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贵州学考英语(二)
贵州省2015年普通高等学校招生适应性考试英语试题

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英 语

第Ⅰ卷

第一部分 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。

(A)

Several years ago I was diagnosed with cancer. It was the most difficult time I have ever faced. I think it was my sense of humor that allowed me to hold onto my sanity (心智健全). Like many people who have gone through chemotherapy (化疗), I lost all of my hair, being bald as a golf ball. I always had enjoyed wearing hats, so I ordered several special hats with the hair already attached. It was easy and I never had to worry about how my hair looked.

I have always been a big golf fan. At one point during my cancer treatments, my husband John and I decided to get away from the cold Minnesota winter and took a trip to Scottsdale, Arizona. There was a Senior PGA Tour even called “The Tradition” being played, and that seemed like just the ticket to lift my spirits.

The first day of the tournament brought out a huge crowd. It was a beautiful the world approach the tee box (开球区): Jack Nicklaus, Raymond Floyd and Tom Weiskopf.

Just as they arrived at the tee, the unimaginable happened. A huge gust of wind came up from out of nowhere and blew my hat and hair right off my head and into the middle of the fairway (球道)! The thousands of people lining the fairway fell into an awkward silence, all eyes on me. Even my three favorite golfers were watching me, as my hair was in their flight path. I was ashamed! Embarrassed as I was, I knew I couldn’t just stand there. Someone had to do something to get things moving again.

So I took a deep breath and out into the middle of the fairway. I took hold of my hat and hair, put them back on my head as best I could. Then I turned to the golfers and loudly announced, “Gentlemen, the wind is blowing from left to right.”

They said the laughter could be heard all the way to the nineteenth hole. 1. What made the author remain mentally healthy even in her illness? A. The Tradition. B. The treatment. C. Her family. D. Her humor. 2. The underlined phrase in Para. 3 “in heaven” probably means “___”. A. scared B. embarrassed C. puzzled D. excited 3. Why did the author go into the fairway to pick up her hat and hair? A. To amuse the golfers. B. To give a weather report. C. To have the game restarted. D. To draw others’ attention. 4. We can know from the text that the author ___ . A. was fond of wearing hats B. was an excellent golfer C. planed to live in Scottsdale D. felt worried her hair

(B)

Food and drink makers are adding caffeine (咖啡因) to a growing number of products. Is it safe for kids to consume these products?

You may have heard adults say they can’t get going in the morning without a cup of coffee. One reason why they may feel that way is that coffee contains caffeine, a substance (物质) known to improve and increase energy. Caffeine occurs naturally in coffee, tea, and cocoa beans, which are used to make chocolate. But now food makers are adding caffeine to many products, from popcorn and potato chips to water. “It’s possible for all of this caffeine consumption to add up and become dangerous,” says Virginia Stallings, a doctor at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia.

Studies show that too much caffeine can cause inability to sleep, and a racing heartbeat. What’s more, caffeine is habit-forming. Those who consume it regularly and stop suddenly may experience headaches and feel tired.

One of the biggest problems is the large amount of caffeine added to so-called energy drinks, like Red Bull. A 12-ounce can of cola has about 35 milligrams of caffeine. A similar serving of Red Bull contains more than triple (三倍) that amount. Emergency-room visits related to energy-drink consumption were up from 10,068 visits in 2007 to 20,783 in 2011.

Teenagers should be aware of caffeine’s effects on health and on the brain. Take, for example, teenagers who consume caffeine to stay awake and study for a test. The effect? Research shows they may remember less of what they just studied.

So what can be done to protect young people from the harmful effects of caffeine? Michael Jacobson of the Center for Science in the Public Interest, says the FDA needs to set limits on caffeine, especially in energy drinks. The amount of caffeine should be printed on food labels to warn consumers. Doctors say kids should avoid caffeine. If you need extra energy, try these natural methods instead: eating right, exercising, and getting plenty of sleep.

5. According to the text, it’s dangerous to add more ___ to drinks. A. tea B. chocolate C. yoghurt D. caffeine 6. What should the FDA do in protecting the consumers? A. Draw up a project about physical exercise. B. Forbid kids from having water with caffeine. C. Create a set of standards on caffeine products. D. Not allow energy drinks to appear in the market. 7. What can we learn from the text?

A. Cola has much more caffeine the Red Bull. B. More people are suffering from energy drinks. C. Drinking enough Red Bull can help sleep well. D. Having too much caffeine can improve memory. 8. The text is written mainly for those ___ . A. who often have headaches B. who are caffeine-product lovers C. who usually feel tired D. who are food and drink makers

(C)

As weather cools across the United States, a growing number of Americans visit farms. They harvest apples, enjoy hay wagon rides and walk in the fields. These people are called “agri-tourists”. They improve the economy of rural areas and help farmers increase their profits. School children are walking in a corn field maze (迷宫). The corn is cut into tricky passageways that make it difficult to find a way out. The children are from Yorktown Elementary School in Bowie Maryland. They have traveled to Montpelier Farms in Prince George’s County which is also in Maryland. The farm is about 40 kilometers from The White House.

