湖北省 2015 届高考模拟试卷 英语
本试卷共 12 页，全卷满分 150 分，考试用时 120 分钟。
1．答卷前，考生务将自己的姓名、准考证号填写在试题卷和答题卡上，并将准考证号条 形码粘贴在答题卡上的指定位置。 用统一提供的 2B 铅笔将答题卡上试卷类型
A 后的方框涂黑。 2．选择题的作答：每小题选出答案后，用统一提供的 2B 铅笔把答题卡上对应题目的答 案标号涂黑。如需改动，用橡皮擦干净后，再选涂其它答案标号。答在试题卷、草稿纸上无 效。 3．完成句子和短文写作题的作答：用统一提供的签字笔将答案直接答在答题卡上对 应的答题区域内。答在试题卷、草稿纸上无效。 4．考生必须保持答题卡的整洁。考试结束后，请将答题卡上交。
第一部分：听力（共两节，满分 30 分）
做题时，先将答案划在试卷上。录音内容结束后，你将有两分钟的时间将试卷上的答案 转涂到答题卡上。 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. Where does the woman suggest eating? A. In the man’s house. 2. What does the man imply? A. The woman has bought too much. B. The woman can open a beauty salon. C. The woman needs to go to a beauty salon. 3. What was the weather like at noon? A. Hot. 4. What time is it now? A. 9: 00. A. The woman’s study. B. 10: 00. B. The woman’s behaviour. C. 11: 00. 5. What are the speakers talking about? C. The woman’s responsibilities. 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. B. Cool. C. Cold. B. In the cafeteria. C. In her house.
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听第 6 段材料, 回答第 6 至 7 题. 6. What does the woman think is beautiful? A. The sound of waves. A. He swam in it. 听第 7 段材料, 回答第 8 至 10 题. 8. Hew did the man get hurt? A. He fell off his bike. A. Clean the cut up. A. His 1eg. 听第 8 段材料, 回答第 11 至 13 题. 11. Where are the speakers? A. At a party. A. Have her ears checked. B. At a cinema. B. Buy a new iPod in the future. C. At a concert. 12. What does the man suggest the woman do? C. Listen to music at low volume. 13. What do we know about the man? A. His hearing is bad. 听第 9 段材料, 回答第 14 至 17 题. 14. What makes the man worried? A. He can’t find a housemate. B. He has no time to take a part-time job. C. He can’t afford the rent of the apartment. 15. What does the woman say about the carpet? A. It is broken. B. It needs to be replaced. C. It is new except for a few stains on it. 16. How has the man dealt with the broken windows? A. He has had them fixed. B. He has pushed boxes against them. C. He has covered them with a board. 17. How does the woman feel about the apartment? A. Dissatisfied. B. Surprised. C. Interested. 听第 10 段材料, 回答第 18 至 20 题. 18. What was interesting in the speaker’s work? A. Showing tourists the beautiful city. B. Taking different people to parties. C. Meeting careful dressers. 19. Which trip brought the speaker the most money? A. The one to the club. B. The one to the airport. C. The one to the restaurant. 20. Why did the speaker give up the job?
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B. The blue water. B. He caught fish.
