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          高二英语下册期中考试试题及答案

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          1970-01-01

          本篇文章为同学们整理了高二英语下册期中考试试题£¬试题共包括£º听力¡¢语言知识及应用¡¢语法填空¡¢阅读理解¡¢课本知识考察¡¢书面表达£¬下面一起来练习吧¡£

          第一部分 听力

          第一节 听力理解 (共15小题£¬每小题2分£¬满分30分)

          £¨每段对话播放两遍£¬各段后有3个问题£¬请根据播放内容选择最佳选项£©

          听第一段对话 回答4-6题

          1. How many ducks are there on the farm this year?

          A About 10,000 B About 12,000 C About 220,000

          2. Who used to work in a shoe factory?

          A Mr Brown B Mr Brown¡¯s wife C The worker that Mr Brown hires

          3. What is the hardes job on the farm?

          A Cleaning the feeding place

          B Carrying the food to the store

          C Feeding the ducks

          听第二段对话 回答4-6题

          4. How many copies have been sold so far?

          A At least 500,00 B At least 4,000,000 C At least 30,000,000

          5. When did the book become famous in Britian?

          A After they put it in children bookstores

          B Afrer they put it in all bookstores

          C After it was pubilished in other countires

          6. Why hasn¡¯t the man seen a copy of the book?

          A Because he has just returned from South Africa

          B Because he has stayed in China for a long time

          C Because he has been travelling around the world.

          听第三段独白 回答7-9题

          7. What does the speaker usually do in the morning?

          A Go jogging along a country road

          B Read a book under a tree

          C Chat with some country people

          8. What did the speaker have for lunch yesterday?

          A Vegetables B Fish C Pork

          9. Where does the speaker stay in the afternoon?

          A In the fields B By the river C Under a big tree

          听第四段对话 回答10-12题

          10. What can we learn about Ella?

          A She has had an operation

          B She has recovered after an operation

          C It took one day to perform the operation

          11. Who is now in the hospital looking after her?

          A Only her father B Only her mother C Both her parents.

          12. What will the girl do right now?

          A Help Ella with her lessons

          B Go and give Ella the notebooks

          C Go to the man¡¯s home in his car

          听第五段对话 回答13-15题

          13. Why does the man think it great to live in the country?

          A Because he can have a good sleep there.

          B Because he can go to bed at about nine

          C Because he can arrive at worker ealier

          14. How far does the man travel to and from his work place every day?

          A 20 miles B 30 miles C 40 miles

          15. What does the man usually do after work in the afternoon.?

          A Have supper in the yard B Sit in the yard for some time C Watch TV in the yard

          第二节 听取信息£¨共5小题£¬每小题1分£¬满分5分£©

          听下面一段独白£¬请根据题目要求£¬从听到的内容中获取必要信息£¬填入标号为16到20的空格中£¬听录音前你有10秒钟的阅题时间£¬录音读两遍£¬你有60秒的作答时间

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          第二部分:语言知识及应用

          第一节£º完形填空£¨共10小题£»每小题2分£¬满分20分£©

          阅读下面短文£¬掌?#25484;?#22823;意£¬然后从21-30各题所给的四个选项中£¬选出最佳选项£¬并在答题卡上将该项涂黑¡£

          Small moments sometimes last a very long time. And a few words¡ª though they mean 21 at the time to the people who say them¡ªcan have great power.

          I recently heard a story from Malcolm Dalkoff, who has been a professional 22 for the last twenty-four years, mostly in advertising.

          As a boy, Dalkoff was terribly shy and 23 . He had few friends and no self-confidence. Then one day, his high-school English teacher, Ruth Brauch, asked the class to write their own chapter that would 24 the last chapter of the novel since they had been reading To Kill a Mockingbird. Dalkoff wrote his chapter and turned it in. Today he cannot recall anything special about the chapter he wrote, or what 25 Mrs. Brauch gave him. 26 , what he does remember is the four words in the paper: ¡°This is good writing.¡± Four words. They 27 his life.

