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江苏省宿迁中学 2005--2006 学年度第一学期期中考试

高一年级英语试题
第二部分:英语知识运用(共三节,满分 75 分) 一.单项选择(共 15 题,每题 1 分,满分 15 分) 21. A great-grandmother of mine, who was _____ friend of Gibbon, lived to _____age of ninety-two. A. a, an B. the ,the C. a, the D. the, an 22. It is ______ to jump into a swimming-pool in summer. A. funny B. a fun C. fun D. more funny 23. As regards health, I have nothing _____ to say since I have ________ of illness. A. useful, few experiences B. use, little experience C. to use, some experience D. useful, little experience 24. I think that a successful old age is easiest for those ______ have strong interests in appropriate activities. A. that B. who C. which D. they 25. You may find that your life will be empty _______ you concern(关心) yourself with your children and grandchildren. A. if B. when C. unless D. though 26. ____ the girls are into football nowadays. A. A great deal of B. The number of C. A good many of D. A great many 27. Would you like to ____ the cause of the fire? A. explain to us B. tell us what C. talk us why D. say us how 28. They are not honest. They don’t ______ to know the truth.. A. deserve B. want C. expect D. desert 29. ---- “ Do you mind my smoking here?” ----“________” Which one can not be chosen? A. No, I don’t mind. B. No, do as you like. C. Yes, I would. D. Yes, please don’t 30. ----“Where is your father? ” ----“He ____ Beijing for a week.” A. has gone off to B. has left for C. has been off to D. has set off for 31. ----I was _____ to do my homework ______ the telephone rang. A. about, then B. about, when C. just, at that time D. going, suddenly 32. “Which subject do you like best, Tom?” The teacher asked Tom which subject_____. A. did you like best B. did he like best C. he likes best D. he liked best 33. I don’t think he _____ what happens to his family. A. takes care B. cares about C. cared of D. was careful 34. After three days Tom finished the work ______. A. as suppose B. than supposed C. as supposed D. than supposing 35. Mary began to practise ______ the piano everyday when she was in her _____. A. to play, twenty B. playing, twenty C. playing, twenties D. to play, twenties 二.完形填空:(共 20 小题,每小题 1.5 分,满分 30 分) 阅读下面短文,掌握其大意,然后从 61-80 各题所给的四个选项中选出最佳答案。 The woman’s college had a very small car-park, and 36 several of the teachers and students, and many of the students’ boy friends had cars, it was often difficult to find a place to 37 . The head of the college, ___38___ name was Miss Baker, therefore had a special place in the car-park for her __39__ car. There were white lines round it, and it had a notice 40___ , “Place for Head of College.” One evening, however, when Miss Baker got back to the college a few minutes __41__ the

time__42__ which all students had to be in, she found __43__ car in her __44__ . There were two people in it, one of her girl students and a young man. Miss Baker knew that the young man would have to _45_ very soon, so she __46__ to ask him to move his car a bit, so that she could park _47__ in the proper place for the __48__before going to bed. As the young man’s car was close to the railing(栅栏), Miss Baker had to drive up beside it on the other side, __49__ the girl was sitting. She __50__ came up on this side, __51___ her own window and tapped her horn lightly to __52__ attention to the fact that she was there. The girl, who had her head on the boy’s shoulder, __53__ in surprise, she was __54__ more surprised when she __55__Miss Baker say, “Excuse me, but may I change places with you?” 36. A. for B. as C. with D. to 37. A. stop B. drive C. stay D. park 38. A. with B. which C. whose D. her 39. A. own B. students’ C. teachers’ D. herself 40. A. said B. telling C. saying D. speaking 41. A. before B. in C. on D. just 42. A. at B. by C. till D. through 43. A. her B. little C. other D. another 44. A. parking place B. schoolyard C. house D. garden 45. A. run B. leave C. flee D. stand 46. A. was B. was asking C. would begin D. decided 47. A. his B. hers C. there D. where 48. A. rest B. day C. night D. lesson 49. A. where B. because C. though D. even if 50. A. so B. therefore C. also D. maybe 51. A. broke B. looked at C. opened D. closed 52. A. draw B. pay C. pay for D. be 53. A. looked out B. looked around C. looked down D. looked ahead 54. A. further B. much C. far D. even 55. A. saw B. made C. heard D. let 三.阅读理解(共 20 题,每题 2 分,满分 40 分) A People living in different countries made different kinds of words. Today there are about fifteen hundred languages in the world. Each contains (包括) many thousands of words. But we do not need all these. To read short stories, you need to know only about two thousand words. Before you leave school, you will learn only one thousand more. The words you know are called your vocabulary(词汇). You should try to make your vocabulary bigger. Read as many books as you can. There are plenty of books written in easy English for you to read. You will enjoy them. When you meet a new word, find it in your dictionary . Your dictionary is your most useful book. 56. The number of different languages spoken is about_______. A. 150 B. 1500 C. 500 D. 15000 57. Before you leave your school, you’ll learn _____. A. only about two thousand words B. five hundred thousand words C. three or four thousand words D. only one thousand more 58. Each language usually contains ______. A. two thousand words B. hundreds of words C. different kinds of words D. many thousands of words 59. To make your vocabulary bigger, you must ______. A. read as many books as possible B. get as many dictionaries as you can C. buy plenty of books D. have a very large English dictionary 60. You will enjoy ______.

