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江西省九江一中2017-2018学年高二下学期期末考试英语试卷

  • 江西
  • 2018-07-11
  • 高二年级
  • 期末考试
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收藏 纠错 题号:8682461 题型:听力题 日期:2018-07-11 试题难度:中等

来源:江西省九江一中2017-2018学年高二下学期期末考试英语试卷

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 is the boy going to meet the girl?
A. At the café.
B. At the bus stop.
C. At the pool.
2. What is the woman going to do?
A. Do some typing.
B. Complete her paper.
C. Have lunch.
3. How will the woman help the man?
A. By buying him a book.
B. By driving him to the bookstore.
C. By showing him the way to the bookstore.
4. Why didn’t the woman buy the coat?
A. It was expensive.
B. Her friend has the same one.
C. She wanted to buy it on the Internet.
5. What are the speakers mainly discussing?
A. A doctor.
B. A classmate.
C. A country.
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 is the relationship between the speakers?
A. Interviewer and interviewee.
B. Customer and salesperson.
C. Co-workers.
7. What will the speakers do this afternoon?
A. Do a survey.
B. Make a form.
C. Meet the director.
听第7段材料,回答第8至10题。
8. What do the club members have to wear?
A. Golf shoes.
B. Golf trousers.
C. Club sweaters.
9. How much is a lesson for children one hour?
A. £2.
B. £4.
C. £8.
10. What do we know about the Westwood Golf Club?
A. It has a swimming pool.
B. Club members can meet guests there.
C. Teachers there often give group lessons.
听第8段材料,回答第11至13题。
11. What will Rachel do?
A. Hold a house-warming party.
B. Give birth to a baby.
C. Get married.
12. What does the man think of the gift for Bonnie?
A. Suitable.
B. Useless.
C. Expensive.
13. What does the woman mean in the end?
A. She can’t work out the cost of gifts.
B. She will buy some expensive gifts.
C. She will spend much on gifts.
听第9段材料,回答第14至17题。
14. What is the improvement of the man’s new balloon?
A. It can carry more fuel.
B. It is easier to land.
C. It is lighter.
15. What did the man find difficult on his last flight?
A. He had too little sleep.
B. He couldn’t eat the food.
C. His radio didn’t work properly.
16. What will the man leave behind this time?
A. Maps.
B. Books.
C. His sleeping bag.
17. What does the man want to do in the future?
A. Sail around the world.
B. Fly a small plane alone.
C. Climb the seven highest mountains.
听第10段材料,回答第18至20题。
18. How much is the group ticket to the castle?
A. $6.5.
B. $3.5.
C. $3.
19. Who should the students give money to?
A. The speaker.
B. Mrs. Gifford.
C. The school secretary.
20. What should the students take?
A. Some lunch.
B. A worksheet.
C. A pen.

收藏 纠错 题号:8682477 题型:阅读理解 日期:2018-07-11 试题难度:较易

来源:江西省九江一中2017-2018学年高二下学期期末考试英语试卷

Drawing and Painting Classes
Intro to Portrait(肖像) Drawing/Painting (ages 12 and up, all levels welcome)
Oscar Peterson
6 weeks: Tuesdays, July l1-August 15
4:00-6:00pm
$175 members/$195 non-members
    Students will learn the techniques used to start, establish, and finish a painting or a drawing, using different methods. While learning the fundamental principles of light and structure, students will learn to draw pictures that look realistic。
Drawing and Painting from Photographs (teens and adults
Margaret Fanning
3 weeks: Wednesdays, August 2-16
4:00-6:00pm
$100 members/$115 non-members
    Photographs have served as inspiration for artists since the early 19th century. Learn to interpret photographs in your own way with new painting techniques. Create an impressionist landscape(风景画)or a realistic portrait. This class is perfect for beginners as well as experienced painters.
Drawing and Painting for Ages 9-12
Doug Schiller
6 weeks: Wednesdays, September 20-October25
4:00-5:30pm
$150 members/$170 non-members
    This course is a perfect way to introduce young artists to a variety of different materials, techniques, and the fundamental principles of drawing and painting. Students will strengthen established skills, as they have fun developing a new understanding of color and composition. No previous experience required.
Intro to Illustration(插图)and Cartooning for Teens and Adults
Stefano Junior
3 weeks: Saturdays, July 15, 22, 29
11:00am-1:00pm
$100 members/$115 non-members
    Students will learn the basics of human body drawing, expressive line gesture, cartooning through different mediums used in illustration picture books. All levels welcome.
1.How much should a non-member pay for the course Drawing and Painting from Photographs?
A.$100.
B.$115.
C.$150.
D.$170.
2.If you re interested in cartooning, you should attend the course taught by_________.
A.Oscar Peterson
B.Margaret Fanning
C.Doug Schiller
D.Stefano Junior
3.What do the four classes have in common?
A.They are intended for teens.
B.Experience is unnecessary.
C.They last over a month.
D.Class time is optional.

