高一的英语期末练习题

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关于高一的英语期末练习题

  1. 单项选择

  1. The boss___40 dollars from my wages without any good reasons.

  A. brought down B. kept back C. cut off D. held up

  2. ______ the lights off, we could not go on with the work.

  A. Until B. As C. With D. Because

  3. With a great weight_______off her mind, she passed all the tests successfully.

  A. taking B. taken C. take D. to be taken

  4. You’d better give the task to ______you think can finish it ahead of time.

  A. whoever B. whomever C. anyone D. no matter who

  5. Although knocked by down by a car, he managed to ______ to his feet.

  A. stand B. rise C. run D. struggle

  6. We were lost in the forest; ______, it became dark and began raining.

  A. still worse B. worse still C. more worse D. worse more

  7. He says he really can’t ______ to wait another day.

  A. waste B. afford C. spend D. cost

  8. When we think of communication, we _____ think of using things, talking face to face, writing messages and so on.

  A. shortly B. probably C. practically D. normally

  9. Will you please spare me some ink? I have ______ it.

  A. run down of B. run out of C. run out from D. run off

  10. When I came in, I saw him ______ in a chair deep in thought.

  A. sat B. seated C. seating D. being seated

  11. A person’s ____ body temperature is about 37C.

  A. ordinary B. normal C. common D. usual

  12. – Do you think the Suns will beat Bulls?

  --Yes. They have better players, so I _____ them to win.

  A. hope B. prefer C. expect D. want

  13. As the strong winds blew down many tall trees, some of the streets in the city were _______.

  A. struck B. caught C. crowded D. blocked

  14. Scientists are afraid that some day an even bigger earthquake will _____ the area.

  A. strike B. beat C. knock D. push

  15. There have been several ______ drowning here this summer.

  A. death B. deaths from C. death of D. deaths of

  2. 完形填空

  Once an Arab was traveling in the desert. When the sun went down in the west, he stopped and 16 his tent then, made a fire and have a 17 meal. When night fell, he 18 down to sleep.

  He had 19 fallen asleep when he felt a soft 20 on his elbow(手肘). He woke up to find that his camel had put his head inside the tent. The camel said: “Would you please let me keep my head in the tent to get warm? It’s so cold outside. I won’t take up too much 21 .”

  The Arab was a 22 man, “all right, do as you 23 .” he said. Then he turned on his 24 and went back to sleep.

  It wasn’t long 25 he felt a push on his shoulder. It was the camel again. “Dear master,” the camel said, “my head is quite warm now, but my neck is still cold. Do you mind 26 I keep it inside the tent, too?”

  “ 27 .” the man said. But this time he felt a bit 28, as camel had such a long neck.

  No sooner had he shut his eyes 29 he got a harder push in his side. This time the camel said, “will you please allow me to bring my front legs inside and warm then a little?”

  The Arab 30 over to one side of the tent. He made 31 as small as he could. It wasn’t 32 comfortable, and sleep was now out of 33 .

  Soon after that the camel gave his a rough push and said, “The tent is too small for the two of us. 34 , my two hind legs are still left in the cold. It is only 35 that you should leave the tent wholly to me.” And with that, the camel kicked the poor man out.

  ( ) 16. A. built B. made C. put up D. set

  ( ) 17. A. simple B. rich C. excellent D. ordinary

  ( ) 38. A. laid B. lay C. lied D. went

  ( ) 19. A. seldom B. not C. almost D. hardly

  ( ) 20. A. touch B. beat C. kick D. bite

  ( ) 21. A. place B. tent C. room D. blanket

  ( ) 22. A. hard-hearted B. kind-hearted C. absent-mined D. careless

  ( ) 23. A. please B. willing C. are like D. want

  ( ) 24. A. light B. head C. arm D. side

  ( ) 25. A. after B. before C. since D. then

  ( ) 26. A. whether B. as C. that D. if

  ( ) 27. A. Yes, of course B. No, not at all C. Don’t. please D. No, you can.

