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. Where does this conversation take place
A. At a hospital. B. At a department store. C. At a restaurant.
2. How much is the food and drink
A.$2.65. B. $2.75. C. $2.95.
3. Whats the man doing
A. Watching TV. B. Turning down the TV. C. Answering the phone.
4. According to the man, what does he like to do if possible
A. To visit museums.
B. To make a good plan.
C. To visit the Modern Museum.
5. What news did the woman get from the man
A. Sam will leave New York very soon.
B. Sams sister will leave for Los Angeles very soon.
C. Sams sister will leave for New York very soon.
第二节(共15小题; 每小题1.5分, 满分22.5分)
听一下面5段对话或独白。每段对话或独白后有几个小题, 从每题所给的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。
6. Who could the man be
A. A mana ger. B. A policeman. C. The womans husband.
7. Where was the wallet found
A. In the restroom. B. Under the table. C. On th e table.
8. What are the speakers talking about
A. Buying a car. B. Choosing a gift. C. Using a computer.
9. Whats the relationship between the two speakers
A. Husband and wife. B. Professor and student. C. Salesman and customer.
10. What do we know about the person mentioned by the speakers
A. Maybe he likes something expensive.
B. He is surely over sixty years old.
C. He must be fond of learning.
11. Why does the girl borrow money from her father
A. To see a film. B. To watch a play. C. To go to a concert.
12. How much money does the girl need
A. Eighteen dollars. B. Thi rty-six dollars. C. Fifty-four dollars.
13. How many children want to go to the concert
A. One. B. Two. C. Three.
14. What are the two speakers nationalities
A. British and Chinese. B. Chinese and French. C. Chinese and American.
15. What problem was a newspaper article about
A. The problem of rapid growth of cars in cities in America.
B. The problem of rapid growth of cities in America.
C. The problem of rapid growth of skyscrapers.
16.Do Americans carry out a birth control policy
A. Yes, they do. B. No, they dont. C. We cant know.
17. What attitudes do most Americans take towards having children
A. Most Americans decide not to have any children.
B. Most Americans decide to have as many children as they can.
C. Most Americans decide to have only one or two children.
18. Why does the speaker give the lecture
A. To give some advice on the cycling tour.
B. To explain the advantages of the cycling tour.
C. To tell the listeners what to take for the cycling tour.
19. What should the cyclists not do during the cycling tour
A. Ride as far and quickly as possible.
B. Take water in summer.
C. Enjoy the riding itself.
20. In cold weather what should cyclists do first when they stop riding
A. Enjoy nature. B. Put on warm clothes. C. Drink plenty of water.
1. --Excuse me, Dad, but Im going to the club to meet my friends in the football team.
-- Ok. _____.
A. Good luck B. Congratulations C. With pleasure D. Have fun
2. He got _____ in the battle.
A. damaged B. harme d C. hurt D. wounded
3. This is the first time that I _____ at the meeting.
A. had spoken B. have spoken C. spoke D. speak
4. We discussed where to go for a whole morning, but we decided to stay at home_____.
A. at the end B. by the end
C. in the end D. on end
5. The boy asked his mother _______ go out to relax himself or not.
A. whether could he B. if he could C. that he could D. whether he could
6. Tonnys parents thought he was at school, but ______ he was in an Internet bar.
A. actually B. at present C. especially D. fortunately
7. Is this the factory ______ you visited last week .
A. where B. which C. to which D. in which
8. His whole school education _____ only 2 years because of his illness.
A. added up B. added up to C. added to D. was added up to
9. He is such a man that _________ his clothes very much.
A. cares about B. cares for C. takes care D. takes care of
10. The book which he devoted himself _____ a wonderful one .
A to was B was to C were to D to were
11. Mikes father, as well as his mother, commanded that he _____ home.
A. stayed B. could stay C. stay D. has stayed
12. I dont think she is a nice woman; I am _____ her empty talk.
A. grateful for B. tired of C. crazy about D. concerned about
13. You cant imagine what great trouble I had ____ his address.
A. to find B. of finding C. finding D. about finding
14. As a young man, Comrade Zhou Enlai _____ the students movements and later _____ the Communist Party of China.
A. joined; took part in B. took part in; joined
C. joined in; took part in D. took part in; joined in
15. His grandfather joined the army in 1940 and only when the war was over in 1945 back home.
A.he came B.he did come
C.came he D.did he come
When I was 16 years old,I made my first visit to the United States.It wasnt the first time I had been 31 .Like most English children I learned French 32 school and I had often been to France,so I 33 speaking a foreign language to people who didnt understand 34 .But when I went to America I was really looking forward to 35 a nice easy holiday without an 36 problems.
37 wrong I was!The misunderstanding began at the airport.I was looking for a 38 telephone to give my American friend Danny a 39 and tell her that I had arrived.A friendly old man saw me looking lost and asked 40 he could help me. Yes, I said, I want to give my friend a ring. Well, thats 41 , he exclaimed. Are you getting 42 But arent you a bit _ 43 Who i s talking about marriage I replied. I 44 want to give my friend a ring to tell her Ive arrived. Can you tell me 45 th eres a phone box Oh! he said, theres a phone downstairs.
