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2013.10.06.月考试卷.doc

高考考试毕业试卷白鹭洲中学高二英语月考试卷命题人高二英语备课组2013.9.26.考生注意1.本试卷设试卷I、II卷和答题卡纸三部分,试卷所有答题都必须写在答题纸上。2.答题纸与试卷在试题编号上是一一对应的,答题时应特别注意,不能错位。3.考试时间为120分钟,试卷满分为150分。第I卷(三部分共115分)第一部分听力共两节,满分30分第一节(共5小题每小题1.5分,满分7.5分)听下面5段对话。每段对话后有1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.WhenwillthenextbusleaveA.At930.B.At935.C.At1000.2.WhereisBobA.AttheHiltonHotel.B.Athome.C.Intheoffice.3.WhowantedtoborrowthecameraA.Mary.B.Jane.C.Alice.4.WhywasthemanlateA.Hehadavisitor.B.Hemissedthebus.C.Heforgotthetime.5.WhowasatthedoorA.Thespeakersneighbor.B.Apostman.C.Lillian.第二节(共15小题,每小题1.5分,满分22.5分)听下面5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至第7题。6.WhatdidthewomandoyesterdayA.Shetookanexam.B.Shewasillinbed.C.Shewenttothehospital.7.HowwillthewomangohomeA.Bycar.B.Bybus.C.Onfoot.听第7段材料,回答第8至第9题。8.WhatdidthewomanwanttobuyA.Agreendressofextralargesize.高考考试毕业试卷B.Adressofaveragesize.C.Adressforherdaughter.9.HowmuchwasthegreendressA.Thirtypounds.B.Fifteenpounds.C.Fiftypounds.听第8段材料,回答第10至第12题。10.WhereistheMusicBuildingA.Oppositethepostoffice.B.Onanotherstreet.C.Besidethepostoffice.11.WhatistheproblemwithtakingtheshuttlebusA.ItdoesntgodirectlytotheMusicBuilding.B.Itgoesquiteslowly.C.Itwontcomeforawhile.12.WhatdoesthemanfinallydecidetodoA.WalktotheMusicBuilding.B.Waitforthebus.C.Thinkofanotherway.听第9段材料,回答第13至第16题。13.WhathaventthespeakersyetdoneontheirlistA.Theyhaventgonetothebank.B.Theyhaventboughtsomeshoes.C.Theyhaventbookedahotel.14.WhenwillthespeakersmeetHowardA.Before100.B.At100.C.After100.15.WhatdoesthemanthinkofHowardA.ThereisaproblemwithHoward.B.Howardisamanwithfewwords.C.Howardisafunnyman.16.WhydoesthemanwantthewomantomeetHowardA.Heisthehotelmanager.B.Heisonlyintownforafewdays.C.Howardhasbeenlivinginthetownforafewyears.听第10段材料,回答第17至第20题。17.HowmuchwasDanielpaidforHarryPotterandtheChamberofSecretsA.US3million.B.US5million.C.US22million.18.HowmanyplacesofinterestdidDanielvisitinChinaA.Two.B.Three.C.Four.19.WhydidheplayHarryPottersowell,accordingtoDanielA.Hehadreceivedprofessionalactingtrainingsbefore.B.Hehadreadthescriptverycarefully.C.HelikedPotterandthoughttheyweresimilar.20.WhichofthefollowingisntoneofDanielsinterestsA.English.B.Directing.C.Drawing.高考考试毕业试卷第二部分语言知识应用(共两节,满分45分)第一节单项填空(共15小题,每小题1分,满分15分)21.Samhasbeenappointed_______managerofthesalesdepartmenttotake_______placeofGeorge.A.//B./theC.thetheD.the/22.Thebosswasnotsatisfiedwith______ofthetwoprojectsandaskedtheyoungmantopresent______tohim.A.boththeotherB.eitheranotherC.alltheothersD.neitheranother23.________issurprisingtousisthatTom,for_______Englishwasonceboring,canspeakEnglishfluentlyasthoughhewereanativespeaker.A.AswhomB.WhatwhoseC.ItwhoseD.Whatwhom24.TheWarningreadsUndernocircumstances________bekeptnearfireA.thechemicalshouldB.thechemicalshouldntC.shouldthechemicalD.shouldthechemicalnot25.Theboywassowornoutthathefellasleep_______hismothercouldtakeoffhisclothes.A.beforeB.afterC.whileD.when26.Whowouldyouliketohave_______thecaseWecannothaveterrorists_______awaywithkillinginnocentpeopleA.investigategetB.toinvestigategotC.investigatedgettingD.investigategetting27.Someverycommonthingssuchas_tothesunforalongtimewilldoharmtopeoplesskinandevencauseskincancer