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盐城市 2015 届高三年级第一学期期中考试

英 语 试 题
第一部分 听力(共两节,满分 20 分)
做题时,先将答案标在试卷上。录音内容结束后,你将有两分钟的时间将试卷上的答案转涂到答题卡 上。 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选项,并标在 试卷的相应位置。听完每段对话后,你都有 10 秒钟的时间来回答有关小题和阅读下一小题。每段对话仅读 一遍。 1. What time is it now? A. 7:15. B. 7:30. C. 7:45. 2. What does the woman mean? A. She agrees with the man. B. She disagrees with the man. C. She is not sure about it. 3. What did the woman do last night? A. She stayed at home. B. She had a date with the man. C. She saw a film. 4. Where does the girl think her father is now? A. At home. B. At the club. C. At his office. 5. What is Susan Gray? A. A writer. B. A student. C. A reporter. 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个小题,从题中所给的 A、B、C 三个选项中选出最佳 选项,并标在试卷的相应位置。听每段对话或独白前,你将有时间阅读各个小题,每小题 5 秒钟;听完后, 各小题将给出 5 秒钟的作答时间。每段对话或独白读两遍。 听第 6 段材料,回答第 6、7 题。 6. What does the man want to find? A. A cheap hotel. B. A cheap house. C. Some travelers’ cheques. 7. When do the banks close? A. At 2:00 in the afternoon. B. At 7:00 in the evening. C. At 10:00 in the evening. 听第 7 段材料,回答第 8 至 10 题。 8. How many days did they stay there? A. Seven days. B. Twenty-two days. C. Six days. 9. Who caught the most fish? A. Ben. B. Kathy. C. Ben’s father. 10. Why does Ben not want fish for dinner? A. Because he doesn’t like fish. B. Because he ate too much fish on his holiday. C. Because his mother doesn’t want him to eat fish. 听第 8 段材料,回答第 11 至 13 题。 11. Where does the conversation take place? A. At a shop. B. At a market. C. In a hospital. 12. What has the man brought to the woman? A. Some fruit. B. Some food. C. Some medicine. 13. Why doesn’t the man want to stay too long? A. Because he is busy. B. Because he doesn’t see Mr White. C. Because the woman needs more rest. 听第 9 段材料,回答第 14 至 17 题。 14. How many hours does Xiao spend training each day? A. Two. B. Three. C. Five. 15. How was Xiao feeling when his heart was “beating really fast” inside his chest? A. Anxious. B. Confused. C. Exhausted. 16. How many Olympic bronze medals has Xiao won? A. One. B. Four. C. Five. 17. Why does Xiao think he will make a great coach? A. He will retire in five years. B. He is very knowledgeable. C. He enjoys traveling. 听第 10 段材料,回答第 18 至 20 题。 18. What is the speaker? A. A teacher. B. A tour guide. C. A shop assistant. 19. What does the bookshop sell? A. Chinese books. B. English books. C. French books. 20. Which shop is outside the shopping centre? A. Larp’s. B. Li-Ning. C. Splend Tea Shop.

第二部分 英语知识运用(共两节,满分 35 分)

