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福建省龙岩市武平一中、长汀一中、漳平一中等六校2017-2018学年高二英语下学期期中试题

(考试时间:120分钟总分150)

第I卷

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。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.Wheredoestheconversationprobablytakeplace?

A.Inaclassroom.B.Inarestaurant.C.InanInternetcafé.

2.Whatistheweatherlikenow?

A.Stormy. B.Cloudy.C.Sunny.

3.WhydidNOTthemanwatchthewholeTVprogram?

A.Hefellasleep.B.Hegothomelate.C.HehadtomeetMr.Disney.

4.Whatdoesthemansuggestdoingduringspringvacation?

A.Goingbackhome. B.Havingatrip.C.Lookingforajob.

5.Whattimeisitnow?

A.9:30a.m. B.10:00a.m. C.10:30a.m.

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。毎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。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。

听第6段材料,回答第6、7题。

6.Whopaidallthetravelexpenses?

A.Thewoman. B.Theman. C.Theman’scompany.

7.What’stheprobablerelationshipbetweenthespeakers?

A.Husbandandwife. B.Friends. C.Colleagues.

听第7段材料,回答第8、9题。

8.Whatdidthemanmakethereservationfor?

A.Aconcert. B.Aroom. C.Adinner.

9.Whereprobablywillthewomangoforhertrip?

A.Europe. B.SouthAmerica. C.Asia.

听第8段材料,回答第10至12题。

10.Whatwerethetwomainactivitiesintheregion?

A.Transportationandsteel.

B.Steelandpaperprocessing.

C.Transportationandpaperprocessing.

11.Whatdoesthewomansayaboutthetwoactivities?

A.Gettingmoresignificant.

B.Becominglessimportant.

C.Completelylosingtheirvalue.

12.Whatisthereasonfortheunemployment?

A.Theremotenessoftheregion.

B.Thelowlocaleducation.

C.Thelackofworktraining.

听第9段材料,回答第13至16题。

13.Howdidthemanfeelabouttheweddingshops’questions?

A.Comfortable. B.Funny. C.Embarrassed.

14.Wheredidthemanhavehiswedding?

A.InBritain.B.InChina.C.InNewZealand.

15.Howmuchmoneydidthemanspendonhiswedding?

A.About15,000pounds. B.About25,000pounds. C.About35,000pounds.

16.Whatdoesthemansayabouthiswedding?

A.Romantic.B.Fashionable.C.Traditional.

听第10段材料,回答第17至20题。

17.WhendidthemoviebegintoshowacrosstheUS?

A.OnNov.4th,2016. B.OnNov.14th,2016. C.OnDec.4th,2016.

18.WhichpartofthebodydidDoctorStrangegetinjured?

A.Hishead. B.Hishands.C.Hisback.

19.WhatdoweknowaboutDoctorStrange?

A.Heprotectspeoplefromaliens.

B.Hefoundthecureinthewest.

C.Heusedtobeacollegeprofessor.

20.WhydidthemoviesponsorschooseBenedictasthehero?

A.Heisfamiliarwiththestory.

B.Heisfamousamongyoungpeople.

C.ActorRobertDowneyJr.recommendedhim.

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。

OliverandtheSeawigs

byPhilipReeve

Publishedby?OUPPress

ISBN:978-0-192-73455-6

Olivergrewupinafamilyofexplorers—buthisbiggestadventureisabouttobegin!Alongwithhisnewfriends,Olivergoesofftolookforhismissingparents.

Ireallylikethisbookbecauseit’snotoneofthoseshortstoriesthatareovertooquickly,butalongishbookthattakestimetoread.Irecommendthisbookandgiveit5stars.

Ginny,age8

LadyLydia:ReadMeaStory

byAnneLavis

PublishedbyAHStockwell

ISBN:978-0-722-34327-2

LadyLydiaisoldandeccentric(古怪的),butsheisneverlonely.Shesharesherhomewithbatsandmiceandspiders,andalltheanimalsroundaboutareherfriendstoo.

