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英语竞赛初中试题及答案
英语试卷 时间:120 分钟 分值:150分 第Ⅰ卷 选择题 第一部分:听力部分(共20小题;每小题1.5分,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 does the man want to learn at university? A. Engineering. B. Medicine C. Business 2. When will the woman come again? A. This Tuesday. B. This Wednesday. C. This Thursday. 3. What are the speakers mainly talking about? A. Their boss B. Their task C. Their meeting 4. Where are the speakers most probably? A. At a store B. At the cinema. C At a bus station 5. What does the man think of his visit to Disneyworld? A Challenging ying C. Disappointing 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. Why did the woman come to the United States? A To stud B. To find work C. To visit her parents. 7. What time is it now? A.
3:00pm B.
5:00pm C.
8:00pm 听第7段材料,回答第8至10题。
8. What season is it now most probably? A. Spring B Summer C. Winter 9. What will the woman do? A. Ask for suggestions B. Go to the French Corner. C. Look for an online partner. 10. What does the woman think of the man's second suggestion? A. Useless B. Impractical C. Great 听第8段材料,回答第11至13题。 11. What's the weather most probably like today? A. Sunny but cold. B. Sunny and warm. C Rainy and cool 12. What does the woman want the man to do? A. To stay indoors. B. To do some sports C. To make some friends 13. What's the probable relationship between the speakers? A. Friends B. Mother and son C. Husband and wife 听第9段材料,回答第14至17题。 14. When does the man usually get up in the morning? A. At
6: 50 am B. At
6: 55 am C. At
7: 00 am 15. How does the man usually go to school? A. On foot. B By bike C. By school bus 16. Where does the man usually have his lunch on school days? A. At home B. At the school lunchroom C. At a restaurant outside school 17. What does the man usually do before going to bed A. He watches TV. B He does homework. C. He prepares his school bag 听第10段材料,回答第18至20题。 18. Whom did the man go to the mountain with? A. His family. B. His friends C. His colleagues 19. How long did the speaker stay at the top of the mountain after the picnic? A. For about an hour B. For over three hours C For one and a half hours 20. What is most probably the speaker? A. A teacher B. A doctor C. A guide 第二部分:英语知识运用 第一节:阅读理解(共20小题,每小题2分,满分30分) A Do you want to travel the world? Toronto-based travel company G Adventures has picked out the best places to visit in 2019. Uzbekistan In 2018, Uzbekistan relaxed its visa entry requirements(签证政策) by introducing a new e-visa for 51 countries, including e of the easy visa entry requirements, it attracts more travellers. And G Adventures has seen a 72 percent increase in travellers to Uzbekistan It's no wonder that the beautiful buildings, historical importance and friendly people make Uzbekistan one of the best places to visit in 2019. Taiwan China Recently called by The New York Times“Asia’s most- food- obsessed(对食物着迷的) place”,Taiwan is heaven for travellers who enjoy food very much. Its culture shows through its busy cities natural landscapes(风景 )and mouthwatering night markets。 Jordan With year-over-year traveller growth of 71 percent for G Adventures, it's probably safe to say that Jordan is back. Travellers can see Petras amazing tombs and ancient buildings carved(雕刻) into rock walls, and learn about Bedouin culture during an overnight stay in the desert. Iceland Winter is coming, and so is the craze for places in the north as the final season of Game of Thrones again shows its filming locations to audience. Iceland is no exception. The beautiful landscapes of this island nation offer perhaps the closest thing one can have to an out-of-body travel the building of Reykjavik to the black sand beaches of Reynisfjara, the country offers the perfect landscapes to travelers 21. What makes travellers to Uzbekistan increase? A. Its improved traffic B. Its new scenic spots C. Its visa entry policy D. Its living conditions 22. If you want to visit some sites of rock walls you can go to A Uzbekistan B. Taiwan China C. Jordan D. Iceland 23. Where is the text probably taken from? A .A news report. B. A travel magazine C. A job guide. D. A science book B KK was around five years old when he showed up at the front gate of my house in 2012. And clearly he was used to a life outside. While mostly happy indoors, he did expect to be let out. He would go out and do his things, and then come back and hang out inside until his next need for an outside visit arose. When Julien, my second cat, showed up in 2013,having two cats wanting in and out at different times was more difficult. After careful consideration I finally decided to put in a cat door. It allowed KK and Julien to come and go as they wanted without waking me up at 5 am to go outside or at
