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2017--2018上期高二英语试题
第二部分  阅读理解(共两节,满分40分)
(共15小题;每小题2分,满分30分)
阅读下列短文,从每题所给的四个选项(A、B、C和D)中,选出最佳选项。
A
Out in London and in need of quality post-pub food? Our experts have selected their favourite after-hours cafes for you! 
★ Voodoo Ray’s, Dalston
There’re three important factors for successful late-night food: be quick, delicious and fun. You want something tasty and you want it fast. And you don’t want anyone telling you to stop laughing so loudly. Voodoo Ray’s lives up to this because it serves pizza by the slice, a post-midnight pizza special and a solid drinks list – as well playing excellent music.
● voodoorays.com. Open Mon-Wed 5pm-midnight, Thurs 5pm-1am, Fri-Sat noon-3am, Sun noon-10pm    Brittney Bean, co-founder of Mother Clucker
★ Bob Bob Ricard, Soho 
People love late-night dining at Bob Bob Ricard. It’s so elegant and pleasant; inside are beautiful booths (隔间) that are perfect for gatherings. The menu has mainly Russian dishes but there are British and French influences too. One of my favourite things is the “symbolic” steak. 
● bobbobricard.com. Open daily, 12.30pm-3pm and 6pm-midnight; Fri and Sat 5.30pm-1am  
Dan Doherty, executive chef at 24-hour restaurant the Duck and Waffle
★ Beigel Bake, Brick Lane
It’s open 24 hours a day. It’s comforting to know you can go there any time and get something to eat. It’s usually exactly what you’re looking for at that time: hot salt beef, loads of mustard (芥末) and bread. You get an eclectic mix of people there.  
● On Twitter. Open daily, 24 hours     Lee Tiernan, chef-owner, Black Axe Mangal
★ Ranoush Juice, Marylebone
The shawarma is great and the environment is really great. It’s filled with fruits for the juice and different Lebanese treats on the counter. Customers will always get a shawarma wrap, as it comes with extra garlic and great sauces.  
● 43 Edgware Road, 020-7723 5929. Open daily 9am-3am
21. Which of the cafes offers private place for customers?
A. Bob Bob Ricard, Soho.            B. Bob Bob Ricard, Soho. 
C. Voodoo Ray’s, Dalston.            D. Beigel Bake, Brick Lane.   
22. Voodoo Ray’s, Dalston is listed as the first place mostly because of _______.
A. its pizza made with special methods
B. its convenient location in central city
C. its fast service,  food and environment 
D. its little demand of table manners for customers
23. What can we infer about the cafes in London mentioned in the text? 
A. They’re best daytime restaurants for the young.
B. They’re best fast food restaurants for the young.
C. They’re best late-night restaurants and cafes.
D. They’re best cafes set up by foreigners.
B
To the people who came to Christopher Morley Park in Roslyn, he had no name. To them, he was “the ice cream man.” He was just two hands and a smile handing back ice cream from the van window. To me, he was my older brother, Andrew.
Once, he worked on Wall Street. Now he spent his days selling ice cream to an endless line of kids, moms and dads in bathing suits, perhaps daydreaming of a beach faraway.
All day long, while he sold bags of potato chips, cans of soda, and all types of ice cream, he would do this sort of robotic motion — turn to the right — stoop down, hand the item out the window and collect the money.
His drinking days were over now. They neared their end one night after he took a severe beating when someone followed him home and robbed him when he was drunk. Left in the wake of too many nights of heavy drinking were memories of pain and misery. He was determined he would never take another drink again.
One day years later, I went to look for him. I slipped into the high driver’s seat and sat quietly watching him work. Occasionally, he would ask me to toss him a diet root beer or a bag of chips, all the time hunched over as he worked the long line. 
 He died in March 1999. He had served in the Army for two years in Europe in the 1950s. They gave him a soldier’s funeral with a folded flag.
On that afternoon, as I watched him sell ice cream from a van window , he taught me something about living this life that we all pass through too quickly. It was a lesson about trying to live it with grace and dignity and style, no matter what.
25. Where was my brother likely to sell the ice cream?
On a train.             B. by a swimming pool. 
