2011---2012 学年度下学期高二期末测试 英 语 试 题
注意事项： 1.本试卷分为卷Ⅰ和卷Ⅱ两部分，考试时间 120 分钟，满分 150 分。2.将卷Ⅰ答案用 2B 铅 笔涂在答题卡上, 卷Ⅱ用 0.5cm 黑色签字笔答在答题纸上。 第 I 卷 （共 105 分） 第一部分 听力（共两节，满分 30 分） 该部分分为第一、第二两节。注意: 回答听力部分时，请先
将答案标在试卷上。听力部 分结束前，你将有两分钟的时间将你的答案转涂到客观题答题卡上。 第一节（共 5 小题；每小题 1.5 分，满分 7.5 分） 1. How did the woman feel when she was called by the head? A. She was pleased. B. She was relaxed. C.She was nervous. 2. What is the woman doing? A. Offering help. B. Asking for help. C. Asking for permission 3. Where does this conversation take place? A. In a bookstore. B. In a library. C. In the post office. 4. How much does the man have to pay? A. 20 dollars. B. 30 dollars. C. 40 dollars. 5. What can we learn from the conversation? A. The woman will go to the airport by taxi. B. The woman is asking the man for advice. C. The woman's car has broken down. 第二节（共 15 小题；每小题 1.5 分，满分 22.5 分） 听第 6 段材料，回答第 6-8 题。 6. On which day of February will the painting class start? A. 16th. B. 18th. C. 20th. 7. How many times a week will a learner go to the painting classes? A. Once. B. Twice. C. Three times. 8. How much will a member of the Painting Club pay? A. $ 140. B. $ 100. C. $ 70. 听第 7 段材料，回答第 9-11 题。 9. Where is the man living? A. 17 Mallett Street. B. 70 Mallett Street. C. 17 Marett street. 10. Which house is on fire? A. Number 16. B. Number 18. C. Number 20. 11. Why is there nobody in the house on fire? A. They went shopping. B. They went to work. C. They went abroad on holiday. 听第 8 段材料，回答第 12-14 题。 12. What is Mr. Carson doing when Mr. Prince calls him? A. Attending a meeting. B. Having a talk with his customer. C. Having lunch with his friends. 13. What’s Mr. Prince’s telephone number?
A. 68621427 extension (电话分机) 4063. B. 68262714 extension 4306. C. 68261427 extension 4036. 14. When can Mr. Carson ring Mr. Prince according to the woman? A. In the morning. B. After lunch C. It is not mentioned. 听第 9 段材料，回答第 15-17 题。 15. What do we learn about the woman? A. She is 20. B. She is too old. C. She swims every day. 16. How old was the woman when she was famous? A. She was twenty. B. She was thirteen. C. She was fifteen. 17. What do we learn about the woman from the dialogue? A. She took part in the Olympic Games. B. She still swims for international competitions. C. She used to swim thirty-five miles every day. 听第 10 段材料，回答第 18-20 题。 18. Where did Henry Ford come from? A. Germany. B. America. C. Australia. 19. How much did Henry get every week when he worked in a machine shop? A. $2.15. B. $2.5. C. $5. 20. Which of the following is NOT true according to the speech? A. Henry began to work for money at the age of 6. B. As a boy Henry enjoyed repairing watches and machines. C. Henry was the inventor of the first car. 第二部分 英语知识运用（共两节，满分 35 分） 第一节 语法和词汇知识（共 15 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 15 分） 从 A、B、C、 D 四个选项中，选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项，并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 21. It comes as ______ surprise that ______ dream of space travel will soon come true. A. a; the B. the; the C. the; a D. a; 不填 22．I had to ______ because someone else wanted to use the phone. A. hang on B. keep up C. hang up D. ring up 23．The bell________the end of the period rang，________our heated discussion. A．indicating；interrupting B．indicated；interrupting C．indicating；interrupted D．