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月考必练,重点高中高二英语试题含答案

高二上学期第一次月考英语试题

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。

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第二部分: 单项选择 (共20小题;每小题1分,满分20分)

21. Though I haven’t seen this new film, I can’t go with you to the cinema because I have to______ my sick brother?

A. refer to B. attend to C. lead to D. stick to

22. I knew nothing about the accident ______ I read in the newspaper.

A. except that B. except for C. apart from D. except what

23. Most students expect ____ more review classes before the exams.

A. it to be B. there to be C. that to be D.to be

24. ---- Good morning. Can I help you?

---- I’d like to have this package ______, Madam.

A. be weighed B. to be weighed C.to weigh D. weighed

25. He _____ some safety measures at the meeting for the 2012 London Olympic Games.

A. put forward B. put up C. put down D. put off

26. _____ the project in time, the staff were working at weekends.

A. Competing B. Having completed

C. To have completed D. To complete

27. ______ five minutes _____, we arrived at the railway station with our heavy luggage.

A. There were; to go B. It had; left C. It was; left D. With; to go

28. I’ll be publishing my results only when I have ____ my research.

A. concerned B. connected C. conducted D. concluded

29. Sometimes, dreams are a special opportunity for you to _____ your real life, especially when you’re caught in trouble or stress .

A. make sense of B. make use of C. make up of D. make fun of

30. If you are found ____ in the schoolyard, you_____ by the teachers.

A. smoking; are to blamed B. smoke; are punished

C. smoking; are to blame D. smoking; are to punish

31. Only after a baby seal is pushed into the sea by its mother____ to swim.

A. how will it learn B. will it learn how

C. it will learn how D. and it learns how

32. Our team ____ their team in the match; that is, our team____ the match.

A. won; won B. defeated; defeated C. defeated; won D. won; defeated

33. --- Mr Wang, whom would you rather___ the 11th National Games?

--- Tom.

A. have cover B. have covered C. having cover D. have to cover

34. I travel to HongKong by car every day, ______ do many businessmen who live in ShenZhen.

A. as B. which C. when D. though

35. Now that we’ve discussed our problem, are people happy with the decisions ___?

A. taking B. take C. taken D. to take

36. _____ to have a picnic here!

A. What great delight B. How great delight

C. What a great delight D. How a great delight

37. In my opinion, all Mr White ____ good to his students in his class at present. He is very strict in their study.

A. does does does B. does did do C. does does do D. did do does

38. --- I’m surprised to hear that Sue and Paul have____.

--- So am I. They seemed very happy together when I last saw them.

A. closed up B. finished up C. divided up D. broken up

39. I’ve been told that the medical team, ____ five doctors and ten nurses, ______sent to the flood-stricken area.

A. consisted of; are to be B. is consisted of; will be

C. consisting of; is to be D. consists of ; will be

40. --- Sorry to have interrupted you. Please go on.

--- Where was I?

--- You ____ you didn’t like your father’s job.

A. had said B. said C. had been saying D. were saying

第三部分:完形填空(共20小题;每小题1分,满分20分)

Despite the great progress in medical science, human beings are constantly attacked by cancer, which means death. A woman named Bonnie suffered a __41__ of discomforts caused by the treatment of cancer. She didn’t regard cancer as a ___42___disease, but a laughing matter. She treated it in a humorous way. To put it in__43___way, she is teaching people that even though cancer isn't___44__, we can treat it in a humorous way.

Her second child was going to be born three months away___45__she was diagnosed with cancer. Suddenly, a___46___mother turned into a helpless woman afraid for her own___47___. It was after she had had her baby__48__that she had an operation.__49___came chemo(化疗)and her life seemed to be made up of fears and___50___. But the__51___moment in her life came after she lost all her hair and a free wig(假发) arrived. She__52___it on as her older son Kyler watched.

“That was when I decided how to__53___it: crying over this bad wig or laughing about it.__54__way would make__55___remember it.” Bonnie said. She spent a lot of time looking for anything funny from cancer patients. She got a lot out of collecting__56__stories. She started laughing a lot, finding it the perfect medicine. Using herself as a bald (光头) model, Bonnie__57___to design her own greeting cards and calendars, making fun of the sufferings of chemo. “To have joy, we badly__58___to laugh.” she said. Clearly, you can increase your confidence to__59___over any disease and trouble__60___laughing.

