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高中 一 年 英语 科试卷
命题学校：永泰一中 命题者：吴丽娟 复核者：林松 何燕
考试日期：7月4日 完卷时间：120分钟 满 分：l50分
第一部分 听力 (共两节，共20小题，每小题1.5分，满分30分)
1. How long has the man’s flight been delayed(延期)?
A. For thirty minutes. B. For one hour. C. For three hours.
2. Where is the man now?
A. In the basement. B. On the top floor. C. On the ground floor.
3. Which meal are the speakers about to have?
A. Breakfast. B. Lunch. C. Dinner.
4. What was the man probably doing just now?
A. Getting off a taxi. B. Buying a train ticket. C. Checking out from a hotel.
5. Where are the speakers?
A. At their home. B. At a restaurant. C. In a grocery store.
6. What’s the relationship between the speakers?
A. Neighbors. B. Husband and wife. C. Teacher and student.
7. Where does the woman’s daughter live now?
A. In the U.S. B. In England. C. In Australia.
8. How do the speakers sound?
A. Patient. B. Excited. C. Worried.
9. What are the speakers going to do?
A. See a movie. B. Call an ambulance. C. Go to the police station.
10. Why is there a traffic jam?
A. Because of an accident. B. Because of a soccer game. C. Because of the bad weather.
11. What is the woman doing?
A. Making a reservation. B. Designing a new office. C. Attending a dinner party.
12. What time does the restaurant open?
A. At 5:30. B. At 7:00. C. At 8:30.
13. Who is the woman going to have dinner with?
A. Her family. B. Her workmates. C. Her friends.
14. Where did the woman stay in northern Italy?
A. At a house in the city.
B. At a hotel in the village.
C. At a house in the countryside.
15. What made the woman go into town?
A. Dinner with her friends.
B. Dinner with her parents.
C. Dinner with her parents’ friends.
16. How did the woman spend most of her time in Italy?
A. Reading books.
B. Studying Italian.
C. Swimming in a river.
17. How is the woman’s Italian?
A. Very fluent. B. Very basic. C. Very poor.
18. When did Chuck Berry meet Muddy Waters?
A. Early in the 1950s. B. Early in 1955. C. Late in the 1960s.
19. Which song made Chuck Berry get a deal from Chess Records?
A. You Can Never Tell. B. Johnny B. Goode. C. Maybellene.
20. What did Chuck Berry do in 1958?
A. He opened a music club.
B. He stopped writing music.
C. He made an album for his wife.
As we all know, there are plenty of different parks to visit in the UK. All theme parks in Britain have cafes, restaurants, picnic areas and gift shops, so you'll still have plenty to see and do when you and the kids have been on enough rides. There are usually smaller “unfair” rides and games as well, so younger children won't get bored. Several theme parks also have other attractions next to them, e.g. water parks often open all year round, unlike the theme parks.
Whenever you are in Britain, there's likely to be a theme park within one or two hours’ drive, bus ride or train journey. Several theme parks even have accommodation(住宿) so you can stay for a day for two if you want to make a trip into a short holiday.
Prices for UK theme parks differ a lot: some have an entrance price which allows you to go on all the rides, while in others you have to pay for every ride separately. It can also make a difference whether you go during peak time or not. For example, tickets always cost more during school holidays and weekends than they do during the weekdays.
Theme parks always get very busy during the summer months, so if you don’t like crowds, it is usually a good idea to go earlier or later in the year!
If you're thinking of visiting a UK theme park, it's worth having a look for special offers on tickets. Products such as chocolate bars and cereals sometimes have “buy one get one free” offers on theme park tickets, so keep a look out in shops and supermarkets.
21. What can’t you do in the theme park according to the passage?
A. Have lunch. B. Have a skiing.
C. Enjoy special offers. D. Stay for the night.
22. What should you do if you are tired of crowds in the theme park?
A. Avoid the busiest months. B. Go there when no one is in it.
C. Choose one with few visitors. D. Go earlier or later in the daytime.
23. What is the passage intended to do?
A. Introduce famous theme parks.
B. Introduce the theme parks in the UK.
C. Tell the readers the prices of theme parks.
D. Tell the readers tips for visiting the theme park.
Tenzing left his home when he was ten to work and help his mother，who was looking after their 2-acre ancestral farm after his father’s death. He did temporary（临时的）jobs for the first few years and then joined a Malaysian construction（建筑）firm，where he learnt to drive，repair machines, work on the Internet and even speak English fluently.
