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广东省普宁侨中2009-2010学年高二级学业水平考试试题(英语)

适用年级:高二 | 试卷年份:2010年 | 省份:广东 | 试卷类型:水平会考 | 上传日期:累计组卷次数 | 下载word版

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第一节完形填空(共10小题;每小题2分.满分20分)
阅读下面短文,掌握其大意,然后从21─30各题所给的四个选项(A、B、C、D)中,选出最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。
When I was about twelve, I suddenly developed a great passion for writing poetry. I gave up all my other __ 21     , such as playing computer games,   22      foreign coins and stamps, and spent all my spare time reading poetry and writing it. This habit of writing poetry on every possible   23    soon got me into trouble at school. If a lesson did not interest me, I would take out my note-book and start writing poems in class. Of course ,I did this very    24   , but it was not long before I got    25    . One day while l was busy writing a poem during a geogrophy lesson, I looked up to find the teacher standing over me, staring with anger because I was not    26   attention. He tore the poem up, with a    27     not to waste time in his lesson. All the same I was convinced that I had written a good poem, so that evening I wrote it out again from memory. Not long after, I read about a poetry contest and I decided to send in my poem. Weeks later, long after I had given up hope, I got a letter informing me I had won first    28   . Everyone at school was very impresed-except the geography teacher, who     29     me more carefully than ever. He was quite    30    that I was not going to write poetry in his lesson!
21. A. hobbies         B. likes                    C. interests            D. routines
22. A. arranging      B. collecting             C. gathering          D. keeping
23. A. chance         B. moment                C. occasion          D. time
24. A. anxiously      B. attentively         C. cautiously          D. silently
25. A. hold                    B. exposed                C. known                     D. caught
26. A. calling         B. devoting              C. attracting           D. paying
27. A. warning        B. notice               C. word              D. look
28. A. position        B. price                       C. reward             D. victory
29. A. guarded        B. inspected             C. observed           D. watched
30.A. determined       B. annoyed             C. fixed              D. assured

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阅读理解


Ⅲ阅读(共两节,满分40分)
第一节阅读理解(共15小题;每小题2分,满分30分)
阅读下列短文,从每题所给的A、B、C和D项中,选出最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。
Learning English is a great challenge, but with a little help from technology it can be as easy as a piece of cake.
As well as the classroom, teachers and textbooks, the Internet, TV and radio programs can play an active role in helping learn English. The Internet is full of rich and up-to-date information. English learners might wish to try http://www.in2english.com.cn.  This website is co-established by the British Council, the BBC World Service and Central Radio and TV University. It provides cultural information about Britain and has an example of the IELTS (International English Language Testing System) that students can use for practice. Different levels of grammar tests can also be found.
Make friends online
Another useful website for middle school students and teachers is. Besides reading 21st Century School Edition online, students are also invited to put their views on different topics up on the website.
Users have the opportunity to make friends with people who share their interests.
In the teaching and learning section, there are reading and vocabulary tips for students.
Compared with the Internet, TV programs have their own advantages: one does not have to sit at a computer and the audio and visual effects can even be relaxing.
One popular English-learning program is called "Modern English". This focuses on oral English in practical situations such as taking photos and shopping.
The short dialogues and useful phrases may help students to express themselves if they go abroad or meet foreigners in China. More than 50 TV stations in about 300 cities have aired the program.
Word to World
If you watch Beijing Television Channel 8, you might see a program titled "Study Abroad". On this show Professor Wang Qiang from New Oriental School hosts "From Word to World".
He selects words with a deep cultural background and teaches useful phrases related to that word. Cartoons are also used to explain how to use the word in daily life. Listening to the radio may not be a new way to learn English but it is easy.
China Radio International airs a program called "Studio Classroom" at 6:30 a.m. every day. This 25-minute program is aimed at middle school students and covers subjects from current news to travel and history, all in simple language.
41. This passage ______.
A. introduces some new websites and TV and radio programs
B. focuses on advantages and disadvantages of different medium forms
C. recommends technological help in learning English
D. aims at advertising various English courses
42. If you want to read an English newspaper and make comments on different topics, you try_____.
A. www.in2english.com.cn.                            B. www.21se.com.cn.
C. Modern English                                         D. Studio Classroom
43. One can practise oral English in everyday situations in _____.
A. Studio Classroom                               B. From Word to World
C. Study Abroad                                     D. Modern English
44. According to the author, one superiority of TV programs over the Internet is that they ____.
A. offer more English learning resources                
B. cost you nothing
C. have better audio and visual effects                 
D. have English courses available whenever you need them
45. The author wants the readers to know that learning English ______.
A. is difficult       
B. is easy                
C. is neither easy nor difficult
D. can be made much easier with a little help of modern technology

