高中英语金山中学2014-2015高二期末考试试卷 试题及答案.doc
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    DCU·LS is the English Language Training Center of Dublin City University. Our courses are designed for adults (18+). We offer a lot of English language courses throughout the year in addition to special programmes in summer. Our school proudly has the same high standards which have gained Dublin City University a national and international reputation(名声) for the excellence of its courses. Recognized by Department of Education as an English language school for the teaching of English as a foreign language. DCU·LS offers you a friendly atmosphere in which you can improve your English skills. Because we are a university based company, we also offer our students ways to university facilities(设备).

    For more information please contact(联系):

    DCU Language Services, Dublin City University, Dublin 9, Ireland

    Tel: +353 1 705552

    Fax: +353 1 70511

    Email: Is.elt @ dcu.ie

    Web: www.dculs.dcu.ie

    21. Who can take part in the courses offered by DCU·LS ?

    A. Teenagers.              B. Adults over 18.          C. College students.      D. English teachers.

    22. What can we learn about DCU·LS according to the passage?

    A. They offer special programmes throughout the year.

    B. We can contact it by writing letters as well as sending emails and fax.

    C. The school is famous for its excellent courses both at home and abroad.

    D. DCU·LS lies in Dublin City University, Dublin 9, England.

    23. What kind of writing is this passage?

    A. A travelling guide        B. A notice               C. An official report       D. An advertisement

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     A family in Guelph, Ontario is spending a year living “in 1982”. They’re doing it so their kids can see what life was like before technology like iPads, computers and even coffee machines was part of everyday life.

    They have stopped using all technology from their home and are relying on the things people would have used back in the 80s. There is a box at the front door where people can put their cell phones in, while they’re visiting the family.

    Blair McMillan and his wife Morgan want their kids—Trey, 5, and Denton, 2—to have a year without technology.

    Instead of reading e-readers, they are reading books. Instead of using a GPS, they used paper maps. The home the family is living in was built in the 1980s. Even the way they dress and style their hair is from the 80s.

    The whole idea started when young Trey was called to come outside. He didn’t because he was busy playing on the ipad. That’s why his dad thought of the idea of living “in 1982” for a year. The family plans to live like “it’s 1982” until April next year. To them, one of the hardest things was giving up their cell phone.

    24. What will the visitors do when they come to see the family?

    A. The way they dress and style their hair must be from the 80s.

    B. They must leave their cell phone at home.

    C. They will put their cell phone outside before entering the room.

    D. They can use the phone prepared by the family.

    25. What is mainly talked about in the fourth paragraph?

    A. Dos and don’ts.                               B. Reasons and results.

    C. Advantages and disadvantages.                   D. Advice and plans.

    26. Who made the family have the idea of living “in 1982”?

    A. The reporter.      B. Young Trey.             C. Blair McMillan.      D. Morgan.

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    There are many traditions around the holidays. “Holiday traditions” are things that people do every year during a holiday such as Christmas or Thanksgiving. At Christmas, for example, many people put up a Christmas tree or Christmas lights. These are Christmas traditions that have been going on for many years. But there is a “new” Christmas tradition that has become very popular: the TV firelog, a TV channel that shows nothing but a large log fire, blazing in a fireplace. 

    People put it on their TV and it makes them feel like they are watching and listening to a crackling fire. It makes them feel calm and comfortable. The origin(起源) dates back to 1986 in Canada. At that time, not very many people knew about it or watched the channel. Today, more than three million people watch the firelog channel during the winter holiday season. That year, the firelog channel was created(创造) to give the workers in the company that is now called Shaw Cable, a break at Christmas. By running the firelog during the holidays, everyone could go home for a few days and enjoy a bit of time off.

    At that time, it was only broadcast to people in Edmonton but today it reaches people across Canada and beyond. This year, the Shaw firelog was updated. It is pretty high tech. Although it’s still really just a fire log that has been filmed, it has its own Twitter account (@ShawFireLog), its own Facebook page and it even has a computer App so you can see the burning log on a smartphone or a tablet. The Shaw firelog will burn until Jan. 5 on Shaw Cable, channel 222.