41. A.set B.series C.way D.pack

42. A.seriously B.deadly C.terribly D.fearfully

43. A.another B.the other C.other D.others

44. A.serious B.painful C.fun D.fierce

45. A.before B.until C.while D.when

46. A.sad B.happy C.fortunate D.sick

47. A.son B.illness C.operation D.life

48. A.made B.attended C.delivered D.opened

49. A.Then B.Later C. Thus D. Here

50. A.failures B.loneliness C.wonders D.tears

51. A.lowest B.highest C.great D.ugly

52. A.wore B.carried C.tried D.fastened

53. A.do with B.deal with C.go with D.meet with

54. A.All B.Any C.Both D.Either

55. A.myself B.everyone C.my son D.my husband

56. A.detective B.romantic C.different D.humorous

57. A.get down B.set out C.set about D.set down

58. A.ought B.need C.want D.long

59. A.get B.think C.run D.take

60. A.in terms of B.by means of

C.through the method of D.by the way of

第四部分:阅读理解 (共20小题,每小题2分,共40分)

第一节 (共15小题,每小题2分,共30分)

A

Will there ever be another Einstein? This is the undercurrent (潜流) of conversation at Einstein memorial meetings throughout the year. A new Einstein will appear, scientists say. But it may take a long time. After all, more than 200 years separated Einstein from Isaac Newton.

Many physicists say the next Einstein hasn't been born yet, or is a baby now. That's because the search for a unified theory that would explain all the forces of nature has pushed current mathematics to its limits. New math must be created after the problem can be solved.

But researchers say there are many other factors working against another Einstein appearing anytime soon. For one thing, physics is a much different field today. In Einstein's day, there were a few thousand physicists worldwide, and the theorists who could argue with Einstein probably would fit into a streetcar with seats to spare. Education is different, too. One key aspect of Einstein's training that-is little noticed is the years of philosophy he read as a teenager-Kant, Schopenhauer and Spinoza, among others. It taught him how to think independently about space and time and it wasn't long before he became a philosopher himself.

And Einstein was a clever musician. The interplay between music and math is well-known. Einstein would play his violin hard as a way to think through a knotty physics problem.

Today, universities have produced millions of physicists. There aren't many jobs in science for them, so they go to Wall Street and Silicon Valley to apply their analytical skills. Those who stay in science don't work alone and they sometimes do experiment together which takes years.

It's hard to imagine a renegade (背叛者) like Einstein standing it. "Maybe there is an Einstein out there today," said Columbia University physicist Brian Greene,"but it would be a lot harder for him to be heard."

61.According to the second paragraph, the next Einstein will _____.

A. have to create new math

B. create a unified theory

C. have to be born now

D. push math to its limits

62. The underlined words "knotty" in the fourth paragraph means _____.

A. easy B. interesting C. strange D. difficult

63. Which of the following will be useful for the next Einstein to be born?

A. There will be music around.

B. There will be no problems to solve.

C. There will be suitable philosophy to study.

D. There are only a few physicists.

64. Which of the following can be the best title for this passage?

A. Wait for the Next Coming Einstein

B. Environment Needed for the Birth for the Next Einstein

C. Philosophy---- The Next Einstein Wants

D. Einstein and the Next Einstein

B

There are usually both parents and two children in a typical British family. In most British families both parents work. Very young children go to nursery schools or stay at home with a childminder. Old people usually live in their own homes or a nursing home if they cannot look after themselves. British parents try to spend their free time with their children going to the cinema, museums or parks. During the week they usually have dinner together.

Americans often move house from city to city or from state to state. For this reason American families live far away from their relatives. However, they keep in touch with each other by telephone or letter. During the holidays or at celebrations like Thanksgiving, families often visit each other. A typical American family is the same as a British family. Both parents work. Like British families, American parents try to spend time with their children at weekends. They often visit museums. They also go to the cinema or to the park.

There are many different kinds of houses in the UK. More than half of the people in the UK own their houses. Other people rent houses or flats. British people like to feel comfortable and safe in their homes. They like to make their homes and gardens look attractive. Perhaps that’s why gardening is one of their most popular pastimes.

