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江西省南昌市八一中学、洪都中学、麻丘高中等六校2017-2018学年高二下学期期末联考英语试卷

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  • 2018-07-11
  • 高二年级
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收藏 纠错 题号:8683250 题型:听力题 日期:2018-07-11 试题难度:中等 听力下载

来源:江西省南昌市八一中学、洪都中学、麻丘高中等六校2017-2018学年高二下学期期末联考英语试卷

1. What is the man?
A. A driver.
B. A passenger.
C. A doctor.
2. What kind of problem is Henry trying to solve?
A. English.
B. Geography.
C. Physics.
3. What did the speakers do yesterday?
A. They played tennis.
B. They played video games.
C. They stayed alone at home.
4. How much did the woman pay for her air cleaner in total?
A. $ 226.
B. $229.
C. $232.
5. Who is Jessie?
A. The man’s sister.
B. The woman’s sister.
C. The woman’s classmate.
听第6段材料,回答第6、7题。
6. How long does the man lift weight?
A. For 30 minutes.
B. For 45 minutes.
C. For 1 hour.
7. How many times did the man go to work out last week?
A. Four times.
B. Twice.
C. Once.
听第7段材料,回答第8、9题。
8. Why did the man put the paper on the floor?
A. He saw other people doing this.
B. The basket had been taken outside.
C. The basket was full.
9. Where does the conversation most probably take place?
A. In the playground.
B. In the classroom.
C. At the back of the school.
听第8段材料,回答第10至12题。
10. What class are the speakers talking about?
A. Biology.
B. History.
C. Chemistry.
11. What does the man think about the professor?
A. Smart and fun.
B. Easy-going but boring.
C. Demanding but an easy grader.
12. How does the woman feel after hearing about the professor?
A. Worried.
B. Relieved.
C. Angry.
听第9段材料,回答第13至16题。
13. What does the woman want to buy?
A. Some bread.
B. A coat.
C. Some sandwiches.
14. What is the woman probably?
A. A mother.
B. A teacher.
C. A waitress.
15. What can we learn about the boy?
A. He answered a phone from his father.
B. He likes playing tennis.
C. He helps the woman find the sandwich.
16. What will the woman probably do next?
A. Call her husband.
B. Go shopping.
C. Have lunch with the boy.
听第10段材料,回答第17至20题。
17. When was Michael Douglas born?
A. In 1944.
B. In 1945.
C. In 1975.
18. What was his role in the TV series, The Streets of San Francisco?
A. A star.
B. A showman.
C. A policeman.
19. How many Oscars did the film, One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest, win?
A. Three.
B. Four.
C. Five.
20. When did Michael Douglas’s output begin slowing down?
A. After he married.
B. After he had two children.
C. After he had throat cancer.

收藏 纠错 题号:8683268 题型:阅读理解 日期:2018-07-11 试题难度:较易

来源:江西省南昌市八一中学、洪都中学、麻丘高中等六校2017-2018学年高二下学期期末联考英语试卷

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1.Why is Quebec the ideal location for learning and practicing French?
A.It offers summer French programs.
B.It is the only major city in Canada.
C.It has a Summer French Language School.
D.It has a 100% French-speaking environment.
2.If a boy is 18 and loves computer science, which summer camp suits him best?
A.LMFL.
B.FLC.
C.EI.
D.RC.
3.It can be learned from the passage that ____________.
A.RC helps kids improve their horse-riding skill
B.kids can enjoy one-to-one training at LMFL
C.kids can stay at French host families at EI
D.FLC was founded in 1997 in France

