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                   2016-2017 学年第二学期宝安区期末调研测试卷
                                  高一    英语
                                                                        2017.6
                               (共两卷     满分  150 分)
第一部分听力略
第二部分      阅读(共两节,满分        40 分)
    第一节    阅读理解(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             A、B、C   和  D 项中,选出最佳选项,并在答题卡上将
该项涂黑。
                                      A
    Hello, I’m Severn Susuki speaking for E.C.O. — the Environmental Children’s Organization.
    We are a group of twelve and thirteen-year-olds from Canada trying to make a difference. We 
raised all the money to come here ourselves, to come five thousand miles to tell you adults that 
you must make a change. I’m here to speak for all the generations to come. I’m here to speak on 
behalf of the starving children around the world whose cries go unheard. I’m here to speak for the 
countless animals dying across this planet because they have nowhere left to go.
    I’m afraid to go out in the sun now because of the holes in the ozone. I’m afraid to breathe 
the air because I don’t know what chemicals are in it. I used to go fishing with my dad in 
Vancouver, my hometown, until just a few years ago when we found the fish full of cancers. And 
now we hear about animals and plants going extinct every day — disappearing forever.
    In my life, I have dreamed of seeing the great number of wild animals, jungles and rainforests 
full of birds and butterflies, but now I wonder if they will even exist for my children to see.
    Did you have to worry about these things when you were at my age? All this is happening 
before our eyes and yet we act as if we have all the time and all the solutions.
    Here, you may be government officials, business people, organizers, reporters or Politicians 
— but first of all, you are mothers and fathers, sisters and brothers, aunts and uncles — and each 
of you is somebody’s child.
    I’m only a child, yet I know we are all part of a family. We should act as one single world 
towards one single goal.
11. Why does Susuki come here to speak?
   A. To encourage more children to join E.C.O..
   B. To show the achievements E.C.O. has made.
   C. To call for more efforts to protect the environment.
   D. To raise money for the wildlife in Canada.
12. Why does the writer no longer go fishing in his hometown?
   A. Fishing does harm to the environment. B. The number of fish is decreasing.
   C. Fishing is now not allowed in Vancouver. D. Fish are found suffering from pollution.
13. What does the underlined sentence suggest?
   A. The environment has become worse than before.
   B. Children in the past lived a happier life.
   C. Growing older, humans damage the environment more.
   D. Today children are doing what adults should do.
14. Who is the speech delivered to?
   A. Twelve and thirteen-year-olds.       B. Powerful or influential adults.
   C. Parents of the kids of E.C.O..       D. People helped by E.C.O..
                                      B
    The last day of my trip in India was a nightmare. I didn’t realize how bad the traffic was until 
the taxi I took was stuck in the street crowded with all kinds of vehicles, moving a few inches 
every ten minutes. So I missed my flight back to China. It resulted in at least 12 hours that I had to 
spend waiting in the airport for any further information. Fortunately, the international airport was 
like a mini-art gallery. Sculptures (雕塑) and paintings were scientifically placed to help viewers 
fight against feeling bored. Besides, big sofas and soft seats were arranged for privacy and comfort, 
where it was a good pastime to go over the books I had about Indian history.
    Eventually I learned that there was a direct flight to Beijing, but to get the ticket I had to pay 
as much as 85,000 Rupees (卢比,货币单位).    A price for my terrible arrangement of time, I 
thought. I could barely stand. It had been a long time without any sleep. I went to the counter of 
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Air China again, with little hope for any help. Surprisingly, they bothered themselves to bargain 
with someone I didn’t know at all on the other end of the phone, and finally managed to get me a 
ticket at the price of only 42,000 Rupees. Words couldn’t express how grateful I felt.
    These lost, confused, shocked and grateful feelings are unforgettable as I look back at this 
trip to India. The pictures that I took at both famous World Heritage sites and unknown street 
corners keep reminding me of the amazing days in the country, and I know where to head next 
time. Many places there are still on my “Bucket List” (愿望清单), to be crossed out by my future 
travels.
