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桂梧高中2017-2018学年度第二学期高二期末亚博pt官网
英  语  试  题
(时间:120分钟, 总分:150分)
注意事项:
本试卷分第Ⅰ卷选择题(含听力)和第Ⅱ卷非选择题两部分。
作答时,务必将答案写在答题卡上。写在本试卷及草稿纸上无效。
第Ⅰ卷
第一部分 听力(共两节,满分30分)
做题时,现将答案标在试卷上,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。
(  )1. What ice cream does the woman recommend?
         A. The banana.        B. The strawberry.       C. The cheesecake.
(  )2. What is important among friends in the woman’s opinion?
         A. Humour.           B. Honesty.            C. Unselfishness.
(  )3. When was the train due to arrive?
         A. At 9:14            B. At 9: 20             C. At 9:40
(  )4. What do we know about the man?
         A. He won’t attend the opening ceremony.
         B. He is disappointed with the woman.
         C. He is in a great hurry.
(  )5. Where is the man now?
        A. On Hornby      B. On Nelson Street     C. On West Hasting Street
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。
听第6段材料,回答第6和第7题。
(  )6.What is wrong with the man?
      A. He’s got a toothache.  B. He’s got a backache.  C. He’s got a headache.
(  )7. What is the purpose of using a towel?
      A. To make the onion work more effectively.
      B. To keep the onion halves where they are.
      C. To keep the skin clean and dry.
听第7段材料,回答第8和第9题。
(  )8. Where are the speakers probably?
       A. At a hotel.         B. At a lock store.         C. At a suitcase shop.
(  )9. What is the man asking for?
       A. A new suitcase.      B. A standard lock.        C. A spare key.
听第8段材料,回答第10至第12题。
(  )10. What are the speakers talking about?
        A. The man’s good old days.      B. The man’s special friends.
        C. The man’s unpleasant experiences. 
(  )11. How did the man spend his days when he was 12?
         A. He played a lot.             B. He often visited museums. 
 C. he began to work part-time.
(  )12. Why did the man stay in the museum one night?
         A. To play a joke on a security guard.
         B. To make up frightening stories.
         C. To find out if any of the things moved.
听第9段材料,回答第13至第16题。
(  )13. What is the relationship between the speakers?
         A. Brother and sister.   B. Husband and wife.   C. Father and daughter.
(  )14. What were the temperatures today?
         A. In the 60s.          B. In the 70s.         C. In the 80s.
(  )I5. What does the man think the weather will be like tomorrow if he eats beef tonight?
        A. Rainy.               B. Sunny.            C. Cloudy.
(  )16. What does the woman think of what the man says?
        A. Ridiculous.           B. Reasonable.        C. Interesting.
听第10段材料,回答第17至第20题。
(  )17. What does the speaker talk about?
         A. How to cook roast beef.         B. How to make beef steak pudding.
         C. How to make Yorkshire pudding.
(  )18. How much milk is need?
         A. One cup.            B. One teaspoon         C. Half a cup.
(  )19. What does the speaker do right after mining the ingredients(配料)?
         A. He adds two more eggs to the mixture.
         B. He pour a bit of oil into a baking pan.
         C. He puts a baking pan into the oven(烤箱).
(  )20. How long does it take to bake the dish.
         A. 30 minutes.          B. 20 minutes.         C. A few minutes.
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选项涂黑
A
Summer Pre-college Programs at Johns Hopkins help you prepare for your change from high school to college. Our pre-college programs have learning, sports, and activities to give high school students a great introduction to college life.
