高中英语贵州省遵义航天高级中学2016-2017学年高二上学期第一次月考英语试题 Word版含答案.doc
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    The first summer job is often a signal that you’re on your way to adulthood, here are some good choices for you!

    Retail(零售) Sales

    Retail offers plenty of opportunity for teens who are looking for a job. This type of work can pay from $10 to $15 an hour depending on the duty you are expected to take on. It can also be great for teens who are friendly and enjoy talking to other people. For more information, call us at 111-222-3333.

    Food Service

    A job in the food service industry is a natural fit for sociable teens who enjoy communicating with public. It allows employees to work as part of a team while learning about following instructions. It also comes with the opportunity to earn between $8 and $10 per hour. For more information, just call 111-222-3533.

    Babysitter

    This job requires someone who is highly responsible. Though it pays generally $6 and $8 hourly, it also requires a lot of patience. This is a great choice for teens who wish to make a career in teaching, child care, social work or any other field that makes use of social skills or requires interaction with kids. Got a question?  Just call 111-222-3336.

    Housekeeping

    This type of work can bring in about $5 an hour and it will allow teens to learn responsibility[Z-X-X-K]and develop their organizational skills. The summer sees an increase in the tourism industry, so hotels are often looking for more housekeeping staff, and parks often need more people to assist with keeping public areas clean and organized as well. Telephone: 111-222-3330.(266 words)

    21. If you are interested in selling goods, you can call______.


    A.111-222-3333.

    C.111-222-3533.

    B.111-222-3336.

    D.111-222-3330.


    22. How much money may you get an hour working in Food Service?


    A.$6.

    C.$11.

    B.$9.

    D.$15.


    23. What job might be helpful for the career in teaching?


    A. Retail Sales.

    C. Food Service.

    B. Babysitter.

    D. Housekeeping.


    24. How is housekeeping different from the other choices?

    A.      It allows workers to work as a team.

    B.      It helps teens’ skills of arrangements.

    C.      It needs someone who enjoys talking.

    D.     It requires a lot of patience for the work.

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    When Abraham Lincoln was young, he worked in a store. One day a woman came into the store and bought some things. They added up to two dollars and six and a quarter cents.

    The bill was paid, and the woman was entirely satisfied. But the young storekeeper, not feeling quite sure as to the accuracy of his calculations(计算), added up the things again. To his surprise, “ I’ve made her pay six and a quarter cents more, ”said Abe, disturbed.

    It was an unimportant thing, and many clerks would have forgotten it, but Abe was too mindful of that. “ The money must be paid back, ”he decided.

    At night, he closed the store, and walked to the home of his customer. He explained the matter, paid over the six and a quarter cents, and returned satisfied.

    Here is another story of him. A woman entered the store and asked for half a pound of tea. The young clerk weighed it out. This was the last sale of the day.

    The next morning, it occurred to him that he had used the scale(天平) the previous night, and so, of course, given his customers short weight. I am afraid that there are many country merchants who would not have been much worried by this discovery. But Abe weighed out the balance of the half pound, shut up the store, and carried it to the cheated customer. I think my young readers will begin to see that the name so often given of “Honest Old Abe, ” was well deserved. A man who begins by strict honesty in his youth is not likely to change as he grows older. (281 words)

    25.     What happened when Abe calculated a woman’s things?

    A. He tricked her.

    C. He charged less.

    B. He made a mistake.

    D. He was very careful.

    26.     The underlined word “merchant” is closest in meaning to the word _______.

    A. businessman

    C. shopper

    B. reader

    D. worker

    27.     What can we learn from Abe’s stories?

    A.      Better late than never.

    B.      Honesty is the best policy.

    C.      A good name is better than gold.

    D.     Where there is a will, there is a way.
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    The groundhog(土拨鼠) has been considered a weather prophet(预言家) for many years in north America.

    According to legend, all winter long the furry brown groundhog sleeps in his comfortable underground home, or hole. On February 2, he wakes up. The groundhog is very hungry and comes out to search for food. If the sun is shining, the groundhog will see his own shadow. The sight of his shadow gives him such a fright that he quickly returns to his hole. If the sun is not shining, there will be no shadow. The groundhog will not be scared and he will stay outside his hole. Spring will come very soon.

    The idea that animals could foretell the weather probably began in ancient Europe. At the time, most of the people were farmers and the weather was very important to them. If spring came early they could begin the planting season early and have and early harvest. They found some animals were good weather prophets. On February 2, when they celebrated Candlemas Day, all the people watched for an animal leaving its hole. In Germany, farmers watched for a badge(獾). In England farmers looked for a hedgehog(刺猬). They believed the animals could foretell the weather for the next six weeks.

