哈尔滨市第六中学校 2018 届 10 月月考 英 语 试 题
注意事项： 1.答题前， 考生先将自己的姓名， 准考证号码填写清楚， 将条形码准确粘贴在条形码区域内。 2.选择题必须使用 2B 铅笔填涂；非选择题必须使用 0.5 毫米黑色字迹的签字笔书写，字体 工整，笔迹清楚。 3.请按照题号顺序在各题目的答题区域内作答，超出答题区域书写答案无效；在草稿纸、试 题卷上答题无效。 4.保持卡面清洁，不要折叠、不要弄破、弄皱，不准用涂改液、修正带、刮纸刀。 第一部分：听力（共两节，满分 30 分） 第一节（共 5 小题；每小题 1.5 分，满分 7.5 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。每段对话仅读一遍。 例:How much is the shirt? A.19.15 B.9.15 C.9.18 答案是 B.
1. What color is the dress? A. Blue. B. Yellow. C. Green.
2. How much will the man pay in total? A. $ 70. 3. Where is Butch now? A. At a friend’s house. 4. What is the woman doing? A. Having an interview. B. Selling a typewriter. C. Doing some typing. B. In his office. C. At home. B. $ 60. C. $ 50.
5. What are the speakers talking about? A. A class. B. A trip. C. A city.
第二节（共 15 小题；每小题 1.5 分，满分 22.5 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。 听第 6 段材料，回答第 6、7 题。 6. Where are the speakers? A. In a gym. B. In a hotel. C. On a beach.
7. Which sport will the woman learn? A. Water skiing. B. Swimming. C. Diving.
听第 7 段材料，回答第 8、9 题。 8. What did the woman do on August 20th last year? A. She held a party. B. She saw a doctor. C. She attended a wedding.
9. Where did the speakers last met? A. At Michael’s house. B. In an Indian restaurant. C. At Peter ’s place.
听第 8 段材料，回答第 10 至 12 题。 10. Where does the conversation take place? A. At a photo studio(工作室). 11. Who is going to bring the pictures? A. Jack. B. Dave. C. Rick. B. At a newspaper office. C. At a bookstore.
12. What will the woman most likely do next? A. Talk with Jack. B. Read a story. C. Send a story to Judy.
听第 9 段材料，回答第 13 至 16 题。 13. What is the probable relationship between the speakers? A. Grandfather and granddaughter. B. Mother and son. C. Brother and sister. 14. What does the woman think of Pizza Palace? A. Its price is too high. slow. 15. Where do the speakers decide to go? A. To MacGrefor ’s. King. 16. How will the speakers go out to eat? B. To Classic Express. C. To Burger B. Its food is delicious. C. Its service is
A. On foot.
B. By bike.
C. By taxi.
听第 10 段材料，回答第 17 至 20 题。 17. How long did Westlife last? A. 19 years. 18. Which is Westlife’s first single? A. Flying Without Wings. 19. What do we know about Westlife? A. They broke up in 2011. B. They sold over 15 million records in all. C. Their first three singles topped the lists in the UK. 20. Which country did Westlife fail to break into? A. The US. B. Ireland. C. The UK. B. If I Let You Go. C. Swear It Again. B. 14 years. C. 12 years.
