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 整理 资源来源网络(https://www.kuaiwen.net)” 唐山一中高二年级2016年9月份调研考试 英语试卷 命题人:卢凤玺 说明: 1.考试时间120分钟,满分150分。2.将卷Ⅰ答案用2B铅笔涂在答题卡上,将卷Ⅱ答案答在答题纸上。3.Ⅱ卷答题纸卷头和答题卡均填涂本次考试的考号,不要误填学号,答题卡占后5位。 卷Ⅰ(选择题 共100分) 第一部分 听力(共两节,满分30分) 做题时,先将答案标在试卷上。录音内容结束后,你将有两分钟的时间将试卷上的答案转涂到答题卡上。 第一节(共5小题;每小题1.5分,满分7.5分) 听下面5段对话。每段对话后有一个小题,从题中所给的A、B、C三个选项中选出最佳选项,并标在试卷的相应位置。听完每段对话后,你都有10秒钟的时间来回答有关小题和阅读下一小题。每段对话仅读一遍。 1. What does the woman really mean? A. He should have it repaired. B. He should clean his watch himself. C. He should set it from time to time. 2. How will the weather be this afternoon according to the weatherman? A. Sunny. B. Windy. C. Rainy. 3. How did Margaret go to Los Angeles? A. By air. B. By train. C. By ship. 4. What do we know about the man’s mother? A. She is undergoing an operation. B. She is recovering in hospital. C. She has recovered at home. 5. What can we infer from the talk? A. Julia shouldn’t marry Andrew. B. Julia has married Andrew. C. Julia was the man’s girlfriend. 第二节(共15小题;每小题1.5分,满分22.5分) 听下面5段对话或独白。每段对话或独白后有几个小题,从题中所给的A、B、C三个选项中选出最佳选项,并标在试卷的相应位置。听每段对话或独白前,你将有时间阅读各个小题,每小题5秒钟;听完后,各小题将给出5秒钟的作答时间。每段对话或独白读两遍。 听第6段材料,回答第6至8题。 6. What is the entrance charge? A. About £35. B. About £100. C. About £135. 7. When does the conversation take place? A. In the morning. B. In the afternoon. C. In the evening. 8. Which room is the resident living in? A. Room 634. B. Room 346. C. Room 436. 听第7段材料,回答第9至11题。 9. What is the probable relationship of the two speakers? A. Friends. B. Teacher and student. C. Job interviewer and interviewee. 10. What do we know from the talk? A. The woman can’t write French. B. The woman can write German. C. The woman can not only speak French but also write it. 11. What does the man think of Chinese? A. It’s difficult. B. It’s easy. C. It is the same as German. 听第8段材料,回答第12至14题。 12. Who has just moved into the new house? A. Miss Fang. B. The man. C. The two speakers. 13. When will the party end? A. This Saturday morning. B. This Saturday evening. C. This Sunday morning. 14. How long will the party last? A. Four hours. B. Five hours. C. Six hours. 听第9段材料,回答第15至17题。 15. Which leather wallet is cheaper? A. The brown one. B. The black one. C. The blue one. 16. Why doesn’t the girl want to take the brown wallet? A. There isn’t a place to put pictures. B. It’s too expensive. C. She doesn’t like its color. 17. What does the woman buy for her father in the end? A. A black wallet. B. A brown wallet. C. A tie. 听第10段材料,回答第18至20题。 18. Why do some people abuse drugs? A. To feel good. B. To regain their memory. C. To be different from others. 19. According to the passage, what is the best way to stop friends from abusing drugs? A. To help solve these psychological problems. B. To send them to the hospital. C. To make them know it’s harmful. 20. What are the findings of the studies about heavy drug users? A. They are likely to feel guilty. B. They are mostly from broken families. C. They need care and love. 第二部分 阅读理解 (共两节,满分40分) 第一节 (共15小题;每小题2分,满分30分) 阅读下列短文,从每题所给的四个选项 (A 、B 、C 和 D )中,选出最佳选项。 A When Julie Jones and Caroline Atkin were schoolgirls, they promised to be best friends for ever. Years later, Caroline died from a brain tumor at the age of 45, leaving five children. In her last weeks, she asked Julie to raise the children as her own. Julie, a single mother of three with a small income, didn’t hesitate. “I held her in my arms and said ‘You’ll be OK’, but I knew I was losing her.” She says. “The hospital rang me and I rushed there, but Caroline had just gone,” she says. “I went to her house. The children arrived home from school in a taxi and I gathered them in my arms and said: ‘Mommy has gone to Heaven.’” “Michael, who was 11, left the room. Kieran, ten, sat in great surprise; James, nine, broke down; while Emma, seven, and Chantelle, five uneasy. I brought them home.” Julie, mother of Adam, 20, Peter, 19, and 14-year-old Christian, moved the table from her dining room to turn it into an extra bedroom for the girls. She says “I put a tent up in the garden, and the children took turns to camp outside. We turned into a game. The children were terribly hurt by losing both their parents. But now, despite our lack of space and money, we have become one happy family.” The table in the kitchen is so small that Julie had to cook Christmas dinner in two sittings. Her eldest son has left for university and his bedroom is used by the younger boys. Julie had to work 50 hours a week and runs the home on her salary. “The children aren’t quiet anymore. The house is filled with screams and shouts and laughter.” she says. “They say ‘Julie, you make us so happy,’ but the truth is that they’re the ones who make me happy. I’m not extraordinary. I’m just a mum.” 21. What can we know about Julie from the text? A. She had lived a rich life before the adoption. B. She promised to adopt Caroline’s children as a schoolgirl. C. She blamed Caroline’s husband for taking no responsibility. D. She had to work very hard to support the large family. 