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高中二年级英语下册期末考试题目(含答案)

   日期:2021-01-09     来源:www.dazhixue.com    作者:智学网    浏览:631    评论:0    
核心提示:本试题分第一卷(选择题)和第二卷(非选择题)两部分。第一卷1至5页。第二卷第6页。第I卷 (共105分)第一部分 听力(共两节,

本试题分第一卷(选择题)和第二卷(非选择题)两部分。第一卷1至5页。第二卷第6页。第I卷 (共105分)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。每段对话后有有一个小题,从题中所给的A、B、C、三个选项中选出选项,并标在试题的相应地方。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。例:How much is the shirt?A. £19.15. B. £ 9.15 C. £ 9.18答案是B。1. What will Dorothy do on the weekend?A. Go out with her friend. B. Work on her paper.C. Make some plans.2. What was the normal price of the T-shirt?A. $15 B. $30 C. $503. What has the woman decided to do on Sunday afternoon?A. To attend a wedding. B. To visit an exhibition.C. To meet a friend.4. When does the bank close on Saturday?A. At 1:00 pm. B. At 3:00pm. C. At 4:00pm.5. Where are the speakers?A. In a store. B. In a classroom C. At a hotel.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三个选项中选出选项,并标在试题的相应地方。听每段对话或独白前,你或有时间阅读各个小题,每小题5秒钟;听完后,各小题给出5秒钟的作答时间。每段对话或独白读两遍。听下面一段对话,回答第6和7两个小题。6. What do we know about Nora?A. She prefers a room of her own.B. She likes to work with other girls.C. She lives near the city center.7. What is good about the flat?A. It has a large sitting room.B. It has good furniture.C. It has a big kitchen.听下面一段对话,回答第8和第9两个小题。8. Where has Barbara been?A. Milan. B. Florence. C. Rome.9. What has Barbara got in her suitcase?A. Shoes. B. Stones. C. Books.听下面一段对话,回答第10至第12三个小题。10. Who is walking the telephone call?A. Thomas Brothers. B. Mike Landon. C. Jack Cooper.11. What relation is the woman to Mr. Cooper?A. His wife. B. His boss. C. His secretary.12. What is the message about?A. A meeting. B. A visit to France. C. The date for a trip.听下面一段对话,回答第13至第16四个小题。13. What could the man speaker most probably be?A. A person who saw the accident.B. The driver of the lorry.C. A police officer.14. What was Mrs. Franks doing when the accident took place?A. Walking along Churchill AvenueB. Getting ready to cross the road.C. Starting outside a bank.15. When did the accident happen?A. At about 8:00 am.B. At about 9:00 am.C, At about 10:00 am.16. How did the accident happen?A. A lorry hit a car.B. A car ran into a lorry.C. A bank clerk rushed into the street.听下面一段对话,回答第17至第20四个小题。17. What is the talk mainly about?A. The history of the school.B. The courses for the term.C. The plan for the day.18. Where can the visitors learn about the subjects for new student?A. In the school hall.B. In the science labs.C. In the classrooms.19.What can students do in the practical areas?A. Take science courses.B. Enjoy excellent meals.C. Attend workshops.20. When are the visitors expected to ask questions?A. During the lunch hour.B. After the welcome speech.C. Before the tour of the labs.第二部分 英语常识运用(共两节,满分35分)第一节 语法和词语常识(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选项,并在答卷卡上将该项涂黑。21.At _______ very beginning of the experiment, we met with _______ series of difficulties.A. /; a B. / ; / C. the ;a D. the; /22. Would it be _______ for you to pick me up at four o' clock and take me to the airport?A. arbitrary B. vacant C. compulsory D. convenient23. We _______ on this project for four hours. Let’s have a rest.A. are working B. have been working C. worked D. had worked24.___ he will come or not is_____ worries us.A. Whether, why B. Whether, what C. If, that D. If, which25. ---Is John coming by train?--- He should, but he _______ not. He likes driving his car.A. must B. can C. need D. may26.They were surprised that a four-year-old boy should work out such a difficult problem ____ they themselves couldn’t.A. once B. which C. while D. where27. Do you think everything _______was true?A. what he said B.he said C. which he said D. as he said28. .It is on the festival occasions _________the family get together _______he misses his late father.A. where ; that B. which ;when C. when; that D. that; when29. The sentence was so difficult to understand. I spent nearly 10 minutes to ___________.A. make it out B. make it up C. make it off D. make it over30. ---- I'm sorry. I_____ at you the other day.-----Forget it. I was a bit out of control myself.A shouldn't shout B. shouldn't have shouted C. mustn't shout D. mustn't have shouted31. at my classmates' faces, I read the same excitement in their eyes.A. Looking B. Look C. To look D. Looked32. I don’t believe in you any longer. This is not the first time that you ________ me down.A. had let B. let C. should let D. have let33. Accustomed to _______ the steep mountains, she had no difficulty reaching TOP.A. climbing B. climb C. having climbed D. have climbed34. Robert went to school by bicycle _________ the heavy rain. As a result, he got a bad cold.A. in case of B. apart from C. except for D. in spite of35. ----- Do you want to go to the movies?