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    高中英语-湖北省武汉市部分重点中学2014-2015学年高二下学期期末考试英语试卷 试题及答案

  • 试题:

    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,每句中最多有两赴,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(Λ),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,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限一词。
              2).只允许修改10处,多者(从第11处起)不计分。
        One Sunday, I was reading my book while it suddenly occurred to me that it was my mother birthday the next day. However, I forgot it complete. I was worried that I didn’t prepare any present to her. At that moment, idea of online shopping came to my mind. I clicked the mouse and search some famous shopping websites. Having compared the price of many dress, I chose one with a reasonable price which I supposed my mum would appreciate it and bought it as soon as possible.The next day I received the dress as expected without get out of my room.You see, online shopping is very convenient that it has made our life color1 ful.

     



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  • 试题:

    阅读下列短文,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最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。

    That was when my son was 6 years old. My son is now 22 but whenever I look at him even as a grown man, I remember the small child with 41 .

    Our cat was 42  to give birth. And like all young children, my son was very interested in the birth of the babies. During the following week, he never stopped 43 me for a chance to witness it. At last, I agreed. I answered all his questions and prepared him the best 44 he might not be shocked or frightened.

    That 45  when my son arrived home, one baby cat had been born. He was so 46  at what he saw that he would put his hand on the mother cat’s stomach and feel the other babies 47 . When the mother cat began to 48  very loudly, it was clear that the second baby was on its way. My son 49 but never said a word. Then he asked me, “Mum, why does she cry so loudly when the baby comes” I 50  that it was not a hurtful pain but a pain of great pleasure 51 the mother.

    When the 52 of the third baby was coming by the crying of the mother cat, my son 53 hugged me with tears 54 his face, saying, “Mum, I’m sorry for the 55  I brought you to have me.” My heart almost stopped. With a(n) 56  choice of words, I told him that his birth had brought me 57 but smiles, and that I would like to 58  it 100 times.

    Now my son is a grown man, but he always 59 that night, for it was on that night that he finally 60 what the word “love” meant.

     

    41.A.smiles              B.care              C.interest              D.tears

    42.A.ready               B.determined              C.willing              D.upset

    43.A.searching              B.begging              C.thanking              D.commanding

    44.A.unless              B.until              C.so that               D.as if

    45.A.morning              B.afternoon              C.night               D.noon

    46.A.amazed              B.frightened              C.angry              D.sad

    47.              A.jumping              B.sleeping              C.growing              D.moving

    48.A.laugh              B.cry               C.cough              D.shout

    49.A.watched              B.noticed              C.found              D.responded

    50.A.realized              B.expressed              C.explained               D.added

    51.A.in              B.with              C.for               D.on

    52.A.birth              B.loss              C.performance              D.protection

    53.A.peacefully              B.suddenly               C.actually              D.naturally

    54.A.calming down              B.setting down              C.rolling down               D.turning down

    55.A.trial              B.pain               C.cruelty              D.violence

    56.A.hopeful              B.useless              C.careful               D.informal

    57.              A.something              B.anything              C.everything              D.nothing

    58.A.join in              B.go through               C.dream of              D.suffer from

    59.A. remembers               B.regrets              C.ignores              D.prefers

    60.A.admitted              B.decided              C.understood               D.doubted



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  • 试题:

    A popular CCTV host’s “improper remarks” that were caught on video at a dinner party have led to an investigation into the incident and a suspension of his programs.

    The video, released online on Monday, showed host Bi Fujian using vulgar words about Chairman Mao Zedong while singing in the style of Peking Opera, enraging(激怒) some netizens and causing a stir on the Internet.

    CCTV said on its micro blog on Wednesday that it will investigate the incident, which it said many have found disturbing.

    Bi’s programs will stop being broadcast until at least Sunday, as his comments in the video have seriously damaged the broadcaster’s image, Huaxi Metropolis Daily quoted a CCTV staff member as saying.

    The CCTV employee said it is uncertain whether the programs can be broadcast again after Sunday, the report added.

    Bi, 56, is popular for a hosting style that engages the audience. He has hosted the CCTV Spring Festival Gala since 2012, as well as a popular talent show involving Westerners speaking Chinese. The cancellation was the first decision after Nie Chenxi was named CCTV president on Tuesday, the report said, adding that Nie had ordered all staff members to strictly correct work styles.

    A micro-blogger named Zhou Junchi said that free speech doesn’t mean it is OK to defame others, adding that Bi’s comments were not proper for a popular host. Cheng Manli, a professor specializing in communication at Peking University, echoed Zhou, saying Bi should pay more attention to his behavior and speech as a public figure.

    “It does not mean we cannot share our opinions, but using ugly words and sarcasm to comment on Chinese leaders who have passed away is improper,” Cheng said.

    “The actions and words of celebrities are easily broadened in today’s Internet era, which is open and can have a huge influence, so it is a must for the public figures to boost the quality of their speech and behavior. Otherwise, their images will be affected, such as the stars who were recently punished for drug use,” she said.

    “Everyone should take responsibility for what he or she says in public and online. It’s better, I think, to share different ideas in a normal way,” she suggested. But she added that the party in the video seemed private, “so its release is also improper to some extent.”

    The video was recorded by someone sitting on Bi’s right, but who it is and why the video was put online is unknown. 

