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(高中英语)河北高一年级下学期月考测试河北省2012-2013学年下学期高一5月月考英语试题

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一、单项填空
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1. 难度:中等

Our parents and teachers often ________ the importance of study hard _______ us.

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A.impress; on

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B.impress; in

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C.impress; with

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D.impress; to

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2. 难度:中等

Mr. Smith was the only one of those who ________ to the dinner. 

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A.were invited

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B.were inviting

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C.was inviting

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D.was invited

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3. 难度:困难

I want to catch _____ early train, but couldn’t get _____ ride to the station.

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A.an; the

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B.\; the

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C.an; \

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D.the; a

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4. 难度:中等

Sitting alone by the window, all the memories __________ .

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A.clouded in

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B.clouded with

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C.crowded in

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D.crowded with

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5. 难度:中等

The conference has been held to discuss the ________of global warming on people’s lives all over the world.

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A.importance  

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B.effects

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C.protection  

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D.impression

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6. 难度:中等

At the railway station,the mother waved goodbye to her daughter until the train was________.

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A.out of sight

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B.out of reach

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C.out of order 

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D.out of place

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7. 难度:困难

________by a group of children,the old man was delighted.

A.To be surrounded

B.Surrounding

C.Surrounded

D.To be surrounding

 

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8. 难度:困难

Learning English means _________ memorizing a huge lot of words.It involves a large amount of reading as well.

A.other than

B.more than

C.rather than

D.less than

 

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9. 难度:困难

Tom as well as two of his classmates _____ invited to the party.

A.was

B.were

C.have been

D.had been

 

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10. 难度:困难

The fact has worried many scientists ______ the earth is becoming warmer and warmer these years.

A.what

B.which

C.that

D.though

 

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11. 难度:中等

My grandfather is always thinking for others. In another word, he is always ________.

A.modest

B.cautious

C.considerate

D.considerable

 

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12. 难度:中等

Driving on the road, drivers do ______ the traffic rules, which is responsible for themselves

as well as others.

A.see

B.watch

C.observe

D.notice

 

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13. 难度:困难

—Won’t you go to the football tonight?

—________.I might stay at home watching it live on TV instead.

A.I’d rather not 

B.I’m not sure

C.I guess so

D.I’d love to

 

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14. 难度:中等

 That is the best way you thought of _______ into trouble.

A.stopping some young people to get

B.to prevent some young people getting

C.keeping some young people getting

D.preventing some young people getting

 

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15. 难度:中等

Because of the heavy snow, some distant Japanese villages are ______ from the rest of the country.

A.cut off

B.cut out

C.cut down

D.cut down

 

二、完形填空
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16. 难度:中等

Years ago while lying in my hammock (吊床) and drinking JB from the bottle, I    21    my dog dragging something under the fence.    22     looking at it carefully, to my    23     , I realized it was the next-door neighbor’s 10-year-old daughter’s rabbit. For years I      24    her come home from school and     25     straight out to its cage,    26    it and play with it in the yard. I know today    27    be no different.     28     for our dog, I had to think fast.

The rabbit died and was quite dirty, as if it had    29    quite a struggle, so I washed it off with the plastic   30   , combed it with the dog brush and blew it    31    with the leaf blower (吹风机) . Upon finishing its grooming (刷洗), I jumped the       32        and put it back in its cage hoping its      33       would be accepted as “ natural causes”.

    34     to the hammock and JB. Within the hour the neighbor’s car    35    as usual and out came the little girl,     36     as usual she headed straight for the cage. Only this time did she stop about six feet away and    37    “ D-A-D-D-Y-!!”

Her father,    38  , stood looking at the cage. Being the good neighbor, I rushed to the fence and asked if there was anything I could do.

Her father   39     than calmly shouted, “What kind of    40     person would dig up a little girl’s dead rabbit and put it back in its cage?”

1. A. noticed       B. watched          C. enjoyed          D. stopped 

2. A. Without           B. Before       C. Upon                 D. Once

3. A. interest          B. excitement       C. joy     D. disappointment

4. A. watched       B. was watching C. used to watching D. had watched

5. A. head          B. went             C. leave            D. hurried 

6. A. hide          B. bury             C. cover                D. free   

7.. A. would            B. shouldn’t           C. should   D. couldn’t

8.A. Feared         B. Fear             C. Fearing          D. To fear

9. A. put on        B. put up           C. put off          D. put out   

10. A. water            B. pipe                 C. shampoo  D. soap 

11. A. drying       B. dryly            C. dried                D. dry      

12. A. door        B. hammock          C. neighbor             D. fence          

13.A. look          B. death            C. story            D. rabbit

14. A. Again            B. Up               C. Back         D. Prior

15. A. pulled in        B. pulled down      C. pulled up   D. pulled off     

16. A. but              B. or               C. and          D. so     

17. A. scared           B. cheered          C. screamed    D. laughed 

18. A. pleased          B. frightened   C. Delighted  D. satisfied

19. A. more             B. less                 C. no more  D. no longer

20. A. sick             B. nice             C. humorous D. Interesting

 

三、阅读理解
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17. 难度:中等

The malls were filled with people seeking gifts for their loved ones. Some of the malls remained open around the clock, partly to satisfy our needs to buy gifts.