Debbie Pierson is the student’s teacher. “We go on these kind of field trips so that the children will have a hands-on experience of what it’s like to be on a farm,” Pierson said.

Amy Etsy-Smith is visiting the farm with her children. “We come about once a year, lots of fun, yes. The kids enjoy it. This was her favorite part, was choosing the pumpkin.” Amy said.

When Mike Dunn opened the family farm to agri-tourists in 2008, he had only a corn maze, a pumpkin field and hay wagon rides. But he says, so many people visited that he soon increased the number of activities. He hopes to make a larger profit from visitors than from farming someday. “Our agri-tourism income might be 30 percent of our entire farm income. We’d like to grow it to one day maybe 60 percent,” Dunn said.

Americans spent more than $700 million on agri-tourism activities in the United States in 2012. That is an increase of 24 percent from 2007. 9. When do Americans prefer to pay a visit to family farms? A. In spring. B. In summer. C. In autumn. D. In winter.

10. Mike Dunn added some other activities to his farm because he wanted ___ . A. to earn much more money B. to develop agriculture better C. to solve problems on farming D. to compete with other farms 11. We may infer from the last two paragraphs that ___ . A. field trips can help to promote industrial production

B. agri-tourism is becoming more and more popular in America C. farmers will make more money in farming than farming trips

D. Americans will spend less than $700 million on field trips in 2016

(D)

Have you ever felt somebody else’s pain? You’re not alone, with new research showing some people do have a physical reaction to others’ injuries.

British researchers used brain-imaging technology (影像工程学) to show that people who say they feel the pain of others have heightened activity in pain- sensing brain regions when they see someone else being hurt. For the study, the researchers exposed 108 college students to images of painful situation, ranging from athletes suffering sports injuries to patients receiving an injection. Nearly also felt pain in the same site as the injury in the image.

The researchers found that while viewing the painful images, both people who said they felt pain and those who did not showed activity in the emotional centers of the brain. But those who felt pain showed greater activity in pain-related brain regions compared with the others.

“Patients with functional pain experience pain in the absence of an obvious disease or injury to explain their pain. This confirms that at least some people have an actual physical reaction when observing others being injured or expressing pain,” Dr. Stuart Derbyshire of the University of Birmingham, one of the

researchers, told reporters.

He noted that the people reported feeling pain also tended to say that they avoided horror movies and disturbing images on the news – so as to avoid being in pain.

The findings were published in the December issue of the journal Pain. 12. The underlined words “a third” probably refer to ___ .

A. sportsmen experiencing pain B. the 36 students involved in the study C. patients receiving an injection D. the 108 students exposed to the images 13. The researchers observed the students’ emotional activity in their ___ . A. brain regions B. eye regions C. faces D. voices 14. If you are allergic to pain, you’d better get away from ___ . A. reading journals B. seeing scary movies C. listening to the news D. going to the concert 15. What would be the best title for the text?

A. Emotional Centers of Your Brain B. You Can Use Brain-imaging Technology C. You Can Feel Others’ Pain D. Painful Images to the Researchers 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。

How to relax when you get into a traffic jam

Waiting in a traffic jam is upset, frustrating and stress-producing. 16.___ One of the most stressful occasions of the day is when you are sitting in a traffic jam. It is for this reason that many people feel worried about the commute to and from work (上下班交通). Their commutes cause so much stress for them that they can ruin the rest of their days. 17.___

·Turn on you car radio to your favorite music station. 18.___ If the stress of your commute has already gotten to you, start with a pleasant and smooth classical station to calm you down, so that you can regain control.

·Listen to the music that is playing. Focus on the music. Notice the differences of the musical beats and the tones. If there are lyrics (歌词), think or sing along to them.

·19.___ Hold this breath for 10 seconds. Slowly let the breath out through your mouth.

·Repeat deep breathing as often as needed to make your heart beat slow and reduce stress. There are many times during a traffic jam that your heart can start to race.

·20.___ Setting an inner alarm to the time when you have to be somewhere is just going to add to your stress. There is nothing that you can do to make the traffic move faster, so just relax.

A. Keep calm when your heart beats fast. B. Take a deep breath through your nose.

C. So you’d better try to avoid such a traffic jam.

D. The more cheerful the music, the more it will reduce the stress. E. Forget about timelines, where you have to be, and by what time.

F. Follow these simple steps to reduce stress while sitting in a traffic jam. G. If you have ever ridden in a car, you must have experienced a traffic jam.

第二部分 英语知识运用 (共两节,满分40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四个选项(A、B、C和D)中,选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项。

A father of some teenage children had the family rule that they could not watch PG-13 or R-rated movies (限制级影片). His three wanted to see a The teens friends and made a list of pros and cons (优缺点) about the movie to their dad that they should be allowed to see it. The cons: three words, and implied sex. The pros: a popular movie – a blockbuster, some fantastic The father looked at the and the next evening the father his three teenagers into the living-room. There on the coffee table he had a plate of brownies (布朗尼蛋糕just like the movie, the brownies had pros and cons.

