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2018年春期四川省棠湖中学高二年级期中考试

英语试题

注意事项:

1.答题前,先将自己的姓名、准考证号填写在试题卷和答题卡上,并将准考证号条形码粘贴在答题卡上的指定位置。用2B铅笔将答题卡上试卷类型A后的方框涂黑。

2.选择题的作答:每小题选出答案后,用2B铅笔把答题卡上对应题目的答案标号涂黑,写在试题卷、草稿纸和答题卡上的非答题区域均无效。

3.非选择题的作答:用签字笔直接答在答题卡上对应的答题区域内。写在试题卷、草稿纸和答题卡上的非答题区域均无效。

4.考试结束后,请将本试题卷和答题卡一并上交。

第Ⅰ卷(选择题满分100分)

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,你将有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.Whydoesthemanfeelawful?

A.Hecan’tfindhiskeys. B.He’snotgoodatstudies

C.Hemissedmanylessons.

2.Wheredoestheconversationprobablytakeplace?

A.Inapark.B.Atatheater.C.Inaparkinglot.

3.WhathappenedtoTim?

A.Heknockedsomeonedown.B.Hewashitbyamotorbike.

C.Hewasseriouslyill.

4.Howmanycupsdidthewomanbuyonline?

A.10B.20C.30

5.Whatarethespeakerssupposedtodo?

A.Watchaperformance.B.Visitamuseum.C.Buysomebooks.

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。

请听第6段材料,回答第6、7题。

6.Whendoestheconversationtakeplace?

A.Inthemorning.B.Intheafternoon.C.Intheevening.

7.Howlongdoesthemangivethewoman?

A.30minutes.B.20minutes.C.10minutes.

请听第7段材料,回答第8、9题。

8.Whowasthewinnerinlastnight’sgame?

A.TorontoRaptors.B.DenverNuggets.C.UtahJazz.

9.WhenshouldthespeakershandintheirEnglishhomework?

A.Thisafternoon.B.Tomorrowmorning.C.Tomorrowafternoon.

请听第8段材料回答第10至12题。

10.Whereisthewomangoingthissummer?

A.NewYork.B.Boston.C.Chicago.

11.Whatdoesthewomanthinkthemanwantstobe?

A.AstorytellerB.Anactor.C.Astagedirector.

12.Whichofthefollowingisthewoman’sopinion?

A.Oneneedsagifttostudycreativewriting.

B.Musicschoolisawasteoftime.

C.Hardworkpaysoff.

13.Whatdoweknowabouttheman?

A.Helikestalkingaboutnewfilms

B.Heenjoysseeingfilmswithfriends.

C.Heprefersseeingnewfilmsatthecinema.

听第9段材料,回答第14至16题。

14.WhatwillthewomanbeforHalloweenthisyear?

A.Arabbit.B.Azombiebride.C.Abunchofgrapes.

15.Whydidthewoman’smotheralwaysmakethecostumes?

A.Theywereoriginal.B.Tosavemoney.C.Herchildrenaskedhertodoso.

16.WhatdoesHalloweenmeantotheman?

A.Goodmemories.B.Makingnewfriends.C.Playingwithhiskids.

听第10段材料,回答第17至20题。

17.Whatdoweknowaboutthespeaker?

A.Hewillbeturning27.

B.Hehasbeenstudyingphotography.

C.HehaslivedinLondonformanyyears.

18.WhereistheRasaRestaurantlocated?

A.OnStokeNewingtonHighStreet.B.OnBrickLane.C.OnChurchStreet.

19.WhichbusshouldpeopletaketogettoLarry’sbar?

A.Bus253fromthewest.B.Bus112headingnorth.C.Bus341headingsouth.

20.Whycanthespeakergetspecialtreatatthebar?

A.Theownerishisfriend.B.HehasaVIPcard.C.Heworkspart-timethere.

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,满分30分)

阅读下列短文,从每题所给的A、B、C和D四个选项中,选出最佳选项。

NavigatingBorderSecurity

YoumaythinkwhatyousayonWeChatisyourownbusiness,butapparentlytheCanadianauthoritiesdon’tagree.Inotherwords,youneedtobefullyawareoftheitemsyou’renotallowedtobringbeforeyoutravelabroad.