C. The beach. C. He walked along the beach.
7. What did the man do when he first saw the ocean?
B. He ran too fast. B. Sew the cut up. B. His hand.
C. He slipped. C. Put a bandage on his leg. C. His shoulder.
9. What will the woman do for the man? 10. What part of the man’s body will be sore for a few days?
B. He dislikes being in this place.
C. He doesn’t like any kind of music.
A. He was exhausted.
B. Some passengers weren’t nice.
C. The traffic jams bothered him.
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，并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 21. President Xi addressed on 50 years China—France ties to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the ____ of diplomatic relations between China and France. A. assignment B. distribution C. establishment D. acquaintance 22. Chinese Foreign Ministry Spokesman Hong Lei said that China expect to see the various parties in Afghanistan work together to handle ____ through dialogue and achieve peace in the near future. A. disputes B. prejudice C. determination D. acquisition 23. A major search has been_____ for a Malaysian Airlines jet with 239 people on board after it lost contact flying from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing. A. identified B. launched C. substituted D. dissolved 24. Instead of praising your kids for their intelligence, you should____ your praise on the effort they put into succeeding at task, expert say. A. allocate responsibility. A. brought down B. brought out C. brought about D. brought in 26. Hundreds of Swedish workers are trialing a six—hour working day in the hopes that it will_____ sick leave and save the country money. A. cut down highest guard. A. concerned B. subtle C. ridiculous D. urgent 28. China Daily was first released in 1981 and its European Weekly started in 2010, which is____ in nearly 30 countries in Europe and prints around 100000 copies. A. relevant better way. A. individually B. definitely C. temporarily D. continually 30. Thanks to a South Korean drama currently on air, Man From the Stars, this new mix — match junk food trend has become popular among young audiences, _____its unhealthy nature. A. in favor of B. in terms of C. in case of D. in spite of 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，掌握其大意，然后从 31～50 各题所给的四个选项（A、B、C 和 D）中） 选出最佳选项，并在答题纸上将该选项标号涂黑。 A few years ago, my younger brother and I went to Norfolk, Virginian by plane. 31 , before we took off, we heard the pilot’s voice throughout the plane, “sorry, ladies and gentlemen. We
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25. His first baby was born soon after he got married, which seemed to have _____ his sense of
B. turn down
C. pull down
D. cast down
27. Tibet is facing a(n)____task to maintain stability and all government workers must be on their
D. available , so you have to find a
29. This is only a solution that can be adopted to solve the problem
on the plane. We have a generator(发电机), and we are going to 34 in the air and head to Norfolk, and see what happens. ”
engines with it. We will
See what happens? We are going to get up in the air, and see what happens? At this point, one woman started crying. “Oh, no! We are going to were still 38 35 ！” There were sighs of desperation and 37 yet. Thirty minutes passed and we 36 spreading throughout the plane, and we hadn’t even know you are double time. ” There was crying We got up in the air and being alive. Although I do sincerely like to have a plan just because they don’t have 46 44 “see what happens”, which really isn’t 45 with inaction 47 such a bad life strategy, all too often, I would see people pursuing their goals thing that you can do is just get up in the air, and see what happens. If you are planning to learn a new skill, get up in the air, and see what happens! It might not be as 48 as you thought. You might be smarter than you thought. It could be 50 of guaranteed success. D. Thankfully D. fuel D. start D. speed up D. suffer D. smoke D. taken off D. boarding D. embarrassed D. only if D. plan D. anything D. praised D. more than D. satisfied D. guaranteed D. last D. encouraging D. trouble D. reward B. Excitedly B. power B. fix B. pack up B. delay B. anxiety B. gone out B. checking B. patient B. as if B. complaint B. something B. cheered B. other than B. annoyed B, organized B. common B. challenging B. pain B. sigh C. Unfortunately C. water C. change C. light up C. crash C. disease C. got across C. watching C. desperate C. what if C. promise C. nothing C. sighed C. better than C. concerned C. potential C. best C. surprising C. sorrow C. action 49 ! So don’t stay there trying nothing just because there is no 31. A. Hopefully 32. A. service 33. A. shut 34. A. get up 35. A. wait 36. A. rumor 37. A. looked over 38. A. sitting 39. A. puzzled 40. A. even if 41. A. comment 42. A. everything 43. A. escaped 44. A. less than 45. A. frozen 46. A. realistic 47. A. same 48. A. interesting 49. A. fun 50. A. meaning 40 we had walked into grave. But, the pilot told us our one engine was 41 was to get up in the air and see what happens! Then we did. happened. We arrived in Norfolk and everyone 43 for still 42 working double time, and his
there. Then the voice of the pilot came over again,“ Ladies and gentlemen, I 39 , so we are. We only have one engine going right now, and it is working
success. Actually, success will never be guaranteed. The
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，
