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黑龙江省大庆市铁人中学2020-2021学年高二(上)英语9月月考试题(含答案)试题说明:1、本试题满分150分,答题时间120分钟。 2、请将答案填写在答题卡上,考试结束后只交答题卡。第一部分 选词填空(共20小题;每小题1.5分,满分30分)阅读下列句子,从每题所给的A、B、C、D和E五个选项中,选出最佳选项。A. present B. simplify C. assess D. bargain E. adapt 1. It took him a while to ________himself to his new surroundings.2. When you speak to children, please try to ________your explanations.3. The saleswoman refuse to ________over the price.4. It is difficult to ________the value of the house, so they sent some professional workers to so it.5. It takes us a lot of time to ________the Information in a variety of chart forms. But it is worthwhile.A. omitted B. indicated C. claimed D. criticized E. polished 6. The official was ________for his delay in dealing with the matter.7. The silver will need to be ________up for the dinner party.8. The typist ________the last line of the passage.9. He ________that he was not given a fair hearing.10. The red sky last night ________that today would be fine.A. edition B. attempt C. reputation D. symptom E. reference11. Fever is a ________of illness which you should take seriously of.12. The new ________of the dictionary carries 7000 additions to the language.13. After my first ________at baking, I accept the fact that I am not good at it. 14. Keep the list of phone numbers next to the phone for easy ________.15. Your company enjoys a good ________in this field. I've heard that the boss took care of your employees and offered good salaries.A. obvious B. skeptical C. standard D. generous E. distinctive 16. You can identify people's nationality from their facial expressions and their ________dress in the country.17. There is no general agreement on a ________definition of Intelligence.18. He was often ________and gave his belongings to the poor and helped them out.19. The UK public remains ________about the impact caused by the climate change and believes the problem is being overstated by scientists.20. Besides these ________benefits, there are some you may not notice.第二部分 阅读理解(共20小题;每小题2分,满分40分)第一节 阅读下列短文,从每题所给的A、B、C、和D四个选项中,选出最佳选项。AWhy go to Madrid?There may be a slight chill (寒冷) in the air, with temperatures staying around 15℃ in March, but Spain's handsome capital is slowly starting to warm up. Even more attractive are the cultural events.A new exhibition on the living and working spaces of Spain's greatest artist, Picasso, has just opened in the studio at the Fundación Mapfre at Paseo de Recoletos 23 . It runs until 11 May with rarely seen pieces borrowed from his family.Later this summer, the anniversary of the death of the Renaissance (文艺复兴) painter El Greco will be marked with an exciting exhibition at the Museo del Prado at Paseo del Prado from 24 June to 5 October.How to go?The widest range of flights is offered by EasyJet — from Bristol, Edinburgh, Gatwick, Liverpool and Luton. British Airways and its sister airline Iberia combine forces from Heathrow and London City. Ryanair flies from Manchester and Stansted; Air Europa flies from Gatwick.Barajas Airport is 12km north­east of the city centre and is served by frequent trains on Metro line 8, but the shortest underground journey is a bit complex with at least one change at Nuevos Ministerios station and takes about 30 minutes. The fare to any station in the city centre is 4.50. The airport express bus runs every 15 to 35 minutes around the clock; 5 one way. It takes 40 minutes to reach the city centre. A taxi takes half 6the time. A flat rate of 30 covers most of central Madrid.21.When will the exhibition about Picasso close?A.On 23 March. B.On 5 October.C.On 24 June. D.On 11 May.22.Which airline operates flights from Manchester to Madrid?A.EasyJet. B.British Airways.C.Air Europa. D.Ryanair.23.What is the fastest way to reach central Madrid from Barajas Airport?A.Take a city bus. B.Take a taxi.C.Take Metro line 8. D.Take the airport express bus.BMy school appeared on the news last week because we had made an important change in our local area. Our class had planted a large garden in what was once only a vacant lot. It was a lot of work but it was all worth it. I got blisters (水疱) from digging, and we all got insect bites, too.I learned a lot about gardening and collaboration (合作), and then I learned about the media. Our teacher telephoned the TV station and informed them of what we had accomplished. She spoke with the producer. The producer checked with the directors, but they said there were plenty of stories similar to ours. They wanted to know what was special about our particular garden, since many schools plant them.The teacher explained that, after going on the Internet to learn about the prairie (大草原), we had made a prairie garden. We