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2012-2013学年江西省九江一中高二下学期期中考试英语试卷(带解析)

适用年级:高二 | 试卷年份:2013年 | 省份:江西 | 试卷类型:期中考试 | 上传日期:累计组卷次数 | 下载word版

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(1)Freezing weather can mean frostbite and hypothermia unless a person is prepared. Today we talk about how to stay warm, dry and safe.
(2)Frostbite is damage that happens when skin is exposed to extreme cold for too long. It mainly happens on the hands, feet, nose and ears.
(3)People with minor cases of frostbite that affect only the skin may not suffer any permanent damage. But if deeper tissue is affected, a person is likely to feel pain every time the area gets cold.
(4)If blood vessels are damaged, people can suffer a gangrene infection. Sometimes the only way doctors can treat an injury like this is to remove frostbitten areas like fingers and toes.
(5)Hypothermia is a condition that develops when the body cannot produce as much heat as it releases. Signs of hypothermia include uncontrollable shaking, very slow breathing and difficulty thinking clearly. Hypothermia can lead to death if the person does not receive help.
(6)To avoid cold-related injuries, here is a simple way to remember four basic steps to staying warm. Think of COLD -- C.O.L.D.
(7)The C stands for cover. Wear a hat and scarf to keep heat from escaping through the head, neck and ears. And wear mittens instead of gloves. In gloves, the fingers are separated, so the hands might not stay as warm as they would in mittens.
(8)The O stands for overexertion. Avoid activities that will make you sweaty. Wet clothes and cold weather are a dangerous combination.
(9)L is for layers. Wearing loose, lightweight clothes, one layer on top of another, is better than wearing a single heavy layer of clothing. Make sure outerwear is made of material that is water-resistant and tightly knit.
(10)________________. In other words, stay as dry as possible. Pay attention to the places where snow can enter clothing. These include the tops of boots, the necks of coats and the wrist areas of mittens or gloves.
(11)And here are two other things to keep in mind -- one for children and the other for adults. Eating snow might be fun but it lowers the body's temperature. And drinking alcohol might make a person feel warm. But what it really does is weaken the body's ability to hold heat.
(12)Next week on the Health Report: advice from experts about what to do, and not to do, to help someone who is injured by cold weather.
【小题1】What’s the main idea of the passage?(in not more than 12 words)
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【小题2】What are the symptoms of hypothermia?(in not more than 10 words)
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【小题3】Write the missing sentence in paragraph 10?(in not more than 4 words)
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【小题4】Complete the following sentence: (in not more than 5 words)
A person,whose _______________________ is damaged,will probably suffer pain when
the weather turns cold.
【小题5】What do the two underlined “it”s refer to?(line 2 and line 3 in paragraph 11) (in not more than 5 words)
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After working for two years, Tim Martin was ______ as the top manager in charge of the company.

A.ranked  , M( @0 F) c) T& [$ g; c8 j B.classified, M( @0 F) c) T& [$ g; c8 j C.appointed, M( @0 F) c) T& [$ g; c8 j D.recognized, M( @0 F) c) T& [$ g; c8 j

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Our maths teacher set so difficult an examination problem ______ none of us worked out.

A.whichB.thatC.asD.so that

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This is the second factory, ______ I used to work, many workers of______ still have a good relationship with me.

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It’s impossible for him to escape ______ this time; he made such a big mistake.

A.punishing5 L( V! b8 I B, A B.being punished 5 L( V! b8 I B, A C.to punish5 L( V! b8 I B, A D.having punished5 L( V! b8 I B, A

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The ______ look on the student’s face suggested that your ______ question made him ______.

A.puzzling; puzzled; puzzled8 g- V; P( Y8 D& R7 S$ H B.puzzling; puzzling; puzzled 8 g- V; P( Y8 D& R7 S$ H
C.puzzled; puzzled; puzzling8 g- V; P( Y8 D& R7 S$ H D.puzzled; puzzling; puzzled8 g- V; P( Y8 D& R7 S$ H

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Only ______ as an interpreter ______ how important it was to grasp English.

A.when I worked; did I realize% X( F8 c# j9 Y' EB.when did I work; I realized% X( F8 c# j9 Y' E
C.when I worked; I realized% X( F8 c# j9 Y' ED.when did I work; did I realize% X( F8 c# j9 Y' E

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Jack has had no______ experience of this kind of job,but he got the job offer just due to his honesty.

