泰州市 2015 届高三第二次模拟考试 英语试题
(考试时间：120 分钟总分：120 分） 第 I 卷（选择题 三部分共 85 分） 本试卷由飚记英语（微信公共号：biaojienglish)第一时间整理发布。加微信公共号关注，可第一时间接 收手工扫描和文字转换的江苏各大市试卷，以及纯干货的各种解题策略和视频资源等。
第一部分：听力（共两节，满分 20 分）
做题时，先将答案标在试卷上。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 纸上。 第一节（共 5 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 5 分） 听下面 5 段对话。每段对话后有一个小题，（从题中所给的 A、B、C 三个选项中选出最佳选项， 并标在试卷的相应位置。听完每段对话后，你都有 10 秒钟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. What?s the probable relationship between the speakers? A. Tourist and guide. B. Secretary and boss. C. Interviewer and interviewee. 2. What does the woman think of the hotel? A. The rooms are big. B. It is satisfying as a whole. C. The service there is terrible. 3. Where does this dialogue probably take place? A. On the train. B. At the travel agency. C. At the railway station. 4. At what time will the woman arrive? A. At 9:00. B. At 10:00. C. At 10:30. 5. Why does the woman call the man? A. To make out his handwriting. B. To ask him to check her paper. C. To let him send a cheque to Andrew. 第二节（共 15 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 15 分）. , 听下面 5 段对话或独白。每段对话或独白后有几个小题，从题中所给的 A、B、C 三个选 项中选 出最佳选项，并标在试卷的相应位置。听每段对话或独白前，你将有时间阅读各个小题， 每小题 5 秒 钟；听完后，各小题将给出 5 秒钟的作答时间。每段对话或独白读两遍。 听第 6 段材料，回答第 6、7 题。 6. Why won5t the man go to visit the Great Wall this summer? A. He has visited it before. B. He is not interested in it. C. He doesn?t want to travel abroad 7. What do we know about Warwick Castle? A. It is one of the top ten historic houses in the world. B. It is named after a famous war in British history. C. It was rebuilt with stone in the 12th century. 听第 7 段材料，回答第 8 至 10 题。 8. What is the man doing? A. Booking a hotel. B. Buying an air ticket. C. Reserving a rental car. 9. Why is the man going to Los Angeles probably? A. To go shopping. B. To visit some friends. C. To go on a business trip. 10. How much will the man pay in total?
A. $35. B. $50. 听第 8 段材料，回答第 11 至 13 题。 11. Where does the conversation take place? A. In a cinema. B. In a library. 12. What is Beth doing here? A. Doing a part-time job. B. Seeing a film. 13. What do the speakers have in common? A. They like reading stories. B. They love the same writer. C. They are fond of the same actress. 听第 9 段材料，回答第 14 至 16 题。 14. Why won?t the woman go shopping this afternoon? A. Mary has changed her mind. B. She can?t go out in such weather. C. She is suffering from a bad cough. 15. How did the woman most probably go to work in the past? A. By car. B. By bus. 16. What?s the man most likely to do this afternoon? A. Play football. B. Go hiking. 听第 10 段材料，回答第 17 至 20 题。 17. How much did the teenage smoking rate drop by from 2010 to 2014? A. 8%. B. 20%. 18. What is especially useful for reducing teenage smoking? A. Health education. B. Professional help. 19. What is the result of the new research? A. Teenagers buy more cigarettes than adults each day. B. Teenagers get addicted to nicotine more quickly than adults. C. Teenagers? first use of tobacco occurs after high school graduation. 20. What can we learn from the talk? A. We have succeeded in stopping teenagers from smoking. B. Parents should study the behaviors of their children. C. There?s still a lot to do to prevent teenage smoking.
