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2013-2014学年重庆八中高二上学期期末考试英语试卷(带解析)

适用年级:高二 | 试卷年份:2014年 | 省份:重庆 | 试卷类型:期末考试 | 上传日期:累计组卷次数 | 下载word版

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第一节、 翻译填空(共15个空格;每个空格1分,满分15分)
【小题1】当你在街上闲逛的时候,你会看见数千面具----优雅或恐怖;悲伤或好笑;传统或现代。
As you __________ through the street, you see thousands of masks--- elegant or _________, sad or amusing, traditional or modern.
【小题2】这个总统的作为对国家的发展起到了影响。
What the president did has made a ________ to the development of the country.
【小题3】穿着新校服,孩子们看上去又整洁又性高采烈。
__________ _________ the new school uniform, the kids look tidy and cheerful.
【小题4】 在事故中严重受损的汽车还在修理中。
The car ________ severe damage in the accident is _________ repair.
【小题5】我打算充分利用这一次圣诞旅行购买我所有需要的物品。
I intend to ________ full advantage of this Christmas trip to do all the shopping I need.
【小题6】 关于他的罪行,有大量可获取的证据。
There have been large ________ of evidence ________ for the crime he committed.
【小题7】 正是这种挫折感使他决定在新生活中取得成功。
It was this _________ of ________ that made him ________ to succeed in his new life.
【小题8】与此同时,在披肩被销售的国家,警方对于商人的态度变得越来越强硬。
Meanwhile, in those countries where the shawls are sold, police are getting ________ with the dealers.
【小题9】这个罪犯被当场击毙。
The criminal was shot to death on the ________.

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I wondered what difficulty he had _____ the plan.

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--Andrew won’t like it, you know.
-- _____? I don’t care what Andrew thinks!

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These tax laws which are intended for domestic companies do not _____ to foreign companies.

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I cannot hear the professor clearly as there is too much noise _____ I am sitting.

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I _____ Spanish quite fluently, but I haven’t got a chance to use it since I moved to Brazil.

A.spokeB.will speakC.have spokenD.speak

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–I have packed your luggage for you need to rise early tomorrow.
--Thanks. You ______ that. I am a big girl now and I can manage it, Mum.

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What a table! I have never seen such a thing before. It is ______ it is long.

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Traditionally, college students hold a graduation ceremony to encourage themselves before they _____ on their life journey.

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Was it in the village _____ we used to live in _____ the accident happened?

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Animals are obviously _____ lower form of life than _____ man.

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The president of the World Bank says he has a passion for China, ______ he remembers starting as early as his childhood.

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_____ according to the instructions, the robot can behave like a human being with average IQ.

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The door _____ open, no matter how hard she pushes.

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B.can’t
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D.shouldn’t
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When I first met Doris I didn’t like her, but I ______ my mind.

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An air crash accident happened to the plane, ______.

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完型填空

Morning is extremely important, because it is the beginning of a day. How you choose to  your morning can often be used to predict what kind of day you are going to have.
  each day with love and gratitude (感激). When you get up in the morning, think of what a great luck it is to be   —to see, to hear, to love, to have something to look forward to. Happiness is simply the feeling of appreciating others. Realize that it’s not happiness that makes us grateful, but gratefulness that makes us happy. Don’t have pressure   on each new morning.   yourself from the things that you didn’t  yesterday and made you down. Let yesterday go. Every morning is the start of a new day with new   . Be willing to be a beginner every single morning. 

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【小题6】% g0 B" X: `1 X* `/ K1 A
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While I was on my way into Wal-Mart, I was greeted by a woman working at the door. Before I wanted to buy what I wanted, I had a(n)     to make, and I was stopped by the woman, who wanted to    my bag. Usually I would have got angry, because I knew I didn’t steal. I had just noticed someone ahead of me being not so nice. That person treated this lady as if she was    . The person had just snatched(攫取) a bag back from her and stormed off    even saying “thank you”. I could say that this lady looked    , but she was still trying to make ends meet. I could tell this woman was    by what had just happened, and no one knew how many people had been    her that way all day long.
What if she was a grandmother who had to    her grandchildren, because the parents had just lost their life in an accident? What if her husband was seriously     and they couldn’t afford the medical expenses?
All she wanted was to do her    well. All she wanted was to    customers as she was trained. All she needed was to be    . I wondered whether I could be someone that she needed.
I looked her in her eyes as she scanned my bag, and then I smiled and said, “Your hair is beautiful!” Her face     and she told me how easy it was to manage her hair. She handed my bag back, and told me the customer service desk was straight down on my left. I said “Thank you!”

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On August 16, 1977, Elvis Presley saved me.
The previous afternoon, I played with my six-year-old peers in Heather Peters’ backyard. I was enjoying my cake, when Heather asked me where my sleeping bag was. Only then did I know this party was a sleepover. The word “sleep-over” to a six-year-old bed-wetter is like what “cancer” means to an adult. But what if I told them I was a bed-wetter? At least with cancer, people gather at your bedside instead of running from it.
I thought of a way to escape. I would explain that I needed my mother’s permission to spend the nights. But as I called my Mom, Heather stood beside me to listen. She granted permission! Then I would be sleeping in the same living room as the other girls. I didn't bring my own nightdress, so Mrs. Peters offered me Heather's nightdress.
As the other girls drifted into their sweet dreams, I tried to stay awake. “Do I need to go again? I’ll stay up to go one more time...”. Of course, I finally fell asleep.
The next morning, I was the first to wake up. I was warm! I lay in panic for what seemed like hours before the other girls started to wake up. I did the only thing I could do—I pretended that the bed-wetting didn't happen. I got up, took off Heather's nightdress and changed into my clothes like the other girls.
Mrs. Peters walked into the room, and before she could say anything, she stepped right onto the pile of my wet nightdress. My heart stopped as I watched her face burn red. “WHO DID THIS?” She screamed, with a look so scary. Should I answer? And that was when it happened—Mr. Peters came in and grabbed his wife, “Elvis Presley died!”
The news of the King’s death overtook Mrs. Peters, and I was narrowly excused. Then, we left Peters’ together but without the other girls knowing what had happened.
【小题1】The author had to spend the night at Peters’ because ________.

