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黄山市2016~2017学年度第二学期期末质量检测
高一英语试题
第Ⅰ卷
第一部分  听力(共两节)
(共5小题)
    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秒钟的时间回答有关小题和阅读下一小题。每段对话仅读一遍。
1.How does the woman probably feel?
A.Surprised.    B.Disappointed.    C.Angry. 
2.What does the woman mean?
A.She hasn't started yet.B.She has just Started.C.She has finished.
3.What will the woman do this afternoon?
A.Go to a concert with the man.
B.Take care of her parents.
C.Wait for the washing machine to be repaired.
4.Where does the conversation probably take place?
A.At an airport.    B.In a restaurant.    C.In a post office.
5.Which flight will the man probably take?
A.The 6 o'clock flight this afternoon.
B.The 2 o'cock flight tomorrow afternoon.
C.The 6 o'clock flight tomorrow afternoon.
第二节(共15小题)
    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,井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、7题。
6.When will the movie be over?
A.In five minutes.    B.In ten minutes.    C.In fifteen minutes.
7.Where is the parking 10t?
A.Behind the movie theater.B.Beside the cinema.C.Behind a tall building.
7段材料,回答第8、9题。
8.Where are the man's glasses?
A.On his nose.    B.Above the mirror.   C.In the bathroom.
9.What does the man usually forget?
A.His phone.    B.His wallet.    C.His fishing line.
听第8段材料,回答第10至12题。
10.Which of the following is true about Tahiti. according to the woman?
A.It's perhaps, located in the Northern Pacific Ocean.
B.It's mostly formed from volcanic activity.
C.It's the highest island in French Polynesia.
11.What is the island's official language?
A.English.    B.Tahitian.    C.French.
12.What is Tahiti famous for?
A.Its beach scenery.    B.Its food.    C.Its population.
听第9段材料,回答第13至16题。
13.What is the man?
A.A student.    B.A graduate    C.A teacher.
14.When does the man want to have his phone disconnected?
A.On June 15   B.On July 18   C.On July 19.
15.Where is the man now?
A.n Shanghai.    B.In Beijing.    C.In Xi'an.
16.What does the man ask about at last?
A.Changing a home phone plan.
B.Paying for his phone bill.
C.Getting some money back.
听第10段材料,回答第17至20题。
17.What did Kim see when the car crash took place?
A.A trunk.    B.A tree branch.    C.Another car.
18.Which part did Kim get injured most probably?
A.Her ears.    B.Her hands.    C.Her head.
19.What did Kim use to break the car window?
A.Her foot.    B.Her head.    C.Her hands.
20.What can we learn from the talk?
A.Kim started driving a car at 16.
B.Kim fainted twice after, getting out of the car.
C.Kim's car exploded after she got out of it,
第二部分  阅读理解(共两节)
第一节(共15小题)
阅读下列短文从每题所给的四个选项。(A、B、C、D)中选出最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。
A
    Imagine the tallest building in the United States. Fill that large building 44 times with rotten (腐烂的)fruits and vegetables.Now you know how much food Americans waste every year.
    It is hard to believe, right? About 133 .billion pounds of food get .thrown away. That's one, third of a the food we produce. And a lot of it is thrown away for one simple reason: It's ugly.
    The problem is that nature isn't perfect. Apples can get scarred(留下疤痕)by storms. Cucumbers grow in C shapes. Carrots change into unusual fork-like forms. Watermelons get too big to fit on a refrigerator shelf. These crazy-looking fruits and vegetables may .taste great. But most grocery stores refuse to sell them. Store owners say people judge food by how it looks. No one wants a tomato that looks like a two-headed monster. (怪). But what if you could buy that tomato for half-price?
    A new movement is trying to make people see the "beauty" in ugly food. Some stores are selling ugly produce. It tastes the same. And you pay less for it because the. food doesn't, look perfect.
    Usually, the stores find a nicer word than "ugly'; A Canadian chain uses "naturally imperfect". In some US stores, it's "misfit produce". Whatever you call it, ugly food helps many .people. Farmers get paid for food they were going to have to throw away. Shoppers get cheaper fruits and vegetables. The ugly-food movement will also help some of the 44 million Americans who don't have enough to eat. Many groups give the ugly produce to hungry people.
    So really, who cares if that carrot looks a little ... ugly?
21.We can know from the text that ________.
A.food is thrown mostly because it goes bad
B.food waste is a serious problem in America
C.the uglier the food is, the better it tastes
D.America produces more food than Americans can eat
22.What is the "beauty" in ugly food?
A.It tastes the same but costs much less.
B.It does much good to people.
C.It is useful to hungry people.
D.It tastes just as good as normal-looking produce.
23.The ugly-food movement is intended to ________.
