高 一 英语 试 卷
1. How is the weather today?
A. Sunny. B. Cloudy C.Rainy.
2. What is the man looking for?
A. A good hotel. B. A guidebook. C. A friend.
3. What does the woman want to drink first?
A. A cup of coffee. B. Orange juice. C. Lemonade.
4. What will the speakers do tonight?
A. Go to the cinema. B.Go to a restaurant. C. Go to a concert.
5. Where is the woman now?
A. In a bank. B. On a bus. C. At a train station.
6. What does the woman need now?
A. Some food. B. Some water. C. A good rest.
7. Why are the speakers hiking?
A. To reduce weight. B. To see animals. C.To enjoy the scenery.
8. Which train will the man take?
A.The 10:30 one. B. The 12:20 one. C.The 15:10 one.
9. How much will the man pay for his seat?
A. $15. B. $8. C. $6.
10. What's the problem with the woman's room?
A. The room is too small. B.There is no air conditioner.
C. There is no hot water.
11. What does the woman want to do?
A. Check out. B. Change the room. C. Ask for a discount.
12. When will the woman’s requirement be satisfied?
A. Tonight. B. Tomorrow morning. C. Tomorrow night.
13. Why did the woman go to New York?
A.To teach in the US. B.To attend a summer camp.
C.To attend a summer course.
14. How long did the woman stay in New York?
A. About 5 days. B. About 15 days. C. About 50 days.
15.In what way are American classes different from the speakers'？
A. The teaching style. B. The teaching material. C. The teaching facility.
16. What's the probable relationship between the speakers?
A. Classmates. B. Father and daughter. C. Teacher and student.
17. Where did the speaker's sister go?
A. To the barber’s. B. To the tailor’s. C. To the doctor's.
18. How did the speaker get the video?
A. He bought it. B. He rented it. C. He borrowed it.
19. How old is the speaker probably?
A.9 years old. B.20 years old. C.29 years old.
20. What do we know about the film?
A.It has a happy ending. B.The dogs in it live on the street.
C. Everybody who sees it will cry.
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21. Which of the following magazines saves the most money?
A. Dog Fancy B.Modern Dog C. Dog World D. Bark
22. Dog world is recommended for its _________.
A. good paper quality B. fashionable cover C. low price D. wonderful articles
23. According to the text, Modern Dog ________.
A. has lovely dog pictures on the cover B. has interviews with famous people
C. has some photos but no articles D. is interesting but not helpful
24. What is the purpose of the text ?
A. To introduce some cheap magazines.
B. To tell us what magazines are good for different readers.
C. To show us how to raise dogs.
D. To introduce some magazines about dogs.
We human beings haven’t been good friends to animals. For thousands of years, we have been polluting the environment, making it hard for animals to live on the planet. We have been killing animals for their fur, feathers or meat, or simply because they are dangerous. As a result, many kinds of animals have disappeared forever. Hundreds more are on the endangered list today.
Should we care about animals? Of course we should. If animals of a certain kind all disappear, they will never come back again. Animals are more than just resources of things we need. Every kind of animal has its place in the balance of nature. Destroying any kind of animal can lead to many problems. For example, when farmers killed large numbers of hawks(鹰), the corn and grain that the farmers stored were destroyed by rats and mice. Why? Because hawks eat rats and mice. With less and less hawks to keep down their numbers, rats and mice multiplied(繁殖) quickly. And if people kill too many birds, more and more insects will eat the crops.
Luckily, we’ve realized that we shouldn’t kill animals any more. And people are working hard to save those animals that would disappear soon. The government also passed laws to protect the endangered animals. In fact, quite a few countries have passed such laws. These laws forbid the killing of any kind of animal on the endangered list. We should try our best to protect and save the endangered animals.
