杭州二中 2012 学年第一学期高二年级期末考试英语试卷
本试卷分第 I 卷（选择题）和第 II 卷（非选择题）两部分，共 100 分
第 I 卷 满分 68 分
第一部分：听力（共两节，每小题 1 分，满分 15 分） 第一节 1. When does Tom plan to leave? A. A
t 5:15. B. At 5: 30. 2. What is the man going to do after the meeting? A. Continue to work. B. Go straight home. C. Take swimming lessons. 3. What did the man do for three weeks? A. He took a sightseeing trip. B. He studied in a different class. C. He stayed home watching TV. 4. Where does this conversation most probably take place? A. In a market. B. In a kitchen. C. In a garden. 5. What do we know about the match? A. It might not be much fun. B. It must be exciting. C. It has to be put off.
C. At 5: 45.
第二节 听第 6 段材料，回答 6-7 题。 6. What did Alan use to play when he was at school? A. Football. B. Tennis. C. Volleyball. 7. Which of the following places does the woman often go to? A. Stadium. B. The Health Center. C. The Cup Final. 听第 7 段材料，回答 8-9 题。 8. What has the man brought to the woman? A. Some fruit. B. Some food. 9. Why doesn’t the man want to stay too long? A. Because he is very busy. B. Because he knows the woman needs more rest. C. Because he is told by the doctor not to stay long. 听第 8 段材料，回答 10-11 题。 10. Where does this conversation probably take place?
C. Some medicine.
A. In a shoe store. B. In a hotel. C. In a department store. 11. Why did the man use his passport while he was shopping? A. Because he needed to check in the hotel. B. Because the woman asked him to show his passport. C. Because he wanted to pay for the shoes with his traveler’s checks. 听第 9 段材料，回答 12-15 题。 12. What does the speaker mainly talk about? A. The difference between human beings. B. The difference between the human beings and animals. C. The human beings and animals. 13. In what way are men different from animals? A. Men can understand things quickly. ks5u B. Men can learn from each other. C. Men have learned to use language. 14. Which of the following is TRUE according to the passage? A. Some apes can learn a few words. B. An ape can think about the past and the future. C. An ape can join words and make sentences. 15. What do scientists know now? A. How children learn to speak. B. Why apes can learn a few words. C. Man’s brain helps him learn to speak. 第二部分：英语知识运用（共两节，满分 25 分） 第一节：单项填空（共 18 小题； 每小题 0.5 分，满分 9 分） 从 A、B、C、D 四个选项中，选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项，并在答题纸上将该选项标号 涂黑。 16. —I think you’d better improve your writing before Mr. Smith grades it. —Oh, dear! _______ A. Who cares? B. You’re welcome. C. I don’t mind at all. D. Is it as bad as that? 17. Villagers along the coast depend on the fishing industry, _______ there won’t be much work. A. where B. that C. by which D. without which 18. If your rented car isn’t insured, you may _______ great loss when anything unexpected happen. A. risk B. deny C. avoid D. delay 19. —Did you go to see the New Year’s Gala on December 31st? —Yeah. Every boy and every girl in the school _______ invited. A. were B. have been C. was D. has been
20. Some worry that if we have illegal immigrants ________ in, many locals will lose their jobs. A. come B. coming C. to come D. having come 21. When the new traffic rules were first applied, some cars were found stopping at crossings, even when the green light was on, not ________, as the drivers were afraid of a sudden yellow light. A. moved B. moving C. to move D. being moved 22. It was announced that only when the suspect was found ________ to return to their school. A. the pupils would be permitted B. had the pupils been permitted C. would the pupils be permitted D. the pupils had been permitted 23. Mistakes don’t just happen; they occur for a reason. Find out the reason and then making the mistake becomes ________. A. unique B. important C. essential D. worthwhile 24. Any suggestion or help from you will be greatly appreciated. Please give me a reply at your earliest ________. A. convenience B. conclusion C. consideration D. enquiry 25. —Would you please explain to me why “Gangnam Style” became so popular? —I’m sorry but that’s ________ I’m puzzled. A. what B. why C. which D. where 26. The US is believed to be less interested in expanding its political influence as it has a lot of problems to ________ within its own. A. attend to B. apply for C. account for D. approve of 27. The GDP for 2013 is expected to rise by more than _______ 8 percent. A. any other B. the other C. another D. other 28. The Times Square in New York, _______ by countless high rises and advertisements, is a must-see for visitors. A. surrounding B. being surrounded C. surrounded D. having been surrounded 29. —Do you think we should put the remaining products on sale? —Yes, we should, for we _______ enough, and