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2019-2020学年四川省成都实验中学高一下学期期末考试英语模拟试题(一)word版有答案(已审阅)

成都实验中学高一下学期期末考试模拟试题(一)

英语

本试卷分第I卷(选择题)和第II卷(非选择题)两部分。满分150分。考试用时120分钟,考生作答时,将答案答在答题卡上,在本试卷上答题无效。

第Ⅰ卷(选择题,共100分)

第一部分听力(共两节,满分30分)

做题时,先将答案划在试卷上。录音内容结束后,你将有两分钟的时间将试卷上的答案转涂到答题卡上。

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 is the woman going to do?

A. Buy a car

B. Draw some money

C. Pick up her grandma

2. What does the woman need to buy for skiing?

A. Gloves

B. Sunglasses

C. A scarf

3. When is the man going to get married?

A. On July 30th

B. On June 30th

C. On May 3rd.

4. What does the man think of the studio apartment?

A. It is old.

B. It is small.

C. It is expensive.

5. Why does the man have much coffee?

A. He is sleepy.

B. He is thirsty.

C. He is addicted.

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、7题。

6. What are the speakers mainly talking about?

A. A teacher.

B. An outing.

C. A photo.

7. What does the girl say about her English teacher?

A. She wears glasses.

B. She is not strict.

C. She is popular.

听第7段材料,回答第8、9题。

8. What does the woman want the man to-do?

A. Teach her to use the phone.

B. Help her with her work.

C. Lend her his phone.

9. What is the relationship between the speakers?

A. Husband and wife.

B. Co-workers.

C. Salesman and customer.

听第8段材料,回答第10至12题。

10. How much is the adult ticket for the photography exhibitions only?

A. £10

B.£5

C.£6

11. Where is the Hillside Gallery?

A. On Gardenia Road.

B. Beside the Town Square.

C. On Flower Street.

12. How will the woman go to the gallery?

A. By bus.

B. By subway.

C. By car.

听第9段材料,回答第13至16题。

13. Where did the woman get her information about “smart” cars?

A. From a magazine article.

B. From a TV program.

C. From a newspaper report.

14. What is the purpose of the voice on “smart” cars?

A. To warn die driver of dangers.

B. To explain traffic rules.

C. To give directions.

15. What does the man imply about his brother?

A. He owns a “smart” car.

B. He has a good sense of direction.

C. He doesn’t know the way to the woman’s house?

16. Why was the man delayed on his way to the woman’s house?

A. He ran out of gas.

B. He got lost.

C. He met with an accident.

听第10段材料,回答第17至20题。

17. Where did Gandhi (甘地) study law?

A. In Porbandar.

B. In Bombay.

C. In London.

18. What was Gandhi’s dream before 1947?

A. Living in South Africa.

B. Becoming the leader of a political party.

C. Gaining India’s independence.

19. What can we learn about Gandhi?

A. He never followed other politicians’ methods in his fight.

B. He once fought for black people’s rights in South Africa.

C. He didn’t fight for Indian people’s rights until returning to India.

20. What makes Gandhi remain an inspiration to people?

A. His dream of freedom.

B. His strong beliefs.

C. His political power.

【答案】1-5BBCBA 6-10CCABC 11-15ABACB 16-20ACCAB

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。

A

Are you a fan of social media(媒体)?Well,you must know this news: There are some hot social media dogs who probably have way more followers than you. Here are some of them.

Boo

Boo has been called the “World’s Cutest Dog”and has over 17 million fans on the social networking website Facebook alone. The Pomeranian has appeared on the TV program “Good Morning America "lots of times. There are Boo toys, Boo notebooks and other things for sale in stores. You can also find Boo on social networking websites Twitter and Instagram.

