氾水高级中学 2015-2016 学年第二学期第一次学分认定考试 高一 英 语试卷
本试卷分为第一卷（选择题）和第二卷（非选择题）两部分。共 120 分，时间 120 分钟。 第一卷（三部分，共 80 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 man want? A. a door 2. What is the woman doing? A. taking a picture B. enjoying a fountain (喷泉) C. climbing mountains B. milk C. a key
3. What advice does the woman give the man? A. run fast B. run slowly for long C. take mild exercise
4. What are the speakers mainly talking about? A. a ghost 5. What is the man most probably? A. a doctor B. a policeman C. a teacher B. a story C. a film
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 6~7 小题。 6. What are the speakers doing? A. talking about a recipe B. preparing for a meal C. doing some shopping
7. What do the speakers need to buy? A. mushrooms and butter B. cheese and potatoes 听下面一段对话，回答第 8 和第 9 题。 C. onions and pepper
8. What is the party for? A. Christmas B. John’s birthday C. John’s wedding
9. What do we know about the man? A. He’ll go to the party with the woman. B. He has told Anna to keep a secret C. He looks forward to visiting the woman. 听下面一段对话，回答第 10 至第 12 题。 10. Who is making the telephone call? A. Oliver Martin B. Lewis Brothers C. Mark Hanson
11. What has the man failed to receive? A. the pricelists B. the invitation cards C. the brochures (手册)
12. When did the man place the order? A. about 40 days ago B. about 15 days ago C. about 30 days ago
听下面一段对话，回答第 13 至第 16 题。 13. What is the relationship between the speakers? A. teacher and student B. grandpa and granddaughter C. boss and secretary
14. What does the man think of the typewriter? A. slow B. unreliable C. OK
15. What once caused the loss of papers? A. There was a power cut. B. The battery ran down. C. The computer was broken.
16. How did the man finish his paper? A. He used a typewriter. B. He used a computer. C. He used a word processor.
听下面一段独白，回答第 17 至第 20 题。 17. What is the talk about? A. practical English B. spoken English C. listening English
18. How many activities does the speaker mention? A. three B. two C. four
19. Why does the speaker recommend reading books? A. It is the most beneficial to English learning. B. It is interesting and books have different levels.
C. It is a popular way to improve one’s English. 20. What does the speaker think of watching the news in English? A. It is too boring to secondary school students. B. It is more useful to advanced English learners. C. It can help students learn how to use body language. 第二部分：英语知识运用（共两节，满分 30 分） 第一节：单项填空（共 15 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 15 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.__________of the students don’t like listening to pop music. ----Yes,some like classic music. A.All B.None C.Both D.Few
22. The hotel wasn’t particularly good, but I ______ in many worse hotels. A. had stayed B. stayed C. was staying D. would stay
23. Many factors_______ the serious accident, an expert said. Which of following can’t be the right answer? A. contributed to B. led to C. resulted in D. resulted from
24.There are lots of ways to _____ your message when you are putting together an ad campaign. A. get on B. get away C. get across D. get in
25.Every student as well as some teachers who _____ to visit the museum ______asked to be at school gate before :00 a.m. A.are; are B.is ;is C.is ; are D. are; is
26. The discovery of new evidence led to __________ . A. the thief having caught C. the thief being caught B. catch the thief D. the thief to be caught
27. The experiment shows that proper amounts of exercise, if__________ regularly, can improve our health. A. being carried out B. carrying out C. carried out D. to carry out
28. ________to get a ticket for the film,George has been standing in a queue for two days. A. Determined B.To be determined C.Determining D.To determine
29.Bill wasn’t happy about the delay of the report by Jason, and______________.
