高中二年级英语（上）月考试题第一部分：听力（共两节，满分30分）第一节（共5小题；每题1.5分，满分7.5分）请听下面5段对话，选出选项。1. What is the weather like ?A. Rainy B. Sunny C. Cloudy2. Why does the man listen to music ?A. He has already finished his homeworkB. He can finish his homework more easilyC. He wants to rest well before finishing his homework3. What are the speakers mainly talking about?A. The man’s sister B. A film C. An actor4. What’s the possible relationship between the speakers?A.Receptionist and guest B. Teacher and student C. Neigbhors5. Where does the conversation most probably take place?A. In an office B. In a restaurant C. At home第二节（共15小题；每题1.5分，满分22.5分）请听下面5段对话或独白，选出选项。请听第6段材料，回答第6.7题。6. What can we know about the woman’s watch ?A.It runs ten minutes fast every dayB.It runs ten minutes slow every dayC.It keeps very good time7.How does the man deal with his watch?A.Putting it back ten minutesB. Putting it ahead ten minutesC.Throwing it away请听第7段材料，回答第8至10题。8.Where are the speakers ?A.In a travel agency B. In a hotel C. In a library9. What does the man want to know ?A. Library rules B. Hotel service C.Tour information10.How many days ahead does the man need to book?A. 2 days B. 3 days C.4 days请听第8段材料，回答第11至13题。11.How long did Mary have to stay in bed?A. For two days B. For three days C. For four days12.Why have so many people caught cold?A.It is too cold in winterB.The flu has spread over many statesC.The weather often changes suddenly13.What can we know about the man?A.He doesn’t like wearing sweatersB. He will buy a present for his sisterC.He bought a sweater at a high price请听第9段材料，回答第14至16题14．Why does the man look unhappy this morning?A.He failed in a test yesterdayB.He is worrying abiout his father’s healthC. He missed about 30 minutes of a program15.What was the immediate cause of the power failure?A.His mother’s use of the washing machineB.His father’s turning on the microwave ovenC.Long hours of using two air—conditioners16.What will the man probably do tonight?A. Ask his neighbor to check the powerB. Take part in a basketball finalC. Watch a ball game on TV请听第10段材料，回答第17至20题。17.What is the aim of the program?A. To keep the trainees in shapeB.To enrich the trainees’ lifeC.To develop leadership skills18.Which of the following will the trains be doing during the program?A. Attending lectures on managementB. Preparing reports for the companyC. Making plans for the company19.How long will the program ast?A.For 8 days B. For 12 days CFor 20 days20.If people want to join the program, what should they do after the meeting?A. Take a pre-test B. Pay for the program C. Sign on a piece of paper第二部分：英语常识应用一、单项选择 1.----Go for a picnic this weekend, OK?---- ______. I love getting close to nature.A. I couldn’t agree more B.I afraid not.C. I believe not D. I don’t think so.2.Your door needs ___________ . Would you like me to do it for you?A. to paint B. painting C. paint D. painted3.Lily’s mobile phone was left in a taxi accidentally, never ______ again.A. to find B. to be found C. finding D. being found4. _______ is no doubt that the Rockets will defeat the Washington Wizards in the next game.A. It B. As C. That D. There5..—How do you deal with the disagreement between the compnay and the customers ?--- The key ________ the problem is to meet the demand _________ by the cutmoerss.A. to solving ,making B. to solving ,made C. to solve , making D. to solve, made6.._____ in the queue for an hour,Tom suddenly realized that he had left his wallet at home.A. To wait B. Have waited C. Having waited D. To have waited7.. –Is Bob still performing?-I’m afraid not. He is said_________ the stage already as he has become an official.A. to have been left B. to leave C. to have left D. to be left8.. My friend Martine was very sick with a strange fever; ______, he could neither eat nor sleep.A. with the result that B. after all C. in turn D. as a result9.. _________ with such a failure, Arnold has no courage to live on the earth.A. Facing B. Faced C. To face D. Having faced10. He helps his neighbors, and _______ he gets much help from people around.A. by turns B. on one hand C. in turn D. for one thing11.. Being abroad, ___________ the new condition, the easier your new life will be.A. the sooner you adjusted to B. the sooner you are adjustedC. the more you are adjusted D. the sooner you are adjusted to12.. Her parents insisted that she ________ a clever student and ________ a better education.A. was; receive B. should be; receivedC. be; should receive D. is; should receive13. The local government supplied the poor children _______free text-books and some companies supplied food __________ them.A. to with; B. for; to C. with; towards D. with; to14. The novel is said _____ into many languages.A. being translated B. having been translatedC. to translate D. to have been translated15..All the people ____the meeting were very important.A. attending B. present C. attended D. presented二．