B. the books written in easy English D. finding new words in a dictionary B Do you have bright ideas? Ideas or inventions that change society or, at least, make life easier for somebody? Perhaps we all do sometimes, but we don’t often make the idea a reality. Recently, in Britain, there was a competition called British Designers for Tomorrow. The competition encourages young people to carry out their bright ideas. There were two groups in the contest; Group One was for schoolchildren under 16; Group Two was for schoolchildren over 16. And there were eleven prize-winners altogether. Neil Hunt, one of the prize-winners, was called “Sunshine Superman(超人)”. It’s important when people study the weather to be able to record sunshine accurately. We need to know how many hours of sunshine we have and how strong it is. Most sunshine recorders only record direct sunlight. Neil’s is more accurate(精确的) and this is very important for research into the way of using solar(太阳 的)power. You can do so much with animated cartoon. Look at Simon West’s idea for animated road signs. He uses pictures which appear to move as you go nearer to or farther from them. This isn’t a new idea. But it is new to use these pictures on road signs. “We found that people were more likely to see moving signs,” said Simon. So now, you can really see rocks falling, trains moving , horses running or a car falling over the edge of a cliff(悬崖). Quite a warning! The ideas in the competition were so inventive that we are surprised that British industry doesn’t ask more schoolchildren for suggestions. Perhaps this will be the start of “pupil power!” 61. The writer holds that people seldom ______. A. have bright ideas B. turn their bright ideas into reality C. make their life easier D. think of inventing something 62. The organizers of the competition hoped the schoolchildren who took part in it would _____. A. become good designers for future Britain B. invent something for immediate use C. design something useful for the next day D. win as many prizes as they could 63. Neil Hunt’s design would finally lead to the improvement of the way of _______. A. recording direct sunshine B. recording the hours of sunshine C. using the energy of the sun D. knowing how strong sunlight is 64. What’s the use of Simon West’s animated road signs? A. To warn people to be careful while working. B. To warn people on the roads of the danger ahead. C. To add to the beauty of a city. D. To help make a car trip more exciting. 65. The writer seems to be encouraging the British industry to ______. A. take better care of schoolchildren B. help schoolchildren in their studies C. stop asking schoolchildren for suggestions D. pay more attention to schoolchildren’s inventive power C Have you ever imagined what it would have been like to go on an old-time western cattle drive? The early cattle drives were long and hard-----and sometimes even dangerous. They took place because Texas ranchers wanted to get their beef cattle to people in northern cities. Railroads used for carrying the cattle did not go all the way into Texas at that time, however. The ranchers decided to solve their problem by hiring workers, called cowhands, to take the cattle to the railroad stops in Missouri, Kansas, and Colorado. The long cattle drives ended when the railroad lines were extended into Texas and other western lands. 66. The best title is ______. A. Cowhands B. How to Drive Cattle C. The Texas Cattle Drives D. The Texas Ranchers

