江苏省扬州中学 2012—2013 学年度第一学期期中考试
本试卷分四部分。满分 120 分。考试时间 120 分钟。
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第一部分 听力（共两节，满分 20 分） 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 最佳答案，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 does the man feel about his job? A. He doesn’t care much about it. B. He enjoys it very much. C. He doesn’t like it. 2. What is the woman probably going to do? A. Ask Tom to send an invitation. B. Get the Johnsons’ address. C. Invite Tom to the party. 3. What does the woman mean? A. Jane is looking for a summer job. B. Jane doesn’t want to go home. C. Jane is eager to go home for the summer. 4. Why is the woman excited? A. She has got a driver’s license. B. She has sold a lot of tickets. C. She is going abroad. 5. What does the man think of Picasso? A. He thinks that he is the greatest Spanish painter. B. He doesn’t consider him the best Spanish painter. C. He is sure that he can become famous. 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小题，从题中所给的 A、B、C 三个 选项中选出最佳答案，并标在试卷的相应位置。听完每段对话后，你将有时间阅读各小题， 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、7 小题。 6. What can we learn from the conversation? A. The man wants to book a room for two. B. The man prefers a smoking room. C. The man chooses a room on the second floor. 7. How much will the man pay for the room? A. 80 dollars. B. 88 dollars. C. 96 dollars. 听第 7 段材料，回答第 8 至第 10 题。 8. What can we learn about the boy? A. He has got a headache. B. He has got a fever. C. He has got a heart problem. 9. What does the mother ask the boy to do? A. Go to the hospital. B. Stay in bed. C. Buy some medicine. 10. What does the boy want to do? A. Watch TV. B. See the doctor. C. Go to school.
听第 8 段材料，回答第 11 至第 14 题。 11. What is the man going to do in the evening? A. Take an exam. B. Study. C. Look for a job. 12. What exam will the man take? A. The entrance exam. B. The mid-term exam. C. The final exam. 13. What does the man think of the coming exam? A. Easy. B. Harder than the last one. C. Too difficult to pass. 14. What does the man think of his present job? A. He is not satisfied with it. B. It’s the best one in the world. C. It’s the worst one in the world. 听第 9 段材料，回答第 15 至第 17 题。 15. Where does the conversation most probably take place? A. At the railway station. B. At the post office. C. At the airport. 16. Which country will the letter be sent to? A. England. B. Japan. C. Canada. 17. How will the letter be sent? A. By air mail. B. By registered mail. C. By express mail. 听第 10 段材料，回答第 18 至第 20 题。 18. Why did Mr Hill’s chickens lay hardly any eggs in the summer? A. It was too cool in his chicken house. B. It was too wet in his chicken house. C. It was too hot in his chicken house. 19. What did Mr Hill do to earn more money? A. He put air conditioning into his chicken house. B. He bought more chickens. C. He put more food into his chicken house. 20. What do we know from the text? A. Mr Hill was very poor. B. Mr Hill didn’t want to put air conditioning into his house. C. Mr Hill couldn’t afford to put air conditioning into his house. 第二部分：英语知识运用（共两节，满分 35 分） 第一节：语法和词汇知识（共 15 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 15 分） 从 A、B、C、D 四个选项中, 选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项, 并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 21. I think the car will ________ till we get to the village. A．hold on B．hold over C．hold out D．hold up 22. They say that “seeing is believing”, but when it __TV commercials this isn’t always the case. A. refers to B. comes up with C. focuses on D. comes to 23. Let’s hope the sunny weather ___________ for Saturday’s tennis match. A. keeps up B. ends up C. cleans up D. clears up 24. ____in the regulations that you should not tell other people the password of your e-mail account. A. What is required B. As is required B. It is required D. It requires 25. Surely it doesn’t matter where the student associations get their money from; what _______ is what they do with it. A. counts B. accounts C. advocates D. functions
