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选择题部分(共 80 分) 第一部分:英语知识运用(共两节,满分 30 分) 第一节:单项填空(共 20 小题;每小题 0.5 分,满分 10 分) 从 A、B、C 和 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。 1. —I don‘t think I can afford an iphone 6. It‘s expensive. —__________ You‘re rich. A. Who cares? B. So what? C. No doubt. D. Come on. 2. —The program Running Man in Zhejiang TV turned out __________ success. Have you seen it? — It‘s a pity I haven‘t. But I have __________ rough idea of what it‘s about. A. a; the B. 不填; a C. a; a D. the; 不填 3. What is bothering Obama is how to improve medical care to benefit people. __________, how to create health care system that helps people is his present-day trouble. A. In other words B. On the other hand C. On the contrary D. As a matter of fact 4. Li Chen and Fan Bingbing have fallen in love with each other, __________ a hot topic in the entertainment industry. A. having made B. to make C. making D. made 5. —Look at those clouds! —Don‘t worry. __________ it rains, we‘ll still have a great time. A. Even if B. In case C. As though D. If only 6. — Didn‘t you talk any with Rice? —No, the plane __________ off when I rushed to the airport to see her off. A. was taking B. had taken C. took D. has taken 7. People are __________ shoppers in China on November 11th, contributing to more than 35 billion online shopping sales. A. potential B. enthusiastic C. intelligent D. temporary 8. __________ on Wechat is a common phenomenon, and more people hardly write letters. A. Communicate B. Communicated C. To communicate D. Communicating 9. Our nation should first develop modern law __________ in ruling the country by law. A. awareness B. opportunities C. regulation D. principle 10. Words failed me when I heard the news of the New Year‘s Eve stampede in Shanghai. But for lacking a sense of safety, so many people __________ killed or injured. A. couldn‘t be B. wouldn‘t have been C. mustn‘t have been D. shouldn‘t be 11. A wild Siberian tiger has been caught on camera in Heilongjiang Province, __________ the first images of this sort were captured. A. which B. when C. where D. that

12 . Barbie flue refers to the trend __________ young women dramatically change their appearance to make themselves look like human Barbie dolls. A. what B. whether C. that D. how 13. Chinese billionaire Wang Jianlin __________ on Wednesday that he had bought 20 percent shares in Spanish league champions Atletico Madrid. A. confirmed B. submitted C. informed D. promoted 14 . The problem should be handled very carefully to balance the needs of people with __________ of nature. A. ones B. this C. those D. that 15. —What‘s your plan for the future? —I hope to attend my dream college in China at first and __________ work for Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd. A. regularly B. frequently C. gradually D. eventually 16. —Why didn‘t you hire the young man? —__________ qualification, ability and experience, he‘s not well suited to the position we offer. A. In terms of B. In spite of C. In favor of D. In want of 17. Many young ladies in the street have __________ their summer dresses in late spring. A. put out B. brought out C. stood out D. picked out 18. The shelter is expected to help the homeless live __________ the bitter winter. A. across B. with C. through D. against 19. Dozens of family members of the victim __________ at the gate of embassy requesting a report with concrete evidence of the accident. A. collected B. removed C. separated D. gathered 20. —How do you find my purse? —__________. A. On the playground B. It‘s modern and nice C. Sorry, I didn‘t. D. From the police 第二节:完形填空(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 21 – 40 各题所给的四个选项( A、B、C 和 D)中, 选出最佳选项,并在答题纸上将该选项标号涂黑。 “Wanted: Violin Can’t pay much Call … ” Why did I notice that? I wondered, since I rarely looked at the classified ads. I laid the paper on my lap and closed my eyes, remembering what had during the Great Depression, when my family 21 to make a living on our farm. I, too, had wanted a violin, but we didn‘t have the 22 . When my older twin sisters began showing an interest in music, Harriet Anne learned to play Grandma‘s upright piano, 23 Suzanne turned to Daddy‘s violin, simple tunes soon became 24 melodies as the twins played more and more. 25 in the rhythm of the music, my baby brother danced around while Daddy hummed(哼唱)and Mother whistled. I just 26 . When my arms grew 27 enough, I tried to play Suzanne‘s violin, I loved the beautiful sound

