安徽省皖南八校 2014 届高三第一次联考 英 语 试 题
本卷分第Ⅰ卷(选择题)和第Ⅱ卷(非选择题)两部分，满分 150 分，考试时间 120 分钟。
第一部分：听力理解 (共两节。满分 30 分) 回答听力部分时，请先将答案标在试卷上。听力部分结束前，你将有两分钟的时间 将你的答案转涂到客观题答题卡上。 第一节(共 5 小题：
每小题 1.5 分，满分 7.5 分) 听下面 5 段对话。每段对话后有一个小题，从题中所给的 A、B、C 三个选项中选出 最佳选项，并标在试卷的相应位置。听完每段对话后，你都有 10 秒钟的时间来回答有关 小题和阅读下一小题。每段对话仅读一遍。 例：How much is the shirt? A. ￡19.15 B. ￡9.15 C. ￡9.18 答案是 B。 1. What does the woman like collecting best? A. Stamps. B. Coins. 2. Where does this conversation most probably take place? A. In a hospital B. In a shop. 3. How did the woman know about the fire? A. She read about it. B. She witnessed it 4. What most probably is the man? A. An employer. B. An interviewer. 5. How did the woman come to the city? A. On foot. B. By bus.
C. Train tickets. C. At school. C. She saw it on TV. C. An employment office clerk. C. By driving.
第二节 （共 15 小题；每题 1.5 分，满分 22.5 分） 听下面 5 段对话或独白。每段对话或独白后有几个小题，从题中所给的 A，B，C 三 个选项中选出最佳选项，并标在试卷的相应位置。听每段对话或独白前，你将有时间阅 读各个小题，每小题 5 秒钟；听完后，每小题将给出 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 题。 6. What season is it most likely now? A. Spring. B. Summer. C. Winter. 7. Where does the woman work now? A. At a radio station. B. In a bank of America. C. In a wedding company. 听第 7 段材料, 回答第 8、9 题。
8. Why did the woman give up her dream to be a gym teacher? A. She didn’t have the equipment. B. She couldn’t afford the expense. C. She found the training too hard. 9. How does the woman feel about her present job? A. Disappointed. B. Regretful. C. Satisfied. 听第 8 段材料, 回答第 10、12 题。 10. Why was the man angry? A. The driver was impolite to him. B. The driver asked him to speak aloud. C. The driver refused to take him to the destination. 11. What is the driver’s taxi number? A. JF486375. B. JF436875. C. JF438675. 12. What can we learn from the conversation? A. The driver will be fired. B. The taxi company will look into the matter. C. The man lives in North Point 听第 9 段材料, 回答第 13 至 16 题。 13. Why was the boy a bit nervous? A. He was afraid of getting up early. B. He was a newcomer to the school. C. He didn’t prepare for the exam, 14. What time does the first class begin? A. At 8:00. B. At 7:40. C. At 7:30. 15. What must the students do before morning reading? A. Do morning exercises. B. Turn in homework. C. Copy words and expressions. 16. What can the students do if they feel hungry? A. Buy something to eat during the break. B. Eat something brought from home. C. Ask for permission to eat out. 听第 10 段材料, 回答第 17 至 20 题。 17. Who is the speaker now? A. A hostess on the bus. B. An air hostess. C. A passenger on a bus. 18. Why is the speaker surprised at the services? A. The services include restrooms as well as food. B. The services include some sandwiches. C. The services include some music. 19. What did the speaker once do? A. She worked on a bus. B. She worked as a cook. C. She worked on a plane.
