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2015年高二下期英语期末模拟试卷有答案含听力

核心导读:2014-2015学年下期高二模拟考试英语试卷第Ⅰ卷(选择题 共100分)第一部分:听力(共两节,满分30分)第一节(共5小题;每小题1分,满分5分)请听下面5段对话,选出最佳选项。每段对话仅读一遍。1.Whatisthemandoing?A.Makingac

2014-2015学年下期高二模拟考试
英语试卷
第Ⅰ卷(选择题  共100分)
第一部分: 听力(共两节,满分30分)
第一节(共5小题;每小题1分,满分5分)
请听下面5段对话,选出最佳选项。每段对话仅读一遍。
1. What is the man doing?
A. Making a call.   B.  Having lunch.  C. Reading a newspaper.
2. How much time does John spend jumping rope?
A. 30 minutes.  B. 45 minutes    C. 75 minutes.
3. Where are the speakers probably?
A. At the store.   B. In the man’s.     C. In the classroom.
4. What does the man mean?
A. He wants some more steak.   B. He is really hungry.  C. He is full.
5. What does the man enjoy doing?
A. Writing books.    B. Reading books.    C. Going to the movies.
第二节(共12小题;每小题1分,满分12分)
请听下面5段对话或独白,选出最佳选项。每段对话或独白读两遍。
请听第六段对话,回答第6、7题。
6. Where is the woman going?
A. The train station. B. The luggage room.  C. The airport.
7. How much are tickets at the ticket booth (售票处 )?
A. More expensive than those on the train. 
B. Less expensive than those on the train .  
C. The same price as those on the train. 
请听第七段对话,回答第8至9题。
8. How long has the man been on a diet?
A. For 2 months .  B. For 3 months.  C. For 4 months.
9. What did the trainer tell the man to do?
A. Change his eating habits. 
B. Exercise every morning.  
C. Slow his pace of life.
请听第八段对话,回答第10至12题。
10. What are the speakers mainly talking about?
A. Recycling.              B. Books about waste treatment.
C. School assignments.
11. Who might be the woman?
A. A researcher. B. A writer.  C. A student.
12. What will the speakers do together?
A. Go to some recycling centers to do a survey.  
B. Read about waste treatment.   
C. Write papers about waste treatment.
听第九段材料,回答第13 至16题
13. Who is Bergman?
A. A writer    B. An actor    C. A filmmaker
14. What is most surprising to the man?
A. The kinds of films the woman likes .  
B. The common interests they share.  
C. The classic conflict in horror film
15. What kind of music does the man think the woman like?
A. Classical music.   B. Country music.  C. Heavy metal.
16. What does the man like to watch when he is tired?
A. Horror movies.
B. Comedies (喜剧 ).
C. Action movies(武打片 ).
听第10段材料,回答第17至20题
17. What kind of damage  was caused to the houses in the city?
A. The roofs were destroyed.  B. Gas lines were cut.  
C. they were completely flooded.
18. On which street did trees uprooted and smash into cars?
  A. Green Str eet    B. Main Street      C. White Street.
19. What do we know about the bus accident?
  A. The bus ran into a tree     B. No one was injured 
C. The bus was taking students home.
20. What will the weather will be like tomorrow?
  A. Stormy     B. Clear     C. Cloudy

第二部分:阅读理解 (共两节,满分40分)
第一节 (共15小题;每小题2分,共30分)
阅读下面短文,从每题所给的A、B、C、D 四个选项中选出最佳答案。
A
Phil Moriarty, one of the most successful American swimming and diving coaches and a legend at Yale, died on Saturday in Connecticut, USA. He was 98.
Moriarty, who coached the United States diving team at the Rome Olympics in 1960, helped train some of his time’s greatest swimmers, among them the Olympic gold medalists Don Schollander, Steve Clark, Mike Austin, John Nelson and Jeff Farrell. He also coached Olympic diving champions like Bob Clotworthy and David Browning. In 1960, Moriarty’s divers won two gold and f our silver medals in Rome.