第一节 单项填空(共 15 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 15 分) 请认真阅读下面各题,从题中所给的 A、B、C、D 四个选项中,选出最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂 黑。 21. —The speech contest is due to be held next week. See to ________ that you’re ready on time! —No problem. I have been preparing for it recently. A. everything B. all C. yourself D. it 22. A situation often appears where we know what a character means and how to read it but it has ________ our minds when we want to write it down. A. slipped B. crossed C. occupied D. eased 23. About a month ago, October 9 to be ________, French writer Patrick Modiano, 69, won the 2014 Nobel Prize for Literature. A. flexible B. precise C. honest D. fair 24. The kitchen might have been workable had Nicola kept it tidy; ________ it was littered with pots and pans. A. therefore B. anyhow C. instead D. though 25. Residents in the neighborhood where a gunman killed several people have to ________ the question of whether their houses are safe. A. push for B. wipe away C. relate to D. wrestle with 26. Happiness is a butterfly, which, when pursued, is always just beyond your grasp, but ________, if you will sit down quietly, may alight upon you. A. that B. which C. one D. whose 27. ________ from a popular video game, the TV series Swords of Legends made 27-year-old Li Yifeng find success as an actor this summer. A. Adapted B. Having adapted C. Being adapted D. To be adapted 28. —Could you please tell me ________ that prevents her from being happy? —She has taken the driving test three times but hasn’t passed yet. A. what it is B. it is what C. how it is D. it is how 29. The proportion of elderly people increases in Britain and medical advances make it possible to keep alive patients who ________ previously. A. would die B. had died C. should have died D. would have died 30. The true traveller sets out to make an independent, unhurried journey to the unknown, travelling ________ few people have set foot. A. in which B. what C. when D. where
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31. My brother and some of his classmates ________ as volunteers to help the elderly in the old-age home during the winter holiday to come. A. worked B. are working C. will be working D. have been working 32. The workers are going on strike for the salaries here are low ________ the rates elsewhere. A. with B. against C. through D. beyond 33. Discrimination is a problem that’s been troubling America’s social ________ for years. A. construction B. conscienc e C. awareness D. framework 34. —________, I can attach no definite meaning to this rather grand sentence. —Why not turn to your teacher for help? A. As hard I might try B. Try hard as I might C. As hard as I might try D. Try as hard as I might 35. —James should give up the idea of winning everyone’s respect and focus on his own work. —________. How did you know that? A. You are not getting it B. Exactly—one step at a time C. You make it sound so easy D. Thank you for bringing it to my attention 第二节 完形填空(共 20 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 20 分) 请认真阅读下面短文,从短文后各题所给的 A、B、C、D 四个选项中,选出最佳选项,并在答题卡上将 该项涂黑。 With two teenagers on the way to college, there wasn’t much money left over for holiday shopping. Although I had never 36 my concern to my daughter, somehow they knew. They are smart kids who are also exceptionally 37 . I was on my way to the mall to do a little Christmas shopping. With a 38 list in one hand and car keys in the other, I asked what they wanted for Christmas. I 39 myself for their response. They looked up as if praying to God for enlightenment on what to say. They looked me square 40 the eye and said, “we’re good.”
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“ There 41 be something you want. What are you really thinking?” I waited nervously for a(n) 42 . They quietly deliberated and Juliana, older and wiser, swallowed hard before answering. “we don’t need a

thing.” They nodded. “ 43 ,” she reaffirmed. I stared at her in 44 , waiting for her to smile or crack a joke, but she was 45 . “We’re really good, Mum,” Andrea said. “We have 46 a girl could want. You and Dad have given us everything. We are happy,” she said moving to Juliana, “just to 47 you.” I felt my heart 48 a beat as time stood still. Their words reverberated in my head as my eyes welled with tears of 49 . Both girls wrapped their arms around me and hugged me long and hard. “I insist you let me get you something. We can afford it,” I lied. Juliana pulled back and her solemn voice took 50 . “ Then get us something we can share.” Andrea chimed, “We’re really good at sharing.” They were 51 me with kindness. I looked at my daughters in awe and silently thanked God for 52 me with two great kids. How could I be so lucky? I assembled the Christmas 53 in the family room in its usual spot. Andrea opened the box of ornaments and dangled one on a branch near me. Andrea gave me an endearing smile. “ This ornament 54 up the way I feel.” Juliana peered over her shoulder and read the inscription. “Love really is the best 55 of all.” 36. A. conveyed B. clarified C. interpreted D. hidden 37. A. unconscious B. thoughtful C. tentative D. confidential 38. A. complicated B. full C. long D. short 39. A. equipped B. admired C. prepared D. assigned 40. A. in B. on C. through D. off 41. A. can B. would C. should D. must 42. A. assessment B. reply C. opinion D. request 43. A. Seriously B. Probably C. Actually D. Extremely 44. A. depression B. horror C. disbelief D. relief 45. A. ambitious B. determined C. merciful D. outspoken 46. A. anything B. something C. everything D. nothing 47. A. have B. respect C. acknowledge D. compensate 48. A. suffer B. suck C. swap D. skip 49. A. relief B. anxiety C. joy D. hope 50. A. up B. over C. down D. away 51. A. killing B. challenging C. burdening D. blaming 52. A. providing B. treating C. presenting D. blessing 53. A. party B. tree C. dinner D. cake 54. A. puts B. takes C. cuts D. sums 55. A. signal B. inspiration C. gift D. virtue

第三部分 阅读理解(共 15 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 30 分)

请认真阅读下列短文,从短文后各题所给的 A、B、C、D 四个选项中,选出最佳选项,并在答题卡上将 该项涂黑。 A The University of Hong Kong Important Notes on Visa Application for Mainland Students I. All non-local students are required to obtain an Entry Permit (student visa) from the Hong Kong Immigration Department (ImmD) for the purpose of studying in the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR). II. An applicant of such a student visa to HKSAR for study purpose is required to have a local sponsor. Mainland students should request the HKU China Affairs Office (CAO) to be their visa sponsor. III. SUBMIT YOUR VISA APPLICATION NOW!! HK Immigration Department will take at least 6 weeks to process an Entry Permit. IV. Upon the Entry Permit being granted by ImmD, CAO will collect the Entry Permit label for onward transmission to the applicant. However, the permit label will only be sent to the applicant after he/she has submitted a copy of the signed Letter of Acceptance to the Firm Offer of Admission. V. Besides the Entry Permit label, a mainland student should apply for an “Exit-entry Permit for Travelling to and from Hong Kong and Macao” (EEP) and a relevant exit endorsement from the Public Security Bureau where his/her household registration is kept. VI. The duration of stay in Hong Kong should be equal to the period shown on the admission letter. The applicant is strongly advised to enter Hong Kong not more than 2 weeks before the programme commencement date for registration procedures and/or participating in the University’s orientation activities. VII. All submitted documents will not be returned. The online visa application fee of HK$850 is non-refundable. For further enquiries on visa applications, please contact CAO by email at visaapp@hku.hk. 56. The HKU China Affairs Office (CAO) is responsible for ________. A. being the visa sponsor of all the students B. helping mainland students apply for their EEP C. ensuring students’ duration of stay in Hong Kong D. transmitting the Entry Permit label to the applicant 57. We can learn from the passage that ________. A. the applicant will have the permit label immediately the Entry Permit is granted B. it will take HK Immigration Department about 2 weeks to process an Entry Permit

