高三英语第二次月考

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高三英语第二次月考

陕西汉中龙岗学校高三英语月考卷编号:02姓名:班级:编写:邱洪杰编写日期:201*-9-24

201*-201*上学期高三第二次月考英语试题

第一部分:英语知识运用(共四节,满分55分)第一节语音知识(共5小题:每小题1分,满分5分)

从每小题的A、B、C、D四个选项中,找出其划线部分与所给单词的划线部分读音相同的选项,并在答题卡上将该选项涂黑。

1.capsuleA.albumB.influenceC.tuneD.unusual2.observeA.photographB.composerC.complexD.adopt3.lung

A.angerB.conclusionC.strangerD.bronchitis4.rarelyA.diet

B.questionnaireC.unhealthyD.genius5.aboardA.aspectB.alien

C.dangerD.burglary第二节情景对话(共5小题:每小题1分,满分5分)

根据对话情景和内容,从对话后所给的选项中选出能填入每一空白处的最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该选项涂黑。选项中有两个为多余选项。Hello.I‘mcallingabouttheapartmentyouadvertised.Yes.__6__I‘minterestedinaonebedroomapartment.Doyouhaveanyavailable?__7__Whendoyouneedit?Sometimearoundnextweek.Whatcanyoutellmeaboutthisapartment?__8__Themonthlyrentis$650,witha$300securitydeposit.__9__MayIcomeovertomorrowtotakealook?Sure.Whattimewouldyouliketocome?__10__Good.MayIhaveyourname,please?MynameisBlanca.

Blanca.I‘llseeyoutomorrow.

A.No,Ihaveanotherone

B.Well,it‘saonebedroomapartment.C.It‘skindofyouD.Howabout10a.m.?E.Yes.Ihaveone.

F.Whatkindsofapartmentsdoyouprefer?G.Soundsgood.

第三节语法和词汇知识(共15小题;每小题1分,满分15分)

从每小题的A.B.C.D四个选项中,选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该选项涂黑。

11.Themomentthecatheardthemicenoises,itofthedoor.A.make,rushedoutB.making,rushingoutC.make,rushingoutD.making,rushedout

12.Thenaughtyboytomethatthehentherejustnowhadtwoeggsthedaybefore.A.laid,laid,laidB.1ied,lying,laidC.1ied,laid,lainD.1aid,lay,lain13.一I‘dliketotakeaweek‘sholiday.一.We‘retoobusy.

A.Don‘tworryB.Don‘tmentionitC.PardonmeD.Forgetit14.Wespentadayinthecountry,pickingwildflowers.thecarfullofflowerswewenthome.A.AfterB.AsC.OnD.With

15.Itisquiteimpossibleforchildrentodoworkinaday.A.suchlittle,suchmuchB.sofew,somuchC.suchfew,somuchD.sofew,solittle16.一ThisispictureItoldyouabout.一Isee.Isn‘titbeautifulone?

A.a,aB.a,theC.the,theD.the,a

17.TuantuanandYuanyuanarethenamesgiventothetwopandashavingbeensenttoTaiwan.A.commonlyB.officiallyC.personallyD.generally18.一WhatwillhappentothechildrenifJimandMary?一Idon‘tknowbutIthinkit‘sareallyterriblething.

A.breakdownB.breakoutC.breakupD.breakin

19.IsentmyAmericane-palane-maillastweek,andhereplied,whichIhadn‘texpected.A.innotimeB.atonetimeC.atatimeD.insometime20.Wouldyoulikesomethingsweetorsour?---_________.

A.IhaveatoothacheB.IhaveasweettoothC.ImakeasweetD.Yes,thanks21.Atthattimetheycouldnotproduce______computer,letalonehigh-gradeones.A.normalB.ordinaryC.popularD.public22.Thestudents______intheexamwillbestrictlypunishedinourschool.A.caughtcheating

B.catchescheatedC.caughtcheatD.catchingcheating

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23._____inthedark,hisheadhitagainstatree.A.Walking

B.HewaswalkingC.WalkedD.Whenhewaswalking

24.ThetraintoXi‘anwas_toarriveat9,butitwasanhourlatebecauseofthebadweather.

A.sure

B.likely

C.supposed

D.certain

25.Thepopulationinthedevelopmentzoneabout130,000,70%ofwhichyoung.A.is;is

B.are;is

C.is;are

D.are;are

第四节完形填空(共20小题:每小题1.5分,满分30分)

阅读下面短文,从短文后各题的ABCD四个选项中,选出合适填入对应空白处的最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该选项涂黑。

LeonardodaVincibeganpaintingtheMonaLisain1503.Hewasworking26aspecialpaintingforachurchatthattime27thechurchpaintingwasnot28well.AnItalianbusinessmanaskeddaVincitopaintapictureofhissecond29.Thisisthewomanwho30beseenintheMonaLisa.

Allinall,theMonaLisaisaverygoodexampleofdaVinci‘s31anditsatisfiedthehusband.daVinciused32andlightinaclever33inthepainting.daVincilovedscienceand34.RightawayapersoncanseethatthereisalotofgeometryintheMonaLisa.ThefaceoftheMonaLisaismadeofmanycirclesand35shapeslike36Evenher37canbeseenasasmallpartofalargecircle.Thewomaninthe38issittingonabalconyand39canbeseenbehindher.daVincilovedtostudyrockssothesecanbeseen40inhisotherpaintings.Thewomanissittingwithherknees41theside.Herheadisturnedtolookoutofthepainting.Herhandsare42togetherinfrontofher.Thiswayof43isnowusedbymany44when45.LeonardodaVinciisaremarkablemaster.26.A.upB.in

C.on

D.about27.A.but

B.thusC.howeverD.so28.A.doingB.going

C.makingD.working29.A.servantB.daughterC.nurseD.wife30.A.mustB.shouldC.mightD.can31.A.works

B.jobsC.novels

D.photos32.A.heavinessB.blackC.darknessD.oils33.A.way

B.pictureC.hand

D.eye34.A.chemistryB.mathsC.geographyD.biology35.A.square

B.round

C.long

D.egg

36.A.ballsB.sticksC.vasesD.boxes37.A.smileB.shout

C.cryD.anger38.A.churchB.paintingC.sofa

D.house39.A.trees

B.buildings

C.mountains

D.flowers40.A.byandbyB.hereandthereC.overandoverD.upanddown41.A.on

B.by

C.to

D.beyond42.A.caughtB.heldC.supportedD.hung43.A.paintingB.living

C.smilingD.sitting44.A.women

B.actresses

C.girls

D.models

45.A.theyarebeingpaintingB.painting

C.beingpainted

D.theyhavepainted

第二部分:阅读理解(共两节,满分40分)第一节(共15小题;每小题2分,满分30分)

阅读些列四篇短文,从每小题后所给的A、B、C、D四个选项中,选出你最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该选项涂黑。

A

PrinceWilliamwasbornonJune21,1982,theeldestsonofDiana,PrincessofWales,andCharles,PrinceofWales.