收藏 纠错 题号:8683277 题型:阅读理解 日期:2018-07-11 试题难度:中等

来源:江西省南昌市八一中学、洪都中学、麻丘高中等六校2017-2018学年高二下学期期末联考英语试卷

    I was wandering around the Albuquerque International Sunport Airport. My flight had been delayed and I heard an announcement: “If anyone near Gate A – 4 understands Arabic(阿拉伯语),please come to the gate immediately. ” Gate A – 4 was my own gate. I went there.
    An older woman was crumpled (蜷缩成一团的) on the floor, she reminded me of my grandmother.
    “Talk to her,” urged the flight agent. “We told her the flight was going to be late, and she did this.”
    I bent over to put my arm around the woman and spoke uncertainly. “Shu-dow-a, shu-bid-uck, habibti? She stopped crying. She thought the flight had been canceled. She needed to be in El Paso for a medical treatment the next day. I said, “You’ll get there, just late. Who is picking you up? Let’s call him.”
   We called her son. In English, I told him that I would stay with his mother until we got on the plane. She talked with him. Then we called her other sons just for fun. Then we called my dad, and they spoke for a while in Arabic and found out that they had several shared friends. After that, I called some Palestinian poets I know and let them chat with her.
    She was laughing a lot by then, patting my knee and answering questions. She pulled a bag of home-made cookies filled with nuts and topped with sugar from her bag and offered them to the women at the gate. To my amazement, no one refused. It was like a sacrament (圣餐). The traveler fromArgentina, the mom from California, the lovely woman from Laredo —we were all smiling, covered with the same sugar.
     I looked around that gate and thought: This is the world I want to live in, one with no anxiety. This can still happen anywhere, I thought. Not everything is lost.
1.What can we learn about the author?
A.She was highly skilled in speaking Arabic.
B.Her grandmother saw her off at the airport.
C.She took the same flight with the older woman.
D.Her father was an acquaintance of the older woman.
2.Why did the older woman burst into tears at the boarding gate?
A.Her flight ticket seemed to have got lost.
B.She couldn’t make herself fully understood.
C.Her flight was canceled because of bad weather.
D.She thought she couldn’t make it for her treatment.
3.Which words can best describe the author?
A.Brilliant.
B.Considerate.
C.Generous.
D.Extraordinary.
4.What could be the best title for this passage?
A.A Delayed Flight in Albuquerque
B.A Strange Palestinian Woman
C.Cookies at Gate A – 4
D.A Wonderful World

收藏 纠错 题号:8683289 题型:阅读理解 日期:2018-07-11 试题难度:中等

来源:江西省南昌市八一中学、洪都中学、麻丘高中等六校2017-2018学年高二下学期期末联考英语试卷

    Standing in line for the latest iPhone at the Apple store, queueing for tickets to Wimbledon or even just waiting at the post office might just have got a lot easier. Japanese car-maker Nissan (尼桑)claims to have just the thing to relieve the sore(酸痛的) legs of tired queuers.
    The new system of “self-driving” chairs is designed to detect when someone at the front of the queue is called, and automatically move everyone else one step forward in line. The new invention is shown off in a company video, which shows a busy restaurant with customers waiting outside.
    In the video, diners are sitting in a row of chairs, but will not have to stand when the next hungry diner is called to a table. Instead, the chairs, equipped with autonomous technology that detects the seat ahead, move along a path toward the front of the line. When the person at the front of the queue is called, the empty chair at the front can sense it is empty and so moves out of pole position. Cameras on the remaining chairs then sense the movement and follow automatically.
    The system, which is similar to the kind used in Nissan’s autonomous vehicle technology, will be tested at selected restaurants inJapanthis year. Nissan said. “It appeals to anyone who has queued for hours outside a crowded restaurant: it eliminates the boredom and physical pain of standing in line,” Nissan added. 
    Although Tokyo has some 160,000 restaurants, long queues are not uncommon. Chosen restaurants that meet the criteria will be able to show the chairs outside their restaurant next year. Nissan also released a short video showing the chairs being used in an art gallery, moving slowly in front of the various paintings to let viewers appreciate the art without the need to stand up.
1.What can we know about the “self-driving” chairs from the text?
A.They are in hot demand like iPhone.
B.They are intended for queueing diners.
C.They are the invention of a car company.
D.They are completely different from vehicle technology.
2.What enables the chairs to detect the seat ahead?
A.Pole position.
B.Autonomous technology.
C.Cameras equipped on them.
D.Sensors equipped along the path.
3.Which of the following can replace the underlined word “eliminates” in Paragraph 4?
A.Steals.
B.Reduces.
C.Removes.
D.Hides.
4.What can be inferred from the last two paragraphs?
A.Queueing is a rare scene outside Japanese restaurants.
B.“Self-driving” chairs are the most useful in art galleries.
C.Japanese people prefer eating in restaurants to at home.
D.“Self-driving” chairs haven’t been in official use in restaurants.

