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福建师大附中 2017-2018 学年下学期期末考试

高二(平行班)英语试卷

时间: 120分钟 满分: 150分

第Ⅰ卷 (共 79 分)

第一部分:听力(共 20 题;每小题 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 is the man holding?

A. A tool.

B. A ladder.

C. A new light.

2. What does the man suggest the woman do?

A. Leave soon.

B. Pay her gas bill.

C. Get some tests

done.

3. What is the woman doing?

A. Attending a class.

B. Doing her homework.

C. Helping the

man with math.

4. What can we learn from the conversation?

A. The car is in perfect condition.

B. The car can be fixed on time.

C. The man can't fix the car.

5. What should the man do to find the glasses store?

A. Look in the parking lot.

B. Turn right at the fountain.

C. Walk through the pet shop.

第二节

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。

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听第 6 段材料,回答第 6、7 题。

6. What happened to the man?

A. He lost his job.

B. He failed a test.

C. He taught a

class in college.

7. Who is the man talking with?

A. His boss.

B. His teacher.

C.

His

classmate.

听第 7 段材料,回答第 8、9 题。

8. Which city are the speakers in?

A. San Francisco.

B. San Diego.

C. Los Angeles.

9. What is the woman waiting for?

A. A train.

B. Her jacket.

C. A report.

听第 8 段材料,回答第 10 至 12 题。

10. Why is the woman upset?

A. The man didn't call.

B. The man didn’t turn up.

C. The man

didn’t apologize.

11. Who is the man probably speaking to?

A. A waitress.

B. A professor.

C. A doctor.

12. When will the speakers meet?

A. This afternoon.

B. On Thursday.

C. On Tuesday.

听第 9 段材料,回答第 13 至 16 题。

13. What kind of meat does the man usually put in his sandwich?

A. Turkey.

B. Beef.

C. Ham.

14. What did the woman do this morning?

A. She baked a cake.

B. She ate some chocolate.

C. She made

cheeseburgers.

15. Why is the woman being very nice today?

A. She had extra time.

B. She was in the mood to cook.

C. She wants the man to take her to the movies.

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16. How does the man feel about romance movies?

A. Boring.

B. Funny.

C. Wonderful

听第 10 段材料,回答第 17 至 20 题。

17. What is the speaker's favorite Will Smith movie?

A. Bad Boys.

B. Men in Black.

C. The Fresh Prince

of Bel-Air.

18. How did the speaker first learn about Will Smith?

A. As a producer.

B. As a TV star.

C. As a movie

star.

19. When did Parents Just Don't Understand come out?

A. In the mid-1990s.

B. In the early 1990s.

C. In the late

1980s.

20. What award has Will Smith won four times?

A. The Golden Globes. B. Grammys.

C. Oscars.

第二部分 阅读理解(共两节, 满分 29 分)

第一节 (共 12 小题;每小题 2 分, 满分 24 分)

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Thrift stores are a refuge (避难所) for countless items from landing in garbage

piles. Value Village, for example, saves more than 650 million pounds of clothing

from landfills (垃圾填埋场) each year, making it one of the largest recyclers of

used garments in the world. Their stores give a second life to 1.8 million pounds

of clothes every day, which is equal to 600 mid?sized cars. Almost 100 percent of

clothing and textiles(纺织品) are recyclable,yet 85 percent of them end up in

landfills. It's estimated that the average person throws away 70 pounds of clothing

a year.

Lindsay Coulter is the so?called “Queen of Green” with the David Suzuki

Foundation, educating people on how to live a greener life by making changes around

the house. She says that donating or shopping at thrift stores is an excellent way

to exercise all three of the three Rs: reduce, reuse and recycle. She says, “Whether

it's a purse or a pair of shoes,it’s really worth considering going to thrift stores

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as another point of contact to help reduce your consumption.” Coulter points out

that since landfills are airtight, textiles take longer to break down. “I’d imagine

things like an old towel, a rag or an old T?shirt will last a really long time,”

she says. The beauty of thrift shopping is that the supply is never?ending, so if

you don't find what you're looking for one day, it's likely to show up in no time.

