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【可编辑】南京师大附中2014-2015学年高一上学期期中考试英语试题.doc

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www.ks5u.com南京师大附中2014-2015学年度第1学期高一年级期中考试英语试卷 命题人:高一英语备课组本试卷分第一卷和第二卷两部分。满分100分。考试用时120分钟。注意事项:答题前,考生务必将自己的班级、姓名、学号写在答题卡上。考试结束后,将答题卡和答卷纸交回。第一卷 (选择题,共70分)第一部分:听力 (共三节,满分12.5分)第一节(共5小题;每小题0.5分,满分2.5分)听下面5段对话。每段对话后有一个小题,从题中所给的A、B、C三个选项中选出最佳选项,并标在试卷的相应位置, 听完每段对话后,你都有10秒钟的时间来回答有关小题和阅读下一小题。每段对话仅读一遍。1. What is the man going to do?A. Visit Mike.B. Go shopping.C. Have a birthday party.2. What are the two speakers going to do next week?A. Take an exam.B. Have a holiday.C. Go home.3. What does the woman want to do?A. Look at the traffic lights.B. Find a hospital.C. Look for a white building.4. When did the football match begin?A. At 2:15B. At 2:30.C. At 2:45.5. Where did the man go last week?A. To Hong Kong.B. To Shanghai.C. To New York.第二节(共10题;每小题0.5分,满分5分)听下面4段对话或独白。每段对话或独白后有几个小题,从题中所给的A、B、C三个选项中选出最佳选项,并标在试卷的相应位置。听每段对话或独白前,你将有时间阅读各个小题,每小题5秒钟;听完后,各个小题将给出5秒钟的作答时间。每段对话或独白读两遍。听第6段材料, 回答第6至7题。6. What happened to the man?A. He got a prize.B. He lost his job.C. He found a new job.7. What does the woman think of the boss?A. Rude.B. Stupid.C. Right.听第7段材料, 回答第8至10题。8. Which season is it now?A. Spring.B. Summer.C. Autumn.9. Why does the woman come here? A. To visit John.B. To teach skating.C. To attend a wedding.10. Where does the man work now?A. At a radio station. B. At the Bank of America. C. At the Bank of Chicago.听第8段材料,回答第11至13题。11. Where will the man go tomorrow afternoon?A. To the zoo.B. To the National Theater.C. To the National Art Museum.12. What do we know about the local restaurants?A. The seafood is good there.B. The food is cheap there.C. The cooks are great there.13. What can we learn from the conversation?A. The woman is a tour guide.B. The man will travel by train.C. The museum has Italian paintings.听第9段材料,回答第14至15题。14. How many novels are mentioned in the conversation?A. Two.B. Three.C. Four.15. When did he make his first film?A. In 1960. B. In 1973.C. In 1978.第三节 根据课文录音填词(共5题;每小题1分,满分5分)根据所听内容填写单词,然后将所填单词写到答题纸上,课文录音听两遍。Along with these physical changes, there come many 16 changes. Boys and girls tend to be different in this 17 . Many boys become 18 ―they want to find their own limits and the limits of the world around them, but may not have the 19 to make good choices in their 20 . 第二部分:英语知识运用 (共两节,满分57.5分)第一节 单项选择 (共15小题;每小题1分,满分15分)请认真阅读下面各题,从题中所给的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。21. She regretted taking part in Beijing International Marathon, saying it was the toughest physical ______ ever. A. examinationB. experienceC.challenge D. change22. As an extraordinary year comes to an end, the TIME magazine is inviting readers to help ______ the person who has most influenced the world. A. defend B. respectC. informD. select23. The book tells the stories of the earthquake through the eyes of those ______ lives were affected. A. whoseB. thatC. whoD. which24. Afghanistan has ______ too many wars since the 1990s, making its people ______ a lot. A. got through, upsetB. looked through, struggle C. gone through, sufferD. passed through, risk25. We wanted to get home before dark, but it didn’t quite ______ as planned. A. turn upB. turn outC. turn onD. turn off26. The mother watched her children playing on the beach, with her arms ______ in front of her chest. A. to crossB. crossedC. crossingD. be crossed27. -Hi, Katherine. ______ you ______ the party? -Sure! Everything is perfect here. The food, the music and the people... A. Are, enjoyingB. Do, enjoy C. Did, enjoyD. Have, enjoyed28. A lot of environmentally friendly measures have been taken to reduce the Beijing smog during the APEC meeting, including ______ the number of cars on the road. A. countingB. limitingC. handling D. raising29. In an important game like this one, every minute ______ . So let’s go for it! A. countsB. worksC. lastsD. helps30. If things are left ______ they are, the problems will never be settled, I’m afraid. A. howB. asC. whichD. what31. There are not many places in space ______ the temperature is between 0ºC and 45ºC, ______ earthly life forms prefer. A.which, which B. which, whereC. where, whereD.where, which32. The teacher along with the students ______ discussing Reading Skills that ______ newly published in America. A. are; were B. is; wereC. are; wasD. is; was33. Her most ______ habit was eating with her mouth open and making noises. A. annoying B. ashamed C. confusing D. enjoyable 34. John, ______ you've passed your test you can drive on your own. But be careful!  