MylovelydaughterAlicelikesallthepicturesoftheanimalsinthisbook,butshedoesn’tlikeitwhenthepageshavelotsofwritingonwithnopictures.Aliceratesthisbook2outof5.

Alice,age4

IAmaWoollyHat(EARLYREADER)

bySalmaKoraytem

PublishedbyOrionBooks

ISBN:978-1-444-00844-9

EarlyReadersaresteppingstonesfrompicturebookstoreadingbooks.AblueEarlyReaderisperfectforsharingandreadingtogether.

ThisbookmakesmysweetheartLuciefeellovelyinsideandthedrawingarenotasgoodbecausethecolorsarenotbrightlikeotherbooks.Lucieratesthisbook3outof5.

Lucie,age4

ARoyalFairytale

byInkRobin

PublishedbyEgmont

ISBN:978-1-405-26843-1

SeeKateandWill’sromancedevelopfromtheirstudyingdaysatEdinburghthroughtotheirhappyweddingatBuckinghamPalacewiththeroyalfamily,eventhequeen,intow.

MylittleangelAmylikesthebook.Thebestpartsaretheweddingandfireworksasshelikesfireworksandthecolorsonthepagearereallybright.Amyratesit4outof5.

Amy,age4

21.Whichbookmightananimalloverprefer?

A.ARoyalFairytale. B.OliverandtheSeawigs.

C.LadyLydia:ReadMeaStory. D.IAmaWoollyHat(EARLYREADER).

22.Wholikesbrightcolors?

A.GinnyandAlice.B.LucieandAmy. C.GinnyandAmy.D.AliceandLucie.

23.Whosebookshowsromanceandhappiness?

A.PhilipReeve.B.AnneLavis. C.SalmaKoraytem.D.InkRobin.

IwasworkingtheovernightshiftinaremotehospitalintheRockyMountains.Lateintheevening,ayoungAfricanteenagerwasbroughtintotheemergencydepartment.Helivedatsealevelandhadneverbeeninthemountains.Afterskiingallday,hefeltreallyill.Everyoneassumeditwasaltitudesickness.

Hewassweatingandhadabdominal(腹部的)pain.Hisheartrateincreased.Wesentoffhislabwork,andhisbloodsugarcamebackatalmost600—normalislessthan100.Hisplatelets(血小板),necessaryforstoppingbleeding,cameinat10,000;theyshouldhavebeenover150,000.Ididanultrasoundofhisabdomen,anditlookedlikehisbellywasfullofblood.Thiswasn'taltitudesickness.AndintheshorttimeI'dbeentryingtofigureoutwhatwaswrong,hewasgettingsicker.Thefriendshewastravelingwithwereterrified,andrightlyso.

Themysterywasfinallysolvedwithanold-fashionedmicroscope.Whenwelookedathisblood,wesawsomesickled(镰形的)redbloodcells.That'showwewereabletodiagnosesicklecelltrait.Ifyouhavesicklecelltrait—whichmeansyougotthesicklecellgenefromjustoneparentinsteadoftwo—youhavenosymptomsatlowaltitude,buthighaltitudecansometimescausetheredbloodcellstoturnintosickleshapesandtakeoxygenfromvitalorgans.Thisteenagerdidn'tknowhehadit,buttheeffectofthealtitudeonhisbloodcellswassoextremethatafterjustashorttimeinthemountains,hesufferedgreatpain.

Heneededplateletsimmediately,butwedidn'thaveenoughattheremotehospital.Andtherewasasnowstorm,sothemedicalhelicopterscouldn'tfly.Itwasascarynight.Justaswewereabandoningallhope,wemetanambulancethatdrovehalfwayupfromthecitywithbloodproductsandtransferredhimtothecityhospitalforemergencysurgery.Thestoryhasahappyending:Herecoveredfully.