indicated；interrupted 24 ． These days the government has issued several economic policies that will________prosperity of manufacturing industry. A．accumulate B．accomplish C．access D．accelerate 25. ____ from endless homework on weekends, the students now find their own activities, such as taking a ride together to watch the sunwise. A、Freed B、Freeing C、To free D、having freed 26．The young girl，________in a white uniform，showed me the way to the manager’s office. A．dressed B．having dressed C．dressing D．being dressed
27 ． Although difficult, she finished the job on time. So I think she certainly deserved________. A. being praised B. to be praised C. to praise D. having praised 28. _______ , his idea was accepted by all the people at the meeting . A. Strange as might it sound B. As it might sound strange C. As strange it might should D. Strange as it might sound 29. Many experts stick to the view _____ teacher development is _____ the key to quality education lies. A. which; where B. which; in which C. that; where D. that; in which 30. Can you find me something ______? A. that I can open the tin B. to open the tin C. I can open the tin with D. by which to open the tin 31. Tim Bemers-Lee is generally considered ______ the World Wide Web, on which all the information is shared by all. A. to have founded b. having B. founded C. founding D. to found 32.It is hard for me to imagine what I would be doing today if I _______ in love , at the age of seven , with the Melinda Cox Library in my hometown. A. wouldn’t have fallen B. had not fallen C. should fall D. were to fall 33. Every minute is made good ______ of ______ for the coming national examinations. A. used?preparing B. use?to prepare C. useful?to prepare D. use?preparing 34. We will be for ______ promises to volunteer to help us solve the puzzling problem. A. whoever b. any one of them c. those who d. anyone 35. —I am late，for there is too much traffic on my way to school． —Oh， ．Don’t lie! A．take your time B．come on C．don’t worry D．take it easy 第二节 完形填空（共 20 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 20 分） 阅读下面的短文，掌握其大意，然后从 36 至 55 各题所给的四个选项（A、B、C 和 D） 中选出最佳选项，并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。It was Friday -- the most tiring day of a teacher's week. As I was going to dismiss the class, Jan, who sat behind Bill suddenly shouted, "Teacher, Bill took my dime (=10 cents). It was 36 here by my ink bottle when I went to sharpen my pencil and now it is 37 ” Bill only dropped his head 38 . The dime had 39 been there. I had seen it. And Bill was the only one who had been 40 Jan's desk. By now the children were quiet, obviously waiting for me to 41 action. Perhaps I hadn't slept well the night before; or perhaps it was the expectation in the children's eye. 42 , I lost my control. I scolded Bill for being 43 . "Give Jan her dime," I ordered. Bill didn't say a word in 44 . "Stand up!" he stood beside his seat. 页 take 共 10 页 your shoes!" He did so, 46 to cover "Now turn all your 45 英语试题第 inside out 3 and off one foot with the other to 47 the holes in his socks. But there was no dime. " 48 your desk! " I ordered. Patiently he did so. The dime wasn't there either. He returned the books and papers to his desk without a word. Then he 49 his face in his arms. Immediately I 50 my mistakes. I, the person who could defend him, had failed him.