The buildings in American cities are similar to those in British cities. There are tall tower blocks, skyscrapers(摩天楼),houses and large brick buildings. In the suburbs, however, the houses are very different. A lot of Americans live in wooden houses with front and back gardens. Two thirds of Americans own their houses. Other Americans rent houses, apartments or rooms. Americans are usually very house-proud and take good care of their homes.

65. Many couples today in Britain ______

A. usually have two children

B. have difficulty in finding good jobs

C. don’t like living with their parents

D. have to work hard to support their children

66. Americans usually keep in touch with their relatives by telephone or letter because ______.

A. they live too far away

B. they don’t like traveling

C. they are too lazy to pay a visit

D. they are too busy to meet each other

67. The underlined word “pastimes” in Paragraph 3 refers to something you enjoy doing in your ______.

A. housework time B. hard time C. spare time D. pleasant time

68. We can be sure that ______.

A. Americans like children better

B. more Americans live in the suburbs

C. Americans think more highly of their families

D. Americans like living in wooden houses with front and back gardens

in the suburbs.

C

London is a sporty city. Every year 30 ,000 people run the London Marathon and manage to raise $ 30 million for charity. Thousands of people line the streets to watch the race. The marathon might not be everyone's cup of tea―so read on to learn about different ways you can get fit in London.

If you are not sure what you'd like to do, check out these ideas below :

• Football Whether you want to join a local team or simply start playing in your back garden or a park, football is one of the easiest and cheapest sports you could take up. Find your nearest community club.

• Cricket (板球) Like football, all you need is some space and basic equipment to start playing cricket. If you start getting serious about the game, there are lots of opportunities for you to play it in London. Search for a club near you.

• Tennis If you are fed up with watching English players lose at Wimbledon, try your hand at tennis and maybe one day you'll make the country proud. Lots of the London parks have tennis courts(球场).

• Gymnastics If you want to try your hand at gymnastics, there are over 70 different clubs in London that will help you learn more. To find your nearest club, call the London Gymnastics Federation on (0)20 8529 1142.

• Rugby(橄榄球) If England's great achievement in the World Cup arouses your interest, find a club near you in London. Although lots of people think of rugby as something played more in the north of the country, it's quite easy to play the game in London too.

69. The underlined sentence in the first paragraph probably means that English people don't___________.

A. drink tea before running the marathon

B. plant tea along the marathon race path

C. all like the marathon race

D. all like drinking tea

70. We can learn from the passage that______.

A. people in London don't like rugby

B. the country is proud of each tennis player

C. 30 million people take part in the London Marathon

D. there are tennis competitions in Wimbledon

71. In which of the sports does the passage mention that English people often lose?

A. Football. B. Cricket. C. Tennis. D. Rugby.

D

Walk into the small Australian town of Coober Pedy on any given day, and you will get the strange feeling of an abandoned ghost town. So why even call it a town? Because that’s exactly what it is, complete with 4,000 plus residents of 48 nationalities, all of whom live underground!

Located about 846 km north of Adelaide, Coober Pedy was built in 1915, following the discovery of opal (蛋白石). As people from across the country and world flocked to mine the precious stone, they realized that while working under the ground was easy, living above it was not, thanks to the extreme temperatures.

They therefore did what humans do best when faced with a situation they cannot change—adaptation! In this case, it meant living underground, by changing old mines into homes and building the world’s first and most likely, the only underground town.

As years have gone by, the homes have become bigger and more sophisticated (复杂巧妙的). There are now also several hotels and inns (旅馆)to accommodate the tourists that flock in from all over the world, to see this unusual town. And while the structures may be located underground, they are as good as those that lie above. Not only do the underground town take full advantage of the beautiful red rock, but they also feature all the modern amenities(便利设施) like walk-in closets, modern kitchens and televisions. And if that is not enough, the town also has gift shops selling opal jewelry, a couple of museums and even a church! For those that need some physical activities, the town offers a golf course.

Besides being the opal capital of the world and a popular tourist destination, Coober Pedy is also a favorite among filmmakers and has been featured in movies such as Pitch Black, Red Planet and Opal Dream.

