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安徽省青阳县第一中学2019-2020学年高二9月月考英语试题 含答案 英语竞赛初中试题及答案

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英语竞赛初中试题及答案
青阳一中2019-2020学年度9月份月考试卷 高二英语 命题人: 审题人: 考试时间:120分钟 分值:150分 本试卷分第Ⅰ卷(选择题)和第Ⅱ卷(非选择题)两部分 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。每段对话后有一个小题,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1 O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 does the man mean? A.He’ll deliver the luggage by car. B.He won’t take the luggage with him. C.He doesn’t need any help with the luggage. 2.For which class must the woman begin to prepare? A.History class. B. Chemistry class. C.French class. 3.How will the man go to the woman’s city? A.By bus. B.By train. C.By car. 4.What can we learn from the conversation? A.The man wants to go to San Francisco. B.There are no flights to Los Angeles for the rest of the day. C.If the man boards the plane to Los Angeles now,he will have to change planes. 5.When and where will the meeting be held? A.In Room 302,
3:00 P.m.,today. B.In Room 303,
2:00 P.m.,tomorrow. C.In Room 302,
2:00 P.m.,tomorrow. 、 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。
每段对话或独自后有几个小题,从题中所给的A、B、C三个选项中选出最佳选项,并标在试卷的相应位置。听每段对话或独自前,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7题。 6.What qualification is probably required by the job? A.Knowledge about English. B.Creativity. C.Knowledge about computer. 7.What can We know about the man? A.He applies for this job to earn more money. B.He majored in computer science in the university. C.He knows little about computer. 听第7段材料。回答第8至9题。
8.Where is Caldy? A.In the northeast of England. B.In the northwest of Scotland. C.In the northwest of England. 9.What can we learn from the conversation? A.The man doesn’t know much about Justin. B.Justin often sends letters to the speakers. C.The woman and Justin aren't close friends. 听第8段材料回答第10至12题. 10.What happened to the woman? A.She was hit by a taxi at the side of the road. B.She was almost hit by a taxi on her way to school. C.She was hit by a taxi and was taken to schoo1. 11.Who is the man? A.Tracy’s classmate. B.Tracy's boyfriend. C.A stranger. 12.What will the woman do next? A.Report it to the police. B.Take away thedriver's license. C.Be more careful next time. 听第9段材料回答第13至16题. 13.Where does the conversation take place? A.In a restaurant. B.In a school dining hall.C.In a food store. 1 4.How many children are there in the woman’s family? A.10. B.11. C.12. 15.What does the woman’s father do? A.A taxi driver. B.A shop owner. C.A pilot. 1 6.What can we know from the conversation? A.The woman is the eldest child of the family. B.The woman gets along well with her brothers and sisters. C.The speakers are classmates. 听第10段材料回答第17至20题. 17.What is special about Jackson'’s home? A.It takes up huge area. B.It has a golf course. C.Many animals live there。 18.Which is NOT mentioned as a part of Jackson's home? A.A garage. B.A swimming poo1. C.A theater. 19.Who did Jackson want to enjoy his home? A.Childern. B.Other famous people. C.His fans. 20.What does the speaker think of Jackson? A.He spent too much money. B.He was a strange guy. C.He deserved this home. 第二部分 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30分) 阅读下列短文,从每题所给的四个选项(A、B、C、和D)中,选出最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。
A It was 1989. Lonnie Johnson was waiting nervously for a meeting with managers of a toy company, a yellow suitcase on his lap. Inside the suitcase was a new kind of water gun. Instead of a gun that shot a thin stream, this toy was engineered to spray water dozens of feet. “I had bought a machine to help make all of the parts myself out of different types of plastic,” Johnson says. Johnson had worked on bigger projects. He once worked for NASA(美国国家航空航天局), as a senior systems engineer. But he still worried about how his invention would go over. As an African-American in a field in which minorities were rare, he was often looked down upon, he says. “For most of my career as an engineer, I was put in environments where I was the only person of color in the room.” Johnson knew that the toy industry could be fickle(易变的). “It’s like the entertainment industry. You can’t predict whether a song is going to be a hit(流行) and how everyone will react to it.” When he finally stepped into the conference room, Johnson didn’t say much. Instead, he opened up his suitcase and pulled out a water gun. “Does it work?”Myung