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2017-2018 学年高一上学期 11 月考试
第一卷（共 65 分）
第一部分 听力（共两节，满分 10 分）
第一节（共 5 小题；每小题 0.5 分，满分 2.5 分）
听下面 5 段对话，每段对话后有一个小题，从题中所给的 A、B、C 三个选项中选出最佳
选项，并标在试卷的相应位置。听完每段对话后，你都有 10 秒钟的时间来回答有关小题和
1. When can the man see the headmaster?
A. At 9:30.
B. At 11:45.
C. At 12:40.
2. Why does the man want to keep the window shut?
A. He is ill.
B. He wants to open it himself.
C. The air inside is fresh enough.
3. What is Mike?
A. A teacher.
B. A student.
4. What has made working at home possible?
A. Personal computers.
B. Communication industry.
C. Living far from companies.
5. Where is the woman?
A. In a soap factory.
B. In her house.
C. At an information desk.
第二节 共 15 小题；每小题 0.5 分，满分 7.5 分）
听下面 5 段对话或独白。每段对话或独白后有几个小题，从每题所给的 A、B、C 三个选
题，每小题 5 秒钟；听完后，各小题将给出 5 秒钟的作答时间。每段对话或独白读两遍。
听第 6 段材料，回答第 6 至第 7 题。
6. Where does the conversation most probably take place?
A. At home.
B. On a bus.
C. In the
7. Why do the two speakers want to buy a car?
A. They have a lot of money.
B. The man lives too far away from his office.
C. The woman’s office is too far away from her home.
听第 7 段材料，回答第 8 至第 10 题。
8. Why won’t Mr. Stone come to the clinic tomorrow?
A. He can’t spare the time.
B. The clinic will be closed.
C. Dr. Milton won’t come to work.
9. When is the clinic open in a week?
A. From Monday to Friday.
B. On weekdays except Thursday.
C. During the whole week.
10. What time has finally been fixed for Mr. Stone to come?
A. 5:30 p. m. Wednesday.
B. 6:15 p. m. Wednesday.
C. 6:15 p. m. Thursday.
听第 8 段材料，回答第 11 至第 13 题。
11. What’s the relationship between the two speakers?
B. Doctor and patient.
12. When did the woman cough most seriously?
A. In the morning.
B. In the afternoon.
13. What did the man do for the woman?
A. He examined the woman carefully.
B. He gave her some medicine arid some advice as well.
C. He just told her not to worry too much.
听第 9 段材料，回答第 14 至第 16 题。
14. What’s the possible relationship between the two speakers?
A. Husband and wife.
15. Where does the conversation most probably take place?
A. In a restaurant.
B. At the woman’s home.
C. At the man’s home.
16. What does the woman ask the man to do?
A. Have some soup.
B. Have more rice.
C. Bring his wife next time.
听第 10 段材料，回答第 17 至第 20 题。
17. What did Nicholas do at eighteen months?
A. He began to learn French.
B. He read the newspaper.
C. He took telephone messages.
18. Why was Nicholas bored and unhappy at the two schools?
A. He had too much homework.
B. He almost couldn’t learn anything special.
C. His teachers often corrected his spelling.
19. Who offered to help Nicholas finally?
A. His classmates.
B. His parents.
20. What is Nicholas’ life like now?
A. Busy without any social life.
B. Full but boring.
C. Busy at college and free at home.
第二部分 英语知识运用（共两节，满分 35 分）
第一节 单项填空（共 15 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 15 分）
请认真阅读下面各题，从题中所给的 A、B、C、D 四个选项中，选出最佳选项，并在答
21. — Mike, you look so tired and wet all over!
—You know, all afternoon I
my belongings to my new office on the fourth
A. am moving
B. have moved
C. had moved
D. have been moving
22. — What do you think of the house?
— It looks nice, I’d like to see the inside of it,
23. There was a terrifying picture in the paper of a man
the leg had been
B. of which
C. of whom
24. His opinion doesn’t
for anything around here. That’s why he is
A. count; not a little
B. prepare; not a little
C. count; not a bit
D. prepare; not a bit
25. She was so annoyed that she could no longer
her anger and shouted at her
26. Those motorcycles,
a huge umbrella is fixed, are a huge threat to people
walking in the street.
