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浙江省严州中学新安江校区2016届高三1月阶段测试英语试题 Word版含答案.doc


严州中学 2016 届高三 1 月阶段测试英语试卷
第一部分:英语知识运用(共两节,满分 30 分) 第一节:单项填空(共 20 小题;每小题 0.5 分,满分 10 分) 从 A、B、C 和 D 四个选项中,选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项,并在答题纸上将该选 项标号涂黑。 1. — It was great to see you again. — ______ . A. I’ll catch up with you C. Try to hold on B. Be sure to keep in touch D. You’re getting ahead of yourself

2. When he discovered that it was all ______ joke, he laughed so hard that he nearly fell to _____ ground. A. a; 不填 B. the; 不填 C. a; the D. the; a

3. I have learned a lot about Asian customs, ______ in the small village for three years in the early 1990s. A. lived B. to live C. having lived D. to have lived

4. I think it’s time the police got ______ with people who drink and drive. A. sweeter B. tenser C. rougher D. tougher

5. A unique ______ of these rock shelters was that they were dry. A. feature B. function C. symptom D. pattern

6. A firm, dry handshake is generally regarded as an indication that someone is confident and ______. A. in control B. in style C. in place D. in office

7. People are very adaptable, and we quickly ______ a new life circumstance — for better or worse — and consider it normal. A. adjust to B. lie in C. stay with D. rely on

8. –– What sort of sweets do you like? –– ______ with chocolate inside. A. Many B. Such C. Ones D. Each

9. The use of several senses gives the brain more connections and associations, making it easier

______ information later, which assists memory and learning. A. find B. finding C. found D. to find

10. He was ______ the opinion that I should have gotten into coaching because he had and because he had such success with it. A. in B. of C. on D. with

11. Recycling, in its broadest ______, refers to the remaking of waste products and other used materials for practical purposes. A. sight B. sense C. size D. space

12. Successful people make a plan to deal with each new problem rather than denying or ______ that it exists. A. realizing B. praying C. judging D. ignoring

13. I recently read that it’s good to walk a lot; ______, I’m getting off the bus a few stops early and walking the rest of the way. A. however B. therefore C. instead D. otherwise

14. This is your home, _______ you may treat it as. A. whenever B. whoever C. whatever D. wherever

15. Children are not born with their habits already _______. A. to make B. to be made C. making D. made

16. I also felt guilty, as all fathers do at a time like this, wondering whether there was anything I ______ to have prevented this situation from rising. A. would do B. could do C. can do D. could have done

17. We recommend you ______ at least 15 minutes before the start of your tour. A. arrive B. arrived C. will arrive D. have arrived

18. ______ she began reading and saw what fun it was, there was no stopping her. A. Unless B. Once C. Until D. Though

19. Obviously he had set up a situation _____ he didn’t have to blame, or even recognize, his own shyness. A. where B. which C. that D. whom

20. –– Fancy meeting you here. –– _______

A. So you’re going. C. Have a nice time!

B. That’s very kind of you. D. Yes, what a coincidence!

第二节:完形填空(共 20 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 20 分) 阅读下面短文,掌握其大意,然后从 21~40 各题所给的四个选项(A、B、C 和 D) 中,选出最佳选项,并在答题纸上将该选项标号涂黑。 From her lifeguard station at the shallow end of the swimming pool, Jessica noticed clouds gathering in the sky. By the time she took a break at 2:30, the wind was picking up and the sky was getting All of the 21 . The pool manager 24 22 over the loudspeaker that the pool was closing 23 , due to a severe weather warning. had left by 3:30 except for Jessica’s neighbor, eight-year-old Zack Hill. 25 him up later, but the storm was approaching fast. Jessica 27 that this was no 28 29 26 Zack off on her way home. Zack’s mother had planned to decided that she would

