东城区 2012—2013 学年度第二学期高三统一练习（一）
本试卷共 15 页，共 150 分。考试时长 120 分钟。考生务必将答案答在答题卡上，在试卷上作 答无效。考试结束后，将本试卷和答题卡一并交回。 第一部分：听力理解（共三节，30 分） 第一节（共 5 小题；每小题 1.5 分，
共 7.5 分） 听下面 5 段对话。每段对话后有一道小题，从每题所给的 A、B、C 三个选项中选出最佳选项。 听完每段对话后，你将有 10 秒钟的时间来回答有关小题和阅读下一小题。每段对话你将听一遍。 例：What is the man going to read? A．A newspaper. B．A magazine. C．A book. 答案是 A。 1. Who knows the best places for a bike ride? A. Harry. B. Mike. C. Linda. 2. When will the man probably meet Dr. Brown? A. On Monday. B. On Thursday. C. On Friday. 3. Where was the man during the storm? A. At home. B. In the car. C. In the open air. 4. What are they talking about? A. Who will pay for the lunch. B. When they will have lunch. C. What they will eat for lunch. 5. How does the man feel about the woman’s new blouse? A. It is really worthwhile. B. It follows a new fashion. C. It matches her skirt well. 第二节（共 10 小题；每小题 1.5 分，共 15 分） 听下面 4 段对话。每段对话后有几道小题，从每题所给的 A、B、C 三个选项中选出最佳选项。 听每段对话前，你将有 5 秒钟的时间阅读每小题。听完后，每小题将给出 5 秒钟的作答时间。每段 对话你将听两遍。 听第 6 段材料，回答第 6 至 7 题。 6. What is the woman doing? A. Asking for advice. B. Making an appointment. 7. What will the woman probably do next? A. Talk to the professor. B. Call the company. 听第 7 段材料，回答第 8 至 9 题。 8. Who are the speakers? A. Desk clerk and guest.
C. Offering help. C. Read the job ad.
B. Secretary and manager. C. House owner and agent. 9. Why does the man have to change his room? A. He has lost his room key. B. The air conditioning doesn’t work. C. His valuables have to be kept safe. 听第 8 段材料，回答第 10 至 12 题。 10. On which day will the man go to watch Nut Crackers? A. October 16th . B. October 17th . C. October 18th. 11. How much will the man pay for each ticket? A. $50. B. $100. C. $150. 12. What will the man have to do if he can’t go to the show? A. Go to the theatre to return the tickets. B. Cancel the reservation over the phone. C. Pay for the cancellation. 听第 9 段材料，回答第 13 至 15 题。 13. What are they mainly talking about? A. American school subjects. B. Financial aids in American schools. C. Application for American schools. 14. When should the woman take TOFEL and GRE? A. Before the end of the year. B. At the end of February. C. In the fall of the year. 15. What can we know about the man? A. Honest. B. Helpful.
