说明：本试卷分第 I 卷(选择题)和第Ⅱ卷(非选择题)两部分，满分 150 分，考试时间 120 分钟。第 I 卷 1-85 题答案涂在答题卡上，第 II 卷请将答案全部填写在答题卷上。 第 I 卷 选择题部分 (共 110 分) (注意：此部分答案涂在答题卡上) 第一部分 听力（共两节，满分 30 分） 作题时，先将答案划在试卷上。录音内
容结束后，你将有两分钟的时间将试卷上的答案转 涂到答题卡上。 第一节: 听下面 5 段对话。每段对话后有一个小题，从题中所给的 A、B、C 三个选项中选 出最佳选项，并标在试卷的相应位置。听完每段对话后，你都有 10 秒钟的时间来回答有关 小题和阅读下一小题。每段对话仅读一遍。 1. Who are the speakers? A. Two students. B. A student and a parent. C. A teacher and a student. 2. What do we know about Nancy? A. She doesn’t play tennis well. B. She likes other sports as well. C. She is an enthusiastic tennis player. 3. Where are the speakers A. At a restaurant. B. At a studio. C. At a concert. 4. Why is the woman sad? A. She feels homesick. B. She failed her exam. C. She got hurt when hiking. 5. What will the woman probably do? A. Clean the backyard. B. Wash clothes. C. Enjoy the beautiful day. 第二节: 听下面对话或独白。每段对话后有几个小题，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。听完每段对话后，你都有 10 秒钟的时间来回答有 关小题和阅读下一小题。每段对话读两遍。 听第 6 段材料，回答第 6 至第 7 题。 6. What do we know about Tina ? A. She is new here. B. She likes music very much. C. She wants to know about the band. 7. What’s the man doing? A. Making an introduction. B. Giving performances. C. Offering help to the woman. 听第 7 段材料,回答第 8 至第 10 题。 8. Which bus doesn’t pass Amazon Bookstore ? A. The No.25 bus. B. The No.18 bus. C. The No.14 bus. 9. How far is it from Hero Cinema to the station ? A. About twenty minutes’ bus ride. B. About twenty minutes’ walk. C. About twenty minutes’ bike ride. 10. Where is the railway station? A. In the northeast of the city. B. In front of Hero Cinema.
C. Across from Rose Restaurant. 听第 8 段材料，回答第 11 至 13 题。 11. What does the man say about his pet? A. She eats too much. B. She is annoying sometimes C. She is like a friend. 12. Why does the pet hate to be with his parents? A. They don’t like her. B. Their dog makes her unhappy. C. She cannot eat banana skins there. 13. Which animal does the man like? A. Dolphins. B. Giraffes. C. Monkeys. 听第 9 段材料，回答第 14 至 16 题。 14. How long has Professor Zhang worked in the National Earthquake Center? A. For 5 years. B. For 10 years. C. For 12 years. 15. When should you go outdoors during an earthquake? A. When the shaking has stopped. B. As soon as the earthquake starts C. When others rush out. 16. When do most injuries occur in an earthquake? A. When people indoors move to other places B. When people are sleeping. C. When people stay still. 听第 10 段材料，回答第 17 至 20 题。 17. Why did Jamie name his restaurant Fifteen? A. It’s on Number 15 of the street. B. Fifteen young people were chosen to be cooks there. C. The name has no particular meaning. 18. For what purpose did he decide to start a restaurant? A. To help youngsters who have special problems. B. To earn more money and fame. C. To help his wife’s friends. 19. What is his life like now? A. He works hard and has a loving family. B. He’s too busy to have time with his wife and children. C. He is successful in his career but not in his personal life. 20. Whom are the phone calls from? A. People who want to work there. B. People who want to make a complaint. C. People who want to make a reservation. 第二部分：英语知识运用(共两节，满分 30 分) 第一节 单项填空 (共 20 题；每小题 0.5 分，满分 10 分) 请认真阅读下面各题，从题中所给的 A、B、C、D 四个选项中，选出最佳选项，并在 答题卡上将该项涂黑。
21. Offered _______ tea after the meal, I suddenly felt interested in how to make ______tea. A. the； / B. a； / C. a； the D. /； the 22. The student is writing ________ a piece of chalk on the blackboard while others are writing _______ ink in their exercises books. A. in； with B. with； with C. in； in D. with； in 23. Passengers waited for the arrival of the flight in the airport, _______ reading the newspapers. A. some of them B. some of which C. some of whom D. some of that 24. —I’m going to apply for Zhejiang University. —Why not Peking University? You ________ to study in Beijing. A. have been dreamed B. will have dreamed C. were dreaming D. have been dreaming 25. —How was your brother’s job interview? —He couldn’t feel _______. He hardly found _______ answers to most of the questions they asked. A. better；exact B. worse；proper C. easier；appropriate D. happier；urgent 26. Newton is regarded as a greatest scientist _______ stood at the point in history ________ magic ended and science began. A. which； where B. who；where C. which；that D. who；when 27. Kate is eager to get a seat for the play______ it means standing in a queue all night. A. as if B. so that C. even if D. now that 28. Internet shopping is likely to_______ when we make sure that it’s safe. A. take up B. set up C. take off D. set off 29. When you read the book，you’d better make a mark ________ you have any questions. A．