22. Which one is NOT what Julie did to support the large family? A. Using the dining room as a bedroom. B. Putting a tent up in the garden. C. Persuading her eldest son to leave for university. D. Cooking Christmas dinner in two sittings. 23. From the last paragraph, we can know that Julie is _______ . A. annoyed B. tired C. modest D. energetic 24. What would be the best title for the text? A. A mother to five orphans B. Five lucky children C. Caroline’s death D. Troubles of raising children B Here are some of the best places you can visit in 2015. Find your favorite and put on your travel list. Washington, DC Attraction: History in the making From the Washington Monument and John F. Kennedy Center all the way to Capitol Hill, the vigor (活力) of the US’ capital city is just as strong as in real life as it is in House of Cards. The year 2015 marks the 150th anniversary of Abraham Lincoln’s famous assassination (暗杀), and a series of special events will be held to remember the occasion. Lincoln’s famous top hat, the gun that fired the deadly shot, and other things from that fateful day will be on display. Milan, Italy Attraction: A cradle of fine dining and culture If you are a gastronome (美食家), don’t miss Milan in 2015. Expo 2015 will be held between May and October, and the focus is on food. The 1.1-square-kilometer grounds will be laid out like a classical Roman city, with beautiful streets, a canal and a huge lake. You can explore the food district, wander a square full of street musicians and dance performers, or enjoy nighttime wine-tasting. Salisbury, UK Attraction: The Magna Carta’s 800th anniversary For too long Salisbury has been considered a short stop on the way to Stonehenge. But 2015 is set to be the year visitors stay in this city as it marks the 800th anniversary of the Magna Carta, which limited royal power and established the rights of common people. The highlight for the celebrations will be Salisbury Cathedral, whose Chapter House holds the Magna Carta. A brand new exhibition will open in the Chapter House, alongside many talks and a flower festival. 25. Why did the author mention House of Cards in the second paragraph? A. To arouse readers’ interest in reading the text. B. To indicate that the anniversary Lincoln’s assassination is important. C. To stress that the vigor of Washington, DC is strong. D. To show that Washington, DC has a long history. 26. In which year was Lincoln assassinated? A. 1864 B. 1865 C. 1866 D. 1867 27. What can a visitor mostly probably do in Salisbury? A. Buy Lincoln’s famous hat. B. Explore the food district. C. Watch wonderful dance performance. D. See the original copy of the Magna Carta. C Happy birthday! Do birthdays really make people happy? Of course they do. Birthdays celebrate the day we were born. Besides, that extra candle on the cake suggests another year of growth and maturity—or so we hope. We all like to imagine that we’re getting wiser and not just older. Most of us enjoy seeing the miracle of growth in others, as well. For instance, seeing our children develop and learn new things makes us feel proud. For Americans, like people in most cultures, growing up is a wonderful process. But growing old? That’s a different story. Growing old is not exactly pleasant for people in youth-oriented American culture. Most Americans like to look young, act young and feel young. As the old saying goes, “You’re as young as you feel.” Older people joke about how many years young they are, rather than how many years old. People in some countries value the aged as a source of experience and wisdom. But Americans seem to favor those that are young, or at least “young at heart”. Many older Americans find the “golden years” to be anything but