2014 学年第二学期徐汇区学习能力诊断卷 高三英语 试卷
Listening Comprehension Section A Directions: In Section A, you will hear ten short conversations between two speakers. At the end of each conve
rsation, a question will be asked about what was said. The conversations and the questions will be spoken only once. After you hear a conversation and the question about it, read the four possible answers on your paper, and decide which one is the best answer to the question you have heard. 1. A. In the clinic. 2. A. $2. C. Husband and wife. 4. A. Decoration. 5. A. Advertisements. B. Traffic. B. TV programs. B. At the airport. B. $4. C. On the playground. C. $12. B. Mother and son. D. Teacher and student. C. Space. C. Shopping. D. Noise. D. Forms of pastime. D. In the prison. D. $24.
3. A. Customer and shop assistant.
6. A. The man can see a different view. C. The man cannot afford the food. 7. A. Some people tell a lot more than they know. B. Some people like to hide their thoughts. C. What the woman said is wrong. D. He knows more than the woman does. 8. A. He is not equal to the job. B. He is not well paid for his work. C. He doesn?t think the job is challenging enough. D. He can not keep mind on his work.
B. The food is not tasty enough. D. The food is worth the price.
9. A. She shouldn?t listen to Mark anymore. B. She should pay little attention to what Mark says. C. She shouldn?t do things negatively. D. She should take Mark?s remarks seriously. 10. A. She thinks the pollution level is too serious to be true. B. She is sure that the equipment is broken. C. She doesn?t believe the man at all. D. She is annoyed by the wrong report about the pollution level.
Section B Directions: In Section B, you will hear two short passages, and you will be asked three questions on each of the passages. The passages will be read twice, but the questions will be spoken only once. When you hear a question, read the four possible answers on your paper and decide which one would be the best answer to the question you have heard. Questions 11 through 13 are based on the following passage. 11. A. Receiving phone calls. C. Working out a plan. B. Vis iting awkward people. D. Having a tiring meeting. B. People who are lively and open. D. People without a driving license. B. Sales representative. D. Tour guide.
12. A. People preferring regular working hours. C. Both males and females. 13. A. Policewoman. C. Secretary.
Questions 14 through 16 are based on the following passage. 14. A. They haven?t devoted to medicine as much as to space travel. B. There are too many kinds of cold viruses for them to identify. C. It is not economical to find a cure for each type of cold. D. They believe people can recover without treatment. 15. A. They reveal the seriousness of the problem. C. They tell us what kind of medicine to take. B. They indicate how fast the virus spreads. D. They show our body is fighting the virus.
16. A. It actually does more harm than good. B. It causes damage to some organs of our body. C. It works better when combined with other treatments. D. It helps us to recover much sooner. Section C Directions: In Section C, you will hear two longer conversations. The conversations will be read twice. After you hear each conversation, you are required to fill in the numbered blanks with the information you have heard. Write your answers on your answer sheet. Blanks 17 through 20 are based on the following conversation.
Information about Jane
Appearance: a beautiful girl with long, blonde and Occupation: a 18 designer in Star Studio Education: Interest: a 19 of Harvard University a music and art lover, fond of 20 17 hair
her won music
Complete the form. Write ONE WORD for each answer.
Blanks 21 through 24 are based on the following conversation. How can we keep fit? Why can transgenic (转基因的) By having a balanced diet and Because they are resistant to Because 23 21 22 . .
technology increase the output of crops? Why do many people suffer from heart disease? What do Chinese people want the government to do?
provide people with over-nutrition. 24 .
To solve the problem of the domestic
Complete the form. Write NOT MORE THAN THREE WORDS for each answer.
II. Grammar and Vocabulary Section A
Directions: After reading the passages below, fill in the blanks to make the passages coherent and grammatically correct. For the blanks with a given word, fill in each blank with the proper form of the given word; for the other blanks, use one word that best fits each blank. (A) As you get older, it feels like time tends to move faster. As Dan Ariely explains over at The Wall Street Journal, we tend to fall into familiar routines (25) we age and that makes time move quickly. We perceive time as something like a stack of memories, so the less new experiences you have, the (26) (likely) you are to fill in those memories with interesting things. Time does go by (or, more accurately, it feels as if time is going by) more quickly, the older we get. In the first few years of our lives, anything we sense or do is brand new, and many of our experiences are unique, so they remain firmly in our memories. But as (27) years go by, we encounter fewer and fewer new experiences —both because we (28) (accomplish) a lot and because we are slaves to our daily routines. For example, try to remember (29) happened to you every day last week，chances are
that nothing extraordinary happened, so you will be hard-pressed to recall the specific things you did on Monday, Tuesday, etc. What can we do about this? Maybe we need some new app that will encourage us to try out new experiences, point out things we?ve never done, recommend dishes we?ve never tasted and sugges t places we?ve never been. Such an app (30) make our lives more varied, encourage us to try new things, slow down the passage of time and increase our happiness. (31) such an app arrives, try to do at least one new thing every week. It?s not too difficult to push (32) to do new things.
