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2013-2014学年四川省宜宾县第一中学高二上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:四川 | 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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First aid means the aid or the help that can be given to an injured person first, that is, before any other help arrives. Nowadays there is usually a telephone not far away and the first things we should do, if a serious accident happens, is_____________________________. Sometimes quick action by us may save someone’s life.
Shock. People often suffer from shock after receiving an injury, sometimes even when the injure is a small one. The face turns gray, and the skin becomes damp and cold. They breathe quickly. They should be kept warm. Cover them with a blanket and give them a warm drink.
Broken bones. Do not move the patient. Send for an ambulance at once.
Bleeding. A little bleeding doesn’t harm. It washes dirt from the wound. But if the bleeding continues, try to stop it by placing a clean cloth firmly over the wound until the bleeding stops or helps arrive.
Poison. A person who has taken poison should be taken to a hospital at once. With some poisons, sleeping pills, for example, it is a good thing to make the patient throw up by pressing your fingers down his throat.
Remember: When an accident happens, telephone for an ambulance at once. Keep the injured person warm and quiet. Give him plenty of air. Do not let other people crowd around him.
【小题1】What’s the best title for the passage? (within 2 words)
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【小题2】 What’s the symptom when someone goes into shock? (within 20 words)
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【小题3】Please fill in the blank in the first paragraph with proper words or phrases to complete the sentence.(within 10 words)
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【小题4】 What’s the author’s purpose of writing the passage? (within 15 words)
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【小题5】Translate the underlined sentence in the last but one paragraph into Chinese.
                                                                               

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Dr. Peter Spence, _____ headmaster of the school, told us, “_____ fifth of pupils here will go on to study at Oxford and Cambridge.”

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The waste from the paper factory has poisoned all the fish to death--- _____ is left.

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You _____ her in her office last Friday, she’s been out of town for two weeks.

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Our success was largely _____ the good cooperation of all team members.

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. In our country, it’s a practice that workers have _____ for the Spring Festival.

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They are forbidden _____, for they are still middle school students.

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We have the most population in the world, most of it _____ farmers.

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_____ at the back of the theatre, the girl couldn’t see ZhouJielun clearly.

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The direction_____ which the president would go was kept a secret_____ safety concern.

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It rained heavily in the south, _____ serious flooding in several provinces.

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It happened towards evening, when I was resting in a cafe. I      a pair of newly bought white leather shoes, which were rather expensive. Then    came to me.
He was in an unfit shirt,     pale and weak. He looked about eleven or twelve. No sooner     begun to speak than he opened the box in his hand and took out the tools of shoe-polishing. He bent down,         my leather shoes, and began to shine them.
He was concentrating on his job when heavy rain began to pour     . People rushed into the cafe for protection from the     . More and more people crowded in and gradually     the boy from me.
Hours passed, and     turned dark. I had no shoes on my feet and wondered       the boy had been. I thought he would not      my leather shoes, and I would have to walk back home on      in the night.
When it was near midnight the rain      , people started to go out. The cafe      closed. I had to move to the door. I was surprised to see the boy sleeping on the floor with his head leaning      a box. He held a package made of his shirt tightly in his arms.
I      him slightly and woke him up. He jumped up and rubbed his eyes for a while before he      me. Then he opened the      hurriedly, gave me my leather shoes, and apologized to me shyly.
I paid him and wrapped around him his unfit shirt, which     my leather shoes. After saying goodbye to the boy, I was    home, with the image of the boy stay in my mind.

