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山东省枣庄市薛城区2017-2018学年高一英语上学期期末考试试题

本试卷分第I卷(选择题)和第II卷(非选择题)两部分。第I卷1至10页。第II卷11至12页。共150分。考试用时120分钟。

第I卷

注意事项:

1.答第I卷前,考生务必将自己的姓名、准考证号、考试科目用铅笔涂写在答题卡上。

2.每小题选出答案后,用铅笔把答题卡上对应题目的答案标号涂黑。如需改动,用橡皮擦干净后,再选涂其他答案标号。不能答在试卷上。

3.考试结束,考生将本试卷和答题卡一并交回。

第一部分:听力(共两节,满分30分)

做题时,先将答案标在试卷上。录音内容结束后,你将有两分钟的时间将试卷上的答案转涂到答题卡上。

第一节(共5小题;每小题1.5分,满分7.5分)

听下面5段对话。每段对话后有一个小题,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。听完每段对话后,你都有10秒钟的时间来回答有关小题和阅读下一小题。每段对话仅读一遍。

1.?What?did?the?man?do?yesterday?

A.?He?went?to?see?a?doctor. B.?He?took?care?of?hisfather.

C.Hestayedathomealone.

2.Howmanyeggsdidthemanbuy?

A.12. B.20. C.24.

3.Whoiscomingfortea?

A.John. B.Mark. C.Tracy.

4.Whenwilltheyprobablymeet?

A.BeforeclassonFriday. B.AfterclassonFriday. C.Aftertoday'smeeting.

5.WhywillthecouplegotoNewYork?

A.Tohaveatour. B.Tocelebratethewife'sbirthday.

C.Tomakemoremoney.

第二节(共15小题;每小题1.5分,满分22.5分)

听下面5段对话或独白。每段对话或独白后有几个小题,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。听每段对话或独白前,你都有时间阅读各个小题,每小题5秒钟;听完后,每小题将给出5秒钟的作答时间。每段对话或独白读两遍。

听第6段材料,回答第6,7题。

6.Where?does?the?conversation?take?place?

A.?In?a?station. B.Atanairport. C.?At?a?hotel.

7.What?was?the?most?probable?resultof?the?conversation?

A.The?woman?got?the?key?to?her?room. B.?The?woman?got?a?new?suitcase.

C.The?woman?got?her?suitcase?back.

听第7段材料,回答第8,9题。

8.?What?is?the?relationship?between?the?speakers?

A.?They?are?good?friends. B.?They?are?strangers?to?each?other.

C.?They?are?husband?and?wife.

9.?Why?does?the?woman?come?to?talk?with?the?man?

A.?To?get?a?job. B.?To?take?a?test. C.?To?see?the?secretary

听第8段材料,回答第10至12题。

10.?What?are?the?two?speakers?having?for?supper?

A.?Tea,?bread?and?chicken. B.?Sandwiches?and?chicken.

C.?Chicken,?sandwiches?and?tea.

11.?What?do?we?know?about?the?chicken?

A.It's?cooked?by?the?woman. B.?It's?brought?by?the?man.

C.?It's?bought?from?KFC.

12.?Where?does?t?his?conversation?most?probably?take?place?

A.?In?a?restaurant. B.?At?the?man's?home. C.?At?the?woman's?home.

听第9段材料,回答第13至16题。

13.?When?will?the?visitors?come?

A.?In?March. B.?In?April. C.?In?May

14.?How?many?visitors?are?coming?in?the?end?

A.8 B.10 C.12

15.?What?will?the?visitors?do?on?the?second?day?

A.?Visit?schools. B.?Go?to?a?party. C.?Takepartin?a?lecture.

16.?Where?will?the?visitors?go?on?the?final?day?

A.?To?the?coast. B.?To?Scotland. C.?To?London.

听第10段材料,回答第17至20题。

17.?What?didn't?people?know?many?centuries?ago?

A.?How?to?hunt?animals. B.?How?to?gather?goods. C.?How?to?farm.

18.?Which?of?the?following?is?TRUE?about?the?Kooris?

A.They?live?in?the?places?that?are?easy?to?reach.

B.They?haven't?learned?the?waysofdoingthingsfromothers.

C.TheyhavelivedaloneinthemiddleofAmerica.

19.WhatdotheKoorisdomostoftheirtime?

A.Lookforfoodandwater. B.Raiseanimalsforfood.

C.Growvegetablesandfruits.

20.WheredotheKoorissleepatnight?

A.Inthehouses.B.Aroundfires.C.Onthefarm.

