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高二英语上册期中考试试卷(带答案)

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金华一中2011学年第一学期期中考试试题
        高二  英语
                            
第I卷(选择题,共100分)
第一部分:听力(共两节, 满分20分)
    做题时, 先将答案标在试卷上, 录音内容结束后, 你将有两分钟的时间将试卷上的答案转涂到客观题答题卡上。
第一节
听下面五段对话。 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. When will the machine be delivered?
A. Monday morning      B. Tuesday afternoon.   C. Wednesday morning.
2.Why did the speakers go to the park?
      A. To get a parking place.  B. To get free tickets.    C. To see famous singers.
3.  How does the man feel in the end?
      A. Sorry.               B. Disappointed        C. Excited
4.  What will the woman do next?
      A. Check some numbers.  B. Prepare some documents. C. Buy some calculators.
5.  What does the woman do?
      A. A teacher.              B. An office clerk       C.  A baby-sitter.
第二节
听下面5段对话或独白。 每段对话或独白后有2至4个小题, 从题中所给的A、B.C三个选项中选出最佳选项,并标在试卷相应的位置。听每段对话或独白前,你将有5秒钟的时间阅读各个小题;听完后,各小题将给出5秒钟的作答时间。每段对话或独白读两遍。 
听第六段材料,回答第6至8题。 
6.What does the man think of the group?
    A. They are very active.    B. They are very kind.    C. They are generous.
7.  How soon will the group meet again?
    A. In one week.          B. In one month.         C. In two months.
8.  Why won’t they meet sooner?
    A. Many will go on holiday.  B. Many are busy with work. C. They live far away.
听第7段材料, 回答第9至11题。
9. What does the woman run?
A. A cafe.                B. A clothes shop        C. A flower shop
10. When does she feel excited?
    A. When she sells things.
B. When she sees TV stars.
C. When she takes photos with stars.
11. What does she think of the reporters?
    A. They are annoying.  B. They are considerate. C. They are wonderful.
听第8段材料, 回答第12至14题。
12. Why shouldn’t the man take the Big One?
    A. It isn’t good to his health. B. He can’t eat so much. C. It is too expensive.
13. What will the man have?
    A. Sausage.             B. Ham             C. Yogurt.

14. What will the woman get for the man next?
    A. A bunch of flowers.     B. Light & Easy.      C. Some newspaper.
听第9段材料, 回答第15至17题。
15. How much weight has the woman gained?
    A. Half a pound.         B. One and a half pounds   C. Two pounds.
16. What is the man most concerned about?
    A. Health               B. Figure.               C. Confidence.
17. What will the woman do next?
    A. Take weight-loss pills.  B. Start exercising.        C. Go on a diet.
听第10段材料, 回答第18至20题。
18. What did the dotted line indicate?
    A. A road to be built     B. A road being built       C.  An existing road.
19. Who was driving the car?
    A. The woman.         B. Another traveler.        C. The man.
20. Why couldn’t the woman see the map?
    A. There was too much dust. 
B. It was totally dark. 
C. The wind was blowing fiercely.
第二部分: 英语知识运用(共两节,满分30分)
第一节:单项填空(共20小题;每小题0.5分, 满分10分)
        从ABCD四个选项中, 选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项, 并在答题卡上将该选项涂黑。
21. All things ______, the planned trip will have to be called off.
   A. be considered   B. considering  C. having considered  D. considered
22. I feel it is your husband who ______ for the spoilt child.
   A. is to blame  B. is going to blame  C. is to be blamed  D. should blame
23. When he woke, he found himself ______ on a chair, with his hands ______ back.
   A. seated, tying   B. sitting; tying   C. sat; tied    D. seated; tied
24. The team ______10 experts from different universities.
   A. is consisted of   B. consists of   C. made up of   D. makes up
25. Don’t try to drive in a snowstorm as you may lose ______ of the road.
   A. view   B. sight   C. eye   D. vision
26. She ______ the knowledge of English by careful study.
   A. acquired   B. finished   C. concluded    D. achieved 
27. Between the two rows of trees ______ the teaching building.
   A. stand   B. stands    C. standing    D. are
28. Tom kept quiet about the accident ______ lose his job.
   A. so not as to   B. so as not to   C. so as to not   D. not so as to
29. Only when I left my parents for Italy ______ how much I loved them.
   A. I realized  B. I had realized   C. had I realized  D. did I realize
30. Compared to other students, he is ______ student.
   A. a most satisfied   B. a most satisfying  C. a more satisfying  D. the more satisfying
31. –Why did the police take him away?