第二部分：阅读理解（共两节，满分 40 分） A It was a Sunday morning, and I was in a terrible mood. Two of my friends had gone to the movies the night before and hadn’t invited me．I was in my room thinking of ways to make them sorry when my father came in. ―Want to go for a ride，today，Beck? It’s a beautiful day.‖ ―No ! Leave me alone!‖ Those were the last words I said to him that morning． My friends called and invited me to go to the mall with them a few hours later．I forgot to be mad at them and went. I came home to find a note on the table. My mother put it where I would
be sure to see it. ―Dad has had an accident. Please meet us at Highland Park Hospital‖． When I reached the hospital，my mother came out and told me my father’s injuries were extensive. ―Your father told the driver to leave him alone and just call 911，thank God! If he had moved Daddy，there’s no telling what might have happened．A broken rib（肋骨）might have pierced（穿透）a lung….‖ My mother may have said more， but I didn’t hear． I didn’t hear anything except those terrible words： Leave me alone． My dad said them to save himself from being hurt more． How much had I hurt him when I said those words at him earlier in the day? It was several days later that he was finally able to have a conversation． I held his hand gently, afraid of hurting him．
―Daddy… I am so sorry….‖ ―It’s okay，sweetheart．I'll be okay．‖ ―No，‖I said，―I mean about what I said to you that day．You know, that morning?‖ My father could no more tell a lie than he could fly．He looked at me and said．―Sweetheart, I don’t remember anything about that day, not before，during or after the accident. I remember kissing you goodnight the night before，though.‖ He managed a weak smile． My English teacher once told me that words have immeasurable power． They can hurt or they can heal(愈合)．And we all have the power to choose our words. I intend to do that very carefully from now on. 21．The author was in bad mood that morning because A．his father had a terrible accident B．he couldn’t drive to the mall with his friends C．his friends hadn’t invited him to the cinema D．his father didn’t allow him to go out with his friends 22．Why did the author say sorry to his father in the hospital? A．Because he didn’t go along with his father． B．Because he was rude to his father that morning． C．Because he failed to come earlier after the accident． D．Because he couldn’t look after his father in the hospital 23．The reason why the author’s father said he forgot everything about that day is that A．he had a poor memory C．he just wanted to comfort his son 24．What lesson did Beck learn from the matter? A．Don’t treat your parents badly． C．Don’t move the injured in an accident． things B. The Harvard Student-led Walking Tour Let a student show you Harvard … on a free walking tour. We welcome our neighbors to stop by the Harvard University Events & Information Center, located in the Holyoke Center Arcade at 1350 Massachusetts Avenue in the heart of Harvard Square in Cambridge. Let a student take you and your family，school，or organization on an engaging，hour-long historical tour of the Harvard campus．The tours leave from the Events & Information Center. Not only will you discover the location of fascinating exhibitions and programmes on campus，you B．Don’t hurt others with rude words． D．Don’t be angry with friends at small B．he didn’t wanted to comfort his son D．he lost his memory after the accident .
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C．By visiting the Harvard Admissions Office． D．By calling the Events & Information Center any time. 26．A student who wants an information session may A．call（617）495—1573． C．email icenter @ camail. Harvard.edu 27．The above ads is mainly intended for A．foreign visitors C．new students in the university . B．high school students D．those living near Harvard University C. LONDON: What could possibly be wrong with planting trees? The benefits are obvious: they firm the soil, soak up ( 摄取 ) extra water and take carbon dioxide ( 二氧化碳 ) our of the atmosphere. However, it now turns out that planting trees could add to global warming. Tree roots do a great job of keeping soil firmly on the ground and out of the wind’s power. The problem is that some of those dust clouds play an important part in soaking up carbon dioxide. for more information.
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Huge dust storms blow out over the oceans from dry parts of North Africa and central Asia. Tons of dust are lifted and left as a thin film over the ocean surface. The dust fuels oceanic life. Dust from China is carried east and left in the Pacific Ocean. If a tree-planting programme there is successful and the dust supply reduced, the net result may be that less carbon dioxide gets locked away in the ocean. Andy Ridgwell, an environmental scientist from the University of East Anglia, has spent the past few years studying dust and says his work ―shows clearly that the complexity(复杂) of the system and the importance of not tinkering(粗劣地修补) with it without understanding the results. For this reason the need is to focus(集中) on cutting carbon dioxide giving off rather than monkeying (瞎弄) about with the land surface.‖ An American scientist, Robert Jackson, has shown that when native grassland areas are invaded(侵入) by trees, carbon is lost from the soil. ―We are studying why the soil carbon disappears, but one theory is that trees do a lot more of their growing above ground compared to grasses, so less carbon goes directly into the soil from trees, ‖ says Jackson. In wet areas of the world, the gain from trees absorbing carbon dioxide above ground seems to be outweighed(超过) by the loss of carbon from the soil below ground. Countries that plan to combat global warming by planting trees may have to think again. Solutions to environmental problems are often more complex than they first appear, and understanding the Earth’s climate is a very great challenge. 28．People usually hold the opinion that .