golden. Economically, “senior citizens” often struggle just to get by. Retirement at age 65 brings a sharp decrease in personal income. Social security benefits usually cannot make up the difference. Older people may suffer from poor nutrition, medical care and housing. Some even experience age discrimination (歧视). In 1987, American sociologist Pat Moore dressed up like an older person and wandered city streets. She was often treated rudely—even cheated and robbed. However, dressed as a young person, she received much more respect. Unfortunately, the elderly population in America is increasing fast. Why? People are living together. Fewer babies are being born. And middle-aged “baby boomers” are rapidly entering the groups of the elderly. America may soon be a place where wrinkles (皱纹) are “in”. Marketing experts are already noticing this group of consumers (消费者). 28. The main idea of the third paragraph is________. A. the golden years can make the old earn lots of money B. many old people in America are leading a hard life C. the old in America have to retire at the age of 65 D. American social security benefits are not good 29. From the last paragraph we know that the underlined word “in” can be replaced by________. A. serious B. bad C. disappearing slowly D. growing fast 30. From this passage we can know________. A. in America, growing up is not a wonderful process B. in America, growing up is as wonderful a process as growing old C. in America, growing up is a wonderful process, while growing old is not D. in America, growing old is a wonderful process, while growing up is not 31. What should be mentioned in the following paragraph? A. The public will change their attitude towards old people. B. People will provide more services to the old in their communities. C. Companies will soon produce more goods for old Americans. D. The government will pass laws to ensure the benefits of the people. D T o many web-building spiders, most of whom are nearly blind, the web is their essential window on the world: their means of communicating, capturing prey (猎物), meeting mates and protecting themselves. A web-building spider without its web is like a man cast away on an island of solid rock, totally out of touch and destined to starve to death. So important is the web to an orb-web spider’s survival that the animal will continue to construct new webs daily even if it is being starved. For 16 days the starving spider builds completely normal webs. Then, as the animal gets scrawnier (憔悴的), it constructs a wider-meshed web using fewer strands (线). Such webs would only trap larger prey, which is more economical from the perspective of a starving spider. The spider stores energy by recycling web protein. It simply eats its own web each evening and re-uses it to produce new silk. In studies with radioactively labeled materials, it was found that 95 percent of web protein reappears in the next day’s web. Most of the energy needed for web-building is used in walking over the strands as they are laid down. Scientists are impressed by the adaptability(适应能力) of the spider’s highly preprogrammed brain, which is larger for its size than the brain of any other invertebrate (无脊椎动物). If web-building is interrupted, or if some of the existing strands are destroyed, the spider simply goes back to see where the web is left off and then finished building a normal web. One spider will even finish building the incomplete web of another. 32. What is probably the best title for the passage? A. Secrets of Spiders’ Adaptability B. Importance of Webs to Spiders C. Secrets of the Spiders’ Life D. Spiders’ Highly Preprogrammed Brain 33. According to the passage, which of the following statements is TRUE? A. Web-building spiders have good eyesight. B. One web-building spider usually conducts one web. C. Most spiders will stop conducting webs when hungry. D. Web-building spiders will probably die without their webs. 34. A spider conducts a wider-meshed web when _______. A. it is 16 days old B. it is getting weaker C. it has fewer strands D. it hunts for food 35. A spider’s ability to finish an incomplete web proves that _______. A. it has a highly preprogrammed brain B. it reuses its web protein to reproduce new silk C. the web is everything for a spider D. it is able to rebuild a destroyed web 第二节 (共5小题;每小题2分,满分10分) 根据短文内容,从短文后的选项中选出能填入空白处的最佳选项。选项中有两项为多余选项。 