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应  县  一  中  高  一  年  级  月考八
           英  语  试  题       2018.6
时间:120分钟   满分:150分  命题人:
第一部分 听力(共两节,每题1分,满分20分)
1. How much would the woman pay for two skirts?
A. $ 21 B. $20    C. $19
2.What will the woman do this afternoon?
A. Watch a basemall match.    B. Watch TV at home .    C.Go to the theatre.
3.Where are they talking?
A. In a telephone box.    B. In a car.    C. In a garage.
4.What are the two speakers doing now?
A. Taking a lift.    B. Climbing up stairs.    C. Walking on the street.  
5.What has the woman lost?
A. Her purse.    B. Her ring.    C. Her ID card. 
6.What will the woman do this Friday?
A. Have a lesson . B. See a film.    C. Do some washing.  
7.When will they meet?
A. This Saturday .    B. Next Friday.    C. Next Saturday.  
8.Why can’t the man find the woman’s house?
A. He got lost on his way. B. He got off at the wrong stop.
C. He forgot to bring the map
9.How many houses will the man go past?
A. Six    B. Seven    C. Eight 
10.When will the train set off?
A. Thirty minutes later. B. Forty minutes later.    C. Fifty minutes later.  
11. How long will it take the woman to get to the railway station?
A. More than 15 minutes.    B. Less than 50 minutes.    C. About 15 minutes or less.
12.Why did the man invite the woman to his house?
A. To have a dinner party .    B. To have a tea party.   C. To have a dancing party. 
13. What’s the possible relationship between the two speakers?
A. Boss and secretary. B. Teacher and student.    C. Husband and wife.
14. When does the movie start at the New State?
A. At 7:00.    B. At 6:30    C. At 5:20 
15. What do you think Robert Redford is ?
A. An actor    B. A TV host.    C. A cinema.
16.What will the man do on Saturday morning?
A. Go to the movies.    B. Play tennis.     C. Stay at home.
17. When can the speaker get home from work?
A. At 9:15 B. At 9:45    C. At 10:00
18.Who will make the salad?
A. Peggy .    B. Jack.    C. Suzy.
19. Which place will Jack clean?
A. The living room .    B. The bathroom.    C. The floors.
20.How many children does the speaker have?
A. Four.    B. Five    C. Six
第二部分  阅读理解
第一节:阅读下列短文,从每题所给的四个选项(A、B、C和D)中,选出最佳选项并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。(每小题2.5分, 满分50分)
   Mildred Freeman was an English teacher at the new middle school I attended in the ninth grade. She was humorous and kind, and I loved being around her. She was also a good listener. 
  At the end of the year, she announced that she was moving to Miami, and I was unhappy. We exchanged addresses and became pen pals. I could tell her anything, and she treated me with respect even though I was a teenager.
  In Miami, Mrs, Freeman worked as a realtor(房地产经纪人), but she managed to find time to write letters, often while sitting in a model home and waiting for customers . She wrote interesting stories and always took my concerns seriously. She had sent me an open invitation to visit-“Get your shoes on and your bags packed! You are welcome anytime!”
  I spent three weeks with her in Miami, excited to do anything from washing dishes to touring houses with her. Her love of poems, music, and creative writing encouraged me to develop my own interest. 
 Two years later, she surprised me by attending my high school graduation. Later that year, my family decided to spend Christmas in Miami and I couldn’t wait to see my friend again. When I arrived at her house I had hoped to talk to her about school, but she was in a hospital bed in the bedroom. She had cancer of the liver(肝脏), and family members were caring for her. I was in shock. A month after we got back home, we received a call that Mrs. Freeman had died. 
  To this day, more than 50 years later, I still see her smile and think about the advice she gave me. At times, I reread her letters, and I remember the importance of our friendship.
21. Why could the author and Mrs.Freeman become friends?
A.They visited each other frequently.  
B. They lived in the same city for years.
C. They communicated as equal partners.
D. They shared the same interest in life.
22.Which of the following words can best describe Mrs. Freeman?
A. Well-educated.      B. Warm-hearted.
C. Well-mannered.     D. Highly-respected.
23. Where did the author and Mrs. Freeman meet for the last time?
A. In a model house.                B. In the author’s school.
C. In Mrs. Freeman’s house.         D. In a hospital in Miami.
24. What may be the best title for the text?
A. A kind and creative lady           B. My old friend from Miami
C. A friendship with my teacher.      D. My pen pal and lifelong friend

  Did you know that Darth Vader (黑武士) in the movie Star Wars used to stutter(结巴)?And so did Mufasa(狮王木法沙) from The lion King! How could these strong and powerful characters stutter? Why have you never heard of this before?
