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短文 | 较易(0.85) | 2022·浙江·效实中学高二期中
1 . 听下面一段独白,回答以下小题。
【小题1】Who is the event held in honor of?
A.A saint.B.A farmer.C.A Roman official.
【小题2】How did the event become famous?
A.It was shown on TV.
B.It was mentioned in a book.
C.It was reported by a newspaper.
【小题3】What happens right before the gates open?
A.Visitors take part in prayers.
B.People dress in costumes.
C.A rocket is set off.
【小题4】Why are many people angry during the event?
A.There are no winners.
B.The bulls may get hurt.
C.The riders are being thrown off.
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2 . 听下面一段独白,回答以下小题。
【小题1】 How many natural Christmas trees did Americans buy in 2016?
A.Less than 35 million trees.B.More than 10 million trees.
C.More than 24 million trees.D.Less than 24 million trees.
【小题2】 What happens to most real Christmas trees after the Christmas season?
A.They are grown once again.B.They are delivered to a tree farm.
C.They are safely stored away.D.They are thrown away.
【小题3】 What happens to most artificial Christmas trees after the Christmas season?
A.They are moved to a landfill.B.They are reused next year.
C.They are cut into pieces.D.They are exchanged for real trees.
根据课文内容填空 | 较易(0.85) | 2022·浙江·丽水市教育教学研究院高一期末
3 . 课本原文填空

Customs play a significant role in festivals, but sometimes they can change 【小题1】 time. With the development of modern society and the spread of new ideas, some traditions may 【小题2】 away and others may be established. One example is the 【小题3】 Chinese Spring Festival custom of lighting firecrackers to drive away the evil 【小题4】 and celebrate the new year. 【小题5】, many big cities have given up this custom in order to 【小题6】 air pollution. Another example is Halloween, which slowly became an exciting festival for children, in spite of its 【小题7】 origins.

Festivals are becoming more and more commercial, with business 【小题8】 advantage of the celebrations. Online shopping websites and 【小题9】 media apps have made it much easier for the public to spend more on gifts for their 【小题10】 ones. Although some believe festivals should not be commercialized, others believe the increase in spending is good for the economy and public happiness.

阅读理解 | 一般(0.65) | 2022·全国·高三

4 . I’m May. high school seniors all around the U. S. scramble (争抢) to get ready for prom. Prom. short for promenade, is a formal dance held by a high school before graduation. It’s an important aspect of American school culture because it’s the last high-school dance seniors will ever attend.

Prom entails (牵涉) countless traditions. First a guy must ask a girl to go to prom with him. Most guys choose to do special prom proposals in hopes of winning the girl’s heart with their creativity. Then he will rent a tuxedo (燕尾服), and the girl will often get their hair, nails and makeup done professionally. That night couples will take pictures, and then they will often take a limousine (豪华轿车) to dinner and to the dance. Several reports state that parents can spend upward of $ 2,000 to give their kids the perfect prom experience.

The history of prom can be traced back to the last half of the 1800s. At that time, American universities and colleges organized dances each year for their graduating students. The purpose was not only to entertain the students but also to prepare them for the wider world by teaching them proper manners for men and women.

Later, high schools took over the prom tradition. In the 1950s, high schools began moving the dance from their gyms to beautiful hotels or country clubs to make the event even more special. Perhaps the most amazing prom took place in 1975, when Susan Ford, the daughter of the country’s president, received permission to hold her high school’s prom at the White House. So far, no other prom has managed to top that.

【小题1】According to this article, what do the participants in prom mainly pay attention to?
A.Their appearance.B.Their possessions.C.Their transportation.D.Their supervisors.
【小题2】What were people supposed to learn from prom at one time?
A.What marketing plan to use.B.How to behave around others.
C.Which food was best to eat.D.When to earn a great degree.
【小题3】According to this article, where was a special event held more than four decades ago?
A.In an official residence.B.In an international court.
C.In a motion picture studio.D.In a modern gallery.
用单词的适当形式完成短文 | 较易(0.85) | 2022·北京市八一中学高二阶段练习
5 . 阅读下列短文,根据短文内容填空。在未给提示词的空白处仅填写 1 个适当的单词,在给出提示词的空白处用括号内所给词的正确形式填空。

When travelling abroad, we are expected to respect the social customs of the places we visit.

In conservative countries, for example, wearing appropriate clothes is 【小题1】 way of showing we are 【小题2】 (respect) and open-minded. Even if we are behind the walls of a hotel the entire time, the staff are locals, and should 【小题3】 (treat) accordingly. Remember we are guests in 【小题4】 (they) home, and while we 【小题5】 (visit) foreign lands many times with this in mind, we still fall short occasionally.

用单词的适当形式完成短文 | 一般(0.65) | 2022·全国·高二
6 . 阅读下列短文,在空白处填入一个适当的单词或括号内单词的正确形式。

Many people have the hobby of collecting things, e.g. stamps, postcards or antiques. In the 18th and 19th centuries, 【小题1】 (wealth) people travelled and collected plants, historical objects and works of art. They kept their collection at home until it got too big 【小题2】 until they died, and then it was given to a museum. The 80,000 objects collected by Sir Hans Sloane, for example, 【小题3】 (form) the core collection of the British Museum 【小题4】opened in 1759.

The parts of a museum open to the public 【小题5】(call) galleries or rooms. Often, only a small part of a museum’s collection 【小题6】 (be) on display. Most of it is stored away or used for research.

