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# 河北省承德一中2017-2018学年高一上学期第三次月考英语试卷

河北承德第一中学2017-2018上学期第次月考
高一英语试题
时间120分钟 满分150分   命题人：

A. For four years.       B. For three years.      C. For two years.
2. Who is going to Washington?
A. Peter.             B. Tom       C. Kate.
3. What are the speakers talking about?
A. Selling their apartment.    B. Their future house.     C. Their new car.
4. What has the woman been looking for?
A. Her friends.            B. Her keys.         C. A place.
5. What subjects does the woman know well?
A. History, math and English.
B. English, physics and chemistry.
C. Chemistry, history and English.

听下面5段对话，每段对话后有几个小题，从题中所给的A、B、C三个选项中选出最佳选项，并标在试卷的相应位置。听每段对话前，你将有时间阅读各个小题，每小题5秒钟；听完后，各小题给出5秒钟的作答时间，每段对话读两遍。

A. Expecting a phone call from the man.      B. Reading an interesting book.
C. Talking to her friend.
7. What will the man do tonight?
A. Go out with the woman.    B. Meet his friends.    C. Watch a basketball game.

What’s the woman doing?
A. Taking her pet to hospital.     B. Considering getting a pet.   C. Sending her dog away.
9. What does the woman think of keeping a dog?
A. It’s a lot of fun.    B. It’s an easy job.    C. It needs lots of work.
10. What does the man suggest the woman do?
A. Feed her dog with the right food.
B. Take the loveliest dog home.
C. Take a dog home for several days.

A . By bus.      B. By car.     C. On foot.
12. Why didn’t she get her schoolbag when she returned home?
A. She had no key to open the door.
B. She forgot where she had put it.
C. Her brother had taken it.
13. What did Mr. Black say to her probably?
A. Why are you late?

A. To get to know her conditions.     B. To fill in a form.   C. To make suggestions.
15. What is the woman’s goal?
A. To improve her tennis skills.    B. To keep fit.    C. To lose weight.
16. What’s the conversation mainly about?
A. Entering an exercise program.
B. The importance of sports.
C. The woman’s health problems.

What kind of runner is the third runner in the team?
A. The third fastest.    B. The second fastest.    C. The fastest.
18. Where does the waiting runner stand?
A. To the left of the track.    B. To the right of the track.  C. In the middle of the track.
19. What is the distance for the exchange?
A. Within 10 meters.     B. Within 20 meters.    C. Within 30 meters.
20. What will the speaker do next?
A. Choose the runners for each team.
B. Declare the start of the race.
C. Teach how to pass the baton (接力棒).

