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辽宁省实验中学分校2016-2017学年度下学期第二次月考
英语学科    高一年级  命题人:崔志娇  校对人:顾帅
第一部分  听力( 共两节,满分30分)1-20题 (略)
第二部分阅读理解 (共两节,满分0分)
第一节  (共15题; 每小题分,满分分)There is a story about a man who lost his legs and left arm in an accident. After the accident, only a finger and thumb on his right hand remained.
He was a brilliant, creative, and educated man. He had gained a lot of experience while traveling around the world, so he became very depressed after his accident. He was afraid that he would spend the rest of his life suffering and would no longer be able to spend his life in a meaningful way. Then, he realized that he still had partial function of his right hand and could still write even though it was very difficult. An idea occurred to him, “Why not write to other people who need encouragement?”
He wrote to the prison ministry about sending letters to the prisoners. The prison minister replied, “Writing to the prisoners is acceptable, but your letters will not be answered.”
Filled with excitement, the man knew he could write his letters. He began sending one-way messages of God’s love, hope, strength, and encouragement. He wrote twice a week, testing his strength and ability to the limit. He poured his heart and soul into his words and shared his experience, sense of humor, optimism, and faith.
It was difficult to write those letters, especially without hope of a reply. One day he received a letter from the prison ministry. It was a short note from the officer who monitored and checked the prison mail.
The letter said, “Please write on the best paper you can afford. Your letters are passed from room to room until they fall to pieces!”
No matter what circumstances life may present, we all have unique experiences, abilities, and God-given talents. We can discover ways to reach others who desperately need messages of encouragement and strength. 
21. Before the man had the accident, he __________.
  A. had toured around the world               B. had visited local prisons
  C. had tried doing exercise to recover himself   D. had been friends with the prison minister
22. In order to live in a meaningful way, the man began to ________.
  A. receive the school education          B. write to other people who needed encouragement
  C. meet the people who were depressed    D. help other people who lost arms and legs 
23. From the officer’s short note we are told that __________.
  A. the man would be offered free paper to write letters on
  B. some of the prisoners were not satisfied with his letters
  C. the prisoners eagerly wanted to write back to the man
  D. his letters were very popular among the prisoners
24. What can be the best title for the passage?
  A. Stories about a Humorous Person		     B. Popularity of Special Letters
  C. Special Letters of Encouragement		     D. Relationship between Writers and Prisoners
B
Two recent studies have found that punishment is not the best way to influence behavior.
One showed that adults are much more cooperative if they work in a system based on rewards. Researchers at Harvard University in the United States and the Stockholm School of Economics in Sweden did the study.
They had about two hundred college students play a version of the game known as the Prisoner’s Dilemma. The game is based on the tension between the interests of an individual and a group. The students played in groups of four. Each player could win points for the group, so they would all gain equally. But each player could also reward or punish each of the other three players. Harvard researcher David Rand says the most successful behavior proved to be cooperation. The groups that rewarded the most earned about twice as much in the game as the groups that rewarded the least. And the more a group punished itself, the lower its earnings. The study appeared last month in the journal Science.
The other study involved children. It was presented last month in California at a conference on violence and abuse(虐待). Researchers used intelligence tests given to two groups. More than eight hundred children were aged two to four the first time they were tested. More than seven hundred children were aged five to nine. The two groups were retested four years later, and the study compared the results with the first test. Both groups contained children whose parents used physical punishment and children whose parents did not. 
The study says the IQs of the younger children who were not spanked were five points higher than those who were. In the older group, the difference was almost three points. The more they are spanked, the slower their mental development. 
25. Which of the following is TRUE according to the second study?
     A. Children’s IQs have much to do with physical punishment.
     B. The study is about violence and cooperation of children.
     C. The children tested were divided into groups of four.
     D. Children’s mental development only relies on their IQs.
26. What does the underlined word “spanked” refer to?
     A. punished           		B. blamed             		C. tested      		D. praised
27. What might be the best title for the text?
     A. The Best Way to Correct Misbehavior
     B. Punishment Is the Best Way of Education
     C. Cooperation Is the Most Successful Behavior
     D. Punishment or Reward: Which Works Better on Behavior?       
C
Car companies are developing vehicles that will plug into electric sockets, ust like many laptops, digital cameras, cell phones and Mp4 do. Called “plug-in vehicles”, these cars will get most of their power from electricity. Their drivers won't have to stop at gas stations as often as usual.
   The technology is more than just cool. In our car-filled world, plug-in vehicles could reduce the amount of gas we use, which keeps rising in cost now and then. Besides, driving around in these vehicles may even help the environment. Gas-burning cars produce a lot of greenhouse gas, which causes global warming.
   The first company-produced plug-in vehicles could hit the roads by 2020. But engineers still have a lot of work to do to make the technology practical and inexpensive.
Batteries are the biggest challenge. In the plug-in-vehicle world,Li-ion(锂离子)batteries are getting the most attentionThese batteries can store a large amount of energy in a small package, and they last a longer time between charges. Li-ion batteries can fit laptops, cell phones, heart instruments and other similar pocket ones.