Obscene(淫秽)andpirated(盗版)materials

InmanyWesterncountries,possessingandtransportingunderageporn(黄色书刊)isconsideredaseriouscrime.AccordingtotheUnitedStatesDepartmentofJustice,afirst-timeoffenderchargedwithproducingchildpornfacesfinesand15to30yearsinprison.ThewebsiteofUKVisasandImmigrationalsolistedpiratedcopiesofmoviesandmusicasillegal,becausetheyinfringeuponintellectualpropertyrights.Ifyou’recaughtbringingpiratedproductsintotheUK,theproductswillbeconfiscated,andyoumayfaceprosecution(起诉).

Food,animalsandplants

AccordingtoAustralia’sDepartmentofImmigrationandBorderProtection,Australiahasstrictquarantinelaws.Animalsfromoverseascouldbringdiseasesandpestsintothecountryanddestroythelocalenvironment.

Cash

Thereisalimitofcashyoucanbringwhentravelingabroad.AccordingtoUKVisasandImmigration,themaximumamountofcash(includingbankers’draftsandchecks)youcanbringintothecountryis£10,000(72,000yuan).You’llhavetodeclareitifyou’rebriningmore,oryoucouldfaceafineofupto£5,000(46,000yuan).Butifyou’reenteringtheUKfromanotherEuropeanUnioncountry,youdon’tneedtodeclareyourcash,nomatter

howmuchyouhave.

Otheritems

Customsrulesvaryfromcountrytocountry.Forexample,whenenteringAustraliayoualsoneedtodeclaretraditionalmedicinesbecausetheymaycontainendangeredplantoranimalproducts.Heritage-relatedgoods,includingartworksandstamps,alsoneedtobedeclared.Thisiswhyyoushouldalwayscheckthelocalcustomswebsitetomakesureofwhatyoucanputintoyourluggage,andofcourse,yourelectronicdevices.

21.WhichofthefollowingitemsmaybeallowedtobringwithoutdeclaringwhenyouenterAustralia?

A.TraditionalmedicinesB.PetdogsandcatsC.StampalbumsD.Storybooks

22.Whatcanweknowfromthepassage?

A.TravelersshoulddeclaretheircashwhenenteringtheUKfromGermany

B.BoththeUSAandtheUKhavelawsagainstobsceneandpiratedmaterials

C.Youcanbringmorethan£10,000withoutdeclaringwhenyouentertheUKfromChina

D.TakingtraditionalmedicinestoAustraliamaydestroythelocalenvironment

23.Whereisthearticleaboveprobablytakenfrom?

A.AtravelbrochureB.AfashionmagazineC.AnexhibitionguideD.Asciencereport

OnOctober19,1959,thefirstSpecialEnglishprogramwasbroadcastontheVoiceofAmerica.Itwasanexperiment.ThegoalwastocommunicatebyradioinclearandsimpleEnglishwithpeoplewhosenativelanguageisnotEnglish.Expertssaidthegoalwasadmirable,butthemethodwouldnotwork.Theywereprovedwrong.TheSpecialEnglishprogramsquicklybecamesomeofthemostpopularonVOA.Andtheystillare.

Fortyyearslater,SpecialEnglishcontinuestocommunicatewithpeoplewhoarenotfluentinEnglish.Butduringtheyearsitsrolehasexpanded.ItalsohelpspeoplelearnAmericanEnglish.Anditprovideslisteners,eventhosewhoarenativeEnglishspeakers,withinformationtheycannotfindelsewhere.

Today,SpecialEnglishbroadcastsaroundtheworldsevendaysaweek,fivetimesaday.Eachhalf-hourbroadcastbeginswithtenminutesofthelatestnewsfollowedby20minutesoffeatureprogramming.Thereisadifferentshortfeatureeveryweekdayaboutscience,development,agricultureandenvironment,andontheweekend,aboutnewseventsandAmericanidioms.

