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 整理 资源来源网络(https://www.kuaiwen.net)” 洛阳市第一高级中学月考试卷 高二 英语 命题人: 一、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 What does family mean to you? Could you capture it in a photograph? If so, our great new competition is for you! All you have to do is take a picture that sums up your sense of family life.  The competition will be judged by the RD (Reader’s Digest) team and award-winning photo-grapher Barry Marsden. To get your creative juices flowing, here are two of our regular photographers’ tips for taking great pictures. Pal Hansen The most important thing is to carry a camera around with you at all times. Use manual (手动的) settings as much as possible. Now that everything is digital I’d also say, “Shoot as much as possible,” because it doesn’t cost anything. Michelle McCarron Kids find wonder in the simplest things, so as a photographer it helps to be ready for those moments. The connection across generations is sometimes best captured in a photograph. Frame your subject well. Get close to the action, or your subject, and choose your angle (角度) carefully. A slightly odd angle can make a photo different. HOW TO ENTER ★ Take a clear photo with either a phone or digital camera. Send it to rdphotocomp@readersdigest. co.uk by 5 pm, August 30, 2014. Please include a brief explanation of who’s in the entry (参赛作品). ★There are two categories — one for adults and one for under-18s. ★In the adult category, the winner will receive £500. The under-18 winner will receive £250 of high-street vouchers (代金券) for a store of their choice. Rules: Please make sure that pictures are not published before. If you are under 16 you must ask your parent’s permission to enter this competition. We will use entries in all print and electronic media. We cannot return your entry. Entry is not open to employees of Vivat Direct Ltd (trading as Reader’s Digest) and all other persons associated with this competition, their immediate families, and relatives living in an employee’s household. The judges’ decision is final. 1. What do we know about the photo competition? A. It is designed for readers of RD. B. Entries must be about family. C. Photos must be taken by a camera. D. Pal Hansen is one of its judges. 【来源:全,品…中&高*考+网】 2. To take par t in the competition, one should _____. A. be 18 years old or above B. send in his entry in August   C. ask his family’s permission     D. give a description of his entry 3. According to the text, winners of the competition will _____. A. each win£500  B. get their entries back C. see their pictures published	D. be offered some vouchers B As each semester begins, my colleague greets his students wearing a jacket and tie. “You make only one first impression,” he says. So while the rest of the semester he teaches class in his usual, more casual clothes, the first week he presents a different image. His thought is that students will remember their first meet positively and more readily think highly of him as the semester goes on because that favorable first impression has an influence on them. The sequence (顺序) that we meet matters in how we judge subsequent (后来的) information. The big influence of first impressions is related to the halo effect, where the perception (看法) of positive qualities in one thing or part gives rise to the perception of similar qualities in related things or in the whole. Here is an example: You meet a friendly person at a party and later are asked to collect money for a worthy cause. You call that person because you think she will make a contribution. In reality, there is no connection between being pleasant and being generous. Yet the halo effect leads you to think that the two are related. The halo effect is powerful, but it is questionable whether it matters much in long-term relationships, such as that between teacher and student. While dressing up may make students think the teacher must know his subject matter because he creates a professional first impression, the effect wears thin if the person turns out to be a poor teacher after all. First impressions matter but they don’t have the final word. Facts speak louder. If you had never seen or heard of Einstein, the first time you saw him your impression would most likely be negative. Now his face is connected with genius (天才), not madness because he is the person who has come to define what genius is. The problem is that few of us are Einsteins and we often don’t get the chance to change a negative first impression. 4. The author explains the halo effect mainly by _____. A. giving an example B. making a comparison C. setting down general rules D. following the order of importance 5. In the author’s eyes, the halo effect _____. A. is surprisingly powerful   B. matters more in the long run    C. may affect our judgment of others   D. makes some teachers irresponsible 6. The author uses the example of Einstein to show the importance of _____. A. appearance  B. truth C. impressions    D. fairness 7. The author seems to advise readers _____. A. to mind their first impressions  B. not to judge a book by its cover C. not to follow others’ judgments  D. to pay no attention to the halo effect C The first summer job is often a signal that you’re on your way to adulth ood, and it’s also a method for earning money to pay for what you dream of. It’s never too early to start considering the future. Now, here are