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第一学期10月月考高一英语试卷  

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第一学期10月月考  高一英语  试题卷 

 

I. Multiple choice

(   ) 11. --- Oh, it’s you! I ________ you.

            --- I’ve just had my hair cut and I am wearing new glasses.

        A. didn’t recognize        B. hadn’t recognize     C. haven’t recognize      D. don’t recognize

(   ) 12. One of the engines of the plane was out of order and the bad weather ________ the difficulty.  

       A. added to             B. added up     C. added up to         D. added

(   )13. You can never imagine what great difficulty I had ________ his parents.

A. to find         B. of finding     C. finding           D. about finding

(   ) 14. When I came ________ with the teenager hidden in the cave, I was surprised to find him ________ covered with dust.   

        A. face-to-face; entirely     B. face to face; entire   C. in face of; completely    D. face to face; entirely

(   ) 15. It was in 1969 ________ two Americans went to the moon by spaceship.

A. when           B. that         C. at that time              D. just then

(   ) 16. The boy _______ a strange disease is trying to live a normal life.

A. suffered        B. suffered from      C. suffering     D. suffering from

(   ) 17. The village is ______ what it looked like when he was born there 20 years ago.

A. not any longer    B. no longer      C. no more     D. not any more

(   ) 18. The chairman asked many questions ________ the education of the homeless children in that area.  

        A. concerned    B. concerning     C. to concern      D. having concerned

(   ) 19. The little boy felt grateful ________ the coach for his letting him ________ the game.

A. for / join in       B. to / to join in       C. with / join      D. to / join in

(   ) 20. It was the first time _______ I _______ face to face with a thunder storm.

A. when / had come    B. that / have come     C. when / came     D. that / had come

(   ) 21. I have made great progress ________ his help. Which of the following is not correct?

A. with      B. because of      C. as a result of      D. because

(   ) 22. You ________ come to his office. Our boss won’t be back until next week.

A. haven’t to      B. won’t have got to      C. have got to     D. have not got to

(   ) 23. We discussed where to go for the weekend, but we decided to stay at home _______.

A. at the end     B. by the end      C. in the end      D. on end

(   ) 24. Every possible ________ advanced technologies to help people enjoy a better life.

A. should be made of        B. shoule be made use    

C. use should be made of     D. shoule make use of

(   ) 25. Please tell me the way you thought of ________ the garden.

A. take care of     B. to take care of    C. taking care of     D. to take care

(   ) 26. Mr Jackson was very angry to find the car he had had ______ yesterday broke down again.

A. to repair       B. it repaired      C. repairing     D. repaired

(   ) 27. Mike hasn’t showed up yet. Why do you think ________?

A. he comes late    B. comes he late     C. does he come late     D. will he come late

(   ) 28. The policeman asked _______ with the old women. 

A. what the matter was      B. what was the matter   

C. what matter was         D. what was the wrong

(   ) 29. Last night Li Ping watched the football match at home when he ______ his homework.

A. need have done      B. must haven done  C. should have done    D. could have worked

(   ) 30. The work was ______ for the little boy. So we’d better lend him a hand.   

A. too very      B. much too      C. too much      D. far

II. Cloze

Water costs money. In some places water is hard 31. What 32 when a town has these problems? A small town in California found a happy 33.

  Very 34 rain ever fell there. The town had no water 35. The water it used was 36 from a river 300 miles away. As more people 37 live in the town, 38 water was needed. Now water 39 to be brought in from 600 miles away. All these cost 40 money.

  The town 41 a plan. It found 42 to clean its “dirty” water. Once the cleaned water was reused 43 many ways. Five 44 lakes were built. Here people could swim and fish and go 45. They 46 have picnics in their new parks. Farmers had more water 47 their crops. New factories can be built, now that they have the promise of 48.

In most places, water is used and thrown 49. The town that saved 50 water has saved the town

(     )

31 A. supplying

B. getting

C. to get

D. to supply

(     )

32 A. happens

B. happening

C. is happened

D. happened

(     )

33 A. key

B. answer

C. answering

D. way

(     )

34 A. little

B. a little

C. few

D. a few

(     )

35 A. of it self

B. of its own

C. for its own

D. for itself

(     )

36 A. fetch

B. take

C. brought in

D. guided

(     )

37 A. come to

B. came to

C. coming to

D. came for

(     )

38 A. many

B. plenty of

C. more

D. many more

(     )

39 A. has

B. had

C. must

D. needed

(     )

40 A. many

B. a few

C. a great many

D. a lot of

(     )

41 A. put

B. made

C. supply

D. noticed

(     )

42 A. a way

B. ways

C. an answer

D. a key

(     )

43 A. for

B. by

C. at

D. in

(     )

44 A. man-making

B. man-make

C. man-made

D. manmade

(     )

45 A. boating

B. to boat

C. to boating

D. on boating

(     )

46 A. must

B. could

C. needed

D. had to

(     )

47 A. as

B. with

C. for

D. to

(     )

48 A. water enough

B. enough water

C. crops enough

D. enough crops

(     )

49 A. off

B. of

C. away

D. out of

(     )

50 A. it’s

B. its

C. one’s

D. his

III. Reading comprehension.

A

Friend is better than fortune. Friend is worse than poison in some cases. The two sentences above are opposite and seem to be unreasonable but they can be explained as follows: the first refers to all good friends who drive us towards good while the second all bad ones who lead us to wrong ways.