----- ____________ . Lately I’ve found new movies to be rather boring.A. Not really. B. Of course. C. Never mind. D. Why not ?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,从短文后各题所给的四个选项(A、B、C和D),选出可以填入空白处的选项,并在答卷卡上将该项涂黑。A couple of years ago, a minister in an American church got fed up with listening to the people in his church complaining. They were complaining about little 36 : the service was too long, the service was too short; they didn’t like the choice of 37 they had to sing in church. He felt all this complaining was 38 everyone feel negative. So, he 39 to do something about it.He gave the people in his church a 40 : try to sTOP complaining for 21 41 .And not just about the church, about everything! He 42 gave each person in the church a purple bracelet to wear on their wrists. The bracelet was to 43 them not to complain. 44 , after three weeks of not complaining, people said they felt happier. They 45 that the less they complained, the happier their lives became.Complaining seems to be part of our human nature. Life, 46 , is full of difficulties. It is 47 to feel disappointed, irritated and unhappy at times. The real problem, 48 , comes when we take those negative inner feelings and 49 them out loud. Somehow, it makes everything 50 . The more we complain, the worse we feel; the worse we feel, the more we complain. And it 51 everyone around us, too. It can become a virus of negativity.Doctors say that complaining is also 52 for your health. They say that people who aren’t complainers are healthier, happier, have more friends and are more successful than people who complain all the time. So, 53 something ticks you off, like a rainy day or a bad meal, try 54 your tongue instead of complaining. It will be your contribution to 55 a world without complaints.36. A.advantages B.places C.things D. opinions37. A.songs B.activities C.words D.speeches38. A.causing B.making C.forcing D.getting39. A.expected B.suggested C.wished D.decided40. A.challenge B.gift C.suggestion D.explanation41. A.hours B.days C.weeks D.months42. A.even B.only C.ever D.also43. A.hope B.warn C.remind D.persuade44. A.Surprisingly B.Fortunately C.Finally D.Clearly45. A.described B.imagined C.discovered D.understood46. A.above all B.after all C.as a result D.first of all47. A.important B.strange C.possible D.natural48. A.besides B.instead C.however D.otherwise49. A.express B.perform C. give D.hand50. A.better B.worse C.satisfying D.puzzling51. A.benefits B.improves C.attracts D.affects52. A.bad B.good C.necessary D.fantastic53. A.although B.now that C.even if D.next time54. A.taking B.holding C.opening D.using55. A.changing B.damaging C.building D.declaring第三部分 阅读理解(共20小题;每小题2分,满分40分)阅读下列短文,从每小题所给的四个选项(A、B、C、D)中选出选项,并在答卷卡上将该项涂黑。AMy idea of perfect childhood memory is one in which the person remembers the event clearly as if it happened yesterday and remembers it as being a happy time. Of all my memories I have one that I would consider a perfect childhood memory.In my neighborhood there is a large lake with a small island in the center of it for as long as I could remember. It had been every child's dream to get to it, It was to be our greatest adventure. We named it Alligator Island, because of the alligators that were removed to live on the island and in the surrounding lake.One day when I was about 10 years old, I was helping my friend Erika clean out her garage and we discovered a blow-up raft. Naturally we had to wonder if it would stay a float in the water, so we decided to blow it up and find out. After a few hours of taking expelling the wind from our lungs, the rubber boat was finally ready to test. We took it to the pool and some enough, it did float. Immediately we began making plans to visit Alligator Island with our new means of transportation.We decided to ask Erika's brother and another of our friends to come with us. Since the lake was across the street from Erika's house, we did not have to pull the raft far and soon we were on our way to the island.about halfway to A1 we began to get nervous about the possibility of alligators really being in the lake and we tried to turn around, but none of us knew how to use the paddles very well. After a few