高中英语 吉林油田高中2012-2013学年高一上学期10月月考试卷 试题及答案 英语.doc
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    Some years ago the captain of a ship was very interested   16    medicine. He always   17        medical books to sea and liked to talk about different diseases. One day a lazy sailor on his ship pretended   18   ill. He lay on his bunk (铺位) and groaned (呻吟) as if he    19   very sick. The captain came to see him and was very pleased to have a patient to   20   . He told the man to rest for a few days and  21   the other sailors do his work. Three days later  22       sailor pretended that he had  23   with his chest.     24    the captain looked in his medical books and told the "sick" man   25   .

       The other sailors were very  26   because they had    27   work to do. The patients had the best food and laughed at their friends when the captain was not   28   . __29   the mate (大副) decided to punish the sick men and mixed up some soap, soot(烟灰),glue(胶水) and other unpleasant things. Then he got  30  from the captain to give his new medicine to the "sick" men. When they tasted the medicine, they really did feel ill. It was   31    horrible that one of the patients jumped out of his bunk, ran up on deck (甲板) and climbed the   32   mast (桅杆) on the ship. The captain    33    that the men had tried   34   him. So he made them    35   very hard for the rest of the ship on the sea.

    16.A.on                       B.for                          C.at                             D.in

    17.A.fetched                B.took                      C.had                          D.got

    18.A.be                       B.was                          C.to be                        D.being

    19.A. will be                B.were                        C.is                             D.should be

    20.A.look for                      B.look in                      C.look back                 D.look after

    21.A.got                      B.took                         C.sent                         D.made

    22.A.other                   B.the other                   C.another                     D.other's

    23.A.something wrong B.wrong something       C.anything wrong         D.wrong anything

    24.A.Before long          B.Once more                C.Suddenly                  D.Certainly

    25.A.to drink some water B.to eat something  C.to have a rest     D.to do more work

    26.A.pleased                B.sorry                        C.angry                       D.surprised

    27.A.more                   B.much                       C.lots of                             D.little

    28.A.out                      B.at home                    C.present                     D.appear

    29.A.At first                 B.At the beginning        C.At last                      D.At the end

    30.A.agreement            B.permission                C.permit                      D.promise

    31.A.very                    B.much                       C.so                            D.quite

    32.A.highest                 B.high                         C.higher                             D.very high

    33.A.heard                   B.heard of                    C.realized                     D.guessed

    34.A.cheating                B.cheat                        C.cheated                    D.to cheat

    35.A.worked                B.to work                    C.work                        D.working

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           Women’s fashions change more rapidly than men’s. In the early 1990’sall women wore their skirts to the ankle. Todaysome skirts are even longer than beforebut some are very short. Women’s shoes have also gone through all sorts of changes in the last 17 years. For Example, boots for women were very common at the beginning of this century. Then for yearsthey were not considered fashionable. Todaythey’re back in style (流行)again in all colourslengths and materials. In facttoday’s women can wear all types of clothes on almost any occasion. While all of these changes were taking place in women’s fashionsmen’s clothing remained almost the same until a few years ago. Andin factmost men are still dressed in the kinds of clothes they used to wear.

    36.What kind of skirts do women like to wear today?

           A. Long skirts.                                             B. Short skirts.

           C. Both long skirts and short skirts.                 D. Neither long skirts nor short skirts.

    37.Now boots are considered          now.

           A. fashionable                                                 B. unfashionable

           C. uncommon                                                D. fit for girls most

    38.When today’s women go to the partythey wear         .

           A. skirts down to the ankle                                B. red long boots

           C. long skirts and short boots                                   D. any kinds of clothes they like

    39.Men’s fashions         .

           A. are changing fast these years                         B. have changed as well

           C. keep unchanged                                           D. change as women’s fashions do

    40.The passage tries to tell us         .

           A. boots for women have been thought fashionable since 1900

           B. women’s shoes are not back again in all colourslengths etc.

           C. today men are dressed in the kinds of clothes they used to wear

           D. fashions for clothesshoes and so on always change

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:政治经济文化类阅读
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           A Russiana Cubanan American businessman and an American lawyer were on a train traveling across England. The Russian took out a large bottle of vodka, gave each of the men a drink and then threw the rest half bottle of vodka out of the window.

           “Why did you do that” asked the American businessman.

           “There’s too much vodka in my country” said the Russian“And really we have more than we will ever use.”

           A little laterthe Cuban passed around fine Havana Cigars. Then he threw his out of the window.

           “I thought Cuba is not a rich country” the businessman said. “But you threw that very good cigars out of the window

           “Cigars” the Cuban answered“are the cheapest in my country. We have more of them than we know what to do with.”

