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2016-2017学年度苏锡常镇四市高三教学情况调研(一)含答案


2016-2017 学年度苏锡常镇四市高三教学情况调研(一)

英语
120 分。考试时间 120 分钟。

2017 年 3 月

注意:本试卷分第一卷(选择题) 和第二卷(非选择题) 两部分。答案全部做在答题卡上。 总分为

第一卷(选择题,共 85 分)
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。听力录音部分结束后,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 秒钟时间来回答有关小 题和阅读下一小题。每段对话仅读一 遍。 21. What does the man suggest the woman do?

A. Ask for help.

B. Buy a new toy.

C. Follow the instructions.

22. What is the woman going to do tonight? A. To go to a dance party. B. To practise the lines of the play. C. To perform in the drama contest 23. What are the speakers doing? A. Lining up to buy something. B. Complaining to the store owner. C. Waiting to be served in a restaurant. 24. What do we know about the woman? A. She is making a joke. B. She is telling a lie. C. She is getting angry. 25. When can the man leave his room at the latest? A. 12:00 pm. B. 5:30 pm. C. 2:00 pm.
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 5 秒钟阅读各个小题;听完后,每个小题将给出 5 秒钟的作答时间。每段对话或独白读两遍。 听第六段材料,回答第 6 至 7 题。 26. How does the man feel after the test?

A. Worried.

B. Relaxed.

C. Tired. C. Go to a coffee house.

27. What will they probably do next? A. Go to the cinema. B. Go home. 听第七段材料,回答第 8 至 10 题。

28. Where is the woman going?
A. To the airport. B. To the bus stop. C. To the railway station.

29. What does the woman ask the man to do?

A. To see a doctor.

B. To drive carefully.

C. To reply to the text.

30. What happened to the speakers at last? A. They had a car accident. B. They were taken to the police. C. They quarrelled with each other.

听第八段材料,回答第 11 至 13 题。 31. What’s the possible relationship between the two speakers?
A. Customer and shopkeeper. B. Husband and wife. B. On Sunday. C. Boss and employee. C. On Friday.

32. When will they go shopping?
A. On Saturday. A. He will cook a dinner for her. B. He will buy her some comic books. C. He will buy her a diamond necklace.

33. What will the man probably do on the woman’s birthday?

听第九段材料,回答第 14 至 16 题。 34. What did the woman do after failing to find her car?
A. She went to the police station. B. She called the police for help. C. She took the underground back home.

35. Why was the woman unable to find her car?
A. Because she had the car stolen. B. Because she had the car pulled away. C. Because she took the wrong exit.

36. How did the woman feel that day?
A. Happy. B. Angiy. C. Silly.

听第十段材料,回答第 17 至 20 题。 37. Which of the following products are most talked about on the social media platform?
A. Coffee, beer and chicken. A. 5%. B. 4%. B. Cola, beer and pizza. C. 80%. C. Coffee, beer and pizza.

38. What’s the percentage of Twitter messages related to food and drink? 39. What can we learn from the passage?
A. People living in developed areas are less likely to talk about fast food. B. The areas which talk about sports have higher rates of deaths and being overweight. C. Twitter provides a valuable insight towards our diet and our health.

40. What is the passage mainly about?
A. Social functions of Twitter. B. Research findings on Twitter. C. Researchers’ attitudes towards Twitter.

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 quiet life of the country has never had______ to me in that I have always regarded the country as something you look at through a train window.
A. appeal B. appetite C. affection D. application

22. —Which day shall we go on a picnic next week? —Make it______ day you like, for it makes no difference to me.
A. one B. any C. another D. other

23. — Sherry rang to say she was too busy to come.
—Well, she________ say that. She is always making excuses. A. mustn’t A. before B. would B. once C. needn’t C. after D. should D. until

24. There are still many problems to be solved______ we are ready for a long stay on the Moon. 25. — He could have put pressure on us to adopt his proposal. —Yes, but he didn’t ______
A. make his way B. get his way A. in place B. in order C. give his way C. in fashion D. feel his way D. in shape

26. Some traditional exercises like jogging, swimming and climbing may help people stay______ 27. — Sharon, why is the man so upset now? — His wallet, mobile phone and ID card______, the police are investigating and will send him to a social assistance station.
A. was stolen B. stolen C. being stolen D. having stolen

