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北京市101中学2009-2010学年下学期初二年级期末考试英语试卷 听力

北京市101中学2009-2010学年下学期初二年级期末考试英语试卷

听力理解(共24分)

一、听对话,从下面各题所给的A、B、C三幅图片中选择与对话内容相符的图片。每段对话读两遍。(共4分,每小题1分)

北京市101中学2009-2010学年下学期初二年级期末考试英语试卷 听力

北京市101中学2009-2010学年下学期初二年级期末考试英语试卷 听力

二、听对话或对白,根据对话或对白的内容,从下面各题所给的A、B、C三个选项中选择最佳选项。每段对话或独白读两

遍。(共12分,每小题1分)

请听一段对话,完成第5至第6小题。

5. What colour is Celia’s bedroom this time?

A. Green.

B. Blue.

C. Yellow.

6. What colour does the man like best?

A. Blue.

B. Yellow.

C. Red.

请听一段对话,完成第7至第8小题。

7. When will the two speakers meet?

A. At 5:30 pm.

B. At 6:00 pm.

C. At 6:30 pm.

8. What do they mainly talk about?

A. English learning.

B. English spelling.

C. English grammar.

请听一段对话,完成第9至第10小题。

9. What can’t you do in the new sports center this year?

A. Play table tennis.

B. Play volleyball.

C. Swim.

10. When will Jane and Bob go to the sports center?

A. On Friday.

B. On Saturday.

C. On Sunday.

请听一段对话,完成第11至第13小题。

11. Has Wang Lin been to his hometown before?

A. Yes, he was.

B. We don’t know.

C. No, never.

12. How long has Wang Lin’s family been living in the city?

A. For 20 years.

B. For 12 years.

C. For 21 years.

13. How soon will Wang Lin come back?

A. In a month.

B. In two days.

C. In a week.

请听一段独白,完成第14至第16小题。

14. Who visited the small restaurant in California in 1955?

A. Ray Kroc.

B. The McDonald brothers.

C. A businessman in New York.

15. How many McDonald’s restaurant s are there in the USA?

A. Over 5,000.

B. Over 30,000.

C. Over 1,000.

16. In the largest McDonald’s restaurant, how many people can sit and eat at a time?

A. About 60.

B. About 1,000.

C. About 700.

三、听独白,记录关键信息。独白读两遍。(共8分,每小题2分)

请根据所听到的独白内容和卡片上的提示词语,将所缺的关键信息写在下面卡片中的相应位置上。

北京市101中学2009-2010学年下学期初二年级期末考试英语试卷 听力

语言知识运用(共27分)

四、单项选择。(共15分,每小题1分)

21. The building is so tall. Let’s take the __________.

A. bus

B. boat

C. elevator

D. subway

22. Attention, please! I have ________ to say.

A .important anything B. important something

C. anything important

D. something important

23. If it ____ tomorrow, we ____ go fishing.

A. will rain; won’t

B. rain; won’t

C. doesn’t rain; will

D. raining; will

24. She has been playing the piano _______ she was eight years old.

A. about

B. since

C. for

D. in

25. Many people are working hard to improve our environment and there _____ less pollution in

five years.

A. was

B. will have

C. has

D. will be

26. —Where is Jack?

—He __________ to the amusement park.

A. goes

B. has been

C. will go

D. has gone

27. The boy didn’t run _______ to catch up with the other runners.

A. enough fast

B. fast enough

C. slow enough

D. enough well

28. I usually play basketball Sunday afternoon.

A. in

B. on

C. of

D. at

29. Students are not allowed ______ during the exams.

A. to speak

B. speak

C. spoken

D. speaking

30. The teacher told me _________ to school early next time.

A. came

B. come

C. coming

D. to come

31. — I bought a new cell phone the day before yesterday.

— Oh, it looks cool. How much did it _____ you?

A. cost

B. take

C. spend

D. pay

32. We should ___________the music because your little brother is sleeping.

A. turn off

B. turn up

C. turn in

D. turn on

33. Sometimes some small presents are enough to make your parents ______.

A. happily

B. sad

C. to smile

D. happy

34. —He didn’t pass the exam, ________?

— No, he didn’t. He didn’t spend much time studying.