drawn across the strings. Oh, how I wanted one! But I knew it was 28 the question. One evening as the twins played in the school orchestra, I closed my eyes tight to capture the picture firmly in my 29 . “Someday, I‘ll sit up there. ” I vowed(发誓) 30 . Unfortunately, it was not a 31 year. At harvest the crops did not bring as much as we had hoped. I, however, couldn‘t 32 any longer to ask, “Daddy, may I have a violin of my own?” “Can‘t you use Suzanne‘s?” “I‘d like to be in the orchestra, too, and we can‘t 33 use the same violin at the same time. ” Daddy‘s face looked 34 . That night, and many following nights, I heard him 35 God in our family devotions: “… and Lord, Mary Lou wants her 36 violin. ” One evening we all sat around the table. The twins and I studied. Mother sewed and Daddy wrote a letter to his friend, George Finkle, in Columbus. Mr.Finkle, Daddy said, was a fine violinist. As he wrote, Daddy read 37 of his letter out loud to Mother. Weeks later I 38 he‘d written one line he didn‘t read aloud: “Would you watch for a 39 for my third daughter? I can‘t 40 much, but she enjoys music. And we‘d like her to have her own instrument. ” 21.A. managed B. promised C. struggled D. forced 22.A. luck B. money C. choice D. hope 23.A. while B. since C. after D. before 24.A. soft B. fluent C. gentle D. lovely 25.A. Picked out B. Caught up C. Taken on D. Called for 26.A. shouted B. laughed C. listened D. cried 27.A. long B. tough C. old D. slim 28.A. far from B. next to C. out of D. along with 29.A. dream B. hand C. life D. mind 30.A. faithfully B. silently C. frequently D. patiently 31.A. hopeless B. stable C. good D. difficult 32.A. stand B. help C. wait D. risk 33.A. both B. ever C. either D. still 34.A. angry B. sad C. pale D. weak 35.A. demand B. inform C. commit D. remind 36.A. favourite B. private C. own D. individual 37.A. parts B. lines C. contents D. purposes 38.A. heard B. conveyed C. discovered D. observed 39.A. musician B. favor C. gift D. violin 40.A. owe B. order C. charge D. pay 第二部分:阅读理解(第一节 20 小题,第二节 5 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 50 分) 第一节:阅读下列材料,从每题所给的四个选项( A、B、C 和 D)中,选出最佳选项,并在 答题纸上将该选项标号涂黑。 A Qixi Festival, the Chinese equivalent of Valentine‘s Day that fell yesterday, was not only a disappointment for forgotten lovers, but also for businessmen left with empty pockets. The cold reception has prompted cultural experts to seriously worry that the lovers‘ festival,

marked for generations since the Han Dynasty (206 BC-AD 220) ,is dying out. Some have even called for legislation to make the festival a legal ―Chinese Lovers‘ Day‖, which falls on the seventh day of the seventh month of the lunar year. But the effectiveness of such a measure is in doubt, although efforts to preserve traditional festivals deserve highly praise. A growing number of traditional Chinese festivals, such as the Dragon Boat Festival and Mid-Autumn Festival, share the same fate of the Qixi Festival. Young people are showing less interest in traditional culture as symbolized by these festivals. Even if all traditional festivals are finally made legal, the risk of them becoming purely formalized celebrations with little meaning is not removed. If the younger generation fails to identify with the cultural significance of these holidays, there is little that can be done. While complaining about traditional festivals‘ fading appeal, decision-makers should reflect on cultural protection. Undeniably, our country has done a bad job of preserving culture and traditional festivals, compared to neighbouring Japan and the Republic of Korea(ROK) . The 2,500-year-old Dragon Boat Festival falls on the fifth day of the fifth lunar month. The traditional customs and ceremonies of the occasion, which originated in China, have been better preserved in the ROK. Only a few years ago did China begin to realize the significance of preserving intangible(无形 的)cultural heritage when the ROK planned to apply to the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization to list its version of the Dragon Boat Festival as an important example of intangible culture. Concern about the traditional holidays also reminds people of the growing influence of foreign cultures as the country opens wider to the outside world. With traditional festivals becoming less important and imports such as Christmas and Valentine‘s Day gaining widespread popularity, the public including cultural professionals have tended to measure traditional Chinese festivals in economic terms. Business rather than culture has begun to play a dominant role. More and more people are preoccupied with how much money can be made during the holidays. In fact what makes traditional festivals unique and what keeps them alive is their cultural elements. After all, it is unique culture that contributes to the world‘s diversity with globalization. 41.What makes Chinese cultural experts worry that the lovers‘ festival is dying out? A. The disappointment for both businessmen and lovers. B. The cold reacting of the public to Qixi Festival. C. The failure to make traditional Chinese festivals legal. D. The action to preserve culture and traditional festivals. 42. The public look at the effectiveness of the legalization of the Qixi Festival with a (n) _______ attitude. A. indifferent B. positive C. doubtful D. hopeful 43. From Paragraph 5 we can learn that _______. A. traditional festivals are thought more highly of by the young people. B. legal celebrations reduce the risk of disappearing of traditional culture. C. the significance of traditional festivals should be more identified with. D. young people value traditional culture more while they can do little.

