江苏省盐城中学 2014 届高三英语练习 8
第 I 卷 选择题 （共 85 分）
第一部分：听力(共两节，满分 20 分) 第一节（共 5 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 5 分） 听下面 5 段对话。每段对话后有一个小题，从题中所给的 A、B、C 三个选项中选出最 佳选项，并标在试卷的相应位置。听完每段对话后，你都有 10 秒钟的时间来回答有关小题
和阅读下一小题。每段对话仅读一遍。 1. What does the woman imply? A. She didn?t clean the apartment. B. She?ll help the man clean his apartment. C. She needs to clean the lab. 2. What does the woman mean? A. She saw the man run out. B. She thought the man?s laundry was done badly. C. She was sorry the man couldn?t finish his laundry. 3. What does the man imply? A. His coach didn?t help him enough. B. He had no chance of winning. C. He didn?t follow his coach?s advice. 4. What does the woman mean? A. She likes the new theatre in town. B. She expects the theatre to close down. C. She?s surprised by the news. 5. What does the man say about the activities? A. They aren?t very good because they?re so different. B. He thinks they should do b oth. C. It doesn?t matter which one they do. 第二节（共 15 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 15 分） ） 听下面 5 段对话或独白。每段对话或独白后有几个小题，从题中所给的 A、B、C 三个 选项中选出最佳选项，并标在试卷的相应位置。听每段对话或独白前，你将有时间阅读各个 小题，每小题 5 秒钟；听完后，各小题将给出 5 秒钟的作答时间。每段对话或独白读两遍。 听第 6 段材料，回答第 6~8 小题。 6. W hy doesn?t the man book the seats downstairs? A. Too expensive. B. Too close to the stage. C. Uncomfortable. 7. When does the man plan to see the performance? A. Next Saturday. B. On October 21st. C. On October 25th. 8. How much does each upstairs ticket cost? A. $10. B. $3.75. C. $2.50. 听第 7 段材料，回答第 9~11 小题。 9. What are the speakers probably doing according to the conversation? A. Discussing a plan. B. Having an interview. C. Having a meeting. 10. How many sisters does the man at least have?
A. Two. B. Only one. C. Three. 11. What can you infer from the woman?s last words? A. The man is allowed to have the job. B. The man is asked to go to college. C. The man is refused to work in the college. 听第 8 段材料，回答第 12 至 14 题。 12. What is NOT true about the man? A. Water is running down his leg. B. He can not breathe well after a walk. C. He hasn?t been sleeping we ll because of the pain in his leg. 13. What has caused the trouble? A. The woman doesn?t know yet. B. He was burnt by boiling water. C. He has tired himself out in his work. 14. What?s the woman?s name? A. Doctor Cook. B. Doctor Martin. C. The conversation doesn?t tell us. 听第 9 段材料，回答第 15 至 17 题。 15. Where are the man and the woman going? A. To the bus station. B. To the police station. C. To the railway station. 16. What does the woman think they should do? A. Take a taxi. B. Walk slowly. C. Leave the bags with the police. 17. What does the man find out at last? A. Fifteen minutes is too long. B. The traffic is moving too slowly. C. He is not able to carry two bags. 听第 10 段材料，回答第 18 至 20 题。 18. According to the passage, what were dogs trained for in the past? A. For protection against other animals. B. For protection against other dogs. C. Just for fun. 19. Why were dogs used for hunting? A. Because they did not eat other animals. B. Because they were useful for protection. C. Because they always obeyed their masters. 20. What is the most important reason for people in the city to keep dogs now? A. For companionship. B. For amusement. C. For protection against robbery. 第二部分：英语知识运用（共两节，满分 35 分） 第一节：单项填空（共 15 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 15 分） 请认真阅读下面各题，从题中所给的 A、B、C、D 四个选项中，选出最佳选项，并在答题 卡上将该项涂黑。 21. — What do you think we should do after dinner? — Why don't we get _______ beer at the Karaoke bar down the street? It is kind of _______ fun to hear all the band singing．
A．a; / B．a; a C．the; a D．a; the 22. Go and do it right now, and you _____ have my help when in trouble. A. will B. shall C. should D. must 23. — Can I help you? — Yes, I?m looking for a pen. — We have some new arrivals for you to ______ A. select B. choose C. pick out D. choose from 24. Tom is clever at numbers and I think he will ________ an excellent accountant. A. make B. turn C. appear D. grow 25. Luckily, the old man was sent to the hospital in time. Three minutes later and he _______. A. would die B. was to die C. should have died D. would have died 26. ______ saw the film at the cinema, he stayed home, sleeping A. Rather B. Instead C. Rather than D. Contrary to 27. The moment he came into his room, he ______ something wrong, though he couldn?t tell. A. noticed B. sensed C. felt D. smelt 28. — How would you like your steak? — Oh, _______. A. Terrible B. Delicious C. Hard to eat D. Half done 29. Whom would you rather _______ with you to the library? A. went B. have go C. have gone D. go 30. By the time you get to the airport, I ______ for you at the gate. A. will have waited B. will have been waiting C. will be waiting D. am waiting 31. My sister ________ for long when she fell seriously ill. A. didn?t marry B. has been