our time _______ out. A. have earned; is running B. had earned; is running C. earn; has run D. earned; has run 30. Many universities provide scholarships for those outstanding students _______ financial aid. A. in place of B. in face of C. in debt of D. in need of 31. I heard Tom telling everyone that he’s got a new job, but he didn’t mention _______ more than a dozen times before that. ks5u A. to reject B. having been rejected C. having rejected D. to be rejected 32. Knowing that she was shy and easily scared, the teacher reminded her _______ to pay more attention to her handwriting. A. roughly B. similarly C. privately D. firmly 33. All have some dark days but all are not strong enough to hold on _______ things get better. A. when B. until C. whether D. unless 第二节：完型填空（共 16 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 16 分） 阅读下面短文，掌握其大意，然后从 34—49 题所给的四个选项（A、B、C、D）中，选
出最佳选项，并在答题纸上将该选项标号涂黑。 Carmen’s mother Maria had just survived a serious heart attack. But without a heart transplant her life was in 34 danger. Both the mother and daughter knew that the chances were very small: finding a donor (捐 赠的) heart that 35 Maria’s blood type could take years. However, Carmen was determined to save her mother. She kept 36 hospitals all over the country. Days stretched out. By Christmas, Maria had trouble walking from one end of the room to the other. Carmen lost all 37 . She fell into a corner of the hospital, crying. “Are you okay?” a man asked. Carmen sobbed as she told the stranger her 38 . This middle-aged man was named Frank, whose wife, Cheryl, a tender and devoted mother of four lovely children, had been in hospital with a brain disease and wouldn’t 39 it through the night. Suddenly, an idea came to Frank’s mind. He knew Cheryl had always wanted to 40 something from herself. Could her heart go to Carmen’s mother? After reviewing the data, doctors 41 Frank that his wife’s heart was 42 some miracle a perfect fit for Carmen’s mother. They were able to 43 the transplant. That cold night, when Cheryl was 44 dead, Frank came to knock at Maria’s door. She was 45 for Frank’s family as she had been doing every day recently. Though Maria had never met Frank before, they both felt a strange 46 as they hugged and cried. On New Year’s Eve, Carmen attended Cheryl’s funeral with Frank’s family, who were singing their 47 song “My heart will go on.” One day later, on New Year’s Day, Maria 48 with Cheryl’s heart. Yes, Cheryl’s loving heart would go on, for it was alive in another 49 mother’s chest. 34. A. constant B. slight C. complex D. sound 35 A. matched B. backed C. missed D. adapted 36. A. finding B. phoning C. touring D. begging 37. A. confidence B. power C. hope D. strength 38. A. event B. condition C. truth D. story 39. A. put B. support C. pass D. make 40. A. save B. recycle C. donate D. separate 41. A. informed B. warned C. congratulated D. reminded 42. A. at B. by C. for D. on 43. A. give up B. carry out C. search after D. put off 44. A. noticed B. predicted C. thought D. declared 45. A. praying B. asking C. crying D. singing 46. A. expression B. bond C. idea D. feeling 47. A. smart B. merry C. favorite D. sad 48. A. passed away B. dressed up C. left behind D. woke up 49. A. leaving B. linking C. loving D. thinking 第三部分：阅读理解（共 14 小题；每小题 2 分，满分 28 分） 阅读下列短文，从每题所给的四个选项（A、B、C、D）中，选出最佳选项，并在答题纸上 将该选项标号涂黑。
A Many of us like spicy food. It is known that people in some provinces in China, such as Sichuan and Hunan, generally believe chili makes their food taste better. Some go to such an extreme that they even can not survive without spicy food. While a moderate amount of chili can make our tongues burn, our mouths wide open, and our bodies sweat, this is nothing compared with the “ghost chili”, which got its name as the world’s hottest in the Guinness World Records in 2006. “Ghost chili” got its name because it is supposedly so hot that it can scare away ghosts. Autumn is peak season for what the Los Angeles Times writer Mark Magnier described as the “innocent-looking, thumb-sized devil (魔鬼)”. Every year there are competitions in which “ghost chili” beats other members in its family and wins the world title as the hottest. So just how hot is this powerful pepper? “It creates a ribbon of fire from lips to tongue to newly upset stomach. The discomfort lasts several hours,” Magnier wrote in his report about the magic power of “ghost chili”. Thoudam Anand is an Indian government worker who grows “ghost chili” peppers in his garden. He told Magnier about the first time he ate “ghost chili” – when his friends secretly put some into his food. “Unbearable pain, panic … and teeth gnashing followed,” Anand said. An elderly neighbor suggested a local remedy (疗法): go and eat mud. He did – he ran to the nearest pond. “I would’ve swallowed anything to cool down,” he said. “And since I had no taste buds left, the mud tasted just fine.” In fact, “ghost chili” is so hot that it is often not even described as “food”. Local Indian airport authorities will confiscate (没收) souvenir “ghost chili” peppers as they are listed as potential hijacking weapons. According to AFP, researchers in the country are testing grenades, sprays and gas made from “ghost chili” to fight terrorists and help women defend themselves. “It’s all-natural,” said Lokendra Singh, director of the Defense Research and Development Organization’s lab in northeast India. 