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海 淀 区 高 一年 级 第 二 学 期 期 末 练 习 英 语 2017. 07学校 班级 姓名 成绩 第一部分: 听力理解 (共三节,15分)第一节 (共4小题; 每小题1分, 共4分)听下面4段对话,从每题A、B、C三个选项中, 选出能回答问题的最佳选项。每段对话你将听一遍。1. Who will the woman meet on Friday night?A. Lucy. B. Alice. C. Mike.2. What drink will the man take? A. Coffee. B. Juice.C. Tea.3. How did the man get to the office today?A. By car. B. By bus. C. By subway.4. Which extreme sport did the man do? A. Sky surfing. B. Bungee jumping. C. Snowboarding.第二节 (共7小题; 每小题1分, 共7分)听下面3段对话或独白,从各题A、B、C三个选项中, 选出能回答问题的最佳选项。每段对话或独白你将听两遍。听第5段材料,回答第5至6题。5. When will the party be held?A. In the morning. B. In the afternoon. C. In the evening. 6. What will the woman probably bring?A. Puddings. B. Salads. C. Turkey.听第6段材料,回答第7至8题。7. What did the man think of Susan?A. She had a good voice.B. She was polite and friendly.C. She answered the questions well.8. Who will receive the offer?A. Frank. B. David. C. Susan. 听第7段材料,回答第9至11题。9. What does PS Camping offer now? A. Camping equipment. B. Camping places in the UK. C. Camping plans for families.10. Which could be the children’s activity in the afternoon? A. A drama. B. A drawing competition. C. A football match. 11. When should the tent areas be quiet? A. At 9:30 pm. B. At 10.00 pm. C. At 10:30 pm.第三节(共4小题; 每小题1分, 共4分)听下面一段对话,根据题目要求在相应题号后的横线上写下关键信息, 每空只填一词。这段对话你将听两遍。 数字、日期、地名、人名(大小写)Lost Baggage Report FormName____12____ JeanDate24th ____13_____ Tel No.___14_____Lost ItemsA ___15____ plastic bag with an umbrella and several CDs inside.第二部分:阅读理解(共两节,35分)第一节 (共10小题;每小题2分,共20分)阅读下列短文,从每题所给的A、B、C、D四个选项中,选出最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。AThe Power of SoundThe music of world-famous guitarist Gabriel Ayala can make you cheer or cry depending on the chords(弦). As the winner of numerous musical honors, he said, “I love the power of sound.” He was also recently named Native American Music Awards Artist of the Year and he played at the inauguration of President Barack Obama.“My concerts are a journey for both my audiences and myself,” he says. “Feelings and emotions are all over the board and I am the tool trying to convey those feelings, trying to paint a visual picture through chord changes. Sound conveys power, whether it’s a well-performed craze or the wind blowing through the trees. Music isn’t just a pretty melody, also it’s a visual performance that captures moments in life and puts them to music.”Ayala also shares his gift with kids. As a teacher with a master’s degree, he serves as an advocate(提倡者) for youth education by being a role model. He practices the philosophy of honoring elders, respecting women, and loving children. He delivers a message to youth that they can become whatever they dream of.The music man has recently launched a non-profit foundation to work more closely with youngsters. “I’ve been blessed in both my career and life and feel I need to give back to pay my respect and thanks for the gift I have owned and I can do that through music,” he says.One of his experiences in giving back involved a high school class of some 200, which included a special needs group. “I used my guitar as a tool to capture their interest and once I began playing, the whole behaviors of the class changed in a positive way. This was especially so for one of the disabled students whose hands would not allow him to even hold my costly guitar. When I put the valuable guitar in his lap and he started beating the heck out of it as hard as he could, there wasn’t a dry eye in the house. That’s the real reason I play music, not for fame or fortune, but because music has the power to truly heal. The look on that boy’s face was priceless.”16. In Ayala’s eyes, music is a ______. A. role model D. visual performance B. natural gift C. famous painting17. Ayala plays music to ______. A. earn money B. be a role modelC. become famous D. encourage the youth 18. From the passage, we can learn that Ayala ______. A. plays various instruments skillfully B. sends valuable guitars to disabled students C. devotes himself to delivering the power of music D. calls on children to walk into schools to learn music BAirbnb for PetsThe majority of Americans see their pets as family members, surveys show. Those with dogs are more likely to call themselves pet “parents” than pet “owners”. In big cities such as San Francisco and Seattle, (owned) dogs outnumber children.Overall, annual spending on pet food and products in America has risen by around 40% over the past ten years. Now a number of startups have sniffed a fresh opportunity. Much as Airbnb has offered travelers an alternative(替换物) to staying in a hotel, two firms, Rover and DogVacay, want to give pet