One person who knows this quite well is Jodi Jacyk, costume specialist in the

Department of Theatre and Film at the University of British Columbia. She says the

majority of items for the university’s productions are purchased second?hand.

Because of her shrinking budget, items like clothing and shoes are thrifted from

Value Village. “We are constantly thrifting and we reuse costumes for many years.

Thrift shopping is a much easier, cheaper way to do things,” she says.

The next time you need to lighten your closet, take the opportunity to go thrift

shopping to lighten both your carbon footprint and your financial burden at the same

time.

1. What is a “thrift store” according to the text?

A. It deals with daily garbage.

B. It sells second?hand items.

C. It exchanges new clothes.

D. It donates used items.

2. Why did Lindsay Coulter advise shopping at thrift stores?

A. To be friendly to the environment.

B. To make a change of lifestyle.

C. To reduce the cost of the family.

D. To collect money for the

Foundation.

3. What do we know about Jodi Jacyk?

A. She doesn't budget carefully.

B. She complains a lot about her

job.

C. She is a fan of thrift shopping.

D. She is known as “Queen of

Green”.

4. What is the author's attitude toward thrift shopping?

A. Conservative.

B. Cautious.

C. Doubtful.

D.

Supportive.

B

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Science is finally beginning to hug animals who were, for a long time, considered second-class citizens.
As Annie Potts of Canterbury University has noted, chickens distinguish among one hundred chicken faces and recognize familiar individuals even after months of separation. When given problems to solve, they reason: hens trained to pick colored buttons sometimes choose to give up an immediate food reward for a slightly later (and better) one. Healthy hens may aid friends, and mourn when those friend die.
Pigs respond meaningfully to human symbols. When a research team led by Candace Croney at Penn State University carried wooden blocks marked with X and O symbols around pigs, only the O carriers offered food to the animals. The pigs soon ignored the X carriers in favor of the O's. Then the team switched from real-life objects to T-shirts printed with X or O symbols. Still, the pigs walked only toward the O-shirted people: they had transferred their knowledge to a two-dimensional format, a not inconsiderable skill of reasoning.
I’ve been guilty of prejudiced opinions, myself. At the start of my career almost four decades ago, I was firmly convinced that monkeys and apes out-think and out-feel other animals. They're other primates(灵长目动物), after all, animals from our own mammal class. Fairly soon, I came to see that along with our closest living relatives, whales too are masters of cultural learning, and elephants express profound joy and mourning with their social companions. Long-term studies in the wild on these mammals helped to fuel a viewpoint change in our society: the public no longer so easily accepts monkeys made to go through painful procedure in laboratories, elephants forced to perform in circuses, and dolphins kept in small tanks at theme parks.
Over time, though, as I began to broaden out even further and explore the inner lives of fish, chickens, pigs, goats, and cows, I started to wonder: Will the new science of "food animals" bring an ethical (伦理的) revolution in terms of who we eat? In other words, will our ethics start to catch up with the development of our science?
Animal activists are already there, of course, committed to not eating these
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animals. But what about the rest of us? Can paying attention to the thinking and

feeling of these animals lead us to make changes in who we eat?

5. According to Annie Potts, hens have the ability of_____________.

A. interaction

B. analysis

C. creation

D. abstraction

6. The research into pigs shows that pigs___________.

A. learn letters quickly

B. have a good eyesight

C. can build up a good relationship

D. can apply knowledge to new

situations

7. Paragraph 4 is mainly about________.

A. the similarities between mammals and humans

B. the necessity of long-term studies on mammals

C. a change in people's attitudes towards animals

D. a discovery of how animals express themselves

8. What might be the best title for the passage?

A. The Inner Lives of Food Animals

B. The Lifestyles of Food

Animals

C. Science Reports on Food Animals

D. A Revolution in Food

Animals

C

Some of the best research on daily experience is rooted in rates of positive

and negative interactions, which has proved that being blindly positive or negative

can cause others to be frustrated or annoyed or even to tune out.

