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重庆八中 20192020 学年度(下)2020 级第一次月考 第 1 页 共 9 页 重庆八中 20192020 学年度(下)初 2020 级第一次月考 Ⅰ. 单项选择。(每小题单项选择。(每小题 1 分,共分,共 20 分)分) 英语试题 第 I 卷(共 75 分) 从 A、 B、 C、 D 四个选项中选出可以填入空白处的最佳答案, 并把答题卡上对应题目的答案标号涂黑。 1. I believe he is honest boy. Please give him second chance. A. an; the B. the; the C. an; a D. a; the 2. --- More and more foreigners come to visit Chongqing. --- I am glad to say that’s true. It’s the of us Chongqingers. A. pride B. prize C. praise D. problem 3. --- Did John get the first place in the math exam --- Yes, no one did so as him. A. good B. well C. better D. best 4. of my parents enjoyed the movie, because they were tired last night. They nearly fell asleep A. None; both B. Neither; all C. Neither; both D. None; all 5. --- I heard that the number of the patients is than that one month ago. --- It’s good news. We have expected to hear this for a long time. A. fewer; such a B. smaller; such C. smaller; such a D. fewer; such 6. ---Will you watch the program Running Man tonight --- Yes, of course. It one of the most popular shows since last October. A. was B. became C. has been D. had become 7.---Who is the girl singing in the music room Is it Mary --- No, it be her. She is now on business in Shanghai. A. must B. can’t C. can D. mustn’t 8.This pair of shoes Mom, and it very comfortable. A. was made with; is felt B. were made from; is felt C. were made by; feels D. was made by; feels 9. --- Who teaches English --- Ms. Lin . A. your; does B. you; is C. your; is D. you; does 10. --- does it take you to go to school every day --- Ten minutes. A. How long B. How far C. How much D. How soon 11. There were three books on my desk just now. One is here, and how about A. other B. another C. the other D. the others 12. I can’t afford such an expensive apartment, because the price is so . A. expensive B. cheap C. high D. much 13. Because of the novel corona virus, we can only study at home. So “Dingding ” is now so popular us students and teachers. A. in B. among C. to D. between 14. --- Thank you for doing so much for us, my dear teacher --- . A. That’s right. B. It doesn’t matter. C. My pleasure. D. With pleasure. 15. A lot of doctors and soldiers offered to the front line to help the people in need. A. to going B. going C. went D. to go 16. --- I the book from the library yesterday, but I can’t finish it today. 机密机密 2020 年年 月月 日前日前 重庆八中 20192020 学年度(下)2020 级第一次月考 第 2 页 共 9 页 --- Don’t worry. You can it for a week. A. lent; have B. borrowed; keep C. borrowed; have D. lent; keep 17. I my brother playing computer games when I passed by his bedroom. A. looked B. read C. saw D. watched 18. --- When shall we meet our dear grandma --- Grandma will give us a call as soon as she . A. reaches B. will reach C. arrives D. will arrive 19. I promise I will never go to his party I am invited . A. if B. after C. unless D. though 20. --- Could you tell me ---He drove here himself. A. how he comes here B. how did he come here C. when he came here D. how he came here II. 完形填空。(每小题完形填空。(每小题 1.5 分,共分,共 15 分)分) 根据短文内容,从 A、B、C、D 四个选项中选出一个能填入相应空格内的最佳答并把答题卡上对应题 目的答案标号涂黑。 Marco looked at the basketball hoop(圈) and threw the ball up. “Score” Marco shouted as the ball went 21 the basketball hoop. “You won this time, but next time I ll 22 you, Marco” said Kim, as the two friends walked home. “I wish we could play at the park, too.” But the basketball hoop in their neighborhood park had been ruined (破 坏)by a fallen tree. “I feel so upset” said Kim, “I guess there’s nothing we can do.” Marco and Kim walked past the city s 23 center. They saw Mr. Morse was collecting plastic, paper and metal things. Marco stared at all the old things. “That gives me an idea” he said, “Mr. Morse, do you have 24 we could use to make a basketball hoop” Mr. Morse picked up a plastic laundry basket. “We are going to recycle this basket, but I think you can take it.” “It looks 25 , old and broken. I want a new basketball hoop” said Kim. “Why” wondered Marco, “reusing things is a great way to 26 waste. And don t you think that will be meaningful to make something on our own” “That sounds interesting I guess we can try,” said Kim, “but I still don t believe it will be as good as a new one.” They took the basket to Marco s house and found some wood in an old yard. Together they tinkered(焊)with the materials and made a post(柱) and a backboard. When all the parts were ready, they took everything to the 27 and managed to set up the hoop. “It looks better than I thought it would” said Kim, “Here s the real test” He bounced the ball, aimed and shot a perfect basket. He was cheerful. “Wow, I was 28 just now” Kim said. “This basketball hoop is really great. Now we can play 29 we want” The two friends played until dinner time. The hoop stood the real 30 and the boys had the true joys. 21. A. above B. past C. across D. through 22. A. hit B. help C. beat D. win 23. A. recycling B. meeting C. shopping D. teaching 24. A. something B. anything C. everything D. nothing 25. A. useful B. reusable C. useless D. using 26. A. cut up B. cut down C. put off D. put on 27. A. park B. yard C. school D. house 28. A. excited B. peaceful C. right D. wrong 29. A. whenever B. everything C. whatever D. everyday 30. A. basket B. test C. ball D. game III. 