The minute Jessica and Zack left the parking lot, it was

storm. The rain hit just as Jessica turned onto her street, coming down in sheets and making it away, and your house is farther away than front door was only a few feet away, 33 32 30 .‖

to see clearly. Jessica said, ―Zack, I’m going to take you to my house. We need to get inside right She pressed the garage-door opener, but nothing happened. The electricity was their way out of the car and into the house. Remembering everything she could from her 34 training, Jessica dragged Zack to the 35 . They had 37 . . Jessica began to D. dark D. whispered D. quietly D. parents D. cheer D. drop D. unlikely D. violent D. worthwhile D. mine D. up 31 . The

the wind was so strong that Jessica and Zack had to

basement (地下室) . ―We’ll be safe in here, Zack,‖ she said, trying to sound just gotten inside 36 sound of glass breaking. A deafening roar, like the sound of a train, filled their After a final crash, Jessica and Zack 38 lightning through a crack in the ceiling. The sound of the storm grew breathe easier. She and Zack were safe, and what a 21. A. blue 22. A. announced 23. A. slowly 24. A. swimmers 25. A. get 26. A. put 27. A. probable 28. A. severe 29. A. hard 30. A. ours 31. A. back B. bright B. murmured B. tightly B. lifeguards B. pick B. send B. clear B. impressive B. comfortable B. hers B. out 40 C. sunny C. wept C. immediately C. managers C. dress C. lay C. impossible C. ordinary C. useless C. yours C. on 39

everything went deadly quiet for a moment. Then they could hear the drops of rain on their arms. They saw a flash of they would have to tell!

32. A. and 33. A. jump 34. A. teacher 35. A. nervous 36. A. when 37. A. mouths 38. A. heard 39. A. distant 40. A. joke

B. thus B. find B. character B. calm B. since B. eyes B. tasted B. near B. story

C. but C. fight C. flight C. humorous C. after C. noses C. felt C. sharp C. lie

D. so D. thread D. emergency D. polite D. as D. ears D. smelt D. loud D. difference

第二部分:阅读理解(第一节 20 小题,第二节 5 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 50 分) 第一节:阅读下列材料,从每题所给的四个选项(A、B、C 和 D)中,选出最佳选项,并 在答题纸上将该选项标号涂黑。 A What is funny? The short answer is: Who knows? The joke that causes a burst of laughter from one listener might be met with a puzzled look from another. In general, you should avoid jokes at any business or social gathering where there are more than two people in your conversational group. If there are only two people — and they consist of you and your best friend — go ahead and tell it. Admittedly, a few people possess a perfect sense of timing, appropriateness, and joke delivery. You are probably not one of them. You might be quite funny and have many great jokes. But there’s a place for jokes — over dinner with family, hiking with friends, but business or social affairs with colleagues and acquaintances (熟人) are not it. It takes a whole other level of joke-telling ability to put a joke into the more formal conversations. The best jokes come into the conversation so that by the time listeners realize a joke is in progress, the punchline that produces humour is being delivered — to their surprise and delight. Jokes don’t translate well when you’re in a group with mixed backgrounds: those whose first language is not English, those who might not understand a special term or an ―in‖ expression, young people who wouldn’t catch a reference to some bit of culture familiar to older people — and vice versa (反之亦然). Never joke about another person in the group — about their name, habits, hometown, profession, appearance, or past. It’s not a question of whether the joke is cheery or appropriate. No

one enjoys being singled out this way. When you are the subject of the joke, the laughter doesn’t feel good no matter how hard you try to tell yourself they’re not laughing at you. Because that’s what it feels like. What do you say if you realize your joke upset someone? Apologize as briefly and as sincerely as you can, and hope that someone changes the subject. Try saying: ―I’m sorry. I should have known better‖ or ―I’m sorry. I wasn’t thinking.‖ What do you do if people don’t get your joke or don’t appear to find it as funny as you do? First, do not retell it, only louder this time, hoping the point of the joke will be seen. Second, don’t try to push people to get it. People do not like people whose jokes they don’t understand. They feel stupid and need to blame someone. If you want to leave with the goodwill of your listeners, say something to make them feel less foolish. You could say: ―I don’t know why I tell jokes when I’m so poor at it.‖ The world needs laughter, and good humour is a success wherever it goes, so this caveat (告 诫) about joke-telling is not meant to dampen high spirits or to advocate dull conversation. If you’re a gifted story-teller and you know people love your jokes, go for it. We need your kind. The rest of us will save our jokes for family and close friends. 41. According to the passage, it might be appropriate for you to tell a joke at a business or social gathering if ______. A. the joke is well chosen B. you have complete confidence in your listeners’ sense of humor C. only you and your best friend are involved in the conversation D. the audience consists of your colleagues and acquaintances 42. Why do some jokes fail to work? A. Because the punchline is too long to catch. B. Because the joke-teller uses wrong words and expressions. C. Because the joke-teller and listeners don’t share the same background knowledge. D. Because the jokes are not properly translated into the listeners’ native language. 43. How will people feel when they are joked about? A. They will feel happy if the joke is a pleasant one.

