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湖北省荆州市 2014 届高中毕业班质量检查(II) 英 语
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案 用 0.5 毫米黑色签字笔直接填写到答题卡上对应的空白处。答在试题卷上无效。 第一部分:听力(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 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 can we learn about the man’s uncle? A. He often complains. B. He is worried about something. C. He is a happy man. 2. What is the woman most likely doing? A. Starting a new job. B. Seeing her doctor. C. Going on a romantic date. 3. What does the woman suggest? A. Not to say ―sorry‖ to Daisy. B. To say ―sorry‖ to Daisy right now. C. Not to approach Daisy right now. 4. How does the woman feel at the end of the conversation? A. Jealous. B. Hurt. C. Happy. 5. Why is the woman upset? A. Because the man shouts at her. B. Because the man is driving unsafely. C. Because the man won’t let her drive the car. 第二节(共 15 小题;每小题 1.5 分,满分 22.5 分) 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。 听第 6 段材料,回答第 6 至 8 题. 6. When will the woman probably leave her home? A. At 3:00. B. By 4:00. C. Around 6:00. 7. What should the boy do at 5:00? A. Feed the baby. B. Open the window. C. Go for a walk. 8. Who is Brian? A. The boy. B. The boy’s brother. C. The boy’s father. 听第 7 段材料,回答第 9 至 11 题. 9. Where are the two speakers planning to go in the morning? A. To a park. B. To an art museum. C. To a shopping center. 10. Why does the man want to visit the zoo in the afternoon? A. The zoo will be closed the rest of the week. B. The zoo is free to visitors that day only. C. There are unusual animals there. 11. Why doesn’t the man want to go shopping? A. He doesn’t have enough cash. B. He forgets to take his credit card. C. He wants to enjoy the view of the seashore.
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听第 8 段材料,回答第 12 至 14 题. 12. What are the speakers mainly talking about? A. The price of new cars. B. The features of the man’s car. C. What kind of car would suit the man’s needs. 13. What is most important to Freddie? A. Saving money. B. Being safe. B. Looking good. 14. What will the man probably do in the end? A. Buy a used sports car. B. Buy a new car with good gas saving. C. Buy a woman’s fancy car. 听第 9 段材料,回答第 15 至 17 题. 15. What was the purpose of the conversation? A. To find out why the woman’s recent work was poor. B. To ask about the woman’s family. C. To discuss about their work. 16. What happened to the woman’s mother? A. She was seriously sick. B. She had a car accident. C. She died of stomach cancer. 17. What is Mr. Travers’ attitude towards the woman in the end? A. Angry. B. Critical. C. Kind. 听第 10 段材料,回答第 18 至 20 题. 18. When will the passengers arrive? A. Five minutes ahead of schedule. B. Ten minutes ahead of schedule. C. Fifteen minutes ahead of schedule. 19. How can people find out which movies are being shown? A. By looking in a magazine. B. By waiting for the man’s announcement. C. By looking in the pocket on the side of their seats. 20. What can we learn about the flight? A. Smoking is only allowed in certain areas. B. Dinner will be served. C. It will stop in Beijing. 第二部分:词汇知识运用(共两节,满分 30 分) 第一节: 多项选择(共 10 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 10 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。 21. The school, more than 90 percent of whose graduates are usually admitted into key universities, enjoys an excellent _______. A.occupation B. reputation C. contribution D. foundation 22. Some people say that Mars should be protected as a wildlife reserve where we do everything possible to avoid pollution, on the _______ that life could exist on it. A. assumption B. arrangement C. assistance D. appointment 23. Children who are spoiled by their parents are more _____ than others —they are more likely to fight with their fellows for toys and candies. A. pessimistic B. sensitive C. aggressive D. punctual 24. —Will you be ______ this evening, Mary? —That depends. I am afraid I will be with my manager discussing a plan. A. demanding B. suitable C. available D. efficient 25. Harry telephoned to the airport to______ whether Flight 24 for San Francisco is departing on time. A. prove B. ensure C. confirm D. identify 26. Mike, whose ambition is to become a network engineer, was always ______from other boys by his programming ability. A. prevented B. separated C. benefited D. distinguished 27. Glass is obviously a wiser choice for the plate as it can easily be recycled and does not take
