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   西宁市第二十一中学2017-2018学年第一学期高二英语
11月月考测试卷
                             命题人:高一英语备课组
第一部分:听力 (共两节,满分30分)
第一节
1. How will the woman pay? 
A. By cash.					B. By credit card.			   C. By check.
2. Where was the man born? 
A. In America. 				B. In Canada. 					C. In England.
3. Which season is it now? 
A. Spring.					B. Summer.					C. Winter.
4. When will the man get on a plane?
A. At 8:00.					B. At 8:15.					C. At 8:30.
5. Where does the woman want to go? 
A. Spain.                   B. Sweden.                   C. Switzerland.
第二节  
听第6段材料,回答第6、7题。
6. What can’t Janie understand? 
A. Her homework.          B. Her history test.     C. Her English paper.
7. Who will the man help? 
A. His father.				B. His sister.					C. The woman.
听第7段材料,回答第8至10题。
8. Who read to the girls? 
A. The woman.             B. Only the man.    C. The man and his wife.
9. When did the girls start reading well? 
A. At five.					B. At six.					C. At seven.
10. What does the man think the woman’s son should do now? 
A. Read a lot.       B. Do whatever he likes.   C. Learn from the man’s daughters.
听第8段材料,回答第11至13题。
11. What’s wrong with the man? 
A. He has got a cold again.       B. He gets tired easily in winter.
C. He has been seriously ill for a week.
12. What may the man begin to try? 
A. Riding a bike.   B. Going to the gym.   C. Climbing the stairs. 
13. What is the probable relationship between the speakers? 
A. Co-workers.    B. Husband and wife.     C. Doctor and patient.
听第9段材料,回答第14至16题。
14. What does the man want the woman to do? 
A. Help him with his research paper.B. Go on a business trip with him.
C. Write a report for him.
15. When would the man like the woman to be finished? 
A. Thursday.				B. Friday.					C. Next Monday.
16. Where will the woman go on Thursday afternoon? 
A. To the library.			B. To a meeting room.			C. To a café.
听第10段材料,回答第17至20题。
17. Where is Las Vegas? 
A. In the desert.         	B. Near a forest.           C. Close to New York.
18. What is Las Vegas famous for? 
A. Swimming pools.			B. Fashion.					C. Card games.
19. Which is popular with kids? 
A. Museums.				B. Restaurants.				C. Music clubs.
20. What is the purpose of this introduction to Las Vegas? 
A. To teach visitors about playing cards.   B. To get families to bring their children.
C. To suggest different activities for visitors.
第部分: 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30分)
A 
	When someone told 85-year-old Johnny Long that he was called a living legend, he replied, “I don’t know about that, but I’m living, and that’s important.” 
	Starting in 1949 as a high school band director and later as director of the Troy University band, Johnny Long became known as one of the most inspirational band directors in America. More than three hundred of his students went on to become band directors them-selves. “I have been a band director for more than 60 years and all I know about the word band is that you spell it F-U-N,” Long said. “And if you change that, it’s over.”
	Long retired 14 years ago to spend more time with his wife Mary Lynn. But his passion (热情) for bands never went away. He dreamed of forming a top-notch (拔尖的) community band in Troy. But Troy is a small town — with not a ton of top-notch talent. “I didn’t think it would work, I really didn’t,” Long said. 
	Fortunately, there was one thing Johnny hadn’t considered: the devotion of his former students. Now, once a week during the concert season, they drive in from all over the south and across the decades. 
	65-year-old Bobby Johnson was in Long’s first college class. He lives in Atlanta and drives 3 hours to practice. Johnson said he does it because Long’s “such a unique character and I just admire him so much.”
	Many people do it for the same reason. “He’s the single biggest influence on my career.” “He was a father figure to me. He’s just a genuine person.” 
		Long said he wanted to be remembered as a teacher. “I think ‘teacher’ is the greatest word in the English language, next to ‘mother’.”
21. What Long got most from bands was ______.
A. pleasure	     B. health	     C. wealth	       D. honor
22. Why did Long retire 14 years ago?
A. Because he found no band talent in Troy.  
B. Because he was tired of working as a director.
C. Because he hoped to spend more time with his wife.
D. Because he found his students were not devoted to music. 
23. The words of Long’s students show that ______.
A. Long treated his students like a father  B. Long was born to be a good teacher
C. Long influenced his students greatly   D. Long was very special as a teacher 
24. What’s the main idea of the text?
A. Johnny Long still teaches at the age of 85.    B. A band director had more than 300 students.
C. A band lover organized a band in a small town. D. 85-year-old band director still inspires others. 
B 
	Karaoke is from Japan. The “kara” of karaoke means empty, while the “oke” is a Japanese abbreviation (缩略词) of the English word “orchestra”. These two words coming together mean an orchestra without a singer. I know “karaoke bars” are well known by Americans, but actually we have few karaoke bars in Japan. What we call “karaoke box” is more popular in Japan.
