湖北省襄阳市 2013 届高三第一次调研考试
英 语 试 题
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第 I 卷（共两部分，共 115 分）
第一部分：听力（共两节，满分 30 分） 做题时，先将答案划在试卷上。录音内容结束后，你将有两分钟的时间将试卷上的答案 转涂到答题卡上。 第一节 （共 5 小题；每小题 1．5 分，满分 7．5 分） 听下面 5 段对话。每段对话后有一个小题，从题中所给的 A、B、C 三个选项中选出最 佳选项，并标在试卷的相应位置。听完每段对话后，你都有 10 秒钟的时间来回答有关小题 和阅读下一小题。每段对话仅读一遍。 1．Where does this conversation probably take place? A．In a bookstore． B．In a classroom． C．In a library 2．What is the man going to do? A．Take another flight． B．Give the ticket to someone． C．Catch the plane at 6:00 3．What is the relationship between the speakers? A．Boss and employee． B．Customer and waitress． C．Customer and salesgirl 4．What will the speakers do over the weekend? A．Go hiking． B．Stay at home, C．Climb mountains 5．What can we learn from the conversation? A．The two speakers are climbing stairs． :
B．The two speakers took the lift． C．The woman suggested walking． 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。 听下面一段对话，回答第 6 和第 7 题。 6．What are the speakers mainly talking about? A．Whose wallet it is． B．Where the wallet is． C．What is in the wallet 7．What will the man do? A．Go to the supermarket． B．Search in the house． C．Make a phone call． 听下面一段对话，回答第 8 至第 10 题。 8．What can we learn about the boy? A．He has got a headache． B．He has got a fever． C．He has got a heart problem 9．What does the mother ask the boy to do? A．Go to the hospital． B．Stay in bed． C．Buy some medicine． 10．What does the boy want to do? A．Watch TV． B．See the doctor． C．Go to school． 听下面一段对话，回答第 11 至第 13 题。 11．Why is the woman so tired? A．She exercises too much． B．She has a lot to do at work． C．She watches TV late at night. 12．What does the woman eat for lunch? A．Nothing． B．A pizza． C．A sandwich． 13．What does the man advise the woman to do? A．Go to bed earlier． B．Work more hours． C．Eat a good meal every day． 听下面一段对话，回答第 14 至第 16 题。 14．Why did the woman call the man? A．To see what's wrong with him． B．To say hello to him． C．To ask him to play tennis with her． 15．What's wrong with the man? A．He hurt his feet． B．He got a cold． C．He got a stomachache．
16．When will the woman call the man again? A．Next weekend． B．Later this week C．Later next week 听下面一段对话，回答第 17 至第 20 题。 17．Which place will the travelers visit first? A．Pigeon Point． B．A seaside café. 18．What should the travelers bring? A．Food． B．Medicine．
C．An ice-cream factory． C．Swimsuits．
19．What animals will the travelers seem the nature reserve? A．Giraffes． B．Monkeys． C．Elephants． 20．What extra costs may there be? A．Money for souvenirs． B．Tips for the tour guide． C．Tips for the hotel clerks 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、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．The rescuers had to ____ the search plan because of the worsening weather condition． A．leave out B．call off C．cut out D．take off 22．The exciting news that Mo Yan won the 2012 Nobel Prize for literature renewed people's enthusiasm towards literature, which is a great __ to the development of Chinese literature． A．motivation B．contribution C．significance D．devotion 23．They planned to hold a grand party to ____ their parents' diamond wedding anniversary as a reward for bringing them up． A．congratulate B．memorize C．observe D．guarantee 24．If you are ____ this afternoon, I would like you to accompany me to me shopping mall and help me choose some clothes． A．accessible B．convenient C．available D．voluntary 25． Chaplin's acting of eating a pair of leather shoes is so _____ that it makes you believe it is one of the best meals he has ever tasted． A．convincing B．fascinating C．outstanding D．charming 26．The young man ______ regularly to the magazine "the Times," which makes him a popular writer among the readers．
A．attended B．devoted C．appealed D．contributed 27．Recently stock prices have been falling _____ because of the influence of the global financial crisis． A．absolutely B．sharply C．narrowly D．automatically 28． making a scientific experiment, one should not be _____ by temporary setbacks but should In persist in doing it hopefully． A．cast down B．put away C．taken in D．given out 29．Many new policies made in the 18th CPC National Congress will be ____ to ensure the steady growth of China' economy． A．in conclusion B．in force C．in power D．in advance 30．It is reported that the government is considering removing a _____ on immigration from other countries into its country． A．reservation B．restriction C．qualification D．pres ervation