had been to a prairie and gotten seeds from the plants, and then we planted them. We did not water the garden, but we did weed it. We decided to let nature water it with rain, since that was how prairies grew in the past. We sent a picture of the garden to the news station. In the picture, the grass was so high that it stood taller than the fourth grade students.As a result, the producer sent a reporter to our school. The reporter interviewed the headmaster and asked him many questions about the garden. After that, he interviewed us, and we explained to him what we had learned through this project.That night, we watched the news, and there we were. The news reporter told our story. It was only two minutes long, but it was us. We were famous. All that work, all those blisters, it was worth it. We knew that when we saw the garden every day, but now we knew that the whole city thought so, too.24.What seemed to be the TV directors' initial reaction to the garden?A.They were excited. B.They were surprised.C.They were uninterested. D.They were worried. 25.What is special about the garden?A.The seeds came from the plants of a prairie.B.The grass grew faster than common grass.C.Weeds were allowed to spread naturally.D.Underground water was used for the plants.26.What does the underlined word “that” refer to in the last paragraph?A.We got blisters on our hands. B.The garden would be famous. C.Our hard work was worthwhile. D.The project would be finished.27.How did the author feel about the project?A.Annoyed. B.Proud. C.Cocky. D.Arrogant.CHeads up! Across the country, sports injuries are a safety concern for young athletes. Now, the American Medical Association (AMA) has a new set of guidelines aimed at protecting players from the danger of concussions (脑震荡) - serious injuries caused by a blow to the head.“By raising awareness of the serious risks associated with concussions and ensuring that the appropriate guidelines are in place, we can reduce the number of young athletes who may return to the game too soon, which can put their health at further risk,” said6 AMA Board Member Jack Resneck, Jr., M. D., in a statement.The policy recommends that young athletes who may have a concussion be taken off the field as soon as possible. Then, they are only to return to their sport with a doctor's written approval. The policy also sets age­specific rules for health care professionals and athletic organizations in evaluating and caring for concussions.According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), a concussion is a type of traumatic (创伤的) brain injury caused by a bump, blow, or jolt to the head or hit to the body that causes the head and brain to move rapidly back and forth. This type of movement can cause the brain to bounce around or twist inside the skull (颅骨). It can damage brain cells and create chemical changes in the brain.The CDC says that between 1.6 million and 3.8 million traumatic brain injuries caused by sports and recreation­related activities occur in the U.S. every year. A study from the Center for Injury Research and Policy showed that as many as 40% of high school athletes return to playing before they should. The AMA's new guidelines should help to bring those numbers down.28.Why does the AMA set the new guidelines?A.To protect athletes from concussions.B.To raise safety standards of sports.C.To set rules for health care evaluation.D.To help players return to the game quickly.29.What should young athletes who may have a concussion do?A.Avoid using the head. B.Get treatment in time.C.Leave the field forever. D.Switch to another sport.30.What is paragraph 4 mainly about?A.How the CDC works. B.What causes damage to brain cells.C.What a concussion is. D.How a concussion can be prevented.31.Which of the following is the best title for the text?A.Sports Injuries in the U.S. B.Rules for Safer PlayC.Advice to Athletes D.New Policies for DoctorsDOrganic food is very popular. It is also expensive. Some organic food costs twice as much as non­organic food, but new parents and pet owners are willing to pay up to 200% more for organic food. However, there are people who think it is a waste of money. There is one main difference between organic and non­organic food. Organic farms do not use agricultural chemicals, such as pesticides (杀虫剂). In many countries organic foods have special labels. These guarantee that the products are natural.Some people think organic means locally grown. Originally this was true. Over time organic farming became more difficult. The demand for organic food grew larger than the supply. Small companies had to sell out to large companies. There weren't enough organic ingredients (原料), such as grain and