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高 一 英 语 2017.06. 本试卷分为第一卷(选择题)和第二卷(非选择题)两部分。共 120 分,时间 120 分钟。 第一卷(三部分,共 80 分) 第一部分 听力(共 20 小题;每题 1 分, 满分 20 分) 第一节 听下面 5 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 出最佳选项,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. What‘s the relationship between the speakers? A. Relatives. B. Classmates. C. Colleagues. 2. Why is the woman unhappy? A. She quarreled with the man. B. She was charged high. C. The oranges were bad. 3. Who is the man‘s teacher? A. Miss Pond. B. Mrs. Pond. C. Miss Brown. 4. What do the speakers want to buy? A. A shirt. B. A skirt. C. A coat. 5. What does the woman mean? A. She likes going out. B. She‘d like to watch TV. C. She wants to go to sleep. 第二节(共 15 小题) 听下面 5 段对话或独白。每段对话或独白后有几个小题,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。 听下面一段对话,回答第 6 和第 7 题。 6. What is the man going to do during the summer vacation? A. Take a part-time job. B. Find a full-time job. C. Stay at home. 7. What did the woman do last summer? A. Worked in a restaurant. B. Worked in a shop. C. Stayed at home. 听下面一段对话,回答第 8 至第 10 题。 8. Where does the conversation probably take place? A. On the phone. B. In the hotel. C. On the street. 9. What is David Frank? A. A driver. B. A waiter. C. A professor. 10. How will the man get to the hotel? A. By bus. B. By taxi. C. On foot. 听下面一段对话,回答第 11 至第 13 题。 11. Who is the woman speaking with? A. An officer. B. A policeman. C. A friend.
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12. How much further must the woman go to find the store? A. Walk two blocks. B. Walk down a block to Granger. C. Walk down a block to Forest. 13. Why couldn‘t the woman find the store at the beginning? A. She walked one more block. B. She didn‘t know where it was. C. She went in the wrong direction. 听下面一段对话,回答第 14 至第 17 题。 14. What are students supposed to register through? A. The Internet. B. The face-to-face talk. C. The touch tongue-registration system. 15. What is the man‘s major? A. Computer Science. B. Classical Literature. C. Insurance. 16. Why can the man finally get into the class? A. The woman knows him. B. The registration is OK. C. He is a student of the major. 17. What will the woman do for the man at the beginning? A. Write down his name on the list. B. Get him registered. C. Call him later. 听下面一段独白,回答第 18 至第 20 题。 18. Why did Miss Wyatt enjoy herself in Italy most of the time? A. She didn‘t speak except when necessary. B. She had a guide who spoke good English. C. People there could understand her. 19. Where did Miss Wyatt have trouble in making herself understand? A. In a little restaurant in a village. B. In a restaurant in the city. C. In the market of a village. 20. Why did the waiter bring Miss Wyatt an umbrella? A. It started to rain. B. She said umbrella in Italian. C. He thought that was what she needed. 第二部分 英语知识综合运用 第一节 单项选择(共 15 小题;每题 1 分, 满分 15 分) 从 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. When you ______ a task, problem, or situation in a particular way, you deal with it or think about it in that way.
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A. accuse

B. acquire

C. attach

D. approach

22. —Mr. Huang speaks English with a strong American accent. —Yeah, he ______ English in Harvard University for five years! A. studied studies. A. realize they experiment. A. that; where B. which; that C. what; that D. which; where 25. The decision will be made at the meeting to be held around two in the afternoon ______ the sports meeting will be put off. A. when A. appeal to A. occupying B. which B. make way for B. occupied C. whether C. fall for C. being occupied D. that D. put forward D. to be occupied 26. If you tell him that it‘ll make him a lot of money, he‘s sure to ______ the idea. 27. Keeping himself ______ in doing his experiment, he didn‘t notice me take the books. 28. Some western politicians are saying ______ China is manipulating exchange rate(操控汇 率), and this is ______ I disagree. A. that; why world. A. Judged safety. A. not allow A. get away with B. don‘t allow B. get through C. mustn‘t allow C. get on with D. couldn‘t allow D. get across 31. The humor didn‘t attract the audience in that the performer couldn‘t ______ its real meaning. 32. —Do you know why the company always maintains its high market share? —Their attention to quality might be a ______ for success. A. recipe B. record C. routine D. relief 33. —I can‘t believe that Michael ______ have quarreled with Professor Smith. —Well, if one ______ ask for trouble, it just can‘t be helped. A. would; will B. must; may C. should; must D. need; dare 34. After the meeting, most audiences left, with only several volunteers ______ on the scene, ______ the organizers clear up. A. remaining; helped C. remained; helped
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B. studies

