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期末 高一 英语 试卷
命题人: 姜贺 答卷时间：120分钟 试卷分值：150分 共5页
1.What does the woman dislike?
A.Oranges. B. Apples C. Bananas.
2.Where does the conversation most probably take place?
A. In a library. B. On the street. C. At the airport.
3. What does the man think of the books?
A. Boring at first but interesting later
B. Interesting from beginning to end.
C. Interesting at first but boring later.
4. What has the weather been like recently?
A. Hot . B. Cool. C. Cold
5. What do we know about John?
A.He likes being late B. He can’t come this time. C. He is seldom late
6. What does the man want?
A. Green tea. B. Black tea. C. Coffee
7. Why does the woman want to sell her house?
A.Because she is moving away.
. B. Because she want to buy a large one
C. Because she needs money badly.
8. What will the man do tomorrow afternoon?
A. Go fishing B. Visit Mike. C. Go swimming
9. What does the man think of Mike’s work?
A. It’s boring. B. It’s interesting . C.It’s difficult.
10. What do we know about the woman?
A. She grew up by a river.
B. She was able to swim at the age of six.
C. She is a professional swimmer.
听第八段材料,回答第11至13 题 .
11. What is the man doing?
A. Booking flight tickets on the phone.
B. Buying flight tickets at the airport.
C.Asking prices of flight tickets.
12. When will the man come back from New York?
A. On June 24 th. B. On June 26 th. C. On June 28 th.
13. How much does the flight ticket to New York cost?
A. $2,130. B. $ 4,130 C.$ 2,000
14. Why does the woman want to exchange the skirt?
A. Because it’s too small.
B. Because she doesn’t like it.
C.Because there is something wrong with it.
15. What color does the woman’s daughter like now?
A. Green B. Black. C. Pink.
16. For whom does the woman buy the dress?
A. For herself B. For her daughter. C. For her mother.
17. What does the woman think of the silver dress?
A. It doesn’t look beautiful.
B. It’s too expensive .
C. It’s too large.
18. What did Kevin ask his friend Tony yesterday?
A. Where Tony wants to spend his vacation.
B. How Tony will get to his destination.
C. The best way to travel in the US.
19. What does Tony think of taking a train?
A. It is very boring.
B. It is not comfortable.
C. It is not very convenient.
20. How will Kevin go to the west coast?
A. By bus B. By plane . C. By train.
阅读下列短文 ，从每题所给的四个选项 （A 、B 、C 和 D ）中 选出最佳选项 ，并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。
In the world ,soccer of football is the most popular sport. This is because many countries have wonderful teams for the World Cup. The World Cup is held every four years. To remember 2002 FIFA World Cup ,children from different countries and more than 60 children from Japanese schools came together and spent three weekends drawing a big picture called “Dream(梦幻) World Cups ”in Japan .The children drew animals, flowers and people playing soccer under a blue bright sky. They wished each football team good luck by drawing the flags(旗帜)of all the countries that will take part in the World Cup in Japan and South Korea.The picture was put up in a park near a playground in Yokohama .Some football teams will have games there.
Are you a football fan(迷)？The Wo rld Cup makes more and more people interested in football .Teenagers(青少年)like playing and watching football .Many of them love some football stars so much that they get the pictures of their favourite players on the walls of their rooms. That is the way to show their love for the World Cup as children in Japan.
21. If a country wants to take part in the World Cup ,she must have______.
A. Many football fans B. a very good team
C. many football player D. a big playground
22. The next World Cup will be held in_______.
A. 2006 B. 2007 C. 2005 D. 2004
23. From the passage ,in the picture children drew many things except_________.
A. people playing football B. pictures of some football stars
C. a sunny sky D. flowers
24.Many teenagers own the pictures of some football stars because______.
A. they are interested in football B. they are football fans
C. they think their favourite players are great D. all of A,B and C
When I was about 12, I had an enemy, a girl who liked to point out my shortcomings(缺点). Wee k by week her list grew: I was very thin, I wasn’t a good student, I talked too much, I was too proud, and so on. I tried to hear all this as long as I could. At last,I became very angry. I ran to my father with tears in my eyes.
He listened to me quietly, then he asked. “Are the things she says true or not? Janet, didn’t you ever wonder what you’re really like ? Well, you now have that girl’s opinion. Go and make a list of everything she said and mark the points that are true. Pay no attention to the other things she said.”
I did as he told me. To my great surprise, I discovered that about half the things were true. Some of them I couldn’t change (like being very thin), but a good number I could—and suddenly I wanted to change. For the first time I go to fairly clear picture of myself.
I brought the list back to Daddy. He refused to take it.“That’s just for you,” he said.“You know better than anyone else the truth about yourself. But you have to learn to listen, not just close your ears in anger and feeling hurt. When something said about you is true, you’ll find it wi ll be of help to you. Our world is full of people who think they know your duty. Don’t shut your ears. Listen to them all, but hear the truth and do what you know is the right thing to do.”
Daddy’s advice has returned to me at many important moments. In my life, I’ve never had a better piece of advice.