28. Men are anxious to improve their circumstances, but are unwilling to improve themselves; _____ , they remain trapped.
A. besides A. who B. therefore B. which C. however C. that D. instead D. when

29. Years may wrinkle the skin, but it is to give up enthusiasm_______ wrinkles the soul. 30. One has reason to believe that China’s anticorruption over the past few years, _____, has achieved inspiring progress. A. tough as it is B. as tough as it is C. so tough it is D. as it is tough 31. — Go for a drink together?
— Fine. I________ how to spend the rest of the night. A. wonder B. had wondered

C. was wondering

D. have wondered

32. Hard work, along with dedicated revolutionary spirit is the fundamental guarantee to success, which is________ we should learn from the pioneers participating in the Long March.
A. that B. where C. what D. how

33. — Nowadays people seem to become more and more selfish.
—How much better life would be if we________ to the values of the past! A. were to return B. had returned C. return D. will return

34. It’s strongly advised that smokers not be allowed to smoke in any room_______ babies currently occupies.
A. where B. whose C. that D. as

35. — The rising frequency of smoggy days is making me deeply worried that one day we will have to rely on masks to survive.
— _______ ! The government really should do something. A. Good idea B. I got it

C. You bet

D. That’s all right

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。 Truly happy and successful people get that way by becoming the best, most genuine (真实 的) version of themselves. Not on the outside — on the inside. It’s not about a brand or a 36. It’s about reality: who you really are. Sounds simple, I know. The problem is, it’s very hard to do, it takes a lot of work, and it can take a lifetime to 37 it out. 38 worth doing in life is ever easy. If you want to do great work, it’s going to take a lot of hard work to do it. And you’re going to have to break out of your comfort zone and take some 39 that will scare you so much. But what’s the 40 of life if not finding yourself and trying to become the best? That’s what Steve Jobs 41 when he said: Your time is 42 , so don’t waste it living someone else’s life. Don’t let the noise of others’ opinions 43 your own inner voice. You have to 44 something — your gut (直觉), fate, life, or 45 This 46 has never let me down, and it has made all the difference in my life. Now, let’s for a moment be 47 about this. Insightful as that advice may be, it sounds a little too 48 to resonate with today’s quick-fix culture. These days, if you can’t tell people exactly what to do and how to do it, it 49 deaf ears. Not only that, but what Jobs was talking about, what I’m talking about, requires focus and discipline, two things that are very hard to 50 these days. Why? Because, focus and discipline are hard. It’s so much easier to 51 to distraction (分心). Easy and addictive. There’s a business concept called opportunity cost. When you choose one course of action, you miss out on all the other opportunities you might have chosen to 52 but didn’t. People 53 stop to consider that until it’s too late. And yet, the opportunity for adventure is right there in front of each and every one of us. Until you take it, you’ll never know what you might 54 All you have to do is 55 the journey. So, take action! 36. A. personality B. quality C. talent D. reputation 37. A. put B. leave C. figure D. check 38. A. Everything B. Anything C. Something D. Nothing 39. A. rewards B. chances C. advantages D. responsibilities 40. A. aim B. sense C. effect D. result 41. A. planned B. meant C. mentioned D. informed 42. A. endless B. abundant C. random D. limited 43. A. drown out B. cater for C. submit to D. dance to 44. A. trust B. deny C. admire D. forget 45. A. however B. whichever C. whenever D. whatever 46. A. truth B. approach C. imagination D. action 47. A. realistic B. enthusiastic C. energetic D. optimistic 48. A. challenging B. dynamic C. fragile D. consistent

49. 50. 51. 52. 53. 54. 55.