Song, the company president, wanted to know. Johnson pumped(水泵吸水) the gun and pulled the trigger(扳机).Water was shot across the room and hit the far wall. There was a silence. “Wow,”Song said in surprise. “At that point, I knew I had caught their imagination.” Johnson says. “They could see what I had seen in the water gun all along.” The water gun went on to become one of the top-selling toys of the early '90s. These days, Johnson has left toys behind to concentrate on solving a more urgent problem. With scientists at Tulane and Tuskegee universities, he is working on a method for transforming heat into electricity. He hopes that his technology will improve solar-power panels(太阳能电池板)and make green energy more affordable. “My goal,”he says, “is to get this to market as soon as I can.” 21.According to Paragraph 2, Johnson suffered from _________. A.loneliness B.unemployment C.repeated failures D.racial discrimination(歧视) 22.What was Song’s attitude towards Johnson’s invention? A.Worried. B.Dissatisfied. C.Encouraged. D.Interested. 23.We know from the text that Johnson_____________. A.wants to make green energy cheaper B.will go on to sell toys in the near future C.studies at Tulane and Tuskegee universities D.has helped to put solar- power panels on the market B Has this happened to you? You’re about to drift off(迷迷糊糊地睡去)to sleep when suddenly you feel like you’re falling or coming down on a roller coaster(过山车). You then wake up to realize that you’re safe in your bed. You may have been confused or frightened for a second or two and your heart may be beating faster. You may have also felt the muscles in your body jerk(抽搐)when this all happened. Did you ever wonder why? This falling sensation, together with a body movement known as a “sleep start”, is what doctors and scientists call a myoclonic(肌阵挛的)jerk, and it usually happens right before going into deeper stages of sleep. Here’s why doctors think the falling feeling and myoclonic jerks happen. When you fall asleep, normally your body temperature goes down and your heart starts to beat just a little slower. This is because your brain signals your body to relax to prepare for sleep. When your muscles are relaxed, you go into the very first stages of sleep, but you’re not sleeping too deeply yet. This brain activity may cause your larger muscles to contract(收缩)a little bit. In response, another part of your brain will make up a very quick mini-dream to go along with what is happening. You might think this would take a while, but your brain works so fast that it makes up the story almost at the same instant that your muscles jerk. During this light sleep, you can be awakened easily. People who wake up during this light sleep believe they haven’t fallen asleep yet. That’s why you may think that your body jerked right before you were about to fall sleep. Myoclonic jerks are a normal part of sleep. Most people have them at one time or another. But many people don’t realize their muscles are jerking during night sleep if it doesn’t wake them up. So the next time you dream about falling and wake up in a sweat, don’t worry。
Your body is just telling your muscles to relax and get some rest。
24.People sometimes wake up during a light sleep because ______________. A.they are disturbed by others. B.they are too tired to fall asleep. D.they believe their lives are in danger. C.their bodies are preparing for sleep. 25.What does the underlined part “what is happening” in Paragraph 4 refer to? A.the body jerk. B.the mini-dream. C.the slow heartbeat. D.the falling body temperature. 26.The author thinks myoclonic jerks during sleep are_______________. A.worrying B.usual C.Abnormal(非正常的) D.useful 27.It can be inferred that myoclonic jerks______________. A.lead to muscle disease B.happen in a deep sleep D.don’t always wake people up C I would like to suggest that for sixty minutes each evening, right after the early evening news, all television broadcasting be banned by law. Let us take a serious look at what the results might be if such a suggestion were accepted. Families might use the time for a real family hour. They might sit around together after dinner and actually talk to one another. It is well known that many of our problems-everything, in fact, from the generation gap(代沟)to the high divorce(离婚) rate to some forms of mental illnesses-are caused at least in part by the failure to communicate. We do not tell each other what is