  ( ) 28. A. crowded B. comfortable C. warmer D. narrower

  ( ) 29. A. than B. then C. when D. after

  ( ) 30. A. went B. walked C. climbed D. moved

  ( ) 31. A. the tent B. himself C. room D. ground

  ( ) 32. A. very B. much C. a bit D. a little

  ( ) 33. A. question B. the question C. quite possible D. possibility

  ( ) 34. A. Except B. Besides C. After all D. But

  ( ) 35. A. unfair B. wrong C. reasonable D. right

  3. 阅读理解

  A

  As prices and building costs keep rising, the “do-it-yourself” (DIY) trend (趋势) in the U.S. continues to grow.

  “We needed furniture(家具) for our living room.” Says John Ross, “and we just didn’t have enough money to buy it. So we decided to try making a few tables and chairs.” John got married six months ago, and like many young people these days, they are struggling to make a home at a time when the cost of living is very high. The Rosses took a 2-week course for $ 280 at a night school. Now they build all their furniture and make repairs around the house.

  Jim Hatfield has three boys and his wife died. He has a full-time job at home as well as in a shoe making factory. Last month, he received a car repair bill for $ 420. “I was deeply upset about it. Now I’ve finished a car repair course, I should be able to fix the car by myself.”

  John and Jim are not unusual people. Most families in the country are doing everything they can to save money so they can fight the high cost of living. If you want to become a “do-it-yourself”, you can go to DIY classes. And for those who don’t have time to take a course, there are books that tell you how you can do things yourself.

  ( ) 36. We can learn from the text that many newly married people _______.

  A. find it hard to pay for what they need

  B. have to learn to make their own furniture.

  C. take DIY courses run by the government.

  D. seldom go to a department store to buy things

  ( ) 37. John and his wife went to evening classes to learn how to _____

  A. run a DIY shop B. make or repair things

  C. save time and money D. improve the quality of life.

  ( ) 38 When the writer says Jim has a full-time job at home, he means Jim ____

  A. makes shoes in his home B. does extra work at night

  C. does his own car and home repairs D. keeps house and looks after his children

  ( ) 39. Jim Hatfield decided to become a “do-it-yourself” when ____

  A. his car repairs cost too much B. the car repair class was not helpful

  C. he could no possible do two job D. he had to raise the children all by himself

  ( ) 30. What would be the best title for the text?

  A. the Joy of DIY B. You Can Do It Too!

  C. Welcome to Our DIY Course! D. Ross and Hatfield: Believers in DIY

  B

  Senior citizens are permitted to travel cheaply on a bus if they have a special card. Women may get cards when they are sixty.

  Mrs. Matthews lives in the country but she went into town once a week to buy food and other things for the house, and she usually went by bus. She always had to pay the full price for her ride.

  Then she reached the age of sixty and got her senior citizen’s card, but when she used it for the first time on the bus, it made her feel very old.

  The bus driver had often seen her traveling on the bus before, and he notices that she was feeling unhappy, so after she had paid her money, he winked at her and whispered, “Don’t forget to give your mother’s card back to her when you see her again.”

  Mrs. Matthews was very happy when she heard this.

  ( ) 41. Senior citizens in the story refer to _____.

  A. those who have special cars

  B. old people who with special cards

  C. people who h hold high positions in the government

  D. those who want to travel cheaply

  ( ) 42. Women over sixty______

  A. don’t have to pay for taking buses

  B. pay less for their ride if they have a special card

  C. have to pay the full price for their ride

  D. have to pay their special card

  ( ) 43. Mrs. Matthews used to pay the full price for her ride because _______.

  A. she didn’t know the rule

  B. the card wasn’t hers

  C. she felt she was now an old woman

  D. she had reached sixty but had not got her senior citizen card

  ( ) 44. Mrs. Matthews felt unhappy on the bus because _______.

  A. she still had to pay for the tide. B. the card wasn’t hers

  C. she felt she was now an old woman D. the driver whispered to her

  ( ) 45. The driver whispered to her _______.

  A. in order to make her feel younger

  B. because he thought that she shouldn’t have borrowed her mother’s card

  C. because he wanted her to pay the full amount

  D. because he knew her mother was still alive.

  C

  Do you love holidays but hate the increase weight that follows? You are not alone.

  Holidays are happy days with pleasure and delicious foods. Many people, however, are worried about the weight that comes along with these delicious foods.

