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 整理 资源来源网络(https://www.kuaiwen.net)” 高二下学期期末联考英语试题 本试卷分为第Ⅰ卷(选择题)和第Ⅱ卷(非选择题)两部分。共150分,考试时间120分钟。 第Ⅰ卷(三部分,共115分) 第一部分:听力(共两节, 满分30分) 做题时,先将答案划在试卷上。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 mean? A.she doesn’t need the job. B.She hasn’t got the job yet. C.She has got the job. 2.Where is the conversation taking place? A.In the Great Wall Company B.In the hotel C.On the phone 3.Who hasn’t been to the zoo for a long time? A.The man B.The woman C.Both of them. 4.Which shirt is more beautiful? A.The white one. B.The green one C.The red one. 5.How many people went to Qingdao? A.Seven B.Four C.Five 第二节 (共15小题;每题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,每小题将给出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8三个小题。 6.What kind of sport does the two speakers mention? A.Basket ball B.Football C.Swimming 7.Which words can be best used to describe the hooligans? A.lovely B.Brave C.Annoying 8.What’s the man’s attitude towards the hooligans? A.He thinks they should be comforted. B.He thinks they should be punished. C.He thinks they should be left alone. 听第7段材料,回答第9至第11小题。 9.What’s the man doing? A.Returning some books. B.looking for some a book. C.Writing a research paper. 1 1,3,5 0.What does the woman tell the man? A.To return the due book. B.To refer to the card list. C.To make the use of the computer. 11.If the book is in the library, can computer tell him? A.Yes, it can. B.No, it can’t. C.Computer is out of order. 听第8段材料,回答12至14题。 12.What will Jack’s father receive for his birthday? A.A tape B.A tie C.a shirt 13.What will they do to celebrate Jack’s father’s birthday? A.Have a dinner party at a restaurant. B.Ask someone to cook Chinese food for him. C.Have a special dinner at home. 14.Who is going to do the shopping? A.Jack’s mother B.Jack C.Jack and his mother 听第9段材料,回答15至17题。 听第10段材料,回答18至20题。 18.Who brought up Eric? A.His father. B.His mother.	C.His grandparents. 19.When did Eric start taking drugs? A.After his grandparents died. B.After his marriage failed. C.After hid wife died. 20.Which of the following is true? A.Eric could also write good songs. B.Eric had never attended an art college. C.Eric ended his life by taking drugs. 第二部分:英语知识运用(共两节, 满分45分) 第一节:单项填空(共15小题,每小题1分,满分15分) 从A、B、C、D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。 21..—In my view, education plays a less important role in kids’ growth than parents’ love. --But that’s your opinion. . A. You said it B. I share your opinion C. I beg to differ D. I can’t agree more 22.Rock climbing is ___ great fun. You will get close to ____ nature and take adventures at the same time. A. /; / B. a; / C. a; the D. /; the 23.Simon is very regretful. If he had been more careful, he _____ such a big mistake. A. hasn’t made B. hadn’t made C. won’t have made D. wouldn’t have made 24. His plan _____ when it was put into practice because he had not given enough attention to details. A. broke down B. broke up C. broke out D. broke away 25. It’s based on the idea _____ all people are created equal, _____ is accepted by most people. A. that; that B. which; which	C. which; when D. that; which 26.I know my job isn’t well paid, but ________ I don’t have to work long hours. A. in other words B. on the other hand C. for one thing D. as a matter of fact 27.The human body consists of organs, each ____a definite job to do. A. have B. to have C. has D. having 28.---Why are you so late? ---I was in half the way when it _____to me that I had left my notebook home,so I had to fetch it. A.occurred B.hit C.happened D.reminded 29.Don’t be ________by products promising to make you lose weight quickly. A.taken off B.taken out C.taken away D.taken in 30.What worried the mother most was __________ the Internet after class in this school. A. her son’s not forbidding surfing B. her son’s not being forbidden to surf C. her son’s being not forbidden to surf D. her son’s having not forbidden surfing 31.It is helpful for children to form a good habit by asking them to _____ all the toys after they finish playing. A. put off B. put down C. put away D. put out 32. Seeing the policeman coming, away ____________. A. the thief ran B. were the thief running C. did the thief run D. ran the thief 33. –Mom, what did your doctor say? –He advised me to live ________ the air is fresher. A. in where B. in which C. the place where D. where 34. Having quarreled seriously three times, they have ______ and become best friends again. A. turned up B. put up C. brought up D. made up 35. Every student and every teacher ______. A. are going to attend the meeting B. has attended the meeting C. have attended the meeting D. is attended the meeting 第二节:完形填空(共20小题;每小题1分,满分20分) Last night, my daughter and I printed out Smile Cards and attached a note to each card saying 'Merry Christmas' and 'Have a Happy New Year'. We decided to 36 the cards into part of the a neighborhood tag game, in which cards must be 37 to someone else in the neighborhood with a piece of paper 38 them Happy Holidays too. 36. A. become B. grow C. turn D. exchange 37. A, found out B. hidden away C. thrown off D. passed along 38. A. wishing B. promoting C. providing D. recommending 39. A. published B. delivered C played D. collected 40. A. content B. curious C. anxious D. fantastic 41. A. selecting B. registering C. repairing D. checking 42. A. stopped B. fell C. passed D. sat 43. A. something B. everything C. anything D. nothing 44. A. returned B. showed C. handed D. mentioned 45. A. avoided B. regretted C. tried D. continued 46. A. chance B. present C. wish D. dream 47. A. account B. send C. cook D. prepare 48. A. unfortunately B. unbelievably C. actually D. exactly 49. A. afford B. offer C. keep D. put 50. A. price B. cost C. expense D. income 51. A: picked out B. took out C. turned out D. helped out 52. A. And B. But C. Or D. So 53. A. painful B. generous C. friendly D. good. 54. A. friends B. family C. students D. neighbors 55. A. dinner B. feeling C. gift D. action 第三部分:阅读理解(共20小题,每题2分,满分40分) 阅读下列短文,从每题所给的A、B、C、D四个选项中,选出最佳答案。 