But because cars are so big and heavy, it would still require a suitcase-sized Li-ion batteries to power about 12km of driving. What's more, the batteries are much expensive.
“A car filled with batteries could go a long distance,” says Ted Bohn, an electrical engineer in Chicago. “But it couldn't pull any people, and it would cost $100,000.” So researchers need to work out how to make batteries smaller and cheaper, among other questions.
“The answers don't exist yet, ” Bohn says, “As a kid, I thought someone someplace knows the answer to everything. All of these questions haven't been decided. That's what engineering is about-making a guess, running tests and getting fine results.”
28.A.the developing    B.the speed    C.the appearance D.the batteries
2.Which is true according to the passage?
A.The “plug-in vehicles” will use electricity completely as driving power.
B.The new technology will help protect our environment.
C.The technology of using electricity as driving is quite practical now.       
D.The biggest challenge of the new technology is that it will cost us more energy.
.How does Bohn feel about the future of the technology according to the last paragraph?
A.Confident    B.Puzzled.    C.Worried. D.Disappointed.
.According to the passagethe new technology is facing the problems except that_______.
A.the new technology cannot come into use at present
B.the cost of the new technology is quite high
C.the government won't support the technology
D.the size of the batteries is too big at present
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32. Many Americans fail to lose weight probably_____________
A. they lack confidence           B they do exercise alone
C. they are under great pressure    D. they don’t get enough exercise
33. From the text, we can learn that if you join the gym, ___________
A. you will lose weight safely but slowly    
B. you will struggle with workout routines
C. you will be advised to pay attention to nutrition 
D. you will be advised to have nothing in between workouts
34. How much do a couple have to pay if they join the gym today?
   A. $ 800    B. $500    C. $ 900   D. $1,000
35. This text is most probably taken from a ___________
   A. newspaper   B. magazine   C. website   D. textbook
第二节(共5小题;每小题2分,满分10分)
Do you know what a big dream is?   36   Or, is a big dream something that provides only entertainment? Children dream big dreams, but there are three barriers to realizing dreams. They often kill them before they ever have a chance to grow.
The Self
Immediately following the birth of a big dream, a negative self-talk takes over and gives all the reasons why it cannot happen. This inside voice is the ego (自我). It’s there for protecting and should be listened to.    37    Most people are influenced by the inside voice. That’s why only a handful of people make their dream come true.
   38   
Family and friends are a lot like the ego. They want to protect those they love, so they will often list all the reasons why the big dreams won’t come true. Sometimes, family and friends destroy dreams of those they love most, out of their own fear of being left behind.
The World
If one gets past the first two barriers, one has to face the world.   39   In the past, big dreamers were locked up and sometimes even killed when they were shown to the world. Fortunately, in most of the world today, big dreamers just get laughed at.
The way to realize a big dream is with confidence and action. When children have confidence and then take action, they will be ready to accept any failure. The truth is that every great dreamer whose dreams have never seen the light of success knows failure well.    40   

A. Family and Friends 
B. How Big Dreams Die
C. Does a big dream show one’s future?
D. They simply fail until they succeed.
E. Sometimes it is right, but more often it is wrong
F. It is the last and the most terrible barrier.
G. And their big dream is to be a rock star or a famous artist.
第三部分  英语知识运用(共两节,满分5分)第一节 完形填空(共20小题;每题1.5分,满分30分)Last Christmas while staying with my parents, I   41    across some old love letters that my parents wrote to each other. These letters were all piled up in a basket, dirty and    42   with dust.    43   to read and sort them, I asked them if I could take the letters back to my Illinois home. They agreed.
As I carefully opened each letter, all of them delicate with age, I discovered a new page  44  unknown to me in this private chapter of my parents’ lives.
My father used to    45    in the army. So his letters were full of frontline    46   of the things about the war. Each of my mother’s letters was marked   47   her 1944 dark red lipstick kiss. I was    48   to these letters like a magnet (磁铁).
Just six weeks after our Christmas visit, Daddy became very   9  . and was hospitalized. This time, he was fighting a   50   kind of war. As I sat by his bedside, we discussed the   51  . He told me how much receiving those lipstick-kissed letters had   52   to him when he had been so far from home.
It so happened that the next day would be February 14. From the    53   letters I chose the card my father had sent Mother in 1944 and brought it to my father’s bedside.
At his bedside, I joked with him, saying  54  , “Today is Valentine’s Day, don’t you want to send Mother a present?” He became more  55    when I handed him the old   56  . He carefully opened it and took out the card, and when he   57  it, his eyes were filled with tears.
My father, in a voice tight with   58  read the loving  59  he’d sent to my mother fifty-six years earlier. And this time, he could read it to her   60    .