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hundreds of years to _____ like plastic. A. break off B. break out C. break down D. break into 28. Vehicle designers are well aware that they need to ______ the idea of cars that have a low environmental impact. A. end up with B. put up with C. keep up with D. come up with 29. No matter how much time you spend planning a trip, things still _____ go wrong and air travel is no exception—from weather delays to lost luggage. A. deliberately B. obviously C. originally D. occasionally 30. The closer the blood relationship between two people, the closer they are in intelligence. If we take two unrelated people _____, their degree of intelligence might be completely different. A. at ease B. at random C. in the flesh D. in many ways 第二节:完形填空(共 20 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 20 分) 阅读下面短文,从短文后所给各题的四个选项(A、B、C 和 D)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。 Three boys and three girls boarded the bus to Fort Lauderdale, dreaming of golden beaches as the gray cold of New York disappeared behind them. They noticed an old man, who sat in front of them, dressed in a plain, ill-fitting suit, never 31 , and his dusty face 32 his age. He was 33 in his seat like a stone, and the young people began to 34 about him, trying to 35 his life and his age. Deep into the night, outside Washington, one of the girls went up to him and introduced herself. ―Want some wine?‖ He took 36 the glass and drank. Slowly and 37 he told his story. His name was Vingo, he had been in 38 in New York for the past four years, and now he was going home. ―When I was in te="mailto:User" >prison I wrote to my wife,‖ he said. ―I told her that I was going to be away te="mailto:User" >for a long time, and that if she couldn't 39 it, if the kids kept asking questions, if it 40 too much, she could just forget me, I'd understand.‖ ―Last week, knowing I would be 41 , I wrote her again. We used to live in Brunswick and there's a big oak tree just as you come into town. I told her that if she would 42 me back, she should put a yellow handkerchief on the tree, and I'd 43 and come home with her. If she didn't 44 me, forget it, no handkerchief, and I'd go on through.‖ ―Wow,‖ the girl exclaimed. She told the others, and soon all of them put their faces against the window, waiting for the 45 of Brunswick. Then Brunswick was ten miles, and then five. Then, suddenly, all of the young people were up out of their seats, screaming 46 , all except Vingo. Vingo sat there 47 , looking at the oak tree. It was almost 48 with yellow handkerchiefs, 20 of them, 30 of them, maybe hundreds, a tree that stood like a huge flag of 49 , blowing in the wind. As the young people shouted, the old man rose and 50 his way to the front of the bus to go home. 31. A. moving B. leaning C. stopping D. heading 32. A. proved B. masked C. betrayed D. abandoned 33. A. rooted B. annoyed C. relaxed D. alarmed 34. A. hear B. care C. wonder D. speak 35. A. bother B. describe C. imagine D. know 36. A. away B. in C. out D. over 37. A. terribly B. eagerly C. painfully D. casually 38. A. hospital B. prison C. company D. work 39. A. support B. believe C. stand D. ignore 40. A. lasted B. influenced C. cost D. hurt 41. A. hopeless B. convenient C. successful D. free 42. A. take B. refuse C. call D. write 43. A. get out B. get off C. get on D. get in 44. A. remember B. believe C. miss D. accept 45. A. entrance B. beauty C. existence D. approach 46. A. amazingly B. joyfully C. definitely D. desperately 47. A. shocked B. puzzled C. terrified D. depressed 48. A. covered B. surrounded C. spotted D. dotted 49. A. wishes B. welcome C. victory D. success
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50. A. felt B. forced C. made D. pushed 第三部分:阅读理解(共 20 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 40 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 There are two things I can count on my dad asking every time he calls me: ―Is there anything I can do for you?‖ and ―How’s the car?‖ I guess he asks what he can do for me because his dad (an air force officer) was never really there for him, and he’s determined to provide me with the support he lacked. During my youth he never missed a school play or softball game. In fact, he was so supportive that I sometimes longed for one of those dads who dressed better and cared less. But my dad would forever be the guy wearing shorts with dress shoes and black socks, cheering me on, expecting greatness. His other standard question—How’s the car? -- used to strike me as a waste of long-distance dollars from a man who once suggested making a list of what you want to talk about before calling someone out of state. What I now realize is that ―How’s the car?