高中英语福建省福州市八县一中(福清一中长乐一中等)2016-2017学年高一下学期期中联考英语试题 Word版含答案.doc
下载


1 2 

  • 难度: 使用次数:0 入库时间:2017-05-26
    来源:

    Late that afternoon I took the train back to Sydney. There I found another surprise waiting for me. My room had been given to somebody else and they had no room for me. Harkin had known my travel plans and had arranged everything; how could he have booked the room only for three days? There was nothing to be done but to find another hotel. The waiters were happy to find me a new hotel, and when I said that I was happy to stay at the Airport, thinking it might be cheaper than staying in the city, they suggested the Holiday Inn at the airport. There was one small matter: the room rate was $300 per night. The best hotel in Katoomba had wanted only$145. I asked if there was anything cheaper they might suggest but they warned that most hotels would already be full by this time.

       The hotel was far from the train station, so I'd best take a taxi, at $25. On the way to the Holiday Inn, we passed a hotel just two blocks from the Holiday Inn that advertised a room rate of $104. At the desk I asked if their room rate could go down a lot. “No, this is a 4­star hotel”the waiter told me. “In that case” I replied, “I'll just walk the two blocks to the cheap hotel.” But she warned me that they were probably full and that if I didn't take the room, it might not be available if I came back. FinallyI decided to take the room.

       The room itself was big, but the air conditioning couldn't keep up with the Australian heat. I couldn't get to sleep until about 100 am.

    21Why did the writer have to look for another hotel?

    AHe didn't book early.        BHarkin made a mistake.

    CHe was short of money.      DHe wasn't well received.

    22How did the writer feel when hearing the room rate at the Holiday Inn?

    ANervous.         BHappy.         CSurprised.       DRelaxed.

    23Why did the writer take a room in the Holiday Inn finally?

    AIt's a 4­star hotel.             BIt' s around the station.

    CIt was mid­night then.         DThe room was in great demand.

    24What was the weather like at that moment?

    ACool.           BWarm.           CCold.          DHot.

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:阅读理解-其他
  • 难度: 使用次数:0 入库时间:2017-05-26
    来源:

    Will it matter if you don’t have your breakfast? A short time ago, a test was given in the United States. People of different ages, from 12 to 83, were asked to have a test. During the test, these people were given all kinds of breakfasts, and sometimes they got no breakfast at all. Scientists wanted to see how well their bodies worked when they had different kinds of breakfasts.

    The rules show that if a person eats a right breakfast, he or she will work better than if he or she has no breakfast. If a student has fruit, eggs, bread and milk before going to school, he or she will learn more quickly and listen more carefully in class.

    The result is opposite to what some people think. Having no breakfast will not help them lose weight. This is because they are so hungry at noon that they eat too much for lunch. They will gain weight instead of losing it. You will lose weight if you reduce your other meals.

    25. According to the passage, some people think without breakfast they will_____.

    A. gain weight                                       B. get a good result in their work

    C. lose weight                                       D. not be hungry at all.

    26. Scientists wanted to know whether_____.

    A. people were interested in breakfast                   

    B. breakfast had any effect on work and studies

    C. breakfast did harm to people ’s health                  

    D. people would work better without breakfast

    27. Which of the following sentences is not right?

    A. It is bad for your health to have no breakfast.

    B. No breakfast and more lunch may make you fatter.

    C. If you don’t eat much for lunch and supper, you may lose weight.

    D. The more breakfast you have, the more quickly you will learn in class.

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:阅读理解-其他
  • 难度: 使用次数:0 入库时间:2017-05-26
    来源:

    One day a professor entered the classroom and announced a surprise test. Hearing that, his students were all seated and waited quietly for the test to begin. The professor handed out the test papers with text facing down at the desk. Once he was done, he asked them to turn the test pages and begin.

    The students were confused. There was not a question but just a black dot in the center of the page. The professor noticed the students’ facial expressions and told them, “I want you to write about what you see there.”

    The students were still in puzzle but got started with the test. At the end of the class, the professor took all answer sheets and started reading each answer from each sheet in front of all students. All of them described about the black dot and tried to explain its position. After the professor finished reading, the whole class fell into silence.

    “Now,” the professor began to explain, “don’t worry. I am not going to give you grades for this. I just want you to think about something. Here everyone focused on the black dot and wrote about it, but no one wrote about the white paper. The same is with our lives. The white paper represents our whole life and the black spot represents problems in our life. Our life is a gift given to us by God, with love and care. We always have reasons to celebrate—our friends around us, the job that provides us our livelihood and the miracles we see everyday. Still we just focus on day-to-day problems like health issues, lack of money, problems in relationships etc. , but we never see that these problems are very small compared to everything we have in our lives.”