41. A. came 			B. hit				C. drew				D. fell
42. A. hidden 			B. covered			C. buried 			D. filled
43. A. Pretending 		B. Suggesting 		C. Preferring 		    D. Deciding
44. A. recently 		B. occasionally		C. previously 		    D. usually
45. A. work 			B. study 			    C. serve 			    D. report  
46. A. accounts		B. documents 		   	C. introductions		D. occupations 
47. A. with 			B. for 				C. of 				D. as
48. A. devoted 		B. abandoned 			C. thrown 			D. drawn
49. A. depressed 		B. dead. 				C. dangerous 		    D. ill
50. A. typical 			B. traditional 			C. different 		    D. familiar   
51. A. wars 			B. illnesses 			C. letters 			D. prescriptions
52. A. meant 			B. intended 			C. planned 			D. said
53. A. divided 		B. sorted 			C. separated 		    D. updated
54. A. sadly 			B. angrily 			C. softly 			    D. loudly
55. A. curious 	    B. enthusiastic 		C. fantastic 		    D. positive
56. A. Christmas card 	B. envelope 			C. basket 			D. lipstick
57. A. found 			B. wrote 				C. recognized 		D. missed  
58. A. astonishment 	B. sorrow 			C. sickness 			D. emotion 
59. A. story 			B. message  			C. speech 			D. motto
60. A. in brief 			B. in private 		C. in danger 		    D. in person  
第二节(共1小题;每小题1分,满分15分) Our water is running _______, so I have to fetch some.
62. I had no alternative but ________ (obey) the rules.
63. The boy was in a situation _________ he might lose his life.
64. Motorists could take a bus into the city center and arrive at work or the shops relaxed and ______ a good mood.
65. There are tow subway lines in Shenyang and several more lines are _______ construction at present.
66. ____________ (involve) in the attempted murder, Jack was sentenced 12 years in prison.
67. The kind of bus _____________ (power) by low-carbon fuel which has been invented by some college students.
68. The note __________ (attach) to the shoe-box is neatly folded shaped like a heart.
69. I am all __________ favour of equal pay for equal work.
70. It’s illegal to carry ______________ (threat)weapons.
71. Hit by a sudden stone on the head, he became ___________ (无意识的)
72. Los Angeles was built with the motor car ________ mind and is famous for its six-lane highways.
73. We haven't found the__________ (solve) yet, but I'm sure we're on the right track. We haven't found the solution yet, but I'm sure we're on the right track.
74. If you have no educational background, you will ___________(无疑地)be looked down upon by some others.
75. We all know that China is a country which has rich natural ___________(资源). 
第四部分  写作 ( 共两节,满分35分)
第一节:短文改错(每小题1分,共计10分)
英语课上,老师要求同桌同学相互修改作文。假设以下书信为你同桌所写,请你对其进行修改。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:在缺词处加一个漏词符号(∧),并在此符号下面写出该加的词。
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。
Music is the international language.The songs sung or playing by instruments are beautiful to people everywherePopular music in America is that every student likes. Students carry small radios with earphones, but listen to music before class, after class, and at lunch. There are other kinds music that are important to Americans. One is called folk music, it tells stories about common life of Americans. Another is called western or country music, started by cowboys whom would sing to the cows they were watching out. Today, any music about the love between a country boy and his girl friend are called western or country music. 

第二节:书面表达(满分25分)
自从进入高中以来,你感到学习的任务增加了,而且学习的压力也更大了。请你结合以下要点写篇英语短文,谈谈如何正确面对和释放压力。
要点包括:1. 以正确的态度对待压力;
     2. 通过与人沟通交谈等来释放压力;
     3. 积极参加体育活动。
要求:1. 100词左右;
 2. 可适当增加内容以使行文连贯;
3. 内容包括以上要点。
Since I entered senior high school, I can feel more pressure from my teachers and parents with my learning load increasing.____________________________________________________
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第二次月考答案
阅读理解:21-24   ABDC   25-27 AAD   28-31 DBC  32-35 DCAC
七选五:36-40 CEAFD
完形填空:41-45 ABDCC		46-50 AADDC  	51-55 CABCA  	56-60 BCDBD
语法填空:61. out   62. to obey  62. where   64. in 65. under  66. Involved  67. is powered  68. attached  69. in  70. threatening  71. unconscious 72. in 73. solution 74. definitely 75. resources
改错:1.the→ an    2.playing→ played  3.that→ what   4.but→ and   5.kinds后加of  6.it→ which  7.common前加the  8.whom→ who  9.去掉out  10.are→is
Since I entered senior high school, I can feel more pressure from my teachers and parents with my learning load increasing. So it is important to learn how to deal with pressure.
First of all, we should develop a positive attitude towards pressure because everybody has pressure and pressure is everywhere. Second, we should try to relieve our pressure in correct ways. When I feel stressed, I would talk to my parents or good friends so that they can share my problems. Sometimes I listen to my favorite song and sing out loud with the singer. In this way, I feel much better. Besides, I can reduce my pressure by playing sports with friends.
If we can do as above mentioned, I do believe we can set free from pressure and enjoy our school life.













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