26. The war between the government and the activists has lasted for 18 months, _______ nearly 30,000 people dead. A. to leave B. leaving C. left D. having left 27. –I tried many times, but I still failed in the exam. –Don’t be discouraged. _______ and the problem will be settled. A. Having a little effort B. A bit more effort C. If you have a bit effort D. There being a little effort 28. This brick-sized book will guide your every step _______ frightening, faraway place you have chosen to visit. A. how B. what C. around which D. around whichever 29. in 1902, Yangzhou High School of Jiangsu province is home to a great number of outstanding figures. A. Found B. Founding C. Founded D. To be founded 30. In youth hostels, you can meet lots of students like yourself, _______ want to get the most out of a small budget. A. all of them B. none of them C. all of whom D. none of whom 31. He had an unexpected visitor before heading for the meeting, otherwise he ________ late. A． hadn’t come B． didn’t come C． wouldn’t come D． wouldn’t have come 32. Before the old man passed away, the old couple were married for 40 years and never once ____ with each other. A. they had quarreled B. they have quarreled C. have they quarreled D. had they quarreled 33. Children under six are not to this experimental school except those of extraordinary intelligence. A. permitted B. admitted C. committed D. prohibited 34. I think fireworks _________ the beauty of the festival night. A. added up B. adding up C. added up to D. added to 35. —Do you think it’s going to rain during our sports meeting? — . A．I don’t hope B．I don’t believe C．I hope not to D．I hope not 第二节 完型填空（共 20 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 20 分） 阅读下面短文，掌握其大意，然后从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。 That old pickle jar (泡菜坛), as far back as I can remember, sat on the floor beside the dresser in my parents’ bedroom. When he got ready for bed, Dad would 36 his pockets and put his coins into the 37 . It was a nightly 38 for many years in our home. When the jar was 39 , we would take the coins to the bank. Each time, as he slid the box of coins across the counter toward the cashier, he would say 40 , “These are for my son’s college fund. He’ll 41 work at the mill all his life like me.” The years passed. I 42 college and took a job in another town. Once, while 43 my parents, I noticed that the pickle jar in my parents’ bedroom was 44 . A lump (小块) rose in my throat as I 45 where the jar had always stood. My dad was a man of few 46 , and never lectured me on the 47 of determination and faith, but the pickle jar had taught me all these 48 . In my mind, it defined, more than anything else, how much my dad had 49 me. No
matter how 50 things got at home, Dad continued to drop his coins into the jar. The first Christmas after my daughter Jessica was born, we spent the holiday with my parents. After dinner, I walked into my parents’ bedroom. To my 51 , in the spot beside the dresser, as if it had never been 52 , stood the old pickle jar, the bottom already covered with coins. I walked over to the pickle jar, dug down into 53 ，and pulled out a fistful of coins. With the strong 54 choking (使哽咽) me, I dropped the coins into the jar. I looked up and saw Dad who was carrying Jessica. Our eyes locked, and I knew he was feeling the same. 55 one of us could speak. 36. A. pick B. tear C. empty D. clean 37. A. bag B. jar C. drawer D. dresser 38. A. routine B. experience C. gathering D. performance 39. A. broken B. moved C. filled D. prepared 40. A. nervously B. calmly C. secretly D. proudly 41. A. never B. also C. soon D. always 42. A. entered B. started C. finished D. dropped 43. A. asking B. visiting C. showing D. ringing 44. A. gone B. empty C. dirty D. lost 45. A. checked B. searched C. stared D. found 46. A. words B. smiles C. ideas D. stories 47. A. similarities B. differences C. standards D. values 48. A. beliefs B. virtues C. thoughts D. experiences 49. A. loved B. required C. pushed D. understood 50. A. dull B. easy C. tough D. wrong 51. A. curiosity B. satisfaction C. amazement D. embarrassment 52. A. damaged B. removed C. stolen D. decorated 53. A. the dresser B. the jar C. my handbag D. my pocket 54. A. emotions B. flavors C. interest D. desire 55. A. No B. Either C. Neither D. Each 第三部分：阅读理解 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。 （共 15 小题；每小 题 2 分，满分 30 分） A US First Lady Michelle Obama gave a speech at an event on Sept 4. The event was an important one leading up to this year’s US national election. Here are two excerpts. Part 1 Barack knows the American Dream because he’s lived it... and he wants everyone in this country to have that same opportunity, no matter who we are, or where we’re from, or what we look like, or who we love. And he believes that when you’ve worked hard, and done well, and walked through that doorway of opportunity, you do not slam it shut behind you. You reach back, and you give other folks the same chances that helped you succeed.