The pros were that the brownies were fresh, made with the finest chocolate and other good ingredients, walnuts in them. The brownies only had one The brownies contained just a little bit of dog poop (狗屎). if any of his would eat the brownies.

just asks, “” 21. A. sons B. daughters C. teens D. fans 22. A. popular B. childish C. documentary D. instructive 23. A. persuaded B. made C. visited D. interviewed 24. A. advise B. convince C. warn D. inform 25. A. dirty B. sweet C. magical D. merciful 26. A. actors B. lawyers C. professors D. writers 27. A. pros B. cons C. list D. plan 28. A. called at B. called up C. called off D. called in 29. A. feeling B. request C. suggestion D. situation 30. A. find B. make C. eat D. smell 31. A. concert B. play C. circus D. movie 32. A. burnt B. normal C. smelly D. yummy 33. A. color B. shape C. disadvantage D. taste 34. A. Therefore B. Otherwise C. In addition D. On the other hand 35. A. help B. continue C. forget D. refuse 36. A. for B. with C. in D. without 37. A. blamed B. moved C. terrifies D. affected 38. A. none B. one C. two D. three 39. A. eager for B. familiar with C. opposed to D. supportive 40. A. dishes B. cakes C. walnuts D. chocolates

第II卷

第二节 语法填空(共10小题;每小题1.5分,满分15分)

阅读下面短文,按照句子结构的语法性和上下文连贯的要求,在空格处填入一个适当的词或使用括号中词语的正确形式填空。

It was the day of the poetry festival, and I was 41._______ (excite). At my old school, I had won the poetry ribbon every year. I do write good poetry. When Mrs. Baker called on me, I stood up. I didn’t even bother to look at my paper. I’d spent so much time 42._______ (perfect) the rhymes, and counting the 43._______ (beat), that I knew the poem by heart. I had just started the third verse when I noticed Mrs. Baker was glaring at me. “Linda, you 44._______ (suppose) to be reading an original work, a poem you made up yourself, not reciting something you learned.” I opened my mouth to explain, but no words came out. “You will leave the room and will not return until you are ready 45._______ (apologize),” said Mrs. Baker. “Now. Go!” I turned and left the room. I’d been standing outside for about half an hour when Joseph, another school teacher, came over to ask me why. Now, as Joseph waited 46._______ me to answer, he looked so kind and sympathetic 47._______ I poured out the whole story, trying not to cry. “Linda, accepting defeat, when you should stand up for 48._______ (you), can become a very dangerous habit. You know you are the only Linda Brown in the whole world.” 49._______ eyes smiling into mine, I took a deep breath and 50._______ (knock) on the classroom door, ready to face Mrs. Baker – ready to recite my poem.

【贵州学考英语】

第四部分 写作 (共两节,满分35分)

第一节 短文改错 (共10小题;每小题1分,满分10分)

假定英语课上老师要求同桌之间交换修改作文,请你修改你同桌写的以下作文。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:⒈ 每处错误及其修改均仅限一词;

⒉ 只允许修改10处,多者 (从第11处起) 不计分。

I think university life is a time is a time for learning and experiencing new things. I can meet the other young people like me from many different places and can make lots friends. I will probably study and live away at home during this time, so I will have a lot more independent. Studying at university will be quite differently from studying at high school. I may not have so many homework to finish every day, but I will have to spend much more time working by myself. I know that in any university they are different societies or clubs organizing by the students themselves. I want to join the film society and the travel club because I show interest in both activities. This societies and clubs can make my life interesting and helped me make friends.

第二节 书面表达 (满分25分) 最近,《中国日报》邀请读者参与在线调查,以帮助确定最佳英文翻译“羊年”的“羊”该用goat, sheep还是ram。

假定你是李华,参与了本次在线调查活动,请根据以下要点给该报编辑【贵州学考英语】【贵州学考英语】

写封信,谈谈你的看法。内容应包括:① 生肖的用途:计年 ② 生肖的寓意:不同 ③ 你的建议:用拼音

注意:① 词数100左右:② 可以适当增加细节,以使行文连贯;③ 开头已为你写好,不计入总词数。

参考词汇:生肖 zodiac;计年 calculate the year

***************************************************************** Dear Editor,

My name is Li Hua. Recently I’ve read a debate over the translation of “Yang Nian” in China Daily.

____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Yours faithfully,

Li Hua

参考答案

1~5 DDCAD 6~10 CBACA 11~15 BBABC 16~20 GFDBE 21~25 CADBA 26~30 ACDBC 31~35 DDCAB 36~40 BDACB

41. excited 42. perfecting 43. beats 44. are supposed 45. to apologize / to apologise 46. for 47. that 48. yourself 49. His 50. knocked

51. 删掉other之前的the 52. 在lots之后加of 53. at → from 54.

independent → independence 55. differently →different 56. many → much 57. they → there 58. organizing →organized 59. This → The / These 60. helped → help 第二节 Dear Editor,

My name is Li Hua. Recently I’ve read a debate over the translation of “Yang Nian” in China Daily. As a student reader, I’m writing to tell you my opinion about it.