.A.exposingB.beingexposedC.havingexposedD.exposed28.Wevespenttoomuchmoneyrecently.Well,itisntsurprising.Ourfriendsandrelatives______aroundallthetime.A.arecomingB.hadcomeC.werecomingD.havebeencoming29.Onceairpollutioninmostcities,itishard.A.risesdealingwithB.arousestobedealtwithC.raisesdealtwithD.arisestodealwith30.TheThinker,headinhand,restinghisrightarmonhisleftknee,gaineditscurrenttitlewhen______inParisin1890.A.exhibitingB.exhibitedC.wasexhibitedD.beingexhibited31.Thegovernment______airqualityinurbanareasfromlevelsonetofiveexcellent,fairlygood,slightlypolluted,pooranddangerous.A.distributesB.arrangesC.classifiesD.divides32.Wedlikeadoubleroom,please.Imsorry,butallbuttwosingleroomswithseaview.A.isreservedB.havebeenreservedC.hasreservedD.hadreserved33.hevisitedthenewschool,heshowedgreatinterestineverythinghesaw.A.ItsthefirsttimeB.ForthefirsttimeC.ThefirsttimeD.Atfirst高考考试毕业试卷34.Watchingtheclowns_______pose,alltheaudiencepresentburstout_______.A.amusedlaughingB.unexpectedlaughingC.unexpectinglaughterD.amusinglaughter35.IamsorryIhaveleftmywalletathome.Wouldyoumindwaitingformeamomenttofetchit_________.A.ThinknothingofitB.Ofcoursenot,takeyourtimeC.Themorequickly,thebetterD.Dontforgetitnexttime第二节完形填空共20小题每小题1.5分,满分30分阅读下面短文,从短文后所给各题的四个选项A、B、C、D中选出能填入相应空白处的最佳选项。Sammywasagoodboy.Hewasgoodathisstudiesandkindtoeveryone.Grownupsaswellasotherboys,36himverymuch.Butthatmade37boynamedTimmyjealous.UnlikeSammy,Timmywasnotgoodathis38andalwayslikedtoplayduringschoolhours.HealwaystriedtoputSammy39andspokeillofhimbeforeotherkidsintheclass.But40hedid,Sammysgradeskeptgettingbetterandbetter.Onhisbirthday,Sammygotanice41asagift.WhenTimmysawit,hewasjealousofSammy.He42Sammy,Hey,wheredidyougetthatSammyreplied,Myparentsgaveittomeasabirthday43.Timmywasangryandjealous.Heseldom44anypresentsfromhisparents.Wheneveryonehadgoneoutfromtheclassroom,Timmy45Sammysbagandtookouthispen.Thenhehiditinsidehis46andwentout.WhenSammycamebackandcouldnt47hispen,hetoldhisteacheraboutit.Therewasahuntforthe48pen.ItwasinTimmysbag.The49teacherasked,NowTimmy,whatdoyouhavetosayaboutitTimmywasintears.Hehadnothingtosay.WhenSammysawTimmy50,hehadmercyontheboy.Thekindboyaskedhisteachernotto51anyactionagainstTimmy.ThisopenedTimmyseyes.Heaskedfor52fromhisteacherandSammy.Fromthatdayon,hebecame53withSammy.Gradually,Timmychangedhimselftobeas54asSammy.ThoughhurtbyTimmy,Sammygavehimbackonlylove55.Thisishowweshouldalsotreatourenemies.Oneday,ourbehaviourmayjustchangethemforthebetter.36.A.thankedB.lovedC.hatedD.ignored37.A.anotherB.otherC.neitherD.either高考考试毕业试卷38.A.poemsB.activitiesC.studiesD.interests39.A.downB.outC.inD.up40.A.whereverB.howeverC.whateverD.whoever41.A.penB.toyC.bookD.radio42.A.toldB.orderedC.askedD.interviewed43.A.prizeB.giftC.awardD.reward44.A.boughtB.receivedC.madeD.sent45.A.closedB.pushedC.firedD.opened46.A.pocketB.walletC.bagD.room47.A.attractB.breakC.catchD.find48.A.missingB.remainingC.changingD.developing49.A.amusedB.annoyedC.puzzledD.pleased50.A.cryB.shoutC.quarrelD.scream51.A.doB.playC.haveD.take52.A.praiseB.respectC.forgivenessD.explanation53.A.classmatesB.friendsC.enemiesD.neighbours54.A.happyB.badC.upsetD.good55.A.bychanceB.inturnC.inreturnD.ontime第三部分阅读理解共20小题每小题2分,满分40分阅读下列短文,从每题所给的四个选项A、B、C、D中,选出