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D.up
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B.rain
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C.snow
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阅读理解

There are some topics that readers never grow bored with, and the search for a suitable partner(伴侣) is one of them. Pride and Prejudice(傲慢与偏见)by Jane Austen, first published in 1813, tells the story of five young women, all of whom are looking for a husband. In order to fully understand the novel, the readers must know that at the time when Jane Austen was writing, if a family was not rich, the daughters needed to marry well in order to live a comfortable, independent life. That is the reason why Mrs Bennet, the mother of the five girls, is so eager to have her daughters married.
The heroine of the story is Elizabeth Bennet, and as in all good romantic novels, she and Darcy, the man she finally marries, remain separate until the very end of the story. The wealthy Darcy is a proud, unsociable man, and when Elizabeth hears that he has insulted(侮辱) both her and her family, she dislikes him very much. Poor Darcy then falls head over heels in love with Elizabeth, and has to work terribly hard to persuade her to change her mind about him. He succeeds of course, and they live happily ever after. 
Set at the turn of the 19th century, the novel is still attractive to modern readers. It has become one of the most popular novels and receives great attention from literary scholars(学者).Modern interest in the book has resulted in a number of dramas(戏剧)and a lot of novels and stories modeling(模仿) after Austen’s memorable (难忘的)characters or themes. To date, the book has sold some 20 million copies worldwide.
Jane Austen is rightly famous for her style. Her sentences have a wonderful rhythm(韵律), and she makes such clever, true comments about people. It is not surprising that Pride and Prejudice has lasted.
【小题1】In the 19th century, a poor girl in Britain was often encouraged to          .

A.master the skills of writing# T5 L8 B9 W+ A$ O. U' ?- f! O* L B.marry the one she loved# T5 L8 B9 W+ A$ O. U' ?- f! O* L
C.change her life by marrying rich # T5 L8 B9 W+ A$ O. U' ?- f! O* L D.obey her parents# T5 L8 B9 W+ A$ O. U' ?- f! O* L
【小题2】What do we know about Elizabeth and Darcy?
A.They both come from poor families and wish to marry rich.# T5 L8 B9 W+ A$ O. U' ?- f! O* L
B.They’ve experienced ups and downs but get married in the end.# T5 L8 B9 W+ A$ O. U' ?- f! O* L
C.They get separated from each other shortly after being married.# T5 L8 B9 W+ A$ O. U' ?- f! O* L
D.Darcy falls over and gets hurt but Elizabeth still loves him.# T5 L8 B9 W+ A$ O. U' ?- f! O* L
【小题3】 According to the passage, Pride and Prejudice _________.
A.inspired many other novels and many plays have been produced based on it. # T5 L8 B9 W+ A$ O. U' ?- f! O* L
B.was first published in 1813 and sold 20 million copies soon# T5 L8 B9 W+ A$ O. U' ?- f! O* L
C.tells a sad love story which moves generations of readers# T5 L8 B9 W+ A$ O. U' ?- f! O* L
D.is set at the turn of the 19th century and not well received worldwide# T5 L8 B9 W+ A$ O. U' ?- f! O* L

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Winter begins in the north on December 22nd. People and animals have been doing what they always do to prepare for the colder months. Squirrels (松鼠), for example, have been busy gathering nuts from trees. Well, scientists have been busy gathering information about what the squirrels do with the food they collect.
They examined differences between red squirrels and gray squirrels in the American state of Indiana. The scientists wanted to know how these differences could affect the growth of black walnut (黑胡桃) trees. The black walnut is the nut of choice for both kinds of squirrels. The black walnut tree is also a central part of some hardwood forests.
Rob Swihart of Purdue University did the study with Jake Goheen, a former Purdue student now at the University of New Mexico. The two researchers estimate that several times as many walnuts grow when gathered by gray squirrels as compared to red squirrels. Gray squirrels and red squirrels do not store nuts and seeds in the same way. Gray squirrels bury nuts one at a time in a number of places. But they seldom remember where they buried every nut. So some nuts remain in the ground. Conditions are right for them to develop and grow the following spring. Red squirrels, however, store large groups of nuts above ground. Professor Swihart calls “death traps for seeds”.
Gray squirrels are native to Indiana. But Professor Swihart says their numbers began to decrease as more forests were cut for agriculture. Red squirrels began to spread through the state during the past century.
The researchers say red squirrels are native to forests that stay green all year, unlike walnut trees. They say the cleaning of forest land for agriculture has helped red squirrels invade Indiana. Jake Goheen calls them a sign of an environmental problem more than a cause.
【小题1】The study done by Rob Swihart and Jake Goheen is to ________  .

