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江苏省扬州中学 2011-2012 学年高二下学期四月月考

英语试卷

2012.4.6

第 I 卷 选择题(共 85 分) 第一部分:听力(共两节,满分 20 分)
做题时,先将答案划在试卷上。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 分,满分 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. Where is the woman going?

A. To the club.

B. To Chris’ house.

C. To the post office.

2. What color suit did the man wear yesterday?

A. Grey.

B. Brown.

C. Green.

3. Why did the man catch a cold according to the woman?

A. He had a cold bath. B. He slept in a cold room. C. He wore fewer clothes.

4. Where does the conversation probably take place?

A. In a prison.

B. In a hotel.

C. In a hospital.

5. What does the woman advise the man to do?

A. Call the hotel.

B. Go to the airport.

C. Take care of his ticket.

第二节(共 15 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 15 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,各个小题将给出 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. What is the man doing?

A. Watching TV.

B. Surfing the Internet.

C. Listening to the radio.

7. What will the weather probably be like in Chicago next Saturday?

A. Rainy.

B. Cloudy.

C. Sunny.

听第 7 段材料,回答第 8 至 10 题。

8. What are the speakers mainly talking about?

A. A museum.

B. Old buildings.

C. The traveling route.

9. What does the man want to see?

A. The constructions of the city. B. An ancient king’s palace. C. Some historical sites.

10. What probably is the woman?

A. A tour guide.

B. A history teacher.

C. A museum worker.

听第 8 段材料,回答第 11 至 13 题。

11. What does the woman think of the painting Les Demoise de Avignon?

A. Modern.

B. Strange.

C. Beautiful.

12. What do we know about Picasso?

A. He had many girlfriends. B. He died at the age of 91. C. He only married once.

13. What is the relationship between Picasso and Jacqueline?

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A. Father and daughter.

B. Son and mother.

C. Husband and wife.

听第 9 段材料,回答第 14 至 16 题。

14. What does the man say about the new iPhone?

A. It is expensive.

B. It is multifunctional.

C. It will come out in July.

15. How big is the first generation iPod?

A. It is about the size of a pack of gum.

B. It is about the size of a piece of gum.

C. It is about half the size of a pack of gum.

16. How much does the second generation iPod cost?

A. About $50.

B. About $100.

C. About $150.

听第 10 段材料,回答第 17 至 20 题。

17. When did Laura meet Tyler?

A. At work.

B. At university.

C. At high school.

18. How did Laura feel about Tyler’s invitation?

A. Regretful.

B. Nervous.

C. Pleased.

19. What do we know about Laura and Tyler’s first date?

A. Laura was late.

B. Tyler paid for the dinner.

C. The weather spoiled their date.

20. How old was Laura when she got married?

A. 22.

B. 24.

C. 27.

第二部分:英语知识运用(共两节,满分 35 分)

第一节:单项填空(共 15 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 15 分)

从 A、B、C、D 四个选项中,选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。

21. I apologized ____ Alice ___ getting ____ her way.

A. at; to; on

B. to; for; in

C. to; for; on

D. with; on; at

22. I'll go to the teachers’ office as soon as I finish what I _____.

A. was doing

B. am doing C. have done

D. had been doing

23. Yifu library was named ____ a businessman devoted to China’s education.

A. in honour of

B. instead of

C. in favour of

D. by means of

24. The competence _____an idea is as important as the idea itself.

A. expressing B. to express

C. expressed

D. to be expressed

25. Only after they had discussed the matter for a few hours _______a decision

A.they reached

B.did they reach

C.they reach

D.do they reach

26. -What’s the time?

-Oh, I forgot to have my watch ________.