完型填空（每题一分，共20分）Learning experiences happen to us throughout our lives. Not long ago, I had one that I would like to __16__.I was going to Marblehead with my sailboat team. The team was racing down the highway at 85 mph __17_ we realized we were __18_. Luckily, we saw a rest area ahead. I had a brand-new $20 bill. I was so __19_ because I had never had that kind of cash before. But spending it on __20__ seemed like throwing it away. We all rushed into the pizza line. __21__ I got a pizza and a drink, and walked to my table. about halfway through the meal, I __22_ I had not actually handed any money to the cashier. I had just __23__ out, and nobody had noticed. I felt terrible.My conscience opened its mouth and swallowed me in one big bite. I couldn’t __24__ over it. I just couldn’t go back to the cashier and __25__ for my stolen pizza. I was so upset that I __26__ to give myself the pleasure of an ice cream for __27__ that someone would say, “Hey, Jeff, why not you use the change __28__ the pizza instead of that nice, new $20 bill?” I was not so __29__ of my cash now. For the next two years, whenever I was __30__ of the “pizza incident”, I would say to myself, “Don’t think about it…”I have learned two things from this __31__. Maybe I was a fool for __32__ in to my conscience, and being too stupid to appreciate a __33__ pizza. But the real lesson is that even if you get away with what you have done, your conscience will __34__ up with you.This reflects the saying, “Coward dies a thousand deaths, a hero dies one.” I was a coward and have felt terrible about that incident at least a thousand times. If I had been a “__35__” and gone back to pay for the pizza, I would have felt a little uncomfortable about it only one, or maybe twice.16. A. say B. talk C. share D. explain17. A. as B. while C. then D. when18. A. lost B. tired C. hungry D. angry19. A. excited B. eager C. glad D. anxious20. A. rest B. food C. travel D. drink21. A. Luckily B. Finally C. Immediately D. Actually22. A. thought B. recognized C. noticed D. realized23. A. walked B. left C. worked D. found24. A. look B. get C. turn D. think25. A. ask B. pay C. apologize D. send26. A. refused B. wanted C. hoped D. meant27. A. hope B. surprise C. anger D. fear28. A. into B. with C. for D. from29. A. sure B. upset C. proud D. pleased30. A. warned B. reminded C. thought D. told31. A. experience B. experiment C. story D. talking32. A. turning B. talking C. handing D. giving33. A. free B. cheap C. plain D. delicious34. A. make B. wake C. catch D. put35. A. coward B. fool C. loser D. hero三.阅读理解（每题两分，共50分）AA thief entered the bedroom of the 30th President of the United States, who met him and helped him escape punishment．The event happened in the early morning hours in one of the first days when Calvin Coolidge came into power, late in August, 1923．He and his family were living in the same third-floor suite at the Willard Hotel in Washington that they had occupied several years before．The former President’s wife was still living in the White House．Coolidge awoke to see a stranger go through his clothes, remove a wallet and a watch chain．Coolidge spoke, “I wish you wouldn’t take that．”The thief, gaining his voice, said, “Why?”“I don’t mean the watch and chain, only the charm ．Take it near the window and read what is impressed on its back, “ the President said．The thief read, “Presented to Calvin Coolidge．”“Are you President Coolidge ? “ he asked．The President answered, “Yes, and the House of Representatives gave me that watch charm．I’m fond of it．It would do you no good．You want money．Let’s talk this over．”Holding up the wallet, the young man said in a low voice, “I’ll take this and leave everything else．”Coolidge, knowing there was ＄80 in it, persuaded the young man to sit down and talk．He told the President he and his college roommate had overspent during their holiday and did not have enough money to pay their hotel bill．Coolidge added up the roommate and two rail tickets back to the college．Then he counted out ＄32 said it was a loan ．He then told the young man, “There is a guard in the corridor．” The young man nodded and left through the same window as he had entered．