A.find out the living conditions for squirrels! B6 _4 R- C9 i% h# U' \
B.do something to get rid of squirrels! B6 _4 R- C9 i% h# U' \
C.learn squirrels’ influence on black walnut trees! B6 _4 R- C9 i% h# U' \
D.save the forests in the American state of Indiana! B6 _4 R- C9 i% h# U' \
【小题2】The difference between gray squirrels and red squirrels mainly lies in ________   .
A.the way they gather the walnut! B6 _4 R- C9 i% h# U' \
B.the place they store the walnuts! B6 _4 R- C9 i% h# U' \
C.the time they have winter sleep! B6 _4 R- C9 i% h# U' \
D.the place they have winter sleep! B6 _4 R- C9 i% h# U' \
【小题3】When Professor Swihart says “death traps for seeds”, he actually means that ________    .
A.nuts above the ground will not develop into plants! B6 _4 R- C9 i% h# U' \
B.red squirrels eat more nuts than gray squirrels! B6 _4 R- C9 i% h# U' \
C.gray squirrels and red squirrels will have severe fights! B6 _4 R- C9 i% h# U' \
D.seeds can be traps for other animals in the forest! B6 _4 R- C9 i% h# U' \
【小题4】According to the passage, which of the following is true?
A.Gray squirrels do more harm to the forest than red squirrels.! B6 _4 R- C9 i% h# U' \
B.Red squirrels and gray squirrels have helped the spread of walnut trees.! B6 _4 R- C9 i% h# U' \
C.The cleaning of forest land benefits red squirrels directly.! B6 _4 R- C9 i% h# U' \
D.The black walnut is equally attractive to both gray and red squirrels.! B6 _4 R- C9 i% h# U' \
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One day, when I was in college, a dishonest-looking character approached me in the student union with a leather jacket he wanted to sell. It was a beauty: buttery smooth cowskin, with artfully sewed lines and long leather fringes (穗).
I can’t remember what the price was, but it was apparently too little for such a jacket. Even as I paid the money that day, I knew something wasn’t right. Surely, a couple of days later, the jacket’s real owner, a student about my age came to me as I was on my way to class.
“That’s my jacket,” he said, “and I want it back.”
“No way,” I answered. “I paid for it, and I have no idea if it’s yours. It’s mine.”
He didn’t challenge me, and I left, but the uneasiness(不安) I had about my new possession now had a visible face. A few days later, riding my bike across campus, I saw the real owner standing on the sidewalk. I rode over, took the jacket off, handed it to him said I was sorry, and rode off without another word. More than the weight of the jacket had been lifted from my shoulders.
We’re all human, which means that sometimes we do things we shouldn’t do or say things we shouldn’t say. Sometimes we realize too late that our actions have been hurtful to somebody else. When these hard times occur, the best response --- the only response, really --- is, “I’m sorry.”
Admitting a wrongdoing, as soon as possible and frankly, helps the other person begin to heal. But just as important, it cleans up our own soul and sets us free.
That is a small price to pay for a clear conscience.
【小题1】The author bought the leather jacket from the man in the student union because ______   .

A.it was charged at a reasonable price. S! b8 c! c. a: `& f9 S
B.it was a very attractive jacket. S! b8 c! c. a: `& f9 S
C.he was in great need of clothing. S! b8 c! c. a: `& f9 S
D.he was happy to find such a bargain. S! b8 c! c. a: `& f9 S
【小题2】The phrase “had a visible face” in the passage probably implies(暗含) “______  ”.
A.started to bother me badly. S! b8 c! c. a: `& f9 S
B.might be clearly expressed. S! b8 c! c. a: `& f9 S
C.began to give me away openly. S! b8 c! c. a: `& f9 S
D.could be instantly melting away. S! b8 c! c. a: `& f9 S
【小题3】Giving the leather jacket back to the real owner, the author ______    .
A.offered his forgiveness. S! b8 c! c. a: `& f9 S B.felt very much relieved. S! b8 c! c. a: `& f9 S
C.rode away unwillingly. S! b8 c! c. a: `& f9 S D.realized his wrongdoing. S! b8 c! c. a: `& f9 S
【小题4】What is the author’s purpose of this writing?
A.To encourage the readers to admit errors honestly.. S! b8 c! c. a: `& f9 S
B.To show the readers the reality of his college life.. S! b8 c! c. a: `& f9 S
C.To give the readers a lesson on how to say sorry to others.. S! b8 c! c. a: `& f9 S
D.To tell the readers a story that once happened at college.. S! b8 c! c. a: `& f9 S