C. In a bookstore. C. Borrowing a book.
C. By bike. C. Stay indoors.
C. 22%. C. Parents9 warning.
第二部分：英语知识运用（共两节，满分 35 分）
第一节：单项填空（共 15 小题：每小题 1 分，满分 15 分） 请认真阅读下面各题，从题中所给的 A、B、C、D 四个选项中，选出最佳选项，并在答题纸上将 该项涂黑。 本试卷由飚记英语（微信公共号：biaojienglish)第一时间整理发布。加微信公共号关注，可第一时间接 收手工扫描和文字转换的江苏各大市试卷，以及纯干货的各种解题策略和视频资源等。 21. Under the Dome, ________ 103-minute documentary released by Chai Jing, has pushed________ public awareness about air pollution and encouraged people to join in efforts to make a difference. A. the; the. B. a; a. C. the; 不填. D. a; 不填 22. ________ can help but be fascinated by the world into which he is taken by the science fiction. A. Nobody. B. Anybody. C. Somebody. D. Everybody 23. It?s obvious that getting these historic sites recognized by the world is helpful for preserving and repairing
them, as it ________ their extreme importance and value. A. associates. B symbolizes. C. stresses. D. abolishes 24. As is often the case, teachers' ________ with parents involve complaints about children?s misbehaviors and laziness in school. A. acquaintances. B. negotiations. C. conferences. D. consultations 25. —Johnson is said to be the first young teacher ________ to professor in your university this year. — Exactly. ________ of his own competence is an important factor in his success. A. promoted; Convincing. B. to have been promoted; Convincing C. promoted; Convinced. D. to have been promoted; Being convinced 26. — How is your father feeling at present? — He ________ quite fine after the operation, but unluckily he is taking a turn for the worse today. A. feels. B. felt. C. has been feeling. D. had felt 27. The wedding dress of the Princess is noble and elegant. ________ is the beauty of this style that it will be popular with young women. A. Such. B. It. C. What. D. That 28. The region was served by a railway line, with station stops from three to five miles. ________ , so there was a natural limit to the spread of any particular community. A. ahead. B. away. C. apart. D. aside 29. —How do you find the new cell phone? —Oh, quite good. A new function has been developed on this new type ________ it can show you vividly what is around the person you are talking to. A. how. B. which. C. what. D. that 30. Mankind must first of all eat, drink, have shelter and clothing. ________ it can pursue politics, science, art and religion. A. until. B. unless. C. before. D. after 31. We have no doubt that if the students9 interest in the subject is aroused, they will ________ the challenge and commit more of their time and energy to their studies. A. face up to. B. keep pace with. C. put up with. D. live up to 32. Fortunately enough, the old man was rushed to the hospital in time. Three minutes late, and he ________. A. would die. B. was to die. C. should have died. D. would have died. 33. Many college students are willing to work in Western China after graduation ________, poor and backward as it is, more opportunities of employment are available. A. where. B. when. C. that. D. which 34. ________ the previous approach to offering low-cost models for the market, Chinese car makers are focusing on displaying alternative energy-driven vehicles to meet environmental concerns. A. With regard to. B. On account of. C. In contrast to. D. In response to s 35. —Shall we offer the new position to Jack? —. ________ .You are the boss. A. You bet. B. It?s your call. C. No problem. D. It depends 第二节：完形填空（共 20 小题，每小题 1 分，满分 20 分） 请认真阅读下面短文，从短文后各题所给的 A、B、C、D 四个选项中，选出最佳选项， 并在答题纸上 将该项涂黑。 本试卷由飚记英语（微信公共号：biaojienglish)第一时间整理发布。加微信公共号关注，可第一时间接 收手工扫描和文字转换的江苏各大市试卷，以及纯干货的各种解题策略和视频资源等。 A phone call reached me one cold winter day. I was 36 that my father was seriously ill. I had not seen my father since his divorce from my mom, and he had lived alone in a small trailer (拖车式活动房）in
California, 500 miles away from me. The real 37 between us seemed much greater. I was in no hurry to change that, but 38 I promised to be there the next day. The whole drive down, 39 flashed through my mind. I remembered my father, the proud Marine (海 军陆战队队员）. He snatched off the Christmas tree all the decorations the rest of us had put up and rehung them so there was 40 the same spacing between them. But we needn?t 41 those military orders. I remembered clearly the battles he had with my mother. I remembered 42 to hear my father say just once, “I love you, Patty”, only to have him 43 at me, “You can?t do anything right!” Standing outside his trailer, I tried to 44 my courage to face him one more time. Slowly, I took a few steps inside, my hand and my whole body shaking, too 45 to believe my eyes. Sitting on the sofa, my father looked confused and frustrated. This wasn?t the angry and 46 man I had known growing up. This man was 47 and seemed broken. Part of me felt sorry for him, but another part of me was thinking this was exactly the fate he 48 . “God, what am I supposed to do now?” I wondered. But as soon as the words 49 me, a sense of sorrow 50 me, and I knew that I had to take him to my home. It was the 51 part I struggled with. The days of looking after my father turned into weeks, then months. All the pain, the conflicted feelings I?d been 52 over the years came rushing out. One night, I sat there, talking to God, begging him to help me let go of the ugly feelings I had toward my father. When I was finished, I felt an incredible peace, as if every 53 had been lifted from me. 54 had cleaned all that from me and I felt free to start living the joyful life God wanted me to live. It has been eight years since father died. Now when I think of him, those are the moments I remember, which are, as I put on Dad?s headstone, God?s amazing 55 . 