(B) This afternoon, I spoke with Governor Malloy and FBI Director Mueller. I offered Governor Malloy my condolences（吊唁，慰问） on behalf of the nation, and made it clear that he will have every single resource that he needs (33) (investigate) this heinous（令人发指的）crime, care for the victims, comfort their families. (34) ______ (endure) too many of these tragedies in the past few years. And each time I learn the news I react not as a President, but as anybody else would — as a parent. And that was especially true today. I know there?s not a parent in America who doesn?t feel the same overwhelming grief that I do. The majority of those (35) died today were children — beautiful little kids between the ages of 5 and 10 years old. They had their entire lives ahead of them — birthdays, graduations, weddings, kids of their own. Among the (36) (fall) were also teachers — men and women who devoted their lives to (37) (help) our children fulfill their dreams. So our hearts are broken today — for the parents and grandparents, sisters and brothers of these little children, and for the families of the adults who (38) (lose). Our hearts are broken for the parents of the survivors as well, for as blessed as they are to have their children home tonight, they know that their children?s innocence has been torn away from them too early, and there are no words that will ease their pain. As a country, we have been through this too many times. (39) it?s an elementary school in Newtown, or a shopping mall in Oregon, or a temple in Wisconsin, or a movie theater in Aurora, or a street corner in Chicago — these neighborhoods are our neighborhoods, and these children are our children. And we?re going to have to come together and take meaningful action to prevent more tragedies (40) this, regardless of the politics.
Directions: Complete the following passage by using the words in the box. Each word can only be used once. Note that there is one word more than you need. A. instructions G. situations B. random C. highly H. confirmed I. senses D. revealed J. common E. simply F. established K. routines
Posting a photo of the food you?re about to eat on WeChat has become a daily ritual（惯例；仪 式） for many. Often this food in the photo isn?t as appealing to those looking at it, but scientists are now claiming taking a photo of your food before you eat it makes it taste better. Researchers at University of Minnesota?s Carlson Schoo l of Management claim taking a photo puts you in the moment and in doing so, heightens your (41)______. The person taking the photo will, on some level, feel the motivation to continue the practice. Researchers wondered about the power of rituals after noticing the funny (42)______ that people often perform before eating and drinking. They conducted experiments to investigate whether
these kinds of habitual behaviour influences taste. In the first experiment, some participants were asked to eat a piece of c hocolate following a detailed set of (43)______: ?Without unwrapping the chocolate bar, break it in half. Unwrap half of the bar and eat it. Then, unwrap the other half and eat it.? The other participants were (44)______ instructed to relax for a short amount of time and then eat the chocolate bar however they wanted. The results showed that those who had performed the ritual rated the chocolate more (45)______, enjoyed it more, and were willing to pay more for the chocolate than the other group. A second experiment (46)______ these findings, showing that (47)______ movements don?t produce a more enjoyable eating experience. The data also (48)______ that a longer delay between ritual and consumption enhanced these effects, even with a common food like carrots. While these rituals may seem insignificant, the researchers note that the effects they produce are quite amazing. And while rituals are (49)______ before mealtimes, they could play a role in other (50)______, too.