A. It’s the same with me.
B. So was I
C. Either was I
D.Neither was I
30. Look! A group of students are playing the violin there, _____ their teacher as a conductor. A. in front of them stand C. in front of whom stand B. in front of whom stands D. in front of them stands
31. They _______ him to prepare for the coming examination, but he spent all day playing computer games. A. persuaded B. made C. suggested D. urged
32.the new law, which makes no _______between adults and children, will come into effect nect month. A.contribution B.combination C.distinction D.tradition
33. _________difficulty we meet with, we must finish it on time, because the opportunity is ________valuable. A．Whatever;such B．However; such C．However; so D．Whatever ;that
34. --- Some Chinese students find it difficult to understand native speakers when in London. --- Exactly, _______they’ve learned a lot about grammar and known many words. A. if only B. now that C. as if D. even if
35. —Go for a picnic this weekend, OK? —__________. I love getting close to nature. A. I couldn’t agree more C. I believe not B. I’m afraid not D. I don’t think so
第二节 完形填空（共 15 小题；每小题 1 分, 满分 15 分） 请认真阅读下面短文, 从短文后各题所给的 A、B、C、D 四个选项中, 选出最佳选项。 完形填空(共 15 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 15 分) We had always been so close---why was she suddenly pushing me away? By Sandi Kahn Shelton Allie is leaving for college in a week. With her room filled with shopping bags, she won’t 36 37 about going and she is off with friends most of time. One night----after a long period of between us----I asked what I might have done or said to make her angry with me. She . When Allie was a baby, I would go to the day-care center 40 other mothers were already 41
sighed and said, “Mom, you haven’t done anything. It’s fine---just distant.” Somehow in the past we had always found some way to 38 after work. I’d 39 a quiet place and she would be nursed----our eyes locked together,
communicating with each other. In the middle school,
for the estrangement（疏远）they felt with their adolescent daughters, an idea 42 would show up regularly at school, sign her out of class and 43
to me: I
her somewhere----out to
lunch, to the movie, once for a long walk on the beach. It may sound irresponsible, but it kept us close when other mothers and daughters were confused. We talk everything on those outings----outings we 45 44 secret from family and friends. When she started high school, I’d up with her in the morning to make her a sandwich for lunch, and we’d silently drink a cup 46 we go
of tea together before the 6:40 bus came. But now we are having two kinds of partings（分离）. I want the romantic way to lunch and lean across the table and say how much we will feelings have gone underground. When I 49 47 through tears and the chance to offer some last bits of wisdom. But as she 48
each other. I want smiles to leave, Allie’s 50
to touch her arm, she pulls away. She
down every invitation I send. She lies on her bed, reading Emily Dickinson until I say I have always loved Emily Dickinson, and then she closes the book. Some say the tighter your tie with your child, the greater her need to break away, to have her own identity in the world. The more it will hurt, they say. 36. A. care 37. A. argument 38. A. share 39. A. live 40. A. if 41. A. sorry 42. A. supposed 43. A. show 44. A. discourage 45. A. get 46. A. that 47. A. meet 48. A. hurries 49. A. happen 50. A. puts B. think B. silence B. communicate B. search B. because B. regretful B. occurred B. carry B. keep B. put B. where B. owe B. prepares B. dream B. brings C. talk C. agreement C. see C. build C. once C. amazed C. deserved C. take C. have C. come C. which C. miss C. prefers C. struggle C. turns D. consider D. discussion D. understand D. find D. when D. doubtful D. puzzled D. send D. make D. break D. as D. thank D. determines D. reach D. pulls
第三部分 阅读理解（共 15 小题；每小题 2 分, 满分 30 分） 请认真阅读下列短文, 从短文后各题所给的 A、B、C、D 四个选项中, 选出最佳选项。 A There is a lot of talk these days about how kids should be interested in science. Here’s an area of science for everyone, and these cool new books might inspire you to discover your inner scientist.