第三节（共 5 小题；每小题 1.5 分，共 7.5 分） 听下面一段对话，完成第 16 至 20 五道小题，每小题仅填写一个词。听对话前，你将有 20 秒 ．． 钟的时间阅读试题，听完后你将有 60 秒钟的作答时间。这段对话你将听两遍。
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第二部分：知识运用（共两节，45 分） 第一节 单项填空（共 15 小题；每小题 1 分，共 15 分） 21. Mary _____ a photo of Professor Smith while he was making a speech. A. takes B. took C. would take D. has taken 22. _____the light in the hall will take more than money. A. Mending B. Mend C. Being mended D. To be mended 23. The young couple will have to rent a house, for their newly bought one _____. A. was decorated B. is being decorated C. will decorate D. had decorated 24. －Which city do you expect to live in?－I don’t mind where I live _____ there is my favourite job. A. so that B. in case C. as far as D. so long as 25. We had to spend three more hours waiting in ____cafe at the airport because ____ flight was delayed. A. a; the B. 不填; the C. the; 不填 D. a; a 26. My computer needs to be repaired. How much do you think it _____? A. would cost B. cost C. will cost D. has cost 27. My daughter, _____ job requires her to do a lot of travelling, is always away from home a lot. A. which B. that C. whose D. where 28. The young woman had her car _____ in the mud for two hours before the rescue workers arrived. A. trap B. trapping C. trapped D. to be trapped 29. I’d like to go to Tommy’s birthday party this evening, but I _____ just _____ from the flu. A. am…recovering B. will…recover C. was …recovering D. had…recovered 30. Glancing _____ his shoulder, Eric could see the dog was running after him. A. over B. across C. through D. onto 31. I wish I _____ the car journey home with my friends. Now they are watching the football match at home. A. will share B. have shared C. would share D. had shared 32. －I had a very boring weekend at home. －Why did you stay at home? You _____ with us. A. might hike B. could have hiked C. should hike D. must have hiked 33. －When would it be possible for Lucy to see the judge or _____ it was— the lawyer? －Next week. A. which B. whoever C. whose D. whatever 34. Proudly reading his poem, David glanced around the room, only _____ none of his classmates was listening to him. A. found B. finding C. find D. to find 35. How strange it is _____ the students are so quiet in the classroom! A. where B. when C. whether D. that 第二节 完形填空（共 20 小题；每小题 1.5 分，共 30 分） 阅读下面短文，掌握其大意，从每题所给的 A、B、C、D 四个选项中，选出最佳选项，并在答 题卡上将该项涂黑。
Twist was the name of an old champion racing horse. He was past thirty years old, but the heart of the true 36 still beat with the great spirit. However, I knew little about the 37 that the old horse’s spirit would have on my daughter. My daughter Stacy had ever had a 38 experience with a runaway horse. She was just eight at the time, and a terrifying 39 accompanied the disaster. Although she broke no bones, her 40 , love for horses and the desire to learn to ride were 41 . No matter how my wife and I tried, we had no 42 in curing the damage caused that day. But when she was thirteen, a turning point came. One day as I saw Stacy look into the eye of the 43 fellow in the stall(牲口棚), I knew this was going to be the beginning of a 44 relationship. Fortunately, Stacy’s accident had not weakened her love for 45 in general, and this small opening was all that Twist needed to create an unusual 46 . In the following weeks, Stacy began to express daily 47 in coming to the stall with me. She actively spent time with him, feeding, brushing and combing him, all the 48 talking to him about her life. Then one day 49 I was readying one horse for a ride, I noticed the old guy’s eager expression and desire to be 50 , too. So I asked Stacy if she wanted to take Twist out for a ride. In 51 , Stacy looked once again into the old man’s eye. That moment, their two spirits 52 and completed the bond that had been forming over a couple of months. Continuing to look deep into his eyes, Stacy didn’t 53 . She only nodded yes. Moments later, I saw them riding 54 together, Stacy winning renewed(重建的) confidence and desire, and Twist winning his medal of a child’s 55 . 