           The American businessman sat quietly for a moment. Then he got upcaught the lawyer by the arm and threw him out of the window.

    41. Vodka is a kind of         .

           A. treasure                  B. alcohol()           C. food                D. medicine

    42. The Russian and the Cuban both wanted to       .

           A. tell the businessman what their countries are rich in

           B. prove(证明) that they were not rich

           C. ask the two Americans to visit their countries

           D. make the businessman happy

    43. When the businessman said “I thought Cuba is not a rich country.”he meant “        ”.

           A. Russian is richer than Cuba

           B. America is not richer than Cuba and Russia

           C. You shouldn’t threw that very good cigar away

           D. Do you have more cigars than me?

    44. What did the businessman want to say by throwing the lawyer out of the window?

           A. I want to buy some vodka.

           B. We have too many lawyers in my country.

           C. I’ll go to Cuba and do some business of cigars.

           D. If you need lawyerscome to America.

    45. Which do you think is the best title for the passage?

           A. Traveling across England                       B. Four Rich Men

           C. You’re Wasting Too Much                   D. There’s Too Much

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:人物传记/故事类阅读
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    When Tom finished his studies at the university (大学), he began to look around for a job. He did not know what he would like to do, but one of his uncles had worked for the government for thirty years, and he advised Tom to try to get a job of the same kind, so he went for an exam one day. He was successful, and his first job was in a large government office in London.

       When Tom had been working there for a few weeks, his uncle came to visit the family one Saturday evening. He was pleased that his nephew (侄子) had got a job working for the government, and he asked him a lot of questions about it.

       One of the questions he asked was, “How many people work in your department (部门), Tom?”

       The young man thought for a few moments and then answered, “About half of them, Uncle Jim.”

    46.   When he graduated (毕业) from university, Tom was not ________.

         A. interested in getting any information from the government          

         B. looking for a good-paying job with excellent hours

         C. good at making decisions            

         D. very good at science

    47.   What did Tom think of his uncle’s advice?

         A. He did not like it.                                B. He thought it was good

         C. He refused to take it.                             D. He was unable to follow it.

    48.   Which of the following is mentioned in the story?

         A. The exam tired him.                          

         B. The result was bad.

         C. He didn’t want to take part in the exam.     

         D. He passed the exam and got a job in a government office.

    49.   The uncle wanted to find out ________.

         A. what his nephew was doing

         B. how his nephew was getting on with his job

         C. whether his nephew could understand him or not    

         D. what his nephew had expected

    50.   In fact Tom’s answer means that __________.

        A. the people working in the government office were in many groups and they worked in turn

        B. All the government workers were working hard

        C. only half of the government workers went to work on time

        D. the government office had more people than needed

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     I don’t often lose things and I’m always careful with money, so I was quite surprised when I reached for my wallet and it wasn’t there. At first, I thought it was possible that I could have left it at home. Then I remembered taking it out to pay the taxi, so I knew I had it with me just before I walked into the restaurant. I wondered if it was possible that it could have dropped out of my pocket while I was eating dinner. I turned and walked back to the table where I had been sitting. Unluckily, there were several people sitting at the table at that time, so I had the waiter go over to the table to see if my wallet was on the floor. While the waiter was looking for it, the head of the restaurant came up to me and asked me if anything was wrong. I told him what had happened. He asked me to report the missing wallet to the police. I told him I didn’t want to do so; I was in a hurry because I had to reach my waiting room before two o’clock, where some sick people were waiting to see me. I also told him that my biggest worry at the moment was how I was going to pay for the meal. He told me not to worry about that. He asked me to write down my name and address, and he said he would send me a bill (帐单).

    51.   When the writer couldn’t find his wallet, his first thought was that________

    A. it had been given to the taxi-driver           B. he had dropped it in the taxi

    C. he had lost his wallet again              D. it might be left at home 

    52.   The writer thought he must have the wallet with him because___________.

    A. he had paid the taxi-driver                   B. he had paid the bill of the meal

    C. the waiter had seen it on the table            D. the waiter was looking for it on the floor

    53.   Why do you think the writer turned and walked back to the table?

    A. He would phone the police about the missing of his wallet.

    B. He wondered if he had dropped his wallet while eating.

    C. The head of the restaurant wanted to know what was wrong.

    D. Several people were sitting at the table at that time.

    54.   The writer of the story is probably a _________.

    A. doctor              B. cook(厨师)      C. school teacher       D. newspaper reporter

    55.   Which of the following words can best describe the head of the restaurant?

    A. Modest.          B. Kind.               C. Clever.                 D. Greedy(贪婪).

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:日常生活类阅读
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