married C. hadn?t been married D. wasn?t married 32. Kids should be encouraged to take part in community service ___ the voluntary spirit can take root in their minds from childhood. A. in that B. now that C. so that D. provided that 33. With the bridge ______next year, it will be easier to come to and go from the village. A. to build B. to be built C. built D. being built 34. To finish the task on time, I think we should _______ and cooperate. A. join together B. connect C. join hand D. join forces 35. — I think it was his excitement for his success in the first half that led to his eventual failure in the game. — You bet. Old sayings never fail, “________” A. Failure is the mother of success B. Pride goes before a fall C. A hero is nothing but a product of his time D. A fall into the pit, a gain in the wit 第二节：完形填空 （共 20 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 20 分） 请认真阅读下面各题，从题中所给的 A、B、C、D 四个选项中，选出最佳选项，并在答题 卡上将该项涂黑。 I was invited to attend a presentation at the Kentucky School. That evening I found gratitude had amazing 36 to change our attitude…and our life. The young musician Mr. Patrick was 37 onto the stage in his wheelchair and began to play the piano. His fingers danced across the keys as he 38 beautiful music. He then began to sing as he played, and it was wonderful. But what shocked me most was his 39 smile. Patrick was born with no eyes and an illness in the legs, which 40 him lame for life. However, as a child, he was 41 with artificial eyes and placed in a wheelchair. Before his first
42 , he discovered the piano. When his mom hit any note on the piano, and within one or two 43 , he?d get it. By his second birthday, he was playing “Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star”. His father was 44 . “We might not play baseball, but we can play music together.” When Patrick was at the University of Louisville, his father 45 classes with him. He was also a part of the 214-member marching band! He was a blind, wheelchair-bound trumpet player; and he and his father did it together. His father 46 the night shift （夜班） in order to accompany his daytime band practice. Patrick says, “My dad?s my 47 .” But even more than his 48 musical talent, it was Patrick?s “attitude of gratitude” that _49 my soul. On stage, between songs, he talked to the audience about his life and about how _50 he was with a great father. When his performance was over, Patrick and his father were on the stage together. The crowd rose to their feet and 51 for over five minutes. We all face misfortune in our lives. 52 ，it?s not the hardship but how we 53 to it that will determine the joy and happiness in our lives. During 54 times, do we spend too much time feeling 55 for ourselves, or can we, with gratitude, learn how to dance in the rain? 36. A. knowledge B. quality C. wisdom D. power 37. A. rolled B. held C. allowed D. dragged 38. A. wrote B. provided C. made D. gave 39. A. strange B. magic C. bitter D. friendly 40. A. took B. led C. forced D. left 41. A. fitted B. connected C. associated D. filled 42. A. place B. birthday C. performance D. attempt 43. A. memories B. words C. tries D. notes 44. A. confused B. amused C. interested D. overjoyed 45. A. listed B. found C. attended D. organized 46. A. worked B. found C. refused D. cancelled 47. A. dream B. hero C. music D. song 48. A. unbearable B. unbelievable C. uncondit ional D. unreasonable 49. A. touched B. calmed C. freed D. felt 50. A. satisfied B. concerned C. blessed D. laughed 51. A. cheered B. whispered C. shouted D. laughed 52. A. Therefore B. Otherwise C. However D. Besides 53. A. see B. react C. agree D. put 54. A. happy B. modern C. tough D. usual 55. A. great B. sorry C. hopeful D. proud 第三节：阅读理解 (共 15 小题；每小题 2 分，满分 30 分) 阅读下列短文，从每题所给的四个选项 A、B、C 和 D 中，选出最佳选项，并在答题卡上将 该项涂黑。 A Dear Guys, I?d like to talk to you about the shame you subjected me to last night. Let me first refresh your memory: You, a group of fit, young men, were playing soccer on the field across from my apartment building. I, a better-than-average looking young woman, was walking along the sidewalk with my groceries. That?s when your ball came flying over the fence and landed in front of me. One of you approached and asked politely if I would throw the ball back to you. Fighting the