Moriarty had been the diving coach at Yale since 1939 and then, in 1959, he succeeded Bob Kiphuth as the swimming team coach. “When I came to Yale,” Clark said, “I was a restless little boy depending on blazing speed and luck. I matured with Phil so that he didn’t have to hold my hand. He let me grow and gave me confidence.”
Philip Edward Moriarty was born on April 12, 1914, in New Haven. He graduated from high school in 1932 and, though he did not have a college degree, he got a job teaching swimming to Yale students of his age. He also designed a revolutionary starting block that allowed backstrokers(仰泳运动员)to avoid pushing off a slippery wall. It was successful in the United States, but after three years the international federation refused to approve it.
Moriarty promoted backstroke as healthy recreation for the young. When municipal authorities proposed closing public swimming pools to save money in 2008, he opposed the idea in a letter to The Stuart News, a Florida newspaper, saying athletics can help prevent youths from falling into gangs and drifting into crime. “The only gangs on swimming teams are relay teams,” he wrote. “The only gun they see is the starting pistol(发令枪), pointed upward, not at someone.”
21. Paragraph 2 is mainly developed ___________.
  A. by time    B. by examples   C. by space   D. by comparison
22. The underlined word “it” in Paragraph 4 refers to ___________.
  A. the acceptance of Moriarty as a swimming judge 
B.  the admittance of backstroke style into the Olympics
C. the use of a starting block for swimmers
D. the practice of pushing off a slippery wall
23. Which of the following is TRUE according to the passage?
  A. In Moriarty’s opinion, athletics helps the youth grow up healthily in society.
  B. Moriarty trained a group of swimming champions like David Browning.
  C. Moriarty had performed as a diving coach since 1939 in Kiphuth’s place.
  D. There are criminal relay gangs on swimming teams.
24. The passage is probably written to _________.
  A. take a different look at Moriarty’s legendary life
  B. advocate promoting swimming among the youth
  C. describe a few swimming and diving medalists at the Olympics
  D. inform readers of Moriarty’s death and achievements
B
    A study of English learning problems was carried out among a total of 106 foreign students. It shows that most students considered understanding spoken English to be their biggest problem on arrival. This was followed by speaking. Writing increased as  a problem as students discovered difficulties in writing papers that they were now expected to hand in. Reading remained as a significant problem.
    The information gained helped us in determining where special attention should be paid in our course. Although many students have chosen to join the course with a reasonable motivation, we considered it important to note what seemed to encourage interest. Nearly all the students have experienced some kind of grammar-based English teaching in their own country. To use the same method would be self-defeating because it might reduce motivation, especially if it has failed in the past. Therefore a different method may help because it is different.
    Variety of activity was also seen as a way of maintaining or increasing motivation. Several years ago we had one timetable that operated throughout, but we soon found that both the students and the teachers lost interest by about halfway through the ten weeks. This led us to a major re-think, so finally we brought it into line with the expressed language needs of the students.
25. What is the text mainly about?
A. Foreign students have more problems.  
B. Teaching should meet students’ needs.
C. English learning problems should be studied again.
D. There are many ways to improve English.
26. Writing became a bigger problem when foreign st udents________.
A. became less interested in reading         B. became better at speaking
C. had to write their papers        D. had fewer problems with listening
27. We may infer from the last two paragraphs that ________.
A. teaching content should be changed halfway
B. grammar-based teaching seems to be encouraging
C. English courses are necessary for foreign students
D. different teaching methods should be used
28. The underlined word “it” in the last paragraph refers to “______”.
  A. re-think       B. timetable       C. motivation       D. activity
C
Phillip Island Penguins(企鹅)
     The Little Penguin has called Phillip Island home for untold generations. Get to Phillip Island in plenty of time to watch a summer sunset at Summerland Beach ---- the stage is attractively set to see the Little Penguin leave water and step onto land.