  The answer is that both parts were played by the actor James EarlJones. When he was young, before he became a star actor, he used to stutter. Stuttering is a speech disorder when one repeats sounds without forming a word.
  Stuttering was just one part of a difficult start to life for Mr.Jones. His parents were unable to take care of him when he was five, so he moved to live with his grandparents in Michigan.This is when he developed a serious stutter. 
  It was only when he entered high school that his English teacher, Donold Crouch, helped him to beat stuttering. Mr Crouch saw that he had a gift for poetry. He urged Mr. Jones to challenge himself. Through years of hard work, Mr. Jones overcame his stuttering by practicing poetry, public speaking and acting.
  Although it was a hard road, he was able to break through. Now Mr. Jones has become one of the greatest actors in American history. And his voice is one of the most well-known ones in the world. Without his hard work and a teacher who believed in him, Star Wars, The Lion King and American films would not be the same!
  Mr. Jones’s life is a great example of the power of perseverance(坚持不懈) and becoming the best version of yourself.
25. Why are Darth Vader and Mufasa mentioned in the first paragraph?
A. To introduce the character of the text.
B. To list two strong and powerful leaders.
C. To tell us that stuttering can be overcome.
D. To show us two wonderful American movies.
26. When did Mr.Jones develop serious stutter?
A. After he became an actor.           B. When he enterd  high school. 
C.When he lived with his parents.      D. When he lived with his grandparents.
27. Which of the following words can replace the underlined word “urged” in Paragraph 4?
A. allowed     B. influenced     C. trusted     D. encouraged
28. What may be the best title for the text?
A. A teacher’s belief in Mr. Jones. 
B.Characters played by Mr. Jones 
C. Mr. Jones’s hard road to success.
D. A speech disorder called stuttering.

  To wave or not to wave is a topic I’m exploring for quite some time because I’ve seen geography come into play during my time living and running around the country. 
  In the Midwest where I grew up, it was customary to greet everyone with a smile, a wave, or some other friendly forms. But it wasn’t until I moved to Boston that my friendly forms were met with no response from runners along the Charles River.
  At first I would try to catch someone’s eye and say hello. But then, not wanting to destroy their personal thinking time, I backd off and would carefully wait for some kind of signal(信号) before making my move. 
  California was a mixed bag because there are so many immigrants(移民)that a runner’s preference for waving greatly relies one where he/she comes from. In the suburbs, it was much more common than in the city.
  But now that we’re living in Oregon, I decide to reuse the wave during my running. As a loyal pro-waver, I think the mid-run wave is an unspoken conversation about the beautiful scenery. More importantly, it’s a small gesture but has large meaning.
  Just the other day, I overheard a gentleman practicing his Spanish. I held the front door for him as we were leaving, and he said, “Gracias!” “De nada,”I said with a smile. He nodded, laughed and said, “Have a good day!” It was a 15-second exchange, but I think we were both happy on the day.
  The same goes for the runners’ wave:It’s not about disturbing(打扰) someone’s thought or destroying a workout but about creating more fiendship in running. So if you see me out there on the roads, you know what to expect and what I’ll be looking for in return.
29. What happened to the author after moving to Boston?
A. He didn’t offer to greet others.
B. He always greeted others actively.
C. He frequently met unfriendly runners. 
D. He enjoyed his personal thinking time.
30.What may affect people to wave or not in California?
A. Their races.              B. Their living areas. 
C. Their personalities.      D. Their preferences.
31.Why did the author mention the story between him and a gentleman?
A. To tell us that he could speak Spanish. 
B. To introduce a way to make new friends.
C. To help us understand the real meaning of smiling.
D. To show that greeting builds up beautiful relationships.
  International Women’s Day takes place every year on 8 March to celebrate the achievements of women all over the world. It started with a protest(抗议) that took place in New York City in 1908 where women went out onto the streets to demand(要求) the right to vote, shorter working hours and better pay.Since then it has taken many forms and today it’s a global event. In some countries, March 8 is an official holiday and in other countries it’s an official holiday but only for woman.