25. The text calls on us to__________.
A. protect the endangered animals.
B. find out more about the balance of nature.
C. keep animals grow quickly.
D. protect the environment.
26. The example that farmers killed hawks shows that__________.
A. there were too many rats and mice
B. animals are very beautiful and interesting.
C. every kind of animal is important in nature .
D. animals are good food resources
27. What is the author’s attitude towards the future of endangered animals ?
A. Doubtful B. Uncaring C. Optimistic D. Negative
Sudha Chandran，a classical dancer from India，had to have her right leg cut after a car accident．She was also cut off on her bright career(事业) road．
However，she didn't stop struggling．In the painful three months that followed，Sudha met a doctor who had an operation on her leg．So strongly she wanted to go back to dancing after she had been fitted with a man-made leg．Sudha knew that she believed in herself and could realize her dream，so she began her brave journey back to the world of dancing-learning to balance，bend，stretch，walk，and turn．
After every public recital（个人表演），she would ask her dad about her performance．"You still have a long way to go"was the answer she used to get in return．In January 1984，Sudha gained popularity again by giving a public recital in Bombay．She performed in such a great manner that it moved everyone to tears and this performance pushed her to the number one position again．That evening when she asked her dad the same question，he didn't say anything．He just touched her feet as a praise．
Sudha's comeback was so touching that a film producer decided to make the story into a film，which has moved more and more people．
When someone asked Sudha how she had managed to dance again，she said quite simply，"YOU DON'T NEED FEET TO DANCE．”Nothing is impossible in this world．If you have the will to win，you can achieve anything．”
28. What can we learn about Sudha Chandran from Paragraph 1？
A. She had a traffic accident on a highway．
B. She got her legs injured while dancing．
C. She lost her job because of her leg．
D. She used to be well-known in India．
29. How did Sudha’s father react to her performance at first?
A. He thought highly of it. B. He simply encouraged her to do better.
C. He didn’t care about it at all. D. He worried about her feet.
30．Sudha's performance in Bombay .
A. was based on a hit film.. B. attracted a great number of audience
C. turned out to be a great success. D. was supported by a film producer
31．What does the story tell us ?
A. He who smiles last smiles best． B. Where there is a will，there is a way．
C. Failure is the mother of success． D. Hope for the best and prepare for the worst.
Time spent in a bookshop can be most enjoyable,whether you are a book lover or just go there to buy a book as a present.You may even have entered the shop just to find shelter from a sudden shower.Whatever the reason is ,you can soon get lost in reading . You soon become attracted in some book or other,and usually it is only much later that you realize you have spent far too much time there and must rush off to keep some forgotten appointment(约会)-without buying a book,of course.
This opportunity to escape the realities of everyday life is,I think,the main attraction of a bookshop.There are not many places where it is possible to do this. A music shop is very much like a bookshop.You can wander round such a place freely. If it is a good shop,no assistant will walk close to you with the greeting "Can I help you,sir?" You needn't buy anything you don't want. In a bookshop an assistant should stay in the background until you have finished reading.Then,and only then,are his services necessary.
Once, a medical student had to read a textbook which was far too expensive for him to buy. He couldn’t get it from the library and the only copy he could find was in a certain bookshop. Every afternoon, therefore, he would go along to the shop and read a little of the book at a time. One day, however, he was disappointed to find the book missing from its usual place. He was about to leave, when he noticed the owner of the shop beckoning to him. Expecting to be told off, he went towards him. To his surprise, the owner pointed to the book which was hidden in a corner. “I put it there in case someone else bought it!” he said, and left the delighted student to continue his reading.
32. The author thinks that the assistant in a bookshop should .
A. keep asking customers what they need
B. greet customers pleasantly and warmly
C. help the readers to find the books they want
D. avoid bothering the customers when they are reading
33. The underlined part “beckoning to” (Paragraph 3) probably means .
A. waving to B. keeping an eye on C. shouting at D. laughing at
34. The owner of the bookshop was described as .
A. outgoing B. helpful C. selfish D. strict
35. The author told a story in the last paragraph to .
A. show us an example of a good bookshop
B. tell us the importance of reading
C. attract customers into the bookshop
D. describe a poor student’s life
Are you new to experiencing relationships? Well，let me give you advice on how to have a healthy relationship with your partners.
Be an honest person with them. Don't hide things from them，and don't lie. Don't be afraid to say things that aren't very flattering about yourself. Getting them to trust you is the most important element in any relationship. If there's no trust，there's nothing there. 36
37 .Now，respect isn't just simply treating them nicely. There' s a lot more to it. You have to learn to adjust to their liking. Basically，learn to study your partners' moods,wants and needs. Don't just think about yourself，but think about what your partners need as well.
Make sure you are encouraging to your partners. Always be willing to help them and give them honesty and positive at the time. Make them feel you are someone they can really count on (指望)and build a future with. 38
Make sure you have a good sense of humor with them. Laughter is the key to happiness. Laugh a lot with them，and joke with them. Laughter may seem silly，but it's the secret to a lot in life. It will keep the sparks alive. 39
Make sure the communication is good. This usually goes along with trust，so always communicate how you feel even if it's something that upsets you. 40 If they did something that made you unhappy，tell them about it in a respectful manner．It's important to communicate this to them，not to keep it bottled up.
