文档库

最新最全的文档下载
当前位置:文档库 > 四川省南充高中2020-2021学年高一新生入学基础能力测试英语试题含答案

四川省南充高中2020-2021学年高一新生入学基础能力测试英语试题含答案

南充高中高2020级新生入学基础能力测试英语试题

时间:120分钟总分:150分

第Ⅰ卷 (选择题共100分)

注意事项:

1. 答卷前,考生务必将自己的姓名、准考证号填写在答题卡上。

2.回答选择题时,选出每小题答案后,用铅笔把答题卡上对应题目的答案标号涂黑。如需改动,用橡皮擦干净后,再选涂其他答案标号。回答非选择题时,将答案写在答题卡上,写在本试卷上无效。

3.考试结束后,将答题卡交回。

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)

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 do we know about the man?

A. He wants to read more books.

B. He gets high marks at school.

C. He doesn’t agree with the woman.

2. Who is the man?

A. The woman's husband.

B. The woman's boss.

C. A policeman.

3. Where is the bus station?

A. It's near the post office.

B. It’s two blocks down the street.

C. It’s on the right side of the street.

4. To whom is the woman probably speaking?

A. A salesman.

B. A manager.

C. A repairman.

5. What is the woman’s advantage to do the job?

A. She has a lot of kids.

B. She has work experience.

C. She is strong enough for the job.

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。

听下面一段对话,回答第6 和第7 题。

6. What are the speakers going to decorate?

A. A Christmas tree.

B. Their home.

C. A school hall.

7. Where does the man suggest placing the Christmas tree?

A. Far from the entrance.

B. On the left of the entrance.

C. On the right of the entrance.

听下面一段对话,回答第8 至第10 题

8. Why does the woman talk to the man?

A. To change seats with him.

B. To make friends with him.

C. To ask him to make way for her.

9. What does the man want the woman to do?

A. Lend him her CD.

B. Lend him a newspaper.

C. Give him a piece of gum.

10. Where does the conversation take place?

A. On a plane.

B. On a train.

C. At an airport.

听下面一段对话,回答第11 至第13 题。

11. What is wrong with Dick?

A. He watches TV while eating

B. He has serious heart disease.

C. He eats too much junk food.

12. What does the man think of advertisement?

A. They don’t have any effect on people.

B. They gradually change people’s attitude.

C. They can change people’s attitude overnight.

13. What are the speakers going to do?

A. Stop their son watching TV.

B. Tell their son to eat what he watches.

C. Inform their son of his potential health problem.

听下面一段对话,回答第14 至第17 题

14. What are the speakers mainly talking about?

A. A big family.

B. A long trip.

C. A holiday plan.

15. How will the woman travel?

A. By plane.

B. By train.

C. By car.

16. Where does Tom live?

A. On the West Coast.

B. On the East Coast.

C. In Montreal.

17. What can we learn from the conversation?

A. The woman likes going home.

B. The man lives far from his parents.

C. The woman failed to get a flight ticket.

听下面一段独白,回答第18 至第20 题。

18. What can we learn from the speaker?

A. Kissing is good manners in the US.

B. Kissing is forbidden in the US schools.

C. There are rules for kissing in the US.

19. What is the relationship between the boy and the girl?

A. Classmates.

B. Strangers.

C. Brother and sister.

20. Why was the boy punished?

A. He broke the American law.

B. He broke the school rules.

C. He broke his family rules.

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A、B、C和D四个选项中,选出最佳选项。

A

March brings the start of more pleasant temperatures around the world. Here are four of the best places to visit in March as you consider your travel list:

Buenos Aires

Buenos Aires is just entering fall in March, and you can expect warm days and cool nights with a high of 26°C and a low of 18°C. Buenos Aires has welcomed many people from other countries over the past 150 years and is one of the most diverse (多样化的) cities in Latin America. This means not only are you likely to hear different languages here, but you’ll also see the influence these different race groups have had on the local food.

Chicago

Come in March! Highs of 7°C are welcomed with open arms after a long Chicago winter. On March 22 and 23, the Good Food Festival, the Midwest's most important local food show, will feature(特色是)more than 150 kinds of food, beer and wine.

Philippines

Things are starting to really heat up in the Philippines in March. It is a very popular time for travel with a high of 32°C and a low of 25°C, especially during Holy Week, before Easter. The Philippines is made up of more than 7,000 islands, making it an excellent place for beach hopping. Savannah, Georgia

If you are looking for a warmer city to celebrate St. Patrick's Day, Savannah, Georgia can get up to 20°C in March. Savannah's parade is the second largest in the United States and the third

largest in the world. Performances aren’t only on March 17. They start at the beginning of the month.