My ideal friend is of course a good friend whose goodness is shown below---he has no bad likings, such as smoking and drinking. He lives in frugality (节俭). He studies hard so as not to waste his golden time. At home he honors his parents and loves his brothers; at school he respects his teachers and shares feelings with his classmates. He treats those truly who are true to him. In a word, he has all the good characters better than mine. I can follow him as a model. With his help I am free from all difficulties.

Indeed, if I have such a person as my friend, I shall never fear difficulty and I shall never know the existence of the word "failure".

51. This passage tells us (   )

A. how to make friends with others                   B. how the writer' s friend helps him

C. what kind of person the writer's friend is       D. what kind of person we should make friends with

52. An ideal friend means (   )

A. a true friend       B. a false friend        C. an imaginary friend       D. an excellent friend

53. From the passage we can learn that (   )

A. the writer and his ideal friend have a lot to learn from each other

B. the writer has a lot to learn from his ideal friend

C. the writer's ideal friend has a lot to learn from him

D. the writer has only a little to learn from his ideal friend

54. From the second paragraph, we can infer the writer is sure that (   )

A. nothing cannot be done with friend

B. only the first sentence is reasonable

C. he who does not smoke or drink must be a good friend

D. good friends should always help each other

B

When nature is left alone, a balance is reached among the animals and plants living in one area. But when man starts his work in nature, the balance is likely to be destroyed. He grows a crop and takes it away to eat ;then there are no dead leaves to fall on the ground, holding water while it sinks into the surface, or decaying (腐烂) and adding humus (腐殖质) to the soil. Unless a farmer acts with knowledge and skill, he is therefore most likely to make the land poorer. To take the place of the useful matter in the crops that he removes, he uses some kind of fertilizer (肥料). Chemical fertilizers are of great help, but the waste products of animals and decaying remains of plants should also be put on the land. In some places, it is a habit to burn waste material lying about, but such burning destroys the useful matter in the dead plants. Although the ashes that are left are valuable when put on the land, a better practice is to bury the waste so that it decays and increases the humus in the soil.

In the past, when the world population was much lower than it is now, a man had little difficulty in ordinary times in growing the food that was needed. When a field had been used some years and had become tired, the farmer could move to another place. The tired land then slowly recovered. By and by grasses and other plants would appear on it and its productive power would slowly return to normal through their decay. But nature, left alone, would take a long time to bring back the land to its former state; the length of time required would depend on local conditions, but it might well be ten years.

It is a bad practice to grow the same crop in a field year after year. If the crop is changed, the land will suffer less because it is treated and used in a different way. Different plants have different effects on the soil. Therefore, a change of crop will do less harm than the growing of the same crop year after year and a regular change to grass will do good to the soil. Much will therefore be gained if different crops are grown one after another, a method known as the rotation (轮作) of crops.

55. According to the passage, the land will become poorer (   )

A. if all the dead leaves are cleared away B. if the humus is increased after the harvest

C. if dead leaves decay in the soil by themselves D. if waste plant material lying about is buried

56. We can learn from the passage that the tired land has slowly recovered (   )

A. when grasses and other plants appear again

B. when the treatment is given by nature alone

C. after new grasses and other plants have decayed again

D. after nature has been left alone for several months

57. A modern farmer can hardly move to another place as he did before because (   )

A. the productive power of a new field isn't higher than that of an old one

B. there are few free fields left for him to do farming

C. it takes a farmer more than ten years to start farming in a new field

D. there will be too many grasses in a new field to grow crops

58. It is most likely that the author will go on to (   ) in the paragraph following the passage above.

A. introduce other methods of planting crops     B. deal with how to prevent land getting tired

C. start another topic of how to make use of land  D. further explain what the rotation of crops is

C

Career education is instruction intended to help young people identify, choose, and prepare for a career. Such instruction may focus on a person's role in work, leisure, or family life. Career education differs from vocational education, which is designed to teach specific occupational skills.