A. even if B. as ifC. now thatD. in case35. -I think you should phone Rebecca and say sorry to her. - ______. It was her fault. A. No doubt B. No worryC. No wayD. No problem第二节 完形填空 (共20小题;每题1分,满分20分)阅读下面短文,从短文后所给各题的四个选项A、B、C、D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。My older brother Steve, in the 36 of my father who died when I was six, gave me important lessons in 37 that helped me grow into an adult. For example, Steve taught me to face the 38 of my behavior. Once when I returned in 39 from a Saturday baseball game, it was Steve who 40 the time to ask me what happened. When I 41 that my baseball had flown through Mrs. Holt’s basement window, breaking the glass with a 42 , Steve encouraged me to apologize to her. 43 , I should not have played in the path between buildings. 44 my knees trembled (颤抖) as I explained, I offered to pay for the window if she 45 return my ball. I also learned from Steve that 46 belongings are a sacred (神圣的) thing. After I found a silver pen in my fifth-grade classroom, I wanted to 47 it, but Steve explained that it might be important to 48 else in spite of the fact that it had little value. He reminded me of 49 I’d hate to lose the small dog my father gave me to someone else. I returned the pen to my teacher, Mrs. David. Yet of all the 50 Steve gave me, his respect for 51 is the most vivid (清晰的) in my mind. When I was twelve I killed an old brown sparrow in the yard with a BB gun. 52 with my accuracy (精准), I screamed to Steve to come from the house to have a look. I shall never forget the 53 he stood for a long moment and stared at the bird. “Did it 54 you first, Mark?” he asked. I didn’t know what to answer. I really felt terrible then, but that moment 55 as the most important lesson my brother taught me. 36.A. presenceB. absenceC. chargeD. respect37.A. beliefs B. truthsC. valuesD. memories 38.A. reasonsB. patterns C. effectsD. results 39.A. joyB. tearsC. surpriseD. smiles40.A. tookB. spentC. paidD. got41.A. insistedB. addedC. complainedD. explained42.A. screamB. beatC. blowD. crash43.A. Above allB. In allC. First of allD. After all44.A. BecauseB. AlthoughC. ButD. As45.A. shouldB. wouldC. mightD. must 46.A. personalB. publicC. regularD. valuable47.A. saveB. keepC. pickD. return48.A. nobody B. everybody C. somebody D. anybody 49.A. whyB. whenC. howD. what50.A. informationB. supportC. lessonsD. introductions51.A. lifeB. peopleC. familyD. birds52.A. ProudB. EncouragedC. RelaxedD. Excited53.A. wayB. timeC. placeD. scene54.A. affectB. damage C. hurtD. fight 55.A. stands outB. reaches outC. goes outD. holds out 第三部分:阅读理解 (共15小题;每小题1.5分,满分22.5分)请认真阅读下列短文,从短文后各题所给的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。A“Our aim is to take our art to the world and make people understand what it is to move.” said David Belle, the co-founder of parkour. Do you love running? It is a good exercise, yet many people find it boring. But what if making your morning jog a creative one? Like jumping from walls and over gaps? Just like the James Bond in the movie Casino Royale? Bond jumps down from a roof to a windowsill and then runs several blocks over obstacles (障碍) on the way. It is just because of Bond’s wonderful performances that the sport has become popular worldwide.Yes, that’s parkour, an extreme (极限的) street sport aimed at moving from one point to another as quickly as possible, getting over all the obstacles in the path using only the abilities of the human body. Parkour isconsidered an extreme sport. As its participants dash around a city, they may jump over fences, run up walls and even move from rooftop to rooftop.Parkour can be just as exciting and charming as it sounds, but its participants see parkour much more than that. Overcoming all the obstacles on the course and in life is part of the philosophy (哲理) behind parkour. This is the same as life. You must determine (决定) your destination. Go straight, and jump over all the obstacles as if in parkour and never fall back from them in your life to reach the destination successfully. A parkour lover said, “I love parkour because its philosophy has become my life, my way to do everything.”Another philosophy we’ve learnt from parkour is freedom. It can be done by anyone, at anytime, anywhere in the world. It is a kind of expression of trust in yourself that you earn energy and confidence. 56. Parkour has become popular throughout the world because of ______. A. its co-founder, David Belle B. the film, Casino Royale C. its risks and tricks D. its participants 57. According to the text, which of the following is true of parkour? A. It challenges human abilities. B. It is a good but boring sport. C. It needs special training. D. It is a team sport. 