As is known to us all, the Chinese zodiac circles every 12 years. That is to say, each year is given an animal name. Now, it’s far more than calculating the year. For example, the dragon has more meanings than the world itself. As a result, it’s hard to give the right translation.

As to me, it doesn’t make any sense to turn “Yang Nian” into the year of the goat, sheep ot ram. I prefer to use the Chinese Pinyin “Yang Nian” so as to avoid the confusion.

Yours faithfully,

Li Hua

贵州学考英语(三)
贵州省招聘中学英语教师考试试题(含答案)

外语教育的理论与实践(10分) I、单项选择题(选择正确答案) (每小题 1分,共计 5 分) 1、语言技能_______.

A. 包含听、说、读、写、译五个方面的能力

B. 是指一个人说话时遣词造句的能力

C. 包含听、说、读、写四个方面的技能以及这四种技能的综合运用能力 D. 是指一个人的语言表述能力 2、英语课程评价体系的改革,主要是_______。

A、强调形成性评价

B、实现评价主体的多元化和评价形式的多样化

C、考试方式的改革 D、让学生自主学习

3、在设计“任务型”教学活动时,教师可以忽视的是:

A、活动要以学生的生活经验和兴趣为出发点,内容和方式要尽量真实。 B、活动应积极促进英语学科和其他学科间的相互渗透和联系。

C、活动要能够促进学生获取、处理和使用信息,用英语与他人交流,发展用英语解决

实际问题的能力。

D、活动应局限于课堂教学,不要延伸到课堂之外的学习和生活之中。 4、以下哪个选项不属于学习策略的范畴?

A、利用音像和网络资源丰富学习内容。

B、设计探究式学习活动,促进实践能力和创新思维的发展。

C、在学习过程中进行自我评价,并根据需要调整学习目标。

D、制订阶段性学习目标以及实现目标的方法。

5、以下哪种描述是错误的?

A、听、说、读、写既是学习的内容,又是学习的手段。

B、听和读是理解的技能,说和写是表达的技能。

C、基础教育阶段学生应该学习和掌握的英语语言知识包括语音、词汇、语法、功能和

话题等五个方面的内容。

D、在英语学习的起始阶段,教师应对学生出现的任何错误当场给予纠正,以使学生不 走弯路。

II、多项选择题。(凡多选、少选、不选或错选均不给分)(每小题 1分,共计 5分)

6、要具备较强的综合语言运用能力,必须有语言技能、______作基础。 A、语言知识 B、情感态度 C、学习策略 D、文化意识

7、教师在教学中应关注学生的情感态度,是因为情感态度包含了影响学生学习效果的以下 因素:

A、学习兴趣和动机 B、尊师爱友 C、自信与意志力 D、合作学习 8、听、说、读、写的训练内容与形式应尽可能________。 A、贴近学生的实际生活 B、贴近真实的交际行为 C、贴近英语国家的文化

D、贴近有目的地综合运用英语的活动9、在英语教学中,既要有学生的个别活动,又要有学生的集体活动。协调这两种活动的原 则是___________ 。

A、既要力求使全班学生都投入活动又要防止有的学生在活动中成为“南郭先生”

B、既要合作学习,又要以个人学习作为合作学习的基础

C、既要活跃,又要沉静,以适应外倾和内倾学生的需要

D、重在保证课堂活动不单一化,也增强直观性

10、在教学中,教师努力营造一种宽松、民主、和谐的氛围是非常重要的。要营造这种氛围,

教师应做到:_______。 A、保护后进学生的自尊心和积极性 B、创设各种合作学习的活动,体验集体荣誉感和成就感,发展合作精神 C、特别关注性格内向的和学习有困难的学生,尽可能多地为他们创造语言实践机会 D、建立民主的师生交流渠道,经常和学生一起反思学习过程和学习效果 专业基础知识 III. 语法和词汇知识 从每题所给的 A、B、C、D 四个选项中,选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项。(共 30 小题, 每小题 0.5 分,满分 15 分) 11. Peter______ a lot of Spanish by playing with the native boys and girls. A. picked up B. took up C. made up D. turned up 12. -Did you tell Julia about the result? -Oh, no, I forgot. I ________ her now. A. will be calling B. will call C. call D. am to call 13. John, look at the time. ___________ you play the piano at such a late hour? A. Must B. Can C. May D. Need 14. —Did Jack come back early last night? —Yes. It was not yet eight o’clock ______he arrived home. A. before B. when C. that D. until 15. —Can the project be finished as planned? —Sure, it ______completed in time, we’ll work two more hours a day. A. having got B. to get C. getting D. gets 16. ______, Carolina couldn’t get the door open. A. Try as she might B. As she might try C. She might try as D. Might as she try 17. What a table! I’ve never seen such a thing before. It is ______ it is long. A. half not as wide as B. wide not as half as C. not half as wide as D. as wide as not half

18. —How about putting some pictures into the report? —________A picture is worth a thousand words.