“In those 13 years，I learnt everything—driving, mechanic work，and how to set up a small factory. This made me gain much confidence to do almost all jobs,” says Tenzing.
However, as his mother was getting older, on December 12, 2006, Tenzing returned to his hometown in Assam. Having visited several farms, he came to know that tea could be easily exported and many tea companies were buying tea; so he also decided to grow tea on his farm. But as his family had never grown tea, he had no idea how to do it.
Without specialized knowledge in this field, Tenzing went to meet with many tea experts and followed their instructions. But whenever he used pesticide (农药）on his farm, he’d get a headache and feel indisposed. So he started looking for other choices, Tenzing did his research online and finally in 2007, he connected with people from a Canadian non-governmental organization and invited them to his farm, where they trained him. Thus, Tenzing started growing tea organically.
Today Tenzing has 25 acres of land, in which 7.5 acres is used for tea planting, and he grows almost all types of fruits and vegetables. His success inspired many, and farmers from other parts of the country also started coming to his farm to learn organic farming. He has trained about 30,000 farmers so far. Every year almost 100 tourists visit his farm from many parts of the world like the UK, Australia, Germany, etc.
24. Why did Tenzing want to grow tea on his farm?
A. His mother was getting older. B. Tea sold very well at that time.
C. His land was best for tea growth. D. He was tired of temporary jobs.
25. What does the underlined word “indisposed” in Paragraph 4 probably mean?
A. Unfair. B. Prepared. C. Touched. D. Uncomfortable.
26. Which of the following could be the best title of this passage?
A. A Hot Tourist Attraction in Assam
B. The Biggest Tea Farm in Assam
C. Assam, A Success in Tea Exports
D. Tenzing, Assam’s First Organic Tea Farmer
A culture's values can be mirrored by its humor. Humor has been evaluated(评估) by many great minds such as Thomas Hobbes, who, in "On Nature", disliked humor, "Laughter is nothing else but sudden pleasure arising from sudden thought of feeling far better than others." He thought humor to be a negative(消极的) quality of human narrow-mindedness.
However, Mordechai Gordon, PhD of Education, insists, "Humor allows us to view the world from an position that is amusing rather than serious."I agree with Gordon. Learning to look at the world through humor is important.
In the United States, every four years an election occurs. Without humor as a way to express their feelings, how would Americans be willing to support the election? Television shows like "The Daily Show" have become important parts of American culture. They are mothering the common people by unknowingly inputting politics into our mouths. They make politics fun.
Of course, politics is only one type of humor. Social humor helps people through the twists and turns of the human condition. American pop culture encourages an unhealthy self image. On the topic of self-image, Hari Kondabolu stands out. He has a joke about the popular musical group "The Pussycat Dolls", describing their hit song "Don't Cha" as a negative representation of women. He points out an obvious illegal activity in American culture.
A study from Loyola University of Maryland has shown that humor is one determining reason for selecting a mating partner(配偶). Among other things, mates look for an outstanding funny bone in a potential(潜在的) partner.
Of course, humor is not always used for good purposes. Humor can be linked to rudeness and racism, but, like everything else, it has potential to unite human beings by allowing us to laugh at ourselves, our failures and our connection with one another.
Though life may seem hard and depressing at times, all I have to do is look in the mirror at my increased lines on my skin to know that there is a comedy out there that even Chaplin didn’t realize.
With that in mind, remember to laugh with humanity and sometimes at humanity.
