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2015~2016 学年第二学期期中考试三校联考 高 一 年级 英语 试卷

命题学校: 塘桥高级中学

命题人: 钱小明_

第一部分 听力(共两节,满分 20 分) 第一节(共 5 小题; 每小题 1 分,满分 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。 请听下面 5 段对话,选出最佳选项。 1.How’s the weather probably now? A. Rainy. 2. What will the man do after school? A. Watch a movie. 3. How much will the woman pay? A. 140 dollars. B. 160 dollars. C. 200 dollars. B. Play volleyball. C. Play basketball. B. Cloudy. C. Sunny.

4. Which of the following places has the woman visited? A. Greenwich Village. B. Chinatown. C. Central Park.

5. What’s the reason the woman gives for being late? A. A flat tire. B. The bad weather. C. A traffic accident.

第二节(共 15 小题; 每小题 1 分,满分 15 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。每段对话或独白读两遍。 听第 6 段材料,回答 6、7 题。 6. What does the woman want to buy for herself? A. A laptop. B. A dress. C. A skirt.

7. When is the woman’s birthday? A. In two days. B. In four days. C. In six days.

听第 7 段材料,回答第 8、9 题

8. What problems do the old people in the man’s state often have in August? A. Food problems. 9. What’s the man like? A. Thin. B. Strong. C. Short. B. Travel problems. C. Health problems.

听第 8 段材料,回答第 10 至 12 题。 10.Where did the man read the advertisements? A. In a newspaper. B. On the Internet. C. In a magazine.

11. What is the highest price that the man can accept? A. $600. B. $700. C. $800.

12. How many people will live in the apartment? A. 2. B. 3. C. 4.

听第 9 段材料,回答第 13 至 16 题。 13. What activity does the woman report? A. Frequent visits to the house at all hours. B. Strange noises from the house late in the night. C. The fact that some houses were broken in at night. 14. How long has the activity been going on at the house? A. For about several weeks. B. For about several months. C. For about a year. 15. What was the police’s attitude to the activity when it was first reported? A. Nervous. B. Indifferent. C. Doubtful.

16. What will the police do first? A. Catch the persons in the house. C. Check the house. 听第 10 段材料,回答第 17 至 20 题。 17. How many different kinds of cycling events are there in the Olympics? A .2. B. 3. C. 4. B. Have a neighborhood meeting.

18. What events does track cycling have? A. Short, medium and long distance events. C. Inside event and outside event. 19. How long does the men’s road race cover? A. 62 to 87 miles. B. 87 to 142 miles. C. 142 to 155 miles. B. Uphill event and downhill event.

20. What happened in 1996? A. Mountain biking started in California. sport. C. Women began to take part in cycling in the Olympics. B. Mountain biking became an Olympic

第二部分:单选题 (共 15 小题; 每小题 1 分,满分 15 分) 21. He is not easy to get along with, but the friendship of his, _______, will last forever. A. once gained B. to be gained C. after gained D. while gained

22.Tom came from a poor family , and he often went to bed ________. A. coldly and hungrily hungry 23.The murderer was brought in, with his hands______ behind his back. A. be tied B. having tied C. to be tied D. tied B. cold and hungrily C. cold and hungry D. coldly and

24. Nowhere else in the world______ cheaper tailoring than in Hong Kong. A. a tourist can find B. can a tourist find C. a tourist will find D. a tourist has found

25. If you want to see a doctor, you should make an appointment with him in advance. That’s a common ______ in the U.S. A. habit B. practice C. tradition D. custom

26. _______appeared to me that he enjoyed the food very much. A. What B. It C. Which D. That

27. There has been some violence after the match, but the police are now _____ the situation. A. in the control of B. out of control C. in control of D. under control

28. I’ll go to see you whenever ________. A. you are convenient C. you will be convenient B. it is convenient for you D. it will be convenient for you

29. These two boys are similar ________ they both like playing football very much. A. to that B. besides that C. in that D. except that

30. It is said that he is ______ a translation of a French novel. A. occupying in B. occupying with C. occupied in D. occupied with

31. Pointing to the house on ____roof grew lots of bush, the old man told me that was _____ I

would stay. A. its; what B. whose; what C. whose; where D. its; where

32. With a lot of difficult problem _____, the newly-elected president is having a hard time. A. settled B. settling C. to settle D. being settled

33. On the top of the books_______ the photo album you are looking for. A. is B. are C. has D. have

34. _______either you or I going to the teacher’s office after class? A. is B. are C. am D. has

35. Much new and high technology has been introduced from America, ________ great increase in production of the company. A. resulting in B. resulted in C. leads to D. having led to