A. No way. B. Why not? C. All right? D. No matter. 19. They _______ on the program for almost one week before I joined them, and now we _______ on it as no good results have come out so far. A. had been working; are still working B. had worked; were still working C. have been working; have worked D. have worked; are still working 20. The place _______ the bridge is supposed to be built should be ________the cross-river traffic is the heaviest. A. which; where B. at which; which

C. at which; where D. which; in which

21. —Don’t you think it necessary that he _______ to Miami but to New York?

—I agree, but the problem is ________ he has refused to. A. will not be sent; that B. not be sent; that

C. should not be sent; what D. our work today. should not send; what A. a; a B. the; an C. the; 不22. Months ago we sailed ten 填 D. 不填; a thousand miles across this open sea, 30. _______ center has been set up which _______ the to give ________ on scientific Pacific, and we met no storms. farming for the nearby A. was called B. is called C. farmers.

had been called D. has been called 23. —______ that he managed to get the information? —Oh, a friend of his helped him. A. Where was it B. Who was it C. How was it D. Why was it 24. There was such a long queue for coffee at the interval that we ________ gave up. A. eventually B. unfortunately C. generously D. purposefully 25. Word comes that free souvenirs will be given to _______ comes first. A. no matter whom B. whomever C. no matter who D. whoever 26. ____for the terrible accident, as the public thought, the mayor felt nervous and was at a loss what to do. A. Having blamed B. To blame C. Being to be blamed D. Being to blame 27. —How did the plan strike you? —It _____, so we can’t think too highly of it. A. all depends B. makes no sense C. is so practical D. is just so so 28. The new tax would force companies to _____ energy-saving measures. A. adopt B. adjust C. adapt D. accept 29. I think ________ knowledge of the Internet is ________ must in A. Information; advice B. An information; advice C. An information; advices D. Information; advices

31. —Carl, go to wash the dishes. —Why_______? Jack is doing nothing over there.

A. me B. I C. he D. him 32. —What did Mr Black do in the middle of the night?

—Well, I’m not sure, but he was often heard ___________.

A. singing the same song B. to sing the same song C. sing a same song D. to be playing same song

33. The computers made by our company sell best, but several years ago no one could have imagined the role in the markets that they ________.

A. were playing B. were to play C. have played D. played 34. The novel “The Da Vinci Code” ______ a great success and was translated into 44 languages in 2004.

A. appreciated B. enjoyed C. won D. seized 35. —I haven’t seen you for ages. Haven’t you graduated from college? —Yes. I _____ English for four years in Nanjing. A. study B. have studied C. am studying D. studied 36. —What made him so happy?

—_____ as the model student in school. A. He being elected B. His electing C. His being elected D. His been elected 37. —You don’t like this oil painting, do you? —______. I like it better _____ I look at it. A. Yes; the moment B. No; as C. No; when D. Yes; the more 38. Nobody but the twins ________ some interest in the project till now. A. shows B. show C. have shown D. has shown 39. —According to the weather report, the temperature tomorrow will rise up _______22 degrees centigrade. —Oh, it’s quite hot ________ December. A. to; for B. at; in C. /; in D. by; for 40. Mary spent the whole weekend _______ in her room, _______for the coming examinations. A. locked„prepared B. being locked„preparing C. locked„preparing D. locking„preparing IV. 完形填空(共 20 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 20 分) 阅读下列短文,掌握其大意,然后从每小题所给的四个选项 A、B、C、D 中,选出最 佳选项。 In the days of Samuel Clemens, better known as Mark Twain, life on a steamboat on the Mississippi River was 41. One of the most exciting 42 of that period was a race 43 two of the fastest river boats. The Natchez had steamed up the river from New Orleans to St. Louis in three days, twenty-one hours, and fifty-eight minutes. John Cannon, 44 of the Robert E. Lee felt sure that he could 45 this time and challenged the captain of the Natchez. 46 his boat light, Captain Cannon 47 no passengers 48; he did not 49 the usual goods. Moreover, he had crews with supplies of coal waiting on floats along the river so that the boat would not have to put it to shore for 50. The race began on June 30, 1870. Being lighter than the Natchez, the Lee jumped into an early lead. For three days the race continued, 51 the boats travelling at full steam. They were 52 each other the whole time, 53 short spaces when bends in the river hid one or the other from view. Then only a few hours from its goal, the Natchez 54 a rock and ran aground (搁浅) . The Lee steamed proudly into St. Louis in exactly three days, eighteen hours, and thirty minutes after she had left New Orleans. Bell rang, and people called 55 the boat named after the general 56 as an army engineer had prevented the river from changing its course and St. Louis 57 becoming an inland town. The Lee 58 a good record---one that brought honor to all rivermen. However, the great day of the river steamers was drawing to 59. The 60 won the passenger and goods business from the river boats. There are boats on the river today. But they are not the white birds that attracted young Samuel