  In today’s world it may appear that women have all the same opportunities as men. If you watch the news you will see women astronauts and women leaders in business. However, if you look at the statistics(数据) you will realize things are different. The BBC did a report a few years ago that showed that in the UK women occupied(占据) only 30.9% of the most senior positions across some jobs in areas like politics, business and policing. So, although progress has been made since 1908 , there is still a lot to do before we see an equal number of men and women in the top jobs and receiving equal pay.
  A lot of special events take place in towns and cities all over the UK to celebrate International Women’s Day. They are designed to celebrate the role of women in society and to make us think about the progress that has been made, but also about the changes that still need to take place to ensure the world is a fair and equal place for all its citizens.
  Can you imagine a future when there’s no need at all to have an International Women’s Day or there is total equality for men and women? Hmmm...something to think about but perhaps in your lifetime this could happen?
32. Why did women organize a protest in 1908?
A. They were not fairly treated. 
B. They wanted to get freedom.
C. They were not permitted to work. 
D. They wanted to have a festival for women.
33. What does Paragraph 2 mainly talk about?
A. Women can do any job that men do. 
B. Women have all the same chances as men. 
C. One third of the top jobs are occupied by women.
D. There’s still a long way to go for women to get full equality.
34. What’s the main purpose of holding special events in the UK?
A. To help women gain more rights.
B. To celebrate women’s achievements.
C. To make sure women can have a happier festival.
D. To make the world an equal place for all its citizens.
35.What opinion does the author hold according to the last paragraph?
A. There shouldn’t be international Women’s Day.
B. Women will enjoy true equality in the future.
C. We should work for the full equality for women.
D. Total equality for men and women is perhaps a dream.
  If you work hard to have a positive attitude, you might be surprised by how much better you feel about yourself and life in general. 36 The less stress you feel, the better you will feel generally. So if you’ve been feeling tired, think about the good, put on a happy face and you just might feel better soon.
  But how can you have a positive attitude when life is hard? It’s more than just turning life’s lemons into lemonade. 37 But it’s worth it. Here are some ways you can develop and maintain(保持)a positive attitude even in the midst of life’s troubles.
  38 It just means being an optimist and looking for the good in things, rather than being a pessimist(悲观者) and focusing on the bad in things. Sometimes your view can make all the difference in the world.
  Identify(确认) those areas of your life that might not be going so well. 39 Focus on one area at a time and think of ways you can find the positive in them. 
  Smile and laugh! Yes, it can be that simple. Learn to love life, no matter what’s going on . Smile at others and they will smile back at you. 40 Sometimes laughter really is the best medicine.
  Exercise!Get off the couch and get moving. Being active and healthy can give you a completely different attitude to life.
A. Have fun and find the humor in life.
B. You may find it hard to stay positive in your life.
C. Having a positive attitude can take some hard work.
D. A positive attitude doesn’t mean taking no notice of life’s troubles.
E. Having a positive attitude can also reduce your stress level.
F. These are the areas likely to make you think negative thoughts.
G. Go to bed earlier so you get the sleep you need to feel positive.
第三部分  英语知识运用(共两节,满分55分)
  At first I was overwhelmed (打击) by the large amounts of German I didn’t understand. 41, speaking German in Germany is very different from in the classroom! I 42 looking up new words but by the end of the day I had 43 most of them already. It was so 44. After a month of worrying that I would never be able to improve my 45, I went to a shop and bought a 46 notebook which easily fits into my handbag or even into my back pocket! I set myself the goal of 47 five new words or phrases a day. And 48 enough, it became one of my most valuable language-learning 49. 
  I don’t have any 50 about which words I write down. Most days I write down words that I learn from my colleagues at work, words that I have learned from 51 them in the context. For example, I have learned the 52 of many fruits from looking at their labels (标签) in the supermarket. I 53 have learned many words that I have heard on TV. It doesn’t even 54 whether I know how to spell a new word straight away. If I hear a word 55 I don’t know how to spell it, I write down how I think it 56 and look it up later. 
  Setting this small daily 57 has made me feel much more in control of my language learning and I am already seeing a(n) 58. This makes me feel confident. I will 59 to use it for the rest of my stay in Germany and also 60 I return to my university at home.
