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浙江省9+1高中联盟(台州中学、舟山中学等)2017-2018学年高一下学期期中考试英语试卷

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  • 2018-09-14
  • 高一年级
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收藏 纠错 题号:8634776 题型: 日期: 试题难度:中等 组卷:6次 引用:2次

来源:浙江省9+1高中联盟(台州中学、舟山中学等)2017-2018学年高一下学期期中考试英语试卷

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. What colour was the suit that the man wear yesterday?
A. Gray.
B. Brown.
C. Green.
2. What does the woman want the boy to do?
A. Make a cake.
B. Do some shopping.
C. Pick up her classmates.
3. Where will the speakers meet?
A. At the café.
B. At the bus stop.
C. At the entrance to the cinema.
4. When is the swimming lesson today?
A. At 4:30.
B. At 4:45 .
C. At 5:15.
5. How will the man go to the meeting?
A. By bus.
B. By taxi.
C. By subway.
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至7题。
6. Why is the man going to California?
A. To work there. 
B. To join his family.
C. To continue his education.
7. What is the relationship between the speakers?
A. Boss and employee.
B. Customer and agent. 
C. Teacher and student.
听第7段材料,回答第8至9题。
8. What does the man think of Hollywood: The Real Deal?
A. Boring.
B. Interesting.
C. Exciting.
9. What do the speakers decide to do in the end?
A. Eat out. 
B. See the news show.
C. Go for a basketball final.
听第8段材料,回答第10至12题。
10. What made the man stay in London only for a few days?
A. The high cost. 
B. The bad weather. 
C. The busy travel plan.
11. What did the man do in Sydney?
A. He did some shopping.    
B. He swam in the sea.  
C. He played on the beach.
12. What was the weather like in San Francisco?
A. Sunny.
B. Cloudy.
C. Foggy.
听第9段材料,回答第13至16题。
13. What is the woman’s problem?
A. She can’t find any music for Parents’ Night.
B. She isn’t familiar with young people’s tastes.
C. She has to choose different music for different people.
14. What kind of music do the speakers decide to start with?
A. Jazz. 
B. Rock’n’roll.
C. Country music.
15. What do we know about line dance?
A. Most old people don’t like it.
B. People usually do it with jazz.
C. It requires people to do the same steps together.
16. What will the speakers do next?
A. Have something to drink.
B. Choose different music.
C. Learn to do line dancing.
听第10段材料,回答第17至20题。
17. When is the club open?
A. From 6:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m.
B. From 6:30 a.m. to 11:15 p.m.
C. From 6:30 a.m. to 11:30 p.m.
18. What does the speaker suggest people do in the club?
A. Swim for 25 minutes at night.
B. Try diving in the 10-metre pool.
C. Relax in the steam room before swimming.
19. How can people become a member?
A. By making a phone call.
B. By registering on the Internet.
C. By visiting the club themselves.
20. Why does the speaker give this talk?
A. To make people interested in the club.
B. To tell people a great place to travel.
C. To introduce a sports programme.

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来源:浙江省9+1高中联盟(台州中学、舟山中学等)2017-2018学年高一下学期期中考试英语试卷

   You are driving to school. You look up to see a pretty, hot air balloon. Whoa! You almost went through a stop sign! In a driverless car, you can look at the balloon. The car sees the stop sign without your help and stops the car. Car makers and others are already testing driverless cars or AVs (automated vehicles) in theU.S.and other countries. 
    Most cars already have some driverless technology like the Anti-Lock Braking System (ABS). When a car is slipping on an icy road, the ABS can tap the brakes quickly. The wheels turn slowly but do not stop. The driver can then control the car to safety. Many cars also have parallel parking technology. These cars can park themselves along a street. No driver is needed.
    A driverless car can see the road better than people with the help of radar, cameras, and lasers. Radar helps the car see things up to 100 meters away even in darkness or rain. Cameras help the car see objects that are close. Lasers that work like radar, called lidar, spin on the roof and build a 3D model of the world around the car. Automated vehicles use a GPS to find the best way from one place to another. All the information from the radar, cameras, lasers, and the GPS goes to the Controller Area Network bus, which lets all those devices talk to one another. The CAN bus uses the information to direct the car and to tell the car to go or stop.
    Problems still exist with AVs. Hackers(黑客) may take over the car. There will probably be fewer jobs for people who drive taxis and trucks. A robo-taxi can find you and take you to your destination without a taxi driver. AV trucks may roll along highways without a truck driver.
In the future, you can be the driver of your car, or you can look out of the window while the car drives you.
1.A pretty, hot air balloon is mentioned in Paragraph 1 in order to ___________?
A.tell that there are always interesting things to see while driving
B.show how interesting it is to drive to school
C.show the strength of driverless cars
D.tell the possible danger while driving
2.What does the underlined word in Paragraph 3 mean?
A.cars
B.equipment
C.information
D.automated vehicles
3.Which of the following ideas will the author agree?
A.There will be no human drivers in the future.
B.All the truck drivers will be out of work in the future.
C.All the driverless cars will be safe in the future.
D.All the cars won’ t be driven automatically in the future.