C. was studying

D. had studied

23. Only when students fail in the exam and are criticized severely ______ the importance of B. they have realized C. will they realize D. they will realize

24. It was in the lab ______ was taken charge of by the Professor ______ they did the

B. what; how

C. what; what

D. that; where

29. ______ the best and purest form of religion, Christianity is widely spread throughout the B. Judging from C. Judging D. To be judged

30. It‘s recommended that parents ______ their children under 12 to ride bicycles to school for

B. remaining; helping D. remained; helping

35. —Do you enjoy the movie Fast & Furious 8? —______. I just kill my time. A. Of course B. Not really C. Not likely D. Not a little 第二节 完型填空(共 15 小题;每题 1 分,满分 15 分) 阅读下面短文, 掌握其大意, 然后从 36-50 各题所给的 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。 Foreign visitors to the UK might be disappointed when they learn that not everyone there speaks like Harry Potter and his friends. Many non-Brits think that everyone in Britain speaks with what is known as a Received Pronunciation(RP, 标准发音) 36 37 区的)accents. Scouse, Glaswegian and Black Country – from Liverpool, Glasgow and the West Midlands – are just three of the 38 non-RP accents British people speak with. There are even 39 . differences in accents between towns or cities just 30 kilometers person is judged, or even treated 40 , in their everyday life. 41 , also called ―the Queen‘s English‖. many people do indeed talk this way, most Britons speak in their own regional(地

But besides disappointing foreign visitors, not speaking in an RP accent may mean a British In a 2015 study by The University of South Wales, UK, videos of people reading a passage in three different UK accents were shown to a second group of people. The group then how intelligent they thought the readers sounded. The lowest-rated accent was Brummie, accent is considered working class. ―Specific regional accents are often seen as inferior(低下的)and belonging to groups lacking in honesty‖ Lance Workman, leader of the study, told The Telegraph. ―It is 43 that many of those with regional accents are still hitting a glass ceiling.‖ 44 45 . But English-learners who want to sound more British shouldn‘t go straight for RP, many do. In fact, doing the opposite may even give you a(n) Seoul. After studying in the UK, he online videos, where he ―British people 48 they become much more 47 49 46 42 to people from Birmingham, a city whose

Kong Seong-jae, 25, better known as ―Korean Billy‖, is an internet celebrity(名人)from several regional accents. He‘s now famous for his the various accents he‘s learned. get really excited when I use some of their local dialect words, and . I think it makes a bit of bond(情感纽带)between local 50 your British accent, try to speak like someone from

people and foreigners to speak in their local accent,‖ he told TEENS. So if you‘re working on make more friends. 36. A. language 37. A. While B. accent B. If
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Liverpool, Glasgow or Birmingham. You may not sound like Harry Potter, but you are likely to C. speech C. When D. habit D. As

38. A. limited 39. A. wide 40. A. friendly 41. A. imagined 42. A. native 43. A. persuasive 44. A. such 45. A. advantage 46. A. hung on 47. A. aims at 48. A. seldom 49. A. guilty

B. interesting B. separate B. unfairly B. supposed B. close B. clear B. as B. effect B. thought of B. applies for B. certainly B. friendly

C. countless C. away C. differently C. questioned C. attractive C. difficult C. so C. hit C. learned about C. shows off C. usually C. grateful

D. strange D. apart D. equally D. rated D. accessible D. unusual D. like D. shock D. picked up D. deals with D. hardly D. cruel D. blaming

50. A. perfecting B. removing C. monitoring 第三部分 阅读理解(共 15 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 30 分) 黑。 A