50. From the passage above we can learn that the “ghost chili” ________. A. is very powerful mainly because of its small size B. looks quite ordinary and normal like other chilies C. can be used to help people scare the ghosts away D. often makes people unable to survive without it 51. The example of Anand is given in paragraph 4 to tell us ________. A. it’s quite fun to taste the “ghost chili” B. it’s dangerous to grow the “ghost chili” C. mud tastes better than the “ghost chili” D. the “ghost chili” tastes extremely hot 52. Saying “I would’ve swallowed anything to cool down,” Anand meant ________. A. he would try anything to get better B. he preferred chilies to anything else C. he regretted eating the “ghost chili” D. he was not very particular about food
B Below is some interesting news from a newspaper: Girl’s Crazy Historical Costumes Stella Ehrhart, a US third-grader, dresses up as a different historical figure every day before school---yes, you heard right! The 8-year-old has been coming to class in a different persona (人物) daily since the second day of second grade, when she showed up as American author Laura Ingalls Wilder. Stella gets ideas for what to wear from the book 100 Most Important Women of the 20th Century. However, in the past she has also dressed up as fictional characters including Hermione Granger from Harry Potter. The eager student managed to get through the entire second grade without repeating herself, but now she is running out of ideas. The girl’s parents, who are both theater professionals, say they support their daughter’s “creativity”. Her mother told UK news website The Huffington Post, “She goes into her closet and just picks out what she wants each day.” Learning Soars How do you get a child’s early education off the ground? A head teacher in the Georgian city of Rustavi has found a unique way of creating an exciting learning environment. He has transformed a plane into a kindergarten. Gari Chapidze bought an old but functional Yakovlev Yak-42 from Georgian Airways and filled it with education equipment, games and toys, but left the cockpit (驾驶舱) untouched so it could be used as a play area. “The idea was to create a kindergarten where children go with joy,” Chapidze, who runs the kindergarten, told AFP. “The children come in to the kindergarten with pleasure and cry when they have to go home. They are happy here,” he added. Taxi Driver Gets Lucky in Las Vegas Bright lights and big wins---this is what Las Vegas is known for, and even the taxi drivers here get lucky. Well, at least recently one did. Adam Woldemarim, 42, discovered $ 221,510 in the back of his van after a long day at work. The money was in a laptop case left between the seats of the Virgin Valley cab. What did Woldemarim do with the cash? He turned it in. The Ethiopian driver soon got a call from the case’s owner who, according to the Las Vegas Review-Journal, had “won big” and was on his way to the airport when he realized he had forgotten his winnings. Woldemarim was given a $ 2,000 reward. But it was reported that the driver’s fellow taxi drivers thought he should have got a lot more. Eat Crickets (蟋蟀) and Worms at a Museum The Academy of Natural Sciences in Philadelphia is putting on a night for meat eaters who want to try some unusual foods. It is hosting a cocktail party on Oct 27 called Cuisine from the Collections. The food on the menu is inspired by the exhibited specimen (标本) at the museum. The event is for adults only. Let’s hope they don’t get a stomach bug from all the insects!
53. Stella Ehrhart gets ideas how to dress up every day before school from ________. A. Laura Ingalls Wilder B. a book C. Hermione Granger D. her parents 54. Which of the following is the biggest problem Stella Ehrhart is facing? A. She has to get through the entire second grade dressing up as others. B. She’s finding her parents no longer offer her as much support as before. C. She’s finding it hard to think of enough new figures to dress up as.