A.call on people to help the poor
B.persuade grocery stores to sell ugly produce
C.prove the value 0fugty produce
D.advise people not to waste food
B
    In recent years, little free libraries of all shapes and sizes have popped up. Often built by community members, they could be found on street corners and the sidewalks across the United States, hoping to share their book collections with their neighbors. Minneapolis, Minnesota, even hosted the first Little Free Library Festival, where book fans came together to promote literacy (读写能力)in their communities.
    For the most part, ittle free libraries have more in common with book sharing shelves in hotels, local parks, coffee shops and other public spaces than the traditional public library. Based on the rule of "take a book, leave a book," these little libraries can take many forms from birdhouse-like wooden structures to redesigned newspaper selling machines, Robert Wirsing writes for the Bronx Times.
    The little free library organization began when a citizen of Hudson, Wisconsin, named Todd Bol built a little one-room schoolhouse, filled it with books and placed it in his front yard to honor his mother who passed away in 2009. Together with a local educator named Rick Brooks, the two began placing little free libraries across Wisconsin and sharing the idea with people across the country.
    "Something we are eager for in this information age is that connection between people," Bol tells Margret Aldrich for Book Riot. "I want to show how Little Free Library is about readers inspiring readers. It goes on and on."
    While Little Free Libraries seem like a harmless means to promote literacy by sharing books with neighbors, a few of the roadside landing libraries have caused minor legal problems. officials in Los Angeles and Shreveport, Louisiana, have told some citizens that their homemade libraries broke city roles and that they would have to remove them to avoid being fined.
    Still, little free libraries have been well accepted by their commnunities. For anyone interested in making their own at home, the organization has posted helpful tips and guides for building the little book lending boxes in their neighborhoods.
24.What can we know about the little free libraries in America?
A.They are state-owned.
B.They are popular nationally.
C.They are set up to sel books.
D.They help those with no books to read.
25.What is a common character ofttle free libraries?
A.They lie in many public places.
B.They share a large collection of books.
C.They compete with traditional public libraries.
D.They exist mainly in the form of wooden houses.
26.What is Todd Bol's primary aim of building, a library?
A.To remember his dead mother.
B.To help people form a habit of reading.
C.To set an example to other communities.
D.To share his knowledge, with other citizens.
27.What does Todd B think of the little free libraries?
A.They cause minor legal problems.
B.They should continue to exist.
C.They mean a lot to community members.
D.They should be supported by the government.
C
    JOHANNESBURGThey say cats have nine lives.Now a Chinese toad(蟾蜍)has joined the club of clever survivors.
    South Africans are shocked by a toad that got trapped in a ship from China to Cape Town, after jumping into a candlestick(烛台)that was made there.South African officials reportedly planned to put down the creature, fearing it would cause harm as an invasive species if it were let go in the wild.
    But the toad got a last-minute pardon. Mango Airlines, a south African airline, transported the toad on Friday to Johannesburg to an animal center, after officials decided to find a way to let the toad live. The two-hour flight was comfortable compared to the trip from China, a long way of many weeks and thousands of kilometers across the Indian Ocean.
    Airline spokesman Hein Kaiser said the toad got "first-class treatment", sitting in a plastic container together with Brett Glasby, an expert looking, after animals. There was even a ceremony, in which the toad's boarding pass was handed to Glasby.
    "He was the star of the Show on the flight. He was the unusual passenger, I think every passenger stopped to have a look." Kaiser said.
    On landing in Johannesburg, the toad was brought out of its container for a photo shoot. Observers said the brown toad seemed like a cool customer. It belongs to the Asian Toad species. It is believed to have survived the trip from China by hardening its skin to prevent it from drying out, and also by slowing its breathing and heart rate—-methods that help the species survive in times of drought(干旱).
    "We've had snakes in imported wood and insects in fruit. We were called because the toad was right inside the candlestick, and we had to break it to get it out." Glasby, the expert, told The Star, a South African newspaper.
28.The underlined phrase "an invasive ~species" in second paragraph may refer to ________.
A.something which is not used to the local conditions
B.something which is probably harmful to the native creatures
C.something which has never appeared in local areas
D.something which is greatly good to the local people
29.The toad was able to arrive in South Africa alive ________.
A.because it slowed its breath on the way
B.because it used methods in times of drought
C.because it formed hard skin to protect itself
D.because many people looked after it carefully
30.It can be inferred from the passage that ________.
A.sometimes animals are transported by accident
B.no one has seen such a big toad in Africa
C.a candlestick is the best place for a toad
D.droughts make toads live longer
31.What is the best title of the text?
A.A journey-loving toad.    B.An amazing China toad.
C.A toad that has nine lives    D.A toad in a candlestick.