some good choices for you! Retail (零售) Sales Retail offers plenty of opportunity for teens who are looking for a job. This type of work can pay from $10 to $15 an hour depending upon the duty you are expected to take on. It can also be great for teens who are friendly and enjoy talking to other people. For more information, call us at 111-222-3333. Food Service A job in the food service industry is a natural fit for sociable teens who enjoy communicating with the public. It allows employees to work as part of a team while learning about following instructions. It also comes with the opportunity to earn between $8 and $10 per hour. Just call 111-222-3533 for more information. Babysitter This job requires someone who is highly responsible. Though it pays generally between $6 and $8 hourly, it also requires a lot of patience. This is a great choice for teens who wish to make a career in teaching, child care, social work or any other field that makes use of social skills or requires interaction with kids. Got a question? Just call 111-222-3336. Housekeeping This type of work can bring in about $5 an hour and it will allow teens to learn responsibility and develop their organizational skills. The summer sees an upswing in the tourism industry, so hotels are often looking for more housekeeping staff, and parks often need more people to assist with keeping public areas clean and organized as well. Telephone: 111-222-3330. 8. How much can you earn at least in two hours as a retailer? A. $10.    B. $12.            C. $16.      D. $20. 9. Which of the following jobs may attract teens who want to be a teacher? A. Retail Sales.     B. Food Service. C. Babysitter.           D. Housekeeping. 10. The underlined part “an upswing” in the last paragraph can best be replaced by “_____”. A. an increase   B. a limit       C. a sign            D. a trick 11. The text is mainly written for teens who _____. A. are faced with communication problems B. want a part-time job in the summer C. dream of becoming a housekeeper D. plan to start their own business D Are internships (实习) valuable work experience or exploitation (剥削) of the young? Sian Beauchamp, 20, is a woman who has done her intern time. She had three weeks’ unpaid work experience at Primark’s marketing head office. Now she has a job in the lingerie department of the same office. Now Sian has her say: Qualifications (资历) are not enough to get a job. Before my internship I had no idea what working in marketing was actually like. There are things you can’t learn unless you’re actually there, and employers expect that in interviews. I wouldn’t be where I am now without doing my unpaid internship. It was part of my degree (学位) at the Fashio n Retail Academy. The course was valuable but there are some things that can’t be done in the classroom. I don’t think all internships need to be paid. I was at Primark to learn, so it was all right that I wasn’t getting a salary — you wouldn’t expec t to be paid at school. The experience was more beneficial for me than it was for Primark. People who worked there were kindly giving up their time to show me what I needed to do and teach me about the industry I was hoping to go into. In the morning they showed me how to do the tasks and in the afternoon I’d try to do them myself. I was doing tasks such as picking products that I thought would be suitable for sending to more stores, placing orders for suppliers and sending products out. 【来源:全,品…中&高*考+网】 At the end I was given a favorable review and the company told me to keep in touch. When I finished my course I applied for two jobs, including one at Primark. The other job interview was discouraging but I felt more comfortable with the one at Primark because it was familiar.  Overall, my experience was positive and helped me get on the path to a job I really enjoy. 12. What is the subject of the text? A. How to apply for an internship.   B. How to prepare for an interview. C. Whether interns should be paid.  D. Why work experience is important. 13. Which of the following can be used to describe Sian’s workmates at Primark? A. Strict.          B. Helpful.           C. Confident.     D. Careful. 【来源:全,品…中&高*考+网】 14. What can we learn about Sian Beauchamp?  A. She is doing unpaid work. B. She now works at Primark. C. She sends products to different stores every day. D. She is taking a course at the Fashion Retail Academy.   15. How did Primark probably feel about Sian’s performance as an intern? A. It caused them a lot of trouble. B. It needed to be improved. C. It was nothing special. D. It was satisfying. 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。 How to maintain a good friendship It’s not easy for everyone to make friends. Once you have f riends, it takes contributions and w ork on both sides to keep the friendship going. In order to maintain a good friendship, you will have to take time to develop your friendship. 【来源:全,品…中&高*考+网】 Work at maintaining a two-way street with your friends. If only one person is attempting to be a good friend, the friendship isn’t going to work. It has to be a partnership where both contribute equally. 16 If you only take and never give, the friendship will fall apart. 17 Don’t stand by and watch your friend make mistakes. If you think your friend is making a mistake, express your concerns. Be honest about how you feel, but be careful not to criticize your friend. Try to avoid fighting and arguing. Naturally there will be times when you disagree with each other, but don’t blow things out of proportion (小题大做). 