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浙江省台州市2019-2020学年高一上期末质量评估英语试题

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台州市2019学年第一学期高一年级期末质量评估

英语试题

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. What is the weather like at the moment?

A. Rainy.                B. Sunny.                 C. Cloudy.

2. What will the speakers probably do first?

A. Drive home           B Cook dinner             C. Get fast food

3. Why will the woman go outside?

A. To walk her dog        B. To do exercise          C. To enjoy the weather.

4. What is the relationship between the speakers?

A. Brother and sister.      B, Father and daughter.      C. Grandfather and granddaughter

5. What are the speakers talking about?

A. An office             B. An apartment.            C. A restaurant

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。

听第6段村料,回答6、7题。

6. What does the girl think of Betty?

A. She is clever         B. She is thoughtful           C She is warm-hearted

7. Who is the most difficult to make friends with?

A. Jack                B. Bob                      C Alice

听第7段村料,回答第8、9题。

8. Why does the woman want to take online courses?

A. They offer lower prices.

B. They offer more courses.

C. They offer more chances to discuss.

9. How long is the program?

A. Six months.            B. One year. .             C. Two years.

听第8段材料,回答第10至12题。

10. What is the woman's native language?

A. French               B. German                C. English.

11. Which part of German is the most difficult for the woman?

A Its grammar           B. Its pronunciation           C Its vocabulary.

12. How many languages does the man speak?

A. One                 B. Two                    C. Three

听第9段材料,回答第13至16题。

13. How many countries will tourists visit on the 10-day trip?

A. Two                B. Four                     C. Five

14. What is included in the price for the 10-day trip?

A. Meals               B. Entrance tickets            C Local transportation

15. What will tourists do on the 6th day of the cruise trip?

A. Fly back from Alaska.

B. Tour the city of Alaska.

C. Watch a performance in Alaska.

16. Where are the speakers?

A. In Canada              B. In Austria                 C In America.

听第10段材料,回答第17至20题。

17. Where is the speaker giving the speech?

A. In a park.              B. In a museum               C In a government building

18. Why did Simon go to Europe as a young man?

A. To tour around Europe.    B. To get an education.          C To visit his family

19. What did Simon do after returning from Europe?

A. Fight against new ideas.

B. Create his own business.

C. Help to found a government

20. What do people in Central and South America think of Simon?

A. He is a national hero.     B. He is a great dreamer.         C. He is a good president.

第二部分  阅读理解(共两节,满分35分)

第一节 (共10小题:每小题2.5分,满分25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,并在答题纸上将该项涂黑。

A

Stop in for lunch at Drexell Honeybee's 15-table restaurant and you'll find a menu filled with down-home cooking: 

beef and potatoes, chicken and dumplings, and mac and cheese. What you won’t find on the menu: prices. At Drexell& 

Honeybee’s, customers pay what they want--or what they can. They leave their money in a donation(捐助)box near 

the door. The box is behind a screen (屏幕)that separates it from the rest of the room, so if you can’t pay for your meal 

today --as many people in this poor town often can't---nobody will know, and, more importantly, nobody will judge.

   How much a customer pays may be different, but it almost always comes with thanks. “Today I wasn’t able to eat and 

you guys helped me,” one customer wrote in a thank-you note. “Thank you for bringing blessing (福祉) to this town and 

me.” Inside the note were twenty cents.

    “We want to be that beacon of light to someone in need,” says Lisa Thomas- McMillan, who opened the restaurant 

with her husband, Freddie McMillan, last year. “We might not be able to pull it all out, but we're going to try to help you 

in some kind of way.”

The entire town of Brewton has rallied behind them. Locals bring in homegrown vegetables, and two farmers keep 

separate gardens just for the restaurant. A 15-year-old boy even tried donating his prizewinning pig. Thomas-McMillan 

couldn't accept it (the pig hadn’t been examined by the United States Department of Agiculture). The boy sold the pig and 

put the $457 he made right in Drexell Honeybee's donation box.

21. The McMillans opened the restaurant to__________.

A. help those in need                      B. donate money for the town

C. give thanks to locals                    D. advertise down-home cooking

22. Why is the donation box behind a screen?

A. To make the box noticeable.              B To leave the box in a safe place.

C. To save some customers' face.              D. To know how much customers pay

23. What does the underlined sentence in the last paragraph probably mean?

A. The restaurant owners have refused the locals' help

B. The whole town has supported the restaurant owners

C. The restaurant owners couldn't satisfy the whole town

D. The whole town has competed with the restaurant owners.

24. Which of the following might be the best title for the text?

A. A Donation Box                          B. A Bill of Good

C. A note of Thanks                          D. A local Restaurant

B

According to a new study, running 50 minutes a week, at a pace between a 10-and 7.5-minute mile, helped lower the 

risk of death from cancer, cardiovascular disease and other causes. Working out more than that didn’t mean more health 

benefits (益处), say the researchers, based on a review of a number of studies.