Over the last two decades, scientists have made remarkable predictions simply

by watching people interact with one another and then scoring the conversations based

on the rate of positive and negative interactions. Researchers have used the findings

to predict everything from the likelihood that a couple will divorce to the chances

of a work team with high customer satisfaction and productivity levels.

More recent research helps explain why these brief exchanges matter so much.

When you experience negative emotions as a result of criticism or rejection, for

example, your body produces higher levels of the stress hormone, which shuts down

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much of your thinking and activates conflict and defense mechanisms (机制). You

assume that situations are worse than they actually are.

When you experience a positive interaction, it activates a very different

response. Positive exchanges increase your body’s production of oxytocin(后叶催

产素), a feel-good that increases your ability to communicate with, cooperate with

and trust others. But the effects of a positive occurrence are less dramatic and

lasting than they are for a negative one.

We need at least three to five positive interactions to outweigh every one

negative exchange. Bad moments simply outweigh good ones. Whether you’re having

a conversation, keep this simple short cut in mind: At least 80 percent of your

conversations should be focused on what’s going right.

Workplaces, for example, often see this. During performance reviews, managers

routinely spend 80 percent of their time on weaknesses and “areas for improvement”.

They spend roughly 20 percent of the time on strengths and positive aspects. Any

time you have discussions with a person or group, spend the vast majority of the

time talking about what is working, and use the remaining time to address weaknesses.

9. The underlined phrase “tune out” in Paragraph 1 probably means

.

A. stop listening B. gain courage

C. sing aloud

D. feel

stressed

10. What will happen if you experience negative emotions?

A. The situations are sure to become worse.

B. Much of your thinking will be prevented.

C. You will feel an urge to improve and become better.

D. You’ll be motivated to resolve conflicts with people.

11. From Paragraph 4, we can learn that

.

A. we need a positive feeling to beat one negative feeling

B. positive interactions have greater effects than negative ones

C. our conversation should center on what needs improvement

D. the effect of negative feelings lasts longer than that of positive ones

12. What is the best title for the passage?

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A. Harmful Negatives

B. More Positive Interactions

C. How to Be a Productive Manager

D. Less Time on Strengths and Positive

Aspects

第二节 (共 5 小题, 每小题 1 分, 满分 5 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。

The Art of Slow Reading

If you are reading this article in print, chances are that you will only get

through half of what I have written. And if you are reading this online, you may

not even finish a fifth. ___1___ They suggest that many of us no longer have the

concentration to read articles through to their conclusion.

So are we getting stupider? Actually, our online habits are damaging the mental

power we need to process and understand textual information. Round-the-clock news

makes us read from one article to the next without necessarily engaging fully with

any of the content. Our reading is frequently stopped by the noise of the latest

email and we are now absorbing short bursts of words on Twitter and Facebook more

regularly than longer texts. ___2___ But we are gradually forgetting how to sit back,

think carefully, and relate all the facts to each other.

___3___ A desperate bunch of academics want us to take our time while reading,

and re-reading. They ask us to switch off our computers every so often and rediscover

both the joy of personal engagement with printed texts, and the ability to process

them fully. What’s to be done then? Most slow readers realize that total rejection

of the web is extremely unrealistic. They feel that getaway from technology for a

while is the answer. ___4___

Personally, I’m not sure whether I could ever go offline for long. Even while

writing this article, I am switching constantly between sites, skimming too often,

absorbing too little. Internet reading has become too rooted in my daily life for

me to change. I read essays and articles not in hard copy but as PDFs. I suspect

that many readers are in a similar position.___5___ You can download a computer

application called Freedom, which allows you to read in peace by cutting off your