24.WhatdoweknowabouttheAfricanteenager?

A.Heonlyskiedforashortwhile.

B.HelivedintheRockyMountains.

C.Hehadneverheardofaltitudesickness.

D.Hewasunawareofthedangerofhighaltitude.

25.Whatwastheteenager'sconditionwhenrushedtothehospital?

A.Hewasfeelingcold.B.Hewasbleedingcontinually.

C.Hisheartratewasgoingdown.D.Hisbloodcontainedlittlesugar.

26.Howdidthedoctordiagnosetheteenager'ssicklecelltrait?

A.Bydoinganultrasound.B.Byexamininghisparents.

C.Byusingatraditionalapproach.D.Bydoingachemicalexperiment.

27.Whichofthefollowingplayedapartinsavingtheteenageraccordingtothelastparagraph?

A.Luck. B.Money.C.Fame. D.Belief.

Whensuccesscomesquickly,asaresultofhardworkmeetingopportunity,onetendstoforgetthatit

bewealthyinordertobesuccessful.Itellthemnottogetonthe“wayofftrack”.Successdoesn’thavetobefinancial,itcouldberelationships,itcouldbefulfillingyourpassions,anditcouldbeyourhealthlevel.Iknowmanysuccessfulpeoplethatarenotwealthybutarerichintheircareerorspirit.Theworstthingpeoplecandoischasethe“money”byanykindofmeans.Successismadebyservingothers,andinturn,youwillgettherewardsoffinancialsuccess.

It’snoteasytravellingdowntheroadsofpatience,riskanduncertainty.Youmuststayflexiblebecausetheroadtosuccessisalwaysunderconstruction.Youmustconcentratebecausesomeoneorsomethingwillthrowaroadblockinthemiddleoftheroad.So,getreadyfordifficultyanddelays.Stopworryingaboutfailure.

Theroadtosuccessisnotastraightline,it’sovermountainsanddowninthevalleys.Withpersistenceandbelief,youwillmostcertainlygetthere.Trustyouwillhavepowerfulandnewbreakthroughsaslongasyougetridofthehurdleofself-doubtandnevergiveup.And,evenifallelsefail,remindyourselfthat:Icouldn’twaitforsuccess,soIwentaheadwithoutit.

28.Whensuccesscomesquicklyapersonprobably.

A.forgetsitisnoteasytobesuccessfulB.forgetssuccessfultrendcontinues

C.forgetssuccessmaynotbealwaystrueD.rememberssuccessmaycomesuddenly

29.Whatdoestheunderlinedphrase“hititbig”inParagraph2probablymean?

A.HaveabigdreamB.Achievegreatsuccess

C.SolveabigproblemD.Hitsomethingheavily

30.Accordingtotheauthormostpeoplehavethewrongopinionthat.

A.thericharesuccessfulB.thepoormaybesuccessful

C.tosucceedneedsmoneyD.successbelongstothelucky

31.Whichofthefollowingisthebesttitleofthispassage?

A.SuccessneedscourageB.Theroadtosuccess

C.WhatleadstosuccessD.Successisourdream

InapaperpublishedinthejourneyScienceAdvance,researchersdescribehowMatabeleants,aspeciesoflargeantknownforattackingtermitecolonies(白蚁群落),will,afterthebattle,pickupinjuredfellowsoldiersandcarrythembacktothenestwheretheycanrecover.

Thepaperisthelatestinagrowingbodyofresearchthatthisformofhelpingbehavior,previouslyobservedinsomemammalsandbirds,maynotrequirecomplexemotion,andmay,therefore,befarmorewidespreadinnaturethanpreviouslythought.

“Herewehaveanexampleofanindividualsavinganotherindividual,”saysleadresearcherErikFrankwhoconductedtheresearch.“Wecanbequitecertainthattheantsdon’tknowwhytheyaredoingwhattheyaredoing.”

