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海南省屯昌县屯昌中学2018-2019学年高二英语上学期第二次月考试题(无答案) 考试时间;120分钟 满分; 150分 本试卷分第I卷(选择题)和第II卷(非选择题) 第I卷 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) 1. What does the woman prefer? A. Coffee B. Tea C. Cold water 2. How much money did the woman give away? A. 13 cents B. 33 cents C. 30 cents 3. What is the relationship between the speakers? A. Shop assistant and customer B. Employer and employee C. Husband and wife 4. What did the woman do last Sunday? A. She went to a party B. She had a party with her mother C. She stayed with her mother 5. What did the woman buy her brother for Christmas? A. A book B. A watch C. A case 第二节 (共15小题;每小题1.5分,满分22.5分) 听第6段材料,回答第
6、7题。 6. Where does this conversation probably take place? A. In a travel office B. At a hotel C. On an island 7. What is the man doing? A. Booking a hotel B. Planning a tour C. Finding a book 听第7段材料,回答第

8、9题。 8. What does the man feel about the woman’s leaving? A. Satisfied B. Angry C. Surprised 9. What does the woman say about her department? A. There is short of trust B. There are some problems C. There is too much pressure 听第8段材料,回答第10至12题。 10. What are the speakers talking about? A. Things people do in their spare time B. Popular sports events programs people like best 11. How did the woman do the research? A. She talked to people B. She sent letters to people C. She collected information from newspaper 12. How many people do exercise in the research? A. 9 B. 1 C. 19 听第9段材料,回答第13至16题。 13. What does the woman ask the man to do tonight? A. Play some sport B. Join her for dinner C. Help with her study is the man going to Miami? A. To go sightseeing B. To attend a wedding C. To go on a business trip 15. Where is the woman going now? A. To the coffee shop B. To the tennis courts C. To her school 16. what does the man decide to do at the end of the conversation? A. Put off his trip B. Come back early C. Take tennis lessons 听第10段材料,回答第17至20题。
17. Who survived the bus accident? A. A monkey B. Some women C. The driver was the monkey’s response to the policeman? A. Smiling B. Screaming C. Gesturing 19. Why did the monkey start dancing? A. It didn’t understand the policeman B. The policeman forced it to do so C. It meant people danced on the bus probably happened on the bus before the accident? A. The monkey drove the bus B. The monkey danced C. People fought against each other 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) A About 35 species of animals are dying out every day in the rainforest. Perhaps taking these animals to zoos is better than allowing them to die in the decreasing wild, but clearly the conditions in zoos must be improved. Is the power and beauty of nature apparent in zoos。
A zoo cage typically consists of a few animals sitting in limited space with nothing but plastic trees and brick walls. Their eyes hold a lifetime of sadness and emptiness. Every day people stare at them, knock on the glasses, and make faces to scare them or get them to move. Cameras are forbidden, yet tourists still take pictures. They don't understand or care how much the flash terrifies the animals. Animals are suffering in zoos. Many lions will walk around in circles all day. This kind of behavior is especially apparent in tall animals like elephants and giraffes, which might chew the plastic plants or hit their heads heavily on the bars of their cages. Some monkeys turn to self-harm after they have consumed all the amusements provided in their cages. Birds are not able to fly in their metal nets. Some stop trying. After a few years, most can no longer fly. The night time is the worst. We do see the tiny cages where animals are locked up with hardly enough room to move. Most of them hide and sleep, like never-ending winter sleep. More zoos will be created in the next 25 years. In cages the once-proud creatures of the wild remind us of only shame-shame on the human race for doing this to these animals. Perhaps the future of these animals does rest in zoos, but we can make zoos more human(人道的). By doing simple things such as donating $$5 to a project designed to stop zoo cruelty or increase the cage size, you can make a difference. 21. Harm is done to the animals in zoos because ______ . A. visitors laugh at them B. visitors take photos of them C. they live in dirty artificial surroundings D. they are hardly given enough food. 22. The writer develops the third paragraph by ______ . A. telling stories B. making comments C. giving examples D. offering analyses 23. What is the purpose of the passage。 ______ A. To blame the behavior of taking animals to zoos. B. To raise awareness of protecting wild animals. C. To inspire pity for the animals suffering in zoos. D. To call for the improvement of zoo conditions. B Since she became a boss 20 years ago, Mary Davis was forced to develop her skills in communication and networking. Today, she says she can start a conversation with anyone. The easiest way to start a conversation, Davis said, is by finding a commonality between yourself and the other person. Davis’ advice on finding common ground shines through in her reliable icebreakers. Among them are “How do you know our host?” and “I’ve never been to one of these seminars (研讨会). Have you?” According to Davis, this one leads to a conversation no matter what the answer. “If they answer ‘No’, you can go on by saying something like, ‘Well, I heard that we can expect to hear about ...’ If they answer ‘Yes’, you can continue by asking for their opinion of the last seminar.” However, Davis said that sometimes she will just go up to someone, offer her hand, and say, “Hi, I’m Mary Davis. I don’t think we’ve met yet.” The most important thing to remember about having a conversation is to make eye contact and use the other person’s name, said Davis. “This makes the other person more likely to remember you.” While the other person is talking, Davis acts as though she is only interested in what they have to say. This philosophy (哲学) of making the other person the center of attention carries over to small talk. In order to practice talking with people, Davis suggests going to a public place. “It’s always easy to open with something you’ve observed from the other person, like ‘I couldn’t help but notice you’re reading the new John Grisham novel. How is it?’” For Davis, though, the one thing that has really been a big help to her in becoming an expert conversationalist is confidence in herself. “Some reasons people might be shy about entering into a conversation are that they are uncomfortable with themselves; they feel unworthy in comparison to others in the group; they don’t want to appear stupid, uninformed, or uneducated; or maybe they’ve had a bad experience in public that makes them hesitant (迟疑) now.” 24. Davis’ icebreakers mentioned in Paragraph 2 are helpful in _____. A. expressing herself B. opening a conversation C. making friends with others D. being the center of attention 25. Davis probably thinks a direct introduction during a conversation is _____. A. impolite B. worthless C. acceptable D. surprising 26. To start a conversation, how will Davis react when the other person keeps talking about himself? A. Ask more about him. B. Speak louder than him. C. Change the topic of conversation. D. Break off the conversation politely. 27. The last paragraph mainly explains _____. A. how Davis got interested in making conversation B. why it is important to develop confidence in yourself C. how to overcome nervousness when speaking in public D. why it is difficult for some people to start a conversation C My six-year-old granddaughter stared at me as if she were seeing me for the first time. “Grandma, you are an antique(古董),” she said. “You are old. Antiques are old. You are my antique.” I was not satisfied to let the matter rest there. I took out the Webster’s Dictionary and read the definition to Jenny. I explained, “An antique is not only old, it’s an object existing since or belonging to earlier times...a work of art... a piece of furniture. Antiques are treasured,” I told Jenny as I put away the dictionary. “They have to be handled carefully because they sometimes are very valuable. In order to qualify as an antique, the object has to be at least 100 years old.” “I’m only 67,” I reminded Jenny. We looked around the house for other antiques, besides me. There was a desk that was handed down from Rone aunt to another and finally to our family. “It’s very old,” I told Jenny. “I try to keep it polished and I show it off whenever I can. You do that with antiques." There was a picture on the wall bought at a garage sale. It was dated 1867. “Now that’s an antique,” I said with pride. “Over 100 years old.” Of course it was marked up and scratched (刮坏) and not in very good condition. “Sometimes age does that,” I told Jenny. “But the marks are good marks. They show living, or being around. That’s something to display with pride. In fact, sometimes, the more an object shows age, the more valuable it can become.” I believed this was important for my own self-worth. Our tour of antiques continued. There was a vase on the floor. It had been in my house for a long time. I was not certain where it came from but I didn’t buy it new. One thing about antiques, I explained to Jenny, was that they usually had a story. They’d been in one home and then another, handed down from one family to another, traveling all over the place. They’d lasted through years and years. They could have been thrown away, or ignored. or destroyed, or lost. But instead, they survived. For a moment, Jenny looked thoughtful. “l don’t have any antiques but you,” she said. Then her face brightened. “Could I take you to school for show and tell?” “Only if I fit into your backpack,” I answered. And then Jenny’s antique lifted her up and embraced her in a hug that would last through the years. 