A. turns out A. come by A. get down A. preserve A. frequently A. achieve A. enjoy

B. brings about B. stand by B. give in B. create B. rarely B. survive B. expect

C. falls on C. look for C. give rise C. pursue C. actively C. believe C. design

D. involves in D. care for D. pay attention D. abandon D. passively D. relieve D. start

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。

56. Who might be most interested in this advertisement? A. Those who want to receive tooth treatment. B. Those who want to become dentists. C. Those who want to sell tooth medical equipment. D. Those who want to write an article on tooth care. 57. According to the advertisement, those who may go to the dentist's are probably attracted by __. A. free emergency treatment B. cheapest natural-looking cosmetics C. new dental technologies D. discounted in-mouth camera examination B ① On a field roughly the size of an American football field, a player wearing a helmet avoids a defender. He then swings a stick with a net on its end toward the goal. This sweeping motion sends a rubber ball flying from the net past a goalkeeper for a score. ② The player—pumping his fists in celebration — has just scored a goal in lacrosse, a sport that has elements of hockey, soccer and American football. But lacrosse differs from those sports in its unique mixture of sticking-handling skills and physical contact. Often referred to as "the fastest game on two feet", lacrosse is such an exciting sport that new fans and players quickly find themselves hooked. In men’s lacrosse, two teams of 10 players compete over four periods lasting 15 minutes each. Except the goalkeeper, each team fields three attackmen, three mid-fielders and three defensemen. As in soccer, players cannot touch the ball with their hands. So players use their stick, called a crosse, to keep the ball in play. While running across the field, they cradle the ball in the net, competing to shoot a lacrosse ball into the opposing team’s gate. The modem game of lacrosse originated from the long-stick game played by the Iroquois (易洛 魁人).Mohawks, part of the Iroquois nation, taught the game to French Canadians in Montreal in 1750. This led to a series of contests between the Iroquois and the Canadians with the Iroquois winning 17 years in a row. Although they lost the games, the Canadian players never falter (犹豫) their love of the game. ③ In America, lacrosse is the fastest-growing sport at both the high school and college levels. Some coaches have said this popularity may be due to two factors—the game’s relative safety compared with other sports and its fast-paced action. Prep school coach Bob Shriver says, "It's just fun...It has more scoring than soccer, more people than basketball. It just gets in your soul." ④ Apparently, passion for lacrosse isn't limited to America. The number of member countries in the Federation of International lacrosse has grown to 51. Members include such diverse countries as Uganda, Jamaica and Malaysia, which proves that once someone grabs a crosse, they will get hooked! 21. Where can the sentence "Today, lacrosse is known as Canada's official summer sport!" most probably be put? A.① B.② C.③ D. ④ 22. What is Paragraph 3 mainly about? A. The basic rules of lacrosse. B. Lasting time of lacrosse. C. The characteristics of lacrosse. D. Different players of lacrosse. 23. What is the purpose of the passage?

To show us the popularity of the exciting lacrosse. B. To introduce to us a popular sport of lacrosse. C. To inform us of the origin and history of lacrosse. D. To reveal the significance of the sport of lacrosse. C A person’s chances of falling ill from a new strain (菌株) of flu are at least partly determined by the first strain they ever met with, a study suggests. Research in Science Journal looked at the 18 strains of influenza A (甲型流感) and the hemagglutinin protein (红血球凝集素蛋白) on its surface. They say there are only two types of this protein and people are protected from the one their body meets first, but at risk from the other one. A UK expert said that could explain different patterns in flu pandemics (流行病). The researchers, from University of Arizona in Tucson and the University of California, Los Angeles, suggest their findings could explain why some flu outbreaks cause more deaths and serious illnesses in younger people. The first time a person's immune system meets a flu virus, it makes antibodies targeting hemagglutinin protein that sticks out of the surface of the virus—like a lollipop (棒棒糖). Even though there are 18 types of influenza A, there are only two versions of hemagglutinin. The researchers, led by Dr Michael Worobey, classed them as “blue” and “orange” lollipops. They said people bom before the late 1960s were exposed to “blue lollipop” flu viruses — H1 or H2 — as children. In later life they rarely fell ill from another “blue lollipop” flu —H5N1 bird flu, but they died from “orange” H7N9. Those bom in the late 1960s and exposed to “orange lollipop” flu —H3— have the opposite pattern. His team looked at cases of H5N1 and H7N9 — two kinds of bird flu which have affected hundreds of people, but have not developed into pandemics. The researchers found a 75% protection rate against severe disease and 80% protection rate against death if patients had been exposed to a virus with the same protein version when they were children. DrWorobey said the finding could explain the unusual effect of the 1918 “Spanish flu” pandemic, which was more deadly among young adults. “Those young adults were killed by an H1 virus and from blood analysed many decades later there is a pretty strong indication that those individuals had been exposed to a mismatched H3 as children and were therefore not protected against H1. The fact that we are seeing exactly the same pattern with current H5N1 and H7N9 cases suggests that the same fundamental processes may govern both the historic 1918 pandemic and today’s contenders (斗争者) for the next big flu pandemic.” Jonathan Ball, professor of University of Nottingham, said,“This is a really neat piece of work and provides a reason why human populations have been sensitive to different strains of bird influenza over the past 100 years or so. The findings are based on analysis of patient records and they certainly need further proof in the laboratory, but nonetheless the results are pretty amazing and inspiring." 61. The findings, if proved, will help people _________. A. protect themselves from flu attacks B. analyze more clearly the records of a patient infected with a bird flu C. find out who are easier to get infected with a bird flu than others D. find new drugs to cure patients of flu infections
A.