cattle. This made it difficult for many organic companies to stay in business. Today, many large companies have an organic line of products.Is organic food more nutritious? This is part of the debate. Many farmers and consumers believe it is. They think agricultural chemicals cause health problems such as cancer. Many health professionals disagree. Few studies prove that organic foods prevent health problems. Health specialists worry more about bacteria (细菌), such as E. coli and salmonella. These can get into contact with organic and non­organic food. Doctors recommend washing produce very carefully. Handling meat carefully is important too.Most people agree that naturally grown food tastes better. Is tastier food worth the extra money? This is a matter of opinion. Whether it is healthier or not may require more research. However, organic consumers argue it is better to be safe than sorry.32.What is probably the major concern of organic food consumers?A.Price. B.Variety. C.Freshness. D.Safety.33.What is the doctors' suggestion?A.Make sure the food is clean. B.Reduce the use of pesticides.C.Grow your own food. D.Buy large companies' products.634.Which of the following do most people agree on organic food?A.It is easier to grow. B.It tastes better. C.It contains more fat. D.It is more nutritious.35.Where does this text probably come from?A.A recipe book. B.A health magazine.C.A medical report. D.A chemistry paper.第二节 七选五 (每小题2分 共10分)根据短文内容,从短文后的选项中选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项。选项中有两项为多余选项。The Hotel Wake ­up Call Gets PersonalHere's a wake­up call: The hotel front desk will do one better than ringing your phone in the morning. They'll send an actual human being to your room. Don't worry. They won't come in and give you a good morning kiss. __36__Never mind that most travelers nowadays have smart phones with built­in alarm clocks. __37__ Here are some examples. At Wolcott Hotel, if a wake­up call is unanswered, they will send an employee to your door. At Las Ventanas al Paraiso, an employee shows up at your room to wake you up with tea, coffee and breakfast bread. At Mandarin Oriental, a person rather than an automated system will call to wake you up. __38__Hotels have always taken the wake­up call seriously. __39__ If you don't get your call within five minutes of the requested time, you won't have to pay for your room. Travelers, too, still want to have an option of a wake­up call. A study of 285 guests at Crowne Plaza found that 53% considered a wake­up call very important.__40__ In the late 1980s, hotels turned to automated systems. Then all you'd get was a ring and silence. In the ever­competitive race for loyal customers, however, many hotels are now getting creative with the wake­up call. Some hotels even have recordings of celebrity voices. And more hotels will go back to the old in­person system of wake­up calls.A.But they might bring you coffee.B.If you don't answer, you'll get a wake­up knock.C.The human wake­up call is a way to personalize a guest's stay.D.The hotel gets 15 to 30 requests for wake­up calls each day.E.Crowne Plaza, for instance, has a wake­up call guarantee.F.But the wake­up call became less personal over the years.G.Some guests sleep through the call, while others turn their phone ringers off.第三部分 语言运用(共两节,满分30分)第一节 完形填空 (共20小题;每小题1.5分,满分30分)阅读下面短文,从短文后各题所给的A、B、C、D四个选项中选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项。Our apartment has been hit by a "hurricane". Every bit of furniture is 41  with paper chains, scissors, tape and modeling clay. 42 , I'm so exhausted tonight, recovering from a surgery.    The phone rings—for the sixth time in less than an hour. We know it is my mother, again. A stroke claimed her brain, but not her life. She is troubled by a severe mental 43 — She has no idea that she has 44  the things she is about to say a million times. Nor can she recall I had a 45 .    Each time she calls, I play a game with 46  called "How Good a Person Can I Be?" I've won five rounds of the game tonight; I am due for a 47  this time.    "Mom!" I 48 . "You are not being removed from your home! And we visited two days ago!" Silence. Then:    "I was only calling to say hi." My mother continues, "Why are you yelling?"    I sink into the couch, aware that my daughter is 49 . She hears me scold my mother and lose my 50 . I have not only failed at being a good person; I have failed at being a good 51  to my daughter.    "Can I talk to Grandma Ellie?" My five-year-old 52  the phone. 53 , I hand it over.  Then, I hear my mother 54 through the receiver. "Sweetheart! How are you? Did you go to school today?"   