A. wind

B. wound

C. winded

D. winding

27. I sent for a technician ___ John isn’t familiar _____ the computer software they use?

A. in case, with

B. in case, to

C. as if, for

D. so that, in

28. He claimed _____ in the supermarket when he was doing shopping yesterday.

A to be treated,badly

B. to have treated badly

C. to treat badly

D to have been badly treated

29. In his letter, he said you could __ either personally or in e-mail __ the post in the company.

A. apply; for

B. apply; to

C. relate; to

D. collect; for

30. I think my friend Tony is _______to win the tennis game next Monday.

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A. likely

B. possible

C. probable

D. maybe

31. The company’s headquarters are ______Shenzhen, a special economical development zone.

A. based of

B. based on

C. based in

D. based off

32. These examples, once ___ to his article, will make it sound more reasonable and acceptable.

A. add

B. to add

C. adding

D. added

33. With so much _____ equipment, wood and paper in one place, there is a danger of fire.

A. electric

B. electronic

C. electrical

D. electricity

34. With the development of society, the consumers _____ not only quantity, but also quality.

A. enquire

B. demand

C. insist

D. request

35. It is believed that the construction of a highway will ____ growth of the suburbs.

A. increase to

B. contribute to C. keep to

D. take to

第二节:完形填空(共 20 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 20 分) 阅读下面短文,选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项并在答题卡上将其涂黑。

I used to hate being called upon in class mainly because I didn’t like attention drawn to myself. And 36 otherwise assigned(指定)a seat by the teacher, I always 37 to sit at the

back of the classroom.

All this 38 after I joined a sports team. It began when a teacher suggested I try out

for the basketball team. At first I thought it was a crazy 39 because I didn’t have a good

sense of balance, nor did I have the 40 to keep pace with the others on the team and they

would tease me. But for the teacher who kept insisting on my “ 41 for it”, I wouldn’t have

decided to give a try.

Getting up the courage to go to the tryouts was only the 42 of it! When I first started

43 the practice sessions, I didn’t even know the rules of the game, much 44 what I was

doing. Sometimes I’d get 45 and take a shot at the wrong direction—which made me

feel really stupid. 46 , I wasn’t the only one “new” at the game, so I decided to 47

on learning the game, do my best at each practice session, and not be too hard on myself for the

things I didn’t 48 “just yet”.

I practiced and practiced. Soon I knew the 49 and the “moves”. Being part of a team

was fun and motivating. Very soon the competitive 50 in me was winning over my lack of

confidence. With time, I learned how to play and made friends in the 51 —friends who

respected my efforts to work hard and be a team player. I never had so much fun!

With my 52 self-confidence comes more praise from teachers and classmates. I

have gone from “53” in the back of the classroom and not wanting to call attention to

myself, 54 raising my hand— even when I sometimes wasn’t and not 100 percent 55

I had the right answer. Now I have more self-confidence in myself.

36. A. as

B. unless

C. until

D. though

37. A. chose

B. agreed

C. meant

D. hoped

38. A. continued

B. settled

C. changed

D. started

39. A. saying

B. plan

C.belief

D. idea

40. A. right

B. ability

C. chance

D.patience

41. A. looking

B. going

C. cheering

D. applying

42. A. point

B. rest

C. half

D. basis

43. A. attending

B. preparing

C. enjoying

D. watching

44. A. worse

B. later

C. less

D. further

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45. A. committed 46. A. Interestingly 47. A. try 48. A. want 49. A. steps 50. A. part 51. A. movement 52. A. improved 53. A. dreaming 54. A. to 55. A. lucky

B. motivated B. Obviously B. act B. do B. rules B. roles B. operation B. expressed B. playing B. for B. happy

C. embarrassed C. Fortunately C. rely C. know C. orders C. mind C. process C. preserved C. hiding C. with C. satisfied

D. confused D. hopefully D. focus D. support D. games D. value D. situation D. recognized D. relaxing D. by D. sure

第三部分:阅读理解(共 15 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 30 分) 第一节:阅读下列短文,从每题所给的 A、B、C、D 四个选项中,选出最佳选项,并在
答题卡上将该项涂黑。

A An old woman had two large pots (罐), one on each end of a pole (扁担). She carried the pole

with the pots across her neck. One of the pots had a crack (裂缝) in it while the other pot was perfect and always delivered
(递送) a full pot of water. At the end of the long walk from the well to the house, the cracked pot

arrived only half-full.

For two years this happened daily, with the woman bringing home only one and a half pots of

water. Of course, the perfect pot was proud. But the poor cracked

pot was ashamed of its own imperfection.