attempts, we realized how silly we were and continued onward. When we finally did reach the small land mass, it was not anything special. Just a few trees, some dirt, and insects. But the excitement and pleasure of actually achieving our goal were al we needed.Needless to say, we were the envy of the neighborhood for quite some time. This is my perfect childhood memory and it is something I doubt I will ever forget for as long as I live.56. According to the passage, such a memory is the most unforgettable to the author because ______.A. the adventure is full of dangers and risksB. the author has tried a new kind of transportationC. the author has finally realized the dream of going to the islandD. the author has been proved to be very intelligent during their adventure57. What is the author's feeling about their adventure to the island?A. Fearful. B. Regretful. C. Happy. D. Guilty.58. The island is called Alligator Island because ______.A. there are alligators on the islandB. there are alligators off the islandC. the shape of the island is like an alligatorD. it is said that there are alligators on the island59. What was the response of the author's neighborhood to the adventure?A. They admired those kids.B. They showed satisfaction.C. They were astonished by their courage.D. They showed worry and scolded the kids.60. Which would be a good title for this passage?A. A Childhood Full of AdventuresB. A Perfect Childhood MemoryC. Adventure on an IslandD. Alligator IslandBWhat do Harrison Ford, Mel Gibson and Philcollins all have in common? They were all bullied(欺负)at school.If you’re being bullied, it doesn’t mean there is something wrong with you. You have a right to feel safe. If you are being bullied at school, it is the school’s responsibility to sTOP it. If you are being attacked outside of school, the police have the responsibility to help you.The bully is the one with the problem.A lot of bullies are already being bullied themselves. They feel powerless and so they look for ways to feel tough at school or in the street.Often, the bully is envious of other kids, so he picks on those who are cleverer, or those kids who have cool dress or more money. Usually bullies don’t like themselves, so they take out their frustrations(沮丧)on someone else, e.g. you.What can you do?* Look calm and confident even when you are not! You can practice this in the bathroom mirror.* If possible, ignore the bully. Bullies want a reaction(反应)—if you don’t seem upset, or angry, they’ll often leave you alone.* Walk away. Just because a bully starts an argument doesn’t mean you have to hang around and finish it.* Avoid being alone. Bullies are cowards(懦夫)who only pick a fight when they know they can win. If you are with friends, they are more likely to leave you alone.Get help!Tell an adult you can trust. This doesn’t mean you are weak. In life you often need to get help from other people. When you have a broken leg, you get help from a doctor—it doesn’t mean you are weak. If you are being bullied you also get help. Bullies want you to keep quiet. When you speak up, you refuse to play the bully’s game. Telling others about the problem is a brave move.61. In the first paragraph, the author intends to _________.A. name several students who were bulliedB. tell us being bullied is a common problem at schoolC. what the three students have in commonD. warn people of the three bullies62. Bullies are usually those who _________.A. are stupid B. are poorC. are full of envy D. have more power63. To avoid bullies, you are advised to _________.A. be calm and confident B. react bravely and show your confidenceC. hang around and argue with them D. stay with friends always64. The underlined word “ignore” probably means _________.A. fight B. sTOP C. pay no attention to D. talk with65. With the underlined sentence in the last paragraph, the author gives us an example of ____.A. how to get help from doctors B. people being weak sometimesC. what people do in trouble D. getting help when necessaryCA year ago, Dave Fuss lost his job driving a truck for a small company in west Michigan. His wife, Gerrie, was still working in the local school cafeteria, but work for Dave was scarce, and the price of everything was rising. The Fusses were at risk of joining the millions of Americans who have lost their homes in recent years. Then Dave and Gerrie received a timely gift——$7,000,a legacy from their neighbors Ish and Arlene Hatch, who died in an accident . “It really made a difference when we were