江西省安福中学 2013-2014 学年高一英语（课改班）上学期期中试题 （无答案）牛津译林版
第Ⅰ卷（共 115 分） 第一部分：听力理解（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。每段对话后有一小题，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，你将有 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 will the man do ? A. Go to work . B. Go to the beach . B. He C. Go to the library . failed to make an 2. Why didn’t the man see the doctor earlier ? A. He didn’t consider it necessary . appointment . C. He was too weak to see the doctor . 3. When does the woman expect Dad back ? A. At 5:00 . B. At 6:00 . C. At 6:30 . B. He is a coach potato . 4. What do we know about the man ? A. He likes drinking beer . C. He is particular about food . 5. What does the woman think of the food in the new restaurant ? A. Disappointing . B. Satisfactory . C. Just so-so . 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、7 题。 6. How did the woman feel after watching the movie ? A. Excited . B. Frightened . C. Moved . B. He went out to sing songs . 7. What did the man do last night ? A. He visited his cousin .
C. He went to the Internet bar . 听第 7 段材料，回答第 8、9 题。 8. What does the man say about the apartment ? A. It’s far from his workplace . C. He cannot afford it . 9. What does the woman suggest the man do ? A. Share her apartment with her . apartment . C. Keep looking around for an apartment . 听第 8 段对话，回答第 10 至 12 题。 10. How many people traveled to London with the man ? A. 2 . B. 3 . C. 4 . B. The Tower of London . 11. Which of the following places didn’t the man visit ? A. The Houses of Parliament . C. Cambridge University . 12. What is the man planning to do ? A. Take a trip with the woman . C. Visit London again soon . 请听第 9 段材料，回答第 13 至 16 题。 13. What was the man doing ? A. Watching TV . pictures . 14. What happened to the news reporter ? A. He was hit by a falling tree . C. He was attacked by many bees . 15. What did the news reporter do in the end ? A. He escaped in his car . C. He went to the nearest hospital . 16. What will the man do next ? A. Do eye exercises . C. Go out for a walk . 请听第 10 段材料，回答第 17 至 20 题。 B. Look for his laptop . B. He finished the news report . B. He was attacked by an old man . B. Watching a video . C. Looking at B. Take a trip to China . B. Find someone to share his B. It’s too small for him .
17. Where does the speech probably take place ? A. In a library . laboratory . 18. What is the speaker explaining ? A. A book review . A. Reading and writing . C. Listening and speaking . 20. When is the library open every weekday afternoon ? A. From 1:30 to 3:30 . 6:00 . 第二部分：英语知识运用（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） 从 A、B、C、D 四个选项中，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。 21. ---- Mike invited us to take part in the party this Sunday. ---Is tomorrow his birthday? A. Why not? B. That’s all right. C. What for? good idea! 22. The manager commanded that all the gates at once. B. From 3:00 to 6:30 . C. From 3:30 to B. A weekly timetable . B. Grammar and computer . C. A visit plan . 19. What will the students practise on Wednesday ? B. In a classroom . C. In a
D. What a
A. would be shut B. be shut C. should shut D. shut 23. ----Now that you like that kind of car so much, why not buy one? ----Well, I can’t afford ______ car at present. A. such a cheap B. that an expensive C. so expensive D. that expensive a 24. The special clothes are _____ for the children who are disabled. A. designed B. planned C. changed D. expected 25. I don’t mind her criticizing, but ____ is how she does it that I object to. A. that B. it C. this D. which 26. The first edition in 1955 and a best-seller ever since. A. was published; had been B. has been published; had been C. was published; has been D. has been published; has been 27. Jones, _____ you think is very proud, is actually an easy-going lady. A. that B. whom C. 不填 D. who 28. It is reported that the United States uses energy as the whole of Europe .
