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黑龙江省大庆市2017-2018学年高一英语上学期期末考试试题

第I卷

第一部分:听力(共两节,满分30分)

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答案,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.Whichperformancewillthespeakerswatch?

A.The3:00one.B.The7:00one.C.The8:00one.

2.Whatdoesthewomansuggestthemando?

A.Gobackforthephone.B.Goonwalkingstraight.C.Gotoadifferentroute.

3.Forwhatisthewomanmoving?

A.Theflatistoooldtolivein.

B.Herneighborisn’teasytogetalong.

C.Shecan’tstandherneighbor’sTVnoise.

4.Wherearethespeakersprobably?

A.Atanairport.B.Inaschool.C.Inanoffice.

5.Whatdoesthemanimply(暗示)aboutBarbara?

A.SheisveryactiveB.Shedoesn’tstudyhard.C.Sheshouldn’tmakecallsinclass.

第二节(共15小题;每小题1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。听完每段对话或独白前,你将有时间阅读各个小题,每小题5秒钟;听完后,各小题将给出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至7题。

6.WhydoesAmycometoChina?

A.Forwork.B.Forstudy.C.Foravisit.

7.Howmanypeoplewillhavedinnertogether?

A.Two.B.Three.C.Four

听第7段材料,回答第8至9题。

8.Whatisthewomandoingnow?

A.Preparingforanexam.B.Doingherhomework.C.Readinganewspaper.

9.Whowenttoaparty?

A.Ella.B.TomC.Jimmy

听第8段材料,回答第10至12题。

10.Whatistherelationshipbetweenthespeakers?

A.Interviewerandapplicant.B.Colleagues.C.Teacherandparent.

11.HowlonghasRobertbeenateacherhere?

A.About15months.B.Nearly14years.C.Morethan15years.

12.WhowillbeinchargeofClass8?

A.LilyB.Robert.C.Mr.Green.

听第9段材料,回答第13至16题。

13.HowdoesthewomanlikeIrishmusic?

A.Great.B.Justso-so.C.Terrible.

14.Whatdoweknowaboutthespeakers?

A.Theygottoknowinatheater.

B.Theybothlikejazzverymuch.

C.Theylivenotfarfromeachother.

15.WhatwillthewomandothisFriday?

A.Gotothetheater.B.Visitherparents.C.Havedinnerwiththeman.

16.Whenwillthespeakersgototheconcerttogether?

A.Tonight.B.Thisweekend.C.NextFriday.

听第10段材料,回答第17至20题。

17.Whatdothesewebsitesallowpeopletodo?

A.Sendtoystotravel.B.Buydifferentkindsoftoys.C.Sharephotosofyourtoys.

18.Whatshouldyoudofirstifyouwanttotakepartinit?

A.Buyanewtoy.B.Contactatravelagency.C.Registerablogforyourtoy.

19.Howwillpeoplesendtheirtoystotheagency?

A.Inperson.B.Byuploadingphotos.C.Bymail.

20.Whatwillpeopleinthetravelagencydowiththetoysfinally?

A.Givethemawaytootherchildren.

B.Sendthembacktotheirowners.

C.SellthemontheInternet.

第二部分:阅读理解(共两节20小题,每小题2分,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。并在答题卡上将该选项涂黑.

AsIstoodinthereturnlineandwatchedpeople,Ibecameextremelyimpatient.MydaughterhadgotfourBarbiedollsandtwoidentical(完全相同的)CabbagePatchKidsonChristmas,soIwaseagertoreturntoysthatshedidn'tneed.Suddenlyastrongideacametome.Ieyedtheladyinfrontofmewiththreesmallgirlsonherleg.Thefamilylookedpoor.Thechildrenwerewithoutcoats,andtheyhaddirtyfacesandhair.“Youarereadytogetoutofhere,aren'tyou?Giveherthethingsyouwanttoreturn,”thestillvoicespoke.“Givethemtoher?Thesearemine.I'mnotgivinghermystuff,”Iargued.Iswallowedtheurgethatthreatenedtoescapemylipswhenthevoicespokeagain.“Giveherthetoys.”Iwasfamiliarwiththevoice.IknowIcouldn'targuewiththatvoice.

Isighedandtappedtheladyontheshoulder.“Ma'am,”Iclearedmythroat.Shelookedatmewithkind,tiredeyessurroundedbywrinkles.“Yes?”sheasked.“Wouldyourlittlegirlsliketohavethesetoys?”Ipointedtomybasketfullofreturns.“Wouldyourchildrenliketohavethem?”Shewasspeechless,andIsworethattearswereabouttowellupinhereyes.“You'dbedoingmeafavor.Ican'tstandinthislineinamomentlonger.”“Youhavenoidea,”sheshookherhead.“Youhavenoideawhatthatmeanstome.”

Istartedloadingherbasketastheexcitedgirlswatched.“MerryChristmas,”Isaid,“Godblessyou.”SherepliedasInoddedandexited(退出)theline.Ididn'twanttogotheWalmartthatday,butIwent.Ididn'twanttogivetheladymykid'stoys,butIdid.Sometimesdoingwhatwedon'twanttodoisexactlywhatwe'resupposedtodo.