When at last we 46 meet up, Danny explained the misunderstandings to me. Dont worry, she said to me. I had so many 47 at first. There are lots of words which the Americans 48 differently in meaning from us British. Youll soon get used to 49 funny things they say. Most of the 50 British and American people understand each other!
31. A. out B. away C. outside D. abroad
32. A. from B. during C. at D. after
33. A. get used to B. was used to C. used to D. used
34. A. English B. French C. Russian D. Latin
35. A. buying B. having C. giving D. receiving
36. A. time B. human C. language D. money
37. A. Too B. What a C. What D. How
38. A. cheap B. popular C. public D. good
39. A. letter B. ring C. news D. information
40. A. that B. if C. where D. when
41. A. well B. over C. nice D. ring
42. A. to marry B. to be married C. marrying D. married
43. A. small B. little C. old D. young
44. A. very B. just C. just now D. so
45. A. where B. in which C. over there D. that
46. A. did B. do C. could D. had
47. A. trouble B. difficulties C. things D. fun
48. A. write B. speak C. use D. read
49. A. every B. these C. some D. all the
50. A. chan ce B. situation C. condition D. time
Will it matter if you dont have your breakf ast A short time ago , a test was given in the United States. People of different ages, from 12 to 83, were asked to have a test . During the test , these people were given all kinds of breakfasts , and sometimes they got no breakfast at all. Scientists wanted to see how well their bodies worked when they had different kinds of breakfasts.
The rules show that if a person eats a right breakfast , he or she will work better than if he or she has no breakfast. If a student has fruit , eggs, bread and milk before going to school ,he or she will learn more quickly and listen more carefully in class.
The result is opposite to what some people think . Having no breakfast will not help them lose weight . This is because they are so hungry at noon that eat too much for lunch . They will gain weight instead of losing it . You will lose weight if you reduce your other meals.
1. During the test , the people were given _________.
A. no breakfast at all .
B. different breakfast or sometimes none
C. very rich breakfasts
D. little food for breakfast
2. Scientists wanted to know whether __________.
A. breakfast had any effect on work and studies.
B. people were interested in breakfast
C. breakfast did harm to people s health
D. people would work better without breakfast
3. According to the passage , some people think without breakfast they will ____
A. lose weight B. get a good result in their work
C. gain weight D. not be hungry at all.
4 . Which of the following sciences is not right
A. It is bad for your health to have no breakfast.
B. No breakfast and more lunch may make you fatter.
C. The more breakfast you have, the more quickly you will learn in class.
D. If you dont eat much for lunch and supper , you may lose weight.
Each year there is an increasing number of cars on roads and streets as millions of new cars and trucks are produced . One out of every six Americans work at putting together the pars of cars , driving trucks , building roads or filling cars and trucks with gas. Americans wont live without cars!
Most Americans would find it hard to think what life would look like without cars. However , some have realized the serious problems of the air pollution that is caused by the car. The polluted air becomes poisonous and dangerous to health.
One way to get rid of the polluted air is to build a car that does not pollute. That s what several of the large car factories have been trying to do . But to build a clean car is easier said than done. Progress in this field has been slow.
Anoth er way is to take the place of the car engine by something else. Inventors are now working on steam cars as well as electric cars. Many makers believe that it will take years to develop a practical model that pleases man.
To prevent the world from being polluted by cars, well have to make some changes in the way many of us live. Americans , for example , have to cut down on the number of their total cars. They are encouraged to travel and go to work by bicycle . Bicycling is thought to h elp keep the air clean.
But this change does not come easily -a large number of workers may find themselves without jobs if a car factory closes down. Thus the problem of air pollution would become less important than that of unemployment.
Although cars have led us to a better life, they have also brought us new problems.
5. How many ways to get rid of air pollution are suggested in this article by the writer
A. One B. Two C. Three D. Four
6. Large car factories are trying to build a clean car, ___________.
A. which is clean itself B. which is used to clean streets
C. which does not pollute the air D. which is easier to make
7. If the number of cars is cut down , the most serious problem to American workers is __________.
A. to have no work to do B. to keep the air clean
C. to get a better life D. to go to work by bike
8. What is the conclusion of the writer
A. Bicycling is the only way out .
B. The number of cars must be cut down .
C .Cars bring us nothing but serious problems.
D. Cars bring us not only a better life but serious problems.
Almost every family in America or England buys at least one copy of a newspaper each day. Some people buy as many as two or three different papers.
Why do people read newspapers
Newspapers supply us with news about events in our hometowns, in our country, and in other parts of the world. Today we can read about important things that took place in foreign countries on the same day they happened, even in countries far away. But hundreds of years ago, news of things took months or even years to travel from one country to another. In those times, news was often passed from one person to another and never completely true. Newspapers today supply us with more than just what happened in our country or in other countries. If we want to know what the weather will be like, we can read the weather reports. If we want to find out what films are being shown, or what plays or concerts we can go to we can look in the newspapers.
