初中英语锦华实验学校2016—2017学年第二学期八年级英语月考质量检测试卷及答案.doc
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  • 难度: 使用次数:8 入库时间:2017-03-28
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    完形填空。

    阅读下面短文,从短文后所给的ABC三个选项中选出能填入相应空白处的最佳选项。

    Have you ever wished you could read someone’s world? Well, you can---by__1___ their body movements. Body language has been studied since the 1950s ___2___ the American scientist Ray Birdwhistell began writing about kinesics[人体动作学].He filmed conversations and then ___3__ them back at a slow speed to study gestures and expressions.

       Every day, we __4__ our bodies to send messages ---nodding instead of saying “yes”, or shaking hands to say “hello” .But __5__ when we don’t want others to know how we’re feeling ,certain things may still reveal [显露]the truth. When we’re talking to others, our bodies often give the ___6__ away when we blush[脸红], avoiding eye contact ,or cover our mouth with our hand.

      You can also use body language to your advantage[对你有利].For example, if you’re always the last to be picked for a sports team, take the following _7___.

    Stand with your feet a little wide and with your hands on your hips[臀部]. This will make you look much ___8__ and more athletic.

      Instead of sitting on the bench, try running or doing__9___ else. It gives the message that you can’t wait to take part in the game.

      Look your teammates right in the __10__ and smile .But don’t look at them all the time ,or they ’ll think you are desperate[拼命地].

     (  ) 1.A.picking           B. showing              C. watching

     (  ) 2.A.when             B. if                   C. because 

     (  ) 3.A.showed           B. played               C. turned

     (  ) 4.A.wave             B. use                  C. touch

     (  ) 5.A.still              B. quite                 C. even

     (  ) 6.A.trick             B. message               C. plan

     (  ) 7.A.hope             B.space                 C. advice

     (  ) 8.A.faster            B .nicer                  C. stronger 

     (  ) 9.A.nothing          B. something              C. everything

     (  ) 10.A.eye             B. face                   C. heart

    题型:完型填空  知识点:日常生活类
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    阅读理解。阅读下列短文,从下面每小题的ABCD四个选项中选出最佳选项。

    I often hear a pet owner say, “I wish I knew what he wanted.” Well, the fact is that our pets talk to us all the time. We just need to learn what they are trying to say. Cats don’t make much sound. Their main communication is through body language. Actually, cats use sound mostly to communicate with human beings, and much less with other animals.

    We talk to our furry friends all the time, so they have developed a “voice” to express themselves to us. It is important to mention three or four sounds. When a cat wants his owner’s attention(注意)he will politely “meow”. A quick meow is a greeting. The well-know “purr” usually means “I’m happy”. But a cat will also purr when it is in pain. This is the cat’s way to warn others to back off, so it isn’t a good time to come near to the cat.

    Most of a cat’s communication is through body language. Ears, the tail, legs, and eyes are all talking, giving us and other members of the animal world clear messages. By watching cats under different conditions, experts(专家) have learnt a lot about cat’s body language. So just as cats watch and try to understand us, we should watch them and learn about them.

    (  ) 1.The underlined words “furry friends” refers to_______.

    A. cats     B.cat trainers     C. animal experts      D.cat owners

    (  ) 2.What sound will a cat make when he feels pain?

    A.A quick meow   B. Purrs   C. Hisses   D. Growls

    (  ) 3.What may the writer probably write about in the following paragraphs?

    A. The meaning of cat’s body language.     B. The way the cats eat

    C. The lifestyle of cats   D. The way the cats communicate with other animals.

    (  ) 4.Which of the following is true according to the passage?

    A .Cats don’t like making any sound.

    B. When we hear a quick meow of a cat, we can’t go near to the cat.

    C.A cat may growl when he meets a dog.

    D. It isn’t necessary for dog owners to learn about the cat’s body language.

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:日常生活类
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    Katherine Commale is an 11-year-old girl from Pennsylvania. At the age of five she began raising money to buy nets for children in Africa to help stop the spread of malaria.(痢疾)

    When she was five, she learnt about malaria in Arica. She learnt that every 30 seconds a child died from disease. She, also learnt that people wouldn’t get that disease if they had enough bed nets. “I was really sad to learn that a child died every half a minute because of malaria,” says Katherine. “I wanted to send nets right away, so that’s what I did.”

    Five-year-old Katherine made presentations at churches and schools. She told students and others how important bed nets were for Africans. After people heard the presentations, many of them donated money. Katherine sent the money to NBN. NBN is an organization that sends bed nets to Africa.

    Besides, every holiday Katherine makes something called “bed net gift certificate” with the help of her friends and brothers. On each 10-dollar certificate there is a message. It explains that a bed net would be sent to Africa. When more certificate orders come, Katherine gets help from students in her school.