at which B．at where C．the place where D．where 30. —I would like to speak to Mr. Martin. — There’s nobody here by that name. —Sorry, I __________ the wrong number. A. should have dialed B. must dial C. may dial D. must have dialed 31. —What are you busy with? —The English speech contest _________ in our city next month. A．held B．will be held C．being held D．to be held 32. All the visitors ________ injured in the accident were sent to the hospital immediately. A. to find B. found C. to be found D. being found 33.It was not _____ she took off her dark glasses _____I realized she was a famous film star. A. until ; that B. when ; that C. until ; had D. when ; then 34.—My family usually goes skating for vacation. I like skating, but I want to try something different this year. — ________ A. Let’s go! B. Cheer up! C. Like what? D. Take care! 35. King is a great musician; it’s a(n) _______ to hear his play. A. favor B. privilege C. possibility D. advantage 36. Tony, mind your manners. Don’t _______ while others are talking. A.cut off B. cut in C. cut down D. cut up 37. —Where is Mr. Black’s home?
—In Taizhou, Zhejiang Province. But he ________ in Shanghai for nearly ten years. A. lived B. has lived C. had lived D. had been living 38. _________ David says sounds right to Kate. That’s why she has made up her mind not to leave him _______ happens. A. Whatever; no matter what B. No matter what; whatever C. No matter what; no matter what D. Whatever; however 39. Everyone had the application in his hand, but no one knew which department __________. . A．to send it to B．to send it C．to be sent to D．to have it sent 40. —You seem to be so sleepy. What’s up? —So_______ if you had a fever. A. did you B. would you C. you are D. were you 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，掌握其大意，然后从 41—60 各题所给的四个选项（A、B、C 和 D）中，选出 最佳选项,并在答题纸上将该选项标号涂黑。 My father was in the navy, which meant that my mother was married to both my father and the sea. As was often the case, we had to pack our belongings into boxes and 41 those we had grown to love. We would arrive at our new home and find ourselves once again 42 at the pier （码头）waving good-bye to my father as his 43 pulled him away from us. My mother would turn my brother and I around before the ship was out of 44 , wipe our tears, and take us back home to start the process of 45 in the new environment again. Throughout the years of changing 46 , schools and friends, there remained one constant in my childhood—my mother. For both my 47 and I, she was the cook, maid and teacher. She played these roles while 48 some type of part-time job. Leaving a promising career is just one of the 49 which my mother made for my family as we moved around the world with our father every three years or so. 50 she had to deal with only a small budget, my mother 51 managed to make each house to be the very home that is safe and 52 . This probably sounds like a depressing way to live, 53 with two small children: ―single‖ parenthood, short-term friendships, and the inability to 54 a career or establish a home. But it was not for my mother. She turned this 55 into adventure for us all! Each relocation was a chance to 56 another part of the world. My mother greeted each new culture, climate and neighborhood. Each new house was a 57 to rearrange furniture, make curtains and 58 pictures. Every part-time job was an opportunity to learn something new and work with interesting people. No matter how difficult the life was, she was always having a 59 attitude. She always had strength in the face of struggle and change. My mother was so 60 all those years of my childhood—she was my island in a sea of change. She is my hero. 41．A．leave out B．leave behind C． leave for D．leave off 42．A．going B．standing C． staring D．living 43．A．ship B．car C． plane D．train 44．A．shape B．range C． control D．sight 45．A．suiting B．adapting C．fitting D．matching 46．A．jobs B．names C．directions D．addresses 47．A．classmates B．father C．relatives D．brother 48．A．seeking B．performing C．applying D．waiting