Career education includes the formal and informal learning that occurs in the family, in the community, and in schools. In schools, career education consists of instructive activities included in many courses. These activities are designed to improve the attitudes, knowledge, and skills important for work roles. Career education helps students develop self- understanding and use it to plan their education and working life.

A complete career education program in school begins in kindergarten and continues at least through high school. Many colleges and universities also offer career education through their counseling (咨询) programs. In kindergartens and elementary schools, youngsters learn about different types of work. In middle schools or junior high school, children begin to explore the occupations and leisure activities that interest them most. In high school, students get more specific information about occupations and life styles. They may be in classroom, small group, or individual sessions where they learn how to make career decisions. They also should obtain the skills they need for further study or for a job after graduation. Counselors provide information on such matters as how to locate and apply for jobs and how to be successful in interviews. Teachers and counselors use a variety of methods to provide career education, including films about occupations or industries. Children may invite parents or other adults to come to school and describe their jobs. A student may accompany a worker on the job. Cooperative education combines classroom study with practical work experience.

59. According to the passage, which statement is true? (   )

A. Career education is carried out in primary schools only.

B. Career education is carried out in middle schools only.

C. Career education is carried out in colleges only.

D. Career education is carried out in the whole process of people's education - from kindergarten to university.

60. It may be inferred from the passage that (   ).

A. not only teachers but also parents are responsible for youngsters' career education

B. in high schools, students know more specific information about occupations

C. career education may be in classroom, small group, or individual sessions

D. teachers use a variety of methods to provide career education, including films

61. A child may get career education in all the following places EXCEPT (   ).

A. schools  B. homes  C. communities  D. public places

62. The underlined word "combine" in the last paragraph means "to (   )".

A. connect  B. force  C. provide  D. attempt

D

Henry found work in a bookstore after he finished middle school. He wouldn’t do anything but wanted to get rich. Mr King thought he was too lazy and was going to send him away. Henry was afraid and had to work hard.

    It was a cold morning. It was snowing and there was thin ice on the streets. Few people went to buy the books and the young man had nothing to do. He hated to read, so he watched the traffic. Suddenly he saw a bag fall off a truck and it landed by the other side of the street.

    “It must be full of expensive things, ”Henry said to himself. “I have to get it, or others will take it away. ”

    He went out of the shop and ran across the street. A driver saw him and began to whistle (鸣笛), but he didn’t hear it and went on running. The man drove aside, hit a big tree and was hurt in the accident. Two weeks later Henry was taken to court (法庭). A judge asked if he heard the whistle when he was running across the street. He said that something was wrong with his ears and he could hear nothing.

    “But you’ve heard me this time.”said the judge.

    “Oh, I’m sorry. Now I can hear with one ear.”

    “Cover the ear with your hand and listen to me with your deaf (聋的)one. Well, can you hear me? ”

    “No, I can’t. sir.”

 63. What was Mr. King? (   )

 A. a driver               B. a doctor              C. a policeman                D. a shopkeeper

 64. Why did Mr. King want to send Henry away? (   )

A. Because Henry was too lazy.                 B. Because Henry hoped to be rich.

C. Because Henry finished middle school.   D. Because Henry sold few books.

 65. Why did Henry say that he was deaf? (   )

 A. He wanted to have a joke with the judge.    B. He wanted to get the judge’s help

C. He wanted to find another piece of work    D. He didn’t want to pay for the accident.

 

IV. Task-based reading

Instructions: 阅读下列材料,从所给的六个选项(ABCDEF)中,选出符合各小题要求的最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。选项中有一项是多余选项。

 

The people below are going to make a trip in Australia. After the description of these people, there is information about six advertisements of organized tours A-F. Decide which tours would be most suitable for the person mentioned in descriptions 1-5 and then mark the correct letter (A-F) on your answer sheet. There is one extra paragraph about one tour which you do not need to use.

____1. Victor is fond of nature and adventure and he is making a study tour into geology in Australia. So he wants to make a whole day trip, enjoy the natural beauty and study geological phenomena as well.

____2. Vanessa is planning a short city tour of Sydney so that she can enjoy the highlights of the city and attend an important lecture given by Professor Brown Smith at 2:00 pm at the University of Sydney.

____3. Charlie and his friends are making their first journey in Australia. Having traveled around the city of Sydney, they plan to visit Canberra, the capital and political center of the country.

____4. Jenny, a European woman with her children is visiting her relatives in Australia. They want to relax themselves by enjoying the sunshine on the sandy beaches along the coast and have fun with dolphins.

____5. Mike and Susan are from Brazil. They have been traveling in Australia for a couple of days. This weekend, they would like to have a change and travel to the countryside to have some idea of Australia grape farming and wine producing instead of making city tours around.