B. They will be upset no matter what kind of joke it is. C. They will enjoy the joke when realizing that people are not laughing at them. D. They will panic because it makes them the center of attention. 44. When people do not understand a joke they hear, they tend to ______. A. believe it’s the joke-teller’s fault C. ask for explanation B. get someone to retell the joke D. say something foolish

45. Which of the following best describes the writer’s opinion on joke-telling? A. Nobody knows what makes a joke funny. B. We should not tell jokes unless we are asked to do so. C. Joke-telling is a very complex thing. D. Jokes should be told only to friends and family members.

B The following are selected contributors’ notes for an essay collection. KATY BUTLER, a 2004 finalist for a National Magazine Award, has written for The New Yorker, the New York Times, Mother Jones, Salon, Tricycle, and other magazines. She was born in South Africa and raised in England, and came to the United States with her family at the age of eight. ―Everything Is Holy,‖ her essay about nature worship, Buddhism (佛学), and ecology, was selected for Best Buddhist Writing 2006. In 2009 she won a literary award from the Elizabeth George Foundation. ―What Broke My Father’s Heart‖ was named a ―notable narrative‖ by the Nieman Foundation for Journalism at Harvard, won a first-place award from the Association of Health Care Journalists, and was named one of the 100 Best Magazine Articles of All Time. Butler has taught narrative nonfiction at Nieman Foundation conferences and memoir writing at Esalen Institute. Her current book project is Knocking on Heaven’s Door: A Journey Through Old Age and New Medicine to be published in 2013. VICTOR LAVALLE is the author of a collection of stories, Slapboxing with Jesus, and two novels, The Ecstatic and Big Machine, for which he won the Shirley Jackson Award, the American Book Award, and the Ernest J. Gaines Award for Literary Excellence. He is a 2010 Guggenheim Award winner and an assistant professor at Columbia University’s School of the Arts. About ―Long Distance‖ he says: ―This essay actually came about when I was asked to write about my life after having lost a great deal of weight. And yet, when I sat down to work, all I could do was return to that time when I was much heavier and deeply unhappy. Why? I sure didn’t miss those days. And yet, I felt I couldn’t write about my present without touching on that past. But, of course,

I never reach the true present in the essay. Maybe I still don’t know how to talk about a life with greater happiness. ‖ BRIDGET POTTER was born in Brompton-on-Swale, Yorkshire, and came to the United States as a teenager in 1958. She spent the first forty years of her career in television, beginning as a secretary, then as a producer and an executive, including fifteen years as senior vice president of original programming at HBO. In 2007 she earned a BA in cultural anthropology from Columbia University. This year she will complete an MFA in nonfiction, also from Columbia, where she has been an instructor in the University Writing Program. She is currently working on her first book, a memoir / social history of the 1960s, from which her essay ―Lucky Girl‖ is adapted. PATRICIA SMITH is the author of five books of poetry, including Blood Dazzler, chronicling the tragedy of Hurricane Katrina, which was a finalist for the 2008 National Book Award, and Teahouse of the Almighty, a National Poetry Series selection. Her work has appeared in Poetry, The Paris Review, TriQuarterly, and The Best American Poetry 2011. She is a Pushcart Prize winner and a four-time individual champion of the National Poetry Slam, the most successful poet in the competition’s history. RESHMA MEMON YAQUB wouldn’t even be fit to write a grocery list were it not for her guardian editors. Her stories owe many glorious plot twists to Zain, eleven, and Zach, seven. Ditto their dad (Amer) and grandparents (Ali, Razia, Muhammad, Nasreen). Costars: Sophie, Sana, Yousef, and Maryam. Miss Yaqub lives in Bethesda, Maryland. Her next project is an investigation into the whereabouts (行踪) of two missing people: Mr. Right and Ms. Memoir Literary Agent. 46. Which of the following won the Shirley Jackson Award? A. Best Buddhist Writing 2006. C. Mother Jones. 47. What is ―Long Distance‖ mainly about? A. The true happiness in the writer’s present life. B. Nature worship, Buddhism and ecology. C. The whereabouts of two missing people. D. The author ’s past life experience. 48. When did the author of ―Lucky Girl‖ come to the United States? A. In 1958. B. In 2007. C. In 2010. D. In 2013. 49. Who is the most successful poet in the competition’s history? A. BRIDGET POTTER. C. PATRICIA SMITH. B. KATY BUTLER. D. VICTOR LAVALLE. B. Teahouse of the Almighty. D. Big Machine.