第二节 完型填空（共 20 小 题；每小题 1 分，满分 20 分） 阅读下面短文，从短文后各题所给的四个选项（A、B、C 和 D）中，选出最佳选项，并 在答题卡上涂黑。 Language is so magical a thing that sometimes effective words can make a big difference．Here is a simple story that 31 the power of our language．My roommate Maria began to hunt for a job when sue was in senior 4 and shortly after that, she got an important 32 ．On account of the financial crisis, the competition was 33 ．but she said, " 34 I try, there will always be hope．" Luckily, she 35 the first two rounds and entered the final interview．There were only three people left．The interview was very _36 _, during which the interviewer only 37 with them for a while．The interviewer said to them, "All of you are very excellent．Please go home and wait for our 38__!” A week later, Maria received a message from the company, saying that she had not been 39 a job．Maria felt deeply _40_．But later in the evening, she excitedly informed me that she had received another message, reading that she had been 41 by the company．_42__, the first message sent to her was also part of the 43 in the interview．The three applicants received the same message; but only Maria' s reply 44 the company, so she was given the job．I asked her, "How did all of you reply? " She said, "One did not reply, the other said "goodbye', and I said 'thank you'．" Only then did I know that Maria' s 45 came in that way．That is, when you feel disappointed, do not 46 to say "thank you" to the one who disappoints you．Actually, it is a piece of cake to say "thank you"．But it is whether you are 47 to say it in a peaceful and
grateful manner __48 dues matter．Saying "thank you" shows _49_for others work and shows your grand generosity．Thus．while under the same condition, you may get more 50 compared lo others! 31．A．indicates 32．A．appointment 33．A．tight 34．A．As long as 35．A．passed 36．A．interesting 37．A．consulted 38．A．order 39．A．offered 40．A．defeated 41．A．trusted 42．A．Eventually 43．A．competition 44．A．surprised 45．A．job 46．A．forget 47．A．prepared 48．A．which 49．A．respect 50．A．presents B．accounts B．interview B．close B．Even though B．tried B．simple B．played B．requirement B．arranged B．worried B．employed B．Exactly B．test B．answered B．confidence B．pretend B．anxious B．what B．appreciation B．chances C．reflects C．message C．potential C．Incase C．considered C．satisfactory C．argued C．response C．left C．embarrassed C．discussed C．Actually C．experiment C．benefited C．intelligence C．regiel C．eager C．that C．sympathy C．thanks D．deserves D．notice D．fierce D．If only D．beat D．difficult D．chatted D．demand D．awarded D．disappointed D．allowed D．Possibly D．experience D．satisfied D．fate D．intend D．willing D．who D．patience D．concerns
第三部分：阅读理解（共 20 小题，每题 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 Being a senior student, I always think of my future．To be exact, the thoughts of the future have kept me up countless nights and made me worry enough to do poorly on more than one test. Because of this, words of wisdom are a source of comfort. Steve Jobs gave a speech to Stanford’s graduating class in 2005 and his words resound repeatedly in my mind whenever I think, about my future. It was not always like that, though．It started when I became a junior, when college cams into view．It's the first big step to making your life your own．So when Jobs discussed his life as a student, some fears were eased．He also felt the need to attend college to make something of himself．He faced what many are extremely afraid of: uncertainty．His lack of understanding paused him lo slop attending college and focus on what he felt was important．His story had a happy ending, of course, since he certainly turned out well． This does not mean that students should not attend college, but rather that they should not worry so much． You'll get where you need to go, even if your path is a bit more winding （蜿蜒的）
than you'd like． Jobs talked about the hardships in his work．His love of his work helped him carry on and he got where he was meant t o be, which restates the point: don’t painc. One particular part of his speech stayed with me． Steve Jobs quoted the saying "Stay hungry, stay foolish" and it has become my motto．Staying foolish is realizing that you are still a fool, no matter how much you have learned or experienced．There is always more to explore．Staying hungry is wanting to find those things about which you are still uneducated． Steve Jobs's level of success is attainable, and I aim to prove that．With the will power to go into the world living every day like it and allowing the future to take care of itself, I will do great things．In the last moments of my Site, D! be proud of what I have done and hope to have all the wisdom a person could wish for． 