‖ is not about the car. It’s a father’s way of asking his adult daughter how she is doing. The advantage is that if there’s something wrong with the car, he knows what to do about it and how much it will cost, whereas if you’re having problems about marriage or doubting a career choice, he might have to act Mom on the line. At age thirty I finally took the plunge(跳进) into adulthood by renting a car without my dad’s help or advice. I’m sure my dad was hurt rather than proud. Though a daughter’s independence is evidence of a job well done, it still implies the job’s done, and many fathers are unwilling to retire. Even when my dad was overworked, he’d happily jump on a plane if I said I needed help. His frequent question ―Is there anything I can do for you?‖ underlines the fact that he wishes there was still something he could provide. It’s interesting: Even though we’re tied by blood and I love him no matter what, he still seems to need a concrete function -- suggesting stocks, finding the cheapest plane fare -- to feel he has a role in my life. 51. In the author’s opinion, her father always attended her school plays or softball games to_____. A. satisfy any demand she made to him B. show his interest and watch them for fun C. make up what he was previously short of D. expect his daughter would be great in games 52. The author has learned that by asking ―How is the car?‖, her father is actually_____. A. reminding her not to waste money B. asking how his daughter is getting along C. expressing his concern for her daughter’s safety D. asking his daughter if the car breaks down or not 53. According to the author, her father, like many other fathers, is unwilling to retire probably because_____. A. he wants to continue to earn money B. he is doubtful of children’s independence C. he won’t put an end to caring for his children D. he is afraid of losing connection with children 54. We can safely draw a conclusion from the story that in the author’s eye her father_____. A. has a strong passion for his work B. has the deepest love for his children C. has great interest in his daughter’s car D. has too much control over his children B At the age of 11, Peter Lynch started caddying(当球童) at Brae Burn Country Club in Newton, Mass. ―It was better than a newspaper carrier, and much more profitable,‖ the Fidelity vice chairman recalls. He kept it up during the summers for almost a decade. ―You get to know the course and can give the golf players advice about how to approach various holes,‖ he says. ―Where else, at age 15 or 16, can you serve as a trusted adviser to high-powered people?‖ One of those people was George Sullivan, then president of Fidelity’s funds, who was so impressed with Lynch’s smarts that he hired him in 1966. ―There were about 75 applicants for 3
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job openings,‖ Lynch says now. ―But I was the only one who had caddied for the president for 10 years.‖ In between caddying and managing money, Lynch went to Boston College on a scholarship from a program called the Francis Ouimet Fund. Named after the 1913 winner of the U.S. Open, the fund launched in 1949 which is open to Massachusetts kids only. Ouimet executive director Robert Donovan says, ―Help with college is a logical extension of friendly relation between golfers and their favorite caddies, because there is a close tie to train up them to be excellent that happens between the players and the kids who carry their golf poles. And for the teens, caddying is all about being around successful role models.‖ It is obvious that caddies who are finally successful include all kinds of outstanding personnel, from actor Bill Murray, to New York Times columnist Thomas Friedman, to former GE chairman and CEO Jack Welch. Of course, the great number of financial giants who caddied in their youth might be coincidence, but Dick Connolly thinks not. ―Caddying life teaches you a lot about business, and about life,‖ he says. ―You learn to show up early and look people in the eye when you shake their hand, and you learn how to read people -- including who’s likely to cheat and who isn’t.‖ Connolly is a longtime investment advisor at Morgan Stanley’s Boston office, a former Ouimet scholarship student and, along with Peter Lynch and Roger Altman, one of the program’s biggest supporters. He wants to share the most important lesson he learned on the links, so he says: ―One golfer I caddied for told me that if you want to succeed in any field -- golf or business -- you have to spend a lot of lonely hours, either practicing or working, when you’d rather be partying with your friends. That’s true, and it stuck with me.