第三部分:完型填空(共 20 小题; 每小题 1 分,满分 20 分) With their visas(签证)in hand and their bags packed, students may feel prepared for their study abroad experiences. __36__ once they set foot in foreign lands, some students realize that they don’t have the skills to communicate their thoughts and feelings in their __37__ culture. Guo Yichen, a student at the Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising in Los Angeles, observed a(an) __38__ of poor communication during her time abroad. When Guo first got to the US, she stayed in the house of a 63-year-old lady, with another Chinese girl. Guo and her housemate were __39__ to take turns tidying up the bathroom. But the housemate never __40__, because she didn’t know how. Her mother had always cleaned the bathroom for her back home. And when the landlord asked about it, the housemate __41__ replied, ―I never needed to do housework back home, and I won’t do it here __42__.‖ ―I was shocked by how __43__ her answer was,‖ said Guo. ―She could have explained it in a better way.‖ It was __44__ surprise that the girl was asked to move out almost immediately. In fact, ―difficulty in __45__‖ is among the three major psychological problems that ZMN Education, an agency on overseas education, __46__ among Chinese students studying abroad, the other two being ―fear of class discussion‖ and ―fear of homework based on critical thinking‖. A professor at the University of California, Berkeley, once told the agency that many of his Chinese students only came to see him when they got __47__ scores. They should have talked to

him after each class to get a better grade __48__, he said. According to the agency, studying abroad itself may trigger(引发) certain mental problems because it is a ―__49__ and stressful shift to new environments and __50__‖. It has been found that students are 23 times more likely to __51__ a mental health condition than business travelers headed abroad. And during this period of major life transitions(过渡), __52__ better communication skills is particularly vital. It helps you get assistance and solve problems. Students need to understand the value of empathy – the effective awareness of the emotions of others–as well as __53__ themselves clearly, especially in cross-cultural communications. It would be better if students participate in a(an) __54__ abroad program during vacations before trying year-long overseas study. That way, they could have __55__ coping with a strange world independently. 36. A. And 37. A. unique 38. A. conflict 39. A. appreciated 40. A. bought her story 41. A. actually 42. A. either 43. A. sensitive 44. A. great B. Therefore B. host B. trial B. represented B. did her part B. eventually B. rather B. serious B. no C. But C. national C. debate C. fueled D. Otherwise D. superb D. case D. supposed D. followed her heart D. simply D. neither

C. kept her word C. pleasantly C. too

C. straightforward D. stubborn C. major C. opposition D. indication D. inspired D. unequal D. in the end D. sensitive D. policies D. flee from D. developing D. advancing D. exact

45. A. communication B. explanation 46. A. impressed 47. A. unfortunate B. ignored B. unsatisfactory

C. identified C. unwelcome C. in this case C. sudden C. manners C. suffer from C. requesting C. committing

48. A. in the first place B. in other words 49. A. similar 50. A. influences 51. A. result from 52. A. tolerating 53. A. expressing B. superb B. routines B. benefit from B. simplifying B. blaming

54. A. affordable 55. A. difficulty

B. long-distance B. experience

C. short-term C. leadership

D. trustworthy D. survival

第四部分:阅读理解(共 15 小题; 每小题 2 分,满分 30 分) A Children's lives have changed greatly over the last 50 years.But do they have a happier childhood than you or I did? It's difficult to look back on one's own childhood without some element of nostalgia(怀旧的). I have four brothers and sisters, and my memories are all about being with them.Playing board games on the living room floor, or spending days in the street with the other neighborhood children, racing up and down on our bikes, or exploring the nearby woods.My parents scarcely appear in these memories, except as providers either of meals or of severe blame after some particularly risky adventure. These days, in the UK at least, the nature of childhood has changed dramatically.Firstly, families are smaller, and there are far more only children.It is common for both parents to work outside the home and there is the feeling that there just isn't time to bring up a large family, or that no one could possibly afford to have more than one child. As a result, today's boys and girls spend much of their time alone.Another major change is that youngsters today tend to spend a huge amount of their free time at home, inside.More than anything this is due to the fact that parents worry far more than they used to about real or imagined dangers, so they wouldn't dream of letting their children play outside by themselves. Finally, the kind of toys children have and the way they play is totally different.Computer and video games have replaced the board games and more interesting activities of my childhood.The irony(令人啼笑皆非的事情) is that so many ways of playing games are called "interactive‖. The fact that you can play electronic games on your own further increases the sense of loneliness felt by many young people today. Do these changes mean that children today have a less relaxing childhood than I had? I personally believe that they do, but perhaps every generation feels exactly the same. 56. What is the purpose of the direct question given in the first paragraph?