Behind the materialistic aspect of shopping for gifts lies the idea of caring, being attentive to the desires of special people in our lives. However, to use a well-worn play on words: it is our presence, not our presents, that truly counts. Many of us, unfortunately, can be so inattentive, even in the presence of our loved ones, that we might as well not be there at all.

Attention is one of the greatest gifts we can give each other. Companies around the globe spend billions every year on advertising to catch our attention for just a short moment at a time. Whole industries – media, entertainment, education – rely on the precious gift of our attention for their continued existence. A baby lacking attention for a long time is likely to he psychologically unhealthy.

In earlier times, both diet and attention could be left unregulated without major cause for concern. There were natural checks and balances: limited availability of food meant few got fat, for example. Similarly, in bygone times we might have spent a few hours communicating with the village storyteller, today, watching an entire TV series, while speaking to nobody, is common. In traditional societies, with smaller population, everyone would get a fair deal of attention. On many issues we might go to see Grandma or Grandpa; now we have Google and Wikipedia.

“She just wants attention.” people tend to think little of those doing things simply for attention. But the truth is that human beings need attention, and giving attention to each other is, to a large extent, what human civilization is based upon. This perhaps explains the runaway success(一举成功)of social networking sites such as Twitter and Facebook. While we use such sites for “micro blogging”, “idea voicing” and “status updates” – the reality is that we are often doing no more or less than fulfilling our basic human drive for attention exchange.

I friend you, you friend me, I retweet you, you retweet me. The charming case with which we can now get and give attention is why many people appear overly attached to their smartphones. It is also a vicious(恶性)circle. As ever more people are busy exchanging attention online, there is increasingly less attention to be paid in the real world, which forces more people to seek their attention exchange online, or else risk attention-starvation.

The very nature of attention exchange is being rapidly transformed, and there is a danger that some of us will develop unhealthy practices. Just as eating red meat every day is a bad idea, so it is with too much attention exchange. The biological consequences of our technological advancement in food production are highly visible; heart disease, diabetes and obesity. The consequences of our transformed attention exchanges will be psychological and social, and so may take longer to identify, but they will be equally damaging.

Face-to-face attention is becoming rarer, and therefore more valuable. In a sense it is priceless. And it is a gift that can be given all-year-round.

1.In the first two paragraphs the author        .

A.offers advice to attention givers            B.analyses the present problems

C.states the necessity of presents             D.puts forward his point of view

2.People use social networking sites such as Twitter and Facebook to     .

A.obtain information                      B.give attention to others

C.voice their opinions                      D.notice and get noticed

3.Attention exchange was not a major concern in traditional societies because of      .

A.limited availability of food                 B.natural checks and balances

C.a much smaller population                D.the guidance from old people

4.What can we infer from Paragraph 6-7?

A.More people will risk attention-starvation in future.

B.The nature of attention exchange is rarely changed.

C.Technological advancement contributes to all diseases.

D.Transformed attention exchanges do harm to society.

5.The writer’s purpose for writing the passage is to      .

A.advocate more focus on real life attention

B.analyze the necessity of attention giving

C.give practical tips on attention exchange

D.recommend some social networking sites

 

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18. 难度:中等

Chinese writer Mo Yan’s Nobel Prize for Literature might ignite an explosion of global interest in Chinese literature and lead to more titles translated into English, European experts say.

“Hopefully, the award means more people will read Chinese literature and more works will get translated,” says Michel Hockx, professor of the Languages and Cultures of China and Inner Asia from University of London. “Many very good Chinese writers have been accepted globally for a long time already. Mo Yan is probably the most translated Chinese writer alive, with at least five of his novels made available in English over the past 20 years.”

Jonathan Ruppin, web editor of bookseller Foyles, says Mo’s win coincides with growing interest in Chinese literature and recognizes the talents of a distinctive and visionary(富于幻想的)writer. “We are very excited by the fact that English translations of more of his books should now become available,” Ruppin says. He made the comment after Mo became the first Chinese citizen to win the Nobel Prize for Literature in its century-long history.

As East-West cultural exchange has been booming, Chinese literature has been attracting growing attention in recent years. Hockx explains, “It’s mainly because there are many more opportunities for Chinese writers to visit other countries, to publish their works outside China and to interact with readers abroad. At the same time, more and more people globally are learning Chinese and taking an interest in the Chinese language and culture.”

