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2021-2022 年上海市浦东新区高一英语上学期期末试卷及答 案 I. Listening Comprehension (听力 17 分) Section A Directions: In Section A, you will hear ten short conversations between two speakers. At the end of each conversation, a question will be asked about what was said. The conversations and the questions will be spoken only once. After you hear a conversation and the question about it, read the four possible answers on your paper, and decide which one is the best answer to the question you have heard. 1. A. Milk. B. Tea. C. Coffee. D. Cream. 2. A. $15. B. $15.5. C. $20.5. D. $20. 3. A. A secretary. B. A newspaper man. C. A driver. D. A businessman. 4. A. In the restaurant. B. In the kitchen. C. In the supermarket. D. On a farm. 5. A. How to handle stress. B. What to take up as a hobby. C. How to keep fit. D. What to play with. 6. A. He has got the flu. B. He feels freezing. C. He is tired of making the bed. D. He feels asleep. 7. A. She didn’t feel well. B. She went dancing earlier. C. She came down to go dancing. D. She got mad at the woman. 8. A. His handwriting has a unique style. B. He did not attend today’s lesson either. C. He is very pleased to help. D. His notes are not easy to read. 9. A. They will have to take a different bus. B. The trip is too dangerous. C. They will have to wait. D. There is a problem with the bus.
10. A. The man had better choose another restaurant. B. The new restaurant is a perfect place for dating. C. The new restaurant is famous for birthday meals. D. The man has good taste in choosing restaurants. Section B Directions: In Section B, you will hear one short passage, and one longer conversation. After the passage or conversation, you will be asked several questions. The passage and the conversation will be read twice, but the questions will be spoken only once. When you hear a question, read the four possible answers on your paper and decide which one would be the best answer to the question you have heard. Questions 11 through 13 are based on the following passage. 11. A. Employ music teachers. B. Build new schools. C. Run a project. D. Help local musicians. 12. A. Artificial intelligence. B. Contact with children. C. Creative abilities. D. Revolutionary spirit. 13. A. Bring Artists to Schools. B. When Historians Meet Artists. C. Arts Education in Britain. D. The World's Best Arts Teacher. Questions 14 through 17 are based on the following conversation. 14. A. It’s an extra benefit. B. It’s a necessity. C. It’s a matter of opinion. D. It’s an achievement. 15. A. Independence. B. EQ. C. Ability D. The mind. 16. A. One doesn’t need to be highly intelligent to achieve success. B. One has to manage his EQ to make progress. C. One’s intelligence is decided at birth and cannot be improved. D. One’s EQ is all it takes to ensure success. 17. A. The importance of IQ and EQ. B. The revolution of IQ and EQ. C. The definitions of IQ and EQ D. The opinions about IQ and EQ.
II. Grammar and vocabulary (语法词汇 16 分) Section A - Grammar Directions: After reading the passage below, fill in the blanks to make the passage coherent and grammatically correct. For the blanks with a given word, fill in each blank with the proper form of the given word; for the other blanks, use one word that best fits each blank. My decision to leave England and travel around the world was the best decision I’ve made. I ____1____ (learn) so much from this journey so far, and if I could go back, I wouldn’t do it any differently. When I lost my job ____2____ the economic crisis, I decided enough was enough. Within two weeks I had sold all of my furniture, given up the apartment and collected____3____ much extra money together as I could from jobs, deposits and so on. With a one-way ticket out of England ____4____ (book), I took off and never looked back. I contacted a friend____5____ worked on a Greek island in the summer seasons, and as it turned out, it was a much ____6____ (easy) task to find jobs and accommodation out there. With the limited money I had left, I booked a one-way ticket to the island of Zakynthos (扎金索斯岛) in the hope of finding some time to figure out my next move while earning some money. I had only been on the island for three days and I found my accommodation and had a job offer. From then on, I settled into a “normal routine” for holiday island workers. Every day I went to the beach or pool ____7____ (share) gossip with my fellow English workers. Then I would be home to change for work at 5 pm. After working from 5 p.m. to 1 a.m. with no break, I would finish and head to the closest bar for cocktails and meet the rest of my friends. To be honest, I find it hard to recall many stories or things I did during this time, but I know I had a fun time ____8____ (do) it. Zakynthos became a four-month-long party where I had the best and worst time of my life. 【答案】1. have learned
2. because of 3. as 4. booked 5. who##that 6. easier 7. to share 8. doing Section B - Vocabulary Directions: Fill in each blank with a proper word chosen from the box. Each word can be used only once. Note that there is one word more than you need. A. attracted B. connecting D. course E. implement cooperation C. G. F. original H. solution I. unique perspective Jul 8, 2021 — On July 25, executive producers Ridley Scott and Kai Hsuing, along with director Kevin Macdonald will invite the global community to pick up cameras to create “Life In A Day 2022”. In 2010, “LifeInADay” brought the online community together for a massive feature film project that ____9____ 8,000 submissions. The final film was released in 2011, and has been watched over 16 million times ever since. Exactly 12 years after the ____10____ “Life In A Day,” the world will once again come together to create the second YouTube documentary that tells the story of a single day on Earth. Selected footage from participants like you will be woven together in this documentary to tell the story of an ordinary day during these extraordinary times. On a single day, Saturday, July 25, people around the world are invited to film their day. Maybe you’ll be filming from home, or maybe you’re in a part of the world where you’re figuring out how to move forward in a different place. Maybe you’re ____11____ with friends, reuniting with family, or going to work. Maybe it’ s a special day — you are getting married, moving out, and sharing important news.