A. To show who the passage is written for. B. To gather people's opinions on childhood. C. To compare the childhood lives of two generations. D. To get people's attention and lead in the topic. 57.Which is NOT a reason for the changes? A. Families are smaller today. B. Toys can be played by children alone at home.

C. It's too dangerous to play outside. D. Parents worried too much about their children. 58. What has the writer focused on in the fourth paragraph? A. Some games that young people play today aren't really good. B. Computer and video games have replaced the board games. C. Young people today shouldn't play electronic games. D. Board games are much more interesting than computer games. B Reading is the key to success in all school subjects. With a bit of creativity, you can help your child enjoy reading more, and encourage him to do more! Buy or borrow a lot of ―fun‖ books. Choose books that are slightly below his level of reading ability. Don’t forget what your child likes to do when choosing books for him. Don’t comment about the books. Simply leave the books lying on the table where your child is sure to see them. Computer games are not as harmful as most parents usually think them to be. Instead, you should take advantage of your child’s love of computer games to purchase those that require a lot of reading and avoid those that are simply computerized video games. Buy your child a bedside reading lamp, or a tiny book light. Tell him that from now on, he must be in bed by a specific time (say 8:30) and that he can either sleep or read. Most kids will do anything else rather than go to sleep, so there’s a chance you’ll create a new bedtime reading habit. Many children will read when they are sitting alone having a snack, or when they have a few minutes of unplanned free time. Put a box of books and magazines near the kitchen table so that reading material is accessible. Often, once children learn to read independently, parents stop reading to them. This change of routine causes great sadness to a child who has come to love falling asleep as you read. Even a

teenager will enjoy being read to if you pick books that interest him. Select books together, and make sure they’re ones you enjoy as well, so your enjoyment will come through as you read to them. 59. In order to make children become interested in reading, what should parents do? A. Tell them what they can learn from these books. B. Choose books based on their interest. C. Choose the easiest books for them to read. D. Always read books together with them. 60. Which of the following is NOT what parents areadvised to do? A. Reduce children’s sleeping time. C. Have reading material available. B. Read to children when possible. D. Pick the right computer games.

61. What attitude do most parents hold towards children playing computer games? A. Supportive. B. Negative. C. Neutral. D. Doubtful.

62. What’s the main purpose of the passage? A. To help children succeed in school subjects. B. To give parents advice on how to educate children. C. To remind parents of the importance of reading. D. To teach parents how to encourage children to read. C Last year, CCTV journalists approached pedestrians with their cameras, held a microphone to their mouth and asked a simple question, ―Are you happy?‖ The question has caught many interviewees off guard. Even Mo Yan, who just won a Nobel Prize, responded by saying, ―I don’t know.‖ While the question has become a buzz phrase and the Internet plays host to heated discussions, we ask: What exactly is happiness? And how do you measure it? In the 1776 US Declaration of Independence, Thomas Jefferson set in writing the people’s unalienable right to ―Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness‖. 235 years on, Wen Jiabao told the nation, ―Everything we do is aimed at letting people live more happily.‖ At National People’s Congress, officials agreed that increasing happiness would be a top target for the 12th five-year plan.

US psychologist Ed Diener, author of Happiness: Unlocking the Mysteries of Psychological Wealth, describes happiness as ―a combination of life satisfaction and having more positive than negative emotions‖ according to US broadcasting network PBS. This may sound straightforward enough, but it still doesn’t explain what determines people’s happiness. Many argue that happiness is elusive and that there is no single source. It also means different things to different people. For some, happiness can be as simple as having enough cash. Researchers believe happiness can be separated into two types: daily experiences of hedonic (享乐的) well-being; and evaluative well-being, the way people think about their lives as a whole. The former refers to the quality of living, whereas the latter is about overall happiness, including life goals and achievements. Happiness can cross both dimensions (范围). Li Jun, a psychologist and mental therapy practitioner at a Beijing clinic, says, ―Happiness can mean both the most basic human satisfaction or the highest level of spiritual pursuit. It’s a simple yet profound topic.‖ Chen Shangyuan, 21, a junior English major at Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics, said his idea of happiness always evolves. ―At present it relates to how productive I am in a day,‖ he said. ―It might be linked to job security or leisure time after I graduate.‖ Then there is the question of measuring happiness. Does it depend on how many friends we have, or whether we own the latest smart phone? Is it even quantifiable? Economists are trying to measure happiness in people’s lives. Since 1972, Bhutan’s GDP measurement has been replaced by a Gross National Happiness index. It is calculated according to the peoples’ sense of being well-governed, their relationship with the environment, their satisfaction with economic development, and their sense of national belonging. In 2009, US economist Joseph Stiglitz proposed ―to shift emphasis from measuring economic production to measuring people’s well-being‖. But is well-being more easily measured? 63. From what Thomas Jefferson and Wen Jiabao mentioned in the passage, we know ________. A. people’s happiness is determined by great people B. people’s happiness is an important target for the development of a country C. people in all countries have the right to ask the government for a happy life D. people both in China and America are living a happy life 64. According to the passage, the writer may most likely agree that ________.