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The owner of an Alabama Chinese restaurant named “Good Friend” shot at a customer who complained about a fly in her eggroll Thursday night. The bullet narrowly missed 20-year-old Birmingham resident Jatari Walker who told the Daily News she is scarred by the entire experience. “I can’t sleep,” she said Saturday afternoon. “And since it happened I’ve had no appetite.” Walker ordered a combination platter（大浅盘）and eggroll from the Good Friend Chinese and Seafood Restaurant on Dennison Ave. Thursday evening. After paying her $7 bill she went back to her car and discovered a fly inside. “I thought I need to take this back,” she said. The customer went back and asked for a repayment and said the owner Chun HinChing, 52, was unhappy with her because she announced her discovery in front of other customers. After an argument he repaid the money and Walker — who is now a former frequent customer of the business — turned and walked to the exit. That’s when Ching drew a handgun and fired a single shot over her head. “He just shot the gun at me and I ran,” she said, adding she could feel the bullet whiz past her head. Birmingham Police Department spokesman Lt. Sean Edwards told the News the owner was charged with attempted murder and was transported to Jefferson County Jail on $100,000 bail（保释 金）. Police believe Ching intended to hit Walker with the bullet and missed, Edwards said. The bullet hit the top of the door frame of the take-out business. Ching did not tell police why he fired at Walker, Edwards said. Edwards said he did not recall any previous problems at the business. He said Ching did not say why he had a weapon but added it was not uncommon for stores in that neighborhood. “No one was injured from the gunshot”, Edwards said. Calls placed to the restaurant Saturday afternoon were not answered. 51. What happened on Thursday night in Good Friend Chinese and Seafood Restaurant? A. A fire broke out but luckily no one was injured. B. The restaurant owner refused to repay the money. C. The egg rolls caused sickness among some customers. D. A young woman narrowly escaped being killed by a bullet. 52. Why did Walker go back to the restaurant after buying the food? A. Because she left her car key in the restaurant. B. Because she discovered a fly in the egg roll. C. Because she forgot to take the combination platter. D. Because she found the owner charged her too much. 53. The restaurant owner fired on Walker when ______. A. she was about to leave C. she asked for a repayment B. she was arguing with him D. she announced her discovery
54. We can learn from the passage that ______. A. this is the first time for Walker to buy food from Good Friend Restaurant
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B. the owner was unhappy with the complaint and refused to repay the money C. it is common for a restaurant owner in that neighborhood to have a weapon D. if someone had been hit, Ching would have been charged with attempted murder
In December 2008, Caroline Kennedy — daughter of the late U.S. President John F. Kennedy—sat down, as a frontrunner for the Senate seat in New York, for a televised interview that helped decide the future of her campaign. The result was a disaster. Her performance wasn’t well received, in part because her speech was full of filler words—“ums,” “ahs” and “you knows.” One listener counted 27 “ums” and 38 “you knows” in the space of five minutes. A few weeks after the interview, Kennedy ended her Senate campaign. Filler words may seem natural in everyday speech, but they can be deadly in formal presentations. “Using excessive fillers is the most annoying speech habit,” said Susan Ward, a speech specialist. “They take your listener’s attention away often to the point that he doesn’t hear anything you say. Your message is entirely lost.” Many speakers are afraid of pause. They believe their audience will think they are inarticulate (不善于表达) if they pause to think of what to say next, so they use filler words to avoid the silence. However, a pause is actually more impressive than a filler word. Listeners know that the speaker is thinking, trying to find the right word. Sometimes a pause can actually improve a speech, as when an actor uses a dramatic pause to hold the attention of his audience. A speaker shouldn’t be afraid to pause occasionally during a speech; it shows self-confidence. It takes some work to cut out filler words. You can begin by taking a few seconds to think about what you want to say the next time you are asked a question. This pause will help you begin powerfully, and it will help you avoid using a filler word. The same public speaking technique applies when you are shifting from one idea to another. While you may be tempted to fill the silence between ideas with a filler word, remember to allow yourself to pause and think about what you want to say next. If you need help overcoming your “um” problem, consider asking a family member or a friend to point out when you use filler words. You also could record an upcoming presentation and then watch yourself in action. You may be amazed at how often you say “um” or “uh”! Although we live in a fast-paced society that seemingly demands instant answers, we must use the pause to our advantage. Finally, we should only speak when we are ready. 55. In the first two paragraphs of the article the writer intends to ______. A. introduce Caroline Kennedy to readers B. illustrate how deadly filler words can be in the public speech C. explain what filler words are D. remind readers that they should count filler words used in public speeches 56. The reason why filler words are considered annoying by speech specialist is that A. they prevent the listener from focusing on what the speaker is saying. B. they convey the speaker’s superiority to the listener. C. they mean the speaker is not articulate at all.