   --Because he was ______ stealing.
   A. accused for   B. accused to  C. accused of   D. accused at
32. The young man ______ in studying paid no attention to the outside world.
   A. involved   B. involving   C. to be involved   D. being involved
33. The bad policy of the new government has put the economy of the country into a more difficult ______.
   A. occasion   B. situation    C. case    D. background
34. Finding information in today’s world is easy. The ______ is how you can tell whether the information you get is useful or not.
   A. ability    B. competition   C. challenge   D. knowledge
35. –I can’t repair these until tomorrow, I’m afraid.
   --That’s OK, there’s ______ .
   A. no problem   B. no wonder   C. no doubt    D. no hurry
36. Because of ______ construction materials, the project had to be put off.
   A. lacking of    B. lacking   C. being lacked   D. lack
37. –Which team is ______ to win the game?
   --I don’t know, but I’ve found ______ that ours will win.
   A. probable; it unlikely  B. likely; it possible  C. possible; it possible  D. likely; possibly
38. Standing at the top of the hill, we saw the train gradually ______ and disappeared in the distance.
   A. swept up   B. picked up   C. put up   D. speeded up 
39. ______ with so much trouble, we failed to complete the task on time.
   A. Faced  B. Face   C. Facing   D. To face  
40. Plan your shopping ______time. Avoid last-minute rushes to the grocery store when you are hungry.
   A. in front of   B. out of   C. ahead of   D. apart from 
第二节:完形填空(共20小题;每小题1分, 满分20分)
        阅读下面短文,掌握其大意,然后从41—60 各题所给的四个选项(A、B、C和D)中,选出最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该选项标号涂黑。
When I was young, my parents ran a snack bar in our small town.
 One evening in early April, my mother told me to fill in at the snack bar __  41 __  a worker who had the flu. I told her I would mess it up, __  42__   I had never worked at the bar before. I __43___   that instead of making money, I would end up owing it.
  “You can do it,” said my mother, “ __44__ , you won’t get much business until lunch.”
  “But I’ll never remember the orders, and I’m no good  __ 45__   money. Please, Mom, don’t __ 46__  me.
  “Then I’ll help you,” she said.
  I shrugged my shoulders. I thought my mother’s __47___   was a bad one, but I __48___ .
  When I got to the bar the next day, I found my mother was ___49___ . Because the weather that day was rainy and cold, people wanted hot snacks and drinks. ___50___ , I was really slow at taking the orders and making change. The line of people grew, and everybody seemed ___51___  , I was so nervous that my hands shook, and I __52___  a cup into pieces. What a mess! Then my mother came to  __53___  me, and she also showed me how to make __54___  . If someone gave me $ 5 for something that cost $ 3.25, I handed over __55___   quarters and a dollar and said, “75 cents makes four dollars, plus one dollar makes five.” Things went more __56___   after that.
  By the end of the day, I could remember orders,  ___57____  the bill, and make change quickly with a smile. I was even a little  __58___  when the sun came out and dried up business. My mother said she was proud of me, and when she  ___59___  that I work at the snack bar again next year, I did not even shrug. I was too busy  __60__   the restaurant I would open one day.