C Strawberry (草莓) fields dotted with hunched-over workers picking and packaging, then

pushing the delicate red fruit to waiting trucks — it is a typical winter scene embedded in the patchwork of homes and farms that make up eastern Hillsborough County. That scene is changing, though, as the labor pool shrinks and technology comes knocking. Wish Farms owner Gary Wishnatzki and his engineer partner Bob Pitzer are banking on technology. As strawberry season wrapped up in February, their driverless strawberry-picking machine drove into the fields for some test runs. The results were impressive and enlightening (有启迪作用 的), Wishnatzki said. For some three years now, farmers have been forced to abandon millions of dollars worth of strawberries in fields, mostly in Hillsborough and Manatee counties, because they lacked laborers, industry experts say. The problem has been just as serious in California, Arizona and other farm communities. The reasons for the shrinking worker pool are numerous. Migrant(移民)workers who have picked the fields for years are aging. Young adults in migrant families already in the United States are getting better educations and have more choices these days, including the construction industry, which again is on the upswing. Stricter security is allowing fewer undocumented workers to cross the border from Mexico. And Mexicans are having much smaller families now — just over two

children per family, compared with 7.3 per family in 1960, according to a Pew Hispanic Center report released in 2012. And since Mexico’s economy bounced back faster than that of the U.S., more Mexicans have been able to find work closer to home, according to the study. ―We came up with a concept we perceive as a necessity,‖ Wishnatzki said. ―The labor pool has been shrinking for over 10 years now. It has been pretty harmful.‖ So in 2012, he and Pitzer formed their partnership, Harvest CROO Robotics, to develop a mechanical picker. The Harvest CROO design has multiple picking heads that will move across a field, picking 25 acres over a three-day period, the typical time for picking fruit as it ripens. It has a ―vision system‖ to distinguish between red and green strawberries and is able to get under the leaves to find and pick the ripe berries. Picking strawberries is nothing like using a combine on a corn field, coming through and thrashing down the plants. Strawberries are delicate and ripen in various intervals, which Harvest

CROO is taking into account in developing its machine. A strawberry-picking machine will never completely replace the need for human labor in the fields, Wishnatzki said, but if the machines can supplement(补充)labor enough to keep the industry profitable, he and Pitzer will have met their goal. 50. Which of the following describes the typical winter scene of eastern Hillsborough County? A. Farmers work hard on a corn field. B. Workers pick and package strawberries. C. Scientists test machines in strawberry fields. D. Farmers operate strawberry-picking machines. 51. The mechanical picker is introduced due to ______. A. the labor shortage C. the aging of the local population B. the market demand D. the new concept of farming

52. Which of the following statements about Mexicans is true according to the passage? A. Mexicans like to find jobs far away from home. B. There are more Mexican laborers than needed in Arizona. C. Security regulations now make it easier to employ Mexicans. D. Young people from migrant Mexican families now have access to more career choices. 53. The ―vision system‖ is designed to ______. A. take pictures C. find the ripe berries B. locate leaves D. help the color-blind

54. The goal of developing the strawberry-picking machine is to ______. A. get rid of human labor C. show the power of robots B. help farmers make money D. compete with the corn industry

D ―Men get all the breaks!‖ the veteran (老练的) teacher announced to me. A cold greeting. Her stare stabbed like an icicle (冰柱). ―Hello,‖ I countered, extending my hand. ―I guess we’ll be teaching together this year.‖ ―I swear, all you have to do is wear pants and walk into an elementary school and they hire you! It makes me sick!‖ I would have responded, but she turned her back to me and stomped off

