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2012 学年杭州二中高三年级第五次月考
英语测试卷
第I卷 第一部分:英语知识运用(共两节,满分 30 分) 第一节:单项填空(共 20 小题;每小题 0. 5 分,满分 10 分) 从 A、B、C 和 D 四个选项中,选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项,并在答题纸上将该选 项标号涂黑。 1. --- I think you’d better type this

letter again before Mr. Smith sees it. --- Oh, dear! _____ A. Who cares? B. No problem. C. I don’t mind at all. D. Is it as bad as that? 2. An accident happened at _____ crossroads a few meters away from _____ bank. A. a; a B. /; a C. /; the D. the; / 3. Police are now searching for a woman who is reported to _____ since the flood hit the area last Friday. A. have been missing B. have got lost C. be missing D. get lost 4. The old lady’s hand shook frequently. She explained to her doctor _____ this shaking had begun half a year before, and _____, only because of this, she had been forced to give up her job. A. when; how B. how; when C. how; how D. why; why 5. I intended to compare notes with a friend, but unfortunately _____ couldn’t spare me even one minute. A. they B. one C. who D. it 6. Do you think this shirt is too tight _____ the shoulders? A. at B. on C. to D. across 7. The Harry Potter books are quite popular; they are in great _____ in this city. A. quantity B. progress C. demand D. production 8. George is going to talk about the geography of his country, but I’d rather he _____ more. A. focus B. focused C. would focus D. had focused 9. Frank’s dream was to have his own shop _____ to produce the workings of his own hands. A. that B. in which C. by which D. how 10. The secretary arranged a(n) _____ time and space for the applicants to have an interview. A. important B. spare C. public D. convenient 11. I think you’ll grow _____ him when you know him better. A. liking B. to be like C. to like D. to be liking 12. Though having lived abroad for years, many Chinese still _____ the traditional customs. A. perform B. possess C. observe D. support 13. “Life is like walking in the snow”, Granny used to say, “because every step _____. A. has shown B. is showing C. shows D. showed 14. The Town Hall _____ in the 1800’s was the most distinguished building at that time. A. to be completed B. having been completed C. completed D. being completed 15. Thousands of people _____ to watch yesterday’s match against Ireland. A. turned out B. turned in C. turned around D. turned on
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16. It was a nice house, but _____ too small for a family of five. A. rarely B. fairly C. rather D. pretty 17. When deeply absorbed in work, _____ he often was, he would forget all about eating or sleeping. A. that B. which C. where D. when 18. I hope I will not be called on in class as I’m not yet _____ prepared. A. attentively B. readily C. actively D. adequately 19. We _____ the difficulty together, but why didn’t you tell me? A. should face B. might face C. could have faced D. must have faced 20. ---Look at those clouds! ---Don’t worry. _____ it rains, we’ll still have a great time. A. Even if B. As though C. In case D. If only 第二节:完形填空(共 20 小题,每小题 1 分,满分 20 分) 阅读下面短文,掌握其大意,然后从 21~40 各题所给的四个选项(A、B、C 和 D)中, 选出最佳选项,并在答题纸上将该选项标号涂黑。 I was walking down the road one day when my cell phone rang. 21 voice on the other end spoke to me, “Dad, please come back soon. I miss you so much!” I judged that it was a 22 number. A little while later, the call came once again, so I rudely 23 , “Stop calling me again!” and then 24 . During the following days, I got the same call 25 . But I didn’t care much about it. Then one day she constantly called me, 26 I didn’t answer. Finally I answered the phone and heard a weak voice, “Dad, please come back. I miss you so much! Dad, I’m 27 so much pain! Mom said you were too busy to take 28 of me. But, dad, please 29 me again, OK?” The innocent 30 was difficult to reject. I made a 31 kiss on the phone and heard the weak voice say, “Thank you…Dad, I am so…happy, so…happy…” Shortly after this, I became 32 about who had been on the other end of my phone. So I called back, and a woman answered, “Sorry, sir. I am really sorry to have 33 you. My daughter has suffered from bone cancer 34 she was born. And her father…died in an 35 a short while ago. I dare not tell her this 36 . Poor baby. When she couldn’t 37 the painful chemotherapy(化疗), she would cry for her dad, who had always 38 her. I really couldn’t bear it, so I gave her a 39 phone number?” “How is your daughter now?” I couldn’t wait to ask. “She has 40 . You must have kissed her on the phone, because she went with a smile, tightly holding the cell phone…” Tears blurred my eyes…. 21. A. A boy’ s B. A child’s C. My daughter’s D. My son’s 22. A. bad B. different C. new D. wrong 23. A. screamed B. blamed C. returned D. replied 24. A. hung up B. hung on C. held on D. held up 25. A. here and there B. now and then C. more or less D. sooner or later 26. A. so that B. in case C. as if D. even though 27. A. near B. on C. in D. at 28. A. care B. control C. notice D. charge
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29. A. comfort 30. A. suggestion 31. A. soft 32. A. surprised 33. A. troubled 34. A. when 35. A. invitation 36. A. fate 37. A. receive 38. A. encouraged 39. A. regular 40. A. passed away

