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2015 第一学期七宝中学高三英语期中考试卷 出卷人:施国华 20151030 第 I 卷(共 103 分) I. Listening Comprehension Section A 10% 30% 审卷人:谭宏

Directions: In Section A, you will hear ten short conversations between t

wo speakers. At the end of each conversation, 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. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. A. 7:00. C. At the airport. A. Doctor and patient. C. Colleagues. A. He feels awfully sorry. C. He feels quite relieved. A. I am too busy to help you. C. You are blind and can’t see anything. A. Because she’s surprising. B. Because she’s too fat. C. Because she doesn’t try her best. D. Because she’s ill. 7. 8. A. By air. B. By bus. C. By car. D. By train. A. The woman will go to see the dentist. B. The man will treat the woman to dinner. C. The woman will invite the man to dinner. D. Both the man and the woman will stay at home. 9. A. It was too hot. C. It was too cold. 10. A. Holiday plans. 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. 12% Questions 11 through 13 are based on the following passage. 11. A. Because there are a lot of mountains, valleys and rivers in New England. B. Because there are few farming lands in New England. C. Because New Englanders like climbing mountains.
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B. 7:45.

C. 9:00. B. In the restaurant. D. In a training school. B. Husband and wife. D. Friends.

D. 9:45.

A. At the customer center.

B. He feels quite worried. D. He feels ill. B. I am very glad to help you. D. I will help you when I finish typing.

B. It was warmer than she had expected. D. It was cooler than she had expected. B. Visiting Xi’an. C. The man’s uncle. D. Where to visit in Xi’an.

D. Because New Englanders have to climb mountains to work. 12. A. Because there are too many mountains in New England. B. Because the soil of New England has lost its value. C. Because the farms are small and the soil is not good. D. Because the farms are not big enough to support families. 13. A. They learn the skill when they work in the factories. B. They learn the skill during the making of things. C. They are born with the skill. D. They learn the skill from their fathers. Questions 14 through 16 are based on the following passage. 14. A. Because they don’t want to find the treasure. B. Because they don’t want to pay taxes on it. C. Because they don’t know where to dig. D. Because they are afraid that pirates will claim it. 15. A. 1:1. B. 2:1. C. 12:1. D. Not mentioned. 16. A. Because pirates used to attack Spanish ships near Gulf of Mexico. B. Because pirates were unable to dispose of the goods. C. Because pirates buried the goods in secret hiding places on the shore. D. Because pirates drew a map of the hiding places so that they could know where to dig. 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. 8% Blanks 17 through 20 are based on the following conversation. Complete the form. Write ONE WORD for each answer. Jessica’s impression on the two cities Tokyo Kyoto It’s big, ________17________and crowded. The foods are excellent but pretty ______18______. It’s a lovely and ______19_____ city with many old ______20_____ and beautiful gardens. Blanks 21 through 24 are based on the following conversation. Complete the form. Write NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS for each answer. What is Mark’s problem? He has ability but he rarely ____21____. How does Mark never start working? He only spends ten minutes on his homework and then rushes out to _____22____. He wishes Jason to go out and enjoy himself ______23_____. He may become ____24____.

What does Jack wish Jason to do? What possible occupation will Jason take in the future?
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II. Grammar and Vocabulary Section A 16% Directions: After reading the passages below, fill in the blanks to make the passage 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) At thirteen, I was diagnosed with kind of attention disorder. It made school difficult for me. When __25__ else in the class was focusing on tasks, I could not. In my first literature class, Mrs. Smith asked us to read a story and then write on it, all within 45 minutes. I raised my hand right away and said, ―Mrs. Smith, you see, the doctor said I have attention problems. I __26__ not be able to do it.‖ She glanced down at me through her glasses, ―you are no different from your classmates, young man.‖ I tried, but I didn’t finish the reading when the bell rang. I had to take it home. In the quietness of my bedroom, the story suddenly all became clear to me. It was about a blind person, Louis Braille. He lived in a time__27__ the blind couldn’t get much education. But Louis didn’t give up. __28__, he invented a__29__ (read) system of raised dots, __30__ opened up a whole new world of knowledge to the blind. Wasn’t I the ―blind‖ in my class, being made __31__ (learn) like the ―sighted‖ students? My thoughts spilled out and my pen started to dance. I completed the task within 40 minutes. Indeed, I was no different from others; I just needed a quieter place. If Louis could find his way out of his problems, why should I ever give up? I didn’t expect anything when I handled in my paper to Mrs. Smith, so it was quite a surprise when it came back to me the next day with __32__ ―A‖ on it. At the bottom of the paper were these words: ― See what you can do when you keep trying?‖ B Take five Chinese teachers, put them in a British classroom with fifty students for four weeks of Chinese-style education and what do you get? You get the BBC TV series Are Our Kids Tough Enough? Chinese School. The series__33__(design) as a competition between Chinese-style education and British-style education. At the end of the four weeks, the fifty students __34__(teach) by the Chinese teachers were tested against the rest of their 13- and 14-year-old Year 9 classmates at Bohunt, one of the best schools in England, to see __35__ group got the best marks. To almost everyone’s surprise, especially Bohunt’s
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head teacher’s, the Chinese-taught group scored ten percent higher in all subjects, including Math, Science and Mandarin.