It was very late that afternoon 51 one of the boys went to the front of the room to sharpen his pencil. "Hey! " he cried, "Here's Jan's dime on the board ledge. She must have put it here when she sharpened her pencil." I felt heartsick. I went to Bill, and 52 him into my arms. "I'm so sorry, Bill. I had no 53 to scold you. Will you pardon me?" Slowly he raised his eyes to 54 . There were no tears but the 55 in his eyes branded (印在) my heart forever. 36. A. only B. very C. straight D. right 37. A. settled B. missed C. disappeared D. gone 38. A. low B. down C. off D. away 39. A. certainly B. directly C. never D. already 40. A. behind B. near C. under D. before 41. A. say B. get C. take D. make 42. A. However B. Anyway C. Even D. Still 43. A. silent B. dishonest C. pride D. careless 44. A. self-satisfaction B. self-defence C. self-respect D. self-service 45. A. clothes B. books C. pockets D. hands 46. A. trying B. getting C. insisting D. thinking 47. A. hide B. fill C. prevent D. stop 48. A. Move B. Lilt C. Push D. Empty 49. A. covered B. touched C. burned D. buried 50. A. recognized B. realized C. thought D. explained 51. A. which B. when C. that D. where 52. A. drew B. placed C. sent D. led 53. A. way B. chance C. excuse D. right 54. A, my B. myself C. mine D. him 55. A. apology B. regret C. hurt D. fear 第三部分 阅读理解（共 20 小题；每小题 2 分，满分 40 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，并在答题卡 上将该项涂黑。 A Brenda Bongos was a happy, artistic girl. She had one big ambition—to play the drums in a band. But one big obstacle lay in her way. To be good enough to play in a band, Brenda had to practice a lot, but she lived next-door to a lot of old people. Many of them are sick. She knew that the sound of beating drums would really get on their nerves. So, she had tried playing in the strangest places: a basement, a kitchen, and even in a shower. But there was always someone it would annoy. One day, while watching a science documentary on TV, she heard that sound cannot travel in space, because there's no air. At that moment, Brenda Bongos decided to become a sort of musical astronaut. With the help of a lot of time, books and work, Brenda built a space bubble. This was a big glass ball connected to a machine which sucked out all the air inside. All that would be left inside was a drum kit（成套设备） and a chair. Brenda got into the space suit she had made, entered the bubble, turned on the machine, and played those drums like a wild child. It wasn't long before Brenda Bongos came very famous. Many people came to see her play in her space bubble. Shortly afterwards she came out of the bubble and started giving concerts. Her fame spread so much that the government suggested that
she be part of a unique space journey. Finally, Brenda was a real musical astronaut, and had gone far beyond her first ambition of playing drums in a band. Years later, when asked how she had achieved all this, she thought for a moment, and said: ''If those old people next – door hadn't mattered so much to me, I wouldn't have found a solution, and none of this would have ever happened.'' 56. Why did Brenda try to play in the strangest places? A. Because she didn't want others to hear her play. B. Because she didn't mean to disturb others. C. Because she didn't have her own room. D. Because she didn’t like her neighbors. 57. Brenda started to give concerts _______. A. after she practiced in her space bubble B. when she became part of the unique space journey C. after she became a real musicalastronaut D. when people came to see her in the space bubble 58. Brenda became famous because _______. A. she was good at music and science B. she became a real musical astronaut C. she invented a special way of practice D. she played well and had a talent 59. Which of the following can be used to describe Brenda? A. Kind, hardworking and clever. B. Brave, kind and hardworking. C. Lovely, brave and kind. D. Nervous, kind and clever. 60. It can be inferred from the text that: " _______". A. He laughs best who laughs last B. It's never too old to learn C. Two heads are better than one D. One good turn deserves another B China plans to make new rules to give more controls over the growing number of blogs and webcasts. Nowadays, advanced network technologies, such as blogging and webcasting, are being improved challenge the government’s ability 英语试题第 5 页 共 to 10 页 to watch over the Internet. Chinese government is in the middle of making new rules over Internet publishing, and blogs and websites publishing webcasts will fall under these rules. Government officials hope the new rules will ensure(保证) a more healthy and active Internet environment and will fully respect and protect Chinese citizens’ freedom of speech. Specific details on what kind of rules will be carried out are still unknown to the public. Despite the growing popularity, bloggers and webcasters have been unpopular with publication institutions.
