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长沙市一中 2013 届高三月考试卷(一) 长沙市一中 2013 届高三月考试卷(一) 英 语: 英 语: 长沙市一中高三英语备课组组稿。 长沙市一中高三英语备课组组稿。 命题人:赵津 审题人:黄笑 命题人:赵津 审题人:黄笑 本试卷分为四个部分,包括听力、语言知识运用、阅读和书 本试卷分为四个部分,包括听力、语言知识运用、阅读和书 面表达。时量 120 分钟。满分 150 分。

面表达。时量 120 分钟。满分 150 分。 Part I Listening Comprehension (30 marks) Part I Listening Comprehension (30 marks) SectionA(22.5 marks) SectionA(22.5 marks) Directions: In this section, you'ff hear six conve Directions: In this section, you'ff hear six conve rsations between two speakers. For each rsations between two speakers. For each conversation, there are several questions and each q conversation, there are several questions and each q uestion is followed by three choices marked A,B uestion is followed by three choices marked A,B andC.Listen carefully and then choose the best answer andC.Listen carefully and then choose the best answer for each question. for each question. You will hear each conversation TWICE. You will hear each conversation TWICE. Conversation1 Conversation1 (C)l. When does the conversation probably take place? (C)l. When does the conversation probably take place? A.At around 6:00 a.m. A.At around 6:00 a.m. .At around 12:00 p.m. .At around 12:00 p.m. (B)2.Why doesn't the man recognize the woman at first? (B)2.Why doesn't the man recognize the woman at first? A.Because she isn't with Miss Clark. A.Because she isn't with Miss Clark. B.Because she looks quite different'now. B.Because she looks quite different'now. B.At around 5:00 p.m. B.At around 5:00 p.m. C C

C.Because she is wearing glasses now. C.Because she is wearing glasses now. Conversation 2 Conversation 2 (A)3. What are the two speakers talking about? (A)3. What are the two speakers talking about? A.A trip. A.A trip. B.The weather. B.The weather. C.The food. C.The food.

(C)4.What does the man want to do? (C)4.What does the man want to do? A.He wants to have a beach holiday. A.He wants to have a beach holiday. B.He wants to go sunbathing every—day. B.He wants to go sunbathing every—day. C.He wants to go where the woman has been. C.He wants to go where the woman has been. Conversation 3 Conversation 3 (C)5.What do the speakers intend to do? (C)5.What do the speakers intend to do? A.They intend to move into the new apartment. A.They intend to move into the new apartment. B.They intend to bargain with the manager. B.They intend to bargain with the manager. C.They intend to buy a new apartment. C.They intend to buy a new apartment. (A)6.What's the most possible relationship between th (A)6.What's the most possible relationship between th e two speakers? e two speakers? A.A couple. A.A couple. B.Manager and customer. B.Manager and customer. C.Neighbors. C.Neighbors.

Conversation 4 Conversation 4 (C)7. When does Henry plan to get back? (C)7. When does Henry plan to get back? A. On Saturday evening or Sunday evenin A. On Saturday evening or Sunday evenin g. g. B.On Saturday morning or Sunday afternoon. B.On Saturday morning or Sunday afternoon. C. On Saturday evening or Sunday mornin C. On Saturday evening or Sunday mornin

g. g. (B)8.Whose party will be held on Saturday afternoon? (B)8.Whose party will be held on Saturday afternoon? A.Henry's. A.Henry's. B.Jane's. B.Jane's. C.Angel's. C.Angel's.

(A)9.When do you consider Henry will return at last? (A)9.When do you consider Henry will return at last? A. On Saturday morning. A. On Saturday morning. Saturday afternoon. Saturday afternoon. Conversation 5 Conversation 5 (A)lO.When did the woman meet David? (A)lO.When did the woman meet David? A. A few days ago. A. A few days ago. B. During Christmas. B. During Christmas. ioned ioned 11. Which of the following is TRUE? 11. Which of the following is TRUE? A.David and the woman used to talk on the pho A.David and the woman used to talk on the pho ne. ne. B.The woman still has love for David. B.The woman still has love for David. C.The woman's husband Tom is angry about the C.The woman's husband Tom is angry about the matter. matter. (B)12. What is Mike's advice to the woman? (B)12. What is Mike's advice to the woman? A.Ask David if he still loves her. A.Ask David if he still loves her. B.Don't hurt the feelings of both Tom and Dav B.Don't hurt the feelings of both Tom and Dav id. id. C.Go over to see her former boyfriend during C.Go over to see her former boyfriend during C. Not ment C. Not ment B. On B. On

C.On Saturday evening. C.On Saturday evening.

Christmas. Christmas. Conversation 6 Conversation 6 (B)13.Why does Susan think Peter might be interested i (B)13.Why does Susan think Peter might be interested i n the theatre group? n the theatre group? A.Because he has a lot of free time. A.Because he has a lot of free time. B. Because she knows he likes acting. B. Because she knows he likes acting. C. Because he is looking for an acting C. Because he is looking for an acting job. job. (C)14. How often does the group practice? (C)14. How often does the group practice? A. Three times a week. A. Three times a week. ce a week. ce a week. C.Once a week. C.Once a week. B.Twi B.Twi

(A)15. What worries Peter most about joining the thea (A)15. What worries Peter most about joining the thea tre group? tre group? A.His schoolwork takes most of his time. A.His schoolwork takes most of his time. B. He has not been in a play for a long B. He has not been in a play for a long time. time. C. He might not like the way the group C. He might not like the way the group works. works. Section B (7.5 marks) Section B (7.5 marks) Directions: In this section, you will hear a sh Directions: In this section, you will hear a sh ort passage. Listen carefully and then fill in the ort passage. Listen carefully and then fill in the numbered blanks with the information you have heard. Fi numbered blanks with the information you have heard. Fi

ll in each blank with NO MORE THAN ll in each blank with NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS. THREE WORDS. You'll hear the short passage TWICE. You'll hear the short passage TWICE. Life 16. Life 16. in the past in the past Advantages Advantages get up get up ea Being able to go out and pl ea Being able to go out and pl ay ay Not having / Having n Streets being safe t0 19. Not having / Having n Streets being safe t0 19. hot water hot water play in play in

Disadvantages Disadvantages Having t0 17. Having t0 17. rly rly 18. 18. o o

Having to walk a long way t Having to walk a long way t o school and o school and back home back home Not many robbers and thieve Not many robbers and thieve s s Life being 20. simple Life being 20. simple Having no chance to watch T d people being Having no chance to watch T d people being V V happier happier an an