Monty

Monty is a dog with a lot to say, usually through several messages on Twitter per day. Monty, a shepherd dog, discusses how his owner treats him badly with things like baths, and notes interesting things he sees on walks in the country( like dead sheep). At just under 4,000 Twitter followers, he isn't the dog with the largest following, but Monty is one very active social media dog. Sutter and Colusa "Lucy"Brown

These dogs aren’t just social media dogs---they are actually"government officials". The dogs belong to California governor Edmund G. Brown, Jr. and his wife. Sutter, a Pembroke Welsh corgi, is the “first dog ”and Lucy,a “ borgie” is the “deputy(代理) first dog” of California. Lucy and Sutter Brown have over 16,000 Facebook fans.

Tuna

Tuna is a “chiweenie”---a mix between a Chihuahua and a Dachshund---who was rescued (解救)after he was left on the side of the road. His new mom not only fell in love with him and decided to keep him forever, she also turned the little dog into a popular dog on Instagram. Tuna has 1.6 million Instagram followers.

21. Which dog can you see on a notebook?

A. Boo

B. Monty

C. Sutter

D. Tuna

22. In what way are Sutter and Lucy special?

A. They are lovely.

B. They are active.

C. They are treated very badly.

D. They are connected to the government.

23. What do we know about Tuna’s early life?

A. It was sad.

B. It was happy.

C. It was boring.

D. It was interesting.

【答案】21—23 ADA

B

It is good to get in touch with your inner child from time to time,and obviously some people are willing to pay big money for the chance to do so in a proper environment.A Brooklyn-based adult preschool is charging customers between $333 and $999 for the chance to act like a kid again.At Preschool Mastermind in New York adults get to participate in show—and—tell,arts—and—crafts such as finger paint,games like musical chairs and even take naps.The month-long course also has class picture day where the adults are expected to have a field trip and a parent day.

30-year-old Michelle Joni Lapidos,the brain behind the adult preschool,studied childhood education and has always wanted to be a preschool teacher.She’s always on the lookout for new ways to get people in touch with the freedom of childhood.A friend encouraged her to start the mastermind course instead.

According to Candice,her blogger friend,Preschool Mastermind gives adults a chance to relearn and master the things that they failed to understand as children.“I realized all the

significances of what we learn in preschool,”said founder Michelle Joni,“People come here and get in touch with their inner child.It’s magical.We are bringing ourselves back to another place,another time with ourselves when we are more believing in ourselves,more confident and ready to take on the world.”

“One person’s here because they want to learn not to be so serious.”Michelle said.“Another's here to learn to be more confident.”She explained that most of the classes were planned.However,Joni added that while the planned activities were fun,it was often the spontaneous(自发的)moments that attracted students.“It’s the things you don’t plan for,the sharing between friends and learning from each other.’’

24. What is the purpose of Preschool Mastermind?

A. To give adults a chance to return to childhood.

B. To help parents understand their children better.

C. To provide practical training courses for teachers.

D. To introduce some ways of playing with children.

25. What is mainly discussed about Preschool Mastermind in Paragraph 2 ?

A. Its customers.

B. Its activities.

C. Its environment.

D. Its schedule

26. According to Candice,people come to this program to________.

A. enjoy freedom of thinking

B. realize their childhood dreams

C. discover their inner abilities

D. figure out childhood puzzles

27. What do we know about Michelle Joni?

A. She used to be a preschool teacher.

B. She likes to make plans in advance.

C. She founded Preschool Mastermind.

D. She gained confidence by sharing.

【答案】24—27 ABDC

C

If you watch wolves, it’s hard to escape the conclusion that perhaps no two species are more alike behaviorally than wolves and humans. Living as we do in families, we can easily recognize the social structures and status search in wolf packs. No wonder Native Americans recognized in wolves a sibling (兄弟姐妹) spirit. And no wonder human males often face pressure to measure up as alpha males—to “wolf up,”as it were. The term alpha male indicates a man who at every moment shows that he’s in control in the home and who can become aggressive (好斗的).