49．A．sacrifices 50．A．While 51．A．somewhat 52．A．comfortable 53．A．actually 54．A．pursue 55．A．value 56．A．explore 57．A．sadness 58．A．draw 59．A．cautious 60．A．brave
B．programs B．Once B．somewhere B．romantic B．generally B．desert B．lifestyle B．acquire B．load B．hang B．changeable B．experienced
C．cooperation C．Unless C．somehow C．wealthy C．unfairly C．limit C．opportunity C．realize C．challenge C．sell C．negative C．annoyed
D．contribution D．When D．sometime D．mysterious D．especially D．affect D．journey D．occupy D．result D．take D．positive D．ordinary
第三部分：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 阅读下列材料，从每题所给的四个选项(A、B、C、D)中，选出最佳选项。
―Old wives tales‖ are beliefs passed down from one generation to another, For Example, most of us remember our parents’ telling us to eat more of certain foods or not to do certain things. Is there any truth in these teachings? Some of them agree with present medical thinking, but others have not passed the test of time. Did your mother ever tell you to eat your carrots because they are good for your eyes? Scientists now report that eating carrots can help prevent a serious eye disease called macular degeneration. Eating just one carrot a day can reduce the possibility of getting this disease by 40%. Garlic (蒜) is good for you, too. It can kill the type of virus that causes colds. Unfortunately, not all of Mom’ s advice passed the test of medical studies, For example, generations of children have been told not to go swimming within an hour after eating. But research suggests that there is no danger in doing so. Do sweets cause tooth problems? Well, yes and no. Sticky sweets made with grains tend to cause more problems than sweets made with simple sugars. Even though science can tell us that some of our traditional beliefs don’t hold water, there is still a lot of truth in the old wives’ tales. After all, much of this knowledge has been accumulated from thousands of years of experience in family health care. We should respect this body of knowledge even as we search for clear scientific support to prove it true or false. 61. Which of the following is TRUE according to the test? A. Eating garlic is good for our eyes. B. Sticky sweets are damaging to our teeth. C. Swimming after a meal is dangerous. D. Carrots prevent people from catching colds. 62 The author develops the third paragraph mainly ________. A. by cause and effect B. by order in space C. by order in time D. by examples 63. The phrase ―hold water‖ in the last paragraph most probably means ―________‖. A. to be believable B. to be valuable C. to be admirable D. to be suitable
64. What is the author’s attitude toward ―old wives tales‖ in the text? A. Subjective B. Objective C. Dissatisfied D. Curious B The dyed bun scandal (染色馒头丑闻) deals another blow to shoppers' confidence in buying food products, as well as the reputation of local sellers. Li Zhen reports on shoppers’ reactions in Shanghai. An investigation by the municipal government revealed that Shanghai Shenglu Food Company produced more than 3,000 steamed buns daily. These were then sold across the city, including large supermarkets such as Hualian, Lianhua and Dia. Fewer steamed buns were for sale at this Lianhua Supermarket. More than 32,000 buns were taken off store shelves when the scandal emerged. Mr. Wang, Sales Manager of Lianhua Supermarket, said, ―We removed the dyed steamed buns produced by Shenglu as soon as we learned of the incident. We gave customers who had bought the steamed buns from our outlets refunds with their receipts. Despite the scandal, our sales volume has been fine so far.‖ However, most customers we met remained concerned about food safety. Steamed buns are a regular breakfast food for Ms. Gao. She used to buy them mostly from supermarkets because she felt it was in a clean and safe environment. But now, she has second thoughts about buying the popular snack. Ms. Gao, Shanghai shopper, said, ―I can’t believe that even steamed buns from the supermarkets are no longer safe. The only places I trusted to shop at were major supermarkets and specialist shops. But now even there, product quality cannot be guaranteed. I really don't know where to buy my goods from in the future. Shoppers at supermarkets who still bought steamed buns said they had few options. ―I feel like giving up supermarkets. But I really don’t know where to do my food shopping. I can't make these things myself.