A. I began working in journalism(新闻工作) when I was eight. It was my mother’s idea. She wanted me to “make something” of myself, and decided I had better start young if I was to have any chance of keeping up with the competition. With my load of magazines I headed toward Belleville Avenue. The crowds were there. There were two gas stations on the corner of Belleville and Union. For several hours I made myself highly visible, making sure everyone could see me and the heavy black letters on the bag that said THE SATURDAY EVENING POST. When it was supper time, I walked back home. “How many did you sell, my boy?” my mother asked. “None.” “Where did you go?” “The corner of Belleville and Union Avenues.” “What did you do?” “Stood on the corner waiting for somebody to buy a Saturday Evening Post.” “You just stood there?” “Didn’t sell a single one.” “My God, Russell!” Uncle Allen put in, “Well, I’ve decided to take the Post.” I handed him a copy and he paid me a nickel(五分镍币). It was the first nickel I earned. Afterwards my mother taught me how to be a salesman. I would have to ring doorbells, address adults with self-confidence, and persuade them by saying that no one, no matter how poor, could afford to be without the Saturday Evening Post in the home. One day, I told my mother I’d changed my mind. I didn’t want to make a success in the magazine business.“If you think you can change your mind like this,” she replied, “you’ll become a good-for-nothing.” She insisted that, as soon as school was over, I should start ringing doorbells, selling magazines. Whenever I said no, she would scold me. My mother and I had fought this battle almost as long as I could remember. My mother, dissatisfied with my father’s plain workman’s life, determined that I would not grow up like him and his people. But never did she expect that, forty years later, such a successful journalist as me would go back to her husband’s people for true life and love. 56、 Why did the boy start his job young? A.He wanted to be famous in the future. B.The job was quite easy for him. C.His mother had high hopes for him. D.The competition for the job was fierce 57、From the dialogue between the boy and his mother, we learn that the mother was _______. A.excited B.interested C.ashamed D.disappointed 58、What did the mother do when the boy wanted to give up? A.She forced him to continue. B.She punished him. C.She gave him some money. D.She changed her plan. 59、 What does the underlined phrase “this battle” refer to? A.The war between the boy’s parents. B.The arguing between the boy and his mother. C.The quarrel between the boy and his customers. D.The fight between the boy and his father. 60、 What is the text mainly about? A.The early life of a journalist. B.The early success of a journalist. C.The happy childhood of the writer. D.The important role of the writer in his family. B. All parents know that one of their most important tasks is to prepare their children for an independent life, but any parent can tell you that it’s hard to let go of your children. That balance between keeping your children safe and allowing them to learn from their own mistakes can be heartbreaking. Years of experience means that parents often do know best, but on the other hand, the young, being less bound by tradition, are often more creative, more able to find new solutions to old problems. Revolutions are led by the young. Good teachers make the growth of critical (批判性的) thinking easier in their students, only to find that this can lead to a questioning of the teachers’ basic beliefs. Schools encourage parents to become involved, but are often embarrassed when parents have reservations about some of the educational methods being used. Governments encourage unimportant groups to empower themselves in order to participate fully in the development process. And they are often surprised when the new leaders of these groups turn around and attack the policies of that same government. The rebellions (叛逆的)young and the newly unimportant groups are important in social development. They are not necessarily representatives of those they want to represent or not realistic in their demands, but their voices must be heard. Good parents know that just forbidding particular behaviors does not prevent their children from finding ways to engage in these forbidden activities. Indeed, sometimes the forbidden fruit is more inviting, just because it is not accepted by authority. Parents must work with their children to educate them on the facts, know as much as possible about the lives of their children, provide a good example, encourage more wholesome activities but also support their children when they don’t follow what is expected of them. But the