21. What can visitors do on the Good Food Festival?

A. Give a show.

B. Make tasty dishes.

C. Enjoy different food.

D. Watch games about beer and wine.

22. What do we know about the Philippines in March?

A. It is a good place for skating.

B. It is neither too cold nor too hot there.

C. It has many different race groups.

D. It has the most travelers after Easter.

23. What is the purpose of the text?

A. To introduce four places to visit in March.

B. To tell the history of four cities.

C. To give some geography knowledge.

D. To offer some tips on travelling abroad.

B

Everybody, at some point in their lives, has experienced failure. It could be something as simple as not getting the job you wanted, or getting fewer marks even after hard work. But what makes you is not your failure, but how you get back up after being hit.

Once, a young school boy was caught in a fire accident in his school and was thought that he would not live. His mother was told that he was sure to die, for the terrible fire had destroyed the lower half of his body. Even if he were to survive, he would be lame throughout his life.

But the brave boy did not want to die nor did he want to be lame. Much to the amazement of the doctor, he did survive. But unfortunately from his waist down, he had no motor ability. His thin legs just hung there, lifeless. Eventually he left the hospital. But his determination to walk was unshakable. At home, when he was not in bed, he had to stay in a wheelchair. One day, he threw himself from the chair and pulled himself across the grass, dragging his legs behind him. He reached the fence, raised himself up and then began dragging himself along the fence, firmly determined. He did this every day, with faith in himself that he would be able to walk without any help. With his iron determination, he did develop the ability to stand up, then to walk on and off, then to walk by himself and then to run.

He began to walk to school, and then run to school, to run for the joy of running. Later in college he was on the track team.

In February 1934, in New York City's Madison Square Garden, this young man who was not expected to survive, who would surely never walk, who could never hope to run - this determined young man, Dr. Glenn Cunningham, ran the world's fastest mile.

A good example of the power of positive thinking and faith in one's self, Glenn Cunningham continues to be a spark for many, and his story, a brilliant evidence to how one can bounce back

even when all difficulties are piled against one, to the degree that death seemed the preferable option.

24.What was the doctor's opinion about Glenn?

A.Glenn was able to walk with his own great effort.

B.Great determination could make a difference to Glenn.

C.There was a slim chance that Glenn could survive.

D.Glenn could live a normal life with the upper halt" of his body.

25.What do we know about Glenn?

A.Glenn took recovery exercise in hospital.

B.Glenn inspired people with his moving story.

C.Glenn won the first place in Marathon.

D.Glenn organized a track team in college.

26. What does the underlined word “ spark” in the last paragraph mean?

A. Encouragement

B. Creation

C. Intention

D. Determination 27.What can be a suitable title for the text?

A.Add determination B.Stand up after failure

C.Go after dreams D.Face difficulty bravely

C

Nothing good generally comes of a conversation that start with the words, "I think you should probably sit down before I tell you this."

And so it came to pass. Away for Christmas, we got a call from kind friends at home, our neighbor's house had caught fire while they were out. The fire didn't spread to our house but the smoke very much did.

It's weeks of either throwing out, or sending away for specialist cleaning, every single thing into which smoke could have permeated(渗透)because the particles(微粒)are an ongoing health risk and washing isn't enough. Anything soft — sofas and carpets and children's teddy bears, clothes — is suspected. We will be seeing in the New Year in a decidedly minimalist fashion.

What I didn't expect to feel, however, is this lucky. Friends and neighbors have come together with incredible generosity. We will never again underestimate the closeness of the village community in which we live, or the innate kindness that is most people's natural reaction to trouble, and are grateful to be reminded of so much that is good. But that's not the only thing I've learned. For in a sense, we have a chance to start again.

The surprise on being forced to think about what might urgently need replacing is how short the list of essentials seems; how much we must have been hanging on to out of habit, and how much we have been conditioned to think was important.

It's all too easily assumed that family history lives in tangible(有形的)things ---old photographs, a dress bought decades ago for a night heavy with memories — but that's not quite

right. These things were only reminders of what we already carry with us in head and hear t.

Walking through the house, sweeping up the broken glass, I realized that the answer to the old question of "What would you save in a fire? " is actually that nothing really matters but each other.

28.W hat happened to the author's house?

A.It caught a fire.

B.It was affected by a fire.

C.It was broken into by friends.

D.Its windows were broken.

29.W hat does the underlined word "suspect" in Paragraph 3 refer to?

A.something that may be damaged.

B.something that may not be genuine.

C.something that may not be so good.

D.something that may be dangerous.

30.W hat did the author expect to feel?

A.People around him were cold to others' trouble.

B.His friends and neighbors were so generous.

C.People in his community were close to each other.

D.He was so lucky to find much that was good.

31.H ow will the author probably feel when the New Year finally comes?

A.Worried.