‖ said Ms. Tang, Shanghai shopper. 65. The colored buns were sold in some large supermarkets EXCEPT ______. A. Hualian B. Shenglu C. Lianhua D. Dia 66. What Ms. Gao and Ms. Tang said suggests that ______. A. they still trust major supermarkets when shopping B. they feel confused about where to buy safe food C. they will never go to supermarkets D. they will make food by themselves 67. The underlined word in the last paragraph can be replaced by ______. A. marks B. hints C. ideas D. choices 68. What is the main idea of this passage? A. Major supermarkets removed the dyed steamed buns. B. Dyed steamed buns brought great loss to major supermarkets. C. Dyed bun scandal hurts consumers’ confidence D. Famous supermarkets are involved in the bun scandal.. 69. Where can you most probably read the passage? A. In a newspaper B. In a fashion magazine. C. In an official document. D. In a guideline book C
You never see him, but they're with you every time you fly. They record where you are going, how fast you're traveling and whether everything on your airplane is functioning normally. Their ability to withstand almost any disaster makes them seem like something out of a comic book. They're known as the black box. When planes fall from the sky, as a Yemeni airliner did on its way to Comoros Islands in the India ocean June 30, 2009, the black box is the best bet for identifying what went wrong. So when a French submarine (潜水艇) detected the device's homing signal five days later, the discovery marked a huge step toward determining the cause of a tragedy in which 152 passengers were killed. In 1958, Australian scientist David Warren developed a flight-memory recorder that would track basic information like altitude and direction. That was the first mode for a black box, which became a requirement on all U.S. commercial flights by 1960. Early models often failed to withstand crashes, however, so in 1965 the device was completely redesigned and moved to the back of the plane – the area least subject to impact – from its original position in the landing wells (起落架舱). The same year, the Federal Aviation Authority required that the boxes, which were never actually black, be painted orange or yellow to aid visibility. Modern airplanes have two black boxes: a voice recorder, which tracks pilots' conversations, and a flight-data recorder, which monitors fuel levels, engine noises and other operating functions that help investigators reconstruct the aircraft's final moments. Placed in an insulated (隔绝的) case and surrounded by a quarter-inch-thick panels of stainless steel, the boxes can resist massive force and temperatures up to 2,000℉. When submerged, they're also able to emit signals from depths of 20,000 ft. Experts believe the boxes from Air France Flight 447, which crashed near Brazil on June 1,2009, are in water nearly that deep, but statistics say they're still likely to turn up. In the approximately 20 deep-sea crashes over the past 30 years, only one plane's black boxes were never recovered. 70. What does the author say about the black box? A. Its ability to resist disasters is incredible. B. The idea for its design comes from a comic book. C. It ensures the normal functioning of an airplane. D. It is an indispensable device on an airplane. 71. What information could be found from the black box on the Yemeni airliner? A. The scene of the crash and extent of the damage. B. The total number of passengers on board. C. Data for analyzing the cause of the crash. D. Homing signals sent by the pilot before the crash. 72. Why was the black box redesigned in 1965? A. New materials became available by that time. B. Too much space was needed for its installation. C. The early models didn't provide the needed data. D. The early models often got damaged in the crash. 73. Why did the Federal Aviation Authority require the black boxes be painted orange or yellow? A. To distinguish them from the colour of the plane. B. To caution people to handle them with care. C. To make them easily identifiable.