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With everything______, the manager left for England to attend an important business meeting.

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They produced two reports, ______ of which contained any useful suggestions.

A.neither* V J3 b9 i3 X) JB.either* V J3 b9 i3 X) JC.all* V J3 b9 i3 X) JD.none* V J3 b9 i3 X) J

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—How is your recent trip to Sichuan?
—I’ve never had ______ one before.

A.a more pleasant
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B.a pleasant
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C.a most pleasant
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D.the most pleasant
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The flowers ______ sweet in the botanic garden attract the visitors to the beauty of nature.

A.smelling- D3 W/ R* ^$ eB.smelt- D3 W/ R* ^$ eC.to smell- D3 W/ R* ^$ eD.to be smelt- D3 W/ R* ^$ e

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The ______ boy was last seen ______ near the gate of the park.

A.missed, playing. L8 C/ _2 a1 \/ ?2 A# [ G! S* _2 X B.missing, play. L8 C/ _2 a1 \/ ?2 A# [ G! S* _2 X C.losing, to be playing. L8 C/ _2 a1 \/ ?2 A# [ G! S* _2 X D.lost, playing. L8 C/ _2 a1 \/ ?2 A# [ G! S* _2 X

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I’ve always treasured the watch______ to me on my eighteenth birthday.

A.givesB.givenC.to be givenD.being given

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He had no special ______ and was treated just like every other prisoner.

A.privileges  
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B.possessions 
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C.identifications
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D.treasures
' E* V0 S. V8 [5 T8 i% R E: K

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—Did you find the missing couple in the mountain yesterday?
—No, but we ______ to get in touch with them ever since.

A.had tried ( [$ e; L: N" i/ B( E0 f& W B.have tried( [$ e; L: N" i/ B( E0 f& W C.have been trying( [$ e; L: N" i/ B( E0 f& W D.had been trying( [$ e; L: N" i/ B( E0 f& W

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Recently, a couple in New Zealand were forbidden from naming their baby son 4Real. Even 【小题1】 New Zealand has quite free rules about 【小题2】 children, names beginning with a 【小题3】  are not allowed. They decided to call him Superman 【小题4】 .
In many countries around the world, 【小题5】 names for children are becoming more popular. In Britain, you can call a child almost   【小题6】  you like. The only restrictions on parents   【小题7】 to offensive(冒犯的) words such as swear words.
 【小题8】 parents choose names which come from 【小题9】 culture. For example, there have been six boys named Gandalf   【小题10】 the character in the Lord of the Rings(指环王) novels and films. 【小题11】 , names related to sport are fairly common – 【小题12】 1984, 36 children have been called Arsenal(阿森纳) after the football team. Other parents like to 【小题13】 names, or combine names to make their own 【小题14】 names, a method demonstrated (证实的) by Jordan, the British model, 【小题15】 recently invented the name Tiaamii for her daughter by 【小题16】 names     Thea and Amy (the two grandmothers).
Some names which were previously 【小题17】 as old-fashioned have 【小题18】 popular again, but the most popular names are not the strange 【小题19】 . The top names are fairly   【小题20】 , for example, Jack, Charlie and Thomas for boys and Grace, Ruby and Jessica for girls.

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Many parents have learned the hard way that what sounds like open communication is often the very thing that closes a youngster’s ears and mouth. One common mistake is the Lecture, the long monologue that often starts with “When I was your age….” Eighteen-year-old Kelly calls lectures “long, one-side discussions in which I don’t say much.”
Kids reflexively(条件反射地) shut down in the face of a lecture. Their eyes glaze over, and they don’t register any incoming information. Listen to 13-year-old Sarah describe her least favorite times with her mom and dad. “First, they scream. Then comes the ‘We’re so disappointed’ speech. Then the ‘I never did that to my parents’ lecture begins. After that, even if they realize how ridiculous they sound, they never take it back.”
Lines like “When you have children of your own, you’ll understand” have been seriously said by parents since time immemorial. But many of our expert parents, like Bobby, a registered nurse and mother of three, feel that by falling back on clichés(陈词滥调)to justify our actions, we weaken our position.
Since kids are creatures of here and now, the far-off future has no relevance to them. Therefore, good communicators like Bobby suggest, “Give specific reasons for your actions in present language: ‘I’m not letting you go to the party because I don’t think there will be enough adult supervisions(监护).’”
Betty, who lives in Missiouri, uses an indirect approach. “I find that warnings are accepted more readily if I discuss a news article on a subject I am concerned about. My husband and I talk about it while our children absorb the information. Then they never think I’m preaching(布道).”
This really helped when Betty’s kids began driving. Instead of constantly repeating “Don’t drink; don’t speed,” she would talk about articles in the paper and express sympathy for the victims of a car crash. Betty made no special effort to draw her kids into the conversation. She depended on a teenager’s strong desire to put in his opinions---especially if he thinks he isn’t being asked for them.
【小题1】The purpose of the passage is to _________.

