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2016~2017学年度第一学期高二英语第二次联考试卷
第一部分  听力(共两节,满分30分)
第一节 听下面5段对话,选择最佳答案,每段对话仅读一遍。
Where was Jane at eight yesterday morning?
A. In the park.       B. In her home.      C. In the woman’s home.
How much will the woman lend the man?
A. 6 dollars.         B. 4 dollars.         C. 7 dollars.
What does the man mean?
A. They can’t expect Paul to help them.
B. Paul is ready to help others.
C. Paul is in need of help.
What is the man’s main reason for making the fence(篱笆)?A. To decorate his house.                   B. To protect his grassland.
C. To protect his house.
5.  What does Helen have to do?
A. Read three books in a month.              B. Read a book in a month.
C. Read three books in less than a week.
第二节 听下面5段对话或独白,选择最佳答案,每段对话或独白读两遍。
听下面一段对话,回答第6和第7题。
6.  What does the woman want to buy for herself?
A. A laptop.             B. A dress.            C. A skirt.
7.  When is the woman’s birthday?
A. In two days.          B. In four days.         C. In six days.
 听下面一段对话,回答第8和第9题。
8.  Which level is the man in?
A. The third one.        B. The fourth one.       C. The fifth one.
9.  What does the man think of the classes?
A. Boring.              B. Too big.             C. A bit small.
听下面一段对话,回答第10至第12题。
10.  What does the man want a shirt for?
A. A party.             B. A meeting.           C. A job interview.
11.  What does the man dislike about the light blue shirt?
A. The price.           B. The color.            C. The size.
12.  What can we learn from the conversation?
A. The man will choose the purple shirt.
B. The man wears small size.
C. The light blue shirt is £80.
听下面一段对话,回答第13至第16题。
13.  Why didn’t the woman enjoy herself?
A. She couldn’t enter the park.           B. She couldn’t find her friends.
C. She couldn’t see the view clearly.
14.  When did the woman get to the park?
A. At 7:50 p.m.          B. At 8:00 p.m.            C. At 8:10 p.m.
15.  What did the man do to get a good view?
    A. He got a special ticket.               B. He climbed up a tree.
C. He got there quite early.
 16.  How did the man go home?
A. By taxi.              B. By bus.               C. By car.
听下面一段独白,回答第17至第20题。
17.  What is Susan Welch?
A. A reporter.        B. A singer.              C. An announcer.
18.Which may be included in Pop World of BBC International?
A. Basic music knowledge.
Ziyuanku.comB. Information about some songwriters.
C. Stories about the old days.
19.  Which program gives the ideas behind the pop songs?
A. The History of Pop.    B. Pop Words.            C. About the Big Hits.
20.  What is the program The Road to Music intended for?
A. To provide the background with music.
B. To introduce new singers and songwriters.
C. To hear from listeners’ opinions on music.	
WWW.ziyuanku.com第二部分  阅读理解(共两节,满分40分)
第一节  阅读下列短文,从每题所给的四个选项中,选出最佳答案。
A
Not many women have won the Nobel Peace Prize. Until 2004, no African woman ever had. That was when Dr. Wangari Maathai won it — for planting trees. You might ask, what do trees have to do with peace?
“Many wars are fought over resources,” Dr. Maathai said as she accepted the prize. “If we conserve resources better, the fighting will stop.”
Dr. Maathai was born in Kenya in 1940. Unlike most African women, she went to school. High school woke up a hunger in her for more knowledge. She went to college in Kansas and earned a master’s degree in science from the University of Pittsburgh. She became the first Kenyan woman ever to earn a Ph.D. Later, Dr. Maathai taught animal science at Kenya’s University of Nairobi. 
As an educated woman, Dr. Maathai feels responsible for leading others. Dr. Maathai started her work in 1977 by planting nine trees in her backyard in Kenya. Trees are important in Africa for several reasons. First, they keep soil from eroding (流失) into streams, thus cutting down on pollution and improving the soil. Second, trees provide firewood. So many trees have been cut down in Africa that women must walk far from home to find wood for cooking. New trees can also keep deserts from spreading.
Dr. Maathai’s Green Belt Movement pays local women for every tree they plant that is still alive three months later. In its first 15 years, the Green Belt Movement employed at least 50,000 women and planted more than 10 million trees. Following Dr. Maathai’s example, the Kenyan government increased its own tree-planting efforts. The movement has spread to 30 countries in Africa.
When the land and people’s lives have improved, Dr. Maathai says, peace will follow.
21. Dr. Wangari Maathai is the first African woman to _____.	
A. get a master’s degree in science       B. encourage people to plant trees 
C. win the Nobel Peace Prize            D. realize the power of knowledge
资*源%库22. The underlined word “conserve” in Paragraph 2 probably means “_____”.