That outcome wasn’t obvious at the beginning of the experiment. __36__ the students liked some
parts of the Chinese system, like the outdoor morning exercises, they were not happy with the long school day—five hours longer than the British school day—and, in class, they quickly became bored with the ―chalk-and-talk‖ Chinese style of teaching. British-style education__37__ (involve) more classroom activities and class discussions. As a result, there were discipline problems with some students and the Chinese teachers became frustrated. But, eventually, the students began to respond to the Chinese teachers. The teachers were clear in their explanations and clear about__38__ they expected from the students. Many students liked the idea __39__ they were being challenged to perform better and they felt they were really learning. At the end of the four weeks, the students expressed their gratitude to the Chinese teachers and many cried when they said their goodbyes. One thing is certain, though. The TV series proved that Chinese teachers are among the __40__ __40__ (qualify) and dedicated in the world. They deserve our admiration and respect. Section B 10% 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. community ABC. obligation Students Honor 9/11 Through Volunteering In the days after Sept. 11, 2001, thousands poured into Ground Zero to lend their hands in one of the largest recovery efforts in American history. Now, 12 years later, colleges are finding ways to channel the same__41__ into service projects in their own communities on September 11th. "9/11 is such an__42__ touchstone for our country, I think people want to find ways to do something, and students as well," says Kevin Kruger, president of the student affairs group. "The idea of giving something back to the __43__ ties in well to the emotional significance of that." Though no corner of the country was untouched by the terrorist attacks, they especially rocked New York University on 9/11. Less than two miles from Ground Zero, students__44__ the plane-on-tower impact from their dorm rooms. The university coordinated shelters and counseling in the days afterward. Because of this, NYU public affairs director Philip Lentz says the volunteer work the students do
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B. service