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D. they make the speaker appear self-confident. 57. When used properly, pauses in speeches can actually ______. A. give the speaker more credibility B. hold the attention of the audience C. show the speaker’s deep insight D. help the audience relax 58. Which of the following is NOT suggested as a way to get rid of filler words? A. To have mental training in order to think faster. B. To ask someone else to point out when you use filler words. C. To watch a recording of your own speech. D. To practice thinking for a moment before answering a question.
The English test will be removed from China’s college entrance exam by 2020, according to details of exam and admission reform revealed by the Ministry of Education. The national college entrance exam, known as the “Gaokao” has been used to evaluate Chinese students for three decades. The Ministry of Education has worked out a plan for reforming exams and enrollment. The Ministry will solicit(征求) public opinions before its release. Instead, tests will be held several times a year to allow students to choose when and how often they sit the exam so as to alleviate study pressure and change China’s once-in-a-lifetime exam system. The plan and suggestions for its implementation will be announced in the first half of next year. It will be piloted in selected provinces and cities and promoted nationwide from 2017. A new exam and admission system will be established by 2020, according to the education ministry. The decision has aroused a heated discussion among Shanghai educators and parents who doubted the reform would reduce the burden of learning English or if the substitute test could reflect a student’s English skills and help students learn English better. “The reform shows China is learning from the West to give students more test-taking chances. But more chances might become more of a burden since Chinese students are likely to repeat the test until they get the highest score,” said Cai Jigang, a professor at Fudan University’s College of Foreign Languages and Literature and chairman of the Shanghai Advisory Committee for College English Teaching at Tertiary Level. Yu Lizhong, chancellor of New York University Shanghai, where classes are in English and students are required to have a high standard of English, said the most important aspect of the reform lay in what to test and how to test. “ As far as I see, the reform doesn’t mean English is no longer important for Chinese students after it will be excluded from the unified college entrance exam,” Yu said. “In a way, English is even more important than before since the test would only serve as reference, while every college and university, even every major, can have different requirements of a student’s English skills under a diverse evaluation system. ” Yu said some students will have their study pressure reduced if the major they choose doesn’t
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need excellent English while others still need to study hard if they want to be among the best students. The education ministry said the reform would not affect students attending the college entrance exam over the next three years. 59. What can we learn from the first paragraph? A. English will become less and less important in the stage of compulsory education. B. It has been 30 years since English became one subject of national college entrance exam. C. China’s once-in-a-lifetime exam system is unacceptable at all. D. The system that tests are held several times does more good than once-in-a-lifetime exam system. 60. According to the passage, Shanghai educators and parents argue that _____. A. the new exam and admission system will make no difference B. English shouldn’t be removed from China’s college entrance exam C. the reform may accomplish the very opposite D. Western educational system does not apply to China 61. What does the passage try to express in the underlined sentence? A. Students needn’t lay a good foundation during the period of high school. B. Whether students should study hard English may depend on their major. C. Students can constantly strive for perfection only in their major. D. English must be close to full mark. 62. What’s the purpose of the passage? A. To advise students not to devote themselves to English. B. To call on Education Department to remove English from “Gaokao”. C. To support the act of Ministry of Education. D. To encourage students to do as they have planned.