41. A. Finally 		 	B. Strangely 		C. Obviously 		D. Hopefully 
42. A. enjoyed 			B. gave up 			C. suggested 		D. kept on
43. A. understood 		B. forgotten 		C. guessed 		D. learned 
44. A. discouraging 	B. surprising 		C. interesting 		D. frightening
45. A. experience 		B. health 			C. language 		D. service
46. A. modern 			B. small 			C. cheap 			D. large 
47. A. writing 			B. speaking 		C. finding 			D. reading 
48. A. hard 			B. luckily 			C. sure 			D. soon 
49. A. secrets 			B. tools 			C. steps 			D. reasons
50. A. rules 			B. questions 		C. ideas 			D. worries 
51. A. placing 			B. seeing 			C. picking 			D. practicing 
52. A. prices 			B. colors 			C. sizes 			D. names
53. A. just 				B. only 			C. also 				D. hardly
54. A. matter 			B. happen 			C. appear 			D. realize 
55. A. but 				B. as 				C. so 				D. or 
56. A. feels 			B. looks 			C. sounds 			D. changes 
57. A. result 			B. goal 			C. work 			D. dream
58. A. method 			B. chance 			C. point 			D. improvement
59. A. promise 			B. decide 			C. remember 		D. continue.
60. A. because 			B. if 				C. when 			D. though  
1. Drugs are chemicals, which can change the way a person’s body works. You’ve 61(probable) heard that to some extent drugs are bad for you, but what does that mean and why are they bad?
  You won’t know well about some medicines 62 you are sick and have to take them. Medicines are legal drugs, 63 (mean) drugstores can sell them and people 64 (allow) to buy them. But it’s not legal or safe 65 people to use these medicines any way they want or to buy them from the people who are selling 66 (they) illegally.
  When talking about a “drug problem”, people usually mean abusing legal drugs or using illegal drugs. Illegal drugs aren’t good for anyone, and they are particularly bad for a kid or teen’s 67 (grow) body. Illegal drugs can damage the brain, heart, and other important organs. Cocaine, for instance, can cause 68 heart attack—even in a kid or teen. While using drugs, people are also less able to do well in school, sports, and other activities. It’s often harder to think clearly and make good 69 (decide) . People can do 70 (danger) things that could hurt them- or other people-when they use drugs.
2. Buses 71 (number) 1 to 100 are limited to travel within the city centre. Higher numbers have destinations in  72  suburbs. Tourists shouldn’t miss the 103 bus  73  offers one of the most impressive routes, past the Forbidden City and the White Pagoda in Beihai Park. If you get on a double-decker bus, 74 (make) sure you sit upstairs. You’ll have a good view 75 the rapidly changing city.
第四部分 写作
Dear Sir or Madam,
  I learn the newspaper that the Asian Winter Games will be held in the city where I live and that some volunteers are needing. I hope I can have a chance to do something for it, because I want to be a volunteer. I was an 18-year-old boy student in a senior middle school. In my spare time I like watching English movie and I can speak English fluent. Besides, I like sports. Meanwhile, being good at make friends, I am  always ready to help the others. I will try my best to help the Asian Winter Games become a great successfully. I hope you can be chosen. 
                                                                        Thank you 
                                                                   Yours sincerely, 
1. 表示欢迎; 2. 建议参观的景点;3. 表示祝愿。
注意:1. 词数100左右;2.可以适当增加细节,以使行文连贯。
1-5: CBCBA   6-10 ABCAB   11-15: CACAA   16-20: BBACA
21-24: CBCD 25-28: ADDC 29-31: ABD 32-35: ADBD  36-40:ECDFA
41-45:CDBAC 46-50:BADBA  51-55:BDCAA  56-60:CBDDC 
61.probably  62.unless  63.meaning  64.are allowed  65.for  66. them 67.growing  68.a  69.decisions  70.dangerous 71. numbered  72. the 73.which    74. make    75. of
1. learn 后加from  2.needing –needed  3.because- so  4.was–am  
5.movie-movies  6.fluent- fluently  7.make-making  8. 去掉the  9. successfully-success   10.you – I 
  Welcome to our city! Before you visit it , I’d like to give you some advice.
  First of all, I suggest you visit People’s Park, where the scenery is beautiful and you can watch the wonderful performances given by famous actors. Secondly, if you like watching rare animals, you may as well go to the zoo, lying in the west of the city. In addition, it’s a good idea to visit some old houses. You can learn more about the history of our city from the houses. Lastly, if you like swimming , boating or games on the beach, you can’t miss the water park. 
  Follow these suggestions, and you’ll have a wonder time.

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