disturbing us. The result is emotional difficulty of one kind or another. By using the quiet family hour to discuss our problems, we might get to know each other better, and to like each other better. On evenings when such talk is unnecessary, families could rediscover(再发现) more active entertainments. Freed from TV, forced to find their own activities, they might take a ride together to watch the sunset. Or they might take a walk together and see the neighborhood with fresh, new eyes. With free time and no TV, children and adults might rediscover reading. There is more entertainment in a good book than in a month of typical TV programming. Educators report that the generation growing up with television can hardly write an English sentence, even at the college level. Writing is often learned from reading. A more cultured new generation could be a product of the quiet hour. C.are related to brain disease At first glance(咋一看), the idea of an hour without TV seems radical(激进的). What will parents do without the electronic baby-sitter? How will we spend the time? But it's not radical at all. It has been only twenty-five years since television came to control our free time. Those of us thirty-five and older can remember childhoods without television, spent partly with radio-which at least involved the listener’s imagination-but also with reading, learning, talking, playing games and inventing new activities. It wasn't that difficult honestly. The truth is that we had a ball(玩得开心). 28.The author’s suggestion can help________________. A.people solve emotional problems B.draw people’s attention to the evening news C.college students get along well with others D.develop strong neighborhood relationships 29.According to the text, good books ___________. A.offer as much knowledge as TV does C.should be made into films B.are more entertaining than TV D.cannot be found easily 30.In the author’s opinion, life without TV__________. A.is not good for children’s imagination C.used to be a lot of fun B.will be accepted by more people[ D.is not worth living 31.What would be the best title for the text? A.The future of television B.Turning off TV: a quiet hour D.Effects of television on humans D Parents who feel disappointed at their teenagers’ failure to pay attention in class, and inability to sit quietly long enough to finish homework or plan ahead, should take solace. Their children are not being lazy or careless, according to new research. The research has found that teenagers’ brains continue developing far longer into adulthood than we used to think. Teens may look like young adults but their brain structure is similar to that of much younger children. “It is not always easy for teens to pay attention in class without letting their minds wander, or to ignore distractions(使人分心的事物)from their younger brothers or sisters when trying to solve a maths problem,” said Dr Iroise Dumontheil. “But it’s not the fault of teenagers that they can’t pay attention and are easily distracted(分心). It’s to do with the structure of their brains. Teens simply can’t think as well as an adult.” The research showed that the brain of a teenager works less effectively than that of an adult. “We knew that we didn’t realize it continued until the late 20s or early 30s,” said Dr Sarah-Jayne Blakemore, who led the research. Chaotic thought teenagers’ brains are containing too much grey matter-the cell bodies and connections which carry messages within the brain. As we age, the amount of grey matter in our brain reduces. C.Saying goodbye to television “What our research has shown is that there is simply too much grey matter going on in the brains of teens,” said Blakemore. “The result is that their brain energy and resources are wasted and their decision-making process is badly influenced. Adults, on the other hand, have less grey matter. This means that the brain works far more effectively.” 32.The underlined word “solace” in Paragraph 1 may mean___________. A.notice B.medicine C.action D.comfort 33.When making decisions, ______________. A.the grey matter in young children’s front brain becomes active B.teens’ brains continue to do much needless work C.people are not likely to be distracted until their late 30s D.adults are more independent than teens 34.What is the effect of having too much grey matter? A.It had a bad effect on decision-making. B.It had a bad effect on the growth of teens. C.It makes us more intelligent. D.It makes us always feel disappointed. 