most important point is that they also need to learn how to let go. 61、By saying “Revolutions are led by the young”, the author indicates that young people are more_____. A.creative B.realistic C.conventional D.heartbreaking 62、 From the second paragraph we know         . A.teachers’ basic beliefs should be questioned by students B.schools encourage parents to question their education methods C.the government is satisfied with the new leaders’ attack on the policies D.the voice of the rebellious young should be heard by the government 63、 In order to educate children well, parents should          . A.forbid particular behaviors in their daily life B.know them well and set a good example to them C.educate them with facts and expect much of them D.know as much as possible as their children 64、  From the passage we can learn that the author prefers         . A.free parenting B.traditional parenting C.smart parenting D.critical parenting 65、 What is the best title of the passage? A.Letting Go – for Children’s Independent Life B.Parents’ Tasks – in Children’s Development C.Way of Growth – for the Young Groups D.Teaching Methods – for Teachers and Schools C. An allowance(零花钱) is an important tool for teaching kids how to make plans for the use of money, save and make their own decisions. Children remem­ber and learn from mistakes when their own dollars are lost or spent foolishly. How large an allowance is suitable? Experts say there is not right amount. Actual amounts differ from region to re­gion, and from family to family. To set an suitable allowance for your child, work up a weekly plan. Allow for entertainment costs such as movies and snacks. Next, include everyday expenses such as lunch money, bus fare, school supplies. "If you make the child responsible for these bills’," says Josephine Swanson, a consumer specialist, " he or she will learn to plan for nec­essary costs." Finally, add some extra money to make saving possible. If you can keep your child’s allowance in line with that of his friends. A child whose buying power falls away below his peers’ can feel left out. It can be tough, but don’t excuse your children when they make a mistake with their allowance. When Brooke Ste­phens was ten and growing up in Jacksonville, her mother gave her $5 a week, $1.75 of which was for bus fare and lunch." If you lose your money," Brooke’s mother told her, "you walk home." One week the girl spent all her allowance in a candy store, then she called home for a ride. " Mom made me walk home," recalls Stephens, now a financial planner in Brook­lyn. " At first I was angry. But I finally realized that she was trying to teach me an important lesson. " Experts advise that an allowance should not be tied di­rectly to a child’s daily housework at home. Kids should help around the house not because they get paid for it but because they share responsibilities as members of a family. You might, however, pay a child for doing extra jobs at home, which can develop his or her early habits. 66、Which of the following is the possible title of the passage? A.How to develop a child’s early habits. B.How to work up an amount of pocket money. C.How to teach a child about money. D.How to teach a child to save money. 67、 It can be inferred from the passage that if a child is given an allowance, he or she may ________. A.spend all the money very soon B.fall into the bad habit of wasting money C.feel responsible and careful about money D.lose the money and can not return home 68、 In Paragraph 4, the words “his peers” refer to ________. A.his parents B.his friends C.his financial experts D.his teachers 69、 Why does the writer mention Brooke Stephens? A.To question the opinion about pocket money. B.To compare Stephens with other financial experts. C.To explain that parents should be strict when children are developing good habits about money. D.To suggest pocket money is useless in developing a child’s sense of responsibility. 70、 The writer implies in the passage that ________. A.children may feel lonely if they have no pocket money B .a child’s early good habits can be developed if he or she is paid for all the housework C.paying children for their housework is no good D.children may learn to put aside some money if they are given a great amount of pocket money D. The expression means being afraid to do something you have decided to do. For example, you agree to be president of an organization. But then you learn that all the other officers have resigned. All the work of the organization will be your responsibility. You are likely to get cold feet about being the president when you understand the situation. Cold can also affect your shoulder. You give someone the cold shoulder when you refuse to speak to them. You treat them in a distant and cold way. The expression probably comes from the physical act of turning your back toward someone, instead of speaking to him face-to-face. You may give a cold shoulder to a friend who has not kept a promise he made to you, or to someone who has lied about you to others. A cold fish is not a fish. It is a person. But it is a person who is unfriendly, unemotional and shows no love or warmth. A cold fish does not offer much of himself to anyone. Out in the cold is an expression often heard. It means not getting something that everybody else got. A person might say that everybody but him got a pay raise, and