A．huge dust storms can destroy carbon dioxide B．huge dust storms can destroy the oceans on the earth C．huge dust storms can’t do anything beneficial for man D．planting trees is the only way to control huge dust storms 29．Andy Ridgwell, the environmental scientist, believes that A．dust plays a more important part than trees B．trees should’t have been planted in dry places C．carbon dioxide is harmful to everything on the earth D．environmental problems are more complex than expected 30．Robert Jackson’s experiment proves that A．grassland areas should be covered by forest C．carbon can turn grass into dust faster 31．The underlined word ―combat‖ in the last paragraph means A．learn about B．fight against C．live with . D．give up . B．trees hold more carbon than grasses D ． less carbon can make trees grow .
D. The energy crisis (危机) has made people aware of how the careless use of the earth’s energy has brought the whole world to the edge of disaster. The over – development of motor transport, with its increase of more cars, more traveling, has contributed to the near – destruction of our cities and the pollution not only of local air but also of the earth’s atmosphere. Our present situation is unlike natural disasters of the past. Worldwide energy use has brought us to a state where long – range planning is important. What we need is not a continuation of our present serious state, which endangers the future of our country, our children, and our earth, but a movement forward in order to work rapidly and effectively on planetary problems. This country has been falling back under the continuing exposures of loss of morality(道德) and the revelation (揭露) that lawbreaking has reached into the highest place in the land. There is a strong demand for morality(道德) to turn for the better and for some devotion that is vast enough and yet personal enough to enlist the devotion of all. In the past it has been only in a way in defense of their own country and their own benefits that people have been able to devote themselves wholeheartedly. This is the first time that we have been asked to defend ourselves and what we hold dear in cooperation with all the other people of this planet, who share with us the same endangered air and the same endangered oceans. There is a common need to reassess our present course, to change that course and to employ new methods through which the world can survive. This is a priceless opportunity. To grasp it, we need a widespread understanding of nature if the crisis we and the world are facing is no passing inconvenience, no byproduct of the ambitions of the oil–producing countries, no environmentalists’ only fears, no byproduct of any present system of government. What we face is the result of the invention of the last four hundred years. What we need is transformed life style. This new life style can flow directly from science and technology, but its acceptance depends on a sincere devotion to finding a higher quality of life for the world’s children and future generation. 32．Which of the following has nearly destroyed our cities? A．The loss of beliefs and ideas. C．Natural disasters in many areas. B．More of law – breaking. D．The rapid growth of motors.
33 ． By comparing past problems with present ones, the author draws our attention to the . A．seriousness of this crisis C．similarity of the past to the present B．ineffectiveness of laws D．hopelessness of the situation
34．Which of the following is used as an example to show the loss of morality? A．Disregard for law. of cities. B．Lack of devotion. C．Lack of understanding. D．Destruction
35．The author wrote the passage in order to
A．make a recommendation for a transformed life style B．limit ambitions of the people of the whole world C．demand devotion to nature and future generation D．encourage awareness of the decline（下降） of morality 第二节（共 5 小题；每小题 2 分，满分 10 分） 根据短文内容， 从短文后的选项中选出能填入空白处的最佳选项。 选项中有两项为多余选项。 In many parts of the world, cars play an important role in daily life and many societies would not exist without them. 36 But this is the prediction made by a team of transport researchers who are taken seriously, not only by government but also by car manufacturers． The Human Science and Advanced Technology Institute at Loughborough in the UK is part of an international research program. 37 That will mean much saving, no accidents and better 38 . Instead，we use of roads. The super-intelligent car of the 21st century will drive itself,