51．The author felt worried when . A．he had to take tests at school B．he thought about his future C．he had lots of sleepless nights D．he searched for words of wisdom 52．What did the author gain from Jobs’s speech? A．Courage to drop out of school. B．Confidence in defeating Jobs. C．Interest in computer industry. D．Bravery to face uncertainties． 53．Which of the following suggestions was NOT mentioned in Job’s speech? A．Having the desire to learn more． B． Being content with what they know． C．Staying calm in the face of hardships． D．Being modest so as to learn more, 54．The passage is mainly about ______． A．the wisdom drawn from a speech B．the most impressive quote in life C．a memorable meeting with Jobs D．an experience of a speech B Recently, e-eigarettes （ electronic cigarettes ） are becoming popular with many smokers．Should e-cigarettes be a new choice for the smokers trying to get rid of the habit? Reactions from Americans are mixed．More than half of the people questioned in a survey think e-cigarettes should be controlled by the US Food and Drug Administration, but 47 percent believe the e-cigarettes should b e available to the smokers who want to quit． "In the hunt for a safer cigarette, e-cigarettes are becoming a popular choice among those either trying to quit or looking to replace standard tobacco smoke with an alternative that
manufacturers claim to be safer," Zogby International, which conducted the survey, said in a statement． About half of the 4,611 adults who took part in the survey had heard about e-cigarettes, which are battery-powered, or rechargeable cigarettes that vaporize a liquid nicotine solution．They do not produce smoke but a water vapor without smell．Sold mostly on the Internet, e-cigarettes were first made in China． Last year the World Health Organization （WHO） warned against using e-cigarettes, saying there was no evidence to prove they were safe or helped smokers break the habit. The WHO said people who smoke e-cigarettes breathe in a fine fog of nicotine into the lungs． Nearly a third of people questioned in the survey think that e-cigarettes should be allowed in places where smoking is forbidden, because, they don't produce smoke, but 46 percent disagree． Men who were aware of the availabil ity of e-cigarettes were more likely than women to say they should be a choice available to smokers who want to quit．Young people, aged 18-29, and singles were the groups most open to trying e-cigarettes．Smoking is me single largest cause of preventable death worldwide, according to the WHO． 55．What can we team from Paragraph 1 ? A．American smokers ought to try e-cigarettes． B．' Americans have different opinions about e-cigarettes． C．Every kind of cigarettes should be forbidden in America． D．Most of the Americans don't like e-cigarettes． 56．According to Zogby International, e-cigarettes_____． A．are much safer than common cigarettes B．are popular among people who want to quit smoking C．will take the place of traditional cigarettes D．are produced in a safer way by manufacturers 57．What do we know about e-cigarettes from the passage? A．Most Americans are familiar with them． B．They are a good choice as there is no nicotine． C．They produce a water vapor that can't be seen． D．Most people buy them on the Internet． 58．What's the attitude of the WHO towards e-cigarettes? A．Negative B．Supportive C．Doubtful D．Indifferent C Almost all of us have spent our beautiful childhood by read ing fairy tales．The Smurfs （蓝 精灵）-cute little blue cartoon dwarfs（小矮人） which are inspired by Nordic fairy tales —made their first TV appearance in the US in 1981 and ever since have been childhood friends to many people all over the world． The storyline is quite simple．The Smurfs are living happily in their mushroom houses in the middle of a forest．Then one day the evil wizard Gargamel discovers their village and sends them by magic to the present-day New York City．The Smurfs have to find their way home and conquer