41. A. to          B. for           C. after         D. over
42. A. because        B. though         C. until         D. while
43. A. promised       B. noticed        C. worried        D. hoped
44. A. Therefore      B. However      C. Besides        D. Yet
45. A. of           B. on             C. about       D. with
46. A. blame         B. fool           C. frighten       D. make
47. A. idea            B. bar            C. day          D. answer
48. A. guessed         B. obeyed        C. begged        D. admitted
49. A. angry         B. sad           C. wrong      D. ashamed
50. A. At least       B. At last      C. At most       D. At first
51. A. surprised       B. impolite        C. pleased       D. impatient
52. A. damaged       B. destroyed     C. broke       D. ruined
53. A. scold          B. help          C. beat          D. save
54. A. money        B. lunch        C. coffee      D. change
55. A. two            B. three         C. four          D. five
56. A. smoothly       B. fairly         C. simply      D. conveniently
57. A. turn in       B. count out     C. take over     D. add up
58. A. discouraged   B. disturbed     C. disappointed  D. distrusted
59. A. thought       B. stated          C. announced     D. suggested
60 .A. imagining      B. preparing      C. examining   D. describing
第三部分:阅读理解(共25题;每小题2分,满分50分)
阅读下列短文,从题中所给的四个选项(A、B、C和D)中, 选出最佳选项, 并在答题卡上将该选项标号涂黑。
                           A
Nervous suspects(嫌疑犯) locked up in Britains newest police station may feel relieved by a pleasant yellow colour on the door. If they are close to confessing a crime, the blue on the wall might tip the balance.
 Gwent Police have abandoned colours such as greys and browns of the 20th-century police cell(牢房) and have used colour psychology to decorate them.
  Ystrad Mynach station, which recently opened at a cost of£5 million, has four cells with glass doors for prisoners who suffer from claustrophobia(幽闭恐怖症). Designers have painted the frames yellow, which researchers say is a calming colour. Other cells contain a royal blue line because psychologists believe that the colour is likely to encourage truthfulness.
   The station has 31 cells, including 12 with a “live scan” system for drunken or disturbed prisoners, which detects the rise and fall of their chest. An alarm alerts officers if a prisoners breathing stops and carries on ringing until the door is opened.
  Designers and psychologists have worked for years on colour. Blue is said to suggest trust, efficiency, duty, logic, coolness, thinking and calm. It also suggests coldness and unfriendliness. It is thought that strong blues will stimulate clear thought and lighter, soft colours will calm the mind and aid concentration.
  Yellow is linked with confidence, self-respect and friendliness. Get the colour wrong and it could cause fear, depression and anxiety, but the right yellow can lift spirits and self-respect.
  Ingrid Collins, a psychologist who specializes in the effects of colour, said that colour was an “energy force”. She said: “Blue does enhance communication but I am not sure it would enhance truthful communication.”
  Yellow, she said, affected the mind. Red, on the other hand, should never be considered because it could increase aggression. Mrs Collins praised the designers for using colours in the cells. Gwent is not the first British force to experiment with colour to calm down or persuade prisoners to co-operate. In the 1990s Strathclyde Police used pink in cells based on research carried out by the US Navy.
61. The expression “tip the balance” in paragraph 1 probably indicates that the blue might ____.
A. let suspects keep their balance                              
B. help suspects to confess their crimes
C. make suspects cold and unfriendly in law court             
D. enable suspects to change their attitudes to colours

62. Which of the following colours should NOT be used in cells according to the passage?
A. Pink.                      B. Yellow                         C. Blue.        D. Red.
63. Which of the following helps alert officers if someone stops breathing?
A. Scanning equipment.  B. Royal blue lines.         
C. Glass doors.           D. Yellow frames.
64. The passage is mainly concerned with ______
A. the relationship between colours and psychology    
B. a comparison of different functions of colours
C. the use of colours in cells to affect criminals’ psychology
D. scientific ways to help criminals reform themselves in prison
                                B
  In a recently published book, I came across some exercises with interesting names such as fishbone diagrams, lotus flowers and clustering. As I used these exercises in my classes, I noticed that students were interested. They said more and wrote more. They enjoyed expressing their ideas and sharing them in groups. They were no longer passively waiting for the bell , but actively taking part in the lesson. I find that creativity can act as a way to increase participation and improve fluency.
