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                2017   年重庆一中高             2018  级高二下期期末考试

                               英    语    试    题    卷     2017.6

    英语试题卷共      9 页。满分    150 分。考试时间     120 分钟。
    注意事项:
    1. 答题前,务必将自己的姓名、准考证号填写在答题卡规定的位置上。
    2. 答选择题时,必须使用         2B 铅笔将答题卡上对应题目的答案标号涂黑,如需改动,用橡皮擦擦
干净后,再选涂其他答案标号。
    3. 答非选择题时,必须使用          0.5 毫米黑色签字笔,将答案书写在答题卡规定的位置上。
    4. 所有题目必须在答题卡上作答,在试题卷上答题无效。
第一部分:听力理解(共两节,满分                20 分)
第一节(共     5 小题;每小题      1 分,满分    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 will the woman probably do on Saturday?
  A. See her friend Ben.    B. Go to a restaurant.   C. Go swimming.
2. How many $10 bills does the woman want?
  A. Two.                   B. Three.                C. Four.
3. Where is Melissa’s Café?
  A. Next door to the bakery.
  B. Next to the grocery store.
  C. Across the street from the bakery.
4. What does the woman tell the man?
  A. He should put his bag above his seat.
  B. He can’t keep his bag with him.
  C. He won’t be able to check his bag.
5. What does the man want to find out?
  A. Where the woman goes to school.
  B. How the woman likes college.
  C. If he knows the woman from somewhere.
第二节(共     15 小题;每小题      1 分,满分    15 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 段材料,回答第       6、7 题。
6. What subject is the man poor at?
  A. Science.                B. English.              C. Math.
7. What will the woman do after class?
  A. Help the boy with his homework.
  B. Give something back to the boy.
  C. Lend the boy something.
听第  7 段材料,回答第       8 至 10 题。
8. Why does the woman go to see the man?
  A. She can’t sleep at night.

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  B. She wants to lose weight.
  C. She is sleepy during the day.
9. How does the woman describe her diet?
  A. She eats a low-fat diet.
  B. She eats food with a lot of fat.
  C. She eats enough fruit and vegetables.
10. What was the medical study about?
  A. The relationship between food and feelings.
  B. The health of women.
  C. Differences in diets across the world.
听第  8 段材料,回答第       11 至 13 题。
11. What problem is the man facing?
  A. He doesn’t know where to register.
  B. There are too many choices for courses.
  C. He wants to take the most courses.
12. When will the man probably start the next term?
  A. In April.                B. In September.             C. In December.
13. How many courses should the man take?
  A. At least four.
  B. Up to four.
  C. No more than five.
听第  9 段材料,回答第       14 至 16 题。
14. Which planet do the speakers see first?
  A. Mars.                     B. Saturn.                   C. Venus.
15. What is a shooting star?
  A. A star that’s on fire.
  B. A rock that’s falling toward earth.
  C. A star that hits the earth’s surface.
16. What does the man think might be possible one day?
  A. Discovering life on other planets.
  B. Going back to the moon.
  C. Traveling to Mars.
听第  10 段材料,回答第       17 至 20 题。
17. Where was Lupita born?
  A. In Mexico.                B. In Kenya.                  C. In New York.
18. What is Lupita’s first film?
  A. 12 Years a Slave.         B. In My Genes.               C. East River.
19. In which year did Lupita graduate from the Yale School of Drama?
  A. 2008.                     B. 2009.                      C. 2012.
20. What is Lupita involved in now?
  A. She promotes animal rights.
  B. She helps women and children in Kenya.
  C. She is an ambassador for Mother Health International.

第二部分      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。

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                                          A
                                               Word Processor Operator (操作人员)
                                        Applications are invented for a full-time operator to work
         SOUTH  AIRLINE
                                        in an office associated with the building industry.
Secretary
                                        Experienced operators are preferred.
South Airline is now offering a part time
                                        Starting $17,950.
secretarial position.
                                        Apply in writing to:
The position offers a minimum of 20 hours a
                                        The personnel officer
week, with a view to full-time work in the future.
                                        Hill Morgan Pty Ltd 38 Greenhill Rd.
Phone 899 3264 for an appointment.
                                        Kensington 2033 City College Union Inc