One day, the cracked pot spoke to the woman by the well: “I am

ashamed of myself because this crack in my side causes water to leak

out all the way back to your house.”

The old woman smiled: “Did you notice that there are flowers on

your side of the path, but not on the other pot’s side? That’s because I have always known about

your crack, so I planted flower seeds on your side of the path. And every day while we walk back,

you water them.” “For two years I have been able to pick these beautiful flowers to decorate (装饰) the table.

Without you being just the way you are, I would not have this beauty.”

Each of us has our own cracks. But it’s these cracks that make our lives together so interesting

and meaningful.

56. How did the cracked pot feel about itself at first?

A. Proud.

B. Happy.

C. Excited.

D. Ashamed.

57. Where were the flowers growing?

A. On both sides of the path.

B. In the woman’s house.

C. On the perfect pot’s side.

D. On the cracked pot’s side.

58. Which is the correct order of the following events? ① The woman picked the flowers and decorated the table.

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② The woman told the truth to the cracked pot.

③ The cracked pot talked to the woman about its crack.

④ The woman found a crack on one pot.

⑤ The woman planted some flower seeds.

A. ④⑤①③②

B. ⑤④③②①

C. ④③①②⑤

D. ④⑤③①②

59. What does the passage mainly want to tell us?

A. Never laugh at old women.

B. Try your best to be perfect in life.

C. Imperfection makes life meaningful.

D. Don’t use a cracked pot to carry water.

B

Read the following advertisements and answer the questions.

Japanese Restaurant

Special Place

( free parking)

$5 for each person

Open time Lunch 12:00—2:00pm Dinner 6:00—10:00pm

Monday to Saturday a beautiful gift for the

first comer.

Lunch

Dinner

Tuesday—Friday 7 nights

12:00—2:00am 5:30—11:30pm

Let’s go!

McDonald’s
$6
Monday to Sunday 10:00am—9:30pm 70% off for students NO.18 Center Street
London

SEA FAST FOOD CLUB
Breakfast by the sea Saturday & Sunday 6:00—9:00
·Milk ·Egg ·Bread

60. According to the four advertisements, you can go to ___________ for breakfast on Saturday.

A. Japanese Restaurant

B. Special Place

C. McDonald’s

D. SEA FAST FOOD CLUB

61. Students can pay ___________ for a hamburger at McDonald’s.

A. $ 4.2

B. $ 6

C. $ 3.6

D. $ 1.8

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62. If you go to lunch by car, you’d better go to Japanese Restaurant because ___________. A. it offers free parking for people B. it’s far from your house C. you can find it easily by car D. parking isn’t allowed at other restaurants

C

Baths and bathing have long been considered of medical importance to man. In Greece there are

the ruins of a water system for baths built over 3,000 years ago. The Romans had warm public

baths. In some baths, as many 3,000 persons could bathe at the same time.

Treating disease by taking bathing has been popular for centuries. Modern medical bathing

first became popular in Europe and by the late 1700’s has also become popular in the United

States.

For many years frequent(经常的) bathing was believed to be bad for one’s health. Ordinary

bathing just to keep clean was avoided, and perfume was often used to cover up body smells!

By the 1700’s doctors began to say that soap and water were good for health. They believed

that it was good for people to be clean. Slowly, people began to bathe more frequently. During

the Victorian Age of the late 19th century, taking a bath on Saturday night became common.

In the United States ordinary bathing was slow to become popular. During the 18th and early

19th centuries, many Americans were know as “The Great Unwashed!” In one American city , for

example, a person was only allowed to take a bathe every thirty days! That was a law!

Frequency of bathing today is partly a matter of habit. People know that bathing for

cleanliness is important to health, Doctors know that dirty bodies increase the chance of diseases.

As a result, in the United States, people generally bathe often. Some people bath once a day at

least. They consider a daily bath essential (=necessary) to good health.

