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最新英语周报高一英语上学期月考卷一(A卷)Word 带答案修改

高一英语上学期月考卷一(A卷)

第二部分:英语知识运用(共两节,满分45分)

31. —the address before you forget it. —Okay, but I have to find my pen first.

A. Set down

B. Add up

C. Join in

D. Pack up

32. I am not fond of pop music, because I often have trouble the words.

A. understand

B. to understand

C. understanding

D. understood

33. Though it was snowing hard and he didn’t feel well that morning, he got up early and went to

work .

A. on purpose

B. as usual

C. ever since

D. by chance

34. Bruce does not like playing football; .

A. nor does his brother Bob

B. so does his brother Bob

C. nor his brother Bob does

D. so his brother Bob does

35. Sorry I can’t come to your birthday party, Amy. I to the airport to see off my uncle

this evening.

A. am about to go

B. have gone

C. am going

D. would go

第二节:完形填空(共20小题;每小题1.5分;满分30分)

阅读下面短从短文,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。

Once a gentleman was travelling on a train. He felt 36 and got off at a station in search of water. When he reached the water tap (水龙头), the 37 started. He ran back but 38 it.

It was getting 39 and he decided to spend the night at the station. The next morning he asked the ticket office about the next train and was told it would be on the next 40 . So he decided to find a place for a day’s 41 . He went to the nearby hotel to ask for a room but found 42 .

At last he 43 a small house. He asked the 44 whether he could stay in his house for a day. The owner immediately 45 , then served him food and gave him a room to stay. 46 he did not ask anything in return (作为回报).

At seven, the gentleman heard a 47 at the door. The owner opened the door. The gentleman saw a man dressed in 48 clothes enter the house and 49 the owner to pay his debts (债务).

The gentleman came to know that the owner was in need of 50 . The next morning he left a pack in the drawer of the room and 51 .When the owner found the pack, he saw that there was a 52 written to him, which read: “You 53 me but did not expect anything from me. Yesterday evening I heard the 54 between you and the stranger and 55 that you were in need of money. This is what you need.”

36. A. sleepy B. thirsty C. hungry D. tired

37. A. passenger B. officer C. tap D. train

38. A. caught B. lost C. missed D. passed

39. A. dark B. cold C. hot D. bright

40. A. week B. month C. hour D. day

41. A. work B. stay C. fun D. travel

42. A. one B. nobody C. none D. lots

43. A. built B. repaired C. enjoyed D. reached

44. A. owner B. manager C. driver D. guest

45. A. accepted B. changed C. agreed D. refused

46. A. So B. But C. Because D. Unless

47. A. knock B. sound C. noise D. call

48. A. cheap B. strange C. expensive D. dirty

49. A. invited B. hated C. asked D. promised

50. A. advice B. money C. time D. water

51. A. stayed up B. came up C. gave in D. went away

52. A. note B. story C. diary D. joke

53. A. cheated B. supported C. helped D. understood

54. A. quarrel B. conversation C. bargain D. discussion

55. A. planned B. explained C. hoped D. learned

脱口而出考试题

Once a gentleman was travelling on a train. He felt 36 and got off at a station in search of water. When he reached the water tap (水龙头), the 37 started. He ran back but 38 it.

It was getting 39 and he decided to spend the night at the station. The next morning he asked the ticket office about the next train and was told it would be on the next 40 . So he decided to find a place for a day’s 41 . He went to the nearby hotel to ask for a room but found 42 .

At last he 43 a small house. He asked the 44 whether he could stay in his house for a day. The owner immediately 45 , then served him food and gave him a room to stay. 46 he did not ask anything in return (作为回报).

At seven, the gentleman heard a 47 at the door. The owner opened the door. The gentleman saw a man dressed in 48 clothes enter the house and 49 the owner to pay his debts (债务).

The gentleman came to know that the owner was in need of 50 . The next morning he left a pack in the drawer of the room and 51 .When the owner found the pack, he saw that there was a 52 written to him, which read: “You 53 me but did not expect anything from me. Yesterday evening I heard the 54 between you and the stranger and 55 that you were in need of money. This is what you need.”

第三部分: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)

阅读下面短从短文,从每题所给的四个选项(A、B、C和D)中,选出最佳选项。

A

I am lucky. I went to great schools, and I had good teachers throughout my life. Of all the great teachers I had, my favorite was Darlene McCambell.

Mrs. McCampbell was my high school teacher at Chicago Laboratory School, and she still teaches there today. She taught me how to be a better student. In Mrs. McCambell’s class, I wasn’t just taught about spelling and grammar, I was encouraged to have something to say. I was free to share my ideas and opinions, without fearing judgment. She always provided support and expressed a strong belief (信心) in her students’potential (潜力). There was never talk of limits (限制) or what we couldn’t do.