15. What might the writer have done in the airport to kill time?
   A. Visiting an art gallery nearby.  B. Reading something he had.
   C. Sleeping in a comfortable sola.  D. Searching for flight information.
16. What did the writer think was the reason why he had to pay much?
   A. He set off too late for the airport. B. The traffic was bad in the city.
   C. There were too few flights to Beijing. D. The airport staff were not helpful.
17. How did the writer finally get a flight back home?
   A. He bought a ticket for another flight.
   B. The airport found him a seat in another flight.
   C. Air China staff took him with them.
   D. He gave some money to an Indian officer.
18. What can we infer from the last part of the text?
   A. He is tired of traveling to India. B. India is worth visiting many times.
   C. Most World Heritage sites are in India. D. Everyone should have a Bucket List
                                      C
    Harmonium (《簧风琴》)is    a book of poetry by American poet Wallace Stevens (1879-
1955). It was his first book, published in 1923. The book is a collection of 85 poems different in 
length from just a few lines to several hundred.
    Educated at Harvard University and New York Law School, Wallace Stevens lived in 
Hartford, Connecticut for most of his life, working at an insurance company. He wrote poems in 
the evenings, and on his way to and from work. Harmonium is an unusual book of his — his first 
book, it didn’t come out until he was 44 years old, representing the cumulative (累积的) poetic 
works of his life up until that point.
    Now  considered one of the greatest contributions to modern poetry, Harmonium was not 
fully recognized until the last years of Stevens’ life. Harmonium is also unusual in being entirely 
song-like and musical. It is a mix of not only pure and philosophical (哲学的) thoughts, but also 
imaginary and disordered lines of words. To most readers, Harmonium is especially good in the 
various ways Stevens put his thoughts in poetry. There are popular short poems full of imaginative 
details and attention to sound, and there are longer and more philosophical poems with the weight 
and importance of epic poetry (史诗).
    Although many of the poems he wrote throughout his lifetime are about the natural beauty of 
Connecticut, his poems came out perhaps more truly from inside an imaginative poetic beauty, as 
he wrote:
                   I was the world in which I walked, and what I saw
                      Or heard or felt came not but from myself;
                 And there I found myself more truly and more strange.
19. Why is Harmonium an unusual book of the writer?
   A. It was his first and only book. B. It came out in his last years of life.
   C. It was a result of his part-time job. D. It shows his years of work on poetry.
20. As a great work of modem poetry, what is special of Harmonium?
   A. It is a collection of only 85 poems.
   B. It first puts philosophical thoughts in poetry.
   C. Various in form, the poems all sound beautiful.
   D. Connecticut becomes belter because of the poems.
21. Which of the following can be the best title of the text?
   A. Wallace Stevens: a special poet. 
   B. A hobby makes a brilliant poet.
   C. Harmonium: beautiful modem poetry.
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   D. To know Connecticut, read Harmonium.
                                      D
    A severe storm can be a disaster if there are no enough plants to absorb the large quantities of 
water. Not long ago, a sudden rain in Los Angeles killed twenty people. But despite its suddenness, 
a rainstorm — or any rainfall — is the result of a complex chain of events.
    I used to think that rain was started when the cloud somehow forced out its water, as we 
would press a sponge (海绵). But it’s not the way it happens.
    The tiny droplets (水滴) that create a cloud are far apart from each other. They are actually as 
far apart, if we think about their size, as the earth and the moon are. Yet there are so many of them 
in a cloud that they seem to form something huge, just like how the Milky Way is formed. Each of 
the cloud droplets may be less than 1/10,000 of an inch across, yet they are floating by themselves, 
in millions.
    Each droplet changes as the air condition changes. When its size increases, it becomes 
heavier, until the air can no longer hold it up. Then it begins to fall.
    A raindrop can be about a million times the size of a cloud droplet. When the drops reach a 
width of about 1/200 of an inch, they are likely to fall as a gentle mist (雾) At 1/50 of an inch, and 
if there is little wind, they will fall at about the same speed, and the earth receives no more than a 
light rain. But when wind mixes the drops of different sizes falling at different speeds, the bigger 
drops will overtake the smaller, slower ones. They will combine into bigger and bigger drops. It is 
just in this way that the heavy drops of a thunderstorm are formed.
22. Under what condition is it likely for us to see a rain?
   A. The cloud presses out its water.
   B. There are no enough plants on the ground.
   C. There is a sudden wind.
   D. Cloud droplets are too heavy to float.
23. What does the writer want to explain by mentioning the earth and the moon in the third 
paragraph?