    Creativity has become a popular word in recent years. Scholars in arts, psychology, business, education and science are all working to get a deeper understanding of it. Robert J. Stemberg is a creativity specialist and Yale professor of psychology. He defines creativity as “the ability to produce work that is both new (original) and appropriate(applicable to the situation ) ”. This definition is useful, as we want our students to use language in a new way and to use it correctly and properly. Mot scholars say there are two types of creativity: big “C” creativity and small “c” creativity. Big “C” creativity refers to genius level thinking that results in artistic masterpieces and scientific breakthroughs. Small “c” creativity refers to everyday level thinking that can be used in any situation. Our emphasis is on the latter. While it goes without saying that any of our students could go on to be the next Picasso or Edison, our aim is to help students produce more ideas and use language in a new way.
65. The underlined words “waiting for the bell ” in the first paragraph probably means______.
   A. longing for a phone call        B. hoping to have a bell   
   C. expecting the end of the class    D. waiting to speak in the class
66. It can be inferred from the passage that the author thinks the exercises in the book were _____.
   A. popular    B. useful    C. scientific     D. creative   
67. When you use a familiar word in a new way, you are ________.
   A creative in the sense of big “C” creativity.
   B. creative in the sense of small “c” creativity..
   C. not creative in the sense of big “C” creativity..
   D. not creative in the sense of small “c” creativity.
68. The main purpose of the passage is to _________.
   A. show how useful the book is.
   B. explain what creativity is
   C. discuss how one can be creative 
   D. tell what teaching aims at 
                               C
How I Turned to Be Optimistic
I began to grow up that winter night when my parents and I were returning from my aunts house,and my mother said that we might soon be leaving for America. We were on the bus then. I was crying,and some people on the bus were turning around to look at me. I remember that I could not bear the thought of never hearing again the radio program for school children to which I listened every morning.
I do not remember myself crying for this reason again. In fact,I think I cried very little when I was saying goodbye to my friends and relatives. When we were leaving I thought about all the places I was going to see—the strange and magical places I had known only from books and pictures. The country I was leaving never to come back was hardly in my head then.
The four years that followed taught me the importance of optimism,but the idea did not come to me at once. For the first two years in New York I was really lost—having to study in three schools as a result of family moves. I did not quite know what I was or what I should be.Mother remarried,and things became even more complex for me. Some time passed before my stepfather and I got used to each other. I was often sad,and saw no end to “the hard times.”
My responsibilities in the family increased a lot since I knew English better than everyone else at home. I wrote letters,filled out forms,translated at interviews with Immigration officers,took my grandparents to the doctor and translated there,and even discussed telephone bills with company representatives.
From my experiences I have learned one important rule:almost all common troubles eventually go away!Something good is certain to happen in the end when you do not give up,and just wait a little!I believe that my life will turn out all right,even though it will not be that easy.
69. How did the author get to know America?
A.From her relatives.
B.From her mother.
C.From books and pictures.
D.From radio programs.
70. Upon leaving for America the author felt ______.
A.confused              B.excited
C.worried                D.amazed
71. For the first two years in New York,the author______.
A.often lost her way
B.did not think about her future
C.studied in three different schools
D.got on well with her stepfather
72. What can we learn about the author from Paragraph 4?
A.She worked as a translator.
B.She attended a lot of job interviews.
C.She paid telephone bills for her family.
D.She helped her family with her English.
73. The author believes that______.
A.her future will be free from troubles
B.it is difficult to learn to become patient
C.there are more good things than bad things
D.good things will happen if one keeps trying
D
Charles Blackman : Alice in Wonderland
An Exhibition at the National Gallery of Victoria (NGV), Australia
10  June ---12 August 2007
Venue(地点)    The Ian Potter Center
Admission  Free entry
Charles Blackman is famous for his beautiful painting of dreams. In 1956, he heard for the first time Lewis Carroll’s extraordinary tale of Alice in Wonderland –the story of a Victorian girl who falls down a rabbit hole, meets a lot of funny characters and experiences all kinds of things . At that time, Blackman’s wife was suffering from progressive blindness. The story of Alice moving through the strange situations, often disheartened by various events, was similar to his wife’s experiences. It also reflected so much of his own life. All this contributed to the completion of the Alice in Wonderland paintings.
Illustrator Workshop
Go straight to the experts for an introductory course in book illustration. The course includes an introduction to the process of illustration and its techniques, workshop exercise and group projects.