down the hall. Who would have imagined that the biggest challenge I would face during my first year on the job would not be students, but fellow teachers? ―You can’t put that there!‖ Another teacher burst into my classroom. ―You can’t put the teacher’s desk at the back of the room!‖ ―Pardon?‖ ―If you put your desk way back there, you won’t be able to see them cheating!‖ Next I was told I must not arrange student desks into abutting clusters because ―the students might talk too much.‖ At home my wife kept assuring me, ―You’re there for the kids. When you meet your students, things will be different.‖ And she was right. One day the bell rang and there were thirty-five wonderful sixth graders sitting at their desks (still arranged in clusters) and it was different. I was happy. ―Welcome to sixth grade.‖ I began the year as I’d rehearsed for months. ―You’ll notice,‖ I continued, ―my desk is at the back of the room.‖ They chuckled. ―I don’t want that desk between us. I want to be involved in your learning and involved in your lives.‖ In the days that followed, I ate with my students at lunch (―Wilcox shouldn’t do that!‖); I played with my students at recess (―That’s unheard of!‖); I read with my students in the library (―He’s wasting time!‖); I even stayed after school with some boys who got in trouble with the principal (―He’s undermining the school’s entire discipline program!‖). I went home to my wife. ―Don’t worry,‖ she said. ―They’re just threatened by you because you’re new and you’re good. Let the other teachers know you’re not a threat. Just keep being nice to them.‖ Obediently, I pulled out the Golden Rule, dusted it off, and vowed to start again. As I did with the children, I started looking for specific, positive things I could build upon and reinforce sincerely in my colleagues: ―Nice job on the announcements this morning!‖ ―Wow! I like that worksheet you made up.‖ ―Man, your kids walked down the hall so quietly.‖ ―I heard your class singing great songs. You do a super job with music!‖ ―I like your bulletin board,‖ I said to Mrs. Icicle Eyes. ―Really?‖ she asked. ―It’s just the same old thing I put up every year.‖ She reached out and

straightened a sagging border. Then, not unlike one of my students, she added, ―Do you really like it?‖ ―Yes,‖ I answered firmly. As sure as sun beams, the Golden Rule was shining, and things were finally warming up. That very afternoon, a few parents went to the principal’s office asking if their sixth graders could be moved into my class. Of course the students were not transferred, but when the grapevine circulated the request, up went the old barbed wire fence. Complete with machine guns. I continued to do the best job I could. I worked. I taught. I cared. I waited for a breakthrough moment. Months passed. It was lunch recess. I asked a boy walking down the hall. ―Have you seen Mrs. So-and-So?‖ I was, in fact, searching for Mrs. Icicle Eyes. I needed to consult with her. Grinning, he came toward me as if sharing a secret. ―She’s outside shooting baskets with the girls!‖ ―She’s playing basketball with the girls?‖ I asked incredulously. ―Yeah,‖ he nodded. I smiled. I didn’t say another word. But my smile inside was even bigger than the one on my face. 55. In the veteran teacher’s eyes, the writer got the teaching job because ______. A. he was a man C. he was experienced B. he wore pants D. he enjoyed teaching

56. The underlined sentences in Paragraph 11 are probably the comments from ______. A. the principal C. the writer’s colleagues B. the writer’s wife D. the students’ parents

57. The writer’s wife thought that his colleagues felt threatened because ______. A. he hung around with students C. he ignored their advice 58. What was the Golden Rule the writer followed? A. He should encourage the students as much as possible. B. He should separate his colleagues into friends and enemies. C. He should adopt a positive attitude toward his teaching career. D. He should learn to appreciate the shining points in people around him. B. he was a competitive newcomer D. he was an impolite coworker

59. What happened when a few parents asked the principal to move their children into the writer’s class? A. The colleagues became defensive and were ready to attack him. B. The school built fences to ensure the safety of the students. C. The students were immediately moved into his class. D. The school used weapons to protect the children. 60. Why did the writer smile inside when he heard of ―Mrs. Icicle Eyes‖ playing basketball with students? A. She became interested in sports to amuse him. B. She got closer to students under his influence. C. He could not put his feelings into words. D. He discovered a secret of hers.

第二节:下面文章中有 5 个段落需要添加首句(第 61~65 题) 。请从以下选项(A、B、C、 D、E 和 F)中选出适合各段落的首句,并在答题纸上将相应选项的标号涂黑。选项中有一 项是多余选项。 A. Be totally engaged. B. Structure your free time. C. Learn to enjoy your work. D. Concentrate on one activity. E. Avoid working with unhappy colleagues. F. Look for a job where you have some control.