A
How to greet people when they meet? Topic determines. "Small talk", in most languages, usually follows a greeting．Small talk means the little things we talk about at the start of a conversation．In English-speaking countries people often make small talk about the weather: "Nice day, isn't it?" "Terrible weather, isn't it?"．But there is something special about small talk．It must be about something that both people have the same opinion about．The purpose of small talk is to let both people agree on something．This makes meeting people easier and more comfortable．People usually agree about the weather, so it is a safe topic for small talk．But people often disagree about religion （宗教） or politics so these are not suitable topics for small talk in English．The topics for small talk also depend on where the conversation is taking place．At football matches, people make small talk about the game they are watching: "A great game, isn't it?" At bus-stops, people may talk about the transport system 体制）："The bus service is terrible, isn't it?"
Greetings and small talk are an important part of conversation in any language．The way people greet each other and the things they talk about, however, may be different from one language to another．This shows that there is much more to learn when we learn a language than just the vocabulary and the grammar of the language．We also have to learn the social behavior of the people who speak it
21. Small talk is________.
A. what people disagree about a topic they are not interested in
B. what we talk about to at the beginning of a conversation
C. an important greeting when people meet each other
D. a kind of talk show using short words when they greet
22. Which of the following is a good topic for small talk?
A. Politics          B. Income              C. Weather                   D. Religion
23. The passage suggests that when we learn a language ,__________．
Awe should understand the importance of the language
B. it's necessary to learn about the culture of the country
C. we should learn about the transport system of the country
D. it's enough to grasp the grammar and vocabulary of the language
24. When we say "A great game, isn't it?", we in fact__________．
Aask a question                           B. discuss the game
C. greet the other person                  D. begin a small talk
B
During that stage, I didn’t graduate from college in New York and I was working as a practice student at my University's Museum of Natural History. One day while I was working at the cash register in the gift shop, I saw an elderly couple come in with a little girl in wheelchair.   As I looked closer at this girl, I saw that she was seated on her chair. I then realized she had no arms or legs, just a head, neck and the trunk of the human body. She was wearing a little white dress with the patterns of red roses and yellows dots.
As the couple wheeled her up to me I was looking down at the register. I turned my head toward the girl and gave her a wink (眨眼示意). As I took the money from her grandparents, I looked back at the girl, who was giving me the most beautiful, largest smile I have ever seenAll of a sudden her handicap was gone and all I saw was this beautiful girl, whose smile just warmed me up and almost instantly gave me a completely new sense of what life is all about. I immediately felt full of hope and confidence. She took me, a poor, unhappy college student, into her world, a world of smiles, love and warmth.
That was ten years ago, but I still remember it clearly as if it happened just yesterday. I'm a successful business person now and whenever I get down and think about the troubles of the world, I think about that little girl and the remarkable lesson about life that she taught me.
25. Which of the following about the writer is TRUE?
A. He graduated from Natural History University.
B. He was better at natural history than other students.
C. He ran a gift shop in the university as a businessman.
D. He succeeds in doing business and remembers the girl well.
26. The underlined word “handicap” in Paragraph 4 probably means______.
A. sitting on a wheel chair                B. the troubles of the world
C. being unable to use parts of the body.     D. the enthusiasm of someone.
27. In the writer’s opinion, the little girl was not disabled at all because _______.
A. she was a great sunshine girl.
B. she had the cutest and biggest smile
C. she forgave his bad manners.
D. she offered him the courage in business
28. The best title for the passage should be_______.
A. A World of Smiles            B. A confident Girl
C. A Badly Disabled Girl         D. Smile is the Best Medicine
C
My parents were in a huge argument, and 1 was really upset about it. I didn't know who I should talk with about how I was feeling. So I asked Mom to allow me to stay the night at my best friend's house. Though I knew I wouldn't tell her about my parents’ situation, I was looking forward to gelling out of the house. I was in the middle of packing up my things when suddenly the power went out in the neighborhood. Mom came to tell me that I should stay with my grandpa until the power came back on.
I was really disappointed because I felt that we did not have much to talk about. But I knew he would be frightened alone in the dark. I went to his room and told him that I'd stay with him until the power was restored. He was quite happy and said, "Great and precious opportunity."
"To talk, you and I” he said. "To hold a private little meeting about what we’re going to do with your mom and dad, and what we're going to do with ourselves now that we're in the situation we are in."
"But we can't do anything about it. Grandpa," I said, surprised that there was someone with whom I could share my feelings and someone who was in the same "boat" as I was.
And that's how the most unbelievable friendship between my grandfather and me started. Sitting there in the dark, we talked about our feelings and fears of life — from how fast things change, to how they sometimes don't change fast enough. That night, because the power went out, I found a new friend, with whom I could safely talk about all my fears and pains, whatever they may be.
Suddenly, the lights all came back on. "Well," he said," I guess that means you'll want to go now. I really like our talk. I hope the power will go out every few nights!"
29. Facing the situation of quarrels between his parents, the writer decided_______.
A. to find his grandparent for comfort.
B. to argue with his mother and father.
C. to escape from the dark house to his friend’s
D. to escape from home for the night.
30. Grandpa, saying “Great opportunity”, means that _____.
A. he missed the writer more than ever
B. he had not seen me for a long lime
C. he could discuss the problem with me
D. he felt quite happy with power failure
31. What can be inferred from the passage?
A. The grandchild wasn’t getting along well with the grandfather.
B. The writer would have more free chats with his grandfather.
C. If the lights didn’t go out, the family problem wouldn’t be solved.
D. The writer’s parents wouldn’t have arguments from then on.