A. Make sure you give them respect.
B. Laughter keeps the relationship strong and lasting.
C. Your partners will be able to count on you when necessary
D. Show them your personality.
E. So please be honest and they'll learn to open up to you.
F. Don't start to neglect them and make them feel unwanted.
G. Instead of screaming,talk to them.
第一节 完形填空（共20 小题，每小题1.5分 ，满分30分）
I was shopping in a supermarket last night when I saw a homeless woman with a trolley（手推车） full of all her things. She was sitting inside to keep 41 . I went up to her and tried to give her 42 for something to eat. She wouldn’t 43 it. I said I wanted to help her, 44 she said that if enough money was given to her that day and she had money on her, other homeless people would 45 it from her while she slept.
I 46 that I wanted to help her and asked if I could buy her something warm. 47 , she said no. She thanked me and said how 48 she was that I had spoken to her and offered 49 . We introduced ourselves and she said that when I saw her the next time, she would 50 accept help.
I walked out into the cold winter 51 and gave the money to a homeless man who was freezing. I asked him his name, 52 I always want to know, and I told him mine. He appeared to have had a drinking or drug problem, but I was 53 that he accepted my help.
I had this 54 that stayed with me. I felt that I had been in the presence of someone really special earlier. I always 55 what it would be like to be in a homeless person’s shoes, I know how 56 I am and how grateful I am for what I 57 in my life.
I learned a valuable 58 from the lady I met: Not all 59 people will take money or help if they feel enough has been given to them that day. She was grateful for the day. I will make sure I 60 her again.
41. A .calm B. healthy C. warm D. energetic
42. A. time B. choice C. freedom D. money
43. A. eat B. make C. take D. receive
44. A. but B. or C. so D. and
45. A. spend B. hide C. find D. steal
46. A. agreed B. explained C. apologized D. wondered
47. A. Besides B. Again C. Instead D. Thus
48. A. curious B. proud C. grateful D. regretful
49. A. help B. food C. strength D. advice
50. A. generously B. willingly C. slightly D. politely
51. A. morning B. noon C. afternoon D. night
52. A. because B. when C. unless D. though
53. A. astonished B. sure C. glad D. puzzled
54. A. hope B. feeling C. belief D. courage
55. A. imagine B. believe C. expect D. remember
56. A. lucky B. unique C. serious D. confident
57. A. observe B. support C. respect D. own
58. A. fact B. lesson C. quality D. subject
59. A. lonely B. hungry C. homeless D.helpless
60. A. call B. ask C. follow D. meet
Do you like trying different things? Are you afraid 61 things that you think you’re bad at?
Last year I started to learn Tai Chi (太极)in order to improve my health and reduce my stress. It was something new for me, and I found it to be quite difficult, very 62 (difference) from anything I’d ever learned before. Small 63 （move） are important in Tai Chi. I was used to being fast and active , 64 to learn Tai Chi I had to learn patience. Now I’ve found that I’m a much more patient person than before, and Tai Chi isn’t nearly as difficult as it 65 (be ) before.
We tend 66 (like) things we are good at — that’s normal. For example, I’m naturally very good at badminton and tennis, but I’m very bad at anything 67 involves keeping balance, such as skating, skiing and gymnastics. Tai Chi has 68 (great) improved my balance which has been a very good thing for me.
My point is that you can keep 69 (do) the things you know you’re good at and live in your comfort zone, or you can try something new. If you don’t try new things, you’ll never know what it would be like to try something new to challenge 70 (you). It will definitely pay off in the end.
第一节 短文改错 （共 10题 ，每小题1分，满分 10分）
Jim is a Australian boy who has been lived in our city for over two years. I still remember the morning when he came into our class, wear a cap and a pair of sunglasses. He waved to us with grace and introduce himself with a sweet smile, which made us to feel pleased. We gave him a warm welcome. And immediate Jim became our great friend.
Now Jim and we play together, chat with each other and go out picnics. Also, we ride bikes in the country or go hike in the mountains. Sometimes we play game on the playground. Jim likes it here and often says it is like being at home, but that is what we wish.
假如你叫李华， 你所在学校的英语俱乐部（English Club）将举行一个英语晚会， 你准备邀请你的外国朋友John一同参加。请根据以下内容要点给John写一封邀请信。
晚会时间 ： 6：30 地点：学校大厅(the school hall)。
How is everything going?