owners an alternative to kennels(养狗场) when away from home.One selling point of this model is less expense. Customers search for a nearby sitter and pay for their dog to stay in that person’s home. The cost is around $30 a night, with the majority of that going to the sitter and around a fifth to the company—much less than you would spend to check your dog into a kennel.The other big selling-point is that pets generally receive better treatment. There are ways, apparently, to vet (资格审查) dog hosts to find the real pet lovers: only around 15% of those who apply to serve as pet sitters are approved. Besides, Rover has launched a feature that enables customers to see how far their dog has been walked via the GPS in the host’s phone. Like Airbnb, both DogVacay and Rover insure stays against accidents.Another advantage is that customers often use dog-sitting services many times a year, and they tend to be loyal. That has helped DogVacay and Rover attract a lot of venture-capital money.But firms that connect pets with hosts will face great competition as they try to go global. And unlike Airbnb, which pulls in customers thanks to its presence in lots of markets that people want to travel to, the network effect for services like DogVacay is local. Despite having foreseen the trend early, such firms may never achieve the same scale as an Airbnb. But then no one ever said it was easy to be top dog. 19. Rover and DogVacay are firms that______.A. sell pet food and productsB. offer hotels to pet ownersC. provide pet-sitting servicesD. help pet owners start new firms20. One advantage of the Rover and DogVacay model is that_______.A. pets are loyal to the pet sittersB. anyone can be accepted as a pet sitterC. customers can walk their dogs with phonesD. the firms can insure pets’ safety during the stays21. We can learn from the last paragraph that Rover and DogVacay ______.A. are facing fierce competition when going globalB. are as successful as Airbnb internationallyC. have connected pets with hosts worldwideD. have become top dog without difficultyCIn the world of today, media have become as necessary as food and clothing. They have played a significant role in strengthening society. Media are considered as "mirror" of the modern society. In fact, it is the media that shape our lives. The role of media has become one way of trading and marketing of products and prejudices(偏见). Media claimed to be governed by righteousness and fairness, but greed has poisoned its virtues.Society is influenced by media in so many ways. It is the media for the masses that help them get information about a lot of things and also form opinions and make judgments regarding various issues. It is the media that keep people informed about what is happening around them and the world. Everyone can draw something from them. Media have had a bad effect on a generation, mainly because youth are strongly influenced by media. Teenagers and children wish to follow the people who get recognized and do what they do to get noticed. Sometimes, they focus on the bad side of the media and try to be a part of it. Media affect people's ideas. Too much involvement of media in everything is a matter of concern. Media can be considered as "watch dog" of political democracy (民主). Through the ages, the emphasis of media on news has disappeared. Media, these days, try to eye the news which could help them to sell the information gathered worldwide, so that they could pave a way of success and fame of their respective(各自的) channels. For the sake of publicity and selling, important figures’ lifestyles are usually targeted. Unimportant and irrelevant news is given first attention and due to a reason or another, it gets onto the minds of the viewers. And in this way, many a time, important political, economical and sociological news gets neglected and gradually loses its importance.No doubt, media have played a significant role in making the world a global village and reducing the communication gaps amongst people living in the far areas, but unfortunately, media these days mainly eye the news which is hot and good at selling. The goal is to gain the television rating points.I believe, if media identify their responsibilities and work sincerely and honestly, then they can serve as a great force in building the nation.22. What is the best title of the passage?A. The Development of Media. B. The Role of Media in Today’s World. C. The Importance of Media Today. D. The Influence of Media on the Youth.23. According to Paragraph 2, _______.A. media influence society greatly B. media benefit most of the people C. people inform media of what’s happeningD. teenagers want to get