20. What can we learn from the speech? A. Ground travel can offer as many services as air travel B. Ground travel can sometimes offer more services than air travel, C Air travel offers more and better services than ground travel. 第二部分 英语知识运用（共两节, 满分 45 分) 第一节 单项填空 (共 15 小题;每小题 1 分, 满分 15 分) 从 A、 C、 四个选项中, 选出可以填人空白处的最佳选项, 并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 B、 D 21. The price of gold has jumped to______ new all-time high as debt worries in the US and ______ Europe continue to trouble the world. A. the; / B. the; the C. a; / D. a; the 22. Neighbors said they heard the man tell the woman that she couldn’t leave______ she gave back the money borrowed from him. A. unless B. since C. if D. though 23. The Chinese mainlanders from selected cities are allowed to visit Taiwan______ individual tourists. A. within B. as C. for D. like 24. You should be more confident in______ situation is challenging you. A. wherever B. whenever C. however D. whatever 25. The Korean government plans to import Chinese cabbage from China, as the recent rainstorm has______ the price. A. driven up B. taken up C. set up D. looked up 26. It’s hard to tell real Jingdezhen vases, and it’s a little more difficult for the untrained shopper to______. A. dismiss B. distinguish C. seek D. shelter 27. If you have health examinations______, any disease you may have can be discovered early and successful treatment is more likely, A. approximately B. regularly C. gradually D. roughly 28. “Run away from Beijing, Shanghai, and Guangzhou” has been a slogan for some of China’s younger generation______ are under unbearable economic pressure to survive in cities. A. who B. which C. whose D. for whom 29. As a well-known Chinese saying goes, “If you want to be rich, you______ first build roads.” A. may B. must C. can D. will 30. China is embarrassed by such a fact: Chinese visitors______ rubbish on the Great Wall, followed by a foreigner picking up the litter. A. will drop B. would drop C. are dropping D. had dropped 31. —What are you busy with? —The sports meeting ______ in our school next week. A. held B. to be held C. is holding D. will be held
32. It was______ she went back home______ Kate realised she had left her schoolbag at school. A. when; then B. not; until C. only; when D. not until; that 33. Air quality in Beijing was rated as poor______ more than 5 million cars in the capital. A. except for B. regardless of C. due to D. in spite of 34. The price of peanuts in Hangzhou has______ since late May, the Qianjiang Evening News reported. A. more doubled than B. more than doubled C. doubled more than D. doubled than more 35. — Would you like to come to the party? — ______. A. That’s quite all right B. Yes, why? C. Oh yes, thank you. D. I really can’t agree with you. 第二节 完形填空 (共 20 小题;每小题 1.5 分, 满分 30 分) 阅读下面短文, 从短文后各题所给的四个选项中, 选出可以填人空白处的最佳选项, 并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 The other day I decided to come home early because it was such a beautiful day. The 36 were outside playing in my apartment complex (公寓大楼) and the ice cream truck was whistling its tune. As I 37 slowly to avoid an accident, I noticed a little boy 38 at the ice cream truck. He didn’t get anything and he walked away with a 39 look on his face. I asked the ice cream seller what happened and he said the little boy had no 40 . I had no cash on me so I drove to my building and went upstairs to 41 some cash. When I found it, the ice cream seller was 42 waiting but the little boy had 43 . I went in the 44 I thought he might have gone and I saw a 45 getting out of her vehicle. I asked her if she had a little boy and she said yes. She then told me that she and her son had gone to the grocery store the day before and had 46 ice cream but she did not have enough money to buy 47 . She quickly went into the 48 to get her son, and when she 49 several minutes later, I realized that he was not the 50 little boy I had seen. This boy was a bit older and his sister came out with him. I took them both to the truck and let them 51 out what they wanted. I 52 told the mom it was not the same boy I was talking about. I 53 myself to the mother properly and 54 my baby-sitting services free of charge if she ever needed them. 1 couldn't find the original boy 55 but 1 hope he gets some ice cream soon. 36. A. cats B. kids C. dogs D. students 37. A. walked B. ran C. climbed D. drove 38. A knocking B. shooting C. lying D. looking 39. A. puzzled B. curious C. disappointed D. delighted 40. A. excuse B. money C. parents D. friends 41. A put away B. look for C. borrow D. lend