A. didn’t he

B. doesn’t he

C. did he

D. is he

35. I want to know ________________.

A. when will he come

B. what should I do

C. where my bike is

D. how does he go to work

五、完形填空。(共12分,每小题1分)

阅读下面的短文,掌握其大意,然后从短文后各题所给的A、B、C、D四个选项中,选择最佳选项。

I love you, Mum and Dad!

Tears go out of my eyes when I talk to my parents on the phone. What are they doing when I call them? This is what I want to know most. I have supper at 5 o’clock in the dining hall. There is no need for me to 36 by myself, no need to wash the dishes. However, now it is the busiest time for my parents. Dad works from seven o'clock in the morning to nine o'clock in the evening. Therefore, all the housework is 37 to my mum. 38 her own job, she also has to work at the vineyard(葡萄园).

Every day she gets up at 4 o’clock in the morning, and then works till dark. One day I called her at 7:30 in the evening, and she told me that she was still in the vineyard and hadn’t had supper yet. Tears ran down from 39 cheeks(脸颊), and I was filled with 40 . I promise her to study hard in the university, because I am her hope. I promise her to take care of myself, because I am important to her… I promise her so much and I just want her to promise me that she can take care of herself and dad because they are 41 like the blood in my body. I cannot 42 without them.

In my 43 , everyone is common. We are willing to earn our living by our own hands. We are very happy to have the meal together on the New Year’s Eve. My mother has ever s aid that everyone in the family is important, no one can be 44 .

Mum has ever said that the 45 time for Dad and her is when my sister and I come back home. We play cards in the room, watch TV, do anything we like with dad and mum preparing delicious food in the kitchen. It is also the happiest time for me. At that moment, I could forget all the difficulties and unhappiness. The only thing I would like to do is to 46 the time with my parents.

47 , sometimes, doesn't need many words. Give your parents a call, and tell them you miss them...

36. A. cook B. feed C. eat D. live

37. A. done B. taken C. left D. turned

38. A. With B. Besides C. As D. From

39. A. my B. his C. her D. our

40. A. regret B. shame C. worry D. trouble

41. A. still B. only C. almost D. just

42. A. study B. live C. develop D. succeed

43. A. city B. class C. family D. area

44. A. weak B. sad C. free D. absent

45. A. busiest B. happiest C. luckiest D. easiest

46. A. enjoy B. find C. control D. get

47. A. Love B. Happiness C. Sadness D. Thanks

阅读理解(共44分)

六、阅读短文选择最佳选项。(共26分,每小题2分)

阅读下面的四篇短文,根据短文内容,从短文后各题所给的A、B、C、D四个选项中,选择最佳选项。

A

WELCOME TO V ANCOUVER

北京市101中学2009-2010学年下学期初二年级期末考试英语试卷 听力

北京市101中学2009-2010学年下学期初二年级期末考试英语试卷 听力

48. If Mr. Li goes to Stanley Park, how much should he pay for the ticket?

A. $ 18.60.

B. $11.20.

C. $29.80.

D. $7.40.

49. Where can you see different kinds of fishes?

A. Stanley Park.

B. Water Slides.

C. Capilano Suspension Bridge.

D. Vancouver Aquarium.

50. If you want to get more information about Capilano Suspension Bridge, you can call at________.

A. 604-681-5115

B. 604-659-FISH

C. 604-985-7479

D. 604-794-7455

51. There is a ______ with the lowest price in Water Slides.

A. gift shop

B. heated slide

C. mini-golf

D. picnic area

B

Anne and Joseph are talking about an interesting question. Why do some people change their names? There can be many reasons. Hanna changed her name to Anne because she thought it would be easier for people to remember. On the other hand, Joseph is thinking about changing his name to an unusual name because he wants to be different.

People have a lot of reasons for changing their names. Film stars, singers, sportsmen and some other famous people often change their names because they want names that are not ordina ry, or that have special sound. They choose the ―new names‖ for themselves instead of the names their parents gave them when they were born.

Some people have another reason for changing their names. They have moved to a new country and want to use a name that is usual there. For example, Li Kaiming changed his name to Ken Lee when he moved to the United States. He uses the name Ken at his job and at school. But with his family and Chinese friends, he uses Li Kaiming. For some people, using different names makes life easier in their new country.

In many countries, a woman changes her family name to her husband’s after she gets married. But today, many women are keeping their own family names and not using their husbands’. Sometimes, women use their own names in some situations and their husbands’ in other situations. And some use both their own names and their husbands’.