36．What caused the thief to meet the President?A．He knew the President had lots of money．B．He knew the President lived in the suite．C．He wanted to be a rich businessman．D．He wanted to steal some money．37．Why did Calvin Coolidge live at the Willard Hotel in those days?A．Because the former President was still living in the White House．B．Because the former First Lady hadn’t left the White House．C．Because the First Lady liked to live there．D．Because he liked there．38.Coolidge counted out ＄32 ______．A．in order not to be killed by the thiefB．in order to be out of dangerC．so as to help the young student overcome his difficultyD．because he had no more money39.．The young man’s roommate went back to the college ______．A．by air B．by water C．by bus D．by train40.．Which of the following might happen afterwards?A．The young student repaid the＄32．B．The thief was put into prison．C．The President told many reporters the thief’s name．D．The President ordered the young man to repay the money．BHank Viscardi was 26 years old when he put on his first pair of long trousers and his first pair of shoes. For the first time he saw himself as he had always wanted to be a full five feet eight inches tall.Hank had been born without legs. Until he was seven, his world was a world of repeated operations. At last he had not legs, but stumps（残肢）that could be fitted with a kind of special boots.Out of the hospital, Hank often found people staring at him with cruel interest. Children laughed at him and called him “Ape Man” because his arms dragged（拖）on the ground.He went to school like other boys. His grades were good and he needed only eight years instead of the usual twelve.After graduation, Hank worked his way through college. He swept floors, waited on table, or worked in one of the college offices. During all this busy life, Hank had been moving around on his stumps. But one day the doctor told him even the stumps were not going to last much longer. Hank would soon have to use a wheel chair.Hank felt himself go cold all over. However, the doctor said there was a chance that he could be fitted with artificial（人造的）legs.Finally a leg maker was found and the day came when Hank stood up before the mirror and saw himself for the first time, five feet eight inches tall.But this was not the end yet. He had to learn to use his new legs. Again and again he marched the length of the room, and marched back again. There were times when he fell down on the floor, but he pulled himself up and went back to the endless marching. He went out on the street. He climbed the stairs and learned to dance. He built a boat and learned to sail it.When World War Ⅱ came, he talked the Red Cross into giving him a job. He took the regular training. He marched and drilled along with the other soldiers. Few knew that he was legless. This was the true story of Hank Viscardi, the man without legs.41．It can be inferred from the story that five feet eight inches tall is .A．an average height for an adult（成人）B．too tall for an average personC．too short for an average personD．none of the above42．Children laughed at Hank and called him “Ape Man” because .A．he didn’t talk to themB．he kept away from themC．when he moved his arms touched the groundD．his arms were too long43．The writer implies in the story that .A．the Red Cross was only too glad to give him a jobB．the Red Cross gave him a job because he was a good soldier.C．the Red Cross gave him a job after he talked to somebody he knew in the organizationD．the Red Cross was not willing to give him a job at first44．When Hank marched and drilled along with the other soldiers .A．he did everything the other soldiers didB．he did most of the things the other soldiers didC．he did some of the things the other soldiers didD．he took some special training45．The writer suggests that Hank Viscardi .A．had no friends at allB．was a man with a strong willC．had lost his legs in an accidentD．was not satisfied with his artificial legsCMost Americans believe that someone isn’t grown-up until the age of 26 and they should complete their education, have a full-time job, have a family to support and be financially independent. They also believe that becoming a real grown-up is a process which begins at about the age of 20 and takes about five years, according to the report from the University of Chicago’s National Opinion Research Center.The findings are based on a representative sample of 1,398 people over the age of 18 who were surveyed in person. The survey found that people expect the transitions to grown-up status to be completed at the following ages: age 20.9 self-supporting; age 21.1 no longer living with parents; age 21.2 having a full-time job; age 22.3 education completed; age 24.5 being able to support a family financially; age 25.7 getting married; and age 26.2 having a child.