urge to drop my bags and run screaming down the street, I reluctantly agreed. Before I continue, let me explain something that I didn?t have a chance to mention last night: I hate sports. More specifically, I hate sports involving balls. This results from my lack of natural ability when it comes to throwing, catching and hitting. I?m bad at aiming too. So you can understand why I?d be nervous at what I?m sure seemed to you like a laughably simple request. However, wanting to appear agreeable, I put my bags down, picked up the ball and, eyes half-shut, and threw it as hard as I could. It hit the middle of the fence and bounced back to me. Trying to act casually, I said something about being out of practice, then picked up the ball again. If you?ll remember, at your command, I agreed to try throwing underhand. While outwardly I was smiling, in my head, I was praying, Oh God, oh please oh please oh please. I threw the ball upward with all my strength, terrified by what happened next. The ball hit slightly higher up on the fence and bounced back to me. This is the point where I start to take issue with you. Wouldn?t it have been a better use of your time, and mine, if you had just walked around the fence and took the ball then? I was clearly struggling; my smiles were more and more forced. And yet, you all just stood there, motionless. Seeing that you weren?t going to let me out of the trouble, I became desperate. Memories of middle school softball came flooding back. I tried hard to throw the ball but it only went about eight feet, then I decided to pick it up and dash with ball in hand towards the baseline, while annoyed thirteen-year-old boys screamed at me that I was ruining their lives. Children are cruel. Being a big girl now, I pushed those memories aside and picked up the soccer ball for the third time. I forced a good-natured laugh while crying inside as you patiently shouted words of support over the fence at me. “Throw it granny-style!” one of you said. “Just back up a little and give it all you?ve got!” another offered. And, most embarrassing of all, “You can do it!” I know you thought you were being encouraging, but it only served to deepen the shame. Anyway, I accepted your ball-throwing advice, backed up, rocked back and forth a little, took a deep breath and let it fly. It hit the edge of the fence and bounced back to me. I surprised myself --- and I?m sure you as well --- by letting out a cry, “DAMN IT!!!” I then willed myself to have a heart attack and pass out in front of you just so I?d be put out of my misery. Alas, the heart attack didn?t happen, and you continued to look at me expectantly, like you were content to do this all night. I had become a sort of exhibition for you. I could feel your collective thoughts drifting through the chain-link: “Can she really not do it? But I mean, really?” Unfortunately for you, I wasn?t really brave to continue your experiment. Three failed attempts at a simple task in front of a group of people in a two-minute period was just enough blow for me for one night. I picked up the ball one last time, approached the fence and grumbled, “Please just come get the damn ball.” And you did. And thanks to you, I decided at that very moment to never throw anything ever again, except disrespectful glances at people who play sports. Sincerely, Jen Cordery 56. The writer agreed to throw the ball because _______. A. she needed to have a relax carrying the heavy groceries B. she wanted to refresh her childhood memories
C. she could not refuse the polite request from the young man D. she had fallen in love with the young man at first sight 57. Why did the writer mention her middle school memory? A. To explain why she failed the attempts to throw the ball back. B. To complain that she had not mastered the ball throwing skills. C. To show how cruel those 13-year-old boys were. D. To express her dislike towards softball. 58. What?s the writer?s purpose in writing this open letter? A. To express her regret over what she did the day before. B. To announce that she would never play ball games again. C. To joke on her own inability to throw the ball over the fence. D. To criticize the young men for their cruelty to her dignity. B Advertisers tend to think big and perhaps this is why they?re always getting criticism. Their critics seem to resent（对...不满） them because they have a gift for self-promotion and because they have so much money to throw around. ?It?s unjust,? they say, ?that this entirely unproductive industry (if we can call it that) should absorb millions of pounds each year. It only goes to show how much profit the big companies are making. Why don?t they stop advertising and reduce the price of their goods? After all, it?s the consumer who pays…? The poor old consumer! He?d have to pay a great deal more if advertising didn?t create mass markets for products. It is precisely because of the heavy advertising that consumer goods are so cheap. But we get the wrong idea if we think the only purpose of advertising is to sell goods. Another equally important function is to inform. A great deal of the knowledge we have about household goods comes largely from the advertisements we read. Advertisements introduce us to new products or remind us of the existence of ones we already know about. Supposing you wanted to buy a washing machine, it is more than likely you would obtain