C. a mainland student has to apply for a student visa online at his/her own expense D. a student should apply for a relevant exit endorsement from CAO B Scotland has a rich culture which is distinct from the other nations in the UK, though it has similarities (as is typical for countries which are located close together). Scottish people are often fiercely proud of their culture, which in the past was the target of attempts to suppress it to create a single “British” culture—based on English culture. Today, in more enlightened times, Scotland’s cultural achievements are evident in numerous areas and are flourishing. The country has a great tradition of festivals (e.g. the Edinburgh Festivals), literature and achievement in the arts. Since the Scottish Enlightenment that followed the Act of Union, it has produced some of the greatest literary personalities, thinkers and writers of the world. Many ideas now seen as key to the modern world derive from the work of Scottish scholars, scientists and authors, such as Adam Smith. Scottish novelists have also enjoyed success in recent times, such as Irvine Welsh. Scotland’s great tradition of science has produced some of the greatest scientists and inventors of the world, including James Watt (pioneer of the Industrial Revolution), John Logie Baird (inventor of the television) and Alexander Fleming (discoverer of penicillin). More recently, scientists in Aberdeen developed the MRI scanner and those in Edinburgh created Dolly the Sheep, the first cloned animal. Scottish folk music is also flourishing, with traditional and modern folk music sung in both English, Scottish Gaelic (and sometimes Scots). Folk music often features instruments such as fiddle/violin, acoustic guitar, harp, accordion, piano, various sorts of bagpipes, and other traditional instruments as well a s voice. You may also encounter Scottish forms of dance which are also popular. This may range from simple, as at a ceilidh (pronounced “kay-lee”, a mix of dances performed to traditional music and descended from ballroom and country dancing), to more complex Scottish Country Dancing which is a form of social dancing descended from renaissance dance styles, to solo Highland Dancing if you go to a Highland Games. These styles exist alongside other popular forms of music and dance also found in other modern countries. Scottish people suffer from a stereotype which portrays them as “dour”, and while this may have been accurate in the past, it no longer is. You will find most Scots to be friendly, warm, and with a strong sense of humour, although it can take more than one meeting with you for them to warm up. Younger Scots are often hedonistic (享乐主义者), with the “night out” being a basic unit of social interaction for many people and packed pubs, bars, nightclubs and live music and comedy venues in cities. On the other hand, heavy drinking is a part of Scottish culture and has been increasing in recent years. You are likely to hear younger people talk of being drunk as a nirvana-like ideal state. However, the opposite side to this is that public drunkenness, disorderliness and alcoholism is a problem. While they may not be overly willing to make conversation with a stranger at a bus stop or other public places, nor trust you with their life story the first time they meet you, you will find most Scots to be enjoyable, lively and satisfying companions. 58. How is Paragraph 2 mainly developed? A. By analyzing causes. B. By showing differences. C. By giving examples. D. By following time order. 59. What can we know from Paragraph 3? A. Scottish folk music is often sung in Scots and Scottish Gaelic. B. Scottish folk music is played with traditional instruments only. C. Scottish people sing and dance to rock music at a ceilidh. D. Visitors can experience solo Highland Dancing at a Highland Games. 60. Which of the following is TRUE about Scottish people? A. Younger Scots like to keep themselves out of social activities. B. Younger Scots’ heavy drinking has caused some trouble to society. C. Most Scots are quite open with strangers on first acquaintance. D. Scottish people used to be stereotyped as alcoholics. 61. The underlined word “dour” in the last paragraph probably means ________. A. rigid B. shallow C. mature D. reserved C The more curious we are about a topic, the easier it is to learn information about that topic. A study published in Neuron shows what happens in our brains when curiosity is aroused. The findings could help scientists find ways to improve overall learning and memory in both healthy individuals and those with neurological conditions. “Our findings potentially have far-reaching implications for the public because they reveal a deep understanding of how a form of intrinsic (内在的) motivation—curiosity—affects memory. These findings suggest ways to improve learning in the classroom and other settings,” says lead author Dr. Matthias Gruber, of University of California at Davis. For the study, participants rated their curiosity to learn the answers to a series of trivia questions. When they were later presented with a selected trivia question, there was a 14-second delay before the answer was provided, during which time the participants were shown a picture of an unrelated face. Afterwards, participants performed a surprise recognition memory test for the faces that were presented, followed by a memory test for the answers to the trivia questions. During certain parts of the study, participants had their brains scanned via functional magnetic resonance imaging (磁共振成像). The study revealed three major findings. First, as expected, when people were highly curious to find out the answer to a question, they were better at learning that information. More surprising, however, was that once their curiosity was aroused, they showed better learning of entirely unrelated information (face recognition) that they encountered but were not necessarily curious about. People were also better able to memorize the information learned during a curious state across a 24-hour delay. “Curiosity may put the brain in a state that