Date Sunday 17 June &Sunday 5Aug. 10am—1pm
Venue Gas Works Arts Park
Wonderful World
Celebrate the exhibition and Children’s Book Week with special activities just for the day, including a special visit from Alice and the White Rabbit
Date Sunday 24 June , 11am—4pm
Venue Exhibition Space . Level 3
Topsy- Turvy
Visit the exhibition or discover wonderful curiosities in artworks in the NGV Collection and make a magic world in a box. Alice and the White Rabbit will be with you. Walt Disney’s Alice in Wonderland will be screened.
Dates  Sunday 8, 15, 22, 29 July , and Tuesday 24-Friday 27 July , 12noon—3pm
Venue Theatre, NGV Australia
Drawing Workshop
Distortions of scale ( 比例失真) can make artworks strange but interesting . Find out how Charles Blackman distorted scale in his paintings to create a curious world, then experiment with scale in your own drawings. More information upon booking.
Date Friday 27 July, 10:30am-3pm
Venue  Foryer , Level 3
74. Charles Blackman’s paintings come from       
A. his admiration for Lewis Carrioll
B. his dream of becoming a famous artist
C. his wish to express his own feelings
D. his eagerness to cure his wife’s illness
75 . Which two activities can you participate in on the same day?
A . Illustrator Workshop and Wonderful World
B. Illustrator Workshop and Drawing Workshop.
C. Wonderful World and Topsy –Turvy.
D. Topsy-Turvy and Drawing Workshop.
76 . To understand the Alice in Wonderland paintings, you should go to      
A.  Exhibition Space . Level 3
B.  Gas Works Arts Park
C.  Theatre , NGV Australia
D.  Foyer, Level 3
77. Activities concerning children’s books are to be held     
A.  on June 24, 2007     B.  on July 15, 2007
C.  on July 24, 2007     D.  on August 5, 2007
E
    Margaret, married with two small children, has been working for the last seven years as a night cleaner, cleaning offices in a big building.
    She trained as a nurse, but had to give it up when her elder child became seriously ill. “I would have liked to go back to it , but the shifts(工作班次)are all wrong for me, as I have to be home to get the children up and off to school.”
    So she works as a cleaner instead, from 9 p.m. till 6 a.m. five nights a week for just £ 90, before tax and insurance. “It’s better than it was last year, but I still think that people who work ‘unsocial hours’ should get a bit extra.”
    The hours she’s chosen to work mean that she sees plenty of the children, but very little of her husband. However, she doesn’t think that puts any pressure on their relationship.
    Her work isn’t physically very hard, but it’s not exactly pleasant, either. “I do get angry with people who leave their offices like a place for raising pigs. If they realized people like me have to do it, perhaps they’d be a bit more careful.”
    The fact that she’s working all night doesn’t worry Margaret at all. Unlike some dark buildings at night, the building where she works is fully lit, and the women work in groups of three. “Since I’ve got to be here, I try to enjoy myself-and I usually do, because of the other girls. We all have a good laugh, so the time never drags.”
    Another challenge Margaret has to face is the reaction of other people when she tells them what she does for a living. “They think you’re a cleaner because you don’t know how to read and write, ” said Margaret. “I used to think what my parents would say if they knew what I’d been doing , but I don’t think that way any more. I don’t dislike the work though I can’t say I’m mad about it.”
78.Margaret quit her job as a nurse because ______   .
A.she wanted to earn more money to support her family
B.she had suffered a lot of mental pressure
C.she needed the right time to look after her children
D.she felt tired of taking care of patients
79.Margaret gets angry with people who work in the office because ______    .
A.they never clean their offices
B.they look down upon cleaners
C.they never do their work carefully
D.they always make a mess in their offices
80.When at work, Margaret feels   ______    .
A.light-hearted because of her fellow workers
B.happy because the building is fully lit
C.tired because of the heavy workload
D.bored because time passes slowly
81.The underlined part in the last paragraph implies that Margaret’s parents would _____  .
A.help care for her children
B.regret what they had said
C.show sympathy for her
D.feel disappointed in her
 F
    Jim suffered heart problems. In conversation he expressed little joy and it seemed that his life was drawing to a close.