A COMMON WEEKDAY AT HOPKINS
Every day at Hopkins is special, but here is a sample of what you can expect on campus:
8.30 a.m.	Get out of bed and head to Fresh Food Cafe where you can enjoy a bagel, eggs, fruit, and more on your way to class.		9.30 a.m.	Take your notebook and pen ( or your laptop) don’t be late for class		12.00 p.m.	What’s one great thing about college? Long lunch breaks. enjoy a leisurely lunch with friends , catch up on homework, or workout at the gym.		1.30 p.m.	Back to class, but not always in the classroom. Many classes take field trips around Baltimore to museums, local businesses, and hospitals.		4.00 p.m.	Your summer, your way. Sign up for the activities you want to do. Choose from sports, shopping, museums, beaches, and more.		6.00 p.m.	Dinner time. Enjoy the unlimited pieces at Fresh Food Café. Hopkins has some of the best food of any college campus.		8.00 p.m.	Movies. Karaoke Night. Ice Cream Social. Talent Show. You will never forget the memories you make with your friends at Hopkins.		11.00 p.m.	Order a pizza, watch a movie, or play video games in the lounge. After a full day, it’s nice to relax with friends.		
(   ) 21. Whom is the program designed for?
A. The teenager’s parents.       
B. The students in Johns Hopkins.
C. The graduates from a college.  
D. Those who are about to begin their college life.
(   ) 22. What does the members do at 4:00 pm?
A. Do homework.                    B. Exercise at the gym.
C. Do different activities.              D. Watch a movie.
(   ) 23. What is one great thing of Johns Hopkins?
A. The field trip classes.               B. The best food at dinner.
C. The early time to get up.             D. The short lunch breaks.
B
Jack was born without eyes. He’s very lucky with his timing. He grew up having other kittens to play and socialize with, and was used to people from the moment he was born since there are always kids hanging around the barn. However, when it came time to find the kittens homes, no one knew where Jack would end up.
That’s when I got an e-mail from my friend. All she asked was “Do you still want one of the kittens? There’s one here with no eyes and no one can take him.” Without thinking I told her that I did want the kitten.
When we first brought him home Jack stayed mostly in my room. After about a day he had no issues running around, jumping onto my bed and climbing on everything. At times he gets lost in the house, and he stops. But we just call his name and talk to him and it isn’t long before he finds his way back to us.
Also, a few weeks after getting Jack, we got a new farm cat named Bear. Bear and Jack have become best friends. It doesn’t matter that he can’t see. Jack always knows when Bear is around. He’ll run across the yard straight to Bear and wrap his front legs around his neck in a big hug. They chase each other around and wrestle, and when they’re tired they’ll lie down in the grass together.
Jack is truly an inspiration. I’ve owned a lot of kittens in my life, but Jack is the happiest, most playful. He doesn’t feel sorry for himself. He doesn’t need pity. Jean, owner of Gumbo, another eyeless cat, said, “Cats don’t have disabilities; they have adaptability”.
(   ) 24. Why did Jack come to the author’s home?
     A. He cared for an eyeless cat.         
B. He didn’t mind whether he was blind
     C. No other young cat kept him company. 
D. His friend begged him to take him home.
(   ) 25. Which of the following statements is true?
A. Jack often wrestles with Bear indoor.
B. Jack likes to play with a new eyeless cat.
C. Jack can adapt to the new environment quickly.
D. Jack is good at talking and playing with people.
(   ) 26. What does the underline word “issues” in paragraph 3 mean?
A. Trouble.         B. Fun.        C. Luck.        D. Business.
(   ) 27. What can we learn from the passage?
A. A cat has nine lives.          
B. All is well that ends well.
C. God help those who help themselves. 
D. A good beginning makes a good ending.
C
?Sorry, but I don’t agree with you…” This is usually followed by unbearable silence and angry tears. I’ve always found it difficult to disagree with someone because I don’t want to lose a friend. I’ve found it even harder to accept it when someone disagrees with me, because my ego (自尊心) is hurt.
Before the other person gets a chance to explain why she disagrees with me, my usual response would be, “If you aren’t able to see my point of view, then what you think isn’t worth my time or consideration, either.” But now I’ve come to realize that when a friend disagrees with me, sometimes she is simply saying, “I don’t agree with the way things are done.” She still respects me as a person, and is only pointing out a better way to look at a matter. However, there may be times when my friend disagrees with me because I’m against the truth. That’s when I need to listen to what she says.