A. your vocabulary C. your dictionary

67. Ranchers wanted to sell their cattle to people______. A. in the North B. in Missouri C. in the South D. on the plains 68. The workers who rode with the cattle were called______. A. railroad workers B. ranchers C. cowhands D. horseback riders 69. The story suggests that cattle drives ______. A. were exciting B. took a few days C. covered many miles D. are still common 70. The word “ extended ” in line eleven means ______. A. broken up B. made longer C. torn apart D. straightened out D You might think that “sodbusters ” are tools that bust sod . You’d be almost right. Sodbusters, however, were actually people. In the late 1800s, many people moved to the Midwest to settle on land that the United States government had offered for free. Upon arriving, the settlers found that there were no trees for building shelters. The ground, however, had a thick layer of knotted, matted roots below the grassy surface. This kind of soil is called sod. The early settlers cut the sod into large cubes(立方体). Then they used the cubes of sod to build their shelters. The settlers also had to break up the vast areas of hard sod so that they could farm the land. For these reasons, settlers in the Midwest became known as “sodbusters.” 71. The best title is ______. A. Who the Sodbusters Were B. Farming in the Midwest C. Building a Shelter D. How to Cut Sod 72. People moved to the Midwest to ______. A. find gold B. look for water C. settle on the land D. find adventure 73. Before they could farm the land, the settlers ______. A. broke up sod B. built barns C. dug up roots D. cut down trees 74. The settlers in the Midwest must have ______. A. wanted to hunt B. been lazy C. wanted to stay D. been bored 75. The word “matted” in line six means ______. A. grassy B. tightly tangled(缠在一起的) C. curly (卷曲的) D. soft 第二卷(共 45 分) 第一节:根据首字母,填入正确形式的单词或短语(10 分) 76. Over 200 people a________ the charity show. 77. I surf the internet every day to keep myself i______ of current afffairs. 78. Students are f______ to smoke in schools both in China and abroad. 79. I am quite a______ to have troubled you so many times. 80. In the world, some people often go on diet though they are not o______ at all. 81. Some day we can get education f______ ______. 82. Before his death Bajin d______ a lot of books and money ____ schools. 83.The two young men fought l______ ______ just for a seat on the bus. 84. She f______ her sister’s ______ and got the blue dress. 85. Most pills have s______ ______, so you ‘d better eat more fruit and vegetables to keep fit. 第二节:短文改错(共 10 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 10 分) On my first day to there, I decided to take a walk around the 86__________ city. Half an hour late, I couldn’t find the way back.. I 87__________ lost! Since I couldn’t speak French, I had to use 88__________ French. I stop a teenager and asked him the way in English. 89__________ To my surprised, he waved his hands and walked away. Then 90__________ a young lady did same thing. It seemed that everyone 91__________ refused to help me . At last an old man told me the way and 92__________ explained the reason that I couldn’t get help. He said 93__________ that most French people don’t like answering traveler’s 94__________

questions in French. However, I still think that the people 95__________ I stopped behaved rudely. Maybe I should begin to learn French. 第三节:书面表达(满分 25 分) 根据以下提示,写一篇介绍美国电视节目 Growing Pains 的短文。字数 100 左右。 1. Growing Pains 在 1985 到 1992 年间在电视播放。它讲述了 160 多个不同的故事。 2. 节目讲的是一个六口之家的事情。他们住在 New York 附*的 Long Island。 3. Mike,家中最大的孩子是这个节目成功的主要原因。他总是制造麻烦,但很招人 喜欢。最后他关心和帮助一个无家可归的小孩。这使得父母为他而自豪。 4. 这个节目受欢迎的另一原因是它的大部分故事都是关于普通家庭问题。

高一英语答案 1-20 CBAAC BACBC BBAAC CACCB 21-35 CCABC CAACC BDBCC 36-55 BDCAC ABDAB DBCAB BABDC 56-75 BDDAB BACBD CACCB ACACB 76 attended 77 informed 78 forbidden 79 ashamed 80 over-weight 81 for free/from abroad 82 donated to 83 like crazy 84 followed advice/followed example 85 side effects 86.to 87. late ;later 88. got/was 89. stop stopped 90. surprised surprise 91. the 92. 93. that why 94. traveler’s travelers’ 95. French English Writing The program Growing Pains was on shown on TV in America from 1985 to 1982.It told more than 160 different stories about a family of six. They lived on Long Island near New York. Mike, the eldest child of the family was the main cause of the program’s success. He always made troubles but he was interesting. In the end he helped and cared about a homeless child, which made his parents very proud of him. Another cause to make the program so popular was that most of the stories were about ordinary families.




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