第二部分:阅读理解(共20小题;每小题2分,满分40分)

第一节(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,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。

I’vealwayshadstrongopinionsofhowloveshouldbeexpressed.WhatIremembermostaboutvisitingmyboyfriend’sparentsistheloudtickoftheclockaswesilentlyateourmeal.Iwasquicktoregardhisfamilyascold.However,once,whenwewereabouttodrivehome,myboyfriend’sfatherappearedandbegantowashthewindshield(挡风玻璃).Icouldsensethathisdadwasacaringman.

Ilearnedanotherlessonaboutlovelater.Myfatheroftentelephonedmeearlyinthemorning.“BuyXerox.It’sagoodshareprice,”hewouldsaywhenIansweredthephone.Mydadofferednopleasantgreetingorinquiry(询问)aboutmylife.Thisangeredmeandweoftenquarreled.Butoneday,Ithoughtaboutmyfather’ssuccessandrealizedhisconcernformyfinancialsafetyshowedhowmuchhelovedme.Thenexttimehecalledandtoldmetobuyastock(股票),Ithankedhim.

ThewayItreatmyfriendsissometimesdifferentfromhowtheytreatme.ForexampleIalwaysreturnphonecallswithoutdelayandregularlycheckinwitholdfriends.Ihadonefriendwhorarelycalled,respondingtomymessageswithshorte-mails.“Sheisn’tagoodfriend!”Ithought.Myangergrewastheholidaysapproached.ThenshecametoagatheringIhostedandhandedmeabeautifuldressIhadfalleninlovewithwhenwelastwentwindow-shopping.Iwasshockedatherkindness,andfeltbadforthinkingheruncaring.ClearlyIneededtochangemyexpectations.

Fartoooften,Iignoreuniqueexpressions,eagerlyexpectingpeopletodothingsmyway.Thishasleftmefeelingunloved.Overtheyears,however,Ihavelearnedtoreadothers’lovesignsbetterandgetalongwellwiththem.

21.Thewriterfinallyrealizedthatherfather_____.

A.wasn’tapleasantperson B.wassuccessfulinfinance

C.wascaringabouther D.wasdissatisfiedwithher

22.Howmanyexampleshasthewritergiventoshowthelessonsshehaslearnedonlove?

A.Two. B. Three. C.One. D.Four.

23.Thewriterwritesthispassagetoshowthat_____.

A.differentpeoplehavedifferentwaystoshowtheirlove

B.hergoodfrienddislikesherwaytocareaboutothers

C.sheexpectsotherstocareaboutherinherway

D.peopleshouldtreatothersinacaringway

SomepeoplebelieveChristmaswithoutaChristmastreeisn’tChristmas.IstillrememberfamilytripstocutdownChristmastreeswhenIwasakid,andcuttingdownourownChristmastreesremainsanunchangedtraditionalthoughIhavemyownfamilynow.OnethingIwantedtoknowwaswhethertherewasawaytomakeaChristmastreelastlonger.

Luckily,rightbeforeChristmasin2010,welearnedawaytomakeaChristmastreelastlongerwhenwevisitedKarabinFarms,aChristmastreefarminSouthington,Connecticut.

ChristmastreegrowerMichaelKarabinsharedthefollowingtipwithusaswewerereturningfromthefieldaftercuttingdownourChristmastree:

WhenyoubringyourChristmastreehome,firstboilabout4litresofwater.Thenputonecupofsugarinthewaterandallowthemixturetocool.Makeahalf-inchcutatthebaseofthetrunk(树干).Putthelowerpartofthetrunkinacontainerandthenpourinthewarmsugarwater.Continuetoaddfresh,coolplainwaterlater,alwaysmakingsureyourChristmastreehasanamplesupplyofwater.

Wedecidedtohaveatry,andonethingInoticedinthefirstweekafterwebroughtourChristmastreehomewasthatitseemedtohavekeptitsscent(气味)longerthantreeswe’dcutdowninthepast.Besides,thetreelookedasgreenasbefore.

DidthistipfromthefarmerreallymakeourChristmastreelastlonger?Here’saphotothatshowshowhealthyandgreenourtreestillappearedinJanuary:afullmonthafterwecutitdown!

24.What’stheauthor’sfamilytradition?

A.CuttingdowntheirownChristmastrees.

B.MakingtheirChristmastreesupathome.

C.PayingavisittoKarabinFarmsatChristmas.

D.LookingforawaytomakeChristmastreeslastlonger.

25.WecanlearnfromthetextthatMichaelKarabin_____.

A.startedworkingonKarabinFarmsnotlongago

B.isexperiencedinlookingafterChristmastrees

C.hasknowntheauthorforagreatmanyyears

D.chosethebestChristmastreefortheauthor

26.Whatdoestheunderlinedword“ample”inthefourthparagraphmean?