阅读下列短文,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

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wink at my mother. I usually take ―the wink (眨眼) ‖ to mean ― or at least that‘s what she thinks, right?‖ It‘s true that in two years I‘ll be 18, and that will make me legally an adult. But it‘s also just a number. It doesn‘t come with a fantastic moment when you know all the adults are supposed to know what to do. It doesn‘t make responsibilities easier. It just makes it legal for you to enter online sweepstakes(彩票)and work at Walmart. This thought all started back in July when my friend, Dakota, officially flew out of military basic training in Oklahoma. He‘s 17. Not an adult by the legal definition, but making a very adult decision. He can‘t rent a movie from most places, but he can defend our country. I didn‘t realize how much his actual departure would affect me and the way I viewed growing up and when it actually starts. My best friend Madeline is now studying psychology in London. She‘s 18. She has been working pretty hard to get the perfect grades. Now, she‘s living on her own, doing little things that make her, in my eyes, an adult, and is in complete control of her personal life. I have a basic idea of how a loan works, and apply for one like her? Forget it. I haven‘t even had a credit card until now. My other friends are growing up around me, making decisions that will affect the rest of their lives. Where do I fit in? My life is so different from the standard; it‘s hard to compare. I‘m home-schooled. I‘ve been a fashion blogger since I was 13, an occupation that has definitely taught me a lot first-hand about the outside world. Earlier this year, I got my first Teen Vogue feature(专栏)and worked with the Disney Channel. But if you add that up, it doesn‘t equal an adult. It equals an accomplished teenager. I made myself a list of ―Things to Learn Before I Grow Up‖. Number one? Figure out the whole significant thing. Maybe learning to cook something rather than buying ready-made food from the supermarket. But it‘s also important for me to enjoy being young. I like having sandwiches my mom made for me, and getting to just be silly sometimes without worry. So in conclusion, my point is this: Being a grown-up is less about your age, but more about what you do with your life. 54. What does the author think of the age of 18? A. She can be responsible for herself. C. It is legal for her to do online business. A. Her growing up. C. Her defending the country. 56. Why did the author mention Madeline? A. To explain the course of applying for a loan. B. To admire Madeline‘s growing up C. To stress the importance of a credit card. D. To praise Madeline for her hard work.
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B. It is when she still doesn‘t know things. D. She still can‘t do things like adults. B. Dakota‘s departure. D. Dakota‘s renting a movie.

55. What does the underlined word ―it‖ in paragraph 2 refer to?

57. What might be the best title for the passage? A. I will be 18 in two years. C. Will ―18‖ make you an adult? C One of my summertime reading pleasures has been reading C.S. Lewis‘s The Screwtape Letters for the first time. The Screwtape Letters is written in a satirical style while it is fictional in format. The story takes the form of a series of letters from a senior devil Screwtape to his nephew Wormwood. As a new generation of property student begins the school year, I thought it would be useful to pass on this comment on the most property adjective, the possessive ―my.‖ In this excerpt(摘 录), a devil named Screwtape is continuing to tutor his nephew on how best to direct and control humans toward ―our Father below‖: We teach them not to notice the different senses of the possessive pronoun(物主代词) —the finely graded differences that run from ―my boots‖ through ―my dog‖, ―my servant‖, ―my wife‖, ―my father‖, ―my master‖ and ―my country‖, to ―my God‖. They can be taught to reduce all these senses to that of ―my boots,‖ the ―my‖ of ownership. Even in the nursery, a child can be taught to mean by ―my Teddy-bear‖ not the old imagined recipient(接受者)of affection to whom it stands in a special relation (for that is what the Enemy will teach them to mean if we are not careful) but ―the bear I can pull to pieces if I like.‖ And on the other hand, we have taught men to say ―My God‖ in a sense not really very different from ―My boots‖, meaning ―The God on whom I have a claim for my distinguished services and whom I make use of the pulpit—the God I have done a corner in.‖ And all the time the joke is that the word ―Mine‖ in its fully possessive sense cannot be expressed by a human being about anything. In the long run either Our Father or the Enemy will say ―Mine‖ of each thing that exists, and especially of each man. They will find out in the end, never fear, to whom their time, their souls, and their bodies really belong—certainly not to them, whatever happens. These ―finely graded differences‖ are often lost in legal conceptions of both real and intellectual property. 58. When the author read The Screwtape Letters, he felt ______ . A. pleased A. scold or blame B. dissatisfied B. attend or care C. puzzled C. teach or train D. scared D. ask or beg 59. What does the underlined word in the second paragraph mean? 60. Which of the following statements is TRUE? A. In some degree, ―my dog‖ is equal to ―my servant‖. B. The expression ―my God‖ means God belongs to me. C. Screwtape is a kind of tape with a screw on it. D.The different senses of the possessive pronoun are often lost in legal conceptions.
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B. I can‘t learn like my friends. D. I don‘t want to grow up yet.