A. as twice
B. twice much
C. twice much as
D. twice as
much 29. What can we do for them A. in return B. in fact
for all the help they have given us ? C. in surprise D. in turn
30. Don’t just ___to others’ opinions ; you should stick to your own viewpoint. A. give in B. give up C. give away D. give out 31. On ______the bad news, she cried with her face ____in hands. A. heard ; buried B. hearing ; burying C. heard ; burying D. hearing ; buried 32. If you want to do international trade successfully, ______ of English is _______. A. good command; a must C. a good command; a must B. a good command; a need D. good command; must . C. has been polluted
33. ---- Why does the lake smell terrible ? ---- Because large quantities of water A. have polluted B. is being polluted been polluted 34. After the dentist’s hard work , Lily has A. general B. normal
teeth , which are very beautiful . C. regular D. usual
35. He ____ from his seat and answered the question ____ by the teacher. A. raised ; rose B. raised ; risen C. rose ; raised D. risen ; raised 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，掌握其大意，然后从 36—55 各题所给的四个选项（A、B、C 和 D）中， 选出最佳选项，并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 Living one’s life is really like driving on a highway. First, to make a good driving, the driver must carefully examine the 36 of his car, just as he cares for his health for a good life. 37 he enters into the highway, he must 38 certain rules for his own safety. It also can be said that he must obey certain rules of society when living as a decent (体面的) adult. For example, on the highway, he is 39 to keep a constant (不断的) 40 , which can be compared with his 41 activities through his life. Neither driving nor living must be taken at too 42 a speed nor at too slow a speed. If he drives too 43 , the police will give him a 44 , just as he will be arrested when he breaks the law. 45 too conservatively (保守地), he will be called an out-of-date person 46 the others driving at a(an) 47 speed. When he wants to change his lanes, he must give careful
to every direction of his car. It is sometimes dangerous to change the way of
life 49 he can be sure of completion (完成,结束) by doing so. He 50 not make any unnecessary changing of lanes which gives him only danger. Finally, he must 51 where he is now by recognizing some 52 appearing now and then. If he takes the wrong way, he must return to the right as soon as he can. But he may thus lose 53 and energy both on the road and in life. On the whole, driving on a highway and living one’s life are both hard work. 36. 37. 38. 39. 40. 41. 42. 43. 44. 45. 46. 47. 48. 49. 50. 51. 52. 53. 54. 55. A. seats A. Once A. listen to A. ordered A. state A. outdoor A. large A. speedily A. ticket A. Acting A. persuading A. average A. notice A. if A. dare A. think A. signs A. money A. Therefore A. it 54 if he is careful and serious enough, C. petrol C. For C. follow C. believed C. mind C. good C. limited C. hurriedly C. chance C. Getting C. bothering C. usual C. signs C. unless C. may C. prove C. posters C. time C. And C. they D. passengers D. Although D. insist on D. hoped D. level D. continuous D. expected D. willingly D. hand D. Working D. refusing D. fast D. regards D. because D. should D. seem D. symbols D. trust D. Then D. you 55 will provide him with much pleasure. B. condition B. While B. find B. supposed B. speed B. broken B. high B. slowly B. lift B. Running B. getting B. normal B. attention B. when B. need B. discover B. signals B. luck B. But B. he
第三部分：阅读理解（共 20 小题；每小题 2 分，满分 40 分） 阅读下面短文，从每题所给的四个选项(A、B、C、D)中，选出最佳选项,并在答题卡上将 该项涂黑。
I was blind, but I was ashamed of it if it was known．I refused to use a white stick and hated asking for help．After all, I was a teenage girl, and I couldn’t
bear people to look at me and think I was not like them．I must have been a terrible danger on the roads, coming across me wandering through the traffic, motorists probably would have to step rapidly on their brakes．Apart from that, there were all sorts of disasters that used to occur on the way to and from work. One evening, I got off the bus about halfway home where I had to change buses, and as usual I ran into something, “I’m awfully sorry,” I said and stepped forward only to run into it again．When it happened a third time, I realized I had been apologizing to a lamppost．This was just one of the stupid things that constantly happened to me．So I carried on and found the bus stop, which was a request stop, where the bus wouldn’t stop unless passengers wanted to get on or off．No one else was there and I had to try to guess if the bus had arrived. Generally in this situation, because I hated showing I was blind by asking for help, I tried to guess at the sound．Sometimes I would stop a big lorry and stand there feeling stupid as it drew away．In the end, I usually managed to swallow my pride and ask someone at the stop for help. But on this particular evening no one joined me at the stop; It seemed that everyone had suddenly decided not to travel by bus．Of course I heard plenty of buses pass, or I thought I did．But because I had given up stopping them for fear of making a fool of myself, I let them all go by．I stood there alone for half an hour without stopping one．Then I gave up．I decided to walk on to the next stop. 56．The girl refused to ask for help because she thought_________. A．she might be recognized B．asking for help looked silly C．she was normal and independent D．being found blind was embarrassing 57．After the girl got off the bus that evening, she_________. A．began to run B．hit a person as usual C．hit a lamppost by accident D．was caught by something 58．At the request stop that evening, the girl___________. A．stopped a big lorry B ． stopped the wrong bus C．made no attempt to stop the bus D．was not noticed by other people 59．What was the problem with guessing at the sound to stop a bus? A．Other vehicles also stopped there. B．It was unreliable for making judgments. C．More lorries than buses responded to the girl． D．It took too much time for the girl to catch the bus.