C. On Wall Street.          D. In a supermarket.
Which of the following can best describe my brother’s job?
busy and boring.           B. dirty but charming
C. dull and annoying           D. hard but interesting
What does the underlined word “that”in paragraph 4 refer to?
the robbers                 B. the painful memories
C. The consumers              D. the drinking days
What is the author’s purpose in writing the passage?
To remember his brother.
To advertise the ice cream.
To share a life lesson.
To show his love for the ice cream.
C
Visiting Day is a similarly personal story for its author, Jacqueline Woodson, and its illustrator(插图画家), James E. Ransome. In its opening pages, a girl wakes up early and joyfully hopes the monthly trip she and her grandmother will take to see her father in prison. “And maybe Daddy is already up,” she tells us, “brushing his teeth, combing his hair back, saying, ‘Yeah, that pretty little girl of mine is coming today.” We never learn what crime the girl’s father has been guilty of. 
Ransome’s illustrations for Visiting Day are filled with warm, bright colors, and describes the prison’s visiting room as a space filled with men laughing and embracing their children. These are images that can help children see prisons as places where love can survive, but there are some aspects of incarceration that even the brightest colors cannot change.
The book ends, as it must, with the girl leaving the prison with her grandmother, and leaving her father behind. But the two remain focused on the future, and on their knowledge that they are still a family. “Grandma says all it takes is time,” the girl tells us, “and while we’re holding out waiting for Daddy to come home we can count our blessings and love each other up .”
The struggle of growing up with a parent in prison is a story children’s literature is just beginning to tell. Writing of his work on Visiting Day,illustrator James E. Ransome remarked that he “questioned whether or not we should clarify such a controversial issue.” Visiting Day was published in 2002, and it’s difficult to say whether, in the decade, Americans have grow more willing to talk about the needless suffering mass incarceration(监禁) brings down both prisoners and their families—or whether America’s prison population has simply grown so astonishing that we finally recognize we cannot put off this conversation any longer.
28. What can we learn about Visiting Day ?
The father is guilty of murder.
It is about a wonderful trip to visit a prison.
It is based merely on its author’s experience.
The girl hasn’t seen her father for about a month.

29. What is the visiting room in the prison like according to James E. Ransome?
Hard to change
With colorful walls
In a joyful atmosphere
full of disappointed men
30. What can we learn about the story?
The father was released from prison.
The girl was hopeful about their future.
The girl struggled with pain for her family.
The grandmother left the prison heartbroken.

31. what can be inferred about the book Visiting Day ?
 It involves a questioned issue.
 It has growing very popular among Americans.
 Its publication reduces America’s prison population.
 Many American authors have covered this kind of story.
D
There is a Website called the “World Database of Happiness”. It combines and analyzes the results of hundreds of surveys from around the world that have been conducted on life satisfaction. Most of the findings are predictable, but a few are surprising.
The database makes it clear that there is not a strong connection between material wealth and general satisfaction. It is a cliche to say that money can’t buy happiness, but the old saying seems to be supported by research. Many people still believe that gaining riches will be the answer to all their problems, yet they are probably mistaken.
Studies have been carried out on people who got sudden wealth, such as lottery winners. In most cases, after the initial joy had worn off, people were not left with a sense of lasting happiness. In fact, they tended to go back to the way they felt before they became rich. 
If material wealth does not bring happiness, then what does? Perhaps happiness has something to do with where you live. The authorities at the World Database on Happiness have surveyed levels of happiness in different countries. Obviously, people in America, Canada, and Singapore are very happy; people living in India and Russia, not surprisingly, are not happy.
Other surveys consistently point to the importance of relationships. Family relationships in particular seem to be the key to long-term happiness. The website suggests that falling in love and having children are two of the situations that bring the greatest happiness.
Nowadays people look to technology as another source of satisfaction. People increasingly spend more time alone watching TV or surfing the Internet rather than spending time with family. Can technology truly make people happy? It is too difficult to tell, but one thing is sure: If the website’s research is right, time spent with your family is a better investment than time spent making money.