B. kiss B. command B. sweet B. curious B. confused B. since B. event B. reason B. fight B. amused B. random B. passed out

C. pat C. request C. low C. interested C. interrupted C. as C. accident C. story C. stand C. satisfied C. typical C. passed through

D. encourage D. inquiry D. loud D. cautious D. reached D. while D. affair D. news D. face D. tutored D. nonexistent D. passed by

第二部分:阅读理解(第一节 20 小题,第二节 5 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 50 分) 第一节:阅读下列材料,从每题所给的四个选项(A、B、C 和 D)中,选出最佳选项,并 在答题纸上将该选项标号涂黑。 A Several animal species including gorillas in Rwanda and tigers in Bangladesh could risk extinction if the impact of climate change and extreme weather on their habitats is not addressed, a UN report showed on Sunday. Launched on the sidelines of global climate negotiations in Durban, the report by the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization shows how higher temperatures, the rise in sea levels, deforestation and excessive land use have damaged the habitats of certain species, especially in Africa. “Many ecosystems have already been stressed by increasing population, historical and recent deforestation, unsustainable management practices and even invasive (入侵的) species,” Eduardo Rojas-Briales, assistant director general at the FAO's forestry department, said at the launch of the report. The most affected areas include mountains, isolated islands and coastal areas, which limit the possibilities for animals to migrate elsewhere and create new habitats. “The remaining populations become surrounded in very small ecosystems, they have inbreeding (近亲交配) problems ... and at the end these species may disappear,” he added. Other examples of affected animals included elephants in Mali, lions in the Serengeti and crocodiles in Malawi. The report said an estimated 20-30 percent of plant and animal species will be at higher risk of extinction due to global warming and a significant proportion of native species may become extinct by 2050 as a consequence. Other consequences could include the spread of invasive species and infectious diseases, it said. The report urges more focus on restoration of damaged ecosystems, especially those key to dealing with climate change such as mangroves(红树林), inland waters, forests, savannahs(非洲 大草原) and grasslands. The FAO also called for the creation of migration corridors for animals in areas where their movement was limited.
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The organization said while more resources were flowing to biodiversity conservation, more action at the government and policy level was needed. It also urged local communities to develop projects that mitigate the impact of climate change on wildlife, naming eco-tourism activities as an example. 41. What does the author tell us in Paragraph 2? A. The theme of global climate negotiations in Durban. B. The subject of research done by Eduardo Rojas. C. Harmful effects of damage done to ecosystems. D. Causes of damage done to ecosystems. 42. Why are animals living in mountains, islands and coastal areas most affected? A. They are frequently attacked by invasive species and infectious diseases. B. They have difficulty finding enough food for survival. C. They have little chance of moving to other places. D. They can hardly find mates to produce their young. 43. To avoid extinction of some animal species, the UNFAO suggested all the following ways EXCEPT ______. A. restoring damaged ecosystems B. limiting world population growth C. creating movement channels for animals D. urging governments and local communities to take action 44. What does the underlined word “mitigate” in the last paragraph mean? A. Make something become less serious. B. Make full use of something. C. increase or further improve something C. Move from one place to another. 45. What would serve as the best title for the passage? A. Climate change and ecotourism B. Global warming and its consequences C. Animals at risk due to climate change D. Solutions to animal distinction B Here are the comments on CRI given by people from different countries on the Internet. People Yingtian Hu, Guangzhou,China Comments This is the first time that I participate in CRI. And I like it very much. I hope its website will become the most excellent one with the foreign languages. And I choose the important news which I think has a great influence on our society and our lives. In the end, I hope that more and more persons join in CRI and make it perfect! I am Mr.Sujan Parajuli, aged 27, and I am both a regular listener of CRI and visitor of its wonderful Website. First of all, I would like to extend my heartfelt thanks to CRI for its great efforts to keep the listeners up-to-date during the year 2008. We, the listeners, are greatly grateful to CRI for its praise-worthy efforts to quench the thirst of its dear listeners. During the Year 2008, I found all of your programs quite interesting, informative and educational. Once again, thanks a lot for offering bonanza of information, news, entertainment and many items which have indeed broaden the horizons of our knowledge and
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Sujan Parajuli, Select city, Nepal