         Secretary/Typist                        Sewing Machinist Wanted
The union is a student-run organization with a Jeans Industry
permanent staff of 20.                  We are an expanding clothing company located
Typing speed: at least 60 wpm.          south of the city. Our clothes include jeans, skirts, jackets
The ability to take shorthand dictation and a and shorts. We are looking for sewing machinist. The
working knowledge of filling procedures are factory works 38 hours a week over 4.5 days. Wages and
essential requirements.                 condition are in line with the current industrial award.
The basic salary for the position is $18,500 per If you are interested, call at our company and pick up an
year.                                   application form from Ripper Jeans, 23 North Ave,
Enquires to R. Barbar 387 5075.         Beau desert.
21. Where will you probably find the above advertisements?
  A. In a middle-school magazine.    B. In a city newspaper.
  C. On a company notice-board.      D. In a traveling guide to a city.
22. What can we learn from the passage?
  A. It is possible to work full time in the future in South Airline.
  B. The basic monthly salary for a typist in City College Union Inc is $18,500.
  C. Wages of a sewing machinist are above average.
  D. Only experienced operators can apply for the job of the word processor operators.
23. According to Sewing Machinist, how can you contact this company?
  A. By phone.   B. By e-mail.  C. By fax.   D. By visit.
                                           B
   Deborah, my grandmother, loved culture and was generous with its gifts. When I was a child, she took
me to museums, restaurants and dances. She showered me with gifts from her travels around the world. But I
can only remember her giving me one book — a book that, to this day, I have not read. She presented me
with her own favorite childhood book: Hans Brinker. My grandmother was happy to share this book with me.
She even decorated the title page with her proud writing.
   I tried to read it. I adored reading, and would dive into a new pile of books from the library all at once.
But something about Hans Brinker just wouldn’t let me in. The story was set in Holland, a long time ago. It
felt dull and unfamiliar — even though I was a fan of classics of other times and places. I simply read the
first pages over and over. I could not progress.
   Standing on a bookshelf in our living room, the book was like something I avoided. It scolded me for not
being interested, for not trying hard enough, for disappointing my grandmother.
   The book started to fit in, almost forgotten, until Deborah asked. Had I read it? Did I like it? Always
determined, she wanted to know the answer. I would make some kind of excuse, feel bad, and open it again,
hoping for a new reaction. The book weighed on me.

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   Years passed and finally Deborah and I both accepted that I would never read Hans Brinker. Eventually I
cleared the book from the shelf. The Hans Brinker experience led me to set a rule that I’ve lived by ever
since: Do not ask about a book given as a gift. Don’t ask, despite your desire to discuss it to grow closer. The
desire for such connection is what gives bookgiving with special meaning — and increases the owner’s
possibility to be a letdown.
   Guilt is basically the same as for all gifts, though. If the giver doesn’t have the pleasure of seeing or
hearing about the gift being enjoyed, and asks whether it is, then the owner — unless she can truthfully say
“yes”— either has to admit to not liking the present, or else lie on the spot. Neither is pleasant. So, don’t ask.
24. What did the author’s grandmother usually do for him when he was a kid?
   A. She took him to travel around the world a lot.
   B. She loved to buy a lot of books for him.
   C. She shared her childhood stories with him.
   D. She gave him many gifts.
25. What does the author think about the book his grandmother gave him?
   A. Boring.   B. Interesting. C. Puzzling.   D. Disappointing.
26. The underlined sentence “The book weighed on me” in Paragraph 4 probably means_____.
   A. the book was too heavy for the author to carry
   B. the author felt stressful facing the book
   C. the book was full of viewpoints carrying weight
   D. the author unwillingly keeps reading the book
27. What does the author learn from the Hans Brinker experience?
   A. Never give others books as gifts.
   B. Never get close to others through gifts.
   C. Never lie to people who give you gifts.
   D. Never talk about the books given as gifts.
                                   C
   A popular Chinese mobile game, “King of Glory,” has been criticized for promoting an inaccurate
representation (展现) of ancient Chinese history.
   State media Guangming Daily published an article on March 28 blaming the game for “distorting
history.” The article claimed that, despite using many famous names from Chinese history, "King of Glory"
completely misrepresented the figures’ true stories and status.
   According to the newspaper, famous poet Li Bai from the Tang Dynasty became an assassin (刺 客 ),
while noted doctor Bian Que from the Spring and Autumn Period was cast as an expert on poison. More than
60 characters in the game were characters from history, including many from the classic novel “Romance of
the Three Kingdoms.”
    “They (the characters in the game) not only travel through time and space to fight together, but also take
on historical figures’ names with no connection at all to their experiences in history,” the newspaper argued,
adding that this characteristic could easily confuse young players. Some 54 percent of the game’s players are
aged between 11 and 20, the newspaper added.
    “King of Glory” is a multiplayer online battle arena (MOBA) game designed by Tencent Games. It was
launched in 2015. In 2016, the total profit of the game reached nearly 7 billion RMB, some 18 percent of the
total profit for mobile gaming in China.
   The Guangming Daily article was met with significant support and approval. Some people pointed to
online search results for the historical figures, which increasingly provide information about the characters in
the game rather than the real historical figures.
   However, some hit back at the criticism, arguing that games are supposed to be creative, and that “King