36 This date was the old mid-winter festival in pre-Christmas times, around the time of the longest night and the shortest day. Christmas in the 21st century has many traditions: Christmas trees, cards and presents. Shops can make about 60 percent of their year’s income in the three months before Christmas, so most shops get ready for it in October.  37 The first time this happened was in 1867 when Macy’s famous shop in New York, stayed open until midnight on Christmas Eve. By mid-December, almost every shop and street has a Christmas tree. 38 In the northern countries, winter is cold and dark and most trees are decorated with lights and colored glass balls to give people hope that spring will come.  Father Christmas is known across the world with his white hair, red coat and big bag of toys. Young children are told that he lives in the north of Finland and makes toys for them. 39     On Christmas Day a traditional meal is eaten, usually a turkey and a rich, spicy cake. Some people hate Christmas.  40 They love seeing family and friends; they also love the traditions. Love it or hate it, Christmas is a time to look back over the old year and forward to the new one. A. This tradition was started by the Germans as early as 700 AD. B. Believe it or not. C. Since about 400 AD, Christmas Day has been celebrated. D. Others feel it is a magical and exciting time. E. The shopping centers are beautifully decorated and stay open late at night. F. It was really beautiful indeed. G. By tradition, he brings the toys to children at night, on the night before Christmas. 第三部分 英语知识运用(满分30分) 第一节 完形填空(共20小题;每小题1.5分,满分30分) 阅读下面短文,从短文后各题所给的四个选项(A、B、C和D)中,选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 Recently I understood the true meaning of love. The 41 was Kane, my neighbor Joline’s two-year-old son. Kane was born with a physical problem on his 42 . And I witnessed the 43 that Kane’s physical  shortcomings  had on his family. I also witnessed much  more than  that. I saw a 44 family that embraced (拥抱) this special child. A family that wouldn’t allow Kane to know he was  45 . Joline had constructed a small cart just a few inches off the floor for his son to 46 . Kane used his hands to move about, and the cart  47 him to “go to” any place just as everyone else was able to do. Kane was not just a member of the family, but the  48  of the family. With a wide smile, it was easy to see that even at the age of two, Kane liked to 49 with people very much. With wisdom of an individual, this boy even 50 the most complex of human emotions. Later I came to   51 that this child was sent to help some of us who weren’t just getting what love was all about. Kane demanded attention, 52 not because of his mobility (移动能力) challenges or other apparent shortcomings. In his mind, he had no 53  or shortcomings. The 54 was that he received attention because he was alive and real and had so much to offer. Kane 55 me in a deep way. His ability to refuse to be different has 56 me. Kane was and is 57 lots of warm and powerful energy to me. From him and his family I learnt the 58 : love surpasses (超越) all things. I can only imagine that as the parent of a child like Kane one might be filled with 59  . But I believe that having a child like Kane is actually a(n) 60  . The parents of such special babies are angels too, just as the babies are. 41. A. problem B. reason C. matter D. pressure 42. A. hands B. eyes C. legs D. arms 43. A. effect B. comment C. demand D. look 44. A. similar B. wonderful C. practical D. fair 45. A. irregular B. difficult C. different D. terrible 46. A. go ahead B. speed up C. turn out D. get around 47. A. invited B. allowed C. advised D. caused 48. A. symbol B. signal C. center D. mark 49. A. communicate	B. compare C. agree D. compete 50. A. reminded B. understood C. discovered D. trusted 51. A. recognize B. experience C. imagine D. realize 52. A. and B. or C. but D. as 53. A. challenges B. expectations	C.promises D. chances 54. A. goal B. result C. possibility D. truth 55. A. touched B. stopped C. caught D. kept 56. A. puzzled B. shocked C. amused D. inspired 57. A. even B. yet C. still D. almost 58. A. lesson B. subject C. notice D. skill 59. A. excitement B. determination	C. anger D. anxiety 60. A. ability B. advantage C. problem D. exception 卷Ⅱ(非选择题 共50分) 注意: 将答案写在答题纸上。写在本试卷上无效。 第三部分 英语知识运用 第二节 语法填空(共10小题,每小题1.5分,满分15分) 阅读下面材料,在空白处填入适当的内容(1个单词)或括号内单词的正确形式。 