will have a choice of cars and change them as frequently as we change our clothing． According to Dr．David Davis，who leads the research team，these predictions are based on the rising cost of the car culture，which had blocked up our cities，polluted our air, and caused more deaths than both world wars put together． Davis says，cars will be fitted with some intelligent devices(装置) to regulate(调节) the distance between one car and another. 39 Computers are much safer drivers than people，so
cars in a road train will be able to drive much closer together than cars driven by people. By 2010，Dr．David Davis believes，car technology will give motorists a clear view of the road， whatever the weather conditions， by projecting an image （影像） of the road ahead on to the car’s windscreen． 40 Cars will be connected by an electronic tow bar to the car in front to
form ―road-trains‖. ―The front vehicle in such a train burns the normal amount.‖ says Davis. ― But all the others in the train would burn about ten percent of the normal amount，and so produce about ten percent of the pollution.‖ A．The team there believes that by 2030 all cars will be computerized. B．They believe that cars will become more important in 20 years. C．And it will not be owned by one individual. D．And by 2030, cars will travel in line, linked to each other electronically. E．So the idea that in 20 years’ time, no one will own cars may be hard to believe. F．Every driver will use less fuel in the car he owns. G．The car will automatically speed up, or slow down, to match the speed of the car in front. 第三部分：英语知识运用（共两节，满分 45 分）
第一节：完形填空（共 20 小题；每小题 1.5 分，满分 30 分） 阅读下面短文，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 白处的最佳选项，并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 Wings of Angel I used to hate myself because I wasn’t ―normal‖. Everyone else could play on the monkey bars and ride on a bicycle, but not knew I would always be much broadly and standing 41 . I had a serious spinal cord disorder(脊髓病) and I 43 at me. I hated seeing others smiling 45 and seeing an
42 than others.
I hated going to school and I hated people ugly and hunchback(驼背). My friends found me
44 and tall. And most of all, I hated looking in the
46 because I didn’t let other get close to me. I thought I was going 47 Angela appeared.
to go on like this for the rest of my life
That afternoon, I was sitting by myself in a corner of the school—a spot where no one would 48 me. That’s when I first heard your voice. ―Hi. Can I sit down?‖ I raised my head and there she was, with an irresistible smile on her round face. ―What are you looking at?‖ you asked. That was how our ―Ants.‖ ―What are they doing?‖ ―No 49 .‖ ―I bet they’re playing games and make friends. Don’t you think so?‖ 50 started and it didn’t stop. We talked about everything under the sun—the ants, the clouds, my little niche(处境)—until it was sunset. Then suddenly, you saw my My heart me now. She stood up, pointed at my back and said, ―I know I closed my eyes like a criminal waiting to be ―No,‖ I answered 57 . 54 your back is hunched.‖ 55 . I begged in my heart for her to 51 . She just stared. 53 52 . What I feared most had happened and I knew for sure she would
56 , but you just kept on going. ―I know what you’ve got in there. Do you?‖ She bent and whispered in my ears. ―Your back is bunched because you’ve got a pair of wings from the angels.‖ I was 58 . I looked into your eyes and her B．it B．shorter B．smiling B．alone B．sun 59 touched my heart. From that day on, I D．her D．slower D．glaring D．together D．mirror started to learn to 41．A．them 42．A．sadder 43．A．looking 44．A．still 45．A．street 60 myself because I have the wings of an angel and a kind – hearted friend. C．me C．weaker C．aiming C．straight C．corner
46．A．distant 47．A．after 48．A．disturb 49．A．wonder 50．A．connection 51．A．face 52．A．sank 53．A．care for 54．A．that 55．A．accused 56．A．relax 57．A．shyly 58．A．astonished 59．A．wisdom 60．A．control
B．stubborn B．before B．seek B．idea B．competition B．back B．beat B．rely on B．how B．arrested B．leave B．weakly B．ashamed B．generosity B．like
C．hopeless C．since C．interrupt C．sign C．conversation C．eyes C．broke
D．unfortunate D．until D．ignore D．action D．comprehension D．shoulders D．ached
C．look down upon D．put up with C．whether C．punished C．stop C．proudly C．annoyed C．honesty C．comfort D．why D．sentenced D．pause D．firmly D．amused D．kindness D．enjoy
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或括号内单词的正确形式。 注意：将答案写在答题卡上。写在本试卷上无效。 I was on my way to the Taiyetos Mountains. The sun was setting when my car 61
(break) down near a remote and poor village. Cursing my misfortune, I was wondering where I was going to spend the night when I realized that the villagers who had gathered around me were arguing as to 62 should have the honor of receiving me 63 a guest in their house.