A. CCTV journalists are concerned about people’s happiness out of sympathy B. the question has led to heated discussions about who are the happiest people in China C. Bhutan’s new index shows that people there are the happiest in the world D. it is not easy for us to decide what determines people’s happiness 65.What does the underlined word ―elusive‖ in the sixth paragraph mean? A. available B. easy to get C. hard to describe D. unimaginable

66. The best title of the passage is ________. A. Are you happy? C. GDP and Happiness B. The Measurement of Happiness D. The Secret of Happiness D As shocking as the idea of baby birds growing up in a cigarette-filled home sounds, a new study suggests that some birds may benefit from putting the stuff from cigarette butts (烟蒂) into their nests. The nicotine remaining in smoked filters (滤嘴) may serve as a natural insecticide (杀 虫剂), driving harmful insects away from the nests and the baby birds living within. Tobacco plants produce nicotine because it defends against insects that would otherwise eat the plants. The butts are undoubtedly smelly. But birds are actually quite fond of smelly chemicals, such as those found in aromatic (芳香的) plants. Some nest-building species regularly fill their nests with fresh aromatics, possibly because the chemicals are good for the immune system or the development of the chicks. Alternatively, the plant chemicals might act as insecticides. In the study, researchers at the Autonomous University of Tlaxcala in Mexico set up heat traps, which attract harmful insects, in 55 nests around Mexico City. Some traps were lined with the stuff in smoked cigarette filters. The others were lined with the stuff from unsmoked cigarette filters, which did not contain nicotine and other smoking by-products. Whether the nest held eggs, chicks or nothing, the unsmoked cigarette traps collected more harmful insects, suggesting that it is the chemicals that drove harmful insects away. In a second experiment, the researchers collected 28 house sparrow nests and 29 house finch (朱雀) nests from Mexico City immediately after the chicks flew out for food. They found that the more smoked filter stuff filled a nest, the fewer harmful insects it had. The missing piece of the puzzle is whether the reduced number of harmful insects in the nests actually provided any benefit to the chicks. It is also unclear if nicotine or another chemical found

in cigarettes may have turned the harmful insects out of the nests. If the results hold, then this study is an example of wildlife adaptation to urbanization – or at least evidence that birds are smart and can still follow their noses in urban environments. 67. What may be the function of nicotine in cigarette butts for birds? A. To provide building materials for bird nests. B. To drive harmful insects away from bird nests. C. To protect the plants from being eaten by insects. D. To attract baby birds to stay in the nests. 68.What is the first experiment aimed at? A. Proving that heat traps attract harmful insects in Mexico City. B. Comparing smoked cigarette filters with unsmoked ones. C. Analyzing what is produced from smoked cigarette filters. D. Studying what it is that drives harmful insects away. 69.What can you infer from the passage? A. Birds tend to use insecticide to protect the baby birds. B. Nicotine is the only chemical that drives harmful insects away. C. Some insects are afraid of smelly chemicals in aromatic plants. D. Unsmoked cigarette traps attract more harmful insects. 70.Where could you possibly see the passage? A. In a science report C. In a tobacco advertisement B. In an urbanization essay D. In an anti-smoking brochure

第五部分:任务型阅读(共 10 小题; 每小题 1 分,满分 10 分)(注意:每个空格只填 1 个 单词) Are we too quick to blame and slow to praise? It seems that while most of us are only too ready to apply to others the cold wind of criticism, we are somehow unwilling to give others the warm sunshine of praise. It’s strange how mean we are about praising. Perhaps it’s because few of us know how to accept praise gracefully . Instead , we are embarrassed and ignore the words we are really so glad to hear. Because of this defensive reaction, direct praise is surprisingly difficult to give.