    When his heart problems led to operation, Jim went through it successfully, and a full recovery was expected. Within days, however, his heart was not beating properly. Jim was rushed back to operation, but nothing was found to explain the cause of his illness. He died on the operating table on the day before his 48th birthday.
    Dr. Bruce Smoller, a psychologist (心理学家), had had many conversations with him, and the more he learned, the stranger he realized Jim’s case was. When Jim was a child, his father, a teacher, suffered a heart attack and stayed home to recover. One morning Jim asked his father to look over his homework, promising to come home from school at noon to pick it up. His father agreed, but when Jim returned his father had died. Jim’s father was 48.
    “I think all his life Jim believed he killed his father,” Dr. Smoller says. “He felt that if he had not asked him to look at his homework,his father would have lived. Jim had been troubled by the idea. The operation was the trial(判决) he had expected for forty years.” Smoller believes that Jim willed himself not to live to the age of 48.
    Jim’s case shows the powerful role that attitude (态度) plays in physical health, and that childhood experiences produce far-reaching effect on the health of grown-ups. Although most cases are less direct than Jim’s, studies show that childhood events, besides genes, may well cause such midlife diseases as cancer, heart disease and mental illness.
82. Jim was sent back to operation because__________.
A. his heart didn’t work well
B. he expected a full recovery
C. his life was drawing to a close
D. the first one wasn’t well performed
83  What made Dr. Smoller feel strange about Jim’s case?
A. Jim died at a young age.
B. Jim died on the operating table.
C. Both Jim and his father died of the same disease.
D. Jim’s death is closely connected with his father’s.
84 . From Smoller’s words, we can infer that__________.
A. Jim’s father cared little about his study
B. Smoller agreed that Jim did kill his father
C. Jim thought he would be punished some day
D. Smoller believed Jim wouldn’t live to the age of 48
85 . Which of the following could have strong effect on one’s physical health according to the text?
a. One’s genes.
b. One’s life in childhood.
c. One’s physical education.
d. The date of one’s birthday.
e. The opinions one has about something.
A. a, b, d          B. a, b, e            C. a, c, e          D b, c, d
                         第II卷
第四部分:写作(共三节, 满分50分)                              
第一节:单词拼写(根据所给的首字母,写出所缺单词的恰当形式) (满分10分)
86. There are perhaps two main c______________ to be drawn from the above discussion.
87. It is a real c_______________ for Jim, a shy boy, to speak in public.
88. The old man lived alone , a _____________ himself by playing cards with his neighbours.
89. It was reported that some j__________ received death threats after they exposed the accident.
90. Though the police have announced the cause of death of the official, the public are still s____________ about the true cause of it.
91. When my girlfriend realized I was p___________ her, she quickly made a pose ,smiling.
92. Though scolded by the manager, she s_________ her anger and carried on the work.
93. He grew up in the city, but he was born in the c_________ .
94. I don’t like the couple upstairs, because they often q __________ at night, making much noise.
95. Jane burst out crying the i__________ she came in.
第二节:短文改错(满分10分)
假定英语课上老师要求同桌之间交换修改作文,请你修改你同桌写的以下作文。文中共有10处语言错误,每句中最多两处。错误涉及一个单词的增加、删除或修改。
增加:在此处加一个漏字符号(∧),并在其下面写出修改的词。
删除:把多余的词用斜线(\)划掉。
修改:在错的词下划一横线,并在其下面写出修改后的词。
注意:1.每处错误及其修改均仅限一词;
2.只允许修改10处,多者(从十一处起)不计分。
    I first met Li Ming at a friend birthday party five years ago. Then I invited Li Ming over in my place. We listen to my CDs together and soon became best friends. Three years ago, Li Ming’s parents invited I to spend two wonderful week in Qingdao with them during the summer holiday. Li Ming and I loved walking along the beautifully beaches there. Last year I was ill but had to stay in hospital for a week. Li Ming came see me every day. Then his father has changed jobs and they moved to another city. Since then we haven’t see each other much. But we’ve kept writing to each other.
