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福建省泉州五中2011届高考模拟试题(英语)


泉州五中 2011 届英语高考模拟试题
May 13th,2011

本试卷分第一卷(选择题)和第二卷(非选择题)共四部分。第一卷 1 至 12 页,第 二卷 13 至 14 页。共 150 分。考试时间 120 分钟。 注意: 1. 考试证号由 9 位数字组成,前 5 位统一为 52011,后 4 位由你所在的班级数 和座位号组成。如果你在 1 班

,座位号是 24,你的考试证号为:520110124; 你在 14 班,座位号是 4,你的考试证号为:520111404。 2. 在答题卡的姓名处写上班级、姓名和座号,用钢笔或圆珠笔正确填入考试证 号,然后用 2B 铅笔填涂考试证号、科目英语和你选中的答案。 第一卷(三部分,共 115 分) 第一部分:听力测试(共两节,满分 30 分) 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 选项中选出最佳的选项,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. How will the man contact Laura? A. By phone. B. By e-mail. C. By short message. 2. What does the woman mean? A. It will be rainy tomorrow. B. The weather report is usually wrong. C. She will listen to the weather forecast later. 3. What are the speakers talking about? A. The man’s wife. B. The man’s childhood. C. The woman’s neighborhood. 4. Where is the party tonight? A. In the boats. B. By the trees. C. In the cafe. 5. Who broke the milk bottle? A. The boy’s sister. B. The boy. C. The cat. 第二节 (共 15 小题;每小题 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,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 至 8 题。
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6. Where are the speakers? A. At home. B. At an office. C. At a store. 7. What does the man want to buy first? A. A bed. B. A pen. C. Two chairs. 8. What does the woman suggest buying? A. Two desks. B. One dining table. C. One sofa. 听第 7 段材料,回答第 9 至 11 题。 9. What kind of business does the man’s company run? A. Printing. B. Designing. C. Exhibitions. 10. Why hasn’t the woman’s order been dealt with? A. It was lost. B. It went wrong. C. It was overlooked. 11. When will the woman’s order be done? A. By the end of the week. B. At the beginning of the next month. C. In six weeks. 听第 8 段材料,回答第 12 至 14 题。 12. What is the probable relationship between the speakers? A. Colleagues. B. Business partners. C. Customers and salesman. 13. Who are the gifts aimed at? A. Children. B. Teenagers. C. Younger fathers. 14. What’s the woman’s advice? A. Give out the same gifts. B. Advertise in the local newspaper. C. Have the company’s name on the gifts. 听第 9 段材料,回答第 15 至 17 题。 15. What do we know about the air transportation? A. It’s the safest way of transportation. B. Its insurance is cheaper than that of sea transportation. C. It’s the most expensive way of transportation. 16. Under what condition will the man suggest using sea transportation? A. When the goods aren’t easily broken. B. When the client doesn’t have much money. C. When the client has a large quantity of goods. 17. Why does the man usually recommend truck? A. It’s much cleaner. B. It’s much more flexible. C. It’s more economical in the use of labour. 听第 10 段材料,回答第 18 至 20 题。