D My brother Tom pushed me hard with his elbow. ―Walk faster. We have to make it to the front door before Dad sees Mr. Fleming. He‘s sitting on a bench across the street.‖ I glanced over my shoulder at our father, who walked several paces behind us. He was busy searching for the house keys and didn‘t notice the man we wished to avoid. ―If Dad stops to talk to him, our lives will be ruined! By tomorrow it will be all over school again that our dad is friendly with a bum. Remember the last time? I got into that fight because Jim said Dad was just like Mr. Fleming—a miscreant(恶棍)and that people of the same kind tend to stick together.‖ I didn‘t know what a miscreant was, but I figured it was something bad. ―I don‘t know why Dad bothers with him. Mr. Fleming has no job. His family left him. He spent time in jail. He doesn‘t eve n have his own home. ‖ Just at that time, Mr. Fleming saw my father. ―Mr. Clements! How are you today?‖ He crossed the street and shook our father‘s hand. ―I was announced last week that I‘ll be out of work.‖ There was a note of concern in Mr. Fleming‘s voice when he replied. ―I‘m sorry to hear that. If there is anything I can do for you, you just knock on my door.‖ Dad‘s eyebrow furrowed as if he was in deep thought. ―I have a job offer in New Jersey that I‘m pretty sure I‘ll have to accept. It‘s far away, so I‘ll only be able to come home on weekends. If you have the time I would like to hire you to take care of the things here during my absence.‖ Shock, then hope ran across Mr. Fleming‘s face. ―Are you sure you want to hire me? You know what people will say.‖ ―Let them talk. I‘m hiring you because you are a good man, a hard worker, who made a mistake in his life—a mistake you‘ve paid for dearly.‖ After Mr. Fleming left, Tom boldly questioned our Dad‘s decision. ―You can‘t hire him! He‘s no good! Nobody will want to be friends with us if he‘s around!‖ Dad‘s words, when he quoted Martin Luther King Jr., were firm: ―The final measure of a man is not where he stands in moments of comfort and convenience, but where he stands at times of challenge and controversy.‖ Dad looked from my face to Tom‘s. ―Do you understand? Just because other people won‘t approve, our family shouldn‘t be afraid to help him.‖ Dad cupped my chin in his large hand, continued, ―You know, after the factory laid off Mr. Fleming, his little daughter became ill. In desperation, he stole the drugs he needed to help keep her alive. He went to prison. While he served his sentence, the child died, and his sad wife returned to her parents where later she also died. He was left with nothing, not even his dignity.‖ I suddenly felt terrible. I could tell by the way Tom looked at the ground instead of up at Dad that he regretted what he‘d said about Mr. Fleming. The new year brought many changes to our family. We only saw our father on the weekends, but we didn‘t worry when Dad was away because of Mr. Fleming. He handled everything with a smile, from a broken pipe to a leaky roof. Some nights Mom invited him to stay for dinner during which his tales of travels during World War II held our attention. And it was Mr. Fleming who carried a bloody Tom four blocks to the hospital when he fell off his bike.
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Despite the good Mr. Fleming did for our family, some people continued to keep away from him—and now us. Mom was dropped from several committees. Tom and I were not invited to classmates‘ parties. Strangely enough, we found that none of this bothered us because we knew what Dad said had already rooted in our hearts. 61. What made people keep away from Mr. Fleming? A. His having no job. C. His wife leaving him. A. was rude to Tom‘s father C. treated Mr. Fleming well A. he felt pity for the poor man B. he wanted to show mercy to the man C. he considered the man to be responsible D. he expected the children to learn from the man. 64. The method the writer mainly uses to develop Paragraph 5 is ______ . A. offering analysis C. giving examples A. How I Learned to Stand Tall C. An Unforgettable Experience B. making comparison D. providing explanation B. Be Polite to People around You D. Never Look Down upon the Poor B. His bad name. D. His being poor. B. spoke ill of Tom‘s father D. made fun of Mr. Fleming

62. The reason why there was a fight between Tom and Jim is that Jim ______ .

63. The writer‘s father hired Mr. Fleming to work for his family because ______ .

65. Which of the following is the best title for the passage?

第二卷(两部分,共 40 分) 第四部分 任务型阅读(共 10 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 10 分) 请认真阅读下面短文, 并根据所读内容在文章后表格中的空格里填入最适当的单词。 注意: 每空一个单词。 Get ahead by taking advantage of summer Summer provides the best opportunity for future college applicants to separate themselves from the crowd. As the number of students who apply to colleges continues to rise, so too does the need for students to make an effort to distinguish themselves. Here are some great options to get you off to a head start: A taste of college at home Some universities and colleges offer a variety of advanced classes during the summer. Students can find a class that is not offered at their high school, which can help them find the pace of the real class more comfortable when they eventually start to take it. Recently, online classes for credit(学分)are gaining popularity. One resource students can access is the Virtual High School – my.vhslearning.org. It is a nonprofit organization for online education that offers 24 AP courses, as well as dozens of other classes. A taste of college far away
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Experiencing a real college campus during a one-week or multi-week summer program is a great way to get a better understanding of whether the college is a good fit. Many of these programs offer hands-on experiences or guest lectures from experts. Some are under the mistaken impression that attending a summer program at a good school gives them an advantage in the admissions process. ―I don‘t know that they are impressive just because a student did an academic program,‖ Greg Zaiser, head of admissions at Elon University, told The Charlotte Observer. ―What impresses us the most is that students have identified something they want to study after the program.‖ Community service Volunteering is a great way to show interest in something you care about. It also lets you give back to your community, explore a career path and grow personally. Find ways to volunteer what matches your interests. Check out opportunities at hospitals or libraries; teach your favorite sport to disadvantaged youths; or work with animals. Passage outline (66) ▲ for taking Supporting details ◇ There is no better chance than summer for the students (67) ▲ to colleges to separate themselves from the crowd. ◇ With the number of college applicants increasing, students need to make more efforts to make themselves (68) ▲ ◇ Students can make the most of (69) A taste of college at home (70) ▲ ▲ from others. advanced classes advantage of summer