27. According to Hobbes, humor_______.
A. resulted in narrow-mindedness of human beings
B. was for people to view the world from another angle
C. was only a way to laugh at others to make oneself feel better
D. had the power to mirror personal pleasure and national values
28. What is the author's attitude towards political humor?
A. Appreciative. B. Curious. C. Disappointed. D. Worried.
29. How is the fourth paragraph developed?
A. By example. B. By process. C. By comparison. D. By experiment.
30. What can we learn from the last two paragraphs?
A. Never be the one who laughs at other people.
B. Chaplin didn’t realize that he was laughed at.
C. The author feels helpless and sad about getting older.
D. The author is determined to face life with a sense of humor.
Each Indian tribe(部落) had a different language. Many Indians never learned any language except their own. Do you know how Indians from different tribes talked to each other? They had two ways to talk without sound. One way was by sign language and the other way by signals.
31 . Indians used sign language when they met strangers. In this way, they could find out whether the stranger was a friend or an enemy. In the Indian sign language, signs were made with the hands. Indians usually used signals when they wanted to send messages to someone far away. To make signals, an Indian might use a small horse. 32 . Or he might use smoke, a mirror or fire arrows.
To signal that he had seen many animals, an Indian rode his small horse in a large circle. 33 . This meant that there was danger.
The blanket signal could be seen from far away. An Indian held the corners of a blanket in his hands. Then he began to swing the blanket from side to side in front of him. 34 He could also send many signals with a mirror. He usually used the mirror to warn someone of danger. Or he tried to get the attention of a person far away. But he also used it to send messages in code(代码). Of course, mirrors could be used only when the sun was shining. 35 .
Now you can see that Indians didn’t need to learn each other’s language. They could talk to one another by using signals or sign language.
A. He might use a blanket
B. Different things mean differently to them
C. At night, Indians used fire arrows for signaling
D. But they still can make themselves understood
E. Sign language is a way of talking by using signs
F. An Indian could send many different signals with his blanket
G. Sometimes the Indian gave a signal like this and then went away to hide
第三部分 语言知识运用 （共四节， 满分60分）
第一节 完形填空 (共20小题；每小题1.5分，满分30分)．
We made a quick stop at a grocery store to pick up cupcakes for my daughter Norah’s fourth birthday. As an older gentleman walked by, Norah 36 and waved, “Hi, old person! It’s my
birthday today!” I 37 to him embarrassedly (尴尬地) for her 38 .
His expression softened as he replied “Hello, little lady! And how old are you today?” They 39 for a couple of minutes, with Norah 40 him in on the details of her birthday, and we went our 41 ways. But a few minutes later, Norah decided she really wanted a 42 with him. Uh. My cutest baby!
We cut back and found him at the 43 . “Excuse me, sir? She’d like to know if you’d take a photo with her,” I asked, 44 the man to be angry at my daughter’s strange request. 45 , I got the completely contrary 46 ! “A photo? With me?” But his expression rapidly changed from confused to delighted. So they posed together and then they 47 each other as if they were long lost friends. The precious 48 blocked other shoppers, making the shop a little 49 , but no one cared.
We thanked Mr. Dan（I knew his name later on）for his 50 . Now, Norah and Mr. Dan are more than just friends. We make 51 visits to see him because she 52 his being lonely. Mr. Dan says that his friendship with Norah helped to 53 his broken heart for his wife’s sudden death.
Sometimes talking to 54 turns into the most beautiful thing in the world. I think this 55 story brilliantly reminds us to see and hear people, so please share it with your loved ones!