72. People first built Coober Pedy to _______.

A. avoid the hot weather

B. make full use of room

C. protect themselves from the animal danger above

D. take advantage of the local materials

73. According to the fourth paragraph, Coober Pedy ______.

A. has very simple structures

B. has become a great tourist attraction

C. provides more amenities than a modern hotel

D. only allows people to live a simple life

74. What do people probably feel when staying in Coober Pedy?

A. Disappointed. B. Frightened C. Comfortable D. Curious.

75. What is the text mainly about?

A. A ghost town in Australia.

B. Australia’s exciting underground town—Coober Pedy.

C. The structure of an underground town.

D. The attraction of Coober Pedy to filmmakers.

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。

Does this situation seem familiar to you? Your English is progressing well, the grammar is now familiar, the reading comprehension is no problem, and you are speaking quite fluently. ___76___

First of all, remember that you are not alone. Listening is probably the most difficult job for almost all learners of English as a foreign language.

The most important thing is to listen as often as possible. __77___ The Internet is really a useful tool for English students. You can download the RealPlayer from RealMedia. com. The RealPlayer allows you to use the Internet like a radio station.

Once you have begun to listen on a regular basis, you might still be upset by limited understanding. ___78___

Here is some of the advice I give my students:

•Accept the fact that you are not going to understand everything.

•Stay relaxed when you do not understand, and try listening to the material for more times.

•Do not translate everything into your native language.

•__79___ Don’t fix on details before you have understood the main ideas.

•Listen to something you enjoy.

I remember the problems I had in understanding spoken German when I first went to Germany. In the beginning, when I didn’t understand a word, I kept on translating it in my mind. This method usually resulted in confusion. ___80___ Firstly, translating creates a barrier between the listener and the speaker. Secondly, most people repeat themselves continuously. By remaining calm, I noticed that even if I didn’t pay much attention I could usually understand what the speaker had said.

A. What should you do?

B. Listen for the general idea of the conversation.

C. But listening is a problem for most of the beginners!

D. So, what you need to do is to find listening resources.

E. But you can’t follow a native English speaker at all!

F. Then, after the first six months, I discovered two extremely important facts.

G. However, after several weeks, I got used to the new environment in Germany.

第五部分:语法填空(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个词)或括号内单词的正确形式。

I can well remember that I was once asked to deliver a speech titled A Real Test in My Life before the whole class at the age of 9 ! You can imagine how _____ (terrible) shy I was the moment I thought of that--- with so many eyes _____ (fix) on me. I had no _____ (choose) but to prepare for it, though. First of all, I was to draft the speech, which was just a piece of cake for me, a good writer. But the hardest part ______ (lie) in my oral presentation from my memory, for to read from the paper was not allowed. The real moment began _____ I stood on the platform with my legs trembling and my mind blank. But my ____ (listen) were waiting patiently without any signs of rushing me. Gradually I found myself back, giving out my speech with difficulty. After what seemed to be a hundred years, I found my audience applauding---I made _____! From then on, my fear of talking before a big audience ______ (appear). Actually with my confidence building up, I now turn out to be a great speaker. Looking back, I know the greatest difficulty on our way _____ success is our fear. Overcome it, ______ we will be able to achieve our goals.

第六部分: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)

文中共有10处错误,每句中最多有两处。错误涉及单词的增加、删除或修改。

增加:在缺词处加一个漏词符号∧,并在此符号下面写出该加的词。

删除:把多余的词用斜线\划掉。

修改:在错词下面划一横线,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处不计分。

My dream school starts at 8:30 am and ends up at 3:30 pm. They are three lessons in the morning and two in the afternoon. We don’t need to do so many homework. However, we have more time with after-school activities. For example, we can do reading for one and a half hour and play sports for one hour every day. My dream school looks a big garden. There are all kinds of flowers and trees around the classroom buildings. We can lie on the grass for a rest, or sat by the lake listening to music. The teachers here are kind and helpfully. They were not only our teachers but also our friends.

第二节 书面表达(满分25分)

假设你是高中学生李华。 为了促进学生多读书,读好书,打造校园书香氛围,你校发起读书运动。请你按照以下要点写一篇倡议书,倡导同学们读书。

表达要点:1、为什么读书;2、读什么书,怎样读书;3、发起倡议。

注意:可适当增加细节使行文连贯。词数100左右。 开头已写好,但不计入总词数。

Dear schoolmates,

______________________________________________________________

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