36. A. jumper 37. A. wish 38. A. strange 39. A. attack 40. A. pride 41. A. destroyed 42. A. success 43. A. strong 44. A. serious 45. A. animals 46. A. impression 47. A. thanks 48. A. best 49. A. although 50. A. carried 51. A. response 52. A. rose 53. A. smile 54. A. off 55. A. spirit B. member B. ability B. rich B. fall B. skill B. ignored B. need B. old B. similar B. parents B. event B. interest B. way B. so B. included B. brief B. fought B. act B. on B. heart C. owner C. effect C. bad C. shake C. luck C. violated C. aim C. brave C. special C. friends C. style C. sympathy C. same C. as C. praised C. addition C. met C. think C. down C. agreement D. winner D. idea D. new D. task D. confidence D. reformed D. surprise D. poor D. formal D. fields D. bond D. opinions D. while D. because D. trained D. return D. recovered D. speak D. back D. dependence
第三部分：阅读理解（共两节，40 分） 第一节（共 15 小题；每小题 2 分，共 30 分） 阅读下列短文，从每题所给的 A、B、C、D 四个选项中，选出最佳选项，并在答题卡上将该项 涂黑。 A
It was the summer of 1936. The Olympic Games were being held in Berlin. I had trained, sweated and disciplined myself for 6 years on the running broad jump. A year before, as a college student at the Ohio State, I’d set the world’s record of 26 feet 8 1/4 inches. Nearly everyone expected me to win. I was in for a surprise. When the time came for the broad-jump trials, I was shocked to see a tall boy hitting the pit (坑) at almost 26 feet on his practice leaps. He turned out to be a German named Luz Long. He had easily qualified for the finals on his first attempt. A nervous athlete is an athlete who will make mistakes. I fouled (犯规) twice on my qualifying jumps. Walking a few yards from the pit, I kicked at the dirt disgustedly. Suddenly I felt a hand on my shoulder. I turned to look into the friendly blue eyes of Luz Long. “Hi, I’m Luz Long. I don’t think we’ve met.” “Glad to meet you,” I said. Then, trying to hide my nervousness, I added, “How are you?” “I’m fine. Something must be eating you. You should be able to qualify with your eyes closed.” He said. He seemed to understand my nervousness, and took pains to reassure me. Finally, seeing that I had calmed down somewhat, he said, “What does it matter if you’re not the first in the trials? Tomorrow is what counts.” All the tension left my body as the truth of what he said hit me. Confidently I qualified with almost a foot to spare. Luz broke his own record and pushed me on to a peak performance. The instant I landed from my final jump—the one which set the Olympic record of 26 feet 5 1/16 inches—he was at my side, congratulating me. 56. The author said “ I was in for a surprise” because he _____ A. beat Luz Long B. qualified for the final C. met a great competitor D. joined in the Olympic Games 57. What can we learn about the author from the passage? A. He remained confident in the Olympic Games. B. He had qualified for the finals on his first attempt. C. He had prepared for Berlin Olympics in Ohio State. D. He broke the world record of the running broad jump. 58. What is the passage mainly about? A. A reliable man in the Olympic Games. B. A memorable experience in the Olympics. C. A surprising result in the Olympic Games. D. A good suggestion on how to win in the Olympics. B Back those photos up The images were striking. Homes on the East Coast were washed away by Superstorm Sandy. People were in tears, picking up faded photographs, among their only remaining possessions. If that doesn’t move you to get serious about safekeeping your lifetime of memories, what will? The digital age offers tools never imaginable before—including one-click access to a lifetime of family photos. Here is a brochure on how to back up (存) your photos and save them online, where they can live forever and be accessible in good times and bad. Scanning The first step for those old photos is to scan them and save them to a digital format. Most printers come with scanners these days, so that’s an easy but extremely time-consuming step. Storing the photos With your scans in place, import the photos into your computer, and back them up.