28. Grandma read the definition of “antique” to Jenny in order to ________. A. express her disappointment at being called “antique” B. change Jenny’s shallow understanding of antiques C. tell Jenny the importance of protecting antiques D. list all the important characteristics of antiques 29. Which of the following information did grandma express to Jenny? A. The desk reminded her of her dear relatives. B. There was usually a sad story behind each antique. C. The spots on the picture showed its age and value. D. She planned to buy a new vase to replace the old one. 30. What can be inferred from the last paragraph? A. Grandma was too old to lift Jenny up. B. Jenny was too young to know grandma’s humor. C. Jenny had a strong desire for grandma’s love. D. Grandma had a deep long-lasting love for Jenny. 31. What can be the best title for the passage? A. Jenny’s Antique B. Grandma’s Antique D. A Story of Antiques C. A Tour of Antiques D I’ve loved my mother’s desk since I was just tall enough to see above the top of it as mother sat doing ng by her chair,looking at the ink bottle,pens and white paper,I decided that the act of writing must be the most wonderful thing in the world. Years later,during her final illness,mother kept different things for my sister and brother.“But the desk,”she said again,“is for Elizabeth.” I never saw her angry,never saw her cry.I knew she loved me;she showed it in as a young girl,I wanted heart-to-heart talks between mother and daughter. They never a gulf opened between us.i was“too emotional”.But she lived“on the surface”. As years passed and I had my own family.I loved my mother and thanked her for our happy family.I wrote to her in careful words and asked her to let me know in any way she chose that she did forgive me. I posted the letter and waited for her answer, none came. My hope turned to disappointment,then little interest and,finally seemed that nothing happened.I couldn’t be sure that the letter had even got to Mother.I only knew that I had written it,and I could stop trying to make her into someone she was not. Now the presence of her desk told me,as she’d never been able to,that she was pleased that writing was my chosen work.I cleaned the desk carefully and found some papers inside—a photo of my father and a one-page letter,folded and refolded many times. Give me an answer,my letter asks,in any way you ,you always choose the act the speaks louder than words. writer began to love her mother’s desk ______ mother died she was a child mother gave it to her she became a writer word“gulf”in paragraph 4 means ______. understanding between the old and tho young. of the sea going far in land. talks between mother and daughter. ent ideas between the mother and the daughter. did Mother do with her daughter’s letter asking for forgiveness? had never received the letter. years,she often talked about the letter. read the letter again and again till she died. didn’t forgive her daughter at all in all her life. passage shows that ______. cared much about her daughter in words wrote to her daughter in careful words was too serious about everything her daughter had done was cold on the surface but kind in her heart to her daughter 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。
How to celebrate Mother's Day Mother's Day is a global holiday that takes place on different days in spring depending on where you live. In most countries, Mother's Day is the second Sunday in May. 36 The key is to consider what she would want most, and then make a special gift for her. Give a card. 37 Both options are fine as long as you put thought into them. If you buy a card, take the time to find one that really expresses your feelings about your mom. If you make a card, use good-quality materials to ensure that the card looks nice. 38 Surprise your mom with breakfast - maybe even in bed. If she loves baking, find a cookie or cake recipe she hasn't tried before and spend the afternoon baking together. Plan the day's meals out in advance so that your mother doesn't have to cook at all that day if she doesn't want to. 39 Have an adventure together. 