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 整理 资源来源网络(https://www.kuaiwen.net)” 玉溪一中2016—2017学年上学期期中考试 高二英语试题 命题人:陈文平 本试卷分第一卷(选择题)和第二卷(非选择题)两部分。第一卷第1页至第8页。第二卷第9页至第10页。满分150分,考试时间120分钟。 注意事项: 1.答题前,考生在答题卡上务必用黑色或蓝色钢笔将自己的姓名、考号填写清楚。 2.每小题选出答案后,用2B铅笔把答题卡上对应题目的答案标号涂黑,如需改动,用橡皮擦干净后,再选涂其他答案标号,在试题卷上作答无效。 第一卷 选择题(三部分,共100分) 第一部分:听力理解(共两节,满分30分) 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 was the man looking for? A. Black leather shoes. B. Work boots. C. Running shoes. 2. What do we know about the man? A. He dialed the wrong number. B. He was looking for Philips. C. He invited the woman to have ice cream. 3. What does the woman ask the boy to do? A. Turn off the TV in five minutes. B. Wash his hands upstairs. C. Sit down for dinner right away. 4. How old might the man be? A. In his teens. B. In his early twenties. C. In his thirties. 5. What does the woman mean? A. She will bring the man a free drink. B. The man’s waiter will be there soon. C. She will take the man’s food order right away. 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秒钟的做答时间。每段对话或独白读两遍。 听第6段材料,回答第6至7题。 6. Where might the woman usually study? A. At the library. B. At home. C. In the lab. 7. What does the man imply about the woman? A. Her exams are very easy. B. She has less work to do than he does. C. She should take her studies more seriously. 听第7段材料,回答第8至10题。 8. What does the woman want to drink? A. Coke. B. Black coffee. C. Tea made from flowers. 9. What did the man suggest the woman do? A. Try another café. B. Go to the corner market.	C. Call Room Service. 10. When does the conversation probably take place? A. Late at night. B. In the middle of the day.	C. In the afternoon. 听第8段材料,回答第11至13题。 11. What’s the weather like this morning? A. Windy. B. Rainy. C. Snowy. 12. How does the woman think about the weather report? A. Reliable. B. Unbelievable. C. Changeable. 13. What’s the man’s job probably? A. He’s a lawyer. B. He’s a waiter. C. He’s a travel agent. 听第9段材料,回答第14至17题。 14. What did the man forget to bring? A. His driver’s license.	B. His registration ticket.	C. His ATM card. 15. How much should the man give the woman? A. $250. B. About $500. C. About $200. 16. How will the man pay? A. In cash. B. With a credit card. C. With a personal check. 17. What made the woman change her attitude? A. The man threatened to talk to her boss. B. The man promised to make her life difficult. C. The man started to walk out without paying. 听第10段材料,回答第18至20题。 18. Who is paying for the tree planting event? A. No.1 High School. B. The local government.	C. The city’s environmental group. 19. What do people need in order to participate? A. Tree planting experience.	B. Tree planting tools.	C. A pair of gloves. 20. How many hours does the activity last every day? A. For 4 hours. B. For 6 hours. C. For 10 hours. 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中,选出最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 A Family Camp   Bring your family and join us at Camp Ramah in New England—May 29-31, 2016   Join us at Camp Ramah in New England for Family Camp 2016! Our program will include:   Arts, sports, and nature projects led by top quality instructors.   Many kinds of camp activities (sports, singing, dancing)   Special family activities and programs, as well as separate programs for adults and children of various ages.   Excellent childcare:   Day time childcare for younger children.   Day camp activities for older children.   Night time care for all children.   Rates for the weekend include private cabin accommodations (住宿), childcare, and all activities. Families have a choice of housing options ranging from basic cabins (at no additional costs) to private accommodations such as the Guest House.   If you have any questions about Ramah Family Camp, please email to atdavido@campramahne.org or call 212-678-8953.   Family Camp 2016 Rates   Rates for Family Camp 2016 are:   $200 per adult     $100 per child       Children 2 and under are free   Special 10% discount off the costs for:   Early Bird Registration (登记): Families that register by February 24th.   First Time Campers: Families that are sending a new camper to Camp Ramah in New England during summer 2016.   NOTE: Families can have one 10% discount.   Scholarship is also available.   