When people ask me whether being in the White House has changed my husband, I can honestly say that when it comes to his character, and his convictions (信念), and his heart, Barack Obama is still the same man I fell in love with all those years ago. He’s the same man who started his career by turning down high-paying jobs and instead working in struggling neighborhoods where a steel plant had shut down, fighting to rebuild those communities and get folks back to work... Because for Barack, success isn’t about how much money you make, it’s about the difference you make in people’s lives. He’s the same man who, when our girls were first born, would anxiously check their cribs (婴儿床) every few minutes to ensure they were still breathing, proudly showing them off to everyone we knew. That’s the man who sits down with me and our girls for dinner nearly every night, patiently answering their questions about issues in the news, and strategizing (出谋划策) about middle school friendships. That’s the man I see in those quiet moments late at night, hunched (弯腰驼背) over his desk, poring (仔细阅读) over the letters people have sent him. Part 2 …but today, I love my husband even more than I did four years ago, even more than I did 23 years ago, when we first met. I love that he’s never forgotten how he started. I love that we can trust Barack to do what he says he’s going to do, even when it’s hard – especially when it’s hard. I love that for Barack, there is no such thing as “us” and “them”. He doesn’t care whether you’re a Democrat (民主党), a Republican (共和党), or none of the above... And I love that even in the toughest moments, when we’re all sweating it – when we’re worried that the bill won’t pass, and it seems like all is lost – Barack never lets himself get distracted (分心) by the chatter (喋喋不休) and the noise. 56. According to Michelle, which of the following is TRUE about Barack Obama? A. He adopted his values from his family. B. He made a good career choice by working in a steel plant. C. He believes that everyone can be successful. D. He hopes those who succeed open the door of opportunity for others. 57. Through the speech, Michelle Obama tries to show that her husband ______. a. devotes so much to his work that he seldom has family time b. hasn’t been affected by power c. is ready to act in the interest of most people d. is faithful to his promises e. is modest and willing to listen A. abc B. bcd C. acd D. cde 58. What might be Michelle’s main purpose in this speech? A. To help her husband in his re-election. B. To get the American people to know more about Obama. C. To express her love and faith in him. D. To show American dream is still within people’s reach. B
IMAGINE if there was a device that could do everything for you – wake you up every morning, chat with you and type your e-mails. The piece of technology in question would be smart, able to tell you about the weather and where the nearest restaurants are. The good thing is you no longer need to wonder, because something like this already exists. And its name is Siri. Siri is a voice recognition application designed for Apple products and the concept has been around for almost a year. When Siri first came out it could only speak English, but now it has “learned” lots of new languages, including Chinese, Cantonese and Taiwanese, reported The Wall Street Journal. So, you can give it orders in your mother tongue. But how could a cell phone or a computer “hear” what you are saying and understand it? This is all because of voice recognition technology. When you speak, your voice creates vibrations (振动) in the air – a bit like waves in the water when you throw a rock into the lake. The microphone receives the vibrations and the computer changes them into digital data that is then divided into many parts. They are analyzed one by one to see what pronunciations each part stands for. The computer then puts these pronunciations together into possible words according to its built-in dictionary. But figuring out the words is far from enough; building words into meaningful sentences is the most difficult part. The computer has to compare what it hears to a large library of known phrases and sentences to determine what the user is saying. However, people don’t always talk in the most standard way and sometimes make grammatical mistakes. This is why traditional voice recognition software always requires you to remember keywords and to speak in a certain way. Fortunately, Siri isn’t like that. It’s not just “voice recognition”; it’s “natural language understanding (NLU)”. You can ask it things like “Do I need an umbrella today?” and it will know that you are asking about the weather, according to ABC News. “The key thing is NLU – understanding what you mean and what you want,” Neil Grant from Nuance, a software company in the US, told The Guardian. “Historically, you had to learn a huge long list of commands . As NLU progresses, you can say what you want in a way that’s natural to you.” 59.What is the function of the first two paragraphs? A. To show that invention usually results from need. B. To introduce something that offers these helpful services. C. To clear doubts about voice recognition technology. D. To picture a convenient future life with new technology. 60. Which step is the most complicated in the process of voice recognition according to the article? A. Changing the received vibrations into digital data. B. Analyzing the digital data to see what pronunciations it represents. C. Putting the pronunciations together into possible words. D. Figuring out meaningful sentences based on the words. 61. How can you get Siri to respond according to the article? A. You have to say things in a certain way.