44. It is implied by the writer that traditional Chinese festivals should be measured _______. A. by legal decision B. in economic ways C. by professional rules D. in cultural terms 45. The writer‘s purpose for writing this article is to _______. A. remind us that the cultural elements make traditional festivals live on. B. complain that Japan and ROK do a better job in preserving culture. C. inform the public of the dying out of traditional Chinese festivals. D. warn people against business role in celebrating traditional festivals. B When we asked Oprah to pick the 10 books she‘s read in the past decade that have mattered to her most, she was momentarily stumped. For someone who describes herself as ―inspired, challenged, and sustained‖ by books, it was almost impossible for Oprah to stay within our limit of 10. Still, she offered up the following, but she emphasized that it was only a sampler of delightful titles that have also managed to teach her --- and all of us --- a few things. 1. Discover the Power Within You By Eric Butterworth 256 pages; Harper One Advice from the internationally known spiritual teacher. 2. A New Earth By Eckhart Tolle 316 pages; Plume There‘s a reason Oprah picked this for her Book Club in 2008 --- and that she gave audience members Post-it pens along with their copies. So much wisdom, so little time! A real-life guide to living your best life. 3. The Poisonwood Bible By Barbara Kingsolver 576 pages; Harper Perennial This novel is about a family involved in the political trouble of postcolonial Africa . It established Kingsolver as one of our wisest observers of history, politics, and human nature. 4. Night By Elie Wiesel 120 pages; Hill and Wang A memoir (回忆录) of a childhood suffered in concentration camps during the Holocaust. It‘s horrific but uplifting. ―I gain courage from his courage,‖ Oprah says. 5. A Fine Balance By Rohinton Mistry 624 pages; Vintage A Dickensian novel about India during the Emergency. Like the aftermath of September 11, it teaches us about cultures we haven‘t understood. “It takes us out of our own little shell and exposes us to a whole other world out there. “ Oprah say. 6. East of Eden By John Steinbeck 608 pages; Penguin

This classic is about good and evil as played out in a late-19th-century California ranch family. If you didn‘t read it in high school, read it now. If you did, reread it! 7. The Story of Edgar Sawtelle By David Wroblewski 576 pages; Harper Collins A kind of Hamlet on the prairie, this is the wrenching(令人痛苦的) story of a mute boy and his dog. Oprah compares it to East of Eden and To Kill a Mickingbird. 8. The Pillars of the Earth By Ken Follett 973 pages; Penguin About the challenges of building cathedrals in 12th-century England. This novel couldn‘t be more different in setting, time, and plot from the author‘s breakthrough success, Eye of the Needle. Oprah declares it simply “great” . 9. The Bluest Eye By Toni Morrison 224 pages; Penguin How to choose among the great Morrison‘s novel? Start with this one about a girl who thinks she has to have blue eyes to be beautiful. Oprah considered it one of the best in a crowded Morrison field. 10. The Known World By Edward P. Jones 400 pages, Harper Collins When this book was published in 2003, it shocked everybody with its description of slave-owning blacks before the Civil War. A daring, unusual examination of race. 46. The passage is mainly about _______. A. ten books that have made greatest difference to Oprah B. an inspiring , challenging and sustainable woman C. Oprah‘s picks from what has taught her a few things D. the unwillingness of Oprah to share books within a limit of 10. 47. Why did Oprah add A Fine Balance to her list? A. She gained courage from it. B. It tells about wisdom of human nature. C. It‘s a guide to living a best life. D. Culture of a different world is exposed. 48. What makes Oprah declare The Pillars of the Earth great? A. The advice on discovering the power. B. The story of a mute boy and his dog. C. The challenges of building cathedrals. D. The good and evil in a California family. 49. In which book the story was set before the Civil War? A. In The Bluest Eye B. In East of Eden C. In A New Earth D. In The Known World C More than four decades ago British scientist Robert Edwards first witnessed the miracle of human life growing inside a test tube at his Cambridge lab. Since that ground-breaking moment, more than four million babies have been born through IVF and in 2010 his great contribution to science was finally recognized as he was awarded the Nobel Prize for medicine. The prize for Dr Edwards, who was given a Daily Mirror Pride of Britain Award in 2008, includes