You could make multiple copies of the disks and spread them to loved ones. Or you could choose external(外接的) hard drives or USB thumb drive, and add your photo and video collection from your computer. Online backup If you need lots of space, look at a pure online backup service, Caronite. Caronite backs up 300 million files daily. Once you sign up, it starts to pick up everything you have on your hard drive. But photo collection on your computer’s main hard drive charges for $59 a year. Cloud Storage For folks who don’t need automatic backup, but instead want to take a more active approach, Dropbox, Google Drive and Microsoft’s SkyDrive let you store files online by yourself, share and instantly access them. All offer free options—2GB of free storage for Dropbox, 5GB for Google and 7GB for SkyDrive. But if you want more, you need to pay. Bottom Line The hard drive or flash drive is the cheapest and easiest. But drives can fail. Online services are more expensive, but more secure. With more of us switching back and forth between our computers, such services are the best way to get access to our data from wherever we are. 59. Why does the author mention Superstorm Sandy? A. To tell the background of the scanning photos. . B. To attract the readers’ interest in the backups. C. To describe a severe natural disaster. D. To win the readers’ sympathy. 60. What can we know from the passage? A. Scanning photos takes little time but costs a lot. B. Caronite charges for backing up photos from hard drive. C. Google Drive offers unlimited free photo storage on line. D. The hard drive or flash drive is the cheapest and safest. 61. Which of the following allows storing files automatically? A. Caronite. B. Dropbox. C. SkyDrive. D. Flash drive. 62. The main purpose of the passage is to _____. A. tell real stories about storage services B. introduce some of the storage services C. describe the functions of storage services D. argue about the advantage of storage services C The Commonwealth games have meant that the eyes of the world have been focused on our fair city—Melbourne. And it would look pretty good, wouldn’t it? And what better way to regain our title as world’s most liveable city? I’m told that we recently lost the right to say this to foreign friends proudly when the international list was re-examined and we slipped to the fourth place. It’s hard to see how Melbourne could have lost its crown (桂冠) when you look at what it has to offer. 24 hours Coles, free transport for drunks on New Year’s Eve, a new freeway, it’s all here. The first focus for the international press will obviously be the endless stadiums dotted around the city. But as well as being full every other weekend, these great places often play host to slightly older kids. At Rod Laver, even the olds get a look-in as the Christian evangelical (教会的) road show rolls into town once a year for a night of stadium worship (崇拜).
Another pleasure Melbourne enjoys is that it’s very easy to get around. There’s a bit of a squeeze during rush hour for sure, but nothing like Bangkok, where the journey home can take longer than growing a beard and parking is barely distinguishable from the drive itself. Driving here is a piece of cake. It must be because the wise people who hand out the taxis seem to actively encourage a career behind the wheel within 24 hours of landing in the country as an educational tool for getting to know the city. No slowing down for learning bends, just go, go, go! As for the social life, with over 40 million bars in Melbourne’s CBD alone, we have plenty of places for spectators to celebrate national victory, making this town as good as any and it happens 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Unfortunately, the athletes themselves don’t get to smell the roses to the same degree. But the rest of the world will know that this is the place to be. The most liveable city in the world. By far the easiest place on earth to cheat death, which is essentially what we’re talking about. 63. In Paragraph 1 and 2 the author is wondering _____. A. how Melbourne has fallen behind B. when the international list was re-examined C. what they should do to regain the world’s focus D. whether Melbourne can offer greater convenience 64. What does the author mainly want to show in the passage? A. The casual life styles of Melbourne. B. The various social activities in Melbourne. C. The competitive advantages of Melbourne. D. The convenient transportation in Melbourne. 65. From the underlined sentence, we can infer the athletes _____. A. have minimum social activities B. take no interest in the beauty of the city C. are forbidden to live in the busy city centre D. are unwilling to celebrate the victory publicly 66. Which of the following shows the structure of the passage?