18 Most situations people argue over aren’t worth ending a good friendship. Never date each other’s boyfriend or girlfriend. This is something that can tear a friendship apart. Friends should have enough love and respect for each other not to do things to hurt each other.  19 Be there for each other through good times and bad times. 20 Give each other room to grow, and give the friendship room to grow. A. Communicate with one another. B. A good friendship is both give and take. C. Speak up in order to protect your friend. D. This includes not dating anyone your friend has dated. E. If you realize that, your friendship will greatly improve. F. Instead, try to talk things over and put the situation to rest. G. Celebrate each other’s successes, and help each other get through failures 语言知识运用(共两节,满分45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。 Most of us have had one of those days when we’ve thought, “Wouldn’t it be nice if I could be a kid again, without all the stress of my job and the pressure to succeed?” 21 did you ever consider that many kids today are feeling a 22 type of stress to that felt by adults? In a 23 that values success, children are forced to grow up too quickly. They are 24 to learn to read and count even before they can walk; to outperform the other kids in their class. This rushed childhood creates too much stress that many experts believe can have 25 effects. Children who suffer the stresses of adulthood will also show the 26 of adulthood. Many children are developing stress-relate d conditions, such as sleep disorders. Suicide (自杀) and depression, once limited to 27 , have found their way into the child’s community. Many parents seek to 28 super kids, making them overly competitive. 29, in their eagerness to bring up an academic prodigy (神童), many parents often raise an underachiever. When these children 30 to live up to their parents’ expectations (which are often unrealistic), the children become so 31 that they cannot perform well. Children are under great pressure when they feel that their performance is connected with the love they 32. They feel very ashamed and sad when they are not 33. These feelings even carry into their adult careers. How do we avoid 34 our children through childhood? Remember that play is an important part of childhood. It is 35 to reduce stress, encourage creativity and experience joy. Parents shouldn’t turn play into work, and they shouldn’t try to 36 children during their play period. Dr. David Elkind, author of The Hurried Child, advises parents to let children be 37 . 38, childhood is an important part of one’s life, and it should be 39 . Kids have the right to a 40, and we shouldn’t push them through this stage. 21. A. If                             B. So                  C. Or                            D. But     22. A. little                         B. similar      C. low                 D. special 23. A. school                      B. team          C. culture            D. program 24. A. pressured                  B. chosen              C. allowed             D. advised  25. A. serious                      B. major         C. direct                D. possible  26. A. difficulties                 B. problems        C. efforts         D. realities   27. A. teachers               B. parents       C. adults                 D. students  28. A. protect                B. meet          C. find                D. create   29. A. Otherwise                  B. However       C. Therefore                  D. Besides    30. A. fail                    B. try                  C. hope        D. have 31. A. puzzled                      B. annoyed     C. discouraged         D. shocked 32. A. show                         B. share         C. lose                       D. receive   33. A. cheerful              B. stressful C. careful            D. successful 34. A. seeing                B. hurrying C. carrying                  D. educating 35. A. needed                     B. agreed       C. repeated                 D. admitted 36. A. help                  B. please        C. teach                     D. refuse 37. A. prodigies                   B. friends          C. learners              D. children     38. A. At most               B. After all    C. In short            D. As usual 39. A. respected                   B. remembered C. changed               D. controlled   40. A. view                  B. childhood   C. nature             D. space  第二节(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(不多于3个单词)或括号内单词的正确形式。 Emma: I met with an online friend yesterday, but he gave me a bad impression. Ivan: Oh, really? He 41. ________ have behaved in an improper way. Emma: Yes. He was nearly an hour late for our  42. ________  (appoint) and made 43.  ________ a poor excuse! By the way, do you think first impressions are important? Ivan: Of course. A good first impression is really important if you want to have a deep friendship with others, 44. ________ many people judge a stranger by their first impression. Emma: So what do you think is the best way to give others a good first impression?