32. The Website World Database of Happiness is designed to ______ .
    A. share stories of happiness           B. find out the reason for happiness
    C. conduct surveys around the world     D. tell interviewees how to be happy
33. What does the word cliche (Para.2) mean?
    A. Traditional custom.                B. Proved theory.
    C. Famous report.                    D. Popular belief.
34. Who is the happiest according to the passage?
    A. An unhappy man who has won a lottery in Singapore.
    B. A student who has three high-income part-time jobs in India.
    C. A mother who stays with her family everyday in America.
    D. A Russian falling in love with a soulmate recently.
35. What seems to be the author’s advice about happiness?
    A. Levels of happiness vary from country to country.
    B. Making money is not the only way to happiness.
    C. It is uncertain whether technology make people happy.
D. A good family relationship is the key to lasting happiness.
第二节(共5小题;每小题2分,满分10分)
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。
There are so many things we do in our daily life that have become a “habit”. 36 How you answer the phone is a habit. The way you sit in the car when you drive is a habit. Have you ever tried to change the way you do something, after you’ve done it in a certain way for so long. It’s not very easy to do. The minute your mind drifts to something else, you go right back to the old way of doing things.  37  It’s a way of doing things that has become routine or commonplace. To change an existing habit or form a new one can be tedious task.
Let’s pick something fairly easy to start with, like spending 15 minutes in the morning reading the Bible. If you want to turn something into a habit that you do every day, you have to WANT to do it.  38   Make a firm decision to do this on a daily basis.
Imprint it in your mind. Write several notes to yourself and put them in places where you will see them. By the alarm clock, on the bathroom mirror, on the refrigerator door, in your briefcase, and under your car keys are good places to start.
After the newness wears off, then you will have to remind yourself, “Hey, I forgot to…” Keep using the notes if you have to.  39  Some people say it will take over a month to solidify it and make it something you will do without having to think about it. I tend to agree with the last statement. Two to three weeks will help you to remember, but thirty days or more will make it a part of your everyday routine.  40
A. What is a “habit” anyway?
B. Is doing things in an old way good?
C. Brushing your teeth is a habit.
D. Forming a bad habit is easy.
E. It takes 16 to 21 times of repeating a task to make it a habit.
F. If you don’t, you will find a way to do everything but that.
G. That’s something you won’t necessarily have to think about before you do it—habit.
第三部分  英语知识运用(共两节,满分45分)
第一节 完形填空(共20小题;每小题l.5分,满分30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。
     People began riding horses thousands of years ago. Saddles(马鞍)for horseback riding were  41  soon after. Today, many companies produce saddles. But it is  42  to find someone who designs and makes these products by hand. American Keith Valley is one of the few.He has been making saddles, one 43  , for more than 20 years at Jackson Hole in the western state of Wyoming.
    The community of Jackson Hole is famous for skiing. But Jackson Hole and all of Wyoming is also known  44  cowboy country.
    Keith Valley grew up wanting to be a cowboy. He was  45  at a young age by Charlie Russell, an artist of the old American West.He says Russell’s 46  and the adventures he wrote about kept him interested in the Western way of life for cowboys.
   Keith Valley worked on a ranch(大农场)for a long time. But after some cold, hard 47 , and a few pains, the young man decided to 48 saddle making. 
    “Back in 1994, I had 49  a saddle from someone but it took him too long to build it so I just made a deal with him that if he gives me the  50  needed and I would  51  it myself.Unexpectedly, he agreed.”
    Mr. Valley has made more than 70 saddles since then.He does the work in Jackson Hole.But his creations go to buyers from California to Florida.He has a website but says the social media site Face book really helped his  52  efforts.
   He says  53  was once a guarded craft(手艺).He says saddle-makers in the past would throw a  54  over their work when people entered their work space. They did not want people to see what they were doing. 
    But things are  55  in the information age. Keith Valley has videos about saddle-making on his website. His work is on display as is his 56 : hole punches(打孔机), hammers, 1eather and rawhide(生皮). He enjoys talking about his labor.
    “One of the goals I have in putting a seat in a saddle is to cradle the pin bones(坐骨)and help  57 the center of the rider.”
    Making a saddle needs about 84 pieces of  58  . The final product costs thousands of dollars. In the old days, people would 59 ten times more for a saddle than a horse.Now, horses are the bigger cost.
    And Keith Valley says his clients are  60  just business to him. 
    “I will have to say, most of the owners of the saddles I have built, they’ve turned into really good friends.”