52. Famous people want their new names to_____ .

A. be ordinary

B. have no meaning

C. have special sound

D. be unknown

53. Mr. Li uses his new name when he_________.

A. comes back to China

B. is among Chinese friends

C. stays with his family

D. is at his job

54. When a woman takes a man’s family name, we can infer that________.

A. she wants to be famous.

B. she lives a happy life.

C. she works for the man.

D. she is married to the man.

C

You’ve just finished with middle school and you start wondering, ―What’s high school really like?‖ Is high school a lot diffe rent from middle school? Is it going to be hard starting out in a new place?

Most high schools hold a freshman class before school actually starts. When you talk to people in the freshman class, you’ll probably find that a lot of them are feeling just like you are, excited, curious, maybe a little afraid. Talking about a question of common interest with your classmates could start a new friendship.

The work in high school builds on what you have learned in middle school, and gives you a more advanced (高级的) knowledge of many subjects. So you may find that it’s a bit more challenging. But these challenges(挑战) can make you feel less bored. And there are many resources (资源) to fall back on if you feel that the work is too much.

High school also has more activities than middle school does, such as clubs, music groups, and sports teams. These activities may take place before or after school, or during your free periods. Because of this, time management is an important skill to learn in your first year.

Middle school taught you the basics (基础) of study and social skills while high school gives you the chance to learn how to be more independent. It’s perfectly OK if you’re nervous at first. Just be patient and keep trying. Once you’ve got used to your new independence you may find you can go farther than you ever imagined.

55. You could learn something except in middle school.

A. social skills

B. the basics of study

C. time management

D.independence

56. Which of the following is true?

A. The life in high school is the same as middle school.

B. All high schools will hold a freshman class before school actually starts.

C. There are many clubs, music groups, and sports teams in middle school.

D. The challenges in high school can make you feel less bored.

57. What is probably the best title for this passage?

A. Be more Independent.

B. What is High School like?

C. Advice for Freshman.

D. My High School.

D

Have you seen Avatar (《阿凡达》)?

It’s a popular movie this year. It is three-dimensional (3D), so you may have to wear a special pair of glasses to see it. The 3D glasses make the images (图像) from the movie look like they are coming straight at you.

More and more 3D movies are coming to theaters. Some say that 3D TV sets will come into our homes in the near future.

Three-dimensional technology can make TV and movies more exciting. But people with eye problems may get headaches if they spend too much time watching 3D movies. Why?

When we look at an object, each eye sees it at a different angle (角度). Our eyes send the two images to our brain, and the brain puts them together. That’s how we see depth.

Three-dimensional technology uses two film projectors (投影机). One projects a left eye image and the other projects a right eye image. 3D glasses allow us to see a different image in each eye.

There are a lot of people walking around with very small eye problems, for example an eye muscle imbalance. Under normal situations, the brain can get used to their eyes so they can see things normally.

But when they are watching a 3D movie, the images projected to their eyes can’t be put together by their brain.

So the brain needs to work harder at ―reading‖ the images. That makes it easier for these people to get dizzy or develop headaches.

Dr John Hagan, an eye doctor in Kansas City, said some people who do not see depth normally cannot see in 3D at all.

He said people whose eyes can’t focus on (聚焦) the same object at once will have trouble seeing 3D images.

58. When we wear a pair of 3D glasses, ____________.

A. our brain will get a different image from each eye

B. our brain will put the different images together

C. our eyes will focus on the same object easily

D. our eyes will see an object at the same angle

59. What does the underlined words ―normal situations‖ mean?

A. When people see things normally.

B. When people have no eye problems.

C. When people don’t have a headache.

D. When people aren’t seeing a 3D movie.

60. What does the writer want to tell us in this passage?

A. Seeing 3D movies can bring us eye problems.

B. Not all the people can watch 3D images.

C. The 3D glasses make the movie seem alive.

D. The 3D movies will be very popular soon.

七、阅读短文, 还原句子。(共8分,每小题2分)

一个多余选项。

北京市101中学2009-2010学年下学期初二年级期末考试英语试卷 听力

北京市101中学2009-2010学年下学期初二年级期末考试英语试卷 听力

In 1940, a little girl named Wilma Rudolph was born. She was small and sick. In her early childhood, Wilma had many serious illnesses. 61 When Wilma was four years old, doctors noticed her left leg was not straight. They told her family that she had polio(小儿麻痹症),and that she would never walk.