40 Guide your mom around a museum, take a walk in a forest or park, or see whatever other sights your city has to offer. Present your mom with a few different options or a sample itinerary(旅行日程) in the morning, and let her choose. If you're doing this one, make sure you have all the details of each option worked out, including prices and hours of operations for any buildings such as museums or aquariums, for example. A.Cook for (or with) your mom. B.Keep her company for a whole day. C.Pretend you're tourists in your own city. D.Giving a card is both cheap and convenient. E.Decide whether you want to buy or make a card. F.Even if she loves cooking, she might appreciate a day off. G.It can be difficult to decide how to celebrate Mother's Day. 第三部分 语言知识运用(共两节,满分45分) 第一节 (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A 、B、C和D四个选项中,选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项。 Michel is a young girl who works for the police 41 a handwriting expert (专家). She has helped 42 many criminals (罪犯) by using her special talents (天才). When she was fourteen, Michel was already 43 interested in the differences in her friends' 44 that she would spend hours 45 them. After 46 college she went to France for a 47 two-year class in handwriting at the School of Police Science. Michel says that it is 48 for people to hide their handwriting. She can discover 49 of what she needs to know simply 50 looking at the writing with her own eyes, 51 she also has machines 52 help her make 53 different kinds of paper and ink. This knowledge is often 54 great help to the police. Michel believes that handwriting is a good 55 of what kind of person the 56 is. "I wouldn't go out with a fellow 57 I didn't like his handwriting. " She says. But she 58 she fell in love with her future husband, a young policeman 59 she studied his handwriting. It is later proved to be 60 , however. 41. A. as B. by C. like D. with 42. A. search B. catch C. follow D. judge 43. A. so B. too C. quite D. extra 44. A. books B. handwriting C. tongues D. letter 45. A. writing B. studying C. settling D. uncovering 46. A. attending B. starting C. finishing D. stepping into 47. A. special B. natural C. powerful D. common 48. A. main B. safe C. easy D. impossible 49. A. most B. nothing C. little D. sight 50. A. with B. of C. by D. about 51. A. so B. for C. thus D. but 52. A. they B. in which C. that D. those 53. A. up B. out C. for D. into 54. A. of B. to C. with D. for 55. A. sign B. test C. means D. habit 56. A. thief B. criminal C. writer D. policeman 57. A. whether B. unless C. after D. if 58. A. adds B. tells C. repeats D. cries 59. A. before B. after C. so D. and 60. A. necessary B. all right C. important D. quite easy 第Ⅱ卷 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。 A sprained ankle is the most common ankle injury. Here 61. ________ (be) what to do to treat a sprained ankle to reduce pain and speed recovery. Rest the leg. The patient should stop the activity 62. ________ caused the injury. Help him / her to sit down and rest the ankle. Support it in 63. ________ raised position. Cool with ice. Cool the ankle to reduce pain. Ideally wrap a bag of ice or 64. ________ (freeze) peas in a cloth and place it on the ankle. Do not put ice straight onto the skin, as it will cause a cold burn. Leave the ice 65. ________ place for about 20 minutes. Apply pressure. Wrap a layer of soft padding, such as a roll of cotton wool, around the ankle. Apply pressure with a bandage to prevent it from 66. ________ (swell). This should extend from the toes to the knee. Elevate the ankle. Raise and support the ankle so that it is 67. ________ (high) than the hip. Advise the person 68. ________ (rest) the ankle. If you suspect serious injury, take the person to the hospital. Check circulation. Tie a bandage 69. ________ (tight), but make sure that it is not too tight. Press on a toenail until it 70. ________ (turn) white, then let go. The color should return quickly. If it does not return, the bandage is too tight; remove it and reapply. 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。
Hot days at school can be difficult. Here are some suggestion to help you keep cool. Some students like to play the soccer during lunch break. But on hot days, you should try avoid sports. Instead of run around the school grounds, try hanging out with your friends under the trees. On extreme hot days, try relaxing in the library during lunch break, reading a book or look through a magazine. You’ll soon discover that the library had really great air conditioning. During regular classes, the air conditioners help to keep me cool. But they don’t always work well. On that case, you should try finding a seat away from the windows, that will really help you to get out of the sun. 第二节:书面表达(满分25分) 假如你是李华。你的美国朋友Mike最近因学习压力大患上了轻度的焦虑症(anxiety disorders),写信向你求助。