B. You can only speak English and Chinese. C. You can speak in a natural way as you would to a person. D. You have to remember keywords and speak specific commands. 62. What can be concluded from the article? A. Siri can record and save what you say frequently into a computer dictionary. B. Siri will fail to understand what you say if you make grammatical mistakes. C. The biggest advantage of Siri is that it’s NLU rather than just voice recognition. D. Since first applied to Apple products a year ago, Siri has made great improvements. C JAPAN’S “purchase” of the Diaoyu Islands has sparked anger among Chinese people. Protests broke out across the country, sending a strong message to the world: the Diaoyu Islands belong to China. It is necessary that we do not just shout slogans (口号) but can convince others with reason. Some historical facts can help explain why the Diaoyu Islands belong to China. Terra nullius Japan’s claim: “The Senkaku Islands (Japanese name for the Diaoyu Islands) were ‘terra nullius’ before Japan discovered them.” Fact: In 1884, a Japanese explorer named Tatsushiro Koga landed on the Diaoyu Islands and claimed that they were “terra nullius”. After receiving Koga’s application to exploit (开发) the islands, the Japanese government investigated ( 调 查 ) and concluded that these islands were already recorded in Chinese documents. It turned down Koga’s application. These facts are recorded in Japan Diplomatic Documents. However, in 1895 Japan decided that they were uninhabited (无人居住的) and illegally controlled the islands. Japan argues that according to international law, territory without an owner may be acquired by a state. But being “uninhabited” doesn’t mean the islands had no owner. The Diaoyu Islands were within China’s maritime defense sphere (海防范围) as early as the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644) and have been part of China’s Taiwan. Chinese fishermen have long conducted activity on these islands and in neighboring waters. Underhand exchange Japan’s claim: “Under the 1951 Treaty of San Francisco, the Senkaku Islands came under US trusteeship (托管) and were then returned to Japan in 1971, under the Okinawa Reversion Agreement (《归还冲绳协定》).” Fact: At the end of the Sino-Japanese War (1894-1895), Japan seized the Diaoyu Islands. It forced the Qing government to sign the Treaty of Shimonoseki (《马关条约》) and give up “the Taiwan Islands and their affiliated islands”. At the end of World War II, the Cairo Declaration and the Potsdam Proclamation ruled that China recovered Taiwan, the Penghu Islands and other territories Japan had occupied before. The Diaoyu Islands were returned to China according to international law. However, in 1951 Japan and the US, along with other countries, signed the Treaty of San Francisco unilaterally (单方面地), putting the Ryukyu Islands (currently the Okinawa Islands, 冲 绳群岛) under US administration.
In 1953, the Okinawa Civil Government of the US illegally expanded the area of its administration to include the Diaoyu Islands and their affiliated islands. In 1971 in the Okinawa Reversion Agreement, the US unilaterally passed administrative power over the Diaoyu Islands to Japan. China has never recognized it. This underhand exchange of China’s territory between Japan and the US is illegal and invalid (无效的) since China didn’t take part in any treaty’s preparation, making and signing. Actual control Japan’s claim: “In 1896, the Japanese government ‘leased (租用)’ part of the Senkaku Islands to Tatsushiro Koga to explore for 30 years for free. In 1918 his son inherited (继承) it. So Japan has had actual control over the islands.” Fact: The Japanese government “leased” and then “sold” part of them to the Koga family in 1932. After that, the US military base in Okinawa and the Japanese government have been “renting” the islets (小岛) from their “private owners”. On Sept 11 the government “bought” the islets from current “private owners”. Japan wants to prove that it has had “actual control” over the Diaoyu Islands to eventually occupy them. Yet, the truth is that Japan is “renting”, “selling” and “buying” things that belong to others. All facts prove that the Diaoyu Islands are part of China. 