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太原五中2015-2016学年度第一学期阶段性检测 高 二 英 语 I 单项选择。(每小题1分,共5分) 1. The natural resources, such as mine, forest, and hydro-power (水电) in that area have been _______ . A. developed B. exploited C. improved D. expanded 2. Listen。
If you want to get a good__________, you’d better stand on the top of the hill. A. sight B. scene C. view D. look 3. I don't think _______ my father will agree to my plan. A. that likely B. likely that C. it likely whether D. it likely that 4. It is thought that between the years 1550 and 1950 an average of one kind of living thing ______each year. A. died from B. died out C. died away D. died of 5. He claimed ______in the restaurant last Sunday. A. being badly treated B. to be treated badly C. to have been treated badly D. being treated badly II 完形填空(共20小题,每小题1分) Stealing? I guess we were stealing. But in our 13-year-old brains the matter of ownership 6 occurred to us. We just wanted to 7 some strawberries in Mr. Jordan’s backyard. So we went 8 into his backyard. When we started 9 his strawberries, all of a sudden Mr. Jordan came outside. “What are you boys doing out here?” he 10 and tried to grab one or two as my friends rushed past him, but they were too 11 for the older gentleman to seize, and all the boys except me disappeared within seconds. Speed was never my 12 .So I could just stand there and 13 whatever punishment would surely come my way from Mr. Jordan. He marched me to my house and my mother criticized me. My friends gathered to celebrate their 14 and observe my capture. They 15 me about it for days afterwards, while all I could do was complain to my father about how 16 it was. “I don’t think so,” Dad said. “You got the punishment you 17 .” “But what about other guys?” I asked. Dad said, “You can’t 18 what happens to other people. You can only 19 what happens to you. You picked Mr Jordan’s strawberries that night, and you were punished for it. To me, that is completely fair.” Then I couldn’t 20 my father’s words. 21 through the years I knew what he talked about. We didn’t come to earth with a 22 that life would treat us fairly. Like Dad said, the 23 thing we can actually 24 is what happens to us. How we choose to respond to what happens to us is surely the 25 by which the quality of our lives will be measured whether or not we think it happens fairly. 6. A. ever B. never C. often D. sometimes 7. A. see B. plant C. water D. pick 8. A. carelessly B. sadly C. calmly D. secretly - 1 - 9. A. destroying B. harvesting C. treating D. facing 10. A. smiled B. shouted C. doubted D. added 11. A. quick B. stupid C. kind D. tall 12. A. character B. luck C. choice D. strength 13. A. deny B. judge C. admit D. accept 14. A. unit B. escape C. life D. holiday 15. A. helped B. blamed C. teased D. supported 16. A. illegal B. impractical C. unfair D. unnecessary 17. A. deserved B. observed C. wanted D. imagined 18. A. ignore B. expect C. conclude D. control 19. A. face B. lead C. devote D. refuse 20. A. mark B. improve C. understand D. discuss 21. A. And B. Or C. So D. But 22. A. guarantee B. direction C. question D. form 23. A. common B. obvious C. only D. easy 24. A. look at B. deal with C. dream of D. take away 25. A. standard B. view C. value D. purpose III阅读理解 (每小题2分,共20分) A Barbara McClintock was one of the most important scientists of the twentieth century. She made important discoveries about genes and chromosomes(染色体). Barbara McClintock was born in 1902 in Hartford, Connecticut. Her family moved to the Brooklyn area of New York City in 1908. Barbara was an active child with interests in sports and music. She also developed an interest in science. She studied science at Cornell University in Ithaca, New York. Barbara was among a small number of undergraduate students to receive training in genetics in 1921. Years later, she noted that few college students wanted to study genetics. Barbara McClintock decided to study botany, the scientific study of plants, at Cornell University. She completed her undergraduate studies in 1923. McClintock decided to continue her education at Cornell. She completed a master’s degree in 1925. Two years later, she finished all her requirements for a doctorate degree. McClintock stayed at Cornell after she completed her education. She taught students botany. The 1930s was not a good time to be a young scientist in the United States. The country was in the middle of the great economic depression. Millions of Americans were unemployed. Male scientists were offered jobs. But female geneticists were not much in demand. An old friend from Cornell, Marcus Rhoades, invited McClintock to spend the summer of 1941 working at the Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory. It is a research center on Long Island, near New York City. McClintock started a temporary job with the genetics department. A short time later, she accepted a permanent position in the laboratory. This gave her the freedom to continue her research without having to teach or repeatedly ask for financial aid. By the 1970s, her discoveries have had an effect on everything from genetic engineering to cancer research. McClintock won the Nobel Prize for Physiology or Medicine in 1983 for her discovery of the ability of genes to change positions on chromosomes. She was the first American woman to win an unshared Nobel Prize. 