    28. Why did the professor give the surprise test?

    A. To grade his students.                B. To puzzle his students.

    C. To inspire his students to think.         D. To develop his students’ writing ability.

    29. What made his students at a loss at first?

    A. The black dot in the centre.            B. The paper without questions.

    C. The paper with text facing down.       D. The professor’s facial expressions.

    30. Which of the following best states the moral(精神上的) lesson of this story?

    A. Health counts more than money.

    B. Think twice before you take action.

    C. Take eyes off problems and enjoy blessings.

    D. Life is a gift, so always love everyone around you.

    题型:  知识点:
  • 难度: 使用次数:1 入库时间:2017-05-26
    来源:

        Things don't always work out in the way you think . Setbacks come in all areas of life . How you deal with them can affect your study and life . So here some ways are offered to help you .

    Breathe

    31         It will allow you to think with a clear head , release some stress and then give you time to figure out how to deal with the setback . If you just jump in head first you might miss something that could help you along the way .

    Don't be afraid to reach out to someone .

    32       He may help you get back on track. Or he may just be there with a shoulder to lean on  and an ear to listen .It will make a difference if you can get the opinion of someone you trust .

    Stop all blame

    One of the worst things at the moment is to play the blame game .No matter who or what caused the setback to you , blaming will not help fix the issue .It doesn't get your back on the right path.  33         The best way is to stop playing the blame game .

    34                

    Once you have experience a setback , which is a lesson you should not forget .The minute you allow a setback to take over your life is when you stop trying .  35         Always try to look in front of you and take every situation that comes up in life as a positive experience .

     A Learn from it and move on ,

    B It's only a waste of time and energy ,

    C Focus on the future more than a past ,

    D So ask yourself what you can influence ,

    E You need to find a close friend that you can rely on

    F The greatest source of stress in line is lack of control over events ,

    G You need to take a step back and look at the situation in front of you

    题型:未分类  知识点:七选五题型
  • 难度: 使用次数:1 入库时间:2017-05-26
    来源:

     I used to abandon myself to despair(陷入绝望). Last year my mother   36  from stroke(中风)and had an operation on her brain. I felt my whole world turn upside down and I had no  37 what I could do to help her to relieve her   38  . Tears welled up in my eyes whenever I was alone.

      Last month I  39  a precious watch, which was an 18-year-old birthday gift from my father. I could not fall asleep for a couple of nights because I felt   40  about the loss.

        There have been many  41  like these in my life. I could never figure out how to deal with such tough things __42 I read “If You Have a Lemon, Make a Lemonade" by American writer Dale Carnegie.

        “When the wise man is handed a lemon, he says, What  43  can I get from this? How can I  44  my situation? How can I turn this lemon into a lemonade?” he wrote.

    I suddenly  45  that life is full of ups and downs, so I need to stay  46  all the time.

    Now when I think of my past, I wish I could have handled things  47   . When my mother was fighting for __48 , I should have held her hands in mine, telling her things would get better instead of  49   and crying.

        Several weeks ago, I took part in a campus singing competition. I didn't  50  a prize. If I had not  51  this article, I would definitely have felt  52 again. But instead, I smiled after the competition. I was happy that at least I had got some stage  53 .

        Life is not just a bed of roses. There are thorns(刺)as well, but these thorns help us become  54  and strong. When life  55   us a lemon, let's try to make a lemonade.

    36A. resulted           B. suffered                         C. survived                 D. escaped

    37.  A. hope                     B. wonder                  C. idea                      D. doubt

    38.  A. pain              B. anxiety                   C. fear                      D. pressure

    39.  A. received          B. sold                             C. fixed                    D. lost

    40. A. unbelievable        B. shameful                 C. angry                   D. terrible

    41. A. diseases            B. memories               C. incidents               D. difficulties

    42. A. when                      B. until                     C. though                 D. since

    43. A. lesson                     B. lemonade                C. decision                D. challenge

    44. A. control            B. accept                  C. improve                       D. avoid

    45. A. realized             B. thought                 C. discovered                    D. predicted

    46 .A. healthy            B. independent            C. serious                  D. positive

    47. A. exactly            B. differently              C. easily                   D. practically

    48. A. recovery           B. life                      C. freedom                D. happiness

    49 .A. shouting           B. hiding                   C. quarreling               D. regretting

    50. A. expect             B. miss                    C. win                      D. refuse

    51. A. figured out        B. written down          C. found out                       D. come across

    52.A. embarrassed        B. discouraged             C. excited                   D. concerned

    53.A. performance       B. experience               C. progress                D. effect

    54. A. brave                B. calm                  C. great                    D. clever

    55. A. shows                    B. makes                  C. gives                    D. sends

    题型:完型填空  知识点:完型填空-其他
1 2