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金华一中高三年级 12 月月考英语试卷
测试日期:2012 年 12 月 28 日 说明:本试卷分第一卷(选择题)和第二卷(非选择题)两部分,共 120 分。考试时间:120 分钟。 机读卡考号(9 位数) :10003****(试场号+座位号) ,科目:英语。请按规定填

涂。选择题(1-65 题)均填涂在机读卡上,其中任务型阅读答案 E=AB , F=CD 第一部分英语知识运用(共两节,满分 30 分) 第一节:单项填空(共 20 小题;每小题 0.5 分,满分 10 分) 从 A、B、C、D 四个选项中,选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项,并在机读卡上将该选项标号涂黑。 1. — I missed the football match on TV last night. — Never mind. ______. You can find out the results in the newspaper. A. It?s no big deal B. Don?t worry C. What a pity D. That?s OK 2. Things go back to ______ since we paid off all our debts. A. formal B. regular C. common D. normal 3. —Betty told me the last mountainous bike you preferred to yesterday was bought by John. —Oh, my! How I regret that I didn?t buy ______. A. that B. such C. one D. it 4. Many road accidents occur because drivers cannot ______ the speed of approaching vehicles. A. conclude B. count C. measure D. value 5. — I would never go to that supermarket again. The quality of the goods there is too poor. — _______. A. Nor am I B. Neither would I C. So do I D. The same with me 6. Because natural disasters occur at random times, it is difficult to warn people _______. A. at present B. at last C. on time D. in advance 7. People who have studied ancient instruments are hoping to learn more about the culture that ______ this ancient flute. A. produce B. produced C. is producing D. was produced 8. — Can I help myself to something to eat? — Of course, you are ______ to, you are our guest. A. required B. requested C. hoped D. expected 9. The children had only _______ slight temperature, but the doctor regarded the illness as serious enough for ________ hospital treatment. A. a; 不填 B. 不填; the C. a; the D. 不填; a 10. As they ______ their way through the desert the sun beat down upon them with more fierceness. A. went B. took C. came D. made 11. The old man has a son and two daughters, ______ treat him well, _______ made him very sad. A. and none of whom; as B. neither of them; which C. and none of whom; what D. none of whom; which 12. We need to strike a ______ between the needs of the community and the rights of the individual. A. balance B. level C. equality D. combination
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13. China is the world?s largest cigarette market, _______ over 30% of the total world consumption. A. accounting for B. adding up to C. consisting of D. contributing to 14. We consider it necessary that a plan _______ before doing the work. A. is made B. will be made C. should be made D. made 15. Riding a bicycle can be fun. But _______ you ride a bike to work, and then there isn?t one to ride home? A. how come B. what if C. no matter how C. wherever 16. If you _______ just wait for a moment, I?ll try to find your papers. A. must B. may C. would D. need 17. _______ we _______ the new policy for economy, we would never have bought the house. A. If ; predicted B. Did; predict C. If; have predicted D. Had; predicted 18. When you are on the bus to work in the morning, smile to the people sitting beside you, you will get his smile ______. A. in place B. in need C. in return D. in relief 19. Not _______, the process of choosing names varies widely from culture to culture.. A. obviously B. normally C. surprisingly D. particularly 20. There have been many excellent questions ______ recently regarding the new building proposal. A. came up B. brought up C. built up D. blown up 第二节: 完型填空(共 20 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 20 分) 阅读下面短文,撑握其大意,然后从 21—40 各题所给的四个选项(A、B、C 和 D)中,选出最 佳选项,并在机读卡上将该选项标号涂黑。 He lost his arms in an accident that claimed his father's life—who was the main 21 of support for the family. He had to22 the arms of his younger brother. For the sake of taking care of him, his younger brother became his 23 ,never leaving him alone for years. Except for writing with his toes, he was completely unable to do24 in his life. One late night, his younger brother accompanied him into the toilet and then went back to the dorm to 25 . But being so26 , his younger brother fell asleep, leaving him on the toilet for two hours. As the two brothers grew up together, they had their share of problems and they would often 27 . Then one day, his younger brother wanted to live28 from him, living his own life, as many normal people do. So he was 29 and didn't know what to do. A 30misfortune befell a girl, too. One night her mother, who suffered from mental illness,31 . So her father went out looking for her mother, leaving her alone at home. She tried to prepare a 32 for her parents, only to overturn the stove, 33 in a fire which took her hands away. Though her elder sister who was studying in another city, showed her 34 to take care of her, she was determined to be completely35. At school, she always studied hard. One day, the boy and the girl were both invited to appear on a television interview program. They both were asked to write something on a piece of paper with their toes. The boy wrote: My younger brother's arms are my arms;36 the girl wrote: Broken wings, flying heart. Disasters can37 at any time. How you handlemisfortune when confronted with it is the true test of your character. If you choose only to complain and 38 from the ordeal(磨难), it will always follow you wherever you go. But if you decide to be39, the hardship will turn out to be a(n)40 on which new hopes will arise.
