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广西柳铁一中2009-2010学年度高一下学期段考试卷(英语)

适用年级:高一 | 试卷年份:2010年 | 省份:广西 | 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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I _____ the boy to save money for the future, but he wouldn’t listen.

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The letters WHO _______ the World Health Organization.

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The conference has been held to discuss the effects of tourism _____ the wildlife in the area.

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In order to make our city green, ____.

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Tom doesn’t _______ Ted’s plan for the party.

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The films produced by Disney _____ all over the world.

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______ his homework, he went on to preview the next lesson.

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In 1989 an international law was passed to stop people _____ waste into the sea.

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—— John wants to see you today.
—— I would rather he ____ tomorrow instead of today.

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—— Don’t you have a watch?
—— But it has gone wrong. They say it’s not worth ______.

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This kind of work ______ great patience, so you should take your time.

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Li Ming, as well as his parents , ____ to the party.

A.has invitedB.was invitedC.have invitedD.were invited

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. It is said that Mr. President will hold a dinner party _____ the heroes who have won honor for the country.

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The gardener was called to tell the way ____ the poor dog had died.

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This is Mr. Smith, ____ has something important to tell you.
A. who I think         B. I think who        C. he thinks     D I think he

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完型填空


第二节:完型填空(共20小题;每小题1. 5分,满分30分)
Albert Einstein always liked to ask questions when he was a boy. When his teacher  36
him a question, he would think  37   another question to ask her. And often she would get red in the face and be angry  38    him  39   asking questions she couldn’t answer. The more Albert learned, the  40  he found to think about. The more he thought about, the more questions he wanted  41  .  
He knew  42    the earth, the moon, the other stars, and the sun are just part of  43   we
call the universe. He also knew that the universe is made  44  all the stars we can see  45  our eyes, and the ones that are too far to be _ 46 . And he discovered that all these stars, our own bodies and  47  else are made up of atoms(原子).
He thought there  48  be some rules to explain why everything in the universe, big and small, acts  49  it does. Why don’t the stars  50  around in the sky bump (撞击)into each other? 51   makes atoms stick (粘住)together to  52    different things?
Albert Einstein always thought hard  53   he believed he had some answers to his questions. People often asked him questions because he  54  answer many of them. In fact, he   solved(解决) quite a few problems that scientists had been trying to  55  for many, many years.
36. A. asked                  B. answered                  C. introduced                D. rose
37. A. of                       B. about                       C. over                         D. with
38. A. at                       B. to                            C. with                         D. about
39. A. as                       B. for                           C. with                         D. of
40. A. many                  B. less                          C. much                       D. more
41. A. ask                     B. to ask                       C. asking                      D. to be asked
42. A. what                   B. when                        C. whether                    D. that
43. A. which                 B. how                         C. what                        D. that
44. A. with                    B. of                            C. from                        D. in
45. A. from                   B. in                            C. with                         D. off
46. A. see                      B. seeing                      C. saw                          D. seen
47. A. something           B. everything                C. anything                   D. nothing
48. A. can                     B. may                         C. must                        D. need
49. A. about                  B. for                           C. what                        D. as
50. A. moved                B. moving                    C. move                       D. to be moving
51. A. Who                   B. What                        C. Which                     D. Whose
52. A. be                       B. have                         C. form                        D. do
53. A. when                  B. until                         C. after                         D. as
54. A. could                  B. can                          C. must                        D. may
55. A. work for             B. work                        C. work with                 D. work out

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阅读理解


第三部分:阅读理解(共20小题,每小题2分,满分40分)
My family couldn’t afford to send me to school when I was 16. When my mother took me out of school, I really lost heart about my life and didn’t know what I was going to do.
I worked to help my mother sell newspapers and that was all I could do at the time. When I was 18 years old, my mother started telling me that I would have to live on my own. I felt very frightened of the future. One night while I was watching television, a piece of news about joining the army caught my eyes. I had admired soldiers since I was very young. Now the chance came and I felt pleased. The next day I called the number on the news and set up an appointment to meet the recruiter(征兵人员), an elderly officer. When he heard that I didn’t graduate from high school, he told me that I had a slim(微小的) chance. I explained to him that I would study to improve myself and work hard. At last, he agreed to try to help me.
About a month later he asked me to go to his office and explained to me that he would get me in the service(服役) but I had to promise him that I would make the best of this chance he was trying to create for me and I did. He was able to help me join the army and I kept my promise by doing eight years and receiving an Honorable Discharge (光荣退伍证) from the service. After that, I have worked as a guard with good pay.
56. Why did the author drop out of high school?
A. Because he wanted to help his mother.
B. Because his mother wanted him to work.
C. Because he lost interest in study.
D. Because his family was too poor.
57. When the author got out of school, he felt _______.
A. relaxed             B. hopeless             C. bored            D. frightened
58. How did the author succeed in joining the army?
A. Through his mother’s encouragement and his luck.
B. Through his great performance before the recruiter.
C. Through his sincere(真诚的) request and an officer’s help.
D. Through his optimistic attitude and serious promise.
59. We can infer from the text that _________.
A. people can achieve success if they don’t give up
B. a person’s achievements depend mainly on other’s help
C. failure in one field doesn’t mean failure in another
D. people should be confident in the face of difficulties