60．Finally the girl decided to walk to the next stop, hoping __________. A．to find people there B ． to find more buses there C．to find the bus by herself there D．to find people more helpful there
“If you want to see a thing well, reach out and touch it!” That may seem a strange thing to say. But touching things can help you to see them better. Your eyes can tell you that a glass ball is round. But by holding it in your hands, you can feel how smooth and cool the ball is. You can feel how heavy the glass is. When you feel all these about the hall, you really see it. With your skip, you can feel better. For example, your fingers can tell the difference between two coins in your pocket. You can feel a little drop of water on the back of your hand, too. You can even feel sounds against your skin. Have you ever wanted to know why some people like very loud music? They must like to feel the sounds of music. All children soon learn “what Don’t touch!” means. They hear it often. Yet most of us keep on touching things as we grow up. In shops，we touch things WC might buy, such as food, clothes and so on. To see something well, we have to touch it. The bottoms of our feet can feel things, too. You know this when you walk on warm sand, cool grass or a bad floor. All feel different under your feet. There are ways of learning to see well by feeling. One way is to close your eyes and try to feel everything that is touching your skin. Feel the shoes on your feet, the clothes on your body, the air on your skin. At first, it is not easy to feel these things. You are too used to them! Most museums are just for looking. But today some museums have some things which you can touch. Their signs say, “Do touch!” There you can feel everything on show. If you want to see better , reach out and touch. Then you’11 really see! 61. By touching things . A. you will have a strange feeling B. you will learn how to reach out C. you can tell the difference between them D. you can tell what colors they are 62. Which of the following can be the best title of the passage? A. Touching by Feeling B. To See or to Feel C. To See Better—Feel D. Ways of Feeling 63. When people buy things in shops, they often .
A. try them on first
B. put their right hand on them
C. just have a look D. feel and touch them 64. Why does it say, “At first, it is not easy to feel these things?” A. The things are used by people, too. things. C. People know how to use these things. 65. Which of the following is TRUE? A. Touching can help people learn things better. B. Our feet, fingers, hands and skin can help us enjoy music. C. People have to learn to see by feeling as they grow up. D. Visitors cannot touch the things on show in all the museums. B. People are used to these D. These things are easy to feel.
Still seeking a destination for your weekend break? There are some places which are probably a mere walk away from your college. King’s Art Centre A day at the Centre could mean a visit to an exhibition of the work of one of the most interesting contemporary artists on show anywhere．This weekend tees the opening of an exhibition of four local artists. You could attend a class teaching you how to learn from the masters’ or get more creative with paint ---- free of charge. The Centre also runs two life drawing classes for which there is a small fee. The Botanic Garden The Garden has over 8,000 plant species; it holds the research and teaching collection of living plants for Cambridge University. The multi-branched Torch Aloe here is impressive．The African plant produces red flowers above blue-green leaves, and is not one to miss. Get to the display house to see Dionaea muscipula, a plant more commonly known as the Venus Flytrap that feeds on insects and other small animals. The Garden is also a place for wildlife-enthusiasts．Look for grass snakes in the lake．A snake called 'Hissing Sid' is regularly seen lying in the heat of the warm sun. Byron’s Pool Many stories surround Lord Byron’s time as a student of Cambridge University, Arriving in 1805, he wrote a letter complaining that it was a place of “mess and drunkenness”． However, it seems as though Byron did manage to pass the time pleasantly enough．I'm not just talking about the pet bear he kept in his roans．He spent a great deal of time walking in the village. It is also said that on occasion Byron swam naked by moonlight in the lake, which is now known as Byron's Pool．A couple of miles past Grantchester in the south
Cambridgeshire countryside, the pool is surrounded by beautiful circular paths around the fields．The cries of invisible birds make the trip a lovely experience and on the way home you can drop into the village for afternoon tea．If you don’t trust me, then perhaps you’ll take it from Virginia Woolf ---- over a century after Byron, she reportedly took a trip to swim in the same pool. 66. As mentioned in the passage, there is a small charge for_____. A．attending the masters’ class B．working with local artists C．learning life drawing D．seeing an exhibition 67. “ Torch Aloe ” and “ Venus Flytrap ” are_____. A．common insects B．impressive plants C．rarely-seen snakes D．wildlife-enthusiasts 68．We can infer from the passage that Byron seemed_____. A．to fear pet bears B． like walking to C．to be a heavy drinker D．to finish university in 1805 69．In the passage Byron's Pool is described as a lake_____. A．surrounded by fields B．owned by Lord Byron C．located in Grantchester D．discovered by Virginia Woolf 70．What is the passage mainly about? A．Some places for weekend break B．A way to become creative in art. C．The colourful life in the countryside. D ． Unknown stories of Cambridge University.