阅读理解。(阅读理解。(31-33 题每小题题每小题 1 分,分,34-49 题每小题题每小题 2 分,共分,共 35 分)分) 阅读下列材料,从 A、 B、C、D 四个选项中选出最佳答案,并把答题卡上对应题目的答案标号涂黑。 重庆八中 20192020 学年度(下)2020 级第一次月考 第 3 页 共 9 页 A Inventions make the world better, smarter and a little more fun. 31. Which company makes self-tying shoes A. Adidas. B. Hello Sense. C. Nike. D. Morpher. 32. The smart alarm clock can NOT . A. improve our sleep B. control our memory C. record our sleep cycles D. control the sleep environment in the bedroom 33. If a child has a poor eyesight, he may be in the lack of . A. vitamin A B. vitamin B C. vitamin C D. vitamin D B There were many plants in a forest. When spring came, a pine tree saw a red rose nearby and said, “What a beautiful flower I wish I were that lovely.” The rose proudly said, “It seems that I am the most beautiful flower in this forest.” Then the rose looked at a cactus 仙人掌 and said, “Look at that ugly plant full of thorns” “What a proud flower” thought the trees. As the days passed, the red rose often looked at the cactus and said bad words about it, like “This plant is useless. How sorry I am to be his neighbor” The cactus never got angry and even tried to advise the rose, saying, “God did not create any of life without a purpose.” Spring passed, and the weather became very hot. As there was no rain, the red rose began to wilt 枯萎. One day the rose saw birds put their beaks 喙 into the cactus and then fly away. The red rose asked the pine tree what the birds were doing. The pine tree explained that the birds were getting water from the cactus. “The cactus has water” asked the rose. “Yes, you can also drink some from it. The birds can bring water to you if you ask the cactus for help.” The red rose felt too ashamed to ask for water from the cactus. But finally it did ask for help. The cactus kindly agreed. The folding bike helmet 头盔头盔 People hate to wear a helmet because it s thick and heavy. Morpher is a bike helmet made from plastic. It is just as strong as the traditional ones, but flexible 灵活的 enough to fold almost totally flat. Also it is much easier to carry. Shoes that tie themselves After we see the movie Back to the Future, almost everyone wants a pair of self-tying shoes. Now, thanks to Nike, the shoe dream comes true. When you press a button, the shoes can tie themselves. The smart alarm clockHello Sense An alarm clock, called Hello Sense, can improve your sleep. It can control the temperature, light and even air quality in your bedroom to help you have a perfect sleep environment. And it can record your sleep cycles. Sweet potatoes that could save lives The lack 缺乏 of vitamin A can cause blindness and many other illnesses. In sub-Saharan Africa, plant experts are helping them grow a kind of new sweet potatoes. These potatoes can help them fight against some illnesses. 重庆八中 20192020 学年度(下)2020 级第一次月考 第 4 页 共 9 页 34. At first, thought the cactus was ugly. A. the rose B. the pine tree C. the birds D. the thorns 35. The red rose began to wilt because . A. the birds could fly B. spring came C. there was no rain D. the cactus got angry 36. According to the story, which of the following is TRUE A. The pine tree was jealous of嫉妒 the red rose and said some bad words about her. B. The cactus refused to help the rose in the end. C. The birds put their beaks into the cactus to get something to eat. D. The rose realized she was wrong about the cactus. 37. If you were a teacher, you would tell the story to the students who _. A. make no effort to study B. judge anyone only by their appearance C. don t dare to speak in public D. often argue with others C A recent study from a team of South Korean researchers suggests that eating alone often may lead to poor eating habits and poor food choices. Specifically, the study found that men who ate alone more than twice a week had a greater risk of developing high blood pressure and other diseases. For children, eating with their families is not only about preventing bad resultsit is also about developing good ones. In 2014, the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development OECD looked at data from nearly three-quarters of the world’s countries. Among its findings was the fact that students who shared a main meal with families were less likely to skip school逃学. Children who eat a main meal with their families are also less likely to use drugs and alcohol吸毒酗酒. In the report, named “The Importance of Family Dinners”, researchers say that “teens who have frequent family dinners are more likely to say their parents know a lot about what’s going on in their lives”. They also say that when teens say they feel closer to their parents, they are less likely to use drugs and alcohol. Another study from the University of Montreal found that children who ate with their families experience long-term physical and mental health benefits. These children were physically in better shape and drank fewer sugary soft drinks. These children also seemed to have better social skills and they were less aggressive好斗的. Professor Linda Pagani says that mealtimes shared with parents “likely provide young children with first- hand social communication, discussions of social events and day-to-day matters”. She adds that they may likely help the child have better communication skills with others. 