高中英语黑龙江省鸡西市第十九中学2015-2016学年高一下学期期末考试英语试题 Word版含答案.doc
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    Ellis Island is located in New York Harbor. Ellis Island is open daily year-round from 9:30am to 5:00pm, with more hours during summer. It is closed on December 25. It is free to Ellis Island; donations are gratefully accepted.

    At Your Fingertips

       Park information                        (212) 363- 7620

       Emergencies(紧急情况)               (212 ) 363- 3260

       Ferryboat(渡船) information           (212) 269- 5755

       Lost and found                           (212) 344- 7620

       Dining, gifts, & audio tour                (212) 344- 0996

    Transportation

    Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island Ferry: Boats leave from Battery Park, Manhattan, and from Liberty State Park, New Jersey. They run about every 30 to 45 minutes beginning at 9: 15 am. ( ferry schedule(安排) subject to change).

    Hours: May vary(变化); call the number below

    Closed: December 25

    Ferry fees (Includes Liberty and Ellis Islands): adults, $ 7; senior citizens, $6; children (age 3 to 17), $ 3. ( lower group rates(价格) are available for 25 or more adults)

    Ticket & schedule information: (212) 269- 5755

    1. In summer, visitors will have ___________ to visit Ellis Island.

    A. no enough money   B. a wonderful time 

    C. a shorter time       D. a longer time

    2. Which number would you call if your friends were suddenly ill?

    A. (212) 344- 0996       B. (212) 363- 3260 

    C. (212 ) 363- 7620    D. (212) 269- 5755

    3. Which of the following is true?

    A. People can visit Ellis Island by paying for $ 7 .

    B. The boats departure(启程) time from Battery Park is at 9:15 a.m. all the year round.

    C. Ferry fees for children are cheaper than for adults.

    D. Ferry fees for group visitors can’t be reduced.

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:广告布告类阅读
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         When my family moved to America in 2010 from a small village in Guangdong, China, we brought not only our luggage(行李), but also our village rules, customs and culture. One of the rules is that young people should always respect(尊敬) elders. Unluckily, this rule led to my very first embarrassment in the United States.

        I had a part-time job as a waiter in a Chinese restaurant. One time, when I was serving food to a middle-aged couple, the wife asked me how the food could be served so quickly. I told her that I had made sure they got their food quickly because I always respect the elderly. As soon as I said that, her face showed great displeasure. My manager, who happened to hear what I said, took me aside and gave me a long lecture about how sensitive(敏感) Americans are and how they dislike the description “old”. I then walked back to the table and apologized to the wife. After the couple heard my reason, they understood that the problem was caused by cultural differences, so they laughed and were no longer angry.

        In my village in China, people are proud of being old. Not so many people live to be seventy or eighty, and people who reach such an age have the most knowledge and experience. Young people always respect older people because they know they can learn from their rich experience.

        However, in the United States, people think “growing old” is a problem since “old” shows that a person is going to retire(退休) or that the body is not working well. Here many people try to keep themselves away from growing old by doing exercises or jogging, and women put on makeup, hoping to look young. When I told the couple in the restaurant that I respect the elderly, they got angry because this caused them to feel they had failed to stay young. I had told them something they didn’t want to hear.

        After that, I changed the way I had been with older people. It is not that I don’t respect them any more; I still respect them, but now I don’t show my feelings through words.

    4.Jack brought the couple their food very fast because _______.

    A. the manager asked him to do so             B. the couple wanted him to do so

    C. he respected the elderly           D. he wanted more pay

    5. When Jack called the couple “elderly”, they became _______.

    A. nervous   B. unhappy  C. satisfied  D. excited

    6.After this experience, Jack _______.

    A. changed his way with older people     B. made friends with the couple

    C. no longer respected the elderly    D. lost his job in the restaurant

    7.Which of the following is TRUE?

    A. The more Jack explained, the angrier the couple got.

    B. Jack wanted to show his feelings through words after his experience.

    C. From this experience, Jack learned more about American culture.

    D. The manager went back to the table and apologized to the couple.

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:政治经济文化类阅读
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    Alfred Nobel, the great Swedish inventor and industrialist, was born in Stockholm on October 21, 1833, but moved to Russia with his parents in 1842, where his father, Immanuel, made a strong position for himself in the engineering industry. Immanuel Nobel invented landmine and made a lot of money from the government during the Crimean War, but went bankrupt soon after. Then, the family returned to Sweden in 1859, where Alfred began his own study of explosives(爆炸) in his father’s lab. He had never been to school or university but had taught himself, and by the time he was twenty, he became a skillful chemist and excellent linguist(语言学家), speaking Swedish, Russian, German, French and English. He built up over 80 companies in 20 different countries. He was always searching for a meaning to life. He spent much time and money working on how to end the wars, and the peace between nations, until his death in Italy in 1896. His famous last will, in which he left money to provide prizes for outstanding work in physics, chemistry, physiology, medicine, literature and peace, is a memorial to his interests and ideas. And so, the man is remembered and respected long after his death.

