重庆市一中 2009-2010 学年下学期高一年级期末考试英语试卷
2010.7 第Ⅰ卷 Ⅰ.听力（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。 1. Where did the woman go? A. To Hangzhou. 2. Who is the man? A. A doctor. B. A nurse. C. A patient. B. To Beijing. C. To Yunnan.
3. Which channel does the man advise the woman to watch? A. The sports channel. C. The education channel. 4. What do we know about Lisa? A. She got lost yesterday. B. She played games after school. C. She helped a blind man. 5. How did the man get to the office? A. On foot. B. By car. C. By bus. B. The science channel.
第二节（共 12 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 12 分） 听下面 4 段对话，每段对话或独白后有几个小题，从题中所给的 A、B、C 三个选项选 出最佳选项，并标在试卷的相应位置。听每段对话前，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，每段对话读两遍。 请听第 6 段材料，回答第 6 至第 8 题。 6. What does the talk most probably take place? A. In a restaurant. 7. Why was the meat rotten? B. At home. C. In a shop.
A. The man forgot to put it in the refrigerator . B. They bought it a long time ago. C. The refrigerator has broken down. 8. What will the speakers probably do this evening? A. Have a walk in the park. C. Visit the woman’s aunt. 请听第 7 段材料，回答第 9 至第 11 题。 9.What does the speaker think of bottled fruit juices? A. She is against drinking them. B. She advises people to drink more. C. It is OK to drink them occasionally. 10.Why are lemons often mixed with oranges? A. To make them taste even better . B. To increase their effect on women’s beauty. C. To increase their effect on absorbing nutrition. 11.Which of the following are good for enriching the blood? A. Lemons. B. Carrots. C. Grapes . B. Eat out together.
请听第 8 段材料，回答第 12 至第 14 题。 12. What is the probable relationship between the speakers? A. Interviewer and interviewee. C. Professor and assistant. 13. What can we learn about Amy Lin? A. She is a new graduate. B. She wants to find a part-time job. C. She posted an application letter last month. 14. What is the monthly starting salary for Amy? A.2,500 yuan. B.2,000 yuan. C.3,000 yuan. B. Manager and secretary.
请听第 9 段材料，回答第 15 至第 17 题。 15. What will Jack do tonight? A. Write a paper. B. Go to the cinema. C. Play football.
16. Who will Jack spend the evening with? A. Julia. B. Lily. C. Tom.
17.When did the woman start to write her paper again? A. At 4:30. B. At 5:30. C. At 1:30.
第三节（共 3 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 3 分） 请听下面一段独白，用所听到的独白中的词或数填空，每空限填一个词或一个数。填 入的内容要在答题卡相应的位置上。在听本段独白前，你将有时间阅读各小题，每小题 5 秒钟；听完后，各小题将给出 5 秒钟的作答时间。本段独白读两遍。 请听第 10 段材料，回答第 18 至 20 题。 Tips on how to avoid leaving 18 things behind ·Choose a spot near your front door or in the front entrance hall. ·Clear away all other things, such as newspapers, bills, and 19 from the spot. ·Always put your wallet , keys and cellphone in this spot. ·Take an extra minute or 20 to pick up the necessary things when you are ready to walk out.
Ⅱ.单项选题(满分 20 分) 21. Oprah Winfrey is ______black woman whose rise to fame is ______ inspiring story. A. /;an B. a; the C. the; the D. a; an
22. The staff’s hope of improving the working conditions ______ their new manager. A. keeps on B. puts on C. rests on D. holds on
23. Ann never dreams of ______ for her to be sent abroad very soon. A. there being a chance C. there be a chance B. there to be a chance D. being a chance
24. Many New Zealand cities lie ____ a bay and ____ a natural, deep harbor. A. on; enjoy B. on; cover C. off; include D. off; have
25. Books such as Harry Potter and Tom Sawyer’s Adventures ______ for children. A. intend B. intends C. is intended D. are intended