understanding as well. A.K.M. Nuruzzaman, Bangladesh I would like to thank CRI for reminding us the most important news which CRI presents us. CRI is the only source to know Chinese domestic news. I always try to listen to it. The most spectacular news this year to me was the 2008 Beijing Olympics. With CRI, I was impressed by China’s rapid development in all spheres. But I felt so sorry to get to know about the snowstorms in China and Wenchuan earthquake. CRI and CCTV play a great role in introducing China to the world! Kudos! My friends and I wish CRI all the best! My family and I are all keen on Chinese Culture, especially the beautiful Chinese folk music. Various interesting programs by CRI just open a window for us foreigners, through which we can know more about China and have a better understanding of the Chinese culture. Best wishes to CRI! Best wishes to China!

Ibrahim Rustamov Tajikistan

Mike Thatcher London

46. Based on the comments above, which of the following about CRI is FALSE? A. CRI has a website with many different foreign languages. B. CRI offers many radio programs such as news and entertainment. C. CRI is China’s radio station, which broadcast in one language---Chinese. D. CRI is a good source to know Chinese news. 47. Which of the following benefits of CRI on its listeners is NOT mentioned above? A. CRI helps its listeners to better understand China. B. CRI helps its listeners broaden their knowledge with its rich contents. C. CRI helps to keep its listeners up-to-date. D. CRI helps its listeners to practice and improve foreign languages. 48. The underlined phrase “quench the thirst” refers to _____. A. supply something to drink B. satisfy one’s need C. take care of D. keep in touch with 49. What can be concluded from the five comments? A. CRI has made great efforts to make itself better and gained popularity. B. Wonderful as CRI is, there are still many weaknesses. C. CRI plays an important role in introducing the world to China. D. CRI has a great influence on our society and lives. C We all think we know what happiness is. We all seem to be making great efforts towards this goal of happiness but what is it really? It is an agreed fact that all the creatures want happiness and are afraid of pain and sadness. The question, however, is “What is real happiness?” What really is called happiness? The desire for happiness has no meaning without understanding the real nature of happiness. Some thinkers say, “Happiness does not lie in objections of enjoyment; happiness or unhappiness lies in imagination.” To prove their belief, they give examples like the following one: A man has a two-storey house; on the right is a five-storey building and on the left a cottage. When he sees right, he feels unhappy and when he sees left he feels happy. As such happiness does not lie in possession of sensory objects, but in imagination. They advise people to look
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towards those who have fewer possessions and be happy. If you look towards people having more wealth, you will always be unhappy. It is unreasonable to hold this point of view. It is unkind to regard one happy by imagining that one is better than the poor and the unhappy. “If you want to be happy, look towards the poor.” We know that those poor people cannot satisfy even their basic needs. This attitude satisfies the sense of pride of possession, but this can never be called happiness. Unless we really find where happiness lies, we cannot really be happy. Some ask people to do this and do that and say, “This way your desire will be satisfied. You would get the desired objects and become happy.” People holding these views regard happiness as satisfaction of desires. But it is not possible to satisfy one’s desires because there are countless desires of countless people and the material things are limited. Then new desires arise as soon as the previous ones are satisfied. Therefore, desires, which are changing all the time, can never be satisfied. Happiness is a characteristic of a good life, that is, a life in which a person fulfills human nature in an excellent way. People have a set of purposes which are typically human: these belong to our nature. Happiness is also a condition that must be prepared for, cultivated, and defended privately by each person. People who learn to control inner experience will be able to determine the quality of their lives and come to being happy. Happiness lies in the distribution of easiness among others. Happiness stands for forgiveness and justice. Happiness is the name of struggle and courage. Happiness may be founded in seeking of true knowledge and rule of wisdom. Happiness may be shared in service and duty. This life is combination of joys and sorrows, and honest efforts should be done to make this life journey full of happiness, love, peace and harmony. 