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A California family drives a car that could help protect the environment. When Jon and Sandy go to the store or to their daughters’ soccer games, they drive in high-tech style. They drive a $1 million, fuel-cell-powered car. It may be the world’s most expensive car and one of the most environmentally friendly cars. The FCX is the first fuel-cell-powered car to be used by a family anywhere in the world. The FCX uses hydrogen and oxygen for fuel. Car makers have been working to develop vehicles that are better for the environment. They are developing cars that use fuel other than gasoline. And then what is fuel cell technology? Fuel cell technology works by changing the chemicals hydrogen and oxygen into water. This process produces electricity, and water vapor which comes out of the exhaust pipe. Most cars release dangerous gases such as carbon monoxide and carbon dioxide. Many scientists say these gases are major contributors to global warming. “The FCX is driven just like any other vehicle on the road, but without the gases which pollute the environment,” scientists say. Fuel cell technology has been around since the 1800s, but scientists have yet been to perfect it. They say it may take years before the technology is ready for widespread use. Another earth-friendly car is already on the market. Hybrid cars use both gasoline and an electric motor. They are becoming more popular with customers because they cut pollution and improve fuel efficiency.
46. Which of the following about the FCX is not true?
A. It may be the most expensive car in the world.
B. It is one of the most environmentally friendly cars.
C. It releases dangerous gases to pollute the air.
D. It uses hydrogen and oxygen for fuel other than gasoline.
47. According to the passage, what is the major cause for global warming?
A. Gases from FCX.                           B. Water vapor from cars.
C. Hydrogen and oxygen.            D. Gases from cars.
48. From the passage, we know that fuel cell technology ______.
A. works by water                       B. has a history for over two hundred years
C. works by electricity                 D. has been widely used since the 1800s
49. We can infer from the passage that ______.
A. future cars will be environmentally friendly
B. there will be no gasoline for cars
C. people can’t afford to buy cars in the future
D. global warming has been stopped
50. Hybrid cars are popular because ______.
A. they are the fuel-cell-powered cars
B. they are energy-saving and cut pollution
C. they are perfect cars in the world
D. they produce no gases to pollute the environment

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Some years ago industries had more freedom than they have now,and they did not need to be as careful as they must today. They did not need to worry a lot about the safety of the new products that they developed. They did not have to pay much attention to the health and safety of the people who worked for them. Often new products were dangerous for the people who used them; often conditions in the work place had very bad effects on the health of the workers.
Of course sometimes there were real disasters which attracted the attention of governments and which showed the need for changes. Also scientists who were doing research into the health of workers sometimes produced information which governments could not ignore. At such times, there were inquiries into the causes of the disasters or the problems. New safety rules were often introduced as a result of these inquiries; however, the new rules came too late to protect the people who died or who became seriously ill.
Today many governments have special departments which protect customers and workers. In the U.S., for example, there is a department which tests new airplanes and gives warnings about possible problems. It also makes the rules that aircraft producers must follow. Another department controls the foods and drugs that companies sell. A third department looks at the places where people work, and then reports any companies that are breaking the laws which protect the health and safety of workers. Of course, new government departments and new laws cannot prevent every accident or illness, but they are having some good results. Our work places are safer and cleaner than before. The planes and cars which we use for travel are better. Producers are thinking more about the safety and health of the people who buy and use their products.
51. The main topic of the passage is ______.
A. conditions in the work place            B. the freedom of industries in the past
C. changes in industrial production       D. the safety and health of workers and customers
52. It can be inferred from the passage that in the past ______.
A. workers often got ill because of the poor working conditions
B. companies were free to put out any products they wanted to
C. many people were killed by dangerous products
D. industries were as careful in management as they are today
53. It is implied in the passage that ______.
A. governments and companies had different opinions about the safety of products
B. in the past no safety laws were introduced by governments
C. government officials often did not listen to scientists
D. governments paid no attention to the safety of products at all
54. From the passage, we know that some years ago safety rules ______.
A. were put forward due to scientists’ recommendations
B. came into being as a result of the workers’ demands
C. were introduced because quite a number of people were killed or seriously injured
D. were effective enough to protect workers and customers
55. The special departments protect customers and workers in many ways EXCEPT by ______.
A. testing new products                       B. controlling the sale of products
C. designing new products                   D. inspecting work places

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阅读填空


第二节语法填空(共10小题;每小题l 5分.满分l5分)
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,并将答案填写在答题卡标号为31—40的相应位置上。
It is difficult for parents of nearly every family to teach their children to be responsible for housework,    31   with one of the following suggestions, you really can get your children to help at home.
If you give your children the    32    (impress) that they can never do anything quite right, then they will regard    33   as unfit or unable persons.    34   children believe they can succeed, they will never become totally independent.
My daughter Carla’s fifth grade teacher got every child in her class   35   (feel) special. When students received less than a perfect test score, she would point out    36   they had mastered and declared firmly they could learn what they had missed.
You can see the same technique when you evaluate your    37   work at home. Don’t always scold and give lots of praise    38   . Talk about what he has done right, not about what he hasn’t done. If your child completes a difficult task, reward him    39    a Sunday trip or a ball game with Dad. Learning is a process of trying and failing and trying and   40   . If you teach your children not to fear a mistake of failure, they will learn faster and achieve success at last.