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of Glory” doesn’t claim to be set in any specific historical period.
    “I am aware that there are many young players, some even in primary school. Some might be affected
by the game in certain ways, but it can do a lot of good if students become interested in the characters and do
more research to that end,” one “King of Glory” player told the People’s Daily Online.
28. What does the underlined word “distorting” in paragragh 2 mean?
  A. Reflecting.      B. Recording.         C. Twisting.         D. Creating.
29. Which is NOT true according to the passage?
  A. About half of the game’s players range from11 to 20 in age.
  B. In 2016 the total profit for mobile games in China amounts to about 39 billion RMB.
  C. You may get information about the assassin Li Bai in the game through a search engine.
  D. Many young players become interested in the historical figures through the game.
30. What is the author’s main purpose of writing the passage?
  A. To explain why the game is popular.
  B. To present that the game has become a target for criticism.
  C. To convince people that the game is distorting history.
  D. To introduce the game to the public.
31. What’s the author’s attitude towards the game?
  A. Objective.      B. Doubtful.       C. Favorable.      D. Disapproving.
                                            D
   Soaping up your hands may do more than just get rid of bacteria. It may wash away the inner stress you
feel right after being forced to make a choice between two attractive choices, according to a new study. The
study builds on the past research into a phenomenon known as “the Macbeth effect”. It turns out that
Shakespeare was really onto something when he imagined Lady Macbeth trying to clean her conscience by
rubbing (擦) invisible bloodstains (血迹) from her hands in his tragedy Macbeth.
   A few years ago, scientists asked people to describe a past wrong act. If people were then given a chance
to clean their hands, they later expressed less guilty (内疚的) than people who hadn’t cleaned.
   This finding interested W. S. Lee, a researcher, “anything from the past, any kind of negative emotional
experiences might be washed away,” says Lee.
   He decided to test hand washing’s effect on one kind of bad feeling: the stress we feel after being forced
to choose between two attractive choices, because picking one choice makes us feel that we’ve lost the other.
People usually try to calm this inner conflict by later exaggerating(夸大)the positive aspects of their choice.
   He had students rank 10 different music CDs. Then he offered students two of the CDs and told them to
select one as a gift. Some students then used liquid soap. Others only looked at the soap or sniffed it.
“Actually, you do not need water and soap,” says Lee.
   Later, the students again had to rank all the music CDs. People who didn’t wash their hands had the
normal response—they scored their take-home CD higher, suggesting that they now saw it as an even more
attractive one than before. But this wasn’t true for the hand washers. They ranked the music about the same.
“They feel no need at all to justify(证明……正确)the choice,” says Lee.
   But Lee also says it’s too soon to know whether people should head for a sink after making a tough
choice. He says washing may help decision-makers by cleaning away mental disorder. But perhaps if they
don’t go through the usual post-decision process of justifying their choice, they might feel more sorrow in
the long run.
32. What is true about “the Macbeth effect”?
   A. Shakespeare used to wash his hands before writing Macbeth.
   B. Macbeth knew about the importance of cleaning hands.
   C. People feel less ashamed after washing their hands.
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   D. Lady Macbeth had a habit of washing hands.
33. In Lee’s experiment, those who didn’t wash their hands after making a choice_____.
   A. felt regretful about their choice
   B. valued their choice more than before
   C. wished they had washed their hands
   D. didn’t care about their choice
34. According to Lee, those hand washers _____.
   A. will surely feel more sorrow in the long run
   B. tend to exaggerate the positive side of their choice
   C. will never regret their choice
   D. consider justifying their choice unnecessary
35. What is the best title of the text?
   A. Benefits of Washing Your Hands
   B. Importance of Justifying Your Choice
   C. Washing Away Your Stress
   D. How to Reduce Choice Anxiety
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。
   Gratitude (感激) is beneficial to both the one giving and the one receiving. You can show gratitude to
others by saying “please and thank you” and “yes (or no) ma’am (or sir).” __36__ It can be as simple as
getting up in the morning and appreciating that you woke up — not everyone has that privilege!
   Instead of getting mad at others, show them gratitude. Make an effort to communicate more effectively
instead of being critical or judgmental. When you are having a hard day at work, take a break and remember
some of the good days that you’ve had that month. __37__
   Research shows that individuals who express gratitude have a more positive outlook on life, better health,
less stress; they are more likely to forgive; and they have stronger relationships.
   __38__ Having a gratitude box reminds us of the feeling we felt when we were “in the moment.” It
allows us to be more mindful and present. So find a medium-sized box you like and start recording all of
your happy memories and events throughout the year. Keep some decorative paper close so that you can jot
(略记)   these memories down and place them in the box. __39__ And you can remember all of the good
times that you have had throughout the year.
   __40__ Be specific when you reflect back on your memory so that you won’t forget any important
details. If possible, be personal and include names when writing down your entry.