  With proper planning, though, it is possible to control your weight. The idea is to enjoy the holidays but not to eat too much. You don’t have to turn away from the food that you enjoy. The following suggestions may be of some help to you.

  Do no miss meals. Before you leave home for a feast, have a small, low-fat snack. This may help to keep you from getting too excited before delicious foods.

  Begin with clear soup and fruit or vegetables. A large glass of water before you eat may help you feel full. Use a small plate; a large plate will encourage you to have more then enough.

  Better not have high-fat food. Dishes that look oily or creamy have much fat in them.

  Choose lean meat. Fill your plate with salad and green vegetables.

  If you have a sweet tooth, try mints (薄荷) and fruits. They don’t have fat content as cream and chocolate.

  Don’t let exercise take a break during the holidays. A 20-minute walk after a meal can help burn off excess (过多的) calories.

  ( ) 46. Holidays are happy with pleasure but they may _____

  A. bring weight problems B. bring you much trouble in your life

  C. make you worried about your food D. make you hate delicious foods

  ( ) 47. In order to really enjoy your holidays without putting on weight, you’d better_____.

  A. drink much water and have vegetable only B. no eat much food in high fat

  C. no accept invitations to feats D. turn away from delicious foods.

  ( ) 48. According to the passage, ____ is a necessary part to stop you from putting on weight.

  A. vegetable B. water C. calories of energy D. physical exercise

  ( ) 49. Many people can’t help putting on weight after the holidays because they _____.

  A. can’t control themselves B. go to too many feasts

  C. enjoy delicious foods D. can’t help turning away from the foods

  ( ) 50. Excess calories can be found in your body in the form of ____.

  A. energy B. fat C. food D. something invisible (看不见的)

  4. 短文改错

  Susan is seventeen year old, and she is very busy. She never 51._________

  has enough time that she wants to do. Like many other girls 52_________

  about he age, she spends hours on the telephone talks to her 53.___________

  friends. She often goes out on the weekends, and she looks after 54___________

  children for other families to get some money. But, of course, 55.___________

  during the school years she herself has a lot homework to do. 56.___________

  During the football season, Susan is more busier the usual. She 57.___________

  and other pretty girls are cheer leaders. They jump up and down 58.____________

  together, cheering when the team has played well. When the team 59.____________

  is not playing so well, the girls try their best encourage the players. 60____________

  The cheers are usually not long, but it takes a long time to practise shouting together.

  5. 书面表达

  Ann是一位美国教师,在课堂上介绍感恩节的一天,高中一年级英语期末习题精选。请你根据下面的表将她的介绍写一篇词数在80左右的短文。

  Activities Time

  1. getting up 8:30am

  2. cooking 10:00-300pm

  3. watching football game on TV break

  4. family gathering around the table 3:00pm-4:00pm

  5. cleaning up 5:30pm-6:00pm

  6. going outside and playing games 8:00pm

  7. coming back to eat something 9:00pm

  8. our relatives leaving 10:00pm

  9. going to bed after 11:00pm

  答案:

  1-5 BCBBD 6-10 BBDBB 11-15 BCDAB 16-20 CABCA 21-25 CBADB 26-30 DBAAD 31-35 BCBBA 36-40 ABDAD 41-45 BBBCD 46-50 ABDAB

  短文改错

  51.( year → years ) 52 ( that → what ) 53. ( talks → talking )

  54( the 去掉 ) 55.( But → And ) 56. ( lot 后加上of )

  57. (more 去掉 或 more →much ) 58. ( others → other )

  59. ( √ ) 60 ( encourage 前加to )

  书面表达:

  My Thanksgiving Day activities are very different from my normal weekly activities. First of all, I am able to sleep later. I usually wake up around 8:30. Then I always go downstairs and help my mother and my sister cook. We often cook until 3:00 in the afternoon. Sometimes I take a break from the kitchen to watch the football game on TV. We seldom eat before 3:00. Between 3:00 and 4:00, the whole family gather around the table to eat. Afterwards is clean, we go outside and play games until about 8:00. Then we come back in to eat apple pie and pumpkin pie. Our relatives usually leave by 10:00. I never go to bed beforej11:30 on Thanksgiving Day.