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Transportation and communication networks bring people together. Yet sometimes people themselves create barriers to transportation and communication. In some countries, laws stop people from moving freely from place to place.
Over the centuries, many groups of people have been denied the freedom to travel because of their race, religion, or nationality. In the Middle Ages, for example, Jews were often forbidden to move about freely within certain cities. South Africa's government used to require black Africans to carry passes when they travel within the country. Some governments require all citizens to carry identification papers and to report to government officials whenever they move.
Countries set up Customs posts at their borders. Foreign travellers must go through a Customs inspection before they are allowed to travel in the country. Usually travellers have to carry special papers such as passports and visas(签证). Some countries even limit the number of visitors to their country each year.  Others allow tourists to visit only certain areas of the country, or they may require that travellers be with an official guide at all times during their stay.
Many of those barriers to travel also act as barriers to communication. When two governments disagree with each other on important matters, they usually do not want their citizens to exchange news or ideas freely. Countries often try to keep military or industrial information secret.
Today, people have the ability to travel, to communicate, and to transport goods more quickly and easily than ever before. Natural barriers that were difficult or dangerous to cross a hundred years ago can now be crossed easily. The barriers that people themselves make are not so easy to overcome. But in spite of all the different kinds of barriers, people continue to enjoy travel and the exchange of goods and ideas.
【小题1】The examples in paragraph 2 are used to tell the readers that _______      

A.Customs posts are necessary at the borders of the countries
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B.people have been allowed to travel freely within the country
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C.people have not been permitted to travel freely for various reasons
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D.travellers have to carry special papers such as passports and visas
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【小题2】Some governments limit the freedom of communication because___        
A.they think such freedom will lead to wars
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B.they more often than not agree with each other on important matters
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C.they intend to keep their national secrets unknown to others
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D.they want to show their authority over communication
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【小题3】We may learn from the passage that _______   
A.people do not care about the removal of barriers between countries.
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B.people can not remove the obstacles made by themselves
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C.barriers should be taken for granted as they always exist
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D.man-made barriers are sometimes harder to overcome than natural ones
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【小题4】Which of the following can serve as the best title of the passage?
A.Functions of Communication
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B.Barriers Made by People
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C.Restrictions on Transportation
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D.Progress of Human Society
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短文改错

Today I took part in the English singing competition of our school. Most of the singers and audience have been there when I arrived at the ball. See the large audience, I started to feel little nervous. After some times, it was my turn to sing. When the host read my name out, the audience burst into a great cheer, and my heart began to beat really fastly. The song I sing was Country Road, that is a very famous piece of American country music. I had practiced for it many times, and I didn’t think I had done a very good job. Anyway, I was still very excited because of participating was the most important thing to me.

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书面表达

当前不少文学作品被改编成电影。有人选择看电影,有人则喜欢读原著。请你以“Film or book, which do you prefer?”为题,按照下列要点写一篇英语短文:
1、 看电影:省时、有趣、易懂
2、 读原著:细节更多、语言优美
3、 我的看法及理由
注意:1、词数:100-120 文章题目和开头已给出(不计入词数)。
2、参考词汇: original work 或 book in the original (原著)     
                                                                                           
                                                                                           
                                                                                           
                                                                                           
                                                                                           
                                                                                           
                                                                                       

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