‖ 55. Which of the following may Peter Lynch agree about caddying? A. He could have a relaxing job as a caddie. B. He could make more money from the golf players. C. His duty was to advise the players how to play golf. D. His caddying experiences contributed to his later career. 56. Why was the Francis Ouimet Fund set up to support Massachusetts kids only? A. Because of the advice from the rich golf players. B. Because of those giants with caddying experiences. C. Because of the great success the caddies have achieved. D. Because of the friendly relation between golfers and their caddies. 57. According to Dick Connolly, caddying experience in your youth_____. A. helps you learn to live with loneliness B. teaches you a lot about business and life C. makes it possible to meet with great people D. offers you chances to communicate with others 58. Which of the following may be the best title for the passage? A. Legend of Peter Lynch. B. An introduction of Golf Caddying. C. Golf Caddying into Future Success. D. Five Giants with Caddying Experiences. C J.K. Rowling set children’s imaginations on fire. Can the creator of Harry Potter do the same for a grown-up audience? The British author will find out on September 27, when more than 2 million hardcover(精装书) copies of her first novel for adults hit bookstores in the UK and the US, along with the digital edition. Set in a little English town, The Casual Vacancy is about an election held after an unexpected death. Michael Pietsch, Rowling’s US publisher, says the novel reminded him of Dickens ―because of the humanity, the humor, the social concerns, the intensely real characters‖. No magic though, apparently: ―This book isn’t Harry Potter‖, says Pietsch. ―It is a completely different concern‖. As with Harry Potter, there are no advance copies for the media, no early reviews. To date, the seven-book series has sold more than 450 million copies worldwide, and it became one of the most successful movie franchises in July 21, 2007. Back then, fans could buy books at midnight parties hosted by bookstores. But recent years have seen a great challenge for brick-and-mortar(实体的) bookstores. People are still buying
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books, indeed more books than in 2007, according to figures released by the Association of American Publishers. But they are reading them in a new format(样式)—the e-book. The Harry Potter series just became available digitally for the first time in April. It will be different for The Casual Vacancy, with the publisher simultaneously releasing an e-book. For Rowling fans who once queued up for Harry Potter, this means that instant satisfaction is now only a click away. Moving from children’s books to adult literature is a big transition. Will Rowling’s new book be successful? Arthur Levine, the US co-editor of the Harry Potter books, seems confident: ―If you read or re-read the Harry Potter books, you can see that Rowling has all the strengths she needs for great success as a fiction writer –you have great characters, an involving plot, a sense of humor and great empathy‖. 59. In Paragraph 2, what Michael Pietsch says means that_____. A. Dickens’ works are too impressive to forget. B. J.K. Rowling has all the strengths of Dickens. C. The new book is similar to Dickens’ works in some way. D. The new book is quite different from the works of Dickens. 60. The underlined word ―simultaneously‖ has the closest meaning with―______‖. A. willingly B. meanwhile C. especially D. eventually 61. What’s the main purpose of Paragraph 3? A. To explain why the new book will have a digital edition. B. To show the Harry Potter series are popular with readers. C. To compare J.K. Rowling’s old books and her new book. D. To clarify the great challenges for brick-and-mortar bookstores. 