42. A. still B. anxiously C. doubtfully D. nervously 43. A. left B. appeared C. cried D. escaped 44. A. station B. line C. sight D. direction 45. A. woman B. girl C. granny D. conductor 46. A. chosen B. ordered C. wanted D. eaten 47. A. it B. ones C. them D. those 48. A. house B. shop C. truck D. market 49. A. disappeared B. returned C. waited D. stayed 50. A. lost B. strange C. short D. same 51. A. look B. pick C. speak D. make 52. A. never B. seldom C. often D. ever 53. A. explained B. admitted C. devoted D. introduced 54. A. denied B. resigned C. offered D. operated 55. A somewhere B. everywhere C. anywhere D. nowhere 第三部分 阅读理解（共 20 小题；每小题 2 分, 满分 40 分) 阅读下列短文, 从每题所给的四个选项（A、B、C 和 D)中, 选出最佳选项, 并在答 题卡上将该项涂黑。 A The Future Stars General introduction The Future Stars was set up in 1988 as a non-profit service center for child development devoted to providing quality childcare in a loving and educational environment for children 6 weeks to 6 years of age. Our funds mainly come from public donations. A healthy curiosity about learning is the most important quality for early childhood development. We aim at offering high quality developmentally age-appropriate activities for early childhood, the most Important time of child development, so that they can do better after they start formal schooling. Hours of operation Childcare will be provided for the child from 7:00 am to 6:00 pm Monday through Friday except for holidays. Children may not arrive before 7:00 am or remain after 6:00 pm. Should an emergency arise, the parent should immediately make us know in consideration of our work arrangements. A late charge of $ 1.00 per minute will be assessed if the child is not picked up by 6:05 pm. Charges for these services are to be paid directly to the staff person that has been looking after your child until your arrival, not to the center. Failure to pay late charges may affect continued services with the center. Tuition (学费) When it has been confirmed that a position is available for your child, you must pay a registration (注册) fee of $200 per child. The weekly tuition fee is $ 98.00. You can make payments either by credit card or in cash
on Monday every week. If your payment is not made by Tuesday at 9:00 am, you will be charged a $ 25.00 late fee. For more information, please call 434-293-6110 or visit www.childdevelopmentcenter.com. 56. The Future Stars is intended for______. A. would-be parents B. teenagers C. child experts D. pre-school children 57. What can we know about late pickups from the passage? A. They may affect continued services with the center. B. Parents have to pay late charges for them to the center. C. Parents have to inform the center of them right away. D. They greatly disturb the work arrangements of the center. 58. If you want your child to receive childcare services from the Future Stars?you must ___. A. pay extra for delayed payment B. pay every Tuesday C pay $ 98 for registration D. pay in cash 59. What is the purpose of the passage? A. To attract public donations. B. To promote early education. C. To tell the benefits of childcare. D. To introduce a child development center. B It’s hard not to feel cheated and over-charged when you receive unexpected roaming (漫 游) charges while traveling abroad—whether they come from making phone calls or checking e-mails. Jeff Gardner received an $ 11,000 bill from Verizon after spending four days in Jamaica. Before the trip, Mr. Gardner, who runs a fly-fishing business in Grayling, Michigan, said he called Verizon to find out what it would cost to use his cellphone for calls and his wireless card to check e-mails while in Jamaica. He said he was told that calls would be about $ 2 a minute and that there would be no extra charges for data as he was on an unlimited plan. The latter part turned out to be wrong. “I don’t mind paying a fair amount for fair service, but $11,000 for four days is ridiculous,” said Mr. Gardner, who used his phone carefully and economically on the trip. He also tried to check and send e-mails using his wireless card, but quickly gave up after the e-mails didn’t go through. Still, his Verizon bill said more than 500,000 kilobytes (千字节) of data was delivered while he was in Jamaica, an amount Mr. Gardner said is 100 times what he normally uses in a month. As travelers increasingly use smart phones abroad in the same way they do at home—to check e-mails, update Facebook and Twitter and pull up online maps—many are facing costly roaming fees, which providers charge when customers use their phones outside their service area. In fact, roaming charges have gotten so out of hand that the Federal Communications Commission has proposed a plan that would require wireless companies to send their customers a voice or text message when they are approaching their plan’s limit, when they have reached that limit and when they are starting to result in roaming fees.