This alpha male stereotype comes from a misunderstanding of the real thing. By observing wolves in free-living packs in Yellowstone National Park, I’ve seen that the leadership of the alpha male is not forced, and not aggressive to those on his team. “The main characteristic of an alpha male wolf,”the experienced wolf researcher Rick McIntyre told me as we were watching gray wolves, “is a quiet confidence. You know what you need to do; you know what’s best for your pack. You lead by example. You’re very comfortable with that. You have a calming effect.”

The point is, alpha males are not aggressive. They don’t need to be. “Think of an emotionally secure man or a great champion. Whatever he needed to prove is already proven,” he said.

There is an evolutionary logic to it. “Imagine two wolf packs, or two human groups,”McIntyre said. “Which is more likely to survive and reproduce: the onewhose members are more cooperative, more sharing, less violent (暴力的) with one another, or the group whose members are beating each other up and competing with one another?”

Thus, an alpha male may be a major player in a successful hunt, but after the takedown of the prey (猎物), he may step away and sleep until his pack has eaten and is full.

McIntyre has spent 20years watching and studying wolves in Yellowstone for the National

Park Service. He rises early, uses radio telemetry (遥感勘测) to locate a pack through a radio-collared pack member, then heads out with his spotting scope (观测镜) to observe the animals, keeping careful notes of their activities.

In all that time, he has rarely seen an alpha male act aggressively toward the pack’s other members. They are his family—his mate, offspring (both biological and adopted), and maybe a sibling.

This does not mean that alpha males are not aggressive when they need to be. One famous wolf in Yellowstone whose radio collar number, M21, became his name, was considered a “super wolf” by the people who closely observed his life. He was fierce (凶猛的) in defense of family and clearly never lost a fight with a male wolf. Within his own pack, one of his favorite things was to play with little pups (幼兽).

“And what he really loved to do was to pretend to lose. He just got fun from it,” McIntyre said.

One year, a pup was a bit sickly. The other pups seemed to be afraid of him and wouldn’tplay with him. Once, after delivering food for the small pups, M21 stood looking around for something. Soon he started wagging (摇摆) his tail. He’d been looking for the sickly little pup, and he went over just to play with him for a while.

Of all McIntyre’s stories about the super wolf, that’s his favorite. Strength impresses us. But kindness is what we remember best.

Biologists used to consider the alpha male the big boss. But now they recognize two systems at work in wolf packs—one for the males, the other for the females.

Doug Smith, the biologist who is the project leader for the Yellowstone Gray Wolf Restoration

Project, said the females “do most of the decision making” for the pack, including where to travel, when to rest, and when to hunt. The matriarch’s (女族长的) personality can influence the whole pack, Smith said. Or, as McIntyre put it: “It’s the alpha female who really takes control of the pack.”

Clearly, our alpha male stereotype should be shaken off. Men can learn a thing or two from real wolves: less soar, more quiet confidence, leading by example, faithful devotion in the care and defense of families, respect for females, and a sharing of responsibilities. That’s really what wolfing up should mean.

28. What does the underlined “alpha male stereotype” in paragraph 2 refer to?

A. That wolves have a sibling spirit.

B. That alpha males are aggressive and in control at home.

C. That humans face pressure to be alpha males.

D. That wolves and humansare alike.

29. Why is the example of M21 mentioned?

A. To prove alpha males are tough if necessary.

B. To compare it with other super wolves.

C. To illustrate that it is McIntyre’s favorite.

D. To show how the research was carried out.

30. Which of the following images most resembles a real alpha male?

A. A strict father who never smiles at his children.

B. A father who does most of the decision making.

C. A general who never loses a battle in defense of his country.

D. A powerful executive shouting at a board meeting.

31. The best title of the passage should be ________.

A. Wolf families

B. The matriarch

C. Supreme bosses

D. Alpha males 【答案】28—31 BACD

D

Too much TV-watching can harm children's ability to learn and even reduce their chances of getting a college degree,new studies suggest in the latest effort to examine the effects of television on children.

One of the studies looked at nearly 400 northern California third-graders.Those with TVs in their bedrooms scored about eight points lower on maths and language arts tests than children without bedroom TVs.

