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河北张家口市2017-2018学年高二下学期5月阶段性测试英语试题

河北张家口市2017-2018学年高二下学期5月阶段性测试英语试题

第一部分听力(共两节,满分30分)

做题时,先将答案标在试卷上。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。

例:How much is the shirt?

A. £ 19.15.

B. £ 9. 18.

C. £9.

15.

答案是C。

1. What part of the man’s body got injured?

A. His knee.

B. His foot.

C. His hand

2. Where is Larry now?

A. In his office.

B. At home.

C. In a classroom.

3. What does the man like doing?

A. Talking.

B. Walking.

C.

河北张家口市2017-2018学年高二下学期5月阶段性测试英语试题

Dancing.

4. What are the speakers mainly talking about?

A. Which movie to see.

B. Where to go.

C. Where to park.

5. What do we know about the man?

A. He can’t find Bob’s apartment.

B. He is late for the woman’s birthday party.

C He thought today is the woma n’s birth day.

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 did the woman probably do just now?

A. She cooked in the kitchen.

B. She cleaned her bedroom.

C. She wrote down Sonia s new address.

7. Where did the woman put her glasses?

A. In her bag.

B. On the hall table.

C. In her jacket pocket.

听第7段材料,回答第8至10题。

8. What are the speakers supposed to do this afternoon?

A. Play tennis.

B. Book a tennis court.

C. Watch n tennis match.

9. Why does the man want to cancel the appointment?

A. He is ill.

B. It is rainy today.

C. He has to attend a meeting.

10. When will the man call the woman again?

A. This evening.

B. Tomorrow.

C. Next Monday.

听第8段材料,回答第11至13题。

11. Who used to live in this room?

A. The woman’s hus band.

B. The woman’s son.

C. The woman herself.

12. How did the man feel about the room?

A. It isn’t a good place to live in.

B. It was a good place to cook in.

C. It was just the kind of room he liked.

13. What did the woman ask the man to do first?

A. Pay her 80 dollars before he moved in.

B, Come again the next morning.

C. Move in as soon as possible.

听第9段材料,回答第14至16题。

14. What is Jack probably going to be?

A. A businessman.

B. A doctor.

C. A lawyer.

15. Why does Li Hong want to learn English now?

A. Because it is easier to learn.

B. Because it is very interesting.

C. Because it’s i mportant for Chinese development.

16. What are the speakers?

A. Doctors.

B. Lawyers.

C. Students.

听第10段材料,回答第17至20题。

17. Why do people build underground houses?

A. To save time and energy.

B. To save land and money.

C. To save land and energy.

18. In which country have underground houses been used for a long time?

A. Canada.

B. Japan.

C. China.

19. What was the temperature inside Rinker’s house when it was -22℃ outside?

A. 22℃.

B. 16℃.

C. -16℃.

20. What can we learn from the speech?

A. Underground parks are common in the USA.

B. Underground houses help save land for more gardens.

C. Large underground shopping centers can be seen around the world.

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

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The Rhode Island Blood Center distributes blood products to hospitals in Rhode Island and Southern New England.

21. When did Isabelle receive the first blood transfusion?

A. In 2014.

B. In 2015.

C. In 2016.

D. In 2017

22. What is the proper solut ion to Isabelle’s problem?

A. To be a marrow donor.

B. To have a marrow transplant.

C. To produce more blood cells.

D. To have a lifetime of regular transfusions.

23. What is a must for the donor?

A. Being a siudeni.

B. The similar experience.

C. Bringing identification.

D. The swab of your face.

B

“This way, everyone.” said the young Bahamian as he led t he way to the hoar. As the boat moved over the waves, I thought back eleven years to my first island visit via a cruise ship. As we landed, I noticed a sign advertising swimming with dolphins.

I looked at my mother; she knew exactly what I wanted, but I was too young. “Maybe some other time,” she said. I think everyone knows that those four words usually translate to never. It made me, a little boy, depressed for many days. From that day on, it was my dream to swim with those gentle creatures.

Now, after 15 minutes of travelling, we reached the Sanctuary Bay. As we arrived, I saw the gray creatures showing off their unique talent before my eyes. We were led off the boat, past a back building. Our guide told us we would have the pleasure of

spending the next 90 minutes with Kaholo, a young male, and Robola, the largest female, who is quite famous for having played the lead in the film Zeus and Roxanne.

My father and I were joined by four others and followed the man once more. He told us to jump into the water while he let the dolphins into that part of the bay. For the first 20 minutes, we could go anywhere and touch the dolphins as they swam by.

Kaholo and Robola must have known I was their biggest fan because they swam towards me as if I had had fish. After the introductory period, they jumped over our heads.

I got a hug and kiss from Robola, and also learned how to have Kaholo talk to me.

This was by far the most magical experience of my life. Next time your parents say “Maybe some other day”, have faith in them. Your dreams are important to them too, and they will do whatever they can to make it possible, because dreams can come true.

