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浙江省温州市十五校联合体2017-2018学年高二下学期期末联考英语试卷

  • 浙江
  • 2018-08-07
  • 高二年级
  • 期末考试
  • 170次

收藏 纠错 题号:8718203 题型:听力题 日期:2018-08-07 试题难度:中等 组卷:4次

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。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 would the woman like to have?
A. Orange juice.
B. Chocolate cake.
C. Apple pie.
2. What are the two speakers talking about?
A. A fine boat.
B. Their friend Tom.
C. The weather.
3. How long has the woman had the toothache?
A. Since last year.
B. For several weeks.
C. For a few days.
4. What does the man mean?
A. He doesn’t want to leave early.
B. He will turn off the electricity.
C. He will wait for the woman.
5. What does the man want to book?
A. Two rooms with breakfast.
B. A double room with breakfast.
C. A single room with breakfast.
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。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。
听第六段材料,回答第6、7题。
6. Why is the man so annoyed?
A. Because he didn’t like listening to the radio.
B. Because his sister made him study very hard.
C. Because the noise disturbed him so much.
7. What is the probable result of the conversation?
A. The man went downstairs to talk to the neighbor.
B. The woman turned off the radio.
C. The man failed in his English exam.
听第七段材料,回答第8、9题。
8. Did the man have a bad headache?
A. Yes, he did.
B. No, he didn’t.
C. We are not sure.
9. According to the doctor, why was the man not feeling well?
A. He caught a very bad cold.
B. He had eaten some unripe bananas.
C. He had worked too hard.
听第八段材料,回答第10至12题。
10. Where did Sue spend the nights in the country?
A. In a farm house.
B. In the open.
C. At a hotel.
11. What was the weather like in the country?
A. It snowed a lot.
B. It rained nearly every day.
C. There was a lot of sunshine.
12. What did Sue think of the people in the country?
A. They were tall.
B. They were strange.
C. They were friendly.
听第九段材料,回答第13至16题。
13. What does the man worry about?
A. World temperature.
B. Various diseases.
C. Environmental issues.
14. What impact is not mentioned in the conversation?
A. The lack of food.
B. The imbalance of ecology.
C. The global warming.
15. What is the woman’s attitude to the man’s remarks?
A. Critical.
B. Approval.
C. Indifferent.
16. What should people do according to the man?
A. Don’t pollute the environment.
B. Be aware of the benefits of environmental protection.
C. Do a survey on environmental pollution.
听第十段材料,回答第17至20题。
17. Where do people probably speak different languages?
A. In Liverpool.
B. In London.
C. In Birmingham.
18. What is the best way to travel in Britain?
A. By train.
B. By coach.
C. By taxi.
19. What had you better not do in a pub?
A. Be ready to give tips.
B. Ask waiters to come to your table.
C. Order your favorite drinks.
20. What is not allowed in Britain according to the passage?
A. Underage drinking.
B. Excessive drinking.
C. Drunk driving.

收藏 纠错 题号:8718214 题型:阅读理解 日期:2018-08-07 试题难度:较易 组卷:4次

    A high school senior from Houston, Texas, was accepted by each of the 20 top-ranked universities towhich he applied — and was offered a full scholarship to every single one of them.
    Michael Brown, a 17-year-old student at Lamar High School, went viral(迅速成名) after he wascaught on camera screaming in glee upon learning he was accepted into Stanford University in December.
   Little did the teen know at the time, but his excitement would increase by a factor of 20 in Marchwhen he was also accepted into Harvard, Princeton, Yale, the University of Pennsylvania, Georgetown,Northwestern, Vanderbilt and the University of Michigan, among other prestigious(著名的) colleges.
    But what did it take for Brown to pull off his flawless(完美无瑕的) clean sweep?
    To start, the high schooler has an impressive 4.68 grade point average and an SAT score of 1540 out of1600. His ACT score, a 34 out of a possible 36, proved to be just as excellent. Brown's extracurriculars alsoinclude various internships as well as participation on his high school's debate team.
   His mother, Berthinia Rutledge-Brown, told The New York Times that she was simply blown away byher son's perfect performance. "He actually earned it," she told the Times. “I always knew Mike would getinto a good school. I always knew he’d get good scholarship support. But I never imagined this."
    So, which school will he be attending this fall? Although Brown remains undecided at the moment, hereportedly plans to major in political science and hopes to one day become a lawyer.
   He will make the big decision by May 1.
1.What does the underlined word mean?
A.Delight.
B.Fear.
C.Envy.
D.Embarrassment.
2.What mainly contributed to Mike’s being admitted to several top universities?
A.His high GPA and SAT score.
B.His academic achievement.
C.His high GPA and ACT score.
D.His debating skills.
3.Which school is Mike probably going to this September?
A.Music School in Stanford.
B.Business School in Princeton.
C.Law School in Yale.
D.Medicine School in Northwestern

