[ID:4-6754639] 湖南省邵阳市武冈市第一中学2019-2020学年上学期期末质量检测九年级英语试 ...
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英语试卷 满分:100分 注意事项: 1.答题前填写好自己的姓名、班级、考号等信息 2.请将答案正确填写在答题卡上 一、完形填空(40marks) When Mrs Green asked us to discover our professions(职业), the whole class seemed to be greatly surprised. Our professions? We were only 13 and 14 years old! The teacher must be 1 .“Yes, you will all be searching for your future 2 .Each of you will have to 3 someone in your field and give an oral report.” Each day in her class, Mrs Green talked about this. Finally, I picked print journalism(新闻业). This 4 I had to go to interview a true newspaper reporter. I was nervous. I sat down in front of him 5 able to speak. He looked at me and said, “Did you bring a pencil or pen?” I shook my head. “How about some 6 ?” I shook my head again. Finally, I thought he 7 I was nervous, and I got my first big tip(建议) as a 8 :“Never, never go anywhere without a pen and paper.You never know what you’ll run into.” After a few days, I gave my oral report totally from 9 in class. I got an A on the project. Years later, I was in college looking around for a new career(职业), but with no success.Then I 10 Mrs Green and my dream at 13 to be a journalist. And I called my parents. They didn’t 11 me. They just reminded me how competitive the field was and 12 all my life I had to run away from competition. This was true. But journalism did something to me; it was in my 13 . It gave me the freedom to go up to total strangers and ask what was 14 . For the past 12 years, I’ve had the most satisfying reporting career, 15 stories from Olympic Games to car accidents and 16 choosing my strongest area. 17 I went to pick up my phone one day, an incredible(令人难以置信的)wave of memories hit me and I realized that 18 Mrs Green I was able to be sitting at that desk. I get 19 all the time:“How did you pick journalism?” “Well, you see, there was a teacher…”I just wish I could 20 her. 1.A.embarrassing B.mad C.patient D.strange 2.A.universities B.families C.professions D.lives 3.A.interview B.describe C.admire D.face 4.A.considered B.ordered C.expected D.meant 5.A.hardly B.nearly C.naturally D.completely 6.A.preparations B.newspapers C.drink D.paper 7.A.realized B.imagined C.impressed D.admitted 8.A.student B.journalist C.teacher D.writer 9.A.notes B.books C.imagination D.memory 10.A.called B.remembered C.recognized D.visited 11.A.answer B.laugh C.stop D.promise 12.A.how B.whether C.when D.where 13.A.life B.body C.blood D.opinion 14.A.coming in B.coming out C.going up D.going on 15.A.creating B.finding C.covering D.writing 16.A.finally B.firstly C.of course D.in all 17.A.While B.When C.As long as D.Once 18.A.refer to B.thanks to C.up to D.thanks for 19.A.hurt B.examined C.tested D.asked 20.A.respect B.support C.thank D.favor 二 阅读理解(30marks) A My brother Stanley died last January from cancer(癌症),and I spent a lot of time with him in hospital over his last few months. I witnessed(见证) the care he received and,at the time,I thought it was poor. It shocked and hurt me. While Stanley was sick,I was a medical student. I therefore put a lot of time and energy in the medical profession. It gave me an insider's view of the care Stanley received,when most people spending time with a very sick loved one only have an outside view. However,as I see now it made me judge the care that his doctors and nurses gave him too harshly(严厉的). We experienced long waits in emergency departments(急症室),and doctors were unsure of the details of Stanley's case. We waited around for doctors to arrive,but they seldom turned up. But worst of all was Stanley's senior doctor. Near the end,he announced coldly that there was nothing left to try. “All the choices have been used,"he said. And with that,he left,never to be seen again. All this affected the way I thought about my studies. Did I want to work in a field where people treated patients as if they were numbers on a chart?After Stanley died,I finished my studies and graduated with all the rest of students in my year. They went on to get jobs in hospitals,while I took a year out. I simply couldn't face working in medicine. Finally,I applied for (申请)and got a position as a cancer doctor in a busy clinic in a big city. Now I was a cancer doctor myself,and I often had to tell patients bad news. It is a terribly difficult thing to tell someone that they have a serious illness. I also found that I couldn't always answer patients' questions. They would want to know whether they could be cured,or how long they would live,but it wasn't always possible to