D. To conform to international standards. 74. What do we know about the black boxes from Air France Flight 447? A. There is still a good chance of their being recovered. B. There is an urgent need for them to be reconstructed. C. They have stopped sending homing signals. D. They were destroyed somewhere near Brazil D I try not to be biased（偏见）but I had my doubts about hiring Stevie. His social worker assured me that he would be a good, reliable busboy. But I had never had a mentally handicapped employee. He was short, a little fat, with the smooth facial fea tures and thick-togued speech of Down’s Syndrome（唐氏综合症）. I thought most of my customers would be uncomfortable around Stevie, so I closely watched him of the first few weeks. I shouldn’t have worried. After the first week, Stevie had my staff wrapped around his stubby little finger, and within a month my regular trucker customers had adopted him as their official truck stop mascot. After that, I really didn't care what the rest of the customers thought of him. He was like a 21-year-old in blue jeans and Nikes, eager to laugh and eager to please, but fierce in his attention to his duties. Every salt and pepper shaker was exactly in its place, not a bread crumb or coffee spill was visible when Stevie got done with the table. Our only problem was persuading him to wait to clean a t able until after the customers were finished. Over time, we learned that he lived with his mother, a widow who was disabled. Money was tight, and what I paid him was probably the difference between them being able to live together and Stevie being sent to a group home. That's why the restaurant was a gloomy place that morning last August, the first morning in three years that Stevie missed work. He was at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester getting a heart surgery. His social worker said that people with Downs Syndrome often had heart problems at an early age and there was a good chance he would come through the surgery in good shape and be back at work in a few months. A ripple of excitement ran through the staff later that morning when word came that he was out of surgery, in recovery, and doing fine. Frannie, my head waitress, did a little dance when she heard the good news. Belle Ringer, one of our regular trucker customers, stared at her and asked, ―Okay, Frannie, what was that all about?‖ "We just got word that Stevie is out of surgery and going to be okay." "I was wondering where he was. I had a new joke to tell him. What was the surgery about?" Frannie quickly told Belle Ringer and the other two drivers sitting at his booth about Stevie's surgery, then sighed: "Yeah, I'm glad he is going to be OK," she said. "But I don't know how he and his Mom are going to handle all the bills. From what I hear, they're barely getting by as it is." Belle Ringer nodded thoughtfully, and Frannie hurried off to wait on the rest of her tables. After the morning rush, Frannie walked into my office. She had a couple of paper napkins in her hand. "What's up?" I asked. ―I cleared of f that table where Belle Ringer and his friends were sitting after they left, and I found this. This was folded and tucked under a coffee cup." She handed the napkin to me, and three $20 bills fell onto my desk when I opened it. On the outside, in big, bold letters, was printed "Something For Stevie".
That was three months ago. Today is New Years day , the first day Stevie is supposed to be back to work. His placement worker said he had been counting the days until the doctor said he could work, I arranged to have his mother bring him to work, met them in the parking lot and invited them both to celebrate his day back. I took him and his mother by their arms. ―To celebrate you coming back, breakfast for you and your mother is on me.‖ I led them toward a large corner booth. I could feel and hear truck customers and the rest of the staff following behind as we marched through the dining room. We stopped in front of the big table. Its surface was covered with coffee cups and dinner plates, all sitting slightly on dozens of folded paper napkins. "First thing you have to do, Stevie, is clean up this mess," I said. Stevie looked at me, and then pulled out one of the napkins. It had "Something for Stevie" printed on the outside. As he picked it up, two $10 bills fell onto the table. Stevie stared at the money, then at all the napkins peeking from beneath the tableware, each with his name printed on it. I turned to his mother. "There's more than $10,000 in cash and checks on that table, all from truckers and trucking companies that heard about your problems. Happy Thanksgiving!‖" While everybody else was busy shaking hands and hugging each other, Stevie, with a big, big smile on his face, was busy clearing all the cups and dishes from the table. 75．Why did the author have doubts about hiring Stevie? A．Stevie was not that reliable. B．Stevie was bad-tempered C．Stevie was too short and fat. D．Stevie was mentally disabled 76．What made the author not fully satisfied with Stevie’s work? A．That he made customers uncomfortable. B．That he couldn’t pay attention to his duties. C．That he often spilled cups of coffee. D．That he usually cleaned the table too early. 77．By saying the underlined words in Paragaraph3, the author meant that the money she paid Stevie . A．could help Stevie out of the trouble B．could send Stevie to a group home C．couldn’t thoroughly solve Stevie’s problem D．could make a great difference to Stevie’s life 78． Why did the author ask Stevie to clean up the mess on the table? A．Stevie could pick up the money that was given to him. B．The table was so dirty that it needed cleaning. C．It was Stevie’s duty to clean the table. D．She wanted to congratulate Stevie on his coming back. 79．According to this text, Frannie sighed for Stevie’s . A．health problem B．work problem C．financial problem D． mental problem 80．What made Stevie popular among the staff and customers in the restaurant? A．His special appearance. B His funny speeches and actions. C．His hard work and optimism. D．His kind-hearted behaviour. 第二节：下面有五则寓意。阅读 A—F 的寓言故事，然后匹配与之对应的寓言故事。其中有 一个故事是多余的。