5: 10 am to come back inside. It also saved my door, which KK was always abusing(虐待) as his way of letting me know I was being too slow in opening the door for him or not responsive(应答的) at all. When my mother passed away in the spring of 2014, leaving her young cat without a forever home, I decided to take her. Once being an indoor/outdoor cat, Sissy obviously didn't want to suddenly be kept indoors. She also wanted to be able to get away from the other two cats, as she was used to being in a single cat home . After KK, Julien and Sissy had all become used to their life of coming and going as they pleased,it pretty much guaranteed(保证) that all future cats would have the same right. And now I have seven cats that come and go as they please. Letting my cats go outdoors isn’t due to my not caring or getting them out of my head. On the contrary, it is because I love them so much and want them to have the best life possible. 24. What can we learn from Paragraph 1? A. KK preferred to stay outdoors B. KK refused to be kept as a pet. C. KK brought lots of trouble to the author D. KK lived happily with his former owner 25. Why did the author put in a cat door? make her cats feel safe. B. To prevent cats from damaging her door C. To welcome some homeless cats. D. To let her cats go out and come back freely 26. What did Sissy want to do after she was brought in? A. Stay by herself. B. Make some cat friends C. Spend her time indoors D. Go back to her former home 27. What would be the best title for the text? A. Why I love raising cats. B. Why I let my cats go outsides C. What I learned from my cats. D. What I expected from my cats C About 600,000 people die of heart attacks at home each year. And the survival rate(存活率)of out-of-hospital heart attacks is much lower than those that happen at the in-hospital setting. Pumpstart, a program created by Dy students at Boston University School of Medicine (BUSM)which is meant to teach hands-only CPR(心脏复苏术) to the general public, is effective in both teaching high school students a life-saving skill and providing medical students with a chance to take part in public health and medical education after several surveys. High school students in the Boston area who joined in the Pumpstart program completed pre-/post surveys. The pre-surveys were carried out before they watched a 60- minute training session(培训课程) on hands-only CPR. And the post surveys were done after the training session. Medical students also completed surveys judging their comfort in learning CPR both before and after they took part in the program. The high school students reported huge improvements in CPR skills following their training from Pumpstart. And it was reported that the medical students had higher confidence levels regarding their abilities to answer questions about CPR and helping new medical students to better understand the training sessions after they joined in Pumpstart. “Geting the general public to feel comfortable performing CPR is important to overall improved survival from heart attacks, "explained Anita Knopov,a fourth-year medical student at BUSM."Using educational resources provided by the city medical center and offering training to inner-city high school students allow medical students to serve as both educators and experienced people in CPR within the community, while making high school students interested in the healthcare field(医疗领域). That's what Pumpstart does.” Knopov believes Pumpstart can serve as a model for other organizations and can have a long-term(长期的) public health influence as the bystander CPR continues to be one of the most useful factors in out-of-hospital(医院之外) heart attack survival . “Although Pumpstart is offered only in Boston, we hope that our work may stimulate the development of similar programs in other areas. And in that case we can use lots of new ‘Pumpstarts’ in other regions.” 