Scaly Spotted Feathered Frilled by Catherine Thimmesh, 58 pages, ages 9-12 Seeing a picture or a model of a dinosaur, do you wonder how anybody knows what they look like? After all, nobody has seen a living dinosaur. This book explains how scientists and artists work together to re-create dinosaurs. As scientific discoveries have been made, the models have changed. Scientific tests may one day expose what a dinosaur’s coloring was, but now artists have to use their imagination to determine how these huge creatures looked. Beyond the Solar System by Mary Kay Carson, 128 pages, ages 10-13 This book takes readers back to the beginnings of space exploration—thousands of years ago, when people began star observation—and forward to today’s search for planets in distant parts of the Milky Way. Along with history lessons, readers get 21 activities, such as making a black hole and creating a model of Albert Einstein’s universe using a T-shirt. The activities are perfect for cold winter days. Ultimate Bugopedia by Darlyne Murawski and Nancy Honovich, 272 pages, ages 7 and older If you’re always on the lookout for butterflies, this book is for you. Hundreds of color photos of common and unusual insects fill this hardcover. There are fascinating stories related to the photos. For example, do you know an insect feeds on the tears of Asian cattle? There’s a question-and-answer section with an insect scientist and advice on how to help preserve endangered insects. Journey Into the Invisible by Christine Schlitt, 80 pages, ages 9-12 If you use a magnifying（放大的）glass, you know a leaf looks quite different. This book explains what microscopes do and then shows what happens to things around the house when watched with this amazing scientific tool. The bacteria in your mouth, when magnified 20,000 times, look a bit like swimming pool noodles. Fascinating photos are paired with suggestions about how to learn about the world around you, just by looking a little closer. 51. Kids interested in pre-historical animals might read ______. A. Beyond the Solar System C. Journey Into the Invisible B. Scaly Spotted Feathered Frilled D. Ultimate Bugopedia
52. Beyond the Solar System is mainly about ______. A. the Milky Way C. space exploration B. history lessons D. Albert Einstein’s universe
53. From the passage, we can learn that ______. A. scientists have discovered the dinosaur’s coloring B. butterflies are fond of the tears of Asian cattle C. man has explored the black hole for thousands of years D. microscopes can present you with an amazing world 54. The main purpose of the passage is to ______. A. compare features of different books B. inspire people to become scientists C. recommend new science books to children D. teach children some knowledge of science B Although I love my life, it hasn’t been a lot of fun as I’ve been ill for 28 years. Music has always been a great love of mine and, in my 20s, when my sickness was more manageable, I enjoyed ten years as a professional (专业的) singer in restaurants, playing and singing folk songs. Unfortunately that was years ago and times have changed. Now I live with my mother on a country farm. Two years ago, I decided that I would need to have some kind of extra work to make up for my disability pension (残疾抚恤金). As I needed to sleep in the afternoons, I was limited in my choices. I decided that I would consider going back to singing in restaurants. My family are all musicians, so I was recognized when I went into our local music store. I explained that I wanted to sing again but using recorded karaoke music. I knew that discs were very expensive and I really didn’t have a lot of money to get started. And often you find only three to four songs out of ten on a disc that you can actually use. When I told the owner of the shop about my idea, he gave me a long, thoughtful look. “This means a lot to you, doesn’t it?” he said. “Come with me.” He led me through the crowded shop and to a bench with a large professional karaoke box on it. He placed his large hand lovingly on his treasure and said, “I have 800 karaoke songs in here. You can take your pick and I’ll record them for you. That should get you started.” I could have cried. Thanking him, I made a time with him to listen to all the songs and choose the ones that I could sing. I have come full circle with his help.
His kindness still warms my heart and makes me do just that bit extra, when I have the chance. 55. Which of the following is TRUE according to the passage? A. The author sang in restaurants to earn his disability pension. B. The author worked as a professional singer when he wasn’t seriously ill. C. The author has been loving music since he was in his 20s. D. The author had all the songs on the discs recorded for karaoke music. 56.From the passage, we can learn that ______. A. the author went back to sing in restaurants for fun B. the author is not only touched by the kindness but also passes it on C. the author ’s family were famous for their country farm D. the author ’s job choices were limited because of his lack of money 57.Which of the following words can best describe the owner of the shop? A. Thoughtful and kind-hearted. C. Successful and patient. C Skipping classes violates school rules and a poor attendance record will damage your final mark. But some college students still try every means to escape classes. The number of these B. Lovely and friendly. D. Grateful and professional.