Clemens. railroads C. planes 41. A. an adventure B. a story D. airlines

C. an experience D. a V. 阅读理解(共 25小题,计 25 分) creation (A) 42. A. incidents B. events 1. Driver Wanted

C. accidents D. affairs (1)Clean driving license. 43.A. between B. among (2)Must be of smart appearance. C. in D. within 44. A. shopkeeper B. postmaster C. headmaster D. captain 45. A. beat B. won C. fall D. hit 46. A. Making B. To make C. Made D. So as to make 47. A. rode B. drove C. took D. brought 48. A. on the board B. in board C. on board D. in the board 49. A. carry B. lift C. support D return 50. A. oil B. coal C. gas D. water 51. A. with B. and C. having D. for 52. A. at sight of B. in sight C. out of sight D. in sight of 53. A. besides B. beside C. but D. except for 54. A. hit B. knocked C. beat D. struck 55. A. with a joy B. with joy C. in joy D. in excitement 56. A. which B. whom C. who D. what 57. A. from B. in C. not D. to 58. A. has made B. had made C. made D. had done 59. A. a close B. stop C. a pause D. a rest 60. A. traffic B. (3)Aged over 25.

Apply to: Capes Taxis, 17 Palace Road, Boston. 61. What prevents Jack, an experienced taxi driver, working for Capes Taxis? A. Fond of beer and wine. B. Punished for speeding and wrong parking. 2. Air Hostesses for International Flights Wanted (1)Applicants must be between 20 and 33 years old. (2)Height 1. 6m to 1. 75m. (3)Education to GCSE standard. (4)Two languages. Must be able to swim. Apply to: Recruitment office, Southern Airline, Heathrow Airport West. HR37KK

3. Teacher Needed

For private language school. Teaching experience unnecessary. Apply to: The Director of Studies, Instant Language Ltd, 279 Canal Street, Boston. C. Unable to speak a foreign language. D. Not having college education. 62. Ben, aged 22, fond of swimming and driving, has just graduated from a college. Which job might be given to him? A. Driving for Capes Taxis. B. Working for Southern Airlines. C. Teaching at Instant Language Ltd. D. None of the three.

63. What prevents Mary, aged 25,

贵州学考英语(四)
贵州省2014-2015学年第一学期高二第一次月考英语

高二上学期第一次月考英语试题

第一部分:听力(共两节,每小题1.5分,满分30分)

第一节 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个选项中,并标在相应的答题卡上。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 are the 2 speakers most probably?

A. At the meeting B. At a party C. At a concert

2. When may the woman leave the hospital?

A. Monday B. Thursday C. Saturday

3. What do the 2 speakers disagree about?

A. When to meet Sally B. Where to meet Sally C. how to meet Sally

4. Which month is it probably right now?

A. July B. June C. May

5. What does the woman want to buy?

A. Grey pants B. Brown pants C. Blue pants

第二节 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ABC三个选项中选出最佳选项,并标在相应的答题卡上。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,每小题将给出5秒钟的作答时间。每段对话或对白读两遍。

请听第6段材料,回答第6、7题

6. Why does the woman want to leave her present job?

A. She finds the job boring.

B. She finds the job tiring.

C. She wants to do something different.

7. Which country does the woman like best?

A. Australia B Canada C. Italy

请听第7段材料。回答第8、9题

8. What doea the woman want to do at the first?

A. Exchange the glove B. return the glove C. Try on the gloves

9. How much will the woman pay to get the gloves she likes?

A. ﹩29.95 B. ﹩35.25 C.﹩5.30

请听第8段材料,回答第10-12小题

10. What are the two speakers discussing?

A. The French language B. An upcoming vacation C. The weather in Europe

11. In which season are the two speakers visiting France?

A. Spring B. Summer C. Winter

12. What will the two speakers do before going to France?

A. Take a French Lesson B. Get a map in France C. Buy a French Dictionary 请听第9段材料,回答第13至16题

13. How does the woman go to school?

A. Take the school bus. B. In his mom’s car. C. On foot.

14. Which subject is difficult for the woman?

A. Biology B. Physics C. German.

15. How many foreign languages does the man study at school?

A. One B. Two C. Three

16. What do we know about the man?

A. He doesn’t like living in the countryside.

B. He lives not far from his school.

C. He is Mr. Johnson’s favorite.

第二部分 阅读理解(共两节,每题2分,满分40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。

A

Jody Williams was born in Vermont in 1950. Like many teenagers of her generation, she became devoted to the idea of peace while being against the war in Vietnam when young.

In late 1991, Bobby Muller, president of the Vietnam Veterans of America Foundation, called Williams to see if she was interested in working together to ban (禁止) landmines worldwide. She was glad to make use of the opportunity to persuade non-governmental organizations to support this worthwhile idea. Millions of landmines remain buried in the ground in countries around the world long after the wars in which they were used have ended.【贵州学考英语】

In October 1992, the International Campaign to Ban Landmines (ICBL) was formally set up. The ICBL called for an end to the use, production, and trade of landmines. As the campaign’s leader, Williams wrote and spoke widely on the landmine problem and the need for a total ban.

Together with Shawn Roberts, she wrote a book that described the hidden costs of landmine use, such as the long term effects of landmines. The landmines mean that people cannot travel or work safely. Land goes unused, causing unemployment and poverty (贫穷). There is also the huge cost of treating landmine victims (受害者).