C. emotional

D. witnessed

AB . efforts

AC. volunteered AD. important

BC. ceremony BD. democratic CD. spirit

this week has a "special relevance." Students today__45__ at a rescue mission, wrote cards for soldiers and veterans and made donations for the families of victims and first responders on 9/11. "NYU feels it has a special __46__ to offer this service opportunity to students that are here so they can give back to the community that was so devastated by the attacks," Lentz says. Similar deeds have been taking place in George Washington University in Washington, D.C. "For the past five years at GW, freshmen have boarded buses immediately after their official welcome __47__ in early September to head for the nation's financial capital and volunteer in__48__ that aid the environment, education, veterans and community organizations," says Amy Cohen, the university's director for civic engagement and public service. "We hope that students will learn that community __49__ is part of how we build strong communities and a vibrant __50__ society," Cohen wrote in an e-mail to USA TODAY. "We ask students to reflect on the tragedy of 9/11 and to use this day as a way to show civic engagement and community building." III. Reading Comprehension Section A 15% Directions: For each blank in the following passage there are four words or phrases marked A, B, C, D. Fill in each blank with the word or phrase that best fits the context. Women, I have always felt, are the backbone of the world. Only they have the __51__ and means to bring the miracle of life to Earth. Throughout history, they have been the caretakers and nurturers. Women work alongside men in the fields, in the factories, in the offices and then__52__ home—not to put their feet up in front of the television like their husbands, but to set dinner on the table and __53__their families. There is nothing women cannot __54__ I won’t debate that women are superior to men or inferior to men. I’ll simply say that to be a woman is one of the greatest honors that can be accorded to a person. To be a woman is to be blessed with the natural__55__, understanding, and supernatural love of a mother. To be a woman is to be simultaneously strong and soft in body. To be a woman is to have the possibility of being __56__. There is nothing women cannot deal with. Women today need to realize that. Especially in today’s first world societies where women__57__ receive equal rights as men, women need only to make the most of their talents and assets in order to get what they want . And if they set their minds on something and fully strive for it, the sky is the __58__. Women were born tailored for__59__ It doesn’t matter what a woman’s particular talent is. If she is skilled with a pencil and paper, she can become a famous author or a successful journalist. If she is handy with math, she can become the CEO
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of a big investment company. If she has a flair for drama, she can become the next Gong Li. If she has a knack for chemicals and equations, she can discover a __60__for cancer. If her best asset is her friendly personality, she can become a popular talk show host. If she is simply very __61__, she can be the new cover model of Vogue. All very different scenarios, but all successes. Every woman was born tailored for accomplishment, no matter what their talents are. __62__, the talent isn’t even visible—but it’s definitely there. Women must simply remember that they are capable forces to be reckoned with and that they have a right to participate in the activities of the world. They must be forceful, determined, and assertive. They cannot shy back and accept the minor jobs that men don’t __63__ and leave for them. If women want to be kindergarten teachers, that’s wonderful. Kindergarten teachers are important and __64__ members of the community. If women want to stay at home and simply be mothers, that’s fantastic. Being a mother is one of the hardest careers in the world. __65__ it is vital that they understand that they are not limited to these options. As long as women are aware that anything is theirs for the taking, there should be no stopping them. 51. A. brain 52. A. build 53. A. take care of 54. A. think 55.A. sensitivity 56. A. nothing 57. A. increasingly 58. A. edge 59.A. fashion 60. A. way 61. A. pretty 62. A. However 63. A. want 64. A. unapproachable 65. A. So B. strength B. leave B. look down upon B. learn B. attention B. something B. generally B. limit B. bravery B. key B. tall B. Besides B. ignore B. incomprehensible B. But C. honor C. return C. put up with C. provide C. sympathy C. anything C. admittedly C. obstacle C. love C. secret C. confident C. Sometimes C. fit C. irreplaceable C. For D. heart D. own D. make use of D. do D. patience D. everything D. inevitably D. stage D. success D. cure D. special D. Furthermore D. create D. inaccessible D. As

Section B 32% Directions: Read the following three 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.
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(A) Visitor Code ? Arrive with nothing that can harm New Zealand If you are arriving from overseas, bring no food, animal or plant material into the country. If in doubt declare it to Customs. ? Protect plants and animals Never allow dogs or other pets to run freely in areas of nesting birds, other wildlife, or where sign posted. ? Get rid of rubbish Always get rid of your rubbish properly and recycle waste (e.g. glass, paper) where possible. ? Be considerate with other waste If using a portable toilet always throw away your toilet waste at a proper waste station. In the back country, bury your toilet waste in a shallow hole away from waterway. ? Keep New Zealand’s water clean Because soaps and other wastes can harm waterways, be careful your washing water doesn’t pollute the sea lakes and rivers. ? Take care with fires Always observe district fire bans. Be careful if you smoke or have an outdoor fire or barbecue, make sure ashes are cold before leaving. ? Camp or picnic carefully When camping or picnicking, use facilities provided. ? Keep to the track Keep to the track, where one exists, so you lessen the chance of damaging fragile plants. ? Be considerate When driving, minimize noise and observe no smoking signs.

66. According to Visitor Code, visitors are expected to act_______. A. with care and respect C. with caution and calmness B. with relief and pleasure D. with attention and observation

67. What are you encouraged to do when travelling in New Zealand?
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A. Take your own camping facilities. B. Bury glass far away from rivers. C. Follow the track for the sake of plants. D. Observe signs to approach nesting birds. 68. What is allowed to take into New Zealand according to the Visitor Code? A. wild honey B. fresh grape fruit C. Chinese ham D. duty-free wine

69. The underlined word fragile probably means __________. A. breakable and delicate B. fragrant and beautiful C. rare and expensive D. healthy and strong