Many museums are lively places and they attract a lot of visitors. As well as looking at exhibits, visitors can play with computer simulations (模拟) and imagine 【小题7】 (they) living at a different time in history or 【小题8】 (walk) through a rainforest. At the Jorvik Centre in York, the city’s Viking settlement is recreated, and people experience the sights, sounds and smells of the old town. Historical accuracy is important but 【小题9】 is entertainment. Museums must compete 【小题10】people’s spare time and money with other museums. Most museums also welcome school groups and arrange special activities for children.

用单词的适当形式完成短文 | 一般(0.65) | 2022·四川·成都外国语学校高二阶段练习
7 . 阅读下面短文,在空白处填入1个适当的单词或括号内单词的正确形式。

Summer Palace, which 【小题1】   (literal) means “the garden of perfect brightness”, was an estate of gardens, temples, palaces and towers in the northwest of Beijing. However, it was broken into by the Anglo-French in 1860, 【小题2】 numerous national treasures, including the 12 animal head statues, were taken away.

In September2007, Stanley Ho in Macao purchased 【小题3】 horse-head statue at a price of HK $69.1 million ($8.9 million). It was donated back to the country in November 2019.

On Dec1, 2020, the horse-head bronze statue returned to 【小题4】 (it) original home, making it the first animal-head statue to have come back to Yuanmingyuan. There is good news 【小题5】 the statue will be regularly displayed in the Zhengjue Temple area in Yuanmingyuan.

“The horse’s head holds the memories of history and our nation’s 【小题6】 (share) emotion,” Pansy Ho Chiu-king, Stanley Ho’s daughter, said at the handover ceremony. The return of the statue sets an example 【小题7】 the international community to bring more lost relics back to their 【小题8】 (origin).

So far seven of the 12 statues, including the horse’s head, 【小题9】 (come) back to China, and now the rest six are housed in the National Museum of China and Poly Art Museum. The search is on for the 【小题10】 (remain)five: a dog, a rooster, a dragon, a sheep and a snake.

其他应用文 | 较易(0.85) | 2022·河北邯郸·高二阶段练习
8 . 在中国, 同一个节日在不同的地方有不同的风俗。请你给《当代中学生报》的英语编辑写一封邮件, 谈谈你的家乡的一个传统节日, 内容包括:
1. 你的家乡关于该节日的风俗;
2. 你对这些风俗的看法。
1. 写作词数应为80左右;
2. 请按如下格式在答题卡的相应位置作答。
Dear editor,

Your sincerely,

Li Hua

其他应用文 | 一般(0.65) | 2022·吉林·长春外国语学校高一期中
9 . 假如你是李华,你的英国朋友David今年将来你家庆祝端午节,向你来信希望提前了解庆祝形式及活动,请根据以下要点,给他写回信:
1. 端午节的时间及意义;
2. 庆祝计划;
3. 期待他的到来;
注意: 1. 词数100左右;
2. 可适当增加细节,以使行文连贯。
Dear David,


Li Hua

阅读理解 | 一般(0.65) | 2022·吉林·长春外国语学校高二期中

10 . Discoveries at the famous Sanxingdui ruins in Southwest China show that the region’s ancient Shu Kingdom Civilization shared similarities with the Maya.

The Sanxingdui ruins belonged to the Shu Kingdom that existed at least 4,800 years ago and lasted more than 2,000 years, while the Mayan civilization built its city-states around 200 AD.

The bronze-made remains of trees unearthed at the ruins of the Shu Kingdom resemble the sacred ceiba tree, which symbolized the union of heaven, earth and the underworld in the Mayan civilization. “They are very important similarities,” says Santos, a Mexican archaeologist (考古学家) stressing that “the representations of trees in both cultures provide a symbolism that is very similar”.

The findings at the Sanxingdui ruins, considered one of the greatest archaeological discoveries of the 20th century, also show a new aspect of Bronze Age culture, indicating the ancient civilization already had technologies that were thought to have been developed much later.

While the time span between the Shu kingdom and the Mayan culture is great, the findings highlight the closeness between the two civilizations. They developed in areas with comparable climates and reflected their worldview through related symbols. “In the end, man is still man, independent of time and space. What we have is that, at this latitude (纬度), both the Shu people and the Mayans looked at the same sky and had the same stars on the horizon,” the expert says.

One notable feature of the recent discoveries at Sanxingdui was the cross-subject work and technology applied by teams of Chinese archaeologists, which allowed the unearthing of artifacts as fragile as silk remains, which other types of less careful digging methods would not have been able to register.

Cooperation between Chinese and Mexican archaeologists could benefit projects in the Mayan world, where the rainy climate and humidity are problematic for the conservation of ruins.

“Every time our cultural knowledge increases, regardless of whether we speak one language or another, what it shows us is that we continue to be sister cultures and, therefore, the exchange of such knowledge is fundamental,” says Santos.

【小题1】What is a similarity between the Shu Kingdom and Maya civilization?
A.Their starting time.B.Their historical origins.
C.Their cultural symbols.D.Their ceremony traditions.
【小题2】The findings at the Sanxingdui ruins have proved that ________.
A.silk was a common clothing material then
B.some technologies were developed much earlier
C.the Bronze Age started earlier than previously assumed
D.the Shu Kingdom and the Mayan world had close contact
【小题3】What is a common challenge for the conservation of both ruins?
A.Damp weather.B.Positioning of ruins.
C.High latitude.D.Language barriers.
【小题4】What is the focus of Santos quote in the last paragraph?
A.Our cultural knowledge is increasing.
B.The benefits of speaking a different language.
C.The increasing sisterhood in culture between China and Mexico.
D.The importance of the exchange of cultural knowledge.