D. She has difficulty dressing up without falling behind in study. 55. Yakovlev Yak-42 is a certain kind of ________. A. school B. company C. toy 56. We can infer from the above news that ________. A. eating insects can be dangerous B. kids dislike the plane kindergarten C. Las Vegas only brings luck for the poor D. all the girls love fancy clothes and costumes C
We all remember seeing hitchhikers (搭便车的人), standing by the side of the road, thumb sticking out, waiting for a lift. But it is getting rare nowadays. What killed hitchhiking? Safety is often mentioned as a reason. Movies about murderous hitchhikers and real-life crime have put many drivers off picking up hitchhikers. That no single women picked me up on my journey to Manchester no doubt reflects the safety fear: a large, strangely dressed man is seen as dangerous. But the reason may be more complex: hitchhiking happens where people don’t have cars and transport services are poor. Plenty of people still hitchhike in Poland and Romania. Perhaps the rising level of car ownership in the UK means the few people hitchhiking are usually considered strange. Why can’t they afford cars? Why can’t they take the coach or the train? Three-quarters of the UK population have access to a car; many of the remainder will be quite old. The potential hitchhiking population is therefore small. Yet my trip proves it’s still possible to hitchhike. The people who picked me up were very interesting-lawyer, retired surgeon, tank (坦克) commander, carpenter, man who live in an isolated farmhouse and a couple living up in the mountains. My conclusion is that only really interesting people are mad enough to pick up fat guys in red, spotted scarves. Most just wanted to do someone a good turn; a few said they were so surprised to see a hitchhiker that they couldn’t help stopping. The future of hitchhiking most likely lies with car-sharing organized over the Internet, via sites such as hitchhikers.org. But for now, you can still stick your thumb out (actually, I didn’t do much of that, preferring just to hold up my destination sign) and people—wonderful, caring, sharing, unafraid people—will stop. In the UK, with its cheap coaches and reasonable rail service, I don’t think I’ll make a habit of it. But having enjoyed it so much, I’m ready now to do a big trip across Europe and beyond. In the 1970s a female friend of my wife’s hitchhiked to India. How wonderful it would be to have another go, though Afghanistan might be a challenge. I wish I’d got that tank commander’s mobile number. 57. The author tried to hitchhike but was rejected by single women drivers because ________. A. they were not heading towards Manchester B. they thought most hitchhikers were dangerous C. hitchhiking was forbidden and they didn’t want to break the law D. he was a strong man in strange clothes who seemed dangerous 58. From the above passage we can learn that in the UK ________. A. it is certain that hitchhiking has no future B. hitchhiking isn’t needed as much as before
C. those who pick up hitchhikers don’t see movies D. people don’t like traveling by coach or train 59. Why does the writer say at the end of the passage that Afghanistan might be a challenge? A. Because transportation in Afghanistan is bad. B. Because Afghanistan is too far from the UK. C. Because Afghanistan is a dangerous place. D. Because people in Afghanistan are tough. D The glass office and apartment towers of New York City, which is a major stopover for migrating birds (候鸟) on the Atlantic flyway, can be deadly for birds. “We live in an age of glass,” said Ms. Laurel, an architect. “It can be a perfect mirror in certain lights, and the larger the glass, the more dangerous it is.” An approximated 90,000 birds are killed yearly by flying into buildings in New York City. Often, they strike the lower levels of glass towers after seeking for food in nearby parks. Some experts say such crashes are the second-leading cause of death for migrating birds, after habitat loss, with a national number ranging up to a billion a year. As glass office and apartment towers have increased in the last decade, so, too, have calls to make them less deadly to birds. The San Francisco Planning Commission adopted bird-safety standards for new buildings in July, and this month that city’s Board of Supervisors will vote on making it law. The United States Green Building Council, a nonprofit industry group that encourages the creation of environmentally conscious buildings, will introduce a bird-safety credit this fall as part of its environmental certification process. There are no easy fixes, however. A few manufacturers are exploring glass designs that use ultraviolet (紫外线) signals visible only to birds, but they are still in their experimental stage. Dot patterns, shades, screens — even nets — are the main choices available. New York City Audubon, the American Bird Conservancy and other groups are actively pressing for their use. “I hope there will come a time when putting up an all-glass building is like