62. What do the Harry Potter series and The Casual Vacancy have in common? A. They are both intended for children. B. They both show the author’s great talent. C. Their characters both have magical power. D. Both of them won’t be read on the Internet. D Our love of music and appreciation of musical harmony is learnt and not based on natural ability, a new study by University of Melbourne researchers has found. The researchers said previous theories about how we appreciate music were based on the physical functions of sound, the ear itself and a born ability to hear harmony. The study shows that musical harmony can be learnt, and it is a matter of training the brain to hear the sounds. So if you thought that the music of some foreign culture (or Jazz) sounded like the crying of cats, it’s simply because you haven’t learnt to listen by their rules. The researchers used 66 volunteers with a range of musical training and tested their ability to hear combinations of notes(音符) to determine if they found the combinations familiar or pleasing. They found that people needed to be familiar with combinations of notes. If they found the notes unfamiliar they also found the sound unpleasant. This finding put an end to centuries of theories claiming that physical functions of the ear determine what we find attractive. The study found that trained musicians were much more sensitive to unpleasant notes than non-musicians. When they couldn’t find the note, the musicians reported that the sounds were unpleasant, while non-musicians were much less sensitive. This shows the importance of training or nurturing(培养) the brain to like particular sound of combinations of notes, like those found in jazz or rock. Depending on their training, a strange chord(和弦) sound was pleasant to some musicians, but very unpleasant to others. This showed us that even the ability to hear a musical note is learnt. To confirm this finding, they trained 19 non-musicians to find the notes of a random selection of western chords. Not only did the participants’ ability to hear notes improve rapidly, afterward they reported that the chords they had learnt sounded more pleasant -- regardless of how the chords were played. The question of why some combinations of musical notes are heard as pleasant or unpleasant has long been debated. ―We have shown in this study that for music, beauty is in the brain of the beholder(观看者)‖, a researcher said. 63. According to the study, people find foreign music quite unpleasant because_____. A. they hear the music much too often
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B. they don’t like the person playing it C. they have no idea about how to listen D. they have no born musical ability at all 64. Although non-musicians were less sensitive to music, they can still_____. A. be trained to like particular music B. make friends with real musicians C. find the beauty of chords without training D. enjoy the beauty of music when played by musicians 65. The 19 non-musicians were trained in order to show_____. A. the brain likes particular combinations of notes B. not a strange note was pleasant to all musicians C. how the chords were played was very important D. people’s ability to te="mailto:User" >hear a musical note can be learntte="mailto:User" > te="mailto:User" > 66. What is the main idea of the passage? A. Love of musical harmony can’t be taught. B. Love of music is not natural but nurtured. C. Listening to music can improve your brain. D. You can be a musician without being trained. E When Hurricane Phailin hit India in late 2013, it became the largest storm to strike the subcontinent in over a decade. The storm affected more than 12 million people in India and neighboring countries, and damaged or destroyed many houses. However, good news is that cleverly-designed beach house created by architect Ray Huff can survive such strong winds and storm waves. Located on the shore of an Indian island, Huff’s award-winning cube-shaped beach house was built to replace one smashed to pieces by Hurricane Phailin. Huff pointed out that many houses built along shoreline were poorly constructed, and enforcement(执行) of building codes wasn’t strict. After Phailin’s attack, all new shoreline houses are required to meet stricter, better-enforced codes. The new beach house should be able to stand a Category 3 hurricane with peak winds of 179 to 209 kilometers per hour. At first sight, Huff's house looks anything but hurricane-proof. Its redwood shell makes it resemble ―a large party lantern‖ at night, according to one observer. But looks can be misleading. The house’s wooden frame is reinforced(加固) with long steel rods to give it extra strength. To further protect the house from hurricane damage, Huff raised it 2.7 meters off the ground on pilings---long columns of wood anchored(固定) deep in the sand. Pilings might appear insecure, but they are strong enough to support the weight of the house. They also balance the house above storm waves. The pilings allow the waves to run under the house instead of running into it. ―These swells of water come ashore at great speeds and cause most of the damage done to beach-front buildings,‖ said Huff. Huff designed the wooden pilings to be partially hidden by the house’s ground-to-roof shell. ―The shell masks the pilings so that the house doesn’t look like it’s standing with its pant legs pulled up,‖ said Huff. In case of a storm wave, the shell should break apart and let the waves rush under the house, the architect explained. 