Wilma and her family didn’t want to believe the doctors. Wilma exercised every day until she was able to walk with a brace(支架). 62 All her friends played basketball after school. Wilma sat and watched them every day, dreaming of being an athlete(运动员). Of course, people thought she was crazy. But Wilma was determined. By the time she was nine years old, she could walk without a brace! She began playing basketball. In middle school, she was the star of the basketball team. A running coach saw her play. He thought Wilma could be a great runner. Soon Wilma was training for the Olympics.

When she was sixteen, she flew to Melbourne for the 1956 Olympic Games. 63 Over the next four years, Wilma continued to train as a runner.

In 1960, Wilma went to the Rome Olympics, determined to do better. Two days before her first race, she twisted(扭伤) her ankle. She was worried that her chance was gone. But she won the 100-meter race. 64 After that, she and her teammates won the 400-meter relay race. Wilma Rudolph was the first American woman to win three gold medals in a single Olympics!

八、阅读短文, 回答问题。(共10分,每小题2分)

Britain is more famous for pop music than it is for classical(古典的) or jazz music. Names such as The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, George Michael and The Spice Girls are known worldwide but little do people know of our other musicians who are not in the pop world.

Interesting facts

The British buy the most CDs per capita(人均) in the world — an average of 3.2 per person per year, compared to 2.8 in the US and 2.1 in France.

Music we listen to today

In Britain, most youths listen to punk, rock, pop and R&B. Two good places to find out what music is popular today especially among the young people in Britain are ―Top of the Pops‖ and ―Top 40 Hits Today‖.

Origins

The origins(源头) of music in Britain lie in the songs sung and dance music played by ordinary(普通的) people, and it passed from village to village and was handed down in the unwritten form from generation(一代) to generation.

Trends(趋势)

Over the last thirty years, British pop music has led the world in its range(范围) and quality, starting several new trends. Britain,

along with the US, did much more in the development of rock and roll, and Britain has provided some of the most famous bands, including The Beatles and many others.

65. Is Britain famous for pop music?

____________________________________________________________________________

66. Do people in America or in Britain buy the most CDs in the world per person?

____________________________________________________________________________

67. What kind of music do most British youths listen to today?

____________________________________________________________________________

68. How many names of music forms(形式) are mentioned in this passage?

____________________________________________________________________________

69. What does this passage talk about?

____________________________________________________________________________

书面表达(共25分)

九、完成句子。(共10分。每小题2分)

70. 这个桌子太重了我们搬不动。

This table is __________heavy for us __________ move.

71. 你介意打扫一下你的房间吗?—我马上就做。

Would you __________ __________ your room? —I’ll do it right away

72. —给你的同学买本词典怎么样?—好主意。

—__________ __________ buying a dictionary for your classmate?—That’s a good idea.

73. 请你不要在这抽烟,好吗?

Could you please ________ ________here?

74. 为什么不经常听英语歌呢?

Why __________ __________ to English songs more often ?

十、文段表达。(共15分)

暑假马上要到了,初二学生王华想过一个充实的假期。假如你是王华的好友李明,请从下面表格的活动中选择2至3项内容为王华的假期安排提出你的建议, 并说明理由。词数60词以上。

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北京市101中学2009-2010学年下学期初二年级期末考试英语试卷 听力

Dear Wang Hua,

Summer vacation is coming.______________________________________________________

____________________________________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________________________

Yours,

Li Ming

【试题答案】

一、1—4 BABA

二、5—6 BC 7—8 CA 9—10 CA

11—13 CAC 14—16 AA C

三、17.American 18. June 19. 8:00/ eight (o’clock) 20. give presents

四、21—25 CDCBD 26—30 DBBAD 31—35 AADCC

五、36—40 ACBAC 41—45 DBCDB 46—47 AA

六、48—51 ADCD 52—54 CDD 55—57 CDB 58—60 ADB

七、61—64 DCEB

八、65. Yes.