    8.Where was Alfred Nobel born? He was born in ________.

    A. Sweden                                    B. Moscow

    C. Russia                                      D. Stockholm

    9.What did Immanuel Nobel invented during the Crimean War?

    A. Landmine.             B. A strong position.

    C.  The engineering industry.        D. Study of explosives.

    10. Alfred Nobel built up more than________ companies in different countries.

    A. 80                                              B. 60

    C. 40                                              D. 20

    11. What was Alfred Nobel always searing for? ________.

    A. More time and more money       B.How to end the war

    C. A meaning to life                       D. The peace between nations

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:人物传记/故事类阅读
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      Napoga is a 12-year-old girl in Ghana(加纳), Africa. It is hard for her family to get clean water. Every morning, she leaves home at half past five to get clean water for her family in a village far away. It takes her six hours to get enough clean water for daily(日常) cooking and drinking. She has no time to go to school or to play with her friends. Millions of people in the world are like Napoga. They can’t get enough clean water to keep healthy.

      Earth Day is April 22. But on all other days, we must also remember it. The water we use is the most important natural resource(自然资源) on the earth.Water covers 70% of the earth’s surface(表面). But most of that is sea water. We can’t use it for very many things. Fresh water covers only 1% of the earth’s surface. You probably feel lucky that your life isn’t as hard as Napoga’s. But that doesn’t mean you don’t have to worry about water. We all face serious water problems. One of them is water pollution. All kinds of things from cars, factories, farms and homes make our rivers, lakes, and oceans dirty. Polluted water is very bad for people to drink. And dirty water is bad for fish, too. Now, 34% of all kinds of fish are dying out.

      How do cars and factories make our water dirty? First, they pollute the air. Then, when it rains, the rain water comes down and makes our drinking water dirty. Dirty rain, called acid rain(酸雨), is also bad for plants, animals and buildings.

    Scientists say that in 30 years, more than half of the people in the world won’t have enough clean water. We have to learn how to save more water for ourselves and our children. Here is some advice for saving water:

    ●Turn off the water while you brush your teeth. You can save as much as 450 liters() each month.

    ●Leaky taps(漏水的龙头) waste a lot of water. Fix them right away!

    ●You can easily cut your 10-minute showers(沐浴) in half—and you’ll be just as clean.

    ●When you wash dishes, don’t let the water run.

    ●Only wash clothes when you have a lot to wash. If your washing machine isn’t full, you’re wasting water!

    12. Every morning Napoga went to get clean water _______.

    A. before she went to school       B. after she finished school

    C without going to school       D. after she played with her friends 

    13. On the earth, _______.

    A. sea water is widely used than fresh water 

    B. we don’t need to worry about water

    C. there is 71% of fresh water           

    D. there is very little water for our living

    14. Acid rain _______.

    A. is only bad for living things

    B. can be produced in factories

    C. doesn’t just do harm to human beings but to ani­mals, plants and buildings

    D. doesn’t do harm to people, but it’s bad for plants, animals and buildings

    15. What’s the main idea of the passage?

    A. Something must be done to prevent water form be­ing polluted.

    B. It’s time to take care of the water we use.

    C. Clean water means much to human beings and living things around us.

    D. Water is the most important natural resource on the earth.

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:人物传记/故事类阅读
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     (16)____You probably think you will never be a top student. This is not necessarily so, however. Anyone can become a better student if he or she wants to. Here’s how:

      Plan your time carefully. When planning your work, you should make a list of things that you have to do. After making this list, you should make a schedule of your time. First your time for eating , sleeping, dressing, etc. Then decide a good, regular time for studying.(17)____ A weekly schedule may not solve all your problems, but it will force you realize what is happening to your time.

    Find a good place to study. Look around the house for a good study area. Keep this space, which may be a desk or simply a corner of your room, free of everything but study materials. No games, radios, or television. When you sit down to study, concentrate on the subject.

    Make good use of your time in class. (18)____Listening carefully in class means less work later. Taking notes will help you remember what the teacher says.

    Study regularly. When you get home from school, go over your notes, review the important points that your teacher is going to discuss the next day, read that material. (19)_____If you do these things regularly, the material will become more meaningful,and you’ll remember it longer.

    Develop a good attitude towards tests. The purpose of a test is to show what you have learned about a subject. They help you remember your new knowledge. The world won’t end if you don’t pass a test, so don’t be over worried.

    (20)_____ You will probably discover many others after you have tried these.

    A. Don’t forget to set aside enough time for entertainment.

    B. There are other methods that might help you with your studying.

    C. Maybe you are an average student.

    D. No one can become a top student unless he or she works hard.

    E. Take advantage of class time to listen to everything the teacher says.

    F. This will help you understand the next class.w

    G. Make full use of class time to take notes of what the teacher asys in class.

    题型:未分类  知识点:七选五题型
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