67. After Hurricane Phailin, new houses built along shore line are required_____. A. to be easily reinforced B. to look smarter in design C. to meet stricter building standards D. to be designed in the shape of cubes 68. The award-winning beach house is quite strong because____. A. it is made of redwood B. it is in the shape of a shell C. it is strengthened by steel rods D. it is built with wood and stones 69. Huff raised the house 2.7 meters off the ground on wooden pilings in order to _____. A. support the weight of the house B. allow the waves to run through the house
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C. anchor stronger pilings deep in the sand D. prevent water from rushing into the house 70. The main function of the shell is_____. A. to give the house a better appearance B. to strengthen the pilings of the house C. to protect the wooden frame of the house D. to slow down the speed of the swelling water 第四部分:书面表达(共两节,满分 50 分) 第一节:完成句子(共 10 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 20 分) 阅读下列各小题,根据汉语句子,用句末括号内的英语单词完成句子,并将答案写在答 题卡上的相应题号后。 71. While he was rescuing survivors in the ruins, little ___________ his safety, though he was in great danger himself. (care) 当他在废墟里救助幸存者的时候 ,虽然自己处在巨大的危险之中 ,他并不在乎个人安危。 72. Science and technology is developing rapidly and it’s hard to predict ___________ in another 20 years. (like) 科学技术日新月异,很难预测再过 20 年世界会是什么样。 73. Wolves are highly social animals ______________ cooperation. (depend) 狼是高度群体化的动物,其成功依赖于合作。 74. _______________ her, she always tries to avoid me, pretending not to have seen me at all. (approach) 不管我什么时候接近她,她总是试图躲避,假装根本没看见我。 75. On Nov. 13, 2013 the powerful typhoon ―Haiyan‖ hit the Philippines, ____________. (leave) 2013 年 11 月 13 日,强台风海燕袭击了菲律宾,使得几百万人无家可归。 76. The young lady _______________ with her husband about money and housework. (hear) 经常听到那位年青女士为钱和家务事与丈夫争吵。 77. Should ________________, I would try to help you to apply for a better job in my company. (work) 要是你失业了,我就在我的公司里为你申请一份更好的工作。 78. It is your efforts, not your intelligence ______________ your success. (contribute) 努力而不是聪明促成的。 79. With _____________, the newly-elected chairman couldn’t sleep well at night. (settle) 新任主席有许多问题要解决,晚上无法安睡。 80. Mary as well as her sisters ______________ to learn Chinese, for they want to have a better understanding of Chinese culture.(decide) 玛丽和她的姐妹们已经决定留下来学习汉语,因为她们想更深入地了解中国文化。 第二节:短文写作(共 1 题;满分 30 分) 请你根据以下提示,并结合事例,用英语写一篇短文。 Only when we match our words with actions can we make a difference in what we hope to accomplish. 注意: ① 无须写标题; ② 除诗歌外,文体不限; ③ 文中不得透露个人姓名和学校名称; ④ 词数为不少于 120 字,如引用提示语则不计入总词数。

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荆州市 2014 届高中毕业班质量检查(Ⅱ ) 英语试题答案及评分标准 第一部分: 听力(30 分) 01-05AACBB 06-10ACBBC 11-15ACABA 16-20ACCAB 第二部分:语言知识运用(30 分) 第一节 多项选择(10 分) 21-25 BACCC 26-30DCDDB 第二节 完形填空(20 分) 31-35ABACC 36-40DCBCD 41-45DABDD 46-50BAABC 第三部分:阅读理解(40 分) 51-55CBCBD 56-60DBCCB 61-65ABCAD 66-70BCCDA 第四部分:书面表达(满分 50 分) 第一节 完成句子(20 分) 71. did he care about 72. what the world will be/look like 73. whose success depends on 74. Whenever I approach 75. leaving millions (of people ) homeless 76. is often heard to quarrel 77. you be out of work 78. that contribute to 79. many problems to settle 80. has decided to stay 本大题评分包括语法、结构和词汇三个方面: 1、凡出现主干语法、词语搭配或结构错误,扣 2 分。 2、词汇拼写错误及细小语法错误如冠词、名词单复数错误等,只扣 0.5 分,扣完 1 分 为止。 第二节 短文写作(30 分) 参考范文: ―Actions speak louder than words.‖ The message in this saying is conveyed very clearly: taking action is more meaningful than just shouting empty slogans. Only if we match our words with actions can we achieve our dream. When it comes to taking action, Nelson Mandela’s example can’t escape me. Even when he was a young man, he dreamed of making black people and white people equal. Rather than just paying lip service, he went through many struggles to put his ideas into practice. To make his dream come true, he himself was in prison for almost thirty years. Not only has he inspired many to follow him despite many difficulties, but he has become an international symbol for fairness and justice. Nelson Mandela sets a good example to us all, which makes it self-evident that we must take immediate action to make a difference in whatever we hope to accomplish.

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