WilliamattendedMrs.Mynor‘sNurserySchoolinWestLondon(1985-87),WetherbySchoolinKensington,London(1987-90),andLudgroveSchoolinWorkingham(1990-95).In1995,attherequirementofhisgrandfather,theDukeofEdinburgh,PrinceWilliamenteredEtonCollege,oneofEngland‘smostwell-knownmiddleschools.Hewasaseriousstudentwithexcellentgrades,andhealsodidverywellinsportsatEton,especiallyswimming.Withhisfatherandbrother,heenjoysoutdoorsports,includingriding,skiingandfishing.

Becauseofhisparents‘divorcein1996andhismother‘sdeathin1997,thetallandhandsomeyoungWilliamhasstatedhisdislikeforthepressinpublic,andseemsuncomfortablewiththegrowingattentionheisgettingfromgirls.Williamgivestheimpressionofbeingawell-mannered,responsibleandmature(成熟的)youngman.UponhisgraduationfromEton,WilliamtookabreakfromhisstudiestovisitSouthAmericaandAfrica.HethenattendedScotland‘sSt.Andrew‘sUniversity,wherehereceivedadegreeingeographyin201*.

AsthepossiblefuturekingofEngland,William‘spersonallifehasbeenthesubjectofmuchmediaattention.HehadbeeninlovewithKateMiddleton;theymetwhileattendingSt.Andrew‘s

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University.Rumors(谣言)ofapossibleengagement(订婚)werearoundthepairformonths,butthecouplesaidthattheywerebreakingupinApril201*.46.Whatisthebeattitleforthispassage?

A.AbriefintroductiontoPrinceWilliam.B.PrinceWilliam‘sschoollife.

C.ThefuturekingofEngland.D.PrinceWilliamasacommonyoungman.47.HowmanyschoolsarementionedinthepassagebesidesSt.Andrew‘sUniversity?

A.3

B.4

C.5

D.6

48.Accordingtothepassage,peopleDON’TconsiderPrinceWilliamasayoungman.

A.good-looking

B.mature

C.rude

D.responsible

49.Accordingtothepassage,whichofthefollowingisNOTtrue?

A.DianaisthePrincessofWales.

B.WilliamwenttoMrs.Mynor‘sNurserySchoolin1985.C.EtonCollegeisaveryfamousmiddleschool.

D.PrinceWilliamwasengagedtoKateMiddletonin201*.

B

Thesmallunframedpaintingcalled―Fishman‖wassignedbyalittle-knownItalianartist,Maveleone(1669-1740).WhenitwassoldrecentlyinNewYorkfor$27,000,theseller,Mr.OliverPitt,wasaskedtoexplainhowthepicturehadcomeintohispossession.Pittsaid,―Ididn‘tknowitwassovaluable.I‘mnotanartexpert.Photographyismyhobby.IboughtFisherman‘inItalyin1970for$140.Thepicturewasdirty,andIcouldseetheartist‘ssignature.Butanywayitwasn‘tthepicturethatIliked.Iboughtitbecauseoftheframe.

―it‘samostunusualframe,madeoftiny,silversea-shells(贝壳).Theyaresetinsuchawaythattheyreflect(反射)perfectlightontothesurfaceofapicture.Inowhaveaphotographofmywifeinthatframe,andI‘llneverpartwithit.

―WhenIreturnedtoNewYorkIshowedthepaintinginitsframetoacustomsofficer.ItoldhimthatIhadpaid$140foritbutadmittedIdidn‘tknowitsactualworth.Thecustomsmanvalueditat$140,andIwasaskedtopaydutyonthatvalue.Ididso,thereandthen.

―Later,Itookofftheframe,andthatuncoveredMaveleone‘ssignature.Mywifesuggestedinfunthatthepaintingmightbeavaluableone;soIcleaneditandputitupforsale.‖

Asaresultofthisexplanation,OliverPitthadtoappearincourt.Hewasaccused(指控)ofknowinglymakingafalsestatementofthevalueofapicturesoastocheattheCustomsDepartment.

Pittwasnothappy,―ItoldthetruthasIknewthen,‖hesaid.―WhatelsecouldIsay?‖

Andthenthejudgeagreedwithhim.―TheCustomsDepartmentisresponsible(toblame),‖hesaid,―formakingatruevaluationofgoodsbroughtintothecountry,sothatthecorrectamountofdutymaybecharged.Mr.Pittdidnotcauseortrytocausethemistakethatwasmade.Hepaidthedutythatwasdemanded.If,now,theCustomsDepartmentfindsthatitsvaluationwasnotcorrect,itcannotbeallowedtohaveanothertry.Pittisnotguilty(有罪).‖50.WhenOliverPittboughtthepicture____A.itwasunframed

B.MaveleonesignedthedealC.hesuggestedthatitwasvaluableD.itwastheframetheattractedhim.

51.Pittmetthecustomsofficer____wheretheofficerwasemployedto____.A.attherailwaystationorairport;examinepeople‘sbaggageB.attheairportorport;examinepeople‘sbaggage.C.atthebusstoporport;helppeopleentertheUSA.D.attheairportorport;helppeopleentertheUSA.

52.FromthepassagewecaninferthatifMaveleonhadbeenawell-knownartist____A.thepaintingwouldhavecostmuchmorethan$140B.hewouldn‘thavesoldhispaintingatsuchalowprice.