Part I Part I

Language Knowledge (45 marks) Language Knowledge (45 marks)

Section A (15 marks) Section A (15 marks) Directions; For each of the following unfinished Directions; For each of the following unfinished sentences there are four choices marked A, B, sentences there are four choices marked A, B, C and D. Choose the one that best completes the sentenc C and D. Choose the one that best completes the sentenc

e. e. (C)21.The food, _ (C)21.The food, _ _ good, was soon sold out when i _ good, was soon sold out when i

t was taken to the market. t was taken to the market. A. tasted A. tasted C. tasting C. tasting ing tasted ing tasted (A)22.-Wherc did you get to know the famous writer? (A)22.-Wherc did you get to know the famous writer? - It was on the farm - It was on the farm together. together. A.wherc A.wherc (B)23._ (B)23._ B.which B.which C.that C.that D./ D./ we used to work we used to work B. being tasted B. being tasted D. hav D. hav

a lady of her necklace, the young man was a lady of her necklace, the young man was

arrested on the spot by a policeman. arrested on the spot by a policeman. A.Having caught robbing A.Having caught robbing .Caught robbing .Caught robbing C.Being caught robbing C.Being caught robbing aught and robbing aught and robbing (D)24._ your letter, I would have set off two days ago. (D)24._ your letter, I would have set off two days ago. A.lf I could have received A.lf I could have received B.lf I received B.lf I received C. Should I receive C. Should I receive D. Had I received D. Had I received (A)25. The CEO suggested the Corporation _ (A)25. The CEO suggested the Corporation _ _ _ D.C D.C B B

a bad year and that it _ some products a bad year and that it _ some products to meet demand. to meet demand. A.was having; import A.was having; import s having; imported s having; imported C.had; had imported C.had; had imported .is having; import .is having; import (D)26.-Blair,_ you needed him to do, do you really thin (D)26.-Blair,_ you needed him to do, do you really thin k he would have refused you? k he would have refused you? -He'd never say no to anything. -He'd never say no to anything. A. whenever A. whenever C. however C. however tever tever (C)27. Was it six years ago, when he came to Cbina for (C)27. Was it six years ago, when he came to Cbina for the first time, _ the first time, _ Chinese? Chinese? A.where A.where hich hich (D)28.-_ (D)28.-_ _ you seen Lisa yet? _ you seen Lisa yet? in the kitchen the whole m in the kitchen the whole m B.how B.how C.that C.that D.w D.w _ he began to learn _ he began to learn B. whichever B. whichever D. wha D. wha D D B.i B.i

-Yes, she _ -Yes, she _ orning. orning. . . A.Have, has cooked A.Have, has cooked d; has cooked d; has cooked

B.Ha B.Ha

. C.Had; has been cooking . C.Had; has been cooking ave; has been cooking ave; has been cooking

D.H D.H

(B)29._ (B)29._

with others in his classroom, he appears a with others in his classroom, he appears a

little strange and unapproachable. little strange and unapproachable. A. Compare A. Compare C. To compare C. To compare g g (C)30._ on the mirror, and you'll find little drops of (C)30._ on the mirror, and you'll find little drops of water on the glass. water on the glass. A.Blowing A.Blowing (A)31. (A)31. B.Toblow B.Toblow C.Blow C.Blow D.lfyoublow D.lfyoublow B. Compared B. Compared D. Comparin D. Comparin

is known to all, the South China Sea i is known to all, the South China Sea i

s rich in natural resources such as oil and s rich in natural resources such as oil and natural gas. natural gas. A.As A.As B.Which B.Which C.lt C.lt D.What D.What

(D)32.The engineers made two big plans for the bridge, (D)32.The engineers made two big plans for the bridge, _ was never put in force. _ was never put in force. A. one of them A. one of them B. which B. which C.every one of which C.every one of which one of which one of which (B)33.What an unforgettable experience! I'll write it d (B)33.What an unforgettable experience! I'll write it d D. D.

own _ own _ . .

it is still fresh in my it is still fresh in my memory. memory.

A.before A.before

B.while B.while

C.sothat C.sothat

D.until D.until _ present at _ present at

(A)34.Kelly, as well as her little son, (A)34.Kelly, as well as her little son, the meeting last Friday. the meeting last Friday. A.was A.was B.are B.are C.is C.is

D.were D.were

(C)35.-Congratulations! (C)35.-Congratulations! -Thank you. But for your help, we -Thank you. But for your help, we the experiment. the experiment. A.will never succeed A.will never succeed B. shouldn't have succeeded B. shouldn't have succeeded C.couldn't have succeeded C.couldn't have succeeded stn't have succeeded stn't have succeeded D.mu D.mu in in

Section B (18 marks) Section B (18 marks) Directions: For each blank in the following passag Directions: For each blank in the following passag e there are four words or phrases marked A, e there are four words or phrases marked A, B, C and D. Fill in each blank with the word or phras B, C and D. Fill in each blank with the word or phras e that best fits the context. e that best fits the context. Many people believe everything or almost everyt Many people believe everything or almost everyt hing they read in newspapers or hear on radio. hing they read in newspapers or hear on radio. A few years ago I read a story about a husband and wife A few years ago I read a story about a husband and wife

who made a terrible who made a terrible

36 36

. They had . They had 37 37

gone shopping and had taken their small baby gone shopping and had taken their small baby with them. After they had finished their with them. After they had finished their

shopping, they returned to their car to go home. Befor shopping, they returned to their car to go home. Befor e they reached their car, they put the baby e they reached their car, they put the baby in the plastic baby carrier and put it on the top of t in the plastic baby carrier and put it on the top of t he car. The couple then left out in their car he car. The couple then left out in their car toward home. toward home. 38 38 they had driven a few miles, they they had driven a few miles, they 39 39 how the how the

looked at the back seat t0 looked at the back seat t0

baby was. To their surprise, the baby was not there. A baby was. To their surprise, the baby was not there. A ccording to the ccording to the 40 40 the couple had put the couple had put

the plastic seat and the baby on the top of the car bu the plastic seat and the baby on the top of the car bu t had _ 41 t had _ 41 N N had driven away with the baby on the top of the car. had driven away with the baby on the top of the car. The couple drove back towards the store but did The couple drove back towards the store but did not find the baby. They called the police, and not find the baby. They called the police, and the police said that they _42 the police said that they _42 baby was baby was 43 43 the baby and that the the baby and that the to put him inside the car. They to put him inside the car. They

.The baby had fallen from .The baby had fallen from 44 44 by his plastic by his plastic

the top of the car but had been the top of the car but had been seat. The seat. The 45 45

couple took their baby home couple took their baby home

and were always careful after that. and were always careful after that.