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18. What does the speaker talk about? A. A CD tower. B. A CD player. C. A CD recorder. 19. What do we know about the product? A. It’s inflexible. B. It’s made of iron. C. It has a soft-touch mechanism. 20. How much do two units cost? A. $25. B. $35. C. $50. 第二部分:英语知识运用(共两节, 满分 45 分) 第一节 单项选择: 语法和词汇知识(共 15 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 15 分) 21. —Please tell Jane she has won the first prize in the English contest. — ! She never did so well before. A. Good luck B. That’s right C. Congratulations D. What a good surprise 22. —Was the test you took yesterday easy? — but easy, but I did my best. A. Anything B. Everything C. Nothing D. Something 23. If you are ____ about Australian cities, just read the book written by Dr Johnson. A. interested B. eager C. cautious D. curious 24. Statistics show that Shanghai subway lines will reach 350 kilometers by the end of this year, which makes the city No.3 in the world ______ subway length. A.according to B.in terms of C.on account of D. view of in 25. As we have time left, let’s discuss the matter _____ tea and cake. A. with B. in C. at D. over 26. The World Export Shanghai 2010 is more like a platform for cultural exchange, _______ people into closer contact with the rest of the world. A. having bringing B. to bring C brought. D. bringing 27. _____ is known to us all is that the 2012 Olympic Games will take place in London. A. It B. Which C. As D. What 28. When he was asked to go out for a walk, he said he was very busy and had not a minute to ______ . A. spend B. spare C. save D. share 29. For some time now, Chinese people, under the leadership of CPC, ______ the contents of the Scientific Development Theory in the course of practicing socialism in China. A. have improved B. have been improving C. were improving D. improved 30. There be any difficulty in passing the road test since you have practiced
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31. There’s growing unrest among the poor and unemployed. The media points out that it’s the government that should have a lot to ________. A. call for B. stand for C. answer for D. make for 32. His opinion was such a good one _________ his family all agreed to accept. A. which B. and C.that D.as 33. Misunderstandings arising from lack of social communication, if not ______ properly, may lead to serious problems. A. handling B. being handled C. handled D. to handle 34. It is in this very village _______ she will build her first school, _______ inspires everyone to help her. A. where; that B. that; which C. that; that D. which; that 35. Your essay _________ beautifully. Is it the one I saw you writing yesterday? A. is read B. was read C. reads D. read 第二节 完型填空(共 20 小题;每小题 1.5 分,满分 30 分) 阅读下面短文,撑握其大意,然后从 36—55 各题所给的四个选项(A、B、 C 和 D)中,选出最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 One evening I heard a loud crash in our quiet neighborhood. 36 that evening my wife had asked me to go to the store to get some soft drinks.It was a good time to let my teenage daughter Holly practice her 37 , so I sent her to the store in my truck.At dinner my son talked about how much he liked my 38 .I enjoyed having it, but I said: "Guy, my heart is not set on that truck.I like it but it is 39 metal and won' t last forever." After hearing the loud noise, the whole 40 ran outside.My son shouted: "Dad, Dad, Holly crashed your truck." My heart sank and my mind was 41 with conflicting thoughts.Was anyone hurt? Who else was involved? As I ran to the door, I heard a voice in my 42 say: "Here is a chance to show Holly what you really 43 .She' 11 never forget it." The accident had occurred in my own driveway.Holly had crashed my truck into our other car. Holly was 44 physically but when I reached her, she was crying and saying: " Oh, Dad, I’m sorry.I know how much you love this truck." I held her in my arms as she cried. Later that week a friend 45 by and asked what had happened to my truck.I told her the whole 46 .Her eyes moistened (润湿) and she said: "That happened to me when I was a girl.I 47 my dad' s car and ran into a log that had fallen 48 the road. ruined the car. I When I got home my Dad knocked me to the ground and began to kick me. Over 40 years later, she still felt the 49 of the night. was a deep wound on It her 50 .
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I remember how 51 Holly was on the night she crashed our truck, and how I 52 her.One day, when Holly thinks 53 on her life, I want her to know that I love her a thousand times more than any piece of property. I repaired the car, but the dent (凹陷) my truck is in 54 there today. Every day it reminds me of what really 55 in my life. 36.A.After B.Before C.Later D.Earlier 37.A.studying B.cooking C.driving D.operating 38.A.truck B.family C.neighbor D.house 39.A.still B.just C.also D.always 40.A.truck B.evening C.street D.family 41.A.flooded B.pleased C.surrounded D.surprised 42.A.heart B.house C.neighborhood D.truck 43.A.hate B.love C.refuse D.worry 44.A.beaten B.hurt C.unhurt D.worried 45.A.stood B.walked C.stopped D.drove 46.A.accident B.story C.adventure D.experience 47.A.gave B.bought C.rode D.borrowed 48.A.across B.through C.against D.over 49.A.accident B.pain C.car D.sorry 50.A.body B.head C.face D.soul 51.A.annoyed B.desperate C.disappointed D.sad 52.A.blamed B.scolded C.comforted D.beat 53.A.back B.forward C.up D.of 54.A.already B.still C.never D.no longer 55.A.works B.needs C.matters D.values 第三部分:阅读理解(共 20 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 40 分)