details regarding performance, price, etc., from an advertisement. Lots of people pretend that they never read advertisements, but this claim may be seriously doubted. It is hardly possible not to read advertisements these days. And what fun they often are, too! Just think what a railway station or a newspaper would be like without advertisements. Would you enjoy gazing at a blank wall or reading railway byelaws(内部规则) while waiting for a train? Would you like to read only closely printed columns of news in your daily paper? A cheerful, witty advertisement makes such a difference to a dull wall or a newspaper full of the daily ration(定量) of disasters. We must not forget, either, that advertising makes a positive contribution to our pockets. Newspapers, commercial radio and television companies could not survive without this source of revenue（收益）. The fact that we pay so little for our daily paper or can enjoy so many broadcast programs is due entirely to the money spent by advertisers. Just think what a newspaper would cost if we had to pay its full price! Another thing we mustn?t forget is the ?small ads.? which are in virtually every newspaper and magazine. What a tremendously useful service they perform for the community! Just about anything can be accomplished through these columns. For instance, you can find a job, buy or sell a house, announce a birth, marriage or death in what used to be called the ?hatch（giving birth）, match and dispatch? column but by far the most fascinating section is the personal or ?agony? column（读者来信专栏）. No other item in a newspaper provides such entertaining reading or
offers such a deep insight into human nature. It?s the best advertisement for advertising there is! 59. What is main idea of this passage? A. Advertisements. B. Advertisements bring fun to readers. C. Advertisers perform a useful service to communities. D. The costs of advertisements. 60. The attitude of the author toward advertisers is A. appreciative. B. trustworthy. C. critical D. dissatisfactory. 61. Which of the following is Not True? A. Advertisement makes contribution to our pockets and we may know everything. B. We can buy what we want. C. Good quality products don?t need to be advertised. D. Advertisement makes our life colorful. C Why are people interested in eating raw foods or whole foods? One reason is that eating these types of food reduces the risk of acid accumulation in your body. Raw and whole foods are usually digested more efficiently than cooked and refined foods. When we cook foods, we destroy the natural enzymes (酶) that are part of the food in its raw form. These enzymes were intended by nature to help us digest the food. When we consume food without these natural enzymes, our bodies either digest the food improperly or allow too many nutrients to be absorbed into the bloodstream. In both instances, the result is obesity. When too many nutrients are absorbed at once, the body grows fat. Improperly digested food moves slowly through the digestive tract（消化道）, where it becomes increasingly acidic. To protect its vital organs from this acidic waste, the body changes the acid into fat and stores it safely away from the organs. Processed foods contain chemical elements, which might confuse the appetite mechanism that tells us when we?ve had enough to eat; as a result, people often overeat. Processed foods also upset the digestive cycle. The body will either identify these foods as allergens （过敏原） and then store them safely away from the organs as fat, or the remains of undigested food will become acidic and enter the bloodstream as acid waste, which will stick to the blood vessel walls and block the passage of vital oxygen and nutrients heading for the body?s cells. The body?s metabolism (新陈代谢) becomes inactive, and the result is weight gain and obesity. The accumulation of acid in the digestive tract makes digestion increasingly inefficient. When that happens, even healthy foods can become acidic and the food allergies will become more common. To stop this vicious circle in its tracks, people need to consume food and supplements that will neutralize（中和）the acid already accumulated in body. Eating the right types of raw and whole foods can help. It?s also important to restore your enzyme bala nce. You need to identify and avoid the foods that cause acid accumulation and consume the foods that increase enzyme production. If you truly want to change and help your body heal itself, you need to take an active approach. 62. It can be inferred from Para. 2 that __________. A. foods with natural enzymes help people keep fit B. we?d better be cautious about raw and whole foods C. it is essential for people to protect their vital organs D. giving up cooked and refined foods is a new lifestyle 63. Processed foods are unhealthy because they __________.