50. What is the purpose of the text? A. To show how to achieve happiness. B. To encourage people to achieve happiness. C. To explain the features of happiness. D. To argue how to understand happiness. 51. According to the text, people who think happiness lies in imagination will try to achieve happiness by ______. A. looking towards those with fewer possessions B. looking towards people having more wealth C. imagining how rich you will be in the future D. imagining that you have a five-storey building 52. The author doesn’t think that happiness lies in satisfaction of desires because _______. A. no desires of a person can be satisfied at all B. ever-changing desires can never be satisfied C. there isn’t enough money to meet people’s needs D. the desires of a person are limited 53. In the author’s opinion, happiness _______. A. can be achieved easily by earning money B. must belong to those with rich knowledge C. can be gained by setting small goals D. can be gained by controlling inner experience 54. According to the last paragraph, who can have happiness? A. Jack who often struggles with others. B. Tom who enjoys a high standard of living. C. Mike who always forgives others’ mistakes. D. Tim whose requirements are always met. D
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My grandson, Daniel, and I have always been very close. When Daniel’s father remarried after a divorce, Daniel, who was eleven, and his little sister, Kristie, came to live with us. My husband and I were more than happy to have kids in the house again. Things were going along just fine until the diabetes (糖尿病) I’ve lived with most of my adult life started affecting my eyes, and then more seriously, my kidneys (肾). Then everything seemed to fall apart. Three times a week, I had to go to the hospital to be hooked up to a dialysis machine (透析 机). I was living, but I couldn’t really call it a life --- it was an existence. I had no energy. I dragged myself through daily chores and slept as much as I could. My sense of humor seemed to disappear. Daniel, seventeen by then, was really affected by the change in me. He tried as hard as he could to make me laugh, to bring back the grandma who loved to clown around (开玩笑) with him. Even in my sorry state, Daniel could still bring a smile to my face. But things were not improving. After a year on dialysis, my condition was deteriorating (恶 化) and the doctors felt that if I didn’t receive a kidney transplant within six months, I would surely die. No one told Daniel this, but he knew --- he said all he had to do was look after me. To top it off, as my condition worsened, there was a chance that I would become too weak to have the transplant surgery at all, and then there would be nothing they could do for me. So we started the tense and desperate wait for a kidney. I was adamant (坚决的) that I didn’t want a kidney from anyone I knew. I would wait until an appropriate kidney became available, or I would literally die waiting. But Daniel had other plans. The time that he took me to my dialysis appointments, he did a little secret research on his own. Then he announced his intention to me. “Grandma, I’m giving you one of my kidneys. I’m young and I’m healthy …” He paused. He could see I wasn’t at all happy with his offer. He continued, almost in whisper, “And most of all, I couldn’t stand it if you weren’t around.” His face wore an expression of appeal mixed with determination. He can be as stubborn as a mule (驴) once he decides on something --- but I’ve been told many times that I can out-stubborn any mule! We argued. I couldn’t let him do it. We both knew that if he gave up his kidney, he would also give up his life’s dream; to play football. It was all he ever talked about. And he was good, too. Daniel was co-captain and star defensive tackle (防守阻截队员) of his high school team; he expected to apply for a football scholarship and was looking forward to playing college football. He just loved the sport. “How can I let you throw away the thing that means the most to you?” I pleaded with him. “Grandma,” he said softly, “compared to your life, football means nothing to me.” After that, I couldn’t argue anymore. So we agreed to see if he was a good donor (捐赠者) match, and then we’d discuss it further. When the tests came back, they showed Daniel was a perfect match. That was it. I knew I wasn’t going to win that argument, so we scheduled the transplant. Both surgeries went smoothly. As soon as I came out of the anesthesia (麻醉) , I could tell things were different. I felt great! The nurses in the intensive care unit had to keep telling me to lie back and be quiet --- I wasn’t supposed to be that lively! I was afraid to go to sleep, for fear I would break the spell (魔法) and wake up the way I had been before. But the good feeling didn’t