Helen and I usually meet in a supermarket café. We usually arrive some time in the last hour 61 the café closes. Then the service is not as good, with the staff far more concerned about tidying up so that they can get away 62 (quick). Yesterday evening there was one young guy behind the counter. Even though he had lots of things to do, he took the time 63 (talk) and made sure we had everything we wanted. So we decided to leave him 64 tip. I left the cash among the plates and told him how much we 65 (enjoy) the meal. He seemed genuinely pleased. But a couple of seconds later he rushed after me with the cash. I told him it was 66 . He said they weren’t allowed to take tips and then he 67 (apology). Then I realized he was trying to do the right thing. 68 (see) me hesitate, he said, “You could put it into the charity box over there if you like.” It was really nice to meet the young man in the café, 69 was so helpful, honest and considerate. Not only did he do a good job, but he helped some poor children 70 the tip he should have had! 第四部分 写作 (共两节,满分35分). 第一节 短文改错(共10小题;每小题1分,满分10分) 下列各句中每句有一处错。每处错误仅涉及一个单词的增加、删除或修改。 增加:在缺词处加一个漏字符号(∧), 并在其下面写出该加的词。 删除:把多余的词用斜线(\)划掉。 修改:在错的词下画划一横线, 并在该词下面写出修改后的词。 注意:每处错误及其修改均仅限一词。 Nowadays, the computer technology develops very fast that the Internet has become more and more popular. Some students regarded it as a great helper. Because there has a lot of information on line, so you can surf the Internet for any information you need in a short time without working hard in the library. This is also very convenient to talk with others by using the Internet. Moreover, other students think that there is some information on line which is not good for students. In addition, spend too much time playing games will not only have a bad effect on their studies but also do harm for health. Therefore, we should make properly use of the Internet. It is of great important to separate good plants from wild weeds. 第二节 书面表达(25分) 假如你叫李平,你的美国笔友Tom来信询问你十一假期过的怎样。请根据表格中信息给他回信,说明你在十一假期中的活动和理由。 活动 理由 休息 学习紧张,缺少锻炼和休息 看望乡下的祖父母 帮助他们做点家务,并给他们谈了身边的 新鲜事 和朋友进行短途旅游 欣赏大自然,呼吸新鲜空气 注意:词数100左右。 听力原文 第一节 (Text 1) M: My watch runs slow for an hour every day. What should I do? W: Maybe you need to go to a watch shop. (Text 2) W: Jack, take this raincoat with you. M: Why? It’s a fine day, isn’t it? W: Yes, but the weatherman said it’s going to rain this afternoon. (Text 3) W: Did you hear that Margaret’s plane is caught in snow in Los Angeles? M: We suggested that she take a train but she wouldn’t listen. (Text 4) W: How was your mother feeling these days? M: Much better. Thanks. She should be coming home in a few days. The operation was a success and the doctor said she would recover in no time. (Text 5) W: What’s up? M: Julia wants to get married. W: Hey, that’s great! M: No, it isn’t. She wants to marry the guy from Edinburgh—Andrew. W: I guess, you’ll have to find another girlfriend. 第二节 (Text 6) W: And what seems to be the trouble, sir? M: They don’t want me to go into the night club. W: Well, I’m afraid there is an entrance charge, sir? M: But I am a resident! I live in Room 634. W: I’m very sorry, sir, but you see it is something of a special evening. Our guest star this evening is Sammy Davie Junior and I’m afraid that the tickets do cost $100 each. I could see if there were any left if you would like one. We generally try to keep a few back for the residents. M: Good Gosh. That’s nearly 35 pounds. No, on second thought, I don’t think I’ll bother. Could you have them send up a bottle of Scotch to my room? I’ll entertain myself instead. W: Very good, sir. That is Room 634, isn’t it? (Text 7) M: Grace, how many languages do you speak besides English? W: I speak French. M: Ah, how well do you speak it? W: Very well. I can write it, too. M: Any other languages? W: I can speak a little German. But I can’t write it at all. M: A little German. Can’t write. That’s it? W: Yes. M: And you want to join our beginners’ class in Chinese? W: Yes, very much. M: Well, it’s not going to be easy, you know. It’s very different from English, French or German. W: I know, but I want to try it. (Text 8) M: Listen, Fang. I’m phoning because I want to invite you to a party at our new house. W: New house? M: Yes. We’ve just moved. That’s why we’re giving this party. We know you’ve very busy but we’d love you to come. W: Yes. I’d