36. A. reminded B. confirmed C. informed D. warned 37. A. difficulty B. challenge C. pain D. distance 38. A. somehow B. therefore C. otherwise D. somewhat 39. A. messages B. memories C. thoughts D. images 40. A. exactly B. vaguely C. generally D. roughly 41. A. admit B. recite C. master D. observe 42. A. attempting B. longing C. promising D. hesitating 43. A. stare B. aim C. laugh D. yell 44. A. strengthen. B. support C. gather D. distribute 45. A. shocked B. puzzled C. worried D. disappointed 46. A. selfish B. sensitive. C. controlling D. fascinating 47. A. fragile B. awkward. C. cautious D. stubborn 48. A. grasped B. deserved. C. determined D. expected 49. A. inspired B. failed. C. escaped D. followed 50. A. absorbed. B. defeated. C. ruined D. overtook 51. A. physical. B. emotional C. religious D. material 52. A. keeping up B. looking back C. holding back D. picking up 53. A. interference B. crime C. disaster D. burden 54. A. Forgiveness B. Sadness C. Kindness D. Awareness 55. A. virtue B. grace C. appreciation D. conscience 第三部分：阅读理解（共 15 小题：每小题 2 分，满分 30 分） 请认真阅读下列短文，从短文后各题所给的 A、B、C、D 四个选项中，选出最佳选项，并在答题 卡上将该项涂黑。
●Each traveller may take one suitcase and one item of hand luggage. You may also check in 15kgs. of luggage not later than 30 minutes before departure, a8t no extra charge. ●If you would like to charter a train, or make reservations for over 25 passengers travelling together, call the Sales Department. OUR TIMETABLE IS GUARANTEED If the arrival of your train at your destination is delayed by more than 5 minutes according to the timetable, we will refund the full price of your ticket if the delay is caused by our company 56. If an elderly person with a valid card buys a standard-return ticket, he/she will receive at most a discount of _________. A. 20% B. 25% C. 45% D. 50% 57. Which of the following statement is TURE? A. Same day returns can be changed to another day for a charge of 10% of the ticket price. B. You can get your ticket price refunded if are 2 minutes late for the train. C. Travelers should ensure they are ready to board the train with at least 2 minutes to spare. D. Extra money will be paid on checked luggage of 15 kgs an hour before departure. 58. This passage is mainly written to____________. A. provide some information about train travel B. describe the policies of changes and refunds C. introduce the luggage allowance on the train D. compare the discounts of different ticket types B
She almost did not run. Christine Williams admits that now. She could barely put one foot after another following the wake(守灵) for her sister, who had died in an automobile accident. But she did run. With the cheers of friends and strangers reaching her heart, Williams set a C.W. Post record in Boston. Now she will run again, in the national Division II cross-country championships in Evansville, Ind. She wanted to be sure she was doing the right thing by running. She was the middle of three sisters, between Kerry, who is 25, and Jennifer, who was 18. Just going through any motions was hard enough, but Christine Williams wanted to know if she should put on her uniform and her shoes and run through the woods on an autumn afternoon, in the awful gaping time between her sister?s wake and her funeral. “I kind of got upset beforehand.” Williams admitted. Not a chatterbox under normal conditions, she now holds herself the best way she can, the fewer words the better. She almost walked away from the start line. But her friend Angela Toscano, who had flown up to Boston with her, directly from the wake, was standing near the line and talked her through it. “She said my sister would have wanted me to run.” Christine said. And that was enough to get her started. The accident happened just after midnight on Nov, 4. Four young women were driving in an unfamiliar area of Long Island in Eastport, N.Y., when one of them apparently ran a yield sign, and the car was hit by another vehicle. Heather Brownrigg and Jennifer Williams died, and their friends April Brown and Kaci Moran were treated at a hospital and released. The crash made the papers. April Brown was charged with drunken driving and driving without a license. The wake began on Nov. 6. The next day Christine was to run with the Post cross-country team at the regional meet. Rich Degnan, the Post coach,"and Post officials offered a car service and tickets on the last flight-to Boston for Christine and Toscano. When they arrived at the hotel, the entire team was waiting up for her. Everybody knew about it at the regional