    Shinjuku may be a place you want to go. There are huge shopping malls, video centers, movie theaters and many kinds of amusement. It is very crowded, especially on weekends, and you can hardly walk through the area. But don’t worry if you don’t know where to go because people who work at those karaoke boxes are on the street, and they will introduce you to the service they have, or they offer you a discount to visit their karaoke box. 
    After you have settled into the room and your music starts, you can adjust the key or tempo (调) of the song if you feel it is too high or low, or too fast or slow. Also, if you want to have harmony (和声), you can. But the important thing here is you should listen to other people singing. Usually people like to have audiences and that’s what people like when doing karaoke.
    At karaoke boxes, you should not look into other rooms. You can’t smoke or drink if you are under twenty. Though there are no specific people who go around the boxes because they don’t want to make their customers feel nervous, it is important to follow these rules.
    Though some people would not like singing in front of people even if they were friends or family, in my opinion, you can still have a lot of fun there. I think it is a way to express ourselves to people whom we like, and we want to say, “Listen to me! I am here!” 
25. Which of the following is TRUE about Shinjuku in Japan?
A. The karaoke box originated there.         B. It’s easy for people to get lost there. 
C. It provides a wide choice of entertainment.  D. Most of Japanese karaoke boxes are located there. 
26. What does the author think is important when enjoying karaoke?
A. Trying to choose different types of music.  B. Listening to others and being their audience. 
C. Changing the key or tempo of the music.   D. Adding harmony to the songs you like. 
27. According to the text, it can be learned that the author thinks ______. 
A. singing in front of friends or family is very interesting  
B. doing karaoke can be a way to communicate with others
C. karaoke boxes in Japan are better than karaoke bars in America
D. karaoke workers should teach their customers to follow the rules
C 
	For years, Warner Bros., with help from author JK Rowling, has taken the details of the “Harry Potter” books and made them come alive on the big screen. Now, you have access to the Wizarding World of Harry Potter in Orlando, Florida. By entering the park, visitors will experience things that are like scenes right out of the movies. Here are a few highlights of the park.
Thrill Rides
*  Harry Potter and the Forbidden Journey 
	Ground-breaking and technologically advanced, this unique ride takes park-goers on a journey through the Harry Potter timeline. Along the way, you’ll visit some memorable locations. And who would be more qualified to host the ride than the three main characters themselves, Harry, Ron, and Hermione?
*  Flight of the Hippogriff (鹰头马身有翅怪兽)
	You may remember that Hagrid, Hogwarts’ half-
-giant caretaker, has a special connection with magical creatures. For this ride, follow Hagrid’s instructions on how to approach a Hippogriff. Then, jump aboard for a test flight!
Amazing shops
*  Dervish and Banges 
	At this magical shop, visitors will find almost everything they need to change into wizards-in-training. From Hogwarts robes (长袍) and spell (咒语) books to sports equipment, Dervish and Banges has them all.
*  Ollivanders 
	Imagine being able to pick out your very own magic wand (魔杖), just as Harry did. Or rather, imagine having your wand pick you! It’s all possible at Ollivanders. Visitors to the mystical wand shop will be treated to a unique interactive experience and leave with the perfect match.
28. The underlined word “highlights” in the first paragraph probably means ______.
A. reasons       B. imaginations     C. long lists     	     D. best parts	
29. Where will visitors probably find Harry Potter?
A. At Ollivanders.    B. At Dervish and Banges.
C. In the Flight of the Hippogriff ride.  D. In the Harry Potter and the Forbidden Journey ride. 
30. Visitors can buy all the following things at Dervish and Banges EXCEPT ______.
A. spell books	      B. magic wands  C. Hogwarts robes 	   D. sports equipment
31. For what purpose is the text written?
A. To tell a magic story.         B. To announce a new plan.
C. To introduce a theme park.     D. To offer a flying program. 
                                      D 
	In a little-known part of the counter-terrorism (反恐怖主义) world, one of the most effective detection systems is a 600-pound animal that works for about 20 pounds of fish a day.