A. destroy body?s cells B. may lead to obesity C. are difficult to digest D. stop body?s metabolism 64. What is the main purpose of this passage? A. To warn people of the problem of obesity. B. To advocate eating more raw and whole foods. C. To inform people of the harm of processed foods. D. To tell the differences between raw and processed foods. 65. What is likely to be talked about following the last paragraph? A. Different causes of acid accumulation. B. Correct ways to cook raw foods. C. Suitable types of raw and whole foods. D. Active approaches to avoid acid. D I had lunch with a friend of mine the other day and she said something that I found surprising: "Work is paid slavery." My friend wanted more control over her work hours, income, etc., but you can imagine that if "work is serving someone," she won't have much luck until that belief changes. When I asked her where that belief came from, she said her father. Most of us spend many of our waking hours at work. How we think about those hours will determine how good or bad we feel about our lives. How would you complete the sentence: "Work is...."? How many of us say that work is fulfilling? How many say work is fun? Changing Limiting Beliefs Almost everyone I talk to has limiting beliefs about money or work. I worked with my friend using the walking belief change described in Debug Your Mental Software. When it came time to come up with a new belief, she struggled. She even asked me: "What's the opposite of slavery?" So strong was the old belief that she couldn't think of the opposite. What's Your Work Belief? If you think work is bad, you'll end up working in an unfulfilling job regardless of how much it pays. If you think work is freedom, you'll enjoy your work because it fulfills you. I call it "soul work." If you're doing the work you love, it will be energizing, freeing. Much of our work ethic(职业道德规范) starts in childhood by watching our parents. How did they talk about work? Did they hate it, or did they love it? The truth is probably somewhere in between. Many of us say we don't want a job "like my parent had" or a job where they're stuck inside a small room. But many of us end up with jobs like that. Sometimes it's how we approach the tasks of our job s that make the difference. It's possible to make even the most ordinary job meaningful and fulfilling. If it isn't possible for you to do that, then it is time to think about "evolving out of the job". Sometimes just quitting a job because it's boring is the wrong thing to do, but thinking about where you want to be and if you need more education is a good idea. Some young people seem to have trouble starting jobs or finishing college. Has our economy discouraged them? A recent movie I saw had a grown man (over thirty) telling his friends that he's a "stay-at-home-son." Truth is sometimes stranger than fiction. I had breakfast at my local Perkins yesterday. Kristin took my order. She was bubbly and full of energy compared to the other waitresses. I watched as she remembered everything a family of four staying at a neighboring hotel had ordered the day before. Kristin loved people and loved her job. She has the kind of attitude and work ethic that employers crave. What's your work belief? Does it limit you? Could you tune it up to live a better life right
now? If most of us are going to spend 30 years working, shouldn't we try to make it enjoyable? Could it be that work is freedom or right work is energizing or something even better? 66. It's implied in the third paragraph that_________ A. theory always comes from a lot of practice B. few people know the real meaning of work C. few people feel pleased when they are at work D. the harder you work, the deeper you know about it 67. According to the writer, what determines the nature of work? A. Appropriate pay B. Your inner feeling C. Your life goals D. The environment around you 68. The underlined part “evolving out of the job”(Para7) probably means ________. A. leaving someone else to deal with the job B. giving up the job and finding a new one C. seeking something outside the job itself D. doing something to improve yourself 69.The writer?s attitude shown in the eighth paragraph is _________. A. supportive B. disappointed C. satisfied D. indifferent 70. The writer thinks highly of Kristin because___________. A. she treats every customer equally B. she is good at memorizing things C. she is a close friend of the writer?s D. she has positive job attitude
第 II 卷 非选择题 （共 35 分）