“There is a large degree of agreement across social groups on the relative importance of the seven transitions,” said Tom Smith, director of the survey. The only obvious pattern of differences is on views about supporting a family, having children and getting married. Older adults consider these more important than younger adults do. This probably shows in large part a change in values across generations away from traditional family values. The most valued step toward reaching adulthood, the survey found, is completing education, followed by full-time employment, supporting a family, financial independence, living independently, and marriage.46.. According to the first paragraph, someone is a grown-up when he _______.A. has found a full-time jobB. has finished his study in universityC. can make money and support himself after completing his educationD. can support a family and be financially independent after graduation47.. A young man of 24 may be busy ________.A. finding a job B. finding a girl friendC. making money D. preparing for his wedding48. The underlined word “status” in the second paragraph probably means “________”.A. position B. rank C. level D. situation49.. From the passage, we learn that _________.A. being grown-up is just a matter of ageB. being grown-up is a process which takes some timeC. all people think completing education means being grown-upD. the survey found everyone had a different view about being grown-up50.. The best title for the passage should be “________”A. It takes a long time to grown up.B. Are we grown-up yet?C. Getting married means being grown-up.D. Completing education means being grown-up.D"S. H.E. is going to sing at the CCTV annual Spring Festival Evening Party, is that true?" cried out Peng Weiye, a Senior 2 girl in Shanghai and die-hard S. H.E. fan.After checking it on the Internet, Peng quickly phoned friends to spread the news. For fans like her, S. H. E. ’s performance is perhaps the only part of the old fashioned evening to get excited about.The Taiwanese band is made up of Selina, Hebe and Ella. Their name comes from the first letter of each of the singers' English names.Last week S. H. E. announced they would perform in Las Vegas, US, over Christmas and then in Guangzhou on January 15.At their Shanghai show on October 30, hundreds of parents waited outside the Hongkou Stadium. Inside, thousands of teenagers sang, cried and shouted as the band performed."I love their music, healthy image and everything related to them. Thank God that, although my parents don't understand why I love them so much, they still bought me a ticket for that show," said Peng about the Shanghai performance.It is not just on the mainland that the three girls have made audiences much excited. In the past year the band has passed through Taiwan, Hong Kong and even Singapore and Malaysia.When the three high school girls entered a singing contest in Taiwan in 2000, none of them ever dreamed of being a superstar. "We had never met before, and we didn't talk at all at the beginning," recalled Ella.When asked about the secret of their success, she said, "Our average looks and not-so-expensive clothes keep us close to our fans. We are happy to be the girls next door, your singing sisters.""It's really a magical journey, from day-dreaming high school girls to singers performing on the same stage as our idols. Nothing but magical," she said.51. Why was Peng Weiye, a Senior 2 girl, so excited?A. S.H.E. band will get the old fashioned evening exciting.B. S. H.E. will perform in Las Vegas over Christmas.C. Her parents bought her a ticket for S. H. E.’s Shanghai show.D. S. H.E. will perform on the CCTV Spring Festival Evening Party.52. How did the Taiwanese band get the name?A. Their fans gave the name to them.B. Their idols had a deep influence on them.C. A singing contest gave their idea of the band name.D. The first letters of Selina, Hebe and Ella form the band name.53. What do you know about Peng Weiye?A. she stayed outside the Hongkou Stadium to listen to S. H. E. 's performance.B. She will watch the performance in Guangzhou on January 15.C. She pays close attention to everything about S. H. E.D. She was grateful that her parents understood and supported her.