Five Simplification Steps to Experiencing Happiness Happiness is never a permanent condition; it is made up of individual conditions that give rise to happiness. The Hungarian-American psychologist Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi calls this condition ―flow‖: becoming so absorbed in an activity that nothing else seems to matter. You cannot manufacture happiness — but you can prepare the soil for happiness to grow. Researchers have found the following five qualifications in their studies of happy people. 61. ______ Your working environment has a major influence on your experience of happiness. If

you are surrounded by staff who grumble and have a negative attitude, it will be much more difficult for you to experience flow than it would be on a harmonious team. Identify clearly which people in your working environment suffer from chronic unhappiness and might infect you with it on an unconscious level. Keep a greater distance from those people or ask for a transfer. 62. ______ People who have to devote their attention to several activities at once are unable to get into the flow. You will be able to experience those moments of happiness only when you engage in an activity with your whole being. 63. ______ People who experience flow have managed to turn the restrictions of their working environment into opportunities. They see themselves as the criterion (标准) for their quality. Recognition from others or money they earn recede into the background. Among the people who Csikszentmihalyi discovered to be experiencing the greatest degree of happiness, there was a very simple worker in a steel mill who was popular with everyone on account of his specialized knowledge and willingness to help. 64. ______ People who feel like victims and don’t live but ―are lived‖ lose their ability to enjoy themselves even if their work is exemplary. So change your job, even if the new one doesn’t pay as well or is less prestigious (有声望的) . People who find happiness in their work will work so well that sooner or later they will profit, even on the level of money and prestige. 65. ______ Astonishingly, work is easier to enjoy than free time. Working life includes goals, rules, and challenges. On the other hand, free time is unstructured and it takes effort to organize it in such a way as to make it enjoyable. So don’t be reluctant to plan your free time and structure it deliberately. People who don’t waste their free time have a more positive awareness of life; they live longer and they are less often sick. However, people who spend their time at work looking forward eagerly to going home and to the weekend seldom experience flow. Only 18% of all those questioned by Csikszentmihalyi experienced flow in the context of free time, and in almost all cases where they did, it was in the context of an organized hobby.

非选择题部分 (共 40 分) 注意事项: 用黑色字迹的签字笔或钢笔将答案写在答题纸上,不能在试题卷上作答。 第三部分:写作(共两节,满分 40 分)

第一节:短文改错(共 10 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 10 分) 下面短文中有 10 处语言错误。请在有错误的地方增加、删除或修改某个单词。 增加:在缺词处加一个漏字符号(∧) ,并在其下面写上该加的词。 删除:把多余的词用斜线(\)划掉。 修改:在错的词下划一横线,并在该词下面写上修改后的词。 注意:1. 每处错误及其修改均仅限一词; 2. 只允许修改 10 处,多者(从第 11 处起)不计分。

例如: It was very nice to get your invitation to spend ∧ weekend with you. Luckily the I was completely free then, so I’ll to say ―yes‖. I’ll arrive in Bristol at around 8 :00 p.m. am in Friday evening. on Bailey is an only child, and first boy born into a family that was accustomed to raise girls. He has grandparents who love to buy his ―boy‖ toys and spoil him like crazy. Bailey is fortunate enough to have multiple gaming system and more toy cars than someone he knows. He has always been kind-hearted and generously with older kids and has never had a problem inviting them to join his fun. However, when it came to younger kids, he falls short. He get easily frustrated when they play with his favorite toy cars or fail to understanding how to play his video games with. 第二节:书面表达(满分 30 分) 假设你是李越,请给张老师(Mr. / Ms. Zhang)写一封 100 ~ 120 个词的英文信。根据你的 情况,告诉老师你希望在英语写作方面得到帮助。你可以希望老师着重纠正语言错误,也可 以希望老师在作文结构方面给予指导,并说明你的理由。 注意:1. 信的抬头与落款已给出(不计入词数) ; 2. 不得以任何形式透露地区、学校、姓名等真实信息。否则,视为考试作弊。 Dear Mr. / Ms. Zhang, _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________

_______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ ____________________ Yours sincerely, Li Yue

英语参考答案
第一部分(30 分) 第一节 (10 分,每小题 0.5 分) 1. B 8. C 15. D 2. C 9. D 16. D 3. C 10. B 17. A 4. D 11. B 18. B 5. A 12. D 19. A 6. A 13. B 20. D 7. A 14. C

