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浙东北联盟(ZDB)2016/2017 学年第一学期期中考试

命题学校:湖州二中 命题老师:姚旭辉 审卷老师:杨亚萍
总分 100 分 考试时间 120 分钟
第一部分:听力(共两节,满分 20 分)
第一节(共 5 小题,每小题 1 分,共 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阅读下一小题。每段对话
1. What are the two speakers going to buy?

A. Bread. B. Cheese. C. Eggs.

2. How does the woman find the fish?

A. Just so-so. B. Bad. C. Quite good.

3. What does the woman mean?

A. Mark should go on with the game.

B. Mark should draw pictures on the computer.

C. Mark should review his lessons.

4. Where does the conversation take place?

A. In the bookstore. B. In the hotel. C. In the classroom.

5. Why doesn’t Jane eat her chocolate cake?

A. She doesn’t like chocolate.

B. She has trouble with her tooth.

C. She has no tooth.

第二节 (共 15 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 15 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。听每段对话或独白前,你将有时间阅读各个小题,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。
听下面一段对话, 回答第 6 和第 7 题。
6. In which department can this conversation most probably take place?

A. Shoe Department. B. Clothing Department. C. Jewelry Department.

7. What could be the reason if the woman does not buy the overcoat?

A. The color. B. The size. C. The price.

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听下面一段对话,回答第 8 至第 10 题。
8. What can the woman be?

A. A waitress at a hotel.

B. The secretary of Mr. Black.

C. The assistant of Professor Green.

9. How could the man get in touch with Mr. Green?

A. Ask the woman to find the Blackwood Hotel.

B. Dial 809.

C. Dial 114 to find the telephone number of the Blackwood Hotel.

10. Why did the man ask the woman to change the dollar?

A. To pay for the information.

B. To make a phone call.

C. To go to the hotel by bus.

听下面一段对话,回答第 11 至第 14 题。
11. What is the man doing?

A. Selling his house. B. Looking for a house. C. Looking for work.

12. How long has the woman lived in the house?

A. 19 years. B. 8 years. C. 20 years.

13. Why does the woman want to sell the house?

A. She wants to move abroad.

B. She wants to move to the countryside.

C. She hopes to get a lot of money.

14. How much does the house cost?

A. $6,850. B. $6,815. C. $7,850.

听下面一段对话,回答第 15 至 17 题。
15. What’s the probable relationship between the two speakers?

A. Friends. B. Strangers. C. Husband and wife.

16. How did the woman find her stay there?

A. Boring. B. Wonderful. C. Terrible.

17. What does the man advise the woman to do when she gets home?

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A. Send him an email. B. Write a letter to him. C. Give him a call.

听下面一段独白, 回答第 18 至 20 题。
18. How old was Rose when she left school?

A. 16. B. 17. C. 18.

19. What did Rose learn in the college?

A. Physics. B. English. C. Typing.

20. How much will the office pay Rose if she gets the job now?

A. $30. B. $27. C. $20.

第二部分 阅读理解(共一节,每小题 2 分,满分 20 分)

阅读下列短文 ,从每题所给的四个选项(A、B、C、D)中,选出最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。
A long-term American study shows the importance of early education for poor children. The study is known

as the Abecedarian( 初 步 的 ) Project. It involved more than one-hundred young children from poor families in

North Carolina.

Half of the children attended an all-day program at a high-quality childcare center. The center offered

educational, health and social programs. Children took part in games and activities to increase their thinking and

language skills and social and emotional development. The program also included health foods for the children.

The children attended the program from when they were a few weeks old until the age of five years. The

other group of children did not attend the childcare center. After the age of five, both groups attended public


Researchers compared the two groups of children. When they were babies, both groups had similar results in

tests for mental and physical skills. However, from the age of eighteen months, the children in the educational

child care program did much better in tests.

The researchers tested the children again when they were twelve and fifteen years old. The tests found that

the children who had been in the childcare center continued to have higher average test results. These children did

much better on tests of reading and mathematics.

A few years ago, organizers of the Abecedarian Project tested the students again. At the time, each student

was twenty-one years old. They were tested for thinking and educational ability, employment, parenting and social

skills. The researchers found that the young adults who had the early education still did better in reading and

mathematics tests. They were more than two times as likely( 有 可 能 的 ) to go to college or to have completed

college. In addition, the children who received early education were older on average, when their first child was
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The study offers more evidence that learning during the first months and years of life is important for all later


The researchers of the Abecedarian Project believe their study shows a need for lawmakers to spend money

on public early education. They believe these kinds of programs could reduce the number of children who do not

complete school and are unemployed.