          ¡°Until I read those words, I had no idea of who I was or what I was or what I was going to be,¡± he said, ¡°After reading her 28 ,I went home and wrote a short story, 29 I had always dreamed of doing but never believed I could do.¡±

          Over the rest of that year in school, he wrote many short stories and always brought them to Mrs. Brauch for instruction. ¡°She was 30 , helping and honest. She was just what I needed,¡± Dalkoff said.

          21A. muchB. littleC. wellD. ill

          22A. reportB. designerC. writerD. teacher

          23A. weakB .independentC. troublesome D. helpless

          24A. follow B. changeC. connectD. explain

          25A. helpB. encouragementC. grade D. words

          26A. ThereforeB. HoweverC. MeanwhileD. Besides

          27A. improvedB. developedC. changed D. enriched

          28A. chapterB. novel C. noteD. explanation

          29A. everythingB. somethingC. nothingD. anything

          30A. encouragingB. carefulC. strict D. effective

          第二节:语法填空(共10小题;每小题1.5分,满分15分)

          阅读下面短文,按?#31449;?#23376;结构的语法性和上下文连贯的要求,在空格处填入一个适当的词或使用括号里词语的正确?#38382;?#22635;空.

          Little boys 31 play truant(逃学) from school are unimaginative. A quiet day's fishing or eight hours in a cinema 32 £¨see£© the same film over and over again is usually as far as they get. They have all been put to shame by a boy __33____(name) Tomas, who travelled 1600 miles while playing truant.

          He hitchhiked£¨搭便车£© to Dover and went into a boat to find somewhere 34 (sleep) in the evening. 35 he woke up next morning, he discovered that the boat 36 (travel) to Calais in the meantime. No one noticed the boy as he jumped off. From there he hitch-hiked to Paris in a lorry. 37 driver gave him a few biscuits and a cup of coffee and left him just outside the city. The next car that the boy stopped did not take him into the centre of Paris 38 he hoped, but to Perpignan 39 the French-Spanish border. There he 40 (pick) up by a policeman and sent back to England. He has surely set up a record for the thousands of boys who dream of evading school.

          第三部分 阅读理解£¨共15小题£»每小题2分£¬满分30分£©

          阅读下面短文£¬?#29992;?#39064;所给的四个选项中选出最佳答案¡£

          A

          People often say, ¡°The hand that rocks the cradle£¨摇篮£©rules the world.¡± and ¡°Behind every successful man there is a woman.¡± Both these sayings mean the same thing. Men rule the world, but their wives rule them.

          Most American women like making their husbands and sons

          successful, but some of them want more for themselves. They want good jobs, and when they work they want to be paid. They also want to be as successful as men.

          The American women¡¯s liberation movement was started by women who didn¡¯t want to stand behind successful men. They wanted to stand beside men and have the same chances for success. They didn¡¯t want to be told that certain jobs or offices were closed to them. They refused to work side by side with men who did the same work for a higher pay.

          A liberated woman must be proud of being a woman and have confidence in herself. If somebody says to her, ¡°You have come a long way, baby.¡± She will smile and answer, ¡°Not nearly as far as I¡¯m going to go, baby.¡± This movement is quite new, and many American women don¡¯t agree with it. But it has already made some important changes in women¡¯s lives and in men¡¯s lives, too.

          41. From the first paragraph, we can learn that ________.

          A. American women usually take care of their children by themselves

          B. women in the United States are powerful

          C. women play a very important role in men¡¯s lives

          D. if there is no woman, there is no man

          42. From the passage we know that most American women today are _____.

          A. fighting for their rights to work side by side with men

          B. working hard at home to help their husbands and sons be successful

          C. working side by side with men in all kinds of jobs

          D. very confident about their future

          43. The liberated women want to do all the following EXCEPT ___________.

          A. stay at home to help their husbands be successful

          B. have the same chances for success as men

          C. get the same pay when doing the same work as men

          D. seek for office and do some important jobs as men

          44. By saying ¡°Not nearly as far as I¡¯m going to go¡±, a liberated woman is stating that _______.

          A. she has nearly got to her destination

          B. there is a little more than what she wants

          C. she will never get to her ideal destination

          D. it is not far enough and she will go a lot further

          45. In this passage, the author suggests that in the United States _______.

          A. most women can¡¯t get a good job

          B. many women still don¡¯t want to go out of their home to work

          C. all families are still supported by men

          D. all liberated women have achieved a lot

          B

          From their beginnings New England towns had a special democratic system of government. At a stated time all the citizens would assemble at a town meeting, where they would discuss local problems and express opinions freely. They also elected the town¡¯s officials at these gatherings and made decisions about the taxes they would pay and about other community matters. These meetings were usually held at the town hall, which was located in the central square.