III. Reading Comprehension Section A Directions: For each blank in the following passage there are four words or phrases marked A, B, C and D. Fill in each blank with the word or phrase that best fits the context. An examination is a very important part of life, which is used to test a perso n?s ability. But as you know many of us has (51)_____ and are afraid of it. Though they know that exams are there for their benefit, they still have a lot of fear for it. It is very often we find such people. You will find such people a little anxious and a little stressed about their exams. Many a time such nerves can be (52)_____ and useful to you, for others it?s nerve wrecking. To overcome these nerves we got some tips for you. Don?t get too excited about the exams and for that don?t drink too much of the coffee or tea to cope up with the exam (53)_____. Eat a healthy and proper diet and don?t worry about the exams while eating. Stress can be harmful to you (54)_____ sometimes. It can cause a lot of problems in your body, which can be increased heartbeat and breath, sweating palms, nervous attitude, stressed about exams, etc... Before moving to the examination hall you prepare thoroughly about the exams. For that firstly make a list of what is to be studied and then make an overlook for that. Now divide each subject into some easy sub-classes. Go through some (55)_____ question papers and study your earlier mistakes made in it. Make a perfect schedule for your study. Overlook the (56) _____ used for answering the questions I mean their pattern and style of writing. Solve few more question papers to achieve a proper time (57)_____. Take some quick breaks in your study time so that you can (58)_____ an interest in your study. Now while taking the exams just relax, control your breath and believe in yourself. Don?t panic and be optimistic . Try to reduce your stress and be happy. Don?t (59)_____ at least an hour before the exams, just get yourself calmed down. Keep your focus on the paper and tell yourself that you are (60)_____ prepared. For exams reach before the time and try to (61)_____ in the surroundings.
Don?t listen to any of the exam rumours before exams. If you still can?t control your exam stress then go for some meditation or hypnosis（冥想或催眠）. Yes, hypnosis, a real good and (62)_____ way to control your nerves and reduce your stress. It can be seen that a person?s whole life changes completely only from few of the (63)_____ instructions. In hypnosis a person directly deals you?re your subconscious mind instead of your conscious mind. The fact is your subconscious mind is a lot more (64)_____ and following than your conscious mind, so instructing correctly to your subconscious mind results terrific in reducing your nerves. Hypnosis reduces your fear of failure and (65)_____ a sense of confidence in you. It decreases your negativity and forces you to think positive ly about your exams. You also multiples your potential. You simply need to get your hands on the hypnosis for examination MP3. This is easily downloadable and you?ll be well on your path to comb ating and overcoming the condition. 51. A. interest 52. A. motivating 53. A. participation 54. A. mentally 55. A. previous 56. A. preparations 57. A. administration 58. A. entertain 59. A. revise 60. A. normally 61. A. mix 62. 63. 64. 65. A. A. A. A. instructive appropriate impatient enjoys B. panic B. suffering B. motivation B. physically B. patient B. lessons B. management B. contain B. rush B. informally B. resolve B. B. B. B. significant splendid obedient shakes C. faith C. shocking C. expansion C. continuously C. personal C. schedules C. limitation C. maintain C. instruct C. comparatively C. adjust C. C. C. C. effective original ordinary generates D. concept D. spreading D. tension D. exhaustingly D. current D. techniques D. scale D. complain D. discuss D. completely D. focus D. D. D. D. romantic negative desirable generalizes
Section B Directions: Read the following passages. Each passage is followed by several questions or unfinished statements. For each of them there are four choices marked A, B, C and D. Choose the one that fits best according to the information given in the passage you have just read. A There were so many nights when I, as a young boy, had to watch helplessly as my father verbally and physically abused my mother. I can still recall the smell of alcohol, see the fear in my mother ?s eyes, and feel the hopeless misery that comes when we see people we love hurting each other in incomprehensible ways. I would not wish that experience on anyone, especially not a child. If I settle down in those memories, I can feel myself wanting to hurt my father back, in the same ways he hurts my mother and in ways of which I was incapable as a small boy. I see my mother ?s face and I see this gentle human being whom I loved so very much and who did nothing to deserve the pain imposed upon