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21. 22. . 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 36. 37. 38. 39. 40.

A. cause A. live on A. shadow A. something A. play A. tired A. support A. bravely A. heartless A. same A. missed A. meal A. leading A. willingness A. independent A. since A. strike A. hide A. careful A. difficulty

B. strength B. take on B. volunteer B. anything B. work B. angry B. separate B. differently B. heartbroken B. similar B. disappeared B. lunch B. resulting B. anxiety B. relaxed B. while B. appear B. remain B. strong B. fortune

C. source C. turn on C. bodyguard C. nothing C. wait C. impatient C. quarrel C. separately C. kind-hearted C. simple C. dismissed C. surprise C. taking C. contribution C. disabled C. as C. raise C. survive C. healthy C. occupation

D. course D. depend on D. servant D. everything D. wash D. unfair D. avoid D. thoughtfully D. hopeless D. strange D. lost D. breakfast D. bringing D. respect D. energetic D. though D. reach D. escape D. polite D.power

第二部分:阅读理解(第一节 20 小题,第二节 5 小题,每小题 2 分,满分 50 分) 第一节:阅读下列短文,从每题所给的四个选项(A、B、C 和 D)中,选出最佳选项,并在答题卡上 将该选项标号涂黑。 A Andy rode slowly on his way to school, day-dreaming about the fishing trip that his father had promised him. He was so busy dreaming about all the fish he would catch that he was unaware of everything else around him. He rode along until a strange sound drew him to the present. He came to a stop and looked curiously up to the heavens. What he saw shocked and terrified him. A huge swarm of bees filled the sky like a black cloud and the buzzing mass seemed to be heading angrily towards him. With no time to waste, Andy sped off in the opposite direction, riding furiously—but without knowing how to escape the swarm. With a rapidly beating heart and his legs pumping furiously, he sped down the rough road. As the bees came closer, his panic increased. Andy knew that he was sensitive to bee stings(蜇). The last sting had landed him in hospital—and that was only one bee sting! He had been forced to stay in bed for two whole days. Suddenly, his father’s words came to him. “When you are in a tight situation, don?t panic. Use your brain and think your way out of it. ” On a nearby hill, he could see smoke waving slowly skywards from the chimney of the Nelson family home. “Bees don?t like smoke,” he thought. “They couldn?t get into the house.” Andy raced towards the Nelson house, but the bees were gaining ground. Andy knew he could not reach the house in time. He estimated that the bees would catch up with him soon. Suddenly, out of the corner of his eyes, he spotted a small dam used by Mr. Nelson to irrigate his
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vegetable garden. Off his bike and into the cool water he dived, disappearing below the surface and away from the savage insects. After holding his breath for as long as he could, Andy came up for air and noticed the bees had gone. Dragging himself out of the dam, he struggled up the hilly slope and rang the doorbell. Mrs. Nelson took him inside and rang his mother. “You?ll really need that fishing break to help you recover,” laughed his mother with relief. “Thank goodness you didn?t panic!” But Andy did not hear her. He was dreaming once again of the fish he would catch tomorrow. 41. Why did Andy fail to notice the swarm of bees earlier? A. He was riding to school. B. He was lost in the thought of the fishing trip. C. He was going fishing with his father. D. He was listening to a strange sound. 42. Which of the following is NOT mentioned about the swarm of bees in the passage? A. They crowded like a black cloud. B. They shocked and terrified Andy. C. They tried to attack Andy in a mass. D. They made Andy stay in hospital for two days. 43. How did Andy avoid the bees in the end? A. He asked Mr. Nelson for help. B. He hid himself under the water. C. He rushed into the Nelson house. D. He rode off in the opposite direction. 