C.thecustomsofficerwouldhavevaluedthepaintingat$140orless.D.Pittwouldn‘thavehadtheintentiontobuyanyofhispaintings.53.Whichofthefollowingstatementsistruetothestory?Intheend____A.PittwasaskedtopaythecorrectamountofdutyB.PittsoldtheframeofthepaintingatanevenhigherpriceC.theCustomsDepartmenthadnorighttorevaluethepainting.D.Pitt‘swifewasregardedasanexpertbecauseofherwisesuggestion

CWhat‘sOn

Stage

Anacrobatic(杂技)soul:Tocelebrateits55thanniversary,theChinaAcrobaticTroupewillpresent―TheSoulofChina‖,wheretheseeminglyimpossibleismadereal.Chills(寒战)willrundownyourspine(脊柱)asyouwatchbreathlesslyasperformerstaketheirartandtheirbodiestotheedge.

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Time:7:30p.m.,September1319

Place:CapitalTheatre,22WangfujingDajie,DongchengDistrictExhibitions

Jointshow:AgroupinkpaintingexhibitionisrunningattheHuangshichengArtGalleryinBeijing.About50worksby25youngartistsincludingGeYunandYuYangareondisplay.

Time:9a.m.5p.m.untilSeptember10

Place:HuangshichengGallery,136NanchiziDajie,DongchengDistirct

Oilpaintings:TheWanfungArtGallerywillhostajointshowofoilpaintingsby10youngandmiddle-agedartists.Ondisplayaremorethan30oftheirlatestworks,whichcapture(捕捉)hewonderousvarietyoflifeinunique(独特的)styles.

Time:9a.m.4p.m.untilSeptember15Place:136NanchiziStreet,DongchengDistrict

Literature(文学)museum:TheNationalMuseumofModernChineseLiteratureoffersanin-depthstudyoftheevolutionofChinesecontemporaryliteraturefrom1919to1949.

Time:9a.m.4p.m.,September13

Place:45AnyuanDonglu,ChaoyangDistrict(Shaoyaojuarea)

BelgiumOrchestra(管弦乐队):LaPetiteBande,theBaroqueOrchestraofBelgium,willperforminBeijingattheGrandTheatreoftheCulturalPalaceofNationalitiesaspartofactivitiesacrosstheworldtocommemorate(纪念)the250thanniversaryofBach‘sdeath.

Time:7:30p.m.September1114

Place:GrandTheatreoftheCulturalPalaceofNationalities54.Whatdoyouthinkoftheacrobaticshowmentionedhere?

A.Whenyouwatchit,youwillcertainlyfeelcold

B.Somethingstrangewillpuzzleeveryone,includingscientists.C.UnexpectedthingswillmakeyouexcitedandsurprisedD.Eventhebravestoneswillbetoofrightenedtogoonwatching

55.SupposeitisSeptember14today,howmanyactivitiescanpeoplechoosetoattend?

A.2B.3C.4D.556.Onthewhole,wecanconclude_____________.

A.peopleinBeijingprefermodernculturetosomethingtraditional

B.thereareusuallymoreculturalactivitiesinSeptemberthaninanyothermonthC.mostoftheculturalactivitiesinBeijingareforforeignvisitorsonly

D.wecanenjoyalargevarietyofculturalactivitiesinBeijing

D

April15thisatax(税)dayforAmericans.Itisthelastdaytopayfederal(联邦的)incometaxesfortheyearbefore.Mosttaxpayershaveenoughincometaxescollectedallyearlongthroughtheiremployers.Sotheydonotowemuchmore.Infact,mostgetsomemoneyback.

Incometaxratesincreaseasincomeincreases.Peoplewhoearnedmorethanthreehundrednineteenthousanddollarslastyearhadthehighestrate,thirty-fivepercent.Buttherearedifferentwaysforpeopletoreducetheirincometaxes.

Theconstitution(宪法)givescongress(国会)thepowertobuildfederaltaxes.Stateandlocalgovernmentscanalsotax.Buttheideaofnationaltaxestooktime.In1790congresspassedataxonWhiskeyandotheralcoholicdrinks.FarmersinwesternPennsylvaniawhoproducedalcoholrefusedtopay.Theyattackedofficialsandburnedthehomeofataxcollector.

GeorgeWashington,American‘sfirstpresident,gatheredthearmy.Thesoldiersputdowntheso-calledWhiskeyRebellionof1794.Itwasoneofthefirsttimesthatthegovernmentuseditspowertomakesureafederallawwithinastate.

Atfirst,theUnitedStatesgovernmentcollectedmostofitsmoneythroughtariffs,whicharetaxesonforeigntrade.Then,inthelate1800s,congressbegantotaxthemoneythatpeopleearnedthroughtheirjobs.

TheSupremeCourtwasagainstthepersonalincometaxasunconstitutional.Sothestateschangedtheconstitution.In1930theypassedthesixteenthamendment(修正案).Itgivescongressthepowertocollecttaxesonpersonalincomes.

In201*,personalincometaxprovidedthegovernmentwiththirtysevenpercentofitsmoney,andincometaxonbusinessprovidedsixpercent.

57.WhichofthefollowingtaxesisNOTmentionedinthepassage?A.TaxesonbusinessB.Taxesonincomes

C.TaxesonalcoholmakingD.Taxesonhouseselling

58.WhydidthestatesdecidedtochangetheConstituteaccordingtothepassage?

A.BecausetheSupremeCourtaskedthemtodoso.B.Becausetheywantedtocollectpersonalincometax.

C.BecausetheywantedtolimitthepoweroftheSupremeCourt.D.Becausetheywantedtoincreaseforeigntradetaxrates.

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59.WhichofthefollowingisNOTtrueaccordingtothepassage?

A.BoththestateandlocalgovernmentsinAmericahavetherighttotax.

B.Before1800,mostAmericangovernment‘staxmoneycamefromtaxesonalcoholicdrinks.C.Personalincometaxhasbecomeanimportanttaxinthestates.

D.Ifyouhaven‘tpaidfederalincometaxesfor201*beforeApril15,youmaybreaktaxlaw.60.Whatdoestheunderlinedsentence―Buttheideaofnational……‖inparagraph3mean?

A.Ittookalongtimetorealizetheideaofnationaltaxes.B.Everyyearittakesalongtimetocollectnationaltaxes.