38. The underlined word “benefits” in Paragraph 5 is the closest in meaning to . A. advantages B. disadvantages C. conditions D. problems 39. Children eating with their families are more likely to . A. drink more sugary soft drinks B. do well in their studies at school C. be more socially active and aggressive D. have a closer relationship with their parents 40. Why is Professor Pagani mentioned in the last paragraph A. To introduce her. B. To add a new point. C. To explain further. D. To provide background ination. 41. The passage mainly talks about . A. the benefits of eating together B. the advantages of eating alone C. the ways of developing social skills D. the risks of using drugs and alcohol D As we are getting older and older, our ability to think and remember starts to become worse. But not everyone is like this. Some people are super-agers, who are over the age of 80, but have the brain of much younger people. Scientists know that parts of the brain become smaller in size with age. But the change of the super-agers’ 重庆八中 20192020 学年度(下)2020 级第一次月考 第 5 页 共 9 页 Learning new things Develop healthy relationships Stay active Develop healthy relationships Super-agers Learn new things Stay active Challenge yourself Learn new things Stay active Develop healthy relationships goes much more slowly. In her recent study, Emily Rogalski, a neuroscientist 神经科学家, showed that super- agers have young brains. The area of the brain for attention and memory was shown to be thicker in super- agers. “When we look at a super-ager’s brain, we see that it looks more like a 50-year-old brain than an 80- year-old one”. ▲ Most of them like travelling and playing sports. They always enjoy reading. And they usually have healthy relationships and spend time with friends. “Growing old,” she adds, “does not have to be depressing and sad. Perhaps if we expect a little better from ourselves, we’ll understand that not all getting old makes us sad”. Rogalski said jokingly that super-agers do not grow on trees meaning they are special and few. She says she wants to find out why a super-ager’s mind is working so well and not getting old as quickly as most. The science behind super-agers is a new, but growing field. It attracts many scientists. Scientists in the research offer the advice to us Stay active. Learn new things. Challenge yourself. Develop healthy relationships. We may also become super-agers if we follow the advice. 42. Super-agers are people . A. over 80 with older brains B. under 80 with older brains C. over 80 with younger brains D. under 80 with younger brains 43. What can we know from the passage A.The area of the brain for attention and memory was shown thinner in super-agers. B. Scientists have found out why a super-ager’s mind is working so well. C. Super-agers are common and very easy to find in our lives . D. More and more scientists may get into the study of super-agers. 44. Which of the following sentences can be put in ▲ A. Scientists find that super-agers usually live simple lives. B. Scientists say that super-agers hardly ever forget things. C. Scientists find that super-agers have some physical differences from others. D. Scientists say that super-agers have several things in common. 45. Which of the following shows the writer’s idea A. B. C. Challenge yourself Super-agers Challenge yourself Super-agers 重庆八中 20192020 学年度(下)2020 级第一次月考 第 6 页 共 9 页 Develop healthy relationships Challenge yourself Stay active Super-agers Learn new things D. E We often reach a point in our life when we should be ready for change that will help us unlock our self- improvement power. However, there’s always something staring at us right under our nose but we don’t see it. The only time we think of unlocking our self-improvement power is when everything gets worst. When do we realize that we need to change diets When none of our shirts and jeans fit us. When do we stop eating candies and chocolates When all of our teeth have fallen off. When do we realize that we need to stop smoking When our lungs have gone bad. We think about changing only when the whole world is falling apart. We think and feel this way because it is not easy to change, but change becomes more painful when we ignore忽 视 it. Unlocking our self-improvement power means unlocking ourselves out of the box of thought that we are just the way we ar
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