a £900,000 cheque. The Nobel Assembly described IVF as a "milestone in modern medicine". With the help of fellow scientist Patrick Steptoe, the Manchester-born physiologist developed IVF - leading to the birth of the world's first test tube baby. Dr Steptoe died 10 years later but their work has transformed fertility treatment and given hope to millions of couples. It was a scientific breakthrough that transformed the lives of millions of couples. They said: "His achievements have made it possible to treat infertility, a disease which makes human unable to have a baby. This condition has been afflicting a large percentage of mankind including more than 10% of all couples worldwide." Louise Brown, the world's first test tube baby, made international headlines when she was born in Oldham, Gtr Manchester, in 1978 to parents Lesley and John who had been fruitlessly trying for a baby since 1969. Ivf-in-vitro fertilisation is the process whereby egg cells are fertilised outside the body before being implanted in the womb. After a cycle of IVF, the probability of a couple with infertility problems having a baby is one in five — the same as healthy couples who conceive naturally. Professor Edwards, who has five daughters and 11 grandchildren, began his research at Cambridge University in 1963, after receiving his PhD in 1955.He once said: "The most important thing in life is having a child. Nothing is more special than a child." With the help of fellow scientist Patrick Steptoe, Prof. Edwards founded the Bourn Hall clinic in Cambridge shire, which now treats more than 900 women a year. Each year, more than 30,000 women in Britain now undergo IVF and 11,000 babies are born as a result of the treatment. But his work attracted widespread criticism from some scientists and the Catholic Church who said it was "unethical and immoral". Martin Johnson, professor of reproductive(生殖的) sciences at the University of Cambridge, said the award was "long overdue".He said:“We couldn't understand why the Nobel has come so late but he is delighted - this is the cherry on the cake for him. ” Professor Edwards was too ill to give interviews but a statement released by his family said he was "thrilled and delighted". 50. What is Robert Edwards‘ contribution to science? A. Challenging a disease which stops human having a baby. B. Seeing the wonder of the first tube baby growing C. Enabling millions of couples to live a better life. D. Helping couples with infertility to have tube babies. 51. What does the underlined word “afflicting ”(Paragraph 4)most probably refer to? A. Troubling B. Developing C. Improving D. Confusing 52. Why did Professor Edwards begin his research on tube baby? A. Because he thought it of great significance to have a child in life. B. Because the birthrate around the world was unexpectedly low then. C. Because a special child did make a difference to an ordinary family. D. Because his fellow scientist wanted to give hope to the unlucky couples. 53. It can be inferred from Paragraph 8 and Paragraph 9 that ___________. A. some people envied Professor Edwards for his being awarded. B. different opinions were voiced on Professor Edwards‘ finding. C. Professor Edwards deserved the prize for his breakthrough.

D. the prize was late because the finding was first considered immoral. 54. What might be the best title for the passage? A. Life Stories of Robert Edwards B. Preparations for Having a Baby C. Nobel Prize for IVF Expert Edwards D. Treatment of Infertility in a Lab D As Amy Hagadorn rounded the corner across the hall from her classroom, she crashed with a tall boy from the fifth grade running in the opposite direction. “Watch it, Squirt,”the boy yelled, as he dodged around the little third grader. Then, with an unfriendly smile on his face, the boy took hold of his right leg and mimicked the way Amy limped (跛行)when she walked. Amy closed her eyes for a moment. ―Ignore him,‖ she told herself as she headed for her classroom. But at the end of the day, Amy was still thinking about the tall boy‘s mean teasing. It wasn‘t as if he were the only one. Amy was tired of it. Sometimes, even in a classroom full of other students, the teasing about her speech or her limping made her feel all alone. Back home at the dinner table that evening Amy was quiet. That‘s why Patti Hagdorn was happy to have some exciting news to share with her daughter. “There‘s a Christmas Wish Contest on the radio station,” she announced. “Write a letter to Santa and you might win a prize. I think someone at this table with blond curly hair should enter. ” Amy giggled.The contest sounded like fun. She started thinking about what she wanted most for Christmas. A smile took hold of Amy when the idea first came to her. Out came pencil and paper and Amy went to work on her letter. ―Dear Santa Claus,‖ she began. While Amy worked away at her best printing, the rest of the family tried to guess what she might ask from Santa. Amy‘s sister, Jamie, and Amy‘s mom both thought a 3-foot Barbie Doll would top Amy‘s wish list. Amy‘s dad guessed a picture book. But Amy wasn‘t ready to reveal her secret Christmas wish just then. Here is Amy‘s letter to Santa, just as she wrote it that night: Dear Santa Clause, My name is Amy. I am 9 years old. I have a problem at school. Can you help me, Santa? Kids laugh at me because of the way I walk and run and talk.I have cerebral palsy (大脑性瘫痪) . I just want one day where no one laughs at me or makes fun of me. Love, Amy At radio station WJLT in Fort Wayne, Indiana, letters poured in for the Christmas Wish Contest. The workers had fun reading about all the different presents that boys and girls from across the city wanted for Christmas. When Amy‘s letter arrived at the radio station, manager Lee Tobin read it carefully. He knew cerebral palsy was a muscle disorder that might confuse the schoolmates of Amy who didn‘t understand her disability. He thought it would be good for the people in Fort Wayne to hear about this special third grader and her unusual wish. Mr. Tobin called up the local newspaper. The next day, a picture of Amy and her letter to Santa made the front page of the .News Sentinel‖. The story spread quickly. All across the country, newspapers and radio and television