  习题精选

  1. 单项选择

  1. The boss___40 dollars from my wages without any good reasons.

  A. brought down B. kept back C. cut off D. held up

  2. ______ the lights off, we could not go on with the work.

  A. Until B. As C. With D. Because

  3. With a great weight_______off her mind, she passed all the tests successfully.

  A. taking B. taken C. take D. to be taken

  4. You’d better give the task to ______you think can finish it ahead of time.

  A. whoever B. whomever C. anyone D. no matter who

  5. Although knocked by down by a car, he managed to ______ to his feet.

  A. stand B. rise C. run D. struggle

  6. We were lost in the forest; ______, it became dark and began raining.

  A. still worse B. worse still C. more worse D. worse more

  7. He says he really can’t ______ to wait another day.

  A. waste B. afford C. spend D. cost

  8. When we think of communication, we _____ think of using things, talking face to face, writing messages and so on.

  A. shortly B. probably C. practically D. normally

  9. Will you please spare me some ink? I have ______ it.

  A. run down of B. run out of C. run out from D. run off

  10. When I came in, I saw him ______ in a chair deep in thought.

  A. sat B. seated C. seating D. being seated

  11. A person’s ____ body temperature is about 37C.

  A. ordinary B. normal C. common D. usual

  12. – Do you think the Suns will beat Bulls?

  --Yes. They have better players, so I _____ them to win.

  A. hope B. prefer C. expect D. want

  13. As the strong winds blew down many tall trees, some of the streets in the city were _______.

  A. struck B. caught C. crowded D. blocked

  14. Scientists are afraid that some day an even bigger earthquake will _____ the area.

  A. strike B. beat C. knock D. push

  15. There have been several ______ drowning here this summer.

  A. death B. deaths from C. death of D. deaths of

  2. 完形填空

  Once an Arab was traveling in the desert. When the sun went down in the west, he stopped and 16 his tent then, made a fire and have a 17 meal. When night fell, he 18 down to sleep.

  He had 19 fallen asleep when he felt a soft 20 on his elbow(手肘). He woke up to find that his camel had put his head inside the tent. The camel said: “Would you please let me keep my head in the tent to get warm? It’s so cold outside. I won’t take up too much 21 .”

  The Arab was a 22 man, “all right, do as you 23 .” he said. Then he turned on his 24 and went back to sleep.

  It wasn’t long 25 he felt a push on his shoulder. It was the camel again. “Dear master,” the camel said, “my head is quite warm now, but my neck is still cold. Do you mind 26 I keep it inside the tent, too?”

  “ 27 .” the man said. But this time he felt a bit 28, as camel had such a long neck.

  No sooner had he shut his eyes 29 he got a harder push in his side. This time the camel said, “will you please allow me to bring my front legs inside and warm then a little?”

  The Arab 30 over to one side of the tent. He made 31 as small as he could. It wasn’t 32 comfortable, and sleep was now out of 33 .

  Soon after that the camel gave his a rough push and said, “The tent is too small for the two of us. 34 , my two hind legs are still left in the cold. It is only 35 that you should leave the tent wholly to me.” And with that, the camel kicked the poor man out.

  ( ) 16. A. built B. made C. put up D. set

  ( ) 17. A. simple B. rich C. excellent D. ordinary

  ( ) 38. A. laid B. lay C. lied D. went

  ( ) 19. A. seldom B. not C. almost D. hardly

  ( ) 20. A. touch B. beat C. kick D. bite

  ( ) 21. A. place B. tent C. room D. blanket

  ( ) 22. A. hard-hearted B. kind-hearted C. absent-mined D. careless

  ( ) 23. A. please B. willing C. are like D. want

  ( ) 24. A. light B. head C. arm D. side

  ( ) 25. A. after B. before C. since D. then

  ( ) 26. A. whether B. as C. that D. if

  ( ) 27. A. Yes, of course B. No, not at all C. Don’t. please D. No, you can.