The popular US drama series “House of Cards”, which has already started its second season, features Chinese elements in its storyline. Traditional heroes are no longer sought after anymore. Today, it’s unconventional leading figure -like Francis J. Underwood from “House of Cards” who are winning audiences’ hearts. The political drama, which airs on the Internet service Netflix, has won the applauses of viewers around the world since its debut(首次亮相) on February 1, 2013. And it has caught the attention of real politicians, including US President Barack Obama. Kevin Spacey plays Francis J. Underwood, a cold-blooded Democrat who moves his way up the political ladder by any means necessary. He often uses his under-exposure in media to carry out misdeeds that will later benefit him. The revenge(报仇) theme plays a heavy role throughout the storyline, Underwood, who had high hopes for an appointment as Secretary of State in the first season, was betrayed by the US President and his former colleagues. He and his wife then conducted a plan of revenge and swore to unseat those who turned their backs against him. Through their plan, Underwood’s own hunger for power grew and empowered him to get rid of whoever stood in his Way.
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The release of the trailer(预告片) of the second season excited millions of viewers around the world, including US President Barack Obama, who has been a loyal fan since the series debuted. Obama expressed his admiration for Underwood. “This guy’s getting a lot of stuff done,” he said. Although the President is anxious to watch the story unfold, he’d like to do it at his own pace. After the release of the second season on February 14, 2014, Obama sent words on his Twitter account, “Tomorrow: @HouseOfCards. No spoilers , please.” The second season has promised to be darker, with more unexpected turnouts, and is to include more Chinese elements. “Perhaps the team, including myself, has realized that in the next decade, Asia will be an extensively important region, and China will play an active role in its transition and change,” says Spacey. 63. The second season is different in that _____. A. it is a political drama B. more Chinese elements are involved C. it has caught the attention of US President Barack Obama D. Kevin Spacey, a cold-blooded Democrat, plays Francis’J. Underwood 64. The 3rd and 4th paragraph mainly deal with ______. A. the plot of the drama series B. the background of the drama series C. the characters of the drama series D. the popularity of the drama series 65. The author may agree that ______. A. the second season is expected to be darker with more deaths B. audiences lose their heart to traditional heroes in the drama C. the drama is the reflection of politics of America in real life D. the drama has won the recognition of viewers since its first season 66. The message sent by Obama on his Twitter account proves that he_______. A. doesn’t wish to be told what to do as a drama fan B. adores the drama so much that he wants to watch it in advance C. doesn’t want to be disturbed while watching the drama D. hopes nobody will inform him of the plot of the drama in advance
It’s the place where smart people make smart machines work even smarter. It’s also in the heart of sunny California, a great place to start a family and raise kids. What could be better? But something is happening to their children. Up until the age of two they develop normally. But then everything seems to go backwards. The children become locked into their own small world, unable to communicate at all. They call it the “curse(诅咒)of Silicon Valley,” but the medical name for the condition is autism(自闭症). It used to be thought that autism was a kind of mental illness. Now doctors are sure that it is a neurological disease transmitted genetically. It seems that the people leading the communications revolution are having children who cannot communicate at all. But even the parents have trouble communicating. Asperger’s Syndrome is a mild version of autism. People who have it are highly intelligent and often brilliant with numbers or system but have
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no social skill. This very combination of symptoms makes Asperger’s sufferers into ideal computer professionals. The Asperger’s sufferer has always been a well—known figure in popular culture. He or she was the eccentric but dedicated scholar or the strange uncle or auntie who never married. But the high numbers of such people in Silicon Valley mean that they can meet others who understand them and share their interests. And while they might not be personally attractive, they can earn truly attractive amounts of money. They can get married and have kids. Unfortunately, many of the children of two Asperger’s parents seem to be developing serious autism. There is little anyone can do. It takes hours of work just to make autistic child realize that anyone else exists. And there is no cure in sight. Some argue that no cure should be found. “It may be that autistics are essentially different from normal people, but that these differences make them invaluable for the evolution of the human race,” says Dr. Kirk Whilhelmsen of the University of California. “To eliminate the genes for autism could be disastrous. ” It seems that the children of Silicon Valley are paying the price of genius. 67. What does Dr Kirk Whilhelmsen think of autism? A. It is disastrous to society. B. It is not completely a bad thing. C. It is a punishment to those working in Silicon Valley. D. People with autism should never marry. 68. What can we learn about autism according to the passage? A. It is believed to be a king of mental illness that can be cured. B. People with autism can’t find people sharing their interests. C. They do not care about the presence of others. D. They are a burden for the society. 69. Why do people call autism “curse of Silicon Valley”？ A. Because autistic people live in Silicon Valley. B. Because many people working in Silicon Valley have autism children. C. Because people with autism will be driven out of Silicon Valley. D. Because people with autism are not personally attractive and not liked by others. 70. What can we know about Asperger’s Syndrome according to the passage? A. Asperger’s sufferers are ideal computer professionals. B. Asperger’s sufferers never get married and have children. C. Asperger’s sufferers are ashamed of themselves and locked into their own world. D. Asperger’s sufferers can be beneficial to society if they are cured.