28. What is the main purpose of Pumpstart? A. To change people's lifestyle. B. To train students to be healthy C. To improve CPR skills of the public. D. To provide medical care for communities. 29. What does Paragraph 4 imply? A. Pumpstart improves students self-confidence B. Pumpstart performs CPR for people independently. C. Pumpstart obviously reduces the risk of heart attacks D. Pumpstart encourages students to work in the healthcare field 30. What does Anita Knopov think of the program? useful. popular confusing. D. Fairly interesting 31. What does the underlined word"stimulate " in the last paragraph mean? A. Check B. Prevent C. Encourage D. Slow D Have you gotten price shock lately when you looked at the cost of a new car? It's not your imagination .The average price of a new car is the highest ever for the first quarter, according to CNBC. At $$33, 319,the price is about $$1,000 more than in 2018. Because of that, new car sales dropped by as many as 2.5million units compared to the same quarter last year. You `d think the drop might concern car makers,but as it turns out, the increase of the price reflects a choice. Many carmakers are stopping producing less expensive cars in favor of SUVS and pickup trucks, which bring in bigger profits(利润). “Carmakers always say they build what people want.,”The Wall Street Journal reporter Dan Neil said. " “But they never mention the fact that they spend billions telling people what they want. It wasn't that consumers wanted to have a truck that was as big as a house. No, that was a gradual process And it has been mainly pushed by carmakers because bigger equals more profits.” In late 2018, Ford announced it was gradually stopping producing its Fiesta, Focus, and C-max models in the United States while continuing to make the Mustang and Focus Active. Other big carmakers did the same, with General Motors ending production of the Chevy Volt, Cruz, Impala, Buick Lacrosse. Cadillac XTS, and Cadillac CT6 in the United States. And Fiat Chrysler is putting the Dodge Dart and Chrysler 200 to an end. "I can tell you right now that both the Chrysler 200 and the Dodge Dart, as great products as they were, are the least financially rewarding business that we’ve carried out in the last eight years, "said Fiat Chrysler CEO. So where does that leave consumers? Well, if you're in the market for an SUV or a top-of-the-line pickup truck, you can expect better features. But if you're looking for a smaller, less expensive car you might be squeezed (挤)out of the market. More and more buyers are likely to look to used cars instead. But before car shopping, make sure you know the secrets car dealers don't want to tell you. 32. What caused the drop in new car sales this year? A. The decline of cars quality. B. The rising price of new cars C The change of market demand D. The decrease of carmakers 'number. 33. What do Dans words imply about the car market? A. Carmakers always know the true need of consumers B Carmakers produce bigger cars because of the social trend C Consumers really depend less on carmakers in buying cars D. Consumers ' shopping decisions are influenced by carmakers 34. Paragraph 4 suggests that carmakers production plans__________. A. are driven by profits B. can be unwise sometimes C may influence the quality of cars. D. fail to meet some people's demands 35. What can we learn from the last paragraph? A. Most people don’t prefer small cars any more B. Producing small cars brings less profit to carmakers C. Small cars can't provide better features for consumers D Buying second-hand cars is a good choice for some people E 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。 For Sandra, the teachers who stuck in her mind were the ones that gave her their time and effort and really prepared her for her future. 