最佳选项.AOnesummeronmywaytoNewOrleans,Ipassedayoungmanstandingbytheroadside,withhisthumboutforalift.Idroverightbyhim.Nowyoureafoolforhelping.Idontwanttogetinvolvedseemstohavebecomeanationalmotto.SeveraldayslaterIwasthinkingaboutthehitchhiker,abouthowIdidntevenmovemyfootofftheaccelerator(加速踏板)forhim.DoesanyonestopanymoreIwondered.BlancheDuboisoncesaidIhavealwaysdependedonthekindnessofstrangers.WasthatpossiblethesedaysOnewaytotestthiswouldbeforapersontojourneyacrosstheUSwithoutanymoney,justrelyingontheothersgoodwill.WhatwouldhappenTheideainterestedme.SoIdecidedtoreallydoit.Withoutapenny,forsixweeksIhitched82ridesandcovered4,223milesacross14states.Iwouldonlyacceptoffersofrides,foodandplacestosleep.Ifoundpeopleweregenerallycompassionate.HearingIhadnomoneyandwouldacceptnone,peopleboughtmefoodandgavemenecessities.Thosewhohadtheleasttogiveoftengavethemost.InNebraska,ahousepainternamedMikenotedthefreezingweatherandgave高考考试毕业试卷meabigarmystylejacket.AlumbermillworkerinMichigannamedTiminvitedmetoasimpledinnerwithhisfamilyintheirshabbyhouse.Thenheofferedmeatent.IwastreatedkindlyeverywhereIwent,amazedbypeoplesreadinesstohelpastrangerandfeelinggratefultoallthewarmheartedpeople.Myfaithinordinaryfolkswasrenewed.Itturnsoutyoucanstilldependonthekindnessofstrangers.56.HowdidtheauthorfeltdaysafterherefusedtogivetheyoungmanarideA.Guilty.B.Worried.C.Confused.D.Satisfied.57.WhydidtheauthordecidetogoonahitchhikingjourneywithoutanymoneyA.Totesthisdoubtsaboutpeopleskindness.B.Toexperiencethefunofhitchhiking.C.Tocallfortrustandloveamongpeople.D.Tohaveacoolandromanticjourney.58.TheunderlinedwordcompassionateinParagraph5mostprobablymeans________.A.reliableB.warmheartedC.loyalD.responsible59.Duringtheauthorsjourney,________.A.hispuzzleaboutpeoplestrengthenedB.hefoundpoorpeoplemoreeagertohelpC.helearnedmanysurvivalskillsD.hedidntreceiveasmuchhelpashehadexpected60.WhichcanbethebesttitleofthestoryA.Acrazyjourney.B.Nevergetinvolved.C.Sweetmemories.D.Believeinpeopleskindness.BIfyouarelookingforacreativesolutiontoapieceofworkoraschoolassignment,dontlockyourselfupinaquietroom.Anewstudysuggeststhatmoderatebackgroundnoiseisabettermotivationtocreativethinkingthanthesoundofsilence,Timemagazinereported.ApaperpublishedintheJournalofConsumerResearchsaysthattheperfectworkingenvironmentshouldbuzz(嗡嗡作响)withalittlenoise.Researchersfoundthattestsubjectswereattheirmostcreativestatewhenbackgroundnoisewasmeasuredat70decibels,thelevelonemightfindinabusycoffeeshop.Anearlysilentenvironment50decibelswastooquiet.Turningupthevolumeto85decibelsajackhammertearingupthepavementoutsideyourbuildinghadanoppositeeffectthenoisebecameadistraction.Theresearchersasked65studentsattheUniversityofBritishColumbia,Canada,toperformvariouscreativetaskswhilenoisesrecordedataroadsiderestaurantwereplayedinthebackground.Inoneexperiment,scientistsaskedparticipantstobrainstormideasforanewtypeof高考考试毕业试卷mattress(气垫).Testsubjectshadthemostsuccessfuldiscussionswhenthenoiseinthebackgroundwasnoticeablebutnottooloud.Whileaquietenvironmentmaymakeiteasiertoreadabook,theauthorsofthestudysaythatmoderatebackgroundnoisecreatesjustenoughofadistractiontoforcepeopletothinkmoreimaginatively,withoutbreakingtheirfocussocompletelythattheycantthinkatall.ShouldweallheadforStarbuckstogetcreativeNotnecessarily.Researchersfoundlimitedworktimesurroundedbythelowlevelnoiseofacoffeehouseiswhatreallystimulatescreativity.Equally,workinginacaféenvironmentisntgoodforeverybody.Theproductivityboostwasmostobviousamongthosewhowerenaturallycreativetobeginwith.61.WhatsthemainideaofthepassageA.Thelessnoise,thebetterstateofstudy.B.Noiseisnobadthingatanytime.C.Noiseinthecoffeehouseisenjoyable.D.Moderatenoisehelpscreativity.62.Therecommendedlevelofbackgroundnoiseis________.A.50decibelsB.65decibelsC.70decibelsD.85decibels63.WhyismoderatebackgroundnoisegoodforcreativityA.Itrelaxespeopleandstopsthemfromgettingbored.B.Itcanhelppeopletofocusonasubject.C.Itcanabsorbsuddennoisesthatcausedistraction.D.Itpushespeopletousetheirimaginationbutdoesntreachalevelthatdisturbsthem.64.Accordingtothelastthreeparagraphs,________.A.thelowlevelnoiseofacoffeehousemaybetooloudforpeopletoworkwithB.ifapersonisnotacreativetype,thenbackgroundnoisemaynotbeofsomuchhelptothemC.apersonsowncreativityabilityisasimportantastheenvironmenttheyareinD.workinginacoffeehouseiscreativeformostpeople65.WhichcanbestdescribethewriterstoneinthepassageA.PassiveB.ObjectiveC.EnthusiasticD.DoubtfulCVideodisc视频,视盘holdsgreatpromiseofhelpingtomeettheneedsofAmericanschoolchildrenwhohaveproblemsseeing,hearing,speaking,orsocializing.Almostelevenpercentofthestudentsaged3~21inthiscountryhaveanimpairmentthataffectstheirabilitytobenefitfromaregulareducationprogram.Handicappedstudentsrequirespecialeducationbecausetheyareoftendifferentfrommostchildreninoneormoreofthefollowingwaysmentallyretarded发展迟缓的,learningdisabled,emotionallydisturbed,visuallyhandicapped,physicallyhandicapped,orotherhealthimpairments.Theeducationofthesehandicappedchildrenisrewardingbutchallenging.Aspecialeducationstudentusuallyneedsalongerperiodoftimetoacquireinformation.高考考试毕业试卷Repetitiveteachingtechniquesareoftenbeneficial,andindefatigable孜孜不倦的consistencyonthepartoftheteacherisfrequentlynecessary.Interactivevideodisccoursewarehascharacteristicsthatcanbemadeuseoftomeetthechallengesthatspecialeducationposes.Avideodiscprogramispatient.Repetitionofanyvideodisclessoncancontinueendlessly,anddesignerscanassureabsoluteconsistencywithinaprogram.Mostimportant,accordingtospecialeducatorWilliamHealeyoftheUniversityofArizona,isthatvideodiscaddsanextraaspectofrealismforchildrenwhoneedgraphic(图样的,生动的)representations.Healeyexplainedthatdeafandmentallyretardedchildrenespeciallyhavedifficultygraspingfigurative比喻的languageandhigherorderlanguageconcepts.Hebelievesthatforspecialeducation,thepowerofvideodiscliesintheabilityofthetechnologytovisuallyrepresentlanguageconceptsnormallytakenforgrantedbynonhandicappedpersons.Complexfigurativelanguageformssuchasidiomscomemostreadilytomindasbeingdifficultforhandicappedlearners.66.Theunderlinedwordimpairmentprobablymeans________.A.habitB.disabilityC.misconceptionD.belief67.Avideodisccoursewareisbeneficialtothosewhohavestudydifficultiesbecause________.A.itsfancydesignisveryattractiveB.itallowstheusertogobacktowherehewantstorestudyC.thecontentofitishealthyandpromisingD.itisdevelopedbyuniversityprofessors68.AccordingtoProfessorHealey,wemayinferthatmentallyretardedchildrenperhaps________.A.needgraphicrepresentationsinordertounderstandhigherorderlanguageconceptsB.aregoodatstudyingEnglishidiomsbutoftenfailtograsphigherorderlanguageconceptsC.arenotverypatientwithvideodiscwhichhelpsthemtounderstandtheworldconceptsD.tendtobedeafaswellandhavedifficultylearningthesimpleconceptbeforeandafter69.Thebestphrasethatsummarizesthemainideaofthetextis________.A.handicappedstudentsandtheirproblemsB.computerassistedteachingprogramsC.videodiscandspecialeducationD.normalchildrenandhandicappedkids70.Thespecialeducationmentionedinthetextismainlyconcernedwith_______.A.geniusstudentsfromdaycarecenterstocollegesB.studentswhoarefondofcomputervideogamesC.studentswhoareeithermentallyorphysicallydisabledD.teachersoflanguageintheUniversityofArizonaD高考考试毕业试卷Everyonecouldmakeimpulseandbuysomethingunnecessary.ThenhowtoavoiditThebestwayistojustkeepyourhandsawayfromtemptingproducts.Accordingtonewresearch,individualswhotouchpossibleitemsinstoresaremorelikelytohaveanincreaseddesiretopurchasethemthanthosewhokeeptheirhandsofftheproducts.SuzanneShuandJoannPeck,marketingprofessorsattheUniversityofWisconsinsbusinessschoolconductedstudiesontheconnectionbetweentouchandfeelingsofownershipandtheeffectofperceived(感觉)ownershiponthevalueplacedonanobject.Foroneoftheexperiments,theexpertsplacedtwoproducts,aSlinkytoyandacoffeemug(杯子)infrontofthevolunteerswhowereundergraduatestudents.Abouthalfoftheparticipantswereallowedtotouchtheproducts,whiletheotherhalfwereaskednottotouchthem.Thevolunteersthenwereaskedtoexpresstheirsenseofownershipoftheproductsandtoreport,howmuchmoneytheywerewillingtopayforeach.Theresultsshowedthatthosestudentswhowereallowedtotouchtheobjectsreportedsignificantincreasedlevelsofperceivedownership.Theyalsoexpressedadesiretopaymoremoneytoobtaintheproducts.Theinvestigatorsalsodiscoveredthatasenseofverypleasantfeelingswhentouchingproducts,determinedhowmuchmoneyconsumerswerewillingtopay.However,iftheobjectdidnotfeelpleasanttothetouch,itsignificantlydecreasedtheamountthebuyerswerewillingtopay.Researcherssaidthatmanystoreshavealreadyfollowedtherightpath.Butwhatcanbedonewhileshoppingonline,whentouchingofanitemisnotpossibleInthiscase,theexpertssay,justpicturinginmindthattheyaretouchingitandthenowningit,willcausegreaterfeelingsofownership,andthustheconsumerswillbemorelikelytomakeapurchase.Whenyoutouchanobject,youimmediatelyfeelsomekindofaconnectiontoit,accordingtotheresearchers.Thatconnectionstirsup(唤起)anemotionalreaction.Andthatemotioncanmakepeoplebuysomethingtheywouldneverevenconsiderbuyingiftheyhadnottouchedit.71.HowdoestheauthordevelopthetextA.Bydrawingaconclusionthroughresearch.B.Byprovidingtypicalexamples.C.Bycomparingopinionsfromdifferentfields.D.Bypresentingncauseandanalyzingitseffects.72.WhichofthefollowingwasfoundintheresearchA.Shopperscannotresistthetemptationwhentheymeetthingstheylike.B.Ifyouarenottospendmoney,itslesspossibleforyoutotouchtheproduct.C.Touchingaproductaffectsthecustomersfeelingsofdesireforit.D.Thelongeryoutouchthegoods,themoredesireyouhavetoownthem.73.WhatwouldhappentothemwhenpeopledoonlineshoppingA.TheywillparticularlywanttotouchtheproductsadvertisedontheInternet.B.Theyjustimagineitsownershipandsimplyevaluatetheobjectsintheirminds.

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