35.What’s the text mainly about? A.Teens have different brains from those of children. B.Adults work more effectively than teens. C.Grey matter makes teens unable to pay attention. D.Brain energy is wasted in the brain’s activity. 第二节(共5小题,每小题2分,满分10分) 根据短文内容,从短文后的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。 Bedrooms Bedrooms are very important. In fact, you spend one third of your life in yours. This means that you probably don’t want a boring bedroom. You will not want a bedroom full of so many things that you can’t get to your bed, or that is painted in your least favorite color. 36 When you are designing a bedroom and you don’t know what to do with some space in the corner, you may want to see if you can fit in a desk or a small sitting area. 37 You might want to fill this space to get some more storage(储存)space or have somewhere to have some privacy. Furniture is not the only thing to consider when you design your bedroom. 38 If you aren’t sure what to do, just keep your walls and furniture white, and make sure that little things are also in the same style. 39 You can put up dry erase boards, chalk boards, and pictures to give your room some style. You may also want to put in a bedside table. Those are great ways to show others some of your favorite photos and lovely toys. Finally, try to find something that adds energy and life to your bedroom. 40 A.You also need to consider color. B.You could also put in a bookshelf to create space. C.Besides, you might have some wall space to use up. D.This means you will need to plan out your bedroom. E.Don’t choose a heavy, large bed for a small bedroom. F.Of course, plants help a lot and they can also keep the air clean. G.If you love to read in bed, a small bedside table probably won’t work. 第三部分:语言知识运用(共两节,满分45分) 第一节: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。 I was in a hotel ballroom in Washington, back in 2004, to cover the National Spelling Bee(全国拼字比赛). One of the 265 kids was Akshay , a 13-year-old from Colorado Springs. His brother had 41 the Bee two years before, and Akshay wanted to match(与..匹配) his brother’s 42 . You could learn at Harvard University all day but 43 hear the words used in the National Spelling Bee. These words live in the 44 corners of dictionaries. Each speller steps up to the microphone, and the official(官方的) pronouncer 45 a word. If the speller gets it right, there’s a moment of 46 , then come three words: that is 47 . Akshay’s moment came in round six. His word was “alopecoid”, meaning “like a fox”. He 48 the word, but there was a problem. In his head, he saw two 49 spellings and he couldn’t decide which was right. He had two minutes to 50 the word. He asked to hear the word again, trying to 51 the correct one between the two versions(版本) in his head. He jammed (把..塞进)his hands in his pockets. Without knowing it, he stood so straight that he 52 his knees. He started to feel 53 . He crashed(摔倒) to the stage so 54 that his feet flew into the air. The audience made this sound: oh oh ohhhhhhhh. An official said, “ 55 the clock(计时).” The room went 56 except for the click-click-click of the photographer’s cameras. Akshay raised his head, looking around the room for a few seconds. Then he got up. “Have a 57 ,” one official said. Akshay didn’t. He went straight to the microphone and said, “A-L-O-P-E-C-O-I-D.” The official didn’t leave room for the silence. She spoke 58 , “That’s correct.” Akshay won the match at the finishing second. He later said a lot was going through his mind when he was 59 there. “Mostly, all the work that I’d done,” he added. As he walked to the microphone, he decided he didn’t care if he made a mistake. He was going to 60 himself. He was correct. 41. A. won B. entered B. succeed. C. covered D. judged 42. A. successful. 43. A. still C. success. C. also D. to succeed. D. even D. opposite D. announces D. discussion D. useful D. considered D. different D. find D. build B. never 44. A. lower 45. A. chooses 46. A. silence 47. A. enough 48. A. repeated 49. A. special 50. A. spell B. tight B. writes C. dark C. explains C. blaming C. correct C. forgot C. wrong C. check B. relaxation B. amazing B. knew B. difficult B. try 51. A. guess 52. A. lock B. choose B. locking C. locked D. to lock D. bad-tempered D. hard D. buy D. crowded D. chance D. just now D. waiting D. trust 53. A. light-headed 54. A. suddenly 55. A. Repair 56. A. hot B. warm-hearted B. loudly B. Stop B. bright B. look C. strong-minded C. straight C. Change C. quiet C. step 57. A. break 58. A. at first 59. A. speaking B. right away B. competing B. control C. on time C. lying C. improve 60. A. encourage 第Ⅱ卷 第三部分:语言知识运用 (共两节,满分45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。 