There was one thing wrong with the story. It was There was one thing wrong with the story. It was not true. Stories such as this one are often not true. Stories such as this one are often reported in newspapers and on radio and television. B reported in newspapers and on radio and television. B ecause they are read and heard in places that ecause they are read and heard in places that usually report the _ 46 usually report the _ 46 , many people believe them. , many people believe them.

People also believe them because, like the People also believe them because, like the story story 47 , they have something unusual or frightenin 47 , they have something unusual or frightenin

g about them. What is strange is that g about them. What is strange is that newspaper and radio reporters also believe them. newspaper and radio reporters also believe them. (D) 36. A. decision (D) 36. A. decision C. mess C. mess take . take . (B)37. A.alone (B)37. A.alone D.around D.around (B)38. A.Since (B)38. A.Since D.Before D.Before (B)39. A.search (B)39. A.search ine ine D.think of D.think of B.radio B.radio C.story C.story B.see B.see C.exam C.exam B.After B.After C.As C.As B.along B.along C.away C.away B. choice B. choice D. mis D. mis

(C)40. A.newspaper (C)40. A.newspaper D.report D.report (C)41. A.left (C)41. A.left . D.expected . D.expected

B.planned B.planned

C.forgotten C.forgotten

(B)42. A.looked at (B)42. A.looked at D.had D.had (D) 43. (D) 43. A. dangerous A. dangerous

B.saw B.saw

C.helped C.helped

B. dead B. dead D. fin D. fin

C. comfortable C. comfortable e e (A) 44. A. protected (A) 44. A. protected C. covered C. covered (C) 45 . (C) 45 . cited cited D. frightened D. frightened (A)46. A.truth (A)46. A.truth D.lie D.lie (A) 47. (A) 47. mentioned mentioned D. recorded D. recorded Section C (12 marks) Section C (12 marks) A. told A. told C. printed C. printed B.faith B.faith C.trust C.trust A. satisfied A. satisfied C. grateful C. grateful

B. saved B. saved D. caught D. caught B. ex B. ex

B. B.

Directions : Complete the following passage by Directions : Complete the following passage by filling in each blank with one word that best fits filling in each blank with one word that best fits the context. the context. In the letter, you asked me something about CCTV In the letter, you asked me something about CCTV International. Now I will give you some International. Now I will give you some information 48. information 48. about _ it. CCTV International,49. about _ it. CCTV International,49.

which which

was launched on September 25, was launched on September 25,

2000, is the English-Ianguage channel of China Central 2000, is the English-Ianguage channel of China Central Television. I like the channel and Television. I like the channel and 50. 50. there there are three reasons. are three reasons. , it focuses on reporting , it focuses on reporting

To begin 51. _ with To begin 51. _ with

about Chinese politics, economy, culture, about Chinese politics, economy, culture, tourism, customs, and society to its audience at home a tourism, customs, and society to its audience at home a nd abroad. Meanwhile, it covers nd abroad. Meanwhile, it covers international events. I can keep up with 52._ what international events. I can keep up with 52._ what has happened and what is going on around the has happened and what is going on around the world through it. Last but not 53. world through it. Last but not 53. actice our listening. actice our listening. In my opinion, CCTV International is 54. In my opinion, CCTV International is 54. very useful channel. I spend much of my free very useful channel. I spend much of my free time watching 55. time watching 55. its / the its / the programs and I hope yo programs and I hope yo a a least least we can pr we can pr

u will be interested in it, too. u will be interested in it, too. Part m Part m Reading Comprehension (30 marks) Reading Comprehension (30 marks) Directions : Read the following three passages Directions : Read the following three passages . Each passage is followed by several questions or . Each passage is followed by several questions or unfinished statements. For each of them there are four unfinished statements. For each of them there are four choices marked A, B, C and D. Choose the choices marked A, B, C and D. Choose the one that fits best according to the information given i one that fits best according to the information given i

n the passage. n the passage.

A A It was a winter morning, just a couple of weeks be It was a winter morning, just a couple of weeks be fore Christmas 2005. While most people fore Christmas 2005. While most people were warming up their cars, Trevor, my husband, had to were warming up their cars, Trevor, my husband, had to get up early to ride his bike four get up early to ride his bike four kilometers away from home to work. On arrival, he parke kilometers away from home to work. On arrival, he parke d his bike outside the back door as he d his bike outside the back door as he usually does. After putting in 10 hours of labor, he re usually does. After putting in 10 hours of labor, he re turned to find his bike gone. . turned to find his bike gone. . The bike, a black Kona 18 speed, was our only tran The bike, a black Kona 18 speed, was our only tran sport. Trevor used it to get to work, sport. Trevor used it to get to work, putting in 60-hour weeks to support his young family. putting in 60-hour weeks to support his young family. And the bike was also used to get groceries And the bike was also used to get groceries ( ( 食 食 品 品 杂 杂

货 ) , saving us from having to walk along long distanc 货 ) , saving us from having to walk along long distanc es from where we lived. es from where we lived. I was so sad that someone would steal our bike t I was so sad that someone would steal our bike t hat I wrote to the newspaper and told them our hat I wrote to the newspaper and told them our story. Shortly after that, several people in our area o story. Shortly after that, several people in our area o ffered to help. One wonderful stranger even ffered to help. One wonderful stranger even

bought a bike, and then called my husband to pick it up bought a bike, and then called my husband to pick it up . Once again my husband had a way to get to . Once again my husband had a way to get to and from his job. It really is an honor that a complete and from his job. It really is an honor that a complete stranger would go out of their way for stranger would go out of their way for someone they have never met before. someone they have never met before. People say that a smile can be passed from one per People say that a smile can be passed from one per son to another, but acts of kindness from son to another, but acts of kindness from strangers are even more so. This experience has had a s strangers are even more so. This experience has had a s preading effect on our lives because it preading effect on our lives because it strengthened our faith in humanity strengthened our faith in humanity ( ( 人 人

性 ) as a whole. And it has influenced us to bc more mi 性 ) as a whole. And it has influenced us to bc more mi ndful ndful of ways we, too, can share with others. No matter how b of ways we, too, can share with others. No matter how b ig or how small, an act of kindness shows ig or how small, an act of kindness shows that someone cares. And the results can be everlasting. that someone cares. And the results can be everlasting. (A)56. Why was the bike so important to the couple? (A)56. Why was the bike so important to the couple? A. They used it for work and daily life. A. They used it for work and daily life. B.lt was their only possession(财产). B.lt was their only possession(财产). C.lt was a nice Kona 18 speed. C.lt was a nice Kona 18 speed. D.The man's job was bike racing. D.The man's job was bike racing. (D)57.We can infer from the passage that _ (D)57.We can infer from the passage that _ A. the couple worked 60 hours a week A. the couple worked 60 hours a week . .