21. The Abecedarian Project has lasted______.

A. almost one year B. about five years

C. more than 20 years D. no more than 15 years

22. What do we know about the people who had been in the childcare center, compared with those who hadn’t?

A. They were more likely to go to college. B. They had children earlier.

C. They had the same results in tests. D. They are less sociable.

23. According to the passage, The Abecedarian Project__________.

A. involves children from rich families

B. doesn’t provide food for children

C. offers foreign teachers to help improve children’s language skills

D. studies the importance of an early education for poor children

24. What don’t we know about the Abecedarian Project after reading the text?

A. How important early education is for poor children.

B. What the children learned at the child-care center.

C. How many children are involved in the Abecedarian Project.

D. Whether lawmakers will spend money on public early education.

Some places in the world have strange laws. It’s important for you to know about them before going there.

Whoever likes to chew gum(口香糖) may have to leave Singapore. The government really wants to keep the

city clean and will fine you for chewing gum.

Before you leave for the United Arab Emirates you’d better make sure you aren’t visiting during

Ramadan(斋月). During that time you aren’t allowed to eat or drink in public. Tourists have been fined up to $275

for drinking in public.

Lovers spend so much time kissing each other goodbye at train stations that trains often start late. This law
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— no kissing your lover goodbye at train stations – is rather old, and isn’t in use today in France.

In Thailand it’s against the law to drive a car or motorcycle without a shirt on, no matter how hot it is.

Punishments are different in different areas and can include warnings and tickets costing about $10. No joke ---

the local police will stop you.

Studies in Denmark have shown that cars with their headlights on are more noticeable by other drivers than

those with their headlights off. Drivers there are required to leave their headlights on even during the day, or they

may face a fine up to $100.

Do you often buy things using coins? Don’t do it in Canada. The Currency Law of 1985 doesn’t allow using

only coins to buy things. Even the use of the dollar-coin is limited (受限制的). The shop owner has the right to

choose whether to take your coins or not.

Make sure you know about these laws before your next trip. Better safe than sorry.

25. What is mainly talked about in the text?

A. How to make your trip around the world safe.

B. Why there are strange laws in the world.

C. Interesting places you can go to around the world.

D. Some strange laws you should know about for your trip.

26. If you are driving a car in Thailand, __________.

A. the police will play a joke on you

B. you should wear your shirt even though it’s hot

C. the police will give you tickets costing about $10

D. you should always keep your headlights on

27. What can we learn from the text?

A. The Singaporean government cares a lot about its environment.

B. Kissing goodbye at train stations isn’t allowed in France today.

C. Tourists in the United Arab Emirates shouldn’t eat in public.

D. You can turn your headlights off in daytime in Denmark.

WASHINGTON—There are more than 222 million TVs in American homes. And it would make Frank

Vespe very happy this week if every last one was turned off.

Vespe is the head of the TV—Turnoff Net —Work, the Washington organization behind TV Turnoff Week.

For TV Turnoff week, American children are encouraged to go one week without watching TV. This year, it
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runs from April 23~29.

“Our real message here is to see what life is like without TV and then make watching TV a conscious (自觉

的)decision ,” said Vespe.

Vespe said that most of the children who go without television for a week go back to watching, but not as

much. “They watch more selectively(有选择性地). They do more things as a family. It helps them put TV in its


One girl who is turning off her TV is Sarah Foote, 9, of Virginia .

Sarah admits that it won’t be too hard to give up TV. She’s allowed to watch only educational television, and

her favorite show from last year isn’t on any more.

Of course, there are plenty of things about TV: programs can be entertaining, even educational.

Even so, some experts aren’t sure TV Turnoff Week is the answer.

Susan Neuman, a university educator who studies children and reading, says the real problem is that parents

do not keep track of what their children are watching. They don’t set limits on TV watching. Also, in some

families, TV might be the only thing there is to do.

What message does Sarah have for other children?

“It’s a very good idea. I spent a whole week without TV. It also teaches you to enjoy time doing different

things and not being sucked into something on TV, because you don’t want TV taking up all of your time,” Sarah


28. From the passage we know that__________ .

A. American TV companies will be turned off

B. Vespe is very happy as every TV set was turned off

C. Vespe has persuaded most people to turn off their TV sets

D. Vespe plays an important role in the TV—Turnoff organization

29. As Vespe said in this passage ,turning off TV a week can help children__________.

A. forget to watch TV programmes B. improve their habits of watching TV

C. place TV sets out of their bedrooms D. watch their favorite shows

30. What’s the author’s purpose in writing this passage?

A. To advise us to turn off TV sets. B. To warn parents of the danger of TV.

C. To report to us a piece of news about TV. D. To praise Vespe and his organization.

第三部分 语言运用(共两节, 满分 30 分)

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第一节 完形填空(共 20 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 20 分)
阅读下列短文,从短文后各题所给的四个选项(A、B、C、和 D)中,选出可以填入空白处最佳选项,
The pickle jar(咸菜坛子),as far back as I can remember, sat on the floor beside the dresser in my parents'

bedroom. When he got ready for bed, Dad would 31 his pockets and throw his coins into the jar.

When the jar was 32 , we would take the coins to the bank. He would smile 33 ,"These are for

my son's college money. He'll 34 work so hard all his life like me."