I’ve learned that for me one way to help my friend is to be open and honest with the other to voice my thoughts and listen to the other carefully. While we can’t control how a person will respond to our views, we must learn to disagree with our friends in love. We will never feel that we are better than the other person. And that will help us to be less emotional, and more objective in the way we express our opinions. In the same way, we can also stay open to feedback (反馈) from others, knowing that our friends may be correcting us in love.
Good friendships build each other up, sometimes through disagreements and honest opinions. Though I don’t like being disagreed with, I’m starting to see the value of such disagreements.
(   ) 28. The author has found it difficult to disagree with someone because ______. 
A. he is a friendly person           B. he usually hides his ideas
C. he has no mind of his own        D. he wants to keep the friendship
(   ) 29. When a friend disagreed with him, the author used to _______.
A. be unhappy                     B. argue with the friend
C. break up with the friend           D. explain things calmly
(   ) 30. The author will listen to a friend when _______.
A. he is against the truth             B. he doesn’t tell the truth
C. he is respected by the friend        D. he does things in the wrong way
(   ) 31. What does the author mainly talk about in the text?
A. How to keep friendship.         B. How to avoid hurting a friend.
C. How to express disagreements.   D. How to deal with disagreements.
D
The World Health Organization (WHO) said that processed meat may be carcinogenic (致癌). Do you still dare eat cancer-linked processed meat? Here are some comments on the website.
Bill (Australia): I’d rather live a short, pleasant life than a long, unhappy one, denying(拒绝给予) myself tasty food just because some experts say it’s not healthy. We should all enjoy the one life we have ---if I had listened to every piece of health advice I would never go anywhere, eat anything or enjoy life in any way. So, I won’t change my habit. I am going to have bacon sandwich, a glass of wine, a burger, or a can of coke whenever I fell like it.
Tim (America): Is meat really as bad as smoking? I don’t think so. According to the WHO, 34,000 people die worldwide per year because they eat processed meat. In 2012, 8.2 million people died of cancer worldwide. That means if you eat a lot of processed meat you have a chance of being among the 0.41 percent of people dying of cancer because of processed meat. I’ll take the chance.
Helen (Switzerland): The WHO doesn’t say that just one bite of meat causes cancer; it is rather saying that people should vary their diet. People who eat more meat often have other unhealthy habits. They usually eat fewer fruits and vegetables and they also often exercise less.
Van (China): Perhaps this report will make people consider becoming vegetarians (素食者). So for your health, the environment and future generations, it is not difficult; it just needs a change of attitude. There is a vast variety of other delicious food available to enjoy.
(   ) 32. What if Bill has to change his habit?
A. He’ll feel unhappy.              B. He’ll live a pleasant life.
C. He’ll go on a diet.               D. He’ll become a vegetarian.
(   ) 33.What does Tim think about eating processed meat ?
A. Too risky.                      B. Fairly safe.    
C. Popular worldwide.              D. Very unhealthy.
(   ) 34.What may be Helen a response to WHO’s warning?
A. Caring little about it.                  B. Eating whatever she likes.
C. Varying the diet and doing exercise.      D. Taking a diet without meat.
(   ) 35.Who have the most similar viewpoints?
A. Bill and Tim.                     B. Tim and Helen.   
C. Helen and Van.                   D. Bill and Van.
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。
As we know, everyone can make mistakes, but don’t worry about it. The following is what we should do when we make mistakes.
• Just admit it. Don’t think that our mistakes are caused by others.  36    Don’t blame other people, and don’t cheat ourselves, either.
•  37  .In order to stop the problem from getting worse, we should act quickly to solve it. If we don’t act and deal with the problem quickly, it’ll only make us feel more stressed. Also it is necessary to make a plan of action and correct the mistake according to it.  38  .
•   39  .Those who have made the most mistakes can get an A, for they are the ones who have learned the most. The more we learn from our mistakes, the cleverer we are.