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信息匹配


第二节信息匹配(共5小题;每小题2分,满分10分)
Harry, Tony, Collins, Jesse和Jack 几位同学欲提高学习成绩,故针对自己的情况上网找寻适合自己学习方法与资料。
首先,请阅读下面网页上信息。

A.Study Skills Self-help Information - Virginia Tech - Articles and self-assessment tests covering scheduling and time management, memory techniques, note-taking, reading, and setting up a good studying environment.$ S, C0 N" Q: e" J- h3 j
B.Academic Tips - Helping students manage time, take better notes, study more effectively, improve memory, take tests and handle the stresses of senior life.$ S, C0 N" Q: e" J- h3 j
C.Neuromod - Online Memory Improvement Course - It is possible to improve one's memory performance in specific areas by applying memory techniques. This site explain a number of systems ranging from simple to sophisticated. The training steps are clearly laid out and in most cases online training software is provided.$ S, C0 N" Q: e" J- h3 j
D.Studying Revising Exams - One-page summary of studying, examination, and writing techniques. A collection of articles about good study habits with how-to suggestions.$ S, C0 N" Q: e" J- h3 j
E. Learning Skills - University of Victoria - Copyrighted e-books with tips on organizing notes, reading, time and study management, exam preparation and writing, writing assignments, and study strategies.
F. Study Guides  - Collection of academic study guides. Topics include classroom and study preparations; studying, writing and reading skills; math and science skills; evaluating and using web content; and preparing for tests. Authored, maintained, and revised by Joe Landsberger.
现在,请阅读下面的信息,根据他们的实际情况,进行信息匹配。请在答题卡上将对应题号的相应选项字母涂黑。
56. Tony wants to better himself by means of taking notes, time management and so on.  He also  feels like solving the problem of heavy pressure in study.
57. Harry wants to improve himself through the ways of time management, memory skills etc., especially he can check himself in time and can find himself better learning surroundings..
58. Jesse will find some suggestions on how to make notes and how to do his writing homework.
59. Collins focuses on his future exams, so he would like to get some instructions for his science study and use some materials on the Net.
60. Jack hopes to train himself systematically to keep what he learns in mind a longer time.

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书面表达


Ⅳ写作(共两节,满分40分)
第一节基础写作(共1小题,满分15分)
请根据以下信息写一篇介绍霍英东的文章。

出   生
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1923年5月,香港。
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个人经历
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1、7岁丧父,家境贫困;
2、1955年后,经营建筑、航运、石油等,成为国内外知名人士;
3、改革开放 (the reform and open policy) 以来,先后捐资支持教育、 
文化、体育、和福利事业款项达100多亿港元。
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影   响
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成为“感动中国”的人物。
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[写作要求]只能使用5个句子表达全部的内容。

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第二节 读写任务(共1小题,满分25分)
阅读下面的短文,然后按照要求写一篇150词左右的英语短文。
According to Shenzhen Daily, the city’s vehicle population has reached over 1 million and 80 percent of the vehicles are private cars.
Nowadays more and more families own private cars. Private cars, as the product of modern civilization, have been playing a vital role in people's daily activities. Firstly, private cars are a convenient means of transportation. You can go wherever you like. Secondly, there is no doubt that private cars will have a great impact on the economic growth. The rapid car industry growth will contribute much to keeping the country's economy growing at a higher rate in the near futrue.
But every coin has two sides. The development of the private cars will bring about a series of problems. For example, the polluted air given off by cars will do great harm to our health, too many private cars will lead to traffic jams and a great deal of energy will be wasted and so on.That is why many people suggest we should go cycling in the city instead.    
However, I think that the advantages of owning a car outweigh the disadvantages. Therefore, it seems to me that China should increase its output of automobiles and enlarge the private car market. We should take advantages of private cars and make them serve us better. Meantime ,we hope that satisfactory solutions to these negative problems will be found soon.
[写作内容]
1.请用30个词概括短文的要点;
2.某英文报纸就上述“深圳已拥有100万辆汽车”的新闻,开展了一场“The best form of transportation in our city”的市民大讨论。请你用约120个词就该讨论题发表你的看法,并说明你的理由。
[写作要求]
1.可以使用实例或分项论述的方法支持你的论点,也可以参照阅读材料的内容,但不得直接引用原文中的句子;
2.标题自定。

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