It’sabehaviorthatpaysoffforthecolony.Ourclassicconceptionofworkerantsisthattheyareessentiallyabandoned,butMr.Frankandhiscolleaguescalculatedthatthepracticeofrescuingnestmatesresultsinacolonysizethatisa28.7percentlargerthanitwouldbehadtheantslefttheirfellowsoldiersfordead.

“Theseinjuredantsareabletorecoverfromtheirinjuries,”saysFrank.“Theyareessentialforthesafetyandthebettermentofthecolony.”

WhenaMatabeleantisinjured,asoftenhappensduringbattleswithtermites,itsbodywillgiveofftwosmellychemicalsthattellotherantstocarryitbacktothenest.Indeed,theresearchersfoundthatusingthesechemicalstoseekhelpfromuninjuredantswilleffectivelyactivatetherescuebehavior,supportingtheirtheorythattheantswereactingonpureinstinct(本能),notmorecomplexemotions.

“Themorewestudyrescuebehaviorinantsandotheranimals,themorewearegoingtorealizethatit’snotjustlimitedtothespecieswe’veobservedsofar,”saysKarenHollis,aprofessoratMountHolyokeCollege,mentioningstudiesthatfoundthatdolphinshelpotherinjureddolphinstothesurfaceforair,capuchinmonkeysdefendeachotherduringintergroupbattles,andratsfreeotherratsthataretrapped.

32.WhatdoesFranksayaboutMatabeleants’helpingbehavior?

A.Itprovestheycanfeelsympathy. B.Itexistsonlyinsomeindividuals.

C.Ithappensonlytermitecolonies.D.Itissomethingtheywerebornwith

Howwillthehelpingbehaviorbenefittheants?

A.Itwillexpandthesizeofthecolony.

B.Itwillhelpthemcatchmoretermites.

C.Itwillimprovetheirfightingabilities.

D.Itwillhelpthemescapeenemies’attacks.

HowcanMatabeleantsknowoneneedsrescuing?

A.Throughitsspecialnoise.B.Thoughthesmellofitsblood.

C.Throughitschemicalsignals.D.Thoughthesearchafterabattle

35.Whatisthemainpurposeofthetext?

A.Topromoteresearchonants.B.Todescribetermites’battles.

C.Tointroduceanewspecies.D.Toreportaresearchresult

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。

Areyoureadyforyourexam?

So,it’sexamtimeagain-haveyoudonethenecessaryworktogetgoodmarks?Sleepingwiththetextbookunderthepillowinthehopethatknowledgewillbemagicallyabsorbedintoyourbrainasyousleepdoesn’twork.Thebeststrategyistospaceyourpracticeout,ratherthancram(突击学习)italltogether.36!

Inanarticle,TomStafford,alecturerinpsychologyandcognitive(认知的)scienceattheAPF--UniversityofSheffield,advises,“Ifyouorganizefivehoursofstudyintoonehouraday,you’llremembermorethanifyoustudyforfivehoursaday.”

37—getpenandpaperandstartworking.Studentswhocantestthemselvesinadvancewillbebetteratgettingbackmaterialfromtheirmemoryandlearningthatmaterialinthelongrun.Youshouldstartbyreadingatextbookusingyourfavoritehighlighter(荧光笔).____38_.Insteadofjustreadingthose,youbasicallytrytotestyourselfonthem.

39,butifyouarestillanxious,there’snoharminperformingapersonalritual(仪式).InJapan,forexample,itseemstobeatraditionforstudentstoeatKatsudonbeforeatest.____40_.Thenameofthedishremindspeopleoftheword“katsu”,meaning“winning”.Thebottomlineisthatyouneedtostudy,sleepwellontheeveofthetest,eatanutritiousmeal,drinkplentyofwaterandbelievethatyoureffortswillpayoff.Goodluckinyourexam.

A.Don’trelyonmemoryalone

B.Thatmeanshitthebooksearly

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