第三节:书面表达(满分30分)
在英语课堂上,你喜欢你的老师授课时只用英语,还是英语、汉语兼用?某英语杂志社就此话题邀请中学生发表看法。请你围绕“How do you prefer your English classes to be taught? In English only, or in both English and Chinese?”这个问题,参考所给要点,选择一种授课形式,写一篇英语短文。
授课形式一:只用英语
优点:有助于提高听说能力等……
缺憾:不易听懂等
结论:……
 
授课形式二:英语、汉语兼用
优点:易于理解等……
缺憾:英语氛围不浓等……
结论:……
注意:1. 词数100~120,短文开头已给出(不计词数)
        2. 参考词汇:atmosphere 氛围
    I prefer my English classes to be taught in …


金华一中2011学年第一学期期中考试试题
       
高二英语答题卷

第四部分:写作(共三节, 满分50分)                              
第一节:单词拼写(根据所给的首字母,写出所缺单词的恰当形式) (满分10分)
86. __________________ 87. __________________   88. __________________
89. __________________ 90. __________________   91. __________________
92. __________________ 93. __________________   94. __________________
95. __________________
第二节:短文改错(满分10分)
    I first met Li Ming at a friend birthday party five years ago. Then I invited Li Ming over in my place. We listen to my CDs together and soon became best friends. Three years ago, Li Ming’s parents invited I to spend two wonderful week in Qingdao with them during the summer holiday. Li Ming and I loved walking along the beautifully beaches there. Last year I was ill but had to stay in hospital for a week. Li Ming came see me every day. Then his father has changed jobs and they moved to another city. Since then we haven’t see each other much. But we’ve kept writing to each other.

第三节:书面表达(满分30分)
    I prefer my English classes to be taught in _____________________________________________________________________________


金华一中2011学年第一学期期中考试高二英语参考答案:
1—20 CCBAA  ACARA  AABCA  ABABA
21—40  DADBB  ABBDC  CABCD  BBDAC
41—60  BACCD  DABCD  DCBDB  ADCDA
61—85  BDAC  CDBB  CBCDD  CDDA  CDAD  ADCB 
86. conclusions  87 challenge  88. amusing  89. journalists  90. sceptical /skeptical 
91. photographing  92. swallowed  93. country(side)  94. quarrel  95. instant
短文改错:
I first met Li Ming at a friend birthday party five years ago. Then I invited Li Ming over in my
                         friend’s                                                                  to                   place. We listen to my CDs together and soon became best friends. Three years ago, Li Ming’s
              listened
parents invited I to spend two wonderful week in Qingdao with them during the summer holiday. Li
             me             a 或            weeks
Ming and I loved walking along the beautifully beaches there. Last year I was ill but had to stay  
                                             beautiful                                                and
 in hospital for a week. Li Ming came ∧ see me every day. Then his father has(去掉) changed jobs
                                               to
and they moved to another city. Since then we haven’t see each other much. but we’ve kept
                                                                       seen
writing to each other.
书面表达:
I prefer my English classes to be taught in English only. As we all know, a good learning environment is vital if we want to study English well. Classes taught in English provide students with such an environment. When English is the only language used in the classroom, students will have more opportunities to practise listening and speaking. Therefore, they will be able to learn more quickly.
However, there are also some problems with this teaching method. As we haven’t mastered enough English words, sometimes we may find it difficult to follow the teacher. Slow learner may even lose interest in English.
Practice makes perfect. To learn English well requires a lot of practice. Therefore, I like my English classes to be taught completely in English.

I prefer my English classes to be taught in both English and Chinese. In my opinion, learning English is a step-by-step process. As middle school students, we only have a small vocabulary. If the teacher can use some Chinese in an English class, we will understand the lesson better.
Of course, an English class taught in two languages has its shortcomings. Such a class cannot create a good atmosphere for English learning. Some students will speak Chinese all the time and cannot learn English well.
If you want to learn a lesson well, you have to understand it first. To help students understand the lesson better, the teacher should use Chinese from time to time. Therefore, I like my teacher to use both English and Chinese in teaching. 

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