C.Thestateswerenotsurewhethertheyshouldcollectnationaltaxes.D.Foralongtimepeopledidn‘tknowwhatnationaltaxeswere.

第二节(共5小题;每小题2分,满分10分)

根据短文内容,从下框A~F选项中选出能概括每段主题的最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该选项涂黑。选项中有一项为多余项。

A.TobeseenandnoticedbytheleadersB.LearnandusenewskillsC.DowhatyouaresupposedtodoD.GetusefulinformationandadviceE.LookforsomeonetoguideyouF.Keepitinmind:workhard61._________________

Keepinmindthatthosewhoplayalotandhardcanlosebutthosewhoplaysmartwillalwayswintheday.Thesetipswhenemployedwellwillbeyourticketstothetop.Thefirstthingyouneedtodoislookatyourperformance.Areyoudoingwhatyouaresupposedtobedoing?Whenyouknowwhatisexpected,youwillacquireamomentumthatwillleadyoutotherightdirection.Otherwise,thereisnoneedofoutdoingyourselfandotherswhenyouarenotdeliveringtherightresults.

62._____________

Theothertipthatwillmakeyoustandoutfromtherestishardwork.Youneedtodoextraandaskformore.Theworkloadmightbeoverwhelmingbutpromotiononlycomestothosewhoareexcellentordothingsthatareoutoftheordinaryorbeyondexpectation.Youmustemployextreme

dedicationtomakesurethatevenasyouaskformore,youdonotcompromiseonthequalityofworkyoudeliver.

63._____________

Anothertipforpromotionintheworkplaceistohaveapresence.Youmustbeseenatworknotjustbyyourcolleaguesbutbyleadersinyourlineofwork.Takeadvantageofeveryopportunitytointeractandknowthatpeopleontopkeepakeeneyelookingoutforthosewhostandout.

64._______________

Donotbeshytoembracenewskillsandexploreavariety.Promotionsonlycometothosewhoareawarethatthisisadynamicworldthatsmilesonthosewhoarewillingtoadoptnewskills.Devoteyourselftodoingthingsthatareconsideredextraanddonotbeafraidofthis.Thiswillgoalongwayinmakingyouthepersonforconsiderationwhenitcomestopromotionsintheworkplace.

65._______________

Anothertipisgetinformationfirsthandfromthosewhoareontop.Talktothosethathavebeenpromotedinyourorganizationsandseekadvice.Remember,youdonothavetolearnthroughwhattheysaybutcanlearnthroughtheircharacterandhowtheydotheirstuff.Actionwillspeaklouderthanwords.However,youneedtobeawarethatyouaredoingthistomakeyourselfimportantandnottobecomeanotherperson.Oftentimes,manyworkersseekingpromotionwillpretendtobesomethingtheyarenot.

第三部分:写作(共三节,满分55分)

第一节单词拼写(共10小题;每小题1分,满分10分)

根据下列各句句意和空白之后的汉语提示词,在答题卡指定区域的横线上写出对应单词的正确、完整形式,每空只写一词。

66.Whensomethingis_________________(稀缺),itmustbeexpensive.

67.Heisoneofthemostfamous__________________________(当代的)artistsinChina.68.Don‘tcutinwhile_____________________(大人)aretalking.

69.Thepresidentwillcometoourschoolnext_____________________(星期三)。70.IliketoreadChinese________________________(古典的)poetry.

71.Eachofthe____________________________(参加者)cangetabookasareward.

72.Whentheprofessorfinishedhislecture,the____________________(观众)applaudedwarmly.73.Computergamescaneasilygetpeople____________________(上瘾).

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74.Beforetakingthemedicine,you‘dbetterreadthe_______________________(说明)carefullyonthebottle.

75.Issteela________________________(混合物)ofironandothersubstances?

第二节短文改错(共10小题;每小题1.5分,满分15分)

假定英语课上老师要求同桌之间交换修改作文,请你修改你同桌写的以下作文。文中共有10处语言错误,每句中最多有两处。错误涉及一个单词的增加、删除或修改。增加:在缺词处加一个漏词符号(∧),并在其下面写出该加的词。删除:把多余的词用斜线()划掉。

修改:在错的词下划一横线(___),并在该词下面写出修改的词。注意:1.每处错误及修改均仅限一词;

2.只允许修改10处,多者(从第11处起)不计分。

KitesareinventedinChina200yearsago.Theearliestkitesweremadefromwood,whatwereexpensive.Kiteflyingbegantospreadbetweentheordinarypeopleonlyafterpaperwasinventedandthenkitemakingcostlittle.WeifangCityisthebirthplaceofthekites.Nowkiteflyingismore

andmorepopularhere.EveryspringpeopleallovertheworldcometotakepartintheInternationalKiteFestival.Theywouldseebeautifulkitesflyinthesky.Ibelieveyouwillenjoythemselveshere.Ihopeyou‘llgototheFestivaleveryyear.

第三节书面表达(满分30分)

请以―ProtectOurEyesight‖为题,写一篇100字左右的班会课发言稿,说明保护视力的重要性及其主要措施。内容要点如下:

1.重要性:眼睛是心灵的窗口;获取知识的主要渠道;2.现象:越来越多的学生近视眼(nearsighted);

3.措施:注意用眼卫生,看书时间不宜太长;眼睛与书应该保持一定的距离;不在昏暗(dim)角落里或强烈阳光下看书;不在车上或躺在床上看书;每天坚持做眼保健操。要求:

1.短文须写在答题卡的指定区域。2.短文词数不少于100(不含已写好的部分)。3.内容充实,结构完整,语意连贯。4.书写需清晰、工整。

ProtectOurEyesight

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扩展阅读:高三英语第二次月考\x27

201*-201*学年第二次月考高三年级试题

英语学科

命题人:赵曼郭金梅李庆国审题人:苏学增郑纪英

说明:本试卷分第I卷(选择题)和第II卷(非选择题)两部分。满分150分。注意:第I卷用2B或HB铅笔答在机读卡上;

第I卷中第三部分的第二节篇章结构答在答题卷上;第II卷答在答题卷上。时间:120分钟。

第I卷(共115分)

第一部分听力部分(共两节,满分30分)第一节(共5小题;每小题1.5分,满分7.5分)

听下面五段对话。每段对话后有一个小题,从题中所给的A,B,C三个选项中选最佳选项,并标在试卷的相应位置。听完每段对话后,你都有10秒钟的时间来回答有关小题和阅读下一小题。每段对话仅读一遍。

1.Whatdothespeakersneedtobuy?