meet. Degnan had to arrange for the flexibility of an alternate, just in case Christine could not go. Several times during the race, Christine felt she could not continue. But then she heard her friends and all those other people, those strangers from other colleges, calling her name. She thought about Jennifer. And she ran. She finished fourth in 22 minutes 58 seconds, breaking the Post record for the 6-kilometer distance by 15 seconds. And although the Post team didn?t qualify for the nationals, Christine did. 59. The efforts Christine?s Post team made for her include the following EXCEPT ____________. A. offering car service and flight tickets to Boston B. arranging for a substitute for her beforehand C. taking care of her food and uniforms D. cheering for her during the race 60. We can learn from the passage that ____________. A. Christine?s two sisters were killed in the accident B. Christine?s athletic performance stood out in the race C. Christine flew to Boston after her sister?s funeral D. Christine broke the Post record in national meet in Boston 61. What is the crucial factor contributing to Christine?s success in the race? A. Diligent practice. B. Excellent coaching. C. Good relationships. D. Firm determination. C The most complex object known to humanity is the human brain — and not only is it complex, but it is one of the few natural phenomena that science has no consciousness of. To try to replicate (复制) something that is so poorly understood may therefore seem like pride. But you have to start somewhere, and International
Business Machines (IBM) and the Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne (EPFL), in Switzerland, propose to start by replicating “in silico”, one of the brain?s building blocks. In a partnership announced, the two organizations said they would be working together to build a simulation ( 模拟 ) of a structure known as a neo-cortical（新大脑皮质的） column on a type of IBM supercomputer that is currently used to study the molecular functioning of genes. If that works, they plan to use more powerful computers to link such simulated columns together into something that mimics（模仿) a brain. In a real brain, a neo-cortical column is a cylindrical（圆柱形的）element about a third of a millimeter in diameter and three millimeters long. It is these columns, arranged side by side like the cells of a honeycomb, which make up the famous “grey matter” that has become shorthand for human intelligence. The Blue Gene/L supercomputer that will be used for the simulation consists of enough independent processors for each to be programmed to mimic an individual nerve cell in a column. The EPFL?s contribution to the Blue Brain Project will be to create a digital description of how the columns behave. The database from its Brain Mind Institute will provide the raw material for the simulation. Biologists and computer scientists will then connect the artificial nerve cells up in a way that mimics nature. They will do so by assigning electrical properties（电能）to them, and telling them how to communicate with each other and how they should modify their connections with one another depending on their activity. That will be no mean feat. Even a single nerve cell is complicated, not least because each one has about 10,000 connections with others. And nerve cells come in great variety—relying, for example, on different chemical transmitters to carry messages across those connections. Eventually, however, a digital representation of an entire column Should occur. Assuming that the growth of computing power continues to follow Moore?s Law, the leader of IBM?s side thinks it should be practical to mimic an entire human brain in silico this way in ten to fifteen years. Such an artificial brain would, of course, be a powerful research tool. It would allow neurological experiments that currently take days in a “web lab” to be conducted in seconds. The researchers hope that their simulated brain will reveal the secrets of how certain psychiatric and neurological, disorders develop. But that is probably not the real reason for doing it. The most interesting question, surely, is whether such an artificial brain will be intelligent, or conscious, or both. 62. In a real brain, a neo-cortical column ____________. A. looks like the cells of a honeycomb B. is a simulation of a structure C. is the famous “grey matter” D. contains a large number of nerve cells 63. What does the underlined sentence “That will be no mean feat” in Paragraph 5 indicate? A. It is rather difficult to connect the artificial nerve ceils up. B. The function of chemical transmitters is hard to understand. C. A digital representation of an entire column is time-consuming. D. A single nerve cell is complicated to identify across connections. 64. The fundamental purpose of doing the research is probably ____________. A. to simulate an entire human brain in silico B. to tell us how some certain disorders emerge C. to discover how the artificial brain would work D. to examine whether Moore?s Law is still functioning 65. What type of writing is this passage? A. A science fiction B. A research report C. An official document D. A computer advertisement