    27. What does this passage mainly talk about?

    A. The origin and popularity of the TV firelog.

    B. Famous holiday traditions.

    C. What makes the TV firelog so popular.

    D. The TV firelog today.

    28. What does the underlined words “the TV firelog” mean in Paragraph 1?

    A. It is an old Christmas tradition beginning a long time ago.

    B. It is a TV channel that shows nothing but a fireplace. 

    C. It is a TV channel with all kinds of Christmas traditional programs.

    D. It is a TV channel where people can watch a large log fire.

    29. For what purpose was the TV firelog created?

    A. To attract more people to watch their programs.

    B. To make people feel calm and comfortable by watching a crackling fire.

    C. To give the people working at the company a few days off at Christmas.

    D. To create more new traditions for people to celebrate Christmas.

    30. What can we learn about the TV firelog from the passage?

    A. More than three million people watched the channel in 1986.

    B. It was broadcast to people in Edmonton and across Canada when it first started.

    C. It has its own Twitter account but no Facebook page now.

    D. The burning of the firelog will last until Jan. 5 on Shaw Cable.

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    Many facts suggest that children are overweight and the situation is getting worse, according to the doctors.    31   .

    Some people blame(责备) the fact that we are surrounded (包围) by shops selling unhealthy, fatty foods, such as fried chicken and ice cream, at low prices.    32   , then probably children would buy less take-away food.

       33   . I agree with this, because good eating habits begin early in life, long before children start to visit fast food shops. If parents often give their children fried chicken and chocolate rather than healthy food, they will go for sweet and salty foods, and children will find it hard to get rid of the habit.

    There is a third reason for this situation. Children these days take very little exercise. They do not walk to school. When they get home, they sit in front of the television or their computers and play computer games.    34   . What they need is to go outside and play active games or sports.

       The above are the main reasons for this problem.    35   , as well as forcing them away from fast food shops and bad eating habits.

    A. There is another argument that blames parents for allowing their children to become overweight

    B. Adults are becoming fatter and unhealthier too

    C. If there were fewer of these restaurants

    D. Therefore we have to encourage young people to be more active

    E. Not only is this an unhealthy pastime(消遣), it also gives them time to eat more unhealthy food

    F. I feel there are a number of reasons for this

    G. It’s a good idea to allow children to eat what they choose

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    We had moved from Cairo to Illinois, away from my grandmother when I was eight years old. I   36    her terribly. I was told I was her favorite   37  ; she was my favorite “Granny.”

    My heart   38   for a long time after we went away. Mother must have noticed I wanted to see her,   39   she would take my   40   and me back to visit my Granny sometimes. I know Granny loved us.   41   it was something you could feel with your   42  . She didn’t live in a fancy(豪华的) house or have   43   things, but I never cared.

        Although she didn’t have much,   44    did we, she did something for my brother Tommie and me. I will always remember she saved her   45   in a glass jar, which had   46   her since she was married. I am sure Granny could have   47    those pennies herself but she saved them to   48   us when we came to visit. Because I was the older, I was   49    dividing() the pennies   50   between my brother and me.

    “One for you, one for me,” I would   51    the words until the jar was empty. I don’t remember how much we collected on our   52   and the amount(数量) wasn’t important at all. It was the idea that she remembered us and cared about us   53   moved me. Those   54   of my childhood still give me warm feelings when I’m sad. I often wonder if I found a penny   55   on the ground somewhere, could it possibly be Granny tossing() me pennies from heaven?

    36. A. preferred                   B. missed                     C. wondered                 D. remembered

    37. A. relative                      B. neighbor                   C. partner                     D. grandchild

    38. A. touched                     B. felt                          C. ached                      D. flew

    39. A. so                             B. but                           C. still                         D. and

    40. A. aunt                          B. cousin                      C. sister                      D. brother

    41. A. Totally                      B. Extremely                 C. Actually                   D. Sincerely

    42. A. thoughts                    B. eyes                        C. mind                       D. heart

    43. A. powerful                   B. expensive                 C. familiar                   D. large

    44. A. either                       B. none                        C. nor                          D. so

    45. A. pennies                     B. candies                    C. jewels                     D. sweets

    46. A. added to                     B. belonged to               C. stood for                D. come up to

    47. A. protected                   B. saved                       C. used             D. collected

    48. A. help                          B. give                         C. attract                      D. comfort

    49. A. in charge of               B. in danger of             C. in search of             D. in favor of

    50. A. legally                       B. logically                    C. informally                D. equally

    51. A. ignore                       B. appreciate                C. request                    D. repeat

    52. A. visits                         B. holidays                    C. weekends                 D. youth

    53. A. which                        B. that                         C. where                      D. what

    54. A. performances            B. sights                      C. memories                 D. accidents

    55. A. lying                          B. burying                    C. shining                     D. signaling

    题型:完型填空  知识点:日常生活类
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