offered by some universities and colleges in summer to make good for the real class in the future. to students. ◇ More than one resource online is (71) ▲

Some options ahead others

great to A of away taste of far

◇ Students can spend one week or more in experiencing a real college campus and attend some lectures, which can help them better (72) ▲ whether the college is fit or not. students by attending a summer program ◇ What really (73) ▲ study after the program. ◇ Being (74) ▲ Community service community. ◇ Catch hold of all kinds of opportunities to volunteer to do what matches your interests. can not only make you explore a career path, ▲ back your but allow you an opportunity to (75)

help you start college

at a good school is that they can make it clear what they want to

第五部分 写作 (30 分) 第一节 词汇检测(共 10 小题;每题 1 分,满分 10 分) A. 新概念词汇检测,根据问答内容和提供的首字母,写出一个意义和形式都正确的单词。 76. Q: Did Latham try to fly again after his first flight failed? A: Latham made another a____________ a week later and got within half a mile of Dover,
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but he was unluckily again. 77. Q: How were some objects on display arranged? A: Lined up against the wall, there were thin wires a____________ to metal spheres which had been magnetized and attracted or repelled each other all the time. 78. Q: What do you think of the longest suspension bridge in the world? A: Despite its immensity, it is both simple and elegant, fulfilling its d____________ dream to create ?an enormous object drawn as faintly as possible‘. 79. Q: After Dimitri found out that his neighbour, Aleko, had suddenly acquired a new lamb, what did he do? A: Dimitri immediately went to Aleko‘s house and angrily a____________ him of stealing the lamb. 80. Q: Why did kidnappers recently take considerable interest in Mrs. Eleanor‘s cat? A: Because she was a w____________ old lady, and has shared a flat with her cat. B. 教材词汇检测,根据提供的首字母,写出一个意义和形式都正确的单词。 81. People of that time believed that it was his questioning the existence of the Greek gods that led to Socrates c____________ the young people of Athens. 82. On 27 November 1941, US President Franklin Roosevelt d____________ war against Japan. 83. Sweet dumplings are Chinese t____________ food which everyone likes. 84. We have many cases where hard work as well as good communication skills has m____________ one‘s chances of success in the past year. 85. Also, we need to buy new keyboards, mouses and monitors, because many of keyboards have letters missing and some mouses and monitors are not f____________ properly. 第二节 书面表达(满分 20 分) 5 月 5 日,张学友(Jacky Cheung)终于来扬州了,人气爆棚。针对当前中学生中的 追星现象,你班同学展开了一次热烈的讨论,有很多同学赞同,也有不少同学反对。请你 根据下表中的提示写一篇英语短文,介绍讨论的情况。 赞同 反对 ◇学习负担重,需要娱乐放松。 ◇自控力不强,导致无法专注学习。 ◇丰富活动,充实课余生活。 ◇消耗精力,不利于身心健康发展。 ◇了解明星,学习优秀品质。 ◇浪费金钱,给父母带来经济压力。 ◇你的看法:…… 注意:1. 对所给要点,不要简单翻译,可适当发挥。 2. 字数 150 左右。短文的开头已给出,不计入总词数。 参考词汇:追星 star worshiping On May 5th, Jacky Cheung came to Yangzhou, bursting with popularity. Recently, your class has held a heated discussion about the phenomenon of star worshiping. The opinions are different.