60. Why did Jeff Gardner call Verizon before his trip to Jamaica? A. To hand over his business. B. To check his cellphone bill C. To find out information about Jamaica. D. To find out information about roaming charges. 61. What does the underlined sentence in Paragraph 2 mean? A. Extra charges were made for Jeff Gardner’s data delivery. B. Jeff Gardner’s calls were charged over $2 per minute. C. Jeff Gardner’s plan turned out to be limited. D. Jeff Gardner had difficulty delivering data abroad. 62. During the trip, Jeff Gardner______. A. was careless with phone use B. delivered no more data than at home C. received quite poor e-mail services D. frequently used his wireless card to send e-mails 63. What should wireless companies do according to the Federal Communications Commission? A. Make customers know when they’re outside their service area. B. Get customers informed when they’re near the limit of their plan. C. Stop serving customers when they’ve reached their plan’s limit. D. Limit some services to reduce the amount of roaming charges abroad. C Anais Nin was a famous writer. Nin was born French-Cuban but lived in the United States in her later years of life till she died. Nin’s works had her relationships with authors, artists, and other figures as the main subject. Some of her writings were made into films. Nin was also a visiting lecturer in several colleges and promoted Women's Movement with her strong writings. Anais Nin was born in France in 1903. Her father was a Spanish artist and a composer living in Cuba (古巴) where he met her mother, a French singer working in Cuba. As a child Nin was brought up in Spain. When her parents separated, Nin and her two brothers moved to New York with their mother. At the age of 16, Nin decided to give up studying and started to work as a dancer and model to reduce the financial burden on her mother so that her brothers could go on with their studies. In 1923, Nin got married to her husband, Hugh Parker Guiler in Cuba. In 1924, Nin and Hugh moved to Paris where Hugh continued with his banking career and Nin started writing. Nin wrote her first book in print, D. H. Lawrence: An Unprofessional Study in 16 days. In 1939, Nin left Paris as it was a French government’s request to its residents to leave Paris because of the coming war. Nin returned to New York with Hugh and sent her written books to Frances Steioff of the Gotham Book Mart in New York for safekeeping.
In 1931, Nin wrote her book Henry and Jun: From the Unexpurgated Diary of Anais Nin. In 1936, Nin published House of Incest which was a 72-page fiction novel Nin also appeared and was a part of various films. In 1973, Anais Nin was awarded an honorary doctorate (荣誉博士学位) by the Philadelphia College of Art. In 1974, Nin was elected to the United States National Institute of Arts and Letters. In 1977, Nin died in her Los Angeles home after battling with cancer for three years. 64. What can we know about Anais Nin from the first paragraph? A. She was a native American. B. She started Women’s Movement C. She gave lectures in several colleges. D. She wrote mainly about her family life. 65. Why did Anais Nin give up studying at the age of 16? A. Because she wanted to help support her family. B. Because her parents divorced. C. Because she wanted to realize her dream of becoming an artist D. Because she moved from country to country. 66. In 1939 Nin and her husband moved back to New York to______ . A. enter the film industry B. stay away from war C. have her books published D. promote her new books 67. What is the passage mainly about? A. The awards Anais Nin won. B. Anais Nin and her incomplete family. C. The hardship Anais Nin experienced. D. Anais Nin and her great achievements, D For thousands of years, mankind has produced plants and animals to create more desired and useful plants and animals. For example, modern com has been produced to such a large size that it is no longer able to reproduce without man’s assistance. Modern dairy cows produce too much milk and if they are not often emptied of milk, they could leak, burst, become infected, and possibly die. Besides, most dogs raised by people can not survive in the wild even with special training. Since natural evolution is extremely slow and mankind’s selective production programs only take a few generations to produce a completely new species, natural evolution has already taken a back seat to mankind’s production programs. In addition, mankind has successfully killed off several species all together. For example, there are no more European wolves in existence and mammoths (猛犸象) probably died out because of mankind. Even certain diseases have been permanently got rid of from the planet, and dozens of other diseases will soon be too. Again, natural evolution did i?t cause most of the destruction during man’s rule of the world. Currently, scientists are creating new species with desired characteristics in the lab significantly faster than natural evolution creates new species. In a single generation, new species can be created and destroyed by mankind, while natural evolution could take thousands