B. people were busy before Christmas B. people were busy before Christmas C. the stranger brought over the bike C. the stranger brought over the bike D.life was hard for the young family D.life was hard for the young family (B)58.How did people get to know the couple's problem? (B)58.How did people get to know the couple's problem? A. From a stranger. A. From a stranger. B.From a newspaper. B.From a newspaper. C. From TV news. C. From TV news. D. From radio broadcasts. D. From radio broadcasts. (D)59.What do the couple learn from their experience? (D)59.What do the couple learn from their experience? A.Strangers are usually of little help. A.Strangers are usually of little help. B. One should take care of their bike. B. One should take care of their bike. C.News reports make people famous. C.News reports make people famous. act of kindness can mean a lot. act of kindness can mean a lot. (C)60.From this story, we can see humanity is _ (C)60.From this story, we can see humanity is _ A. selfish A. selfish B. commercial B. commercial D. cold-hearted D. cold-hearted B B Language learning begins with listening. Children Language learning begins with listening. Children are greatly different in the amount of are greatly different in the amount of listening they do before they start speaking, and late listening they do before they start speaking, and late r starters are often long listeners. Most r starters are often long listeners. Most C. kind C. kind . . D.An D.An

children will "obey" spoken instructions some time bef children will "obey" spoken instructions some time bef ore they can speak, though the word "obey" ore they can speak, though the word "obey" is hardly accurate( is hardly accurate( 精 精 确 确

的 ) as a description of the eager and delighted coopera 的 ) as a description of the eager and delighted coopera tion usually shown by tion usually shown by the child. Before they can speak, many children will a the child. Before they can speak, many children will a lso ask questions by gesture and by making lso ask questions by gesture and by making questioning noises. questioning noises. . . Any attempt( . . Any attempt( 努 努

力 ) to study the development from the noises babies mak 力 ) to study the development from the noises babies mak e to their first spoken e to their first spoken words leads to considerable difficulties. It is agreed words leads to considerable difficulties. It is agreed that they enjoy making noises, and that during that they enjoy making noises, and that during the first few months one to two noises sort themselves the first few months one to two noises sort themselves as particularly expressive as delight, pain, as particularly expressive as delight, pain, friendliness, and so on. But since these can't be said friendliness, and so on. But since these can't be said to show the baby's intention to communicate, to show the baby's intention to communicate, they can hardly be regarded as early forms of language. they can hardly be regarded as early forms of language. It is agreed, too, that from about three It is agreed, too, that from about three months they play with sounds for enjoyment, and that b months they play with sounds for enjoyment, and that b y six months they are able to add new words y six months they are able to add new words to their store. This self-imitation( to their store. This self-imitation( 模 模

仿 ) leads to imitation of sounds made or words spoken t 仿 ) leads to imitation of sounds made or words spoken t o them o them by other people. The problem then arises as to the poi by other people. The problem then arises as to the poi nt at which one can say that these imitations nt at which one can say that these imitations can be considered as speech. can be considered as speech. It is a problem we need to get our teeth into. It is a problem we need to get our teeth into. The meaning of a word depends on what a The meaning of a word depends on what a particular person means by it in a particular situatio particular person means by it in a particular situatio n and it is clear that what a child means by a n and it is clear that what a child means by a word will change as he gains more experience of the wor word will change as he gains more experience of the wor ld. Thus the use at seven months of ld. Thus the use at seven months of "mama" as a greeting for his mother cannot be regarded "mama" as a greeting for his mother cannot be regarded as a meaningless sound simply because he as a meaningless sound simply because he also uses it at other times for his father, his dog, o also uses it at other times for his father, his dog, o r anything else he likes. Playful and meaningless r anything else he likes. Playful and meaningless imitation of what other people say continues after the imitation of what other people say continues after the child has begun to speak for himself. I doubt, child has begun to speak for himself. I doubt, however, whether anything is gained when parents take however, whether anything is gained when parents take advantage of this ability in an attempt to advantage of this ability in an attempt to teach new sounds. teach new sounds. (B)61. Before children start speaking_ (B)61. Before children start speaking_ . .

A. they need equal amount of listening A. they need equal amount of listening

B. they need different amounts of listen B. they need different amounts of listen ing ing C. they can't understand and obey the C. they can't understand and obey the adult's oral instructions adult's oral instructions D. they are all eager to cooperate wit D. they are all eager to cooperate wit h the adults by obeying spoken instructions h the adults by obeying spoken instructions (A)62.A baby's first noises are (A)62.A baby's first noises are . .

A.an expression of his mood and feelings A.an expression of his mood and feelings B. an early form of language B. an early form of language C.a sign that he means to tell you something C.a sign that he means to tell you something D. an imitation of the speech of adults D. an imitation of the speech of adults (C)63.What does the underlined expression "to get our t (C)63.What does the underlined expression "to get our t eeth into" mean? eeth into" mean? A.To think about in another way. A.To think about in another way. B. To face bravely. B. To face bravely. C.To deal with very carefully. C.To deal with very carefully. .To solve as early as possible. .To solve as early as possible. (A) 64. The problem of deciding at what point a baby's (A) 64. The problem of deciding at what point a baby's imitation can be considered as speech imitation can be considered as speech A.is not especially important because the ch A.is not especially important because the ch ange takes place gradually ange takes place gradually ' B.is very important because words have differ ' B.is very important because words have differ D D

ent meanings for different people ent meanings for different people C.is one that should be ignored because chi C.is one that should be ignored because chi ldren's use of words is often meaningful ldren's use of words is often meaningful 'D.is one that can be properly understood bec 'D.is one that can be properly understood bec ause the meaning of words never change with ause the meaning of words never change with age age (D)65.The speaker implies _ (D)65.The speaker implies _ . .

