南京市、盐城市 2015 届高三年级第二次模拟考试
本试卷分选择题和非选择题两部分。满分 120 分，考试用时 120 分钟。 注意事项： 答题前，考生务必将自己的学校、姓名、考试号写在答题纸上。考试结束后，将答题纸交 回。
第一部分听力（共两节，满分 20 分）
/>做题时，先将答案标在试卷上。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 到答题纸上。 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 time is it now? A. About 3:30. B. About 4:00. C. About 4:30. 2. What does the man mean? A. He will send someone right away. B. The woman can call later that day. C. He is going to repair the pipe later. 3. Why are they collecting money? A. To buy a gift for Jenny. B. To pay for the ticket to Nanjing. C. To get some cash for the man. 4. What can we learn from the conversation? A. The apartment is too small. B. The apartment is available. C. The apartment is in perfect condition. 5. Who is the man looking for? A. His classmate. B. His teacher. C. His brother. 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 秒钟的做答时间。每段对话或独白读两遍。 听第 6 段材料，回答第 6、7 题。 6. What do the speakers still need? A. A tent. B. A flashlight. C. A sleeping bag. 7. Where does the conversation most probably take place? A. At a campsite. B. In a store. C. At home. 高三英语第 1 页共 12 页
听第 7 段材料，回答第 8、9 题。 8. How many people are there in the Taylors’ family? A. Three. B. Four. C. Five. 9. What can we infer from the conversation? A. The Taylors don’t like Paul. B. Paul likes reading English magazines. C. English is not Paul’s native language. 听第 8 段材料，回答第 10 至 13 题。 10. How long was the man in Spain? A. For one week. B. For two weeks. C. For one month. 11. What does the woman say about Ryan Air? A. It’s not a first-rate airline. B. It offers quality customer service. C. It says no to 10-kilogram baggage. 12. How much did the man pay for his flight? A. ? 60. B.? 70. C.? 80. 13. What did the man do to reduce the weight of his bag? A. He threw away some valueless things. B. He moved some items to his jacket pockets. C. He took his jacket out of his heavy bag. 听第 9 段材料，回答第 14 至 17 题。 14. What kind of job does Edward do? A. An actor. B. A director. C. A writer. 15. What is the woman probably doing? A. Interviewing a movie star. B. Hosting a television show. C. Discussing teenage problems. 16. What did James Dean do at college in California? A. He first acted in plays. B. He did more stage acting. C. He got seriously into acting. 17. What do we know about James Dean from the conversation? A. He made numerous popular movies. B. He has long been a legendary figure. C. He was best at acting in Hollywood tragedies. 听第 10 段材料，回答第 18 至 20 题。 18. Why did these scientists win the Nobel Prize in medicine? A. They created a great nervous system in a rat’s brain. B. They noticed the mapping ability dozens of years ago. C. They discovered how the brain knows the body’s location. 19. What’s the relationship between May-Britt and Edvard? A. Teacher and student. B. Professor and assistant. C. Husband and wife.
20. Who will get half of the prize money? A. John. B. May-Britt.
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，并在答题纸上将该 项涂黑。 21. He hasn’t got any hobbies --_______ you call watching TV a hobby. A. when B. if C. unless D. since 22. —With this New Year_______ new challenges. 一 Sure. Global economy remains uncertain, and many countries continue to struggle. A. comes B. will come C. is coming D. come 23. —It is reported that the Shanghai auto show stops using models. How about yours? —We will_______. A. follow suit B. sink or swim together C. set eyes on it D. get to the bottom of it 24. —Do you think he is the only person for the job? —I’m not quite sure but he’ll prove_______ to the task. A. equal B. essential C. special D. superior 25. As the dark horse, China’s football team swept into the quarterfinals_______ it lost to host country Australia. A. as B. what C. that D. where 26. Flocks of customers joined Alibaba Singles, Day, Hong Kong, the U.S. and Russia_______ the top three outside. A. claimed B. to be claimed C. claiming D. being claimed 27. It might have_______ your notice but I am very busy at the moment. A. quit B. neglected C. escaped D. denied 28. He abandoned teaching_______ a career as a musician. A. in favor of B. in terms of C with regard to D. with reference to 29. The frozen waterfall has attracted floods of tourists to_______ the natural beauty. A. cherish B. admire C. observe D. discover 30. —Do you know the story of Niulang and Zhinu? —Of course. Their love story was_______ as an example for hundreds of years in China. A. taken up B. kept up C. picked up D. held up 31. Estella showed me the way with a candle. When she opened the side entrance, the_______ of the daylight quite confused me. A. trend B. rush C. crash D. increase 32. If people outside China learned a bit about jasmine tea culture, they would realize there_______ a lot of enjoyment in it. A. is B. was C. were D. would be 33. My voice was so little and the shop owner had to bend down to hear_______ I wanted to buy.