•  40   .What caused us to make the mistake? How can we avoid making the same mistake in the future? When we act with a method to get a good result, do it that way next time. If we don’t, we should stop, think about it, change it and try again.
A. Realize that making mistakes is the best way to learn.
B. Don’t be afraid of failure.
C. Be brave and face the fact that we have made the mistakes.
D. Solve it at once.
E. So be away from stress.
F. So decide quickly and act.
G. Think about what we can learn from our mistakes.
第三部分  英语知识运用(共两节,满分45分)
第一节 完形填空(共20小题;每题1.5分,满分30分)
阅读下面短文,从短文后各题所给的四个选项(A, B, C和D)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。
A man was traveling in the mountains and stayed in a hotel for the night. He was a great fighter and spent his lifetime fighting for freedom. He was   41  that in the hotel there was a beautiful parrot in a golden cage, continually   42    “Freedom!” The man thought, “I have seen many parrots, and I believe they all want   43  , but I have never seen such a parrot whose whole day is spent in   44   its dream.” Suddenly, he had a(n)
 _45   . In the middle of that night, when the hotel owner was   46  , he got up and  opened the door of the cage. He   47   to the parrot, “Now get out.” 
Then, he was very  48  . The parrot was clinging (抓住) to the bars of the cage. He said to the bird again and again, “Have you   49   about freedom? Just get out! The door is   50   and your owner is asleep; nobody will ever   51  . You just fly into the sky; the whole   52   is yours.” 
The parrot was clinging so deeply, so   53   that the man said, “What is the matter? Are you   54  ?” He tried to take the parrot out with his   55  , but the parrot started pecking (啄) at him, and at the same time it was still shouting “Freedom!” However, the man was also   56  . He pulled the parrot out and   57   it into the sky. He was very satisfied   58   his hand was hurt.
In the morning, when the man was   59  , he heard the parrot shouting again. He thought perhaps the parrot was sitting on a tree or on a rock, but when he came out, the parrot was sitting in the   60  . The door was open. 
(   ) 41.	A. tired		B. amazed	C. disappointed	D. embarrassed		(   ) 42.	A. reading	B. writing	C. singing	D. repeating		(   ) 43. 	A. freedom 	B. sisters	C. punishment 	D. friends		(   ) 44.	A. putting forward	B. talking about		C. making up 	D. shouting out 		(   ) 45.	A. rest	B. seat 		C. idea 	D. duty		(   ) 46.	A. asleep	B. foolish	C. busy	D. careless		(   ) 47.	A. cried	B. whispered	C. called	 D. screamed		(   ) 48. 	A. happy	B. relaxed	C. sad 	D. surprised		(   ) 49.	A. worried	B. talked	C. forgotten 	D. heard 		(   ) 50.	A. new	B. open	C. locked	D. small		(   ) 51.	A. agree	B. recognize	C. blame	D. know		(   ) 52.	A. house	B. sky	C. roof	D. yard		(   ) 53. 	A. hard	B. fast	C. excitedly	D. directly		(   ) 54.	A. glad	B. crazy	C. painful	D. upset		(   ) 55.	A. foot		B. head	C. hand 	D. back		(   ) 56.	A. brave	B. strange	C. stubborn	D. grateful		(   ) 57.	A. looked	B. threw	C. carried	D. lifted		(   ) 58.	A. therefore	B. unless	C. since	D. although		(   ) 59.	A. showing up	B. coming back	C. cheering up	D. waking up		(   ) 60.	A. cage	B. box	C. room	D. hotel			  		                
第Ⅱ卷
第三部分 英语知识运用 
第二节 (共10分;每小题1.5分,满分15分)
阅读下面,在空白处填入适当的内容(个单词)或括号内单词的正确形式。ang is no exception. He has shown great interest   63   study since he was a schoolboy. His wonderful academic performance enabled him to be admitted to Nanjing University of Traditional Chinese Medicine. It was at university   64   he had a strong desire to be a presenter. As a result, he worked very hard
    65   (achieve) his dream. His hard work finally   66   (pay) off when he became a presenter of a programme   67   (name) News in 30 minutes, which made him rise to fame overnight.   68   working at CCTV, he was hard-working and modest as well. His career reached a new height after Lang became a presenter of News Broadcast. 