B. Surprised.

C. Excited.

D. satisfied.

D

For decades, television networks have produced a lot of entertaining shows featuring food. The success of these shows is a clear indication of the strong appeal of the cookery experience to people. Whether it's recipe instructions, review of a restaurant or coverage(专访)of a chef, people are hungry to find out more about the food they eat.

One of the latest entries among the food programs is the Emmy-nominated Award Netflix series, Chef's Table, which features more than just ways to prepare fine food. Viewers tune in to each episode (一集)to hear a personal story from a distinguished chef. Each chef's tale is heart-touching with their own unique life experience. Take American chef Grant Achatz for example. The journey to operating one of the highest ranked restaurants in North America took a very personal turn. In 2007, Achatz was diagnosed (诊断)with mouth cancer and lost his sense of taste. Amazingly, he regained it, and has gone on to pioneer a new "progressive American" style of cooking.

Each chef has his own fascinating story, and the series highlights an important common thread among them: culture. Because food is so connected with the culture it comes from, each chef represents whatever traditions and cooking techniques they've come out of. They combine their

culture's traditional cooking with new tastes. In fact, many chefs work tirelessly at redefining an entire culture's expectation for eating.

Despite having a number of unconventional elements associated with their cooking, one thing is clear:Cooking is an incredibly meaningful experience for each chef. One guest described his time at one chef's restaurant by saying "Eating there is like looking at someone who has put his soul into the food".

32.What does the success of the food programs show?

A.More chefs are in need.

B.These programs are a new fashion trend.

C.People are hungry to find out what they eat.

D.People are interested in the cookery experience.

33.What do we know about Chef's Table?

A.It is the latest food program.

B.It is an award-winning television series featuring unique chefs.

C.People watch it in order to hear the heart-touching stories.

D.Grant Achatz is the most famous chef in the program.

34.What does the author intend to tell readers in Paragraph 3?

A.Culture counts in cooking and eating.

B.The chefs are trying to change the eating culture.

C. A good chef should highlight traditional cooking.

D.Each chef has his own fascinating story about culture.

35.What is the best title for the text?

A. Chef's Story

B. Food and Culture

C. A Popular Entertaining Program

D. Chef's Table: Food with a Story

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项。

Five Ways to Work Smarter, Not Harder

No matter how hard we work, it seems that there is never enough time to get all the important tasks done. Rather than working longer, consider working smarter, not harder. Here are some ways to work smarter:

Make a careful plan. Just like every organization needs a business plan, an efficient worker needs a work plan. 36 Schedule your tasks throughout the days, weeks, and months, but do it ahead of time.

Set your goals. As a part of your work plan, you should set clear and measurable goals. Goals should state which tasks are to be completed and when they get completed. Rather than setting firm deadlines, which can lead to pressure and stress, allow a period of time to reach goals. 37

38 Develop a daily work schedule and stick to it! If a typical workday consists of some

writing tasks(emails, reports), one-on-one meetings, and processing data, set aside specific time each day to accomplish each kind of tasks.

Delegate(分派工作)effectively. 39 The person who tries to do everything himself or herself not only is overloaded and overstressed, but is bad for their colleagues, by not allowing them to be challenged and grow by taking on important duties.

Don’t make work harder than it actually is. Much of the pressure is produced by ourselves.

40 We feel like we should do more. Remember that tasks should be completed step by step. Focus on each step rather than on the entire project, which can help us cut down on feelings that we are overwhelmed.

四川省南充高中2020-2021学年高一新生入学基础能力测试英语试题含答案

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。

As I left one of the main roads the other day, I noticed something unusual in the parking lot of the grocery store.

There’s a wide grassy land in front of their parking lot, where_41_ often put up signs announcing their yard sales or events, but the _42_ in front of me was worthy of a double-take. A man in a suit was _ 43_a sign into the ground and a homeless man was _44_the sign while he hammered.

I was _45_by how the two men looked so 46 .one with a soldier suit, snowy white shirt, but the other with 47 clothing and uncombed hair waving 48 in the wind. And then the 49 humanity of the moment hit me. So many times we 50_ homeless people and all we see is just homeless people. But on this day, I saw the kindness of a man who walked over to help someone. The moment really 51 me, and it was a fresh reminder to look 52 the outward appearance and see the person instead.

A friend and I had the 53 a few years ago to write a stud y guide to a book. It’s an amazing book. That was evident from the first page when I read the dedication (题词)and it 54_,“To Titus, who taught me to cheer for humanity.”

Wow, 55_more of us did that? Can you imagine the 56 it would make in our world? In one of the chapters, Sammy tells about sitting in large crowds at places, like shops and airports, and

57 for humanity. It does 58 things. Just imagine a disobedient(不服从的)teen with the crazy clothes becomes a young man who is crying out for someone to 59 and a homeless person becomes a real person, someone who needs 60 and a helping hand.

