2010? 2010?2011 学年第一学期高一英语期中试卷
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分钟, (考试时间共 120 分钟,满分为 150 分) 第一部分:听力(共两节, 第一部分:听力(共两节,满分 15 分)
第一节:听力理解(共 9 小题,每小题 1 分) 第一节 请听下面 3 段对话,选出最佳选项。 请听第一段对话,回答第 1 至 3 问题。
  1. What are the speakers talking about? A. A high school B. A French teacher C. A teaching post
  2. What can we know about the man? A. He can speak French. B. He can speak Chinese. C. He can’t work 35 hours a week.
  3. What is the probable relationship between the speakers? A. Host and guest. B. Friends. C. Teacher and student. 请听第二段对话,回答第 4 至 6 问题。
  4. What will the woman do on Saturday morning? A. Walk the dog. B. Help cleaning the house C. See a film.
  5. Where will the woman have to go at 12:00? A. To the dentist’s. B. To her school. C. To the science museum.
  6. What time will the woman probably go to Julie’s? A. At 12:30 pm. B. At 1:00 pm. C. At 2:00 pm. 请听第三段对话,回答第 7 至 9 问题。
  7. What kind of food will the speakers eat? A. American food. B. Indian food. C. Chinese food.
  8. What is true about the Easter Palace? A. It is very good. B. It is very expensive. C. It is an Indian restaurant.
  9. When will the speakers meet? A. On Saturday B. On Friday. C. On Sunday. 第二节:听取信息(共 6 小题,每小题 1 分) 第二节 听下面一段独白,请根据题目要求,从所听到的内容中获取必要的信息,然后填入标 号为 10-15 的空格中。 What Sam is Where Sam’s workshop is When Sam usually gets up What Sam turns on before he starts work What Sam does to help himself relax When Sam usually stops work in the evening A(n) In his The 12 10 11 for the phone 13 14 o’clock. , and at .
At about 5 o’clock Sometimes he does other times he listens to At about 15
第二部分:语言知识与运用(共三节 第二部分:语言知识与运用(共三节,满分 45 分)
第一节:完形填空(共 15 小题,每小题 1 分) 第一节 New comers to the United States are often surprised by the schools. American schools 16 seem so different from schools they know in 17 parts of the world. American education is based on the 18 that children need to learn to think 19 themselves. The school should be the 20 where they learn to do this. 21 , children learn to the “three R’s” (Reading, Writing and Arithmetic 算术学), history . They also learn and government (often called Social Studies) and many other 22 23 be independent(独立的), how to make their judgment, and how to develop their and interests. The American teacher does not want the children in her own 24 class to sit 25 hands folded quietly and to say 26 . She wants them to listen attentively, to ask questions. She knows that 27 children learn from books is 28 . She also knows that it is necessary for them to know how to use this learning for their 29 and development. During Open School Week, parents have a(n) 30 to see how American education works
  16. A. some time B. sometime C. sometimes D. some times
  17. A. other B. the other C. another D. all
  18. A. opinion B. idea C. promise . D. question
  19. A. of B. against C. for D. with
  20. A. place B. space C. room D. area
  21. A. From school B. Out school C. By school D. In school
  22. A. lessons B. knowledge C. subjects D. objects
  23. A. when to B. how to C. what to D. where to
  24. A. ability B. skill C. abilities D. skills
  25. A. with B. across C. over D. above
  26. A. something B. anything C. nothing D. much
  27. A. that B. which C. / D. what
  28. A. important B. unimportant C. necessary D. useless
  29. A. growing B. growth C. future D. tomorrow
  30. A. ability B. possibility C. interest D. chance 第二节:语法填空(共 10 小题,每小题 2 分) 第二节 阅读下面短文, 按照句子结构的语法性和上下文连贯的要求, 在空格处填入一个适当 的词或使用括号中词语的正确形式填空。 The first time I met Mike, I was impressed by his eyes. They were such sad eyes, made you 31 (feel) his sorrow. They were certainly the windows of his soul. We soon made friends 32 each other and I noticed 33 had a quick response(反映) to a kindly spoken word. Our simple meeting developed soon into 34 warm friendship and we had many walks together. He was a silent friend, and by his manner were you sure he was enjoying the beauty and freedom of the country roads, the green grass and the cooling water of the river. He never walked by my old home without stopping 35 (exchange) greetings, and never passed me on the road without swinging(摇摆)his tail to me. I have left the old town and the old boyhood home I loved, 36 I shall hope, as the years go by and my friend 38 (call) reaches middle age and beyond 37 he may always have some place
home and some place to end his days 39 (comfortable). Of course, Mike is only a dog, but somehow I can’t help 40 (believe) that dogs have souls and that our own are made better by our response to their honest love and faith. 第三节:用关系代词、关系副词或介词+关系代词完成下列句子。 (共 10 题,每题 1 分) 第三节
  41. This is the town I spent my childhood.
  42. The building wall is white is my uncle’s house.
  43. I know the boy you are looking for.
  44. The day when I met him in Beijing was sunny. I met him in Beijing was sunny. The day
  45. The school he was sent was very large.
  46. The reason I got my job was because of my hard work.
  47. This is the museum we visited last Saturday. came to the rescue work in this terrible disaster.
  48. We should honour those
  49. All they need is to be provided with food, clothes and shelter.
  50. This is the very book I have visited.
第三部分:阅读( 第三部分:阅读(满分 45 分) A
My husband hasn’t stopped laughing about a funny thing that happened to me. It’s funny now but it wasn’t at the time. Last Friday, after doing all the family shopping in town, I wanted a rest before catching the train, so I bought a newspaper and some chocolate and went into the station coffee shop?that was a cheap self-service place with long tables to sit at. I put my heavy bag down on the floor, put the newspaper and chocolate on the table to keep a place, and went to get a cup of coffee. When I went back with the coffee, there was someone in the next seat. It was one of those wild-looking youngsters(青年), with dark glasses and worn clothes, and hair colored bright red at the front. Not so unusual these days. What did surprise me was that he’d started to eat my chocolate! Naturally, I was annoyed(恼怒的). However, to avoid trouble?and really I was rather uneasy(不 安) about him?I just looked down at the front page of the newspaper, tasted my coffee and took a bit of chocolate. The boy looked at me . Then he took a second piece of my chocolate. I could hardly believe it. Still I didn’t dare to start a quarrel. When he took a third piece. I felt more angry than uneasy. I thought, “Well, I shall have the last piece.” And I got it. The boy gave me a strange look, and then stood up. As he left, he shouted out. “This woman’s crazy!” Everyone stared. That was embarrassing enough, but it was worse when I finished my coffee and got ready to leave. My face went red?as red as his hair?when I realized I’d made a mistake. It wasn’t my chocolate that he’d been taking. There was mine, unopened, just under my newspaper.
  51. The woman telling the story . A. always went shopping with her family on Fridays B. had been very tired and needed some time to recover C. wanted a newspaper and some chocolate to take home to her family D. bought some chocolate so that she could keep a place at the table