    32. According to the passage, CCTV’s  response when the incident happened was ______.

    A. to change his job

    B. to have Bi Fujian fired

    C. to look into the matter

    D. to make him apologize

    33. We can learn from the passage that _______.

    A. Bi Fujian’s program will be stopped forever

    B. the incident happened before the new CCTV president’s arrival

    C. the video was recorded when Bi Fujian was working in a program

    D. Huaxi Metropolis Daily thinks the incident damages CCTV’s image

    34. As is mentioned in the passage, Chen Manli holds the view that________.

    A. Bi Fujian should be severely punished

    B. a celebrity’s influence can be enlarged through the Internet

    C. public figures should not share their opinions

    D. it is all right to release private video of a celebrity

    35. The underlined word “boost” probably means “_________”.

    A. cover    B. improve     C. influence    D. solve



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  • 试题:

    Immigration is the act of coming to a foreign country to live. The act of leaving one's country to settle in another is called emigration. Immigrants who flee their country because of persecution, war, or such disasters as famines or epidemics are known as refugees or displaced persons. Most people find it very hard to pull up roots in their native land and move to a strange country. But throughout history, countless millions of people have done so. The heaviest immigration worldwide took place from the early 1800's to the Great Depression, the economic hard times of the 1930's. In that period, about 60 million people moved to a new land. Most came from Europe. More than half immigrated to the United States. Other destinations included Canada, Argentina, Brazil, Australia, New Zealand, and South Africa. Today, the availability of fast, safe, and cheap transportation helps make migration easier. Asia is replacing Europe as the major immigrant-sending area. The United States remains the chief receiving nation.

    People abandon their homeland and move to another country for various reasons.

    The main reason for immigration has long been economic opportunity----the desire for better land or a better job. During the 1800's, for example, the rich prairie land of the United States attracted many European farmers. Today, professional people commonly emigrate because of better opportunities elsewhere. Such emigration has sometimes been called brain drain. Many doctors and nurses and numerous engineers and scientists have moved to the United States.

    Religious persecution has led many people to move to a new land for the freedom to practice their faith. Such immigrants include Jews expelled from England in the 1200's.

    Wars, revolutions, and political unrest have driven innumerable people to find new homes. In the 1990's alone, millions of refugees fled from warfare in Afghanistan, Iraq, Liberia, Iran, Uganda, Southeastern Asia, and Central America.

    Some immigrants were brought to a new land against their will. From the 1500's to the 1800's Europeans shipped black Africans to the Western Hemisphere as slaves. The United Kingdom transported prisoners to Australia from the late 1700s to the 1860s to relieve over crowding in British jails. Before that time, the United Kingdom sent prisoners to the American colonies.

    Immigrants have made enormous contributions to the culture and economy of such nations as Australia, Canada, New Zealand the United States. But their accomplishments have been made with great difficulty. At times, the United States, like many receiving countries, has restricted immigration to maintain a more homogeneous society in which all the people share the same ethnic, geographic, and cultural background. Although some immigration laws have been relaxed, many new comers of different backgrounds still face challenges in gaining acceptance.

    28. Most Immigrants to the United States in the nineteenth century came from _______.

    A. Europe        B. Asia          C. Australia     D. South Africa

    29. There are altogether______ reasons  of immigration listed in the passage.

    A.2              B.3              C. 4             D. 5

    30.The main reason for immigration is __________according to the passage.

    A. slavery trade                      B. religious persecution

    C. economic opportunity               D. political unrest

    31.In the last paragraph ,“a homogeneous society” is one in which__________.

    A. immigration  laws  have been relaxed. 

    B. people from different backgrounds live harmoniously together.

    C. a brain drain occurs.

    D. people share the same ethnic, geographic, and cultural backgrounds.



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  • 试题:

    Deaf teenagers Orlando Chavez and German Resendiz have been friends since kindergarten. Together the two boys, who go to Escondido High School in California, have had the difficult job of learning in schools where the majority of the students can speak and hear.

    Orlando lost his hearing at the age of one. German was born deaf, and his parents moved from Mexico to find a school where he could learn sign language. He met Orlando on their first day of kindergarten.

    “We were in a special class with about 25 other deaf kids,” German remembers. “Before then, I didn’t know I was deaf and that I was different.”

    “Being young and deaf in regular classes was very hard,” signs Orlando. “The other kids didn’t understand us and we didn’t understand them. But we’ve all grown up together, and today, I’m popular because I’m deaf. Kids try hard to communicate with me.”

    Some things are very difficult for the two boys.“We can’t talk on the phone, so if we need help, we can’t call an emergency service,” German signs. “And we can’t order food in a drive-thru.”

    Despite their difficulties, the two boys have found work putting food in bags at a local supermarket. They got their jobs through a “workability” program, designed for teenagers from local schools with different types of learning disabilities.

    German has worked in the supermarket since August, and Orlando started in November.

    “The other people who work here have been very nice to us,” Orlando signs.“They even sign sometimes. At first, we were nervous, but we’ve learned a lot and we’re getting better.”

    The opportunity to earn money has been exciting, both boys said. After high school, they hope to attend the National Technical Institute for the Deaf in New York.

    25.Orlando and German have been_____________.

    A.to Mexico together.

    B.deaf since they were born.

    C.friends since they were very young.

    D.to different high schools.

    26.The word “emergency” in paragraph 5 is closest in meaning to________.

    A.food.              B.crisis.           C.alarm.            D.quick.

    27.Both boys are happy to__________________.

    A.have the opportunity to earn money.

    B.work at the National Technical Institute for the Deaf.

    C.help students with learning disabilities.

    D.design programs for the deaf.



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