A. Instead of the common practice of using a gratitude journal, I started using a gratitude box.
B. You shouldn’t be too critical.
C. You can record your happy memories in the box.
D. There are many reasons for which to express your gratitude.
E. Don’t forget that it is only a bad day, not a bad life.
F. When you are having a bad day, you can reach into your gratitude box.
G. Be creative when writing down what you are grateful for.

第三部分      英语知识运用(共三节,满分             55 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、D)中,选出可以填入空白处的最佳
选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。

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    Last weekend I played badminton against my cousin Eden. It is one of the most __41__ and tiring
games I’ve ever had.
   When Eden first phoned and ___42___ we play, I laughed quietly, figuring on an ___43___ victory. After
all, Eden has never been interested in sport and his idea of ___44___ has always been nothing more
___45___ than lifting a fork to his mouth. ___46___ I can remember, Ed’s been the least physically fit
member in the family, and ___47___ proud of himself. His big stomach has always ballooned out between
his T-shirt and trousers. Although the family often ___48___ about that, Eden refused to buy a ___49___
T-shirt or to lose weight. So when Eden ___50___ for our game not only with the bottom of his shirt
gathered inside his trousers but also with a stomach you could hardly ___51___, I was so surprised that I was
___52___. My cousin must have made an effort to get himself into shape. ___53___, at the point in our
game when I’d have predicted the score to be about 12 to 2 in my favor, it was ___54___ 10 to 12 — and
Eden was ___55___. The sudden realization was painful. We ___56___ to play like two mad men. When the
score was 30 up, I was having serious ___57___ about staying alive until 21 years old, not to mention
___58___ that many points. When the game finally ended, both of us were lying flat on our backs, too tired
to ___59___.
   In a way, I think we both won: I the game, but cousin Eden my ___60___.
41. A. encouraging  B. boring           C. surprising      D. regular
42. A. mentioned    B. suggested        C. declared        D. persuaded
43. A. easy         B. unforgettable    C. unexpected      D. early
44. A. preparation  B. exercise         C. joy             D. fitness
45. A. time-saving  B. comfortable      C. suitable        D. effort-making
46. A. As soon as   B. When             C. As long as      D. Since
47. A. hopefully    B. reasonably       C. eagerly         D. strangely
48. A. cared        B. joked            C. forgot          D. quarreled
49. A. larger       B. straight         C. darker          D. clean
50. A. got up       B. made up          C. gave up         D. showed up
51. A. admire       B. believe          C. notice          D. measure
52. A. nervous      B. curious          C. speechless      D. careless
53. A. After all    B. Above all        C. At last         D. As a result
54. A. Naturally    B. instead          C. still           D. mistakenly
55. A. waiting      B. coming           C. leading         D. falling
56. A. pretended    B. continued        C. stopped         D. decided
57. A. thoughts     B. situations       C. doubts          D. problems
58. A. scoring      B. completing       C. receiving       D. keeping
59. A. play         B. start            C. sleep           D. move
60. A. friendship   B. prize            C. respect         D. doubt