A.parents can never hope to teach their childr A.parents can never hope to teach their childr en new sounds en new sounds B.children no longer imitate people after t B.children no longer imitate people after t hey begin to speak hey begin to speak C.children who are good at imitating learn n C.children who are good at imitating learn n ew words more quickly ew words more quickly D. even after they have learnt to speak, D. even after they have learnt to speak, children still enjoy imitating children still enjoy imitating C C In cities with rent control, the city governments In cities with rent control, the city governments set the maximum rent that a landlord can set the maximum rent that a landlord can charge for an apartment. Supporters of rent control arg charge for an apartment. Supporters of rent control arg ue that it protects people who are living in ue that it protects people who are living in apartments. Their rent cannot increase, therefore, they apartments. Their rent cannot increase, therefore, they are'not in danger of losing their homes. are'not in danger of losing their homes.

However, the critics say that after.a long time, rent c However, the critics say that after.a long time, rent c ontrol may have negative effects. Landlords ontrol may have negative effects. Landlords know that they cannot increase their profits. Therefor know that they cannot increase their profits. Therefor e, they invest (投资)in other businesses e, they invest (投资)in other businesses where they can increase their profits. They do not inve where they can increase their profits. They do not inve st in new buildings which would also be rentst in new buildings which would also be rentcontrolled. As a result, new apartments are not built. controlled. As a result, new apartments are not built. Many people who need apartments cannot Many people who need apartments cannot find any. According to the critics, the end result of find any. According to the critics, the end result of rent control is a shortage of apartments in the city. rent control is a shortage of apartments in the city. Some theorists argue that the minimum wage law can caus Some theorists argue that the minimum wage law can caus e problems in the same way. The e problems in the same way. The federal( federal( 联 联 邦 邦

的 ) government sets the minimum that the employers must 的 ) government sets the minimum that the employers must pay workers. The minimum pay workers. The minimum helps people who generally look for unskilled, low-payi helps people who generally look for unskilled, low-payi ng jobs. However, if the minimum is high, ng jobs. However, if the minimum is high, employers may hire fewer workers. They will replace wor employers may hire fewer workers. They will replace wor kers with machinery. Therefore, other kers with machinery. Therefore, other things being equal, the number of workers that employer things being equal, the number of workers that employer s want decreases. Thus, critics hold the s want decreases. Thus, critics hold the opinion that an increase in the minimum wage may cause opinion that an increase in the minimum wage may cause

unemployment. Some poor people may unemployment. Some poor people may find themselves without jobs instead of with jobs at th find themselves without jobs instead of with jobs at th e minimum wage. e minimum wage. Supporters of minimum wage say that it helps peop Supporters of minimum wage say that it helps peop le keep their dignity(尊严).Because of the le keep their dignity(尊严).Because of the law, workers cannot sell their services for less than t law, workers cannot sell their services for less than t he minimum. Furthermore, employers cannot he minimum. Furthermore, employers cannot force workers to accept jobs at unfair wages. force workers to accept jobs at unfair wages. Economic theory predicts the results of economic de Economic theory predicts the results of economic de cisions such as decisions about farm cisions such as decisions about farm production, rent control, and the minimum wage. The pre production, rent control, and the minimum wage. The pre dictions may be correct only if "other dictions may be correct only if "other things are equal". Economists do not agree on some of t things are equal". Economists do not agree on some of t he predictions. They also do not agree on he predictions. They also do not agree on the value of different decisions. Some economists suppo the value of different decisions. Some economists suppo rt a particular decision while others criticize rt a particular decision while others criticize it. Economists do agree, however, that there are no sim it. Economists do agree, however, that there are no sim ple answers to economic questions. ple answers to economic questions. (B)66.From the first paragraph, we can know that settin (B)66.From the first paragraph, we can know that settin g maximum rent may lead to g maximum rent may lead to . .

A.more profits for landlords A.more profits for landlords B. the shortage of apartments B. the shortage of apartments

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(A)67. Which of the following statements is TRUE accor (A)67. Which of the following statements is TRUE accor ding to the passage? ding to the passage? A. Rent control will bring negative effe A. Rent control will bring negative effe cts in the long run. cts in the long run. B. Rent control will always benefit thos B. Rent control will always benefit thos e who rent apartments. e who rent apartments. C.Rent control is necessary for ordinary pe C.Rent control is necessary for ordinary pe ople from all aspects. ople from all aspects. D. Rent control is the best way to prote D. Rent control is the best way to prote ct people who live in apartments. ct people who live in apartments. (D)68. The problem of unemployment will appear if (D)68. The problem of unemployment will appear if A. the maximum wage is set . A. the maximum wage is set . B. the workers are unskilled B. the workers are unskilled C. the minimum wage is set too low C. the minimum wage is set too low D. the minimum wage is set too high D. the minimum wage is set too high (B) 69. What do the supporters of minimum wage say? (B) 69. What do the supporters of minimum wage say? A.Because of the law, workers can sell their A.Because of the law, workers can sell their services for less than the minimum. services for less than the minimum. B. Because of the law, workers cannot s B. Because of the law, workers cannot s ell their services for less than the minimum. ell their services for less than the minimum.

C.Some poor people may find themselves without C.Some poor people may find themselves without jobs. jobs. D.It may have negative effects. D.It may have negative effects. (C)70.What does the passage mainly tell us? (C)70.What does the passage mainly tell us? A.The relationship between supply and demand. , A.The relationship between supply and demand. , B.The necessity of government controls. B.The necessity of government controls. C.The possible results of government controls. C.The possible results of government controls. D.The importance of government controls. D.The importance of government controls. PartⅣ ' Writing (45 marks) PartⅣ ' Writing (45 marks) Section A (10 marks) Section A (10 marks) Directions: Read the following passage. Fill in th Directions: Read the following passage. Fill in th e numbered blanks by using the information e numbered blanks by using the information from the passage. from the passage. Write NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS for each answer . Write NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS for each answer . Attention-deficit(缺损,不足) hyperactivityc 活动过 Attention-deficit(缺损,不足) hyperactivityc 活动过 度)disorder is known by the letters A.D. 度)disorder is known by the letters A.D. H.D. Children with A. D. H.D. might have trouble payin H.D. Children with A. D. H.D. might have trouble payin g attention. They might not seem to listen g attention. They might not seem to listen and might forget things. They might not be able to stay and might forget things. They might not be able to stay seated or play quietly. They might talk too seated or play quietly. They might talk too much and act and speak without thinking about the resul much and act and speak without thinking about the resul ts of their behavior. ts of their behavior.