C. with which
27. He lifted his daughter up so that she could get a better
of the clowns.
28. The story was completely untrue and was successfully
29. The way he thought of
limits on the time spent on computer games
A. setting; turned out
B. to set; turned out
C. focusing; worked out
D. to focus; worked out
30. The number of smokers,
is reported, has dropped by 17 percent in just
our two groups have joined together, we can all have great expectations
for the future.
C. Now that
32. As a (n)
student, his duty includes
responsibility for his
A. regular; taking
B. common; to take
C. normal; to take
33. As the smallest child, John is always longing for the time
he can kill
with his best friends instead of his brothers.
C. by which
34. — Shall we offer the new position to Helen?
. You are the boss.
A. Not really.
B. No problem.
C. It’s your call. D. It
35. — He is unlike his father who drinks a lot,
. He never drinks.
A. is he; Yes
B. isn’t he; No
C. is he; No
D. isn’t he; Yes
第二节 完形填空（共 20 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 20 分）
请认真阅读下面短文，从短文后各题所给的 A、B、C、D 四个选项中，选出最佳选项，
“I wouldn’t buy that woman a Mother’s Day card, even if my life depended
upon it,” said the woman standing by the card shelf at Wal-Mart. I looked lip and
saw a(n) 36 of total complaint and dislike.
Having been 37 at a Florida orphanage at age four, I never knew what it
felt like to have a mother or a father. Never once had I received a hug or a kiss
from my parents. That part of my life is a total 38 .
She looked up, saw me looking at her and 39 angrily, “Just what are you
looking at, you fool?”
“Sorry Ma’am. I never had a mother, and I was 40 by your words.” I reached
over and picked up a nice-looking. 41 , opened it and began to read, “Thank you
42 for being my mother.”
“Do you think your mother would like that card? Mine would, I think,” I said.
“Do you know what it is like to be 43 at for years, and never be told that
you are loved?” she asked.
“My mother didn’t 44 me, let alone shout. She just took me to the
orphanage where I stayed until I grew up,” I replied.
“Don’t you 45 her?” she asked.
“Oh, I can’t. She’s my mother. Being a mother is a position to be 46 ,
even if she is not a very nice person,” I told her. The woman stood there 47 her
I looked down at the floor and said, “I know your mother might have done a
lot of things that 48 you. It appears as if you hate her. But I can tell you
this from my 49 that disliking her, or even hating her, feels nowhere near as
50 as never having known a mother at all-good or bad. At least, you feel 51 .
For me, it’s all just a large blank of loneliness inside my heart, and that’s 52
I’ll feel until I die.”
The woman stood there for a moment. 53 , she reached out, took the card from
my hand, smelled it, and placed it in her cart.
After she left, I 54 a nice card for my mother. I took it home, 55 it,
and placed it with the other Mother and Father’s Days cards bought all these years,
each marked “Address Unknown’’.
36. A. idea
37. A, deserted
38. A. dark
39. A. requested
40. A. relieved
C. disappointed D. shocked
41. A. cart
42. A. simply
43. A. shouted
44. A. set aside
B. leave behind C. care about
45. A. miss
46. A. depended
47. A. shaking
48. A. hurt
49. A. conscience
50. A. fragile
51. A. anything
52. A. whether
53. A. Cheerfully
54. A. picked out
B. packed up
C. brought out
55. A. mended
第三部分 阅读理解（共 10 小题；每小题 2 分，满分 20 分）
请认真阅读下列短文，从短文后各题所给的 A、B、C、D 四个选项中，选出最佳选项，
56. According to Quick Facts, a humpback whale
A. cannot survive in waters near the shore
B. doesn’t live in the same waters all the time
C. lives mainly on underwater plants
D. prefers to work alone when hunting food
57. To make a breach, a humpback whale must
A. use its tail flukes to leap out of the water
B. twist its body sideways to jump high
C. blow two streams of water
D. communicate with a group of humpbacks
58. From the passage we can learn that a humpback whale
A. has its unique markings on it tail flukes
B. has black and
C. gets its name from the way it hunts
D. is a great performer
due to its songs B
People have wondered for a long time how their personalities and behaviors are formed. It’s not easy to explain why one person is intelligent and another is not, or why one is cooperative and another is competitive.