recognized via media24. We can learn from the passage that media nowadays ____________.A. try to work as “watch dog” of political democracyB. fail to target the lifestyles of important figuresC. help to sell and publicize the important newsD. tend to focus on their fame and success25. The author organizes the passage by______________.A. giving definition B. providing examples C. making contrast D. presenting data第二节 (共10小题; 每小题1.5分, 共15分)Read the following passage and then answer the questions. The Bold Bus DriverOn a warm morning last summer, California bus driver Tim Watson was about halfway through his daily 15-mile express route from Milpitas to Fremont when an alert from the Valley Transportation Authority (VTA) flashed across his dashboard screen. A child had been kidnapped (绑架)in Milpitas, the message read, and it asked that drivers be on the lookout for the boy. The victim was described as a three-year-old child in plaid(方格图案的)shorts and red shoes; the suspect, a man in his 20s wearing jeans and a black hooded sweatshirt. Tim felt his stomach drop when he realized that a man with a kid on his hip had boarded the bus just ten minutes earlier. Tim clearly remembered the boy’s plaid shorts. Tim glanced in one of his mirrors and saw the pair sitting in the last seat at the back of the nearly empty bus. Before alerting authorities, he wanted to confirm their identities. Pulling into a McDonald’s parking lot, he announced that he needed to look for a lost bag. He moved slowly down the aisle, peering under each seat, until he approached the last row. As he bent down, Tim avoided eye contact with the man. “I saw the boy’s red shoes,” says Tim. “But I knew I had to keep cool.” Back behind the wheel, Tim apologized for the delay and pulled the bus onto the highway. Not wanting to arouse suspicion, he waited
a few minutes, then radioed the bus dispatcher in his low voice that he had the kidnapping suspect on his bus. The dispatcher directed Tim to continue to his final stop at the Fremont BART subway station, where police officers would be waiting. “As I’m driving, all I can think about is what I’m going to do if I get there before the police,” he says. So he slowed down, rolling along at 35mph in a 65mph zone. As Tim was about to make the last turn into the BART parking lot, he saw from the side mirrors police car pull up behind the bus silently but with red lights flashing. “The bus doesn’t have a back window, so the guy had no idea they were there,” says Tim. He stopped the bus and opened the doors. In his right side mirror, Tim could see four cops waiting for the suspect. As the man got off the bus with the boy, a police officer grabbed the child out of his arms, threw the suspect to the ground, and hand-cuffed him behind his back. The police officers told Tim that about an hour earlier, the man, Alfonso David Edington, 23, had snatched the boy from the Milpitas library after he wandered away from his mother. Tim thought about his own sons. He went back to check that the boy was OK. Tim found him sitting calmly in the front seat of a police car, without a tear in sight. “I just smiled at him,” Tim says. “I knew he was safe.” Edington was charged with kidnapping and faced up to 11 years in prison. A few weeks after the incident, Tim received a certificate of recognition from the VTA Board of Directors and the city of Milpitas. Still, Tim is humble about his actions. Questions 26 to 30. Judge if the following statements agree with the information given in the passage. Choose A for TRUE if the statements agree with it; choose B for FALSE if the statements don’t agree with it; choose C for NOT GIVEN if the information the statements carry is not mentioned anywhere in the passage. 26. Tim had a stomachache when he realized that the bad guy was on his bus.27. The purpose of Tim pulling into a McDonald’s parking lot was to look for a lost bag.28. Tim slowed down to arrive at the final stop no earlier than the police.29. The bad guy did not see the police car because the bus didn’t have a back window.30. The boy’s mother was chatting with friends when he wandered away.Questions 31 to 34. Match the following words with their meanings in the passage. Note that there are four choices more than you need. A. taken B. robbedC. beatD. alarmE. arrestedF. appreciationG. contributionH. announcement31. alert32. snatched 33. hand-cuffed 34. recognition Question 35. Choose the best answer from A, B, C or D. 35. According to the passage, which of the following could best describe Tim?A. Kind and generous. B. Wise and humorous.C. Patient and creative D. Brave and smart.