36 In this way she hoped to provide that same, high quality education for young people and give something back. She saw herself as a teacher who helped students and gave them love for what they had to do,whether they wanted to do it or not. 37 One of them was that a GCSE student who simply aimed to get a D at the very beginning later achieved an A in his RE exam. Every time when hearing such news, she was just smiling with one knew how much she had done for such a day. 38 She always said to them, “Ignore that goal, and put yourself at the goal you want to achieve. Even if you are not good at your subject,it doesn't mean that you're going to get a D. I believe you're going to get something far greater.” Giving students that push to get better grade made a great difference to them. When they got it,the result was just amazing. " 39 You’ve helped them with something that's going to make their lives much easier and better,” she explained. Based on this teaching concept, Sandra focused on making each student a better"himself" And what's more. she has been among one of her former teachers and really has given something once received a huge bunch of flowers with a card in it, writing, "Dear Sandra, you 've given me the time and energy to help me get what I needed 40 .” A. She kept encouraging her students B. It is useful to make friends with students C. Her encouragement turned out to be of great use makes you feel like you've done your job so well E. It is you and your teaching style that make it possible F. So she chose to train as a teacher after college graduation. G. Looking back, there were many moments to make her proud 第二节:完形填空(共20小题,每小题1.5分,満分30分) A couple has spent the last 25 years buying 300 acres of deserted farmlands and changed it into wildlife forest. They want to build the land to a real rainforest for elephants, birds and other endangered animals. Up to now, they've 41 more than 300kinds of birds as well as many 42 animal species(种类). 43 , this was not the image in 1991 when they came to this part of the country. "When we came here, it was a 44 .The owner wanted to sell it 45 , because he could not 46 coffee beans(咖啡豆) or anything else here, says Anil, who ran restaurant business in the US 47 moving to India. "But for me and my wife, this was what we were 48 of in our life.” The couple had a special love for 49 from their childhood. When they came to India,the pollution 50 them. "At that moment, we 51 to do something to explore the forests in India,” says Anil. "We were not looking for 52 .In the beginning, we 53 that shortage of fresh water will be a(n) 54 concern in India,so we must take care of its origin,” explains Anil. They sold properties(财产) they owned in America, bought the first 55 acres and began to grow the first 55 . Soon, they got the land nearby as well. “Many of the local farmers considered it 56 to get money from the wasteland, ” says Anil. Stopping hunting was a big 57 and often the locals did not 58 what this couple was doing, so it required a lot of talking to build up the idea of 59 . They worked with the forest department to set up camera traps and keep hunters away. “There are times we have to 60 with hunters. We were even in great danger once,” says Anil. “We hope what we are doing now will make a difference to animals.” 41.A. attracted B. kept C. sold D. hidden 42. A. dangerous B. beautiful C. rar D. common 43.A. Therefore B. However C. Instead D. Besides 44. A. dreamland B. wasteland C. playground D. park 45. A. carefully B. secret C. quickly D. suddenly 46. A. eat B. find C. water D. grow 47.A. before B. after C. since D. for 48. A hearing B. dreaming C. speaking D. dying 49. A knowledge B. history C. nature D. culture 50. A. moved B. shocked C. satisfied D. annoyed 51. A. begged B. hated C. failed D. decided 52. A. money B. food C. luck D. help 53. A. forgot B. hoped C. require D. realize 54. A. beneficial B. unnecessary C. huge D. unimportant 55.A. grass B. flower C. vegetable D. forest 56. A. difficult B. easy C. meaningless D. excited 57. A. order B. challenge C. deal D. enjoyment 58.A. experience B. follow C. understand D. promise 59.A. attention B. devotion ion D. protection 60.A. fight B. work C. unite D. play 第II卷 主观题 第一部分:语法填空(共10小题,每小题1.5分,満分15分) It is most likely that you have seen a train, it may have been passing through your town,or you might have even been (61)_____(luck) enough to ride on one. Trains are a cool way to travel.