62. The researchers use "blue lollipop” and “orange lollipop” for two versions of hemagglutinin in order to produce . A. a good visual effect B. a good logic effect C. an effect of being abstract D. an effect of being clear 63. While what Dr Worobey said is focused on the facts, Jonathan Ball’s remarks on the research are focused on ________. A. the popularity of the research B. challenges and current situation C. summary and future plans D. evaluation and influences 64. What can serve as the best title of this passage? A. Cure for Bird Flu Not Far Away B. First Flu Affects Lifetime Risk C. New Classification of Flu Pandemics D. How Bird Flu Affects People D Are you a different person when you speak a foreign language? That, s just one of the questions the New Yorker’s writer and native North Carolinian Lauren Collins explores in her autobiography, about her tough efforts to master French after marrying a Frenchman whose name —Olivier — she couldn’t even pronounce properly. When in French ranges from the humorously personal story to a deeper look at various theories of language acquisition and linguistics (语言学). The couple met in London “on more or less neutral ground: his continent, my language.” But the balance shifted when they moved to Geneva for Olivier’s work. The normally voluble Collins found herself at a loss — “nearly speechless.” The language barrier, and her dependence on her husband for simple things like buying the right cut of meat worsened her mixed feelings about "unlovely, but not ridiculous” Geneva. She comments, “Language, as much as land, is a place, to be cut off from it is to be, in a sense, homeless.” Her sense of alienation (疏离感) leads to an examination of America’s miserable record when it comes to foreign languages, “Linguists call America 'the graveyard of languages, because of its singular ability to take in millions of immigrants and make their native languages die out in a few generations,” Collins writes. Educated in Wilmington, N.C., and at Princeton, she could — like the vast majority of Americans — only speak their mother tongue. Eight months after she moved to Switzerland, Collins gives up on the natural acquisition of language and finally attends a French course. As she struggles with grammar and vocabulary, Collins notes smartly that vert (green),verre (glass), ver (worm), vers (toward), and vair (squirrel) compose a quintuple homonym (同形异义). “Although it’s difficult, French can try” she says. French is actually considered among the easiest languages for an English speaker to learn, especially compared to Arabic or Mandarin Chinese. Collins, whose notably rich English vocabulary includes glossolalia (nonsense speech) and shibboleth (catchword or slogan), finds plenty of terrific French words to love. She writes, “English is a trust fund, an unearned inheritance (遗产), but I’ve worked for every bit of French I’ve banked.” Unlike Jhumpa Lahiri, who became so hooked on Italian and used it to write In Other Words, Collins’s goals for learning French were more modest, “I wanted to speak French and to sound like North Carolina.” She also wanted to be able to deal with chimney sweeps and butchers , communicate with her in-laws, and “to touch Olivier in his own language.” She admits that she feels different speaking French, “Its austerity (朴素) made me feel more confused.” Readers looking for the romantic spark of classic cross-cultural love stories featuring an