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go away, and I spent the evening joking and laughing with anyone who would listen. It was so wonderful to feel alive again. The next day they moved me out of ICU and onto the floor where Daniel was recuperating (复原) three doors away. His grandfather helped him walk down to see me as soon as I was moved into my room. When we saw each other, we did not know what to say. Holding hands, we just sat there and looked at each other for a long time, overwhelmed by the deep feeling of love that connected us. Finally, he spoke, “Was it worthwhile, grandma?” I laughed a little ruefully (懊悔). “It was for me! But was it for you?” I asked him. He nodded and smiled at me. “I’ve got my grandma back.” And I have my life back. It still amazes me. Every morning, when I wake up, I thank God --and Daniel --- for this miracle. A miracle born of the purest love. 55. Grandma’s diabetes brought about all the following EXCEPT that _______. A. her eyes and her kidneys were affected B. grandma became quite a different person C. Daniel had to be sent back to his father D. everything was thrown into confusion 56. When grandma was at her lowest, what did Daniel do to bring her back to her usual life? A. He tried his best to make her laugh. B. He helped her with the daily chores. C. He gave up his dream of going to college. D. He searched desperately for a good donor match. 57. How did grandma feel when Daniel announced his intention to give her one of his kidneys? A. She was moved by his selfless decision. B. She wasn’t at all happy with his offer. C. She felt relieved that an appropriate kidney was available. D. She was enthusiastic about having a kidney of someone she loved. 58. What would giving up a kidney mean to Daniel, according to the passage? A. He wouldn’t be young and healthy thereafter. B. He didn’t have to search for a good match any more. C. He could apply for a full scholarship to a college he desired. D. He would also give up his life’s dream: to play football. 59. How was grandma when she came out of the anesthesia after the surgery? A. She was feeling low. B. She was full of life. C. She was exhausted. D. She was the way she had been before. 60. Which of the following statements is NOT true according to the passage? A. Grandma got her life back thanks to Daniel’s selfless donation. B. Grandma thought her returning to life was a miracle of pure love. C. Daniel agreed with grandma that the transplant was worthwhile for her, not for him. D. Much as he loved football, grandma’s life meant the most to Daniel. 第二节:阅读下列材料,从所给的六个选项(A,B,C,D,E 和 F)中,选出符合各小题要求的 最佳选项。选项中有一项是多余选项。 The following people are expressing their thoughts (61--65) to show their concern for food, environment and so on. After that are pieces of related information (A--F). Now decide which piece of information would be most suitable for the thought and idea mentioned in questions 61---65 and mark your answer letter (A---F) on your answer sheet. There is one extra paragraph
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which you do not need to use. ______61. How I was struck by the clear water and fresh air in my childhood! But everything has changed, that is, the clear water and fresh air are nowhere to be found again as they were. Above all, a great deal of waste hardly rots away. ______62. More and more people are beginning to have a good knowledge of the importance of a safer and cleaner environment, which in turn forces the business to be cleaned up. ______63. Organic products are getting more and more popular among people, but we should know the fact that organic products might also have something to do with pesticides. ______64. I’m very much fond of growing some vegetables of my own in my small garden, for many vegetables on sale in markets are actually becoming more and more dangerous as a result of widespread pesticides. ______65. Nowadays it is very convenient for consumers to find and buy green food in supermarkets as they are clearly marked. A.“Organic (有机的) produce is always better, "Gold said." The food is free of pesticides (农药), and you are generally supporting family farms instead of large farms. And more often than not it is locally grown and seasonal, so it is more tasty.” Gold is one of a growing number of shoppers buying into the organic trend, and supermarkets across Britain are counting on more like him as they grow their organic food business. B. Market research shows that Gold and others who buy organic food can generally give clear reasons for their preferences — but their knowledge of organic food is far from complete. For example, small amounts of pesticides can be used on organic products. And about three quarters of organic food in Britain is not local but imported to meet growing demand. "The demand for organic food is increasing by about one third every year, so it is a very fast-growing market, "said Sue Flock, a specialist in this line of business. C. Many cities around the world today are heavily polluted. Careless methods of production and lack of consumer demand for environment-friendly products have contributed to the pollution problem. One result is that millions of tons of glass, paper, plastic, and metal containers are produced, and these are difficult to get rid of. D. However, today, more and more consumers are choosing "green" and demanding that the products they buy should be safe for the environment. Before they buy a product, they ask questions like these: "Will this shampoo damage the environment?" "Can this metal container be reused or can it only be used once? E. Only a few years ago, it was impossible to find green products in supermarkets, but now there are hundreds. Some supermarket products carry labels(标签) to show that the product is green. Some companies have made the manufacturing of clean and safe products their main selling point and emphasize it in their advertising. F. The concern for a safer and cleaner environment is making companies rethink how they do business. No longer will the public accept the old attitude of "Buy it, use it, throw it away, and forget it." The public pressure is on, and gradually business is cleaning up its act. 第 II 卷 第三部分:写作(共两节,满分 40 分) 第一节:短文改错(共 10 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 10 分) 下面短文中有 10 处语言错误。请在有错误的地方增加、删除或修改某个单词。
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增加:在缺词处加一个漏字符号(∧),并在其下面写上该加的词。 删除:把多余的词用斜线(\)划掉。 修改:在错的词下划一横线,并在该词下面写上修改后的词。 After our final examinations, my brother and me thought we would give ourselves a treat at restaurant. While waiting for our food, we emptied all our small changes from our wallets on the table and counted it out. Soon, our food arrived with a note. It reads, “Your lunch has been paid for. Have a lovely meal!” It was a wonderfully surprise as nothing like that had ever been happened to us. I remembered an old man sitting nearby. He should have thought we didn’t have enough money to the bill. We looked around to thank him, and he was not there. His kindness meant so many to us. 第二节:书面表达(满分 30 分) 下面的图表和漫画反映了世界上野生动物种类的变化情况和原因, 请根据你对图表和漫 画的理解,用英语写一篇短文。 你的短文应包含以下内容: 1.描述野生动物种类的变化趋势; 2.分析导致野生动物种类变化的原因; 3.谈谈你对保护野生动物的看法和建议。