Her belief and support came with demanding (苛求的,要求高的) course work. She made it clear that in her class, expectations were high. She asked a lot of us, and in turn asked a lot of herself. Often, there was more red than blue on our papers. She put in a lot of hard work and late nights.

I would not be where I am today if it weren’t for teachers like Darlene McCampbell. Knowing that there are great teachers like her across the country encourages me. They teach us to show up, play a part in activities and work hard. They encourage us to set goals and achieve great things. They are helpful and very important to a student’s future and to the future of education in this country. They are my heroes. On this special day, I sincerely thank them.

56. We can infer that Mrs. McCampbell is .

A. a history teacher

B. a language teacher

C. a physics teacher

D. a chemical teacher

57. In Mrs. McCampbell’s class, students .

A. could express themselves freely

B. could often get a high scores

C. were told not to talk about others.

D. were told not to go against school rules

58. What does the underlined word “demanding” in Para. 3 mean?

A. Difficult.

B. Interesting.

C. Strange.

D. Simple.

59. When was this passage written most probably?

A. On Women’s Day.

B. On New Year’s Day.

C. On Teachers’ Day.

D. On Children’s Day.

B

Do you ever wish you were thin as a model or as strong as your favorite football player? Maybe you wish you were taller or just shaped a little differently. Those thoughts are a natural part of growing up.

But learning what you can and can’t change about your body is part of growing up, too. It can be hard to accept. But when people accept the way they look, they also feel happier.

Some kids are upset that they’re not growing and developing as fast as their friends. This can be a confusing(令人困惑的) time in your life. It’s important to know that puberty(青春期) doesn’t happen at the same time for every kid. And there aren’t any magic medicines or special experiences that can rush it along.

Eating healthy foods and being physically active can make all kids feel better about their bodies. Why? Because eating healthy foods will help you feel energized(有能量的) and keep your body working just the way it should.

Watching TV and playing computer games can be fun, but it doesn’t do much for your body because your body stays still. Those are called sedentary activities because you sit while you do them.

But when you move your body — by playing, dancing, taking part in sports, or even cleaning your room — you exercise your muscles (肌肉). When you exercise a muscles, it gets stronger. And when you have strong muscles, you can do whatever you want to do.

Kids (and grown-ups!) feel better about their bodies when they feel strong and know that their bodies can do whatever they want them to do. So climb a hill, jump rope, ride a bike, swim in

a pool, run up the stairs, or even do the hula — and enjoy all your body can do!

60. According to the author, we can feel happier about our body by .

A. become as thin as a model

B. being as strong as a football player

C. being shaped a little differently

D. accepting the way we look

61. The underlined word “sedentary” in Para. 5 probably means .

A. boring

B. interesting

C. not moving

D. not useful

62. In the last paragraph, the author advises kids to .

A. be confident in their body

B. take exercise to keep strong

C. enjoy themselves all the time

D. try as many as sports

63. Which of the following opinions does the author disagree with?

A. The thought of wanting to change one’s body is natural.

B. There is no magic way to change one’s body quickly.

C. Eating healthily can help kids grow as fast as their friends.

D. Physical activities can make kids feel better about themselves.

Findley Lake, New York is a small beautiful village that sells itself as a holiday place for all seasons. The Findley Lake Area Chamber of Commerce (商会) supports a number of events all the year round that begin in March. At Findley Lake during the summer, there is boating, fishing and water sport activities. You can watch a boat parade (游行) and a fireworks display (烟火表演) at the Findley Lake 4th of July boat parade. The “Harvest Festival”and October’s Autumn at the Lake”show that fall season is around the corner. In November, Findley Lake’s “Christmas through the Village” starts off the holiday shopping season.

Shopping at Findley Lake is a wonderful experience. It is easy to walk along Main Street and visit all the shops. There are over twenty shops that sell different kinds of gifts. Some of the special shops are the candle making factory, the year-round Christmas shop, and the Victorian shop.

At the center of Findley Lake is the Blue Heron Inn which is a pleasant place to stay in. Breakfasts, lunches and dinners are open to the public and the meals are delicious. Dine outside on the porch (门廊) looking down the lake or inside the comfortable dining rooms. Take time to shop at their store, Nostalgia, for unique (独一无二的) items. As you walk around town, you can see a working waterwheel. If you have an interest in history, stop and visit the World War II Museum as well.

The Village of Findley Lake offers something for everyone. It is a fantastic way to spend an afternoon. With year-round shopping and delicious dining at the Blue Heron Inn while looking down at the beautiful view of the lake, it is sure to please the visitors to this attractive village.

