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浙江省嘉兴市第一中学 2014 届高三上学期期中考试英语试题
本试卷分第Ⅱ卷(选择题)和第 II 卷(菲选择题) ,共 120 分。考试时间 120 分钟. 第Ⅰ卷(选择题部分,满分 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’ve nothing on me except this ten-yuan note to donate, I’m afraid. — Never mind. ______. We really appreciate your assistance. A. Every little helps B. The more, the better C. It’s better to give than to receive D. No one is perfect. 2. Awarded ______ 2012 Nobel Prize in Literature, Mo Yan, ______ productive contemporary Chinese writer,has published dozens of short stories related to the countryside. A. a; a B. the; a C. /; a D. a; the 3. His remark was considered to be quite ______, because it deepened the gap between two parties and caused more conflicts. A. out of place B. out of mind C. out of question D. out of order 4. In April, thousands of holidaymakers remained ______ abroad due to the volcanic ash cloud. A. sticking B. to be stuck C. stuck D. to have stuck 5. As for diet, Michael Jackson chooses vegetables and fruit in ______ to any kind of meat. A. comparison B. preference C. control D. advantage 6. When dealing with students, teachers are supposed to adopt ______ and caring approaches, as they are unique young individuals of different personalities. A. abstract B. efficient C. flexible D. effective 7. His novels sell best and have made him famous, but before that no one could have imagined how great a role he ______ in the literary world. A. had played B. has played C. is playing D. was to play 8. Let's learn to use the problem we are facing ______ a stepping-stone to future success. A. to B. for C. as D. by 9. It has been reported that some government leaders ______ their authority and position to get illegal profits for themselves. A. overlook B. employ C. abandon D. abuse 10. I think that something has to be done to stop the air from being polluted, ______ ? A. doesn't it B. don’t I C. don't they D. haven't they 11. Many students listened to the lecture, but I wondered how much they ______. A. took out B. took up C. took off D. took in 12. As is known to all language learners, newly learnt words will soon be forgotten unless ______ used in everyday communication. A. exactly B. finally C. gradually D. frequently 13. I will be surprised if you can get Calvin, who is very mean, ______ these donation draw tickets from you. A. buy B. buying C. buys D. to buy 14. --- I saw your uncle take a taxi to the airport. Why didn’t you drive him there? --- I ______. But my car ______. A. would; was fixed B. would have; was fixed C. would have; was being fixed D. did; was being fixed 15. In his lecture, the professor referred to the belief, in contrast to all other countries, ______ the elderly are wise, ______ is particularly dominant (占优势的) in the Chinese culture. A. that; that B. that; one that C. which; which D. that; one 16. Was it not until you began to write ______ you should have remembered more words? A. did you realize B. that you realized C. did you not realize D. that you didn't realize 17. Sometimes smiles around the world ______ be false, hiding other feelings like anger, fear or worry. A. must B. would C. should D. can
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18. Not having promoted the new digital camera successfully, the company should ______ its original marketing methods. A. account for B. reflect on C. work out D. call up 19. The knowledge that his friends have deserted him is a (n) ______ pill for Mr. Smith to swallow. A. extra B. common C. bitter D. effective 20. —He is a very hard-working student. — ______. As far as I know, he often burns the midnight oil. A. You can say that again B. Absolutely not C. Heaven knows D. No way 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,从短文后所给各题的四个选项(A、B、C和D)中,选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项, 并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 That morning, I got the train as always. I was a publishing director and was looking forward to embracing a new day of work, as usual. I would always turn to the crossword(纵横填字游戏), but that day it didn't 21 . I'd been doing it for 30-old years, but trying to read this one was like walking through syrup (糖浆) 22 : slow and hard. I thought I must be tired. I said to my assistant. The 23 colleague contacted my wife, Beth, and she drove me straight to hospital. There, confirmation came that I'd had a stroke in the part of my brain that 24 communication. I was now in a condition that means it's difficult or 25 to receive and produce language. It was the only time I 26 . I was back at home a week later, and my goal was to get better and 27 work in a couple of months. The way to 28 my language ability was rough. I'd look at simple pictures and try to describe them as my mind 29 round and round in the darkness, looking for words. As the months passed, it became 30 that I wasn't going to be able to go back to my old job. For 25 years, I had 31 myself as a publisher. I was used to a busy day of meetings. I enjoyed