(B) Suppose you become a leader in an organization. It’s very likely that you’ll want to have volunteers to help with the organization’s activities. To do so, it should help to understand why people undertake volunteer work and what keeps their interests in the work. Let’s begin with the question of why people volunteer. Researchers have identified several factors that motivate people to get started. For example, people volunteer to express personal values related to unselfishness, to expand their range of experiences and to develop social relationships. If volunteer positions do not meet those needs, people may not wish to participate. To select volunteers, you may need to understand the motivation of the people you wish to attract. People also volunteer because they are required to do so. To increase levels of opportunity given, some schools have launched volunteer programs. Unfortunately, these programs can shift people’s wish of participation from an internal factor (e.g. ―I volunteer because it’s important to me.‖) to an external factor (e.g. ―I volunteer because I’m prepared to do so.‖) When that happens, people become less likely to volunteer in the future. People must be sensitive to this possibility when they make volunteer activity a must. Once people begin to volunteer, what leads them to remain in their positions over time? To answer this question, researchers have conducted follow-up studies in which they track volunteers over time. For instance, one study followed volunteers in Florida over a year. One of the most important factors that influenced their satisfactions as volunteers was the amount of suffering they experienced in their volunteer positions. Although this result may not support you, it leads to important practical advice. The
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researchers note that attention should be given to ―training methods that would prepare volunteers for troublesome situations or provide them with strategies for coping with the problem they experience.‖ Another study of 302 volunteers at hospitals in Chicago focused on individual differences in the degree to which people view ―volunteer‖ as an important social role. It was estimated that those people for whom the role of volunteer was most part of their personal identity would also assumed be more likely to continue volunteer work. Participants indicated the degree to which social role matters by responding to statements such as ―Volunteering at hospitals is an important part of who I am.‖ Consistent with the researchers’ expectations, they focused a positive cohesion(正相关) between the strength of role identity and the lengths of time people contributed to volunteer. These results, once again, lead to concrete advice. ―Once an individual begins volunteering, continued efforts might focus on developing a volunteer role identity.‖ Items I like T-shits that allow volunteers to be recognized

publicly for their contributions can help strengthen role identity. 70. People volunteer mainly out of__________. A. academic requirements B. social expectations C. financial rewards D. internal needs

71. What can we learn from Florida study? A. Follow up studies should last for one year. B. Volunteers should get mentally prepared. C. Volunteer training is a must in research. D. Volunteers are provided with concrete advice. 72. What is most likely to motivate volunteers to continue their work? A. individual differences in role identity. C. Role identity as a volunteer. 73. What is the best title of the passage? A. How to get people to volunteer C. How to keep volunteers’ interest B. How to study volunteer behaviors D. How to organize volunteers’ activities (C) 1.While awareness and mastery of skills are important steps in any learning process, it is only when conscious skills are put to work that you will experience the involvement and excitement that accompany personal growth. The infant mimicking sounds, the youngster practicing to ride his bicycle, the teenager learning to drive, the adult preparing to buy a house—all experience a good deal of anticipation, but the anticipation pales next to the excitement of first communicating verbally of riding a bicycle solo or taking that first drive or moving into that first home. In other words, social interaction is the highest degree of personal involvement, the logical peak experience towards which awareness and mastery lead. 2. More than any other experience it is social interaction by which a person defines, expands, and
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B. Publicly identifiable volunteer T-shirt. D. Practical advice from researchers.

develops his own personality. Therefore, the more involved you are, the more experiences you have, the greater will be the actualization of your personality. If, for example, you are an active person in your community, your personality will express this activity by its positive and outgoing nature. If, on the other hand, you are passive, merely allowing yourself to be acted upon without any involvement in the day-to-day activities of your community, you risk boredom and dullness. Much has been written about the ―mass man‖ and about the inability of the average citizen to affect his own destiny. Involved persons are not mass men or passive citizens. 3. Involvement in your community means developing your community and yourself by direct and relevant interaction. Since this interaction could involve you in any and all of the functions of your community, we suggest here that you select for your involvement activities which are most meaningful to you. You might consider your future career plans, hobbies, or educational interests as guides for your decision. For once you begin to be involved in your community and once you experience your own growth in self-awareness through community awareness, you may very well find social interaction a life-time project, regardless of where your community may be or how it may change. 74. The underlined words “pales next to” in the first paragraph most probably means_______. A. is associated with C. is next to A. Being involved in social interaction. B. Risking boredom and dullness. C. Allowing oneself to be acted upon. D. Thinking passively all the time. 76. According to the author, involvement in a community should be ______. A. suggestive B. selective C. comprehensive D. decisive 77. What would the author most probably write in the paragraph to follow? He may ___________________________________________________. A. tell us the difference between active citizen and passive ones B. define the name of social interaction and ―mass man‖ C. give us some advice on how to be involved in social interaction D. explain why awareness helps actualize one’s personality Section C Directions: Read the passage carefully. Then answer the questions or complete the statements in the fewest possible words. What’s the secret to holding your breath? How long can you hold your breath? I’m trying it right now. The first 30 seconds are easy. I want to give up at 45 seconds but I continue and it gets easier for a while. But, as I go past one minute, my heart is pounding. I breathe out a tiny bit and this helps. One minute and 12 seconds. I’m quite impressed with myself. In some sports, it is very important to be able to hold your breath, particularly in freediving. In 2006, I met Sam Amps, who was captain of the UK freedive team. At a swimming pool in Bristol, she
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B. is most likely to D. is less important than