outgoing American and a shy Frenchman will find flashes of it here. Among the many cultural differences the couple argue over are her enthusiastic American habit of applying the verb love to express enthusiasm for shoes, strawberries, and husbands alike. But there’s far more to Collins' book than fantastic comedy, and those who have weathered linguistic crossings themselves tend to find particular resonance (共鸣) in its inquiry into language, identity, and transcultural translation. Arranged by chapters named for verb tenses, When in French works its way from The Past Perfect (Le plus-que-parfait) to The Present (Le Present) and The Conditional (Le Conditionnel). Collins ends on a delightful note with Le Futur — fitting for a new mother about to move with her hard-won French husband, French language, and Swiss-born daughter to the French-speaking city of her dreams, Paris. 65. Which of the following statements is TRUE about When in French? A. It describes how most American people learn French. B. It introduces a variety of theories about French learning. C. The author tells her experiences in a serious way. D. The book offers a traditional way of learning a foreign language. 66. Which of the following has the closest meaning to the underlined word “voluble” in Paragraph 2? A. graceful B. dependent C. talkative D. energetic 67. Why do Linguists call America “the graveyard of languages”? A. Because other languages are prohibited in America. B. Because only English-speaking people can immigrate into America. C. Because immigrants’ native languages contradict English in America. D. Because American culture swallows up immigrants’ native languages gradually. 68. What can be inferred from Paragraph 4 and Paragraph 5? A. Collins’ English vocabulary knowledge contributes little to her French learning. B. Collins has found out some effective ways of mastering French words. C. Arabic or Mandarin Chinese are easier to learn than French for English speakers. D. It’s terrifying for Collins to have French words in store for practical use. 69. The example of Jhumpa Lahir in the passage is given to show that ? A. Collins aims at using French for her daily life B. Collins wants to apply French to serve her writing C. it’s inappropriate for Jhumpa Lahir to write in another language D. foreign language always makes learners feel complicated about life 70. Which of the following items are mentioned by the author of this book review? ① the theme ② the structure ③ the publisher ④ the popularity ⑤the writing style A. ①②④ B. ②③⑤ C. ①②⑤ D. ①③⑤ 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:每个空格只填 1 个单词。请将答案写在答题卡上相应题号的横线上。 Molecules found on phones reveal lifestyle secrets What does your phone say about you? Molecules (分子) found on mobile phones reveal an astonishing amount about the owner’s health and lifestyle — including their food preferences and medication.

Californian scientists found traces of everything from caffeine and spices to skin creams and anti-depressants (抗抑郁药物) on 40 phones they tested. We leave traces of molecules, chemicals and bacteria on everything we touch. Even washing hands thoroughly would not prevent the transfer to everyday objects, the researchers said. Using a technique called mass spectrometry (光谱测定) , the University of California San Diego research team tested 500 samples taken from 40 adults, mobile phones and hands. They then compared them with molecules identified in a database and produced a “lifestyle profile” of each phone owner. Dr Amina Bouslimani, an assistant project scientist on the study, said the results were revealing. "By analysing the molecules they left behind on their phones, we could tell if a person is likely to be female, uses high-end cosmetics (化妆品), dyes her hair, drinks coffee, prefers beer over wine, likes spicy food, is being treated for depression, wears sunscreen and bug spray — and therefore likely to spend a lot of time outdoors—all kinds of things, ” she said. Most of the molecules are thought to be transferred from people’s skin, hands and sweat to their phone. Mosquito repellents (驱蚊剂) and sunscreens were found to stay for a particularly long time on people’s skin and phones, even when they had not been used for months. Previous research by the same team found that people who had not washed for three days still had lots of traces of health and beauty products on their skin. The study said the testing method could identify an object’s owner without fingerprints. It could also check if patients were taking their medication. Besides, it could provide useful information about a person’s exposure to pollution. The researchers now want to find out more about the great quantity of bacteria that cover our skin — and what they reveal about us. Senior author Prof Pieter Dorrestein said there were at least 1,000 different microbes living on the average person’s skin, in hundreds of locations on the body. Molecules found on phones reveal lifestyle secrets Research result 71___________ research Your mobile phones convey a large amount of information on your personal health and lifestyle. People who had not washed for three days still had lots of traces of health and beauty products on their skin.
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Research 72 ___________

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Molecules, chemicals and bacteria can be traced on mobile phones 73____ the habit of washing hands thoroughly. With the help of a 74 ____, researchers tested 500 samples from 40 phones. 75 ___________ the samples with molecules identified in a database, scientists produced a “ lifestyle profile” of each phone owner. Based on the 76 ___________of the molecules, scientist could tell a person’s gender, habits, hobbies, etc.