Optional Housing Upgrades (升级)   During Family Camp we offer many kinds of better accommodations, which are reserved on a first-come first-served basis. 21. At Camp Ramah in New England, children can ________. A. develop a language skill B. build up their bodies C. bring arts created to life D. team up with other classmates 23.How much will a couple with a son aged 1 pay if they join the camp? A. $300. B. $400. C. $500. D. $600. 23.Why are parents probably satisfied if their children join the camp? A. Their kids are under good care the whole day. B. They can save more money during the camp. C. Their kids will learn how to enjoy themselves. D. Their kids will master many life skills. 24.What is the author’s purpose of writing this passage? A. To introduce how to contribute to kids’ summer holidays. B. To share some efficient ways of joining camps. C. To call on more families to join the camp. D. To promote(推销) a big deal. B Settled by the Celts, invaded by the Romans and the Normans, and ruled by the English, Wales’ population has regularly changed over the ages. Wales, particularly South Wales, became a melting pot (熔炉) of European nationalities and cultures. At first workers from England, Ireland and the rural areas of Wales rushed into the coal mines of South Wales. By 1911, workers from Ireland, Italy and Spain had joined the industrial workforce (劳动大军) there. Many of these newcomers were prepared to work for less pay. But during this period, workers, dissatisfied with regular pay cuts, poor safety, returned to the land. In 1891, the rural(乡村) population of Wales was about 616,000 and by 1911 just over 649,000 people lived and worked in these areas. The rural population continues to grow slowly even today. People from richer parts of the UK, particularly southern England, are buying holiday homes in Wales. In some areas this has led to a lack of housing for local people. This, combined with the lack of employment in rural Welsh communities, has started a new movement of people in search of jobs and homes into the towns and cities of Wales and to other parts of the UK and Europe. As so many Welsh people have moved to other countries over the last 200 years, it’s really no surprise that many visitors come to see friends and relatives. These visitors strengthen their links to their land of origin and continue to support the Welsh’s development. During the hot summer days, about 28% of the visitors visit the countryside and nearly 70% visit the seaside. 25. Why was South Wales so attractive to people in the early 20th century? A. Because its coal industry needed a large number of workers. B. Because it was rich in many different kinds of culture. C. Because people could buy holiday homes there. D. Because people could get the highest pay there. 26. What most greatly contributes to the development of tourism in Wales? A. the coal mines B. jobs and homes C. the countryside and the seaside D. immigrants(移民) 27. What would be the best title for the passage? A. Wales, a land with a promising past and future B. Tourism, the main income source of Wales C. Wales, the biggest melting pot of Europe D. Wales, a land with a population on the move C When out of the blue the word lanshouxianggu began trending on Chinese social-networking sites, many internet users were left scratching their heads. Lanshouxianggu literally means blue thin chestnut mushroom but it made no sense to users. In case you are wondering what the whole confusion is about, a company in Shenzhen registered its name as blue thin chestnut mushroom, or lanshouxianggu, on Oct 13. The reference to lanshouxianggu comes from a video clip that went viral where a young man in Nanning, Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, complains to his girlfriend in Chinese but with his strong local accent. In the video, he cries out lanshouxianggu repeatedly in local accent, which in fact means upset (lanshou) and wanna cry (xianggu). His accent and tone was very humorous and swept social media immediately. People photoshopped his sad face on a blue small mushroom image. Some websites with more scientific bent of mind, such as guokr.com, China's premiere popular science website, did discover the fact that blue mushrooms do exist in the nature and were not merely magic of photoshop. lanshouxianggu, or sky blue mushroom is a kind of blue fungus whose stem's diameter is just 5 millimeter. It was first discovered in New Zealand. The country even selected the image of the blue mushroom on its banknote with face value of NZ to show the nature diversity in the country. In 2002, New Zealand post even released a commemorative stamp. And for foodies who want to eat it: no, it is not edible and most species of this kind are poisonous. Leave them alone. 