          In the eighteenth-century town meetings, only men who owned property and who were church members actually voted, although everyone present was allowed to express their opinions. Later, all citizens were allowed to vote. Thus the town meeting became truly democratic. Town meetings are still common in New England communities.

          In recent years the town meeting idea has been widely imitated. There are open sessions of this kind on radio and television. Occasionally a meeting of this type is called by a government agency in order to give an opportunity for free and open discussion on current problems and policies.

          46. At a town meeting, people do the following things EXCEPT __________.

          A. express their opinions about the government

          B. elect officials of the towns

          C. make a decision about whom they should marry

          D. discuss some community matters

          47. In the 18th century, who had the right to vote?

          A. All the citizens. B. All the men except those who were church members.

          C. The rich. D. The rich men and the church members.

          48. Why has the town meeting been widely imitated?

          A. Because many people are interested in it.

          B. Because it is very democratic.

          C. Because many people enjoy themselves at town meetings.

          D. Because sometimes government agencies call them.

          49. According to the passage, which of the following statements is NOT true?

          A. Citizens can elect the officials in the town meeting.

          B. In recent years, town meetings are often called by a government agency.

          C. People can say what they want to say at the town meeting.

          D. Nowadays this kind of meeting is also held on radio and television.

          50. This passage mainly talks about _______.

          A. the New England town meeting B. modern town meetings

          C. a democratic meeting D. New England towns

          C

          A research team from Finland, the United States, China and Scotland is hopeful about the future of forests. Six experts in forestry science and economics say forest growth is on the increase in some countries and the number is rising. Professor Kauppi says the findings suggest the world may be able to reach a turning point away from deforestation (毁林). Many experts have considered that impossible. But the researchers say it may be possible to expand the world¡¯s forests by ten percent, or an area about the size of India, by 2050.

          They used information released last year by the Food and Agriculture Organization. The new study looked at the fifty nations with the most forests. The researchers used a new way to measure forest resources. They considered more than just the amount of land covered by trees. They also considered forest density, tree sizes, biomass (生物量) and the amount of atmospheric carbon captured in forests. The biomass represents all plants and tree growth.

          The researchers say growing stock increased in twenty-two of the fifty countries. And, in about half of the fifty countries, biomass and carbon storage also increased. The researchers say forest areas and biomass are still being lost in such important countries as Brazil and Indonesia. But they found gains in others, including the world¡¯s most populous nations. They say China and the United States have had the greatest gains. And they say India has reached the right balance between forested and non-forested land.

          In percentage terms, though, the study says that forest areas have expanded fastest in the last fifteen years in Vietnam, Spain and China. And they have shrunk fastest in Nigeria and the Philippines. Professor Kauppi says the main obstacle to forest growth is fast-growing poor populations that burn wood for cooking fuel, or sell it for quick money or clear forest for crops. But a number of scientists criticized the use of information that came from governments. They said some governments didn¡¯t keep good records about their forests, and might not tell the truth.

