高二英语上学期期末考试题及答案

www.1720.com_【官方首页】-澳门美高梅福建师大附中09-10学年高二上学期期末考试卷 英语(模块六) (时间:120 分钟 满分:150 听力(共两节,满分20 小题;每小题1分,满分5 请听下面5段对话,选出最佳选项。 manprobably do Wheredoes conversationprobably take place? manleave Howmany students About20. About40. About60. mando Takehis wife Takehis son park.第二节(共15 小题;每小题1 分,满分15 请听第6段材料,回答第6,7 womanprobably looking Martin’sfamily. Whatdoes Mary do? lawyer.请听第7 段材料,回答8-10 twospeakers probably now? woman’shouse. Whatdoes Mary think herboss? everything.10. When does conversationtake place? evening.请听第8 段材料,回答11-13 11.Why does womanask heroffice? Hebroke Hedidn’t listen class.12. What did manwant hermistake. teacherrepeat what she said. quiet.13. Which followingwords can best describe Honest请听第9 段材料,回答14-16 14.When did manhave his exam? LastThursday LastFriday LastSaturday Sunday.15. What can we know from man’swords? Hegot Hegot Hegot geography.16. Why does manthink English Hecan’t learn Hecan’t pronounce Hemakes mistakes writing.请听第10 段材料,回答17-20 17.How much did topwinner get his prize? 1,000dollars. 10,000dollars. 100,000dollars. 18. Where secondwinner from? WestHartford, Connecticut. GrandJunction, Colorado. Bloomington,Illinois. 19. How old thirdwinner? 16years old. 17years old. 18years old. 20. What can we know from topwinner did well secondplace winner studied RainbowRamsey Theory. thirdplace winner has invented electronicdevice. II. 单项填空(共15 小题,每小题1 分,满分15 21.Wouldn’t wonderfulworld allnations lived oneanother? 22.Every means withoutany result. hasbeen havebeen were23. stronglyrecommend myreport Mr.Brown without delay. beingreferred beinge-mailed 24. secondtime hadbeen interrupted interrupted25.Between tworows teachingbuilding. A.stand B.stands C.standing D.are 26. ---What did you think performancegiven famousdancer? sogood. greatdisappointment. turnedup turnedout turneddown 27.---Would you mind having havesomething more important______ typed,done type,done 28. surprisesus most shedoesn’t even know differencebetween twoopinions lies. What;what What;where where29. Our car wehad hardtime trying findsomeone who could get brokeup; working brokedown; worked brokeup; worked brokedown; work30. steelworks, somesatellite factories, builthere. 31.We all know what trouble she had find32. He has been out longtime, so he sentimental33. almostone week before joinedthem, nowwe goodresults have come out so far. hadbeen working stillworking hadworked werestill working haveworked; were still working stillworking 34.He used histeaching years ago, nowhe devotehimself being35. pilotasked all seatingIII. 完型填空 (共20 小题,每小题1 分,满分20 toolong ago, WaltDisney touched me greatly. guest36 out ourPolynesian Village resort(度假胜地)at Walt Disney askedhow she 37 her visit .She told front-deskclerk she had had 38vacation heartbrokenabout 39 several rolls Kodakcolor film she had yet40 momentshe particularly41 over picturesshe had shot ourPolynesian Luau memoryshe especially treasured. Now ,please understand wehave writtenservice rules 43 lost photos frontdesk 45 Disney’s idea our46 .She asked leaveher couplerolls 47film ,promising she would take care ourshow PolynesianLuau. Two weeks later guestreceived herhome werephotos ourshow, 49 signed eachperformer. werealso 50 publicprocession(游行队伍)and fireworks park,taken front-deskclerk herown 51 after work. 52because guestwrote us letter.She said herlife had she received goodservice from any business. Excellent 54 does comefrom policy (政策性的)handbooks comesfrom people who 55 attitude.36.A.working B.checking C.trying D.staying 37.A.expected B.realized C.paid D.enjoyed 38.A.disappointing B.wonderful C.uncomfortable D.important 39.A.taking B.dropping C.losing D.breaking 40.A.developed B.taken C.washed D.loaded 41.A.silly B.nervous C.calm D.sad 42.A.when B.where C.as D.which 43.A.covering B.finding C.making D.keeping 44.A.Excitedly B.Fortunately C.Therefore D.Quietly 45.A.understood B.reminded C.trusted D.discovered 46.A.workers B.guests C.managers D.clerks 47.A.printed B.shot C.unused D.recorded 48.A.film B.card C.camera D.packet 49.A.frequently B.personally C.alone D.actually 50.A.rules B.pictures C.handbooks D.performances 51.A.case B.work C.time D.position 52.A.story B.place C.photo D.show 53.A.only B.almost C.never D.nearly 54.A.advice B.experience C.quality D.service 55.A.care B.serve C.like D.know IV. 