收藏 纠错 题号:383502 题型:阅读理解 日期:2018-07-11 试题难度:中等 引用:2次

来源:江西省南昌市八一中学、洪都中学、麻丘高中等六校2017-2018学年高二下学期期末联考英语试卷

    Encouraging pupils to keep noise to a minimum should be a valuable part of all children’s education, according to a new research.
    Dr. Helen Lees, from Stirling University’s school of education, says that “enforced (强制的) silence” is seen as a punishment and often acts to suppress children’s natural ability. But she says that teaching children about the benefits of “enforced silence” — deliberate stillness that gives them the opportunity to focus and reflect in a stress-free environment — can have a significant effect on pupils’ concentration and behaviour.
    It is the latest in a string of researches to establish a link between the classroom environment and pupils’ academic ability.
    A study almost a decade ago in London found that children’s exam results were cut by as much as a third if they taught in noisy classrooms. Teaching unions have also called for a     limit of 26℃ to be put on classroom temperatures because teachers and pupils struggle to work in hot conditions and some educationalists claim that too much clutter(杂乱的东西) on classroom walls can prevent children from concentrating.
    Dr. Lees said: “When we take some research on school settings and put it all together, what we see is that education without silence does not make much sense. In areas of better learning outcomes, better self-confidence and well-being measures, enforced silence in a person’s life and an individual’s education is shown throughout the relevant research to be a benefit.”
    Dozens of schools acrossBritainalready introduce periods of “reflective silence” into the timetable.
Kevin Hogston, head of Sheringdale Primary, south London, has just introduced a minute’s silence at the start of twice-weekly meetings in which children are taught breathing techniques and encouraged to reflect. The school plans to introduce it into classrooms every day.
1.According to Dr. Helen Lees, “enforced silence” _____________.
A.is an effective way of punishment
B.does not make much sense in class
C.can improve pupils’ confidence
D.can make pupils more creative
2.The underlined word, “suppress”, in the second paragraph probably means “_________”.
A.prevent something from developing
B.make something better than before
C.get something back
D.unite with something.
3.What can be inferred from the research on school settings?
A.Students are more creative if taught in noisy classrooms.
B.Silence makes a great difference to pupils.
C.Clutter on the walls can help students concentrate.
D.Most schools are not satisfactory in terms of classroom temperatures.
4.What is the passage mainly about?
A.How to arrange classroom settings.
B.How to achieve silence in class.
C.Encouraging pupils in class is beneficial.
D.Keeping quiet in class can improve academic ability.

收藏 纠错 题号:8683308 题型:七选五 日期:2018-07-11 试题难度:中等 组卷:1次

来源:江西省南昌市八一中学、洪都中学、麻丘高中等六校2017-2018学年高二下学期期末联考英语试卷

根据短文内容,从短文后的七个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。
    A rejection letter is one of those letters that are not very easy to write.① . For example, organizations usually have to send rejection letters to applicants they cannot hire. So how to write a rejection letter?
    Make the words professional and proper
    What matters most in a rejection letter is the professional tone and wording.②. Instead, your choice of words should make the reader feel that he or she would do the same thing if they were in your place.
    Keep it clear and simple
    ③. Nobody likes to read a long, winding rejection letter. Therefore, it is better to deliver the message of rejection in the beginning itself. Clearly state that you have decided to reject the request or application. Don’t beat about the bush and don’t try to give the impression that your decision could change.④. Explain why your decision is good for everyone.
   ⑤
    Conclude with a statement of goodwill(友好). You may have rejected this application, but if you intend to consider this person for another job in the future, you may express that as well. However, that isn’t always necessary. In some situations such endings might offend(冒犯) the reader.
A. End on a positive note
B. Make your decision as soon as possible
C. Never give away what you are going to do
D. Briefly state how you came to your decision
E. A rejection letter doesn’t have to be necessarily long
F. Don’t write anything that may make the reader feel bad
G. Although writing a rejection letter can be difficult, there are situations when it’s absolutely necessary.

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来源:江西省南昌市八一中学、洪都中学、麻丘高中等六校2017-2018学年高二下学期期末联考英语试卷

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。
    I had just arrived in this Asian country for a one-year teaching position. One day, I took the subway to visit some ancient palaces and temples in the downtown. The following account of what happened to me has taught me much about culture   1    .
    Since all the     2    were taken, I stood. Suddenly, I felt someone pulling on my bag.   3   I probably was in someone’s way, I moved over slightly. But in one quick motion(动作), I felt my bag removed from my back, and in a flash it was    4    . I turned around to see who the thief was. I looked at the people standing behind me, but didn’t see my bag or any    5   . My heart sank and I began to    6    .
    I glanced around the car only to find directly across from me was an elderly lady, and sitting on her lap was my    7    . I tried to get it back from her lap. But as I began to    8    it up, she quickly grabbed(抓住) it back and held onto it. I looked around at the people standing beside me, and those sitting beside her, but no one took any    9    of the situation. Trying not to cause a(an)    10    , I tried to negotiate through gestures. I used my hands as best as I could, but she    11    my requests for my bag and pointed to my back. She picked up my bag, showing how    12    it was. I finally began to understand. She was holding my bag to    13    me.
     At the next stop, a middle-aged woman got on the crowded subway. Another elderly woman sitting down took her bag,    14    it on her lap. They didn’t talk;   15    this older woman was more than pleased to sit with this stranger’s bag on her lap throughout her journey.
     As the subway pulled into the main downtown station and I was getting ready to get off, the woman    16    handed me back my bag.  But    17     I had a chance to thank her, she had disappeared into the crowd.
     Sadly, this considerate custom was more    18    to me than if I had been robbed. Everyone back home had heard of being robbed—that was   19    city behavior—but having a stranger hold onto someone’s bag out of    20    , in a city of twelve million people—that was truly unusual.
1.A.loss    B.difference    C.cause    D.aim
2.A.seats    B.cars    C.buses    D.stations
3.A.Deciding    B.Expecting    C.Admitting    D.Assuming
4.A.broken    B.gone    C.opened    D.emptied
5.A.dangerous    B.nervous    C.cautious    D.suspicious
6.A.scream    B.panic    C.leave    D.regret
7.A.book    B.money    C.bag    D.map
8.A.bring    B.pull    C.check    D.open
9.A.advantage    B.charge    C.notice    D.photo
10.A.scene    B.attack    C.accident    D.change
11.A.received    B.handled    C.ignored    D.considered
12.A.heavy    B.useful    C.small    D.special
13.A.remind    B.tease    C.frighten    D.help
14.A.dropping    B.tapping    C.setting    D.closing
15.A.or    B.so    C.because    D.yet
16.A.gently    B.gratefully    C.angrily    D.anxiously
17.A.before    B.once    C.until    D.while
18.A.amusing    B.surprising    C.annoying    D.disappointing
19.A.practical    B.harmful    C.usual    D.suitable
20.A.curiosity    B.pity    C.desperation    D.kindness