Doctors usually identify the disorder in children Doctors usually identify the disorder in children . But experts say the behaviors often last into . But experts say the behaviors often last into adulthood. Researchers have been looking for the cause adulthood. Researchers have been looking for the cause or causes of attention-deficit hyperactivity or causes of attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder. Now, a brain-imaging study offers more eviden disorder. Now, a brain-imaging study offers more eviden ce that could lead to new ways to treat it. ce that could lead to new ways to treat it. Researchers say they observed shortages in the brain's Researchers say they observed shortages in the brain's reward system in patients with A. D. H. D. reward system in patients with A. D. H. D. The study found that levels of some proteins were lower The study found that levels of some proteins were lower than normal. Nora Volkow, director of the than normal. Nora Volkow, director of the National Institute on Drug Abuse, says the lack of att National Institute on Drug Abuse, says the lack of att ention and self:control that mark A.D. H.D. ention and self:control that mark A.D. H.D. could be caused by problem in the flow of dopamine(多巴 could be caused by problem in the flow of dopamine(多巴 胺). She says people might have difficulty 胺). She says people might have difficulty completing an activity if they cannot expect some kind completing an activity if they cannot expect some kind of reward in return. Researchers studied the of reward in return. Researchers studied the pathways on which dopamine travels in fifty-three adult pathways on which dopamine travels in fifty-three adult s with A. D. H. D. Doctor Volkow says the s with A. D. H. D. Doctor Volkow says the researchers then compared the pathways to those of fort researchers then compared the pathways to those of fort y-four adults without the disorder. "There y-four adults without the disorder. "There was a lower concentration(浓 was a lower concentration(浓 度) of dopamine markers in the brain of individuals wi 度) of dopamine markers in the brain of individuals wi

th A. D. H.D. , th A. D. H.D. , specifically in the areas of the brain that are involve specifically in the areas of the brain that are involve d with reward and motivation. And the d with reward and motivation. And the dopamine levels were directly linked to the severity of dopamine levels were directly linked to the severity of the patient's inattention. " she says. the patient's inattention. " she says. The study used brain images taken at Brookhaven Na The study used brain images taken at Brookhaven Na tional Laboratory in New York State. tional Laboratory in New York State. Gene-Jack Wang is chairman of the Brookhaven medical de Gene-Jack Wang is chairman of the Brookhaven medical de partment. He says the finding might partment. He says the finding might also help explain why people with A.D. H.D. are more l also help explain why people with A.D. H.D. are more l ikely to abuse drugs or overeat. He says ikely to abuse drugs or overeat. He says they might be attempting to increase their dopamine lev they might be attempting to increase their dopamine lev els to make up. for the deficits in their els to make up. for the deficits in their reward system. reward system. Title:lntroduction of 71. Title:lntroduction of 71. A D. H. D. A D. H. D. attention attention

They are lacking in 73. They are lacking in 73. . .

72. Signs/Sympto Perhaps they don't seem to listen. 72. Signs/Sympto Perhaps they don't seem to listen. ms ms Perhaps they are 74. Perhaps they are 74. forgetful . forgetful . long long

Perhaps they can't sit for 75. Perhaps they can't sit for 75. of children with of children with A.D.H.D. A.D.H.D. or play quietly. or play quietly.

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the results of their the results of their behavior. behavior. ●78. ●78. Patients with A.D.H.D. Patients with A.D.H.D. hav hav

e shortages in the e shortages in the brain's reward system. brain's reward system. 77. 77. Causes of Causes of

Levels of some proteins are lower tha Levels of some proteins are lower tha n normal. n normal. 79. Levels /Concentration of dopamin 79. Levels /Concentration of dopamin c c are (is) are (is) lower as well. lower as well.

80. Reason 80. Reason for for Patients are trying to increase their Patients are trying to increase their dopamine levels. dopamine levels.

abusing drugs and abusing drugs and overeating overeating

Section B (10 marks) Section B (10 marks) Directions : Read the following passage. A Directions : Read the following passage. A nswer the questions according to the information given nswer the questions according to the information given

in the passage. in the passage. The unsteady housing market is showing a rare si The unsteady housing market is showing a rare si gn of strength:waiting home sales were up gn of strength:waiting home sales were up significantly in February, a report released on Monday significantly in February, a report released on Monday said, suggesting that Americans took said, suggesting that Americans took advantage of a tax credit for home buyers. advantage of a tax credit for home buyers. Sales rose 8.2 percent in February,the Nationa Sales rose 8.2 percent in February,the Nationa l Association of Reaktors (房地产经纪人) said. l Association of Reaktors (房地产经纪人) said. Analysts had expected sales to stay flat. Analysts had expected sales to stay flat. Economists said Monday's data suggested buyers w Economists said Monday's data suggested buyers w ere reentering the market as the April 30 ere reentering the market as the April 30 deadline approached for a government tax credit of up deadline approached for a government tax credit of up to $ 8,000. The tax credit drove up sales to $ 8,000. The tax credit drove up sales rapidly in the fall,when it was originally set to end rapidly in the fall,when it was originally set to end ,but it has been slow to push the market this ,but it has been slow to push the market this spring. spring. Lawrence Yun,chief economist for the associatio Lawrence Yun,chief economist for the associatio n,said Monday's report "may signal the early n,said Monday's report "may signal the early stages of a second wave of home sales". stages of a second wave of home sales". A separate report on Monday showed the service A separate report on Monday showed the service division in the United States was improving, division in the United States was improving, driven in part by gains in employment. driven in part by gains in employment.