of years to do the same but only accidentally. Scientists are even able to replace defective (有缺 陷的) or damaged genes with different genes to attempt to cure genetic defects. This is something that natural evolution could possibly never correct. Eventually scientists will even be able to improve the quality of people. For example, imagine not only correcting your eyesight with gene treatment, but also ensuring that all of your children do not receive your old genes of poor eyesight too. Scientists will one day be able to improve the memory and intelligence of your children, so that they will do better in school and achieve more in life. Doctors and scientists will be able to customize (订制) babies before they are born just like picking options at a car store. 68. According to the first paragraph,______ . A. man-made evolution has improved all species B. man-made evolution has weakened some species C man-made evolution can make up for all natural losses D. natural evolution won’t happen without man’s assistance 69. What does the underlined part “taken a back seat to” in Paragraph 2 mean? A. Become powerful assistance to. B. Become a huge barrier to. C Speeded up the process of. D. Played a less important role than. 70. What does the third paragraph mainly talk about? A. Why natural evolution happens so slowly. B. The way scientists adopt to have genetic defects repaired. C. The advantages of man-made evolution over natural evolution. D. How scientists make use of man-made evolution to create new species. 71. What can we infer from the passage? A. Near-sighted parents will be able to produce babies with good eyesight in the future. B. Doctors and scientists will be responsible for mass production of babies in the future. C. It is natural evolution that is to blame for the destruction of European wolves and mammoths. D. Children can now have their memory and intelligence improved with the help of gene treatment E Nobody likes home economics (家政学). But restoring the program could help us in the fight against obesity and chronic (慢性的) diseases today. The home economics movement was founded on the belief that housework and food preparation were important subjects that should be studied scientifically. The first classes occurred in the agricultural and technical colleges that were built in the 1860s. When most departments of universities rejected women, home economics was a back door into higher education. Indeed, in the early 20th century, home economics was a serious subject When few people understood germ (微生物) theory and almost no one had heard of vitamins, home economics
classes offered vital information about washing hands regularly, eating fruits and vegetables and not feeding coffee to babies. However, today we remember only the fixed ideas about home economics, forgetting the movement’s most important lessons on healthy eating and cooking. Too many Americans simply don’t know how to cook. Our diets, consisting of highly processed foods made cheaply outside the home, have contributed to many serious health problems. In the last decade, many cities and states have tried to tax junk food heavily or to ban the use of food stamps (食品券) to buy soda. Clearly, many people are doubtful about any governmental steps to promote healthy eating. But what if the government put the tools of obesity prevention in the hands of children themselves by teaching them how to cook? My first experience with home economics happened two decades ago when I was a seventh grader in a North Carolina public school. A year later, my father’s job took our family to Wales, where I attended a large school for a few months. It was the first time I had ever really cooked anything. I remember that it was fun, and with an instructor standing by, it wasn’t hard. Those lessons stuck with me when I first started cooking for my husband and myself after college and they still do. Teaching cooking in public schools can help solve some problems facing Americans t day. The history of home economics shows it’s possible. 72. Home economics______. A. is a subject becoming more and more popular with Americans B. is often used to help fight against obesity and chronic diseases C. once offered women a. special approach to university education D. was first taught in the agricultural and technical colleges in the early 1900s 73. The third paragraph mainly tells us______ . A. the importance of regular hand washing B. the health benefits of fruits and vegetables C. the contents of home economics classes in the early 20th century D. the significance of teaching home economics in the early 20th century 74. In the opinion of the author, how should we fight against childhood obesity? A. Children should be taught how to cook. B. A heavy tax should be put on junk food C. Healthy eating should be promoted at school D. Using food stamps to buy soda should be banned 75. What does the author imply in the last paragraph? A. Her family moved frequently in her childhood. R Cooking classes have a far-reaching influence on her later life. C. To receive a better education, she went to a large school in Wales. D. Teaching cooking is the key to solving Americans’ health problems.