CP: Central Point P: Point
Sp: Sub-point (次要点) C: Conclusion
D Across countryside, non-food crops are growing alongside wheat. Some are used in new alternatives to plastics and other materials, but others will simply be burned. Burning crops is becoming more popular because it is good for the planet. Doing so is also cheaper than burning fossil fuels. As more land is devoted to non-food crop production, the economics of crops for fuel are likely to become even more favorable. Humans have been burning such biomass—organic materials from plants or animals—since they discovered fire. But that burning fossil fuels could have catastrophic consequences has brought biomass back into fashion. Even allowing for emissions(排放) of carbon dioxide from fuel used in planting, harvesting, processing and transporting biomass fuel, replacing fossil fuel with biomass can typically reduce greenhouse gas emissions by more than 90 per cent. Power stations around the world are experimenting with forms of biomass to add to their coal or oil, with encouraging results. Indeed, power companies could profit by turning to biomass, especially when the subsidies(补助) many governments offer for using renewable energy are taken into account. Farmers can benefit from growing biomass. In Europe, the reduction of subsidies for certain crops is exposing farmers to market forces. Instead of being paid for whatever they produce, farmers must seek a clear demand for their product. Many believe that the demand for alternatives to fossil fuels could be just such a driver. But while biomass offers a variety of potential alternatives, the world’s infrastructure(基础设施) has developed around burning fossil fuels to such a stage that switching to biomass involves a change in
conception that many companies have not accepted. Also, there are problems with using biomass. Although most coal-fired power stations could take a small amount of their fuel from biomass without significant adjustment, few are built to run on biomass alone. Burning some forms of biomass also causes environmental problems. Oils and waste can be smelly, while wood produces smoke unless burned properly. The supply chains for fossil fuels are set up well, but those for biomass are just the beginning. Sources of supply for biomass rely on farm production and can therefore be less reliable. They are necessarily limited and it wouldn’t make sense to turn a very large amount of valuable agricultural land away from food crops. But as the world adjusts to the need to control greenhouse gas emissions, these problems may receive more attention. 67. What do we know about biomass? A. It is a useful way of burning crops. B. It is a new alternative to be used widely. C. It is plant and animal matter used to provide power. D. It is a popular approach to fighting against pollution. 68. What are the advantages of using biomass? a. It gives off less greenhouse gases. b. It helps farmers receive subsidies for what they produce. c. It has met the clear demand for energy. d. It has brought subsidies for some power companies. e. It is cheaper than burning fossil fuels. A. a, b, c B. b, c, d C. c, d, e D. d, e, a 69. For coal-fired power stations, _____. A. more effective ways to use biomass have been tried B. using renewable energy has become their daily task C. burning biomass alone would require considerable changes D. setting up dependable supply channels needs governments’ support 70. What is the author’s attitude towards biomass fuels? A. Objective. B. Sceptical. C. Disapproving. D. Defensive. 第二节（共 5 小题；每小题 2 分，共 10 分） 根据短文内容，从短文后的七个选项中选出能填入空白处的最佳选项。选项中有两项为多余选项。 I know just how you feel Do you feel sad? Happy? Angry? You may think that the way you show these emotions is unique. Well, think again. Even the expression of the most personal feelings can be classified, according to Mind Reading, a DVD exhibiting every possible human emotion. 71 In the mid1800s, Darwin divided the emotions into six types—anger, fear, sadness, disgust, surprise and enjoyment. More complex expressions of emotion were probably learned and therefore more specific to each culture. But now it is believed that many more facial expressions are shared worldwide. 72 The Mind Reading DVD is a systematic visual record of these expressions. The project was designed by a Cambridge professor. His research team first had to define an “emotion”. 73 Using this definition, 412 emotion terms were identified and discussed, from “afraid” to “wanting”. Then each expression is acted out by six different actors. “It was really clear when the actors had got it right,” says Cathy Collis, who directed the DVD. “Although they were given some direction, the actors were not told which facial muscles they should move. 74 ”
Someone who has tried to set such rules is the American, Professor Paul Ekman, who built database of how the face moves for every emotion. The face can make 43 distinct muscle movements. Ekman has also found that it may not be possible for people to reproduce them artificially. The most difficult expression to reproduce is the smile. It isn’t only about stretching the lips, but tightening the tiny muscles around the eye. 75 If we learnt to recognize whether someone was using their eye muscle when they smiled, we would be able to distinguish true enjoyment from false. A. It shows 412 distinct ways we feel. B. These can be combined into more than 10,000 facial shapes. C. These particular muscles are difficult to control, and few people can do it. D. They decided that it was a mental state that could be introduced by “I feel” or “he looks ” or “she sounds”. E. He said the expression of these feelings was universal and recognizable by anyone, from any culture. F. It is as if they are programmed into the brains of “normal humans” wherever they are and whatever their races. G. We thought of trying to describe each emotion, but it would have been almost impossible to make clear rules for this. 第四部分：书面表达（共两节，35 分） 第一节 情景作文（20 分） 假设你是红星中学高三（1）班的学生李华，校报英文版正在开展以“汉语走向世界”为主题 的故事征集活动。请根据以下四幅图的先后顺序，将你在上个月为加拿大的表弟 Jack 邮寄汉语教 材的事情记述下来，向校报投稿。 注意：开头已给出。 词数不少于 60。
In recent years, learning Chinese has become popular among people around the world. Last month, ___________________________________________________ ________________________________________________ （请务必将情景作文写在答题卡指定区域内） 第二节 开放作文（15 分） 请根据下面提示，写一篇短文。词数不少于 50。
You are discussing the following picture with your English friend Jim. Now you are telling him how you understand the picture and what makes you think so.