A second study,looking at nearly 1,000 grown-ups in New Zealand,found lower education levels among 26-year-olds who had watched lots of TV during childhood.But the results don't prove that TV is the cause and don't rule out(排除) that already poorly motivated(刺激;激发) youngsters may watch lots of TV.

Their study measured the TV habits of 26-year-olds between ages 5 and 15.Those with college degrees had watched an average of less than two hours of TV per weeknight during childhood,compared with an average of more than 2.5 hours for those who had no education beyond high school.

In the California study,children with TVs in their rooms but no computer at home scored the lowest,while those with no bedroom TV but who had home computers scored the highest.

While this study does not prove that bedroom TV sets caused the lower scores,it adds to accumulating (积累;积聚) findings that children shouldn't have TVs in their bedrooms. 32.According to the California study,the low-scoring group might________.

A.have watched a lot of TV

B.not be interested in maths

C.be unable to go to college

D.have had computers in their bedrooms

33.What is the researchers' understanding of the New Zealand study results?

A.Poorly motivated 26-year-olds watch more TV.

B.Habits of TV-watching reduce learning interest.

C.TV-watching leads to lower education levels of the 15-year-olds.

D.The connection between TV and education levels is difficult to explain.

34.What can we learn from the last two paragraphs?

A.More time should be spent on computers.

B.Children should be forbidden from watching TV.

C.TV sets shouldn't be allowed in children's bedrooms.

D.Further studies on high-achieving students should be done.

35.What would be the best title for this text?

A.Computers or television

B.Effects of television on children

C.Studies on TV and college education

D.Television and children's learning habits

【答案】32—35 ADCB

第二节(共5小题;每小题2分,满分l0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。

Eyesight plays a very important role in our daily life. Every waking moment, the eyes are working to see the world around us. Over forty percent of Americans worry about losing eyesight, but it's easy to include steps into our daily life to ensure healthy eyes. Here are five suggestions for

a lifetime of healthy eyesight:

◆Schedule yearly exams. 36 Experts advise parents to bring babies 6 to 12 months of age to the doctor for a careful check. The good news is that millions of children now can have yearly eye exams and following treatment, including eyeglasses.

◆Protect against UV rays(紫外线). Long-term stay in the sun creates risk to your eyes. No matter what the season is, it's extremely important to wear sunglasses. 37

◆Give your eyes a break. Two thirds of Americans spend up to seven hours a day using computers or other digital products. 38 Experts recommend that people practice the 20/20/20 rule: every 20 minutes, take a 20-second break and look at something 20 feet away.

◆39 As part of a healthy diet, eat more fruits and vegetables each day. Vitamins (维生素) C and E help protect eyesight and promote eye health.

◆Practice safe wear and care of contact lenses(隐形眼镜). Many Americans use contact lenses to improve their eyesight. While some follow the medical guidance for wearing contact lenses, many are breaking the rules and putting their eyesight at risk. 40 Otherwise, you may have problems such as red eyes, pain in the eyes, or a more serious condition.

A. Eat your greens.

B. Eye care should begin early in life.

C. They can properly protect your eyes.

D. Stay in good shape by taking more vitamins.

E. Parents usually don’t care about their own eyesight.

F. Always follow the doctor's advice for appropriate wear.

G. This frequent eye activity increases the risk for eye tiredness.

【答案】36—40BCGAF

第三部分英语知识运用(共两节,满分45分)

第一节完形填空(共20小题;每题1.5分,满分30分)

阅读下面短文,掌握其大意。然后从36-55各题所给的选项中,选出最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。

If your father never says to you “I love you” when you are a child, it 41 to be more and more difficult for him to say the words as he grows 42 .

I do not 43 hearing the words from my father when I was growing up. 44 , I could not recall(回忆) when I had 45 said those words to him either.

One day, I decided to 46 the ice and make the first 47 . So in our next phone conversation I gathered all my 48 and let out the words in a low voice, “Dad…I love you!”

There was a 49 at the other end and he awkwardly 50_, “Well, same back at you!”