28. lanshouxianggu came from ____. A. New Zealand B. about ten years ago C. a video clip D. a photo 29. When the word lanshouxianggu first appeared on sites, many users felt ______. A. upset B. confused C. interested D. lonely 30. Which of the following statements is not true about lanshouxianggu? A. a blue mushroom will harm us B. lanshouxianggu is originally a company’s name C. It’s popular for a person to set his/ her sad face on a blue small mushroom image D. Media and internet have great influence on a language 31. When an internet user tells you lanshouxianggu, he means _______. A. too sad and want to cry B. blue mushroom C. a local accent D. a stamp from New Zealand D Scientists made a great break through this year in England when the first "test tube" baby was born.The birth was the result of many years of research by doctors.The doctors did the research in groups to help the women who cannot give birth in the normal way. What happened when the baby was born "from a test tube"? Well, the baby did not literally grow in a test tube.The first stage of the process was that the egg from the woman and the sperm from the man were put together in the test tube.After all, the embryo(胚胎) was put into the womb(子宫) of a woman.This process was difficult.But it was successful, so the baby was eventually born, like any other, from a woman, only the woman wasn't the baby's real mother, but a sort of "carrier" of a baby produced by another couple. Obviously, this method is to help to couples who can't have children because of physical problems in the woman.But very difficult moral problems arise in the kind of situation.Take it for instance, a case that happened this year.A couple who wanted a baby advertised for a woman to have a child by the father of the couple.They offered the woman a lot of money.The woman was made pregnant by artificial insemination(人工授精); in this case, the woman "employed" to bear the child was its real mother.When the baby was born, the woman refused to give it back to the couple.But, in the eyes of the law, the woman had a right to keep the children because she was its biological mother. You could argue that we should change the law to deal with this kind of situation.In earlier times, some healthy babies needed to be taken in, because family planning methods were not so effective as they are now.These days, however, most of the children who can be adopted are over six years old, often disabled in some way.So a couple who want a young healthy baby cannot always have one, this is why the "test tube" baby is in demand.But is it normally right to use this method? Should we temper with nature in this way? Even if we change the law, would this be the right step to take ? 32.The birth of the first "test-tube" baby is a great advance _____. A.on medical science B.in birth control C.on the research for babies	D.in the lives of married women 33.When we say a baby was born "from a test-tube", we mean_____ . A.the baby didn't develop in the womb of a woman B.the baby has no biological parents C.the embryo was formed in the test tube D.the baby grew in the test-tube before it was born 34.According to the law, who has right to keep the baby produced by the artificial method? A.The couple who want a baby. B.The biological mother of the child. C.The person who pays the money to the real mother. D.The father who advertises for a biological mother. 35.According to the passage, people need "test-tube baby" because_____ . A.family planning methods are not effective. B.they can't always adopt a young healthy baby C.they are unwilling to adopt a child. D.there are so many babies needing adoption. 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。 My first visit was to a space station considered the most modem in space. Described as an enormous round plate, it spins slowly in space to imitate the pull of the earth's gravity. 