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Internet connection. Or if you want to avoid being disturbed by the Internet, you could always download offline reader Instapaper for your iPhone. If you’re still reading my article, that is slow reading. A. The Internet is probably part of the problem. B. Now some campaigns are advocating slow reading. C. These are the two findings from the recent research projects. D. But if you just occasionally want to read more slowly, help is at hand. E. Some of them have suggested turning their computers off for one day a week. F. Slow reading can help connect a reader to neighborhood and become popular. G. Because of the Internet, we have become very good at collecting information. 第三部分 完形填空(共 20 小题;每小题 1.5 分, 满分 30 分)
Fifteen years ago, I took a summer vacation in Lecce in Italy. After climbing up a hill for a full view of the blue sea, I paused to catch my 1 and then positioned myself to take a photo.
Unfortunately, just as I took out my camera, a woman approached from behind and 2 herself right in front of my 3 . Like me, she was here to stop, sigh and appreciate the scenery.
4 as I was, after about 15 minutes, my camera scanning the sun and reviewing the shot I would 5 take, I was upset. Should I ask her to 6 so that I could take just one picture of the landscape? Sure, I could have asked her, but something 7 me doing so. She seemed so 8 in her observation. I didn’t want to mess with that.
Another 15 minutes passed and I grew more 9 . The woman was still there. I decided to take the photo 10 . And now when I look at it, I think her 11 in the photo is what makes the image 12 . The landscape, beautiful on its own, somehow comes to life and breathes 13 this woman is engaging with it. This photo, with the 14 beauty that unfolded before me and the woman who “ 15 ” it, now hangs on the wall in my bedroom. What would she think if she knew that her figure is captured (捕捉) and 16 on a strangers bedroom wall? A bedroom, after all, is a very private space, in which a woman I don’t even know has been kept forever.
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In some ways, she has been 17 in my house.

Perhaps we all live in each other’s space. Perhaps this is what photos are for:

to 18 us that we all appreciate beauty, and that we all share a common 19 for

pleasure and connection.

This photo is a reminder, a captured moment, an unspoken 20 between two women,

separated only by a thin square of glass.

1. A. sight

B. breath

C. way

D.

attention

2. A. planted

B. found

C. lost

D.

enjoyed

3. A. concern

B. photo

C. view

D.

direction

4. A. Cautious

B. Curious

C. Casual

D.

Patient

5. A. eventually

B. randomly

C. extremely

D.

hurriedly

6. A. keep away B. go over

C. move along

D. stay out

7. A. caught

B. sent

C. got

D.

prevented

8. A. anxious

B. content

C. quiet

D.

confident

9. A. excited

B. annoyed

C. worried

D. confused

10. A. anyway

B. somehow

C. instead

D.

indeed

11. A. beauty

B. behavior

C. determination

D.

presence

12. A. puzzling B. disappointing

C. interesting

D.

boring

13. A. unless

B. because

C. although

D. until

14. A. strange

B. regrettable

C. distant

D.

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unique 15. A. ruined discovered 16. A. protected drawn 17. A. hanging wandering 18. A. promise 19. A. respect sense 20. A. conversation love

B. created B. observed B. living B. tell B. plan B. result

C. missed C. frozen
C. shining C. convince C. desire
C. trust

D. D. D. D. remind D.
D.

第 II 卷 (共 71 分) 第四部分:基础知识(共三节, 满分 31 分) 第一节 根据所给首字母,写出正确的单词来完成句子(共 11 小题;每小题 1 分, 满分 11 分) 1. The student shut himself in the study writing his graduate essay for fear of
being i________ by his naughty brother. 2. Your m_______ kitchen really needs to be cleaned thoroughly. 3. The boy stood on the playground h_______ over whether to join the game or not
and afraid of being turned down. 4. You were completely m_______ about John. He just looked like the thief who ran
away. 5. Young people often o_________ all sorts of warning signals about their own health,
afraid of losing their jobs. 6. Why not keep a dictionary at hand for c________? You can look up into the
dictionary whenever you meet new words. 7. Although she has spared no efforts on learning, she still couldn’t live up to
her parents’ e__________. 8. When he returned to his home town after the war, he found it had changed beyond
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all r__________.

9. What's the use of theoretical knowledge that has no p________ application?

10. Father’s o_________ to my trip to the UK was that the cost was too far more

than we can afford.