love to. When is it? M: This Saturday evening. W: Well… I’ll have a test next Monday and an article to hand in on Tuesday. Will the party go on very late? M: Until one in the morning. But you don’t have to stay that long. What about it? W: All right. I’ll come. When does the party start? M: Come at any time after eight. W: Good. I’m looking forward to seeing you again. (Text 9) M: Hi, young lady, can I help you? W: Well… yeah. I’m looking for a Father’s Day gift. M: Okay. How about getting your father a new wallet? W: Hmm… how much is that wallet? M: Huh… which one? W: The brown one. M: Oh. It’s only $30.95. W: Huh? That’s too expensive for me. Do you have a cheaper one? M: Hmm. How about this black leather one? W: Umm… I don’t think my father will like the design on the outside, and it doesn’t have a place to put pictures. How much is it anyway? M: It’s $24.99. W: Hmm. I don’t have that much money. M: Okay. How much do you have to spend? W: I’m not sure. Probably about ten dollars or so. I’ve been helping my mom around the house for the past week to earn some money. That is all I have. M: Hmm. How about this tie? W: That’s really pretty, but the price tag says $15.99, and I know I don’t have that much. M: Well, let’s say the tie just went on sale. How about $8.00. What do you say? W: Oh, thanks, I’ll take it. (Text 10) M: The first step to stop drug abuse is to know why people start to use drugs. The reasons people abuse drugs are as different as people are from one to another. But there seems to be a common reason: people seem to take drugs to change the way they feel. They want to feel better or feel happy or feel nothing. Sometimes, they want to forget or to remember. People often feel better about themselves when they are under the influence of drugs. But the effects don’t last long. Drugs don’t solve problems. After a while, people who miss drugs may feel worse about themselves, and they may use more drugs. If someone you know is using or abusing drugs, you can help. The most important part you can play is to be there. You can let your friend know that you care. You can listen and try to solve the problem behind your friend’s need to use drugs. Two people together can often solve a problem that seems too big for one person alone. Studies of heavy users in the United States show that they felt unloved and unwanted. They didn’t have close friends to talk to. When you or your friends take the time to care for each other, you’re all helping to stop drug abuse. After all, what is a friend for? 英语试卷参考答案 听力 1—5 ACABC 6 —10 ACABC 11—15 ABCBB 16—20 BCAAC 阅读理解 21—24 DCCA 25—27 CBD 28—31 BDCC 32—35 BDBA 36—40 C E A G D 完形填空 41—45 BCABC 46—50 DBCAB 51—-55 DCADA 56—60 DCADB 语法填空 61. before 62. quickly 63. to talk 64. a 65. had enjoyed 66. his 67. apologized 68. Seeing 69. who 70. with 短文改错 Nowadays, the computer technology develops very fast that the Internet has become more so and more popular. Some students regarded it as a great helper. Because there has a lot of regard is i nformation on line, so you can surf the Internet for any information you need in a short time without working hard in the library. This is also very convenient to talk with others by It using the Internet. Moreover, other students think that there is some information on line However which is not good for students. In addition, spend too much time playing games will not spending only have a bad effect on their studies but also do harm for health. Therefore, we should to make properly use of the Internet. It is of great important to separate good plants from proper importance wild weeds. 书面表达 Dear Tom, I’m very glad to receive your letter. And it’s a pleasure to tell you something about how I spent the National Day holiday. First, I had a good rest because recently I often felt tired as a result of my heavy study burden as well as lack of sleep and physical exercise. Of course, it took me two days to stay with my grandparents living in the countryside and I helped them do some housework and told them what happened to me and my friends. What’s more, I had a trip with my friends to appreciate the beauty of nature and breathe fresh air. What did you do in your holiday? I’m looking forward to hearing from you. Best wishes! Yours, Li Ping 资源来源网络,https://www.kuaiwen.net 资源来源网络,https://www.kuaiwen.net ·13· 
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