Their efforts were rewarded in 1996, when a meeting hosted by the Canadian government agreed to write out an international treaty (条约) banning landmines. In December 1997, the treaty was signed, with the support of 122 countries. In five years, Jody Williams and the ICBL have achieved their goal of introducing a landmine ban. The Norwegian Nobel Prize Committee awarded Williams and the ICBL the Nobel Peace Prize in the same year.

To date, more than 156 countries have signed the landmine ban treaty.

21. Which of the following is NOT true according to the text?

A. Jody Williams served during the war in Vietnam.

B. Bobby Muller put forward the idea of banning landmines.

C. Jody Williams received the Nobel Peace Prize in 1997.

D. 122 countries signed the landmine ban treaty in 1997.

22. Jody Williams’ book is about _____.

A. how to reduce the bad effects of landmines

B. what the possible bad effects of landmines are

C. how much it costs to remove the hidden landmines

D. what the government can do to remove the hidden landmines

23. An international treaty banning landmines was made in _____.

A. 1991 B. 1992 C. 1996 D. 1997

B

Earlier this year I traveled to Turkana in Kenya. I was there to take pictures of the “broken food system”.

As a special visitor, I was greeted with songs and dances. The locals used to sing and dance all the time but now Turkana is silent and has been for some years. No one is singing or dancing any more because they have no food, nothing to celebrate. Many of them are surviving on one handful of corn a day and water, which they can get just every two days.

I met Tede Lokapelo, a local farmer who described the experience of a six-year drought (干旱). Tede used to have 200 goats, but now he has only seven left. He told me that this drought has taught him a hard lesson: It is too difficult to keep animals. He lives on animals. His traditional way of life has been completely destroyed now. Without the food aid (援助) they got, Tede is certain that they would starve because there are no other sources to feed themselves left.

Sadly, the same can be heard in almost any developing country around the world. Almost one billion people go to bed hungry each night. The food system is broken. In Turkana, not enough rain has fallen since 2005. They measure rainfall not in days or weeks but in minutes. More and more people are being forced to rely on food aid, but people like Tede don’t want food aid. They want to work and create their own economy. It’s our responsibility to fix the system so that they can support themselves.

Drought is impossible to avoid but famine (饥荒) is manmade, and unless enough money is provided to develop a basic infrastructure (基础设施) for people in the area, thousands more lives are sure to be lost.

24. Why do people in Turkana no longer sing or dance any more?

A. Because they have no time. B. Because they are tired of them.

C. Because they are always hungry. D. Because they have other interesting things to do.

25. Which of the following is NOT true about Tede Lokapelo?

A. He raised 200 goats in the past.

B. He has never received any food aid.

C. His traditional way of life has been changed.

D. He found it hard to raise animals after the drought.

26. According to the text, _____.

A. about one billion people can’t get enough food each day

B. it has never rained since 2005 in Turkana

C. more and more people are willing to rely on food aid

D. what people in Turkana really want is the food aid

27. What’s the author’s purpose in writing the text?

A. To show drought is serious in the world.

B. To tell readers the serious situation of food shortage.

C. To ask more people to give food aid to people in Kenya.

D. To make it clear how to help people suffering from drought.

C

If you’ve never bought organic food, you might be wondering what’s so special about it. Is it really better for you? How does that work? This text will give you a short introduction to the subject.

Organic food is produced without the use of artificial fertilizers or pesticides (insect and bug killers) and many people buy it because they think it’s better for their health. Whether that’s true or not is still debated, but there are lots of other reasons for organic food. Intensive agriculture (集约型农业) gives us cheap and plentiful food, but it’s also one of the biggest sources of environmental pollution. According to a report by the World Resources Institute, half of all the chemical fertilizers ever produced have been used since 1984. Fertilizers — and the much more deadly pesticides(pest killers)and herbicides (weed killers) used with them — finally find their way into rivers and seas. Sometimes they break down harmlessly, but they’re likely to build up in creatures that eat them (including humans). Organic food, grown without artificial chemicals, is one way to help reduce the problem.

Many people find it confusing that organic products are more expensive. After all, you’re doing away with expensive chemicals ... so shouldn’t they be cheaper? Organic farming is typically a more labor-intensive (劳动力密集的)way of farming and that’s why it costs more. As a responsible (有责任的) consumer, it’s up to you to decide where to put your money. Are you happy to buy products that may have been grown in a harmful way? Are you willing to pay more to buy organic products that may help to protect the environment?

28. Which of the following does the author agree on?

A. Organic food is better for people’s health.

B. Organic food is better for the environment.

C. Organic food tastes better than traditional food.

D. Organic food can be produced in great amounts.

29. Why people turn to organic food?

A. Organic food is cheap and has a high output.

B. Organic food use less chemical fertilizers than other food.

C. The use of chemical fertilizers has caused damage to human and environment.

D. Customers want to pay more for food.

30. The underlined words “doing away with” in the last paragraph can best be replaced by “______”.

A. making use of B. getting rid of

C. keeping away from D. taking advantage of

31. What’s the author’s attitude towards organic food?

A. Doubtful. B. Uncertain. C. Worried. D. Supportive.

D

We do not know when man first began to use salt, but we do know that it has been used in many different ways throughout history. Historical evidence shows, for example, that people who lived over 3,000 years ago ate salted fish. Thousands of years ago in Egypt, salt was used to preserve (保存) the dead.