          51. Which of the following statements is NOT true according to the passage?

          A. The research team is made up of experts from four countries

          B. By 2050, India¡¯s forest will have expanded by 10%.

          C. Professor Kauppi says it is possible to stop deforestation on the Earth.

          D. The Food and Agriculture Organization has provided some useful information for the research.

          52. Which of the following statements did the researchers consider when measuring forest resources?

          A. The amount of land covered by trees. B. Forest density, tree sizes and biomass.

          C. The amount of atmospheric carbon captured in forests. D. All of the above.

          53. From the third paragraph, we learn that ________.

          A. in about 50% of the fifty countries, biomass and carbon storage increased

          B. forest areas and biomass are still being lost in China

          C. Brazil is one of the world¡¯s most populous nations

          D. Indonesia has reached the right balance between forested and non-forested land

          54. What delays forest growth?

          A. Some people in developing countries burn or sell wood from forests.

          B. There are too many people in the world.

          C. Forests are being lost in 22 countries.

          D. Some governments don¡¯t tell the truth.

          55. What is the tone of this passage?

          A. Critical. B. Sorry. C. Indifferent. D. Hopeful.

          第四部分 课本知识考察

          根据所给汉语完成句子£¨每空0.5分£¬共10分£©

          56. 他写作方面的天赋令他蜚声国际¡£

          His _______ _______ ________ _______ him famous around the world.

          57. 在这次表决中£¬有23票赞成我的建议£¬12票反对¡£

          In the vote there were 23 votes ______ _____ of my suggestion, and 12 against.

          58. 如果你放弃这个理想£¬你一定会后悔的¡£

          You _______ ________ ________ ________ in future if you give up your dream.

          59. 政府正在竭尽全力提升人们对该问题的认识¡£

          The govenment are sparing no efforts to ______ _______ ________ _____ this issue.

          60. 很多女孩子觉得被羡慕的感觉很棒¡£

          Many girls feel it great ______ _______ _______.

          61. 这台电脑?#20013;?#20102;一遍之后£¬终于可以用了¡£

          ________ _______ ________ a second time, the computer works finally.

          第五部分 书面表达£¨满分40分£©

          第一节 基础写作 £¨15分£©

          为了丰富学生的生活£¬你校学生会举办了一次音乐节活动¡£请你以参与者的身份写一篇五句话的新闻报道£¬记述有关内容¡£

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          第二节 任务型写作(满分25分)

          阅读下面的短文£¬然后按照要求写一篇150?#39318;?#21491;的英语短文¡£

          Here are some comments on L1 Hua from his classmates.

          Lily said, "Li Hua is the smartest student in our class and usually scores the highest marks in the English and mathematics exams. His homework and assignments are always done to a very high standard so our teachers ask us to follow his example. We all admire his intelligence."

          Kate said, "Li Hua is really a hard-working student. He spends at least four hours everyday reviewing his lessons and his homework is never late. As the exams get closer he becomes even more diligent and works into the early hours of the morning, making sure he has gone over all of the information covered in our classes."

          John said, "Li Hua is the kind of person who is easy to co-operate with. Although he's very clever he is still willing to listen to others' opinions and take their suggestions. When we do groupwork in class we all want to be in his group because he always does his share of the work and is easy to get along with."

          Tim said, "Li Hua is the class monitor and the most helpful student in our class. He always makes sure the classroom is kept clean and assists the teacher in handing out and collecting the students' books and homework. When a student is absent from school he will call and tell them what they have missed."

          [写作内容]假设你叫李平£¬你的同学李华拟申请到美国某大学学习¡£申请材料需包括同伴的推荐信¡£李华邀请你为他写一封推荐信¡£上文是其他同学对李华的一些评价£¬请根据这些评价和你自己对李华?#30446;?#27861;£¬写一封推荐信¡£ (信?#30446;?#22836;和结尾已经为你写好)£º

          1£®以约30个词概括同学们眼中李华的特点和优点£»

          2£®以约120个词表达你对李华?#30446;?#27861;£¬并包括如下要点£º

          (1)你对同学们评价意见?#30446;?#27861;£»

          (2)?#38405;?#21644;李华之间的经历来?#24471;?#20854;中的一点看法¡£

          [写作要求] 作文中可使用自己的亲身经历或虚构的?#36866;”n¬Ò部?#20197;?#25569;?#38405;读材料的内容但不得直?#21491;?#29992;原文中的句子£»

          [评分标准] 概括准确£¬语言规范£¬内容合适£¬篇章连贯¡£

          高二英语下学期试题(B卷)答案

          听力 1-5ABCCB 6-10AABCA 11-15 BBACA

          16 on the Saturday afernoon 17 to the gate 18 asking for more money

          19 almost 20minutes 20 got stuck

          完型填空21 ¨C 25 BCDAC 26 ¨C 30 BCCBA

          语法填空31who/that 32 seeing 33 named 34 to sleep 35 When/After

          36 had travelled 37 The 38as 39 on 40 was picked

          阅读理解 41-45 CBADB 46-50 CDBBA 51-55 BDAAD

          翻译句子 56 His talent for 57 in favor 58 is bound to regret

          59 raise/increase people¡¯ s awareness of.