58. As its participants move around a city, ______. A. they can ask for help B. they may choose to run away C. they should run to extremes D. they must learn to survive 59. Which of the following is the philosophy of parkour? A. Sports and extremes. B. Excitement and popularity. C. Dreams and success. D. Determination and freedom.BGrowing up, I always hated the holiday Halloween. Why? Long story short, I was easily scared. Out of all the years of this, probably the most memorable was the Halloween of 2006.My day started out normal, or at least as normal as it can get on Halloween morning. I was in third grade, and I was walking toward my classroom. Since it was Halloween, we were all dressed up in costumes. I was a fairy princess.As I walked into my classroom, all the lights were off. When the clock struck 8, the door slammed shut and we heard a horrible voice. “Hello, my children!” said the voice. It came from a woman in black robes and a pointy hat. It took me a few minutes to realize that this was actually my teacher, Mrs. Roberson. Thankfully, after a long speech about how she was not Mrs. Roberson, she turned the lights back on and let us work on crossword puzzles.Sadly, this didn’t last long. After about an hour, Mrs Roberson led us through a dark hallway. Cobwebs (蜘蛛网) were everywhere, glowing eyes stared at me from behind doors, and I thought I heard the howling of a werewolf (狼人).I was scared. Don’t worry, I told myself. You’ll be okay. After all, what’s the worst that could happen during school? She took us to an empty classroom, and then blindfolded (罩住眼睛) all of us after we sat down on the ground. “Now, I will be passing around various body parts,” she said. “Do not peek at the organs, or we will eat you. First is the heart ...” I held my breath. Of course it wasn’t really a body part, but what was it? The “heart” was slimy (黏糊糊的) and cold! And ... it was moving! I was terrified. Then came the...I wondered what they could be. Finally, as the eyeballs and the stomach, “intestines (肠子)” came around, I peeked. It was only cold spaghetti noodles!After that, we went back to our own classrooms. “Betty,” I heard a voice say, “May I have a word?” Frozen in fear, I walked toward my teacher. What would she do? She must have seen me peek! “I just wanted to congratulate you on your perfect test score!” I sighed in relief (宽慰) for one of many times that day. I was safe, at least for today.60. The author wasn’t a big fan of Halloween because she ______. A. didn’t feel like making fun of others B. tended to get frightened easily C. often had trouble picking her Halloween costumes D. didn’t know much about the holiday61. The underlined phrase “peek at” in Paragraph 5 probably means ______. A. ask about something openly B. watch something secretly C. touch something with your hands D. break something carelessly62. Which of the following order of events is correct according to the text? a. The author dressed up as a fairy princess. b. The author was led through a dark, scary hallway. c. The author recognized Mrs. Roberson in her costume. d. The author was praised by her teacher for her academic performance. e. The author was frightened by the “body parts” her teacher was passing around. A. abecdB. acebdC. acbedD. AbedcCBeing frightened can be good for you. Fear makes your brain flood with healthy chemicals that excite your mood and produce feelings of euphoria, or great excitement. According to Dr. Margee Kerr, a sociologist who studies fear, this “powerful chemical punch” includes endorphins and dopamine―a natural compound (化合物) in the body that creates feelings of happiness.When you’re scared, your body also produces a chemical called oxytocin. This hormone (荷尔蒙) helps people bond with one another. When people share the experience of being scared, it can make them feel closer. So, if you’re at a haunted (闹鬼的) house with some friends, that experience can help strengthen your friendship. “Watch people walking out of a haunted house, and you’ll see lots of smiles and high fives,” Kerr says.There is also some evidence that being scared can help a person manage stressful (有压力的) situations. Things like giving a presentation in front of your class or performing in a school play can make us fearful and anxious. But these experiences help build a sort of endurance (忍耐力) to fear that makes us more confident. “You become more comfortable with the physical experience of fear, and