University of Oxford lecturer in modern Chinese literature Margaret Hillenbrand says, “The obvious reason for the growing global presence of Chinese literature is the growing global presence of China itself. People have come to realize that there is a serious knowledge deficit between China and its international counterparts — in particular, China knows incomparably more about Europe and America than the other way round — and reading Chinese literature is an effective, simple means of solving that gap.”

1.The underlined word “ignite” in Paragraph 1 probably means  “________”.

A.start out          B.burn up           C.set off            D.appeal to

2.Which of the following is true according to the passage?

A.Chinese literature has spread with the development of China.

B.The Nobel Prize for Literature has a history of hundreds of years.

C.In the past, no Chinese writers were accepted outside China.

D.Foreigners know about China mainly by reading Mo Yan’s works.

3.Chinese literature has been attracting growing attention mainly because

A.Chinese writers have been writing more and more books in English

B.the Chinese language has become the most widely used language in the world

C.the Chinese government attaches great importance to literature

D.the cultural communication between China and western countries has developed

4.How do you understand the underlined sentence in the last paragraph?

A.China knows more about Europe and America than before.

B.China knows more about Europe and America than they know about China.

C.China, Europe and America know one another more than before.

D.Compared with America, China knows more about Europe.

 

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19. 难度:中等

If it really is what’s on the inside that counts, then a lot of thin people might be in trouble.

Some doctors now think that the internal(内部的) fat surrounding important organs like the heart or liver could be as dangerous as the external fat which can be noticed more easily.

“Being thin doesn’t surely mean you are not fat,” said Dr Jimmy Bell at Imperial College. Since 1994, Bell and his team have scanned nearly 800 people with MRI machines to create “fat maps” showing where people store fat.

According to the result, people who keep their weight through diet rather than exercise are likely to have major deposits of internal fat, even if they are slim.

Even people with normal Body Mass Index scores can have surprising levels of fat deposits inside. Of the women, as many as 45 percent of those with normal BMI scores (20 to 25) actually had too high levels of internal fat. Among men, the percentage was nearly 60 percent.

According to Bell, people who are fat on the inside are actually on the edge of being fat. They eat too many fatty and sugary foods, but they are not eating enough to be fat. Scientists believe we naturally store fat around the belly first, but at some point, the body may start storing it elsewhere.

Doctors are unsure about the exact dangers of internal fat, but some think it has something to do with heart disease and diabetes. They want to prove that internal fat damages the body’s communication systems.

The good news is that internal fat can be easily burned off through exercise or even by improving your diet. “If you want to be healthy, there is no short cut. Exercise has to be an important part of your lifestyle,” Bell said.

1.According to the pass age, which of the following is WRONG?

A.People with heart disease all have internal fat.

B.People can get rid of internal fat by improving diet.

C.Men are more likely to have too much internal fat.

D.Exercise can help to reduce the internal fat.

2.From the last paragraph, we can find that ______.

A.whether internal fat can lead to disease has been proved

B.exercise plays an important role in people’s life for keeping healthy

C.thin people usually have internal fat even if they are slim

D.it is easier to burn off internal fat than external fat

3.Doctors have found ______.

A.the exact dangers of internal fat

B.internal fat is the cause of heart disease and diabetes

C.being slim doesn’t mean you are not fat inside

D.being slim is not dangerous at all

4.The underlined part in the last paragraph means ______.

A.a long road                            B.a clear difference

C.an easy way                            D.a short distance

 

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20. 难度:中等

TS said that everyone has a changing circle of friends. However, no matter how frequently we renew our phone books, some names always remain. These names remind us of the good times we spent together with our friends. Though we may not see them every  day, they will always stay in our hearts.

Tom was often called "Big Head" at school because of his extraordinarily large head. He was one of my close friends at primary school. But since graduation, we have been studying in different cities and haven't seen each other for a long time.

Several days ago, I received an e-mail saying that my former classmates from primary school were holding a party to get together and chat about past memories. I was so excited because [ would get to see Tom again. What would he look like now? Would we still feel as close to each other as we had done back then? I was a little frightened about what I would find.

When I arrived at the party, I did manage to recognize Tom. However, he was much taller than he had been before. What's more, his head was no longer big.

"Hi, Buddy. Do you recognize me?" Tom walked towards me.

"Of course. How could I ever forget our ' Big Head' ," I said jokingly, "But where has your big head gone?"

"Haha, maybe it didn't keep up with the steps of time and stayed in the past," Tom patted his own head and answered with a laugh.

All my misgivings suddenly disappeared. I realized that time had changed us outwardly, but our friendship hadn't changed at all. I chatted happily with Tom about our shared experiences in primary school.