    When interviewed, he said that he had climbed Mount Qomolangma in his career a presenter. He still wanted to change   69   ( he ) in other fields. However, his resignation will never stop    70    (teenagers) dreams. A broadcasting student says that CCTV remains the stage that he has been dreaming of.
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处错误,每句中最多有两处。错误涉及一个单词的增加、删除或修改。
    增加:在缺词处加一个漏字符号(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。
Dear Mandy,
I’m not doing well in my lessons at school, especial in maths. My dad says I must try hard because he wants me go to university. He thinks I’m lazy, but it’s not true. I work really hard, often study late into the night! I’ve tried to talk to my mother, but she always said I have to work as hard like my brother. My brother doesn’t study very hard, and he always gets excellent grades. It’s not fair!
The only thing I like it is art. My teacher says I’m the best student she’s had for year. When I told my dad, all he said was, “You mustn’t waste your time in art. You must focus your mind in you lessons!” I’m feeling quite puzzling what to do now. Would you please help me out? Thanks a lot!
                                            Yours sincerely,
                                                    Lisa 
第二节 书面表达  (25分)
假定你是李华,你的英国朋友Bob在给你的邮件中提到他对广西文化很感兴趣,并请你推荐一个了解广西文化的好去处。请你给Bob回信,内容包括:
1. 推荐去处:广西民族博物馆(Guangxi Museum of Nationalities);
2. 推荐理由: 最大民族(ethnic)文化博物馆;典型文化代表--铜鼓(bronze drum)
3. 邀请Bob来南宁参观。
注意:
1.词数100左右;
2. 可以适当增加细节,以使行文连贯。
Dear Bob,
_____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
Yours,
Li Hua
2017-2018学年度第二学期高二期末考答案
一、听力
1-5 ABBCB   6-10 CBACA  11-15 ACCBB  16-20 ACCBA
二、阅读理解
21-23 DCB  24-27 BCAC  28-31 DAAD  32-35 ABCA  36-40CDFAG
三、完形填空
41-45 BDADC  46-50 ABDCB  	51-55 DBABC  	56-60 CBDDA
四、语法填空
  61. actually     62. jobs      63. in       64. that     65. to achieve  66. paid        67. named    68. While/when  69. himself  70. teenagers’
五、短文改错
Dear Mandy,
I’m not doing well in my lessons at school, especial in maths. My dad says I 
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must try hard because he wants me  go to university. He thinks I’m lazy, but 
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it’s not true. I work really hard, often study late into the night! I’ve tried to talk
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to my mother, but she always said I have to work as hard like my brother. My 
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brother doesn’t study very hard, and he always gets excellent grades. It’s not fair!                          but
The only thing I like it is art. My teacher says I’m the best student she’s had
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for year. When I told my dad, all he said was, “You mustn’t waste your time in
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art. You must focus your mind in you lessons!” I’m feeling quite puzzling what
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to do now. Would you please help me out? Thanks a lot!
                                            Yours sincerely,
                                                    Lisa
六、书面表达
Dear Bob,
I’m glad to hear that you’re greatly interested in Guangxi culture, and I’d like to recommend you a good place to learn more about it in Nanning — Guangxi Museum of Nationalities.
The museum, the largest of its kind in Guangxi, displays the traditional ethnic culture. There are varieties of exhibits, such as architectures, food, costumes and musical instruments. The bronze drum is a typical symbol of Guangxi culture and is widely used in all kinds of ceremonies. People hit bronze drums to pray for rain and a good harvest and celebrate important festivals. Besides, visitors can have a better understanding of the real objects displayed in the museum with the help of the guides.
Welcome to Nanning and wish you a wonderful tour here.
Yours,
Li Hua





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