    •Leave Melbourne at 5:30 pm for a direct journey to Phillip Island.
    •See the Gippsland area ---- Guinness Book of Records place for the world’s longest earthworm(蚯蚓)
    •Journey along the coastal highway around the Bay with French Island and Churchill Island in the distance
    •Cross the bridge at San Remo to enter Phillip Island ---- natural home for Little Penguins and many animals
    •Take your place in special viewing stands to watch the daily evening performance of the wild Little Penguins
Ultimate Penguins (+U)
    Join a group of up to 15. This guided tour goes to an attractive, quiet beach to see Little Penguins. You can see penguins at night by wearing a special pair of glasses.
    Adult(成人) $60.00         Child $30.00
Viewing Platform Penguin Plus (+V)
    More personalized wildlife viewing limited to 130 people providing closer viewing of the p enguin arrival than the main viewing stands.
    Adult $25.00         Child $12.50
Penguin Skybox (+S)
    Join a group of only 5 in the comfort of a special, higher-up viewing tower. Gain an excellent overview of Summerland Beach.
    Adult 16yrs + $50.00
29. What kind of people is the text mainly written for?
A. Scientists.      B. Students.        C. Artists.        D. Tourists
30. We can learn from the text that Little Penguins__________.
A. are trained to practice diving for visitors    B. keep a Guinness record  for their size
C. have been on Phillip Island for years    D. live in large groups to protect themselves
31. How much would a couple with one child pay for a closer viewing tour?
A. $62.50.        B. $37.50.          C. $180.00.         D. $150.00.
D
While studying social insect behavior, researchers from the Agricultural University of Krakow, Poland, discovered a remarkable example of self-sacrifice in a species of ants found in Brazil. They found that the ants sacrifice themselves in order to avoid a possible threat.
When the sun sets, the ants seal up the entrance to their nest, but in doing so a few re¬main outside to  kick sand over the entrance hole until it becomes invisible. These ants then die due to the cold, or get blown away in the wind. This door-sealing activity of these ants repre¬sents the first recorded case of insects sacrificing themselves through a preventive procedure. The ants sacrifice their lives every evening even if the nest isn’t under attack by enemies. The task takes about 50 minutes and the technique the ants use to kick sand backward over the hole with their hind legs (后腿)is unique to the chore, strengthening the evidence that this is a premeditated activity instead of casual action. Once their task is completed, they usually quickly walk away.
In order to learn of the fate of these ants, the researchers placed sheets of thin plywood (胶合板)containing false openings over some real nest entrances. The ants carried on work¬ing until they had finished and were then left to wait for the dangers of the night. The re¬searchers found that out of 23 ants working at night, only six survived until morning. The bodies of 10 were recovered, and the other seven were missing, most likely blown away and probably dead. The researchers said that the ants are probably older workers approaching death who are more unimportant than younger nest mates.
32. This passage is mainly about ________.
A. how Brazilian ants find their way   B. the partnership of the Brazilian ants
C. when Brazilian ants sacrifice themselves D. the unselfish behavior of Brazilian ants
33. According to the passage, which of the following statements is TRUE?
A. The nightly entrance-closing activity of the ants lasts no more than half an hour.
B. The ants stuck outside stand a good chance of surviving the dangers of the night.
C.For the first time insects are seen sacrificing themselves even when there’s no direct threat.
D. The ants engaged in the door-sealing activity are believed to be young and healthy.
34. The sheets of plywood are used to _______.
A. save the lives of the ants left out in the cold 
B. know what will happen to the ants remaining outside
C. store the bodies of the self-sacrificing ants
D. cover the real nest entrances for protection
35. The under lined word “premeditated” is closest in meaning to “_____”.
A. exciting       B. random         C. abnormal          D. planned
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。(注:选E 涂AB ; 选F涂AC; 选G涂AD)
Google is one of the largest and most powerful technology companies in the world. It was launched by Stanford University students Larry Page and Sergey Brin in 1998. Now, it has over 50,000 employees and makes about $50 billion a year.    36   
Build the right team
    37    “Having great people involved is tremendously important,” says Larry. “Some entrepreneurs(企业家)are in such a rush to start a new business that they don’t wait to find the right people to work with.”