   A. What cloud really is.        B. The distance between droplets.
   C. How big a droplet is.        D. The formation of the Milky Way.
24. What’s the major difference between a mist and a light rain?
   A. The strength of winds.       B. The speed of their falling.
   C. The size of the droplets.    D. The damage they cause.
25. What is the key reason that turns a light rain into a heavy one?
   A. The cloud.    B. The speed.  C. The thunder.     D. The wind.

    第二节    (共  5 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。在答题卡上将相应选项涂黑。
                          Things Positive People Don’t Do
    Positive people don’t have a magical power that you don’t possess. Instead of letting stress 
control them, positive people take control of their life by managing stress and trying to improve 
every day.    26   
    They don’t forget little things.
    Is it easy to forget little things? Certainly, But positive people don’t make a habit of it. 
Instead, they express gratitude for every blessing, no matter how big or small it is.    27   
    They don’t see problems as problems.
       28      They believe that every trouble comes as an opportunity that is yet to be 
discovered. They take the chance to challenge themselves and improve themselves.
       29   
    Positive people don’t fall for “lose weight fast” or “get rich quick” lies. They know that 
anything worth having requires hard work. They are comfortable with the fact that achieving 
success might take a bit longer than they expect.
    They don’t hold on to hate.
    Positive people understand that hate only causes pain in life over and over again, so they let 
go of it.    30    And they will move on with what they have learned from the pains.
A. They don’t think life is perfect.
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B. They choose to accept and forgive.
C. They don’t expect something for nothing.
D. Problems are seen as challenges for positive people.
E. Check out the following things they don’t do, and reflect on yourself.
F. In fact, it’s the little things that usually decide whether success finally comes.
G. Positive people explore the world with enthusiasm and curiosity, asking as many questions as 
they can.

第三部分     语言知识及应用(共两节。满分              45 分)
    第一节     完形填空(共      20 题;每小题     1.5 分,满分   30 分)
    阅读下面短文,掌握其大意,然后从                31~50 各题所给我     A、B、C    和 D 项中,选出最
佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。
    Life has a way of tapping us on the shoulder and whispering, “Pay attention to this.” It 
happens when we least    31    it. One such lesson    32    itself to me when I was in 
junior high school.
    One day, as usual, we were changing classes with the loud    33    made by voices and 
feet as we moved down the hall. Suddenly, I noticed a new sound    34    those familiar ones 
surrounding me. What    35    my attention was some kind of metal hitting the floor, mixed 
with    36    footsteps. I looked over and searched the area. There on the stairs was a girl, who    
37      full leg braces (支架) and special shoes, making her way down. It was Rochelle, a 
newcomer to the school. Wherever she went, she carried the reminders of polio (小儿麻痹症).
    Although more than fifty year have passed, I    38    clearly remember what happened 
then. She suddenly fell down, and like a snowball going downhill, she    39    heavily at the 
bottom of the stairway.    40   , people around rushed toward her, with arms    41    out to 
help. But one word from Rochelle stopped them. “No!” she said, as she    42    face down on 
the floor. I remained rooted where I was,    43   , holding my breath. Rochelle lifted her head. 
We found her eyes filled with tears.
    Then, this    44    girl pushed herself up and with an effort, rose to her own    45   . 
This was not the only time she    46   . She held her head high, accepted the    47    books 
which a boy carefully held out to her, and made her way through us to her next    48   .
    The whole accident took no more than a couple of    49   , but that day I learned about the    
50    of spirit. Rochelle taught a life’s positive lesson to a great many others, in her own quiet 
way.
31. A. expect       B. consider        C. ignore       D. refuse
32. A. donated      B. presented       C. pulled       D. lent
33. A. music        B. bell            C. noise        D. speech
34. A. created to   B. led to          C. added to     D. stuck to
35. A. paid         B. escaped         C. caught       D. blocked
36. A. familiar     B. heavy           C. pleasant     D. regular
37. A. moved        B. knocked         C. wore         D. held
38. A. even         B. still           C. never        D. almost
39. A. landed       B. stood           C. arrived      D. stopped
40. A. Before long  B. For a time      C. In the short run D. In no time
41. A. taking       B. pushing         C. reaching     D. getting
42. A. lay          B. sat             C. looked       D. jumped
43. A. frozen       B. forbidden       C. hidden       D. forgotten
44. A. frightened   B. disappointed    C. exciting     D. amazing
45. A. legs         B. hands           C. knees        D. feet
46. A. moved on     B. fell over       C. came up      D. stood out
47. A. dropped      B. colorful        C. new          D. thick
48. A. floor        B. door            C. friend       D. class
49. A. seconds      B. minutes         C. hours        D. periods
50. A. lack         B. change          C. limits       D. strength
    第二节     语篇填空(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)或括号单词的正确形式。将答
案写在答题卷的相应位置。
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    What do  young people think about the future of urban life? A teacher at    51    
university asked his students to think about    52    they would run a city in the year 2025. 