D In less than 60 years the people of my tribe have gone from being an independent nation, to cultural prisoners, to welfare recipients (享有者) . Is it any wonder that there are so many problems facing indigenous (土著的) Australians today? When I was growing up in Kowanyama there were 15 people in my class, I am the only one who has gone to university. I?m also the only girl in my class who did not have a child at 15. Of the boys in my class, seven have been incarcerated, two for murder, five for robbery and rape. Only three of us are not alcoholics. Four of my classmates have committed suicide. Life as a young aborigine is not easy, in any setting. The story of my fellow students is a lesson in the magnitude of the problems that young indigenous people in Cape York face. The two issues that are central to changing this story are education and health. There is a huge gap between what we get in communities and what other kids get in cities. One of the problems facing education in remote indigenous schools is that teachers tend to be just out of training and stay for only a year or two. Not one teacher stayed for the whole of my nine years at school—not even the principals. This seeming lack of commitment makes you feel they don?t care. We need to review the curriculum in these communities because it is pitched at a very low level. I have had to draw the conclusion that governments and educationalists see us as less than white people. Education should be uplifting, not serve to reinforce lack of self-esteem and the heart-wrenching low expectations that our race suffer from. We need a massive reassessment of,education policies and an equally massive investment in education. We have spent so long listening to some white fellows telling us we are stupid, lazy no-hopers that the majority of my people actually believe it. The relationship between poor education and poor health is clear. People whose self-esteem and pride have been destroyed by a substandard education system and a social system that creates an addiction to passive welfare have little reason to live healthy lives. Our health is getting worse. The policies that determine the delivery of health services are deeply flawed by a bureaucracy (官僚作风) that does not want to hear our voices. Health services are often confined to the clinic. It is problems and challenges such as these that led me to stand in last October?s ATSIC election. ATSITC is more than the board of commissioners and the Canberra bureaucracy. ATSIC is also people who are from community and work hard for community. We recognize that governments cannot solve our problems for us. As young people we are trying to take responsibility for our future. I ask the Prime Minister, not that he fixes these problems for us but that he and his Government see us as equal partners in the huge task of rebuilding our families, communities and Cape York Peninsula. He demonstrated his commitment by engaging his Government at the family and domestic violence summit. My view is that the level of domestic violence and child abuse sums up all that has been wrong with Aboriginal policy. .We need a new relationship to address this frightening reality in our lives. Aboriginal people are reluctant to admit that young girls and women are being raped by their own people because of the blanket of shame. * I am asking you to help lift that blanket. I stand here as a proud Aboriginal woman, a Kokoberra woman as well as a criminologist, and I thank you for your time and attention. Tania Major, 22, is an ATSIC regional councilor and a trainee manager at her home community of Kowanyama on Cape York. This is an edited version of an address she is scheduled to give at a meeting between the Prime Minister
and Cape York leaders (full text at smh. com. an). 66. Which of the following words can best describe Tania?s tone? A. regretful B. depressed C. serious D. Humorous 67. The underlined word “incarcerated” in Paragraph 2 is closest in meaning to___. A. criticized B. killed C. dismissed D. imprisoned 68. We can infer from the passage that in Australia___. A. few teachers are willing to work in indigenous schools because they are poorly paid B. the curriculum in indigenous schools has to be easier otherwise the students will fail C. the undereducated aborigines are considered to be lazy and dependent on welfare D. a good education can help the aboriginal people to learn to set high expectations 69. Who. do you think are Tania?s audience? A. Aboriginal people. B. Young boys and girls in Kowanyama. C. Teachers and principals. D. The prime minister and the Cape York leaders. . 70. What is the main idea of the passage? A. ATSIC doesn?t serve the people because of its incompetence and bureaucracy. B. The aboriginal people can learn to be responsible for their future if treated equally. C. The government has adopted fresh policies related to the delivery of health services. D. The biggest problems facing the aboriginal people are domestic violence and child abuse.