Do you ever go into a house and say, ― What a tidy room!‖ Hardly anybody does. That’s why housework is considered such a boring job. Shakespeare said, ― Our praises are our wages.‖ Since so often praise is the only wage a housewife receives, surely she is worthy of praise. Mothers know naturally that for children an ounce of praise is worth a pound of scolding. Still, we are unaware of children’s small achievements and we seldom apply the rule. One day I was criticizing my children for quarrelling. ―Can you never play peacefully?‖ I shouted. Susanna looked at me confused. ― Of course I can,‖ she said. ―But you don’t notice us when we do.‖ Teachers agree about the value of praise. ― I believe that a student knows when he has handed in something above his usual standard,‖ writes a teacher, ― and that he is hungry for a brief comment in the margin to show him that the teacher is aware of it, too.‖ Behavioral scientists have done countless experiments to prove that people have a tendency to repeat an act which has been immediately followed by a pleasant result. In one such experiment, a number of schoolchildren were divided into three groups and given arithmetic tests daily for five days. One group was constantly praised for its previous performance; another group was criticized; the third was ignored. Not surprisingly, those who were praised improved dramatically. Those who were criticized improved ,too, but not so much. And the scores of the children who were ignored hardly improved at all. Interestingly, the brightest children were helped just as much by criticism as by praise, but the less able children, who reacted badly to criticism, needed praise the most. To give praise costs the giver nothing but a moment’s thought and a moment’s effort—perhaps a quick phone call to pass on good comments , or write an appreciative letter. It is such a small investment — and yet consider the results it may produce. We will not only bring joy into other people’s lives, but also, very often, added happiness into our room.‖ I can live for two months on a good compliment.‖ said Mark Twain.

Title : Profits of Praise Theme 72 for unwillingness to give praise 71 with criticism , praise should be valued and appreciated more.

We feel embarrassed and ignore the words pleasant to our ears rather than accept them gracefully.

We have

73

giving direct praise because of our so-called defensive reaction. 74 to be praised for her sacrifices and devotion . 75

A housewife Importance of praise in some

A mother is supposed to be the rule of giving praise. cases

of their children’s small achievements and apply

A student waits hungrily for a good comment from his teacher when he hands in his homework above his usual standard. Everybody 76 Findings of experiments on profits of praise to repeat an act if praised more often. 77 praise have made dramatic improvement. 78

Those who receive

Unlike brilliant children, less able children most. It 80

badly to criticism need praise the

to make a moment’s thought and effort to pass on good comments, for it

79 brings added joy and happiness to our lives as well as others’.

第六部分:单词拼写 (10*0.5=5 分) 81. Mr Wang is due to make __________________(评论) on the latest film next week. 82. It’s hard to imagine how this peaceful volcano d______________ the whole city. 83. U_______________, the hero was drowned after he saved the drowning girl. 84.The woman changed her hairstyle, so that no one could r_______________ her at first sight. 85. The Cultural Revolution Movement(文革), a political c_______________ between the 1960s and 1970s in China, brought about a great disaster. 86.Practice speaking English as often as possible, and _______________ (渐渐地) you will find your spoken English improving. 87. In the 1950s the Chinese government introduced characters. 88.How did you p______________ him into joining us? It is amazing!Com] 89.On realizing they had got lost, the team _______________ (惊慌). They should have stayed calm.[ 90.It couldn’t be the ________________ (词汇) that caused you the problem in the exercise because you know a lot of words. _______________ ( 简化 ) Chinese

第七部分:用动词的适当形式填空 (1*5=5 分)

(见答题卷)

第八部分:用上面词组的适当形式完成下列句子(1*5=5 分) (见答题卷)

第九部分:完成句子 (2*5=10 分) (见答题卷)

2015~2016 学年第二学期期中考试三校联考(答案) 听力:1-5 BCACC 6-10 CBCAB 11-15 CBACB 16-20 CBACB

单选题:ACDBB

BCBCD

CCABA

完形填空: 36-40: CBDDB 41-45: DACBA 46-50: CBACB 51-55: CDACB

阅读:

DCA

BABD

BDCA

BDCA

任务型:

71. Compared 75.aware

72. Reasons 77.constant

73.difficulty/trouble/problems

74.deserves

76.tends

78.reacting/ responding

79.Conclusion/Summary 80. effort

单词:1.comments 7.simplified

2.destroyed 8.persuade

3.Unfortunately

4.recognize 5.campaign

6.gradually

9. panicked 10.vocabulary

动词形式填空:1. to answer

2.being buried

3. had produced 4.to be seen

5.indicating

短语填空: 1. combine … with 4. came to his aid

2.carried out 5. Aside from

3. rose up against

完成句子:1. access to contributions

2. Contrary to

3. widespread use

4. had enough

5. make


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