A.Important. B.Total. C.Short. D.Enough.

27.Whatdoesthefourthparagraphmainlydiscuss?

A.HowtowatertheChristmastree.

B.HowtopositiontheChristmastree.

C.HowtomakeaChristmastreelastlonger.

D.HowtomakeaChristmastreemorebeautiful.

28.HowdidtheauthorfeelaftertryingMichaelkarabin'smethod?

A.SatisfiedB.AfraidC.WorriedD.Disappointed

Behonest,whenwasthelasttimeyoucried?Ifyou’reoneofthosewhosaytheynevercry,thestatisticsareagainstyou.Womenreportedlycry64timesayearonaverage,whilem

d,angry,scared,orindanger.

Therapist(临床专家)JudithKayNelsonsaysthatourexperiencewithcryingasbabiesmaydeterminehowweviewcryingwhenwe’reolder.Someparentsarequicktotryandcalm(安抚)theirkidsdownwhenevertheystartcrying.Thosechildrenwilllikelyfindcryingintheiradultyearsbringsasimilarcomfort.Ontheotherhand,thosewhoseparentsbecameangeredbytheircryingprobablywon’tfeelcryinghasthesamecalmingeffect.

Manypeoplebelievecryingcanactuallymakeapersonfeelbetter.Butaccordingtostudies,whetheritmakesusfeelbetterornotdependsonthereactionsofothers.Ifothersreactpositively(积极地),we’llfeelbetter.Onthecontrary(相反),we’llfeelworse.

People’sreactionstocryinghavealottodowiththegender(性别)ofthepersonweeping.IntheWest,it’sgenerallyacceptableforwomentobeseencrying.InBritainboysaretaughtnottocry.Eventhoughpeoplearebecomingmoreenlightenedabouttears,cryinginmalesisstillviewedasasignofweakness.PhilipHodson,anexpertonmaleemotions(情绪),hasadifferentviewpoint.“Intruth,cryingisn’tweakness;it’sarelaxationsystem,”hesays.“Ifwedon’tusethissystem,we’renotbeingveryintelligent.”Afterall,everybodycries.

29.Whatcanbelearnedabouttheactofcryingfromthestatistics?

A.Everyone,regardlessofgender,cries. B.Somepeoplenevercry.

C.Womenoftencryfornoreasonatall. D.Menactuallycrymorethanwomen.

30.WhichistheopinionoftherapistJudithKayNelson?

A.Theactofcryinghasacalmingeffectonallofus.

B.Parentsshouldn’trushtocalmtheirbabywhenitcries.

C.Thewayweviewcryingisshapedbyourchildhoodexperience.

D.Parents’responsestoacryingbabywilldetermineitspersonalitytype.

31.Whatissaidaboutcryingmakingapersonfeelbetter?

A.Itiscompletelyfalse. B.Itisdependentonaperson’sage.

C.Itistrueonlyformen. D.Itisinfluencedbyothers’responses.

32.WhatcanweinferaboutWesternculturesfromthelastparagraph?

A.Onlyintelligentpeoplecanrelaxbycrying.

B.Cryingisstilllesssociallyacceptableformalesthanfemales.

C.Malesarenowencouragedtoexpresstheiremotionsthroughcryingbytheirparents.

D.Britishpeopleconsideritunhealthytokeepfeelingsbottledupinside.

Companionrobots(陪护机器人)arebecomingmoreandmoreimportantinofferinghelptobusypeoplelookingaftertheelderlyandchildren.Withanagingpopulationandanincreasinglaborshortage(短缺),thedemand(需求)forcompanionrobotsforeldercareandchildren’scompanionsisontherise.

XiaoyuzaijiaisanintelligentcompanionrobotproducedbyZaijia.com,aBeijing-basedstartupbusywithinternethardwareandintelligenthomeappliances(电器)businesses.

Iftheelderlypeopleareillathome,therobotcanbringmedicineandwater.Therobotwillopenthedoorwhentheguestcomes.Itcaneventellastory,singasongandplaychess.

Thenumberofelderlypeopleaged60andabovereachedmorethan222millionin2015,accountingfor(占)16.2percentofthetotalpopulation,accordingtotheNationalBureauofStatistics.Itisestimated(估计)thatthenumberwillreach243millionin2020.