In 2006, a series of cases involving bloggers who had dived into other people’s privacy and written materials ruining other’s fame urged the government to consider whether to require bloggers to use their real names when they login in. Webcasting without copyright and illegally “copying” products from copyrighted materials have also led government officials to consider starting a nationwide check of online video broadcasting, and allow only qualified websites to continue offering webcasts. 61．What can be the best title of the passage? A．Technologies Challenge the Government B．New Rules to Control Internet Publishing C．The Increases of Blogs and Webcasts D．The Popularity of Online Video Broadcasting 62．Chinese government thinks current Internet environment is _________. A．rather hopeful B．less active C．quite healthy D．less controlled 63．What will happen if more controls are given by the government? A．Online video broadcasting will disappear. B．Network technologies will be slowed down C．Publishing webcasts will gradually go down. D．Bloggers and webcasters will avoid real names. 64．What does the underlined expression “login in” probably mean? A．Apply for something. B．Chat with others. C．Have a heated discussion. D．Log on the website. 65．Which of the following is TURE according to the passage? A．Publication institutions are unhappy with bloggers and webcasters. B．Copyrighted materials can only be offered to qualified websites. C．Webcasters are quite aware of the copyright issues while online. D．All bloggers and webcasters like to dig out other people’s privacy. C When you see homework covering the kitchen table and toys are piling up around the sofa，you probably wish there was a bit more space．You are not alone．Nearly a third of parents say they feel squeezed into their homes but cannot afford to move to a bigger property，a report reveals today． Twenty—nine percent say ‘their property is too small to fit the size of their family’—rising to 40 percent for those 34 and under ． One in four children is ‘forced to share’ a bedroom， according to the Finda Property， com website． Property analyst Samantha Baden said：“Afford ability remains a key issue for families， 英语试题第 6 页 共 10 页 with the average cost of a three-bedroom home around ￡193,000．”Very few can afford to buy—or to rent—a property of the size they want and in the area they desire to live in，according to Miss Baden． A recent report，from investment firm LV，also found that many‘ space—starved parents’ are pushed into a two—bedroom home which was perfect when they were a young couple， but has no space for three or so children． Grown—up children who cannot afford to leave home are also adding to the problem facing families in Britain's
‘big squeeze’． For a home to be the correct size, which means it is not overcrowded，parents must have their own bedroom．Children under ten can share, as well as same—sex children between ten and 20．Anyone over 21 also needs their own room． The report comes as official figures，published yesterday by the Land Registry， revealing house prices are falling sharply in every region except London ． The worst—hit area is the North East，where, average house prices have fallen to below ￡100,000 for the first time in seven years. However，they remain unaffordable for millions． 66．According to Paragraph 1，the report reveals . A．some families can't afford a bigger property B．children like to do homework in the kitchen C．only a few families have housing problem D．people are satisfied with their living condition 67．What Miss Baden said in Paragraph 2 means . A．most families don't have enough money yet B．no family could afford a three—bedroom home C．it is common to live in a three—bedroom home D．the price of a bigger property is still acceptable 68．The report from the investment firm LV shows . A．young couples should live in a two—bedroom home B．families with three or so children couldn't afford a home C．parents should buy houses for their grown—up children D．some grown—up children couldn't afford a separate home 69．According to the passage，the right size for a home means A．parents should have a bedroom of their own B．anyone over 21 needs to live in their own home C．children under ten should share parents’ bedroom D．children under 20 should have their own bedroom 70．What can we learn from the last paragraph? A．House prices are falling down everywhere． B．People are able to buy a home of correct size． C．The North East is now all area．suitable to live in． D．