21.Theauthordecidedtoreturnsomeofthegiftsbecause________.

A.shewantedtogetsomemoneyB.herdaughterneededmoneythen

C.herdaughterdidn'tlikethematallD.allofthemweren'tinneed

22.Whentheauthorsawthewomanandherthreegirls,she________.

A.gladlyhelpedthemB.didn'twanttohelpthem

C.pretendednottoknowthemD.hesitatedaboutwhethertohelpthem

23.Theladywasspeechlessafterhearingtheauthor'swordsbecause________.

A.shewastoosurprisedtosayanythingB.shewastoomovedtosayanything

C.shedidn'tbelievetheauthoratfirstD.shewasconsideringtheauthor'swords

24.Whichofthefollowingcanbethebesttitleforthepassage?

A.APoorLadyB.HolidaySpiritC.GivingHappinessD.HolidayShopping

Weateonthegomorethaneverbefore.Herearethreehealthappsthatcanhelpyoubettermanageyourhealthwhenyoupursueyourdreams.

⑴DoctorsOnDemand

DoctorsOnDemandenablesyoutovisitadoctorwithouteverleavingyourhome,helpingyouuseacomputer,tabletorsmartphonetohaveadoctorvideochatwithyou.Theservicewillhelpyoulocateandconnectyoutolicenseddoctors,psychologists,pediatricians(儿科医生)andmore.FeescanbepaidwithHAS&FSA.Itcosts$40for15minuteswithadoctoror$50for20minuteswithapsychologist.

⑵Text4baby

I'mabigfanofText4babyforafewreasons.Thefreeserviceforpregnant(怀孕的)womenandnewmomsworksbysendingtextmessagestoyoursmartphonethreetimesaweekwithinformationabouthowtohaveahealthypregnancyandbaby.Andthemessagesaretimedtothepregnantwoman'sduedateorthebaby'sdateofbirth,sendingtipsthatarerelevanttowhereamotherisinherpregnancyorwhereababyisinstagesofdevelopment.Tipsrangefrombreastfeedingtocarseatsafetytoremindersaboutexercise,nutritionandmore.Theservicecombinesinteractivetextmessages,anapp,videoandwebcontentinEnglishandSpanish.SignupbytextingBABYto511-411orbydownloadingtheapp.

⑶RISE

RISE,anappavailableoniPhone(comingtoAndroidin2016),pairsyouupwith(与……绑定)aregistereddietitian(营养师)toimproveyourdietandreachhealthgoals.Yousharephotosofyourmealsandyourexerciseforthedaywithyourcoach,whothenlooksforareaswhereyoucanimproveandgivesadvice,helpsyousetgoalsandistheretopatyouonthebackvirtually(虚拟地)whenyouhitamilestone.What'salsogreatisthatyoucantextasmuchasyouwantwithyourdietitianandthereisnoneedtogointoanoffice.Feesforthisservicerangefrom$9permonthto$50amonth.Thereisafree7-daytrialsoyoucantryitoutforaweektoseeifit'sfitforyou.

25.HowmuchwillyoupayifyouhaveavideochatwithyourpsychologistforanhourusingDoctorsOnDemand?

A.$50.B.$80.C.$100.D.$150.

26.WecaninferthattheauthorinText4babyisprobablya________.

A.famouspediatricianB.softwareengineer

C.pregnantwomanornewmotherD.registereddietitian

27.WhatdoyouknowaboutText4baby?

A.ItisanappavailableonlyoniPhone.B.YoucansignupbytextingBABYto511-411.

C.Peoplecan'tuseText4babyforfree.D.Textmessagesaresentinthreelanguages.

Cleaningyourplatemaynothelpfeedhungrychildrentoday,butthetimeworn

od.TheUSDepartmentofAgriculturesaysthat23%ofeggsandanevenhigherpercentageofproduceendsupinthetrash.

“Weforgetwehaveallthesefreshfruitsandvegetables,andattheendoftheweekwehavetothrowthemaway”,saidEstherGove,amotherofthreeyoungchildreninSouthBerwick,Maine.“Now,Idon'tbuyasmuchfreshproduceasIusedto.”

Buttheeffectoffoodwastearrivesfarbeyondthekitchen.Agriculture(农业)istheworld'slargestuserofwater,abigconsumer(消费者)ofenergyandmajoremitterofgreenhousegasesduringproduction.Expertssayreducingwasteisasimplewaytocutstressontheenvironmentandcaneasepressureonfarmers,whowillbecalledontofeedanexpected9billionpeoplearoundtheworldin2050,comparedwithnearly7billiontoday.

Nomatterhowsustainable(可持续的)farmingis,ifthefood'snotgettingeaten,it'snotsustainableandit'snotagooduseofourresources.Inrichernations,fruitandvegetablesendupinthetrashbecausetheyaren'tprettyenoughtomeetcompanies'standards,havegonebadinahomerefrigeratororaren'teatenatarestaurant.Indevelopingcountries,muchfoodspoilsbeforeitgetstomarketduetopoorroadsandlackofrefrigeration.Highfoodpricesareanotherreason,sincesomepeoplecan'taffordthefoodthat'sproduced.