A. what it was B. it was what C. what it was that D. what was that 34. Mr. Smith let off upon me the speech he_______ to make all along. A. had died B. died C. was dying D. had been dying 35. —Do you know the newly appointed CEO? --__________. A. I’ll check it B. Only that there is one C. More often than not D. It will come to me 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， 并在答题纸 上将该项涂黑。 Why do young adult children become independent so much later than they did in 1970，when the average age of independent living was 21? Why have reduced class sizes and increased per-pupil expenditures (花 销）not 36 higher academic achievement levels? Why is the mental health of today’s kids so poor when 37 with that of children in the 1960s and before? Why do today’s 38 become defensive when told by teachers that their children have misbehaved in school? The answer in two words: parental 39 . Those two words best summarize the 40 between “old” child raising and new, post-1960s parenting. Then, the overall philosophy was that parents were not to be 41 involved with their kids. They were available 42 crisis, but they stood a (an) 43 distance from their kids and allowed them to experience the benefits of the trial-and-error process. It was the child’s 44 , back then, to keep his or her parents from getting involved. That was 45 children learned to be responsible and determined. Today’s parents help their kids with almost everything. These are parents who are 46 when it comes to an understanding of their purpose in their kids，lives. Their involvement leads them to personalize everything that happens to their kids; 47, the defensiveness. But given that schools and mental health professionals have been pushing parent involvement for nearly four decades, the confusion and defensiveness are 48 . University researchers analyzed three decades of data relating to parent participation in children’s academics. Their conclusions 49 what I’ve been saying since the 1980s: parental help with homework 50 a child’s academic achievement and is not reflected on standardized tests. Parents who manage a child’s social life interfere with the 51 of good social skills. Parents who manage a child’s after-school activities grow kids who don’t know how to 52 their own free time. Parents who get involved in their kids, 53 with peers grow kids who don’t know how to avoid much less trouble. These kids have anxieties and fears of all sorts and don’t want to leave their 54 . And their parents, when the time comes, don’t know how to 55 being parents. You can imagine what will become of their future. 36. A. counted on B. resulted in C. touched on D. taken in 37. A. associated B. linked C. compared D. matched 38. A. parents B. adolescents C. psychologists D. youths 39. A. assistance B. protection C. involvement D. preference 40. A. differences B. similarities C. choices D. relations 41. A. slightly B. passively C. highly D. fairly 42. A. in case of B. in spite of C. in view of D. in fear of 43. A. equal B. safe C. long D. short 44. A. fault B. turn C. job D. attitude 45. A. when B. how C. why D. what
46. A. confused B. disappointed C. amazed D. satisfied 47. A. however B. still C. yet D. thus 48. A. unreasonable B. changeable C. understandable D. avoidable 49. A. confirmed B. convinced C. realized D. reflected 50. A. decides B. lowers C. helps D. stimulates 51. A. appearance B. performance C. establishment D. development 52. A. value B. devote C. fill D. save 53. A. communication B. conflicts C. cooperation D. competitions 54. A. home B. school C. career D. profession 55. A. start B. ignore C. consider D. stop 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， 并在答题纸 上将该项涂黑。 A
Metropolitan North Georgia Water Planning District
2015 High School Video Contest
Here’s the Scoop on Pet Waste!
