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上城区2016学年第一学期期末教学质量检测模拟卷九年级英语考生须知:1.本科目试卷分试题卷和答题卷两局部。总分值120分,考试时间100分钟。2.答题前,必须在答题卷的密封区内填写校名、班级、姓名、准考证号和座位号。3.所有答案都必须做在答题卷标定的位置上,务必注意试题序号和答题序号相对应。4.做听力题时,先将答案划在试卷上。录音内容结束后,你将有一分钟的时间将试卷上 的答案转涂到答题卡上。考试结束后,只需上交答题卷。试题卷第I卷注意:请将所有答案用2B铅笔在答题卡的对应选项字母标号上涂黑。第一局部听力〔共两节,总分值25分〕做听力题时,先将答案划在试卷上。录音内容结束后,你将有一分钟的时间将试卷上的答案转涂到答题卡上。〔共5小题,每题1分,总分值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三个选项中选出最正确选项,并标在试卷的相应位置,听完每段对话后,你都有10秒钟的时间来答复有关小题和阅读下一小题,每段对话仅读一遍。1. Whatcolordoesthewomanspeakerlike? A.Red. B.Green. C.Black.2. HowmanybrothersdoesNancyhave? A.One. B.Two. C.Three.3.Whereisthewomanspeakernow? A.Onatrain. B.Onaplane. C.Inataxi.4. Whenwillthemeetingprobablybegin? A.At7:45. B.At8:00. C.At8:15.5. What’stheweatherusuallylikeinNovember? A.Hot. B.Dry. C.Cool.第二节听长对话,答复以下问题〔共6小题,总分值12分〕听下面两段较长对话。每段对话后有几个小题,从题中所给的A、B、C三个选项中选出最正确选项。听每段对话前,你有时间阅读各小题,每题5秒钟;听完后,各小题给出5秒钟的作答时间。每段对话读两遍。听下面一段较长对话,答复第6至第8三个小题。现在,你有15秒钟的时间阅读这三个小题。6. Howdoesthemanspeakerfeelatfirst? A.Worried. B.Relaxed. C.Happy.7. What’stherelationshipbetweenthetwospeakers? A.Workmates. B.Classmates. C.Cousins.8. What’sthewomanspeaker’ssuggestion? A.Helpeachothernow. B.Makeupthefriendship. C.Havesomethingincommon.听下面一段较长对话,答复第9至第11三个小题。现在,你有15秒种的时间阅读这三个小题。9.WhendidHelentaketheEnglishexam? A.Attheendoftheterm. B.Inthemiddleoftheterm.C.Atthebeginningoftheterm.10. WhatdidHelenthinkofherfailure? A.Theexamwastoodifficult. B.Shewasnotlucky. C.Shedidn’tworkhard.11.Whydidn’tHelenwanttowatchthefootballgame? A.Itwasreallyboring. B.Shedidn’tlikefootball. C.TheChineseteamdidbadly.第三节听独白,答复以下问题〔共4小题,计8分〕听下面一段独白,并按独白的要求在试卷上完成任务,你可以边听边完成任务。然后你会看到4个小题和相关的选项。请从每个小题后的A、B、C三个选项中选出最正确选项。听独白前,你有20秒钟的时间阅读有关材料和4个小题。听完独白后,你有20秒钟的时间来选择有关选项。独白连读两遍。12.Howmanykindsofmaterialsdoweneed?Three. B.Four. C.Five.13.Whichpictureshowstheamountofwaterweneed?ABC14.Whatisthethirdstep?A.Putinsomecleanwater.B.Shakethebottlequickly.C.Putinsomeshinypaper.15.Whydowedropsomepiecesofshinypaperintothebottle?A.Tomakeiteasiertosee. B.Tomakeitstronger. C.Tomakeitmorebeautiful.第二局部阅读理解〔共20小题,总分值35分,其中第一节15小题,总分值30分;第二节5小题,总分值5分〕第一节短文阅读〔共15小题,总分值30分〕阅读以下短文。从每题所给的四个选项〔A、B、C和D〕中选出最正确选项。AIsthereintelligent〔有智力的〕lifeonotherplanets?Foryears,scientistssaid"no"or"wedon'tknow."Buttodaythisischanging.SethShostakandAlexandraBarnettareastronomers〔天文学家〕.Theybelieveintelligentlifeexists〔存在〕somewhereintheuniverse〔宇宙〕.Theyalsothinkwewillsooncontact〔联系〕thesebeings〔生物〕.WhydoShostakandBarnettthinkintelligentlifeexistsonotherplanets?Thefirstreasonistime.Scientistsbelievetheuniverseisabout12billionyearsold."Thisislongenoughforotherplanetstohaveintelligentlife,"sayShostakandBarnett.Thesecondreasonissize﹣theuniverseishuge."ToolsliketheHubbleTelescope〔哈勃望远镜〕haveshownthatthereareatleast100billiongalaxies〔星系〕,"saysShostak."Andourgalaxy,theMilkyWay〔银河系〕,hasatleast100billionstars.Someplanetsgoingaroundthesestarsmightbesimilartotheearth."Inthepast,itwashardtolookforsignsofintelligentlifeintheuniverse.Butnow,powerfultelescopesallowscientiststodiscoversmallerplanets﹣thesizeofMarsorEarthinothersolarsystems〔太阳系〕.Theseplanetsmighthaveintelligentlife.HavebeingsfromspacealreadyvisitedEarth?"Probablynot,"saysShostak."It'salongwayaway.However,intelligentbeingsmaycontactusinotherway,suchasradiosignals〔信号〕.Infact,theymaybetryingtocommunicatewithusnow,butwedon'thavetherighttoolstoreceivetheirmessages.However,thisischanging.By2025,wecouldmakecontactwithotherlifeformsinouruniverseandwemighthelpeachother."81.SethShostakandAlexandraBarnettare.A.astronomersB.farmersC.singersD.drivers82.WhatdoesParagraph2mainlytalkabout?A.Theageandsizeoftheearth.B.TheMilkyWay.C.Whyintelligentlifemightexist.D.Theonlyplanetwithintelligentlife.83.Whywasithardtolookforsignsofintelligentlifeintheuniverseinthepast?A.Becausescientistsdidn'thavetelescopes.B.Becausetherewerenotanypowerfultelescopes.C.Becausetheastronomerswerenotinterestedinthem.D.BecausetheMilkyWaydidn'texistatthattime.84.Whyhaven'tbeingsfromspacevisitedusyetaccordingtoShostak?A.Becausethey'reafraidofus.B.Becauseit'salongwayaway.C.Becausetheydon'twanttoseeus.D.Becausetheydon'tknowhowtouseradiosignals.85.Whatdoestheunderlinedphrase"lifeforms"inthelastparagraphmean?A.MessagesB.ToolsC.IntelligentbeingsD.Radiosignals.BTherearemanyreasonswhyIencouragepeopletotravel,andIknowthattheexperiencewillmakeoneabetterperson.IrememberwhenIwastravelingthatIbegantoknowtheworldbetter.Theworldisnotjustaboutme,mysmalltownandhome.Althoughyouwillmeetdifferentpeoplefromallovertheworld,youwillrealizethatpeoplearesimilarintheirdreams,hopesandfeelings.Enjoyexploringthedifferentcultures,andyouwillalsofindthatpeoplearedifferentinsomeofthethingstheydoandhowtheylive.Onceyouunderstandtheirways,itneednotbestrangeorscary.Oftenwereadstoriesaboutotherculturesinbooks.Onlywhenwevisittheirareas,dowefindthatthosestoriesaresometimeswrong.Onethingyoumayfindoutisthatthereareproblemsallovertheworld.Wecannotjustgetmoneytosendtotheseareasandhopethatwillworkthemout.Theworldshouldgetinvolved〔干预〕andhelpwhereverthereareproblems.Peopleeverywhereshouldbegivenachance.Itissoeasytoignore〔无视〕thisifonedoesnottravelandexplore.Onecanlookaroundandseethatsomanypeoplehavemanychallengesworsethanours.Onecanrealizethatsometimesourbiggestproblemsarenotthatbigagterall.Onyourjourneyyouwillmeetlotsofnewfriends.Talkingtostrangersandfindingabouttheirlivesisagreatwaytospendyourtime.Youwillcertainlybemoreconfidentafterhavingtocopewithproblemsandmakemanydecisionsalongtheway.Whenyoutravel,youhavetobeonyourowninsomesituations.Youwillsurpriseyourselfbyhowwellyoucandothat.Allyourspecialexperiencescouldmakeaninterestingbooktoread.Itwouldbefilledwithallyouradventuresandspecialmemories.Travelingaroundandseeingsomuchhappeningintheworldaroundusisawonderfulexperience.Ifwecouldalljusttravelalittlemoreandshareourexperiences,wewouldallbebetterpeopleandtheworldwouldbeabetterplace.76.FromParagrahp2,wecanlearnthat.A.peoplearoundtheworldarethesameintheirhopes.B.booksalwaystelluswrongstoriesaboutcultures.C.travelingcanhelpusbetterunderstandtheworld.D.peopleindifferentplaceshavestrangelivinghabits77.AccordingtoParagraph3,wecanhelptheareasinneedby.A.sendingthemmoneyB.offeringthemchancesC.lookingaroundD.givingthemchallenges78.Theexpression"copewith"inParagrahp4mostprobablymeans"".A.solveB.avoidC.meetD.cover.79.Whichofthefollowingwouldbethebesttitleofthepassage?A.PeopleintheWorldAreFamily.B.TravelingHelpsOneMakeMoreFriends.C.PeopleintheWorldShareOneDream.