A.they had fun together and played too late
B.she was offered the nightdress
C.the famous singer Elvis Presley died that night
D.she and her friends were having a sleepover party
【小题2】Mrs. Peters got angry because ________.
A.she found the nightdress wet
B.Elvis Presley died that morning
C.her husband grabbed her
D.not all the girls behaved themselves
【小题3】From the story, we know Mrs. Peters was ________.
A.a crazy and strict woman
B.a devoted fan of Elvis Presley
C.a woman for perfection
D.a woman with a strong fear of getting dirty
【小题4】What is the main idea of the passage?
A.How I escaped Mrs. Peters’ punishment.
B.How Elvis Presley saved my life.
C.An embarrassing escape in my life.
D.An unforgettable party in my memory.
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When it comes to relationship, we spend a lot of time discussing their joys, but rarely talk about the pain when they break down. Yet most people have a story about a broken relationship.
For Jane Black, a six-year friendship ended when her friend was rude to one of her children. “After quite a few drinks at a party in my house, she said something rude to my child. I ended the friendship face to face at the party,” she says. “I didn’t realize what I was doing at the time, I was simply standing up for my child, but in her eyes any challenge was a betrayal.”
When Angela Thompson noticed a seven-year friendship disappearing, she let it go. “I didn’t know how to deal with the issue. I didn’t sit down for a grown-up conversation; I just walked away quietly.” The decision caused a reaction among Thompson’s other friends. “The other friends in the circle are the worst people when you are trying to break up with a friend,” she says. “They don’t want you to stop being friends, because it puts them in a difficult position. You get told to just get it over.”
Though we have plenty of measures for handling conflict at work or family fight, we still don’t have good ways of ending friendships. Do we sit down and properly break up, or just walk away? Psychologist Serena Cauchy has the following advice.
Don’t blame.
Talk about your needs and feeling rather than talking like a Dutch uncle.
Do talk about your needs.
Talk about why the friendship is not working for you—about how your needs aren’t being met.
Don’t gossip.
Negative talk hurts everyone involved and in some cases can make matters worse.
Don’t be so accessible.
If there is a common wish to conclude the friendship, then you can remove it.
【小题1】How did Angela Thompson deal with her friendship when it went wrong?

A.She ended it face to face.; e9 O$ E3 I: L ^
B.She left it as it was. ; e9 O$ E3 I: L ^
C.She turned to her friends for advice.; e9 O$ E3 I: L ^
D.She made a direct challenge.; e9 O$ E3 I: L ^
【小题2】According to the third paragraph, we learn the other friends________.
A.will help you to fix a broken friendship; e9 O$ E3 I: L ^
B.will choose either of the sides who broke up; e9 O$ E3 I: L ^
C.will ask you to forgive each other; e9 O$ E3 I: L ^
D.will be the worst people to break up with you at the same time; e9 O$ E3 I: L ^
【小题3】Which is NOT mentioned by Psychologist Serena Cauchy?
A.End the friendship if it can’t be renewed.; e9 O$ E3 I: L ^
B.Don’t complain behind one’s back.; e9 O$ E3 I: L ^
C.Express what you want and expect.; e9 O$ E3 I: L ^
D.Sincerely talk about friends’ shortcomings.; e9 O$ E3 I: L ^
【小题4】What would be the best title for the passage?
A.A True Friendship; e9 O$ E3 I: L ^
B.When Friendships disappear; e9 O$ E3 I: L ^
C.How Friendships Last; e9 O$ E3 I: L ^
D.Ways to Fix Friendships; e9 O$ E3 I: L ^

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Imagine you are doing this reading in this text on the computer; what else are you doing? Maybe you’re eating a sandwich or drinking a cup of Starbucks. Should you eat while reading?
There aren’t many believable numbers, but we do know the number of people who eat while sitting in front of some type of screen is growing. A recent study found that 33 percent of families always have the TV on during meal times and another 27 percent people have it on at least half the time. Another 10 percent may be texting, emailing or talking on a cell phone while eating.
Any type of these behaviors is bad, considering the following evidence:
A Canadian study found that children who watch more than three hours of cartoons a day are 50 percent more likely to be fat than children who watch fewer than two hours. The researchers concluded that more than 60 percent of overweight incidents can be connected with screen watching too much.
A three-week study found that adults who usually play with smartphones less burned 119 more calories per day.
One Chicago researcher found that people eat more potato chips while reading online than when they have the laptop turned off.
There has been very little investigation(调查) into eating with your eyes staring at a screen or reading a book, but it is likely that his mindless eating is related to weight gain. Simply speaking, your brain has no idea what is going on with your mouth because it is occupied by other things. You don’t notice how full your stomach is, and you often don’t even notice the taste or the act of c