11. The employment is increasing sharply with the business b_______ and making money

is not that difficult.

第二节 根据句意从方框中选出合适的短语, 用其适当的形式完成句子,有一个多余选项。

(共 10 小题;每小题 1 分, 满分 10 分)

in favor of pay off rob…of… identify…as… keep up

mark out date back in terms of look ahead

get through

associate…with…

1. If you _______________ and prepared financially for life's unexpected

challenges and emergencies when you were young, you would be living a comfortable

and well-off life now.

2. The activity of the Spring Festival Parade is held annually in Chinatown with

the purpose of ___________________ the Chinese tradition.

3. We’d better have the road signs __________________ clearly so that the tourists

can know in which direction to go.

4. Plans for constructing a tunnel were rejected _____________the bridge mainly

due to the tight budget.

5. Once ________________ economic and political independence, one country is

unlikely to earn respect from the others across the globe.

6. For the students who approach Senior Three, believing that our hard work

_____________________ can strengthen our confidence and determination.

7. Optimism tends to ________________ good physical health, less depression and

longer life.

8. Graffiti (涂鸦)has existed since ancient times with examples ______________to

Ancient Greece and the Roman Empire.

9. No sooner had the tiring task of decorating the house ___________

____ with than a pipe burst in the toilet and ruined the floor

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throughout. 10. Each product ______________ having passed the required tests is certain to be
stamped with a “Qualified” mark. 第三节 根据课文内容填空(注意:每空一词或多于一词;共 10 小题;每小题 1 分, 满分 10 分) 1. It also _______________________________ being the most multicultural state in the USA, having attracted people from all over the world. The customs and languages of the immigrants live on in their new home. _______________________________ is not surprising when you know the history of California. 2. Then _______________________________ that Dolly had become seriously ill. Cloning scientists _______________________________ to find that Dolly’s illnesses were more appropriate to a much older animal. 3. The _______________________________ that it is difficult to get new ideas accepted unless they are _______________________________. 4. But, sir, once _______________________________, that girl could _______________________________ in three months as a duchess at an ambassador's garden party. 5. We have found human and animal bones in those caves higher up the hill as well as tools and other objects. So we think it is _______________________________ they lived in these caves, _______________________________.
第五部分 语法填空(共 10 小题;每小题 1 分, 满分 10 分) 阅读下列材料, 在空白出填入适当的内容(1 个单词)或括号内单词的适当形式。
To reach one local restaurant, a bowl of Chinese noodles travels across the Eurasian continent and settles on the Scandinavian Peninsula, 1 (place) before hungry people visiting the home of Santa Claus.
A Chinese man brought local dishes reganmian and hot pot to Rovaniemi, Finland, becoming the first Chinese 2 (open) an restaurant in the Arctic Circle.
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Hu Liang, from Central China’s Hubei province, migrated to Finland after graduation at 21. For twelve years, he 3 (see) more and more Chinese tourists visiting the country to enjoy the winter holiday, Aurora Borealis (北极光)— and of course, the purported(传说的)home of Santa Claus.
“Chinese people are becoming 4 (rich) and more international. 5 has not changed is their 6 (stomach). So I made 7 decision to open the restaurant.”
Hu’s restaurant serves reganmian, a traditional Wuhan noodle dish with spicy flavor and a sesame paste (芝麻酱) dressing, as well as Chinese hotpot. He orders food materials from Chinese trade corporations through e-commerce platforms and 8 (offer) e-payment popular among Chinese people such as Alipay.
9 a price of 15 euro ($18.45), a bowl of reganmian is not only great comfort for Chinese tourists who have traveled from thousands of miles 10 , but also an attraction to local Finns.
第六部分 写作 (共两节 满分 30 分) 第一节 短文改错(满分 10 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。每处错误仅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(∧), 并在此符号下面写出该加的词。 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。
When I was in high school, I seldom had a chance to help my parents in the housework. Felt quite sorry for that, I wondered what to do to help. One day, my parents went out shopping. I suddenly got an idea: why not to give the apartment a thoroughly clean? I began by putting all the books, newspapers and another things in place. Then I wiped the dust off the furnitures. After that, I swept and mop the floor. When my parents came back, they were surprising to find all
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the rooms tidy. My mother gave me hug. Tired as I was, they felt very happy.
第二节 书面表达 (满分 20 分) 阅读下面一则广告,按照要求完成写作任务。
EIL International English Summer Camp Volunteer Wanted
EIL was founded in Britain in 1936 with the fundamental aim of international understanding “Learn to live together by living together”. Requirements: Over 16; good knowledge of English; outgoing; working well with children between 7-12 Activities: Language study, outdoor recreation and travel Campers: Students from different countries Camp site: Mount Wuyi, Fujian Time: July 26-August 9 Application deadline: July 15. 2018 If interested, please e-mail to info@eiuk.org 假设你是李华,这则广告引起了你的兴趣,请用英文写一封自荐信。要求如下: 1) 对夏令营主题的理解; 2) 根据招聘要求自我介绍; 3) 参加夏令营的目的。 注意:1. 信的开头和结尾已为你写好,不计入总词数; 2. 词数 120 左右。
Dear sir, I’m Li Hua from Fujian.
_______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________
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_______________________________________________________________________________ _____________________
I am looking forward to your early reply.