63. A water system for baths was built by _________ over 3,000 years ago.

A. the Romans B. the Greeks C. the Americans D. the Europeans

64. In the 18th century doctors believed that being clean was __________.

A. unimportant B. good for health C. harmful D. important

65. The underlined word perfume probably means _____________.

A. a sweet smelling substance

B. good health

C. a strange smelling substance

D. large wealth

66. Which of the following gives the main idea of the passage?

A. Everybody in America takes a daily bath.

B. A bath a day keeps the doctor away.

C. Taking baths has become popular in the world.

D. Bathing has become easier and cheaper.

D

In today’s throw-away society, dealing with the city’s growing mountain of waste is an increasing

challenge for the city council(市议会).

Recently, Edinburgh is faced with the problem of disposing of(处理)about 250,000 million

tons of waste a year. Despite different ways to dispose of much of it in a green manner — largely

through encouraging recycling — its aging facilities such as the Powderhall landfill do not have

the ability to deal with it.

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The European Union (EU) has issued a new policy, regulating how such mountains of waste

are to be disposed of. The five councils ( Edinburgh, East Lothian, West Lothian, Midlothian and

Borders ) face fines around £18 million a year from 2013 if they don’t increase recycling levels

and rely less on landfill. With this in mind, the councils got together with the idea of building a

large incinerator plant(垃圾焚烧厂)to burn half of the waste produced in their districts. But this

plan fell apart after the change of target levels by a new UK government waste policy which

required that no more than 25% of the city’s waste should be disposed of in this way by 2025.

After the plan was abandoned, a private company which already transported millions of tons

of the city’s waste by train to a landfill site near Dunbar, offered an alternative solution when it

suggested opening a huge waste site near Portobello.

Since Powderhall is supposed to close in 2015, it seemed necessary for the members of the

Edinburgh Council to accept the suggestion. But soon they turned it down — after 700 local

objections reached them — because it would have meant hundreds of lorries a day making loud

noise through heavily populated areas.

That still leaves the council with a problem. By 2013, only 50% of 1995 levels of waste will be

allowed to be sent to landfill. Even if recycling targets are met, there will still be a large amount of

rubbish to be burnt up. Due to this, Edinburgh and Midlothian councils have now decided to work

together to build an incinerator plant as time to find a solution is fast running out.

67. The main way of handling waste in a green manner in Edinburgh is ________.

A. recycling

B. restoring

C. burying

D. burning

68. The five councils worked out a plan to build an incinerator plant to ________.

A. reduce the cost of burying waste

B. meet the EU requirements

C. speed up waste recycling

D. replace landfill sites

69. The city council of Edinburgh rejected the suggestion to open a huge landfill site near

Portobello because ________.

A. it came from a private company

B. the council was not interested in it

C. it was not supported by EU

D. the local people were against it

70. What is the final decision of Edinburgh and Midlothian Councils?

A. To open a new landfill nearby.

B. To close the Powderhall landfill in 2015.

C. To set up a plan for burning waste.

D. To persuade people to deduce their waste.

第二节:请认真阅读下列短文,并根据所读内容在文章后表格中的空格里填入最恰当的单词。

注意:每空 1 个单词。(每空 1 分,共 10 分)

When it comes to the world of computers, green computing is becoming one of the most

popular trends. But, what is exactly is green computing?

The term “green computing” is one that is being used in many different markets and areas

all over the world in today’s global technology. Yet, many computer users out there aren’t sure

what it means. Green computing is actually pretty easy to explain and to do—it is basically

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learning to use computer resources more efficiently(有效地) to help the environment as well as

making energy savings. The main goal of a green computing program is to reduce the use of

energy and materials that harm the environment. Green computing helps to promote the use of

biodegradable(生物所能分解的) products and recycle computer parts whenever possible.

Green computing started as early as 1992, when the EPA created Energy Star, which is a

voluntary labeling program that promotes energy efficient computing equipment and

technologies.

It was because of this program that many computer manufacturers launched sleep mode

and millions of computer users around the world began to adopt this policy to help save energy

when they were not using their computers. The term “green computing” began to be used

around the same time as well, and began to become a goal that more companies strive to meet

over the years. There are several government agencies that have continued to help strive for

better standards for computers and companies to help promote green promoting. Energy Star

was actually revised in October of 2006 to make the requirements stricter for computers,and

also implemented a ranking system for products. Because of these new requirements, there are

over 20 states that have now established a special recycling program for old computers and

electronics to help with green computing.