第三部分:知识运用(共三节,35分)第一节 单项填空(共10小题;每小题1分,共10分)从每题所给的A、B、C、D四个选项中,选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。36. Mr. Black is such a busy man that he has got ______ time to spend with his family. A. someB. littleC. few D. much37. The soil along the Yellow River contains materials ______ the natural balance of the area. A. having keptB. to keep C. kept D. keep38. Over the last decade, the government _______ hard at using advertisements to educate the public. A. workedB. had workedC. works D. has worked39. I hate soap operas and whenever I see them on TV, I immediately turn over to ______ channel. A. another B. otherC. the other D. others40. Tom was glad Aunty Mei could afford ______ him, so he refused to let her pay for anything. A. to visit B. visitC. visiting D. visited41. Charles, the ex-millionaire, was tired of being a person ______ had everything in a world ______ many people had nothing. A. who, which B. whose, where C. that, which D. who, where42. For many of today’s advertisers, ______ old ideas is not a successful approach. A. repeat B. repeating C. having repeated D. being repeated43. Last time, when I visited China, we saw the tour guide _____ a very pretty fur coat on the day we left.A. wearing B. wornC. to wear D. wears44. Because of the idea of “white bikes”, people ______________ city center streets without cars for many years in Amsterdam. A. are enjoying B. had enjoyed C. have been enjoying D. will enjoy45. The Belt and Road Forum ________ in Beijing in May, 2017. A. is heldB. holds C. was held D. held第二节 完形填空(共20小题;每小题1分,共20分)阅读下面一篇短文,掌握其大意,从每题所给的A、B、C、D四个选项中,选出最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。To Keep Me from the RainSometimes it’s not the huge sacrifices that mums make but the tiny things they do day in and day out that make you realize what special people they are.It was a 46 January day. When I left home for the office, the weather report said, “Windy and cold, but no rain.” 47 , by the time I was about to leave work in the early evening, it was absolutely 48 !My office was close to the bus stop, so I just 49 out of the door and onto the bus. Unfortunately, when I got off, I still had about a mile to 50 to my home. Normally on a night like that, my husband would come and get me. That morning, he had told me that he was putting the car in for a 51 . As I stepped off the bus to walk home, I 52 to get my tiny umbrella to go up in the strong wind. Then, suddenly and to my 53 , I heard my mum’s voice.“Quickly! Come under here, before you get soaked!”I rushed under my bigger 54 and stared at Mum in surprise. “What on Earth are you doing here in this 55 ?” I asked her. My mum was eighty-three that year, and 56 fit and healthy, she didn’t like going out 57 strong wind and heavy rain. In fact, on a day like that, I usually went round to her house to make sure she didn’t 58 out of anything.“You told me to come round for dinner tonight, but I came 59 before the rain got too heavy. Eric told me that your car was in for a service and I saw your big umbrella lying on the chair. I 60 you had forgotten it, so I just picked it 61 and came out to meet you.”My mum passed away the following year. This simple 62 remains embedded in my mind, and reminds me how completely my mum 63 me. She wouldn’t have gone out in the wind and rain for herself, but, at eighty-three, she never gave a second 64 about braving the storm so I wouldn’t get 65 . 46. A. windy B. cloudyC. sunnyD. foggy 47. A. Besides B. HoweverC. EventuallyD. Therefore 48. A. shining B. eruptingC. pouring D. flashing49. A. left B. tookC. lookedD. rushed 50. A. drive B. jogC. walkD. cycle 51. A. rideB. serviceC. restD. lift 52. A. struggledB. continuedC. exploredD. agreed53. A. amusement B. amazementC. appreciation D. annoyance 54. A. cover B. roofC. umbrellaD. raincoat55. A. case B. wayC. placeD. weather 56. A. as B. whenC. ifD. although 57. A. under B. in C. for D. through58. A. drop B. backC. runD. get59. A. early B. regularly C. frequentlyD. conveniently 60. A. expected B. guessedC. doubted D. wondered61. A. out B. onC. upD. over 62. A. adventure B. lessonC. discoveryD. act 63. A. affected B. recognizedC. acceptedD. loved 64. A. thought B. attemptC. analysisD. test 65. A. wet B. boredC. exhaustedD. uncomfortable第三节 短文填空(共 5小题; 每小题1分, 共5分)下面是一段课文的缩写,请从方框中选用合适的词组并将其适当形式填在空白处,使短文完整, 其中有三个多余的词组。