  52. When the woman came back to the table, she was surprised . A. because she wasn’t sure whether the youngster was a boy or a girl B. because the youngster was dressed so strangely C. because there was already someone sitting in the next seat D. because the youngster’s behavior seemed rude
  53. The woman’s face turned red . A. because she realized that she had been quite wrong about the youngster B. because she realized that the youngster was poor and angry C. because she saw everyone staring at her D. because she hated being shouted at B Malls are popular places for Americans to go. Some people spend so much time at malls that they are called mall rats. Mall rats shop until they drop in the hundreds of stores under one roof. People like malls for many reasons. They feel safe because malls have police stations or private security(安全) guards. Parking is usually free, and the weather inside is always fine. The newest malls have beautiful rest area with waterfalls and large green trees. The largest mall in the United States is the Mall of America in Minnesota. It covers
  4.2 million square feet. It has 350 stores, eight night clubs, and a seven-acre(公顷) park! There are parking spaces for 12,750 cars. About 750,000 people shop every week. The first indoor mall in the United States was built in 1965 in Edina, Minnesota. People loved doing all their shopping in one place. More malls were built all over the country. Now, malls are like town centres where people come to do many things. They shop, of course. They also eat in food houses that have food from all over the world. They see movies at theatres. Some people even get their daily exercise by doing the new sport of mall walking. Others go to malls to meet friends. In some malls, people can see a doctor or a dentist(牙医) and even attend church. In other words, people can do just about everything in malls. Now residents(居民) can actually live in their favorite shopping centre.
  54. Malls are . A. large shopping centres which also act as town centres B. large parks with shops C. the most popular places Americans go to D. town centres
  55. Why have malls become so popular? A. Because people can do everything there. B. Because people can do many other things besides shopping for all they need. C. Because people feel safe in malls with police stations around. D. Because people enjoy the fresh air and can have a good rest there.
  56. Malls have to be large places because. A. many people drive their cars to go to malls B. there have to be some restaurants, clinics and theatres C. many people hope to do sports in the malls D. they have to meet different needs of so many people

  57. Those are called mall rats. A. who are busy stealing in the mall B. who have visited the biggest malls C. who are often found busy shopping in malls D. who live under the roof of the mall C If you say,‘The cat is out of the bag’instead of ‘The secret is given away’, you are using an idiom. The meaning of an idiom is different from the actual meaning of the words used. ‘An apple a day keeps the doctor away’ is a proverb. Proverbs are old but familiar sayings that usually give advice. Both idioms and proverbs are part of our daily speech. Many are very old and have interesting histories. See how many of these saying you know. ‘Bury the hatchet(短柄小斧).’ Native Americans used to bury weapons to show that fighting had ended and enemies were now at peace. Today, the idiom means to make up with a friend after an argument or fight. ‘A close shave.’ In the past, students barbers learned to shave on customers. If they shaved too close, their customers might be cut or even hardly escape serious injury. Today, we use the idiom if a person narrowly(勉强地) escapes disaster. ‘He who pays the piper calls the turn.’ In the Middle-Ages, people were treated by traveling musicians. Whoever paid the price could choose the music. The proverb means that whoever pays is in charge. ‘The pot calling the kettle black.’ In the 17th century, both pots and kettles turned black because they were used over open fires. Today, this idiom means criticizing someone else for a fault of one’s own.
  58.The purpose of this article is to . A. compare idioms and proverbs B. explain some interesting everyday expressions C. advise you to use idioms and proverbs D. show the importance of using idioms
  59. If someone digs up the hatchet, he probably intends to . A. fight B. work C. buy it D. sell it
  60. Which of the following statements is an example of ‘a close shave’? A. My brother cut his finger yesterday. B. He bought a bike at a low price. C. A car nearly hit me on my way home. D. A bird escaped out of the net.
  61. According to the article, ‘the piper’ must be . A. a traveller B. music C. a tool D. a musician
  62. It can be inferred from the article that . A.it is difficult to guess the meaning of idioms B. pots and kettles are white today C.you shouldn’t use idioms in your writing D. proverbs are more common than idioms D In the days when an ice cream sundae cost much less, a 10-year-old boy entered a hotel coffee shop and sat at a table. A waitress put a glass of water in front of him. “How much is an ice cream
sundae?” “Fifty cents”, replied the waitress. The little boy pulled his hand out of his pocket and studied a number of coins in it. “How much is a dish of plain ice cream?” he required. Some people were now waiting for a table and the waitress was a
 

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