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Practical application

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The testing method can tell an object’s owner’s 77 _________ in the absence of fingerprints. Information about a person’s medication can be checked. How much a person is 78 ___________ to pollution can he traced.

79 ___________ research

The researchers want to have a better 80 ____ of bacteria covering our skin.

第五部分:书面表达(满分 25 分) 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。 Taking babies on their flights can be incredibly discouraging for parents. They’re often faced with the passengers who may get annoyed. Stares, sighs, complaints and shakes of the head are just a few things that keep parents from looking their fellow passengers in the eye. Therefore, some parents try to make it easier for their fellow passengers by handing out goodie bags as a beforehand apology — usually filled with some candy and a set of ear plugs. Hi stranger! My name is Andaqi. I will be 4 months on January 15th and this is my first flight. I'll try to be on my best behavior, but I’d like to apologize in advance if I lose my cool, get scared or my ears hurt. I’m also at the beginning stages of teething so I don't always feel good. I know I’m just a baby but I want you to enjoy this flight as well My mom, Niqelle, packed you this goodie bag with a few treats. There are also ear plugs in case my first public serenade isn’t as enjoyable to you as it is to my mom. Have a great flight and thanks for understanding! Andaqi & Niqelle This immediately went viral online. Some think it’s a nice gesture and they’re just trying to be nice — a good instinct in these tense times. However, others think differently as babies should not need to apologize for being babies.
【写作内容】 1. 2. 用约 30 个词概括上述短文的主要内容; 用约 120 个词就上述话题发表你的看法,内容包括以下要点:

(1) 你是否赞成这种行为; (2) 用 2?3 个理由或论据支撑你的看法。 【写作要求】 1. 2. 3. 写作过程中不能直接引用原文语句; 作文中不能出现真实姓名和学校名称; 不必写标题。

【评分标准】 内容完整,语言规范,语篇连贯,词数适当。

2016-2017 学年度苏锡常镇四市高三教学情况调研(一)
英语参考答案 第一部分:听力(每小题 1 分,满分 20 分)

1-5 CBACC 6-10BCCBA 11-15 BBABC 16-20 CCACB 第二部分:英语知识运用 第一节单项填空(每小题 1 分,满分 15 分) 21-25ABBAB 26-30 DBBCA 31-35 CCACC 第二节完形填空(每小題 1 分,满分 20 分) 36-40 DCDBB 41-45 BDAAD 46-50 BAACA 51-55BCBAD 第三部分:阅读理解(每小題 2 分,满分 30 分〉 56-57 AC 58-60 CAB 61-64 CDDB 65-70 BCDBAC 第四部分:任务型阅读(每小題 1 分,满分 10 分) 71. Previous 72. details / information73. despite 74. technique 75. Comparing 76. analysis /analyses 77. identity / identification 78. exposed 79. Future 80. understanding / knowledge 第五部分:书面表达(满分 25 分) Possible versions: (Approval) To apologize for their babies’ possible annoying noises, some mothers hand out goodie bags and notes in the name of babies to passengers around. This soon becomes a buzz topic. (30words) Such an initiative and behavior, from my perspective, should be encouraged. To begin with, it’s polite to make an apology to those suffering from noise babies make even though sometimes we can’t avoid it. In addition, this nice gesture may ease tensions crying babies create and get understanding from people around. Most importantly, it’s an absolute adorable way to remind people to be patient with babies in a very sweet way. After all, in public places, everyone is responsible for the maintenance of a peaceful environment so as to leave people around in a better state of mind. All in all, such a thoughtful and simple act of kindness can convey genuine feeling and I’ll give the mother a thumb-up. (120words) (Against) To apologize for their babies’ possible annoying noises, some mothers hand out goodie bags and notes in the name of baby to passengers around. This soon becomes a buzz topic. (30words) I don’t think it necessary. In the first place, as young parents, you should not be scared of 听力文本: Text 1 W: I simply can’t put this toy car together in a proper way. David, can you help me? M: If you follow the instructions step by step, you’ll find it easier. Text 2 M: Hi, Jenney. There’s a dance party tonight on campus. Wanna go with us? W: I’d like to, but I have to practise the lines of my play tonight. The yearly drama contest is only one week ahead, you know? Text 3 W: That’s crazy! I have been waiting here for more than 3 hours! M: Don’t complain. I stayed up all night for the chance to get the seventh version of the iPhone! Text 4 W: Oh, my God! Your lies really drive me mad! Are you trying to make a fool of me?