Many of today”s IT systems are beginning to rely on both people and hardware to help push

their computer systems toward a more green computing system to help both the company and

others. This is a hard balance to achieve, as it has to satisfy users, management, and regulatory

compliance(顺从). Even the disposal of computer waste is all managed so that everyone in the

circle is happy with the outcome. Many companies are learning the best ways that they call go

greener when it comes to their computing and also help their business in the process. While

many home computer users may not be quite as familiar with green computing as large firms,

this term is starting to become more mainstream all around the world and the requirements for

new, better computers to help both the companies and the end users of the equipment, as well

as our environment, are becoming more and more urgent.

Green computing

(1)_________

Learning to make (2)_________ use of computer resources so as to save energy and protect the environment.

Main goal

To reduce the use of energy and materials that do (3)_________ to the environment.

●In 1992 the EPA created Energy Star program, (5)_________ energy

efficient computing equipment and technologies.

●Then many computer manufacturers launched sleep mode and

(4)_________

many computer users (6)_________ the policy to save energy.
●In 2006 Energy Star made the computer requirements(7) _________ and implemented a ranking system for products.

●At (8)_________, over 20 states have established a special recycling program for old computers and electronics.

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Present situation

●Green computing requires the (9)_________ of users, management, and regulatory compliance. ●Green computing is becoming more mainstream (10)_________.
●New, beret computers will help both companies and users, and protect the environment.

第Ⅱ卷(共 35 分)

第一节:完成句子(根据中文提示完成句子,每空一词,每句 1 分,共 5 分)

81. 每当我们遇到生单词时,我们会查字典。

Whenever we run into new words, we may __________ __________ the dictionary.

82. 她很认真得付出了努力,被证明是很有价值的。

She was serious in her efforts, which __________ ____________.

83. 在这样的情况下,他开始怀疑自己的判断。

________ _________ ___________, he began to be sceptical of his own judgement.

84. 只有少数专家赞同这些问题不会持续太久的观点。

Only the minority of the experts ______ ______ the view that the problems wouldn’t last long.

85. 他对那天晚上事情的描述和两名目击者的描述不相符。

His description of what happened last night doesn’t ______ ______ that of the two witnesses.

第二节:书面表达(满分 20 分)

目前,许多学校存在部分学生抄袭作业现象。现在就这个话题谈谈自己的看法。

主要原因:作业量大、偏难;对功课不感兴趣、懒惰;完成任务,取悦老师。

个人看法:抄袭不对,违反校规;要诚实,勤奋学习;有困难可以请教老师和同学。

注意:1. 短文必须包括所有内容要点,可适当发挥。 2. 短文标题与开头已写好,不计入

总词数。

3. 词数:150 左右。

My opinion on copying others’ homework

As is known to us all, some students copy others’ homework.

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参考答案

听力 01-05 BBCCA 06-10 BCCAA

11-15 BACBA

16-20 BACCB

单选 21-25 BBABB 26-30 BADAA 31-35 CDCBB

完型 36-40 BACDB 41-45 BCACD 46-50 CDCBA 51-55 CACAD

阅读 56-59 DDAC 60-62 DDA 63-66 BBAC 67-70 ABDC

任务型阅读

1. Definition 2. better 3. harm/damage 4. Development/History

5. omoting 6.dopted 7.stricter 8.present 9.Satisfaction 10.globally/worldwide

完成句子:1. refer/turn to 2. proved valuable 3. In/Under such circumstances 或 in

this case 4. subscribed to 或 agreed to 或 approved of 5. correspond to/with

书面表达

My opinion on copying others’ homework

As is known to us all, some students copy others’ homework.

As students, we have to do plenty of homework both at school and at home, but sometimes we

have too much homework which is too difficult for us. On the other hand, some students are lazy,

and are not interested in their lessons, nor do they work hard. So in order to finish the homework

and please their teachers, some students copy others’ homework.

In my opinion, it is wrong to copy others’ homework because it breaks the rules of the school. We

should be honest and try to finish our homework by ourselves instead of by copying. If you have

trouble doing your homework, you can ask your classmates or teachers for help.

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