Finally, I accepted the offer of an old woman who lived alone in a little house. While she was getting me 64 (settle) into a tiny but clean room, the head of the village was tying up his horse 65 small town some 20 kilometres away 66 there was
to my car to pull it to a garage.
I had noticed three hens running free in my hostess's courtyard and that night one of them ended up in a dish on my table. drank together and talked 68 67 villagers brought me goat's cheese and honey. We
(merry) till far into the night.
When the time came for me to say goodbye to my friends in the village, I wanted to reward(奖赏) the old woman 69 the trouble I 70 （cause）her.
单词短语拼写： （每个 0.5 分，共 10 分）必须写在答题卡上。 单词拼写： 1. 技 术 （ n ） ___________________________ 6. 立 刻 ， 马 上 （ adv. ）
___________________________ 2. 印 象 （ n ） ___________________________ 7. 欣 赏 , 感 激 （ v. ）
___________________________ 3. 热 情 的 （ adj. ） _________________________8. 科 学 的 （ adj. ）
___________________________ 4. 流 利 的 （ adj. ） ___________________________ 9. ___________________________ 5. 态度 （n.） ___________________________ 短语部分： 1. 完全不像___________________________ ___________________________ 2. 取得进步___________________________ 3. 换句话说___________________________ 4. 独自地___________________________ ___________________________ 5. 与….相似___________________________ 10. 受….欢迎___________________________ 第四部分：写作 第一节 短文改错（共 10 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 10 分） 7. 承认做….. ___________________________ 8. 适用于___________________________ 9. 由 …. 说 了 算 6. 对 …. 有 耐 心 10.时间表 （n） __________________________ 精 力 充 沛 的 （ adj. ）
假定英语课上老师要求同桌之间交换修改作文， 请你修改你同桌写的以下作文。 文中共 有 10 处语言错误，每句中最多有两处。错误涉及一个单词的增加、删除或修改。 增加：在缺词处加一个漏字符号（^） 。并在其下面写出该加的词。 删除：把多余的词用斜线（/）划掉。 修改：在错的词下划一横线，并在该词下面写出修改后的词。 注意：1.每处错误及其修改均仅限一词； （格式不对不得分） 2.只允许修改 10 处，多者（从第 11 处起）不记分。 One rainy day while I was walking home with one of my friend, a truck came to a stop besides us. The driver put the window down and offered us a umbrella because he found we were wet
through. I stood there and couldn’t believe in that a complete stranger is so thoughtful. The man insisted, so I grateful accepted the offer, thanked him and watched the truck disappear down the road. This man might need the umbrella himself, and he preferred to give it to everyone else. It was a lesson to us that it was possible give without expect anything in return.
2018 届高一 10 月月考英语试题参考答案 听力部分: 1-5 ACAAB 6-10 BCBCB 11-15 CBCAB 16-20 ABCCA 阅读理解：21-24 CBCB 25—27 A BD 28—31 CDBB 32—35 DABC 36—40 EACGD 56-60. CBADB 65、a
完型填空：41-45. C B A CD 46-50. A D ABC 51-55. BACDD 语法填空：61、broke 66、where 67、other 62、who 68、merrily 63、as 64、settled
单词：1. technology 2. impression 3. enthusiastic 4. fluent 5. attitude 6. immediately 7. appreciate 8. scientific 9. energetic 10. schedule
短语：1. nothing like 2. make progress 3. in other words 4. by oneself 5. be similar to 6. be patient with 7. admit doing 8. be true of 短文改错： One rainy day while I was walking home with one of my friend, a truck came to a stop friends besides us. The driver put the window down and offered us a umbrella because he found we were beside 去掉 an was wet through. I stood there and couldn’t believe in that a complete stranger is so thoughtful. The 9. be up to sb 10 be popular with
man insisted, so I grateful accepted the offer, thanked him and watched the truck disappear down gratefully the road. This man might need the umbrella himself, and he preferred to give it to everyone else. It but was a lesson to us that it was possible∧give without expect anything in return. to expecting someone