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Two Chinese farmers who became an overnight hit when their heart-rending version of a famous pop song appeared on the Internet took to the stage in front of thousands of fans in Shanghai last Saturday. Wang Xu, 44,and Liu Gang, 29, sang “In the Spring" alongside the song's star composer Wang Feng, in front of about 80,000 people at the Shanghai Stadium. The audience buzzed with excitement and let out deafening cheers, the moment as they were introduced on the stage and then when Liu started the first sentence of their parts of the song. The two migrant workers became stars after singing the tearjerker(催人泪下的) song during an evening drinking session in a 6-square-meter rented room in a late August evening. A friend recorded the performance on a cell phone and posted it on the Internet.
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“If someday I am dead, please bury me in the spring," they sing. Wang's penetrating chorus, delivered with his eyes closed, has moved thousands to tears. Wang and Liu consider the song a true portrait of lower-class groups like themselves. "With no credit card, no girlfriend, or a home with hot water, but only a guitar, I am singing happily, on streets, under bridges or in wild country, though nobody pays attention to the music," they sing. To support his wife and two sons, Wang came to Beijing in 2000 from the countryside and has worked as a boiler man, and street peddler, before becoming a medical warehouse keeper, with a monthly pay of around 1,500 yuan. Little is left after he pays 600 yuan for rent and buys food. Liu came to Beijing in 2002. “I wanted to try my luck in the big city, " he said. He had worked as a guard, roadside peddler, and porter, but never had a stable job. Street performing was his main income, even after he married and became a father three years ago. Wang and Liu are still uncertain where their fame will lead. Wang has started learning to use a computer. They even have a microblog( 微 博 ) account to communicate with fans. 56. Wang Xu and Liu Gang first became nationally known after______. A. they sang the song “In the Spring" with a star composer Wang Feng B. the video of them singing “In the Spring" was posted on the Internet C. they sang on streets and under bridges D. they started their microblog 57. People like Wang and Liu's version of “In the Spring” because ______ . A. they sang the song better than other singers B. they were introduced to the public by the song writer himself C. it was specially composed for them two D. it is a heartfelt expression of the two singers as migrant workers 58. It can be inferred from the passage that ______. A. migrant workers' conditions will be improved soon B. they will learn to write songs on computers C. a song showing people's real life and feelings is more likely to be accepted D. singers for migrant workers are more likely to become popular 59. The best possible title for the passage is______. A. Internet Farmer Stars Make Stage Appearance B. “In the Spring”—A Touching Song C. A Successful Internet Performance D. No Pains, No Gains

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Cyber language is popular among Chinese netizens, who create English words to reflect novel phenomenon in society. “Gelivable”, combining pinyin of Chinese characters Geili (giving strength) with the English suffix for adjectives, literally means “giving power” or “cool”. Similarly, “Hengelivable” means "very cool", and “ungelivable” means “dull, not cool at al”. “Antizen” referred to the group of college graduates who, earning a poor salary and living in small rented apartments, are like the tiny and laborious ants. David Tool, a professor with the Beijing International Studies University said it’s very interesting to combine Chinese with English to create new words. “English is no longer mysterious to the Chinese people. They can use the language in a flexible way according to their own experiences,” he said. Chinese words and expressions were created, as well, by netizens. One example was “Suan Ni Hen”. This three-character expression, which originally meant “you win” with the first character carrying the same pronunciation as garlic in Chinese, is used to satirize (讽 刺)high garlic and food prices this winter. Chinese people use the character “bei” before a verb to show a passive voice, and it is used by netizens to show the helplessness in front of false conclusions and fake media reports. For instance, “zisha” means “suicide” while “beizisha” means “be officially presumed to have committed suicide”, and xiaokang means “fairly comfortable life” while “beixiaokang” means “be said to be living a fairly comfortable life”. Wu Zhongmin, a professor at the Party School of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China, saw the phenomenon of word creation as a natural response of young people to social issues. “Cyber language is more vivid and it shortens people’s distances,” he said. 60.The passage mainly tells us that . A.cyber language is popular among all people B.cyber language is of great fun C.cyber language needs to be taught at college D.cyber language in China is popular for it’s relation with society 61.Which of the following is NOT true? A.Ungeilivable means “dull, not cool at all”. B.Antizens live in small rented apartments with small salaries. C.Suan Ni Hen refers to the highest food prices ever. D.Beixiaokang means “be said” to be living a comfortable life.