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Misfortune tests true friendship． Not everything you see is what it appears to be． He who loses freedom loses all． Precious things are for those that can prize them． Union gives strength． A A wolf was almost dead with hunger. A housedog saw him, and asked, ―Friend, your irregular life will soon ruin you‖. Why don't you work steadily as I do, and get your food regularly?" "I would have no objection," said the wolf, "if I could only get a place." "I will help you," said the dog. "Come with me to my master, and you shall share my work.." So the wolf and the dog went to the town together. On the way the wolf saw that there was no hair around the dog's neck. He felt quite surprised, and asked him why it was like that? "Oh, it is nothing," said the dog. "Every night my master puts a collar around my neck and chains me up. You will soon get used to it." "Is that the only reason?" said the wolf. "Then good-bye to you, my friend. I would rather be free." B Two men were traveling together, when a bear suddenly met them on their path. One of them climbed up quickly into a tree and concealed himself in the branches. The other, seeing that he must be attacked, fell flat on the ground, and when the Bear came up and felt him with his nose, and smelt him all over, he held his breath, and pretended to be dead as much as he could. The Bear soon left him, for he will not touch a dead body. When he disappeared, the other traveler slid down from the tree, and asked his friend what it was the bear had whispered in his ear. "He gave me this advice," his companion replied. "Never travel with a friend who deserts you at the approach of danger." C A prince had some monkeys trained to dance. Being naturally good at learning, they showed themselves excellent pupils, and in their rich clothes and masks, they danced as well as any of the courtiers. Their performance was often repeated with great applause, till on one occasion a courtier, bent on trick, took from his pocket a handful of nuts and threw them upon the stage. The monkeys at the sight of the nuts forgot their dancing and became (as indeed they were) monkeys instead of actors. Pulling off their masks and tearing their robes, they fought with one another for the nuts. The dancing show thus came to an end in the laughter and jokes of the audience. D A cock was once walking up and down the farmyard among the hens when suddenly he noticed something shining in the grass. "Ho! ho!" said he, "that’s for me," and soon rooted it out from beneath the grass. It turned out to but a pearl that by some chance had been lost in the yard. ―You may be a treasure,‖ signed the cock, ―to man, but for me I would rather have a single corn.‖ E Lion was awakened from sleep by a Mouse running over his face. Rising up in anger, he caught him and was about to kill him, when the Mouse pitifully begged, saying: ―If you would only spare my life, I would be sure to repay your kindness.‖ The Lion laughed and let him go. It happened shortly after this that the Lion was caught by some hunters, who tied him by strong ropes to the ground. The Mouse, recognizing his roar, came up, and bit the rope with his teeth, and setting him free, exclaimed: ―You joked the idea of my ever being able to help you, not expecting to receive from me any repayment of your favor. But now you know that it is possible for even a
Mouse to grand benefits on a Lion.‖ F An old man on the point of death had his sons aside to give them some parting advice. He ordered his servants to bring in a bunch of sticks, and said to his eldest son: "Break it." The son strained and strained, but with all his efforts was unable to break the bundle. The other sons also tried, but none of them was successful. ―Untie it,‖ said the father, ―and each of you takes a stick.‖ When they had done so, he called out to them: ―Now, break,‖ and each stick was easily broken. 第四部分：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) 假如英语上老师要求同学们交换修改作文，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(/\)，并在其下面写上该加的词。 删除：把多余的词用斜线(＼)划掉。 修改：在错的词下划一横线，并在该词下面写上修改后的词。 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)不给分。 I often quarrel about my mother over whether I can watch TV after school. She holds the
view of that senior three students had to make the best of every minute to work hard at their
lessons. It seems to me that once I am allowing to do that, I’ll be able to control myself and
forget all about my study. She also thinks it bad for my eye. But I really can’t agree with
her. In my opinion, watch TV can set my mind at rest, especially after a days’ hard work.
Besides, it is important for us to know what is happening at home and abroad. However, we
shouldn’t be forbidden to watch TV.
第二节：书面表达(满分 30 分) 在日记中记录今天的打球活动感受。 日记包括以下几个要点：
1. 由于下午的数学考试成绩不佳，同学邀你操场打球解愁。 2. 在大家的鼓励下，你克服胆怯心理，上场并得分。 3. 你找回了自信(self-confidence)，你在日记中对自己说了这样一句话： “…….” 。 注意：1. 词数 120 左右，开头语已为你写好，不计入总词数； 2. 短文必须包含所有要点，但可以用不同的句式表达。要求结构合理，紧凑连贯。 Wednesday Oct. 5, 2011 Sunny This afternoon I went to play basketball with some of my good friends happily….
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