Then I looked around the small room and saw different faces, both familiar and unfamiliar, but none of them the faces of strangers. The whole party was filled with a warm atmosphere. Everyone was lost in the sweet memories of childhood. They forgot all their present-day stresses and pressures.

"Hey, what are you thinking about? Come and get some pizza!" A call from a friend woke me up from my thoughts. I hurried towards the table. "Wait! That biggest piece is mine!"

1.Why are some names always in our phone books?

A.Because everyone has a changing circle of friends.

B.Because we sometimes forget to renew phone books.

C.Because we'll never forget some of our friends.

D.Because our circle of friends will not change.

2.According to the passage, which of the following statements is TRUE?

A.Tom has changed a lot since primary school.

B.Tom invited the author to the get-together party by email.

C.The author recognized Tom immediately because of his big head.

D.Tom couldn't recognize the author at the first sight.

3.What does the underlined word "misgiving" mean (in para. 8 )?

A.expectation and excitement               B.worries and doubts

C.stresses and pressures                   D.shyness and nervousness

4.The author writes the last paragraph to show

A.others can't understand what the author is thinking about

B.The pizzas are not adequate for everyone in the party

C.the author wants to have a big pizza very much

D.the author enjoys the warm atmosphere of the party greatly

5.Which of the following proverbs can be used to conclude this passage.'?

A.A friend in need is a friend indeed.          B.Time reveals a person's heart.

C.Friends are like wine; the older, the better.    D.A faithful friend is hard to find.

 

四、信息匹配
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21. 难度:中等

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。

“Nature does not hurry, yet everything is accomplished.” ---Lao Tzu

If you are in a city where everyone rushes, realize that you don’t have to be like everyone else. You can be different. You can walk instead of driving in rush hour traffic. You can be on your iPhone or Blackberry less, and disconnected sometimes. Your environment doesn’t control your life---you do. I’m not going to tell you how to give you a step-by-step guide to moving slower.    1   

1. Do less.

Cut back on your projects, on your task list, on how much you try to do each day. Focus not on quantity but on quality.    2    Save smaller, routine tasks for later in the day, but give yourself time to focus.

2. Have fewer meetings.

3    And they eat into your day, forcing you to squeeze the things you really need to do into small windows, and making you rush.

3.    4   

When you do the important things with focus, without rush, there will be things that get pushed back, and that don’t get done. And you need to ask yourself: how necessary are these things? What would happen if I stopped doing them?

4. Practice mindfulness.

Simply learn to live in the present, rather than things so much about future or the past. When you eat, fully appreciate your food. When you are with someone, be with them fully. When you are walking, appreciate your surroundings, no matter where you are.

Try these things out. Life is better when unrushed.

     5    

A.Start to put off or cancel the unnecessary.

B.Meetings are usually a “big waste of time”.

C.The world likely won’t end if you don’t pass one of the examinations.

D.But here are some things to consider and perhaps adopt, if they work for your life.

E. Remember the quote: if nature can get everything done without rushing, so can you.

F. Pick 2—3 important things---or even just one important thing---and work on those first.

G. Give yourself more time to get ready and get there.

 

五、短文改错
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22. 难度:中等

文中共有10处语言错误, 每句中最多有两处。每处错误仅涉及一个单词的增加删除或修改。

增加:在缺词处加一个漏字符号(∧),并在其下面写出该加的词。

删除:把多余的词用斜线(\)划掉。

修改:在错的词下划一横线,并在该词下面写出修改后的词。

注意:1. 每处错误及其修改仅限一词;2. 只允许修改10处, 多者(从第11处起)不计分。

The Siberian tiger is one of the most beautiful animal in the world. It is also one of rarest. Today only about 1,000 are left, some of them are in the Hunchun Nature Reserve. The Chinese government has created the reserve to help saving the tiger’s natural habitat. But the Siberian tiger is the only endangered species. Other famous animal in a danger is the giant panda, whose habitat is in China. The panda was the symbol of the World Wide Fund for Nature. Thanks of scientists’ hard work, the number of the pandas lived in the wild has increased to about 1590.

 

六、书面表达
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23. 难度:困难

中国“虎妈”蔡美儿以其给两个女儿列出绝对不允许做的“十不准”在全球一炮走红。由此而引发的有关如何教育子女的争论愈演愈烈。请就此给China Daily投稿,阐明家长们的不同观点,并发表自己的见解。

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一些家长的观点

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子女必须沿着父母为其选择的道路努力…...

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必要时采用高压手段…...

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另一些家长的观点

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孩子应该自由发展…...

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赏识教育,好孩子是夸出来的…...

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Amy Chua, a professor at Yale Law School, who listed ten “Don’ts” to her two daughters became famous overnight. She insists that parents should be very strict with their children. It has caused a heated online debate...                              

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