Make it simple
“Technology has this way of becoming overly complex, but simplicity is one of the reasons why people are attracted to Google,” writes Sergey. If your products are simple, then people will be more likely to use them.    38    
Become an expert
Larry and Sergey spent years researching www. google. com before they lauched the website.    39     The Google founders think that entrepreneurs should take time to really understand their business and their market as it’ll pay off in the long run.
    40   
“You should set really aggressive goals that you’re not sure you can achieve,” explains Larry. He says that some entrepreneurs only set goals they think they can attain. But, he explains, if you only set achievable goals you’re never going to create something truly extraordinary.
A. Set tough goals
B. Set achievable goals
C. Larry and Sergey owe much of their success to teamwork.
D. Google stresses cooperation with other entrepreneurs.
E. And that meant they knew everything about how search engines worked.
F. If you don’t understand your products, your customers certainly won’t.
G. So, what are Larry and Sergey’s top tips for success?
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1.5分,共30分)
阅读下面短文,掌握其大意,从每题所给的A、B、C、D 四个选项中,选出最佳选项。
It was freezing cold as I was waiting at a bus stop in my hunt for a job. When the bus  41 ,  a young woman walked up to the stop. She had on a T-shirt and slippers. When we talked she told me she had lost her  42  because she lost her job. She had no family in the area and didn’t even know where she was going to    43  tonight.
I  44  into my purse and took out $5.00 so she could get something to eat. I  45  took off my jacket and gave it to her. She looked at me     46   and said, “Aren’t you going to be cold?” I told her my being cold for 15 minutes before I got to my place was  47  if I knew she would be a little warmer wherever she  48  .
49    I got on the bus, that’s when the miracle of  50  kindness happened. I stepped up to pay the  51  and the bus driver told me in a big  52  that it was on him. I went to sit down and a lady who was dressed in a very professional business suit  53  me over to her seat. She said, “I want to know the name of the person who just did the most  54  thing I have ever seen.” I told her my name and she responded, “What can I do for you to give  55   what I just witnessed?” I said   56  a job would be nice.
The next day the lady called and said that she had an assistant position  57  in her company and wanted me to meet the manager. It  58  that the lady was head of HR at this company. I went in for the  59  and started working there. I never  60  to get so much back in return!
41. A. came in      B. set off       C. pulled up      D. went by
42. A. money       B. apartment     C. direction      D. face
43. A. sleep        B. work      C. find       D. travel
44. A. put        B. touched       C. dug      D. moved
45. A. hurriedly     B. ever      C. therefore     D. then
46. A. in return     B. in doubt      C. in surprise    D. in silence
47. A. worthwhile    B. accessible    C. reliable    D. considerate
48. A. took over     B. ended up     C. set out      D. passed away
49. A. If        B. Until     C. Before     D. After
50. A. meeting     B. spreading     C. feeling     D. choosing
51. A. ticket     B. price     C. bill     D. fare
52. A. smile      B. business     C. voice      D. coat
53. A. turned      B. took       C. sent       D. called
54. A. inspiring     B. interesting     C. important    D. reasonable
55. A. in         B. up      C. back     D. away
56. A. carelessly     B. jokingly       C. seriously      D. nervously
57. A. empty       B. vacant      C. possible     D. acceptable
58. A. showed up     B. worked out      C. turned out     D. held up
59. A. application     B. invitation   C. performance    D. interview
60. A. expected      B. believed     C. regretted     D. learned
第II卷(非选择题  共50分)
第三部分:英语知识运用(共两节,满分45分)
第二节:语法填空 (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(不多于3个单词)或括号内单词的正确形式。
Lynn: I really want to find a good job. Do you have any advice?