    Katherine has helped to raise$200,000 for NBN. “It makes me proud to help African children. I Won’t stop working until everyone in Africa has a bed net,” says Katherine.

    (  )1.Which of the following is TRUE according to the passage?

    A. When Katherine was six, she began helping children in Africa.

    B. Katherine learnt that two children died from malaria one minute.

    C. Katherine did a lot and helped to raise $20,000 for NBN.

    D. Katherine’s parents helped her make “bed net gift certificate”.

    (  )2.In paragraph 4, “It” refers to” _________”.

    A. a 10-dollar note       B .a gift certificate

    C. an organization       D. a message

    (  )3.From the passage we know Katherine did the following except_________

    A .raising a great deal of money for NBN

    B. giving presentations at churches and schools

    C. explaining the importance of nets for Africans

    D. ordering people to learn to use the nets well

    (  )4.It can be inferred from the passage that________

    A. Katherine’ s work is very helpful and meaningful

    B. the spread of malaria in Africa will be more serious

    C. every child in Africa gets a net with Katherine’s help

    D. Katherine has received much money from NBN.

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:人物传记/故事阅读类
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    It was Mother’s Day last Sunday. My uncle’s restaurant was very busy .It seemed that every family took their mothers out to eat that day to show thanks and loves to them.

    At noon, my uncle called me from the restaurant. “Henry ,people are lining up outside, ”he said .”Can you come to help out?”

    “Sure,” I stopped playing computer games at once and went to the restaurant with my brother George. All we had to do was bring food and water to the tables and take dirty dishes away when the customers finished eating.

    The chefs(厨师) and their helpers were working very fast and hard. The kitchen manager was calling out orders. The kitchen helpers were running to get things in place. The chefs were working like magiciansturning meat and vegetables into delicious food in just minutes

    I can’t remember how many times I bought things in and out through that kitchen door. I just remember that at the end of the day, my legs were very sore(疼痛的) .When I got home ,I was very really tired. The next day ,when my classmates asked me how I had spent Mother’s Day, I answered. “ It is a long story. It felt like I walked all the way from Beijing to Shanghai.”

    (  )1.What was Henry doing when his uncle called him?

    A. Taking a walk.           B. Doing his homework

    C. Playing  ball games      D. Playing computer games.

    (  )2.What did Henry and George help to do?

    1.take dirty dishes away

    2.bring food and water to tables

    3.call out orders

    4.turn meat and vegetables into food

    A. 1.2    B.3.4    C.1.3    D.2.4

    (  )3.From the passage, we can learn that_________

    A. it was Father’s Day last Sunday   B .Henry’s parents have a restaurant

    C. Henry is a student              D. George is Henry’s uncle

    (  )4. What kind of passage is it?

    A. A true story           B. A piece of news

    C.A short notice          D. A research report

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:人物传记/故事阅读类
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    We all know that volunteering your time to help others is good for the word. But it might be good for your body and brain too. Here are some ways that volunteering can benefit(使……受益)the volunteer.

    Benefits to your well-being(幸福)

    It’s no secret that doing good things can make you feel good about yourself. According to a study by United Health Group,96% of people who volunteered said that it improved their mood(心情), and 78% of volunteers said that it lowered their stress levels.

    Doing good allows people to help improve their communities, and gives them a chance to learn new skills and meet new people---all things that can add to a person’s sense of well-being, according to the study.

    ______

    The United Health Group’s study also found that 76% of people who volunteered said it made them feel healthier. And studies have shown that volunteering can be good for your health.

    For example, in 2013, Carnegie Mellon University studied a group of adults over 50 and found that if they volunteered for more than 200 hours in a year, they were less likely to develop high blood pressure(高血压) than those who didn’t volunteer at all.
        In most cases, the hope of health benefits is likely an added bonus(
    福利) rather than the reason behind volunteering. Anyway, giving your time to a reason you care about is a win-win.

    (  )1.Which of the following is from the United Health Group’s study?

    A. 76% of volunteers thought volunteering could make them happy.

    B. 78% of volunteers said volunteering raised their stress levels.

    C. 96% of volunteers said volunteering lowered their blood pressure.

    D.76% of volunteers thought volunteering could make them healthier.

    (  )2.Which of the following subtitles(副标题) can be put in _____?

    A. Ways to volunteer         B. Benefits to your health

    C. Benefits to your work      D. Volunteers’ health problems

    (  )3.From the last paragraph, we can learn that________

    A. if we volunteer, we can help others and make ourselves healthy

    B. we should know exactly why we volunteer

    C. it’s time to volunteer right now

    D. the reason behind volunteering is more important

    (  )4.What’s the main idea of the passage?

    A. Volunteers are important to the world.

    B.A lot of organizations need help.

    C. Volunteering can benefit the volunteer too.

    D. Volunteers often do some hard work.

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:日常生活类
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