收藏 纠错 题号:8682491 题型:阅读理解 日期:2018-07-11 试题难度:中等

来源:江西省九江一中2017-2018学年高二下学期期末考试英语试卷

    Airbags, now found in almost every vehicle, have saved countless lives and largely reduced the severity of injuries in crashes. Similar technology could greatly reduce broken hips(髖部)resulting from a fall, something most seniors fear.
     Dr. Robert Buckman and his start-up company, Activeprotective in Allentown, Pennsylvania, has developed a promising solution, a wearable airbag that can protect hip bones in the event of a fall. The idea was the result of Dr. Buckman’s years as a doctor at Temple University. He noticed how many elderly people were being brought into hospitals with broken hips due to falls, and how they often never completely recovered from the injuries. He started to ask what he could do for these people, and that was when he started trying to figure out whether there was a way of helping people who were at the highest risk of falling and suffering these kinds of injuries
    The device is worn much like a regular belt, but on the outside of the clothing, and it includes
sensors that monitor the movement of hips. If the device detects that the person is falling, an airbag opens before the person hits the ground, cushioning the fall. When the wearer hits the ground, the bag reduces the force to the hip bones by 90 percent, enough to avoid the majority of hip injuries.
     With one out of every three people aged 65 and older suffering serious falls each year, Activeprotective has a big market for its wearable device. It also has the potential to sizably reduce hip-related health care expenses: Hip injuries among the elderly cost theUShealth care system in 2012 $30 billion, which doesn’t include the long-term care expenses associated with the high percentage of patients that can no longer live independently.
1.What is the purpose of the Activeprotective s airbag?
A.To avoid hip injuries among seniors.
B.To protect seniors from car accidents.
C.To help seniors with their daily nursing.
D.To help doctors deal with serious injuries.
2.What inspired Dr Robert Buckman to make the device?
A.A report on seniors health.
B.A serious fall he experienced.
C.His work experiences as a doctor.
D.Suggestions of seniors at Temple University.
3.How does the device mainly work?
A.By predicting road conditions.
B.By speeding up bone recovery.
C.By reducing the effects of falling.
D.By preventing people from falling.
4.What does the author think of the Activeprotective s airbag?
A.It still needs improving.
B.It has a promising future.
C.It may encourage seniors to do exercise.
D.It may increase America s spend on seniors.

收藏 纠错 题号:8682519 题型:阅读理解 日期:2018-07-11 试题难度:中等

来源:江西省九江一中2017-2018学年高二下学期期末考试英语试卷

    AT&T started its“ It Can Wait” campaign against texting while driving in 2010. They call on all drivers to sign up for a 21-day pledge (保证), a pledge to not text and drive. Since then, research suggests there has been a connection between the campaign activities and a reduction in crashes. Almost half of the people who have made pledges say they now don' t use their smartphones while driving.
    However, AT&T has found that even though nearly 99 percent of drivers understand that texting while driving is dangerous, nearly 70 percent do it anyway. Some say they do it because they think they’re better at multitasking than others. Some say they only use their phones at red lights, or they only quickly glance at their phones sometimes. Others say they re trying to stop, but believe that distracted driving is even “addictive”.
    Over the years, we have found some effective ways to deal with distracted driving. One is to use user-friendly tools to help drivers resist the urge to glance at their phones while behind the wheel. Countless hands-free devices and Bluetooth speakers combined with a mobile app will, when active, automatically block incoming notifications sensing that the car is in motion. With the right devices, drivers can stay connected without taking their eyes off the road.
    The second way is really important. AT&T’s studies found that most smartphone users had a significant amount of their interactions with just five people. They also found that more than 80 percent of drivers said they would immediately stop using their phone while driving if a loved one or someone in their top friends list asked them to. We urge everyone to act on this information.
    Distracted driving is a bad habit, and bad habits are tough to break. But if we work together --and keep communicating our concerns with the people we love-- we can make a difference.
1.What can we infer about the "It Can Wait" campaign?
A.It aims to end aggressive driving.
B.It provides help for drivers in emergencies.
C.It works well in reducing road accidents.
D.It makes efforts to improve road conditions.
2.Distracted driving is still at a high level because of _______.
A.high pressure from daily life
B.the side effects of drugs
C.lack of strict traffic laws
D.drivers attitude problems
3.How do hands-free devices with an app help drivers?
A.By reminding them to call later.
B.By preventing the incoming calls.
C.By telling callers to leave a message.
D.By warning them of the possible danger.
4.What suggestion is made to deal with distracted driving in Paragraph 4?
A.Use the power of public opinion.
B.Educate drivers to learn self-control.
C.Communicate more with safe drivers.
D.Let people close to drivers remind them.