Social scientists are, of course, extremely interested in these types of questions. They want to explain why we possess certain characteristics and exhibit certain behaviors. There are no clear answers yet, but two distinct schools of thought on the matter have developed. As one might expect, the two approaches are very different from each another, and there is a great deal of debate between proponents of each theory. The controversy is often conveniently referred to as nature vs. nurture.
Those who support the “nature” side of the conflict believe that our personalities and behavior patterns are largely determined by biological and genetic factors. That our environment has little, if anything, to do with our abilities, characteristics, and behavior is central to this theory. Taken to an extreme, this theory maintains that our behavior is predetermined (注定) to such a degree that we are almost completely governed by our instincts (本能).
Proponents of the “nurture” theory, or, as they are often called, behaviorists, claimed that our environment is more important than our biologically based instincts in determining how we will act. Behaviorist see humans as beings whose behavior is almost completely shaped by their surroundings. Their view of the human being is quite mechanistic; they maintain that, like machines, humans respond to environmental stimuli (something that helps sb./sth. to develop better and more quickly) as the basis of their behavior.
The social and political connections of these two theories are significant. In the United States, for example, blacks often score below whites on standardized intelligent test. This leads some “nature” proponents to conclude that blacks are genetically worse than whites. Behaviorists, in contrast, say that the differences in scores are due to the fact that blacks are often robbed of many of the educational
and other environmental advantages that whites enjoy, and that, as a result, they
do not develop the same responses that whites do.
Neither of these theories can yet fully explain human behavior. In fact, it
is quite likely that the key to our behavior lies somewhere between these two extremes.
That the argument will continue for a long time is certain.
59. The author is mainly concerned about solving the problem
A. why our personalities and behaviors differ
B. what makes different stages of intelligence
C. how social scientists form different theories
D. what causes the “nature/ nurture” argument
60. Which of the following statements may be supported by the “nature” school?
A. We are born with certain personalities and behaviors.
B. Environment has nothing to do with our personalities.
C. Abilities and characteristics are showed by behaviors.
D. Only extreme behaviors are determined by instincts.
61. What can we learn about the behaviorists?
A. They b elieve human beings are mechanical.
B. They compare our behaviors to the machines.
C. They suggest that we react to the environment as the machines do.
D. They agree that the mechanistic theory can be applied on us as well.
Four years ago ray sweet mom went to be with her Lord. She did it her way.
I got 1he call at work, and I headed home quickly. Mora and Dad lived on a small
farm that they had owned since I was seven. I hated going there every weekend. There
was nothing for a young girl to do but watch the one station on the old TV set, if
the weather allowed reception.
My mom, on the other hand, loved the peace and quiet of the land and loved to
work in the garden among her flowers and vegetables. The place was rustic, with no
indoor plumbing or heat. We had a big wood stove in the kitchen that did its best
to heat the little farmhouse, but it always seemed col d and too quiet to roe.
In the evenings, my mom and I would sit for hours singing in the little kitchen.
I sang the melody and Mom harmonized. Her favorite song was “Moon River” and we
sang it over and over. Mom told me stories about how when I was a little girl, I
could sing before I could talk. She loved to tell how my playpen (婴儿圈栏) sat in
the kitchen next to the radio and there was one song I particularly loved called
As time passed, I had my own children and went to visit every week or two. The
kids loved the farm and the tractor rides with my dad. Me, well, I still hated the
silence of the farm. While my mom loved to sit at her kitchen table and look out
at her garden and flowers and retell ail the old stories, I missed the hustle and
bustle (喧闹) of my life at home. But I sat there listening quietly as she reminisced.
Now, I sat back in the silence and the silence was deafening so I finally
leaned over to turn on an old radio. Music always comforted me.
My heart skipped a beat. “Moon River” was playing on the radio. I sat there
stunned, with a tear running down my cheek, as I listened to every familiar note.
Then the radio announcer of this oldie station came on. “Here’s one we haven’t
heard in a while,” and an unfamiliar song began. I began to cry harder as I heard
the words sung over the airwaves. “Come down, come down from your Ivory Tower...”