收藏 纠错 题号:8634799 题型: 日期: 试题难度:中等 组卷:9次 引用:2次

来源:浙江省9+1高中联盟(台州中学、舟山中学等)2017-2018学年高一下学期期中考试英语试卷

    Domestic animals have often been known to save their human companions from danger. From the quick thinking of Duke, the dog who warned his guardians of their baby’s need for medical attention, to the smart actions of service dog Yolanda, who rescued her highly near-sighted human from a house fire by dialing 911, there are many animals out there who have earned the lasting gratitude of their human friends. However, it is truly surprising to hear about undomesticated (未驯服的) animals who, without any obvious reason, stepped in and saved humans from the coming death.
    In June 2005, a twelve-year-old girl was caught by four men in rural south-westEthiopiaas she made her way home from school. A week after the kidnapping, her captors were trying to move her, when three lions chased the men off. The lions remained with the terrified girl until police officers arrived to send her to safety. She told them that although she had been beaten by her kidnappers, who it is believed had been attempting to sell her into a forced marriage, the lions had not touched her.
   Sergeant Wondmu Wedaj said, “They stood guard until we found her and then they just left her like a gift and went back into the forest. Everyone thinks this is some kind of miracle, because normally the lions would attack people.” An Ethiopian wildlife expert claimed that the lions may have spared the girl because her cries had sounded like the mewing of a cub(幼兽).
    This unbelievable story shows that, contrary to certain popular knowledge of wild animals as threats who must be removed to make way for human advancement, we have much more in common with non-human animals and are a lot more dependent on them than we realize. They, too, are capable of showing pity. They, too, have been known to step in and save those weaker than themselves at the most unexpected times, and in ways that humans often fail to predict. They, too, deserve to live out their lives on their own terms.
1.Which of the following statements is true?
A.The little girl was forced to marry the kidnapper.
B.Wild animals often save humans for they’re weaker.
C.Wild animals are often regarded as threats.
D.The lion gave the girl to the police as a gift.
2.The twelve-year-old girl was saved mainly because ________.
A.the lions frightened the kidnappers away
B.she frightened the kidnappers away with her cries
C.the police caught the kidnappers
D.the kidnappers freed her halfway
3.We can conclude from the last paragraph that ________.
A.wild animals deserve a place on the earth
B.humans sometimes gain reward from wild animals
C.humans know wild animals can sometimes save them in need
D.it is wise for wild animals to be friendly to humans