say. It was then that I understood what difficult job health providers do. It made me think back to my experiences with doctors and nurses when Stanley was sick. Perhaps what I had thought was unprofessional (不专业) or coldness was just a reflection of the demanding nature of the work. I began to see my patients as Stanley,and myself no longer as his sister,but one of his caregivers. Now I was in their shoes-the people who spend every day caring for others. I still miss Stanley horribly,but at least now the anger has gone. 21.Why did the author feel upset in hospital? A.Because it was too late to cure her brother. B.Because the treatment was too painful for the author to stand. C.Because she couldn't help the doctors with her medical knowledge. D.Because the care given to her brother was far below her expectations. 22.The underlined word "it” in Paragraph 2 refers to _______. A.the insider's view of the care B.the care her brother received C.the author's medical profession D.the author's long stay in hospital 23.The author changed her opinion after she_______. A.suffered a serious illness B.met Stanley's doctors again C.communicated with her classmates D.experienced caring for cancer patients directly 24.What did the author do after he brother died? A.She put in efforts o save patients. B.She gave up her study in medicine. C.She applied for a job in a big city immediately. D.She took a year out and then got a job in a clinic. 25.The author wrote this passage in order to______. A.give advice on how to be a professional doctor B.explain how her attitude to being a caregiver changed. C.tell the young people the importance of being a doctor. D.share how she became a doctor after her brother's death B Food sometimes gets poisoned(有毒的) with harmful things. A person who eats such food can get an illness called food poisoning. Food poisoning is usually not serious, but some types are deadly. The symptoms of food poisoning usually begin within hours of eating the poisoned food. Fever is one of the most common symptoms. Certain microorganisms(微生物)cause most types of food poisoning. Bacteria and other microorganisms can poison eggs, meat, vegetables, and many other foods. After entering the body, these tiny living things release(释放)poisons that make people sick. Some chemicals(化学物质)) can also cause food poisoning. They are often added to food while it is being grown, processed, or prepared. For example, many farmers spray chemicals on crops to kill weeds and insects. Some people may have a bad reaction(反应) to those chemicals when they eat the crops. Some plants and animals contain natural poisons that are harmful to people. These include certain kinds of seafood, grains, nuts, seeds, beans, and mushrooms. When people handle food properly, the risk of food poisoning is very small. Microorganisms multiply(繁殖) rapidly in dirty places and in warm temperatures. This means that people should never touch food with dirty hands or put food on unwashed surfaces. Food should be kept in a refrigerator to stop microorganisms from growing. Meat needs to be cooked thoroughly to kill any dangerous microorganisms. People should also wash food covered with chemicals before eating it. Finally, people should not eat wild mushrooms or other foods that grow in the wild. Some of these foods may contain natural materials that are poisonous to humans. In addition, some types of fish can be poisonous. Most people recover(恢复) from food poisoning after a few days of resting and drinking extra water. If people eat natural poisons, they must go to the hospital right away to have their stomachs emptied. 26.Which of the following statements is NOT true? A.Food when poisoned can make people sick. B.Food poisoning means death. C.Food poisoning comes in varieties. D.Food poisoning can be serious. 27.We know from the passage that the symptoms of food poisoning__________. A.are always accompanied by a fever B.are too common to be noticed C.can be noticed within hours D.can he ignored 28.Food poisoning can be caused by all the following EXCEPT__________ A.some chemicals B.low temperatures C.some tiny living things D.certain natural materials 29.From Paragraph 5,we can learn that__________ A.mushrooms should not be eaten B.vegetables are safer than meat and seafood C.natural poisons are more dangerous than chemicals D.different types of food should be handled differently 30.It can be inferred from the passage that__________ A.natural materials are safe in food processing B.chemicals are needed in food processing C.food poisoning can be kept under control D.food poisoning is out of control C 匹配 阅读下篇材料,从所给的A-F 六个选项中,选出正确的选项填空。 