that he was left out in the cold. And it is not a pleasant place to be. 71、The passage is intended to tell us that ______ . A.cold weather has a great effect on human bodies B.many English expressions contain the word “cold” C.cold is a word closely linked with human emotions D.the word “cold” has many different meanings in English 72、The underlined word “brutal” in Paragraph 1 most probably means “______”. A.impolite B.illegal C.cruel D.extreme 73、Which of the following expressions can best describe a person who is unwilling to offer anything to others? A.Cold-blooded. B.To get cold feet. C.A cold shoulder. D.A cold fish. 74、You can say Tom ______ if the teacher gives all the boys except him a pen as a prize. A.is given the cold shoulder B.is left out in the cold C.has got cold feet D.is murdered by a cold-blooded killer 75、We can draw a conclusion from the passage that ______ . A.all the expressions containing the word “cold” have a negative meaning B.all the expressions containing the word “cold” have something to do with cold C.people who show no human emotions or feelings have cold blood D.many parts of the human body can be badly affected by cold 第‖卷(二部分,共35分)  第一节:阅读表达        阅读下面文章,然后根据要求完成后面问题。 [1]Everyone makes mistakes. How do you react when a family member, friend, or a classmate makes a mistake? Some of us may shout out , complain, or punish. Unfortunately, these reactions to mistakes sometimes greatly hurt both sides. In fact, there is a better way to deal with a mistake. [2]Reframe(重组) "MISTAKE": Change "MISTAKE" into "MIS-TAKE." Doesn't that have a different feeling? Therefore, a mistake is not so bad as expected. We can learn from it and it is likely to lead to success in the end. [3]Use mistakes as an opportunity for learning. Most of us want to hide our mistakes, but we may be more willing to share our "MIS-TAKES" and let others learn from them. Either an individual or a family can benefit by openly recognizing and correcting mistakes, rather than pretending that they didn't happen. In fact, a mistake, if corrected quickly and in a creative way, can become ___________for learning. [4]Think of mistakes as opportunities to prove yourself. A mistake becomes an opportunity to create a close friend or customer. For example, in business, studies show that one of the things all customers want is recovery when the organization has made a mistake. They want us to apologize sincerely. With creative thinking, we can make them satisfied with the way we deal with a mistake. [5] We have learned to allow people around us to make mistakes. Now give them “protection” when they make a mistake. If you give people both permission and protection, you will get along well with them. Show them how they can turn a mistake into learning something about themselves so they don’t make the same mistake again. 76. What is the passage mainly about? (no more than 10 words) ___________________________________________________________ 77. What does the underlined word “it” in Paragraph 2 probably refer to? (no more than 3 words) ___________________________________________________________ 78. Fill in the blank in Paragraph 3 with proper words.(no more than 4 words) __________________________________________________________ 79. Complete the following statement with proper words.(no more than 3 words) If we think creatively, we are able to make people feel pleased with the way in which a mistake is_________________. 80. Why should you show people how to turn a mistake into learning something about themselves ? (no more than 12 words) ____________________________________________________________________ 第二节 书面表达(满分25分) 在许多地方,家长开车接送孩子上下学已成为一个普遍现象,人们对此做法褒贬不一。请根据下表提示用英语写一篇短文,介绍人们不同的观点,并谈谈你对此事的看法。 赞成 反对 节约时间; 造成交通堵塞; 安全 增加家长负担 增加父母与孩子交流的机会 使学生依赖家长 注意:词数不少于100. 参考词汇: In many places, it’s common for parents to drive their children to and from school, which causes a heated debate in society. 第二节:作文25分 在许多地方,家长开车接送孩子上下学已成为一个普遍现象,人们对此做法褒贬不一。请根据下表提示用英语写一篇短文,介绍人们不同的观点,并谈谈你对此事的看法。 赞成 反对 节约时间; 造成交通堵塞; 安全 增加家长负担 增加父母与孩子交流的机会 使学生依赖家长 注意:词数不少于100. 参考词汇: In many places, it’s common for parents to drive their children to and from school, which causes a heated debate in society. 高二英语期末参考答案 听力 、 1-5:BCCBC 6-10:BCBBC 11-15:ABCCC 16-20:AACBA 单项选择、 21.CADAD 26.BDADB 31.CDDDB 完形填空 、 36-40 CDABB 41-45 DAACD 46-50 CCAAD 51-55 BBDBB 阅读理解、 56-60 CDABA 61-65 ADBCA 66-70 CCBCC 71-75 BCDBA  阅读表达 76. How to deal with mistakes in a better way. 77. A mistake. 78. a wonderful opportunity. 79. dealt with 80. Because it can prevent them from making the same mistake again. 书面表达 .In many places, it’s common for parents to drive their children to and from school, which causes a heated debate in society. Some people think driving children to school can save their valuable time, in which way the children can get enough sleep. Besides, it is comfortable and safe for children. Also, it offers more chances for parents to communicate with their children. However, others hold different opinions. They think it may result in traffic jams. And it will lay a burden on parents. In addition, children may become too dependent on their children. As far as I’m concerned, if it is convenient, of course, parents can drive children to school sometimes. But parents should keep it in mind that it’s better for children to be independen ·12· 
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