colleagues and the 32 I'd had. I didn’t feel ready to say goodbye to my old self. There were times when I felt incredibly 33 . In the darkest months, I devoted myself to 34 . I couldn't manage novels or newspapers, 35 I tried reading poetry, and found the shorter lines less overwhelming(势不可挡的). My speech came back, and I learned how to read again, though much more slowly. I also learned the 36 to keep up. I allowed myself to slow down, and started to enjoy it. 37 , I get rid of my old skin. I grieved(感到悲痛) the past, its passing and its absence, and started to 38 it. Now, 10 years later, I look after my grandson a day a week, and my relationship with my family is deeper than ever. If you'd asked me 15 years ago to 39 the importance of the things in my life I might have said work, but now I'm no longer a high-achieving publisher or someone who reads 10 books a week. I'm a 40 man, and if I read 10 books a year, that’s pretty good. 21. A. wear off B. make any sense C. count up D. pay off 22. A. temporarily B. scarcely C. unbelievably D. mildly 23. A. curious B. reserved C. serious D. concerned 24. A. calls for B. deals with C. suffers from D. responds to 25. A. practical B. absurd C. impossible D. innocent 26. A. prayed B. cried C. failed D. withdrew 27. A. contribute to B. agree to C. return to D. appeal to 28. A. gaining B. rebuilding C. revealing D. improving 29. A. slipped B. doubted C. wandered D. fled 30. A. messy B. flexible C. straightforward D. self-evident 31. A. informed B. evaluated C. reflected D. defined 32. A. extinction B. reward C. schedule D. status 33. A. angry B. cautious C. awesome D. merciless 34. A. speaking B. trying C. writing D. managing 35. A. since B. until C. so D. as 36. A. favor B. patience C. sympathy D. comfort 37. A. Gradually B. Hopefully C. Narrowly D. Annually 38. A. keep up with B. come to terms with C. get around to D. live up to 39. A. arrange B. compare C. rank D. declare
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40. A. genius

B. community

C. dignity

D. family

第二部分:阅读理解(共两节,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

What makes life difficult is that the process of facing and solving problems is a painful one. Problems, depending on their nature, cause us sadness, or loneliness or regret or anger or fear. These are uncomfortable feelings, often as painful as any kind of physical pain. And since life causes an endless series of problems, life is always difficult and is full of pain as well as joy. Yet, it is in this whole process of solving problems that life has its meaning. Problems are the serious test that tells us success from failure. When we desire to encourage the growth of human spirit, we encourage the human ability to solve problems, just as in school we set problems for our children to solve. It is through the pain of meeting and working out problems that we learn. As Benjamin Franklin said, those things that hurt, instruct. It is for this reason that wise people learn not to fear but to welcome the pain of problems. 41. From the passage, it can be inferred that ______. A. everybody has problems B. we become stronger by meeting and solving the problems of life C. life is difficult because our problems bring us pain D. people like to complain about their problems 42. The writer probably used just one short sentence in the first paragraph to ______. A. save space B. persuade readers C. make readers laugh D. get readers’ attention 43. The main idea of Paragraph 3 is that ______. A. most people feel life is easy B. the writer feels life is easy C. the writer likes to complain about his problems D. most people complain about how hard their lives are 44. According to the passage, we give school children difficult problems to solve in order to______. A. encourage them to learn B. teach them to fear the pain of solving the problem C. help them learn to deal with pain D. teach them how to respect from problems 45. The saying from Benjamin Franklin “Those things that hurt, instruct” suggests that ______. A. we do not learn from experience B. we do not learn when we are in pain C. pain teaches us important lessons D. pain cannot be avoided B Three astronauts returned to Earth safely on Wednesday after a successful 15-day mission (任务) marking , another step forward towards the country’s goal of building a manned space station by 2020. Zhang Youxia, commander-in-chief of China’s manned space program, said the Shenzhou X mission was a “complete success”. The Shenzhou X landed safely in north China’s Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region at about 8:07 a.m. on June 26, 2013. All three astronauts were in good physical condition. Nie Haisheng, commander of the Shenzhou X crew and a second-time space traveler, was the first to get out of the bowl-like module(舱), followed by Wang Yaping, the only female astronaut of the mission, and Zhang Xiaoguang. During a brief welcoming ceremony held at the landing area, the astronauts waved happily to a crowd