A.AfewchairsB.AdinnertableC.Afridge2.Wherearethespeakers?

A.InarestaurantB.InahotelC.Inaschool3.Whatdoesthewomanmean?A.Cathywillbeattheparty.B.Cathyistoobusytocome.C.Cathyisgoingtobeinvented.4.Whydoesthewomanplantogototown?A.Topayherbillsinthebank.B.Tobuybooksinabookstore.C.Togetsomemoneyfromthebank.5.Whatisthewomantyingtodo?

A.FinishsomewritingB.PrintanarticleC.Findanewspaper.第二节(共15小题;每小题1.5分,满分22.5分)

听下面五段对话或独白。每段对话或独白后有几小题,从题中所给的A,B,C三个选项中选出最佳选项,并标在试卷的相应位置。听完每段对话或独白前,你将有时间阅读各个小题,每小题5秒钟;听完后,各小题将给出5秒钟的作答时间。每段对话或独白读两遍。请听第6段材料,回答第6至7题。6.Whatisthemandoing?A.Tryingtofindhisseat

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B.Askingforawindowseat.C.Changingseatsontheplane.7.Whatisthewomansseatnumber?A.6AB.7AC.8A请听第7段材料,回答第8至9题。8.WhydoesntthewomantakethegreenT-shirt?A.ItstoosmallB.ItstoodarkC.Itstooexpensive

9.Whatdoesthewomanbuyintheend?A.AyellowT-shirtB.AblueT-shirt

C.ApinkT-shirt

请听第8段材料,回答第10至12题。10.HowlonghasthemanbeeninLondon?

A.OneyearB.AfewyearsC.Acoupleofmonths11.whydidthewomanleaveherhometown?

A.ToleadacitylifeB.ToopenarestaurantC.Tofindajob12.Wheredidthewomancomefrom?

A.LondonB.ArnsideC.Lancaster请听第9段材料,回答第13至16题。13.Whatisadaypack?

A.AboxB.AbagC.Alock14.Whatsurprisesthegirlatschool?A.Alotofdiscussionsinclass.B.TeachersgivinglittlehomeworkC.Fewstudentsaskingquestionsinclass.

15.Atwhattimeoftheschooltermdoestheconversationmostprobablytakeplace?A.AttheendofitB.InthemiddleofitC.Atthebeginningofit

16.Whatdoweknowaboutthegirl?A.Sheisnewtotheschool

B.ShewritesfortheschoolnewspaperC.Sheseldomasksquestionsinclass请听第10段材料,回答第17至20题。17.WhatdoesMr.HenryStonedo?

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A.AbankclerkB.AteacherC.Awriter18.WhatdoesHenrylikedoingatairports?A.WatchingpeopleB.TellingstoriesC.Readingmagazines.

19.WhatdidHenrylearnfromthenewspaperthatday?A.AvaluablesuitcasewasmissingB.AmanstolemoneyfromabankC.Awomanranawayfromhome20.Whywasthewomanattheairport?A.ShewasleavingforGreeceB.ShewasseeingthemanoffC.Shewastravelingonbusiness

你将有两分钟的时间将答案转涂到答题卡上。第二部分:知识运用(共两节,满分45分)

第一节:单项填空(共15小题;每小题1分,满分15分)

从每题所给的A、B、C、D四个选项中,选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。

21.---Wouldyoumindgivingyouradviceonhowtoimproveourstudy?

---Ifyoumake______mostofthetime,therewillbe________riseinyourstudyefficiency.A./;/B.the;aC./;aD.the;/

22.Idliketobuyahouse---modern,comfortable,and_________inaquietneighborhood.

A.inallB.aboveallC.afterallD.atall

23.Thosewhowanttosayanythingmore_________yourhandandthen_______tospeak.

A.rise;raiseB.raise;riseC.raise;raiseD.rise;rise

24.Theoldmanhasasonandtwodaughters,______treatinghimwell,______makeshimsad.

A.noneofthem;whichB.andnoneofwhom;thatC.noneofwhom;whichD.andnoneofthem;that

25.Look!Ifwehadbeguntodotheworkyesterdaymorning,we______ourselvesjustlikethem.

A.wouldhaveenjoyedC.shouldenjoythirstatanytime.A.torun

B.toberun

C.run

D.running

27.Takeawaywhateveryou.

A.belongtoB.belongstoC.belongingtoD.isbelongedto

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B.weretoenjoy

D.wouldbeenjoying

26.Withfoodandwater________short,theexplorerswerefacingthedangerofdyingfromhungerand

28.-Will$1000___________thecostofthetrip?

-Imafraidnot.PerhapsIneedanother$400.

A.pay

B.charge

C.cover

D.afford

29.Sosudden__________thattheenemyhadnotimetoescape.

A.didtheattackB.theattackdidC.wastheattackD.theattackwas30.Thelittlegirlwhogotlostdecidedtoremain_________shewasandwaitforhermother.A.whereB.whatC.howD.who31.PetersjacketlookedjustthesameasJacks,butitcost_________his.

A.asmuchtwiceasB.twiceasmuchasC.muchastwiceasD.astwicemuchas32.Standoverthere_______youwillbeabletoseetheoilpaintingbetter.A.butB.tillC.andD.or

33.Inrecentyearsmanyfootballclubs__________asbusinesstomakeaprofit.A.haverunB.havebeenrunC.hadbeenrunD.willrun34.Undergoodtreatment,sheisbeginningtoandwillsoonrecover.A.pickupB.wakeupC.growupD.showup

35.IthinktheInternetisplayinganimportantroleinourdailylife.Dontyouthinkso?

Yes.______.

A.Greatmindsthinkalike

B.Earlybirdscatchworms

C.FactsspeaklouderthanwordsD.Nopains,nogains第二节完形填空(共20小题:每小题1.5分,共30分)

阅读下面短文,掌握其大意,从每题所给的A、B、C、D四个选项中,选出最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。

MyfriendMichelleisblind,butyoudneverknowit.Shemakessuchgooduseofherother36,includingher"sixthsense",thatsherarelygivestheimpressionthatshe"s37anything.