Eligibility Submission Deadline March 27, 2015. Judging
Submissions will be judged based on the following criteria: ? incorporation of the “Here’s the Scoop on Pet Waste’’ message. Use the "Here's the Scoop on Pet Waste’’ messaging fact sheet for background information on the issue. ? Composition (length, technical construction, audio quality). ?Entertainment value. ?Accuracy of information. ?Creativity. Ninth, tenth, eleventh and twelfth grade students that attend schools located in Bartow, Cherokee, Clayton, Cobb, Coweta, DeKalb, Douglas, Fayette, Fulton, Forsyth, Gwinnett, Hall, Henry, Paulding and Rockdale counties are invited to participate in the video contest. Entries can be a team or individual effort.
?Each video must be uploaded to YouTube. The video’s YouTube link must be included in the entry/release form. ?Team members must be from the same school. ?The video must be between 30-60 seconds in length. ?No professional assistance or use of copyright material is allowed, including background music. ?Each student participating in the contest or appearing in the video must fill out a form. For teams, submit an entry/release
?1st Place $1500 ?2nd Place $1000 ? 3rd Place $500
form for each team member. ?One video per team or individual. ?All entry/release forms must be postmarked or received by Friday, March 27, 2015.
50% of the prize money will go to the individual or team who submits the video and 50% to the high school they attend. Winners will be notified directly.
Email: kvaIlianos@atlantaregional.com OR
Mail: 2015 Water Video Contest Metro Water District 40 Courtland Street, NE Atlanta, GA 30303
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56. What does the underlined word “Eligibility” probably mean? A. Age. B. Qualification. C. Location. D. Grade. 57. When entering the contest, ________. A. one must ask his or her teacher to sign the entry form B. winners can earn at least $750 as a prize C. one can invite friends from other schools to act in the video D. participants had better add some humor and fun to the video B The other morning on the subway I sat next to an attractive young blonde woman who was reading something on her iPad. She was very well-dressed, carrying a Prada bag with tastefully applied make-up indeed, she had an unmistakable air of wealth, material success and even authority. I suspected she worked as a highly-paid Wall Street lawyer or stockbroker or something of that sort. So, I was curious to see what she was so focused on. The Wall Street Journal perhaps? The Economist? Quite the contrary; rather, she was concentrating on a romance novel. Then I realized that I have known many women who love romance novels—smart, attractive, successful, “liberated,” modem females who nonetheless find some kind of deep satisfaction and thrill from those hyper-romantic, artificial and extremely unrealistic tales of handsome, manly heroes falling in love with virginal women, enduring a series of adventures, then no doubt having a happy ending. These romance stories are to literature what hot dogs are to fine food. Yet, the genre(体裁) remains enormously popular. Consider some of these surprising statistics from the good folks at the Romance Writers of America (RWA): *More than 9,000 romance titles were released last year, with sales of about $1.44 billion (more than triple the revenues generated by classic literary fiction). *More than 90 percent of the market are women (okay, that’s not at all surprising). * Readers are typically women between the ages 30 and 54 who are themselves involved in a romantic relationship (betraying the stereotype that only lonely women long for these tales of love and adventure). *Almost 40 percent of romance book consumers have an annual income of between $50,000 and $99,900 (placing them firmly in the middle class). I had thought that romance novels accounted for a very small share of the literary market, so I was quite surprised that this part has such enormous popularity. But I must wonder why so many women—forty years