Gargamel along the way． So, just why, more than half a century later, is the simple story still so beloved by young and old? Mario Cacciolotto, a BBC reporter, believes it is due to the fact that the Smurfs' lives do not have "any particular cultural implication" and argues that they "could offer a model for society"． Veronique Culliford, daughter of the Smurfs' creator Pierre Culliford, agrees．"They are unique creations," she says． They do． involve politics or religion． " not They are multi-cultural and everybody around the world can recognize themselves in the Smurfs．Everyone can apply their very nice values of friendship, kindness and helping others to their own lives, regardless of where they come from．" In the Smurf world, everyone has their own skill and is willing to use it for the benefit of others without expecting any reward． Their village is run as a collective （合作公社） and has no form of currency．This has even led to debates about whether the artist intended the Smurfs as a metaphor （暗喻） for socialism． "The series wasn't just about sweet-looking dwarfs, " said Alan Mechem of the British Smurf Collectors Club． thought that Culliford wanted it to show things He like equality and tolerance． 59．The Smurfs movie is mainly about_____． A．the Smurfs' happy life in their village B．the evil wizard Gargamel's powerful magic C．the Smurfs'adventures in New York City D．how the Smurfs rebuild their village 60．According to Veronique Culliford, why is the Smurfs' story still popular after more than half a century? A．Its characters are unique． B．It has a simple storyline． C．It has a deep religious meaning． D．It reflects the Nordic culture． 61．Which of the following statements about the Smurfs is true according to the passage? A．The Smurfs are socialists． B．The Smurfs are friendly and tolerant． C．All the Smurfs in the movie are male． D．Every Smurf uses its own special skill for its own benefit． 62．What is the main point of the passage? A．The history' and background of the Smurfs stories． B．Introducing the Smurfs and people's opinions． C．The story of Pierre Culliford and his Smurfs cartoons． D．Socialism and women's rights hidden in the Smurfs． D What do you think of straight-A students? Everyone knows about such students．We see them frequently in TV situation comedies and in movies like Revenge of the Nerds．They get high grades, all right, but only by becoming dull laborers, their noses always stuck in a book．They are
not good at social communication and look clumsy while doing sports． Then, how do we account for Domenica Roman or Paul Melendres? Roman is on the tennis team at Fairmont Senior High School．She also sings in the choral group, serves on the student council and is a member of the mathematics society．For two years she has maintained A's in every subject．Melendres, a freshman at the University of New Mexico, was student-body president at Valley High School in Albuquerque．He played soccer and basketball well, exhibited at the science fair, and meanwhile worked as a reporter on a local television station． Being a speech giver at the graduation ceremony, he achieved straight A's in his regular classes, plus bonus points for A's in two college-level courses． How do super-achievers like Roman and Melendres do it? Brains aren't the only answer．"Top grades don't always go to the brightest students, " declares Herbert Walberg, a professor of education at the University of Illinois at Chicago, who has conducted major studies on super-achieving students． "Knowing how to make the most of your innate （天生的） abilities counts for more．Much more．" In fact, Walberg says, students with high IQ sometimes don't do as well as classmates with lower IQ．For them, learning comes too easily and they never find out how to get down． Hard work isn't me whole story, either．"It's not how long you sit there with the books open," said one of the many-A students we interviewed．"It's what you do while you're sitting．"Indeed, some of these students actually put in fewer hours of homework time than their lower-scoring classmates． The kids at the top of the class get （here by mastering a few basic techniques that others can readily learn． 63．The underlined word "nerds" can probably refer to_____． A．dull bookworms lacking sports and social skills B．successful top students popular with their peers C．students with certain learning difficulties D．born leaders crazy about social activities 64．Some students become super-achievers mainly because_____． A．they are born cleverer than others B．they work longer hours at study ． ． C．they make mil use of their abilities D．they know the shortcut to success 65．What will be talked about after the last paragraph? A．The interviews with more students． B．The role IQ plays in learning well． C．The techniques to be better learners． D．The achievements top students make． 66．What can we infer from the passage? A．IQ is more important than hard work in study． B．The brightest students can never get low grades． C．Top students certainly achieve all-around developments.