26. When did McClintock get a doctorate degree? A. In 1921 B. In 1923 C. In 1925 D. In 1927 27. In the middle of the great economic depression in the US, ________. - 2 - A. male geneticists were in great demand B. young female scientists might have trouble finding a job C. female geneticists were not in demand at all D. male scientists were out of work 28. Which of the following jobs was beneficial to McClintock’s research? A. A job as a botany teacher. B. A temporary job in the genetics department. C. A permanent position in the laboratory. D. A job to research cancer 29. Which is right about McClintock? A. She majored in genetics at Cornell University. B. As a young female scientist, she was unemployed in the 1930s. C. The permanent job in her friend’s laboratory supported her academically and financially. D. She was the first woman to win an Nobel Prize without being shared with others. 30. Why was McClintock awarded a Nobel Prize? A. Because she received a degree in genes and chromosomes. B. Because she contributed to genetic engineering and cancer research C. Because she was the first American woman who studies genes and chromosomes. D. Because she made important discoveries about genes and chromosomes. B Body language includes any movement of any part of the body. Like verbal language, there exist cultural universals and cultural differences in Chinese and American body languages. For example, a handshake is the most common gesture that goes with a greeting; waving a hand to say “goodbye” is the same; a frown (皱眉) shows displeasure and a pat on the back of a person indicates agreement, praise and encouragement. Not all body language means the same thing in different cultures. Body motions and gestures are learned, that is, culturally determined. There is no natural language of emotional gesture, and our gesture language which is meaningful to us is as unintelligible to another culture as our verbal language is. Even nodding or shaking the head may have a different meaning. Look at the following English sentence, “Mama pursed her lips and reminded us gently, ‘We do not want to go to the bank.’ We all shook our heads.” Here the English “We all shook our heads” indicates that “We all agreed with Mama”. Americans are ready to maintain good eye contact in conversation, but they do not like long stares. With people who are unfamiliar to us, we must avoid staring at them, and yet we must also avoid ignoring them. We look at them long enough to make it quite clear that we see them, and then we immediately look away. In face-to-face communication, a detailed knowledge of the counterpart’s body language can help us know more than just what he says. A person can use words to hide the truth, but the unconscious nonverbal body language may betray (背叛) him. For example, during the days of Nazism, the Jews within the boundaries of Germany did their best to hide their race, but they were often discovered by the Nazis because of their bold and unrestrained (无节制的) gestures. So their body language frequently revealed their - 3 - race. 31. If an American mother pats her son on the back, what does she mean? A. She is disappointed with her son. B. She is angry with her son. C. She doesn’t agree what her son is doing. D. She praises her son for his doing something well. 32. What is mainly talked about in the second paragraph? A. The English do not like to go to the bank. B. The English nod their heads to show agreement. C. Some body languages are different in different cultures. D. Nodding is common in England and China. 33. The underlined word “unintelligible” in the second paragraph probably means “_____”. A. impossible to understand B. impossible to learn C. impossible to communicate D. impossible to express 34. Which of the following statements is NOT true according to the passage? A. Body language is learned in a culture. B. It is important to know body language in communication. C. People may use verbal language to hide the truth. D. Americans like staring at the person who is talking to them all the time. 35. By the example of the Jews, the author wants to tell us that _______. A. the Jews have bad body language B. the Nazis were very cruel C. people’s body languages tell some truths to others D. people often use their body languages to make themselves understood easily Ⅳ七选五 (每小题2分,共10分) 36 When a starving man gets a meal, he begins to think about an overcoat; when an executive gets a new sports car, visions of country clubs and pleasure beats dance into view. The many wants of mankind might be regarded as making up several levels. 37 . The first and most basic level of wants involves food. Once this want is satisfied, a second level of wants appears: clothing and some sort of shelter. By the end of World War II these wants were satisfied for a great majority of Americans. 38 It included such items as automobiles and new houses. By 1957 or 1958 this third level of wants was fairly well satisfied. Then, in the late 1950s a fourth level of wants appeared: the “life-enriching” level. While the other levels involve physical satisfaction-the feeding, comfort, safety, and transportation of the human body-this level stresses mental needs for recognition, achievement and happiness. It includes a variety of goods and services, many of which could be called “luxury” items. Among them are vacation trips, the best medical care, and entertainment. 39 On this level, a greater percentage of consumer spending goes to services, while - 4 - on the first three levels more is spent on goods. Will consumers raise their sights to a fifth level of wants as their income increases, or will they continue to demand luxuries and personal services on the fourth level? A fifth level probably would involve wants that can be achieved best by community action. Consumers may be spending more on taxes to pay for government action against disease, ignorance, crime and prejudice. 