rebels may be much bigger than you think. Three students from Anhui Normal University established Itaoke. Com in June. The website quickly attracted 2 000 registered members in tlree months. On the website, students share their experiences of skipping classes and even post ads to look for someone to stand in for them to attend courses. Its embarrassing for universities to see this shameful behavior discussed: However， it's good for schools and teachers to know via the website the reasons why students skip classes，according to Professor Xiao Haitao from Shenzhen University: Xao pointed out that some students skip classes because of laziness .Others play truant because the teaching is truly dissatisfactory, “ Universities can seek improvements to give a cure to the class-skipping problem， ”said Xiao. Chen Yang，21，thinks that he is “forced" to skip some courses because of the poor teaching. the senior，majoring in English at Yangtze University, thinks that he's wasting time in the
classroom when the teacher reads the textbook word for word or hands him outdated reading materials. He would rather skip classes to study in the library, watch online videos of Harvard or Yale lectures，or sit in on(旁听）other courses he is interested in. Chen draws a clear line between himself and those who skip classes in order to get more sleep or fool around on campus. He emphasized： “I skip classes with a clear goal，which is to probe into areas I'm interested in and broaden my horizons.” Li Sicen，President of the National Taiwan University，seems to be on Chen's side. Li claimed that he supported those students who skip classes for good reasons. However，Professor Xiao warns students that Li is not giving permission for students to skip classes. Xiao suggests that Li was just showing his understanding of truancy in a limited number of cases. In Professor Pan Cuiqiong's opinion，students tend to jump to the conclusion that a certain course is boring and useless. "To clear students' misunderstanding，teachers should use materials closely related to students’lives and adapt interactive teaching methods， ”said Pan. Besides offering teachers more training，schools also need to give students different optional courses and ensure that they can attend the courses they are interested in，according to Professor Xiao. Many Chinese students have the experience of being kicked out of an optional course because its size is limited. They are then forced to choose courses they dislike and are likely to skip them. We may learn from Sydney University in Australia. There aren't any problems with numbers---if a course is popular then there will be more than one class per week.
58: The underlined word “rebels" in Paragraph 1 refers to“__________? A students who embarrass their universities C.students who establish websites B. students who skip classes D. students who quarrel with their parents
59. Chen Yang Skips some courses because____________________． A, his school is more student-centered C. the teaching style needs much improvement B. he wants to get more sleep D. he wants to fool around on campus
60. According to the passage，we learn that Professor Xiao_____________． A. is giving permission for students to skip classes B, thinks it's embarrassing for the three students to establish ltaoke. com
C. thinks the website will help to know why students skip classes D. claimed that he supported those students who skip classes for good reasons 61. Which of the following measures is NOT mentioned to stop students skipping classes? A. Teachers should adopt practical materials and flexible teaching methods. B. Schools should offer teachers more training: C. Schools need to ensure that students can attend various courses they are interested in. D. Students should be punished if they skip classes. D Many of us have heard stories about teachers who can “see” into a student’s future. Even if a student is not performing well, they can predict success. We are convinced that this ability, this gift, is evidence that they were “called to teach.” If the gift of sight is evidence, how greater must be the gift of touch. I have a story. I grew up in the fifties in a poor African American neighborhood in Stockton, California, that had neither sidewalks nor an elementary school. Each day, always in groups at our parents’ insistence, my friends and I would leave home early enough to walk eight blocks to school and be in our seats when the bell rang. For four blocks, we walked on dusty roads. By the fifth block, we walked on sidewalks that led to lovely homes and to Fair Oaks Elementary School. It was at Fair Oaks, in a sixth grade English class, that I met Ms. Victoria Hunter, a teacher who had a huge influence on my life. During reading periods, she would walk around the room, stop at our desks, stand over us for a second or two, and then touch us. Without saying anything to us (nothing could break the silence of reading periods), she would place two fingers lightly on our throats and hold them there for seconds. I learned many years later when I was a student at Stanford University that teachers touch the throat of students to check for sub-vocalization (默读), which slows down the reading speed. I did not know at the time why Ms. Hunter was touching our throats, but I was a serious and respectful student and so, during silent reading period, I did what Ms. Hunter told us to do. I kept my eyes on the material I was reading and waited for her to place her fingers lightly on my throat. One day, out of curiosity, I raised my head from my book — though not high — so that I could see Ms. Hunter, a white woman from Canada, moving up and down the rows, stopping at the desks of my classmates. I wanted to see how they reacted when she touched their throats. She
walked past them. I was confused. Did she pass them by because they were model students? What did we, the students who were touched, not do right? I sat up straighter in my chair, thinking that my way of sitting might be the problem. I was confused. Several days later, I watched again, this time raising my head a little higher. Nothing changed. Ms. Hunter touched the same students. Always, she touched me. She touched me with her hands. She also touched me with her belief in my ability to achieve. She motivated me by demanding the best from me and by letting teachers I would meet in junior high school know that I should be challenged, that I would be serious about my work. I am convinced that she touched me because she could “see” me in the future. That was true of all of us at Fair Oaks who sat still and silent as Ms. Hunter placed her fingers lightly on our throats. We left Fair Oaks as “best students,” entered John Marshall Junior High School, finished at the top of our high school class, and went on to earn graduate degrees in various subjects. Ms. Hunter saw us achieving and she touched us to make certain that we would. I was not surprised that she came to my graduation ceremony at Edison High School in Stockton or that she talked to me about finishing college and earning a Ph. D. She expected that of me. She gave me a beautifully wrapped box. Inside was a gift, the beauty of which multiplies even as it touches me: a necklace to which I can add charms for each stage of my life. 62. According to the writer, what is a special ability many good teachers have? A. The ability to make all students behave well. B. The ability to discover a student’s potential to succeed. C. The ability to treat different students in the same way. D. The ability to predict the near future of a poor student. 63. When she saw Ms. Hunter walk past some students without touching their throats, the writer felt ______. A. puzzled B. disturbed C. ashamed D. annoyed
64. What does the writer mean by “a necklace to which I can add charms for each stage of my life” (paragraph 6)? A. A necklace which I wear on all important occasions in my life. B. A gift which becomes more and more valuable as time goes by. C. A gift which encourages me to do well on the journey of my life.