  ( ) 28. A. crowded B. comfortable C. warmer D. narrower

  ( ) 29. A. than B. then C. when D. after

  ( ) 30. A. went B. walked C. climbed D. moved

  ( ) 31. A. the tent B. himself C. room D. ground

  ( ) 32. A. very B. much C. a bit D. a little

  ( ) 33. A. question B. the question C. quite possible D. possibility

  ( ) 34. A. Except B. Besides C. After all D. But

  ( ) 35. A. unfair B. wrong C. reasonable D. right

  3. 阅读理解

  A

  As prices and building costs keep rising, the “do-it-yourself” (DIY) trend (趋势) in the U.S. continues to grow.

  “We needed furniture(家具) for our living room.” Says John Ross, “and we just didn’t have enough money to buy it. So we decided to try making a few tables and chairs.” John got married six months ago, and like many young people these days, they are struggling to make a home at a time when the cost of living is very high. The Rosses took a 2-week course for $ 280 at a night school. Now they build all their furniture and make repairs around the house.

  Jim Hatfield has three boys and his wife died. He has a full-time job at home as well as in a shoe making factory. Last month, he received a car repair bill for $ 420. “I was deeply upset about it. Now I’ve finished a car repair course, I should be able to fix the car by myself.”

  John and Jim are not unusual people. Most families in the country are doing everything they can to save money so they can fight the high cost of living. If you want to become a “do-it-yourself”, you can go to DIY classes. And for those who don’t have time to take a course, there are books that tell you how you can do things yourself.

  ( ) 36. We can learn from the text that many newly married people _______.

  A. find it hard to pay for what they need

  B. have to learn to make their own furniture.

  C. take DIY courses run by the government.

  D. seldom go to a department store to buy things

  ( ) 37. John and his wife went to evening classes to learn how to _____

  A. run a DIY shop B. make or repair things

  C. save time and money D. improve the quality of life.

  ( ) 38 When the writer says Jim has a full-time job at home, he means Jim ____

  A. makes shoes in his home B. does extra work at night

  C. does his own car and home repairs D. keeps house and looks after his children

  ( ) 39. Jim Hatfield decided to become a “do-it-yourself” when ____

  A. his car repairs cost too much B. the car repair class was not helpful

  C. he could no possible do two job D. he had to raise the children all by himself

  ( ) 30. What would be the best title for the text?

  A. the Joy of DIY B. You Can Do It Too!

  C. Welcome to Our DIY Course! D. Ross and Hatfield: Believers in DIY

  B

  Senior citizens are permitted to travel cheaply on a bus if they have a special card. Women may get cards when they are sixty.

  Mrs. Matthews lives in the country but she went into town once a week to buy food and other things for the house, and she usually went by bus. She always had to pay the full price for her ride.

  Then she reached the age of sixty and got her senior citizen’s card, but when she used it for the first time on the bus, it made her feel very old.

  The bus driver had often seen her traveling on the bus before, and he notices that she was feeling unhappy, so after she had paid her money, he winked at her and whispered, “Don’t forget to give your mother’s card back to her when you see her again.”

  Mrs. Matthews was very happy when she heard this.

  ( ) 41. Senior citizens in the story refer to _____.

  A. those who have special cars

  B. old people who with special cards

  C. people who h hold high positions in the government

  D. those who want to travel cheaply

  ( ) 42. Women over sixty______

  A. don’t have to pay for taking buses

  B. pay less for their ride if they have a special card

  C. have to pay the full price for their ride

  D. have to pay their special card

  ( ) 43. Mrs. Matthews used to pay the full price for her ride because _______.

  A. she didn’t know the rule

  B. the card wasn’t hers

  C. she felt she was now an old woman

  D. she had reached sixty but had not got her senior citizen card

  ( ) 44. Mrs. Matthews felt unhappy on the bus because _______.

  A. she still had to pay for the tide. B. the card wasn’t hers

  C. she felt she was now an old woman D. the driver whispered to her

  ( ) 45. The driver whispered to her _______.

  A. in order to make her feel younger

  B. because he thought that she shouldn’t have borrowed her mother’s card

  C. because he wanted her to pay the full amount

  D. because he knew her mother was still alive.

  C

  Do you love holidays but hate the increase weight that follows? You are not alone.

  Holidays are happy days with pleasure and delicious foods. Many people, however, are worried about the weight that comes along with these delicious foods.