her. When I recall this story, I realize how difficult the process of forgiving truly is. Intellectually, I know my father caused pain because he was in pain. Spiritually, I know my faith tells me my father deserves to be forgiven as God forgive us all. But it is still difficult. The sufferings we have witnessed or experienced live on in our memories. Even years later they can cause us fresh pain each time we recall them. Are you hurt and suffering? Is the injury new, or is it an old, unhealed wound? Know that what was done to you was wrong, unfair, and undeserved. You are right to be outraged. And it is perfectly normal to want to hurt back when you have been hurt. But hurting back rarely satisfies. We think it will, but it doesn?t. If I slap you after you slap me, it does not lessen the sting I feel on my own face, nor does it weaken my sadness as to the fact you have struck me. Revenge gives, at best, only momentary relief from our emotional pain. The only way to experience healing and peace is to forgive. Until we can forgive, we remain locked in our pain and locked out of the possibility of experiencing healing and freedom; locked out of the possibility of being at peace. Without forgiveness, we remain tied to the person who harmed us. We are bound with chains of bitterness, trapped. Until we can forgive the person who harmed us, that person will hold the keys to our happiness; that person will be our jailer (监狱看守). When we forgive, we take back control of our own fate and our feelings. We become our own liberators. Forgiveness, in other words, is the best form of self-interest. This is true both spiritually and scientifically. We don?t forgive to help the other person. We don?t forgive for others. We forgive for ourselves. 66. Why did the writer mention the story of his father ?s abuse of his mom? A. Because he loved his mom and wanted to fight back someday. B. Because his father finally realized his own mistake and was forgiven. C. Because witnessing his mom?s suffering is still hurting him and has no way to relieve. D. Because he felt that he was spiritually relieved from the pain through forgiveness. 67. The writer wrote the article in order to tell people that _____. A. we may never heal our pains or sufferings in the heart unless we learn to forgive B. we should never forget the sufferings buried in our hearts C. we may get tied to the person who harmed us all through life D. we shouldn?t worry about the pains we caused, since forgiving is always easier than imagined 68. What is the 4 paragraph mainly about? A. Hurting back does no good to relieving one?s own hurts, but forgiving. B. If someone slaps you, you just slap back, which will lessen your pain. C. The sufferings we have witnessed or experienced will live on in our memories for ever. D. After being hurt, if one wants to experience healing and freedom, he should forget the hurt.
69. Which of the following statements is the closest in meaning to the underlined sentence? A. In order to help others, we should stop forgiving and fight back. B. The purpose of our forgiving is not to help other people. C. Our forgiving is also useful to helping others, though they may have hurt us. D. Only by forgiving others can we help them to be good people. B Writing a book review is not like writing a fiction, where you have your freedom to express any type of literary mood. Here, you are limited within the scope, which is related only to the book or the literature and nothing else. To write a proper literary review, you should follow some important dos and don?ts, which are discussed here. Top 3 dos Select a literature of your choice and read it thoroughly. If required, you should read it multiple times, before you really frame up the literary review in your mind. While reading, try to assimilate the thoughts and philosophy of the author behind the book and also to analyze all the characters and events described in the literary piece. Start to pen down your literary analysis only when you have a complete understanding of the book, and not before that. Prepare your write-up based on your understanding of the book. Since you are reviewing the book, your opinion plays an important role here. If you prefer any particular character or any particular instance from the book, then expose that character or the situation in your review, to give it more importance. Also determine your preference with supporting logic. Ultimately it is your understanding of the book, and it can differ from others? viewpoint. But you should stick to your opinion. Follow a proper format to construct your book review. It should have a proper introduction and a conclusion, other than the usual subject body. Distribute the s ubject body in chapters and paragraphs, to give a nice, structured look. Also, add a list of reference material at the end of the book. A structured material always carries a good impression and also, it helps the reader to go through the article at ease. Top 3 don’ts Book reviews are not exactly meant for writing a summary on the books. The objective of writing a book review is to arouse the curiosity in the mind of the readers. If someone mentions everything in the summary then the actual intention is lost. As mentioned earlier, one should not cross your limit to write a literary review. Do not bring up unnecessary topics to increase the length of the write-up, which is not at all related to the book. The readers want to learn about the book and not something irrelevant. Also, a smart and crisp writing helps to create a positive impression. You can go through reference books or articles on your subject, before you start preparing your article. But that should be completely with the intention of getting help in your understanding of the book. These reference items will help to strengthen your grip on the subject. But, you should never copy a single line of text from any other document or write-up. Plagiarism(剽窃), in any form, is a punishable offence by law. It will also destroy your reputation and close all the future avenues in this
field. If you can follow the above dos and don?ts religiously to write a book review, then it is going to be more original and interesting. 70. Which of the following words is closest in meaning to the underlined word “assimilate” in paragraph 2? A. stimulate B. fertilize C. digest D. enhance