D. A necklace which suits me and adds to my charm. 65. The writer’s attitude towards Ms. Hunter might be described as _____. A. disappointed B. uninterested C. doubtful D. grateful
第Ⅱ卷（两部分，共 40 分） 第四部分 任务型阅读（共 10 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 10 分） 请认真阅读下面短文， 并根据所读内容在文章后表格中第 71 至第 80 小题的空格里填入 最恰当的单词。注意：每个空格填 1 个单词。 One of the hottest buzzwords in China right now is no doubt tuhao, a sarcastic(讽刺的), light-hearted term referring to rich people of little education, bad taste or lacking self-awareness. This is yet another example of smart Chinese Internet users applying their creativity to an aged phrase and giving it new life and meaning. The term, which literally means "country bully", has been around since ancient times, when it was used to refer to rich and powerful rural landlords. However, the meaning of the word changed significantly when it was used a few years ago by Chinese players of the wildly popular computer game "World of Warcraft" to refer to rich players who spend big money buying powerful virtual weapons. Because they don't improve their skills by playing, these players are considered silly, uncultured, and unprofessional. But that is not the end of tuhao's new life story. The renewed popularity of the term also coincides with （同时发生） the emergence （出现） of the Chinese "nouveaux riches"一 a generation of businessmen and women, property owners and entrepreneurs who have rapidly accumulated large amounts of wealth in recent years. Similar to the many rags-to-riches stories in human history, many Chinese billionaires who are on the global rich list do not come from well-educated or prestigious （声望很高的） backgrounds. Rather, they achieved financial success through powerful connections, smart investments, and by benefiting from China's economic boom. Many of them don't shy away from throwing their money around, yet we are often reminded of their lack of manners, taste and cultural sensitivity. As a result, a term that was popularized in the gaming world has now also been introduced
into daily conversation. Trendy, young Internet users, who see themselves as the opposite of tuhao 一 not wealthy, but well-educated and cultured 一 have further popularized the term by using it in various comic situations. For example, the phrase "let's be friends, tuhao," became hot after it appeared in an online joke about a conversation between a rich young man and a wise monk． When Apple released its much anticipated iPhone 5S in September, Chinese Internet users accurately predicted the great popularity of the new golden-colored models among the Chinese consumers , and named it “ tuhao gold” , to make fun of the taste of rich Chinese people.
In 67. 66. ▲ meaning in
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“Country bully”68. who oppressed others
to rich and powerful landlords
In the 69. world
Rich but unprofessional players, meaning players who would rather buy powerful 70. ▲ weapons than improve skills by playing Tasteless “nouveaux riches”, indicating those rich people who have 72. 73. ▲ sensitivity ▲ from the bombing economy of China but are for their lack of manners, taste and cultural
In recent daily 71. ▲
“Let’s be friends, tuhao.” “Tuhao gold”
An online joke about a conversation between a rich young man and a wise monk A term 75. ▲ to tease the taste of rich Chinese people
单词拼写(共 5 题；每小题 1 分，满分 5 分) 根据所给首字母或中文提示,用适当形式填空。
76.O_________with all kinds of housework, the middle-aged woman could hardly spare any time to get relaxed. 77.No one was injured in the explosion, but the building was completely d____________. 78. It was so _________ (尴尬) when the children started laughing in the middle of the service. 79. I think it would be ___________(有好处) for each member to have a copy of the report. 80. After several years hard work, I was ___________(升职) to editor and then editorial director.