The Institute for Supply Management's non-m The Institute for Supply Management's non-m anufacturing barometer (晴雨表) rose t0 55. 4 in anufacturing barometer (晴雨表) rose t0 55. 4 in March,up from 53 in February,going beyond expectation March,up from 53 in February,going beyond expectation s. Much of the energy came from a rush in s. Much of the energy came from a rush in new orders and business activity. new orders and business activity. It was the highest reading ( 测 调 查 的 读 It was the highest reading ( 测 调 查 的 读 数) for the survey since May 2006. While 数) for the survey since May 2006. While ' employment rose,it was short of the breakeven point,s ' employment rose,it was short of the breakeven point,s ignaling the service division was still losing ignaling the service division was still losing jobs. Exports also rose significantly. jobs. Exports also rose significantly. "This is a very encouraging report,which indica "This is a very encouraging report,which indica tes acceleration in demand growth from both tes acceleration in demand growth from both domestic and foreign customers," Barclays Capital resea domestic and foreign customers," Barclays Capital resea rchers wrote in a note on Monday. rchers wrote in a note on Monday. The jump in waiting home sales was a rare bit of The jump in waiting home sales was a rare bit of good news for the housing market,which good news for the housing market,which remains in a deep rut( remains in a deep rut( 辙).Home prices have shown little change. 辙).Home prices have shown little change. Analysts expect the housing market to gradually Analysts expect the housing market to gradually improve as unemployment becomes less and the improve as unemployment becomes less and the broader recovery gains steam. But so far,relief has bee broader recovery gains steam. But so far,relief has bee n slow to come. n slow to come. 车 车

Monday's report showed sales rose even in areas h Monday's report showed sales rose even in areas h it hard by poor weather in February. Sales it hard by poor weather in February. Sales climbed 9 percent in the Northeast and South,which were climbed 9 percent in the Northeast and South,which were blanketed by snow in February. blanketed by snow in February. The Realtors association bases its data on signe The Realtors association bases its data on signe d contracts, which usually take one or two d contracts, which usually take one or two months to translate into final sales. months to translate into final sales. 81.Who is chief economist for the National Association 81.Who is chief economist for the National Association of Realtors? (No more than 2 words) (2 of Realtors? (No more than 2 words) (2 marks) marks) Lawrence Yun. Lawrence Yun. 82. What did economists say according to Monday's data? 82. What did economists say according to Monday's data? (No more than 10 words) (2 marks) (No more than 10 words) (2 marks) Economists said Monday's data suggested buyers Economists said Monday's data suggested buyers were reentering the market. were reentering the market. 83.What drove up house sales rapidly? (No more than 5 w 83.What drove up house sales rapidly? (No more than 5 w ords) (3 marks) ords) (3 marks) The government tax credit. The government tax credit. 84.According to Monday's report, what happened in the a 84.According to Monday's report, what happened in the a reas which were hit hard by poor reas which were hit hard by poor weather in February? (No more than 10 words) (3 ma weather in February? (No more than 10 words) (3 ma rks) rks)

Sales rose in areas hit hard by poor weather. Sales rose in areas hit hard by poor weather. Section C (25 marks) Section C (25 marks) Directions : Write an English composition acco Directions : Write an English composition acco rding to the instructions given below. rding to the instructions given below. A LETTER:You have a friend who is about to enter univer A LETTER:You have a friend who is about to enter univer sity and he wants you to advise him which sity and he wants you to advise him which subject to specialize in-history, in which he is very i subject to specialize in-history, in which he is very i nterested, or computer science, which offers nterested, or computer science, which offers better job prospects. better job prospects. Notes: Please give your suggestions and explain the rea Notes: Please give your suggestions and explain the rea sons in no less than 120 words. sons in no less than 120 words. Dear John, Dear John, N N NN-

Yours sin Yours sin cerely, cerely, James James 【写作范文】 【写作范文】 Dear John, Dear John, You have asked me for my advice concerning whether You have asked me for my advice concerning whether you should study history or computer you should study history or computer

science at university, and I will try to make useful su science at university, and I will try to make useful su ggestions. You must keep in mind that, above ggestions. You must keep in mind that, above all, your university training is a preparation for your all, your university training is a preparation for your future career. Therefore, your first future career. Therefore, your first consideration should be to study a subject which will consideration should be to study a subject which will best equip you to earn a living. There.is no best equip you to earn a living. There.is no doubt that the field of computers offers far wider job doubt that the field of computers offers far wider job opportunities than history. opportunities than history. Besides, we are now in the age of the high-techn Besides, we are now in the age of the high-techn ology revolution. For the foreseeable future, ology revolution. For the foreseeable future, not only will it be necessary for everyone to be compu not only will it be necessary for everyone to be compu ter-literate, it will also be necessary for them ter-literate, it will also be necessary for them to be equipped with computer skills merely to earn a li to be equipped with computer skills merely to earn a li ving! History, I am afraid, however ving! History, I am afraid, however fascinating it may be, offers few career prospects. fascinating it may be, offers few career prospects. Of course, you don't have to devote all your time Of course, you don't have to devote all your time at university to studying computers and at university to studying computers and nothing else. On the contrary, you will find that your nothing else. On the contrary, you will find that your leisure hours are enriched while you prepare leisure hours are enriched while you prepare yourself for a worthwhile career in computer. yourself for a worthwhile career in computer.

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ours sincerely, ours sincerely, James James Conversation 1 Conversation 1 M: This line is taking forever! M: This line is taking forever! W: The lunch hour is the busiest time. W: The lunch hour is the busiest time. M: That's true. Especially at the end of the month. . M: That's true. Especially at the end of the month. . W: Yes. W: Yes. M: You look really familiar. Don't I know you from som M: You look really familiar. Don't I know you from som ewhere? ewhere? W: I think we were in the same computer course a couple W: I think we were in the same computer course a couple of years ago. With Miss Clark? of years ago. With Miss Clark? M: I remember you now! M: I remember you now! W: My name is Helen. Helen Smith. W: My name is Helen. Helen Smith. M: I'm Mary Miller. It's good to see you again. Sorry I M: I'm Mary Miller. It's good to see you again. Sorry I didn't recognize you at first. didn't recognize you at first. W: Well, my hair was a lot longer then, and I wore glas W: Well, my hair was a lot longer then, and I wore glas ses. ses. Conversation 2 Conversation 2 M: Sue, what a lovely tan you have. You must have had a M: Sue, what a lovely tan you have. You must have had a good time on your beach vacation. good time on your beach vacation. W: Yes, I really enjoyed myself. The weather was always W: Yes, I really enjoyed myself. The weather was always nice and sunny. I went sunbathing every DAY . nice and sunny. I went sunbathing every DAY .