station reported the story of the little girl in Fort Wayne, Indiana, who asked for such a simple, yet remarkable Christmas gift – just one day without teasing. Suddenly the postman was a regular at the Hagadorn house. Envelopes of all sizes addressed to Amy arrived daily from children and adults all across the nation. They came filled with holiday greetings and words of encouragement. During that unforgettable Christmas season, over two thousand people from all over the world sent Amy letters of friendship and support. Amy and her family read every single one. Some of the writers had disabilities; some had been teased as children. Many people thanked Amy for being brave enough to speak up. Others encouraged her to ignore teasing and to carry her head high. Each writer had a special message for Amy. Through the cards and letters from strangers, Amy glimpsed a world full of people who truly cared about each other. She realized that no amount or form of teasing could ever make her feel lonely again. Amy did get her wish of a special day without teasing at South Wayne Elementary School. Additionally, everyone at school got an added bonus. Teachers and students talked together about how bad teasing can make others feel. That year, the Fort Wayne mayor officially proclaimed December 21st as Amy Jo Hagadorn Day throughout the city. The mayor explained that by daring to make such a simple wish, Amy taught a universal lesson. “Everyone,” said the mayor, “wants and deserves to be treated with respect, dignity and warmth.” 55. The underlined word ―mimicked‖ (Paragraph 2) can probably be replaced with ___________. A. struck B. copied C. blocked D. declined 56. According to Paragraph 4, the message is conveyed that ___________. A. Amy was often made fun of at school and she disliked the fact B. loneliness always accompanied Amy because of the tall boy C. some other students teased Amy made her think of the mean boy. D. Amy hated being laughed at in the classroom full of other students. 57.Amy‘s mother shared the news of a Christmas Wish Contest that day because she knew ___________. A. her daughter was teased by a fifth grader. B. Amy‘s disease went much worse than before. C. the contest would change Amy‘s life. D. things weren‘t going well with Amy at school. 58. The postman suddenly became a regular because ___________. A. he wanted to comfort Amy regularly. B. a number of letters needed delivering there. C. he used to be teased alike at school. D. holidays greetings were asked to give to Amy. 59. Amy learned through strangers‘ cards and letters that ___________. A. the world was filled with care and love. B. she would take teasing as a present in life. C. some people were being teased similarly. D . everyone should be treated with kindness. 60. The passage talks about ___________. A. Everyone can do something remarkable. B. A small act makes a difference. C. A girl who was brave to speak her wish up. D. The disabled deserve respect.