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consisting of officers, the search and recovery team, and health personnel. “It feels really good to be back home,” said astronaut Nie Haisheng. “We are dreamers, and we have now realized our dream,” said Zhang Xiaoguang. “Our space dream knows no limit, and our hard work will never stop,” he said. Compared with its previous mission Shenzhou IX last year, the Shenzhou X is no longer experimental but considered an applicable shuttle (航天飞机) system for sending astronauts and supplies to orbiting modules. The mission aims to further test technologies designed for docking 对接) supporting astronauts’ stay in space, as ( and well as to use new technologies related to the construction of a space station. In its 15-day journey in space, Shenzhou X docked with the orbiting space lab Tiangong-1 twice, once through automatic operation and the other manual(手控的).The Tiangong-1 space lab has been in orbit for more than 600 days. It’s designed to work for two years. The module is considered the first step in building a permanent space station in the future. And the astronauts spent 12 days in Tiangong-1, where they conducted space medical experiments, technical tests and gave a science lesson to students on Earth on June 19 about basic physics principles. The lecture was the second video class sent from space, with US astronaut Barbara Morgan’s 25-minute class being the first in 2007. China is the third country after the United States and Russia to acquire the technologies and skills necessary for space rendezvous(交会)and docking procedures, as well as supply manpower and material for an orbiting module via different docking methods. Previous docking procedures conducted between Shenzhou-type spacecraft and the orbiting space lab included two automated dockings by the unmanned Shenzhou-8 in 2011 and both an automated and manual docking by the manned Shenzhou-9 in 2012. Since its first manned space space mission in 2003, China has sent ten astronauts and six spacecrafts into the space. 46. According to the passage, the Shenzhou X ________. A. was sent into space on June 11, 2013 B. is still an experimental shuttle system C. sent many supplies to the manned space station D. returned to Earth safely on the afternoon of June 26 47. China sent the Shenzhou X into space to ________. A. learn how to make use of a manned space station B. prove the importance of the manned space program C. experiment on how to make astronauts stay in space safely D. test new technologies for the construction of a space station 48. We can learn from the passage that ________. A. Nie Haisheng is the only male astronaut of the mission B. The Tiangong-1 space lab was founded in 2012 C. China is the second country to give a space class D. the Tiangong-1 was mainly designed to serve Shenzhou X 49. What is the best title for the passage? A. China Prepares for Next Manned Mission B. Shenzhou X Spacecraft Mission Is a Success C. China’s Shenzhou X Is Now in Space D. Astronauts of Shenzhou X Mission Are Meeting Media C A scientist turns out to be able to see the future by offering each of some four-year-olds a piece of candy and watching how he or she deals with it. Some children reach eagerly for the treat they see. Some last a few minutes before they give in. But others are determined to wait until the last moment. By the time the children reach high school, something remarkable has happened. A survey found that those who as four-year-olds had enough self-control to hold out generally grew up to be more popular, adventurous, confident and dependable. The children who gave in to temptation(诱惑) early were more likely to be lonely, easily frustrated and inflexible(顽固的). Actually, the ability to delay reward is a sign of emotional intelligence which doesn't show up on an IQ test. The hardware of the brain and the software of the mind have long been scientists' concerns. But brain theory can't explain what we wonder about most, like the question why some people remain upbeat in the face
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of troubles that would sink a less resistant soul. Here comes the theory of Daniel Goleman, writer of Emotional Intelligence: when it comes to predicting people's success, brain ability measured by IQ may actually matter less than the qualities of mind once thought of as “character”. EQ is not the opposite of IQ. What researchers have been trying to understand is how they work together; how one's ability to handle stress, for instance, affects the ability to concentrate and put intelligence to use. Among the ingredients (要素) for success, researchers now generally agree that IQ counts for about 20%; the rest depends on everything from social class to luck. While many researchers in this relatively new field are glad to see emotional issues finally taken seriously, some few fear EQ invites misuse. 