The house prices in London has not fallen down． D Everybody is happy as his pay rises. Yet pleasure at your own can disappear if you learn that a fellow worker has been given a bigger one. Indeed, if he is known as being lazy, you might even be quite cross （发脾气的）. Such behavior is regarded 英语试题第 7页 共 10 页 as “all too human”, with the underlying belief that other animals would not be able to have this finely developed sense of sadness. But a study by Sarah Brosnan of Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia, which has just been published in Nature, suggests that it is all too monkey, as well. The researchers studied the behaviors of some kind of female brown monkeys. They look smart. They are good-natured, co-operative creatures, and they share their food
happily. Above all, like female human beings, they tend to pay much closer attention to the value of “goods and services” than males. Such characteristics make them perfect subjects for Doctor Brosnan’s study. The researchers spent two years teaching their monkeys to exchange tokens (奖券) for food. Normally, the monkeys were happy enough to exchange pieces of rock for pieces of cucumber. However, when two monkeys were placed in separate and connected rooms, so that each other could observe what the other is getting in return for its rock, they became quite different. In the world of monkeys，grapes are excellent goods (and much preferable to cucumbers). So when one monkey was handed a grape in exchange for her token, the second was not willing to hand hers over for a mere piece of cucumber. And if one received a grape without having to provide her token in exchange at all, the other either shook her own token at the researcher, or refused to accept the cucumber. Indeed, the mere presence of a grape in the other room (without an actual monkey to eat it) was enough to bring about dissatisfaction in a female monkey. The researches suggest that these monkeys, like humans, are guided by social senses. In the wild, they are co-operative and group-living. Such co-operation is likely to be firm only when each animal feels it is not being cheated. Feelings of anger when unfairly treated, it seems, are not the nature of human beings alone. Refusing a smaller reward completely makes these feelings clear to other animals of the group. However, whether such a sense of fairness developed independently in monkeys and humans, or whether it comes from the common roots that they had 35 million years ago, is, as yet, an unanswered question. w.w.^w..c.#o@m 71. According to the passage, which of the following statements is TRUE? A. Only monkeys and humans can have the sense of fairness in the world. B. Women will show more dissatisfaction than men when unfairly treated. C. In the wild, monkeys are never unhappy to share their food with each other. D. Monkeys can exchange cucumbers for grapes, for grapes are more attractive. 72. The underlined statement “it is all too monkey” means that ________. A. monkeys are also angry with lazy fellows B. feeling angry at unfairness is also monkey’s nature C. monkeys, like humans, tend to be envious of each other D. no animals other than monkeys can develop such feelings 73. Female monkeys of this kind are chosen for the research most probably because they are ____. A. more likely to pay attention to the value of what they get B. attentive to researchers’ instructions C. nice in both appearance and behaviors D. more ready to help others than their male companions 74.Which of the following conclusions is TRUE according to the passage? A. Human beings' feelings of 英语试题第 anger are 8 developed from the monkeys. 页 共 10 页 B. In the research, male monkeys are less likely to exchange food with others. C. Co-operation between monkeys stays firm before the realization of being cheated.