(62)_____(actual),the earliest trains were just a series of carts(老式马车)joined together,(63)____ ran along wooden tracks and were usually pulled by horses and even people. Around 1775, steam was being experimented with as(64)_____source of power. And in the early 1800’s, the steam engine was invented and used into the train. This made(65)____(pull) goods easier and a lot faster. Thanks to the trains , people and products could(66)_____(carry) off to other locations .By around the 1860’s, the idea of the train had spread to the United States. Here trains were being used to pull grain(粮食)(67)_____farms to factories. And soon wealthy people wanted to take the train all the way to the Pacific coast. Then two(68)_____(company),Union Pacific and Central Pacific Railroads,(69)_______(get) the right to take on this great task of laying the track. And it took over six years and many lives(70)______(complete) the first transcontinental(横贯大陆的)railroad. 第二部分:短文改错((共10小题,每小题1分,満分10分) 文中共有10处错误,错误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。 A month ago, my parent asked me what present I want for my birthday. After think for a moment, I told them that I wanted to raise a dog. I thought they would probable say "No” because they did it all the time, so this time they said "Yes". I was so surprising. My parents bought a puppy for me and they believed that I could took care of her. I was so happy that she had a dog to play with.Every time I get to home, she will run to me And show her excitement. What lovely dog。
I treat her as my close friend. 第三部分: I. 从方框中选择合适的单词并用其适当形式填空。(共15小题,每小题1分,满分15分) mean equal devote determine sentence trouble prefer burst schedule rare relative violence law entrance guidance 1. I didn’t____________________ to scare you. 2. He is _________________to running the company. 3. The thief was _______________ to ten years in prison. 4. Many high school students have _________________in solving math problems. 5. I _______________ to swim rather than cycle when I was young. 6. He_______________himself to his career and achieved his goals. 7. Louise is________________ to stop smoking for good and all. 8. With his ______________,we finally got to our destination. 9. Everyone who heard it just________________out laughing. 10. Thanks to your help, we finished the work ahead of_________________. 11. My husband always works late, he_____________comes to bed before 12 at midnight. 12. All the_______________ and friends have come to my party. 13. The earthquake was so______________ that many buildings fall apart. 14. Nelson Mandela worked as a __________________when he was young. 15. The_________________to the mine was closed. II .从方框中选择合适的短语并用其适当形式填空。
(共10小题,每小题1分,满分10分) as a matter of fact, turn to, in trouble, out of work, fall in love, get tired of, disagree with, get along with, recover from, be grateful to he is ________________, we should all go out to help him. 2.___________________, many people have a disability. says there is no one she can _______________ for help. has been__________________ for six months. are you _______________your English study? _______________ singing the same song all the time. is strange that he should ______________ such a rude girl. has________________ what her mother tells her to do all the time. took her a long time to __________________ the heart operation. 10.I__________________ your suggestion,and I will never change my mind. 题目名称 标准答案 单选1 C 单选2 C 单选3 B 单选4 B 单选5 B 单选6 A 单选7 B 单选8 C 单选9 C 单选10 C 单选11 B 单选12 B 单选13 B 单选14 C 单选15 C 单选16 B 单选17 A 单选18 A 单选19 A 单选20 B 单选21 C 单选22 C 单选23 B 单选24 A 单选25 D 单选26 A 单选27 B 单选28 C 单选29 D 单选30 A 单选31 C 单选32 B 单选33 D 单选34 A 单选35 D 单选36 F 单选37 G 单选38 A 单选39 D 单选40 E 单选41 A 单选42 C 满分值 是否多选 多选答案 附加题 1.5 否 1.5 否 1.5 否 1.5 否 1.5 否 1.5 否 1.5 否 1.5 否 1.5 否 1.5 否 1.5 否 1.5 否 1.5 否 1.5 否 1.5 否 1.5 否 1.5 否 1.5 否 1.5 否 1.5 否 2 否 2 否 2 否 2 否 2 否 2 否 2 否 2 否 2 否 2 否 2 否 2 否 2 否 2 否 2 否 2 否 2 否 2 否 2 否 2 否 1.5 否 1.5 否 单选43 B 1.5 否 单选44 B 1.5 否 单选45 C 1.5 否 单选46 D 1.5 否 单选47 A 1.5 否 单选48 B 1.5 否 单选49 C 1.5 否 单选50 B 1.5 否 单选51 D 1.5 否 单选52 A 1.5 否 单选53 D 1.5 否 单选54 C 1.5 否 单选55 D 1.5 否 单选56 A 1.5 否 单选57 B 1.5 否 单选58 C 1.5 否 单选59 D 1.5 否 单选60 A 1.5 否 语法填空 62 Actually 63. which 64. a 65. pulling 66. be carried ies 70. to complete 短文改错 从方框中选择合适的单词并用其适当形式填空 ced e red 6. devoted determined ce 7. 11reraly ves t 1entrance II .从方框中选择合适的短语并用其适当形式填空 trouble a matter of face 3. turn to 4. out of work g along with tired of 9 in love with grateful to r from 10 disagree with 英语竞赛初中试题及答案。
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