收藏 纠错 题号:8718226 题型:阅读理解 日期:2018-08-07 试题难度:中等 组卷:5次

    A Canadian man is asking forgiveness for a birdbrained thing he did 17 years ago: inadvertently(无心地) encouraging seagulls to trash his hotel room.
    Back in 2001, Burchill checked into the Fairmont Empress Hotel in Victoria, B.C, for a businessmeeting. He brought a small suitcase full of Brothers Pepperoni from his hometown to share with formerNavy buddies in the area. But his room had no fridge so he opened a window to keep it cool. And then hewent for a long walk. That was when things got messy. Really messy. The result was such a housekeepingnightmare that the hotel permanently banned him.
   “I remember walking down the long hall and opening the door to my room to find an entire flock ofseagulls in my room. There must have been 40 of them and they had been eating pepperoni for a longtime.” Burchill said.
   When he walked into the room, Burchill recalled he frightened the birds. They “immediately startedflying around and crashing into things as they desperately tried to leave the room.” The result was a tornadoof seagull feathers, pepperoni chunks and fairly large birds whipping around the room. The lamps werefalling. The curtains were trashed. The coffee tray was just disgusting.
    Eventually, Burchill called the front desk and requested help cleaning up the room. “I can stillremember the look on the lady’s face when she opened the door. ” said Burchill. A short time later, hereceived a note from the hotel saying he’d been banned for life.
    Recently, Burchill visited the hotel to apologize in person, in hope of making amends with the womanwho had to clean the seagull-and-pepperoni-trashed room, but was told she was no longer there.
    “When I was talking to the people at the desk and the manager, they did say that they had heard thisstory from a long-term employee that works there,” said Burchill, “I was just kind of in and out. I didn’twant to overstay my welcome.” So he apologized and was forgiven. Burchill left them a present of about apound of Brothers Pepperoni as a peace offering. It seemed to have worked.
1.Why did Burchill take so much pepperoni to the hotel?
A.He wanted to share with the guests in the hotel.
B.He wanted to attract the seagulls to trash his room.
C.He intended to give it to his friends as a gift.
D.He intended to feed the seagulls with it.
2.What punishment did Fairmont Empress give Burchill?
A.He had been forbidden to stay in the hotel permanently.
B.He had to help the woman to clean up the room.
C.He needed to bring a pound of pepperoni to the hotel.
D.He was sent to a very small room instead.
3.Which of the following statements is true?
A.Burchill wrote a letter to the hotel manager to make an apology.
B.Hungry seagulls flew to eat the pepperoni when Burchill was sleeping.
C.Burchill’s coming back worsened the mess in his room.
D.The woman who had cleaned up the room didn’t accept Burchill’s apology.
4.What can be inferred from the passage?
A.Burchill will probably book a room in Fairmont Empress the next time he is in Victoria.
B.After Burchill’s apology the woman who cleaned up the room will come back to work.
C.The manager hadn’t heard of the story until Burchill visited the hotel to apologize.
D.People in the hotel became disappointed because Burchill didn’t stay in the hotel that day.

收藏 纠错 题号:8718242 题型:阅读理解 日期:2018-08-07 试题难度:中等 组卷:4次

    Researchers say getting a good night's sleep is probably the best tool for memory and learning. Butshort periods of sleep may help our brains work better, says a recent study on napping. And taking a napmay also help old adults fight off age-related memory loss.
    CDC, an American scientific organization, found that 50 to 70 million Americans have chronic(长期的)sleep disorders. So, someone who naps as a way of paying off a sleep debt may not experience the sameimprovements from napping as a well-rested person would. Also, that only children, the very old, sick orlazy people nap is not an uncommon opinion.
    Researchers recently looked at information provided by nearly 3,000 Chinese adults, aged 65 years orolder, to learn if napping after a mid-day meal had any effect on the mental performance of the subjects.
   First, they asked the people if they napped and for how long. Then, based on their answers, researchersput them into four groups: non-nappers (0 min), short nappers (≦30 min), moderate nappers (30-90 min),第 5 页and extended nappers (≧90 min). Nearly 60% of the people said they did take a nap after lunch and thattheir naps lasted anywhere from 30 to 90 minutes. Most of the subjects said they napped for about an hour.
    The study found that people who took an hour-long nap did much better on mental tests than thosewho did not nap. The hour-long nappers also did better on the tests than those who napped for shorter andlonger periods. In this study, it seemed that the most effective nap lasted for about an hour, but not muchlonger.
    Yet Doctor Michael Twery notes that an hour long nap may be too long for young, healthy adults. 30minutes is enough to remove the pressure to sleep and will help us feel more awake.
1.What’s the main idea of this passage?
A.Getting a good night’s sleep is probably the best tool for memory and learning.
B.Getting rest during the middle of the day helps older adults’ brains work better.
C.Taking a nap helps babies and young children learn better.
D.Napping helps adults fight off age-related health problems.
2.Among the following people who naps after lunch, who experiences the best improvement?
A.A new mother with her baby crying for most of the night.
B.A university student staying up late for the coming exams.
C.A school guard working on the night shift.
D.A retired teacher going to bed at 10 p.m. and rising at 6 a.m
3.A __________ nap does better for healthy and young adult.
A.30-minute
B.60-minute
C.70-minute
D.90-minute