allows it to learn and memorize any kind of information, like a vortex (漩涡) that sucks in what you are motivated to learn, and also everything around it,” explains Dr. Gruber. Second, the investigators found when curiosity is stimulated, there is increased activity in the brain circuit (大 脑回路) related to reward. “We found that intrinsic motivation actually recruits the very same brain areas that are heavily involved in extrinsic (外在的) motivation,” says Dr. Gruber. Third, the team discovered that when curiosity motivated learning, there was increased activity in the hippocampus, a brain region that is important for forming new memories, as well as increased interactions between the hippocampus and the reward circuit. 62. In which section of the newspaper would you most probably find this passage? A. Culture. B. Health. C. Education. D. Science. 63. Paragraph 3 mainly talks about ________. A. the process of carrying out the study B. the participants’ performance in the study C. the way the participants had their brains scanned D. the participants’ answers to the trivia questions 64. According to Dr. Gruber, ________. A. memory has a highly significant influence on curiosity B. intrinsic motivation is heavily involved in extrinsic motivation C. the curious mind is a “vortex” for information of any kind D. the power of curiosity may be used by many except teachers 65. Th e writer mainly wants to tell us in the passage ________. A. why curiosity is important to students B. how curiosity affects the brain to improve learning C. how curiosity and motivation work harmoniously D. when a person’s curiosity can be greatly aroused D Dear Baby, As I am writing this to you, you are safely growing in your mother’s womb, getting a little bigger and stronger by the day. You are not due to this world until the first week of January, I’ve been told, but I have to admit, I have been thinking a lot about you lately. I don’t know if you’re a little girl or a little boy. Nobody knows actually except for the doctors. See, your Mom has chosen not to know, so you will be a surprise to everyone, and I like it that way. You’ve got a fine mother. I don’t know her that well, having met her only twice, but she impressed me with her personality and her qualities. Needless to say, I like her a lot. On the other hand, I know your father quite well: he’s my son. And I can tell you right now, he has no idea of the responsibilities that are going to fall upon his shoulders, the very minute we hear your first cry. But he’ll manage, just like I did, just like my father and his father bef ore him did. As impatient as I am for you to join the large family, I am also worried. The thought crossed my mind that something could go wrong with you or your Mom. You know, the kind of feeling one experiences before boarding an airplane. We know everything will be fine in the end, but we can’t help thinking about it anyway. But so far, you’re both doing just fine. Isn’t an ultrasound (超声波) the greatest thing? Too bad we can’t just look at yours for now! What worries me too is your future. This world you’re coming into is not human friendly. Of course, we all want the best possible for you, but we live in troubled times and I don’t foresee your life being so easy, wishing of course I am wrong. I am the first generation in our family who hasn’t been called to go to war in over a hundred years. Your Dad is the second generation. My dearest wish for you is that you will be part of the third generation. The irony is that, as time progresses, humanity should learn from experiences and mistakes, but as our life is made easier all the time with new technology, I get the notion that somehow, we are going backwards. One would think that with such powerful means as the Internet, for example, communication between people as well as education in general would improve. Is it the case? I’m not sure. Anyway, we’ll have plenty of time later to discuss this as you grow up and learn. Because you don’t know it yet, but you and I will talk a lot, provided I am around for some time. You’re coming to this world with a lot of pluses on your side. You will be born into a close knit, loving family, and even though it can be overbearing sometimes, this alone, Child, is priceless! Both your parents are good providers, so you will probably always have what you need until you fly off the nest. Both of them work in the medical field, so your health and growth will be carefully watched. Both sets of your grandparents are alive and reasonably well, so you can be sure they’ll all stand in everybody’s and each other’s way just to catch a glimpse of you. But in the end, your life will be yours, and your decisions and choices will determine which direction you want to go. Most likely, you will be baptized (洗礼) and that’s where we’ll draw the line. You will be left to make your own decisions as you grow up and discover the world, but you’ll never be alone to do so, you can always rely on a ny of us for advice and help if you so wish. We’ll be there for you. Love, Your Grandfather (you know, the crazy, ugly one!) 66. What do we know about the baby’s father? A. He is successful but irresponsible. B. He doesn’t know what it takes to be a father now. C. He will get nowhere with taking care of a baby. D. He will mean his child to be a soldier.