44. Which of the following can best describe Andy?s escape from the bees? A. No pains, no gains. B. Once bitten, twice shy. C. Where there is a will, there is a way. D. In time of danger, one?s mind works fast. B So there are four of them in this car heading north from Coleman in the heart of Texas to the town of Abilene (阿比林), some 53 miles away. It is a hot day, and the drive is dusty and boring. Someone has had the bright idea to interrupt a nice family game of dominoes (多米诺) to go on a four-hour round-trip to eat at a really not very good restaurant. When they are back home again, one family member admits that she hasn?t enjoyed herself all that much. One by one they all confess that they would rather have stayed at home. “I only went along with it because I thought the rest of you wanted to go,” says everyone. No one wanted to go to Abilene. It had just happened. This story was first told by Professor Jerry Harvey in an article published in 1974 called The Abilene Paradox (悖论) and other meditations on management. It offers a wonderful insight into the way that decisions can sometimes just emerge, without ever being consciously “made”. Whether they mean to or not, groups exert a pressure to conform (顺从). A senior management team can find itself a long way down the track to a bad decision without realizing that the idea has very little support around the table. Close-knit (组织严密的) teams are easily influenced by the pull of groupthink. The late Professor Janis suggested several ways in which teams can avoid it. Two key steps are to invite experts from outside into meetings, and to appoint at least one person to the role of “devil?s advocate”— a role that should be played by different people in different meetings. 45. The four family members have decided to go on a four-hour round-trip to the town of Abilene because _______. A. they really like the restaurant they are going to
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B. they are tired of the game they have been playing C. they have not been to Abilene for a long time D. everyone thinks all the other family members want to go 46. When they are back home, they find that______. A. they have not really trusted each other B. they have all enjoyed the trip except one family member C. they would have had a better time if they had stayed at home D. they have all had a good time although none of them wanted to go 47. A senior management team can make a bad decision because ______. A. the idea has the support of everyone around the table B. everyone on the team is too tired to think clearly C. the group puts a pressure to conform D. they understand what each member means 48. According to Professor Janis, at least one person should be appointed to the role of “devil?s advocate ” at each meeting so that _______. A. the pull of groupthink can be avoided B. each member will play a different role C. team members can agree with each other more easily D. experts from the outside can be invited into meetings C One of the biggest challenges facing students and their families is what career they should enter and what is the best path for them to take. I was talking to someone the other day who told me he first studied accounting because that was what everyone was studying several years ago. It was and some say still is a reliable career. However, then he told me that he was now studying financial investment because again--- that?s what everyone was studying now and it was needed if he wanted to get ahead in the company. And I asked him what he was actually interested in and then— well the conversation kind of died. So I asked why he had bothered studying accounting in the first place and he explained that it was his parents? idea. Finally I asked what his passion was and he wasn?t too sure because he never thought about it. And so it is— lifelong learning— or the continual need to make ourselves marketable in a world that appears to be more competitive as time goes by. Is there a secret to help us so we can live a life of quality? Regardless or not at this stage in world history with increasing connection between people, ideas and markets —the ability to match the needs and desires of the day with your own skills and products is a tremendous and vigorous challenge. Many have gone into English or foreign language study because it was encouraged at the time when China was entering the WTO. Or maybe they were interested in international affairs or working abroad. Upon graduation they then faced the reality that there was a limit to how many jobs they could apply for. Perhaps some then studied further doing courses for work such as a tour guide or translator/ interpreter. Many may have decided that going into teaching was more rewarding or stable. Others would have gone into media or advertising or conference management and acquired new skills along the way. This constant quest to remain ahead of the game makes many upset and exhausted. Some futurists who examine technology have even predicted that people should expect to change careers six or seven times during their lifetime!