62. The writer didn’t like staying in the farm for the following reasons EXCEPT
A. it was too cold and quiet
B. she could only sing one song in the small farm
C. there was nothing more that could make her excited
D. The place was rustic, with no indoor plumbing or heat
63. From the first paragr aph, we know that the writer’s mother
A. passed away four years ago
B. left the small farm with
C. left for Lord to live her own way
D. preferred to be with
64. Which of the following statements is NOT true according to the passage?
A. The writer was able to sing before she could speak.
B. The writer preferred to live a busy life in the city.
C. The writer was still quite familiar with the song “Ivory Tower”.
D. The writer treasured all her childhood memories in the small farmhouse.
65. Which of the following would be the best title for this passage?
A. Cherish life
B. My happy childhood
C. Our small farmhouse
D. Mom’s music
第二卷（共 35 分）
第四部分：任务型阅读（共 10 小题；每小题 0.5 分，满分 5 分）
意：每个空格只填 1 个单词。
Living in a foreign country is fun, but it isn’t always easy. There are many
differences between cultures and although some of these differences are unimportant,
they can cause a lot of embarrassment. I spoke to a few foreign friends about how
they experienced culture shock in China.
Aubin arrived two months ago from Europe to take part in a language programme
in Shanghai. Before he left, he was actually taught the differences between European
and Chinese cultures, including everything from table manners to classroom behavior.
However, some things have still taken him by surprise. For exampl e, he couldn’t
understand why waiters did not want to accept the tips he gave them after meals in
restaurants. I had to explain to him that people don’t usually tip in China and
that this comes from the Confucian idea that one must avoid accepting any undue
Another friend, Julia, came to Guangzhou from London to teach at a language
school. After a month, she told me that she was really let down by her students.
I asked her why and she told me that they were so quiet that she was the only person
talking in class and it felt like the children were punishing her by making her talk
to the walls! I explained to her that the children were simply respectful, but she
said that it would be more respectful if they answered her questions.
And it is not only the West and the East that have cultural differences. Even
Korea and China, two countries that are very close to each other, have differences
too. “I thought Chinese and Korean people were similar in some ways,” said my friend
Ji-Hyun in perfect Chinese, “but I was wrong. In ancient times the Chinese used
to take their shoes off before entering a house. They don’t do that anymore,
but Korean people still do! I keep getting that wrong even though I’ve been here
for five years!”
Luckily, whether we take our shoes off or not, or leave unnecessary tips, the
world still runs perfectly. In my opinion, cultural differences should simply be
seen as a way of making life interesting. Imagine how boring it would be if we all
did everything in exactly the same way! Learning to understand and respect
differences is, after all, what life is all about.
Living with differences
People will meet a (66)
culture while living in a
foreign country, which can make them feel (67)
Aubin couldn’t understand why waiters (69)
accept the tips he gave them after meals in restaurants.
Julia felt really (70)
because no one talked in
of foreign class except herself and thought that if the students (71)
friends in China her, they should answer her questions.
Ji-Hyun believed there were some (72)
Chinese and Korean people and thought it was wrong that
their shoes when they entered a house.
We should (74)
cultural differences as a way to make
life interesting. We would be (75)
with life if we did everything in
the same way.
第五部分：根据句意，单词填空，使其符合句意（共 30 小题，每小题 0.5 分，满分 15 分）
76. At present, to prevent upsetting his mother with an 76 (争论), I am allowing
him his freedom.
77. Make sure activities all take place under the g 77 , of an experienced teacher. 78. He did not like his daughter’s boyfriend, and f 78 him the house. 79. He is too young and has great difficulty h 79 all the problems by himself. 80. I ought to do something about getting into s 80 for this walking tour. 81. His death was a great shock to him and I doubt if he ever r 81 afterwards. 82. The poem he wrote was one of the best c 82 (作品) I had read. 83. 83 w ith these physical changes, there come many psychological changes. Boys and girls tend to be different in this r 84 . 85. Some teenagers have tried going on a diet and s 85 meals to control their weight. 86. A good a 86 of sleep every night is also important for your health. When you sleep, your body p 87 you for the day to come. 88. As a matter of fact, 88 of sleep can make you look tired, and even cause you to 89 weight. 90. They may 90 want and need their parents’ love, yet feel d 91 ; they may want to be part of the group, yet d 92 independence. 93. Since Oct 1, airline are now allowed to lift the b 93 on having smart phones powered off during flight if they wish. 94. In the West, children sometimes bring an apple to class for their teacher. This is a nice tradition that shows the teacher their work is a 94 . In China, Teachers’ Day, held on Sept 10 each year, also gives teachers the 95 (认可) they deserve. 96. Western mobile payment services require businesses to i 96 (安装) expensive equipment before customers can use them. 97. Unfortunately for passengers in US this summer, their travel plans were r 97 when more than 40 flights in and out of the local airport were c 98 (取消) after temperatures went as high as 48 C. 99. The rise of mobile internet a 99 (使用) means that we live in an age in which we don’t need to memorize anything. 100. The fail in being able to write neatly could largely be down to the r 100 (依 赖) on laptops in lectures and elsewhere.