I was unexpectedly51 and my voice was raised, “Dad, I know you love me, and I know when you are ready, you will say what you want to say.”

Fifteen minutes later my mother called and 52 asked, “Paul, is everything okay?”

A few weeks later, Dad53our phone conversation with the words, “Paul, I love you.”I was so moved that tears were rolling down my cheeks as I finally “54”the love.

As I sat there in tears I realized that this 55 moment had taken our father-and-son relationship to a new 56 .Shortly afterwards, my father narrowly 57 death following heart surgery(外科手术). Many times _58 , I have 59 if I had not taken the first step and Dad not 60 the surgery, I would have never “heard”the love.

41.A.works out B.breaks out C.comes out D.turns out

42.A.wiser B.busier C.weaker D.older

43.A.remember B.enjoy C.mind D.regret

44.A.Truthfully B.Fortunately C.Naturally D.Obviously

45.A.only B.last C.once D.first

46. A.melt B.break C.strike D.build

47. A.complaint B.promise C.move D.impression

48. A.strength B.ideas C.words D.attention

49. A.sigh B.silence C.voice D.cry

50. A.refused B.shouted C.replied D.explained

51. A.touched B.frightened C.shocked D.annoyed

52. A.excitedly B.nervously C.willingly D.sadly

53. A.continued B.checked C.ended D.interrupted

54. A.accepted B.expected C.learned D.heard

55. A.quiet B.difficult C.special D.different

56. A.level B.idea C.world D.end

57. A.managed B.escaped C.avoided D.faced

58. A.then B.ago C.before D.since

59. A.realized B.found C.doubted D.wondered

60. A.challenged B.experienced C.survived D.received

【答案】41-45 DDAAC 46-50 BCABC 51-55 ABCDC 56-60 ABDDC

第Ⅱ卷(共50分)

第三部分英语知识运用

第二节语法填空(共10小题;每小题1.5分,满分15分)

What do you read when you travelling by train? What about other passengers? Perhaps a woman ____61____(sit) near you is reading a romantic novel. A man is reading a serious biography about a politician. And there’s a student reading an English textbook.

What do their___62___(choice) say about them? Do you judge them by ____63____they reading? I have to tell you that your impressions of them may be ____64____(complete) wrong. The woman reading the romantic novel could be a ____65____(law). She just wants a light read to take her mind off work. The man reading the biography wants you___66___(consider) him knowledgeable, and he is just ____67____(show)off. The student reading the textbook isn’t a student at all. She’s an English teacher.

Publishers know people are ___68___ (concern)about what they read on public transport and put out different versions (版本) of a cover For example, books about Harry Potter have an

____69____ (interest)cover for young readers and then another more serious version for adults.

So next time you see what other people are reading on a train don't jump to any conclusions.

Here is a situation ____70____ you could say, "Don't judge a book by its cover.”

【答案】61. sitting 62. choices 63. what 64. completely 65. lawyer

66. to consider 67. showing 68. concerned 69. interesting 70. where

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) (注意:在试题卷上作答无效) 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。

Last Tuesday, our class was invited an old craftsman to teach us what to make dough figurines(面团人). When the craftsman came into the classroom, we gave him a warmly welcome and two boys helped him for the tool box. First, he showed us the basic steps and skills of make dough figurines. We stood around her and watched attentively. Then we started to have try ourselves. The old man walked around and helped us impatiently. Finally, we put the figurines what we made on the table and took pictures with the old craftsman. Looking at the figurines, we were all very excited.

We hope we can have more activity of this kind!

【答案】:

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第二节书面表达(满分25分)

假设你是李华,你的英国笔友Jack对你居住的北京感兴趣,尤其是古迹。请给他写一封电子邮件,介绍北京的基本情况,内容包括:

1.北京城是著名古都;

2.存有大量历史文化遗迹(介绍3个以上);

3.游客众多。

注意:1.可以适当增加细节,以使行文连贯;

2.词数100左右。

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