63. According to the Cairo Declaration and the Potsdam Proclamation, ___________________. A. Cairo should rule China and its islands B. Japan should help China recover from the war as soon as possible C. Japan should return all the Chinese islands it had occupied before D. The Penghu Islands belong to Taiwan 64.The underlined word “nullius” probably means ______________. A. land with no man B. a piece of old land C. land with nothing D. an island with rich resources 65.All the following facts can prove that Diaoyu Islands belong to China EXCEPT__________. A. The Japanese government turned down Koga’s application. B. The Diaoyu Islands came under US trusteeship and were then returned to Japan in 1971. C. Japan is “renting”, “selling” and “buying” Diaoyu Islands that belong to others. D. Chinese fishermen have long conducted activity on Diaoyu Islands. 66. Which of the following can best serve as the title of this passage? A. Fight for Diaoyu Islands against Japan B. Chinese Diaoyu Islands C. Diaoyu Islands: Debate with facts D. Let’s defend Diaoyu Islands D CHILDREN start out as natural scientists, eager to look into the world around them. Helping them enjoy science can be easy; there's no need for a lot of scientific terms or expensive lab equipment. You only have to share your children's curiosity. Firstly, listen to their questions. I once visited a classroom of seven-year-olds to talk about science as a job. The children asked me “textbook questions” about schooling, salary and whether I liked my job. When I finished answering, we sat facing one another in silence. Finally I said, “Now that we're finished with your lists, do you have questions of your own about science?”?
After a long pause, a boy raised his hand, “Have you ever seen a grasshopper (蚱蜢) eat? When I try eating leaves like that, I get a stomachache. Why?”? This began a set of questions that lasted nearly two hours. ? Secondly, give them time to think. Studies over the past 30 years have shown that, after asking a question, adults typically wait only one second or less for an answer, no time for a child to think. When adults increase their “wait time” to three seconds or more, children give more logical, complete and creative answers. Thirdly, watch your language. Once you have a child involved in a science discussion, don't jump in with “That's right” or “Very good”. These words work well when it comes to encouraging good behavior. But in talking about science, quick praise can signal that discussion is over. Instead, keep things going by saying, “That's interesting” or “I'd never thought of it that way before”, or coming up with more questions or ideas.? Never push a child to “Think”. It doesn't make sense, children are always thinking, without your telling them to. What's more, this can turn a conversation into a performance. The child will try to find the answer you want, in as few words as possible, so that he will be a smaller target for your disagreement.? Lastly, show; don't tell. Real-life impressions of nature are far more impressive than any lesson children can learn from a book or a television program. Let children look at their fingertips through a magnifying glass(放大镜), and they'll understand why you want them to wash before dinner. Rather than saying that water evaporates (蒸发), set a pot of water to boil and let them watch the water level drop. 67. According to the passage, children are natural scientists, and to raise their interest, the most important thing for adults to do is______________ .? A. to let them see the world around B. to share the children's curiosity ? C. to explain difficult phrases about science D. to supply the children with lab equipment ? 68. According to the passage, children can answer questions in a more logical, complete and creative way if adults___________ . A. ask them to answer quickly B. wait for one or two seconds after a question ? C. tell them to answer the next day D. wait at least for three seconds after a question ? 69. In which of the following paragraph(s) does the author tell us what to say to encourage children in a science discussion?? A. The second and third. B. The fourth and fifth.? C. The fifth and sixth. D. The seventh. 70. The author mentions all of the following techniques for adults to share with their children's curiosity except that adults should_____________ .? A. tell their children stories instead of reciting(背诵) facts ? B. offer their children chances to see things for themselves ? C. be patient enough when their children answer questions ? D. encourage their children to ask questions of their own ?