36 . First we were guided to one of the latest forms of communication among our space citizens. No more typists working! No more postage or postcodes! 37 . I placed the metal band over my head, cleared my mind, pressed the sending button, thought my message and the next instant it was sent. It was stored on the "thoughtpad" of the receiver. It was quick, efficient and environmentally friendly. Then we went into the "environment area". There was a system where the waste was disposed of using the principles of ecology. A giant machine, always greedy for more, swallowed all the waste available. The rubbish was turned into several grades of useful material, such as "fertilizer" for the fields and "soil" for deserts. 38 . 39 . A group of engineers programmed robots to perform tasks in space. The robots produced goods such as drugs, clothes, furniture, hovering carriages, etc. No waste, no pollution and no environmental damage! However, the companies had to train their representatives to live and work in space settlements. They had to monitor the robots and the production. 40 . My mind began to wander. What job would I do? My motivation increased as I thought of the wonderful world of the future. A. In the exhibition a lot of robots were on show. B. Everything, even plastic bags, was recycled. C. When the goods were ready they're sent back to earth by industrial spaceships. D. Inside was an exhibition of the most up-to-date inventions of the 31 st century. E. Messages were sent using a "thoughtpad" F. Our third stop showed the manufacturing factory on space stations. G. Finally, our dream came true. 第三部分:英语知识运用(共两节,满分45分) 第一节:完形填空(共20小题;每题1.5分,满分30分) 阅读下面短文,从短文后所给的四个选项中,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。 Worried about the time available, Zhang Pingyu had made a list of the sites she wanted to see in London. Her first delight was going to the Tower. It was 41 long ago by the Norman invaders of AD 1066. This solid stone, square tower had remained standing about 42 years. To her great 43 , Zhang Pingyu found the Queen's jewels 44 by special royal soldiers who, on special occasions, were still 45 the four-hundred-year-old uniform of the time of Queen Elizabeth I. There 46 St Paul's Cathedral built after the terrible fire of London in 1666. It looked splendid when first built! Westminster Abbey, too, was very interesting. It 47 statues in memory of dead poets and 48 , such as Shakespeare. Then just as she came out of the abbey, Pingyu heard the famous 49 of the clock, Big Ben, ringing out the hour. She finished the day by 50 the outside of Buckingham Palace, the Queen's house in London. The second day the girl visited Greenwich and saw its old ships and famous 51 that sets the world time. What interested her most was the longitude line. It is an imaginary line 52 the world into the eastern and western halves and is very useful for navigation. It 53 Greenwich, so Pingyu had a photo taken standing on either side of the line. The last day she visited Karl Marx's statue in Highgate Cemetery. It seemed strange that the man who had developed 54 should have lived and died in London. 55 that, but he had worked in the famous reading room of the Library of the British Museum. 56 the library had moved from its original place into another building and the old reading room was __57___. But she was thrilled by so many wonderful 58 from different cultures displayed in the museum. When she saw many visitors enjoying looking at the beautiful old Chinese pots and other objects 59 , she felt very proud of 60 . 41. A. set up B. constructed C. founded D. discovered 42. A. one thousand B. one hundred C. several D. a few 43. A. surprise B. worry C. amaze D. shocking 44. A. kept B. carried C. guarded D. robbed 45. A. dressed B. dressing C. putting on D. wearing 46. A. visited B. followed C. did come D. is 47. A. included B. consisted of C. contained D. existed 48. A. ancients B. experts C. writers D. kings 49. A. sound B. noise C. music D. voice 50. A. observing B. looking at C. noticing D. glaring at 51. A. history B. city C. tower D. clock 52. A. tearing B. cutting C. separating D. dividing 53. A. passed on B. passed by C. passed through	D. passed down 54. A. communism B. culture C. optimism D. economy 55. A. Except B. In addition C. Although D. Besides 56. A. Unluckily B. Sadly C. Suddenly D. Terribly 57. A. gone B. missed C. disappeared D. rebuilt 58. A. statues B. designs C. treasures D. pictures 59. A. under repair B. on the wall C. on sale D. on show 60. A. her country B. London C. the museum D. her trip 第II卷(非选择题,共50分) 第三部分 英语知识运用(共两节,满分45分) 第二节 语法填空(共10小题;每小题1.5分,满分15分) 阅读下面短文,在空白处填入适当的内容(不多于三个单词)或者括号内单词的正确形式。 