71. The purpose of writing a review on a book is _____. A. to show your understanding of the thoughts and philosophy of the author behind the book B. to show that you really stick to your own opinion though you ?ve read the book C. to arouse reader s? curiosity to read more books on irrelevant topics D. to spark reader s? interests in finding the book and reading it 72. Which of the following is NOT true about the “dos ”? A. Before writing a book review, you?d better read it thoroughly or many times. B. Write down your literary analysis when reading the book. C. If you are interested in certain situation in the book, you can hardly give it too much importance in your review. D. A good review consists of a proper introduction and a conclusion, as well as a nice-structured subject body. 73. The following statements are “don’ts ” when writing a summary except _____. A. going through reference books or articles on your subject, before you start preparing your article B. presenting all the detailed description of the book in the summary C. the thought or action of putting anything irrelevant to the book into the summary D. any forms of copying the text from others ? written work C The orangutan (红毛猩猩), the most inactive of the great apes, has unusually stable DNA, too. Researchers have just completed the sequencing (序列) of the entire genome (基因组) of our orange-haired relative, and they have found to their surprise that its DNA has changed much less dramatically over time than has that of humans or chimpanzees. “The orangutan is very unique,” says Devin Locke, a structural geneticist heading the orangutan sequencing project. The orangutan genome had one other big surprise. Locke and colleagues sequenced six Sumatran and five Bornean orangutans, which are classified as different species. The apes have been physically separated for at least 21,000 years —the last time land bridges between the two islands existed —and
earlier studies estimated that they became distinct species more than 1 million years ago. But the new analysis, reported online today in Nature, rewrites history: it appears they parted ways just 400,000 years ago. “Most previous studies used small sets of markers and a limited amount of DNA sequence,” says Locke. “The statistical power is so much greater when you have the whole genome available.” The orangutan now joins chimpanzees and humans as the third great ape to have its genome sequenced. “The orangutan genome is a wonderful resource,” says evolutionary geneticist Svante P??bo of the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology in Leipzig, Germany. “ It will help clarify how each part of human and African ape genomes are related to each other and evolved.” Such insights are already coming in. Orangutans originated some 12 million to 16 million years ago, giving their genomes much more time to evolve than those of humans and chimpanzees, which split into their own lineages （血统） 5 million to 6 million years ago. But a comparison of the three genomes shows that humans and chimpanzees lose or gain new genes at twice the rate of orangutans. The reason may have to do with stretches of DNA called retrotransposons. These key drivers of evolution jump around the genome, creating new genes, damaging existing ones, or altering gene regulation. The new data reveal that common retrotransposons known as Alu elements have moved around the orangutan genome much less than they have in the human and chimpanzee genomes. “I don?t want to say that ?Alu retrotransposition events? are shut off in orangutans, but they?ve been covered up,” says Locke. The researchers also discovered that, over time, the structure of orangutan chromosomes （染色 体） has changed little, which may be linked to the Alu element finding. Other researchers have suggested that the strong and healthy structural variation in humans and chimps may have stimulated increased intelligence. But Locke notes that orangutans are also highly intelligent. “If orangutans have had very little structural variation, maybe this decouples structural variation from intelligence,” he says. A separate but related study published today in Genome Research reports yet another unexpected finding from a comparison of the three great ape genomes. A team led by Mikkel H. Schierup and Thomas Mailund of Aarhus Univers ity in Denmark (both co-authors of the Nature report) discovered that some regions of the human genome more closely resemble the orangutan than the chimpanzee. This reflects the fact that at the time humans split off from a common ancestor with chimps, both species had the same ancestral orangutan DNA. But humans and chimpanzees have evolved separately for millions of years. In the process, chimps for mysterious reasons lost some orangutan DNA that humans kept possession of. More surprises are sure to come as researchers compare the genomes of even more apes. Projects to sequence the other two great apes, gorillas and bonobos, are under way. 74. Orangutans from two islands, Sumatran and Bornean, became different species since ______. A. at least 21,000 years ago C. some 12 million to 16 million years ago B. over 1 million years ago D. 400,000 years ago