after the women’s liberation movement continue to indulge in the fanciful tales? I’m not sure if it represents a kind of “rejection” of the women’s liberation movement, but clearly something is missing in the lives of contemporary ladies. A romance author named Donna Hatch who focuses on the Regency period (early 19th century Britain) explained the appeal of such books this way: “Regency men were civilized and treated women with courtesy. When a lady entered the room, gentlemen stood, doffed their hats, offered an arm, bowed, and a hundred other little things I wish men still did today. But they were also very athletic; they hunted, raced, boxed, rode horses. They were manly. Strong. Noble. Honorable. And that is why I love them!” Mrs. Hatch may have expressed the secret desires and attitudes of untold millions of her peers---that is, in the early 21st century, have women grown tired of the burdens and expectations that the “freedoms” they have gained give them? Is this a rejection of modem feminism? Do women long for days of old when men were masculine gentlemen and women were feminine and protected as precious treasures and regarded as possessions? Perhaps most women (even the ones who get lost in romance novels) do not want to go all the way back but it is obvious, ▲ . 58. What is the function of the opening paragraph? A. To summarize the whole passage. B. To prove the author’s argument. C. To lead in the main topic of the passage. D. To raise problems that will be solved later. 59. What does the underlined sentence in the third paragraph imply? A. Romance novels are satisfying and thrilling. B. Romance novels are not of much “nutrition”. C. Romance novels are as popular as hot dogs. D. Romance novels are an essential part of contemporary life. 60. In the author’s opinion, what is missing in the lives of contemporary women? A. Authority. B. Dignity. C. Liberty. D. Care. 61. Which sentence can be put in the blank in the last paragraph? A. they prefer tales of innocent romance to classics B. they are unhappy with how the world has turned out C. true love described in romance novels does exist in reality D. romance novels provide them with an access to society C For centuries, medical pioneers have refined a variety of methods and medicines to treat sickness, injury, and disability, enabling people to live longer and healthier lives. “A salamander (a small lizard-like animal) can grow back its leg. Why can't a human do the same?” asked Peruvian-born surgeon Dr. Anthony Atala in a recent interview. The question, a reference to work aiming to grow new limbs for wounded soldiers, captures the inventive spirit of regenerative medicine. This innovative field seeks to provide patients with replacement body parts. These parts are not made of steel; they are the real things --- living cells, tissue, and even organs. Regenerative medicine is still mostly experimental, with clinical applications limited to procedures such as
growing sheets of skin on burns and wounds. One of its most significant advances took place in 1999，when a research group at North Carolina’s Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative Medicine conducted a successful organ replacement with a laboratory-grown bladder. Since then, the team, led by Dr. Atala, has continued to generate a variety of other tissues and organs 一 from kidneys to ears. The field of regenerative medicine builds on work conducted in the early twentieth century with the first successful transplants of donated human soft tissue and bone. However, donor organs are not always the best option. First of all, they are in short supply, and many people die while waiting for an available organ; in the United States alone, more than 100,000 people are waiting for organ transplants. Secondly, a patient’s body may ultimately reject the transplanted donor organ. An advantage of regenerative medicine is that the tissues are grown from a patient’s own cells and will not be rejected by the body’s immune system. Today, several labs are working to create bioartificial body parts. Scientists at Columbia and Yale Universities have grown a jawbone and a lung. At the University of Minnesota, Doris Taylor has created a beating bioartificial rat heart. Dr. Atala’s medical team has reported long-term success with bioengineered bladders implanted into young patients with spina bifida (a birth defect that involves the incomplete development of the spinal cord). And at the University of Michigan, H. David Humes has created an artificial kidney. So far, the kidney procedure has only been used successfully with sheep, but there is hope that one day similar kidney will be implantable in a human patient. The continuing research of scientists such as these may eventually make donor organs unnecessary and, as a result, significantly increase individuals’ chances of survival. 62. In the latest field of regenerative medicine, what are replacement parts made of? A. Donated cells, tissues and organs. B. Rejected cells, tissues and organs. C. Cells, tissues and organs of one’s own. D. Cells, tissues and organs made of steel. 63. What have scientists experimented successfully on for a bioartificial kidney? A. Patients. B. Rats. C. Sheep. D. Soldiers. 