Michellelooksafterherchildrenprettymuchliketherestofus,38thatshedoesntpushtoohardonthem,39reallybenefitalotfromherrelaxedattitude.Sheknowswhentocleanthehouse,andshemovesaroundsofastthat40oftendon"trealizeshe"sblind.

I41thisthefirsttimeaftermysix-year-olddaughter,Kayla,wenttoplaythere.WhenKaylacamehome,shewasvery42aboutherday.Shetoldmetheyhadbakedcookies,playedgamesanddoneartprojects.Butshewas43excitedaboutherfinger-paintingproject.

“Mom,guesswhat?”saidKayla,allsmiles.“Ilearnedhowto44colorstoday!Blueandredmakepurple,andyellowandbluemakegreen!AndMichelle45withus”.

Tomygreat46,mychildhadlearntaboutcolorfromablindfriend!ThenKaylacontinued,“Michelletoldmemy47showedjoy,prideandasenseofaccomplishment.Shereally48whatIwasdoing!”Kaylasaidshehadneverknownhowgoodfingerpaintsfelt49Michelleshowedherhowtopaintwithoutlookingatherpaper.

IrealizedKayladidn"tknowthatMichellewasblind.Ithadjustnever50inconversation.When

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ItoldmydaughterthatMichellewasblind,shewas51foramoment.Atfirst,shedidn"tbelieveme.“ButMommy,Michelleknewexactlywhatwasinmypicture!”Kayla52.AndIknewmychildwas53becauseMichellehadlistenedtoKayladescribeherartwork.MichellehadalsoheardKayla"s54inherwork.Weweresilentforaminute.ThenKaylasaidslowly,“Youknow,Mommy,Michellereallydidseemypicture.Shejustusedmy55.”

Indeed,sheusesaspecialtypeof“vision”thatallmothershave.36.A.ways37.A.enjoyed38.A.instead39.A.who40.A.children41.A.realized42.A.sad43.A.especially44.A.paint45.A.stayed46.A.excitement47.A.attitude48.A.touched49.A.after50.A.comeup51.A.curious52.A.cried53.A.right

B.meansB.foundB.exceptB.itB.familyB.heardB.satisfiedB.notsoB.drawB.paintedB.colorB.beforeB.turnedoutB.quietB.insistedB.wrong

C.methodsC.missedC.sinceC.sheC.guestsC.recognizedC.excitedC.alittleC.createC.talkedC.pictureC.untilC.referredtoC.puzzledC.complainedC.worriedC.pride

D.sensesD.lostD.butD.whichD.friendsD.witnessedD.enjoyedD.notatallD.mixD.playedD.surpriseD.paperD.understoodD.whenD.talkedaboutD.worriedD.informedD.uncertainD.description

B.encouragementC.delightB.distinguishedC.saw

54.A.shortcomingsB.difficulties

55.A.paperB.pensC.handsD.eyes第三部分:阅读(共两节,满分40分)

第一节.阅读理解(共15小题;每小题2分,满分30分)

阅读下列短文,从每篇短文后所给各题的四个选项(A、B、C和D)中,选出最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。

A

LONDON,England(CNN)---TheyoungestpersontosailsoloaroundtheworldreturnedhomeThursdayfromhis30,000-mile,282-dayoceanjourney.

MikePerham,17,sailedintoLizardPointinCornwall,thesouthernmostpointinBritain,at9:47a.m.,hisraceteamsaid.

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“Itfeelsabsolutelybrilliant,”MiketoldCNNbyphonehoursbeforecrossingthefinishline.“I"mreally,reallyexcitedtobegoingacrossthelineatlast.Itdoesn"tfeellikelongsinceIcrosseditfirst.”

Mikesetoffonhisround-the-worldtriponNovember18,201*.Hehasbeensailinghisyacht,TotallyMoney.com,single-handedly,thoughasupportteamhasbeensailingnexttohimalongtheway.

TheteenhasnowachievedthetitleofYoungestSailortoCircumnavigatetheGlobeSolo,accordingtotheGuinnessWorldRecords.

Mikelearnedhowtosailwhenhewassevenyearsoldfromhisfather,Peterandatage14,hesailedacrosstheAtlanticalone.

Theteenager"sschool---whichMikedescribesas“highlysupportive”ofhistrip---hasredesignedhiscourseworktofitinwithhistrip.Italsogavehimsomecourseworktododuring“quietmoments,”accordingtoMike"sWebsite.

Therehaven"tbeenmanyofthosequietmoments.RepeatedautopilotfailuresforcedhimtostopforrepairsinPortugal,theCanaryIslands,SouthAfrica,andtwiceinAustralia,accordingtohisWebsite.

BadweatherintheSouthernOcean---betweenAustraliaandAntarctica---forcedMiketobattle50ftwavesand57mphwinds.Hesaidatonepoint,a“freakwave”pickeduptheboatandturneditonitsside.

“Myfeetwereontheceilingatthetime,”hetoldCNN.“Thatwasareallyhairymoment,andIwascertainlythinking,WhyamIhere?ButwetookthesailsoffandthedayafterIthought,Thisisbrilliant!”

Mikedescribeshisfatherashisbiggesthero,alwayssupportiveofwhathewantedtoachieve.PeterPerhamsaidhewasn"ttooworriedabouthissonfacingdangeroussituationsatsea,aslongasheknewwhattodoandstayedsafe.

56.MikePerhamreturnedtoBritainin________.A.AugustB.September

C.OctoberD.November

57.MikePerhamis________thatwentontheround-the-worldtripintheworlduptillnow.A.thefirstB.thebravestC.theluckiestD.theyoungest58.Wecaninferfromthepassagethat________.A.theEnglishschoolisthesameasoursB.theEnglishschooldoesntcareforstudentsC.theEnglishschoolhasahumanemanagementD.theEnglishschoolgivesstudentsalotofcoursework59.Thepassagemainlytellsus________.A.MikesexcitingsailtriparoundtheglobeB.howMikesfathertaughthimtosailaboatC.whyCNNwantedtoreportthenewstothepublicD.theintroductionoftheGuinnessWorldRecords

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B

Its2035.Youhaveajob,afamilyandyoureabout40yearsold.Welcometoyourfuturelife.Gettingreadyforwork,youpauseinfrontofthemirror,“Turnred,”yousay.Yourshirtchangesfromskybluetodeepred.Tinypreprogrammedelectronicarerearrangedinyourshirttochangeitscolor.Lookingintothemirror,youfindithardtobelievethatyouare40.Youlookmuchyounger.Withamazingadvancesinmedicine,peopleinyourgenerationmaylivetobe150yearsold.Yourenotevenmiddle-aged.