Here are some of their ideas.
    In the future city, all shopping will    53    (do) online so shopping malls will no longer 
exist. All cars will be powered by,    54    (electric), solar energy or wind. Senior citizens and 
people with    55     (disability) will be able to go anywhere in the world using high-tech 
cameras    56    (attach) to their heads. Traveling in space will be common, and each city will 
have    57    (it) own spaceport. What’s more, all forms of recreation, such as    58    (go) 
to the cinema and playing bowling, will be free of charge. A crazy idea to fight garbage problem is 
that the city will load huge spaceships    59    waste materials and send them towards the sun, 
so as to prevent landfill and    60    *environment) problems.

                                    第二卷

第四部分     写作(共三节,满分         50 分)
    第一节     句子翻译(共      5 小题,每小题      3 分,满分   15 分)
    必须使用句子后面括号内的提示词(使用适当形式)和要求完成翻译。
61. 在音乐会和剧院里,鼓掌被认为是一种普遍接受的习惯,为的是向演员们表达敬意。
    (clapping; consider; universal)
    ___________________________________________________________________________
    ___________________________________________________________________________
62.       今天,火箭是一种非常先进的机器;我们用它把宇航员们送入太空。(advanced; 
   which/that 引导的定语从句)
    ___________________________________________________________________________
    ___________________________________________________________________________
63.      每旅行到一处,他就寄给自己一张明信片,上面是自己写的一段话。(everywhere; 
message)
    ___________________________________________________________________________
    ___________________________________________________________________________
64. 在中国文化里,龙是慷慨的、聪明的,虽然他们看起来也许有点吓人。(generous; scary)
    ___________________________________________________________________________
    ___________________________________________________________________________
65. 一个  2003 年进行的调查表明,当时大多数人都支持这项计划。(carry out; suggest)
    ___________________________________________________________________________
    ___________________________________________________________________________
    第二节     短文改错(共      10 小题,每小题      1 分,满分   l0 分)
    假定英语课上,英语老师要求同桌之间相互修改作文。请你修改你同桌写的以下作文。
文中共有    10 处错误,每句中最多         2 处。每处错误仅涉及一个单词的增加、删除或修改。
    增加:在缺词处添加一个漏字符号(∧),并在其下面写出该加的词;
    删除:把多余的词用删除号(\)删掉;
    修改:在错词下划一横线,并在该词下面写出修改后的词。
    注意:1.   每处错误及其修改,均仅限一词;
          2. 只允许修改    10 处,多者(从第       11 处起)不计分。
    Northwest China is part of the sandstorm centre in Central Asia. Sandstorms begins in desert 
areas. In China, they have increased as the result of desertification. This is because of climate 
changes or because people cut down tree and dig up grass.
    Sandstorms sometimes serious affect Beijing. Citizens wake up to orange sky and strong 
winds in which bring thick dust. To the western of the city, a desert lies only 250 kilometres away, 
get closer year by year. To prevent them, the government has already plant more than 30 billion 
trees.

    第三节     书面表达(25    分)
    假如你是李华,计划和你班同学去参加某一社区组织的环保活动。该活动由一个热心
环保的公司赞助。请给外教            Mandy 写封邮件,邀她一同前往,内容包括:
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    1. 出发及返回时间、地点;
    2. 出行方式:骑自行车;
    3. 活动内容:宣传垃圾分类;派发环保垃圾袋;清除社区内乱张贴的小广吿。
注意:
    1. 词数  100 左右;
    2. 可以适当增加细节,以使行文连贯;
    3. 开头和结尾已经给出,不计入词数。
    *单词提示:社区       community (n.)          赞助  sponsor (vt.)
               垃圾分类    garbage classification 小广告 little adds
    Dear Mandy,
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                                                                      Yours,
                                                                      Li Hua
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