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75. Which of the following statements is TRUE according to this passage? A. Compared with the DNA of orangutan, chimpanzee?s is less changed over time. B. Only three apes ? genomes have been sequenced up to now. C. Humans ? ancestors stepped on their way of evolution 12 to 16 millions years ago. D. Chimpanzees gain new genes faster than orangutans do in evolution. 76. The reason of orangutan?s little change in DNA is that _____. A. this species is not as active in intelligence as humans or chimpanzees. B. the newly identified Alu elements is believed to have played a special role C. Alu retrotranspositions in orangutan are shut off during the course of evolution D. orangutan?s low intelligence fails to stimulate the change of its DNA 77. Some region of human genome is more similar to that of orangutan than chimp?s because _____. A. human and orangutan share the same ancestor, but chimp doesn?t B. humans and chimpanzees have evolved separately for millions of years C. chimps failed to hang on to orangutan DNA for some unknown reason, but human didn ?t D. chimps didn?t act as actively as humans, resulting in their los ing some critical orangutan DNA Section C Directions: Read the passage carefully. Then answer the questions or complete the statements in the fewest possible words. ____________________________________________ Technology means different things to different people. A physician might think of technology as a way to produce a new medicine. To a space engineer, it might mean making better rocket engines. Technology is so widespread that it is part of everyone?s life. Originally, the word technology comes from the Greek word techne, which means “art”. You might think that art means only paintings or sculpture. But the Greeks believed an artist could make useful products from natural materials such as trees, rocks, and plants. What school subjects are related to technology? Though people?s opinions vary on what groups of technology should be broken down to, you, when in school, may have the question: Why should you study technology? That question is easy to answer. Technology is fun, rewarding, and exciting. It is fun because you get to work with your hands. It is rewarding because you get to see the results of your work. Each day it brings new ideas and new challenges, which make technology exciting. Studying technology will also help you develop your problem-solving skills. You can learn to identify a problem and come up with a solution. You will also find that techno logy is related to other subjects that you study in school such as: Mathematics Science Social studies
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English language arts Art You might enjoy all of your classes more after you begin to see the relationships between technology and other subjects. Do you know what “technologically literate” means? Technology is often in the news. A journalist might report on a particular electrical power plant, a food additive, or a safety device on an automobile. It is important that you understand the importance of technology. Every day in many ways, technology affects the lives of people around the world. For example, automobile air bags have saved many lives in collis ions. However, they inflate so quickly that they have caused injury and death in some cases. As a result, the federal government allows car owners to install an on/off switch for the air bags. Do you think the government should let people do this? To answer this question, you first need to know something about the technology being discussed. Does working on a small engine sound difficult to you? With a basic understanding of technology, it might not be as hard as you think. Being technologically literate means understanding technology and feeling comfortable with it. Sometimes there is no one correct answer to a problem. You need to think about and evaluate each situation, and then make a decision. When you can do this, you will be technologically literate. 78. What can the title of the first paragraph be to match the other two? _________________________________________________________________. 79. You can have ____________, since when studying technology, every day you work with your hands, see the results of your work, and have new ideas and new challenges. 80. Why are car owners allowed to switch off their air bags? ________________________________________________________________________. 81. A technological literate can be a person who ____________________________________.
(Note: Answer the questions or complete the statements in No More Than Fifteen Words.)
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第 II 卷（共 47 分）
Directions: Translate the following sentences into English, using the words given in the brackets. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 众所周知，大量砍树对自然平衡有灾难性的影响。 （ As ） 她的父母忙于工作，因此她在年幼时就学会了照顾自己。 （age） 这部滑稽的电影的确分散了我注意力，让我暂时忘记了这些难题。 （which） 考官在面试时问了他很多问题，为的是了解他是否能胜任科学研究工作。 （in order to） 正因为是他被任命为经理，该公司在过去的十年中迅速发展为广告业巨头。 （It）
II. Guided Writing
Directions: Write an English composition in 120-150 words according to the instructions given below in Chinese. 假设今年暑假，你准备去某地做一次故地重游的旅行，并准备带上你的朋友们一起去。请 写一篇文章介绍你的旅行计划，主要包括以下内容： ? 准备去什么地方 ? 故地重游的原因 ? 本次计划如何开展 ? 希望做些什么准备 ? ... ...
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2014 学年第二学期徐汇区学习能力诊断卷 高三英语参考答案
32.yourself/yourselves/ourselves 34.having endured 39.whether HBDJG DBCAD CCABC 74-77DBBC 40.like 35.who 36.fallen 37.helping
33.to investigate 38.were lost 41-50 IKAEC 51-65 BADBA 66-69 DAAB
78. WHA T IS THE ORIGIN OF THE WORD TECHNOLODY? 79. Fun,reward(s),excitement 80. Because airbags inflate so quickly that they have caused injury and death in some cases 81. Understands technology and feels comfortable with technology
1. As we all know/As is known to all, cutting down a large number of trees has disastrous effects on the balance of nature. 2. Her parents were busy with work, so she leaned to take care of herself at an early age. 3. This funny movie did distract my attention so that I forgot these tough problems for the time being. 4. He was asked many questions by the interviewer during the interview in order to see if/whether he was capable of doing scientific research. 5. It was because he was appointed as manager that the company has developed into a giant in the advertising business.
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