第 II 卷
第四部分：任务型阅读（共 10 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 10 分） 请认真阅读下列短文，并根据所读内容在文章后表格中的空格里填入一个最恰当的单词。 注意：请将答案写在答题卡上相应题号的横线上。每个空格只填 1 个单词。
You cannot underestimate how much this fuels your commitment. Define what “early wins” look like
and make sure that they?re in your control. For example, if you said, “exercise four times weekly”, that?s in your hands, so make sure you meet or exceed this number consistently. It fuels you to continue. 2. TRACK POSITIVE PROGRESS It?s important to know what you?ve accomplished. Mostly we focus on what ISN?T happening. This is bringing down your energy level and mood. Keep a notebook or journal (digitally or paper) of what is getting done so you can visibly see progress. If you have several goals, keep different journals. 3. COMMIT TO OTHERES The more you share your goals with others, the more you become responsible for taking action. Take it a step further and enlist someone you will “report” to and share your progress. Make sure this persbn push you and not let you off the hook. 4. MAKE MISTAKES AND MOVE ON You won?t be perfect. When you?re not, declare, embrace and own it, then move on fast. Recommit and get right back in the game. Also, disable your rearview mirrors (后视镜) . What happened before doesn?t have to influence what happens next. 5. DEFINE YOUR OWN SUCCESS There is no “right” way to get to your goal. It?s yours and you?re the author. Clearly map out the route to the top with milestones and what success looks like. The more clear you are on not only the “what” but the “how”, the easier it will be to take action. The goals you create are hugely important, but in fact the most exciting part is the self-discovery in the process of getting there. Make this year an amazing year of breaking barriers and being “unreasonable” with yourself to achieve success. Introduction (72) ___________ outcomes in seeking success The (71)__________ of the new year is the right time to reset and commit to goals in 2015. ?We may start off strong. but we can get lost during the course (73) _________ ?We always find seemingly reasonable excuses in (74)________ of ourselves when we give up halfway. ?To fuel you to continue, define what “early wins” logically and (75)________ your ability accurately. ?Focus on your present accomplishments and (76)________your progress by keeping notes and journals. ?The more you share your goals" with others, the more (77) ________you will take for the future actions. ?Admit your imperfection and move forward without (78)________your previous mistakes. ?Choose the right way to meet your goal and clarify how to achieve success. ?The process of achieving goals is to (79) ________ yourself, which is more important than creating goals. ? ?(80) ________endless excuses and break barriers to make 2015 an amazing year.
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第五部分：书面表达（满分 25 分） 81.请阅读下面短文，并按要求用英语写一篇 150 词左右的文章。 本试卷由飚记英语（微信公共号：biaojienglish)第一时间整理发布。加微信公共号关注，可第一时间接 收手工扫描和文字转换的江苏各大市试卷，以及纯干货的各种解题策略和视频资源等。 Behavioral scientists have done countless experiments to prove that any human being tends to repeat an act which has been immediately followed by a pleasant result. In one such experiment, a number of schoolchildren were divided into three groups and given arithmetic tests daily for five days. One group was
consistently praised for its previous performance; another group was criticized; the third was ignored. Not surprisingly, those who were praised improved dramatically. Those who were criticized improved also but not so much. And the scores of the children who were ignored hardly improved at all. Interestingly， the brightest children were helped just as much by criticism as by praise, but the less able children reacted badly to criticism, who needed praise the most. Yet the latter are the very youngsters who, in most schools, fail to get the pat on the back. To give praise costs the giver nothing but a moments thought and a moment?s effort 一 perhaps a quick phone call to pass on a compliment (称赞)，or five minutes spent writing an appreciative letter. It is such a small investment 一 and yet consider the results it may produce. “I can live for two months on a good compliment，” said Mark Twain. 【写作内容】 1.用约 30 个单词写出上文的概要； 2.用约 120 个单词发表你的观点，内容包括： (1)赞扬别人对自己和对方带来的影晌； (2)请以你的日常生活经历的事情为例，说明别人的赞扬对你的影响。 【写作要求】 1.作文中可使用自己亲身经历或虚构的故事; 2.阐述观点或提供论据时，不能直接引用原文语句； 3.作文中不能出现真实姓名和学校名称；? 4.不必写标题。 【评分标准】 内容完整，语言规范，语篇连贯，词数适当。 01—05 CBCCA 06—10 ACCBC 11—15 BACBA 16—20 CABBC 21—25 DACCD 26—30 BACDC 31—35 ADACB 36—40 CDABA 41—45 DBDCA 46—50 CABCD 51—55 BCDAB 56—58 BCA 59—61 CBD 62—65 DACB 66—70 CDCDB 任务型阅读： 71. beginning/start 72. Disappointing/Discouraging 73. unconsciously/unintentionally 74. defence/defense 75. assess/evaluate/rate/estimate 76. record/note 77. responsibility 78. reviewing 79. discover/explore 80. Abandon
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