	Since the 1960s, the United States and a handful of other countries have trained dolphins and sea lions to detect sea mines and swimmers, and to recover worn-
-out torpedoes (鱼雷) and testing objects used in naval (海军的) exercises.
	The U.S. Navy kept its Marine Mammal Program a secret until the 1990s, and this spring CNN became one of the first members of the media to witness firsthand how the program works.
	The program trains about 75 Pacific bottlenose dolphins, with natural biosonar (生物声纳) that tracks better than any manmade device; and 35 California sea lions, with very good underwater eyesight.
	Not only do these trained marine mammals track and save millions of dollars in U.S. military equipment, they are also helping to save lives. The Navy won’t reveal whether the dolphins and sea lions have effectively stopped terrorists attempting to do harm to the U.S.
	A key part of the training program is teaching these mammals how to stop potentially unfriendly swimmers. The program is also positioned to defend against swimmer terrorist attacks as well.
	In the digital age, it seems that there should be more advanced approaches to guard the Navy’s most expensive things. But according to Rothe, the program director, nothing in today’s high-technology world can compete with these mammals’ biosonar abilities. “I hope that one day there is a robot or a UUV (un-manned underwater vehicle) that makes the mammal program out of date,” he said. “But right now this is the best thing out there.”
32. The U.S. Marine Mammal Program trained marine mammals to ______.
A. stop dangerous swimmers   B. catch 20 pounds of fish a day
C. destroy sea mines          D. fire torpedoes
33. The U.S. trained dolphins because they ______.
A. are clever     B. swim very fast
C. have natural biosonar  D. have good underwater eyesight
34. What can we learn from the last paragraph?
A. The trained dolphins are the best way of protection available to the U.S. Navy.
B. There will be dolphin-like robots in the future according to Rothe.
C. The mammal program will become useless soon.
D. Rothe has no faith in today’s high technology.
35. Which of the following is TRUE according to the text?
A. Many countries have trained sea animals for counter-terrorism.
B. The Marine Mammal Program was a secret until the 1960s.
C. The trained sea animals have already stopped some terrorists.
D. The U.S. Navy has trained both dolphins and sea lions.
第二节(共5小题;每小题2分,满分10分)
	In times of economic downturn, many people start to look for ways to reduce their household budget and save extra cash. Living a thrifty (节俭的) lifestyle does not have to mean doing nothing.36  Here are some tips.
	Track your spending for at least 2 weeks. You won’t really know how to live a thriftier lifestyle until you know where your money is going. Write down every time you spend money and take a look at it at the end of the month.  37 
	Search the Internet when you have to make purchases. Because of the easy access to information, you can compare prices from more stores in less time.  38  Combining producers’ coupons (优惠券) with store discounts can lead to major savings.
	Turn off the lights and other electronics in your home when you are not using them. 39  Leaving electronics on can use a tremendous amount of extra energy, costing you money.
	 40  When you do have to go out, look for available deals and discounts. If you are a frequent restaurant diner, consider purchasing a guide book for local restaurants, which will help you save money.
A. Eat at home as often as possible.
B. You probably don’t really need 500 channels.
C. If you really can’t live without it, call the company.
D. Open a window and let in the natural light instead.
E. In this way, you will see obvious ways to reduce the small daily expenses.
F. So check your local stores as well as online providers to find the best price.
G. Instead, making small changes will allow you to save money and still enjoy yourself.
第三部分:完形填空(共20小题;每小题1.5分,满分30 分)
	The other day my daughter finally had a day off work. We decided to go out in the  41  for the first time, together! It was an enjoyable experience. Then a(n)  42   thing happened. She turned and asked, “Hey, Dad, can I  43  the boat?” I had a look of fear in my eyes  44  the boat can be driven at a very high speed and can be turned over very quickly. However, I  45   the driving seat to her and began  46  her how to properly control the boat. I told her to remain  47  as I had complete faith in her. 
	It can be both scary and rewarding when your child  48  something. Even if it’s a small thing, you  49  feel like they are growing up too fast and it’s out of your  50 . Time goes by so quickly, so it’s  51   to spend time with your kids, with your family. It is an amazing feeling to  52  as their confidence grows.
	It  53  back to everyday life. In every situation if you relax, take your time, show confidence, you will have a great  54 . Not only did I have a 55  morning on the boat with my  56  but we grabbed our little neighbour who is 8 years old and put him in the  57   right between us. As I put the gas all the way down going at  58  speed, making tight turns and bouncing (跳跃) over the  59 , all I could hear was my neighbour  60  and screaming at the top of his lungs because he was having such a great time.