26. The house is easily______ from the rest; it has a large blue door.
A. picked up
B. taken up
C. picked out
D. made out
27. There______ a number of natural mysteries in the world that even make scientists ______. A. exists; confusing C. exist; confused 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 B. are existed; confused D. exist; confusing
29. ______he came to this small town, he began to like it. A. For the first time time D. The first time B. By the first time C. At the first
30. ---I don’t like the guest that is coming to visit this evening. ---_________ you feel about him, try to be polite. A. How B. What C. Whatever D. However
31. A week-long raining is coming, _________, the farmers say, will do harm to the growth of plants. A. it B. that C. what D. which
32. The research they had been devoted to ______ to be of great value to the cancer patients. A. is proved B. proves C. has proved D. proved
33. He felt _______ to remind the public to protect the environment. A. his duty B. that is his duty C. it his duty D. it is his duty
34. It was Alice and her friends who helped the homeless old woman,______? A. wasn’t it? B. wasn’t she C. didn’t they? D. weren’t they?
35. I was told that although these old buildings _______ the Qing Dynasty, they remained in good condition. A. are dated back to C. dating back to B. dated back to D. have dated back to
36. The cars in the auto show vary ______ price from $ 100,000 ______ $ 2 million,
but they have attracted many customers. A. in; to B. with; and C. of; with D. from; to
37.________ I know, the new airport runway has been under construction for nearly two years. A. As long as B. So long as C. As far as D. So far for
38. --- What was the Shanghai World Expo’s opening day like? --- Wonderful. It’s years ______ I enjoyed myself so much. A. that B. since C. before D. when
39. --- Wow, you look good. Your hair looks fantastic. You’re so giving and kind. I’ve always liked you. --- _______! Get to the point. I haven’t got all day. A. Enough B. Thanks C. Really D. Again
40. ________ it is expected that students come to college with the ability to solve most problems in their study by themselves , this is not always the case. A. When B. While C. For D. As
Ⅲ.完形填空(满分 30 分) My first memories of acts of kindness are from when I was about 12 years old. I always 41 people as soon as possible with whatever they needed. At that time, I noticed that many 42 people had difficulty going to the grocery store 43 a snowstorm. I would spend part of a 44 Saturday knocking on my elderly neighbor’s apartment doors to ask if they 45 anything from the store. The 46 was down a hill and I would bring back a couple of bags of goods for them. I liked it and it made them so 47 , too. in
My friends asked me 48 I was doing and after some time some of them 49 and it became a 50
as time went by. I 51 asked for money for what I did, but
sometimes the old ladies would 52 the change in my pocket secretly. The next time I would buy some flowers or cards for them. When I went to college, many of these people would 53 my mother about me, 54
my mother didn’t always know who they were. It was through those 55 between my mother
and these people that she
56 what I used to do for them — I had never told her.
I 57 helping others when I was 12 and it 58until today. Now, I’m a teacher and teaching my students the art of true 59 . At first I wrote this for my diary, but my mother said why not 60 it with everyone. I hope this inspires younger people and the old alike. 41. A. helped 42. A. lazy 43. A. after 44. A. fine 45. A. got 46. A. store 47. A. sad 48. A. whether 49. A. turned 50. A. rule 51. A. never 52. A. put 53. A. think 54. A. but 55. A. conversations 56. A. knew from 57. A. finished 58. A. pauses 59. A. love 60. A. show B. gave B. tired B. before B. snowy B. fetched B. factory B. happy B. when B. looked B. habit B. usually B. choose B. ask B. and B. discussion B. thought over B. started B. remains B. kindness B. divide C. cared C. kind C. until C. funny C. needed C. hospital C. strange C. why C. gave C. tradition C. always C. save C. guess C. so C. statements C. learned about C. stopped C. continues C. friendship C. deliver D. offered D. old D. since D. busy D. took D. college D. young D. what D. joined D. custom D. sometimes D. keep D. find D. or D. speeches D. talked about D. lasted D. follows D. honesty D. share
Ⅳ.阅读理解(满分 30 分) A I was telling my boy Sonny the story of the hare (兔子) and the tortoise (乌 龟). At the end I said. “Son, remember: Slow and steady (稳固的) wins the race.