28.Fromthefirstparagraph,weknowthatcleaningyourplate________.

A.isyourmother'sbestadviceforyou

B.cansolvecertainproblemsfortheworld

C.canhelpfeedhungrychildrenallovertheworld

D.helpsmeetthegrowingpopulation'sneeds

29.Theunderlinedword“emitter”inParagraph4means________.

A.userB.finderC.protectorD.producer

30.Whatisasustainableandconvenientwayforacustomerinarestaurant?

A.Orderingenoughandpackingtheleftovers.

B.Orderingmorethanheorshecaneat.

C.Orderinglessandfeelinghungryafterleaving.

D.Orderingmoreandleavingtheuntouchedalone.

31.Whichofthefollowingtopicswillfollowthetext?

A.Moreexamplesoffoodwaste.B.Waystoreducefoodwaste.

C.Experts'ideaontheenvironment.D.Adviceforfoodwithhighprices.

Afterayearofexaminingmanystudiesconcerningwhetherhomeworkiseffective,NYCP.S.ElementarySchooldecidedthatmathworksheetsandessayassignmentswereactuallyawasteoftime.InFebruary,PrincipalJaneHsusentalettertoparentsstatingthatthePre-K(学前班)throughfifthgradestudentswouldn'tbegivenanytraditionalhomeworktoencouragekidstofreetimeforreading,playingoutside,ordoingactivitiestheyenjoy.

“Thenegativeeffectsofhomeworkhavebeenwellestablished.”Hsuwroteinanotetoparents.“Theyinclude,children'sfrustrationandexhaustion,lackoftimeforotheractivitiesandfamilytimeand,sadlyformany,lossofinterestinlearning.”

Someparents,however,disagreewiththepolicychange,believingthatalackoffocuswillcausechildrentofallbehind.Homeworkhasbeenpartofeducationfromthebeginning,andhasincreasedinamountinrecentyears.

Hsu'sadvicethatchildrenshouldreadandspendtimewiththeirfamilieshasupsetsomeparentstothepointofconsideringpullingtheirchildrenoutoftheschool.Thisgroupfeelsthathomeworkgiveschildrenagoaltoworktoward.Othersfeelsostronglyabouttheimportanceofhomeworkthattheyhavebegungivingtheirownhomeworktotheirchildren.

AnAustralianChildhoodFoundationsurveyfindsthat71%ofAustralianparentsfeeltheydon'tspendenoughqualitytimewiththeirchildrenmainlybecauseofthetimespentrunningthehouseholdorthetimespenthelpingwithhomework.EducationexpertsinAustraliaaresayingthatparentsshouldstophelping.Doingsowillgivekidsmoreindependence,giveparentsmorefreetime,andhelpreducethenumberofargumentscausedbyhomeworkinthefamily.

Whilesomeresearchsuggeststhathomeworkhaslittleacademicbenefitforelementarystudents,otherresearchesshowhomeworkcanhelpkidsdevelopindependence,andconfidence.Itcanalsocontributetoasenseofbelongingorcontrolovertheirlives.Whenparentstrytohelptheirchildrenwithhomework,theassistancecantakeawaythatfeelingandcanalsomakeworkingparentsmoretired.

32.Cancelling(取消)traditionalhomeworkisaimedat________.

A.allowingstudentstolearnontheirown

B.wishingstudentstospendmoretimewithparents

C.inspiringstudentstoseekself-development

D.motivatingstudentstohelpwithhomework

33.Whatcanbeconcludedfromthe1stand2ndparagraph?

A.JaneHsuisthefirstprincipaltocancelhomework.

B.JaneHsuhasdonemuchresearchondifferentaspectsofhomework.

C.JaneHsupayslittleattentiontostudents'academicrecords.

D.JaneHsuknowsstudentspreferactivitiestotheirsubjects.

34.WhyaresomeparentsstronglyagainstPrincipalJaneHsu?

A.Theyareafraidtheirkidswillfallbehind.

B.Theydisliketheirkidsdoingtoomanyactivities.

C.Theyhavenotimetogivetheirchildrenhomework.

D.Theydon'tthinktheschoolisresponsiblefortheirkids.

35.Whatistheauthor'sattitudetoparents'helpingkidswithhomework?

A.Supportive.B.Worried.C.Unconcerned.D.Negative.

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。

HowtoAvoidWeightGainOverHolidays

Doyoulovetheholidays,buthatethepoundsthatfollow?Youarenotalone.Holidaysaretimesforfeastingandcelebrating.Manypeopleareworriedabouttheirweight.36Whetheryouarecelebratingattheofficepartyorsittingdownforthetraditionalfamilydinner,regardeatingasatimefortastingavarietyoffoods.Theideaistoenjoytheholidaysbutnottoeattoomuch.Youdon’thavetoturnawayfromthefoodsthatyouenjoy.

Herearesometipsforpreventingweightgainandmaintainingphysicalfitness:

★Don’tskipmeals.

Beforeyouleavehome,haveasmall,low-fatmealorsnack.37__

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