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So if you are concerned by the nature of change, why not start spending more time looking at the most modern leading economies, institutions and their publications. A whole lot of changes are starting to happen yet there is no reason why this cannot be enjoyable, exciting and also rewarding. Our attitude, approach and willingness to continually learn and update our skills must remain strong. My tip is to track the work that our government is setting about to achieve. In particular, look at the people who have been chosen as the key support team and try to read behind the light surface news and look at their career development and examine the recent reports that they are now recommending the government move towards. Key industry development, new ways of dealing with information and new demands are creating opportunities for the students and workers of tomorrow — if we stay prepared. 49. Who is this article intended for? A. Government administrators. B. Students planning their careers. C. Foreign language learners. D. Professors designing courses. 50. The case of the student who first studied accounting and then financial investment shows ______. A. many people decide their majors without knowing their own interest B. parents? decisions are always blind and will result in a life of low quality C. accounting and financial investment are necessary to ensure a reliable career. D. people never have a chance to think about their own interest in choosing career. 51. In the writer?s opinion, to make yourself competitive in the changing world today is _____. A. exhausting B. disappointing C. unbelievable D. necessary 52. According to the writer, lifetime learning can be exciting if ______. A. we are prepared for the changes B. we know who President has on his support team C. we read the publications of advanced institutions D. we learn English or some other foreign languages 53. Whoever has been chosen as the key support team of the government _______. A. shows the government?s interest in new information B. enables you to find out how hard-working these people are C. indicates the direction the economy is developing D. reveals the government encourages creative young people D It seems that there is no middle ground when it comes to cats. People either love them or hate them. These feelings are not new either. All through history, cats have been worshiped or hated. A study of ancient writings and evidence found in tombs indicates that for the past 5,000 years, cats have been kept as pets in China, Arabia, Egypt, and India. However, this isn?t very long compared to dogs, which have been domesticated for 50,000 years. Still, while the period in which cats have been domesticated may be quite short, it has definitely had its high and low points. Cats were at their highest position of domesticated life in ancient Egypt. There were more cats living in Egypt during the time of the pharaohs than in any other place in the world since that time. This high number of cats was probably due to the laws protecting them. Cats were associated with the moon goddess, Bast, so the Egyptians worshiped them as holy animals. If anyone was caught killing a cat, the person could be put to death. Families in Egypt also mourned the death of a cat and had the body of the dead cat wrapped in cloth before it was finally laid to rest. This respect for cats carried over to theRoman Empire where cats were the only animals allowed into temples. This fact was probably due to the ability of cats to keep the temples free
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of mice and rats. With the coming of the Dark Ages in Europe, the place of cats in society took a turn for the Empire, Christians began to associate cats with pegan (异教徒) beliefs. Cats had a reputation as helpers of witches. When a person was accused of being a witch, a cat would often be put on trial with the person. The cat would be tortured(拷打) to try and make the person tell the truth, and usually the cat and the person would end up being burned in a bonfire or drowned. Bonfires of collected cats were not uncommon during this time. The days of hunting witches have ended, but other myths about cats still hold out. For a while, people in some places used to bury live cats under new buildings for good luck. As well, many people today continue to believe that black cats bring bad luck. If a black cat walks in front of a person, that person must take extra care in the near future to watch out for dangerous situations. Regardless of superstition(迷信), cats remain a popular pet today. Some cat experts believe that a cat never truly be domesticated because it may turn wild and run away at any time. However, this claim has not put people off keeping cats in their homes. A third of homes in the United States have cats, and one out of every three of these homes keeps both a dog and a cat. Especially in large cities, many people in small apartments have found that cats make much better pets than dogs. Cats may not be worshiped as gods any more, but there are people who seem to think of their cat as their children. These cat owners will do almost anything to keep their pets healthy and happy. For those cat owners who have always wondered what their pets are trying to tell them, a Japanese company may have come up with the perfect invention. In 2003, the Takara Company announced the Meowlingual, a cat translation device. The Meowlingual uses a microphone, display, and cat voice analyzer to analyze a cat?s meows to determine which of 200 phrases a cat is trying to say. According to a company spokesperson, “… cat owners all over the world have been telling Takara, ? We want a cat translator!?” Now, the company “is making their dream come true by bringing in a new era of communication between cat lovers and their pets.” 54. Which of these is NOT discussed in the passage? A. the status of cats throughout history B. the evolution of different species of cats C. the popularity of the cats today D. communication between cats and their owners 55. The second paragraph mainly describes_______. A. how Bast became a goddess. B. the low point in the history of cats C. the high point in the history of catsD. the reason why cats are such good hunters 56. How were cats treated in Europe during the Dark Ages? A. as farm animals B. as food C. as magical creatures D. as honored guests 57. According to the passage, what percentage of people in the United States keep both a cat and a dog? A. about 10 percent B. nearly 25 percent C. about 33 percent D. close to 50 percent E Steve, a twelve-year-old boy with alcoholic parents, was about to be lost forever,by the U.S. education system. Remarkably, he could read, yet, in spite of his readingskills, Steve was failing. He had been failing since first grade, as he was passed onfrom grade to grade. Steve was a big boy, looking more like a teenager than a twelveyear old, yet, Steve went unnoticed... until Miss White. Miss White was a smiling, young, beautiful redhead, and Steve was in love! For the first time in his young life, he couldn?t take his eyes off his teacher; yet, still hefailed. He never did his homework, and he