41.A.encouraged	B.inspired    	C.transported 	D.invented
42.A.rare    	B.common    	C.ridiculous 		D.significant
43.A.at times    	B.at a time    	C.for a time 	D.in no time
44.A.to    	B.for    	C.by 	D.as
45.A.educated    	B.raised    	C.influenced 	D.addicted
46.A.belongings 	B.paintings    	C.beddings	D.findings
47.A.springs    	B.summers    	C.autumns 	D.winters
48.A.get by    	B.get at	C.get into	D.get through
49.A.ordered    	B.obtained	C.borrowed	D.bought
50.A.supplies    	B.possibilities	C.quantities	D.opportunities
51.A.copy    	B.build	C.chop	D.melt
52.A.creating    	B.controlling	C.marketing	D.balancing
53.A.animal-hunting B.wood-cutting	C.horse-riding	D.saddle-making
54.A.cover    	B.fire	C.coin	D.stone
55.A.mysterious    B.different	C.similar	D.difficult
56.A.artwork    	B.appetite	C.equipment	D.desire
57.A.stop    	B.support	C.satisfy	D.stand
58.A.1eather    	B.cheese	C.iron	D.thread
59.A.spend    	B.cost	C.pay	D.take
60.A.no more than  B.not more than	C.no less than	D.more than
第II卷
注意事项:用0.5毫米黑色笔迹的签字笔将答案写在答题卡上。写在本试卷上无效。 
第三部分 英语知识运用  (共两节,满分45分) 
(共10小题;每小题1.5分,满分15分) 
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。
When Jack was a small boy, he was once asked to give a speech about “A Big Challenge in My Life”. To talk before 61  whole class, he was terribly shy the moment he thought of so many eyes staring at him. He had no other 62   (choose), though. First Jack was to draft the speech. But the hard part 63 (lie) in his oral presentation, for it was not allowed 64   (read ) from the paper. He had to give the speech from his memory   65 in front of such a big audience! 
A real trial began   66   Jack stood on the platform with his legs trembling and his mind blank. How much time had passed by, he didn’t know. His listeners were still waiting   67 (patient) and without any signs of    68  ( laugh). Gradually he found himself back, giving out his speech without much difficulty. After what seemed to be a hundred years, he found the audience applauding. He made 69   ! From then on, his fear of talking before an audience disappeared. Actually with his confidence 70  (build) up, Jack now turns out to be a great speaker. 

第四部分 写作(共两节,满分35分)
短文改错(共10小题;每小题1分,满分10分)
    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。
 注意:每句错误最多两处
Today our class has a unforgettable trip to a small town in the countryside. We have a good time there.
  It’s a comfortable and quietly town with fresh air and clean water, in that we see green trees and hear birds singing. We carry out many activity there, such as boating and fishing, all of which are interesting but good for our health. What is more, we learned more about nature while playing. However, it located in the mountain area. People living there are very much poor, but they are all working hard to make our hometown better. 
  I think I should study hard to doing something for the towns like it in the future. 
第二节  书面表达(满分25分)
假定你是高三学生李华,你的英国朋友Leslie 打算到中国成都大熊猫繁育研究基地(Chengdu Research Base of Giant Panda Breeding)参观,请你写封邮件给他一些建议。内容包括:
(1)出行方式;  (2)出游季节;  (3)其他注意事项。
注意:
1.词数100左右;
2.可以适当增加细节,以使行文连贯。

答案:21-23ACC 24 -27 B ADA 28-31.CCBA 32-35 BDCD 36—40 CAFEG
41-45. DA BD C 46-50. BDCA A 51-55. BCDAB 56-60. CBAC60. 
语法填空
61. the  62. choice 63. lay 64. to read 
and 
when
67. patiently 68. laughing 69. It 70. built  
短文改错:
Today our class has a unforgettable trip to a small town in the countryside. We have a good time 
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there.
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书面表达:
One possible version:
 Dear Leslie,
I’m more than glad to receive your letter where you said you would pay a visit to Chengdu Research Base of Giant Panda Breeding in China and asked me for advice. The following are my suggestions:
First, it is convenient for you to travel both by airplane and by high-speed train because the park is with very easy reach of the airport and the station. Second, it is a good idea that you take an tour in Fall, when you may have a chance to watch a newly-born baby panda. Last, do remember to wear walking shoes because the park is large beyond your expectation.
Hope you will have a good time in China. Looking forward to your reply. 
Yours sincerely
LiHua














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