【来源:全,品…中&高*考+网】 Ivan: Personally, I believe we at least shouldn’t dress 45. ________ (casual). Besides, I find 46. ________ really crucial to be aware of our gestures. We should also watch each other’s body language all 47. ________ time. That is the first signal 48. ________ we are happy and confident, or ups et and fearful. Emma: And how can we make a good impression on others the first time we meet? Ivan: Be polite and confident. If you are not polite or confident, you 49. ________ leave a good impression with others. Emma: Oh, I have an interview later, and I am worrying about how to make a good impression on the 50. ________ (interview). Your opinions have hel ped me a lot. I believe I will behave properly this afternoon. Ivan: I wish you success! Emma: Thanks! 语法填空(共15小题;每小题1分,满分15分) 用所给词的适当形式填空 1. I didn’t enjoy watching Psycho. It was a(n) (frighten) movie. 2. (seat) at the back as we are, we can’t hear a word. 3. (blame) for her serious mistakes, Alice was in low spirits. 4. The new computer system will meet all our (require). 5. If you try to remember everything, you will end up (remember) nothing. 6. Memory wil l be better if we take the time (need) to store and remember the information. 7. Their IQ is what (determine) how well they are going to do in life. 8. They have a hard time (survive) on the lonely island. 9. After (confirm) that he was right, he continued. 10. She devotes a lot of her time to (care) the neighbours. 11. (speak) of time—I can smell some frying onions. 12. I find it a real battle (be) on my feet all the time like that. 13. The town has many (surround) farms. 14. As long as you are (commit), you can make great progress. 15. You should be (organise) when you work out your plan. 写作(共两节,满分35分) 第一节:单句改错(共15小题;每小题1分,满分15分) 1、Which resources do you t hink you can make use? 2、It is IQ gets you hired but it is EQ that gets you promoted. 3、It is general believed that people with high EQs are open to new ideas. 4、EQ is as important, if not important than IQ. 5、She had a big smile in her face. 6、I signed in relief and agreed to meet her. 7、He couldn’t help laugh at his success. 8、We got along really well and ever then we’ve been best friends. 9、Grandma has got short, grey hairs and clear brown eyes. 10、She never watches TV except the news. 11、The grass is always green on the otherside. 12、Without doubting, he is the best in our school. 13、The speed of change is becoming increasing fast. 14、A sounded knowledge of software design is a must in the future. 15、However I do with my friends, they always support me. 第二节: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,请你修改你同桌写的以下作文。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处起)不计分。 Recently, while camping, I had one of the long nights of my life, and it was all thanks my best friend, Bradley. After tell my friend about my fear of spiders, I was told that the average human who swallows eight spiders per year while sleeping. He told me that for some reason and other, spiders love the warmth of human breath great. So they go down our throat while it’s open, and we have no idea because they are asleep. After hearing that, I was unable to speak, let alone slept. When it was time to go to sleep that night, I couldn’t get the thought out of my minds. The next morning, Bradley finally told me that he is joking about the spiders.  第三节:书面表达(满分25分) 假设你是育才中学的学生李华。你在报纸上看到了某全球连锁超市招聘兼职英语促销员的广告。请你根据下列提示写一封求职信。 1. 简要介绍个人情况; 2. 说明优势:曾在某医院担任过志愿者,具有很强的沟通能力;英语流利、性格外向、易与人相处; 3. 希望得到回复。 注意:1. 词数120左右;2. 可以适当增加细节,以使行文连贯。 _____________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________ 一阅读理解 BDC ACBA DCAB CBBD BCFDG 二完形填空DBCAA  BCDBA     CDDBA          CDCAB  三语法填空must    appointment     up because       casually       it          、the       that       can’t  interviewer 四单句填空frightening Seated Blamed requirements remembering needed determines surviving confirming caring speaking being surrounding committed organized 五单句改错 句后加of IQ后加that general改成generally not后加more in 改成on in 改成with laugh 改成laughing ever后加since hairs改成hair except后加for green改成greener doubting改成doubt increasing改成increasingly sounded改成sound however改成whatever 六短文改错 ... the long nights ...               long → longest ... thanks my best friend ...          thanks后加to After tell my friend ...               tell → telling ... who swallows ...                  去掉who ... reason and other ...               and → or ... human breath great.              great → greatly ... they are asleep.                   they → we ... let alone slept.                    slept → sleep ... out of my minds.                  minds → mind ... he is joking ...                     is → was One possible version: Dear Sir or Madam, I should like to apply for the position of a part-time salesgirl mentioned in your advertisement. I’m a student from Yucai High School. I have excellent communication skills and a passion for customer service. My past experience as a volunteer at the hospital has given me good customer service skills, and has also enabled me to work with all types of people. I can speak English fluently. What’s more, I’m outgoing and I can get along well with others. I would be very grateful if you could give my application careful consideration and offer me an opportunity to attend a personal interview at your convenience. Looking forward to hearing from you soon.                                                                Yours sincerely,                                                                Li Hua 资源来源网络,https://www.kuaiwen.net ·13· 
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