阅读理解(共12 小题,每小题2.5 分,满分30 注意:2-13班同学做A(2-13 womanheads popularNew York City coffee shop coldwinter morning. Just ahead mandrops fewpapers. womanpauses helpgather them. busystore thanks customerwho has just bought something. "Enjoy,” youngwoman says, smiling widely. "Have niceday." She sounds like she really means commonsituations we may see every day. However, herbest-selling book Talk Hand,Lynne Truss argues commongood manners saying"Excuse me" almost longerexist. certainlyplenty who would agree her.According onerecent study, 70 percent U.S.adults said people rudernow than were20 years ago. reallytrue? We decided findout goodmanners reallyhard politenessstudy, reporters were sent manycities performedthree experiments: "door tests" (would anyone hold dooropen them?);"paper drops" (who would help them gather "accidentally"dropped papers?); "servicetests" (which salesclerks would thank them NewYork, 60 tests (20 eachtype) were done. Along reportersmet all types people:men differentraces, ages, professions, incomelevels. guesswhat? end,four out everyfive people metpassed politenesstest— making New York mostpolite city study.56. What does Lynne Truss argue "Excuseme" welcomenowadays. US70% Peopledon't care about manners any more. 57. What TRUEabout politenessstudy discussed NewYork mostsuitable city Experimentswere performed commongood manners exist. Sixtytests were designed eachother. manycities world.58. What Differentkinds peopleacted differently NewYork tests. Morepeople passed NewYork than anyother cities. Manypeople experimentpassed Fourout fivepeople passed politenesstest Globalwarming may greatenvironmental crisis 21stcentury, but—regardless wewon't do much about argueover mayeven, nation,make some fairly solemn 庄严的)-sounding commitments moredramatic commitmentsseem, lesslikely kept.A1 Gore calls global warming "inconvenienttruth," onlyrecognizing couldput us realtruth wedon't know enough relieveglobal warming, withoutmajor technological breakthroughs wecan't do much about From2003 growfrom 6.4 billon 9.1billion, 42%increase energyuse per person technologyremain same,total energy use greenhousegas emissions (排放) (mainly,CO2)will 42%higher toolow, because societies growricher use more energy. We need economic growth unless we force world'spoor freezeeveryone else's living standards. modestgrowth, energy use greenhouseemissions more than double takestrict restrictions economicgrowth personalfreedom (limits electricityusage, driving mightcut back global warming. Still, politicians want showthey’re “doing something.” Consider KyotoProtocol (京都议定书).It allowed countries punishthose hasn'treduced CO2 emissions (up about 25% since 1990), manysignatories didn'tadopt tough enough policies 2008-2012targets. practicalconclusion globalwarming possibledisaster, onlysolution newtechnology. Only aggressiveresearch developmentprogram might find ways breakingour dependence fossilfuels (矿物燃料) globalwarming debate hasbecome moralproblem when engineeringone. inconvenienttruth (不愿面对的真相)is wedon't solve engineeringproblem, we're helpless. 56. What saidabout global warming firstparagraph? environmentalcrisis problemrequiring worldwide commitments. Verylittle undercontrol. Serioussteps have been taken 57.Greenhouse emissions morethan double 2050because economicgrowth wastefuluse wideninggap between rapidadvances technology58. What authorintends Globalwarming moralproblem than practicalone. finalsolution globalwarming lies newtechnology. Peoplehave giveup certain material comforts stopglobal warming. D.The debate over global warming technologicalbreakthroughs. Peoplejoke LosAngeles reads;everyone watches TV, rents videos, movies.Themost popular reading material comicbooks,movie magazines,and TV guides.City libraries have only 10 percent carwashes have.But how do you explain yearlybook festival westLos Angeles boomingyear after year.People wait half parkingspace becomeavailable. outdoorfestival, sponsored newspaper,occursevery April oneweekend. year’sattendance 70,000 75,000 festivalconsisted 280exhibitors. wereabout 90 talks given audiencequestion-and-answer period following each talk. Autograph (亲笔签名)seekers sought out more than 150 authors. shortfood street sold all kinds popularfood variousforeign foods,from American hamburgers Hawaiianshave ice (刨冰) drinks.Except $7parking fee,the festival free.Evenso,some people avoided foodstreet prices stayingaway ownsandwiches drinks.People came from all over California.One couple drove down from San Francisco. oursixth year here now.We love husband.“It’sjust fantastic greatoutdoors,to amongso many books getsome very good deals,too.” festivaloccurred years ago,but nobody knew wouldsucceed.Although book festivals were already popular otherUS cities,would Los Angeles residents welcome one?“ veryunpredictable,”said one festivalfounders. 59. underlinedsentence firstparagraph suggests citylibraries have verylimited number smallproportion (比例) readersgo citylibraries provide fewer places carwashes citylibraries have fewer parking places 60. outdoorbook festival attracts____. autographseekers authorsonly differentinterests peoplewho love Los Angeles peoplewho like cooking 61. verybeginning,people were____ about bookfestival LosAngeles. indifferent62. LosAngeles book festival shows bookreading stillpopular LosAngeles LosAngeles people prefer library bookfestival peopleattend bookfestivals librariesshould have food streets attractmore readers hearmany parents complain teenagechildren wereso. yourage you ought growingaway from your parents. You should yourown feet. goodlook presentrebellion. alltaking sameway

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