Don’t you think there’s something to learn from the tortoise?” Sonny opened his eyes wide, “Do you mean next time when I’m participating in the 60-metre race I should wish that Billy and Tony and Sandy would all fall asleep halfway?” I was shocked, “But the tortoise didn’t wish that the hare would fall asleep on the way!” “He must have wished that,” Sonny said. “Otherwise how could he be so stupid as to race with the hare? He knew very well the hare ran a hundred times faster than he himself did.” “He didn’t have such a wish,” I insisted, “He won the race by perseverance , by pushing on steadily.” Sonny thought a while. “That’s a lie,” he said. “He won it because he was lucky. If the hare hadn’t happened to fall asleep, the tortoise would never have won the race. He could be as steady as you like, or a hundred times steadier, but he’d never have won the race. That’s for sure.” I gave up. Today’s children are not like what we used to be. They’re just hopeless. 61.Sonny believed that the tortoise ________. A. won the race by his own effort B. took a risk by agreeing to race C. was not given a fair chance in the race D. in fact did not win the race 62.Billy, Tony and Sandy must be ________. A. boys who were unknown to Sonny’s father B. boys Sonny had run races with before C. boys Sonny had never raced with before D. boys Sonny did not expect to race with again 63.The writer thinks that his generation (代) ________. A. were more clever than Sonny’s generation B. had the same ideas about life as Sonny’s generation
C. were more hopeful than Sonny’s generation D. had different ideas about life from Sonny’s generation
B Animation(动画) means making things which are lifeless come alive and move. Since earliest times, people have always been surprised by movement. But not until this century have we managed to take control of movement, to record it, and in the case of animation, to retranslate it and recreate it. To do all this, we use a movie camera and a projector. In the world of cartoon animation, nothing is impossible. You can make the characters do exactly what you want them to do. A famous early cartoon character was Felix the Cat, created by Pat Sullivan in America in the early nineteen twenties. Felix was a wonderful cat. He could do all sorts of things no natural cat could do like taking off his tail, using it as a handle and then putting it back. Most of the great early animators lived and worked in America, the home of the moving picture industry. The famous Walt Disney cartoon characters came to life after 1928. Popeye the Sailor and his girl friend Olive Oyo were born at Max Ficischer in 1933. But to be an animator, you don’t have to be a professional. It is possible for anyone to make a simple animated film without using a camera at all. All you have to do is to draw directly on to an empty film and then run the film through a projector. 64. Which of the following statements is TRUE? A. People were unable to cause the movement to last or record it in the last century. B. Pat Sullivan was a famous early cartoon character. C. It is impossible to make cartoon characters do what they are designed to do. D. In ancient times people were surprised by movement. 65. According to the passage, Felix the Cat________. A. was created by the American cartoonist Felix
B. was designed by Pat Sullivan in the early twentieth century C. was unable to do what natural cats could not do D. was created in the United States in the nineteenth century 66. It can be inferred from the passage that ________. A. Walt Disney’s cartoon characters were born earlier that Pat Sullivan’s B. only professionals can create cartoon characters C. Popeye the Sailor and Olive Oyo were famous cartoonists D. the cartoon industry started in the United States 67. Which of the following statements best describes the author’s attitude towards cartoon making? A. Cartoon making is an easy job. Anyone can do it. B. Only trained people can be employed in cartoon making industry. C. Anyone can make cartoons under the instructions of professionals. D. Cartoon making is no easy job. You have to spend much time drawing onto the empty film.