40 In this way, we can enjoy more fully the good things on the first four levels. A. Then a third level appeared. B. Different people have different wants on each level. C. There are several levels of wants in one’s life. D. When there is money enough to satisfy one level of wants, another level appears E. At this stage, we now may seek to ensure the health, safety, and leisure. F. Also included here are fancy foods and the latest styles in clothing. G. Human wants seem endless. V语法填空(每小题1分,共10分) Some time ago, Sophia and I ____1____ (visit) some friends in the countryside. We were staying at a beautiful little cabin______2____ (surround) by fruit trees, flowers and even a few goats. Painted above the doorway in brightly colored letters were the words. Your mind is a garden. Your thoughts are the seeds, you can grow flowers or you can grow weeds. Little did we know it at the time, _____3____this little poem was to have a great effect on our thoughts. It started almost as a kind of game. We decided to make a real effort to watch our thoughts and see exactly __4____ it was that we were planting in our own“mind garden”. We came to see how so many of the problems and difficulties in our lives had their beginnings in the seeds of doubt, fear and anxiety, __5_____ we were continually planting in our minds. As we became more and more aware of these negative thoughts, we said, “No, I won’t plant the weed in the garden of my mind. I will choose to plant something___6_____(good). It is necessary to pull out and throw away those seeds of fear, doubt and anxiety as soon as they appear. When you start to plant your own “mind garden”, you will ___7__ (true) be amazed at the changes, which begin to happen in your life. Love, happiness and tranquility (宁静) can spread ____8______people quickly. People who keep____9____ (plant) theses seeds in the gardens of their minds are also planting them in ____10____. Remember: Your mind is a garden. Your thoughts are the seeds, you can grow flowers or you can grow weeds. VI根据汉语提示、语境或首字母完成句子, 注意形式变化。(每小题1分,共10分) - 5 - 1. Duke of Cambridge uses landmark TV appearance to urge Chinese people to stop buying products made from endangered s_______ as he tells them 'rhino horn won't cure cancer'. 2. So after suffering several failures, they become idle, ________ (具有攻击性的)and unfriendly; sometimes they set their foot on the road to evil by copying the bad boys 3. The earthquake happened in Afghanistan on Oct. 27, 2015, causing _________(惊慌失措) among the population. 4. Our geography teacher said that Qinghai-Tibet P__________ is the highest in the world. 5. According to the rules of the work you should prefer quality to q_______. 6. Some scientists like to e___________ with small white mice. 7. Children's ability to adapt to a new environment comes ________(natural). It is not a result of many experiences 8. Clare works in the same office with me, so he is my __________ . 9. In Wales, the red dragon on the flag is a positive symbol, i_________ strength and a sense of national identity. 10. The stories about King Arthur and his Knights (骑士) of the Round Table are l______ not history. VII短文改错 (共10分) 文中共有10处语言错误,每句中最多有两处。错误涉及一个单词的增加,删除或修改。 增加:在缺词处加一个漏词符号(∧),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l0处,多者(从第11处起)不计分。 Last week we hold a discussion on that we should do for our school before we graduate. The students in our class have different suggestion. Some students think that we can collect money to buy some books for the school library or everything else for the school. Others students think that it’s not necessary to spend money. We can study hard and make our school feeling proud of us. To my opinion, we don’t have to spend money. We can do something meaningfully without money. For an example, we can do some voluntary work to beautify the school or try to perform well in the coming exams so that our school will proud of us. VIII书面表达(共15分) 请根据以下提示以 The Loch Ness Monster为题,用英语写一篇100词左右的作文。
首句已给出。 1. 尼斯湖的面积:英国最大,比英格兰、苏格兰和威尔士所有的水域加起来还要大。
2. 有关尼斯湖怪物的传说: 当地居民告诉孩子们水中有马形怪物,让他们远离危险的水域。传说之一是这种怪物饿了就会变为漂亮的马,等待不幸的人来骑,然后跳入水中将其吃掉。 3. 尼斯湖怪物首次现身时间: - 6 - 多数人认为是20世纪三十年代。 从那时起, 尼斯湖闻名于世。
提示:Loch Ness厄斯湖 Kelpie 马形水怪 The Loch Ness Monster Loch Ness is a lake resulting from a movement in the earth's crust. 单选:BCDBC 完型 BDDBB ADDBC CADAC DACBA 阅读DBCCD 56-60 DCADC 七选五 GDAFE 语法填空 1. visited 2. surrounded 3. but 4 what 5. which 6. better 7. truly 8. among 9. planting 10. others’ 单词填空:1. species 2. aggressive 3. panic 4. Plateau 5. quantity 6. experiment 7. naturally 8. colleague 9. indicating 10. legends 改错 1. hold改为held 2. that改为what 3. Suggestion改为suggestions 4. everything改为something 5. Others 改为 other 6. feeling 改为feel 7. To改为In 8. meaningfully改为meaningful 9. 去掉an 前be/fell 作文 The Loch Ness Monster Loch Ness is a lake resulting from a movement in the earth's crust. It is the largest body of fresh water in Britain. The water in Loch Ness is more than the total amount of water in all the lakes in England, Scotland and Wales. It is said that the residents around the Loch used to tell their children stories of the kelpie to keep them away from the dark dangerous waters of the Loch. One of the stories is about a horrible beast. When hungry, it would leave its home and change itself into a beautiful horse waiting for some unlucky travelers to climb on its back. Then it would jump straight into the Loch and feed on its victims. Most people think that the Loch Ness monster first appeared in the 1930's and it is since that time that the Loch has become famous. - 7 - 太原五中高中试题。
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