Jane is a housewife, but 61 (­­­­­delight) to work as an amateur journalist. It is a dilemma between family and work, and it is also 62 (usual) for the News Department to depend on an amateur to cover crimes. But Jane is really gifted. It is admirable that she is seldom accused of 63 (make) mistakes. And, eager to become more professional, she concentrates 64 her job and updates herself now and then. Once she 65 (inform) of a new case, her normal working process is as follows: first, she makes appointments with guilty people for interviews. In order to acquire accurate stories, she usually demands to record 66 they say. Meanwhile, 67 technically good colleague will assist her in taking photographs. Second, she assesses whether they are deliberately hiding the truth. If she is skeptical about their words, she will look into the case 68 (she ). Third, she writes thorough stories ahead of the deadline and submits them to the senior chief editor, 69 polishes and approves every section. Finally, her stories will be published in different 70 (edit) of their magazine. 第四部分 写作(共两节 ,满分35分) 短文改错(共10小题,每小题1分,满分10分) 假定英语课上老师要求同桌之间交换修改作文,请你修改你同桌的作文如下。文中共有10处语言错误,每句中最多有两处。每处错误仅涉及一个单词的增加、删除或者修改。 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:在错的词下划一横线,并在该词下面写出修改后的词。 注意:1.每处错误及其修改均仅限一词; 2.只允许修改10处,多者(从第11处)不计分。 In 1514 Copernicus showed it private to his friends. The changes he made them to the old theory was revolutionary. He placed a fixing sun at the centre of the solar system with the planets went around it and only the moon still going around the earth. He also held the view which the earth was spinning as it went around the sun and this explained changes in the movement of the planets and in the bright of the stars. His friends were enthusiastic and encourage him to publish his ideas, Copernicus was cautious. He did not want to be attacked by the Christian Church, so he only published it as he lied dying in 1543. 书面表达(满分25分) 假设你是张伟,请就“现在越来越多的人购买汽车”给报社编辑写一封信,发表观点。 要点: 1.原因(至少2个理由) 2.带来的问题(至少2方面) 3.个人建议 注意:1、词数:100左右 ; 2、开头已为你写好; 3、可适当增加细节,以使行文连贯。 To Whom It May Concern,     Nowadays, there are more and more people planning to buy their own cars. Yours truly, Zhang Wei 玉溪一中2016—2017学年上学期期中考试 高二英语参考答案 听力 1-5 CABCA 6-10 BBCCA 11-15 CBCBC 16-20 AABCB 阅读 21-24 BBAC 25-27 ACD 28-31 CBBA 32-35 ACBB 36-40 DEBFC 完型填空: 41-45 BAACD 46-50 BCCAB 51-55 DDCAD 56-60 BACDA 语法填空: 61. delighted 62. unusual 63. making 64. on 65. is informed 66. what/ all (that)/ everything (that) 67. a 68. herself 69. who 70. editions 短文改错: In 1514 Copernicus showed it private to his friends. The changes he made them to privately / the old theory was revolutionary. He placed a fixing sun at the centre of the solar were fixed system with the planets went round it and only the moon still going round the earth. going He also held the view which the earth was spinning as it went round the sun and this that explained changes in the movement of the planets and in the bright of the stars. His brightness friends were enthusiastic and encourage him to publish his ideas, ∧ Copernicus encouraged but was cautious. He did not want to be attacked by the Christian Church, so he only published it as he lied dying in 1543. lay 书面表达:    To Whom It May Concern, Nowadays, there are more and more people planning to buy their own cars. The following are my opinions about it. First of all,cars provide us with great convenience so that people can drive every where they want and save a lot of time. Cars are also a very suitable transportation tool for travel. Furthermore,driving cars is much safer than riding bicycles. On the other hand,the increasing number of personal cars causes severe problems,such as air pollution, traffic jams and more accidents.     Therefore,I suggest that maybe the government can control the number of cars by regulations. Yours truly, Zhang Wei 资源来源网络,https://www.kuaiwen.net ·14· 
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