第二节:下面文章中有 5 处(第 61 – 65 题)需要添加小标题。请从以下选项(A、B、C、D.E 和 F)中选出符合各段意思的小标题,并在答题纸上将相应选项的标号涂黑。选项中有一项是 多余选项。 A. Life isn‘t a competition. B. Fight for a better life with determination. C. Love should be your rule. D. Be grateful and feel hopeful about life. E. Life can be cruel at times. F. Be open to life anyway. Dear Seth, You‘re only three years old, and at this point in your life you can‘t read, much less understand what I‘m going to try to tell you in this letter. But I‘ve been thinking a lot about the life that you have ahead of you, about my life so far as I reflect on what I‘ve learned, and about my role as a dad in trying to prepare you for the trials that you will face in the coming years. As with my advice, take it with a grain of salt. What works for me might not work for you. But someday when you‘re ready, I hope you will find some wisdom and value in what I share with you. 61. _____________________________ You are young, and life has yet to take its toll on you, to throw disappointments and heartaches and loneliness and struggles and pain into your path. You have not been worn down yet by longs hours of thankless work, by the slings and arrows of everyday life.For this, be thankful.You are at a wonderful stage of life. You have many wonderful stages of life still to come even if they are not without their costs and great dangers. 62. _____________________________ There will be people in your life who won‘t be very nice because you‘re different, or for no good reason. There‘s not much you can do except to learn to deal with them, and learn to choose friends who are kind to you, actually care about you, and make you feel good about yourself. There will be times when you are met with disappointment rather than success. Life won‘t always turn out the way you want. But instead of letting these things get you down, push on. Learn to turn negatives into positives. You‘ll also face heartbreak and abandonment by those you love. I hope you don‘t have to face this too much, but it happens. Let these pains become stepping stones to better things in life and learn to use them to make you stronger. 63. _____________________________ Yes, you‘ll find suffering in your journey through life, but don‘t let that close you to new things or wall yourself off. Be open to new things, experiences and people. You might get your heart broken ten times but find the most wonderful woman the 11th time. You might get teased and hurt by people you meet. If you close yourself off to new people, who will be there during the toughest times of your life and create some of the best times of your life. You will fail many times but if you allow that to stop you from trying, you will miss out on the amazing feeling of success once you reach new heights with your accomplishments. 64. _____________________________ You will meet many people who will try to outdo you in school, in college, at work. They‘ll try to have nicer cars, bigger houses, nicer clothes, cooler gadgets. To them, life is a competition — they have to do better than their peers to be happy. Here‘s a secret: Life isn‘t a competition. It‘s a journey. If you spend that journey always trying to impress other, to outdo others, you‘re

wasting it. Instead, learn to enjoy the journey. Make it a journey of happiness, of constant learning, of continual improvement, of love. Find your passion, and pursue it doggedly. Life is too short to settle for a job that pays the bills. 65. _____________________________ If there‘s a single word you should live your life by, it should be this: Love. It, I know, might sound corny, but trust me, there‘s no better rule in life . Some would live by the rule of success. Their lives will be stressful, unhappy and shallow. Others would live by the rule of selfishness. They will live lonely and unhappy lives. Live your life by the rule of love. Love your spouse, children, parents, friends, with all of your heart. Love not only your loved ones, but your neighbours, coworkers, strangers, even your enemy. And most of all, love yourself. While others criticize you, learn not to be so hard on yourself, to think that you‘re ugly or dumb or unworthy of love. Instead, learn to love yourself for who you are. Finally, know that I love you and always will. You are starting out on a weird, scary, daunting, but ultimately incredibly wonderful journey. And I will be there for you when I can. Love, Your Dad 非选择题部分(共 40 分) 第三部分:写作(共两节,满分 40 分) 第一节:短文改错(共 10 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 10 分) 下面短文中有 10 处语言错误。请在有错误的地方增加、删除或修改某个单词。 增加:在缺词处加一个漏字符号(∧) ,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)不计分。

One Sunday, I was reading my book while it suddenly occurred to me that it was mother birthday the next day. However, I forgot it complete. I was worried that I didn‘t prepare any present to her. At that moment, idea of online shopping came to my mind. I clicked the mouse and search some famous shopping websites. Having compared the price of many dresses, I chose one with a reasonable price which I supposed Mum would appreciate it and bought it as soon as possible. The next day I received the dress as expected without get out of my room. You see, online shopping is very convenient that it has made our life colorful. 第二节:书面表达(满分 30 分)

假如你是李华, 你的班级打算在寒假组织一次班级活动, 有三种活动方案供大家选择: 一、 慈善义卖帮助家庭有困难的同学;二、聘请英语专家介绍有效的学习方法;三、组织一次班 级新年派对。 请你选择其中一个方案,用英语写一篇 100-120 个词的短文,提出对该项活动的建议并谈 谈理由。你的写作中必须包括: 1.选择方案,并对该方案提出建议; 2.谈谈你提出建议的理由。 开头已给出,不计入词数。参考词汇:慈善:charity(n. ) Our class is planning to organize a class activity during winter vacation.




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