D．Students with average IQ can become super-achievers． E It is reported that six Chinese ships have entered waters near islands claimed by both China and Japan．China said the ships were carrying out "law enforcement" to demonstrate its jurisdiction （管辖权） over the islands, known as Diaoyu in China and Senkaku in Japan． least At two of the ships left after the Japanese coast guard issued a warning, Japanese officials say． The action came after Japan sealed a deal to buy three of the islands from their private Japanese owner．Japan controls the uninhabited but resource-rich East China Sea islands, which are also claimed by Taiwan． The Japanese Coast Guard said the first two Chinese boats entered Japan's territorial waters at 06:18 local time, followed by another fleet of four other ships just after 07:00．The first two ships then left the area．A third ship left later on Friday morning, one report said．No force was used,Japanese officials added．"Our patrol（巡逻） ships are currently telling them to leave our country's territorial waters," the coastguard said in a statement． The Chinese foreign ministry confirmed that its ships were there．"These law enforcement and patrol activities are aimed to demonstrate China's jurisdiction over the Diaoyu Islands and ensure the country's maritime interests," a statement said． The US has called for "cooler heads to be accepted" as tension "worsens between China and Japan over the islands．US Defense Secretary Leon Panetta is going to visit both Japan and China from this weekend as part of a tour of the region． The dispute has seriously damaged diplomatic relations between China and Japan and threatens to damage the strong trading relationship, says the BBC's John Sudworth in Beijing． The dispute has also caused strong nationalist emotions on both sides that makes it very difficult to be seen to be backing down, says our reporter． The Japanese government says it is buying the islands to promote their stable and peaceful management．China on the other hand, says the islands have historically been its territory and fishing grounds．Meanwhile Japan's newly-appointed ambassador to-China, Shinichi Nishimiya, remains in hospital in Tokyo． was appointed onTuesday to replace Uichiro Niwa, who has been He criticized for his dealing with the worst diplomatic dispute between Japan and China in recent years． 67．The Diaoyu Islands are actually inhabited by . A．Japan B．China C．Taiwan ? ? D．Nobody 68．Which of the following is true? A．Japan fired at the 6 Chinese ships to warn them to leave the waters． B．China admitted that the 6 ships had been forced to leave the waters． C．The US called on both sides to calm down． D．Shinichi Nishimiya was unconscious in the hospital because somebody attacked him． 69．Why was Uichiro Niwa replaced?' A．He isn't iron enough in dealing with the diplomatic disputes between Japan and China． B．His health condition is not good enough to work there． C．He didn't do well in dealing with the diplomatic dispute about the Diaoyu Islands．
D．He criticized the Chinese government publicly in an improper way． 70．This new s report is most likely to be selected from the _____newspaper． A．British B．Chinese C．Japanese D．American 第四部分：书面表达（共两节，满分 50 分） 第一节：完成句子（共 10 小题；每小题 2 分，满分 20 分） 阅读下列各小题，根据汉语提示，用句末括号内的英语单词完成句子，并将答案写在答 题卡上的相应题号后。 71．It was at a Christmas party _______ my American friend Jack．(acquaintance) 我是在一次圣诞晚会上认识我的美国朋友杰克的。 72．Obama won his reelection on November7，2012，which was the second time that he as president ofthe United States． 奥巴马在 2012 年 l1 月 7 日赢得了总统连任，这是他第二次当选为美国总统。 73． Mary fall asleep last night because oftoo much homework．(until) 由于作业太多，玛丽昨晚直到午夜时分才入睡。 74．_______ in the exam made his head teacher very angry.（catch） 他被抓住考试作弊令班主任很生气。 75．How time flies! It will be less than 6 months high school. (graduate) 时间过得真快!还有不到 6 个月的时间我们就要高中毕业了。 76．Our city government has approved the proposal that the new traffic regulations ______ from January 1,2013． （carry） 市政府已经批准了从 2013 年元月 1 日实施新的交通法规的提议。 77 ． It was a pity that the book to _______should not have attracted her students' attention． （significance） 遗憾的是，她认为有意义的那本书竟然没有引起学生们的重视。 78．Owing to the guard's carelessness, the thief was lucky to escape, -otherwise he ____stealing so many valuable things.(get) 由于保安的疏忽大意小偷侥幸逃脱，否则的话他不可能偷走那么多贵重物品。 79．The mountain village _______; from the outside for a long time the villagers here are still living a primitive and quiet life． （cut） 这个山村长期与外界隔绝。村民们仍然过着原始宁静的生活。 80．_______ com puter games, Wang Ping has fallen behind the other students in his study． （abandon） 沉溺于玩电脑游戏。王平的学习掉队了。 第二节：短文写作(共 1 题；满分 30 分) 随着高考的临近，许多高三学生觉得时间紧、任务重，所以把课间 10 分钟休息时间也 利用起来学习。请你以 “the Necessity of Taking a Ten-minute Break"为主题，用英语写一篇短 文，针对这一现象谈一谈自己的观点和做法。 注意： 1、无须写标题； 2、除诗歌之外，文体不限； 3、文中不得透露个人姓名和学校名称；