64. Why is generative medicine considered innovative? A. It will provide patients with replacement soft tissues. B. It will strengthen the human body’s immune system. C. It will shorten the time patients waiting for a donated organ. D. It will make patients live longer with bioartificial organs. 65. What is the writer’s attitude towards regenerative medicine? A. Positive. B. Negative. C. Doubtful. D. Reserved. D An old man in a faded yellow shirt sat in a windowless room on a raised concrete form. The only source of heat came from somewhere beneath the plastic mattress and the rough blanket the blank-faced police woman had handed him after taking his thumb prints. He heard voices and metallic clang as the cell door swung open. At the front desk a tired looking policeman handed the old man back his belongings, his worn-out cap and
the Seiko watch that had stopped working the day his beloved Evelyn left. The policeman dramatically held the blue plastic bag at an arm’s length to the old man who took it and made sure its contents were undamaged: the goat meat, palm oil, leaves and spices. He ignored the confused expression on the officer’s face and signed the document declaring he had been returned the possessions they had taken off him the night before. No one spoke to him as he walked slowly towards the exit. “Mr. Easy-nwa?” He stopped and prayed to the God who now took care of Evelyn to please take him far away from this unhappy place of expressionless faces, clipped accents and people who did not even attempt to pronounce his name right. “Ezenwa,” He said and looked at a woman with tangerine lips, her name tag said Jessica Harlow, Social Services. “A bit far from home， ， ，she said as she drove fast and with confidence the way Evelyn used to. He wondered if she meant the 50 miles from Liverpool or the 50,000 miles from Enugu ，a city in Nigeria. He did not bother replying as this woman had plenty to say about the weather, bad drivers, her daughter’s school play... At last she drew up outside the block of flats where he lived. “Got here in the end”，said she seriously, “Really Mr. Easy-nwa, if you keep getting lost, we will have to consider moving you into a home”. “No need, I was not lost， ， ， he answered. He carefully rolled up the sleeves of the oversize bomber jacket he wore and turned on the tap to wash his hands, relieved the pipes were not frozen. In a clean pan he placed the chopped pieces of goat meat. The herbs and spices that had taken him three months to track down, the uziza seeds had taken him into the heart of Granby Market in Liverpool, his uchanwu leaves down a shady back alley in Manchester, and yesterday, among other food items, the finest goat meat from a Sierra Leonean Butcher in Birmingham. That had taken some time, so much he missed the last train and when the police found him shivering outside the locked up station, so cold he couldn’t answer loudly enough the pink-faced big copper who yelled in his face, “What’s your name sir?” spraying his face with spittle (吐沫） as he did so, leaving them with no choice but to search an exhausted, frozen old black man and finding him in possession of mysterious condiments (调味品）including a bag of dried bitter-leaf which could of course be mistaken for anything that resulted in him getting read his rights and charged with ...possession??? He lifted the lid of the bubbling soup, the room was filled with the rich and spicy scent of his culinary (烹饪 的）effort. He served two bowls, taking the chipped one and placing the other opposite where Evelyn would have sat. He would tell her about his adventure, it was their anniversary and this was the perfect pepper soup to celebrate. Ken Onyia, UK (Nigeria) Commonwealth Sport Short Story Prize 66. Why was Mr. Ezenwa taken to the prison for a night? A. He was too weak to move. B. He couldn’t find his way back home. C. He then had nowhere else to go. D. He was suspected of possessing drugs. 67. When Mr. Ezenwa was to leave the prison, ? A. his thumb print was taken immediately B. the policeman was confused about what he had C. a social worker was assigned to drive him back home
D. the policeman was so kind as not to damage his belongings 68. What did Mr. Ezenwa do for his wedding anniversary? A. He collected all sorts of valuables as presents. B. He cooked native food as a surprise for his wife. C. He prepared a special Nigerian pepper soup carefully. D. He travelled a lot, attempting to get his wife back. 69. What words can be used to describe Mr. Ezenwa? A. Hopeless and pessimistic. B. Mysterious and troublesome. C. Affectionate and persistent. D. Energetic and sympathetic. 70. What theme does the author want to express through the story? A. Racial prejudice. B. Hard life of the elderly. C. Struggle for freedom. D. Preservation of tradition.