第二节    短文填空(共      10 小题,  每小题   1.5 分,满分   15 分)(原创)
   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。
   The Indian movie Dangal(摔跤吧,爸爸)    __61__ (base) on the true story of Mahavir Singh, __62__
amateur wrestler(摔跤手). He dreamed of seeing his country take home a gold medal, but due to the fact that
he was not helping his family __63__ (finance), Mahavir wasn’t able to go __64__ the gold himself. So
__65__ (draw) upon his past experience as a wrestler, he turned his daughters, Geeta and Babita, into
competitive wrestlers, which is against the standard opinion of __66__ Indian society expected girls to be.
   The movie has gained success since it first __67__ (come) out in December 2016. It has also become the

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first Indian film __68__ (show) at the 7th Beijing International Film Festival.
   The movie receives countless favorable reviews from __69__ (critical) and audiences. Just as Meenalyer
of The Times of India said, “The movie is not only our pride, but __70__ (you) as well.”
第三节    单词拼写,    每空一词(共      10 小题,每题     1 分,满分    10 分)(原创)
    请根据首字母提示及所给汉语意思,在空格处填入正确的单词,并将答案填写在答题卡上(请填
写完整的单词)。
71. He refused to accept my a (道歉) and showed me the door.
72. You should have given us a (预先的)  warning.
73. The result will d (确定地)   turn out to be just the opposite of their wish.
74. The speed here is r (限制)  to 30 miles per hour.
75. Organizers a   (呼吁)  to the crowd not to panic.
76. It doesn’t matter what he says; it is what he does that c (重要).
77. Drunk-drinking can not only cause traffic accidents, but also endanger p (行人).
78. To our r   (宽慰),  the missing child was finally found by the police.
79. Her c     (有争议的)   comment was followed by an awkward silence.
80. This question is r (相对来说)   easy to answer.

第四部分     写作(共两节,满分         35 分)(原创)
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:在错的词下画一横线,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。
     I still remember the day which I moved into my new house 2 years ago. I was busy got my new house
in order. It was not easy because I owned over 800 hundreds books. To make matters worse, the new study
was smaller than before. When I put my books temporary on the floor, they covered every inch of the floor
and I actually had to walk on it to get in or out of the room. Then came my brother to help me put these
books in my bookshelf. He went into a room and got surprising when he saw the floor. “This is the prettiest
carpet I had ever seen,” he said. He stared it for some time, adding “you don’t need any bookshelf at all. You
can let yourself to sit here in your spare time and read your carpet!”
第二节    书面表达     (满分   25 分)
    假设你是学生李华,你发现垃圾分类                (garbage classification) 在你所在城市实行的不太好,而你
的美国朋友     Tom 所在城市垃圾分类却实行得很不错,所以你想邀请                      Tom 来你们学校做个关于垃圾分
类的讲座。请给       Tom 写一封英文信,内容应包括:
    1. 写信目的;
    2. 讲座时间,地点,内容;
    3. 期待回复。
注意:1.   词数   100 左右;
      2. 可以适当增加细节,以使行文连贯。

                                                              出题人:杜       燕
                                                              审题人:张云建
                                          8
                  2017  年重庆一中高             2018   级高二下期期末考试

                                  英    语    答    案     2017.6


听力:
1—5 CACBC           6—10 ABCBA          11—15 BBABB        16—20  CACCA
阅读:
  21—23 BAD         24—27DABB           28—31 CDBA         32—35  CBDC
七选五:
  36—40 DEAFG
完型:
  41—45 CBABD       46—50 CDBAD         51—55 CCDBC        56—60  BCADC
语法填空:
  61. is based  62. an          63. financially 64. for        65. drawing
  66. what      67. came        68. to be shown 69. critics    70. yours
单词拼写:
  71. apology   72. advance     73. definitely 74. restricted  75. appealed
  76. counts    77. pedestrians 78. relief     79. controversial 80. relatively
短文改错:
    I still remember the day^ which I moved into my new house 2 years ago. I was busy got my
                 加 on 或改为   when                                     getting
new house in order. It was not easy because I owned over 800 hundreds books. To make matters
                                                  hundred
worse, the new study was smaller than before. When I put my books temporary on the floor, they
                                                      temporarily
covered every inch of the floor and I actually had to walk on it to get in or out of the room. Then
                                              them
came my brother to help me put these books in my bookshelf. He went into a room and got
                                                          the
surprising when he saw the floor. “This is the prettiest carpet I had ever seen,” he said. He stared^
surprised                                        have                      at
it for some time, adding “you don’t need any bookshelf at all. You can let yourself to sit here in

your spare time and read your carpet!”

写作(略)


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