D.TravelingMakesOneaBetterPerson.80.What'sthewriter'spurposeofwritingthepassage?.A.Tosharehistravelexperienceswithotherpeople.B.Toencouragemorepeopletotravelaround.C.Toshowhowtravelingcanchangetheworld.D.Totellpeoplehowtotravelaroundtheworld.CTheNationalFootballLeague〔NFL〕isaprofessionalAmericanfootballleaguewith32teamsin.Howdoesonechoosewhichteamtosupport?Somepeoplechoosetheteamoftheirhometown,orwheretheynowlive,ortheteamthattheirparentsortheirparentsortheirfriendsfollow.AboystudentfromOklahomawrotealettertoeachoftheownersorpresidentsofthe32NFLteams.Hewouldseewhatanswershegot,andthenchoosehisteam.Billwashomefromschoolsick.ItwastheweekbeforeChristmas.Hewas"kindofbored"andneededsomethingtodo.Soheaskedhisparentsifhecouldwritetoeveryprofessionalfootballteam.Billwrotethe32lettersbyhand."Weweren'tquitesurewhatwecouldgetback.Hedidn'treallyhaveoneteamthathewantedtohearfrom,"hismothersaid:"Hejustwantedtoseewhatkindofreplyhe'dget."AlettertotheCarolinaPanthers'ownerJerryRichardsonwasoneofthoseposted.Billwroteinhisletter,"MyfamilyandIlovefootball.Theyarefansofdifferentteams.ButIdon'thaveateamtocheerforyet.IamreadytopickanNFLteamtocheeronforlifetime!"Afewweekslater,Bill'smotherwaspullingintoherdrivewaywhenadeliverymanarrivedwithaboxfromthePanthers.WhenBillcamehome,heexcitedlyopenedthebox.InsidehefoundasignedCarolinaPanthershelmet〔头盔〕aswellasahandwrittennotefromJerry.TheteamownerhadwrittentoBill,"Weshouldbehonored〔荣耀的〕ifourCarolinaPanthersbecameyourteam.Wewouldmakeyouproudofyourjoiningus."Billwasoverjoyedwithwhathegot.HedecidedthatfromthenonhewouldsupportthePanthers.HekeepstheletterfromJerryinhisbedroom.Hismothersays,"It'snotthehelmettheysentus.It'swhattheytoldus."ThatiswhatmatteredtoBillandwhyhechosetobecomeaPanthers'fan.66.Welearnfromthepassage.A.friendsalwayschoosedifferentteamstosupport.B.only32citiesinAmericahavetheirownfootballteamsC.somepeoplechooseateamtosupportastheirparentsdoD.footballteamsarejustpopularwiththepeopleoftheirhometowns67.Billwantedtochooseafootballteamtosupportbecause.A.NFLwasveryprofessionalB.hehimselfwaswillingtodoitC.hisparentsexpectedhimtodoitD.hewasillandfeltboredatschool68.TheresultofBill'slettertothePantherswasthat.A.hismotherkeptthereplyfromhimB.hegotmanyhelmetsfrom32teamsC.eachteamwantedhimtobeitsplayerD.hebecameafanoftheCarolinaPanthers69.It'sclearthat.A.itispropertobeafootballfanbyChristmasB.theteamownerwrotebacktoBillbyemailC.thenotefromtheteamownermeantalottoBillD.Bill'sparentswouldalsobefansofthePanthers70.Thebesttitleforthepassagecanbe.A.ChristmasGiftB.HelpfulMotherC.ReceivingaHelmetD.ChoosingaTeam.任务型阅读〔共5小题,计10分〕下面这段文字共有五处〔56-60小题〕需要添加内容,请从下面方框中的A、B、C、D、E五个选项中选出最适宜的内容补到文章的空白处。ArobotteacherRobotsaresmartbecausetheyhavecomputerbrains.Theycanhelppeopleworkindangerousplaces.〔56〕.Brine,therobotmailcarrier,bringsmailtoalargeofficebuildinginWashington,D.C..Heisoneof250robotmailcarriersintheUnitedStates.Buthaveyoueverheardaboutarobotteacher?Mr.Greenisafourthgraderobotteacher.〔57〕.Oneadvantageisthathedoesnotforgetdetails.Heknowseachchild'sname,theirparents'namesandwhateachchildknowsandneedstoknow.〔58〕.Mr.Greendoesnotmakemistakes.Eachchildgoesandtellshimhisname,thendialsanIDnumber.Hiscomputerbrainputsthechild'svoiceandnumbertogether.Heidentifiesthechildwithnomistakes.Thenhestartsthelesson.