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2016-2017学年第二学期九年级模拟测试英语试卷
2017.04.


一、单项选择(共15小题;每小题l。分,计1。5分)。
在下列各题A、B、C、D四个选项中选择一个能填入题干空白处的最佳答案。 1. --- Have you s。een _。______ Oscar。 movie La La Land ?
--- Of cou。rs。e. It’s really _______ wonderful one, especially the songs and dances.
A. an; the B. the; a C. a;。 a D. the; the
2. --- Susan, why not join us。 to Sout。h Hill?
--- Thank you, Bill. It’s a very kind _______, but I have to go over my lessons at home.
A. decision B. promise C. offer D. excuse
3. The job isn’t。 cha。llenging enough。 for me. I want so。mething more ________.
A. creative B. practical C.。 comfortableD. pleasant
4.--- Peter ha。s made great progress in his。 Maths.
--- Exactly。. He do。esn’t do his homework so ________ as he used to be.


  1. wisely B. pati。ently C. correctly D。.。 c。arele。ssly

5. --- T。oo much homew。ork has made me tired the。se day。s。, Miss W。an。g.
-。-- That’s true. But a small tree won’t grow i。nto a big tree _______ it e。xperiences lots of winds and rains.
A. if B. because C. when D. unless
6.--- Why did you pull t。he girl?
--- You see, traffic was so busy that anything _______。 h。appen to her at th。at moment.
A.could B.should C.may D.must
7. --- About _。_______ of。 the students in our class wer。e born。 under the Year Horse.
--- Oh,。 that is to say they were born in ________.
A. four。-fifths。; 2002 B. four-fifths; the 2000
C. four-fifth; the 2000s D. four-fifth; 2002
8.Jason is a dishonest boy. He always _______。 some excuses for doing s。omething wr。ong.
A. picks up B. gives up C. takes up D. m。ak。es up
9. WeChat is very popular. ______ the。 yo。ung _______ the old are getting interested in it.
A. Neither; nor B. Either; or C. Not only; but also D. Between; and
10. The engin。eers ________ a new computer in o。ur classroom the whole yesterday morning, so we h。ad our classes in the school hall.
A. w。ere fixing B. fixed C. have fix。ed。 D. are fixi。ng
11. --- Sorry, I’m late. _______ did the meeti。ng begin?
--- It doesn’t matter. T。he meeting _______ for several。 minutes.
A. When; has just be。gun B. When; has just been on
C. How long。; has just been on D. How l。ong; has just begun
12. It will be much easier for people in。 Yangzhou to go out after the High-speed Rail ________.A. was built B.。 is built C. build。s D. built
13. Mother’s Day is coming. I’m t。hinking about _________.
A. what。 present I gave her B. where will we have a big meal
C。. how I will give her a surprise D. if I planned a pa。rty for her
14. --- Sh。all we watch the popul。ar TV programme Super Brain now?
--。- _____。____. The news report is on.
A. Better not B. Sounds great C. I think so D. G。ood idea
15. ---。 A。ll the people of Yangzhou need to work together to make our city more beautiful.
--- That’s it. ___________.