第Ⅱ卷 (非选择题共 35 分)
第四部分 写作 (共两节，满分 35 分) 第一节 任务型阅读 (共 10 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 10 分) 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。 注意：每个空格只填 1 个单词。请将答案写在答题卡相应题号的横线上。 It is very important to make a student feel safe in the classroom, because students study well in the environment where they feel safe and respected. All students including those with learning difficulties can study well if they feel mentally and emotionally comfortable in the classroom. In addition, when feeling safe in an atmosphere, they can openly express their concerns. Therefore, teachers are required to devote time to making students feel comfortable in class and must view it as an investment in strengthening the teacher-student relationship. What makes a student feel safe in the classroom depends upon the quality of the relationship he shares with his teachers. With this aim, it’s quite necessary to build trust in the classroom. Trust building is a slow process which can be achieved through healthy interaction (互动) between students and teachers. Also developing respect for each other is necessary. When teachers truly listen to students and respect in the classroom is mutual between teacher and student, a productive classroom can be formed. Teachers feel good about the lessons they teach and students are engaged in learning. Teachers must try to build small but real life connections with the students and when one is able to do that, it creates a more relaxed atmosphere that supports studies. Gradually, students will feel a greater level of trust in teachers. A positive environment is also very important for students to feel safe in the classroom. To create such an environment, teachers must display positive messages and quotes in the classroom and even ask students to contribute them. Make it a rule that only positive things will be talked about in the classroom. Prevent students from talking about other students’ private lives in an unkind way and stop them from bullying (欺凌) each other. Also, the most important is that teachers must try to make all students feel like they are an important part of the class. Topic (76)___ Determining factors Making students feel safe in the classroom ●(77)___ students’ studies ●Encouraging students to (78)___ themselves openly ●Making teachers and students (79)___ alone better with one another ●The (80)___ of the teacher-student relationship ●A positive environment in the classroom Building trust in Interacting with students (82)___ the classroom (83)___ ●Truly listening to students each other ●Making sure of mutual respect
Creating a positive environment
●Only displaying positive messages and quotes ●(84)___ talking about negative thinks and bullying ●Giving students a (85)___ that everyone is an important part of the class
第二节 书面表达（满分 25 分) 据报道,我国学生近视率居世界第一。造成这一现象的原因是多方面的, 请你以 "Why are more and more children getting short-sighted?" 为题, 写一篇英语短文。 内容主要包括： 1. 造成学生近视的原因； 2. 如何保护视力？ 注意: 1.词数 120 左右； 2.可以适当增加细节, 以使行文连贯； 3.短文的开头已经写好, 不计入总词数。 参考词汇: 近视率 rate of myopia Why are more and more children getting short-sighted? It is reported that the rate of myopia of Chinese students is ranked as the highest in the world _______________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________
“皖南八校”2014 届高三第一次联考 ? 英语 参考答案、解析及评分细则
听力部分录音稿 (Text 1) M: I thought you only liked collecting stamps. W: I also like collecting coins. But collecting train tickets is my favorite activity, (Text 2) W: Is it serious, Mr. Smith? M: Not really. It's just the flu. Take this, drink plenty of water, and stay in bed for two days. (Text 3) W: Have you heard there’s been a big fire in the old paper factory? M: Are you sure? There is nothing in the newspaper about it W: I was there last night. Go and watch TV. There might be something about it
(Text 4) W: I'm looking for employment. M: What kind of work are you prepared to do? W: Any office job. I'd like to start working as soon as possible. M: I”m sorry, but we haven’t had any employers ring us for over a week. (Text 5) W: Excuse me, sir. Could you tell me how I can get to the city church? M: Are you driving or taking public transportation? W: I drove here yesterday and spent the day driving to all the sights, but today I have decided to go by bus. M: Walk with me. I'm heading in the direction where you’ll be catching the bus you want. The bus conductor will tell you how to change the next bus and where to get off. (Text 6) M: Lovely day, isn’t it? W: Mmm, yes, it’s really warm. And it's supposed to get warmer. M: Yes, that's true. You know, though. I’m always a little sorry to see winter go. W: Really? M: Well, I love skating. In fact, I used to teach skating for a living. W: Oh? That sounds interesting. But what do you do now? M: I work in a bank of America. How about you? W: I’m with the radio station. M: Here? W: No, I'm from Chicago. I'm just visiting here for the wedding. M: Oh, I see. (Text 7) M: Helen, I heard that you wanted to be a gym teacher, didn’t you? W: Yes, I did think about it. But it was going to be too expensive. M: You mean the training? W: Yes, you need to pay for the use of all the equipment. You know, my family is poor. M: So you went to a nursing college. W: I did. And I have no regrets. M: Really? You enjoyed it? W: Oh, very much. M: Didn’t you feel sad that you couldn’t become a teacher? W: Well, in a way. But as time went on, I really began to like my job. (Text 8) M: I'm afraid I have to say that one of your drivers was extremely rude. W: I'm terribly sorry, sir. Er, could you tell me when you took that particular taxi? M: It was last night around 8:30.