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第四部分：写作 （共两节，满分 35 分） 第一节 任务型读写（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最恰当的单词。 注 意：每个空格只填 1 个单词。 The traditional American family is a "nuclear family." A nuclear family refers to a husband and wife and their children. In some cultures, people live close to their extended family. Several generations may even live together. In America, only in a few cases does more than one household live under one roof. American values receive a warm welcome in the home. Many homes are run like a democracy. Each family member can have a say. A sense of equality often exists in American homes. Instead of fearing Mom and Dad, children may think of them as good friends. Husbands and wives often share household chores. In many cases, a child can enjoy privacy in his or her own bedroom. Often parents give children freedom to make their own decisions. Preschoolers choose what clothes to wear or which toys to buy. Young adults generally make their own choices about what career to pursue and whom to marry. Families in America, like those in every culture, face many problems. Social pressures are breaking apart more and more American homes. Over half of U.S. marriages now end in divorce. More than one in four American children is growing up in single-parent homes. As a result, many people believe the American family is in trouble. Even so, there is still reason for hope. Many organizations are working hard to strengthen families. Americans almost unanimously believe that the family is one of the most important parts of life. The vast majority also feel that the traditional two-parent family is best for children. As a result, more and more people are making their family a priority. Many women are quitting their jobs to stay home with their children. Husbands and wives are making a concentrated effort to keep their marriages solid. The United Nations has declared 1994 the “International Year of the Family.” Not just in America, but all over the world, people recognize the importance of strong families. How do you strengthen the family bond? Do special things for each other. Talk with each other. Play together. Spend time together. American Families Definition It is a “nuclear family.” That is, they (72) ______ live together with another household. Values American people advocate a democratic, (73) ______ and free (74) ______ within their home. (71)______ There are many Many couples divorce. with family problems as a American (75) ____ of social 1/4American children are (76) ______ up by their single parent. families pressure. Hopes for American families Not only organizations but also (77) ______ are making great efforts to strengthen families The United Nations has (78) ______ 1994 the “International Year of the Family.” Individuals hold the (79) ______ that a harmonious family is good for society as well as for children. The key to achieving this is to spend time together, care about each other and (80) ______ with family members.
第二节 书面表达（共 25 分） 假如你是扬州中学高二的一名学生。上个月的校庆期间，你荣幸地做了一名志愿者。 请根据下面表格内容, 写一篇报道, 介绍你参与校庆志愿工作培训和庆典期间服务的情况, 并谈谈你对志愿工作的感想。
●学习接待礼仪 ●熟悉扬中的历史及校园各部分 ●了解不同地域文化之间的差异 10 月 20 日早上七点开始, 下午三点左右结束 ●问候嘉宾，引导他们登记 ●引领嘉宾人座, 接受各种咨询 ●向中外校友介绍今日之扬中 ……(至少两点)
注意：1. 对所给要点逐一陈述, 适当发挥, 不要简单翻译。 2. 词数：150 左右。开头已经写好, 不计入总词数。 3. 参考词汇：reception etiquette 接待礼仪 register 登记
As is reported, last month witnessed our school's 110th anniversary. As a Senior 2 student , I felt very proud and was greatly honored to take part in the voluntary work. Two months before the anniversary,
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第四部分：写作 （共两节，满分 35 分）
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第二节：书面表达（满分 25 分）
As is reported, last month witnessed our school's 110th anniversary. As a Senior 2 student , I felt very proud and was greatly honored to take part in the voluntary work. Two months before the anniversary, ________________________________________
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高二英语期中试卷答案 听力：1-5 BBCCA 单选：21--25 CDABA 6-10 ABABA 26--30 BBDCC
2012.11 11-15 BCBAB 16-20 ABCAB
完形 36-40 CBACD 41-45 ACBAC 46-50 ADBAC 51-55 CBDAC 56-58 DBA 59-62 BDCC 63-66 C A BC 67-70 BDCA?
71. Problems 72. seldom 73. equal
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77. individuals 78. declared 79. belief 80. communicate/talk 书面表达： As is reported, last month witnessed our school's 110th anniversary. As a Senior 2 student , I felt very proud and was greatly honored to take part in the voluntary work.
Two months before the anniversary, we spent several weeks training for the volunteer services, learning about the reception etiquette. We also had to get familiar with the history of our school and all parts of our campus. In addition, we were trained to know the cultures of different places since our guests were from all parts of the world.
That day（Oct20th) , our work began around 7:00 a. m. and ended about 15:00 p. m. We greeted all the guests and guided them to the registering places, then led them to their seats and answered all their questions. Most of the guests were curious about our school nowadays and I always tried my best to introduce to them. Through my services for the anniversary, I now know more about our school. More importantly, I have learned to help and understand different people and learned to be a more unselfish person. Last but not least, I have made up my mind to make every effort for my future and our school. This will be the most precious memory in my life.
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