The years passed, and I finished 35 and took a job. Once, while visiting my parents, I 36

that the pickle jar in my parents' bedroom was gone. A lump(哽咽) rose in my throat as I stared at the spot beside

the dresser where the jar had always stood. My dad was a man of few words, and never 37 me on the

values of determination, love, and faith. The pickle jar had taught me all these virtues( 美 德 ) far more than the

most flowery words could have done.

When I 38 , I told my wife Susan about the important role the pickle jar had 39 in my life. In

my mind, it defined, more than 40 else, how much my dad had loved me. No matter how 41

things got at home, Dad continued to drop his coins into the jar.

The first Christmas after our daughter Jessica was born, we spent the 42 with my parents. After

dinner, Susan carried the baby into my parents' bedroom to diaper(换尿布) her. When Susan came back into the

living room, there were tears 43 her eyes. She took my hand and 44 me into the room.

"Look," she said 45 , her eyes directing me to a spot on the floor beside the dresser. To my 46 ,

there, as if it had never been removed, stood the old pickle jar, the bottom already 47 with coins. I walked

over to the pickle jar, dug down into my pocket, and 48 all the coins. I dropped the coins into the jar, as

my father always did. I 49 and saw Dad who was carrying Jessica. Our eyes 50 , and I knew he

was feeling the same emotions I felt. Neither one of us could speak.

31. A. fix B. empty C. shake D. collect

32. A. filled B. updated C. included D. damaged

33. A. coldly B. proudly C. angrily D. greedily

34. A. always B. frequently C. never D. sometimes

35. A. homework B. competition C. college D. housework

36. A. knew B. learned C. recognized D. noticed

37. A. commanded B. suggested C. questioned D. lectured

38. A. married B. recovered C. requested D. burst

39. A. joined B. brought C. played D. left

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40. A. everything B. nothing C. anything D. something

41. A. comfortable B. difficult C. smooth D. necessary

42. A. holiday B. saving C. weekend D. effort

43. A. with B. on C. off D. in

44. A. driving B. leading C. pushing D. forcing

45. A. softly B. uninterestedly C. loudly D. impatiently

46. A. expectation B. amazement C. sadness D. shame

47. A. cleaned B. opened C. damaged D. covered

48. A. put out B. made up C. pulled out D. found out

49. A. got tired B. looked up C. joined in D. gave in

50. A. improved B. commanded C. developed D. locked

第 II 卷
第三部分 语言运用(共两节, 满分 30 分)
第二节(共 10 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 10 分)
阅读下面材料,在空白处填入适当的内容(1 个单词)或括号内单词的正确形式。
I was nine years old when I learnt to ride a bike. The bike was one of the birthday 51 (gift) from my

uncle. You can imagine how 52 (excite) I was when I saw the bike, and I begged my uncle to teach me

how to ride it right away. However, before I got on the bike, I felt 53 (extreme) nervous and I was afraid

that I would fall off and hurt 54 (me). My uncle held onto the seat and helped me to get 55 the

bike. While I was riding, he was running along beside me, 56 (hold) the seat so that I would not fall over. I

was so grateful to him for his help. As I was practicing, I became more and more confident. Then, I heard my

uncle shouting, “You are riding by yourself now!” I was both excited and scared. I was really riding by myself,

57 what if I fell over? Could I use the brakes to stop? As I was wondering about this, my uncle 58

(quick) ran after me and got hold of the bike. 59 (late) that day, having learnt how to get on and get off it, I

was walking on air! I am still thankful for my uncle’s teaching me to ride a bike on my 60 (nine) birthday.
第四部分 写作(共三节, 满分 30 分)

第一节 单词拼写(共 10 题;每小题 1 分,满分 10 分。根据首字母或者中文意思填写单词的适当形式。)

61. I called Tony late last night to tell him I was very c___________ about the situation. He told me not to worry

and to go to bed.

62. John has s_________ from a bad cold for several days.

63. Xinhua dictionary is the most popular Chinese dictionary, and it has a v_____________ of 10,000 words.
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64. He looks honest, but a________________ he is a thief.

65. He no longer smokes now because his wife p__________ him to give up smoking last year.

66.Deaf people c________________ (交流)by body language.

67. She had changed so much that I could hardly ________________ (认出)her.

68. She got frightened and excited, but is much ___________________(镇静)now.

69. A man can be __________ (毁灭), but not defeated.

70. What we must do is to __________________(营救)them from danger at once.

第二节 句子翻译(共 5 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 10 分)
(be crazy about)


72.因特网在许多领域中正起着越来越重要的作用。(play a role in)






75.我的同桌能用英语自如地表达自己。(express oneself)

第三节 应用文写作(满分 10 分)

1. 主题:探讨英语学习的有效方法;
2. 时间:明天下午 3:50;
3. 地点:本班教室;
4. 内容:5 位同学先介绍他们的学习经验;然后自由讨论;最后由王老师答疑。
5. 要求:尽量用英语发言
注意: 1. 词数 80 左右;
2. 可适当增加细节,以使行文连贯;
3. 开头和结尾已给出,不计入总词数。
Attention please! I have something important to tell you.

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