〔59〕.Ifthechildrenneedmoretimetodotheirlessonstheycanmoveswitchesandchangethetimetable.InthiswaytheycanrepeatMr.Green'slessonoverandoveragain.Whenthechildrendoagoodjob,hetellsthemsomethinginterestingabouttheirhobbies.AttheendofthelessonthechildrenswitchMr.Greenoff.ThechildrenlikeMr.Greenverymuch〔60〕.Andwhentheymakeamistake,theydon'tfeelupset.Theyhavealotoffunwitharobotteacher.A.TheycanalsododifficultjobsB.HehassomeadvantagesasateacherC.TheyfeelhappyandrelaxedinhisclassD.Heevenknowseachchild'spetsandhobbiesE.AnotheradvantageisthatMr.Greenisflexible〔灵活的〕第三局部英语知识运用〔共两节,计25分〕第一节完形填空〔共15小题,总分值15分〕阅读下面短文,掌握其大意,然后在所给的四个选项〔A、B、C和D〕中选出一个最正确选项。Myfatherwasaself﹣taughtmandolin〔曼陀林琴〕player.Hewasoneofthebestplayersinourtown.Hecouldnot〔41〕music,butifheheardatune〔曲子〕afewtimes,hecouldplayit.Whenhewasyoung,hewasa〔42〕ofasmallcountrymusicband.Theyplayedatlocaldancesandtheradiostation.AthomeDadoftengotouthismandolinandplayedforthefamily.Wethreechildrensangalong.〔43〕playedthemandolinlikemyfather.Hecould〔44〕yourheartwiththemusicthatcameoutofthatoldmandolin.Heseemedtoshinewhenhewasplaying.Youcouldseehis〔45〕inhisabilitytoplaysowellforhisfamily.ButDadhadtofindanother〔46〕inafactorylaterbecausethemoneyhemadeatthebandwasn'tenoughto〔47〕thefamily.Unluckilyhehadan〔48〕onedayandlostonefinger.Hecouldn'tplayas〔49〕asbefore.Fromthenon,everytimeweaskedhimtoplay,hewouldmakeupreasonsto〔50〕downourrequest.However,wemissedhisperformancesomuch.〔51〕,heagreedandsaid"Okay,butremember,Ican'tholddownonthestrings〔琴弦〕thewayI〔52〕to".Whenheplayedtheoldmandolin,itcarriedusbacktoa〔53〕,happytimeinourlives.Dadwasthatkindofman.〔54〕waswhathewasdoingallhislife.Ifhecouldgive〔55〕toothers,hewould,especiallyhisfamily.Hewasalwaysthere,sacrificing〔牺牲〕histimetoseethathisfamilyhadenoughintheirlife.41.A.expressB.raiseC.readD.lead42.A.dancerB.memberC.driverD.friend43.A.NobodyB.SomebodyC.AnybodyD.Everybody44.A.shutB.touchC.coverD.hurt45.A.doubtB.truthC.prideD.worry46.A.jobB.walletC.gameD.hobby47.A.startB.workC.valueD.support48.A.actionB.accidentC.argumentD.exam49.A.deepB.fastC.wellD.loud50.A.turnB.breakC.closeD.lay51.A.NearlyB.ExactlyC.CertainlyD.Finally52.A.regrettedB.usedC.keptD.pointed53.A.carefulB.forgetfulC.cheerfulD.helpful54.A.GivingB.ReceivingC.ChangingD.Taking55.A.productionB.pleasureC.purposeD.patience第II卷注意:请将答案写在答题卷上,写在试题卷上无效。第三局部英语知识运用〔共两节,总分值25分〕第二节〔共10小题,计10分〕阅读材料,根据材料大意在横线上填入适当的内容〔1个单词〕或括号内所给单词的正确形式。Oneday,Itookmydaughtertothepark.Assoonaswegotthere,mydaughter〔81〕〔run〕totheswing〔秋千〕andaskedforapush.WhenIwashelpingmydaughter,Inoticedanothergirltryingtomakeherownswing〔82〕〔go〕highbyherself.Heroldgrandmotherwassittingonthechairnearbyandsmilingatus.Gradually,mydaughter〔83〕〔push〕higherandhigherbyme.ThenIwalkedtowardsthelittlegirl.IaskedifI〔84〕〔give〕abigpushtoher.Shesmiledandsaid"Yes".Forthenexthour,Ipushedtheswings,andplayedwithmydaughterandthelittlegirl.Whenwewenthome,I〔85〕〔be〕tiredbutveryhappy.Onedaytwoyearslater,afteraday'swork,Iwenttopickupmydaughterbeforegoinghome.WhileI〔86〕〔wait〕outsidetheschoolgate,alittlegirlsmiledsweetlyatmeandgavemeabighug.AsIwatchedher〔87〕〔run〕away,Irealizedthatshewasthegirlw

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