收藏 纠错 题号:8634810 题型: 日期: 试题难度:中等 组卷:10次 引用:2次

来源:浙江省9+1高中联盟(台州中学、舟山中学等)2017-2018学年高一下学期期中考试英语试卷

    It is night in Nairobi,Kenya. Farmers sleep in their homes. Their cows sleep in areas surrounded with fences(栅栏) which keep small animals away. However, the fences do not stop lions, which often hunt at night. They eat other wild animals as well as the cows. On this night the lions get close to the cattle fence. But then, the lions see bright lights. The lights flash, turning on and off , as if there are people holding the lights. The lions run away. They do not know that no one is awake! An eleven year old boy invented these flashing lights. Lion lights are helping people and lions live together peacefully.
    Nairobi is the fastest growing city in the world. Sixteen percent of the city is Nairobi National Park where wild animals are living. Since many places where Nairobi National Park is are not fenced, wild animals can leave the park land freely. Some of these animals, like lions, kill and eat other animals, such as cows. But farmers depend on keeping cows to make money. So they kill lions in order to protect the cows, which leads to a rapid decrease of the number of lions inKenya. Thus, people feel they have to think of other ways to protect cows.
    Richard Turere, poorly educated, has been responsible for caring for the cattle for his family since he turned six. He tried every means he could think of to keep lions away. After trying many times, Turere made a discovery. He said: “One night I was walking around the cowshed with an electric light in my hand. That day the lions did not come. I discovered that lions are afraid of a moving light. So I had an idea. I got an old car battery and an indicator box, which was found in a motorcycle. It helps drivers if they want to turn right or left. It flashes. And I got a switch where I can turn on the lights, on and off. So I set up everything. The lights flashed. They tricked the lions into thinking that I was walking around, but I was sleeping in my bed!”
     Sometimes the best solutions are simple and local. Lion lights are a simple design by a local boy with low level of education, but they are part of solving a very big problem. 
1.How do lion lights help prevent lions from killing the cows?
A. By making lions afraid of these lights.
B.By killing lions with the help of lion lights.
C.By making lions think someone is walking around.
D.By making lions see people walking around at night clearly.
2.People and lions couldn’t live together peacefully before the invention of lion lights because __________.
A.lions killed a lot of wild animals which farmers depend on
B.Farmers killed lions to protect the cows they raised
C.lions were dangerous to people
D.Farmers hunted lions for their fur
3.What can you infer from Paragraph 3?
A.It didn’t take Richard much time to solve the problem.
B.Lion lights are invented from Richard’s own life experience.
C.When the switch is turned on, the light will be on all the time.
D.Richard will walk around frequently at night to keep the lions away.
4.What do you think is the best title of the text?
A.A Simple Design, a Local Boy, and a Big Difference
B.The Story of Richard Turere
C.Local People's Solution to Saving Lions
D.The Invention of Lion Lights.

收藏 纠错 题号:8634829 题型: 日期: 试题难度:中等 组卷:12次 引用:2次

来源:浙江省9+1高中联盟(台州中学、舟山中学等)2017-2018学年高一下学期期中考试英语试卷

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。有两项为多余选项。
 Diet Myths — Get the facts, or your diet may fail!
    Dieting is hard work, and there are plenty of “helpful” diet tricks that can make weight loss even harder.①   
    Carbs(含碳水化合物的食物) are bad for you. Carbohydrates are actually an important source of energy. There are good carbs and bad carbs. Some foods, like white bread or white rice, are example of bad carbs. Good carbs include whole wheat bread and brown rice. They’re rich in fiber and really good for you!
    ②On the contrary, studies show that people who eat breakfast will eat fewer calories throughout the day. And if you know you’re going to be eating a big meal later, don’t starve yourself in order to save you calories. You’ll just eat more during the meal because you’re so hungry! Instead, eat smaller meals a couple days before and after, and exercise more.
    You can control where your body loses weight. Bad news – if you want a flatter stomach, just exercising your abs won't work. ③Cardio(有氧运动) exercises will help burn fat, while weight training helps build muscles. Your “trouble areas” might not be the first to slim down, but keep exercising!
    Your weight depends on your genes.④While a “fat gene” does exist, its influence on your size is small. Smart eating and exercise have a much greater effect than your genes. Only 25 percent of your weight is controlled by genes – the rest is up to you.
    Say “no” to junk food. Many people think that the key to losing weight is cutting out all bad foods.
    ⑤To lose weight and keep it off, eat great 80 percent of the time, but allow yourself in a treat or two the other 20 percent. 
A. You can’t target where you lose weight.
B. But the more strict your diet is, the more likely you are to break it – and in a big way.
C. Here are some common myths about losing weight and the truth behind them.
D. Skipping meals helps you lose more weight.
E. If you and your family have problems with obesity, you’re not sure to be fat.
F. Don’t miss meals but exercise.
G. Instead of choosing a difficult diet, find one you can manage and stick to it every day.

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来源:浙江省9+1高中联盟(台州中学、舟山中学等)2017-2018学年高一下学期期中考试英语试卷