67. Why does the writer mention “boarding an airplane” in Paragraph 2? A. To show his impatience. B. To clarify one of his experiences. C. To illustrate his nervousness. D. To restore his self-confidence. 68. What does the underlined sentence “You’re coming to this world with a lot of pluses on your side” probably mean? A. The baby will be burdened with a whole host of responsibilities. B. The baby cannot fall short of the large family’s high expectations. C. The baby is bound to succeed in life with the help of the family. D. The baby will enjoy considerable advantages in his or her life. 69. Which of the following would the writer most probably agree with? A. Communication and education benefit little from powerful means such as the Internet. B. The world is full of troubles and people, even neighbors, are not friendly to each other. C. The family will love the baby so much as to let the baby do whatever he or she wants. D. The grandchild must depend on the family to make important decisions and choices. 70. From the letter, we can see that the writer seems ________. A. crazy and stubborn B. kind and worry-free C. open and humourous D. lucky and narrow-minded
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第四部分 任务型阅读(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一个 最恰当的单词。 .. 注意:请将答案写在答题卡上相应题号的横线上。每个空格只填 1 个单词。 Narcissism in Teens Narcissism (自恋; 自我陶醉) is a personality disorder that gives a person an over-inflated sense of his own importance. This begins for some teens with low self-esteem who create fantasies to compensate for their poor opinions of themselves. TeenHelp.com reports that 1 percent of all teens have the disorder and that between 50 percent and 75 percent of narcissists are male. Although some selfishness is expected in teens, narcissism can become a problem in adulthood if parents do not address it at a younger age. According to TeenHealth.com, those with a narcissistic personality disorder often exaggerate their own skills and require constant admiration and respect from others. They also believe that others are envious of their qualities of being attractive, skillful or powerful. In many cases, they expect to receive special treatment and do not consider the feelings of others. Overall, those with the disorder become too proud and have an inflated sense of self-importance. This is particularly troublesome for a teen because it could lead to problems when listening to parents or teachers, which could hinder development. The disorder is caused by both genetic and environmental factors. PsychologyToday.com reports that like other personality traits, genes can play a large part in the equation. Because genes are also responsible for the teen’s physical appearance, genetic traits can lead to narcissism. Many believe, however, that developmental factors are the most influential in shaping a teen’s narcissistic behaviour, according to PsychologyToday.com. These factors include admiration from parents, a lack of negative feedback, over-praise, childhood abuse, a sensitive temperament, inadequate care from parents, and learning manipulation from other people. According to the Mayo Clinic, treatment is difficult because the teen is already fragile mentally. In most cases, treatment attempts are not favorably received because they conflict with the teen’s perception of himself. Cognitive behavioral therapy, family therapy, and group therapy are options, depending on the circumstances. Parents might have the most success taking their teens to family therapy sessions because they allow the entire family to explore communication issues together. Parents can help by teaching their teens the proper way to interact with a group and highlighting empathetic behavior. A 2010 study called “Rethinking ‘Generation Me’—A Study of Cohort Effects From 1976–2006,” which was published in the journal “Perspectives on Psychological Science Studies,” argues that the current generation is no more narcissistic than previous generations. Every generation has its narcissists and its selfless individuals, so teens in every generation seem more self-centered at the time, but become more aware of this behavior as they age. As a result, while parents might feel as though their teens are more self-centered than they were as teens, evidence doesn’t support that idea. Narcissism in Teens
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Passage outline Introduction

Supporting details ●Narcissism refers to a personality disorder characterized by self-centeredness, and an exaggerated sense of self-importance. ●If left unaddressed, early problems with narcissism can (71) ▲ into adulthood. ●Narcissists often have an exaggerated sense of their own abilities and achievements. ●Narcissists are (72) ▲ longing to be admired and respected by others. ●Narcissists hold the belief that others (73) ▲ them their skills, attractiveness or power. ●Narcissists expect to be specially treated and usually have their own way, (74) ▲ of others’ feelings.