75. Which of the following is characteristic of an active person.

taught me some simple ways to help me hold my breath for longer while swimming underwater. By the end of the session, I could hold my breath for 90 seconds, long enough to let me swim across the pool. Sam swam across the pool three times easily. She could hold her breath for five minutes, while swimming. Five minutes! I asked how she did it: very slow breathing for several minutes before each dive, then a big, deep breath before diving in. Our heart rate doesn’t slow down when we hold our breath. At least, it doesn’t if you’re doing it on land. When you’re under cold water, the heart rate slows down in most people. This change in our bodies is useful in diving – but it is even more useful for not drowning. Holding our breath is becoming very useful in one particular area of medicine. Radiotherapy for breast cancer involves pointing radiation exactly at the tumor. It’s usually done in short periods, between breaths. But, if the patient can hold their breath for several minutes, it means that doctors can give the complete radiation dose, in the right place, all at the same time. The problem, of course, is that most people cannot hold their breath for several minutes. But doctors at University Hospital Birmingham have shown that, if patients are given air with extra oxygen before holding their breath, they can hold it for five-and-a-half minutes. Surprisingly, to achieve this you have to fool the diaphragm (横膈膜). When you breathe in, you’re pulling the muscle of your diaphragm flat so that the volume of your chest increases – this pulls the air into your lungs. When you hold your breath, you keep your diaphragm like that. If you breathe extra oxygen before a breath-hold, as in the Birmingham radiotherapy experiments, you may be able to stop the diaphragm from becoming tired too quickly. So, it’s your diaphragm, the main muscle of breathing, that is in charge when you are holding your breath. But, in the end, even if you’ve fooled it for a while, the signals from the diaphragm become too strong and you have to give up – and take a breath. 78. According to the author _________ is the name of the sport in which people swim underwater while holding their breath. 79. From what Sam Amps is doing, we know that she is a______________. 80. Why is holding breath becoming very useful in radiotherapy for breast cancer? 81. The purpose of the trick to holding your breath for a long time is to _________________.

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第 II 卷(共 47 分) I. Translation Directions: Translate the following sentences into English, using the words given in the brackets. 1. 诚实、谦虚、大度、合作是我校精英气质的体现。(generous) 2. 政府采取的措施比预期的发挥了更有效的经济推动作用。(play a role) 3. 我知道他在说谎,可我无法揭穿他编织的谎言。 (refute) 4. 毫无疑问我们现在的头等大事就是为受灾地区输送食物及药品物资。 (priority) 5. 抗战伟大胜利重新确立了中国在世界上的大国地位,使中国人民赢得了世界爱好和平人民的尊 敬。(win) II. Guided writing(25 分) Directions: Write an English composition in 120-150 words. The composition must be based on the information given below. Shanghai Tourism Festival has been held annually in the middle of September for more than twenty years since 1990, attracting eight million people to it. It acts as a perfect event for locals and foreigners to discover Shanghai's fascinating culture and history. A number of traditional and non-traditional entertainment programs are held, and Shanghai's unique charms and native pleasures are well displayed. Please design a memorable and wonderful one-day trip for either of the tourists to tour round Shanghai and explain your reason for the well-planned tour. Tourist A: Hu Sheng, a retired engineer, who left Shanghai 30 years ago and never had an opportunity to come back for a visit, is looking forward to seeing Shanghai, his birthplace. Tourist B: Da Shan, a 14-year-old schoolboy, who lives in a rural mountainous village in Anhui and has never been out of his hometown, is invited to experience a cultural exchange for a week. The first and the last sentences have been written for you. Dear Hu Sheng / Da Shan, Welcome to Shanghai. Here is the customized tour which I carefully designed for you only. The specially designed one day tour of Shanghai is like this; … _______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ Hope you will like this plan and enjoy your tour and I am looking forward to seeing you in Shanghai soon. Yours Tom