Because running is a popular form of physical activity, study coauthor Zeljko Pedisic and his workmates chose to take 

a bird's eye view of what past studies of running and the risk of death had concluded. The team collected 14 papers that 

collectively studied over 230,000people for the effects of running on cardiovascular disease, cancer and other causes of 

death. Most participants(参与者) were from U.S. and European populations.

Pooling the results from these 14 studes showed that running led to lowering the risk of cancer-related death by 23%, the

 risk of cardiovascular-related death by 30%, and the risk of death from all other causes by 27%. Those benefits appeared 

even when people ran relatively slowly and for under an hour a week--less time than the World Health Organization recently.

There are some warnings to the research, though. Among other things, possibly these benefits were found because all 

the 14 studies of running and the cause of death only included healthy people from the get-go, the authors write. Also, only 

two of the papers recorded how people’s running habits changed over the years, and how often people ran was self-reported 

in other papers.

Though the results suggest that people might need less of a workout than the WHO might suggest, that doesn’t mean it's 

time to change those standards, Pedisic says. There are several other health factors that need to be examined besides the 

risk of death, he says, and people need other ways to get fit, too.

25. What's the new study mainly about?

A. Running as slowly as possible could keep you healthy.

B. Running led to lower risks of death than other activities.

C. Running more than 50 minutes a week was bad for health.

D. Running for less than an hour a week could lower risks of death.

26. It can be learnt from the 14 studies that__________.

A. 12 of the studies self-reported how often people ran

B. most of the studies recorded people's running habits

C. only people from America and Europe were included

D. running lowered the risk of death from cancer by 30%

27. What can be inferred from the last paragraph?

A. People should run more than what the WHO advises.

B. The WHO needs to change its standards for running.

C. The new study results need to be further proved

D. Running is one of the best ways to keep fit.

                                               C

This is a common situation for beginner-level language learners---they want to read classic (经典的 )books, but what 

their language skills allow are usually little more than children's books.

Oxford University Press tried to solve this problem back in 1988 by designing a series of graded English reading 

materials known as the Oxford Bookworms Library. It now has a collection of over 200 books---many of them simplified 

versions of classics---which fall into seven difficulty levels from "starter level" to level six.

However, there has always been a debate over whether shortened versions of classics have less value. Some worry 

that by reading them, students don’t get to learn the essence of the orginal (原版的)text.

Rob Waring, a Japanese professor, mentions one of his students, Satoko, as an example in his booklet The "Why" and

"How"of Using Graded Readers. Satoko was a Japanese student majoring in English. But by the time she graduated, she 

had only managed to finish reading just one English book because it was far beyond her language level. " For Satoko,

reading in English was a fight; a fight that she lost, "wrote Waring, who suggested that reading easy texts is necessary 

because it helps language learners build up confidence and fluency in reading. By reading a lot--rather than getting stuck in 

one book --they can get used to kinds of English expressions and writing styles. Only by doing this can they reach what 

Waring calls the"reading-with-ideas"level of reading.

So it doesn’t matter if the books are original classics or not--for beginner--level language learners, the simple act of 

reading is a form of learning in itself. “Stories offer a window to other cultures, other worlds, real or imagined, beyond the 

classroom,” Jennifer Basset, the first editor of the Oxford Bookworms Library, said in an interview with GetEnglishLessons.

28. Why did Oxford University Press design the Oxford Bookworms Library?

A. To attract as many English learners as possible

B. To allow English beginners to read classic books

C To make classics popular with more English learners

D. To help English beginners improve their language skills

29. From paragraph 4, Rob Waring points out that__________.

A. language learners are expected to read a lot

B. language learners don't need to read easy texts

C. reading a lot can build up language learners'confidence

D. reading easy texts can give language learners more ideas

30. What is the writer’s attitude to shortened books?

A. Doubtful.          B Unclear.          C. Unconcerned.          D Supportive.

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入空白处的最佳选项,选项中有两项为多余选项。

“Click!” That’s the sound of a seat belt(安全带) locking in place. ___31___So I don’t drive anywhere until I wear 

it. Choosing to wear your seat belt is as simple as choosing between life and death. Which one do you choose?

Think about it. When you are driving in a car, you may be going 60 MPH or faster. Then somebody ahead of you locks 

up his or her brakes. Your car, which was going 60 MPH, has now suddenly stopped. Your body, however, is still going 

60 MPH.___32___ will it be the windshield(挡风玻璃) or your seat belt? I choose the seat belt.

___33___ They think that seat belts don’t allow them much space to move freely in the car. To them, what's more 

uncomfortable? Wearing a seat belt or flying through a car windshield?

Let’s just take a closer look at your choices. If you are not wearing your seat belt, you can hop around the car and slide 

in and out of your seat easily. You are more likely to die or suffer serious injuries. ___34___ That means you are

 much more likely to walk away unharmed from a car accident.

Wearing a seat belt does not always ensure your safety. You can still get hurt or killed while wearing seat 

belts. ___35___.You are much less likely to get seriously injured or killed in a car accident. So why not take the 

safer way?