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2016-2017 学年度第二学期期末检测试题
高一英语参考答案 第一部分 听力(共 20 小题;每题 1 分, 满分 20 分) 1~5 CBCAB 6~10 ABACB 11~15 BACCB 16~20 CACAC 第二部分 英语知识综合运用 第一节 单项选择(共 15 小题;每题 1 分, 满分 15 分) 21-25 DACBD 36-40 BACDC 26-30 CBDAA 41-45 DABBA 31-35 DACBB 46-50 DCCBA 61-65 BBCCA 69. various 第二节 完型填空(共 15 小题;每题 1 分,满分 15 分)

第三部分 阅读理解(共 15 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 30 分)
51-53 DDB 54--57 DABC 58-60:ACD 66. Reasons 70. preparations 74. volunteers 67. applying 75. pay 第四部分 任务型阅读(共 10 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 10 分) 68. distinguished/different 71. accessible / available 72. understand/decide/judge 73. benefits

第五部分 写作 (30 分) 第一节 词汇检测(共 10 小题;每题 1 分,满分 10 分) 76. attempt 77. attached 78. designer‘s 83. traditional 79. accused 84. multiplied 80. wealthy 85. functioning 81. corrupting 82. declared

第二节 书面表达(满分 20 分) One possible version: On May 5th, Jacky Cheung came to Yangzhou, bursting with popularity. Recently, your class has held a heated discussion about the phenomenon of star worshiping. The opinions are different. Some students are in favor of star worshiping. Nowadays, students bear heavy study burden and require necessary entertainment and relaxation. Students‘ spare time can be made full use of and star worshiping can enrich our activities. Besides, we can know about the stars further and learn some excellent qualities from them. On the other hand, others hold the opposite view. Lack of self-control makes students unable to concentrate on study. Star worshiping consumes too much energy, which is not beneficial to students‘ physical and mental development. In addition, it is a waste of money and might cause economic pressure on parents. Personally, star worshiping is acceptable. However, we should make it clear who are the real ―heroes‖. The real heroes are those who are making the most contributions to our society. As middle school students, we ought to learn from them. Only in this way can we become useful persons in the future. (153 words)
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书面表达评分说明
一、总体原则:

本题总分为 20 分,评分时,首先根据文章的内容和语言(内容要点、应用 词汇和语法结构的数量和准确性、上下文的连贯性及语言的得体性)初步确定 其所属档次,然后以该档次的要求来衡量,确定最后给分。如果没有一定数量 的较复杂结构或较高级词汇,通篇文章句型单调、无关联词、文章欠流畅、时 态错误太多,降档处理。 (一)语言方面: 1、词数少于 130 或多于 170 的,从总分中减去 2 分。 2、语言形式错误分为大错和小错。句子结构、时态、语态、主谓一致、 句子缺谓语动词等为大错。小错:介词、冠词、单词拼写、大小写、标点符号 等为小错。1 个大错扣 1 分,1 个小错 0.5 分。 3、如层次不清楚,写作没分段,从总分中减去 2 分。 4.、如果没有使用较复杂的句子结构,评分时将分数降低 1 个档次。 5.、如书写较差,以至影响交际,将分数降低一个档次。投机:开头一段和最后一
段切题,中间部分从阅读理解中抄一段判零分。

(二)内容要点: ★文章应分为三大部分,按以下要点内容扣分:需要娱乐放松(2 分);充实课余生
活(2 分);学习优秀品质(2 分); 无法专注学习(2 分);不利身心健康 (2 分); 带来经济压力(2 分);自主适当发挥,语句连贯无误(3 分) ;自己的观点(不少于 2 点) (5 分)

(三)卷面: 1、三处乱涂扣 1 分,五处乱涂扣 2 分,五处以上扣 3 分(乱涂的鉴定: 如在写错 算乱涂) 。 2、不按要求将内容写在规定范围以外的,扣 1 分。 3、书写较差,以至影响交际,将分数降低 1 个档次。
附录:各档次的给分范围和要求 第五档 (很好):(17—20 分) 1.完全完成了试题规定的任务。2.覆盖所有内容要点。3.应用了较多的语法结构 和词汇。4.语法结构或词汇方面有些许错误,但为尽力使用较复杂结构或较高级词汇所 致; 具备较强的语言运用能力。 5. 有效地使用了语句间的连接成分, 使全文结构紧凑。 6. 完 全达到了预期的写作目的。 第四档 (好):(13—16 分) 1. 完全完成了试题规定的任务。 2. 虽漏掉 1、 2 个次重点, 但覆盖所有主要内容。 3. 应
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的单词上划上 1-2 道线的不算乱涂,三道线以上以及不规则的乱划