SongChenfeng,founderandCEOofZaijia,said:“Therobotisequippedwithamonitoringcameraandotherhardwareforfacialandvoicerecognition.”Familymemberscouldalsoconnecttheirsmartphoneswiththerobot.“Whentheelderlyfallorthechildrencryathome,therobotwillsendmessagestoinformotherfamilymembers,“hesaid.“Thecompanionrobotshouldbeanimportant'bluesea'intheintelligenthouseholdrobotmarket.Xiaoyuzaijiaaimsatwhite-collarpeoplewhoarebusywiththeirworkandspendlesstimeaccompanying(陪伴)theirfamilymembers.Itbuildsabridgeamongfamilymembersandsatisfiestheemotionalcommunicationneedsofmodernpeople,”saidSong.

YuanWenhui,chairmanofZaijia,saidthecompanywillofferpersonalizedserviceinthefamilyhealthcareandchildren'seducation,basedonbigdataalgorithms(),aimingtobeanecessaryintelligentfamilyhousekeeperinthefuture.

StatisticsfromtheInternationalFederationofRoboticsshowthatthemarketdemandforservicerobotswillincreaseinthenextthreeyears,withthemarketscale(规模)reaching$46billion.

33.Whywillthecompanionrobotsbewarmlywelcomed?

A.Theyareveryintelligent.

B.Theycanbringwaterandevenplaychess.

C.Theyareofgreathelpinassistingtheelderandchildren.

D.Theycanrecognizethevoiceandfacialexpression.

34.Whatservicewillthecompanyofferinthefuture?

A.monitoringcamera. B.emotionalcommunications.

C.smartphones. D.children’seducation.

35.Whatistheauthor’sattitudetothecompanionrobots?

A.Doubtful. B.Objective. C.Beingagainst. D.Discouraged.

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。(注意:在涂卡时,E涂为AB,F涂为AC,G涂为AD)

Toomanypeoplewantotherstobetheirfriends,buttheydon’tgivefriendshipback.36Tohaveafriend,youmustlearntotreatyourfriendthewayyouwantyourfriendtotreatyou.Learningtobeagoodfriendmeanslearningthreerules:behonest;begenerous;beunderstanding.

37Friendsmustbeabletotrustoneanother.Ifyoudon’ttellthetruth,peopleusuallyfindout.Ifafriendfindsoutthatyouhaven’tbeenhonest,youmayloseyourfriend’strust.Goodfriendsalwayscountononeanothertospeakandacthonestly.

Generositymeanssharingandsharingmakesafriendshipgrow.Youdon’thavetogiveyourlunchmoneyoryourclothes,orenjoy,likeourhobbiesandyourinterests.38Thesecanbeveryvaluabletoafriend.Theytellyourfriendwhatisimportanttoyou.Bysharingthemyouhelpyourfriendknowyoubetter.

Soonerorlatereveryoneneedsunderstandingandhelpwithaproblem.Somethingmaygowrongatschool.Talkingabouttheproblemcanmakeiteasiertosolve.Turningtoafriendcanbeafirststepinsolvingtheproblem.39Youmusttrytoputyourselfinyourfriend’splacesoyoucanunderstandtheproblembetter.

Notwofriendshipsareeverexactlyalike.40Ifyouplantokeepyourfriendships,youmustpracticehonesty,generosityandunderstanding.

A.Breakfastmoneyisnecessary.

B.Naturallyyouwillwanttoshareyourideasandfeelings.

C.Thatiswhysomefriendshipsdon’tlastverylong.

D.Afriendwhogivesyouhislunchmoneyisatruefriend.

E.Honestyiswhereagoodfriendshipstarts.

F.Butalltruefriendshipshavethreethingsincommon.

G.Sotobeafriendyoumustlistenandunderstand.

第三部分:语言知识应用(共三节;满分55分)

第一节:完形填空(共20小题;每小题1.5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,选出可以填人空白处的最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。

AsIlookbackonitnow,IrealizeitwaskindofsillyofmetobesoworriedwhenDaddywasreallyjustlate.I41everynightforDaddywhomIfollowedaroundeverywhere.

Thatday,Istoodatmy42placebythedoor,awaitinghis43fromwork.

Afterstandingthereforawhile,Ibeganto44whereDaddywas.IranintothekitchenandaskedMummy45,“WhenisDaddycoming?”

“Soon,honey,”Mummyreplied---distractedly(心不在焉的)becauseshewas46arecipe(食谱)fordinner.

Iranbacktothe47forIknewthatDaddywascomingandthatIwasn’tstandingtherefor48.Ibegantorecitethewords.

Tiredofthat,Iwentbacktothe49toaskMummyagainbutbeforeIcouldopenmy50,shehandedmeaMylittlePonycoloringbook.Shesaid:“I’m51,Daniel.GoandcoloraprettypictureandI’llhangitonthefridg

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