Tom: Have you ever thought 61. ______life would be like without innovative(富有革新精神的)people who are continually coming up with highly practical inventions。 Mary: Tom: It’s hard to imagine that. Yes. Imagine 62. ____ (climb) up to the 80th floor of your office building without an elevator. I’m pretty sure, before you reached the 30th floor, your entire body would be wet with sweat. Mary: Tom: Mary: Tom: You will be 63.___ (amaze) to find almost every aspect in our life is connected with inventions. Now, what about having no computers, mobile phones, cars and cameras? Life would surely be 64____(difficulty) for most people if we had no such inventions. Yes. One example is the medical industry. Doctors, nurses and other members of the healthcare team now rely greatly 65. _____so many technological devices that can help patients survive. Mary: There is no doubt that these devices 66. ______(provide) by companies help hospitals strengthen 67._____ (they) commitment(保证) to patients. Tom: Besides, professionals 68.________are working abroad can now communicate with their families back home with the use of mobile phones or computers. Mary: You are 69._______(complete) right. It is these practical inventions 70.____ improve the quality of everybody’s life every day. 第四部分: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(∧),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 grateful that my mother pointed out one of my fault yesterday. Wherever I saw my friend had something I liked, I will ask my mother to buy it for me. Every time my request refused, I played the same trick, say to leave home. My mother gave up each time I threatened to do that. However, she was very angrily last night. She blamed me for not being considerate and asked me to rethink our own behavior. I couldn’t believe my mother would be so angry with me and I grew frightening. I learned a good lesson and changed a lot afterwards. I was thankful that my mother made me to realize my mistakes. 第二节 书面表达(满分25分) 假如你是李华,看到某中学报的热点话题专栏讨论的主题是“对待父母的过度呵护我们应该怎么办”,请你就此话题用英语给该专栏的编辑写一封信,发表你的个人意见。
写作要点:1. 非常感激父母对我的爱。 2. 与父母交流自己的真实感受:自己长大了,能处理自己的事情。
3. 相信父母会理智地爱我。 注意:词数120字左右(信的开头已给出,但不计入总词数) Dear editor, As is known, all the parents love their children._____ __________________ __________________ __________________________________________________________________________ Yours sincerely, Li Hua 高二上9月考试英语答案 听力: 1-5 BABCC 6-10 CBCAB 11-15ACBCA 16-20CCBAC 阅读理解: A篇: 21-23 DDA B篇: 24-27 CABD C篇: 28-31 A BCB D篇:32-35 DBAC 七选五:36-40 DBACF 完形填空:41-45 ACBCD 46-50ACBDA 51-55BCADB 56-60 CABCD 语法填空: 61. what ng 63. amazed 64. difficult 65. on 66. provided 68. who/that 69. completely 70. that 参考范文: Dear Editor, As is known, all the parents love their children. So it is with my parents. I really feel lucky that I have such kind parents. And I deeply appreciate their love for me. However, I have to admit sometimes they show me so much love that I feel uneasy with them. I think I am old enough to handle my personal affairs. At this time instead of refusing their help rudely, I’d like to talk with them openly and politely. I will tell them I am old enough to deal with some of my own matters on my own. I’ll let them know what I need is their belief in me and their support. I believe my parents will finally understand me and love me sensibly rather than spoil me. Yours sincerely, Li Hua 短文改错: I was grateful that my mother pointed out one of my fault yesterday. Wherever I saw my friend had something I liked, I will ask faults Whenever my mother to buy it for me. Every time my request∧ refused, I played the same trick, say to leave home. My mother gave up would was each time I threatened to do that. However, she was very angrily last night. She blamed me for not being considerate and Saying in asked me to rethink our own behavior. I couldn’t believe my mother would be so angry with me and I grew frightening. I angry my learned a good lesson and changed a lot afterwards. I was thankful that my mother made me to realize my mistakes. frightened 英语竞赛初中试题及答案。
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