25. What did the father do after he had heard his daughter’s complaint?
A. He told her not to pay any attention to what her“enemy” had said.
B. He criticized (批评) her and told her to overcome her shortcomings.
C. He told her to write down all that her“enemy” had said about her and pay attention only to
the things that were true.
D. He refused to take the list and have a look at it.
26. Why did her father listen to her quietly?
A. Because he believed that what her daughter’s “enemy” said was mostly true.
B. Because he had been so angry with his daughter’s shortcomings that he wanted to show this by keeping silent for a while.
C. Because he knew that his daughter would not listen to him at that moment.
D. Because he wasn’t quite sure which girl was telling the truth.
27. Which do you think would be the best title for this passage?
A. Not an Enemy, but the Best Friend
B. The Best Advice I’ve Ever Had
C. My Father
D. My Childhood
The clock struck eleven at night. The whole house was quiet. Everyone was in bed except me. Under the strong light, I looked sadly before a huge pile of troublesome stuff they call “books”.
I was going to have my examination the next day. "When can I go to bed?" I asked myself. I didn’t answer, in fact I dared not.
The clock struck 12."Oh, dear!" I cried, "ten more books to read before I can go to bed!” We pupils are the most wretched creatures in the world. Dad does not agree with me on this. He did not have to work so hard when he was a boy ."
The clock struck one. I was quite hopeless now. I forgot all I had learnt. I was too tired to go on. I did the only thing I could. I prayed, “Oh, God, Please help me pass the exam tomorrow. I do promise to work hard afterwards, Amen.” My eyes were heavy, so heavy that I could hardly open them. A few minutes later, with my head on the desk, I fell asleep.
28. When the author was going over his lessons, all the others in the house were_____ .
A. asleep B. working in bed
C. outside D. quietly laughing at him
39. Reviewing his lessons didn’t help him because ________. .
A. it was too late at night B. he was very tired
C. his eyes were so heavy that he couldn’t keep them open
D. he hadn’t studied hard before the examination
30. What do you suppose happened to the author？
A. He went to a church to pray again
B. He passed the exam by luck
C. He failed in the exam D. He was punished by his teacher
31. The best title for the passage would be __________ .
A. The Night Before the Examination B. Working Far into the Night
C. A Slow Student D. Going Over My Lessons
Theodor Seuss Geisel was born in Springfield, Massachusetts in 1904. He was famous because of the books he wrote for children. They combine funny words, pictures, and social opinion.
Dr Seuss wrote his first book for children in 1937. It is called And to Think I Saw It on Mulberry Street. A number of publishers refused to publish it. They said it was too different. A friend finally published it. Soon other successful books followed. Over the years, he wrote more than forty children’s books. They were fun to read. Yet his books sometimes dealt with serious subjects.
By the middle 1940s, Dr Seuss had become one of the best-loved and most successful writers of children’s books. He had a strong desire to help children. In 1954, Life magazine published a report about school children who could not read. The report said many children’s boo ks weren’t interesting. Dr Seuss decided to write books that were interesting and easy to read.
In 1957, Dr Seuss wrote The Cat in the Hat. He used less than 225 words to write the book. This was about the number of words a six-year-old should be able to read.
The story is ab out a cat who tries to entertain two children on a rainy day while their mother is away from home. The cat is not like normal cats. It talks. The book was an immediate success. It was an interesting story and was easy to read. Children loved it. Their parents loved it, too. Today many adults say it is still one of the stories they like best.
32. What’s the best title for this passage?
A. Some of Dr Seuss’ books for children.
B. What are Dr Seuss’s books mainly about?
C. Dr Seuss — a famous writer of children’s books.
D. Why are Dr Seuss’ books different?
33. What do we know about Dr Seuss’s first book for children?
A. It was Dr Seuss’ worst book. B. It dealt with a very serious subject.
C. Neither children nor adults like it. D. Many publishers didn’t take it seriously at first.
34. How did Dr Seuss help children according to Paragraph 3?
A. By asking others to help them in magazines.
B. By writing interesting and simple books.
C. By changing his old books into simpler ones.
D. By giving them books for free.
35. Adults most probably think that Dr Seuss’ The Cat in the Hat is _________
A. interesting B. serious C. difficult D. boring
Tips to Bring Your Family Closer Together
I can remember being a child and ever day we would have dinner with my grandparents. 36_________. However, when video games or television has taken up family time, you know there is a problem. So what can we do to draw our family together?
Do not force your family to spend time together. 37_________. Find things they enjoy and work around it to draw everyone near. If your child likes video games, you could try one of the new interactive(相互作用的) DVD games. Everyone likes to win and beating parents in a game can be rather rewarding.
Spend time in the kitchen together. If you have young kids, they love to make a mess and that is why I suggest the kitchen. Bake some cupcakes or cookies with them, but let them get involved by stirring(搅拌) or adding the ingredients. 38_________. When these are done, you can sit down and have an awarding treat with your child.
Always remember that one child is not the same as another. I have two children. My older son is a perfect little angel, while my little son is constantly trying to get into trouble. 39_________. For example, I can go to movies with my older son but my little son has stay at home.