wearing a fur coat,” said Glenn Phillips, chief director of New York City Audubon. “Not that no one will do it, but maybe they’ll think twice about it.” Often, only one section of a building is to be changed. “You don’t necessarily have to treat every window.” Mr. Phillips said. The Jacob K. Javits Convention Center is the most recent building to voluntarily correct the problem of bird crashes. The architects designed refitting (整修) that included less reflective glass and a dot pattern. Some new all-glass buildings are designed so that birds can easily detect them. Environmentalists point to Frank Gehry’s IAC headquarters in Chelsea as an example. Horizontal, dotted white bands control the flow of light, while the curved (有弧度的) surface prevents a mirror effect. 60. What is the main idea of the passage? A. New York is a city famous for the beautiful glass towers. B. Danger from glass towers for migrating birds causes concern. C. New York has adopted some new safety standards for buildings. D. Glass towers are being forced to take measures to protect birds. 61. What is the number one cause of death for migrating birds? A. Climate change B. Habitat loss C. Lack of food D. Crashing into buildings
62. What does the underlined word “fixes” in the third paragraph probably mean? A. Choices B. Explanations C. Solutions D. Developments 63. Which of the following can be learned from the above passage? A. In many cases, the whole building needs to be refitted to prevent bird crashes. B. The Jacob K. Javits Convention Center is the first building to deal with bird crashes. C. About 90,000 birds are killed due to habitat loss in New York City each year. D. The glass designs that use ultraviolet signals are still in their early stages.
第 II 卷 32 分
第四部分 写作 (共四小节，满分 32 分) 第一节：单词拼写（每小题 0.5 分，满分 5 分） 64. We advised him to publish his latest research but it seemed that he didn’t i___________ to. 65. If you have anything to add, or you disagree with anything, please post any of your c___________ here. 66. Those who are more c___________ with their life and themselves are usually easier to be happy. 67. The two chimps c___________ approached us because to them, I'm sure we were the unusual-looking visitors! 68. Among the s___________ Sam brought back home from Tibet, a small silver ring is his favorite. 69. The government has f___________ the problem and already taken effective measures in advance. 70. He’s been busy a___________ for the coming conference meeting these days. 71. News came that many cars became out of control and s___________ off roads in the big snow. 72. In order to welcome the Spring Festival, they are planning to give the house a t___________ cleaning. 73. The restaurant offers v___________ of delicious dishes that can rarely be tasted elsewhere. 第二节：课文填空（每小题 1 分，满分 10 分） 74. First of all, he wrote out a long list of all the foods ______________________________. 75. I went ______________________________ recently, but my trip took me longer than I expected. 76. ______________________________, the room is rather small, so I have temporarily put my books on the floor. 77. You’ll find your colleagues very eager to assist you, so you may be able to ______________________________ if you’re interested. 78. A footballer was accused of taking money for ______________________________ so as to let the other team win. 79. She explained that as an amateur photographer she expected all the photographs ______________________________ to her before they were published. 80. You have three layers of skin which act ______________________________ disease, poisons and the sun’s harmful rays. 81. Cover ______________________________ a dry, clean bandage that will not stick to the skin. Hold the bandage in place with tape. 82. When he and his father rushed outside, a man ran from the scene. They discovered that Anne Slade, mother of three, ______________________________ with a knife. 83. He slowed the bleeding by ______________________________ the wounds until the police
and ambulance arrived. 第三节：短文改错（每小题 0.5 分，满分 5 分） 假定英语课上老师要求同学之间交换修改作文，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：在缺词处加一个漏词符号（/\） ，并在该句下面写出该加的词。 删除：把多余的词用斜线（\）划掉。 修改：在错的词下划一横线，并在该词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（从第 11 处起）不计分。 例如： It was very nice to get your invitation to spend /\ weekend with you. Luckily I was the am completely free then, so I’ll to say “yes”. I’ll arrive in Bristol at around 8 pm in Friday on evening. ks5u
Many students are enthusiastic to school activities. They believed that they should take every chance to get the practical knowledge. However, a large group students take no interest in them. They believe that they should make fully use of time to study. Beside, they feel that school activities have much to do with their future development. As far as I am concern, I prefer the first view. By take part in school activities, we can learn a great deal from other students. We can also learn how to communicate and cooperate with others, what is of great importance.