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，根据括号内的汉语提示，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. There are three kinds of paper to make a card with, __________________easily. (tear) 有三种纸可以用来制造卡片，没有一种容易撕破。 72. Several new subway lines are reported _______________in Wuhan, which will make it more
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convenient for people to go outing. (build) 据报道武汉将建几条新的地铁线路，这让人们的出行会更方便。 73. “Salute builders of the Chinese Dream” was the call issued by President Xi on Sunday, _________ outstanding workers ahead of International Workers’ Day. (talk) “致敬中国梦建设者”是由习书记星期日与优秀的工人在国际劳动节交谈时发出的呼吁。 74. Had it not been for the hazy weather, you easily yesterday. (see) 要不是因为雾霾天气，你昨天就会看见远处那座美丽的桥。 75. The reason why he is absent from the meeting is, I think, _____________________of it. (inform) 我认为他缺席会议的原因是他可能不知道此事。 76. He didn’t______________________ when and where the meeting would be held. (make) 他没有把何时何地召开会议搞淸楚。 77. Chinese style of crossing road should be banned. Not only image in the world, but also it puts people’s life in danger. (influence) 中国式过马路应该被禁止，因为它不但影响中国在世界的形象而且她让人们的生命处于危 险之中。 78. Since the earthquake broke out, each doctor and each nurse ____________________saving the injured round the clock. (engage) 自从地震爆发以来，每一个医生和护士都一直在夜以继日地忙于抢救伤员。 79. Mary _______________________her behavior at the party, her tears streamed from her face while she was making apologies to her friends. ( ashamed) 玛丽为她在晚会上的行为感到羞愧，当她向朋友们道歉时，眼泪不停地从脸上流下来。 80. Where Are We Going, Dad? Presents a new generation of men who, in a break from Chinese tradition, now realize it’s_______________________________ their children as it’s to build a career. (accompany) 综艺节目“爸爸去哪儿”展现了打破传统的新时代男人意识到陪伴子女同建立事业一样重要。 第二节 短文写作(共 1 题: 满分 30 分) 请根据以下提示，结合你生活中的事例，用英语写一篇短文。 Telling lies is what we are taught not to do, but in some cases, telling lies seems to be what we have to do. 注意：① 无须写标题，不得照抄英语提示语； ② 除诗歌外，文体不限； ③ 内容必须结合生活或学习中的一个事例，写出真情实感。 ④ 文中不得透漏个人姓名和学校名称； ⑤ 词数不少于 120 字左右。 China’s in the distance
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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)
第二节：短文写作（共 1 题；满分 30 分) With great importance attached to honesty, children are taught not to tell lies. However, there are occasions when we realize that telling lies seems to be the only choice. My best friend Li Hua used to be rather poor in English, especially his terrible and strange pronunciation. Hardly could he make himself understood when speaking English. Bearing a heavy load in mind, he felt desperate and upset. He dared not speak English in class. When asked quetions by our English teacher, he was always nervous and embarrassed. The classmates always made fun of him, saying that he was speaking Japanese! Once I met him in the corridor.Therefore I praised that his pronunciation was very special and kind of like Obama's. Believing what I said, he got greatly inspired. He spared no effort to practice speaking English every day. Now, he can speak English fluently with a perfect accent. Recently, he told me that it wasn't long before he knew that what I said just a little white lie but he appreciated it badly, without which, he said, he couldn't have achieved such great progress.
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