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2015 第一学期七宝中学高三英语期中考试答题卡 姓名:__________ 班级:__________ I. 学号:__________

Listening: 8%
17. ______________________ 19. ______________________ 21._______________________ 23._______________________ 18. ______________________ 20. ______________________ 22. ______________________ 24. ______________________

II. Grammar: 15’
25. ____________________ 27. ____________________ 29. ____________________ 31. ____________________ 33. ____________________ 35. ____________________ 37. ____________________ 39. ____________________ 26._____________________ 28. _____________________ 30. _____________________ 32. _____________________ 34. _____________________ 36. _____________________ 38. _____________________ 40. _____________________

V. Q & A: 8%
78. _______________________________________________________________________ 79. _______________________________________________________________________ 80. _______________________________________________________________________ 81. _______________________________________________________________________

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VI. Translation:

22%

1. 诚实、谦虚、大度、合作是我校精英气质的体现。(generous) ___________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________

2. 政府采取的措施比预期的发挥了更有效的经济推动作用。(play a role) ___________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________ 3. 我知道他在说谎,可我无法揭穿他编织的谎言。 (refute) ___________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________ 4. 毫无疑问我们现在的头等大事就是为受灾地区输送食物及药品物资。 (priority) __________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________ 5. 抗战伟大胜利重新确立了中国在世界上的大国地位, 使中国人民赢得了世界爱好和 平人民的尊敬。(win) ___________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________

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II. Guided writing (25 分) Directions: Write an English composition in 120-150 words according to the instructions given.
Shanghai Tourism Festival has been held annually in the middle of September for more than twenty years since 1990, attracting eight million people to it. It acts as a perfect event for locals and foreigners to discover Shanghai's fascinating culture and history. A number of traditional and non-traditional entertainment programs are held, and Shanghai's unique charms and native pleasures are well displayed. Please design a memorable and wonderful one-day trip for either of the tourists to tour round Shanghai and explain your reason for the well-planned tour. Tourist A: Hu Sheng, a retired engineer, who left Shanghai 30 years ago and never had an opportunity to come back for a visit, is looking forward to seeing Shanghai, his birthplace. Tourist B: Da Shan, a 14-year-old schoolboy, who lives in a rural mountainous village in Anhui and has never been out of his hometown, is invited to experience a cultural exchange for a week. The first and the last sentences have been written for you. Dear Hu Sheng / Da Shan, Welcome to Shanghai. Here is the customized tour which I carefully designed for you only. The specially designed one day tour of Shanghai is like this; …

___________________________________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________________________
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___________________________________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________________________

Hope you will like this plan and enjoy your tour and I am looking forward to seeing you in Shanghai soon. Yours Tom

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Key for reference(2015-09-30) 1—5 DBACA 6—10 BDABA 11—13 ABD 14—16 BCA

17. interesting 18. expensive 19. historical 20. temples 21. does his best 22. play tennis 23. for a change 24. a university professor 25. everyone 26. might 27. when 28. Instead 29. reading 30. which 31. to learn 32. an 33. was designed 34. taught 35. which 36. Although 37. involves 38. what 39. that 40. most qualified 41. CD 42. C 43. A 44. D 45. AC 46. ABC 47. BC 48. AB 49. B 50. BD 51—55 BCADA 56—60 CBBDD 61—65 ACACB 66—69 ACDA 70—73 DBCA 74—77 DABC 78. freediving 79. a diving instructor/ coach/teacher 80. Because holding breath makes it easier to send radiation to a breast-cancer tumour. / doctors can give the complete radiation dose, in the right place, all at the same time. 81. make your diaphragm believe that it is not tired/stop the diaphragm from becoming tired too quickly.

Translation 1. Being honest, modest, generous and cooperative is noble spirit of our school./ Honesty, modesty, generosity and cooperation embody what we value as an elite school. 2. The measures taken by the government have played a more effective role in promoting economic growth than expected. 3. I knew that he was lying but I had no evidence with which to refute his story. (refute) 4. There is no doubt that our top priority right now is to send food and medical supplies to the disaster-hit/stricken area. 5. This great victory of Anti-Japanese War re-established China as a major power in the world and won the Chinese people respect of all peace-loving people around the world.

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