Asyougointothekitchenandpreparetopouryourbreakfastcerealintoabowl,youhear:“Toloseweight,youshouldnteatthat,”fromyourshoes.Theyreadthetinyelectroniccodeonthecerealboxfindoutthenutritiondetails.“Kitchen,whatcanIhaveforbreakfast?”Alistofpossiblefoodsappearonthecounteraskitchenchecksitsfoodsupplies.

“Readyforyourtriptospace.Youaskyoursonanddaughter.”In201*onlyspeciallytrainedastronautswentintospace-andveryfewofthem.Todayanyonecangotospacefordaytripsorlongervacation.Yourbestfriendevenworksinspace.Handingyourchildrenthreestrawberrieseach,youadd,“Thedoctorsaidyouneedtheseforspacetravel.”Thankstomedicaladvices,vaccination(疫苗)shotsareathingofthepast.Ordinaryfoodscontainspecificvaccines.Withtheberriesintheirmouths,thekidsheadforthefrontdoor.

Itstimeforyoutogotowork.Yourcarchecksyourfingerprintsandunlocksthedoors.“Myoffice.Autopilot,”youcommand.Yourcardrivesitselfdowntheroadandmovessmoothlyintotrafficonthehighway.Yousitbackandunrollyoure-newspaper.Thelatestnewsdownloadsandfillstheviewer.Lookingthroughthepages,youwatchthenewsasvideofilmsratherthanreadit.60.Whatchangesthecolorofyourshirt?[来源:学。科。网Z。X。X。K]

A.Themirror

B.Theshirtitself

C.ThecounterD.Themedicine

61.Howdotheshoesknowthatyoushouldnteatthebreakfastcereal?A.Bypouringthebreakfastintoabowl

B.BylisteningtothedoctorsadviceC.BytestingthefoodsuppliesinthekitchenD.BycheckingthenutritiondetailsofthefoodA.breakfastB.lunch

C.vaccines

D.nutrition

62.Thestrawberriesthechildreneatserveas.63.Howisthetextorganized?

A.InorderoftimeB.Inorderoffrequency

C.InorderofpreferenceD.Inorderofimportance

C

Thechurchseemscoldthismorning,evenafterallthepeople,friendsandfamilyfillthebenches.Isit

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hereinsilence,inshockanddenial.Thiswasnotsupposedtohappen.Whataboutourdreams,orourplans?Weweregoingtoraiseourchildren,travelaroundtheworld,andgrowoldtogether.Imonly37,atypicalhousewife.IdontknowifIcandoallthisalonetwochildren,nofather.WhatdoIdoorsay?Thefacesofsomanypeopleconfusemeastheycometopaytheirlastrespects.Somehaverealsorrow;Icanseeitintheireyes.Theothersseemtojustsay.“Itoldyouso.”Thosefamouslastwords:Itoldyouso.HowIcantstandthem.Andthepointingfingersasso-calledfamilyandso-calledfriendspickmeoutofthecrowdforotherstosee.IwanttoscreamandwakeupbutIcantdoanythingbutsitthere.Howcantheybesoblind?Ifellinlovewithaman.Loveknowsnoboundaries.Hewasagoodman,hardworking,caringandkind.HewasretiredformtheNavyandagentleman.Hewassensitivetoothersneeds,thekindofmanthatknewwhattodoorsay,howtohumoranysituationandcalmeveryonesfears.Irememberourfirstchildwasabigsurprisetobothofus.IrememberwhenItoldhimthenews.Hefelloffhischair,sayingoverandoverindisbelief.“ButImalmostsixty.”Afterafewmonthshestartedplanningournextandevendoinghisfamouslittledancewheneverhediscussedtheidea.

Ourson,ourfirstborn,hisjoyandpride,sitstotherightofme,seemingjustasconfusedasme.Ilookoverathim.Howhelookslikehisfatherblondehair,tallandskinnyevenhisIrishtemperament(气质)andthatnaughtylookinhiseyes.Heswearinghisfatherswatch.Itstoobigforhimbutherefusedtotakeitoff.Iknowhellkeepitsafe.Oursecond,thelittleangelandDaddyslittlegirl,liesinherstroller(婴儿车)intheaisle,soundasleep.Shellneverrememberthemanshecalled“Da”.

Aman,thirtyyearsolderthanI,liesinacoffin.Flowers,theAmericanflagandhisVFWcomradessurroundhim,payingtribute(颂词)tohimasthemanhereallywas.AndIsitalonehere,withourtwochildren,insilence,prayingthathiscoldmorningatchurchisonlyanightmare(梦魇)andIwillawaketohislovingarmsagain.

64.Themanpassedaway,leavinghisdearestwomantobringuptheirtwochildren,theelderofwhomis

aboyofabout_________.

A.1

B.3

C.7

D.9

65.Wecaninferfromthepassagethat___________.

A.thewomansfamilywereagainsthermarriagetotheman

B.noneofthepeoplethereshowedrealsympathytothewomanC.thewomandidsomethingwrong

D.thefamilyhadlivedahappylifebeforethemandied

66.Inparagraph3,theunderlinedword“ournext”means_________.A.ournextdanceB.ournextnews

C.whatforustodonextD.ournextbaby

D

LONDON---LifeforCathyHagnerandherthreechildrenissettopermanentfast-forward.

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Theirfullschooldayandherjobasalawyersassistantarebusyenough.ButHangneralsohastotakethetwoboystosoccerorhockeyorbasketballwhiledroppingoffherdaughteratpianolessonsorGirlScoutClub.

Often,theexhaustedfamilydoesntgethomeuntil7p.m.Thereisjusttimeforaquicksupperbeforehomework

Intodaysworld,middle-classAmericanandBritishparentstreattheirchildrenasiftheyarecompetitorsracingforsomefinishingline.