第六部分 完成句子（共 5 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 5 分,每空不少于 2 个词 ） 81. 退休后他发现每天仍然有很多事要做。 He found many things__________________________ every day after retirement. 82.我想知道昨天晚上你到底在做什么？ I wonder__________________________ you were doing last night? (强调句型) 83.如果你方便的话，我想邀请你在本周五参加我的生日派对。 If __________________for you , I would like to invite you to my birthday party this Friday. 84.每当谈起锻炼身体，每个人似乎都有很多话要说。 When it ___________________out, everyone seems to have much to say. 85.人们认为楼兰是在公元200年到公元400年之间被沙尘暴覆盖了。 Loulan is believed ____________________by sandstorm from AD 200 to AD 400. 第七部分：书面表达（满分 20 分） 毕福剑在酒桌上唱评《智取威虎山》 ，唱词中出现对毛主席的不当言论。视频一经流出，引 发央视不满，致使《星光大道》暂时停播。央视做法引发了网友们的激烈讨论，产生了不同 的认识与思考。请你结合以下提示写一篇英语短文。
支持停播 1、公众人物，一言一行影响深远； 2、玷污伟人，伤害民众情感。??
反对停播 1.只是玩笑，不能当真； 2.酒后失言，无意冒犯领袖。??
参考词汇：身份 identity 玷污 stain 形象 image 冒犯 offend 注意： 1.对所给要点逐一陈述，适当发挥，不要简单翻译。 2.词数 150 左右。开头已经写好，不计入总词数。 3.书写工整，卷面整洁，卷面分 2 分。 4.作文中不得提及考生所在学校和本人姓名。 The TV program Avenue of Stars was banned on CCTV temporarily because of the famous TV host Bi Fujian，s improper remarks on Chairman Mao, which has caused a hot discussion among netizens.
2015-2016 学年度第二学期第一次学分认定考试 答案
第一部分 听力（满分 20 分，每题 1 分） 1—5CABCA 第一节、 6—10 BACAA 11—15 BBACA 16—20 CABBC
单选（每题 1 分，满分 15 分） 26-30CCADB 31-35 DCDDA
第二节、完形填空（每题 1 分，满分 15 分） 36~40 CBBDD 41~45 ABCBA 46~50 ACBDC
第三部分、阅读理解（每题 2 分，满分 30 分） 51-54 BCDC 55-57 BBA 58-61 BCCD 62-65 BACD
任务型阅读 (共 10 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 10 分) 66. Changes 67. ancient/old 68.referring 73. known 69. gaming 74. Examples 70. virtual 75. intended/meant 71. conversation/life 72. benefited
第五部分、单词拼写（每题 0.5 分，满分 5 分） 76. Occupied 77.destroyed 78. embarrassing 79.beneficial 80. promoted
第六部分、完成句子（每句 1 分， 满分 5 分） 81.remaining/remained to be done 82 what it was that 83.it is convenient 84.comes to working 85. to have been covered 第七部分、书面表达（满分 20 分） The TV program Avenue of Stars was banned on CCTV temporarily because of the famous TV host Bi Fujian’s improper remarks on Chairman Mao, which has caused a hot discussion among netizens. Opinions are divided among netizens. Those in favor of it think it is necessary to ban the program. First of all, Bi’s identity as a host is special, whose words and deeds have a great effect on the image of CCTV. What’s more, His remarks stained our great leader’s image, having a bad effect in the society. However, those against it hold different opinions as follows. Bi’s words were
just jokes after drinking in a private occasion, which were not meant to offend Chairman Mao, so nobody should take it seriously. In my opinion, though Bi Fujian made some improper remarks influencing the images of Chairman Mao and CCTV and should answer for it, it had nothing to do with the program. It is not Bi Fujian’s own program, but a team’s collective wisdom. In a word, the program is still a good program and shouldn’t be off the air.