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62.What can we infer from the phenomenon of word creation? A.It’s getting more difficult to understand cyber language. B.Young people are more likely to respond to nature. C.Social phenomena are more easily reflected in cyber language. D.The best way to create new cyber words is to combine Chinese and English. 63.Chinese netizens created English words by . A.combining pinyin of Chinese characters with the English. 去掉 suffix B.using the character carrying the same pronunciation C.combining Chinese characters with the English D.putting the character “bei” before an English word

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For readers interested in contributing to help victims of the earthquake and tsunami that struck Japan and the Pacific region on March 11, 2011, here is a list of contact information and links for some agencies that plan to provide relief. Locating Loved Ones If you are looking for information on people in the quake zone, Google has opened a Person Finder page. Ushahidi, a crowd sourcing mapping tool, has set up a local platform for Japan that allows people in the area affected by the earthquake to text the location of people who may be trapped in damaged buildings. Inquiries concerning U.S citizens living or traveling in Japan should be referred to the U.S Department of State, Office of Overseas Citizens Services at 1 - 888 - 407 - 4747 or 202 647 -5225. Aid and Charitable Organizations Each of the following groups has set up fundraising sites specifically for the victims of Friday' s earthquake and tsunami. AMERICAN RED CROSS Red Cross officials say donors can text REDCROSS to 90999 and a $ 10 donation will automatically be charged to donor’s phone bill, or donations can be made directly on its Web site GLOBALGIVING.ORG. Global Giving is working with International Medical Corps, Save the Children, and other organizations on the ground to disburse funds to organizations providing relief and emergency services to victims of the earthquake and tsunami.Donors can text JAPAN to 50555 to give $ 10, and larger increases can be submitted on Global Giving' s Web site. THE SALVATION ARMY The Salvation Army has been providing food and shelter to Tokyo commuters who were stranded when public transportation was interrupted by the
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earthquake. They are to send a team to Sendai, a city about 250 miles from Tokyo, to assess the situation there.Text JAPAN or QUAKE to 80888 to make a $ 10 donation. (Make sure to respond “YES” to the Thank You message you receive. ) Donations can also be made on the organization' s Web site or by calling 1 - 800 SAL - ARMY. SAVE THE CHILDREN To make a donation, visit Save the Children’s Web site, call 1 - 800 - 728 3843 , or text JAPAN to 20222 to donate $ 10. SHELTERBOX.ORG Shelterbox. org is a disaster-relief organization that focuses on providing survival materials such as tents and cooking equipment to families displaced by disasters. UJA-FEDERATION OF NEW YORK Information is available on the organization's Web site or by calling (212) 836-1486. 64.What’s the best title for the passage above? A.Japan Earthquake and Tsunami B.International Organizations C.How to Help D.How to Donate Money 65.What does the word “text” mean in this passage? A.a passage in a book B.write something C.read messages D.send messages to 66.If you are an American and worried about your friend travelling in Japan, ______. A.you’d better give him a message B.you should call 1 -888 -407 -4747 or 202 647 -5225 C.you should get in touch with Ushahidi D.you can look for information on all of the Web sites 67. you want to make a donation of $ 10000 or more, you should get in touch with If ______. A.THE SALVATION ARMY B.AMERICAN RED CROSS C.GLOBALGIVING.ORG D.SHELTERBOX.ORGCDBC