收藏 纠错 题号:8718254 题型:七选五 日期:2018-08-07 试题难度:中等 组卷:5次

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。
    If you'd love to be more eco-friendly but don't know where to begin, start with a few smallchanges. ①
    ◆Adjust your thermostat(恒温器) to save on heating and cooling costs.②In summer, setyour thermostat to 78 ° F when you're at home and raise the temperature when you're away. In winter,turn your thermostat to 68 ° F and lower it by 5° --10° when you're sleeping or out of your house.To stay warm in winter, put on a sweater or another layer instead of turning up the thermostat.
    ◆Turn off lights and unplug power strips that you're not using.③Some devices can stilluse energy even when they're turned off. So, turn off the power strips at night to completely cut offenergy use. If you need to leave your computer or TV on, try setting it to sleep mode.
    ◆Make your taps and toilets low-flow. Cut back on water waste by installing flow restrictor(节流装置) inside your taps and installing a low-flow shower head in your bathroom. This can save 3 to 4gallons of water for every minute. If you're replacing a toilet, look for a low-flow one to savethousands of gallons of water a year.④
   ◆⑤Adjust your washing machine to use cold water instead of warm. Since more energy isspent drying the clothes, skip the machine and hang your washed clothes on a clothesline. If you don'thave space for a clothesline or can't hang clothes outside, set up a clothes drying rack that you can useinside. Try running your clothes through an extra spin cycle to remove even more water from theclothes. This will make them dry quicker.
A. Replace burned out light bulbs with compact fluorescent bulbs.
B. By doing some small things at home, you can easily reduce your carbon footprint.
C. Remember to fix leaky taps or toilets as soon as you notice water dripping.
D. Choose sustainable options when you purchase things that are normally packaged in plastic.
E. This is an easy way to reduce energy use.
F. Use less energy during summer months and winter by controlling your heating and cooling bills.
G. Wash your clothes with cold water and line dry them.

收藏 纠错 题号:8718290 题型:完形填空 日期:2018-08-07 试题难度:中等 组卷:4次

阅读下面短文,从短文后各题所给的 A、 B、 C 和 D 四个选项中,选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项。
    A boy from a farmer’s family stopped from school due to poverty, and went back farming to    1    the family. When he grew up to 19 years old, his father died. After that, all the family    2    him including his mother and grandma in sickness.
    At first, he    3    a pool and wanted to feed fish. But others told him it couldn’t be used to feed fish,but only to grow crops. What he could do was to cover the pool and thereafter he became a   4    .
    Then he heard raising chickens was a way of making money. He borrowed some money from relativesand    5    chickens.    6   a flood attacked the town, and after that all the chickens got sick andalmost    7    . His mother could hardly    8    it and died in the gloom.
    He   9    the businesses of making wine, fishing or even digging embrasures(炮眼) on the cliff forothers.
    When he was 35, he had no wife, no money, but only lived in a house made from earth which would    10   in any storm. But he still wanted to     11    . He borrowed some money to buy a truck. But when hedrove it on the road after a short while, he had an    12    and broke his leg. He became crippled.Everyone said he was    13    .
    But later he became a boss, who owned a capital of 200 million. Now lots of people know his past andhis business experiences. A journalist made a(n)    14    with him.
    “Why do you    15    after so many failures?”He was sitting in front of a broad table and just had finished a cup of water. Then he held the     16    cup in hand and asked, “If I loose my hand, what will happen to this cup?”“Broken!” answered the journalist.
    He    17    his hand and the cup fell to the floor, with a bang sound, but not    18    .
   “Even if ten people were there they would believe it was broken. But, it isn’t a(n)    19    cup. It ismade of    20    .”
1.A.support    B.operate    C.meet    D.arrange
2.A.lived on    B.accounted for    C.lived with    D.depended on
3.A.filled    B.dug    C.covered    D.circled
4.A.deal    B.trick    C.joke    D.humor
5.A.collected    B.raised    C.brought    D.fostered
6.A.Luckily    B.Unfortunately    C.Suddenly    D.Specially
7.A.died out    B.put out    C.break away    D.take off
8.A.decide    B.realize    C.understand    D.bear
9.A.succeeded    B.fell    C.lost    D.failed
10.A.get through    B.go out    C.fall down    D.turn over
11.A.fight    B.achieve    C.work    D.win
12.A.accident    B.incident    C.event    D.affair
13.A.disabled    B.dealt    C.finished    D.completed
14.A.conversation    B.debate    C.interview    D.contract
15.A.keep off    B.keep up    C.insist on    D.insist in
16.A.empty    B.full    C.heavy    D.light
17.A.held    B.dropped    C.caught    D.loosed
18.A.hurt    B.damaged    C.destroyed    D.ruined
19.A.special    B.normal    C.ordinary    D.fancy
20.A.steel    B.glass    C.china    D.plastic