be amazed to first of all get used to as a result risk getting sick wander through look forward to get confusedI am so glad you can come to visit me in London. Knowing that you’ve never travelled outside of Asia, I thought I’d tell you a bit about what you can expect to find. When I first came here, I _____66______ find that London is such an international city. There are many Chinese restaurants here. But British people hardly eat Chinese food for breakfast. Most of them _____67_____ bacon and eggs with a few slices of toast. Something that always puzzles me is tipping. If you want to avoid _____68_____, you should always leave 10% of the bill for the service. Besides, I think we should consider staying in the English countryside for a few nights. We can _____69______ the field and pick mushrooms. One last thing, it’s very difficult for us Chinese to understand British humour. So don’t be surprised when you don’t think anything is funny. The majority of British people are friendly. Anyway, I am so ____70_____ your visit here.第四部分: 书面表达(15分)现在,越来越多的共享单车出现在我们身边,给大家的出行带来了便利,但一些问题也随之产生。假设你是红星中学高一(1)班学生李华,请就这个话题,给校刊“英语角”专栏写一篇英文稿件,内容包括:1. 共享单车的益处;2. 发现的问题;3. 你的建议。注意:词数不少于60。提示词:共享单车 shared bikes (请务必将作文写在答题卡指定区域内)海 淀 区 高 一年 级 第 二 学 期 期 末 练 习 英 语 2017.7参考答案第一部分:听力理解 (共15小题;每小题1分,共15分)第一节 1. B 2. A 3. C 4. B第二节 5. C 6. A 7. A 8. B 9. C 10. B 11. C第三节 12. Taylor 13. February 14. 068236591 15. yellow/YELLOW评分标准: 1.单词拼写正确计1分,拼写不正确不得分;每空只填写一个词,多于一个词不得分;2.第12、13题首字母必须大写,否则不得分;3. 第15题单词拼写正确计1分,大写小写均得分。第二部分:阅读理解(共35分)第一节(共10小题;每小题2分,共20分)16. B 17. D 18. C 19. C 20. D21. A 22. B 23. A 24. D 25. C第二节(共10小题;每小题1.5分,共15分)26. B 27. B 28. A 29. A 30. C 31. D 32. A 33. E 34. F 35. D第三部分: 知识运用(共35分)第一节(共10小题;每小题1分,共10分)36. B 37. B 38. D 39. A 40. A41. D 42. B 43. A 44. C 45. C第二节(共20小题;每小题1分,共20分)46. A 47. B 48. C 49. D 50. C51. B 52. A 53. B 54. C 55. D56. D 57. B 58. C 59. A 60. B 61. C 62. D 63. D 64. A 65. A 第三节(共5小题;每小题1分,共5分)66. was amazed to 67. get used to 68. getting confused 69. wander through 70. looking forward to 评分标准:词组选对,且词形与拼写正确计1分;词组选对,但有拼写错误或词形错误扣0.5分。第四部分: 书面表达(15分)A possible version:At present, shared bikes can be seen everywhere, which brings great convenience to people. They provide an effective solution to the “last mile” problem since we can unlock a bike by simply scanning the QR code on it and go wherever we want.However, bike-sharing has also led to problems, such as illegal parking or damage to the bikes. Some people park the bikes without considering any inconvenience for other people. Furthermore, we feel very disappointed when the bike we find cannot be used because the QR code is destroyed or the bike has been damaged. To cope with the above problems, I suggest the government set up some zones specifically for bike parking with bright signs. What’s more, all citizens should consider using shared bikes responsibly as a way to improve our lifestyle and promote a greener environment within the city.I really hope that shared bikes can be made best use of in the near future. 附:听力材料Text 1 M: Lucy, would you like to go to the cinema with me this Friday night? W: I’d like to, Mike. But I have to meet Alice at the airport. How about Saturday night? M: OK. See you then.Text 2M: Let’s have a short break. Which would you like to drink, coffee, juice or tea?W: A cup of tea please. How about you?M: Iced coffee as usual. It can keep my mind sharp.Text 3W: You are early today! Did you drive here?M: That’s my last choice. Driving a car in rush hour is obviously not a good idea. W: So you took a bus?M: No, the subway instead. I found it the easiest and cheapest way for me to get to the office.Text 4M: Have you ever tried extreme sports?W: I’d love to try sky surfing and snowboarding, but I’ve never got the chance.M: You know what? I once bungee jumped. It was really amazing!Text 5M: There will be a party at my new house this Saturday. Would you like to come?W: That sounds good, but I have French class in the morning and dance class in the afternoon. M: That’s OK. The party is to start in the evening, and you can come after the dance class.W: Great! Should I bring something? M: Yes, it’s a potluck party, so you should prepare something to eat.W: No problem. A roast turkey, salad, or pudding… I was wondering which to prepare.M: Anything will be fine.W: I think I’m good at pudding. I’ll make banana-flavored pudding for you.M: Nice. See you then.Text 6M: OK. We have to make a decision. Who is the best one interviewed for the job?W: Um, let’s see. First we saw Frank. He’s very polite and relaxed. But he wasn’t well dressed. He wasn’t even wearing a tie.M: That’s true, dressing well is important. Well, let’s think about the others. What about Susan? She had a nice voice and was nicely dressed.W: Well, she did look very neat, very nicely dressed. But she was so shy. She wouldn’t be very good at talking to people at the front desk.M: OK. Now who was next? Ar…Yes, David. What do you think?W: Eh… He seemed like a very bright guy. He dressed ver
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