M: Really? How was the food? M: Really? How was the food? W: Just marvelous. I also went to some scenic spots and W: Just marvelous. I also went to some scenic spots and learned every story behind them. learned every story behind them. M: Be my guide next time when we go there together. M: Be my guide next time when we go there together. W: My pleasure. W: My pleasure. Conversation 3 Conversation 3 W:What do you think? W:What do you think? M: Well, it has just as many bedrooms as the last apart M: Well, it has just as many bedrooms as the last apart ment. And the living room is huge. ment. And the living room is huge. W: But the bedrooms are too small. And there isn't enou W: But the bedrooms are too small. And there isn't enou gh closet space for my clothes. gh closet space for my clothes. M: And it's not as cheap as the last apartment we saw. M: And it's not as cheap as the last apartment we saw. W: But that apartment was dark and it was in a dangerou W: But that apartment was dark and it was in a dangerou s neighborhood. s neighborhood. M: Let's see if the manager of the sales department ha M: Let's see if the manager of the sales department ha s something else to show us. s something else to show us. Conversation 4 Conversation 4 W: Did you pack your bag, Henry? W: Did you pack your bag, Henry? M: I'm going to do it now. M: I'm going to do it now. W: How long will you be away? W: How long will you be away? M: I won't get back until Saturday evening or Sunday mo M: I won't get back until Saturday evening or Sunday mo rning. I have a lot of business in rning. I have a lot of business in

NewYork. NewYork. W: Do you need to stay so long? W: Do you need to stay so long? M: I don't want to, but I have to. I have a lot of mee M: I don't want to, but I have to. I have a lot of mee tings on my schedule. tings on my schedule. W: You'II miss Jane's birthday party. W: You'II miss Jane's birthday party. M: Oh! I forgot about that! What time is the party? M: Oh! I forgot about that! What time is the party? W: Two o'clock on Saturday afternoon. W: Two o'clock on Saturday afternoon. M: Well, I'II try to get back on Saturday morning. M: Well, I'II try to get back on Saturday morning. W: That will make Jane very happy. W: That will make Jane very happy. Conversation 5 Conversation 5 W: Hi, Mike. May I have a talk with you now? W: Hi, Mike. May I have a talk with you now? M: Yes, sure. M: Yes, sure. W: I came across my former boyfriend David the other da W: I came across my former boyfriend David the other da y and we had a long talk.. y and we had a long talk.. M: Yes, and then? M: Yes, and then? W: I found I still love him. Now we often talk over W: I found I still love him. Now we often talk over the phone about life and work. I'm afraid Tom the phone about life and work. I'm afraid Tom will find out and be angry. will find out and be angry. M: Is David still in love with you? M: Is David still in love with you? W: I'm not sure. W: I'm not sure. M: Do you still love Tom? M: Do you still love Tom? W: Yes. We love each other very much. I know he value W: Yes. We love each other very much. I know he value

s our love. s our love. M: So try to control yourself. Don't call your former M: So try to control yourself. Don't call your former boyfriend very often. Remember not to hurt boyfriend very often. Remember not to hurt two men. two men. Conversation 6 Conversation 6 M: Hello. M: Hello. W: Hello, this is Susan Wilson. May l speak to Peter R W: Hello, this is Susan Wilson. May l speak to Peter R obinson, please? obinson, please? M: Hi, Susan. It's Peter. What can I do for you? M: Hi, Susan. It's Peter. What can I do for you? W: I'm calling about the theatre group I belong to. We W: I'm calling about the theatre group I belong to. We are looking for more students to join us, are looking for more students to join us, especially boys. And I thought you might be inter especially boys. And I thought you might be inter ested. ested. M: Oh, you know how much I love acting, but I'm taking M: Oh, you know how much I love acting, but I'm taking some really hard courses this term. So some really hard courses this term. So . . W W I'm afraid I won't have much time for practice. I'm afraid I won't have much time for practice. : :

Well, we only practice once a week, from seven to ten e Well, we only practice once a week, from seven to ten e very Thursday. very Thursday. M: Only once a week? Can you give me more time to thin M: Only once a week? Can you give me more time to thin k it over? k it over? W: Sure. And you can come and watch us play this Thur W: Sure. And you can come and watch us play this Thur

sday. I think you'll like the way we work. sday. I think you'll like the way we work. M: Great, I'II come if I have time. M: Great, I'II come if I have time. Section B Section B Now, you want to know about life in the past, ri Now, you want to know about life in the past, ri ght? I can tell you. When I was a boy, things ght? I can tell you. When I was a boy, things were different. I had to get up at six every morning. T were different. I had to get up at six every morning. T hat was not very bad in summer, but in hat was not very bad in summer, but in winter it was cold. And we didn't have any hot water in winter it was cold. And we didn't have any hot water in the house. We had to wash in cold water. the house. We had to wash in cold water. We didn't have a bathroom. My dad had some chickens. I We didn't have a bathroom. My dad had some chickens. I had to feed them every morning and had to feed them every morning and then I had to walk to school with my little sister. It then I had to walk to school with my little sister. It was two miles to school and two miles back in was two miles to school and two miles back in the evening. But it always seemed longer in the morning the evening. But it always seemed longer in the morning when we were going to school. There was when we were going to school. There was a bus, but we didn't have the money. And we had to go t a bus, but we didn't have the money. And we had to go t o bed at seven o'clock every night. We o bed at seven o'clock every night. We couldn't watch TV because there wasn't any. On Sundays couldn't watch TV because there wasn't any. On Sundays we had to go to church three timeswe had to go to church three timesmorning, afternoon and evening. And we had some good ti morning, afternoon and evening. And we had some good ti mes. We could go out and our parents mes. We could go out and our parents didn't have to worry about us. didn't have to worry about us.

There weren't so many cars on the roads then, so There weren't so many cars on the roads then, so the streets were safe to play in. And there the streets were safe to play in. And there were not many robbers and thieves in those days. We had were not many robbers and thieves in those days. We had to work hard and we weren't able to buy to work hard and we weren't able to buy all those things in the shops today. Life was hard, bu all those things in the shops today. Life was hard, bu t it was simple and people were happier. I t it was simple and people were happier. I don't think I'd like to be young today. don't think I'd like to be young today. 答题卡 答题卡 题 题 序 序 1 1 2 2 3 3 4 4 5 5 6 6 7 7 8 8 9 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 10 11 12 13 14 15

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5 5 1 1

5 5 2 2

5 5 3 3

5 5 4 4

5 5 5 5

5 5 6 6

5 5 7 7

5 5 8 8

5 5 9 9

5 5 0 0

6 6

答 答 案 案

A A

A A

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A A

D D

B B

D D

c c

题 题 序 序

6 6 1 1 2 2

6 6 3 3

6 6 4 4

6 6 5 5

6 6 6 6

6 6 7 7

6 6 8 8

6 6 9 9

6 6 0 0

7 7

答 答 案 案

B B

A A

c c

A A

D D

B B

A A

D D

B B

c c

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