其中有一项多余 China has announced new rules for grandmothers who dance in public. The government hopes the move will end an unusual conflict(冲突) Spots officials in Beijing say they have established 12 new choreographed (精心设计的) routines(一套动作) to help grandmothers learn how to dance the right way. 31__________ It is common in many Chinese cities for large groups of older women to go to a local park after dinner for organized dancing to loud music. 32_______ Because the loud noise has a bad effect on their normal life. So the government has decided to intervene (干预). It sets new rules about dancing times and the volume(声音) which music can be played 33________ One person online said, “People have a right to dance. Why are they regulating dancing?” 34________“I felt like this is good. Experts have more knowledge about the proper fitness method. And it will have the opposite effect if they did not exercise in a right way,”wrote another person online Many of the grandmothers seemed to like the new dance rules. One old woman on a Beijing dance team said that it is a"good thing if there is a standard choreographed dance”. She added that she would try almost all the dances that are"suitable" for her age But she was not happy that her group would need to buy instructions (说明书) for the new routines.35____________ A. A group of experts developed the dances B. However, others agreed with the new rules C. The new rules have caused mixed reactions D. Some Chinese women even introduce dances to the USA. E. But many park neighbors are not happy with the noise F. She called upon the government to make the new dance moves freely available to the public. 三、短文改错(10 marks) 下列作文中共有10处语言错误,每句中最多有两处。每处错误仅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,并在该词上面写出修改后的词。 注意: 每处错误及其修改均仅限一词; I love English so much. It is my favorite subject, because master a foreign language helps me to know more about the world. I always dreamed of traveling around the world some day, so the first job is to learn English well. Since my teacher told me that there was an English corner in the biggest square, I felt so exciting to go there. I found there was some foreigners and I felt nervous. At first, I just listened to them. Though I wanted to talk to them, but I was shy and afraid making stupid mistakes. One day, a foreigner talked to me, and she said she had seen me many times and led me to talk to her. Her heart was beating fast, but I started to say out some English word. After a while, we talked natural. I made a big progress and felt proud of myself. 四. 写作(20marks)) 为了进一步增强中学生的安全意识,提高自我保护能力,学校将开展以“安全”为主题的英语演讲比赛。请你根据以下要点提示和要求写一篇演讲稿。 慎重交友 make friends ... 遇险报警 be in danger ... 安全饮食 food safety ... ... ... 注意:1.内容必须包括所给的全部要点,可适当发挥; 2.表达清楚,语句通顺,意思连贯,书写规范; 3.文中不得出现与你身份相关的信息; 4.词数:80~100。 How to Keep Safe __________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 英语参考答案 一完形填空 1-5 BCADA 6-10 DABDB 11-15 CACDC 16-20 ABBDC 二. 阅读理解 21-25 DADDB 26-30 BCBDC 31-35 AECBF 三.短文改错 mastering I love English so much. It is my favorite subject, because master a foreign language dream helps me to know more about the world. I always dreamed of traveling around the world someday, so the first job is to learn English well. Since my teacher told me excited that there was an corner in the biggest square, I felt so exciting to go there. I were found there was some foreigners and I felt nervous. At first, I just listened to them. of Though I was eager to talk to them, but I was shy and afraid ? making stupid mistakes. One day, a foreigner talked to me, and she said she had seen me many My times and led me to talk to her. Her heart was beating fast, but I started to say out words naturally some English word. After a while, we talked natural. I made a big progress and felt proud of myself. 四.写作 How to keep safe As teenagers, we should always keep safety in mind. But how can we keep safe? Here are some of my suggestions. First, we should be careful when we make friends. Especially on line. Second, if we are in danger, we must keep calm and call the police for help in time so that we can keep ourselves safe. Third, we’d better buy and eat food carefully. If the food is in bags, we should read instructions and dates before eating it. Eating food that goes bad will be harmful to our health. Besides, Don’t cross the road when the traffic lights are red. And it’s necessary to keep to the right. In a word, safety must come first !
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