M: No, I didn’t lie. I was telling the truth this time. Text 5 M: Excuse me, when do I have to leave my room? W: Normally it’s before 12 o’clock. M: Well, you see, my plane doesn’t go till half past five tomorrow afternoon. W: Then you may keep the room till 2 pm if you want. Text 6 M: Hello, Susan! What’s up? W: It’s about the test we’ve just had. It made me feel terrible. What about you? M: Well, not bad, but no use worrying about it. Anyway, the test is over and you can’t change anything. W: Absolutely! I really should go home and prepare for the next test, but I’m feeling tired. M: Come on! Let’s go and grab a coffee. You’ll soon cheer up. W: Sounds great! I should do something to relax myself. Text 7 W: Hey, Terry, could you be a little faster? My train leaves in about 30 minutes. M: Sure.... Oh, a text from my mom about her doctor’s appointment. W: My God! You’re not going to text and drive, are you? M: No worry! I’m pretty good at it. W: To be honest, I feel uncomfortable with you trying to do both at the same time...and it is against the law. M: I’ve had a lot of practice. W: Please pull over. I’ll just take a taxi there. M: No, no, no. I’m almost finished with this text...just a second. W: Watch out! (Sound of crash) M: Ah! No! My car! W: Forget your car. I think it would be a good time for you to text or call the police. M: Oh, my God! Text 8 W: Steven, shall we go shopping tomorrow? M: Hum...Why not go shopping the day after tomorrow? Tomorrow is Saturday. I hate all the hustle and bustle of Saturday shopping. W: But it is the same with Sunday. If you don’t mind, that’s OK. M: Hum...Maybe it will be better. The most important thing is that I can have a day to get relaxed after a week’s work. W: I see. Let’s fix it the day after tomorrow. M: By the way, what kind of stores do we need to go to? W: I want to buy some clothes in a clothing store. When we are going back, go to the butcher’s to buy some chicken. What’s more, I guess we’ll pick some comic books for Peter, for next Friday is his birthday. M: Ok. Let’s also go to the jewelry store to buy a diamond necklace. I want to buy one for you as your birthday present. W: Well, forget about it. Diamond things are not my cup of coffee. Thank you, anyway. I’d prefer a dinner cooked by you. You were such a good chef and all the beautiful memories.

M: Sure, that’s a deal! Text 9 M: You look tired. What on earth have you been doing? W: Oh, I’ve been such a fool! You just wouldn’t believe what I have done. M: I would. Come on. W: I’ve been to London. I thought I’d be very sensible, so I drove down to the underground in the suburbs of London. But when I got back out of London, I couldn’t find my car. So I rang the police and told him what had happened. M: Did he help you find your car? W: Yes. He took me back into the underground station and out the other side into the other car park.. .and there was my car. Because there are two exits, you see, so I walked out of an exit, not knowing there were two and it was the other one. M: And was he angry? W: Yeah, and I was so sorry that I apologized all the time. M: Sounds like a terrible trip! Text 10 You may think Twitter, a universally popular social media platform, is used for just a small talk. No one can really convey a message in just 140 characters. But according to researchers, our Twitter messages provide a valuable insight towards our diet and our health. Coffee, beer and pizza were the most talked about products on the social media platform. Starbucks also featured highly, followed by alcohol, which increases the risk of some types of cancer. Researchers from the University of Utah assessed around 80 million Twitter messages sent between mid-2014 and mid-2015 only to find 4 million, which had mentioned food or drink. Besides, researchers found messages from poor areas were less likely to mention healthy foods while people living in developed areas were more likely to talk about fast food. The study also found the areas which talked more about walking, dancing and running had fewer deaths and lower rates of being overweight.


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