请你用英文给他回一封信,就如何处理压力给他一些建议。
注意:词数120左右(信的开头已给出,但不计入总词数)。 Dear Mike, I am sorry to hear that you are suffering from anxiety disorders due to the great stress of studying. _____________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________ Best wishes, Li Hua 听力答案 1-5 BCACB 6-10 ABCBA 11-15 AABBB 16-20 CACCA 二 阅读理解 A篇
【解析】21--23 BCD 21.B. 细节理解题.A. visitors laugh at them(游客嘲笑他们);B. visitors take photos of them(游客给动物拍照);C. they live in dirty artificial surroundings(他们生活在肮脏的人工环境);D. they are hardly given enough food.(没有足够的食物给他们吃).根据文章中Cameras are forbidden, yet tourists still take pictures. They don't understand or care how much the flash terrifies the animals.(园中禁止拍照,但是游客还是拍了.他们不理解也不在意闪光灯对动物们的恐吓有多大)可知:ACD选项文章中没有提及,所以应选B. 22.C.归纳判断题.本段第一句 Animals are suffering in zoos(动物在动物园内很遭罪)为主题句.之后连续举例( giving examples):Many lions …elephants and giraffes…Some monkeys…Birds 等动物所遭受的苦难.所以应该选择C. 23 D.主旨大意题.根据文章中第一段最后一句but clearly the conditions in zoos must be improved.(但是动物园的条件必须加以改进)和文章最后一句By doing simple things such as donating $$5 to a project designed to stop zoo cruelty or increase the cage size, you can make a difference.(做些小事,比如捐5块钱给一个能阻止虐待动物或者扩大动物说话空间的项目,你就能有所作为.)可知:文章首尾呼应号召改善动物的生活环境,故选D. 在雨林中每天有35种动物灭绝,那么生活在动物园中的动物就是绝对的安全吗。文章叙述了动物园中的动物所遭受的虐待,号召有关方面切实改善动物园中动物的生活条件. 新闻广告类材料是热门考题.其文句简练,信息量大,句式使用简单,表达方式多样,但阅读这类题目也是有规律可循的. 1 .品位广告、新闻的标题,预测其内容. 阅读广告时,要注意广告中涉及的人物,物品,时间,数字,联系人及方式地址.阅读新闻时,要抓住新闻的特点即何时何处何人发生何事,其经过和结果怎样. 2 .要抓住书写广告的文体或图片,注意用大写、下划线等方式加以提示的文字. 3 .解题技巧 ①快速浏览广告、新闻,从标题中预测内容及涉及的类别. ②浏览问题,寻找答案.注意地点和时间的多样化造成的误选. ③复读材料,核实答案. B篇 (人际关系) 本文是议论文。
文章介绍了擅长人际沟通的女老板玛丽·戴维斯的闲聊经验。 24. B。细节理解题。由第二段的icebreakers ... leads to a conversation no matter what the answer可知,戴维斯认为寻找共同点是开始聊天最简单的办法,而她推荐的“打破僵局的话”无论答案肯定与否都可以顺利开启聊天模式。 25. C。推理判断题。
由第二段的sometimes she will just go up to someone, offer her hand, and say ... 可知,有时会直接上前向对方介绍自己的戴维斯认为这种方式是可以被接受的。 26. A。
推理判断题。
由第三段的This philosophy of making the other person the center of attention carries over to small talk可知,戴维斯认为让对方成为关注的焦点会使交谈更顺畅,故当对方一直在说他自己的事时,她会询问更多关于对方的事。 27. D。段落大意题。
由最后一段的Some reasons people might be shy about entering into a conversation可知,本段主要解释了人们不善于交谈的原因——缺乏信心 C篇28--31BCDA D篇 七选五
【解析】GEAFC 36.G.语境辨析题.根据后文The key is to consider what she would want most, and then make a special gift for her.可知关键是要考虑她最想要的是什么,然后为她做一个特别的礼物.G项:It can be difficult to decide how to celebrate Mother's Day.很难决定如何庆祝母亲节.符合语境,故选G. 37.E.段落理解题.根据本段首句Give a card.可知本段主要介绍了赠予卡片.E项:Decide whether you want to buy or make a card.决定你是想买一张卡片还是自己手工制作.符合文意,故选E. 38.A.小标题选择.根据后文Surprise your mom with breakfast - maybe even in bed.可知喂妈妈吃早餐,甚至在床上.A项:Cook for (or with) your mom.为你妈妈做饭.符合文意,故选A. 39.F.联系上文题.根据前文Plan the day's meals out in advance so that your mother doesn't have to cook at all that day if she doesn't want to.可知提前计划好一天的饭菜,如果你母亲不想吃的话,她就不必整天做饭了.F项:Even if she loves cooking, she might appreciate a day off.即使她喜欢做饭,她也可能喜欢休息一天.符合文意,故选F. 40.C.文章衔接题.根据后文Guide your mom around a museum, take a walk in a forest or park, or see whatever other sights your city has to offer.可知带妈妈参观博物馆,在森林或公园里散步,或者看看你所在城市的其他景点.C项:Pretend you're tourists in your own city.假装你是自己城市的游客.符合文意,故选 完型填空 41-45 ABABB 46-50 CADAC 51-55 DCBAA 56-60 CDAAB 语法填空 61. is 62. which / that 63. a 64. frozen 65. in 66. swelling 67. higher 68. to rest 69. tightly 70. turns 短文改错: 71. ... some suggestion to ... suggestion → suggestions 72. ... play the soccer ... 去掉the 73. ... try avoid sports. try后加to 74. Instead of run around ... run → running 75. On extreme hot ... extreme → extremely 76. ... or look through ... look → looking 77. ... the library had really ... had → has 78. ... keep me cool. me → you 79. On that case ... On → In 80. ... that will really help ... that → which One possible version: Dear Mike, I am sorry to hear that you are suffering from anxiety disorders due to the great stress of studying. Here I would like to give you some suggestions about dealing with your stress. First, you ought to learn to study hard as well as relax if necessary. As an old saying goes, all work and no play makes Jack a dull boy. When tired, you can go walking or do some sports with your classmates. Secondly, as is well known, stress is to us what water is to fish, but do not give yourself too much stress or you may feel frustrated and tired, which is bad for your health. Thirdly, I think it would be beneficial if you could share some of your inner emotions with your friends, parents or teachers. I hope you will find these suggestions helpful. Best wishes, Li Hua 海南初中试题英语答案。
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