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was always in trouble with Miss White. Hisheart would break under her sharp words, and when he was punished for failing to turn in his homework, he felt just miserable! Still, he did not study. In the middle of the first semester of school, the entire seventh grade was testedfor basic skills. Steve hurried through his tests, and continued to dream of other things, as the day wore on. His heart was not in school, but in the woods, where heoften escaped alone, trying to shut out the sights, sounds and smells of his alcoholichome. No one checked on him to see if he was safe. No one knew he was gone, because no one was sober(清醒的) enough to care. Oddly, Steve never missed a day of school. One day, Miss White?s impatient voice broke into his daydreams.“Steve!!” Startled, he turned to look at her. “Pay attention!” Steve locked his gaze on Miss White with adolescent adoration (青春期的爱慕), as she began to go over the test results for the seventh grade. “You all did pretty well,” she told the class, “except for one boy, and it breaks my heart to tell you this, but...” She hesitated, pinning Steve to his seat with a sharp stare, her eyes searching his face. “...The smartest boy in the seventh grade is failing my class!” She just stared at Steve, as the class spun around for a good look. Steve dropped his eyes and carefully examined his fingertips. After that, it was war!! Steve still wouldn?t do his homework. Even as thepunishments became more severe, he remained stubborn. “Just try it! ONE WEEK!” He was unmoved. “You?re smart enough! You?ll see a change!” Nothing fazed him. “Give yourself a chance! Don?t give up on your life!” Nothing. “Steve! Please! I care about you!” Wow! Suddenly, Steve got it!! Someone cared about him? Someone, totally unattainable and perfect, CARED ABOUT HIM??!! Steve went home from school, thoughtful, that afternoon. Walking into the house, he took one look around. Both parents were passed out, in various stages of undress, and the stench(恶臭) was overpowering! He, quickly, gathered up his camping gear, a jar of peanut butter, a loaf of bread, a bottle of water, and this time...his schoolbooks. Grim facedand determined, he headed for the woods. The following Monday he arrived at school on time, and he waited for Miss White to enter the classroom. She walked in, all sparkle and smiles! God, she was beautiful! He yearned for her smile to turn on him. It did not. Miss White, immediately, gave a quiz on the weekend homework. Steve hurried through the test, and was the first to hand in his paper. With a look of surprise, Miss White took his paper. Obviously puzzled, she began to look it over. Steve walked back to his desk, his heart pounding within his chest. As he sat down, he couldn?t resist anotherlook at the lovely woman. Miss White?s face was in total shock! She glanced up at Steve, then down, then up.Suddenly, her face broke into a radiant smile. The smartest boy in the seventh grade had just passed his first test! From that moment nothing was the same for Steve. Life at home remained the same, but life still changed. He discovered that not only could he learn, but he was good at it! He discovered that he could understand and retain knowledge, and that he could translate the things he learned into his own life. Steve began to excel! And he continued this course throughout his school life.
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After high-school Steve enlisted in the Navy, and he had a successful militarycareer. During that time, he met the love of his life, he raised a family, and hegraduated from college Magna Cum Laude. During his Naval career, he inspired many young people, who without him, might not have believed in themselves. Steve began a second career after the Navy, and he continues to inspire others, as an adjunct professor 副教 ( 授) in a nearby college。 Miss White left a great legacy. She saved one boy who has changed many lives. Iknow, because I am the love of his life. You see, it?s simple, really. A change took place within the heart of one boy, allbecause of one teacher, who cared. 58. What does the underlined sentence in the first paragraph mean? A. Steve would give up schooling forever. B. Steve was at a loss about improving his study. C. Being unhappy both in school and at home, Steve intended to end his own life. D. Due to his poor study, Steve was about to be expelled from his school. 59. What made Steve change greatly all of a sudden? A. Miss White?s encouragement B. Miss White?s praise C. knowing Miss White concerned him D. Miss White?s persuasion 60. What might be the best title for this passage? A. A boy loves his teacher B. The difference a teacher can make C. A great teacher D. Please care about your students 第二节 (共 5 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 10 分) 阅读下列材料,并从所给的六个选项(A、B、C、D、E 和 F)中选出符合各小题要求的最佳选 项。选项中有一项是多余选项。 The people below travel abroad. Read the following stories and decide what problem each traveler experienced while traveling. 61. _______ David got lost in an isolated place. To make matters worse, he had an accident and couldn?t walk freely. So he was in great need of timely help. 62. _______ Paul had to buy a hamburger and ate it in the park instead of eating his mother?s delicious chicken, with which he couldn?t go through the customs. 63. _______ Ann was stopped at the customs because she was carrying drugs without a doctor?s prescription. How regretted she was not to have done that! 64. _______ Sally offended some of the people in the town she was visiting by wearing inappropriate clothes. She should have found out about local customs and followed them. 65. ______ Jack didn?t obtain a transit card when he changed planes an airport, which made him very worried. There was no doubt that he was not allowed to get on board. A. My mother was worried about me. She cooked me all my favorite dishes and put them into a box to take with me on my journey. But the customs officer inspected all the plant and animal products at the airport. Unfortunately it was illegal for me to bring into the country the kind of food my mother had given me and so it all had to be thrown away. B. It was very hot so I put on some shorts and a T-shirt to go sightseeing. I hadn?t gone very far when I found everyone was looking at me, and they didn?t seem friendly to me. One woman even spat on me as I walked past. I decided to get off the crowded streets and so I turned down a small, quiet street.