What magic is this? All she says is "Hi, Grandma," Out of the phone comes a waterfall of good 55 . My mother tells her how much she loves her and how lovely her voice6 sounds.   I was tired and angry; but now I am 56 inside, watching my kindergartner 57  her fragile grandmother with such skillfulness. I'm fascinated by their 58 .   The mess in our apartment still 59  around me. I listen to my daughter whispering to her grandmother, caring for her with extreme 60 .41. A. coveredB. decoratedC. mixedD. filled42. A. To be frankB. Worse stillC.Above all D. Needless to say43. A. performanceB. fitnessC. disorderD. function44. A. createdB. completedC. confirmedD. repeated45. A. surgeryB. strokeC. headacheD. problem46. A. my daughterB. myselfC. my momD. my grandma47. A. successB. winnerC. failD. quarrel48. A. whisperB. explainC. promiseD. yell49. A. imitatingB. sleepingC. laughingD. witnessing50. A. beliefB. faceC. temperD. way51. A. friendB. exampleC. caregiverD.companion52. A. reaches forB. picks upC. plays withD. hangs up53. A. ExcitedlyB. AimlesslyC. UnwillinglyD. Wordlessly54. A. break downB. call outC. cheer onD. cry out loud55. A. ideasB. relationshipC. cheersD. applause56. A. shockedB. weakC. softD. firm57. A. teachB. handleC. botherD. acknowledge58. A. declarationB. exchangeC. voicesD. behavior59. A. countsB. expandsC. settlesD. disappears60. A. conditionsB. confidenceC. patienceD.efforts 第二节 语法填空 (共10小题;每小题1.5分,满分15分)阅读下面短文,在空白处填入1个适当的单词或括号内单词的正确形式。We decide to give a gift to our school for her birthday before 61 (graduate),. We had a heated discussion 62 what gift to give. We think we should do 63 we can to help our school. Some advise 64 (plant) more trees on the coming Tree-Planting Day to make our campus more beautiful, 65 others hold the view 66 we should introduce the history of our school to friends, schoolmates or relatives. Besides, we can show 67 around our school to make her better 68 (know).As far as I am concerned, I'd like to study even 69 (hard) for a better university. In this way, our school will be proud of us and thus we can make 70 even greater contribution to her.第四部分 写作(共两节,满分35分)第一节 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,请你修改你同桌的以下作文,文中共有10处语言错误,美句中最多有两处,每处错误仅涉及一个单词的增加,删除或修改增加:在缺词处加一个漏词符号/\,并在其下面写出该加的词删除:把多余的词用斜线\划掉修改:在错的词下面划一横线,并在该词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处多者从第11处起不计分Sometimes in February, my teacher told us about the city speech contest, its topic was “People who have overcome difficulties in their lives”. I thought of my grandma would be my perfect topic. Then I carefully prepared for contest. A couple of weeks later, after the first round I was choosing to be one of the seven finalists! The final was held soon. I was the sixth to present the speech. How a relief when I finished it ! After the last person finished, the judge made their final decisions and announced that I have won first6 prize. The audience were going wildly clapping and cheering ! I was extremely happy. It was such exciting a moment that I will always remember.第二节 书面表达 (满分25分)关于唐诗吟诵大赛的通知假如你是学生会主席李华,为了让外国人了解中国传统文化,学生会将举行“唐诗吟诵大赛" (Tang Poetry Recitation Contest) ,特邀学校国际部的学生参加。请你根据提示写一则通知,主要内容包括:1. 大赛的目的和意义;2. 时间:2019年5月21日;3. 地点:学校礼堂;4.范围:《唐诗三百首》。注意: 1.词数100左右; 2.可以适当增加细节,以使行文连贯。参考词汇: 学校礼堂school auditorium;《唐诗三百首》Three Hundred Tang Poems____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________参考答案第一部分 选词填空(共20小题;每小题1.5分,满分30分)1-5 EBDCA 6-10 DEACB 11-15 DABEC 16-20 ECDBA第二部分 阅读理解(共20小题;每小题2分,满分40分)21-25 DDBCA 26-30 CBABC 31-35 BDABB 36-40 ACBEF第三部分 语言运用(共两节,满分30分)第一节 (共20小题;每小题1.5分,满分30分)41-45 ABCDA 46-50 BCDDC 51-55 BADBC 56-60 CBBCC第二节 (共10小题;每小题1.5分,满分15分)61. graduation 62. about 63. whatever 64. planting 65. while 66. that 67. them 68. known 69. harder 70. an第四部分 写作第一节 改错(满分10分)1.sometimes改为sometime 2.its前加 and或its----whose 3.删掉thought后of4. contest前加the 5. chosen 6. How--What 7.judges8. have---had 9. wild 10. such---so第二节 写作(满分25分)Notice Do you want to have a further knowledge of traditional Chinese culture? Here comes your opportunity一the Student Union will organize a Tang Poetry Recitation Contest. Below is some detailed information you need to know. As scheduled, the contest is to be held on May 21st, 2019. Above all, it is essential that you get fully prepared before the contest. Therefore, you're strongly recommended to read Three Hundred Tang Poems thoroughly and learn to appreciate the beauty of traditional Chinese poetry. Whoever feels interested and has a passion for it can sign up at the school auditorium before this Sunday. Don't miss the chance of being a winner, and some appealing prizes are eagerly waiting for you. Don't hesitate to take part! Hope you will benefit a lot and make much progress in your Chinese.6

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