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Having friends may well keep you healthier and help you deal with stress better. Some studies show that people with close friends have a greater ability to fight disease than people who are alone.
Make friendship a priority(优先). Find the time to be with friends even if it means letting the lawn go unmowed(未割草) or the dishes unwashed for a while. When you can’ t get together, use the phone to keep in touch.
Open up to close friends. Maintaining a deep friendship requires a level of heartfelt intimacy(亲密). Don’t be afraid to express your inner fears and disappointments. Listen to your friends when they have problem, but offer advice only when it’s wanted. Help raise friends’ self-esteem when they are shaken by a job loss, or other such events.
Have different friends for different activities, such as going to the movies, singing in a choir(合唱), and joining in a bowling league.
Don’t wait for a friend to ask a favor. When a friend has the flu, offer to go to the store or drive his or her children to their after-school activities.
Never take a friendship for granted. Like a good marriage, friendship needs care and patience. Become a joiner. Find a group that matches your interests.
Talk to strangers. Conversations started in museums, laundry rooms, or bookstores can lead to firm friendship.
Enroll in an adult-education course. A classroom is an ideal place to meet others with similar interests.
60. People with close friends have a ____ ability to fight disease than people who are alone.
A. less            B. greater           C. poorer            D. little
61. What we should do to have friends according to the author?
A. Make friendship a priority.          B. Open up to close friends.
C. Never take a friendship for granted    D. All the above.
62. Which of the statements is TRUE according to the passage?
A. You should have different friends for the same activities.
B. You should wait for a friend to ask a favor.
C. You should avoid talking with stranger in museums, laundry rooms of bookstores.
D. You should never take a friendship for granted.
63. . The underlined word “ enroll” in the last paragraph means _____.
A. give       B. join     C. get     D. catch

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Washington D. C. is the capital of the United States. It’s the center of national government. It’s a busy, working city with a large population. But what is more, Washington is also a city of history and culture.  
Washington was created in 1790 when Congress ( the highest law-making body of the U. S. A. ) decided to place the nation’s new capital in the east of the country. It was build halfway between the northern and southern states of America. And of course it was named after George Washington, the first President of the United States.
There are many tourist sights in Washington. Perhaps the most important tourist sight is the Capital Building. This house is the Congress.
Another world-famous building in Washington is the White House. This is the home and office of the President of the United States. Most visitors are, however, surprised by how small the White House actually is.
Washington is also a great culture city. The Library of Congress contains one of the largest library collections in the world. The Smithsonian Museum holds the nation’s largest collection of cultural materials. And the John F. Centre is a famous centre of art and culture. It has many great musical and theatre performances throughout the year.
64. The writer mainly talks about ______.
A. Washington                      B. the history of Washington
C. buildings and sights in Washington    D. the history and culture of Washington
65. From the passage we know that Washington is situated in ________.
A. the east of the U. S. A.         B. the centre of the U. S. A.
C. the center of the middle point from north to south, of the country
D. the east and halfway from the north
66. . The white House impresses the people most for ______.
A. its white colour                             B. its size   
C. it as the home and office of the president         D. its history
67. . The writer introduces Washington in the order of _____.
A. population, history and culture               
B. hostory and culture
C. general introduction, history, sights and culture
D. generall introduction, history, sights, buildings and culture

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Weekend one-day out
A walk along the Great Wall
Beijing Hikers is organizing a hike in a village along the Great Wall in Changping District, north of downtown Beijing. The walk will take around three hours covering a distance of 10 kilometers.
Time: 8:30 a. m. ~ 4:30 p. m, Dec. 4
Cost: 200 yuan (US $ 25) per adult, 150 yuan (US $ 18. 50) for under-12s.
Meeting place: 8:30 a. m. in front of Starbucks at Lido Holiday Inn, Jiangtai Lu.
To sigh-up (one day before the hike) and more information, contact Huijie at 139 1002 5516.
Skiing and hot springs
Cycle China plans a day’s skiing fun at a resort around Beijing followed by an outdoor hot spring bath for your sore(酸痛的) body.
Cost: 350 yuan (US $ 43. 40)
Time: 8:30 a. m ~ 6:30p. m, Dec. 4
Location: Meet at the office of Cycle China, opposite the east gate of Jingshan Park, Xicheng District.
For more information and reservation, email reserve @ cyclechina. com or call 139 1188 6524.
Horse riding
This is a trip to a professional horse-riding club with well-trained bilingual instructors, offering lessons to people who love riding and those willing to learn more. The club is located in Hebei Province next to the Kangxi Grassland.
Time: 1:30a. m~ 4:30p. m, Dec. 4
Cost: 330 yuan (US$40. 74) including one hour’s riding, transportation, guide, lunch.
To sigh-up and more information, contact Lucy at 8580 5080 or 130 1117 1326.
68. This passage is written mainly for ________.
A. travel agencies           B. holiday-makers        C. guides       D. sportsmen
69. If Mary, who is ten years old, wants to hike along the Great Wall with her parents, they will pay_____ dollars.
A. 400                    B. 450                 C. 68. 50        D. 65
70. If you are interested in the knowledge about horse-riding, you’ll contact_________.
A. 139 1188 6515     B. 139 1188 6524      C. 130 1117 1326    D. 139 1002 5516
71. Cycle China is ________.
A. a website which offers travelling information     B. a traveling agency
C. a trainer for skiing                          D. a resort which offers hot spring bath