Stealing salt was considered a major crime (罪行) during some periods of history. In the eighteenth century, for example, if a person was caught stealing salt, he could be put in prison and his ears could be cut off.

In the Roman Empire, one of the most important roads was the one that carried salt from the salt mines to Rome. Guards were stationed along the route to protect against salt thieves, and they received their pay in salt, thus bringing the English word, salary. Any guard who fell asleep while on duty was thought to be “not worth his salt”, and as a result he would get a little less salt on his next payday. The expression, “not worth his salt”, is still used today in English.

In the modern world salt has many uses beyond the dining table. It is used in making glass and airplane parts, in the growing of crops, and in the killing of weeds (杂草). It is also used to make water soft, to melt (融化) ice on roads and highways, to make soap, and to fix colors in cloth.

Salt can be got in various ways besides being taken from mines underground. Salt water from the ocean, salt water lakes or small seas can be used to make salt. Yet, no matter where it comes from, salt will continue to play an important role in the lives of people everywhere.

32. According to the text, salt can be used in the following EXCEPT _____.

A. keeping dead bodies

B. punishing thieves

C. protecting crops

D. making industrial products

33. In the Roman Empire many people were employed as guards to _____.

A. protect the city of Rome

B. watch people carrying salt

C. prevent thieves from stealing salt

【贵州学考英语】

D. carry salt from the mines to Rome

34. The expression “not worth his salt” used today refers to the one who _____.

A. fails to do his work well

B. should not be paid in salt

C. doesn’t want to work at all

D. should use less salt

35. The main purpose of the text is to tell readers _____.

A. how salt was found and got

B. salt is important in people’s life

C. salt was difficult to get in the past

D. what salt brings to the English language

第二节

贵州学考英语(五)
贵州省2015-2016学年高二下期末考试英语试题及答案

第二学期期末试卷

高二英语

注意事项:

1.本试卷分第Ⅰ卷(选择题)和第Ⅱ卷(非选择题)两部分,共150分。考试时间120分钟。

2.本试卷主要内容:选修7。

3.答题前,考生在答题卡上务必用直径0.5毫米黑色墨水签字笔将自己的姓名、准 考证号填写清楚,并贴好条形码。请认真核准条形码上的准考证号或学号、姓名和科目。

4. 每小题选出答案后,用2B铅笔把答题卡上对应题目的答案标号涂黑,如需改动,用橡皮擦干净后,再选涂其他答案标号,在试题卷上作答无效。 .........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l .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l0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. When does the woman want the man to pick her up ?

A. At 4:30 B. At 5:00 C. At 5:30

2. What does the woman mean ?

A. Smoking will be punished here .

B. The man can do whatever he likes .

【贵州学考英语】

C. The man had better not smoke here .

3. What is the relationship between the two speakers ?

A. Mother and son .

B. Boss and clerk .

C. Salesman and customer .

4. What does the man think of the woman’s job ?

A. Boring . B. Difficult . C. Interesting .

5. How will the woman go to London ?

A. By car . B. By plane . C. By train .

第二节 (共15小题;每小题1. 5分,满分22 .5分)

听下面5段对话或独自。每段对话或独自后有几个小题,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,各小题给出5秒钟的作答时间。每段对话或独自

贵州学考英语(六)
贵州省2015-2016学年高二下期末考试英语试题及答案

第二学期期末试卷

高二英语

注意事项:

1.本试卷分第Ⅰ卷(选择题)和第Ⅱ卷(非选择题)两部分,共150分。考试时间120分钟。

2.本试卷主要内容:选修7。

3.答题前,考生在答题卡上务必用直径0.5毫米黑色墨水签字笔将自己的姓名、准 考证号填写清楚,并贴好条形码。请认真核准条形码上的准考证号或学号、姓名和科目。

4. 每小题选出答案后,用2B铅笔把答题卡上对应题目的答案标号涂黑,如需改动,用橡皮擦干净后,再选涂其他答案标号,在试题卷上作答无效。 .........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l .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l0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. When does the woman want the man to pick her up ?

A. At 4:30 B. At 5:00 C. At 5:30

2. What does the woman mean ?

A. Smoking will be punished here .

B. The man can do whatever he likes .

C. The man had better not smoke here .

3. What is the relationship between the two speakers ?

A. Mother and son .

B. Boss and clerk .

C. Salesman and customer .

4. What does the man think of the woman’s job ?

A. Boring . B. Difficult . C. Interesting .

5. How will the woman go to London ?

A. By car . B. By plane . C. By train .

第二节 (共15小题;每小题1. 5分,满分22 .5分)

听下面5段对话或独自。每段对话或独自后有几个小题,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,各小题给出5秒钟的作答时间。每段对话或独自

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