收藏 纠错 题号:8682542 题型:阅读理解 日期:2018-07-11 试题难度:中等

来源:江西省九江一中2017-2018学年高二下学期期末考试英语试卷

    When Scott Adams lost his voice, his doctors were confused. It was not until he turned to the Internet that he managed to get his condition identified. It turned out that Scott was suffering from spasmodic dysphonia, a condition where the vocal chords (声带) tighten, making you unable to speak. With the help of Google Alert together with an expert he had his problem cured. He’s now a firm believer of using the Internet for self-diagnosis.
    Adams is one of an increasing number of people who have started using the Internet to get health advice. The advantages of this are countless, starting with the obvious convenience of getting a diagnosis from the comfort of your own home. The Internet also provides a vast amount of specialized expert knowledge or skills.
   Diagnosing minor medical problems from information on the Internet can also have an influence on society’s medical costs. You can compare bites with Internet pictures and ask what type it is and whether it’s dangerous without wasting our busy doctor’s precious time.
     However, it must be said that diagnosis is implausible, and comparing your bite with an online photograph may lead you up the wrong track. Appearance provides only ten percent of the information needed to make a diagnosis, and doctors take into account your appearance, history, state of mind, words, etc. as well. No computerized symptom checker can equal a complete professional assessment.
     Another danger is that many websites have an interest in misleading you. Some pretend to be patient information of self-diagnosis sites, when, in fact, they are marketing drugs or treatments.
    In conclusion, the Internet is a good starting point in diagnosing your health problems, but you should always consult your doctor before acting on anything you find there. Don’t underestimate the value of talking to people---doctors and helplines will help you to put what you have read into context.
1.In what aspect is using the Internet for self-diagnosis beneficial?
A.Its considerate service.
B.Its high-quality treatment.
C.Its far-reaching recommendation.
D.Its wide-ranging medical information.
2.What does the underlined word “implausible” in Paragraph 4 mean?
A.Reasonable.
B.Unreliable.
C.Positive.
D.Unavailable
3.Compared with a computerized symptom checker, doctors _______.
A.won’t bother with a patient reply
B.can bring patients spiritual comfort
C.won’t give patients strong medicines
D.can give patients a detailed evaluation
4.What is the best title for the text?
A.You Are the Doctor
B.Google Is My Doctor
C.Meet an Online Doctor Now
D.An Unusual Medical

收藏 纠错 题号:8682590 题型:七选五 日期:2018-07-11 试题难度:中等 组卷:1次

来源:江西省九江一中2017-2018学年高二下学期期末考试英语试卷

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。
    As a teacher living in Bristol, I earned enough to get by. I spent whatever I wanted without a thought for the future. My wardrobe (衣柜) was filled with clothes I never wore. ①
    Then one day I learned about an American lady who had lived on“just necessities”for a year. It was an inspiration for me.②. So I made a decision ---I would survive on an average of £1 a day for a whole year.
    I quickly became interested in food bargains and well acquainted with the discount shelf in the supermarket. Eating healthily on so little money was harder, but not impossible. I became an expert at making perishables(容易腐坏的东西)last: storing red cabbages in the dark so they kept longer; mixing left-over vegetable into soup. ③. On top of this, I even organised clothes swap parties with my friends.
    Of course, looking back, there were countless times I wanted to put my head in my hands and weep. But over the course of the year I learned so much about myself and others. I realised how much I was wasting and indeed how much we waste as a nation.④Then there’s the money on shoes we never wear. books we never read and coffees we buy because we can’t think what else to do.
    So many people -like my former self-are constantly in debt, living beyond their means⑤But if we could open our eyes we’d see there is a different and more satisfying way to live.
A. I made use of everything.
B. Food soon became a worry.
C. They were littered with dirty tins.
D. My fridge was full of out-of-date food.
E. Money rules our lives without us realizing it.
F. Britain throws out 17 million tons of food a year.
G. I realised I didn’t need to spend all the money I earned