C One of Britain’s bravest women told yesterday how she helped to catch suspected (可疑的) police killer David Bieber — and was thanked with flowers by the police. It was also said that she could be in line for a share of up to ￡30,000 reward money. Vicki Brown, 30, played a very important role in ending the nationwide hunt. Vicki, who has worked at the Royal Hotel for four years, told of her terrible experience when she had to walk silently into Bieber’s bedroom and to watch him secretly. Then she waited alone for three hours while armed police prepared to storm the building. She said: “I was very nervous. But when I opened the hotel door and saw 20 armed policemen lined up in the car park I was so glad they were there.” The alarm had been raised because Vicki became suspicious (怀疑) of the
guest who came at 3 pm the day before New Year’s Eve with little luggage and wearing sunglasses and a hat pulled down over his face. She said: “He didn't seem to want to talk too much and make any eye contact .” Vicki, the only employee on duty, called her bosses Margaret, 64, and husband Stan McKale, 65, who phoned the police at 11 pm. Officers from Northumbria Police called Vicki at the hotel in Dunston, Gateshead, at about 11:30 pm to make sure that this was the wanted man. Then they kept in touch by phoning Vicki every 15 minutes. “It was about ten past two in the morning when the phone went again and a policeman said ‘Would you go and make yourself known to the armed officers outside?’. My heart missed a beat.” Vicki quietly showed eight armed officers through passages and staircases to the top floor room and handed over the key. “I realized that my bedroom window overlooks that part of the hotel, so I went to watch. I could not see into the man’s room, but I could see the passage. The police kept shouting at the man to come out with his hands showing. Then suddenly he must have come out because they shouted for him to lie down while he was handcuffed (戴上手铐).” 68.The underlined phrase “be in line for” (paragraph 1) means________. A. get B. be paid C. ask for D. own
69. Vicki's heart missed a beat because ________. A. the phone went again C. the policemen had already arrived B. she would be famous D. she saw 20 policemen in the car park
70. David Bieber was most probably handcuffed in ________. A. the passage C. Vicki's bedroom B. the man's room D. the top floor room
71. The whole event probably lasted about ________ hours from the moment Bieber came to the hotel to the arrival of some armed officers.
D When nature is left alone, a balance is reached among the animals and plants living in one area. But when man starts his work in nature, the balance is likely to be destroyed. He grows a crop and takes it away to eat; then there are no dead leaves to fall on the ground, holding water while it sinks into the surface, or decaying (腐烂) and adding humus (腐殖质) to the soil. Unless a farmer acts with knowledge and skill, he is therefore most likely to make the land poorer. To take the place of the useful matter in the crops that he removes, he uses some kind of fertilizer. Chemical fertilizers are of great help, but the waste products of animals and decaying remains of plants should also be put on the land. In some places, it is a habit to burn waste material lying about, but such burning destroys the useful matter in the dead plants. Although the ashes that are left are valuable when put on the land, a better practice is to bury the waste so that it decays and increases the humus in the soil. In the past, when the world population was much lower than it is now, a man had little difficulty in ordinary times in growing the food that was needed. When a field had been used some years and had become tired, the farmer could move to another place. The tired land then slowly recovered. Gradually grasses and other plants would appear on it and its productive power would slowly return to normal through their decay. But nature, left alone, would take a long time to bring back the land to its former state; the length of time required would depend on local conditions, but it might well be ten years. It is a bad practice to grow the same crop in a field year after year. If the crop is changed, the land will suffer less because it is treated and used in a different way. Different plants have different effects on the soil. Therefore, a change of crop will do less harm than the growing of the same crop year after year and a regular change to grass will do good to the soil. Much will therefore be gained if different crops are grown one after another, a method known as the rotation (轮
作) of crops. 72. According to the passage, the land will become poorer________. A. if all the dead leaves are cleared away B. if the humus is increased after the harvest C. if dead leaves decay in the soil by themselves D. if waste plant material lying about is buried 73. We can learn from the passage that the tired land has gradually recovered_______. A. when grasses and other plants appear again B. when the treatment is given by nature alone C. after new grasses and other plants have decayed again D. after nature has been left alone for several months 74. A modern farmer can hardly move to another place as he did before because_______. A. the productive power of a new field isn't higher than that of an old one B. there are few free fields left for him to do farming C. it takes a farmer more than ten years to start farming in a new field D. there will be too many grasses in a new field to grow crops 75. It is most likely that the author will go on to ______ in the paragraph following the passage above. A. introduce other methods of planting crops B. deal with how to prevent land getting tired C. start another topic of how to make use of land D. explain what the rotation of crops is
Ⅴ.单词拼写（满分 10 分） 76. We need a ______（实际的）solution to the problem. 77. Your early reply will be really______ (感激). 78. I prefer to use the ______(传统的) way to celebrate our victory. 79. He greeted me with ______(典型的) American warmth. 80. The children roared with______(笑) when the clown made a face. 81. She was busy _____(轻敲)away at computer and forgot to have lunch.
