黑龙江省齐齐哈尔市市讷河一中2019-2020学年高一下学期3月月考英语试卷

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英语试卷第一部分 阅读理解(共两节,满分 40分) 第一节 (共15小题;每小题2分,满分40分)阅读下列短文,从四个选项 (A、B、C和D)中,选出最佳选项。并在答题卡上将该选项涂黑.AA visit to a zoo can be an amazing experience for people of all ages. If you want to get close to wildlife, why not visit one of the following zoos in the UK?Longleat Safari (游猎)& Adventure ParkWiltshire ' s Longleat Safari & Adventure Park is the UK ' s oldest safari park. Opened in 1966,it was the first safari park opened outside Africa. It was just a 100-acre lion reserve ( 保护区)in the beginning, but it has grown fast over the years. Now you can see parrots and other creatures here, although lions are still popular with many people.Open from mid-February to early November , a day ticket costs 26 for adults. Admission for3 to 14-year-olds is 18.50 a nd 21 好or the over-60s.Located just off the A36 between Bath and Salisbury, it can be reached by taking the A362.Bristol ZooBristol Zoo is one of the UK ' s oldest zoos. It will celebrate its 180th anniversary in 2016.Here, you will find over 400 different species of creatures. It also has nine animal houses, so even if the weather isn ' at its best, there are still lots of amazing creatures to look at, including the endangered red panda. Perhaps one of the most popular places is Bug World, where you can see all kinds of scary insects.Admission for adults is 14 and ;£8.50 for 3 to 14-year-olds and 11 for the over-60s.Located in the Clifton region of Bristol, you can reach the zoo by taking either the No. 8 or 9 bus. Clifton Down train station is also close by, and if you are taking public transport, you can buy a discounted entry ticket to the zoo.A. Wiltshire1.Which of the following is true according to the passage?A. Wiltshires Longleat Safari & Adventure Park is the first safari park in the world. B. Wiltshires Longleat Safari & Adventure Park has a longer history than Bristol Zoo.B. WiltshireBristol Zoo is the oldest zoos in the UK.Visitors can see all kinds of scary insects in Bug World.2. How much should a 61-year-old couple with their 4-year-old grandson pay to visit Bristol Zoo?A. 52. B. 30.5. C. 60.5. D. 42.3.Bristol Zoo was opened probably in.A. 1836 B. 1636 C. 1936 D. 1736.We can get to Bristol Zoo by taking.A. No. 89 bus B. No. 9 subway line C. a train D. the A362BIt was an extremely hot day. My younger brother Walt and I had decided to go swimming in adeep swimming hole across Mr. Blickez ' s farm and through some woods, because it would be theonly way to cool ourselves down.The only problem with our plan was that this farm was guarded by a huge mean ( 凶暴的) Hereford bull (公牛).Mr. Blickez had told us that Elsie was the meanest bull in town, maybe even in the county and we believed in him. But the hotter it got, the more we thought there was something fishy about what he said. For one thing, we remembered Mr. Blickez liked telling tall tales; for another, Elsie seemed like a strange name for a bull. Finally, I talked Mom into asking permission for us to walk through the farm, and Mr. Blickez agreed.On our way across the farm, we stopped at the fence to admire the swimming hole. The sunshone brightly across the cool waters. We couldn ' t wait to get there. Suddenly, Walt shouted loudly.Elsie had run to him and was licking ( 舔)his back. I immediately hid under the fence. However,when I looked up, I saw that Elsie wasn ' t a big mean bull at all. She was just a friendly young cow,and she was going to keep licking my brother ' s back as long as he stood still.When we discovered the truth, we were so happy. We then ran to the swimming hole andjumped in. The water was just as wonderful as we had dreamed. After that day, we had many good days and we often visited our secret swimming hole guarded by the so- called “ big mean bull ”...What ' s the meaning of the underlineword “fishy " in Paragraph 2?Doubtful. B. Interesting. C. Funny. D. Believable.6.What was the problem faced by the author and his brother?A. They didnt know where to swim.B. They didn know how to get to thestreamC. Their mother didn '.When Elsie saw the authorA. tried to attack himC. immediately ran awayC. Their mother didn '.When Elsie saw the authorA. tried to attack himC. immediately ran away. What ' s thaespage mainly about?The bull guarding Mr.Blickezt want them to swim.'s brother, sheD. They had to face a very mean bullshowed her friendlinessD. tried to drive him aways farm.How friendly the so-called mean bull was.The story of visiting the swimming hole.How the author changed his attitude to Joanie.CDo you like going to a theater to watch live perf ormances? If you do, I ' m not alone.Live performances at theaters interest different groups of people from rich people to office workers. If you go to any theater and look at its audience, you will find it is made up of teenagers, the elderly and anyone in between. One part