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。
    On a cold winter night, when the moon was shining clearly, and the snow lay on the ground, two foxes started out on a hunt to obtain something to satisfy their hunger. In order to    1    time on the boring way, they sang and frisked, as they walked along.
    For some time, they were    2    in their hunt. Neither in the wood,    3    on the plain, not in the valley, nor on the hill, could they discover even a goose or a    4    . At last, they came to a farmer’s barn, standing by the roadside. Looking    5    in, their eyes    6    as they saw the farmer’s fattest chickens sitting inside, without a thought of the approaching    7    .
    Finding a hole    8    which they could enter with    9    , they hurried in, and speedily secured those unprotected chickens.
One of them, too much    10    for a second thought, abandoned(放纵) himself without limit to the    11    before him. The other, however, having looked carefully about him, concluded it best to control his appetite.
    In fact, he had noticed that the opening which had just permitted them to    12    their way through was extremely small. He thought that if, slim and half-starved, they could barely enter, but to pass out at the same place after a rich meal could be totally   13   . What, then, would become of him, if suddenly
       14   , and he had to escape for his life?
    Just as morning began to dawn, who should appear    15   the farmer himself? His eye instantly fell   16   the two foxes, and seizing a wooden pole, he    17    the trembling criminals hard.
    The cautious one, who had denied   18    , escaped through the opening by which he had entered. But the other, attempting to follow him,    19    firmly, and, being unable either to get through the hole or    20    back, was easily killed by the angry farmer.
1.A.kill    B.waste    C.save    D.spend
2.A.tired    B.unsatisfied    C.unsuccessful    D.relaxed
3.A.nor    B.or    C.never    D.seldom
4.A.mice    B.fish    C.lion    D.rabbit
5.A.happily    B.cautiously    C.freely    D.carelessly
6.A.broadened    B.brightened    C.enlarged    D.darkened
7.A.friends    B.enemies    C.danger    D.chance
8.A.from    B.in    C.through    D.with
9.A.difficulty    B.luck    C.energy    D.help
10.A.delighted    B.careful    C.considerate    D.depressed
11.A.goose    B.lunch    C.fun    D.feast
12.A.walk    B.force    C.crawl    D.step
13.A.likely    B.helpful    C.impossible    D.probable
14.A.discovered    B.disclosed    C.explored    D.escaped
15.A.and    B.with    C.but    D.beside
16.A.at    B.away    C.off    D.on
17.A.fought    B.fired    C.attacked    D.cursed
18.A.themselves    B.herself    C.itself    D.himself
19.A.trapped    B.stuck    C.escaped    D.held
20.A.return    B.turn    C.head    D.leave

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来源:浙江省9+1高中联盟(台州中学、舟山中学等)2017-2018学年高一下学期期中考试英语试卷

阅读下面短文, 在空白处填入1个适当的单词或括号内单词的正确形式。
    April Fool’s day is a day ①people can play jokes on others. No one knows for sure how this holiday began. Some English people hold the ②(believe) that it began on the day during the 1200s. At that time, King John ofEnglandwas in ③habit of making a road out of nearly every path he walked regularly. The citizens of one farm village were aware of this. To protect their grass and farms from being destroyed, they built a fence that prevented the king from walking through their countryside. The king sent a group of soldiers to inform the villagers to remove the fence.
  ④hearing that, however, the villagers developed a plan of their own. When the soldiers arrived, the villagers ran around and shouted wildly with things⑤ (throw) away everywhere, behaving as if they ⑥(go) mad. The soldiers reported to the king that they were so mad as to be beyond punishment. The villagers saved their farmland ⑦(success) by tricking the king. Now April's day ⑧(remain) in fashion, ⑨the tradition only allows tricks from midnight to noon on April 1st. Those who try to play tricks in the afternoon act as⑩(fool) themselves and are usually laughed at.

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随着时间的推进,女性在奥运会中起着越来越重要的作用。

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为保护动物免受猎杀,正在建立一些野生动物保护区,这将使我们受益匪浅。(定语从句)

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很明显他应该为他对室友的恶作剧而道歉。

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如果你能给我一个机会来组织乐队并上台表演,我将不胜感激

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他没有及时到场,他肯定是错过第一班车了

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假如你是美国著名分级阅读图书网站Reading A-Z的一名职员Sophie, 请你给一个中国客户李华写一封e-mail,内容要点如下:
1. 感谢李华订阅Reading A-Z;
2. 向李华推荐公司刚发行的一个新项目Raz-Plus, 建议他购买,(只要再付10美元,Raz-Plus就可以多提供1500本分级读本。)
 注意:
1. 词数80左右(已给的开头与结尾不计入词数)
2. 可以适当增加细节,以使行文流畅。
项目:program  分级读本:a leveled reader 
Dear Lihua,
    My name is Sophie, a clerk in Reading A-Z.
___________________________________________________________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________________________________________
Yours sincerely,
Sophie
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