41. A. plane     	B. train	       C. car	             D. boat
42.	A. discouragingB. frightening	C. inspiring		     D. interesting
43.	A. drive      B. touch	        C. carry	         D. buy
44.	A. if	         B. but	        C. since	         D. until
45.	A. broke down	 B. handed over   C.  packed up	 D. brought in
46.	A. teaching	 B. reminding	C. warning		     D. asking
47.	A. excited	   B. firm	    C. quiet           D. calm
48.	A. proves	      B. discovers	    C. achieves	     D. owns
49.	A. even	      B. only	        C. thus          D. still
50.	A. sense       B. control	     C. state	        D. sight
51.	A. early	      B. important    C. quick	        D. easy
52.	A. watch		  B. understand	C. leave		    D. appreciate
53.	A. compares	  B. refers	    C. relates	        D. points
54.	A. thought	  B. friend	    C. time	        D. chance
55.	A. safe	       B. fun	    C. free	        D. cold
56.	A. daughter	   B. son	    C. brother	    D. sister
57.	A. queue	       B. bed	    C. floor	        D. seat
58.	A. top		   B. constant	     C. normal		D. comfortable
59.	A. snow	       B. wind	     C. waves	     D. clouds
60.	A. laughing	   B. speaking	 C. dancing	     D. singing
第二节(共10小题;每小题1.5分,满分15分)
Chinese proverbs are rich and they are still widely used in Chinese people’s daily life .           61.    these proverbs there are often interesting stories.For example,the proverb,“plucking up a crop 62.   (help)it grow”,is based on the following story. 
It is said that a short tempered man in the Song Dynasty(960-1279)was very anxious to help
 63.     rice crop grow up quickly. He was thinking about 64.    day and night.But the crop was growing much slower than he expected. 
One day, he came up with an idea 65.    he would pluck up all of his crop a few inches.He did so the next day. 
He was very tired 66.    doing this for a whole day,67.    he felt very happy since the crop did “grow”68.   (high). 
His son heard about this and went to see the crop.Unfortunately the leaves of the crop began to wither.
This proverb is saying we have to let things go in their 69.   (nature)course. Being too anxious to help an event develop often 70.   (result)in the contrary to our intention. 
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)
Recently, our class has held a heated discussion about how evening classes should be cancelled. Some of them are in favor the idea that evening classes should be cancelled. To begin with, cancel evening classes mean we have more time to learn by ourselves. Besides, we will have more time to develop our hobby such as reading, playing sports, drawing and so on. However, others oppose to this idea. Compared with studying at home, studying at school may lead to higher study efficiency. What’s worse, the problems in study can be dealing with as soon as possible. I prefer studying at home because I want to form the habit of being independence.
作文:第二节:书面表达(满分25分假定你是高中生李,有感于校园中存在的随意涂写(scribble)和乱丢垃圾(litter)的行为,请用英文给校长写封信。说明写信的目的。2.对这些行为提出批评。3.提出建议      

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二阅读
21-25 ACCDC    26-30 BBDDB   31-35 CACAD        36-40 GEFDA
三完型
41-45 DBACB        46-50 ADCDB  51-55 BACCB  56-60 ADACA        
四语法填空
:61 .Behind/In .to help 6.his 6.this/it65.that 
6.after 6.but/yet 6.higher 6.natural 70.results
 五改错
71. ... about how evening classes ... 		how → whether / if 
72. Some of them ... 					   them → us
73. ... in favor the idea ... 	          favor后加of
7. ... cancel evening classes ...	       cancel → cancelling
75. ... mean we have ... 					mean → means
76. ... develop our hobby ... 				hobby → hobbies
77. ... oppose to this idea.				   去掉to或oppose → object
. What’s worse ... 						worse → more
79. ... can be dealing with ... 	          dealing → dealt
80. ... of being independence. 	      independence → independent
范文: Dear Mr. Headmaster, 
  I am Li Yue, a student from class one,senior II. I am writing to draw your attention to some improper behavior among us students : littering and scribbling. It makes our school dirty and unpleasant, and does harm to the image of our school. I always feel ashamed whenever I see this. It is clearly not appropriate for a student to litter and scribble about. I wonder if the school could place more dustbins around and set up specific rules against such behavior. At the same time, students should be encouraged to develop good habits and better behave themselves. I believe that, with the joint efforts of bother teachers and students,our school will become a more enjoyable place in the near future. Thank for your consideration. 
  Yours faithfully, 
  Li hua










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