D
    You may probably recognize most of the powerful graduation speakers, who are welt-known people in their fields, but I think the schools couldn't have picked better speakers than them, because the most important inspiration anyone can ever get is someone who lives his living by example.
    Steve Jobs, Stanford University:
    "Remembering you are going to die, the best way I know is to avoid the trap of thinking you have something to lose. There is no reason not to follow your heart. Your time is limited so don't waste it living someone else's life. Don't let the noise of others' opinions drown out your own inner voice..."
    Oprah Winfrey, Stanford University:
    I consider the world, this Earth, to be like a school... And the secret I have learned to get ahead is being open to the lessons from the grandest universe of all. Don't react against a bad situation. And the solution will arise from the challenge.
    Bono, University of Pennsylvania:
    "For .four years, you've been buying, trading and selling everything you've got in this marketplace of ideas, Your pockets are full even if your parents' are empty and—and now you've got to figure out what to spend it on. The world is more flexible than you think and it's waiting for you to hammer it into shape..."
    Michael Dell, University of Texas at Austin:
    "Now it is time for you to move on to what's next and obtain your desire. But you must not let anything prevent you from taking those first steps. Don't spend so much time trying to choose the perfect opportunity but you missed the right opportunity. Recognize that there will be failures and obstacles. But you will learn from your mistakes and the mistakes of others."
32.Who wants to express "Don't be affected by what other people say."?
A.Michael Dell.    B.Bono.
C.Steve Jobs.    D.Oprah Winfrey.
33.Which of the following can best describe what Oprah Winfrey says?
A.To break some of the rules.
B.To overcome the fear of loss.
C.To try hard to achieve our goals.
D.To meet challenges in your life.
34.What Michael Dell said is to encourage people to ________.
A.listen to our heart    B.be open to new ideas
C.create our own journey    D.learn from our mistakes
35.What can we be likely to gain from these powerful: graduation speeches?
A.Some life lessons.    B.Some personal experiences.
C.Some social skills.    D.Some creative ideas,
第二节(共5小题)
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。
How to become the best version of yourself?
    When we step outside, we'd prefer it if we were presenting the best version of ourselves to people. ____36____ If you are looking to get more out of your life, here are a few things you need to do in order to become the best.
    Stop being negative.
    ____37____ If you tell yourself that you can't do something, your brain is going to immediately give up. If, however, you tell yourself that you can totally do this, your brain will wake up and rise to the challenge. ____38____ Instead of saying: "I can't"— say: "I can!" Don't worry about what others might think, Tell yourself that you're going to win today.
    ____39____
    Even though none of us are perfect, some of us are still very good at presenting the best version of ourselves. How? By being okay with our shortcomings. Shortcomings are what make us human. Instead of trying to hide them, celebrate them.
    Focus on your values.
    Your values are important. Our values guide our thought, action and decision. A person who knows his values agree with everything he does. He is sure of himself. Write down your core values. This will give some way to ensuring that you are the best. ____40____
A.You will become a person who makes decisions with confidence.
B.Put an end to past regrets.
C.It's time to set boundaries by looking after yourself for a change.
D.But when you return home, it's easy to fall back into your old habits.
E.Your brain tends to take what you say as truth.
F.Celebrate your shortcomings.
G.For this reason, it is important that you cut the negative talk.
第三部分  英语知识运用(共两节)
第一节  完型填空(共20小题)
阅读下面短文,从短文后各题所给的四个选项(A、B、C、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 deadly frozen night
    I am a worker named Yankel, who worked in a coal mine in a faraway mountain. I once met a bad accident. Do you know why I'm ____41____ today?
    I was a teenager at the time. Every day we went under the mine to dig and carry ____42____ out. One day we were about to pull out ____43____ the rocks at the entrance suddenly fell down. Most of the workers were badly injured. We were trapped under the ground for several days and had no ____44____ out. Night came and it was deathly cold, ____45____ any food or water. There were also no blankets to keep us warm ____46____ it was flooding everywhere.
    Beside me, there was a beloved elderly ____47____ from my hometown. He was shaking from head to toe, and looked ____48____. So I put my arms around him to ____49____ him up. I hugged him tightly to give him some heat. I ____50____ his arms, his legs, his face, and his neck, ____51____ him to try to be alive. I encouraged him. All night long, I kept this man warm this way.
    I was ____52____, and freezing cold myself. I can't feel my fingers, but I didn't ____53____ rubbing heat into that old man's body. Hours and hours ____54____. Finally, rescue came and we were saved. I ____55____ to see the other people. To my ____56____, all I could see were some frozen bodies. All people died. Only two people ____57____: the old man and me.
    May I tell you the secret to survival in this world? When you warm other people's hearts, you will ____58____ warm yourself. When you support, encourage and ____59____ others, then you will discover support, encouragement, and inspiration in your own life ____60____. That's the secret to a happy life.