 

A.City Highlights, Manly Beach, Northern Beaches

Tour the highlights of Sydney, then cross the Sydney Harbor Bridge to Manly and the Northern Beaches. Capture the beauty and lifestyle of the harbor city from Gray Line’s specially selected vantage points.

Departs: 8:30am                             Adult: $51.00

Returns: 11:50am                            Child:25.50

 B. New Parliament House, National Museum,Australian War Memorial

The nation’s capital---a purpose built city, ultra modern, with imposing architecture yet a rural charm of lakeside, gardens and open spaces. This hi-tech city is the seat of Parliament and home of superb national monuments, museums and galleries.

Departs: 8:30am                             Adult: $110.00

Returns: 9:15pm                             Child:$55.00

 C. Cuddle a Koala, Kangaroos, Harbour LuncheonCruise

Observe and meet our unique native animals with ample opportunity to get to know the Cuddly Koala. Then enjoy a spectacular luncheon cruise on beautiful Sydney Harbour. You can choose between the Matilda Cruises Sailing Catamarans, the streamlined Captain Cook Cruisers or Magistic Cruises.

Departs: 8:40am                             Adult: $115.00

Returns: 2:00pm                             Child: $57.50

 D. Hunter Valley Wineries, Wine Tasting,Traditional Aussie Towns

 

World acclaimed Australian wines from the vineyards of the rolling hills and valleys of the Hunter region.The Hunter Valley is Australia’s oldest commercial wine producing district with over 7,000 acres under vine. Visit historic Wollombi and the Old Tavern, tour Cessnock and the lower Hunter Valley noted for its early Australiana townships and try local cheeses that compliment fine wines.

Departs: 8:40am                             Adult: $127.00

Returns: 6:45pm                             Child: $63.50

 E. Port Stephens, Central Coast Beaches, NorthCoast, Dolphin Watching

Discover the beautiful Central Coast north of Sydney with its holiday villages, white sandy beaches and the sparkling Pacific Ocean.

Ride the wave crests with the Dolphins in the azure waters of sheltered Port Stephens where forests, villages and stately homes meet with the sea. This quiet arm of the blue Pacific Ocean is home to a pod of nature’s most lovable and intelligent marine mammals.

Departs: 8:30am                             Adult: $126.00

Returns: 7:00pm                             Child: $63.00

 F. Jenolan Caves, Blue Mountains, AdventureCaves

The Blue Mountains National Park is a kaleidoscope of contrasts and colour rich in Australian bush and wildlife, always with a distant blue haze horizon. Spectacular Jenolan Caves --- the brilliance and timelessness of nature are revealed. Been thralled with the beauty of these ancient limestone caves.

Departs: 8:40am                             Adult:$114.00

 

V.  Word spelling (1*10=10)

Instructions: Fill in the blanks with the CORRECT form of the word.

1. Benjamin Franklin discovered that l_________ is actually electrcity by his kite experiment.

2. Kunming is the capital of Yunnan Proveince in s_________ China.

3. We decided to make a v_________ down the Yellow River to the sea.

4. It is because his v_________ is not big enough that he can’t express himself well in English.

5. www.expo2010.cn is the o_________ website of the 2010 Expo in Shanghai China.

6. Now the weather is becoming colder _________. (逐渐的)

7. He practises speaking English every day so he speaks _________ (流利的) English.

8. When you are facing an earthquake, the first thing you have to do is to stay _________. (镇定的)

9. It rains _________ (经常性的) these days, which makes him very upset.

10. From his strong _________ (口音) we can easily tell he is from London.

VI. Translation:

    Instructions: Use what you have learned in U1-2 to complete the following sentences. One word for each blank ONLY.

 

1. 在地震中,杰克森一家经历了许多苦难。

In the earthquake, the Jackson family ________ ________ a lot of sufferings.

 

2. 我还清楚的记得曾经有一段时间我疯狂地迷恋上了武侠小说。

I still remember quite clearly that there was a time ________ I ________ ________ ________ martial arts novels.

 

3. 学生们被要求必须在参观博物馆时保持安静。

It is ________ that the students ________ keep quiet when in the museum.

 

4. 每天都有大量的游客涌入上海世博园。

Every day, ________ ________ ________ ________ visitors pay a visit to the Expo Garden in Shanghai.

 

KEYS

I  11-20  A A C D B  D B B D D  21-30  D D C C B  D A B C C

II  31-40   C A B A B  C B C A D   41-50   B A D C A  B C B C B

III  51-54 D C B A    55-58 A C B D   59-62  D A D A   63-65  D A D

IV  1-5  F A B E D

V 1 lightning 2 Southwestern 3 voyage 4 vocabulary 5 official

    6 gradually  7 fluent  8 calm  9 frequently 10 accent

VI  1 went through      2 when / was crazy about

3 requested / should  4 a large number of / a big number of    

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