so you’re better able to work though it during stressful situations,” Kerr explains.Though some haunting may be healthy, it’s important to remember that people experience fear in different ways. What may be fun for one person could be too scary for another. And Kerr notes that kids younger than six and or seven can’t separate real and make-believe, so seeing something frightening could have lasting, negative effects.63. All the following statements about endorphins is true EXCEPT that ______. A. it brings about great excitement B. it creates the feelings of happiness C. a sociologist who studies fear discovered it D. your body produces it when you are fearful64. When people share the experience of being scared, they feel closer to ______. A. one anotherB. the hormoneC. the chemical D. the haunted house 65. According to the text, kids under 6 or 7 ______. A. can’t tell imagination from reality B. are unable to produce healthy chemicals C. don’t like being frightened D. can’t remember scary experiences66. What is the main idea of the text? A. Powerful chemicals can make us happy. B. How we can manage scary situations. C. People experience fear in different ways. D. Being scared can be good for your health.DPete took his seat this day on his usual bench in Union Square. Every Thanksgiving Day for nine years Pete had taken this same seat exactly at one o’clock, and each time the same pleasant thing had happened. But this time Pete had come here more from habit than from hunger. Certainly today Pete was not hungry. Two rich old ladies gave him a Thanksgiving dinner of everything he could eat. Pete sat on the bench now, hardly able to move. The buttons on his ragged (破烂的) shirt and coat were about to burst. The November breeze and the first light fall of snow felt cool and pleasant to his face. He happened to look to the left and there in the distance he saw the Old Gentleman coming toward him. He wanted to get up and run, but he was so full of food he stayed right there. Every Thanksgiving Day for nine years, the Old Gentleman had come there, found Pete on this same bench, and then taken him to a restaurant and bought him a Thanksgiving dinner. It was a kind of tradition which the Old Gentleman, who had no family and lived alone, had tried to continue. “How do you do!” said the Old Gentleman. “Glad to see that the changes of another year have permitted you to move in health through this beautiful world.”Each time the Old Gentleman had said exactly this same thing. It was part of the tradition. Pete, too, began to feel as though he himself was now a part of the tradition, and he therefore did not have the courage to tell the old man that he had already eaten. This dinner seemed to mean so much to the Old Gentleman.“Thank you, sir,” said Pete at last. “ I’ll go with you gladly. I’m very hungry, sir. ” Together the Old Gentleman and Pete walked south to the same restaurant where each year Pete had his Thanksgiving dinner. The Old Gentleman seemed pleased and happy. When the waiter brought dish after dish of food to Pete, the Old Gentleman sat quietly and smiled. Under the circumstances (在这种情况下), Pete had to eat. It was part of the tradition, and so he ate like a hero, although when he entered the restaurant even the smell of more food almost made him sick. At last Pete leaned back with the battle won.“Thank you, sir,” he said, with some effort, “for a fine dinner. ”They parted as they did each year at the door, the Old Gentlemen going south, Pete north.Around the corner, Pete stopped for a moment, felt a terrible pain in his stomach, then fell to the sidewalk unconscious (失去知觉的). A little time later an ambulance came. In the hospital they discovered that he had had an attack of indigestion (消化不良).An hour later, another ambulance brought the Old Gentleman to the same hospital. At first they thought it was also indigestion but later one of the nurses said, “That nice old gentleman over there―you wouldn’t think that it was a case of hunger. ”67. Where did Pete and the Old Gentleman meet every Thanksgiving Day? A. In the restaurant.B. In Union Square. C. At the Old Gentleman’s house.D. At the hospital.68. Which of the following sentences in the text does NOT show Pete was full? A. Pete sat on the bench now, hardly able to move. B. The buttons on his ragged shirt and coat were about to burst. C. Pete, too, began to feel as though he himself was now a part of tradition. D. When he entered the restaurant even the smell of food almost made him sick.69. The underlined sentence “I’m very hungry, sir.” in Paragraph 5 implies that ______. A. Pete didn’t have the heart to refuse the offer B. Pete wanted to have another dinner C. Pete was suffering from hunger D. Pete enjoyed having the Thanksgiving dinner for free70. Which of the following words can best describe the Old Gentleman? A. Honest.B. Self-centered. C. Stupid. D. Generous.