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The most popular way to welcome the new year in the United States is to have a big party. Some parties are at people’s homes. But in recent years, it has become more and more common
For Americans to go to a hotel or a club or a restaurant on the night of December the 31st. There they can have dinner, drink champagne ( a kind of wine), and dance.
Most New Year’s parties have something in common. First of all, they are usually noisy. People sing and bands (乐队)play. And often, guests pull a cracker(爆竹) when the clock strikes twelve at midnight. People think that loud sounds would drive away the evil spirits of the old year before the new year begins.
For many people New Year’s Eve is the night when they can drink as much as they like. Some New Year’s celebrations have ended sadly for people who got drunk and had driving accidents. Radio’s and television’s announcements warn people of the danger of drunk driving. Some places offer free rides home for drunken people.
The biggest and noisiest New year’s party in the United States takes place at Times Square in New York City. Thousands of people gather there. Some of them ring bells or let off crackers. Others blow whistles or car horns. And at 12 o’cloIk, they begin to cheer as an electric sign in the shape of a red apple lights up on top of a tall building.
Americans keep up one other important tradition as the new year begins. They make decisions about how to improve themselves in the year ahead. Experts say that the most common New Year’s decisions in the United states are to eat less. But many Americans also promise themselves to stop smoking, or stop drinking wine, or to be nicer to their friends and families.
Experts find fewer than ten percent of Americans carry out their New Year’s decisions. Few want to give up this tradition. Almost everyone seems to enjoy looking back over the year that has just ended and looking forward to a nice beginning of a new year. ,
72. The article is about _____.
A. some important traditions in the USA
B. when and where Americans welcome the new year
C. New year’s celebrations in the USA
D. American ways of life and their interests
73. On New Year’s Eve _____ in America.
A. parties are held in different places
B. people are encouraged to drink as much as they like
C. some places offer free rides home for everyone
D. people begin to shout as soon as they see a red apple
74. . Most new year’s parties are usually noisy, because______.
A. people sing songs         B. bands play music  
C. guests pull crackers       D. people want to get rid of bad luck of the old year
75. In order to prevent car accidents _____ on New Year’s Eve.
A. many Americans promise to stop drinking wine
B. drunken people are forbidden to drive, but can be driven home for free in some places
C. little wine is served at New year’s celebrations
D. people are warned of the danger of drinking too much

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短文改错


第四部分:写(共两节,满分35分)
第一节:短文改错:(共10小题,每小题1分,满分10分)
此题要求改正所给短文中的错误,对标有题号的每一行做出判断:如无错误,在该行右边横线上划一个勾(√):如果有错误(每行只有一个错误),则按下列情况改正:该行多一个词:把多余的词用斜线(\)划掉,在该行右边横线上写出该词,并也用横线划掉该行缺一个词:在缺词处加一个漏字符号(∧),在该行右边横线上写出该加的词该行错一个词:在错的词下划一横线,在该行右边横线上写出改正后的词注意:原行没有错的不要改
Last summer I go to America and studied at a language           76. __________
school. I had many wonderful experience, but I also               77. __________
had a sad one. One day, the school held party, where               78. __________
I invited to talk about Guilin. After that they asked me a lot          79. __________
of things about China. But I couldn’t explain them with English      80. _________
clearly. I felt sadly. I learnt a lesson from this experience. I          81. _________
have already studied English for eight years, but I can’t use it        82. _________
very good. I must work hard to improve my spoken English          83. _________
so that I will not be able to communicate freely with foreigners.       84. _________
I hope I can be a bridge between China and others countries          85. _________
in the future.

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书面表达


第二节:书面表达(满分25分)
假如你是汤姆,你所在的学校将举办一届文化艺术节(Cultural and Art Festival),他们想邀请罗琳女士(Mrs. Rowling)来你校做报告请你写一封邀请信,信中包括以下内容:
罗琳女士的哈利·波特(Harry Potter)受到你校学生的欢迎
许多学生想有机会亲赌此书作家,听听她对此书的看法
艺术节将在五月的第二个星期举行
所需费用由你校出
注意:词数100左右
Dear Mrs. Rowing,
_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
Yours  sincerely
Tom

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