A.compare two ways of parents` communicating with their kids - C5 i1 A' S. ]3 F( e
B.explain why kids won’t listen to their parents- C5 i1 A' S. ]3 F( e
C.give parents advice on how to communicate with their kids- C5 i1 A' S. ]3 F( e
D.introduce kids` reaction to the communication between them and their parents- C5 i1 A' S. ]3 F( e
【小题2】Which of the following statements is NOT right?
A.Kids won’t listen to their parents because they think what their parents say is boring.- C5 i1 A' S. ]3 F( e
B.Kids don’t like any discussion at all.- C5 i1 A' S. ]3 F( e
C.Some kids think their parents should apologize when they are wrong.- C5 i1 A' S. ]3 F( e
D.Many kids think they have no right to express their own opinions.- C5 i1 A' S. ]3 F( e
【小题3】 What does the underlined word in the first paragraph mean?
A.讨论- C5 i1 A' S. ]3 F( e B.对话- C5 i1 A' S. ]3 F( e C.插话- C5 i1 A' S. ]3 F( e D.独白- C5 i1 A' S. ]3 F( e
【小题4】Which of the following topic may appeal to kids?
A.Something related to kids’ present life- C5 i1 A' S. ]3 F( e
B.Kids possible life in the future- C5 i1 A' S. ]3 F( e
C.Parents` own experience- C5 i1 A' S. ]3 F( e
D.What parents have done to their own parents.- C5 i1 A' S. ]3 F( e
【小题5】In order to make kids follow their advice, parents should______.
A.tell their kids to listen carefully- C5 i1 A' S. ]3 F( e
B.arouse kids’ desire to express themselves.- C5 i1 A' S. ]3 F( e
C.list out as many examples as possible- C5 i1 A' S. ]3 F( e
D.set out their warnings directly- C5 i1 A' S. ]3 F( e

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Bedfordshire had its fair share of royal visits from the early stages of the 10th Century onwards and the importance that the county placed on this is evident in the monuments, country houses, churches and any number of other structures that are still present there to this day. Bedford Castle is one of those structures and, although it is nowhere near its former glory today, it is an essential attraction to visit if you really want to grasp what its heritage means to the county!
Bedford Castle was built initially as a fortress to help protect Bedfordshire on the south of the River Ouse after the people in the local towns and villages had already been subdued. It was erected in 919 on the orders of King Edward the Elder, although it was destroyed by a Danish invasion years later. This was when it was rebuilt as the castle, of which the ruins exist today!
There is a long history behind the castle that involves several kings as a result of the Duke of Bedford being an ardent royalist. Bedford Castle repeatedly offered the kings of England refuge against various storms in the form of onslaughts from abroad and various domestic threats against them, and this is where much of its fame lies, even though the castle itself is no longer there. There are various tours of the ruins that you can take when you visit though and all of the guides are extremely knowledgeable. They will happily tell you tales of the mound and the castle that preceded it.
The mound is open to the public all year round and is a proud part of the area’s heritage. It is recommended by the majority of people that visit Bedfordshire because it tells you much about why the county is currently how it is. You can view the river from the mound and the surrounding settlements as well as the remains of the castle, and every moment spent there is worth it so enjoy the history and the very nature of the county itself!
【小题1】What do we know from the first paragraph?

A.The royals pay regular visits to Bedfordshire2 I( E0 O( _ N/ I/ O
B.Bedford Castle represents the heritage of the county2 I( E0 O( _ N/ I/ O
C.Most of the ancient buildings are in use today2 I( E0 O( _ N/ I/ O
D.Bedfordshire had its fair share of royal visits2 I( E0 O( _ N/ I/ O
【小题2】The underlined word “initially” in Paragraph 2 probably means _______.
A.at first2 I( E0 O( _ N/ I/ OB.since the beginning 2 I( E0 O( _ N/ I/ O
C.for one particular purpose2 I( E0 O( _ N/ I/ OD.for a