    When the early settlers came to North America there no badgers or hedgehogs near their homes. The farmers did not know when to plant their crops. In time they discovered an animal that left its hole at the end of winter. That animal was the groundhog. Every February 2 they watched for a groundhog. Finally, the day came to be called “Groundhog Day”. (283 words)

    28. What will a groundhog do if the sun is not shining?

    A. Returning to his hole.

    C. Feeling extremely scared.

    B. Staying outside his hole.

    D. Playing with his shadow.

    29. What can we learn about badgers?

    A.      They were more helpful than hedgehogs.

    B.      They were killed for food by the England.

    C.      They were preferred by the English farmers.

    D.     They were seen as weather prophets in Germany.

    30. What does the underlined phrase “the early settlers” refer to?

    A. The badgers.

    C. The farmers.

    B. The groundhogs.

    D. The foreigners.

    31. What is the author’s purpose in writing the text?

    A.      To describe a special animal.

    B.      To introduce an animal festival.

    C.      To show how to live with groundhogs.

    D.     To help people search for groundhogs.
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        A rare virus infection has appeared in the central United States, a team of doctors has just reported. The virus causes fever, a drop in the blood’s infection-fighting white cells and a reduction in the blood platelets(血小板). Up to now, there have been eight confirmed cases. Seven men became very sick with the disease but recovered. The eighth man died.

    The disease was first noticed in June, 2009. Two Missouri farmers came to the hospital. They reported headaches, nausea, high fevers, and diarrhea. And they were very, very tired. Blood tests showed the men had low white-blood-cell counts. Both men reported they had been recently bitten by ticks(蜱虫). The first man said his wife removed a tick from his body the day before his fever began. The second farmer had been “ticked” a lot. He told doctors he had averaged 20 tick bites a day for almost two weeks. His last tick bite had been about three days before his fever struck.

    Ticks spread many diseases, so the doctors tested for common ones. Their tests didn’t turn up anything. Antibiotics(抗生素) failed to help. But that’s not surprising as it turns out that both men were infected with a virus.

    Although doctors guessed the virus came from the bite of an infected tick, they couldn’t be sure. So Harry Savage of the CDC(Centers for Disease Control) and his colleagues hunted ticks at 12 places, including the farms belonging to the first two Missouri patients. In all, they collected 56,428 of the tiny animals. There were three different species of ticks in their collection. But the result is still unknown. Get to know more news, please click here. (284 words)

    32.     What effects do the rare virus infection have on people’s health?

    A. It causes a loss of blood platelets.

    C. It causes people to die directly.

    B. It causes a drop of all white cells.

    D. It causes a higher body temperature.

    33.     What can we learn about “ticks”?

    A. Their bites are harmless.

    B. They prefer to bite farmers.

    C. Their bites might lead to terrible stomachaches.

    D. They might have something to do with the virus.

    34.     Where can we properly find the article?

    A. A website.

    C. A textbook.

    B. A science report.

    D. A popular magazine.

    35.     What can be a suitable title for the text?

    A.   Ticks can spread disease

    B.    An unknown disease appears

    C.   Hunting ticks for experiments

    D.   Fighting against virus infections
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    How teens can stay fit

    Any type of regular, physical activity can improve your fitness and your health. __36__

    Exercise should be a regular part of your day, like brushing your teeth, eating and sleeping. It can be in gym class, joining a sports team, or working out on your own. Keep the following tips in mind

    __37_ A good attitude is important. Find an activity that you think is fun. You are more likely to stick with it if you choose something you like. A lot of people find it’s more fun to exercise with someone else, so see if you can find a friend or family member to be active with you.

    Take it one step at a time.__38__ For example, walk or ride your bike to school. Get on or off the bus several blocks away and walk the rest of the way. Use the stairs instead of taking the elevator.

    Get your heart pumping(跳动). Whatever you choose, make sure it includes aerobic (有氧 ) activity that makes you breathe harder and increases your heart rate. This is the best type of exercise because it increases your fitness level and makes your heart work better. __39__ Examples of aerobic activities are basketball, running, or swimming.

    Don’t forget to warm up with some easy exercises or stretching (拉伸) before you do any physical activity. __40__ It is also important to stretch out after you exercise to cool down your muscles.

    A.      It also burns off body fat.

    B.      Stay positive and have fun.

    C.      Make physical activity a habit.

    D.     Small changes can add up to better fitness.

    E.      The most important thing is that you keep moving!

    F.      This warms your muscles up and may help protect against injury.

    G.     Do the activity as often as possible, but don’t exercise to the point of pain. 

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