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decreases.indrectly 完形： An unemployed graduate woke up one morning and checked his pocket. All he had left was $10. He decided to use it to buy food and then wait for death as he was too proud to go begging.. He was frustrated as he could find no job, and nobody was ready to help him. He bought food and as he sat down to eat, an old man and two little children came along and asked him to help them with food as they had not eaten for almost a week. He looked at them. They were so lean that he could see their bones coming out. Their eyes had gone into the socket. With the last bit of compassion he had, he gave them the food. The old man and children prayed that God would bless and prosper him and then gave him a very old coin. The young graduate said to them 'you need the prayer more than I do'. With no money, no job, no food, the young graduate went under the bridge to rest and wait for death. As he was about to sleep, he saw an old newspaper on the ground. He picked it up, and suddenly he saw an advertisement for people with old coins to come to a certain address. He decided to go there with the old coin the old man gave him. On getting to the place, he gave the proprietor the coin. The proprietor screamed, brought out a big book and showed the young graduate a photograph. This same old coin was worth 3 million dollars. The young graduate was overjoyed as the proprietor gave him a bank draft for 3 million dollars within an hour. He collected the Bank Draft and went in search of the old man and little children. By the time he got to where he left them eating, they had gone. He asked the owner of the canteen if he knew them. He said no but they left a note for you. He quickly opened the note thinking it would lead him to find them. This is what the note said: 'You gave us your all and we have rewarded you back with the coin,'
参考答案 听力： 1-5 CACAB 6-10 ABBCA 11-15BCBAC 16-20CBACA 单项选择： 21-25 CBDAC 26-30 ADBBA 31-35 BDCAC 完型填空： 36-40DACBC 41-45 DDBCA 46-50 BADCB 51 55 CBAAD 阅读： 56-60 CABDC 61-65 ABDCA 66 70 DBCAD 71. definition 72. expression 73 release 74. senses 75 look / appearance / outside 76. researching / studying 77. controversial 78. writings 79. mostly / mainly 80. significance / importance 【写作指导】本文是图画作文，一般分为三段，第一段描述图画内容，第二段与图画相关 的一些现象， 第三段发表自己的观点。 注意文章的时态； 要注意文章的分段， 使得结构清晰； 适当地使用复合句，比如，状语从句，定语从句和名词性从句。恰当地使用连接过渡词，以 使行文连贯。 【参考范文】 Recently, some high school students conducted a poll asking people to choose some Chinese
characters that can best reflect Chinese culture. Among tens of thousands of characters, “ren, ai, yi, meng, xiao” are strongly recommended Obviously, most students think the five characters carry typical Chinese culture in terms of traditional beliefs and core values concerning morality and ethics, which are principles and necessities for a qualified human being. Of all characters. 1 will also put ren on the top of my list、which is followed by meng. Beingren, that is, being kind, caring and helpful, calls on one to he friendly and considerate to others Holding meng, which means best wishes for the future, one is not only to seek for opportunities for a better life, but also to create brand-new things for people around the world, feeling happy and optimistic. Personally, Chinese characters are so charming that they are treasures of human cultures With deep love for Chinese culture, we should strive to promote them to tile world. 听力文稿 Text l M: Will Mr. Jones be able to see me at about 10: 00? W: Sorry, but he’s fully booked until 3: 40. M: Would 4: 00 be convenient? W: Yes, he will be free then. Text 2 W: You’re late again Why don’t you ride your bike to avoid the terrible traffic? M: Oh, 's too dangerous. All the bikes in the street seem to be flying towards you. Text 3 M: Do you see Kristen often? W: Yes, since she married my brother, we have been like sisters. Text 4 W: I wonder when this wet weather will clear up. M: Not for a while. We are i11 1he middle of July, W: I’m sick of this hot, rainy weather. M: But it beats the freezing winter, doesn’t it? Text 5 W: Sir, did you see the “No Smoking” sign? M: Yes, sorry. It’s a long flight and l just wanted to smoke before I get on the plane. Text 6 M: Excuse me, I think there is a mistake on my bill. W: What seems to be the problem, sir? M: Well, it says here the special is 15 dollars, but you are offering the special for only 10 dollars. W: Ah, I see, sir. Actually, the special is only available until l: 30 p. m, but now it is already 1: 45 p. m. M: But l ordered my food about half an hour ago, and I need time to finish my meal! Text 7 W: My mailbox got packed with lots of junk mail. M: Don’t open them, especially the attachments. They are very annoying. W: You are right, I heard 90% of computer viruses are spread by email attachments. How do you
deal with them? M: I’m trying out a security program, and it seems to keep the junk mail out perfectly. W: That’s what I want. Do you have any other ways to defend your mailbox? M: You should not give out your email address anywhere online. W: Got it Text 8 M: Morning, Jane. You look rather pale this morning. W: Yes. Dad. I didn’t sleep very well last night M: Oh? Why was that? W: I had a terrible dream. It was very frightening M: What did you dream about? W: The same thing as usual. Some huge and ugly animals. M: The same thing as usual? Do you often dream about huge and ugly animals? W: About three times a week. M: What do these animals usually look like? W: They always have big mouths and terrible eyes. M: What do they usually do? W: They usually run after me. M: Do they ever catch you? W: Never. I always get away M: Wily do you dream about them so often? W: Probably because I often read fearful stories before I go to bed. Text 9 M: Hi. Mary I’m glad l caught you. It’s about the football team. W: I know what you’re going to say. You want to know why the coach dropped you M: Yeah. 1 wan the leading scorer last year How can he do this to me? W: Simple You’re not fit enough to play Since you came back after the Spring Festival you’re not the player you used to be. What happened? M: Well. I admit I ate a lot and maybe put on a few pounds. W: A few pounds! It looks like there are two of you! M: OK. I’d better start losing weight. W: Let’s set up a fitness program. You need to do some extra training and watch your food. M: How long will it take? W: At least a month to get you back to what you were. M: A month! What will the team do without me? W: We’ll try not to lose too many matches but maybe in a couple of weeks we can put you on the bench. M: The bench! I’ve never been on the bench before! How call 11ive down the shame? W: By scoring as many goals as you can! Text l0 For most Americans, clocks and watches are very important. They are always aware of them In the morning some people have to get up when it is still dark. Others sleep through several hours of sunlight. But both groups wake up when they hear their alarm clock ring. When they get dressed and eat breakfast, they listen to the radio, and the radio tells them again and again exactly what
time it is. On the way to work or school, people look at their watches. If they think they are going to be late, they hurry. At work, Americans think it is important to arrive at meetings on time Their lunch breaks are short, lasting only half an hour or all hour. Late in the afternoon, they check their watches often to see how soon they can go home. In the evening. however. Americans are more relaxed They try to arrive on time, but they don’t worry if they are a few minutes late to meet friends in a restaurant. Also, people who arrive a few minutes late to a movie are usually in time to see the main feature film. If a party at a friend’s house starts at 8: 00, some people come an hour later, but nobody minds. Americans are used to living by clocks and watches It is hard for them to understand that people in many parts of the world don’t think time is so important.
卷（十） 徐州 宿迁 2013 届高三调研测试试卷(七)(常州) 英语参考答案及听力材料
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