收藏 纠错 题号:8683351 题型:语法填空 日期:2018-07-12 试题难度:中等 组卷:2次

来源:江西省南昌市八一中学、洪都中学、麻丘高中等六校2017-2018学年高二下学期期末联考英语试卷

阅读下面材料,在空白处填入适当的内容(不多于3个单词)或括号内单词的正确形式。
Why All Disney Princesses Wear Blue
    If they’re not sleeping and waiting for Prince Charming to rescue them, they’re busy getting poisoned by poisonous apples or being forced①(do) heavy housework by evil relatives. But②turns out that even the most laidback(悠闲的) beauty is supposed to send a message of strength to young③(girl).
    That’s because they all wear blue. From Jasmine to Belle, from Ariel to Snow White, they all wear blue. Far from stereotypical(老一套的) pinks, these princesses ④(dress) in bold aqua(水蓝色), cornflower(矢车菊蓝). Even Dorothy form the Wizard of Oz (绿野仙踪) ⑤(wear) a light blue pinafore and socks.
    Why? Well, blue is⑥(apparent) the colour of trust, calmness as well⑦confidence. According to experts, we all have⑧natural preference for blue, partly because of the sky. It’s something to look forward to, to see that blue sky. It’s⑨(rely). It might cloud up, but we know it’s there.
    Perhaps, Disney puts princesses in the colour to show that they’re those⑩are loyal and dependable.

收藏 纠错 题号:8683396 题型:短文改错 日期:2018-07-12 试题难度:中等 组卷:1次

来源:江西省南昌市八一中学、洪都中学、麻丘高中等六校2017-2018学年高二下学期期末联考英语试卷

请改正下面短文中的错误。文中共有10处语言错误,每句中最多有三处。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 went to Mount Tai with one of my friends. Mount Tai is famous as the green mountains. When they arrived at the destination by the bus, we caught sight of many mountains by looking through the mist. Mount Tai was just like sleeping baby at that time. That impressed me most was the sunrise on Mount Tai. Stood on the top of the mountain, I see the sunshine giving out in all directions. The green mountains in the mist and the shocking expression on people’s face made a peaceful picture. The scenery of Mount Tai left a greatly impression on me.

收藏 纠错 题号:8683404 题型:书面表达 日期:2018-07-12 试题难度:中等 组卷:1次

来源:江西省南昌市八一中学、洪都中学、麻丘高中等六校2017-2018学年高二下学期期末联考英语试卷

假如你是高三(1)班李华,你们班要举办一个联欢会(party), 请给外教Mike写一封E-mail邀请他来参加,并通知以下事宜:
1.举办时间:下周五下午6:00—8:30;
2.有游戏环节,建议Mike穿休闲装;
3.希望Mike准备一首英文歌曲表演。
注意:
1.词数:100左右。
2.可以适当增加细节,以使行文连贯。
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    • 题型: 语法填空
    • 难度: 中等
    • 来源: 江西省南昌市八一中学、洪都中学、麻丘高中等六校2017-2018学年高二下学期期末联考英语试卷

短文改错 数量:1 占比:10%

  • 9
    • 题型: 短文改错
    • 难度: 中等
    • 来源: 江西省南昌市八一中学、洪都中学、麻丘高中等六校2017-2018学年高二下学期期末联考英语试卷

书面表达 数量:1 占比:10%

  • 10
    • 题型: 书面表达
    • 难度: 中等
    • 来源: 江西省南昌市八一中学、洪都中学、麻丘高中等六校2017-2018学年高二下学期期末联考英语试卷