A. use                       B. protect              C. find                     D. provide
23. What’s Paragraph 4 mainly about?
A. The importance of trees.           B. How trees prevent pollution.
C. How planting trees works in Africa.   D. The history of tree-planting in Africa.
24. The Green Belt Movement _____.
A. aims to provide job opportunities for women
B. attracted the world’s attention to Africa
C. pays for every newly-planted tree
D. covered a large area in Africa
B
“Hello” is a relatively new greeting. It first appeared sometime in the mid-1800s, but many people would not have dreamed of using it. “Hello” was considered a very impolite way to greet someone. Instead, people used formal expressions like “How do you do?”   
Back then, there were several words that sounded like “hello,” but they were used to get someone’s attention or to express surprise. For example, if you caught your little brother stealing your snack, you might have said, “Halloa there! Stop eating my cheese!” If you found a fly in your soup, you might have shouted, “Hullo! How did that get in there?”
Everything started to change in 1876, when Alexander Graham Bell invented the telephone. The first telephones didn’t have numbers you could dial, nor did they have bells or ringers. Instead, your telephone sent signals along telephone lines to a central office where an operator would answer by saying something like “Are you there, sir?” or “What is wanted?” The operator would then connect your phone to the phone of the person you wanted to reach. There was just one small problem: Since telephones didn’t ring, how would the person you were calling know that you were “on the line”? The answer is you would yell into your phone and hope someone on the other end heard you. But what would you yell? And what would the person you were calling say when they were going to answer? Bell suggested “Ahoy! Ahoy!” but it didn’t catch on. Then the famous inventor Thomas Edison suggested the word hello. That caught on right away.
“Hello” became so popular that by 1878 telephone operators were required to use it. In fact, operators received the nickname “Hello Girls.” Soon, “hello” became not just the standard way to answer the phone, but an accepted way to greet people in person.
25. Why was “hello” seldom used when it first appeared?
A. It was too informal.    
B. It was hard to pronounce.      
C. It was considered to be rude.  
D. There were other words like “hello”.
26. “Hullo” was used to show something _____.
A. interesting                    B. exciting          C. boring                  D. unexpected
27. Paragraph 3 is mainly about _____.
A. how “hello” was used to answer the telephone
B. the friendship between Bell and Edison 
C. the invention of the telephone
D. how the telephone was invented
28. We can infer from the text that _____.
A. “hello” got popular as soon as the telephone was invented 
B. the telephone has changed the way people speak
C. people liked simple expressions like “hello”
D. Bell advised girls to use “hello”
C
Reach for the stars at the Euro Space Center. Find out everything you need to know about space — from the origins of the universe to the future space exploration plans. Light, sound and special effects help to bring your space journey to life. Throughout your tour, our specially trained guides will answer your questions and provide you with any information you require.
Begin your tour with our exhibition about the planets, then move on to the Space Laboratory and see some of the experiments carried out in space. Visit our international space station, where you can climb into our full-scale Space Shuttle model and experience life on board as an astronaut.
You will know all about space by now and to help you further, our Space Center astronaut will tell you about how young people train as astronauts in our own training school. Finally, you can watch our amazing Space Show in our IMAX cinema, which will help you understand everything you have learned during your visit better. 
Outside we have an outdoor exhibition including a giant solar system, full-size rocket models and outdoor games. Don’t worry if it rains — much of this is under cover.
After that, why not visit our restaurant Resto Space for food and drink on a space theme? And don’t forget our Space Shop, offering you a lot of gifts to take home.
The Euro Space Center is open every day during school holidays, and also during other times except Mondays. Opening times are 10:00-5:00. For entrance fees, call our booking service on + 32-61-650133. Or you can email us for up-to-date entry information at info@eurospacecenter.be.
29. Anyone who goes to the Euro Space Center will _____.
A. visit there for free
B. feel as if he was in space 
C. become a true astronaut 
D. do any space experiments he wants
30. In the Space Shuttle, visitors can _____.
A. enjoy food and drink
B. watch an amazing space show
C. learn about space experiments
$来&源:ziyuanku.comD. know how astronauts live in space
31. On school day Mondays, the Euro Space Center _____.
A. will be open all day long
B. will be open only for 5 hours
C. will be closed for the whole day
D. will have a space show in the IMAX cinema
D
It is generally accepted that the experiences of the child in his first years largely determine his character and later personality. Every experience teaches the child something and effects are cumulative(积累的). “Upbringing” is normally used to refer to the treatment and training of the child within the home. This is closely related to the treatment and training of the child in school, which is usually described by the term “education”.