D
Baths and bathing have long been considered of medical importance to man. In Greece there are the ruins of a bathtub and water system built over 3,000 years ago. The Romans had warm public baths. In some baths, as many as 3,000 persons could bathe at the same time.
Treating disease by bathing has been popular for centuries. Modern medical bathing or hydrotherapy, first became popular in Europe and by the late 1700’s also become popular in the United States.
For many years frequent bathing was believed to be bad for one’s health. Ordinary bathing just to be clean was avoided and perfume was often used to cover up body smells!  By the 1770’s doctors began to say that soap and water were good for health. They believed that it was good for people to be cleaned. Slowly, people began to bathe more frequently. During the Victorian Age of the late 19th century, taking a bath on Saturday night became common.  In the United States ordinary bathing was slow to become popular. During the 18th and early 19th centuries, many Americans were known as “The Great Unwashed!” In one American city, for example, a person could only take a bath every thirty days! That was law!
Frequency of bathing today is partly a matter of habit. People know that bathing for cleanness is important to health. Doctors know that dirty bodies increase the chance of diseases. As a result, in the United States, people generally bathe often. Some people bathe once a day at least. They consider a daily bath very necessary to good health.
32. Dirty bodies can ______.
A. ruin one’s business       B. cause illness
C. drive customers away     D. result in good health
33. In the 18th century doctors believed that being clean was _______.
A. unimportant      B. of great unimportance   C. harmful     D. good for health
34. The underlined word “perfume” probably means_______.
A. a sweet smelling thing                B. something smelly
C. a kind of cultural relic                D. a cloth decorated with flowers
35. Which of the following is the main idea of the passage?
A. People in America takes a daily bath.
B. A bath a day keeps the doctor away.
C. Taking bath has become popular in the world.
D. Bathing has more advantages than before.

Winston Churchill once said, “Attitude is a little thing that makes a big difference. “Life has never been kind, but if we really want to enjoy it, it can only be possible with a positive attitude. The only way to have a better and pleasant future is to change outlook or attitude towards life.
Look at the Brighter Side of Things.
Even in the most unfortunate situations, there is always something to look forward to. In life, we do come across various situations where we compare our fate with others.   36   Never go to the comparison road, because it is endless.
Believe in Yourself.
Lack of motivation causes a great deal of stress, and negative thoughts easily pop up when a person suffers from an inferiority complex(自卑感).   37   Clear your mind and get rid of all the negativity.
Think Positively.
38  it is also the first step in self-improvement, as improving oneself is only possible through positive thinking. It has been noted that positive thinkers are better equipped in handling disappointments as compared to pessimists(悲观者), as they usually focus on things that can be done to solve it rather than spending hours complaining.
Help Others.
Helping or being kind to someone in their time of need is probably the easiest way to be happy. It is by doing these simple deeds that important discoveries about oneself are made.     39
Be Thankful.
Each day take a few moments and be thankful for all the great pleasures that life has provided. Even during tough times, remember the people who were always there and provided unconditional love and support.   40
A. Think about everything that is right and forget about the wrong; your heart will be filled with thankfulness in no time.
B. Helping others, even in small things, helps in the birth of a happier and generous you.
C. Never think less of yourself because you are as different and important as everyone else.
D. Some people will always compare their worst with the best of others.
E. The best way to live is to get used to everyday changes and work hard.
F. Thinking positively is an important part of being positive.
G. First make the situation clear and see if they are right.