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Treatments

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●Narcissistic personality disorder is genetically-based, as genes play an important role in (76) ▲ physical appearance. ●Many developmental factors have the greatest (77) ▲ on a teen’s narcissism. ●Currently, it is not easy to treat narcissistic personality disorder because treatment attempts are in (78) ▲ with the way the teens think about themselves. ●Treatment options include cognitive behavioral therapy, family therapy, and group therapy, of which family therapy might be the most (79) ▲ . There is no (80) ▲ in support of the idea that today ’s teens are more self-centered than their parents were as teens.

第五部分 书面表达(满分 25 分)
81. 请阅读下面短文,并按照要求用英语写一篇 150 词左右的文章。 A young couple moved into a new neighbourhood. The next morning while they were eating breakfast, the young woman saw her neighbor hanging the washing outside. “That laundry is not very clean; she doesn’t know how to wash correctly. Perhaps she needs better laundry soap.” Her husband looked on, saying nothing. Every time her neighbour hung her washing out to dry, the young woman made the same comments. A month later, the woman was surprised to see a nice clean wash on the line and said to her husband, “Look, she’s finally learned how to wash correctly. I wonder who taught her this.” The husband replied, “Never be arbitrary. In fact, I got up early this morning and cleaned our windows.”

[写作要求] 1. 作文中可以使用亲身经历或虚构的故事,也可以参照阅读材料的内容,但不得直接引 用原文的句子。 2. 作文中不得出现真实姓名和学校名称。 [评分标准] 概括准确,语言规范,内容合适,篇章连贯。

盐城市 2015 届高三年级第一学期期中考试

英 语 答 案
1-5 AAACC 6-10 ABACB 11-15 CACCA 16-20 BBBAC 21-25 DABCD 26-30 BAADD 31-35 CBBBD 36-40 ABDCA 41-45 DBACB 46-50 CADCB 51-55 ADBDC 56-57 DC 58-61 CDBD 62-65 DACB 66-70 BCDAC 71. continue 72. constantly 73. envy 74. regardless 75. Causes 76. determining 77. influence/effect/impact 78. conflict 79. successful/effective 80. evidence 81. One possible version: While a young couple new to a neighbourhood looked through the windows over their breakfast, the wife found her neighbor’s laundry always dirty until one day her husband cleaned their own windows. Obviously, the young woman was deceived by the perception and formed arbitrary judgments, which made her a laughingstock. So never should we rush to judgment without examining the evidence. If we act arbitrarily in face of the forks in the road of life, we may go in the wrong direction and get farther and farther away from our destination. Moreover, arbitrariness can make us too proud and imprison our soul in the long term. To avoid arbitrariness, we must look before we leap, striving for a comprehensive understanding of the situation we are confronted with. Also, we should be open to advice. Lastly, always be cautious in judgments because what looks like a neighbor’s dirty laundry to us may be simply a result of our dirty windows!