          60 to be envied 61 Having been repaired

          书面表达 (One possible version)

          On March 14th, 2009 the Students¡¯ Union of our school organized a music festival, which aimed to get the students relaxed as well as introducing some common knowledge about music to them. The festival began at 4 p.m. on the playground after class and the first activity is singing pop songs and folk ones. After that some classical and folk music was played by us students. There was also a music contest, in which the participants would listen to part of a song and then guess where it came from. It was such a successful festival that all the students really enjoyed it.

          任务型写作(One possible version)

          Dear Principal,I am writing this letter to support my good friend Li Hua's application to study at your university. In my classmates' eyes, he has always been an intelligent and hard-working student, who is helpful and co-operative with others. For these reasons, he is very popular with everyone. (29字)

          I agree with my classmates and I have personally benefited greatly from his help. I still remember at the beginning of this school year I was in a traffic accident and that required me to be in hospital for over two months. This situation caused me great concern as I feared I would fall far behind my classmates in this very important year of study. But thanks to Li Hua by the time I was well enough to leave hospital and return to work I was up-to-date in all areas of my study. Not only did he come to visit me every day, bringing with him all the lessons and materials our class had gone through each day, but he patiently sat with me and explained to me all those issues that I didn't understand. Only after staying with me for at least 2 hours every day would he go home and begin his own studies. (156字)

          For the reasons above, I urge you to consider his application favourably.

          Yours truly,

          Li Ping

          41. C¡£从第一段可得出答案¡£

          42. B¡£从第二段可得出答案¡£

          43. A¡£从第三段可得出答案¡£

          44. D¡£从全文可知妇女解放运动者一直都在努力£¬以争取更大的胜利£¬因此她们不仅不满足于现状, 而?#19968;?#23558;继续奋斗下去¡£

          45. B¡£从文章的?#25925;?#31532;二句话可知£¬在美国还是有不少妇女保持着原来的传统观念£¬在家作家庭主?#23613;?/p>

          46. C¡£文中提到是付税费£¬而不是生活方面的费用¡£

          47. D¡£依据为第二段中的¡°In the eighteenth-century town meetings, only men who owned property and who were church members actually voted, ¡­¡±¡£

          48. B¡£从文章的第一句和最后一段可看出市政会议之所以受欢迎是因为其民主性¡£

          49. B¡£从文章的最后一段中的¡°Occasionally a meeting of this type is called by a government agency¡­¡±可知这种会议是偶尔召开£¬而不是经常开¡£

          50. A¡£文章开头就点明了主题£¬主要介绍了英格兰的新市政会议¡£

          51. B¡£从第一段可以了解到£¬研究人员认为在2050年以前£¬地球的森林面积可以增加10£¥£¬等于印度的面积£¬并不是印度森林面积增长10£¥¡£

          52. D¡£根据第二段中的¡°The researchers used a new way to measure forest resources. They considered more than just the amount of land covered by trees. They also considered forest density, tree size, biomass and the amount of atmospheric carbon captured in forests.¡±可以得知¡£

          53. A¡£根据第三段中的¡°And, in about half of the fifty countries, biomass and carbon storage also increased.¡±可得知¡£

          54. A¡£最后一段中的¡°¡­ the main obstacle to forest growth are fast-growing poor populations that burn wood for cooking fuel, or sell it for quick money or clear forest for crops.¡±表明森林增长的阻碍在于?#29420;?#22269;家人民燃烧¡¢贩卖太多的木材或者毁林种庄稼¡£

          55. D¡£通读全文£¬不难推测作者在文章中对森林面积的扩大是充满希望的¡£

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