36. A. talked B. asked C. begged D. smiled
37. A. disturbed B. reacted C. apologized D. explained
38. A. noise B. fantasy C. impoliteness D. consideration
39. A. stood B. chatted C. waited D. discussed
40. A. filling B. dropping C. calling D. putting
41. A. long B. narrow C. divided D. separate
42. A. photo B. break C. moment D. reunion
43. A. store B. street C. market D. supermarket
44. A. causing B. thinking C. expecting D. reminding
45. A. Finally B. Instead C. Besides D. Suddenly
46. A. reply B. relief C. response D. responsibility
47. A. hugged B. greeted C. supported D. encouraged
48. A. scenery B. statement C. sight D. scene
49. A. closed B. crowded C. depressed D. limited
50. A. time B. lesson C. effort D. project
51. A. rare B. formal C. official D. regular
52. A. cares for B. worries about C. thinks about D. prepares for
53. A. attend B. open C. mend D. touch
54. A. shoppers B. friends C. passengers D. strangers
55. A. strange B. inspiring C. particular D. unique
56. This reception hall is twice the (长) of the other.
57. The newly-built bridge has been put into use, r traffic jams.
58. When (靠近) the house, Holmes sensed something unusual.
59. A wise man should remain m and learn the strengths of others.
60. Jason Wu would much rather (导演) the film in his own way.
61. Having failed several times, he r not taking the professor’s advice.
62. In the shop, v kinds of souvenirs were on sale and I couldn’t decide which to buy.
63. He (滑) into a long explanation of the new phrase, which made me even more confused.
64. An increasing number of stars make a new g —finger heart—to show their love to their fans.
65. The documentary Amazing China presents the great (成就) China has made over the past few years.
She found it Warrior Wolf II despite a low income.
It me that this building might the Catholic Church.
None of them got to the small hut, nor they
people will your performance, stay optimistic.
The old man you his motherland the enemy in his own way when he was young.
Wu Zetian, the only woman emperor (皇帝)to rule ancient China, is considered as one of the most 71 (power) women in Chinese history.
She was born into a wealthy family with great beauty and intelligence. This beautiful girl, unlike others in ancient China, 72 (be) in favour of reading and often travelled around the country with her father when she was young, 73 increased her knowledge and developed her gifts. When she was about fourteen, she 74 (send) to the palace and married 75 the Emperor. After many difficulties and hardships, she 76 (successful) made herself queen. A few years after Emperor Gaozong died, Wu Zetian changed the name of the dynasty Tang to Zhou, and became Empress. 77 seemed like a hard task for women to be rulers in ancient times, but Wu Zetian succeeded. Not only did she support economic and cultural 78 (develop) and improve people’s living quality, 79 she also encouraged girls to go to school.
Wu Zetian died at the age of 82, 80 (leave) a gravestone without any words on it. Although the Zhou dynasty only lasted for one generation, it marked an important period in Chinese history.
76.__________77.___________ 78.___________ 79.__________80.__________
81. In his twenties, he leads an even harder life.
82. It was his facial expression which gave him away.
83. Mother’s hug and words put the anxious boy at an ease.
84. As far as I am concerned, the film is a true humorous one.
85. Taking deep breaths and counting down helped rid him anger.
86. Up to now, new equipments together with a new employee has been in place.
87. They entered the hall whispered to each other and took their seat in the corner.
88. He is the only one of these actors who focus on advancing knowledge after work.
89. Facing misunderstandings, he is still convincing that one good turn deserves another.
90. With his subtle acting, there was no wonder that he became known as the little tramp.
3. 参考词汇： 帖：post 家教：tutor 推荐：recommend vt.
I’ve learned from your post that you are looking for a tutor to help your daughter learn Chinese.
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21-23 BAB 24-26 BDD 27-30 CAAD 31-35 EAGFC
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56. length 57.reducing 58.approaching 59.modest 60.direct
61. regretted 62.various 63.slid 64.gesture 65.achievements
66. worthwhile to star in 67. hit; be modeled/modelled after
68. close; were likely to 69. Whatever comments; make on/upon
70. referred to defended; against
71. powerful 72. was 73. which 74.was sent 75. to
76. successfully 77. It 78. development 79. but 80. leaving
81. leads改为led 82.which改为that
83. an去掉 84.true改为truly
85. anger前面添加of 86.equipments改为equipment
87.whispered改为whispering 88. focus改为focuses
89. convincing改为 convinced 90. there改为it
书面表达 （满分20分）One possible sample
I’ve learned from your post that you are looking for a tutor to help your daughter learn Chinese. So I’m writing to recommend myself.
I’m Li Hua, a Senior One student. As an elder sister/brother in my family, I take good care of my little sister/brother. Besides, I have a really good command of Chinese. Not only can I speak Chinese fluently but I am good at writing. More importantly, I know many interesting ways to practise Chinese, which will obviously keep your daughter interested in learning Chinese.
If there is any additional information you require, please contact me at 12345678. I will be very grateful if you can give me a chance to be a tutor.
Looking forward to your reply.
W: What are you still doing here? Don’t you have a flight to catch in an hour?