东城区 2012—2013 学年度第二学期高三统一练习（一）
第一部分：听力理解（共三节，30 分） 第一节（共 5 小题；每小题 1.5 分，共 7.5 分） 1．A 2．C 3．C 4．A 5．C 第二节（共 10 小题；每小题 1.5 分，共 15 分） 6．A 11．C 7．B 12．B 8．A 13．C 9．B 14．A 10．B 15．B
第三节（共 5 小题；每小题 1.5 分，共 7.5 分） 每小题 1.5 分。如出现拼写错误不计分；出现大小写、单复数错误扣 0.5 分；如每小题超过一 个词不计分。 16. Wilson / WILSON 17. 1275 18. credit 19. counter
20. given / provided/ remembered 第二部分：知识运用（共两节，45 分） 第一节 单项填空（共 15 小题；每小题 1 分，共 15 分） 21．B 26．C 31．D 22．A 27．C 32．B 23．B 28．C 33．B 24．D 29．A 34．D 25．A 30．A 35．D
第二节 完形填空（共 20 小题；每小题 1.5 分，共 30 分） 36．D 37．C 38．C
41．A 46．D 51．A
42．A 47．B 52．C
43．B 48．D 53．D
44．C 49．C 54．A
45．A 50．B 55．B
第三部分：阅读理解（共两节，40 分） 第一节（共 15 小题；每小题 2 分，共 30 分） 56．C 61．A 66．D 57．D 62．B 67．C 58．B 63．A 68．D 59．B 64．C 69．C 60．B 65．A 70．A
第二节（共 5 小题；每小题 2 分，共 10 分） 71．A 72．F 73．D 74．G 75．C
第四部分：书面表达（共两节，35 分） 第一节 情景作文（20 分） 一、评分原则： 1．本题总分为 20 分，按 5 个档次给分。 2．评分时，先根据文章的内容和语言质量初步确定其档次，然后以该档次的要求来衡 量， 确定或调整档次，最后给分。 3．评分时应考虑：内容要点的完整性、上下文的连贯、词汇和句式的多样性及语言的准确性。 4．拼写、标点符号或书写影响内容表达时，应视其影响程度予以考虑。英、美拼写及词汇用 法均可接受。 5．词数少于 60，从总分中减去 1 分。 二、内容要点： 1. 收到邮件
第一档 完全完成了试题规定的任务。 ·覆盖了所有内容要点； ·运用了多样的句式和丰富的词汇； ·语法或用词方面有个别错误，但为尽可能表达丰富的内容所致；体现 了较强的语言运用能力； ·有效地使用了语句间的连接成分，所写内容连贯、结构紧凑。 完全达到了预期的写作目的。 完全完成了试题规定的任务。 ·覆盖了所有内容要点； ·运用的句式和词汇能满足任务要求； ·语法和用词基本准确，少许错误主要为尽可能表达丰富的内容所致； ·使用了简单的语句间连接成分，所写内容连贯。 达到了预期的写作目的。 基本完成了试题规定的任务。 ·覆盖了内容要点； ·运用的句式和词汇基本满足任务要求； ·语法和用词方面有一些错误，但不影响理解。
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第三档 12 分－14 分
基本达到了预期的写作目的。 第四档 6 分－11 分 未恰当完成试题规定的任务。 ·漏掉或未描述清楚主要内容； ·所用句式和词汇有限； ·语法或用词方面的错误影响了对所写内容的理解。 未能清楚地传达信息。 未完成试题规定的任务。 ·明显遗漏主要内容； ·句式单调、词汇贫乏； ·语法或用词方面错误较多，严重影响了对所写内容的理解。 未能传达任何信息；所写内容与要求无关。
第五档 1 分－5 分 0分
四、One possible version In recent years, learning Chinese has become popular among people around the world. Last month, I received an email from my cousin Jack in Canada. He said he was enthusiastic about Chinese, and asked me to find him some books intended for Chinese beginners. I was very pleased to do such a favor. So I went from one bookstore to another, hoping to find something suitable for him. Finally I selected a set of Chinese textbooks among a variety of similar ones. Then I went to a post office to have them delivered by air without delay. Several days later, I received Jack’s email, saying that he really appreciated the books I had sent. I’m very glad that Jack is beginning to learn Chinese just like many other foreigners abroad, although I know it may be an enjoyable challenge for him. 125 第二节 开放作文（15 分） 一、评分原则： 1．本题总分为 15 分，按 4 个档次给分。 2．评分时，先根据文章的内容和语言质量初步确定其档次，然后以该档次的 要求来衡量，确定或调整档次，最后给分。 3．评分时应考虑：文章是否扣题，结构是否完整，内容是否充实、健康，思 维是否活跃，逻辑是否清晰，语言是否规范，交际是否得体。 4．拼写、标点符号或书写影响内容表达时，应视其影响程度予以考虑。英、 美拼写及词汇用法均可接受。 5．词数少于 50，从总分中减去 1 分。 二、各档次的给分范围和要求：