going under financially.” says Dave.But the Fusses weren’t the only folks in Alto and the neighboring town of Lowell to receive unexpected legacy from the Hatches. Dozens of other families were touched by the Hatches’ generosity. In some cases, it was a few thousand dollars; in other, it was more than $100,000.It surprised nearly everyone that the Hatches had so much money , more than $3 million—they were an elderly couple who lived in an old house on what was left of the family farm .Children of the Great Depression, Ish and Arlene were known for their habit of saving. They thrived own comparison shopping and would routinely go from store to store, checking prices before making a new purchase .Through the years, the Hatches paid for local children to attend summer camp when their parents couldn’t afford it. “Ish and Arlene never asked if you needed anything,” says their friend Sand Van Weelden, “They could see things they could do to make you happier, and they would do them.Even more extraordinary was that the Hatches had their farmland distributed. It was the Hatches’ wish that their legacy——a legacy of kindness as much as one of dollars and cent ——should enrich the whole community and last for generations to come.Neighbors helping neighbors ——that was Ish and Arlene Hatch’s story .66. According go the text , the FussesA. were employed by a truck company B. were in financial difficultyC. worked in a school cafeteria D. lost their home67. Which of the following is true of the Hatches?A .They had their children during the Great Depression.B. They left the family farm to live in an old house.C. They gave away their possessions to their neighbors.D. They helped their neighbors to find jobs.68. Why would the Hatches routinely go from store to store?A. They decided to open a storeB. They wanted to save moneyC. They couldn’t afford expensive thingsD. They wanted to buy gifts for local kids69 According to Sandy Van Weelden, the Hatches wereA. understanding B. optimistic C. childlike D. curious70 What can we learn from the text?A. The community of Alto was poor.B. The summer camp was attractive to the parents.C. Sandy Van Weelden got a legacy form the Hatches.D. The Hatches would like the neighbors to follow their example.DIt’s a Saturday night —what is a group of friends to do? They could go out to a bar or pub, they could enjoy a good meal or they could go to a club. That’s what may have happened a few years ago. However, new research has shown that three times as many Britons would rather stay in and cook a meal for friends than have a wild night out. These people are being described as the Stay Home and Entertain Friends brigade(队,组).Mark is an IT manager from Manchester and could be described as a SHEF. “I like to socialize with my friends, but going out every weekend can be really expensive. We’ve found another choice; head to the local pub for one or two drinks, then go back to one of our homes for food, drink and some music. Much less trouble and more fun than going into the city center and struggling to get a taxi at 2 a.m.!”The survey also found that twice as many men as women associated romance with home-cooked, candlelit dinners with their partners, claming that this was a perfect way for a great Saturday night.According to another study by insurance company More Than, people are also turning to their homes as a source of entertainment and a shelter from the stress of modern living. The new “staying in” culture is driving increased spending on home improvement and entertainments systems within the home. Many people in the UK have set up home cinemas with plasma screen(等离子屏幕)televisions, satellite televisions and DVD players.Maybe, soon the popularity of this trend of staying in will decline and going out will become the new staying in!71. What would be the best title for the text?A. Trends in Britain Are Always Changing. B. Staying in Is the New Going Out.C. Staying in or Going Out? D. Stay in and Enjoy the Romance.72. A SHEF is a person who _________.A. is very generous to a friendB. tries to save money by having meals at homeC. entertains a friend at homeD. invites a friend out for entertainment73. It can be learned from the text that men prefer to stay at home because _________.A. they feel more pressure from modern lifeB. they like the romantic atmosphere with their partnersC. they don’t like to socialize with their friends at weekendsD. their partners don’t like them to go out

 
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