  1. Practice makes perfec。t B. Many hands make light work

C. When in Rome, do as the Rom。ans do D. A friend in。 need i。s a friend indeed
二、完形填空(共15小题;每小题l分,计15分)
阅读下列短文,从文后。各题所给的四个选项中选出一个最佳答案。
“We expected our children to be。 perf。ect.” Most parents have thought so.
I was one of t。hem.I expected our son, Joe would be perfect to sail 16school.H。e was a。lways a 17 kid,kind and gentle.But he wasn’t。 perfect.From the first day Joe starte。d schoo。l, he always had di。fficulty with18. He passed each grade with great 19, but never at the t。op of his c。lass.
How I 20 friends who had children with the “mathstalent”.I w。ould look at。 Joe and
21:If。 he do。es not get bett。er at maths,how is he ever going to22co。ll。ege? I was worried about it all the time.
Joe, 23, had other ideas.During high school, Joe slowly24at maths.He got through all the required cour。s。es. I felt greatly 25with his little achievement. Then he announ。ced that。 he’d。 t。a。ke pre-。cal。culus(微积分。)in his last year of high sch。ool, which 26 me a lot.
“Why?” I questioned.
“Because I need to keep my skills up,”he explained.“I 27math, but I need to take it so I won’t forget how to do it.”
“For college,” he added.“I want to do really well in college, Mom.I know it will be28, but I think it’s important that I try to do my best.”
My son wasn’t perfect.He wasn’t a math talent。, either.But he knew wha。t。 was。 impo。rtant: he was caring about his29 while I was worrying over his past.And that, t。o me, is even better t。han being 30
16.A.at B.thro。ugh C.from D.acro。ss
17.A.lucky。 B.proud C.good D.heal。thy
18.A.art B.music C.writing D.math。s
19.A.eff。ort B.attention C.pleasure D.interest
20.A.respected B.supported C.trusted D.admired
21.A.suppose B.imagi。ne C.wonder D.wish
22.A.push i。n B.go over C.look through D.get into
23.A.however B.although C.moreover D.otherwise
24.A.reduced B.improved C.cha。nged D.dis。covered
25.A.tired B.t。han。kful C.satisfied D.angry
26.A.moved B.hurt C.meant D.su。rprised
27.A.fail B.hate C.prefer D.choose
2。8.A.hard B.boring C.necessary D.successful
29.A.career B.subject C.futur。e D.world
30.A.perfect B.clever C.patient D.confident
三、阅读理解(共l5小题;每小题2分,计30分) 阅读下。列内容,从每小题所给的四个选项中选出一个最佳答案。
A
Dear Aunty,
After years of her crying. I finall。y gave in and allowed。 my daughter to have a cat. I now regret my decisi。on. As someone needs。 to have a clean, tidy house, I no longer feel relaxed in my own ho。me. If I tell her, “sorry, the cat has to go.” She will be heartbroken. What c。an I do?
---Feline Phobic
Dear P。hobic。,
I’m an animal lover and on。 your kid’s and cat’s side. Tell your daughter your prob。lem. Ask her to help you come up with a plan. Perhaps you can agree to allow the cat only in certa。in areas of the house. This is a chance for you。r dau。ghter to develop the ability of looking afte。r others.
--- Aunty
Dear Aunty,
I got the highest grade on a b。io。logy tes。t. Now the popular ki。d。s think I’m clever, and w。ant me in their lab group. I knew I was being used. Now, they want my homework. What sho。uld I do?
---Lily
Dear L。ily.
Popularity can come at a price, but it’s no excuse to cheat(欺。骗,作弊). Offer to help new fri。ends with their h。omework, but don’t giv。e them yours.
--- Aunty
Dear Aunt。y,
I’m one of six assistants in a dental(牙科的) offi。ce. But I’m new-there。 just fo。ur months. I’ve tried to join conversatio。ns, but they just ig。nore me. They go shopping together. No one invites me. How can I break into the circle?
---Crystal
Dear Crystal,
Humans run in packs like dogs.。 When a new dog enters t。he pack, a lot of discovery goes on. So bring cookies for everyone! Then try maki。n。g frie。nds w。ith one workmate. Invite her。 to lunc。h. When you get close to each other, tell her how hard yo。u’re finding the situation at wo。rk. She’ll understand it and help you。. --- Aunty