82. Clean the room every day and ______(清除)the rubbish inside. 83. The doctors have developed a new _____(技术) in eye operation. 84. Make sure that you have your seatbelt fastened ______(牢固的) before the car starts. 85. With his eyes _____(注视) on the painting on the wall, Mike didn’t see me enter the room
Ⅵ.课文填空（满分 5 分） New Zealand is an island that lies 86 the eastern coast of Australia . It is made up of two large islands: North Island and South Island. New Zealand is 87 by the Pacific Ocean to the north and east, and the Tasman Sea? It is about the same88 as Japan. Wellington, the capital city, 89on the North Island . Other important cities are? and Queenstown, 90 to the south.
Ⅶ. 短文改错（满分 10 分） After I finished the school this year，I began to look for work. Now several month later， I still didn't find the job that I was interested. Last Sunday morning I received a phone call from a man calling him Mr. Smith. He said to me on the phone， "I hear you do very well in your studies. I may give a job for you." I entered his office with a beaten heart. How I hoped that I will go through the job -hunting talk today and he would take me on as a lab assistant. But to my surprised， what he said disappointing. He only needed a model. 91._________ 92._________ 93._________ 94._________ 95._________ 96._________ 97._________ 98._________ 99._________ 100.________
Ⅷ.书面表达（满分 25 分） 某英文网站正在开展关于填报志愿时首先考虑专业还是学校的讨论。请你根据下面 所给的要点提示，用英语写一篇短文，描述学生中存在的两种看法，并谈谈你自己的看法，
将此文在该网站的 BBS 上发表。 观点 首先选择专业 1 2．便于将来从事自己喜爱的工作。 首先选择大学 2 2．名牌大学的毕业生在求职时常会受到青睐。 3 你的看法（内容由自己拟定） 1．学习环境对人的成长很重要； 理由 1．可以学习自己感兴趣的东西；
注意：1. 词数：100 左右。开头已为你写好，不计入总词数； 2. 内容可适当发挥，注意行文连贯。 Every student will be faced with the question after he passes the college entrance examination: Should we choose a good major or a good university first? ____________________________________________________________________________
英 语 试 题 答 案 2010.7 听力 1-5 CAACA 6-10 BCCCA 18. important 11-15 CAABC 20. two 16-17 CB
单选 21-25 DCAAC 26-30 CCADD 31-35 DDCAB 36-40 ACBAB 完形 41-45 ADABC 46-50 ABDDB 51-55 AABAA 阅读 A 篇 61-63 DBD D 篇 72-75 ACBD 单词拼写 76. practical 81. tapping 77. appreciated 82. remove 78. traditional 79.typically 80. laughter B 篇 64-67 ABDA C 篇 68-71 ACAC 56-60 CBCBD
课文填空 86. off 87.surrounded 88.size 89.lies 90.further
短文改错 91. 去掉 the 94. him →himself
92.month→months 93. interested 后加 in 95. hear→heard 96. for→to 99.surprised→surprise
97.beaten→beating 98.will→would 100.said 后加 was
书面表达 Every student will be faced with the question when he passes the college entrance examinations: Should we choose a good major or a good university first? Some students prefer to consider majors first so that they can learn what they are interested in. It will also make it possible for them to take their favorite jobs in the future. However, those who think differently believe that the environment is important to one’s development and that graduates from leading universities are often more likely to find a good job. In my opinion, the best choice is a good major at a good university. If we cannot obtain both, the first thing to consider is a good major, because no matter where we study, we can still achieve a lot in a certain field if
we try our best.
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