用的语法结构和词汇能满足任务的要求。4.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。5.应用简单的语句间的连接成分,使全文 结构紧凑。6.达到了预期的写作目的。 第三档 (适当):(9—12 分) 1.基本完成了试题规定的任务。2.虽漏掉一些内容,但覆盖所有主要内容。3.应 用的语法结构和词汇能满足任务的要求。4.有一些语法结构或词汇方面的错误,但不影 响理解。5.应用简单的语句间的连接成分,使全文内容连贯。6.整体而言,基本达到了 预期的写作目的。 第二档 (较差):(5—8 分) 1.未恰当完成试题规定的任务。2.漏掉或未描述清楚一些主要内容,写了一些无关 内容。3.语法结构单调、词汇项目有限。4.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。5.较少使用语句间的连接成分,内容缺少连贯性。6.信息未能清楚 地传达给读者。 第一档 (差):(1—4 分) 1.未完成试题规定的任务。2.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。3.语法结构单调、词汇项目有限。4.较多语法结构或词汇方面的错误, 影响对写作内容的理解。5.缺乏语句间的连接成分,内容不连贯。6.信息未能传达给读 者。 不得分: (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。

附:部分答案详解: 第二节 完型填空 36. 全文都是围绕不同地域的英国人口音不同这一主题来开展的,故选 B. 39. 该空考察:即使只相隔 30 公里远的两地,口音差别也很大,故选 C。 40. 该段落为接下来 4 段的主题段,通过下面三段的例子及论述可以判断出,个人因口音 不同而会被区别对待,故选 C。 43. 该段为前三段的总结,从上文可知 many of those with regional accents are still hitting a glass ceiling(遇到无形的障碍)是很明了的. 45. 该段落为接下来 2 段的主题段,通过下面 2 段 Kong Seong-jae 的例子可以判断出,讲 地方口音反而能给人带来优势,故选 A。 48. 从该段最后一句 I think it makes a bit of bond(情感纽带)between local people and foreigners to speak in their local accent 可以得知,用当地人的口音讲话,往往会让当地人很 excited, 故选 C。 第三部分 阅读理解 A篇 51. 解析:这是一道细节题。根据短文中 的 CRUISES , FLIGHTS , AIR-CRUISES , SAILBOATS 所列举出来的 Length,很容易看出,SAILBOATS 历时 22 to 59 days,答案: D
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52. 解析:本题考查学生的综合理解能力。文章主要目的是要吸引潜在游客前往南极旅行。 答案:D 53. 解析: 这是一道细节理解题。 根据 CRUISES, FLIGHTS, AIR-CRUISES, SAILBOATS 所列举出的 Budget,A 答案错误。根据 SAILBOATS 中―sailboats with a capacity of 9 or 48 passengers‖, C 答案错误。 根据文中―The Antarctic season goes from late October to March‖, D 答案错误。AIR-CRUISES 中―making you save the 2.5-day navigations across the Drake Passage that are made each way in a regular cruise‖,答案:B B篇 54 细节理解题。根据文章第一段 But it‘s also just a number. It doesn‘t come with a fantastic moment when you know all the adults are supposed to know what to do. 可知答案 D 55 根据 it 前的 the way I viewed growing up 可知答案 A 56 根据第三段 Now, she‘s living on her own, doing little things that make her, in my eyes, an adult, and is in complete control of her personal life. 可知答案 B 57 通读全文,尤其文章最后一句可知答案 C C篇 58. 解析:细节理解题。根据文章第一句 One of my summertime reading pleasures has been reading C.S. Lewis‘s The Screwtape Letters…, 很容易得出结论,答案:A 59. 解析: 词义猜测题。 根据第一段中的 In this excerpt, a devil named Screwtape is continuing to tutor his nephew on how best to direct and control humans toward ―our Father below‖,结合 上下文,答案:C 60. 解析:细节查找及综合理解题。根据文章第二段的首句和最后一段内容,推断得出答 案。答案:D D篇 61.推理判断题,综合全文,Fleming 声誉不好,所以答案为 B 62.细节判断题,第一小节 I got into that fight because Jim said Dad was just like Mr. Fleming—a miscreant(恶棍)and that people of the same kind tend to stick together. 可知答案是 B 63.根据第二小节最后一段话 I‘m hiring you because you are a good man, a hard worker, who made a mistake in his life—a mistake you‘ve paid for dearly.‖ 可知 Fliming 是一个负 责的人,答案是 C 64. 第五小节讲述 Fleming 工作负责,讲述二战故事,把受伤的 Tom 送到医院等说明答 案是 C 65.根据马丁.路德.金的话 when he quoted Martin Luther King Jr., were firm: ―The final measure of a man is not where he stands in moments of comfort and convenience, but where he stands at times of challenge and controversy.‖ ,判断一个人应的角度。所以 答案是 A 第四部分 任务型阅读
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66. 由二级栏目内容可知,这是利用暑假的原因。 67. 由…future college applicants to separate themselves from the crowd 中的 applicants 转换 而来。 68. 由…make an effort to distinguish themselves 中的 distinguish 转换而来。 69. 由第一个副标题部分的…a variety of advanced classes during the summer 中的 a variety of 转换而来。 70. 由第一个副标题部分的 …which can help them find the pace of the real class more comfortable when they eventually start to take it.转换而来。 71. 由第一个副标题部分的 One resource students can access is...中的 access 转换而来。 72. 由第二个副标题部分的…is a great way to get a better understanding of whether the college is a good fit.中的 get a better understanding of 转换而来。 73. 由第二个副标题部分的…attending a summer program at a good school gives them an advantage …以及 ―What impresses us the most is that students have identified something they want to study after the program.中的 gives them an advantage 转换而来。 74. 由 第 三 个 副 标 题 部 分 的 Volunteering is a great way to show interest in… 中 的 Volunteering 转换而来。 75. 由第三个副标题部分的 It also lets you give back to your community…中的 give back to 转换而来。