注意: 1.可参照图表中文字及下面文章开头所给的提示,作必要的发挥想象。 2.词数 100-120。开头已经写好,不计入总词数。 Many animals are in danger of dying out._________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________

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英语参考答案
第一部分 第一节 (10 分,每小题 0.5 分) 1—5 DAACA 6—10 DCBBD 11—15 CCCCA 16—20 CBDCA 第二节 (20 分,每小题 1 分) 21—25 BDDAB 26—30 DCABC 31—35 DBABC 36—40 DCABA 第二部分 (50 分,每小题 2 分) 41—45 DCBAC 46—49 CDBA 50—54 DABDC 55—60 CABDBC 61—65 CFBAE 第三部分 第一节 (10 分,每小题 1 分) After our final examinations, my brother and me thought we would give ourselves a treat I at ∧ restaurant. While waiting for our food, we emptied all our small changes from our wallets a change on the table and counted it out. Soon, our food arrived with a note. It reads, “Your lunch has been read paid for. Have a lovely meal!” It was a wonderfully surprise as nothing like that had ever been wonderful happened to us. I remembered an old man sitting nearby. He should have thought we didn’t have must enough money to the bill. We looked around to thank him, and he was not there. His kindness for but meant so many to us. much 第二节(30 分) One possible student version Many animals are in danger of dying out. As is clearly shown in the bar chart, the kinds of wild animals have decreased sharply in the past decades. With about 30,000 kinds of animals reduced on average each year, as a result, there were only 1.5 million left till 2010. There are several reasons accounting for this problem. Apart from the polluted environment and natural disasters, illegal killing is an important reason. Human beings are making attempts to hunt wild animals for fashion and a big profit, which can be seen vividly from the right picture. This has resulted in a sharp decrease in the number of animals. In my opinion, it is high time for us to take quick action to protect them. A national public campaign should be launched to give animals a good living environment. In addition, the government should pass some firm laws to forbid abuse killing. Only in this way can we live in harmony with wild animals.

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