sincerely,

Yours

Li Hua

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福建师大附中2017-2018学年下学期期末考试

高二(平行班)英语答卷

第 I 卷(79 分)

I. 听力(20 分)1-5 BABBA 6-10 ABCCA 11-15 BCCAC 16-20 AABCB

II. 阅读(29 分)第一节:1-4 BACD 5-8 BDCA 9-12 ABDB

第二节:七选五 13-17 CGBED

III.完型填空 (30 分) 1-5 BACDA 6-10 CDBBA 11-15 DCBDA 16-20 CBDCA

第 II 卷(71 分)

I.给首字母写单词(11 分)

1. interrupted 2. messy 3. hesitating 4. mistaken 5. overlook 6. convenience

7. expectation(s) 8.recognition 9. practical 10. objection 11.boom/booming

II.选动词填空(10分)

1. had looked ahead 2. keeping up 3. marked out 4. in favor of 5. robbed

of

6. will pay off

7. be associated with

8. dating back 9.

been got/gotten through

10. identified as

III.根据课文内容填空(10 分)

1. has the distinction of; This diversity of culture

2. came the disturbing news; were cast down

3. criteria are so strict;truly novel

4. educated to speak properly ;pass herself off

5. reasonable to assume;regardless of the cold

IV. 语法填空(10 分)

1. placed

2. to open

3. has seen 4. richer

5. What

6. stomachs

7. the/that

8. offers 9. At

10. away

V. 短文改错(10 分)

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VII.书面表达范文(20 分) Dear sir,
I’m Li Hua from Fujian. When I was reading the advertisement, the aim of this activity impressed me greatly. I think it instructive to learn to live together by living together. It is a good opportunity for the only child like me to learn to share and work together. Therefore I recommend myself to you without hesitation.
As a boy of 17, I am outgoing, good at English and have experience of working well with children aged from 7 to 12. I think it is a kind of win-win activity. For one thing, I can help take care of the children. For another thing, I can improve my English, make more friends, and enrich my life during the summer vacation.
I am looking forward to your early reply. Sincerely yours, Li Hua
听力录音原稿: Text 1 W: The ladder is fine. You don't have to hold it. (1) But could you give me some tools? I need to tighten this so the light will stay in one place. M: OK, one second. I'll get one for you. The new light is here on the table。 Text 2 W: I need to go to the bank to pay my gas bill, and then I'll go to the hospital
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to get some tests done. M: I hope you're not sick. And by the way, it's almost 3: 00. You'd better hurry because everything will close soon.(2) Text 3 W: I have been working on this math problem for 30 minutes. (3) M: It may help to work on another problem first. When you come back to this problem, you might be able to work it out more easily. W: That sounds reasonable。 Text 4 W: Something is wrong with my car. Can you have it fixed by next Tuesday? M: Let me see. Oh, it's not serious, so it shouldn't take too long. (4) Text 5 M: Excuse me. Do you know where I can buy some glasses? W: There is a glasses store, but it's outside. Go this way through the mall and turn left at the fountain. Go out from the mall and find the exit next to the pet shop, and you'll see the building in the parking lot. (5) Text 6 M: How are you, Mrs. Brandon? W: Pretty good. How are you doing? M: Not so good. I lost my job today. (6) W: I'm sorry to hear that. M: How are your students doing? (7) W: They are very nervous about their final exam. M: I remember you gave our class a hard final exam in my first year of college.(7) Many of us failed. But I really learned a lot from you. I can speak very good English now. W: Thank you for saying so. Text 7 M: Excuse me. Can you tell me when the next train to San Francisco is? W: I'm sorry. I don, t know. I'm heading to San Diego. I think you'll have to ask