40_________. No matter how old they are, they want their parents to notice them and to take a part of their lives. Remember, do not push them but find a common ground. If your kids like sports, you can play a game of basketball or go to a game with them. If your kids will n ot come to you, then you have to go to them.
A. So, I have to remind myself constantly that I have to treat them differently.
B. They will love this.
C. Want parents attention.
D. I never go out with them.
E. This will only make them hate family time even more.
F. He was very upset about the quality of time his brother got.
G. It was a rewarding(有意义的) experience and one I will carry with me forever.
Most people agree that a pet adds joy to a person’s life. Scientists are now finding that having a pet may keep its owner 41 . And good health may add years to a person’s life.
Scientists have been 42 the tie between pets and health for years. In 1990, a study was done with people aged 65 and older. It 43 that pet owners went to the doctor less than people 44 pets. Do pets make people 45 ? Are people able to handle their everyday lives better? Alan Beck, who is a researcher, says that 46 the answer to the questions is yes, then having pets may be a good idea.
Can pets also help people live longer? Rebecca Johnson did a study to 47 . Johnson teaches nurses how to care for 48 people. Her study shows that having pets may cause people to 49 more slowly.
The human body makes many chemicals. Some of the chemicals make people feel 50 . Others make people feel bad. In Johnson’s 51 , levels of the “good” chemicals 52 when people were around pets while levels of the “bad” chemicals went down. The good 53 seemed to slow the aging of cells. If this is 54 , maybe people should spend more time with their 55 . Then people might feel better and 56 longer.
You might be allergic（过敏的） to pets. Or you may not want to 57 a pet. Never fear. A robotic, or computer pet may be just the thing for you.
Scientists are testing computer pets, like the robotic dog AIBO. They want to see if 58 pets can help people the way 59 dogs do.
Will a robotic pet 60 the real pet sitting with you on the sofa? Something tells us that it will probably become a reality.
41. A. excited B. healthy C. mad D. hurried
42. A. carrying out B. looking at C. making up D. breaking down
43. A. showed B. warned C. reminded D. advised
44. A. through B. beyond C. without D. against
45. A. busier B. funnier C. angrier D. happier
46. A. though B. until C. unless D. if
47. A. put out B. find out C. turn out D. set out
48. A. sick B. old C. friendly D. lovely
49. A.move B.age C. walk D. grow
50. A. bored B. surprised C. good D. sleepy
51. A.work B. study C. story D. case
52. A. rose B. varied C. fell D. changed
53. A.chemicals B. sides C. studies D. dogs
54. A. true B. unusual C. important D. impossible
55. A. children B. friends C. pets D. neighbors
56. A. stay B. wander C. live D. travel
57. A. head for B. search for C.care for D. cheer for
58. A. family B. toy C. baby D. computer
59. A. brave B. Real C. faithful D. Quiet
60. A. destroy B. accompany C. improve D. replace
Madam：Im thinking about getting a pet. Can you give me 61 advice?
Vet: How much time can you devote to 62 (look) after your pet?
Madam：I’m really busy, 63 I can’t feed a dog. I don’t have time to walk 64 every day.
Vet: You are right.
Madam: 65 (actual), I don’t want a pet with long hair, like a cat or a dog. I don’t want a pet that could be dangerous, either, like a spider or a snake.
Vet: How about ants? They are easy 66 (look) after. Come here and have a look. You only need to put the ants into a glass box. The box is filled with special soil, so you 67 feed them. The most 68 (interest) part is that you can watch the ants dig roads in the soil.
Madam: It sounds good. How many ants should I get at least？How long can they live?
Vet: Eight at least. They can live there to six months.
Madam: Thanks a lot. I 69 (try) to find out more information on 70 Internet and come here next week.
Vet: That’s fine.
I was only 10 when we moved to Switzerland. I remember that I enjoy flying across the whole country and that I wasn’t very happy about leave my friends. But Dad said it’d be good for we all to live in countryside around Bern（伯尔尼）. And Uncle Jack, who’d been living there for about 20 years, were always telling us how a beautiful city Bern was. He said it would be easily for Dad to get a job in Bern. But we all agreed to move to there. Now we’ve been here for quite a few year, and we all love it.
期末 高一 英语 试卷答案
1. B 2. B 3. A 4. A 5. C 6. C 7. A 8. C 9. C 10. B
11. A 12. B 13. C 14. A 15. C 16. C 17. B 18. C 19. C 20.A
21--25 BABDC 26--30 ABADC 31--35 ACDB A 36--40 GEBAC
41--45 BBACD 46--50 DBBBC 51--55 BAAAC 56--60 CCDBD
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I am sorry to hear that you are having trouble fitting in at your new school. Such problems are quite normal. Perhaps the following suggestions may be helpful.
First, I think you may need to communicate with your classmates as much as possible. In this way, you will get to know each other better. Second, it might be a good idea for you to take part in more activities, which usually involve teamwork and interactions with other students and are therefore good for developing friendly relationships. Lastly, faced with some tough problems, you might consider asking your teachers, who can usually offer you some sensible suggestions.
I sincerely hope my advice will be of some help to you. If there is anything more I can do to help, please let me know.