201705 高一期末听力材料 Text 1 M: Marcella, I‘d like you to meet Josie. Today‘s her first day at work. W: Pleased to meet you, Josie. Have a cup of tea. Text 2 M: You look unhappy. W: Yes, I‘m a little annoyed. I bought some oranges at a roadside stand. When I came back, I found that the man overcharged me by more than three yuan. Text 3 W: Is your teacher‘s name Mrs Pond or Mrs Brown? M: Miss. She is not married. And her last name is Brown, not Pond. Text 4 M: The shirt isn‘t expensive. Do you really like it, dear? W: Yes, it fits perfectly. I thought it was expensive. Text 5 M: Do you like going out? W: I feel very comfortable in front of the TV. Text 6
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W: Hey, Mike. What are you doing? M: I am reading the newspaper to find a part-time job. W: Oh, then you will have a busy summer holiday. I will never forget the hard days when I worked as a shop assistant last summer. M: Will you find a part-time job this summer? W: No, I have to prepare for the PETS3. Text 7 W: Dukes Hotel! Can I help you? M: Hello! I want to send a man back to your hotel. He is drunk now. W: OK. What can I do for you? M: Here is a card of your hotel. So I think he must be your guest. W: What is his name? M: David Frank, a professor. W: Right, we have such a guest. M: I am new here too. How can we get to your place? W: St James‘s Place. It is only 5 minutes drive. M: OK. Can you arrange a person to meet us? I‘ll call a taxi. W: No problem. Text 8 W: Pardon me, officer. M: Yes? W: We are looking for a big department store around here. M: I‘m afraid you‘re headed in the wrong direction. W: But we are told that there was one here in the downtown area. M: Yes, it is. But I meant you are walking the wrong way. W: Oh, I see. Could we trouble you for directions to get there? M: It‘s no trouble. It‘s only about ten minutes walk from here. W: Oh, that‘s all? M: Just walk back the same way you came for about a block then turn right and stay on that street until you come to the next intersection. W: That‘s the corner around Granger and Forest, isn‘t it? M: That‘s right. You‘ll see the big store on the left side of this street. You can‘t miss it. W: Down the block to Granger and right for another block to Forest. Thanks very much. M: Don‘t mention it. Text 9 W: Hello. Can I help you? M: Yes, I hope so. I would like to register for Comp Lit 287. W: I‘m sorry, but that class is already full. And also, students are supposed to register through the touch-tongue registration system.
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M: I know. I already tried to register for it by phone, but the computer wouldn‘t let me. W: That‘s because it‘s full. M: But I‘m a new student here. I thought maybe there was some way I could get into the class. W: Well, I could put you on a waiting list. What is your name? M: My name is Kevin Huang. That‘s spelled H-U-A-N-G. W: Alright. And what is your major? M: I‘m a Classical Literature major. W: Wait a minute. You‘re a Comp Lit major? M: Yes, that‘s right. W: Why didn‘t you tell me? I didn‘t know you were one of our students. M: That‘s why I‘m trying to get into Comp Lit 287. I know it‘s a required class. W: The university computer system saves extra places in class 287 for Comp Lit students. I can give you a special code. When you register by phone, you can use the code to get into the class. Text 10 One year Miss Wyatt decided to have a holiday in Italy. She did not speak much Italian, but wherever she was, she was fortunate enough to find people who knew enough English to be able to understand what she wanted, until one day she decided to have lunch in a little restaurant in a village in the south of Italy. She had seen some nice mushrooms in the market of another village near there and thought they would taste very good, so when the waiter came to take her order for lunch, she asked whether she could have some mushrooms for her meal, but she had great difficulty in explaining to him, because she did not know the Italian word for mushroom. At last she took out a pencil and drew a picture of mushroom. The waiter‘s face brightened at once, and he hurried to the kitchen. A minute later, he returned, carrying an umbrella.

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