24. What was the author’s dream according to the tex t?

A. Travelling with his parents.

B. Swimming with dolphins.

C. Visiting the Sanctuary Bay.

D. Watching a film played by dolphins.

25. How did the author feel after the first island visit?

A. Excited.

B. Puzzled.

C. Unhappy.

D. Energetic.

26. What did Kaholo and Robola do during the visit?

A. They stayed away from the author.

B. They learnt to have a talk to the author.

C. They had special interest in the autho r’s fish.

D. They showed a friendly attitude towards the author.

27. What’s the best title for the text?

A. Dreams Do Come True

B. Play with Dolphins

C. My Parents’ Promise

D. The First Island Visit

C

It is widely acknowledged that it is by no means an easy task to bring up a child well. And our ancestors already understood it well. As an old proverb says, “It takes an entire village to raise a child.” Tha t is being quoted more and more often these d ays. And I’m pleased about that.

Parents need to be involved in their children’s education in many ways. Helping children with homework and studying, going on a field trip, teaching a craft or coaching a child’s sports team are all great ways to be involved wit h your child’s education. And don’t forget to communicate wi th teachers—they need and respect your input. Studies show that children learn more and schools function better when parents and schools work together.

Communities can help children create and achieve new goals. There are other ways such as helping with homework. reading to a child, coaching a children’s team, providing emotional support, helping solve problems and building self-esteem(自尊). Kids need role models and advisers can be role models by sharing their experiences and wisdom.

Businesses can also help shape our children’s future—invite a class from your local school to visit your workplace. You may be providing a glimpse that opens a new world of possibilities. Show students what goes on during a typical day. Give a mini course for students: how products are made; how machinery works. You may have a developing electrician, a teacher, a nurse, or even a newspaper reporter on your hands.

It really does lake an entire village to raise a child. So share the responsibility -and the joy—of bringing a child to his or her full potential.

28. What does the underlined sentence in Paragraph 1 mean?

A. Raising a child well needs various efforts.

B. Communities play an important part in raising a child.

C. Our ancest ors raised a child by using the whole village’s f ood.

D. People in the same village should take care of a child together.

29. Which of the following has the author stressed in the text?

A. Family education.

B. School education.

C. Life-long education.

D. Karly childhood education.

30. The author thinks visiting the workplace can have an effect on children’s .

A. talent

B. health

C. grades

D. occupations

31. What is the author’s main purpose in writing the text?

A. To show his research on education.

B. To call for more attention to children.

C. To make examples of education reform.

D. To introduce some ways to teach children well.

D

A team of engineers at Harvard University has been inspired by Nature to create the first robotic fly. The mechanical fly has become a platform for a series of new high-tech systems. Designed to do what a fly does naturally, the tiny machine is the size of a fat housefly. Its mini wings allow it to stay in the air and perform controlled flight tasks.

“It’s extremely important for us to think about this as a whole system and not just the sum of a bunch of individual components,” said Robert Wood, the Harvard engineering professor who has been working on the robotic fly project for over a decade.

A few years ago, his team got the go-ahead to start piecing the components together. “The added difficulty with a project like this is that actually none of those components are off the shelf and so w e have to develop them all on our own,” he said.

They engineered a series of systems to start and drive the robotic fly. “The seemingly simple system which just moves the wings has a number of interdependencies on the individual components, each of which individually has to perform well, and then has to be matched well to everything it’s connected to,” said Wood. The flight device was built into a set of power, computation, sensing and control systems. Wood

says the success of the project proves that the flying robot with these tiny components can be built and manufactured.

Wood says the design offers a new way to study flight mechanics and control at insect-scale. Yet, the power, sensing and computation technologies on board could have much broader applica tions. “You can start thinking about using them to answer open scientific questions, you know, to study biology in ways that would be difficult with the animals, but using these robots instead,” he said. “So there are a lot of technologies and open interesting scientific questions that are really what drives us on a day to day basis.”

32. What was the difficulty for engineers to make the robotic fly?

A. Lacking enough engineers.

B. Lacking ready-made components.

C. Starling to study the system too late.

D. Having no way to fix components together.

33. What was the system of the robotic fly like?

A. It was huge but solid.

B. It was small and changeable.

C. It was complex but precise.

D. It was fixed and traditional.

34. What can be inferred from the last paragraph?

A. Engineers will fix the system on some animals.

B. The system of the robotic fly will have a great effect on our daily life.

C. The system of the robotic fly will face lots of scientific questions.

D. Engineers will use the findings of the system to do further research.

35. What can we learn from the text?

A. Robert Wood did the research on his own.

B. Wood will produce the system to put it onto the market.

C. The robotic system can have some different functions.

D. Engineers made the system in order to study power technologies.

第二节(共5小题;每小题2分,满分10分)