第四部分：任务型阅读（共 10 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 10 分） 请认真阅读下列短文，并根据所读内容在文章后表格中的空格里填入一个最恰当的单词。 Are we too quick to blame and slow to praise? It seems that while most of us are only too ready to apply to others the cold wind of criticism, we are somehow unwilling to give others the warm sunshine of praise. It?s strange how mean we are about praising. Perhaps it?s because few of us know how to accept praise gracefully. Instead, we are embarrassed and ignore the words we are really so glad to hear. Because of this defensive reaction, direct praise is surprisingly difficult to give. Do you ever go into a house and say, “What a tidy room!” Hardly anybody does. That?s why housework is considered such a boring job. Shakespeare said, “Our praises are our wages.” Since so often praise is the only wage a housewife receives, surely she is worthy of praise. Mothers know naturally that for children an ounce of praise is worth a pound of scolding. Still, we are unaware of children?s small achievements and we seldom apply the rule. One day I was criticizing my children for quarrelling. “Can you never play peacefully?” I shouted. Susanna looked at me confused. “Of course I can,” she said. “But you don?t notice us when we do.” Teachers agree about the value of praise. “I believe that a student knows when he has handed in something above his usual standard,” writes a teacher, “and that he is hungry for a belief comment in the margin to show him that the teacher is aware of it, too.” Behavioral scientists have done countless experiments to prove that people have a tendency to repeat an act which has been immediately followed by a pleasant result. In one such experiment, a number of schoolchildren were divided into three groups and given arithmetic tests daily for five days. One group was constantly praised for its previous performance; another group was criticized; the third was ignored. Not surprisingly, those who were praised improved dramatically. Those
who were criticized improved,too, but not so much. And the scores of the children who were ignored hardly improved at all. Interestingly, the brightest children were helped just as much by criticism as by praise, but the less able children, who r eacted badly to criticism, needed praise the most. To give praise costs the giver nothing but a moment?s thought and a moment?s effort—perhaps a quick phone call to pass on good comments, or write an appreciative letter. It is such a small investment—and yet consider the results it may produce. We will not only bring joy into other people?s lives, but also, very often, added happiness into our room.” I can live for two months on a good compliment.” said Mark Twain. Title : Profits of Praise Theme Compared with_____71_____ , praise should be valued and appreciated more. We feel embarrassed and ignore the words pleasant to our Reasons for unwillingness to give praise ears____72___ than accept them gracefully. We have ____73____ giving direct praise because of our so-called defensive reaction. A housewife ___74____ to be praised for her sacrifices and devotion . Importance of praise in some cases A mother is supposed to be aware of their children?s small achievements and ___75___ the rule of giving praise. A student waits ____76____ for a good comment from his teacher when he hands in his homework above his usual standard. Everybody___77____ to repeat an act if praised more often. Findings of experiments on profits of praise Those who receive constant praise have made dramatic improvement. Unlike brilliant children, less able children ___78___ badly to criticism desperately need praise. ________79_______ It pays to make a moment?s ___80_____ to pass on praise, for it brings added joy and happiness to our lives as well as others?.
第五部分：单词拼写（共 10 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 10 分） 81. Blackwell is 59, strong looking, enormously e 82. He's in hospital, r from a heart attack. . 83. You must wear gloves when handling any of these c which is deeply e comfortable. 86. (大约) 60,000 people filled the stadium. (热情). 87. As the saying goes, “No pains, no __________.”(不劳无获) 88. Gillian and Darren greeted the speakers with great
84. An official in China?s Renmin University has recently been involved in an enrolment scandal, for the authority. to keep themselves 85. Travellers often stay in hotels with all the modern c
89. The officials were eager to 90. I decided to find out more about my 第六部分：写作（共 1 题；满分 15 分）
（使确信）us of the safety of the nuclear reactors. （神秘的）new neighbour.
阅读下面的短文，然后按照要求写一篇 150 词左右的英语短文。 The Use of Examinations A good education should make people think for themselves. But the exam can never do anything like that. First, examinations are second to none because it brings anxiety to students. As soon as a child begins school, he enters a world of terrible competition. Second, exams do not interest students to read or to learn widely. They do not help students to look for more and more knowledge, but try to put as much as possible into the students? head. Third, they lower the standards of teaching, for they do not give any freedom to teachers to decide what to teach. Teachers themselves have no choice but to train their students in exam techniques. The most successful students are not always the best educated but the best trained in the technique of exams. Fourth, they can tell you nothing about a person?s true ability. The exams are often nothing more than a subjective assessment by some examiners. However, if there are no exams, few students or even no one will do any revision or study! 【写作内容】 1. 概括短文的内容要点，该部分的词数大约 30； 2. 就“中学生学习成绩与能力的相互关系”为题发表你的看法，至少包括以下的内容要点， 该部分的词数大约 120。 (1) 你每次考试之前的心情如何？ (2) 你是如何备考的? (3) 你认为考试成绩能反映你的学习能力吗？ 【写作要求】 你可以使用实例或其他论述方法支持你的观点， 也可以参照阅读材料的内容， 但不得直 接引用原文中的句子。 【评分标准】 概括准确、语言规范、内容合适、篇章连贯。