of it is due to the marketing and the show itself. For example, Hair isn ' t going to interest the same audience aMy Fair Lady. Another part of it is due to the area in which you live. The Palace Theater in Manchester, for example, interests a more urban (城市的) crowd than the Leddy Center in Epping. All of these people have an interest in the magic of live performances and they go to the theater for different reasons.There is nothing better than live theatre performances to increase your cultural awareness ( 意 识)When you go to see a live theater performance, no matter whether it is a musical or a play, you are improving your knowledge of the world around you. Some people go to the theater to have fun and escape their troubles; others, particularly rich people, go to the theater to develop their knowledge of the world around them. Both of them are very good reasons for going to see live theater performances. However, personally, I often go to the theater more to have fun than anything else.Everyone has the right to enjoy any performance, whether it -famous psifowoanceby the New Hampshire Ballet or a second-rate performance by your local community theater. The main thing to remember is whether you are there to heighten your awareness of the culture or toget away from your problems. You should appreciate the performance for what it is, because too many people these days don ' t know enough about the arts..What does the author mean by saying she is not alone?A. She no longer feels lonely. B. She loves watching popularperformances.C. She often visits a theater with a friend. D. She likes going to the theater..The example of Hair and My Fair Lady shows that.A. many shows have a lot in common B. some shows are better than othersC. not all shows are attractive to the audience D. different shows interest different people"According to the author, going to the theater is helpful because of the following reasonsEXCEPT.improving the abili ty to read others ' feelingsbeing a way of learning somethingbeing a way of entertainmentimproving people ' s understanding of their own or other culturesDThere is no such thing as “the perfect parent " and everyone hajducaearttnhiow tochildren. Parents may be annoyed by their kids and yell ( 大喊)at then, but they should be careful not to yell at the children.Children need to be loved and cared for. They need positive encouragement, which will help them believe that they can succeed in their lives. This will also give them opportunities to explore and try out new things. If parents yell at their children, the emotional ( 感情的)development of them can be badly affected.Though parents think they are protecting their children at all times, the children will not feel safe when they are yelled at. It can be a very bad experience for children. This can make it difficult for children to enjoy parents 在场')ifpheseace being yelled at.A person needs to be a good listener and also should learn to give others a chance to talk. When a child grows up with parents who often yell, this will not happen. When parents often yell, their children will also learn the same thing and they will find it natural not to listen to anyone.The confidence (自信)of a child is built up by his or her parents. There is no doubt that yelling will only decrease their confidence level. The words used while yelling can affect them greatly. They will not want to do anything without asking for their parents permission. '.According to Paragraph 2, if a child is often yelled at, he/she will.A. have many bad experiences B. learn to yell at others pretty soonC. suffer poor emotional development D. want to escape from his or her home.Paragraph 3 shows that the children who are often yelled at are hard to feel.A. protected B. safe C. parents ' presence, self-confidence.What can be inferred from the last paragraph about the children who are often yelled at?They try their best to be confident.They doubt everything around them,They are not able to make their own decisions.They will become dangerous to others..Which is the best title of the passage?Be a perfect parentDon ' t yell at your childrenParents should learn how to educate the childrenParents should protect their children 第二节 (共5小题;每小题2分,满分10分)根据短文内容,从短文后选项中选出能填入空白处的最佳选项。选项中有两项为多余选项。Some people go through life positively. 