In many countries people put notices in newspapers if they are trying to get a job, hunting for a house or rooms that they can rent, or even when looking for a person who is lost.
9.This article tells us ________.
A. most people in America or England read newspapers every day
B. all people in America or England read newspapers every day
C. every person in America or England reads newspapers every day
D. all families in America or England read newspapers every day
10. Newspapers supply us with ________.
A. only home news B. only world news
C. home news and world news D. important things
11. Today we can read in our newspapers about important events________.
A. that took place hundreds of years ago
B. that took place in faraway countries soon after they happened
C. that will take place in foreign countries
D. that will take place in the world
12. Which is NOT TRUE according to the passage
A. The habit of reading newspapers is found among most people.
B. Newspapers not only supply us with news from all over the world but also give us a lot of useful information.
C. Hundreds of years ago news was not completely true because it was told in spoken words.
D. If you have no place to live in, you can put notice in a newspaper and then you will certainly get a room to live in.
When I was growing up, I was embarrassed (困惑) to be seen with my father. He was badly crippled (跛脚) and very short , and when we would walk together, his hand on my arm for balance, p eople would stare. I would be ashamed of the unwanted attention. If ever noticed or bothered, he never let on.
It was difficult to walk together-his steps slow, mine impatien t-and because of that, we didnt say much and we went along. But as we started out, he always said, You set the pace. I will try to follow you.
Our usual walk was to or from the subway (地铁), which was how he got to work. He wen t to work sick, and even in bad weather. He almost never missed a day, and would make it to the office even if others could not .It was a matter of pride for him.
When snow or ice was on the ground, it was impossible for him to walk , even with help. At such times my sister or I would pull him through the streets of Brooklyn, N. Y., on a childs sleigh to the subway entrance .Once there, he would try to grasp handrail until he reached the lower steps that the warmer tunnel air kept ice free. In Manhattan the subway station was the basement of his office building, and he would not have to go outside again until we met him in Brooklyn on his way home.
When I think of it now, I am surprised at how much courage it must have tak en for a grown man to suffer from shame and disability. And I am also surprised at how he did it -- without bitterness or complaint.
He never talked about himself as an object of pity, nor did he show any envy of the more fortunate or able. What he looked for in others was a good heart, and if he found one, the owner was good enough for him.
Now that I am older, I believe that is a proper standard (标准) by which to judge people, even though I still dont know exactly what a good heart is. But I know the times I dont have one myself.
He has been away many years now, but I think of him often. I wonder if he sensed my reluctance to be seen with him during our walks. If he did, I am sorry I never told him how sorry I was, how unworthy I was, how I regretted it. I think of him when I complain about my troubles, when I am envious of anothers good fortune, when I dont have a good heart.
59. How did the man treat his father when he was young
A. He helped his father happily.
B. He never helped his father.
C. He helped his father, but not very happily.
D. He only helped his father take a walk after supper.
60. As a disabled man, his father____.
A. didnt work very hard
B. didnt go to work from time to time
C. hated those who had good fortune
D. was happy and satisfied, and never lost hope
61. What does the word reluctance mean in the article It means ___.
A. anger B. sadness C. happiness D. unwillingness
62. How did the father get to work usually
A. By subway. B. By bus. C. By wheelchair. D. By bike
1. The childrens mother was very c________ about their safety when they didnt come back from school at the usual time.
2. I s________ from a bad cold the other day. It took me days to get rid of it.
3. He will g__________ from the Peking University in four years.
4. The boss was _______(完全地)satisfied with what the workers had done.
5. He music is very popular with ________(青少年).
6. You must tell me which kind of _________(交通;运输) you prefer to use.
7. It is said that a group of ________(德国人) will pay a vi sit to our school this week.
8. I want to have a talk with her, but she i________ me and went away.
9. The boy fell in love with the pretty girl g_________(逐渐的).
10. There is so much _______(苦难)in this world.
11. He was one of the______(裁判员)at the boxing match.
12. After the battle they b______ __ the dead.
13. In prison Mandela never gave up his poli tical ____________(原则).
某英文网站就City and Country Life 话题展开讨论。请根据以下要点写一篇短文参与他们的讨论。
城市生活 1. 交通便利、就业机会多、生活条件好;
2. 生活压力大 3. 空气污染严重。
乡村生活 1. 生活宁静 2.环境优美;
3. 交通不便 4. 信息不畅通。高一英语上册期末考试试题答案
1.听力 1-5 CBCAB 6-10 BABAA 11-15 CBCCB 16-20 BCAAB
2.单选：1-5 DDBCD; 6-10 ABBAB; 11-15 CBCBD;
5.单词： 1. concerned; 2. suffered; 3. graduate; 4. entirely;
5.teenagers; 6. transport; 7. Germans; 8. ignored; 9. gradually
10. suffering 11. judges 12. buried 13. principle