收藏 纠错 题号:8718304 题型:语法填空 日期:2018-08-08 试题难度:中等 组卷:10次

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。
    Which would you rather be, a mathematician or ①author? Perhaps you will never be ②(face)with this kind of choice. Lewis Carroll was a mathematician and author. He was a lecturer in mathematicsat Oxford University. But he is ③(good) known as the writer of two of the most famous children’s books ④have ever been written (Alice in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass). The author’s realname was Charles Lutwidge Dodgson, but he ⑤(prefer) to use the penname “Lewis Carroll” when hewrote, and this is the name we remember him by. Alice in Wonderland,⑥(publish) in 1865 when theauthor was 33 years old, was followed by Through the Looking Glass in 1871. ⑦books were writtenfor a real girl called Alice and they ⑧(read) by millions of children since they were first published.These stories are about a dream world in which Alice meets strange creatures and has interesting ⑨(adventure). I’m sure you know this already,⑩if you don’t you’d better read the stories yourselves.

收藏 纠错 题号:8718309 题型:书面表达 日期:2018-08-07 试题难度:中等 组卷:5次

假如你是李华,昨天晚饭时你的同学 Mary 告诉你她打算报考历史专业,但是你说了打击她的话,令她很失望。请用英语给她写一封道歉信,要点如下:
1.向她表示道歉;
2. 表达你现在的认识;
3. 请求她的原谅。
注意:
1.词数 80 左右;
2.可以适当增加细节,以使行文连贯;
3. 开头和结尾已为你写好,不计入总词数。
Dear Mary,
____________________________________________________________________________________________________________
____________________________________________________________________________________________________________
____________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Li Hua

收藏 纠错 题号:8718335 题型:书面表达 日期:2018-08-07 试题难度:中等 组卷:4次

阅读下列短文,根据所给情节进行续写,使之构成一个完整的故事。
    Ten-year-old Sami loved to visit his grandfather's house. The house was near the beautiful blue sea. Atthe seaside stood thick and tall palm trees with green coconuts hanging from them. When the coconuts felldown, Sami would break them open and drink the coconut water. Sami liked to play under the trees. It wasalways great fun to spend the holidays at Grandpa's place.
    This winter vacation, Sami was surprised when he came to his grandfather's village. There were hardlyany trees left. He saw houses built near the sea. People had cut down many palm trees and there was hardlyany greenery left.
    s different. He never allowed his trees to be cut. He hugged each palm tree in his courtyard. He also named the two big trees near the front door--one was Petu, and the other Betu. He hadplanted them with his own hands and today they had become large, massive trees with thick trunks. Theywere tall and green and gave the sweetest, juiciest coconuts.
    One night, Sami was awakened by a strange sound. He could not sleep. He tossed(辗转)and turned inbed. Suddenly, the ground shook as if the earth was splitting. He sat up straight and then ran to Grandpa. Heclung(附着) to his grandpa tightly. Grandpa cried out, “It's an earthquake! It's an earthquake!" They ranoutside the house. They thought that would be safe.
    Suddenly, there was a loud sound; the earth was not splitting but the sea was roaring. People wereshouting, screaming and crying, “The sea is rising! The sea is rising." The villagers started running awayfrom the beach. Sami watched dumbstruck(呆若木鸡) .
   The waves were rising higher and higher. Sami thought, “How big the waves are!" He went into thehouse again and saw water coming in from all sides. He was scared.
    Sami remembered his mother telling him long ago, “You must always get out of the house if the floodscome too near." He ran outside the house with Grandpa. But the water came surging(汹涌) in.
   Waves about twelve meters high came rushing in, drowning everything. Water was all around andeverywhere.
注意:
1.所续写短文的词数应为 150 左右;
2. 应使用 5 个以上短文中标有下划线的关键词语;
3. 续写部分分为两段,每段的开头语已为你写好;
4. 续写完成后,请用下划线标出你所使用的关键词语。
Paragraph 1Grandpa held Sami’s hand tightly but a huge wave separated them.
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Paragraph 2“Sami, Sami!” Grandpa cried. “Don't be scared, little one, come to me, quickly.”
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