  With proper planning, though, it is possible to control your weight. The idea is to enjoy the holidays but not to eat too much. You don’t have to turn away from the food that you enjoy. The following suggestions may be of some help to you.

  Do no miss meals. Before you leave home for a feast, have a small, low-fat snack. This may help to keep you from getting too excited before delicious foods.

  Begin with clear soup and fruit or vegetables. A large glass of water before you eat may help you feel full. Use a small plate; a large plate will encourage you to have more then enough.

  Better not have high-fat food. Dishes that look oily or creamy have much fat in them.

  Choose lean meat. Fill your plate with salad and green vegetables.

  If you have a sweet tooth, try mints (薄荷) and fruits. They don’t have fat content as cream and chocolate.

  Don’t let exercise take a break during the holidays. A 20-minute walk after a meal can help burn off excess (过多的) calories.

  ( ) 46. Holidays are happy with pleasure but they may _____

  A. bring weight problems B. bring you much trouble in your life

  C. make you worried about your food D. make you hate delicious foods

  ( ) 47. In order to really enjoy your holidays without putting on weight, you’d better_____.

  A. drink much water and have vegetable only B. no eat much food in high fat

  C. no accept invitations to feats D. turn away from delicious foods.

  ( ) 48. According to the passage, ____ is a necessary part to stop you from putting on weight.

  A. vegetable B. water C. calories of energy D. physical exercise

  ( ) 49. Many people can’t help putting on weight after the holidays because they _____.

  A. can’t control themselves B. go to too many feasts

  C. enjoy delicious foods D. can’t help turning away from the foods

  ( ) 50. Excess calories can be found in your body in the form of ____.

  A. energy B. fat C. food D. something invisible (看不见的)

  4. 短文改错

  Susan is seventeen year old, and she is very busy. She never 51._________

  has enough time that she wants to do. Like many other girls 52_________

  about he age, she spends hours on the telephone talks to her 53.___________

  friends. She often goes out on the weekends, and she looks after 54___________

  children for other families to get some money. But, of course, 55.___________

  during the school years she herself has a lot homework to do. 56.___________

  During the football season, Susan is more busier the usual. She 57.___________

  and other pretty girls are cheer leaders. They jump up and down 58.____________

  together, cheering when the team has played well. When the team 59.____________

  is not playing so well, the girls try their best encourage the players. 60____________

  The cheers are usually not long, but it takes a long time to practise shouting together.

  5. 书面表达

  Ann是一位美国教师,在课堂上介绍感恩节的'一天,英语试题《高中一年级英语期末习题精选》。请你根据下面的表将她的介绍写一篇词数在80左右的短文。

  Activities Time

  1. getting up 8:30am

  2. cooking 10:00-300pm

  3. watching football game on TV break

  4. family gathering around the table 3:00pm-4:00pm

  5. cleaning up 5:30pm-6:00pm

  6. going outside and playing games 8:00pm

  7. coming back to eat something 9:00pm

  8. our relatives leaving 10:00pm

  9. going to bed after 11:00pm

  答案:

  1-5 BCBBD 6-10 BBDBB 11-15 BCDAB 16-20 CABCA 21-25 CBADB 26-30 DBAAD 31-35 BCBBA 36-40 ABDAD 41-45 BBBCD 46-50 ABDAB

  短文改错

  51.( year → years ) 52 ( that → what ) 53. ( talks → talking )

  54( the 去掉 ) 55.( But → And ) 56. ( lot 后加上of )

  57. (more 去掉 或 more →much ) 58. ( others → other )

  59. ( √ ) 60 ( encourage 前加to )

  书面表达:

  My Thanksgiving Day activities are very different from my normal weekly activities. First of all, I am able to sleep later. I usually wake up around 8:30. Then I always go downstairs and help my mother and my sister cook. We often cook until 3:00 in the afternoon. Sometimes I take a break from the kitchen to watch the football game on TV. We seldom eat before 3:00. Between 3:00 and 4:00, the whole family gather around the table to eat. Afterwards is clean, we go outside and play games until about 8:00. Then we come back in to eat apple pie and pumpkin pie. Our relatives usually leave by 10:00. I never go to bed beforej11:30 on Thanksgiving Day.

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