1—5 BABCB. 6—10 BAACC. 11—15 BBCCA 16—20 ACBCA
21—25 ADBDA 26—30 CCDBC 31—35BDABA 36—40 EACBG
第一节 完形填空（共20 小题，每小题1.5分 ，满分30分）
41—45 CDCAD 46—50 BBCAB 51—55 DACBA 56—60 ADBCD
61 .of 62. different 63.movements 64. but 65. was
66 .to like 67 .that 68. greatly 69. doing 70. yourself
第一节 短文改错 （共 10题 ，每小题1分，满分 10分）
1. a改为an 2.lived改为living
3.wear改为wearing 4. introduce改为introduced
5. to去掉 6. immediate改为immediately
7.out 后加上 for 8. hike改为hiking
9. game改为games 10. but改为and
A possible version:
How is everything going? I am writing to invite you to attend an English evening party held by our school’s English Club. The party will start at 6:30 p.m. this Friday evening in our School Hall. （提出邀请）
At the party there will be a variety of wonderful activities that you can’t miss.（高分句型一） Not only will you be able to appreciate brilliant singing and dancing performances, but also you may participate in some interesting English games in person.（高分句型二） In addition, this is also a good chance for you to know some new Chinese friends and talked about Chinese culture with them. I bet you will have great fun here!（介绍晚会的时间、地点以及活动的内容和John可以得到的好处）
Looking forward to your reply!（期盼对方的回复）
M. What’s the weather forecast for today?
W. Cloudy in the morning , also cloudy in the afternoon.
M: Any rain?
W: No, but I wouldn’t be surprised if it rained tomorrow.
W: Do you know any good hotels?
M: My guidebook says there are lots. But I can’t find any one of them.
M: A cup of coffee sounds good, doesn’t it?
W: Yes, but I think I’ll have orange juice first.
M: Do you feel like having anything to eat?
W.Well, I think I’ll try the pancakes.
M. How about going to hear a concert tonight？
W: I’d enjoy that.
M: I’ll pick you up around 8:00.
W: OK. I’ll see you then.
W: Does this bus go to the train station?
M: No. You’ll have to get off at the bank and take another bus.
W: How long is the ride?
M: About ten minutes.
W: Let's stop hiking for a while, Henry, I am too thirsty. I need some water.
M: Hiking here along the mountain path is hard, especially on a hot day like this.
W: I cant believe we haven’t seen any animals.
M: But I dont want to see any wild animals. We’re hiking to lose weight, not to see
goats or bears.
W: I bet I’ve lost a couple of pounds already.
M: Well, all you’ve lost is some sweat.
M: When is the next train to Washington?
W:Let me see ... the train to Washington... hereit is ...daily except Sunday at
10:30,12:20 and 15:10.
M: Aren't there any trains before 10;30?
W : Sorry, there aren't.
M: Then a one- way ticket to Washington at 10:30.
W :A soft seat or a hard one?
M: How much is a soft seat?
W: $ 15. And for a hard one, only $ 6.
M: Then one hard seat, please.
W: OK. Here is your change. The train is standing at platform 8.
W :I’m sorry to bother you but there’s a problem with my room.
M. What can I do for you, madam?
W: Well, to begin with, the hot water isn’t working.
M: I’ll have someone see to that right away.
W: I need a room with a good view and an Internet connection. This one has neither. I
want to change the room.
M: I’m so sorry that our hotel is full up tonight. I can, however, offer you a discount.
W: I’m sorry. That won't do.
M.If you don't mind waiting. we can give you tonight’s room for free and change
another room for you tomorrow morning.
W: That would be great. Thank you very much.
M: Hi, Joan. I heard that you went to the US during the holiday.
W: Yes, I went to New York to attend a summer course in English.
M: Wow, you were lucky! How long did you stay there?
W: About 50 days. I went there on July5th and came back on August 25th.
M: How about the course?
W:The course was very good.
M: And the teachers?
W:They were nice. They taught us to listen. speak, read and write in English.
M: What interesting thing did you find?
W. One was that the American classes are different from our classes here because they’re veryfree. You can sit anywhere you like in the classroom. You can ask the teacher questions at anytime during the class, and you are welcome to share your ideas with the class.
M: How interesting! Maybe our teacher should try that teaching style.
I saw a really good video last night when I was taking care of the kids. My sister asked me to look after my two nieces for a couple of hours while she went to the doctor's. They're both nine yearsold; they’re twins. I know they love watching films, so on my way to my sister’s house I went to the video shop and rented a “Walt Disney Classics” video. I saw it myself 20 years ago when I was their age, so I was sure they’d enjoy it, and I was right. My nieces love dogs and the film is about two dogs. They sat in front of the TV for over an hour without moving! It ’s a complex love story because one of the dogs lives in the rich part of town and is very carefully looked after and has everything a dog could want, but the other is a street dog which lives on the poor side of town and has nothing. So it's a bit like Romeo and Juliet! Although there are some sad moments when my nieces both cried, there's a happy ending. Everybody who’s seen the film always remembers the last scene.
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