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Should parents ever hit their children? Research suggests many of us are likely to respond “no”, and public support for spanking(打屁股) has been falling over the years.But surveys also show that 75 percent to nearly 90 percent of parents admit to spanking their child at least once. I was raised in a zero-tolerance home for disrespect, and my parents often turned to physical punishment.And, no, I don' t feel I was damaged by it. Nothing is more annoying than watching ill-mannered behavior from children. But there is data to suggest that a return to old-school spanking isn't the answer. Two years ago, Newsweek reported that it had found data suggesting that teens whose parents used physical punishment were more likely to become aggressive. Murray Straus, professor at the University of New Hampshire in America, has studied the topic of children and spanking for decades.He said that children who were physically punished have lower IQs than their peers.It may be that children with lower IQs were more likely to get spanked, but the punishment may have been counterproductive(反作用的)to their mental development, as well. Some researchers make the argument that occasional open-handed smacks(用 巴掌打)on the bottom are not only harmless but can have some benefit. Last year, Marjorie Gunnoe, a psychologist at Calvin College, studied teens who have never spanked. There are a greater number of children growing up without ever having been physically punished.Gunnoe’s research suggests they don' t turn out any better than those who were sometimes spank. There are some parents who simply cannot control their tempers(脾气) .But I still believe that the best parents are the ones who are able to offer fair and firm discipline without ever turning to physical punishment. 68.According to the first three paragraphs, the author was probably hit by her parents when . A.they were dissatisfied with her grade B.she showed no respect for the elder C.they cannot control their temper D.their discipline turns out to be not strict enough 69.According to Murray Straus, children who are physically punished____ _. A.are less aggressive toward others when they get older B.have slower physical development C.benefit from occasional spanking D.may develop lower IQs than their peer

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70.Which of the following statements is TRUE according to the article? A.40 percent of children grow up without ever being spanked B.Children who suffer less physical punishment are better students C.Occasional open-handed spanking on the bottom are mentally harmful D.Researchers disagree over whether smacking is mentally harmful to children 71.The author seems to agree that _ _____. A.parents should determine whether a child needs to be smacked or not B. children who have been spanked tend to behave better than those who haven't C.good parents discipline their children in a fair and reasonable way D.physical punishment should be the last resort(手段) of any parent

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In Greek mythology (神话) , fire is a gift from the God, stolen from Zeus 宙 ( 斯)by Prometheus and handed over to human suffering from cold.What could be more natural than sitting around a beautiful fire on a winter night, at a campsite in the Berkshires? Hard as it may be to believe, the fireplace—long considered a trophy (奖杯) , particularly in a city like New York —is acquiring a social shame.Among those who desire to be environmentally responsible , it is joining the ranks of bottled water and big houses. Sally Treadwell, a 51-year-old public relations executive in Boone, N.C., said nothing makes her happier than building a fire on a cold winter night. But most of the time she doesn’t, because she feels too guilty about the damage it may do to the environment. Every time she builds a fire, it causes “inner conflict,” she said. “It’s a guilty pleasure.” “The smoke from a fire smells very nice,” said Diane Baileym a senior scientist with the Natural Resources Defense Council in San Francisco. “But it can cause a lot of harm.” The tiny particles(颗粒)can cause illness, and can cross into the bloodstream, causing heart attacks as well as worsening other conditions. Growing concerns about the air pollution and health problems caused by smoke from wood fires are urging a number of areas across the country to pass laws regulating them.Idaho offers a tax cut to people who replace uncertified(不合格) wood stoves with “greene” ones; San Joaquin County in California for-bids selling a home unless its wood stove is replaced with an E. A. P. -certified one; and Palo Alto and other governments in California forbid wood-burning fireplaces in new construction.
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Certainly, many think otherwise.In any case, most fireplaces are used far too infrequently to cause any real damage to the environment, said Stephen Sears, the vice president of the Brick Industry Association , voicing an opinion shared by some. Perhaps not coincidentally, sales of wood-burning equipment dropped to 235,000 in 2009 from 800,000 in 1999, according to the Brick Industry Association. also reports that approximately 35,000 fireplaces were installed in the It United States in 2009, compared to 80,000 in 2005.Certainly those numbers reflect the economic slowdown, but they may also be affected by growing mixed feelings to wood fires. 72.We can infer from the 2nd paragraph that ____. A.a fireplace is viewed as a sign of success B.bottled water is a good companion for a fireplace C.big houses are not considered environment-friendly D.people in New York are laughed at for their tradition 73.Sally’s “inner conflict” in 3rd paragraph resulted from ____. A.her mixed emotion for the fireplace B.the damage to the environment C.the concern about her health D.her love for the fireplace 74.In terms of the regulations about wood fire we can learn from the passage that . A.uncertified fireplaces are forbidden in Edaho. B.only energy-efficient wood stove can be used in U.S.A. C.some people are against the wood-fire controlling regulations D.all the people support measures taken to control the use of fireplaces 75.What is the author’s purpose in writing the passage? A.To urge people to burn less wood. B.To discuss wood-burning’s impact. C.To indicate the cooling love for the fireplace. D.To throw light on the causes of the fireplace’s decline.