31. Aunty thinks that Phobic should .
A. t。r。y to stop her daughter raising a cat B. spend more time c。leaning the house
C. ask her daughter to help tidy up D. find a better way to keep the cat
32. The underlined。 word “ignore” in the passage means .
A. show great interest in B. ca。re about C. pay no attention to D. laugh at
33. According to t。he passage.
A. Phobic can’t get along well with her daughter B. Aunty is fo。nd of animals like c。ats
C. Crystal’s workmates are helping her D. Lily cheatedin a biology test
B
The cowboy has become the hero of many movies. He is, even to。day, believed to have courage and adventure(冒险). But what was the life of a cowboy really like?
T。he cowboy’s job is clea。r。 from the word “cowboy”. A cowboy, according to dictionary explanation, is a man who rides a horse and whose job is to care for cattle(牛). The cattl。e were in the West and in Texas. People in the cities of the East wanted be。ef from these cattle. Trains could take the cattle east. But first the cattle had to。 get to the trains. P。art of the cowboy’s job was to。 take the cattle hundreds of miles to the railroad towns.
These trips were。 called cattle drives. A catt。le drive。 usually took several m。onths. Cow。boys rode for sixteen hours a day. Because they rode so much, eac。h cowboy brought along about eight horses. A cowboy changed horses several times each。 day.
The cowboy。s had to make sure that t。he cattle arrived safely. Before startin。g on a drive, t。he cowboys branded(给---烙上印) the ca。ttle. They burned a mark on t。he cattle to show who they belonged to. But these marks didn’t stop ru。stlers(盗窃牲口的人), or c。attle thieves. Cowboys had to protect the cattle from rustlers. Rustlers made the already dange。rous trip even more dangerous.
Even though their work was very d。ifficult and dangerous, cowboys did not earn much money. They were paid。 badly. But cowboys liked their way of life. They lived in a wild and open country.。 They lived a life full of adventure and freedom.
34. A cowboy’s job is ______.
A. to send beef to the city people B. to be a。 hero in movies
C. to take car。e of cattle D. to brand the cattle
35. During a catt。le drive, cowboys took the cattle ______.
A. to the East fr。om t。h。e W。est B. onto the trains
C. to t。he peopl。e in the。 cities D. t。o the railroad town。s
36.Cowboys brand。ed the cattle to _________.
A. keep them from being stolen B. make the cattle drive danger。ous
C. show their co。urage D. protect their beef
37. Cowboys enjoyed themselves because ______.
A. they coul。d live a free life with excitement B. they made a lot of money
C. they loved the difficult and dangerous job D. they were heroes in mov。ies


C
Just a couple of hours ago, I was on the plane, re。ady t。o fly home from London. The flight had been put off by a few h。ours so it felt good to be s。o close to take-off. I had my iPod in place and a new book to read. T。hen, over the loudspe。aker。 came the pilo。t’s voice: “We’re sorry to tell you we must。 cancel this。 flight because there’s still something wrong with the plane.”The passengers’ reactions(反应)t。hat announcement led to were interesting. One man close to me began to argue with an air hostess. A couple in another row。 complai。ned loudly. A businessman in a black su。it ev。en kicked the seat in front。 of him. Ye。t some passeng。ers acted diff。erently. An elderly gentleman smiled as he helped others take thei。r bags down from the shelf. A teenager, rather than trying to。 rush off the plane like mos。t of the oth。er passengers, stopped to help a woman with a d。isability. The lady sitti。ng next to m。e laughed and said: “Hey, it’s not the end of the world,” before she made a call to her kids and shared her adven。ture with them.
No life is pe。rfect; min。e certainly isn’t. We al。l must face challe。nges, both。 large and small. You and I have the power to choose to rise above the external ci。rcums。tances。(外部环境). We always have the ch。oice to be strong and kind when we are in trouble.
My seatma。te was right — things didn’t get that terrible. Anyway, I am safe。. I have。 my health. I have two wonderful children. I h。ave work I lov。e and so much to。 be grateful for. S。ur。e I now have to wai。t a few hours to catch the next flight home.
38. What caused the passengers’ different reactions?
A. The loudspeaker. B. The airhostess.
C. The plane’s problem. D. The pilot’s announ。cement.
39. Who turned his。 anger on the seat?
A. A teenager helping the disabled. B. An old man taking b。ags down.
C. A man in a black。 suit. D. A man close to t。he writer.
40. What did the woman sittin。g next to the wr。iter do?
A. She complained loudly. B。. She made a phone call to her family.
C. She helped others carry their bags. D. She。 told moving stories to her children.
4。1. What can we learn from the story?
A. Our life is ful。l of ups and downs。.B. It is natural to be scared and angry in trou。ble.
C. We should help each other .D. Keep cal。m and hopeful

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