41.A.confident    B.old    C.alive    D.successful
42.A.rock    B.coal    C.stone    D.wood
43.A.then    B.as    C.when    D.while
44.A.idea    B.problem    C.help    D.way
45.A.without    B.despite    C.offering    D.sharing
46.A.if    B.although    C.in case.    D.so that
47.A.man    B.woman    C.boy    D.girl
48.A.suprised    B.embarrassed    C.hopeful    D.terrible
49.A.wake    B.put    C.warm    D.cheer
50.A.rubbed    B.kissed    C.beat    D.patted
51.A.believing    B.promising    C.warning    D.begging
52.A.bored    B.tired    C.annoyed    D.relaxed
53.A.help    B.stand    C.keep    D.stop
54.A.went by    B.died downC.passed away    D.stayed up
55.A.fought back    B.hanged aroundC.looked around    D.held on
56.A.excitement    B.shock    C.relief    D.disappointment
57.A.rescued    B.survived    C.fled    D.stayed
58.A.also    B.still    C.even    D.again
59.A.help    B.comfort    C.love    D.inspire
60.A.for sure    B.on purpose    C.in return    D.by chance
第二节  语法填空题(共10小题)
阅读下面材料在空白处填入1个适当的单词或括号内单词的正确形式。
    In a proper tea ceremony, everyone has their roles. The host is in the position for ____61____ (pour) tea for everyone and you shouldn't take this role. However, in a restaurant, if someone pours tea for you, you can do it for him in ____62____ next round. When someone pours tea for you, lightly knock your two fingers ____63____ the table and say "thank you". If they're older than you, you should pretend to be a little  "guilty" because you don't deserve their politeness. This drama should ____64____ (repeat) every time someone pours tea for you.
    In any situations, before you pour tea into your own cup, always look around and see. ____65____ there's anyone ____66____ cup is not full. Pour tea into their Cups first, as it's ____67____ (polite) if you pour tea just for yourself.
    In Chinese culture, pouring tea for someone can have a lot of ____68____(mean). When a guest comes, they serve tea ____69____ (show) a sign of welcome, when getting ____70____ (marry), a couple kneels on the floor and passes the tea to their parents to express their gratefulness.
第四部分:写作(共两节)
第一节:短文改错(共10小题)
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。每处错误仅涉及二个单词的增加、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。
    Apologizing can be harder than realizing you've acted poor. To truly apologize for a friend, you had to be sincere and admit your mistakes. And let your friend to know how much he or she means to you. This may be easy said than done, but if they hide your feeling of pride, and show some real regret, you'll have a tree apology ready. If possible, always apologize personally. Sending flowers or gifts is free, and flowers aren't giving informations "I'm sorry." You are just hiding behind gifts. So it is of great important to apologize personally. This will make your friends more willing to accept apology.
第二节  书面表达
    假设你是育才中学学生李华,在网上得知美国籍中学生Tom想来中国沿古代丝绸之路游览,他向网友征集驴友兼向导。你有兴趣做他的旅伴,请给Tom写一封自荐信,内容要点如下:
1.个人情况介绍。
2.希望能想成为Tom的驴友。
注意:
1.词数100左右;
2.可适当增加细节,以使行文连贯。
2016~2017学年度第二学期期末质量检测

第一部分  听力(共两节)
1—5 ABCCB    6—10 ACABB    11—15 CABBA    16—20 CBCAC
  阅读理解(共两节)
  21—23 BAC  24—27 BAAC
28—31 BBAC    32—35 CDDA
第二节  36—40 DEGFA
第三部分  英语知识运用(共两节)
  完型填空(共20小题)
41—45 CBCDA   46—50 BADCA51—55 DBDAC    56—60 BBADC
第二节  语法填空题(共10小题)
61.pouring    62.the    63.on/at64.be repeated    65.if(whether)
66.whose    67.impolite    68.meanings69.to show    70.married
(共两节)
(共10小题)
7t.poor改为poorly72.for改为to73.had改为have74.去掉to
75.easy改为easier76.they改为you77.and改为but或yet78.informations改为information
79.important改为importance80.在accept和apology间增加the或your
  书面表达
One possible version
Dear Tom,
    How do you do? I've learned from your post that you want to travel along the Ancient Silk Road in China during this summer holiday and are going after a tour pal and tour guide, so I'm writing to you to recommend myself.
    I'm Li Hua, a student from Yucai High School. I love traveling and always want to travel along the Silk Road. I've done a lot of research in my spare time. Therefore, I know much about all the towns, cities and. places of interest along the road, including their history, customs and culture. More importantly, I can speak English fluently.
    I believe I'm the right person you're looking for. Looking forward to your reply.
Yours,
Li Hua













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