第二卷(非选择题,共30分)第一部分:任务型阅读 (共10小题;每小题1分,满分10分)Speaking in public is most people’s least favorite thing. The reason is that we are all afraid of making fools of ourselves. The more important the speech is, the more frightened we become. In fact, public speaking is not a “gift” like musical talent. Anybody who can talk can speak in public. Here is what I have learned:Try to make your idea clear and brief. If you can't express what you want to get across, in a sentence or two, then your speech is not focused well enough. If you don't have a clear idea of what you want to say, your audience will make no sense. After all, what you can impress (给......留下深刻印象) your audience in your speech is one or two of your main ideas. One or two. Not ten or twenty. No matter how long or short your speech is, you’ve got to organize it well―how you are going to open, what major points you want to make and how you’re going to close. A strong close is critical (至关重要的): the last thing you say is what your audience will most likely remember. When I do a radio or TV piece, I often write the last sentence first. When you know where you’re headed, you can choose any route to get there. Finally, you’d better limit the time of your speech as properly as you can to keep your audience interested. Take a vaudeville act (杂耍) for example. The length of one is usually 12 minutes. If all those performers singing and dancing their hearts out couldn’t go on longer without boring the audience, what makes you think you can?Title: How to make a public    71   Main pointsReasons   72   Try to keep it brief and clear.•If you can’t   73   your idea in a sentence or two, your speech is not focused well enough.•The audience will not understand you well if your idea is not   74   .Impress your audience with one or two of your main ideas.Try to    75   your speech well.•Knowing where you are going, you can make a better    76   of the route to get there.Know very well about the    77   , body and ending of the speech.Try to    78   your speech time.•If you do, your audience will not lose    79   .•If you don't, the audience will be    80   .Keep your speech short.第二部分:阅读下列句子并根据所给的首字母用适当的单词填空 (共10小题;每小题1分,满分10分)81. As is known to all, success comes after many f______.82. It upsets her English teacher that Bonnie’s grade in the test was way below a______.83. The teacher promised to keep parents i______ of their children’s performance at school. 84. Damon refused to offer any e______ for not attending the meeting, which made his boss angry.85. If you really have difficulty b______ work and family, you need to talk to your wife and get her support first. 86. The neighbours told the police that they heard Jeremy and his wife had an a______ before the gunshot.87. Elena found it so e______ having to answer questions about her private life.88. It is never easy to give up something to which you have d______ so much time and effort. 89. -Stephan, you look so upset. What’s up? -I failed my maths exam. I should have c______ on my studies.90. -I’m under a lot of p______ recently. -I know. Your boss is very hard to please and gives too much extra work. 第三部分:阅读下列句子并根据所给中文解释用适当的词组填空 (共10小题;每小题1分,满分10分)91. The money collected should be ______ ______ ______ ______ (好好利用) to help the people suffering from ALS.92. I don't really ______ ______ (赞成) teenagers wearing makeup, which may damage their skin.93. -When ______ we ______ ______ (应该) check out of the hotel? -Before 12 o’clock.94. Vicki has done something wrong, and she ______ ______ ______ ______ (理应受罚). 95. I am finally admitted to my ideal university and I ______ ______ (想要) celebrating now. 96. Working out regularly can help you ______ ______ ______ (强身健体) and keep a slim figure.97. Klaus ______ ______ ______ (非常想) start his own business. After a few years of hard work, his dream finally came true. 98. Looking back on those years at college, Caroline often regrets having wasted ______ ______ ______ ______ (大量的) time.99. If you follow the doctor’s suggestions, you will look and feel much better ______ ______ ______ (很快).100. I look back on my time in the UK ______ ______ (满意地), and I really hope to go back and study in Manchester again. 11
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