英语试题听力文稿
Text 1 W: I’m afraid we can’t arrive there on time. M: Don’t worry. I’ve ordered a taxi for 7:30. It will arrive here in 15 minutes. Text 2 M: Hi, Ann. How about having a picnic with us this weekend? W: Oh, I couldn’t agree with you more. Text 3 M: Did you go to the cinema last night? W: Well, I meant to. But just when I was about to leave it began to rain. Text 4 M: Hello! This is Bill Smith in the Greenhouse Club. May I speak to Mr. Jones? W: I’m sorry. But my Dad isn’t in right now. I can give you his office phone number. He won’t be back until six o’clock. Text 5 W: Good evening, Professor David, my name is Susan Gray. I’m with the local newspaper. Do you mind if I ask you a few questions? M: Certainly not. Go ahead, please. Text 6 W: Good afternoon.
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M: Hello, I wonder if you can help me. I’ve just arrived here, and I’m looking for somewhere to stay. W: Uh, huh… M: Can you tell me where I can find a cheap hotel? W: Certainly. There are a few around here, but the nearest and one of the nicest is just around the corner. It is called the Euro Hotel. Would you like me to phone to see if they have a room? M: No, that’s OK. I’ll just wander round there myself. Ah! Another thing, I need to change some travelers’ cheques, but I don’t know what time the banks close. W: They close at 7 o’clock in the evening. M: Right. Thanks. Text 7 W: Hi, Ben. M: Hi, Jane. How are you? W: I’m well, thanks. I’ve just been swimming in the lake. How was your holiday, Ben? M: It was great. We went fishing on the Huang River. W: What was the best part of your trip? M: The best part was being able to swim in the river whenever I wanted to. W: Did you catch any fish? M: We all caught some fish but Dad caught the most. He caught twenty-two fish in the seven days we were there. Mum caught six but my cousin Kathy caught the biggest one. W: Yes, but how many fish did you catch? M: I only caught one but Mum said it tasted the best of all. W: It sounds as if you had a great holiday. M: We did. I have to go now. It’s time for dinner. W: What are you having for dinner tonight? M: I don’t know. Anything as long as it’s not fish!

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Text 8 M: Hello. Mrs White. I hope you are feeling better today. W: Oh, yes. Thank you. I’m feeling much better now. The doctor gave me some medicine. I think the fever is almost gone. M: That’s good and you’re looking well. By the way, how do you find the hospital here? W: Both the doctors and nurses are very nice indeed. M: Glad to know that. Are you allowed to have some fruit? I’ve bought some oranges. W: That’s very kind of you. M: Where is Mr. White? W: He is not here at the moment. But he has been staying with me for the last two days. M: Is there anything at all that I can do for you? W: No, I don’t think so, thank you. M: All right. I’d better not stay too long. You need more rest. I’ll come again. W: Please don’t. I’m much better now. I know you are very busy. M: If you need anything, please do let me know. W: I will. Thank you for coming and for the or anges too. M: Don’t mention it. Goodbye and take care of yourself. W: Bye-bye. Text 9 W: Good morning. Today I am going to interview Ning Xiao, an Olympic diving champion. M: I’m well and I’m happy to be here. W: Can you tell me what it is like to be an Olympic champion? M: Yes, being a champion can be very challenging and exhausting because I train for five hours a day: two hours in the morning and three hours in the afternoon. W: How did you feel before you competed in the Olympic Games? M: I felt vey nervous. I could feel my heart beating really fast inside my chest. W: How many medals did you win at the Olympics? M: I won one gold and four bronze medals. W: Congratulations, and that ’s a wonderful achievement. In which countries have you competed?

M: I have been in competitions in Australia, Scotland, Ireland and Japan. My favorite country is definitely Scotland because I find the people really friendly and welcoming. W: What ambitions do you have for the future? M: I would like to keep diving for another five years. Then I will retire and become a diving coach. I know that I will make a coach because I know a lot about diving and I have learnt some special diving techniques. W: Thank you Xiao for speaking with me. Good luck with future diving competitions. Text 10 Could I have your attention please? Thank you. As I told you yesterday morning, this afternoon is our shopping afternoon. If you look on the back page of your tour programme, you’ll see a little map of the city center, with names of some of the shops marked. As you won’t have too much time, I’m just going to explain to you what they sell. We’re now in the Friendship Shopping Centre. On your right is Larp’s, a very good place for shoes and boots, rather than gloves, bags, clothes or others. Opposite that is Li-Ning, a good place for sports goods. Not cheap, but really nice. Next door to Li-Ning is a place for books. They have got books on almost every subject anyone has ever written about, airplanes to animals but Chinese only—so none of your English books I’m afraid. If you walk along, there are shops which sell cameras, radios, and so on, which you won’t buy, I’m afraid. If you are tired or would like to have a nicer cup of afternoon tea, I suggest Splend Tea Shop, where you can have British afternoon tea, with very good home-made cakes, chocolates and other things. The shop is two blocks away from here, but within walking distance.


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