41. A. soldiers B. folks C. drivers D. kids

42. A. sight B. sign C. scenery D. sale

43. A. burying B. taking C. knocking D. running

44. A. holding B. measuring C. painting D. protecting

45. A. frightened B. influenced C. choked D. struck

46. A. alike B. opposite C. careful D. hardworking

47. A. traditional B. ordinary C. new D. ragged

48. A. beautifully B. quickly C. wildly D. frequently

49. A. holy B. pitiful C. wise D. meaningless

50. A. give away B. ask for C. depend on D. look at

51. A. upset B. bothered C. touched D. interested

52. A. beyond B. around C. via D. against

53 A. trouble B. deadline C. ability D. opportunity

54. A. wrote B. said C. spoke D. addressed

55. A. what if B. but if C. as if D. only if

56. A. appointment B. discrimination C. difference D. reform

57. A. paying B. scolding C. looking D. cheering

58. A. record B. enlarge C. change D. convey

59. A. fight B. care C. cheat D. interview

60. A. growth B. concern C. reputation D. authority

第Ⅱ卷非(选择题共50分)

第二节语法填空(共10小题: 每小题1.5分,满分15分)

阅阅阅阅阅阅阅阅阅阅阅阅阅1阅阅阅阅阅阅阅阅阅阅阅阅阅阅阅阅阅(不超过3个单词)阅Do you enjoy 61 (explore) the great outdoors? Lately, rock climbing has become very popular. As a result, the number of people using cliff s( 悬崖) has increased rapidly. Cliff ecosystems are home_ 62__ many living things, including birds. Since climbing is a 63 (fair) new activity, we don’t know its impact on cliff ecosystems.

Here, we studied how climbers affect birds that nest on cliffs. We 64 (select) cliffs that face different directions (north, east, west, and south). Half of the cliffs are visited by lots of climbers and half by very few or no climbers. 65 (compare) the number and species of birds on these different cliffs, we found that east-facing cliffs have the 66 (great) number and diversity of birds. Our results show that north-facing cliffs are the best option for new climbing

routes 67 it comes to protecting wildlife. Our solution may help the area to handle the growing number of climbers while protecting cliff ecosystems.

Our results show that rock climbing doesn’t impact 68 number of birds on a cliff, but it does reduce the diversity of birds on each cliff. Our study helps us understand cliff communities and how living things respond to rock climbing. But we need to keep in mind that each climbing area has 69 (it) own unique conditions. We need to study the combined impacts of natural and human factors for every 70 (locate).

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:在缺词处加个漏字符号(Λ),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。

The Chinese New Year festival, which is my most favourite time of year, lasts for 15 days. At midnight on New Year's Eve, every door and window in the house is opened to let the old year leaving. We eat dumplings and set off fireworks. Children were given little red envelopes with luckily money inside. In the last day,we have the Lantern Festival, that we go out at night carrying paper lanterns. During the festival, they drop in at relatives' and friends' houses bringing gifts or red envelopes, and greet one another with "Happy New Year". This is special way for us to express good wish to each other.

第二节书面表达(满分25分)

假设你是李华,你在新加坡夏令营时的住家Johns 夫妇写信告诉你,他们下周将来南充游玩,请按下列要点给他们写一封回信.

1.表示欢迎;

2.告知他们下周的大致安排;

3.希望告知航班信息以便接机.

注意:

1.词数:100词左右(开头和结尾已给出,不计入字数);

2.可适当增加细节,以使行文连贯。

英语答案

1—20:BCACB CBCBA CBCCA BACAB

21--40: CBA CBAB BAAD DBAD GCDFB

41--60: BACAD BDCAD CADBA CDCBB

61: exploring 62: to 63: fairly 64: selected 65: Comparing

66: greatest 67: when 68. the 69: its 70: location

71.删除most 72.leaving→ leave 73.were → are 74.luckily → lucky

75.I n → On 76.that →when 77.they →we 78.greet →greeting

79.a special way 80.wish →wishes

书面表达:

Dear Mr and Mrs Johns,

I’m glad to know that you are coming to Nanchong next week. Welcome! It’s a great opportunity for me to repay your help and hospitality when I was in your country, Singapore.

For your stay in Nanchong, I’ll arrange for you to visit some of the most famous places of interest here, like Langzhong Ancient City and the Hometown of Zhu De. Meanwhile, there is a great deal of delicious local food here, such as Zhangfei Beef, Guokui Jelly, Baoling Vinegar and so on, which you are sure to like. So, I bet you will have a most enjoyable week.

Would you please tell me some information about your flight so that I can pick you up at the airport? Looking forward to seeing you again!

Yours,

Li Hua