D. Only monkeys and humans have the sense of fairness dating back to 35 million years ago. 75. What can we infer about the monkeys in Sarah’s study? A. The monkeys can be trained to develop social senses. B. They usually show their feelings openly as humans do. C. The monkeys may show their satisfaction with equal treatment. D. Co-operation among the monkeys remains effective in the wild. 第 II 卷 （共 45 分） 第四部分 书面表达（共两节，满分 45 分） 第一节 阅读表达（第 77 题 2 分，第 76、78、80 题 3 分，第 79 题 4 分，满分 15 分） 阅读下面的短文并回答问题，然后将答案定到答题纸相应的位置上（清注意问题后的 词数要求）。  The kids get home from school—tired, hungry and looking for entertainment. The last thing they want to do is to get on with their homework. However, at this very time, parents often remind the kids to do their homework by nagging（唠叨） and cajoling（哄骗）. If that doesn’t work, homework wars break out. But with some basic rules and good habits, they can be avoided.  When it comes to preparing your kids for homework success, one of the first things to begin is the environment they are working in. Not all children will like working alone in their bedrooms. Come children might prefer to study at the kitchen table, and providing that location works for the family, there’s no reason to force them into another room.  Try to keep the house relatively quiet and free of distractions. If you’re worried you can’t provide the right equipment or environment at home, see whether the local library could offer an alternative place to study. Also, some schools will offer homework clubs, where students can complete homework and seek help from a supervising teacher if needed.  Once you’ve got the study environment sorted, think about when it is _____ for homework to be done. If children are old enough to make plans, it can be worth sitting down together and breaking projects into smaller tasks to be completed on different nights. This can stop kids form feeling overwhelmed（被压垮）and it also teaches them time management skills.  If you follow the above rules, you can avoid homework wars down the track. And if tensions are rising at home around homework, remember that a little bit of kindness can go a long way. 76. What’s the main idea of the text? (no more than 12 words) (3 分) _______________________________________________________________________________ 77. List two other ideal places for children to study in apart from a quiet room at home. (no more than 8 words)（2 分） ① ___________________________________ ② ___________________________________ 78. Fill in the blank in Paragraph 4 with proper words. (no more than 5 words) （3 分）
_____________________________________________________________________________ 79. How do you avoid homework wars in your family except the rules listed in the 英语试题第 9 页 共 10 页 passage? (no more than 30 words)（4 分） ______________________________________________________________________________ 80. Translate the underlined sentence in Paragraph 2 into Chinese. （3 分） ______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ 第二节：书面表达 （共 1 题；满分 30 分） 假设你是 Teens 报纸的读者 Tom，请你根据所给的背景材料给 Peter 写封回信。内容包括： 1． 分析 Peter 父母不同意的理由； 2． 你给 Peter 的具体建议。 背景材料： Teens 总 428（9/2011）期 编者按：本期刊登了 Peter 的来信，欢迎读者就信中谈到的问题进行分析并提出建议。 Editor, I’m a boy of 18 in Senior two. I like arts, especially dancing. I want to attend a hip-hop training course on the weekend, but my parents don’t permit me to. I’m very upset and need your advice. Peter 注意： 1．词数 120 左右； 2． 文章的开头已经给出，不计入总词数。 Dear Peter, You are very upset that your parents don’t permit you to attend a hip-hop training course on the weekend?.
2011---2012 学年度下学期期末测试 英 语 试 题 2012.07 参考答案 第 I 卷（共 105 分） 第一部分：听力（共 20 小题；每小题 1。5 分，满分 30 分） 1-10 CCABC 6-10 CBCAB 11-15 CACBA 16-20CABBA 第二部分： 英语知识运用（共 35 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 35 分） 21-25ACADA 26-30ABDCC 31-35AABAB 36—40 DDBAD 41—45 CBBCC 46—50 AADDB 51—55 CACCC 第三部分 阅读理解 （共 20 小题；每小题 2 分，满分 40 分） 56-60 BACAD 61—65 BDCDA 66-70：AADAD 71-75BBACC 第Ⅱ卷（共 45 分） 第一节 阅读表达（第 77 题 2 分，第 76、78、80 题 3 分，第 79 题 4 分，满分 15 分） 76. How to avoid homework wars / Homework wars can be avoided with some basic rules and good habit. / Rules and habits to avoid homework wars. (3 分) 77. ① The local library ② School homework clubs（2 分） 78. the best / proper / good time; suitable （3 分） 79.open (4 分) 80. 当说到准备成功地让孩子去完成作业，首当其冲就是从孩子的学习环境开始(3 分) 第二节 书面表达 Impossible version: Dear Peter, You are very upset that your parents don’t permit you to attend a hip-hop training course on the weekend.I understand your situation. Maybe your parents are worried that you will spend so much time on it that your study will be affected. I suggest you have a good talk with your parents. You can also turn to your dance teacher for help. You should make your parents aware of the benefits of the training class. For example, the training will build up your body and make your mind relaxed. Good health and a sharp mind will certainly contribute to better study results in turn. What’s more, you can communicate with more people and learn a lot about society. Of course, you must practise that you will not spend too much time on it. I’m sure your parents will agree with you in the end. Yours , Tom