第二节 (20 分,每小题 1 分) 21. D 28. C 35. B 22. A 29. A 36. A 23. C 30. D 37. D 24. A 31. B 38. C 25. B 32. C 39. A 26. D 33. C 40. B 27. B 34. D

第二部分 (50 分,每小题 2 分)

41. C 48. A 55. A 62. D

42. C 49. C 56. C 63. C

43. B 50. B 57. B 64. F

44. A 51. A 58. D 65. B

45. C 52. D 59. A

46. D 53. C 60. B

47. D 54. B 61. E

第三部分(40 分) 第一节 (10 分,每小题 1 分) Bailey is an only child, and ∧ first boy born into a family that was accustomed to raise girls. the raising

He has grandparents who love to buy his ―boy‖ toys and spoil him like crazy. Bailey is fortunate him enough to have multiple gaming system and more toy cars than someone he knows. He has systems anyone

always been kind-hearted and generously with older kids and has never had a problem inviting generous them to join his fun. However, when it came to younger kids, he falls short. He get easily comes gets

frustrated when they play with his favorite toy cars or fail to understanding how to play his video understand games with.

第二节: 书面表达 (30 分) One possible student version: Dear Mr. / Ms. Zhang, I’m writing to let you know that I need your help with my English writing. As is known to all, grammar plays a very important part in language communication. But I feel that I have problems with my grammar. I’m afraid that I’m not able to identify the specific errors on my own. I’d be grateful if you could point out and correct my grammar errors. What’s more, I’m used to the Chinese way of thinking, which keeps me from organizing my ideas in a proper way. I was wondering if you could also help me improve the structure of my writing. I’m looking forward to making great progress under your instructions. Thank you in advance!

Yours sincerely, Li Yue 一、评分原则 1.本题总分为 30 分,按 5 个档次给分。 2.先根据文章的内容和语言初步确定其所属档次,然后以该档次的要求来衡量、确定 或调整,最后给分。 3.应注意的主要方面为:内容要点、应用词汇和语法结构的丰富性和准确性以及上下 文的连贯性。 4.词数少于 100,从总分中酌情扣分,最多扣 2 分。 5.拼写与标点符号是语言准确性的一个方面,应视其对交际的影响程度予以考虑。英、 美拼写及词汇用法均可接受。 6. 若书写较差,以至影响交际,将分数降低一个档次。 二、内容要点 1. 说明写信目的与背景; 2. 提出希望,并说明理由。

三、各档次的给分范围和要求 第五档(25~30 分) 完成试题规定的全部任务。 ·覆盖所有内容要点; ·应用了较多的语法结构和词汇; ·语法结构或词汇方面有些许错误,但为尽量使用较复杂结构或较高级词汇所致; 具备较强的语言应用能力; ·有效地使用了语句间的连接成分,使全文结构紧凑; ·完全达到了预期的写作目的。 第四档(19~24 分) 完成试题规定的主要任务。 ·覆盖所有主要内容; ·应用的语法结构和词汇能满足任务的要求; · 语法结构或词汇方面应用基本准确, 些许错误主要是因尝试较复杂语法结构或词

汇所致; ·应用简单的语句间连接成分,使全文结构紧凑; ·达到了预期的写作目的。 第三档(13~18 分) 完成试题规定的部分任务。 ·虽漏掉一些内容,但覆盖部分主要内容; ·应用的语法结构和词汇能满足任务的要求; ·有一些语法结构或词汇方面的错误,但不影响理解; ·应用简单的语句间连接成分,使全文内容连贯; ·整体而言,基本达到了预期的写作目的。 第二档(7~12 分) 未恰当完成试题规定的任务。 ·漏掉或未描述清楚一些主要内容,写了一些无关内容; ·语法结构单调、词汇有限; ·有一些语法结构或词汇方面的错误,影响了对写作内容的理解; ·较少使用语句间的连接成分,内容缺少连贯性; ·信息未能清楚地传达给读者。 第一档(1~6 分) 未完成试题规定的任务。 ·明显遗漏主要内容,写了一些无关内容,原因可能是未理解试题要求; ·语法结构单调、词汇有限; ·较多语法结构或词汇方面的错误,影响对写作内容的理解; ·缺乏语句间的连接成分,内容不连贯; ·信息未能传达给读者。 0分 未能传达给读者任何信息:内容太少,无法评判;写的内容均与所要求内容无关或 所写内容无法看清。


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