But Mom should have seen it  46  . With her Portuguese-Chinese heritage （遗传因素）, Michele was quite good-looking as a young girl. She began modeling part-time as a school  47  . There was something  48  about her even as a child. People in the  49  always turned around to look at her.
50   her recent fame, the beauty queen said, “Sometimes, I have the feeling that I am no longer myself now. My schedule is  51  . I’m not getting  52  sleep, and I am always  53  from one place to another. There are times when I am  54  tired that I just want to sit and  55  .”
“Being a famous person has another  56  . People no longer regard me as a(n)  57  person. It’s becoming more  58  for me to make friends, and I’ve learned to  59  old friends because they still treat me as Michel  60  Miss Hong Kong.”
41. A. mixed	B. pleased	C. excited	D. amazed
42. A. became	B. got	C. won	D. conquered
43. A. learned	B. heard	C. survived	D. suffered
44. A. since	B. when	C. in case	D. though
45. A. help	B. leave	C. encourage	D. share
46. A. coming	B. waiting	C. changing	D. cracking
47. A. researcher	B. musician	C. girl	D. singer
48. A. important	B. useful	C. fancy	D. special
49. A. street	B. playground	C. theater	D. event
50. A. Knowing 	B. Believing	C. Accepting	D. Considering
51. A. busy	B. full	C. satisfied	D. ruined
52. A. more	B. any	C. enough	D. less than
53. A. hurrying	B. leaving	C. burying	D. remaining
54. A. rather	B. so 	C. too	D. very
55. A. laugh	B. shout	C. burst	D. sleep
56. A. beauty	B. advantage	C. danger 	D. price
57. A. dishonest	B. poor	C. ordinary	D. regular
58. A. delighted	B. difficult	C. smooth	D. disappointed
59. A. value	B. believe	C. lose	D. in search of
60. A. because of	B. instead of	C. as a result of	D. as a matter of

The sense of hearing is one of our most important means of knowing   61   is going on around us. We are warned of danger by sound. Sounds serve to please us in music. It has a wasted product, too, in   62   form of noise. Noise has been called unwanted sound. It is growing and it may get much   63    (bad) before it gets any better.
Automobiles, trucks, buses, motorcycles, airplanes, boats, factories, bands---all these things   make noise. They  64   (bother) not only our ears but our minds and bodies as well. There is a   65   (say) about it being so noisy that you can’t hear yourself think. Doctors   66   study noise believe that we must sometimes hear ourselves think. If we don’t, we may have headaches, other aches and   67   (pain), or even serious mental problems. Noise adds stress to our society that already faces enough.
There are two ways to cut down on the harm caused by noise. One is to cut down on the amount of noise. The other is   68   (protect) ourselves against the noise we can’t stop. Ways of making less noise are now   69    (test). There are groups for prevention of noise in this country. There is even a law controlling noise. We cannot return to the “good old days” of peace and quiet. But we can reduce noise---if we shout   70   (loud) enough about it.

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I am Li Hua. I feel bad to trouble you but I am afraid that I have to make complaint about my roommate.
The reason of my dissatisfaction with my present roommate are his bad behaviors. For one thing, his friends often visit him, makes much noise. For another, he regular makes calls at night. In addition, he often use my things without asking his permission. Under such condition, I find it difficult to concentrate on my lessons, and I am falling behind in my studies.
I’d appreciate if you could arrange for me to move into a room of my own, to where I will be free from these unhappy things. I would be very grateful.

Dear Li Ming,
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Yours,
LiHua

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Dear LiMing,
I’m more than happy to learn that you will visit your American teacher soon at his invitation. Since I have been living in America for over three years, I’d like to offer you some advice on how to behave appropriately.
For one thing, don’t be late or you’d better make a short apology for being late. If you could bring him some Chinese tea which shouldn’t be too expensive, that would be greatly appreciated. For another, while enjoying the dishes, try to say something nice to express your appreciation of the host’s cooking skills. Last but not least, it’s not a good idea to eat and run after the meal as most of us do in China. Remember to say goodbye to the family before leaving.
Yours,
LiHua

高一英语试题
时间120分钟 满分150分   命题人：张新伟
I feel bad to trouble you but I am afraid that I have to make complaint about my roommate.
The reason of my dissatisfaction with my present roommate are his bad behaviors. For one thing, his friends often visit him, makes much noise. For another, he regular makes calls at night. In addition, he often use my things without asking his permission. Under such condition, I find it difficult to concentrate on my lessons, and I am falling behind in my studies.
I’d appreciate if you could arrange for me to move into a room of my own, to where I will be free from these unhappy things. I would be very grateful.

Dear Peter，
How are you doing?

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