A. What's going to stop your body?

B. Seat belts save lives and that's a fact.

C. Some people forget to wear seat belts.

D. Some people think that seat belts are uncomfortable.

E. If you are wearing a seat belt, you have to stay in your seat.

F. If you don’t have a seat belt on, the police can give you a ticket.

G. But wearing them has proven to be safer than driving without them.

第三部分  语言运用(共两节,满分45分)

第一节 完形填空(共20小题:每小题1.5分,满分30分)

阅读下面短文,从短文后各题所给的A、B、C和D四个选项中,选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项,并在答题纸上将该项涂黑。

  My family has moved a lot. So I've __36__ walking into a new school and making new friends. It doesn’t even trouble 

me that much--I __37__ know I’ll feel at home in the new place after a few months. But about a year ago we __38__ again, 

and that time it was __39__. The reason why we were moving was a __40__ to us: My father had a terrible illness and

lost his job. My mom gave up her job to be with my dad__ 41__he got the medical treatment (治疗). I couldn’t imagine 

how we would __42__ --what if neither of my parents would find __43__ again?

I knew my parents __44__ me to be strong and I didn't want to let them down. __45__, I gave in to all the feelings of 

sadness and fear. I cried a lot, and for the first time in my life, I started to __46__school. I kept to myself so much that most 

people decided I was__47__and selfish. __48__ , there were two girls at my school who reached out to me. When I finally

started to talk, it comforted me to share all the __49__ I’d been holding inside. And Melissa and Nicole really listened and 

__50__ what I was experiencing, __51__ I believed no one would. Their caring __52__ me up so much that soon I had a 

whole group of friends. I stopped hating school, and my problems became much__53__ to stand.

It just goes to show you that you don’t have to __54__the bad times alone, __55__is the best way to help yourself.

36.  A worried about     B dreamed about   C got tired of      D. got used to

37.  A. always          B. never          C seldom         D. sometimes

38.  A. settled          B. moved         C walked         D. suffered

39.  A. usual           B. strange          C. different        D. interesting

40. A. shock            B. shame          C pride          D. pleasure

41. A. after             B. until            C. since         D. while

42.  A judge           B. change          C. manage       D. decide

43. A. time             B work            C. energy        D. health

44.A expected           B allowed         C persuaded      D commanded

45. A. Anyhow          B. Besides         C However       D. Therefore

46.A. leave             B. enjoy           C. attend         D. hate

47. A. unfriendly         B stubborn         C determined     D. devoted

48. A. Gradually         B. Luckily          C. Hopefully     D Actually

49. A pain              B. anger            C. courage       D power

50. A. admitted          B. requested         C. understood    D doubted

51. A. as though          B. even though      C now that       D. so that

52. A. blew              B. brought          C. picked        D warmed

53. A. easier             B. harder           C. more common  D. more serious

54. A. think of            B. escape from      C. go through     D. care about

55. A Standing out         B. Reaching out     C. Giving out     D. Working out

第II卷

注意:将答案写在答题纸上。写在本试卷上无效。

第三部分  语言运用(共两节,满分45分)

第二节(共10小题:每小题1.5分,满分15分)

阅读下面材料,在空白处填入适当的内容(1个单词)或括号内单词的正确形式。

Over time the computer has changed a lot, from a calculating machine __56__ a robot. In 1936, __57__ (it) real 

father, Alan Tuning, wrote a book about how it could work as a "universal machine"__58__(solve) mathematical 

problems. By the 1940s, it had grown as large as a room, __59__ worried the designers a lot. Later the computer was

made smaller but the memory became __60__(large). In the early 1960s it was given a family __61__ (connect) by a 

network. Since the 1970s, the computer __62__(apply) in many aspects of people' s life. For example, it has become 

__63__ powerful that it eve can help with medical operations. Now, the computer has__64__ (true) achieved its goal

of providing __65__ (human) with a life of high quality.

第四部分 写作(共两节,满分40分)

第一节 单句翻译(共7小题:66--71每小题2分,72题3分,满分15分)


66.杰克在交友上遇到了困难,于是他向老师求助。( (turn to)


67.那些献身于研究的科学家们值得我们尊敬。( devote, deserve)


68.学校将在今年寒假组织学生去德国旅行,( organize)


69.毫无疑问,我们应该在英语学习中充分利用好字典,( doubt., make use of)


70.在我看来,你的努力最终会得到回报。( reward)


71.自从露西加入英语俱乐部以来,她积极参加了各种活动。( ever since)


72.志愿者们将伤员们从废墟中营教出来, 对此伤员们十分感激。( rescue,“介词+关系代词” 定语从句)


第二节  应用文写作(满分25分)

假定你是学生李华,在加拿大求学期间,得知学校将举办加中文化交流活动 ( Canada-china Cultural Exchange),需要招聘志愿者。请写一封申请信,内容包括:

1.写信目的;

2.个人优势;

3.期待录用。

注意:

1.词数80左右;

2.可适当增加细节,以使行文连贯。


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