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泉州五中 2011 届英语高考模拟试题
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第四部分:写作(共两节,满分 35 分) 第一节:短文填词(共 10 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 10 分) 阅读下面短文,根据以下提示:1)汉语提示,2)首字母提示,3)语境 提示,在每个空格内填入一个适当的英语单词,并将该词完整地写在相对应的 横线上。所填单词要求意义准确,拼写正确。

May 3 rd, Friday Fine This afternoon, on my way to see a film, I saw a case f off a man’s bike. I shouted out to the man to stop him. But he didn’t hear me and _________ away. I was wondering what to do _________ I had an idea. I stopped a taxi and got into it w _________ the case. Soon we caught up with the man. G_________ the case back, he was so ___________(感激) that he offered me some money, but I refused it ___________(礼貌). Then the driver drove me to the_________ (电影院). When I paid him, the driver pushed my hand _________ said with a smile, “Neither will I accept your money, because your behavior touches me”. With these________, we said “Good- Bye” to each other and went separately.

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第二节:书面表达(满分 25 分) 假如你是泉州某中学高三学生,今年即将高中毕业。请根据以下要点给某英文 报写一篇英语短文,谈谈你对高三生活的看法。 (1)感谢所获得的帮助; (2)消除与同学之间的误会; (3)努力学习,实现人生梦想; (4)对学弟、学妹的建议。 注意:(1)可适当加入细节,以使行文连贯; (2)词数:120 左右 (3)学弟、学妹:the younger fellows
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泉州五中 2011 届英语高考模拟试题答案 2011/5/13

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6-10 AABAC 11-15 AABCB 16-20 CBACB 26-30 DDBBC 31-35 CDCBC 46-50 BDABD 66-70 BCBDD 51-55 DCABC 71-75 CCACC

完型:36-40 DCABD 41-45 AABCC 阅读:56-60 BDCAD 61-65 CCACD

短文填词:76.fall 77. rode 78.when 79. with 80. Getting 81. thankful (grateful) 82. politely 83. cinema 84. and 【参考范文】 High school is regarded as the best time in a person’s life. As a senior three student, it won’t take long before I graduate. Now, I have much to share with my fellow students. Firstly, I would like to show my appreciation to those standing by me all the way, teachers, parents and friends included. Without their help and advice, my life would be different. Secondly, it's high time to say sorry to classmates whom I hurt or misunderstood. Communication and smiles act as bridges to friendship. Above all, I’ve made up my mind to make every effort to study, for I believe hard work is the key to success. Just as the old saying goes, “no pains, no gains.” Finally I hope that all the younger fellows can make full use of time, because time and tide wait for no men. 85. words

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