ThreeelementsmakeSpecialEnglishunique.Ithasalimitedvocabularyof1500words.Mostaresimplewordsthatdescribeobjects,actionsoremotions.Somearemoredifficult.Theyareusedforreportingworldeventsanddescribingdiscoveriesinmedicineandscience.SpecialEnglishiswritteninshort,simplesentencesthatcontainonlyoneidea.Noidiomsareused.AndSpecialEnglishisspokenataslowerpace,abouttwo-thirdsthespeedofStandardEnglish.ThishelpspeoplelearningEnglishheareachwordclearly.ItalsohelpspeoplewhoareEnglishspeakersunderstandcomplexsubjects.

Throughtheyears,SpecialEnglishhasbecomeaverypopulartoolforteachingEnglish,eventhoughitwasnotdesignedasteachingprogram.ItsucceedsinhelpingpeoplelearnEnglishinanon-traditionalway.Individualsrecordtheprogramsandplaythemoverandovertopracticetheirlisteningskills.Incountriesaround

wellreceivedD.intendedforteachingEnglish

25.WhatkindofEnglishisspokenonSpecialEnglish?

A.BritishEnglishB.Notcertain

C.BothBritishandAmericanEnglishD.AmericanEnglish

26.WhichofthefollowingaretheelementsthatmakeSpecialEnglishunique?

a.limitedvocabularyb.shortsimplesentences

c.goodcommunicationmethodd.slowspeed

e.interestingfeatureprogramming

A.a,c,dB.a,b,dC.b,d,eD.a,b,c

27.Fromthelastparagraphwecaninferthat.

A.listeningtoSpecialEnglishcanbeastudent’shomework

B.listeningtoSpecialEnglishcanimprovethecontentoftheprogram

C.somestudentrecordtheSpecialEnglishmaterialforsale

D.learningEnglishfromVOAisatraditionalwayforEnglishlearner

Yelp,theSanFranciscoInternetcompanythatmakesreviewsofrestaurantsandotherbusinessesacrossalargepartofAmerica,isgettingintothefooddeliverybusiness.

Today,thecompanyhasannouncedthatithasagreedtoacquireEat24,afoodcompanythatdeliversfoodtohomesonbehalfofpartnerrestaurants.Yelpispaying$134millionforthecompany—$75millionincashandtherestinstock.Eat24workswith20,000restaurantsinmorethan1,500citiesallovertheU.S.

OnYelp'sreviewssite,youcanfindnewrestaurantstosuityourtastes,andnowthatthecompanyisacquiringEat24,theideaisthatitwillalsoletyoutakethenextstep:orderfoodtoyourdoor.

“Ifyou'relookingatarestaurant,youwanttobeabletobookthatrestaurant,”Yelpco-founderandCEOJeremysaidinaTuesdayinterview.“Ifwecanintegrate(融入)thatintotheYelpexperience,itmakesthesitemuchbetter.”

ThemoveisjustonewaythatsomeofInternet'smostrecognizablenamesarebranchingintoonlinefooddeliverytoimprovetheirexistingbusiness.LastAugust,paymentscompanySquareboughtCaviar,ahigh-endquickfooddeliveryservice.Andthatsamemonth,UbertestedafastfooddeliveryservicecalledUberFRESH,whichaimedtodelivermealsfromlocalrestaurantstocustomersinlessthan10minutes.

Ineachcase,fooddeliverycanprovideanaddedsourceofincome,anditcanalsohelpthesecompaniespushtheuseoftheirexistingservices.Themarketforfooddeliveryishardlysmall,andmobiletechnologiescanspeeduptheprocess,potentiallyexpandingthebusinessevenfurther.

28.HowdoesYelppayforthecompanyEat24?

A.Totallybycheque.B.Totallyincash.

C.Partlyinstock.D.Onlyincredit.

29.WhatcancustomersNOTdoonthenewYelp'swebsite?

A.Findingtherestaurantstheylike.B.Bookingarestauranttheylike.

C.Orderingfoodtotheirdoor.D.Enjoyingmuchcheaperfood.

30.Whatdoestheunderlinedword“acquire”inParagraph2mean?

A.Bargain.B.Claim.C.Request.D.Purchase.

31.Fromthepassage,wecaninferthatmanycompanies________.