4、词数 120 词左右。
1--20 CACBA BCABA BACCB BACBA 21-30 BACCA DBABB 31-50 CBDAA BDCAD BCBDA ADCAB 51-70 BDBAB BDACA BBACC DDCCA 71. that I made the acquaintance of 72. had been elected 73. Not until midnight did 74. That he was caught cheating/His being caught cheating 四、before we graduate from 76. (should}be carried out (2)which she attached significance 78. could not have got away with A.having been cut off 80. Abandoned to playing/Abandoning himself to playing 评分原则： ① 结构正确、用给定的英语单词完整表达所给的汉语信息，给满分； ② 未用给定单词不给分； ③ 结构不正确不给分； ④ 结构正确，信息完整，但有一个或一个以上拼写错误扣 0.5 分； ⑤ 结构正确，信息有遗漏扣 0.5 分； ⑥ 结构正确，添加无关信息扣 0.5 分。
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With the college entrance exam approaching, time is becoming more precious for the Senior Three students. Therefore, many of them are trying to study from early morning till late night, even during the ten-minute break, which easily contribute to tiredness and low efficiency. In my opinion, it’s necessary to take a ten-minute break between classes. During the ten-minute break, we’d better do something relaxing to get rid of tiredness. What we need to do is to relax ourselves instead of getting more tired. My ten-minute break is wonderful. Sometimes I do some simple exercise or take a walk around the campus. Sometimes I have a free chat with my classmates. Besides, I liking looking at the green trees and grass out of the window. When the next class begins, I feel refreshed and focus on my study. Just as a saying goes, all work and no play makes Jack a dull boy. As far as I am concerned, no one can concentrate on his study without having a rest. Only if we learn to combine study and rest can we study more efficiently. 第二节：短文写作（满分 30 分） 一、评分原则 ① 本题总分为 30 分，按 5 个档次给分。 ② 词数少于 100，将分数降低一个档次。 ③ 评分时，先根据文章的内容和语言初步确定其所属档次，然后以该档次的要求来衡量， 确定或调整档次， 最后给分。 评分档次的确定应在内容符合题目要求的前题下侧重于语言 的表达。 ④ 评分时，应注意的主要内容为：内容切题，语言表达准确、多样、连贯、得体。 ⑤ 拼写与标点符号是语言表达准确的一个方面， 评分时， 应视其对交际的影响程度予以考虑。 英、美拼写及词汇用法均可接受。 ⑥ 如书写太潦草，以至影响辨认，将分数降低一个档次。 二、各档次的给分范围和要求
完全完成了试题规定的任务。 —所有内容与提示吻合。 第五档 —应用了较丰富的语法结构和词汇。
—语法结构与词汇应用准确，虽有个别错误，但不影响意义的表达；具备较强的语 言运用能力。 —恰当使用了语句间的连接成分，全文结构紧凑。 完全达到了预期的写作目的。 完成了试题规定的任务。 —主要内容与提示吻合。
第四档 19-24 分
—应用的语法结构和词汇能满足任务的要求。 —语法结构与词汇应用基本准确，个别错误对意义的表达有一定影响。 —较恰当地使用了语句间的连接成分，全文结构较紧凑。 达到了预期的写作目的。
第三档 13-18 分
—应用的语法结构和词汇能基本满足任务的要求。 —有一些语法结构与词汇的错误，对意义的表达有较大影响。 —基本能使用语句间的连接成分，全文结构比较松散。 整体而言，基本达到了预期的写作目的。 仅完成试题规定的部分任务。 —主要内容与提示基本吻合。 第二档 7-12 分 —语法结构单调，应用词汇有限。 —有较多语法结构或词汇方面的错误，影响了意义的表达。 —语句间的连接成分运用不当，缺少连贯性。 信息未能清楚地传达给读者。 未完成试题规定的任务。 —主要内容与提示不太吻合。 第一档 1-6 分 —语法结构单一，应用词汇十分有限。 —有较多语法结构或词汇方面的严重错误，严重影响了意义的表达。 —缺乏语句间的连接成分，内容不连贯。 信息未能传达给读者。 0分 未能传达给读者任何信息：内容太少，无法评判；写的内容均与所要求内容无关或 所写内容无法看清。
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In our modern society, competition is becoming increasingly fierce. Therefore, many students are forced to work much harder with great pressure without having a good rest, which contributes to tiredness and low efficiency. Take one of my experiences for example. Once I didn’t do well in my study. In order to keep up with my classmates, I often studied deep into the night. However, I was sleepy in class and still didn’t make progress. Seeing this, my head teacher had a talk with me. He suggested that I shouldn’t stay up but ensure enough rest, listen carefully and pay attention to improving my study method. He encouraged me to ask my teachers for help whenever I had any problems. With the head teacher’s help, I studied efficiently and made great progress. Just as a famous saying goes, all work and no play makes Jack a dull boy. In my opinion, no one can concentrate on his study without a good rest. What really counts is that we should learn to combine study with rest. Only if we combine study and rest effectively can we study more efficiently. 录音稿 (Text 1) Man: Excuse me, Madam? Woman: Yes? Man: How long can I keep the book? Woman: For one month. Please make sure you return the book before it’s due. (Text 2) W: You won’t be able to get to the airport in time to catch that plane at six o’clock.