W: Last night. So the date was the tenth of May and the time was 8:30 pm. OK. Now, what was your destination? M: My destination? Er, I was going to North Point. W: North Point right. Well, did you notice the name of the driver, or his car number? M: I don’t remember his name, but the car number seems to be JF438675. W: JF438675, right. And you said he was rude? M: Indeed he was. He was driving too fast, and when I asked him to drive more slowly, he told me to be quiet. W: We’ll speak to the driver and try to sort this out M: Well, I certainly hope so. Goodbye. (Text 9) W: Hello, Ben. You are getting ready for tomorrow's lessons, aren’t you? M: Yes. I'm a bit nervous. I have no idea what’ll happen in class and how I’ll get along with ray classmates. W: I understand how you’re feeling. Just take it easy. You’ll make a lot of new friends very soon. M: Thank you. I’ll to' my best to get used to my new school life as soon as possible. By the way, what lime does the first class begin? W: At 8 o’clock. But before that we have 10 minutes to hand in homework and then 20 minutes for morning reading. M: So we must get to school before 7:30, right? W: Right M: How long does each class last? W: 45 minutes, I think, with a 10 or 15 minutes break. M: Well, I hear that lunchtime is nearly 12 o’clock and I’ll be starving by then. W: Don’t worry. During the break after the second class we can buy something to eat. M: That's good. (Text 10) W: Hello, I was once an air hostess. Now I am on my first bus trip and I’m quite surprised at the services offered during the trip, including our meals on the way, restrooms and public address announcements. Just now; I introduced myself to the hostess on the bus, and we told each other about experiences with air and ground travel. At lunchtime, she gave out menus offering a choice of sandwiches. As she began filling orders, she found that there weren’t enough egg salad sandwiches. She quickly went to whisper to the driver. The bus soon stopped. The hostess ran to another bus that had been following ours, and soon she returned with a box of egg salad sandwiches. As she passed my seal, she asked me. “Could you do that on a plane?” 试题答案 1-5 CABCC 6-10 AABCA 11-15 CBBAB 16-20 ACACB
21-25 CABDA 26-30 BBABC 31-35 BDCBC 36-40 BDDCB 41-45 BAADA 46-50 CAABD 51-55 BADCC 56-59 DCAD 60-63 DACB 64-67 CABD 68-71 BDCA 72-75 CDAB 76. Importance / Significance / Benefits / Advantages 77. Improving 78. express 79. get 50. quality 81.Ways / Tips / Advice / Suggestions / Methods / Means 82.healthily 83.Respecting 84.Forbidding 85.feeling One possible version: Why are more and more children getting short-sighted? It is reported that the rate of myopia of Chinese students is ranked as the highest in the world. The causes of myopia are complicated. Firstly, too much homework leads to the lack of time for exercise and a good sleep. Long time of studying makes it difficult to refresh eyesight. Secondly, medical research shows genetic factors also contribute to poor eyesight. In addition, many students don’t form good eye care habits. For example, when reading, some students hold books too close to their eyes. Realizing the reasons of this result, it’s time for us to take measures to protect eyesight. I think the most important is to encourage students to engage in more outdoor activities and create a vision-friendly studying environment.