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。 注意：请 将答案写在答题纸上相应题号的横线上。每个空格只填一个单词。 Escape from FoMO Here’s a test you might enjoy: rate these situations on a number scale, ranging from 1 for mild discomfort to 7 for unbearable distress. Situation 1: you， re visiting New York City and realize there’s no way you’ll be able to get to all the exhibits, see all the recommended plays or take in even part of the “musts”. How do you feel now? Something like 5? Situation 2: you，re at dinner with friends, and you’ve all agreed to make it a strictly phone-free evening. But your smartphone won’t stop beeping Twitter and text alerts. Something is obviously up in your social network, but you can’t check. Even 7 wouldn’t match the stress you’re feeling now. Welcome to FoMO (Fear of Missing Out), the latest mental disorder caused by social media connections sharing updates that leaves individuals feeling that they are missing out on something more exciting, important, or interesting going on somewhere else. It is an outcome of technological advancement and booming social information. According to a recent study, 56 per cent of those who use social networks suffer this. It is not uncommon that at night when you’ve sworn again to put the phone aside or turn off the computer, you cast one last glance at the screen on your way to bed in case you miss some titbit (趣闻)supplied by mere acquaintances or even strangers’ requesting your “friendship”. We all know the studies showing that end-of-life regrets centre on what we didn’t do, rather than on what we did. If so, constantly watching others doing things that we are not is rich ground for a future of looking back in sorrow. Attractive online images — so charming from afar — make FoMO more destructive. Technology has become the major construct through which we define intimacy (亲密).You may look on in wonder as someone taps out an endless text message instead of actually talking to the person they’re with. Being connected to everyone, all the time, is a new human experience; we， re just not equipped to cope with it yet. Researchers say our dependence on technology can be reduced if we manage to separate ourselves, even for
short periods of time, from our gadgets. However, the problem can only be settled when we grasp that our brains and our humanity—not our technologies—enable this addiction. We cannot seek solutions without honestly asking ourselves why we are so afraid of missing out. Researchers find FoMO occurs mostly in people with unfulfilled psychological needs in fields such as love, respect and security. FoMO levels are highest in young people, in particular young men. What, then, can we do about something so damaging to our quality of life? The best way to cope with FoMO is to recognize that, at our fast-paced life, we are sometimes bound to miss out. Instead of trying to maximize our benefits, we seek a merely “good enough” result. If you still doubt that “good enough” is the best cure for FoMO, the words of the American essayist and poet Ralph Waldo Emerson might strike the right chord,“For everything you have missed, you have gained something else, and for everything you gain, you lose something else.” Escape from FoMO Main Points Details Concept of FoMO FoMO, constantly (71) ▲ our peace of mind, refers to the unease of feeling that we are not part of social connection. Examples of FoMO
When having dinner with friends, we feel extremely depressed when (72) ▲ to check our social network. Determined as we are to put aside phones, we can’t shift our (73) ▲ from them until we go to bed.
(74) ▲ behind FoMO
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Technology develops and social information explodes.
Images of online friends (75) ▲ more to us, compared to our real world friends. Some of us attempt to feel(76) ▲ A fulfilled on social network. We are constantly (77) ▲ for things that we didn’t do. Bad effects of FoMO
Communicating with friends in the virtual world gives(78) ▲ to the decline of important relationships with friends and family. Suggestions on avoiding ? FoMo Get (79) ▲ from the modern technology. Recognize that missing out is part of our life. Accept that (80) ▲ can sometimes be “a blessing in disguise”.
第五部分 书面表达（满分 25 分)
Popular University Majors in China
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你的短文应包含以下内容： 1.简要描述上图中热门专业的变迁（30 词左右)； 2.分析变迁的原因（1-2 个)； 3.介绍你未来的专业选择并说明原因（1-2 个)。 注意： 1.可参照图片中文字及下面文章开头所给提示作必要发挥。 2.词数 150 左右。开头部分已写好，不计入词数。 3.作文中不得提及考生所在学校和本人姓名。 Over the past 30 years, China has witnessed great changes in popular university majors.
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