64. When can you see a fireworks display in Findley Lake?

A. In spring.

B. In summer.

C. In autumn.

D. In winter.

65. The author mentions the activities in Para. I mainly to show .

A. The wonderful sights in Findley Lake

B. Findley Lake is a good place to hold kinds of activities

C. the holiday shopping season in Findley Lake

D. Findley Lake is a good place for tourists to travel at any time

66. Which of the following is TRUE about Main Street?

A. It is famous for its different buildings.

B. It is well known for its beautiful sights.

C. It is full of gift shops.

D. It is always lifeless.

67. From the passage we know Nostalgia .

A. is a World War II museum.

B. sells special goods

C. serves delicious local foods

D. provides comfortable rooms

D

“Peter Buffett has given us a wise and inspiring(受启发的) book that should be required reading for every person who wants to find his or her place in the world, and for every family hoping to give its daughters and sons the best possible start in life.”

President Bill Clinton “Life Is What You Make It shows Peter’s spirit and values beautifully. As parents, it’s the kind of dialogue about our life’s purpose and opportunity we’re having with our children.

We will have everyone in our family read and discuss Life Is What You Make It.

Bill & Melinda Gates

“Peter Buffett thinks deeply how to make a meaningful(富有意义的) life while making a living. Life Is What You Make It is a kind of book that sets readers thinking; it is worth reading.

Ted Turner “Life Is What You Make It is the best book about commonsense (常识) —except it isn’t common. Buffett has the power to be believed when he tells us how to find a unique self by doing what we love. I can’t imagine anyone who wouldn’t benefit from (得益于) this spirited, wise, and friendly book.”

Gloria Gloria Steinem “In his searching book, Life Is What You Make It, Peter Buffett tells us all how to deal

with the relation between ambition (志向) and service, personal goal sand work for the

common good. It is a book of value and honesty.

Eve Ensler, author of The V agina Monologues

68. What is this passage mainly about?

A. Some readers’ opinions on a book

B. Some readers’ opinions on a writer.

C. Introductions to a famous bestseller.

D. Introductions to some famous people.

69. Who thinks Life Is What You Make It is written for the young?

A. Bill Clinton.

B. Eve Ensler.

C. Ted Turner.

D. Gloria Steinem.

70. Life Is What You Make It probably does NOT discuss .

A. finding your position

B. trying to be yourself.

C. How to live a meaningful life

D. How to become rich by yourself

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空白处的最佳选项。选项中有两项为多余选项。

Life is about going for things. And when we do, rejection(拒绝) is always possible. Rejection affects or hurts us all. 71. D In fact, people who become too afraid of rejection might give up going after something they want. So the better we get at dealing with rejection, the less it affects us. Here are some ideas.

Be honest. If you get rejected, don’t try to show it’s not painful. Now, move on to name what you’re feeling. If you want, tell someone else what happened and how you feel about it. 72. F Be positive (积极的). When you’re dealing with rejection, it’s easy to get into feeling bad.

73. B Avoid talking or thinking about it all the time.

Examine your thoughts. 74. C Consider how you’re explaining the rejection to yourself. When you give yourself an explanation, be careful to follow the facts. If you start blaming(责备) yourself for the rejection, you might start believing you’ll always be rejected. Rejection can make you feel very sad. But remember it’s not the end of the world.

75. A A rejection is a chance to consider if there are things we can work on. It’s OK to think about whether there’s room for improvement or if your goals were higher than your skills. A. Use rejection to your advantage. B. So accept how you feel.

C. Now try to examine what you think.

D. But it’s impossible to avoid it.

E. Think about what you’re good at.

F. Pick someone who will listen to and support you.

G. Sometimes things happen for reasons we don’t always understand.

第四部分:写作(共两节,满分35分)

第一节:短文改错(共l0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例;2.只允许修改10处,多者(从第11处起)不计分。

I have a brother named Henry, who is one of the top student in his class. Henry goes to

students

school by a bus with his friend Jim every day. Yesterday they were all on the way to school as

by → on 或去掉a all → both

usually. On the bus, Jim caught the man reaching into a girl’s pocket. “The man wanted to steal usually → usual the → a wanted → wants

the girl’s things. Let’s tell her.”“No,” said Henry. He immediately walked the man and said,

walked 后加to

“Hey, Uncle!Are there anything wrong with your eyes? Your pocket is here, so you are reaching Are → Is so → but

into the girl’s.” After the man got off the bus, everyone on the bus praised Henry for what he had been done.

去掉been

第二节:书面表达(满分25分)

假如你是李华,是一名学生会干部。你校最近将组织一次秋游活动,请你根据下表内容写一封100词左右的邀请函给外教Jimmy,欢迎他参加这次活动。

最新英语周报高一英语上学期月考卷一(A卷)Word 带答案修改

Dear Jimmy,

Our school will organize an autumn-outing at Pear Orchard Square on September 18, 2011 (Sunday). Both teachers and students of Senior 1 will be welcome to come on the trip. Lots of activities can be held, such as having a picnic, flying kites, taking photos, and so on. If you are willing to take part in the outing, all of us will be very pleased. It surely will be a good time for us to relax and enjoy ourselves.

Looking forward to seeing you at the Square.

Yours sincerely

Li Hua