M: I realize that now. I’ll have to get my ticket changed. (Text 3) M: I bought this suit as a gift last week but have just discovered that it is the wrong size. So I want to return it. W: If you have your receipt, there will be no problem. （Text 4） M: Did you listen to the weather report this morning, Helen? W: Yeah, it says we are going to have a wet weekend. We may get some very heavy rain in the mountain areas M: That means we can’t go hiking but we will have to stay in.
(Text 5) W: Oh, dear. I wish we had taken the lift. M: If I had known it was so far up, I wouldn’t have suggested walking. (Text 6) M: I’m starting to get worried. I can’t seem to find my wallet. Have you seen it? W: It might be on your desk. Have you checked? M: Yes, it’s not there. I’ve looked all around the house and I can’t find it. W: Do you think it could be at one of the stores you went to this morning? . M: That’s what I'm starting to think. W: So what was the last store you went to? M: Let's see ... It was the supermarket. I guess I must have left it there. W: Well, you’d better give the supermarket a call. M: OK. I will.
（Text 7） M: Mum, I don’t feel well. W: Oh, dear! What’s wrong? M: I don’t know. I’ve got a headache and a cough. And my back aches, too. W: You’d better stay in bed until tomorrow. If you’re not better by then, I’ll take you to see the doctor. Drink plenty of water and take this medicine three times a day. M: OK. Could I watch the basketball match on TV, Mum? W: No, you must lie down and have a rest. (Text 8) M: You look tired today. W: Yes, I am. I haven’t slept well for the last few nights. M: Really? Are you under stress? W: Yeah, it’s my job. I've been working late every night. When I finally get to bed, I keep thinking about all the things I still need to do. M: That’s not good. W: And I’m not eating very well, either. I’m so busy at work that I skip lunch. By the time I get
home, I'm too tired to cook, so I just order a pizza or something. M: Oh, no. You have to take better care of yourself, or you’ll get sick. You need to stop working so late. And you need to eat at least one good meal every day. W: I know you’re right. I’ll try. (Text 9） M: Hello. W: Hello. Is that Russell? M: Yes, it is. W: This is Vicky. I didn’t recognize your voice. M: I’ve got a cold. I probably sound different. W: You surely do. Are you really sick? M: No. But I’ve got a sore throat and a headache. W: That’s too bad. I was calling to see if you wanted to play tennis next weekend. M: I really can’t say right now. Would you mind calling back later this week? W: Sure, no problem. But I hope you can make it. I’ve really improved. You’re not going to believe it. M: You’re right. I don’t. (Text 10) M: Hi, everyone! On behalf of Sunshine Island Tours, let me welcome you all to the island. We’d like to thank you for choosing our exciting one-day round the island tour. My name's Jack and I’ll be your guide. We'll be picking you up from your hotel at seven o'clock tomorrow morning. Then we'll drive around the south of the island. Our first stop is Pigeon Point, where there is a beautiful view of the water below. And then we'll visit a small ice-cream factory, where you can see our delicious island ice cream being made. We then continue around the island enjoying beautiful views of the Atlantic coast. And we’ll stop for a typical Caribbean lunch at a nice seaside café. After lunch, we'll head north, stopping at a beach. So you need to take your swimsuit, towel and sunscreen. And finally we'll go to the nature reserve, where you can see parrots and monkeys. Ur, one more thing, there are extra costs. You might want to buy some souvenirs, like local jewelry. And you might want to tip your driver. OK. Are there any questions?