16 Luckily, you can learn to become positive.If you become more positive, things will become brighter day by day. It ' s not because things aany better, but because how you look at them will change. Here are a few things positive people do differently.They find somet hing to look forward to every day. Whether it ' s catching up on a favorite TVshow, trying out a new dessert recipe, or having a phone conversation with a friend in another town, these things don ' t have to be big..smell the roses because you18 Joy isn ' t so hardrtd. You can even find joy in the tiniest things — a funny text from a friend or a beautiful sunny day — because it adds up. Soon, you won ' t have to stop andsmell the roses because youll be smelling them all the time. So learn to enjoy the smalnthings your life.They stay busy. Being busy doesn t mean living under much stress. It meanshaving something to look forward to every day. Start a hobby. Fill your weekends with your hobby. Remember, living your life to the fullest is up to you.20 When in doubt, choose kindness. Positive people look on the bright side, sure, but they also tend to pay it forward by passing on their positive energy to others. Giving is generous, but it also makes the giver feel even better. Now that win-win. Be kind to s)thers and others will treat you in the same way. And your days will be much better.It means filling your life with good activities.They celebrate small thingsThey are kind.They do something for fun.Kindness is most important.Having activities to expect will make you happy every day.But not all of us were born to be positive.第二部分 英语知识运用(共两节,满分 45分)第一节完形填空(共20小题;每题1.5分,满分30分)阅读下面短文,从短文后各题所给的四个选项( A, B, C和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。Last month, I was on a business trip in Las Vegas. While I was there, I often 21 a homeless man named Paul on the street. I noticed That Paul had been reading a(n) 22 book every time I walked by. I thought he must love 23 very much.Out of curiosity, I decided to go up and 24 to him. I asked him if he liked books. As I25_, Paul nodded his head. However, what he said later made me 26 . He said that he had been 27 reading that book for a while.I decided to do something for him. That day, I was 28 my Kindle. Without any thought of 29 , I decided to give it to him and teach him how to 30 it. Paul couldn ' t believe his eyes. He 31 took it. In the following days, I witnessed (见证) firsthand how much Paul 32_ the product.One day, I took a picture of a 33 in which Paul was reading on his Kindle, and _34 it on Reddit the following day. The 35 photo received 2 million reviews on the Internet. It brought me a lot of 36 to see someone get so much from something I took for granted.37 I left Las Vegas, the Kindle had been already stocked with around 300 38 .And I gave Paul a card with a(n) 39 where he can send the product if he needs more reading materials. To be honest, if I can help someone 40 their courage for life in any way, I always try to do my best. Remember, we can not only help ourselves, but also help others.21. A. welcomedB. metC. visitedD. helped22.A. interestingB. usefulC. excellentD. old23.A. bookstoreB. libraryC. readingD. writing24.A. smileB. walkC. turnD. talk25.A. doubtedB. expectedC. watchedD. explained26.A. sadB. angryC. relaxedD. bored27.A. excitedlyB. carefullyC. silentlyD. repeatedly28.A. buyingB. showingC. carryingD. repairing29.A. safetyB. rewardC. fearD. success30.A. improveB. sellC.openD. use31.A. disappointedlyB. bravelyC. rudelyD. happily32.A. changedB. enjoyedC. neededD. wanted33.A. sceneB. placeC. caseD. world34.A. expressedB. developedC. sharedD. found35. A. uglyB. incompleteC. historicalD. attractive36.A. careB. joyC. experienceD. knowledge37.A. BeforeB. SinceC. UntilD. Once38.A. booksB. papersC. productsD. articles39.A. shopB. addressC. letterD. email40.A. find outB. give upC. pick upD. get away第n卷(非选择题共50分)第二节(共10小题;每小题1.5分,满分15分)阅读下面材料,在空白处填入适当的内容( 1个单词)或括号内单词的正确形式。Anna had a car accident when she was a teenager. She lost her arms because of that.What 41__ (bad), when she was twenty years old, she lost her parents. Her elder sister, who is ten years older than her, told her she ' d take care of her. However, Anna refused (live) with her. Instead, she said she would take care of 43 (she). She managed to enter college and 44 (study) very hard. Four years later, she graduated and 45 (offer) work. Once she wrote in her diary, “I am quite46cky.I lost my arms, I still have my legs.Anna lost her arms, but she chose to face it in a positive way. Instead of 47 (feel) sad every day, she decided not to let it hold her back. She has taught us 48 good lesson.When something bad happens to us, we have two 49 (choose). One is to complain, and the other is to face it 50 (brave). If we choose to escape, it will always follow us wherever we go. If we decided to be strong, new hopes will come. So choose wisely.第三部分 写作(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) 假定英语课上老师要求同桌之间交换修改作文,请你修改你同桌写的以下作文。文中共有 10处语言错误,每句中最多有两处。每处错误仅涉及一个单词的增加、删除或修改。增加:在缺词处加一个漏字符号(A) ,并在其下面写出该加的词。删除:把多余的词用斜线(\)划掉。修改:在错的词下划一横线,并在该词下面写出修改后的词。注意:1.每处错误及其修改均仅限一词;2.只允许修改10处,多者(从第11处起)不计分。I was only 12 since we moved to California. I remembered that I enjoyed flying non-stop across a whole country and that I wasn't very happy about leave my friends. But Dad think it would be good for us all to live in a suburb instead in the middle of a city. And Uncle Je

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