第一档 完全完成了试题规定的任务。 ·内容充实，体现了活跃的思维和清晰的逻辑； ·交际得体，表达时充分考虑到了交际对象的需求； ·体现出较能力。 完全达到了预期的写作目的。 基本完成了试题规定的任务。 ·内容、逻辑和交际等方面基本符合要求； ·所用语法和词汇满足了任务的要求； ·语法或用词方面有一些错误，但不影响理解。 基本达到了预期的写作目的。 未恰当完成试题规定的任务。 ·表达未能切题； ·所用词汇有限，语法或用词方面的错误影响了对写作内容的理解。 未能清楚地传达信息。
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9 分－12 分 第三档 4 分－8 分
第四档 1 分－3 分 0分 三、Possible version
未完成试题规定的任务。 ·写了少量相关信息； ·语法或用词方面错误较多，严重影响了对写作内容的理解。 未传达任何信息；所写内容与要求无关。
Jim, look at this funny picture! One boy has just caught a fish from a shallow basin in the boat, looking quite content with himself. But it is the only fish in the basin. Obviously, he can’t get more. Compared with him, the other boy, who is fishing from the river, seems not to have tasted the fruits of victory, but he keeps calm and still works hard. We know there are a wide variety of fishes in the lake; if he holds on, he will sure catch more fish than the boy fixing his eyes on the only fish in the basin. In reality, we should be a person with a grand vision. Put our mind to a better harvest and I think extra effort will pay us off in the end. 附：听力录音材料 Text 1 M: Linda, how about going for a bike ride over the weekend? W: Sure, Mike. Where shall we go? M: Let’s call Harry and ask him. He always knows the best places to go. Text 2 W: Dr. Brown’s office. May I help you? M: Yes. This is John Smith. I’d like to make an appointment to see Dr Brown. What time is best for me to see him? W: Well, let me see. Dr. Brown is busy from Monday to Thursday. He is free on Friday afternoon. M: OK, I’ll see him then. Text 3 W: What did you do during the storm, James? M: Stayed in my car. W: Why didn’t you drive back home? I was worried about you. M: My car broke down. Text 4 M: This lunch is on me today. W: I think you got it last time. M: It’s my pleasure. Let me pay the bill. Text 5 M: Lucy, you look nice with that blouse on today. It goes so well with your skirt. W: Thank you. I happened to see it yesterday in a fashion shop and there was only one left in my size. And what’s cool is that it only costs me 18 pounds. Text 6 W: Prof. Mill, may I have a talk with you? I’ve got a problem. M: Oh, yes, Mary.