Men who drink less than half a glass of wine a day may live up to five years longer than teetotalers , and could have less chance of a heart attack , a study has found . A study of the infection of spirits of wine on men’s health by a team at Wageningen University in the Netherlands found that long-term light consumption—less than 20 grams daily—is more beneficial than being forbidden . The study is the first to examine the effects of different drinks , demanding that wine is much healthier than beer or spirits（烈性酒）. The research , reported in today’s Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health , was undertaken by a team led by Dr Marinette Streppel of the Division of Human Nutrition , which examined the lifestyle and alcohol consumption of 1,373 men born between 1900 and 1920 whose health had been examined regularly between 1960 and 2000 . The researchers concluded that drinking up to 20 grams a day could prolong men’s lifespan by up to two years over those who avoided wine . They also found that men who drank only wine , and less than half a glass a day ,
lived for about two and a half years longer than those who drank beer or spirits , and almost five years more than those who didn’t drink alcohol . But alcohol campaigners said any idea that drinking could be good to health was dangerous . Don Shenker said : “ Some evidence shows that very moderate wine intake can be beneficial , but this must be weighed up against the serious harms caused by drinking more than moderate amounts . For example , in men , drinking more than half a glass a day , there’s a drop in life expectancy .” 71. According to the passage , we know . A. beer is much healthier than spirits or wine B. long-term light consumption does harm to our health C. very moderate wine intake can be beneficial to our health D. men who drink wine could have less chance of a heart attack 72. The underlined word “ teetotallers ” ( in Paragraph 1) probably means “ ”. A. 禁酒者 B. 工作狂 C. 素食主义者 D. 酗酒者 73. Which university showed us a study of the infection of spirits of wine on men’ health ? A. Harvard University . B. Oxford University . C. Cambridge University . 74. We can learn from the passage that D. Wageningen University . .
A. women were examined in the lifestyle and alcohol consumption B. the research , reported in Community Health , was undertaken by students C. moderate consumption of wine can have a positive effect on people’s health D. men who drink more than half a glass of wine a day may live up to five years longer than teetotallers 75. What is the purpose of the passage ? A. To describe the advantages of wine . exercise . C. To encourage people to drink much wine . wine .
B. To persuade people to take D. To advise people to drink moderate
2013—2014 学年度高一课改班上学期期中考试英语答题卷 第Ⅱ卷（共 35 分） 第一节：根据句意及首字母或汉语提示，写出各句中所缺单词的正确形式。 （每空一词，共
10 分） 76. For him , this will be an e 77. They come from Germany . They are G 78. He was lucky enough to be r 79. I would be g new job , so he isn’t sure of it . . （救援）from drowning .
if you could give me some help . on such a deserted
80. Everyone was surprised how he could have s island . 81. The lady offered a r 82.
（报酬）of $5 for the finder of a lost necklace .
（当今）more and more families have cars of their own . right is worth fighting for . （区别）; they are very much alike . （竞争）in the winter Olympics ?
83. I believe that our l 84. I can’t tell the twins 85. How can the athlete enjoy
第二节：根据句中所给汉语，完成下列句子。 （每空一词，每空 0.5 分，共 10 分） 86．交通非常拥挤，结果我晚到了。 The traffic was very heavy and 87．事实上，缺乏睡眠会让你疲惫甚至会让你增肥。 , loss of sleep can make you look tired , and even cause you to put on weight . 88．许多科学家在寻找这种病的治疗方法。 Many scientists are a cure for the disease . I arrived late .
89．我们最近没有收到他们的信，也不知道他们的新地址。 We haven’t heard from him recently , new address . 90．辛勤工作对他的成功有重要的作用。 their
his success .
第三节：书面表达（满分 15 分） 某英语杂志社“中学生专栏”在举办英语征文比赛。请你根据下表所列的内容要点，用 英语以“Learn to smile”为题写一篇短文，参加比赛。 生活中会有不愉快的事，如考试不及格（请再举一个例子） ，所以： 1．要学会对自己微笑： 微笑能使你自信； 2．要学会对他人微笑： 微笑能使你与他人相处得更融洽； 3．微笑能让我们的世界变得更美好。 注意：1．词数 100 左右。短文的开头已为你写好，不计入总词数； 2．文章须包括所有内容要点，不要逐句翻译，可适当发挥，使短文连贯、通顺； 文中不得出现真实的人名、校名等相关信息。 Learn to Smile Smile is an attitude to life.