Kate: Oh, lots of advice! _____61______, be sure to dress properly for the interview. If it’s for a teaching job, as I did 20 years ago, then you might want to consider _____62_____(wear) nice pants and a dress shirt. ______63______, you won’t like to wear clothes that are too formal and elegant for the interview nowadays.
Lynn:I see.  Anything ______64____would you suggest I should pay attention to?
Kate: Well, second, be sure to do some research on the company for ______65____ you are being interviewed. This will help you know if you have the needed skills or experience to work for that company. You can also ask the ________66____(interview), usually their personnel manager, about three intelligent questions about their business. That will show you are interested in their company.
Lynn: That’s good advice! Any last thoughts?
Kate: Yes, finally, be prepared to tell them why you would be the ______67______(good) choice for the position. You don’t have to talk too much about what you _____68______(study) for 4 years in university, but you can tell them ___69____ a confident and direct way why you can help their company. Following the above tips, you will find a satisfying job sooner or later.
Lynn: Thank you very much. I have got to buy some new clothes and then finish my ______70________(apply).
第四部分:写作(共两节,满分35分)
第—节  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。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 
Bobby was a dog that went every morning to a baker’s shop to fetch twelve bread roll for its owner. However, when Bobby returned back one day, it had only eleven rolls. Bobby’s owner wants to know what had happened, but he followed Bobby to the baker’s shop the next day. Instead taking the road home as usually, Bobby took another road and went up to a farm. There was a poorer little dog with a broken leg. Bobby was offered a roll to the little dog. The owner was very proud of Bobby and rewarded itself with a nice big bone. Later, the owner’s family never grew tired of tell everybody how kind and clever Bobby was.
第二节 书面表达 (满分25分)
假如你是李华, 暑假期间将接待来河北参加国际夏令营的美国某中学生代表团。请根据表中提供的信息,给该校校长Smith先生写一封电子邮件,介绍主要活动和注意事项。
时间 主要活动 注意事项
7月2—11日 ﹡开营仪式
﹡课程:汉语和中国文化
﹡其他:演讲比赛、体育活动等 ﹡交通规则不同,车辆靠右行驶
﹡外出请结伴而行
7月12—15日 游览北戴河区(Beidaihe District)  
注意:
1、 词数100左右;
2、 可以适当增加细节,以使行文连贯;
3、 邮件的开头和结尾已为你写好,不计入总词数。
参考词汇:开营仪式opening ceremony
Dear Mr Smith,
I’m very glad to know that you and your students will come to Hebei for an international summer camp. ________________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________
I’m looking forward to your coming!
Yours,
 


答案
听力1-5 CACCB   6-10CBBAA  11-15 CBCAC  16-20 BACBB
阅读:21BCAD   25BCDB   29DCA   32DCBD   36GCFEA
完形:41CBACD  46CABDB  51DADAC   56BBCDA
语法填空:61. First / First of all     62. wearing     63. However       64. else    65. which  66. interviewer       67. best      68. have studied    69.in      70. application
改错:1.roll—rolls  2. returned—came或back去掉  3. wants—wanted
 4. but—so/and  5. Instead后加of  6. usually—usual  7. poorer—poor
 8. was去掉  9. itself—it  10. tell—telling
作文
Dear Mr Smith,
I’m very glad to know that you and your students will come to Hebei for an international summer camp.
I’d like to introduce the plan to you. The opening ceremony will be held on July 2nd. You’ll take two main courses, Chinese and Chinese culture. During this time, there will be a speech competition, various sports games and some other activities. On July 12th, you’ll go on a four-day trip to Beidaihe District, a popular beach resort and have a good time during the trip.
Here are some suggestions for you and your students. Cars here go along the right side of the road. Please take care. When going sightseeing, stay with your friends and do not walk around on your own.
I’m looking forward to your coming!
Yours,
Li Hua

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