A.begintosetuptheirownfoodbranches

B.makelittlemoneyfromtheirexistingbusiness

C.begintoattachimportancetofooddeliverymaking

D.giveupthepresentbusinessandturntofoodmaking

Likeitorloveit,socialmediaisamajorpartoflife.Clickingonathumbs-uporahearticon(图标)isaneasywaytostayintouch.Whetheryou’reonFacebook,What’sApporTwitter,thewayofkeepingintouchisnolongerfacetoface,butinsteadscreentoscreen,highlightedbythefactthatmorethan1billionpeopleareusingFacebookeveryday.Socialmediahasbecomesecondnature—butwhatimpactisthishavingonus?

LaurenShermanandherteam,whostudythebrainatTempleUniversityinPhiladelphia,mixed20teens’photoswith10otherpicturesfrompublicInstagramaccounts.Thentheyrandomlygavehalfoftheimagesmanylikes(between23and45;mosthadmorethan30).Theygavetheotherhalfnomorethan22likes(mosthadfewerthan15).

Theresearcherswantedtofindouthowtheparticipants’brainswererespondingtothedifferentimages.Whiletheteenswereinamachine,researchersaskedthemtoeitherlikeanimageorskiptothenextone.Teensweremuchmorelikelytolikeimagesthatseemedpopular—thosethathadmorethan23likes,Sherman’steamfound.Thekidstendedtoskippictureswithfewlikes.

Aspartoftheexperiment,participantswerealsoshownarangeof“neutral”photosshowingthingslikefoodandfriends,and“risky”photosconcerningcigarettesandalcohol.Whenlookingatphotosshowingriskybehaviors,suchassmokingordrinking—nomatterhowmanylikestheyhad—thebrainregionlinkedtocognitive(认知的)controltendedtobecomelessactive.Thesekindsofpicturescanlowertheviewer’sself-control.Thatmeanswhatyoulikeonlinehasthepowertoinfluencenotjustwhatotherslike,butevenwhattheydo.Viewingpictureslikethesecouldmaketeensletdowntheirguardwhenitcomestoexperimentingwithdrugsandalcohol,Shermanworries.

32.Whatdoesthetextfocuson?

A.Theinfluenceofsocialmedia.B.Theself-controlofteens.

C.Thebehaviorsofteens.D.Thepopularityofsocialmedia.

33.Whichofthefollowingmightbeincludedintheexperiment?

A.Seventeenimagesaregiven20likes.B.Fifteenimagesaregiven25likes.

C.Fifteenimagesaregiven42likes.D.Eightimagesaregiven40likes.

34.What’sSherman’sconcernaboutonlinephotos?

A.Morelikesmaybegiven.B.Misbehaviorsmaybeencouraged.

C.Moreriskypicturesmaybeposted.D.Cognitivecontrolmaybecomelessactive.

35.Whatistheauthor’spurposeinwritingthetext?

A.Tocondemnimmoralsocialbehaviors.B.Topromotemodernsocialmedia.

C.Tointroduceanewresearch.D.Toexplainthebrainsystem.

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。

Weallcareaboutwhatothersthinkofusandwanttobeliked.36However,therearealsomanysmaller,simplerthingsyoucando,whichcanaffecthowothersviewyou.

●Proveyouarepayingattention.

Toreallyshowsomeoneyourinterestinhimorher,trybringingupatopicthepersonmentionedearlier.Didyourco-workertalkaboutworkingwithhissononasciencefairprojectlastweek?Followupandaskhowitwent.

37Infact,sometimesitsaysmorethatyoucanrecallandshowinterestineventhesmallhappeninginanotherperson’slife.

●Handlecriticisminawiseway.

Whileyouwanttobegenerouswithyourpraise,becarefulwithyourcriticism.Forexample,ifsomeonemakesanerror,don’tcallthatpersonoutinfrontofagroup.38Anyhow,bealwaysgentlewithcriticismandonlyofferitwhenit’strulyneeded.

●Askforadvice.

Askingsomeoneforadviceisagreatwaytogetpeopletolikeyou.Itshowsthatyourespecttheotherindividual’sopinion.39Whenyoumakesomeonefeelbetterabouthimselforherself,thatpersonwillmostcertainlyenduplikingyouforit.

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