In a society such as ours, both parents and teachers are responsible for the opportunities provided for the development of the child, so that upbringing and education are dependent on each other. The ideas and practices of the child raising vary from culture to culture. In general, the more rural the community is, the more uniform(始终如一的)are the customs of child upbringing. In more technologically developed societies, the period of childhood and adolescence tends to last over a long time, resulting in more opportunity for education and greater variety in character development.
Early upbringing in the home is naturally affected both by the cultural pattern of the community and by the parents' abilities and their aims and depends not only on upbringing and education but also on the innate(先天的) abilities of the child. Wide differences of innate intelligence and character exist even in children of the same family. Intelligent parents, however, realize that the particular setting of each family is unique, and there can be no strict general rules. All parents have to solve the problems of freedom and discipline. The younger the child is, the more readily the mother gives in to his demands to avoid disappointing him. She knows that if his energies are not put to good use , her child may begin to develop in an unhealthy way. A child must be allowed to enjoy this "messy" stage of discovery before he is ready to go on to the less physical pleasures of toys and books. Similarly, throughout life, each stage depends on the satisfactory completion of the one before.
32. According to Paragraph 1, a child’s early experiences_______.
   A. decide his future education
   B. influence his later character
   C. can reflect his innate intelligence
   D. have bad effects on his upbringing
33. It can be learnt from Paragraph 2 that ________.
   A. upbringing and education are not related
   B. culture doesn’t affect a child’s upbringing
   C. children in rural communities have better development
   D. technological development contributes to children’s character development
34. According to the text, intelligent parents________.
   A. make general rules quite flexible
   B. are aware of the settings of most families
   C. seldom enjoy their children’s “messy” stage of discovery
   D. ask their children to choose toys and books by themselves
35. What can we infer from the text?
   A. Parents should avoid disappointing their children.
   B. Children of the same family have few differences.
   C. Children’s character development is affected by many factors.
   D. Parents should give their children more freedom and less discipline.
第二节 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。
What is happiness? When you can feel inner peace and satisfaction, you are happy. ____36_____This usually happens when we do something we love or achieve something that we value. It is our opinions that make us feel happy or unhappy. All of us constantly go through various situations or conditions, but we do not have to let them influence our reactions and feelings. _____37_____
Try hard to make a change of the way you look at things. _____38_____That means looking at the good and positive side of every situation. Pay attention to solutions, not problems. Listen to relaxing and uplifting music. Watch funny and interesting programs that make you laugh.
资*源%库 ziyuanku.com Always look at what you have done and not at what you haven't done. Look at what you can do, not at what you cannot do. Each day do at least one act to make others happy. When you make someone happy, you'll become happy, and then people will try to make you happy. _____39_____ On the contrary, be happy for their happiness. Communicate with happy people and try to learn from them to be happy. Remember, do your best to stay detached(超脱的) when things do not occur as intended and desired. Detachment has much to do with inner peace._____40_____
A. I've never regretted it.
B. Always look at the bright side.
C. Do not envy people who are happy.
D. Stop asking for everyone's approval.
E. It is usually experienced at a special moment.
F. Here are a few tips for increasing happiness in daily life.
G. Inner peace can lead to happiness, so smile more often.
第三部分  英语知识运用(共两节,满分45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。
Ashley Wales hurried breathlessly through the door, holding a bag tightly to his chest. Looking _41_, his wife Tina stared in amazement _42_ he pulled a green animal out of the bag. Ashley proudly announced, “It’s an iguana(鼠鳞蜥).” He placed the _43_carefully onto the kitchen table. Their little daughter Lucy was _44_ enough to want to touch it, but Tina told her _45_, “Don’t touch it.”
Ashley had almost fallen off his bike_46_ when he’d first spotted the creature on a wall. Slowly moving nearer to it, he _47_ the iguana. It was a frosty night and the creature was ice-cold. _48_ happened. Its tail was gradually _49_grey. Ashley realized that the iguana wouldn’t _50_ much longer in those temperatures. Suddenly, the creature _51_ one eye and stared at him. He caught the iguana, threw it into a _52_ and set off home with it on his bike. When Ashley _53_ home, the iguana was hardly moving. After her initial(最初的) surprise, Tina _54_ ------and came back with her hair-dryer. she aimed it at the animal and _55_ it on. A few minutes later, the creature took a deep _56_ and licked(舔)its lips. Ashley ran to the phone and _57_ the RSPCA(Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals). By the time they arrived, the _58_had named the creature “lggy”. That night, the family _59_ Iggy a new home with a local policeman who keeps unusual animals. “Unfortunately, his_60_ owner never came forward,” says Tina.