W: I’ve been looking for a job as a translator. I read a job ad in today’s newspaper for an English interpreter. But I am afraid I am not qualified. M: Why? W: They said they want someone experienced. M: It’s not difficult. If I were you, I would call the company and tell them I’m a quick learner and I would not let them down if they could give me a chance. W: That’s a good idea. Prof. Mill, thank you very much! Text 7 W: Good morning, Mr. Black. I’m afraid that the air conditioning in your room needs repair. We would like to request you to change your room. We are very sorry for the inconvenience. M: OK. Well. I suppose I have no choice. W: What time is the most convenient for you to change rooms, sir? M: I’m going out in about half an hour. W: What time will you be back? M: Oh, around seven o’clock, I suppose. W: We could move your luggage while you are out. But could you take any valuables with you? You may pick up your new room key from the Front Desk when you return. M: I’ll do that. W: Thank you very much, sir. Text 8 M: Hello. Is this People’s Theatre? W: Yes, it is. May I help you? M: Yes. Are the tickets for Nut Crackers still available? W: What date, sir? M: October 16 th or 17 th. W: Let me see. Oh, sorry, the tickets for October 16 th and 17 th are sold out. But we still have some tickets left for October 18 th. M: Let me see. October 18th. Oh, it’s Saturday. I think it’s OK. W: Which performance? M: 7:30 p.m. performance, please. W: OK. We have tickets at 50 dollars, 100 dollars and 150 dollars. M: I’d like to reserve two seats for 150 dollars, please. W: All right. May I have your name, please? M: David Johnson. W: When would you like to collect the tickets? M: Tomorrow. W: We can hold them until one day before the show. M: How do we cancel, just in case? W: Just telephone us. We don’t charge for cancellation. M: All right, thank you very much. Good bye. W: You are welcome. Text 9 M: Hi, Amy. W: Hi, Tommy. I was just looking for you.
M: What’s up? W: Which term should I apply for the schools? M: Usually, American schools start in the fall, about the end of August. You can apply for the spring term as well, but your chance of getting financial aids is lower. W: For the fall term, when should I send the application materials? M: All the application materials should arrive at the schools before the end of February to make sure you get full attention. You’d better start early since it takes 10 days for letters to get there. W: I got the forms for taking TOFEL and GRE. When do you think I should take them? M: It takes a month for the score to get to schools, so you’d better take them before the end of this year if you apply for the fall of next year. W: I’m going to apply for ten schools. It will cost me a fortune to send the scores to every school. M: Plus the application fees, $20 to $50 for each school. Good luck. Text 10 M: Hello. Fourth Street Police Station. Can I help you？ W: Yes. I’m calling to report a missing credit card. M: What’s the card number, miss? W: Oh, I don’t remember. M: What’s your name and address? W: Janet Wilson. W-I-L-S-O-N, 1275 Greenlake Road, Florence, Italy. M: I see. Janet Wilson, 1275 Greenlake Road, Florence, Italy. You are not an American citizen, are you? W: No, I’m an Italian. Does that matter? M: Oh, no, no. Did you say your card was lost or stolen? W: Stolen. I left my purse on the counter in the shopping mall while I went to the fitting room to try the dress on. M: When did you discover it was stolen? W: I didn’t discover until I went to pay. Do you think there is anything you could do? Someone may be charging things to my credit this very minute. M: You don’t need to worry, Miss Wilson. Once we get your card number, your card won’t work all over the world within 30 seconds simply by informing the terminal. W: Oh, I’m so relieved to hear that. Thank you very much. M: That’s all right.
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