Or maybe it’s just a normal day. We want to weave together these ____12____ experiences and ideas to create a time capsule of this moment. The final feature film will be edited over the ____13____ of five months, produced entirely through what is found in the submitted footage. Once the submission window closes, a 30-person team of multilingual reviewers will ____14____ the translation process of the submitted videos. At present, the filmmakers are encouraging people from all over the world to take part, and they hope to capture a wide ____15____ on life. Submissions are open from July 25 to August 2, which means you will only have one week to submit your footage. While only a small number of the submitted clips will make it into the movie, the filmmakers hope the filming day itself becomes a significant day of global participation. The “Life In A Day 2022” project celebrates the importance of everyone’s coming together in a moment of equal worldwide ____16____. Looking forward to your participation! 【答案】9. A 10. F 11. B 12. I 13. D 14. E 15. G 16. C III. Reading Comprehension (阅读 40 分) Section A – Cloze (10 分) Directions: For each blank in the following passage there are four words or phrases marked A, B, C and D. Fill in each blank with the word or phrase that best fits the context. Raynor Winn and her husband Moth became homeless due to their wrong investment. Their savings had been used up to pay lawyers’ fees. To make matters worse, Moth was diagnosed with a serious disease. There was no____17____, only pain relief. Failing to find any other way out, they decided to make a____18____ journey, as they caught sight of an old hikers’ guide. This was a long journey of unaccustomed hardship and ____19____ recovery. When
leaving home, Raynor and Moth had just £320 in the bank. They planned to keep the budget low by living on boiled noodles, with the____20____ hamburger shop treat. Wild camping is ____21____ in England. To avoid being caught, the Winns had to get their tent up ____22____ and packed it away early in the morning. The Winns soon discovered that daily hiking in their 50s is a lot harder than they remember it was in their 20s. Raynor ached all over and desired a bath. Moth, meanwhile, after an initial struggle, found his symptoms were strangely ____23____ by their daily tiring journey. Eventually, the couple found that their bodies turned for the better, with re-found strong muscles that they thought had____24____ forever. "Our hair was fried and falling out, nails broken, clothes ____25____ to a thread, but we were alive." During the journey, Raynor began a career as a nature writer. She writes,"Homelessness had taken every material thing from me and left me torn bare, an empty page at the end of a partly written book. It had also given me a choice, either to leave that page____26____ or to keep writing the story with hope. I chose hope.” 17. A. cure B. luck C. care D. promise 18. A. business B. walking C. bus D. rail 19. A. satisfied B. frightening C. surprising disappointed 20. A. frequent B. occasional C. abundant constant 21. A. unpopular B. lawful C. attractive D. D. D. illegal 22. A. soon B. early C. late D. slowly 23. A. reduced B. controlled C. developed D. increased 24. A. gained B. decreased C. wounded D. lost 25. A. added B. washed C. worn D. ironed
26. A. loose B. blank C. full D. missing 【答案】17. A 18. B 19. C 20. B 21. D 22. C 23. A 24. D 25. C 26. B Section B – Passages (22 分) Directions: Read the following three passages. Each passage is followed by several questions or unfinished statements. For each of them there are four choices marked A, B, C and D. Choose the one that fits best according to the information given in the passage you have just read. ( A ) For those who make journeys across the world, the speed of travel today has turned the countries into a series of villages. Distances between them appear no greater to a modern traveler than those which once faced men as they walked from village to village. Jet planes fly people from one end of the earth to the other, allowing them a freedom of movement undreamt of a hundred years ago. Yet some people wonder if the revolution in travel has gone too far. A price has been paid, they say, for the conquest(征服) of time and distance. Travel is something to be enjoyed, not endured. The boat offers leisure and time enough to appreciate the ever-changing sights and sounds of a journey. A journey by train also has a special charm about it. Lakes and forests and wild, open plains sweeping past your carriage window create a grand view in which time and distance mean nothing. On board a plane, however, there is just the blank blue of the sky filling the narrow window of the airplane. The soft lighting, in-flight films and gentle music make up the only world you know, and the hours progress slowly. Then there is the time spent being “processed” at a modern airport. People are conveyed(运送) like robots along walkways; baggage is weighed, tickets produced, examined and produced yet again before the passengers move to another waiting area. Journeys by rail and sea take longer, yes, but the hours devoted to being “processed” at departure and arrival in airports are luckily absent. No wonder, then, that the modern high-speed trains are winning back passengers from the airlines.
Man, however, is now a world traveler and cannot refuse the airplane. The working lives of too many people depend upon it; whole new industries have been built around its design and operation. The holiday maker, too, with limited time to spend, patiently endures the busy airports and limited space of the flight to gain those extra hours and even days, relaxing in the sun. Speed controls people’s lives; time saved, in work or play, is the important thing—or so we are told. Perhaps those first horsemen, riding free across the wild, open plains, were enjoying a better world than the one we know today. They could travel at will, and the clock was not their master. 27. What does the writer try to express in the first paragraph? A. Travel by plane has speeded up the growth of villages. B. The speed of modern travel has made distances relatively short. C. The freedom of movement has helped people realize their dreams. D. Man has been fond of traveling rather than staying in one place. 28. How does the writer support the underlined statement? A. By giving examples. B. By analyzing cause and effect. C. By following the order of time. D. By giving instructions. 29. Passengers are turning back to modern high-speed trains because______. A. they pay less for the tickets. B. they feel safer during the travel. C. they can enjoy higher speed of travel. D. they don’t have to waste time being “processed”. 30. What is the main idea of the passage? A. Air travel benefits people and industries. B. Train Travel has some advantages over air travel. C. The high speed of air travel is gained at a cost. D. Great changes have taken place in modern travel.