41. A. excited       B. puzzled         C. ashamed        	D. disappointed
42. A. unless        B. though         	C. before         	D. after
43. A. box          B. bike            C. door          	D. creature
44. A. stupid        B. curious         C. lonely         	D. bored
45. A. honestly      B. shyly           C. nervously       	D. strangely
资*源%库 ziyuanku.com46. A. in action     	B. in danger       	C. in trouble      	D. in surprise
47. A. touched      B. woke           	C. kissed         	D. bathed
48. A. Something    B. Nothing         C. Everything     	D. Anything
49. A. losing       	B. turning          C. colored        	D. formed
50. A. survive       B. eat             C. wait           	D. stare
51. A. opened       B. hurt            C. dropped       	D. shut
52. A. bag          B. pocket          C. basket        	D. bottle
53. A. stayed        B. arrived         C. cleaned       	D. left
54. A. stopped       B. shouted       	C. cried         	D. disappeared
55. A. fed           B. held           C. passed     	D. switched 
56. A. seat          B. breath         	C. rest          	D. cut
57. A. visited        B. set up          C. called         	D. went into
58. A. barber        B. police         	C. family         	D. children
59. A. gave         B. found          	C. awarded       	D. showed
60. A. new          B. next           C. best          	D. original
第二节  阅读下面材料,在空白处填入适当的内容(1个单词)或括号内单词的正确形式。
    If you visit a supermarket in the UK in March or April, you will notice a strange thing: Shelf after shelf is filled with large, brightly-colored eggs. 
    Look a little 61. ________ (close) and you will discover something else. These eggs aren’t real. In fact, they 62. ________(make) of chocolate. And that can mean only one thing — it’s Easter time again.
    Easter is a festival 63. ________ has been celebrated in Britain for thousands of years. These days we mark the occasion (场合) by 64. ________ (give) each other chocolate eggs, or Easter eggs. But what are the roots of this 65. ________ (tradition) event?
    For Christian people Easter is a religious festival. According 66. ________ the Bible, Jesus Christ was killed by the Romans 67. ________ came back to life three days later. That is 68. ________ Easter is seen as a time of rebirth. 
    However, some people suggest that Easter has its origins in pre-Christian times. They say that the very earliest societies celebrated the end of winter and the beginning of spring — the time 69. ________ life returns to the land.
    Whatever its origins, Easter is big business. The UK’s biggest retailer (零售商) of Easter eggs sold more than 20 million units last year and some Easter eggs 70. ________ cost more than £20!
第四部分  写作(共两节,满分35分)
第一节  短文改错
       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处语言错误,每句中最多有两处。每处错误仅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(∧),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。
I happen to meet some American tourists at the gate of the Summer Palace last week. I greeted them with English and then we began to chat. I got to know that they were college student traveling in China. Most of us were fond of Chinese medicine. They were busy taking pictures and were surprising at the changes had taken place in the past few years. After that, we went boat and had a good time. We were exchanged our e-mail addresses so that we could write to each other in the future. They thanked me again and again. I was gladly to have a chance to practice my oral English. What wonderful experience!
第二节  书面表达
健康的重要性人人皆知,但许多青少年不注意健康问题。它们长时间看电视,通宵上网聊天、玩游戏。这导致了许多危害,如:视力下降,身体虚弱,缺乏人际交往。请你就这一话题,谈谈你的看法。
注意:词数100左右,标题已给出,不计入总词数。
Have a healthy lifestyle
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高二英语参考答案
第一部分  听力
1-5  CBABC      6-10  CBBBC      11-15  ACCAC      16-20  BCBCA
第二部分  阅读理解
21-25  CBADC    26-30  DABBD    31-35  CBDAC      36-40  EFBCG
第三部分  英语知识运用
41-45  BCDBC    46-50  DABBA    51-55  AABDD      56-60  BCCBD
61. closer     62. are made        63. that / which   64. giving           65. traditional       
66. to      67. but                   68. why  	     69. when / in which                70. can
第四部分  写作
71. ...I happen to ...                       happen →happened
72. ...I greeted them with English ...      with → in
73. ...college student ...                   student → students  
74. ...Most of us ...                        us → them
75. ... were surprising ...                 surprising →surprised
76. ... the changes had taken ...            the changes后面加that/which                                 
77. ... we went boat ...                    boat → boating
78. ...We were changed ...                去掉were
79. ...I was gladly ...                         gladly →glad
80. ...What wonderful experience ...        what 后面加 a

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Have a healthy lifestyle
As we all know, health is very important. However, many teenagers don’t pay any attention to their health, especially during the holiday. And they spend too much time watching TV, playing games and chatting on the Internet all night, which can be bad for their health. Firstly, this may make them get nearsighted. Besides, their bodies become much weaker. Thirdly, they will lose the chance to communicate with others face to face as they never go out, which may have a bad effect on their mental health.
In my opinion, instead of watching TV, they should go out to take some exercise, and visit some friends to have a healthy lifestyle.










 














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