第四节：书面表达（满分 12 分） 你班英语课上正在进行名言警句 （quote） 交流活动， 假设你挑选的名言警句是 “Passion (激情、热情) is the key to success.” ：请按下列要求用英语写一篇 100-120 个词的演讲稿： １. 介绍该警句的意义及谈谈你的看法 ２. 举例说明理由 注意：开头已经给出，不计入总词数。 Hi, my dear friends. The quote I’d like to share with you today is “Passion is the key to success.”_______________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________
杭州二中 2012 学年第一学期高二年级期末英语答卷
第四部分 写作 (共四小节，满分 32 分) 第一节：单词拼写（每小题 0.5 分，满分 5 分） 64.___________ 65. ___________ 66. ___________ 67. ___________ 68. ___________ 69.___________ 70. ___________ 71. ___________ 72. ___________ 73. ___________ 第二节：课文填空（每小题 1 分，满分 10 分） 74._______________________________ 76. _______________________________ 78. _______________________________ 80. _______________________________ 75. _______________________________ 77. _______________________________ 79. _______________________________ 81. _______________________________
82. _______________________________ 83. _______________________________ 第三节：短文改错（满分 5 分） 假定英语课上老师要求同学之间交换修改作文，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：在缺词处加一个漏词符号（/\） ，并在该句下面写出该加的词。 删除：把多余的词用斜线（\）划掉。 修改：在错的词下划一横线，并在该词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（从第 11 处起）不计分。 例如： It was very nice to get your invitation to spend /\ weekend with you. Luckily I was the am completely free then, so I’ll to say “yes”. I’ll arrive in Bristol at around 8 pm in Friday on evening. Many students are enthusiastic to school activities. They believed that they should take every chance to get the practical knowledge. However, a large group students take no interest in them. They believe that they should make fully use of time to study. Beside, they feel that school activities have much to do with their future development. As far as I am concern, I prefer the first
view. By take part in school activities, we can learn a great deal from other students. We can also learn how to communicate and cooperate with others, what is of great importance.
第四节：书面表达（满分 12 分） Hi, my dear friends. The quote I’d like to share with you today is “Passion is the key to success.”_____________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________
第一部分：听力（共两节，满分 15 分） 1---5 BCACA 6---10 BBABC 11---15 CBCAC 第二部分：英语知识运用（共两节，满分 25 分） 第一节：单项填空（共 18 小题； 每小题 0.5 分，满分 9 分） 16---20 DDACB 21---25 BCDAD 26---30 ACCAD 31---33 BCB 第二节：完型填空（共 16 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 16 分） 34---49 AA BCDDC ABBDA BCDC 第三部分：阅读理解（共 14 小题；每小题 2 分，满分 28 分） 50---52 BDA 53---56 BCDA 57---59 DBC 60---63 BBCD 第四部分 写作 (共二小节，满分 32 分) ks5u 第一节：单词拼写（满分 5 分）ks5u 64. intend 65. comments/comment 66. content/contented 67. curiously 68. souvenirs 69. foreseen 70. arranging 71. slid/slipped 72. thorough 73. varieties 第二节：课文填空（满分 10 分） 74. First of all, he wrote out a long list of all the foods which were forbidden. 75. I went on an excursion recently, but my trip took me longer than I expected. 76. To make matters worse, the room is rather small, so I have temporarily put my books on the floor. 77. You’ll find your colleagues very eager to assist you, so you may be able to concentrate on photography later if you’re interested. 78. A footballer was accused of taking money for deliberately not scoring goals so as to let the other team win. 79. She explained that as an amateur photographer she expected all the photographs to be submitted to her before they were published. 80. You have three layers of skin which act as a barrier against disease, poisons and the sun’s harmful rays. 81. Cover the burned area with a dry, clean bandage that will not stick to the skin. Hold the bandage in place with tape. 82. When he and his father rushed outside, a man ran from the scene. They discovered that Anne Slade, mother of three, had been stabbed repeatedly with a knife. 83. He slowed the bleeding by applying pressure to the wounds until the police and ambulance arrived. 第三节：短文改错（满分 5 分） Many students are enthusiastic to school activities. They believed that they should take about believe every chance to get the practical knowledge. However, a large group /\ students take no interest in of them. They believe that they should make fully use of time to study. Beside, they feel that school full Besides
activities have much to do with their future development. As far as I am concern, I prefer the first nothing/little concerned view. By take part in school activities, we can learn a great deal from other students. We can taking also learn how to communicate and cooperate with others, what is of great importance. which 第四节：书面表达（满分 12 分） （略）
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