101. If the science prizes are for discoveries that give us i 101 (洞见) into the hard world of facts, Ishiguro’s work 102 ( 关 注 ) on feelings and communication. 103. Alongside air and water, food is a n 103 (必需品) for human beings to survive and thrive. 104. Remember not to smile like a shark if you are trying to make a good i 104 (印 象). 105. They are trying their best to make their life p 105 (有目的的，有意义的) and meaningful. 第六部分：书面表达（满分 15 分）
请阅读下面，并按照要求用英语写一篇 150 字左右的文章。 While the definition of adolescence can differ from culture to culture, it is generally accepted that the time referred to as adolescence is the period between childhood and adulthood, a state of storm and stress. Mention a young adolescent, and parents see images of bedrooms where lost homework assignments share floor space with potato chip wrappers. And their concerns run deeper than messy bedrooms. They worry about the problems young adolescents often face: rocky emotions, rebellion, peer pressures, low motivation. Intense conflict between adolescents and their parents is often considered an unavoidable consequence of adolescence. On the other hand, if you talk to adults who work with young adolescents-teachers, school counselors and principals-you see another view of these teenagers. It is true that young teens can be frustrating and challenging and that they can test their parents’ patience. It is also true, however, that these same youngsters can be funny, curious, imaginative and eager to learn. They hit some rough spots, but they get through the fascinating, confusing and wonderful adolescent years successfully and grow into adults who find work, create meaningful relationships and become good citizens. 【写作内容】 1.用约 30 个单词写出上文概要；
2.综合上述信息，结合自身实际，用约 120 字阐述： (1)青春期给青少年带来的机遇和挑战； (2)你对处在青春期的自己有何期待。 【写作要求】 1. 写作过程中不能直接引用原文语句； 2. 作文中不能出现真实姓名。
【参考答案】 1-5 CABBB 6-10 ABCAC 11-15 BCBBB 16-2 0 CCBCA 21-25 DACCC 26-30 DABBD 31-35 CDACD 36-40 CADCD 41-45 BAACD 46-50 CAACB 51-55 DBCAD 56-58 BAA 59-61 AAC 62-65 BACD 66. differ ent 67. embarrassed 68. Experiences 69. refused 70. disappointed 71. respected 72. similarities 73. wore 74. consider/see / count 75. bored 76. argument 77. guidance 78. forbade 79. handling 80.shape 81. recovered 82. compositions 83. Along 84. regard/ respect 85. skipping 86. amount 87. prepare 88. loss/ lack 89. gain 90. badly / desperately 91. distant 92. desire 93. ban 94. appreciated / acknowledged 95. recognition 96. install 97. ruined 98. cancelled 99. access 100. reliance 101. insight 102. concentrat es / focuses 103. necessity 104. impression 105. Purposeful 参考范文
Adolescence is regarded by some parents as a tough period when teenagers experience dramatic changes, while some see the bright side, believing teenagers will grow out of it.
Indeed, adolescence can be a challenging stage of life. During this dynamic period, teenagers may undergo identity crisis, doubting who they are and where they belong. Also, faced with the increasingly complex social world, they have all ridden the dizzying emotional roller coaster of adolescence. However, as one of the most fascinating transitional period, adolescence is also a time of accele rated growth and change, a time of self-discovery, and gaining independence.
As a teenager, I want myself to be brave enough to face up to new challenges and never lose resilience to pick myself up when encountering setbacks. On the other hand, hopefully, I can navigate through this exciting yet daunting time and grow
into a self-reliant and strong-willed young adult, who can start to shoulder responsibilities on my own.