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C. During the four-day walking tour, I was amazed by mountain scenery and the ancient ruins we passed on our hike. On the last day, we arrived at the ruins of Machu Picchu in time to see the sunrise over theAndes. I spent the day visiting the ruins of that ancient Inca city before catching the train back to the capital city of the country. D. When I got off the plane at the first airport. I saw someone handing out cards to some of the passengers, but I didn?t know what they were for, so I didn?t take one. When I tried to board the second plane they asked for my transit card, which I didn?t? have. I was worried they were going to send me back to London. E. I had been walking for about an hour when suddenly I slipped and fell down a riverbank. I hurt my ankle and couldn?t stand up. I didn?t know how I could get back to the village. I hadn?t told anyone what I was going, so no one would know where to look for me when they realized I was missing. F. When I arrived at my destination, a customs officer at the airport looked in my bag and found the pills in a small box. He wanted to know what the pills were for and why they weren?t in their proper bottle with my name and the doctor?s name on it. I explained that the bottle had been too big and heavy. Then he wanted to know if I had a letter from my doctor explaining about the pills. 非选择题部分(共 40 分) 第三部分:写作(共两节,满分 40 分) 第一节:短文改错(共 10 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 10 分) 假定英语课上老师要求同桌之间交换修改作文,请你修改你同桌写的以下作文。文中共有 10 处 语言错误,要求你在错误的地方增加、删除或修改某个单词。 增加:在此处加一个漏字符号(∧),并在其下面写出修改的词。 删除:把多余的词用斜线(\)划掉。 修改:在错的词下划一横线,并在其下面写出修改后的词。 注意:1.每处错误及其修改均仅限一词; 2.只允许修改 10 处,多者(从十一处起)不计分。 Nowadays more and more people, specially schoolboys and schoolgirls, are giving to video games. Many of them spend all their spare time the games, and some even stay at the game machines all days long. The reason is why they can enrich their lives as well as knowledge by playing video games. But it?s a good way of relaxing after a day?s work and study, as video games can bring a fun to people?s life. However, on the other hand, play video games too much can waste time and money, and has a bad effect on people?s eyesight and healthy. So, video games, like coins, have two sides. The key point is that we should make properly use of the games.
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第二节:书面表达(满分 30 分) 请以“Magic Power of Words”为题用英文按以下要点写一篇 100-120 个词的短文。 要点:1. 曾经鼓励我的一句话; 2. 这句话对我生活的影响。

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金华一中高三年级 12 月月考英语试卷答案 一、客观题
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Nowadays more and more people, specially schoolboys and schoolgirls, are giving to video 1.especially 2.given games. Many of them spend all their spare time ∧the games, and some even stay at the game 3.on/playing machines all days long. The reason is why they can enrich their lives as well as knowledge 4.day 5. that by playing video games. But it?s a good way of relaxing after a day?s work and study, as 6. And video games can bringa fun to people?s life. However, on the other hand, play video games 7. 删 除 8. playing too much can waste time and money, and has a bad effect on people?s eyesight and healthy. 9. health So, video games, like coins, have two sides. The key point is that we should make properly use of the games. 10. proper

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One possible version: Magic Power of Words My hardest class in high school was my physical education. We often played volleyball. All the other students were good at it, but I wasn?t. One afternoon, the teacher asked me to hit the ball to my classmates. I was so terrified that I would make a fool of myself. One of the boys on my team saw how nervous I was. He walked up to me and whispered, “Come on, you can do it.” You can?t imagine how those words of encouragement made me feel. I was so happy; I almost cried. I managed to hit the ball. I have never forgotten his kind words of encouragement. Whenever things aren?t going well, I think of those simple words: Come on, you can do it.
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