M: No. My flight has been delayed for three hours. The plane takes off at 6:30 now.
W: Hey, I just entered the building. Do you want to meet on the ground floor and go up together?
M: I just parked my car in the basement. Let’s just meet on the top floor.
W: I saw a new restaurant near the office this morning. Do you want to get some food from there together before our afternoon meeting begins?
M: Maybe some other time. I bring my own lunch today.
W: Thank you for staying with us. Is there anything else I can help you with?
M: Actually, yes. Could you help me get a taxi? I’m going to the train station.
M: Could you pass me the salt and pepper, please?
W: Of course. Here’s the salt. The pepper is all gone. Let’s ask the waiter to bring some more from the kitchen.
M: Hi, my name is Davis. I just moved in next door, so I thought I’d say hi and introduce myself.
W: Hello, Davis. I’m Nancy. Nice to meet you.
M: Pleasure to meet you, Nancy.
W: You’re not from around here, are you? I can tell from your accent.
M: Hah, you’re right. I’m from the U.S., and my wife is English. But we just moved back here from Australia. My wife and I are both teachers, you see.
W: Wow! I just visited my daughter in Australia. She moved there two years ago.
W: The traffic is horrible! What’s going on?
M: Yeah. We haven’t moved for half an hour now.
W: Do you think there’s an accident up ahead?
M: I don’t think so. I haven’t heard any ambulance or police car coming.
W: You’re right. But this is just ridiculous! We’re going to miss our movie.
M: What time does the movie start again?
W: Half past eight. We’ve only got 30 minutes before it starts now.
M: Let’s turn on the radio. Maybe we’ll learn about what’s happening here from one of the stations... Ah! There’s a soccer game tonight, and we’re on the road to the stadium.
W: Oh, no!
W: Hi. I would like to make a reservation for a group of thirteen for this Saturday evening.
M: Certainly. May I ask what time?
W: Is seven o’clock okay? And I would like to book a private room if that’s possible.
M: Please hold for a second. I’ll check it for you.
W: No problem. Thank you.
M: Well, I’m afraid all of our private rooms have been reserved at around seven on Saturday. You could, however, reserve one of the private rooms at an earlier or later time. Would that work for you?
W: Okay. What’s available?
M: Either 5:30 as we open or 8:30.
W: Hmm...5:30 is too early. It’s a company dinner so everybody will still be in the office then. I’ll take the 8:30.
M: Excellent. May I take your name?
W: It’s Ms. Cole.
M: How was your summer?
W: It was great! I spent about two weeks in northern Italy with my mom and dad.
M: Oh, I envy you! Did you stay at a hotel?
W: No, we didn’t. My parents bought a holiday house there a few years ago.
M: That sounds so wonderful! Is it in the city?
W: It’s in the countryside. But our village is very close to the nearest town.
M: Did you often go into town, then?
W: No, not so much. We stayed mostly in and around the house. The only times we went into town were to meet with my parents’ friends for dinner.
M: So what did you do around the house?
W: I spent most of my time reading by a river nearby the house. It’s really beautiful there and many local people swam in it every day.
M: Do you have friends there?
W: Yeah, a couple. They would teach me Italian every time I’m there, and I would help them with their English.
M: How’s your Italian?
W: I could have simple conversations with people, but I’m far from fluent.
Chuck Berry was one of the most important rock and roll performers in the music history. He is known for songs including Rock and Roll Music and Johnny B. Goode. Born on 18 October, 1926 in Missouri, Chuck Berry was introduced to music at school at an early age. In the middle of the 1950s, he began taking trips to Chicago and New York, in search of a music career. Early in 1955, he met the famous musician Muddy Waters, who suggested that Berry go meet with a company called Chess Records. A few weeks later, Berry wrote the song Maybellene and took it to the people at Chess. They immediately offered him a deal, and within months, the song had become popular across the country. In 1958, Berry opened his own music club, but he never stopped writing music. Throughout the 1960s, he wrote a bunch of popular songs including You Can Never Tell, Promised Land, and Dear Dad. Berry continued to produce music, and in 2016 on his 90th birthday, he announced that he had plans to release a new album for his wife.
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