Parentstaketheirchildrenfromactivitytoactivityinordertomaketheirfuturebright.Itseemsthatraisingageniushasbecomeamoreimportantgoalthanraisingahappyandwell-balancedchild."Doctorsacrossthecountryarereportingagrowingnumberofchildrensufferingfromstomachachesandheadachesduetoexhaustionandstress,"sayschildexpertWilliamDohertyoftheUniversityofMinnesota.

Teachersaredealingwithexhaustedkidsintheclassroom.Itsaveryseriousproblem.

Manychildrenattendafter-schoolclubsbynecessity.Butcompetitivepressuresalsocreateanexplosionofactivities.Theyincludesports,language,musicandmathclassesforchildrenasyoungasfour.

"Thereisanewparentingtrendunderwaywhichsaysthatyouhavetotapallyourchildspotentialatayoungage;otherwiseyouwilllethimdown,"saysTerryApter,aCambridge-basedchildandadolescentpsychiatrist(青少年精神病专家).“Itisntentirelynew:therehavealwaysbeenpushyparents.Butwhatwaspreviouslyseenasstrangebehaviorisnowwellaccepted.”67.Fromthesecondparagraphofthispassagewecanfindthat________.A.HangerwastesmuchtimehelpingherchildrenslessonsB.HangerdoesntspendmuchtimeonherfulltimejobC.HangerisinterestedinsportsandmusicD.Hangerbusiesherselfbyfollowingatrend

68.Britishparents,asthewriterdescribedinthispassage,________.A.treattheirchildrenassportsplayersB.paynoattentiontotheirchildrenslessonsC.bringuptheirchildreninasimplewayD.givetheirchildrenlittletimetodevelopfreely

69.Thewritersopinionofafter-schoolclubsisthat_________.A.activitiesinthecountryaretoocompetitiveB.childrenshouldattendfourclubsatatimeC.someclubsleadtocompetitivepressures

D.clubsshouldhavemoresubjectsforschoolchildren70.ThelastparagraphtellsusthatinBritain.

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A.parentsusedtotaketheirchildrentoeveryclub.B.parentsusedtobewiseonhowtoraisechildrenC.parentshaveallbenefitedfromchildrensclubs.

D.parentshavecometoknowthestandardofeducation

第二节:篇章结构(共5小题;每小题2分,满分10分)

根据短文内容,从短文后的选项中选出能填入空白处的最佳选项。选项中有两项为多余选项。71___Scientistsandexpertshaveprovedtheuniquenessoffinger-printsanddiscoveredthatnoexactlysimilarpatternispassedonfromparentstochildren,thoughnobodyknowswhythisisthecase.Theridge(隆起)structureonaperson"sfingersdoesnotchangewithgrowthandisnotaffectedbysurfaceinjuries.Burns,cutsandotherdamagetotheouterpartoftheskinwillbereplacedintimebynewone,whichbearsareproductionoftheoriginalpattern.72Somecriminalsmakeuseofthisfacttoremovetheirownfinger-printsbutthisisadangerousandraresteptotake.

Finger-printscanbemadeveryeasilywithprinter"sink.Theycanbyrecordedeasily.73Becauseofthesimplicityandeconomyofthissystem,finger-printshaveoftenbeenusedasamethodofsolvingcriminalcase.Asuspectedmanmaydenyachargebutthismaybeinvain.74__Whenasuspectleavesfinger-printsbehindatthesceneofacrime,theyaredifficulttodetectwiththenakedeye.75

Someofthemarksfoundareincompletebutidentificationispossibleifaprintofaquarterofaninchsquarecanbeobtained.

A.Specialtechniquesareusedto"develop"them.

B.Afingerprintisanimpressionofthefrictionridgesofallpartofthefinger.C.Itisonlywhentheinnerskinisinjuredthatthearrangementwillbedestroyed.D.Withspecialmethods,identificationcanbeachievedsuccessfullywithinashorttime.

E.Alatentprintisthechancereproductionofthefrictionridgesdepositedonthesurfaceofanitem.F.Hisfinger-printscanprovewhoheisevenifhisappearancehasbeenchangedbyageoraccident.G.Everyhumanbeinghasauniquearrangementoftheskinonhisfingersandthisarrangementisunchangeable.

注意:请将任务型阅读题答在答题卷上指定区域,否则无效。

第II卷(共35分)

第四部分:书面表达(共10处错误,每处1分,满分10分。)

第一节:短文改错(共10小题,满分10分)

文中共有10处语言错误,每句中最多有两处。错误涉及一个单词的增加、删除或修改。增加:在缺此处加一个漏字符号(∧),并在其下面写出改加的词。删除:把多余的词用斜线()划掉。

修改:在词的下面划一横线,并在该词下面写出修改后的词。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。

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Attention,please,everyone.Wehaveacceptedtheweatherforecastontheradiothismorningthattherewillhaveaheavyraintonight.Besureshutthewindowsanddoorsuntilyouleaveyourclassrooms.Thesportsmeetthatweplannedtoholdontomorrowwillbeputoff.Afteritbecomesfine,wellmakeotherannouncement.WewillhaveclassesonWednesdayasusually.Sinceitiscoldertomorrow,pleasedressonmoreclothesintime.Thosewhocomestoschoolbybike,dontkeepyourumbrellaopenwhileriding.

注意:请将短文改错答在答题卷上指定区域。第二节:作文(共1篇,满分25分)

在学习生活和工作中,学会与人合作是非常重要的。请你根据下表中所提供的信息,写一篇题为“Beingagoodpartner”的英文演讲稿。1.现代社会必备;为何与人合作2.可省时间和精力;3.更多互相学习的机会。与喜欢的人合作与谁合作作怎样合作注意:

1.对所给要点,逐一陈述,适当发挥,不要简单翻译。2.词数150左右。开头和结尾已经写好,不计入总数。3.演讲稿中不得提及考生所在学校及本人姓名。参考词汇:合作cooperatev.

Thetopicofmyspeechtodayis“Beingagoodpartner”.

Thankyouforyourlistening!

心情愉快,同甘共苦;时间有时会改变看法。与不喜欢的人合学会容忍,努力挖掘其优点;请你发表自己的观点(至少2点看法)Goodafternoon,everyone!

注意:请将作文答在答题卷上指定区域

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