收藏 纠错 题号:8682628 题型:完形填空 日期:2018-07-11 试题难度:中等

来源:江西省九江一中2017-2018学年高二下学期期末考试英语试卷

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。
    For any person, hospital stays can be scary. But the Hasbro Children’s Hospital in Providence, Rhode Island is a(n)   1    . Here, overnight stays have become something to look forward to thanks to a(n)    2     local custom that turns the town into a magical place every night before bedtime.
    In 200, Steve Brosnihan, a resident cartoonist at the hospital, told the last     3     he saw that day to look out of his window at a certain spot after he    4    . It was the teen’s last night in the hospital and  Brosnihan wanted to do something    5    to say goodbye. When he    6    the indicated spot, he flickered (闪动) his bike light toward the teen’s    7    . To his surprise, the teen flickered his own room lights    8    . Since then, Brosnihan has shared his    9    with hundreds of patients, and a growing number of kids looked for his   10   and flickered their lights back at him. In 2015, Brosnihan began asking local businesses to    11    , and the event has turned into a(n)    12    called “Good Night Lights.”  One building downtown has an LED screen that spells out “Good Night, Hasbro”   13   at 8:30 p.m.
    The children love the   14   , because it reminds them that even though they’re   15   in an unfamiliar place and suffering   16    treatments, people in the community are thinking about them and    17   them well.
The experience doesn’t just    18    the community to children in the hospital; it teaches Hasbro’s young patients about    19    and giving back. Some kids say they can’t wait to get out of the    20    so they can be on the other side of the windows flickering lights.
1.A.expectation    B.separation    C.exception    D.restriction
2.A.unusual    B.possible    C.unnecessary    D.familiar
3.A.doctor    B.nurse    C.patient    D.cleaner
4.A.escaped    B.visited    C.shared    D.left
5.A.famous    B.useful    C.difficult    D.special
6.A.reached    B.toured    C.watched    D.inspected
7.A.bed    B.window    C.desk    D.bike
8.A.in doubt    B.in despair    C.in advance    D.in response
9.A.service    B.hobby    C.idea    D.effort
10.A.signal    B.gesture    C.approval    D.guidance
11.A.give up    B.join in    C.pay off    D.calm down
12.A.judgment    B.movement    C.argument    D.development
13.A.wrongly    B.monthly    C.traditionally    D.nightly
14.A.attention    B.reaction    C.attraction    D.competition
15.A.studying    B.traveling    C.sleeping    D.training
16.A.unfriendly    B.uncomfortable    C.unhealthy    D.unsuccessful
17.A.demanding    B.remembering    C.knowing    D.wishing
18.A.return    B.compare    C.connect    D.prefer
19.A.sadness    B.selflessness    C.shyness    D.forgiveness
20.A.hospital    B.community    C.school    D.town

收藏 纠错 题号:8682639 题型:语法填空 日期:2018-07-11 试题难度:中等

来源:江西省九江一中2017-2018学年高二下学期期末考试英语试卷

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 saying “last man standing” refers to a(n) ①(compete), contest, or other situation where the field of participants is narrowed until only a single individual remains. Occasionally, the term may be used to describe a winning couple or team rather ②an individual.
    The exact origins of the term are ③(certain). Some believe the term④(original) applied to the last boxer to remain during a match. Others claim the term came from old-fashioned spelling bees , where participants either gave up ⑤were judged “out” and asked to sit. Perhaps the most widely use of the term is in connection with a tontine (联合养老制), an agreement in ⑥a number of persons collectively own something of value, often land. Interest in a tontine cannot ⑦(pass) to another party, so the last man standing, in this case the last person alive gets the entire interest. Throughout history, tontines have been dangerous investments.
   Today, the term is used in a number of ⑧(situation). It may refer to the winner in any ⑨(give) contest. It may even refer to the last person ⑩(continue) his attempt to achieve a goal after the others have given up.

收藏 纠错 题号:8682654 题型:短文改错 日期:2018-07-11 试题难度:中等 组卷:1次

来源:江西省九江一中2017-2018学年高二下学期期末考试英语试卷

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。错误涉及一个单词的增加、删除或修改。
增加:在缺词处加一个漏词符号(∧),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(一),并在该词下面写出修改后的词。
注意:
1.每处错误及修改均仅限一词;
2.只允许修改10处,多者(从第11处起)不计分。
    Last Sunday, some of my classmates and I went to the West Lake for fun. I noticed an old dustman collecting rubbish throw about by visitors. He was apparently having great difficulty collect some small items, especially cigarette butts. An idea was occurred to me. Why not help him collect rubbish? Much to their joy, all my classmates agreed and were willing help. So we work hard together with the dustman and collected lots of rubbish. Then we parted but waved farewell to the thankful dustman. Tiredly as I was, I felt really happy. I truly believe we’ll have an harmonious society if everybody takes action. How a fine deed!

收藏 纠错 题号:8682659 题型:书面表达 日期:2018-07-11 试题难度:中等

来源:江西省九江一中2017-2018学年高二下学期期末考试英语试卷

假定你是李华,你的英国朋友David在旅途中发来电子邮件,说他患重感冒,两天后到达你所在的城市,他想让你带他去看中医。请你用英语写一封邮件告知他这次的就医安排。内容包括:
1. 就医时间和地点;
2. 医生的简介;
3. 中医的好处。
注意:
1. 词数100左右;
2. 可适当增加细节,使文章语篇连贯;
3. 邮件的格式已给出,不计入总词数。
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    • 来源: 江西省九江一中2017-2018学年高二下学期期末考试英语试卷