66. People in Britain.

67. Punk, rock, pop and R&B.

68. Six.

69. Music in Britain.

九、70. too / to 71. mind / cleaning

72. How / about (What / about)

73. not / smoke 74. not / listen

十、文段表达(略)

听力原稿

一、听对话,从下面各题所给的ABC三幅图片中选择与对话内容相符的图片。每段对话读两遍。

请听一段对话,完成第1小题。

W: Which season would you like best?

M: Summer.

请听一段对话,完成第2小题。

W: Let us go to the park this weekend!

M: That is a good idea.

请听一段对话,完成第3小题。

W: What’s your uncle’s job?

M: He is a policeman.

请听一段对话,完成第4小题。

W: Could you please lend me your pen?

M: Yes, of course.

二、听对话或独白,根据对话或独白的内容,从下面各题所给的ABC三个选项中选择最佳选项,每段对话或独白读两遍。

请听一段对话,完成第5、6小题。

W: Come and look at my bedroom. I’ve painted it a gain.

M: What color is it this time, Celia? Green?

W: No, I’ve changed it into blue.

M: Oh, well, it looks nicer than before. I remember it used to be yellow.

W: Yes, I don’t like red, either.

M: Really? But red is my favorite.

请听一段对话,完成第7、8小题。

W: Oh, you speak good English. How long have you been studying it?

M: Three years. I like English very much.

W: Do you think it’s difficult to learn?

M: I don’t think so, but sometimes I am not quite clear about grammar, though pronunciation and spelling are not prob lems.

W: Yes, I feel the same. But if you speak more and read more, you will find it isn’t so hard. By the way, there will be an En glish party in our school this evening. Do you want to join it?

M: Yes, I’d love to. When shall we meet? Six o’clock?

W: Six o’clock is too early. Shall we meet half an hour later?

M: OK. See you then.

请听一段对话,完成第9、10小题。

M: Hello, Jane. Have you ever been to the new sports center?

W: No, never, Bob. Where is it?

M: On Straight Road. Near Long Street, beside the station.

W: Oh. Is it good?

M: Yes. Last week I went there with my father and we played table tennis and volleyball.

W: What about swimming?

M: Not yet. They are going to build a swimming pool next year.

W: Is it expensive?

M: Not really. It’s 60 dollars a year if you are o ver 18, and 40 dollars if you are 15 to 18.

W: That’s good because I am 16 this year.

M: And on Friday and Saturday it stays open late till 10 o’clock.

W: Great. Shall we go there on Friday? We can stay late.

M: OK. Let’s meet after school.

请听一段对话,完成第11、13小题。

W: Have you seen Wang Lin these days?

M: No. He has gone to the place where his ancestors lived.

W: Has he been there before?

M: No. His family has been living in the city for 20 years.

W: Have you heard from him?

M: Yeah. I’ve just rece ived a letter from him.

W: What did he say?

M: He said great changes had taken place in his hometown.

W: Anything else?

M: He said he had a very good time there and would stay there for another week. He also wanted me to give his best wishes to you. W: It was very nice of him to say so.

请听一段独白,完成第14—16小题。

In 1955, Ray Kroc visited a small restaurant in California. The owner of it was the McDonald brothers. They built it by the road, so people could drive up to the restaurant, buy food without getting out of their cars and drive away easil y. They called it a ―drive-in‖ restaurant.

Ray Kroc saw the bright future of the restaurant of this kind. He bought the restaurant and used the brother’s family name fo r his new restaurant. The first McDonald’s restaurant was born. Now there are more than 5,000 restaurants in the United States and about 30,000 restaurants in another 120 countries in the world. The largest McDonald’s restaurant is in Beijing, China. It has 1,000 workers. About seven hundred people can sit and eat there at one time.

三、听独白,记录关键信息。独白读两遍

请根据所听到的独白内容和卡片上的提示词语,将所缺的关键信息写在下面卡片中的相应位置上。

Attention please, boys and girls.

About thirty American students will be visiting our school on June 13th. Please meet at the school gate at a quarter to eight in the morning, and g ive them a warm welcome, with flowers in your hands, when they get here at eight o’clock. We’ll have a get-together then in the school hall, and after that show them around our school. At half past eleven we’ll all have lunch in the school d ining hall, and then give each other presents. The American students will leave at about one o’clock in the afternoon.

That’s all. Thank you.

北京市101中学2009-2010学年下学期初二年级期末考试英语试卷 听力

北京市101中学2009-2010学年下学期初二年级期末考试英语试卷 听力