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one of the ticket agents at the counter over there。 M: Don't you work here? You're wearing a Los Angeles station uniform. (8) W:Oh, no. I don't. This is just a jacket. One of the cleaners let me borrow it. It's cold, and my jacket got wet by accident when they were washing the walls. M: Oh, I’m sorry to hear that. I hope you're not hurt. W: I'm fine. But I need to wait while they make an official report. (9) M: That sounds serious. I hope you don't miss your train. Text 8 M: I'm really sorry. I was sick today. W: Look, I'm not upset that you couldn't keep your appointment. But you didn't call me.(10) When someone doesn't turn up and doesn' t call, it makes someone else wait. M: You're right. I apologize. I didn't feel well. And I guess I just wasn't thinking of calling you at the time. W: OK. Apology accepted. Now, I suppose you need to set up another appointment?(11) M: Yes, I do. But I'm really worried about my project. (11) Can you see me now if I wait? W: No, I can see you at 3: 00 this afternoon, or during my office hours on Tuesday, Thursday, or Friday. M: Great. Your office hours are fine. 2: 00, right? W: That's right. Which day would you prefer? (12) M: Tuesday. (12) W: OK. Be there this time, OK? (12) M: I will.(12) Text 9 M: Thank you for making lunch for me today. I' m really busy, and I didn't have time to make anything. W: No problem. I hope you like the cheese sandwiches. I put turkey in one and beef in the other. M: I see that. I wouldn't have thought to put turkey in a cheese sandwich
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W: I thought you'd try something new other than ham. (13) M: The beef will be OK, I'm sure,(13 )but the turkey I'll have to try. W: Let me know how you like it. And enjoy the chocolate cake. (14) M: I love chocolate cake. When did you make that? (14) W: I woke up a little earlier than usual and I was in a cooking mood. So, I thought I'd make a cake for you. (14) M: You're being very nice today. Is it because you want something? (15) W: Who, me? Well, maybe if you have time later, would you mind taking me to the movies?(15) There 's a new romance movie that I'd like to see. M: I hate movies like that; they are boring.(16) But I'll do it for you. I did hear it was good, but I'd rather see the new wonderful action movie W: It'll be fun. Don’t worry. Text 10 A lot of people know Will Smith from the movies he has been in, such as the Men in Black movies with Tommy Lee Jones. But Will has been acting in movies since the mid-1990S, and I think his 1995 film, Bad Boys with Martin Lawrence, was his best film.(17)Before he started acting in movies, I used to watch his best TV comedy, The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, in the early 1990s.(18) I still think this is where he did his best work. One day, a friend asked if I knew the 1988 song Parents Just Don't Understand by DJ Jazzy Jeff and the Fresh Prince,(19) and that's when I realized that Will Smith and The Fresh Prince were actually the same person! As his career grew from TV to the big screen, his popularity grew. He has worked on dozens of movies, both as an actor and a producer. What is really amazing is that the entertainment industry has recognized his work by nominating(提名) him for many different types of awards, like the Golden Globes and Oscars, and he has even won four Grammys.(20)
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