50. The experiment with the four-year-olds makes it clear that ________. A. the age of 4 is a proper time for scientific experiment B. emotional intelligence won't show up until adolescence C. the ability of self-control plays a role in personal success D. candy can be used to measure a person's emotional intelligence 51. Which of the following is TRUE of EQ and IQ according to the text? A. There is no link between EQ and IQ. B. The higher a person's IQ is, the higher his or her EQ is. C. Some people can be blessed with lots of both, but some with little of either. D. Scientists are trying to discover the way in which EQ and IQ work together. 52. The underlined word “upbeat” in Paragraph 4 probably means “________”. A. kind B. floating C. excited D. optimistic 53. Why does the author mention the experiment at the beginning of the text? A. To amuse both the children and readers. B. To prove the scientist’s wisdom. C. To introduce the topic of the text. D. To show us how to do an IQ test. 54. What is most likely to be written in the paragraph that follows? A. Information about famous people with high EQ. B. Examples showing the opposite voice about EQ. C. Some reasons why EQ is relatively new field. D. Strong demands for basic emotional education. D David’s Haircut When David steps out of the front door he is blinded for a moment by the white, strong sunlight and reaches for his dad’s hand automatically. It’s the first really warm day of the year, an unexpected heat that bridges the gap between spring and summer. Father and son are on their way to the barbershop, something they have always done together. Always, the routine is the same. “It’s about time we got that mop of yours cut,” David’s dad will say, pointing at him with two fingers, a cigarette caught between them. “Perhaps I should do it. Where are those scissors, Janet?” Sometimes his dad runs after him round the living room, pretending to cut off his ears. When he was young, David used to get too excited and start crying, scared that maybe he really would lose his ears, but he has long since grown out of that. Mr Samuels’ barbershop is in a long room above the chip shop, reached by a steep and worn flight of stairs. David follows his father. He loves the barbershop — it’s like nowhere else he goes. It smells of cigarettes and men and hair oil. Sometimes the smell of chips will climb the stairs along with a customer and when the door opens the waiting men lift their noses together. Black and white photographs of men with various out-of-fashion hairstyles hang above a picture rail at the end of the room, where two barber’s chairs are fixed to the floor. They are heavy, old-fashioned chairs with foot pumps that screams as Mr Samuels adjusts the height of the seat. In front of the chairs are deep sinks with a showerhead and long metal pipe attached to the taps, not that anyone seems to use them. Behind the sinks are mirrors and on either side of these, shelves overflowing with all types of plastic combs, shaving mugs, scissors, cut throat razors, hair brushes and, 10 bright red bottles of Brylcreem(男士 发油), piled neatly in a pyramid. At the back of the room sit the customers, silent for most of the time, except
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when Mr Samuels breaks off from cutting and smoke his cigarette, sending a stream of grey-blue smoke like the tail of kite twisting into the air. When it is David’s turn for a cut, Mr Samuels places a wooden board covered with a piece of red leather across the arms of the chair, so that the barber doesn’t have to bend to cut the boy’s hair. David scrambles up onto the bench. “Hey, young man, you’re shooting up, you won’t need this soon, you’ll be able to sit in the chair,” the barber says. “Wow,” says David, turning round to look at his dad, forgetting that he can see him through the mirror. “Dad, Mr Samuels said I could be sitting in the chair soon, not just on the board!” “So I hear,” his father replies, not looking up from the paper. “I expect Mr Samuels will start charging me more for your hair then.” “At least double the price,” said Mr Samuels, winking at David. Finally David’s dad looks up from his newspaper and glances into the mirror, seeing his son looking back at him. He smiles. “Wasn’t so long ago when I had to lift you onto that board because you couldn’t climb up there yourself,” he says. “They don’t stay young for long do they, kids”, Mr Samuels declares. All the men in the shop nod in agreement. David nods too. In the mirror he sees a little head sticking out of a long nylon cape. Occasionally he steals glances at the barber as he works. He smells a mixture of smelly sweat and aftershave as the barber moves around him, combing and cutting, combing and cutting. David feels like he is in another world, noiseless except for the sound of the barber’s shoes rubbing on the plastic carpet and the click of his scissors. In the reflection from the window he could see through the window, a few small clouds moved slowly through the frame, moving to the sound of the scissors’ click. Sleepily, his eyes dropping to the front of the cape where his hair falls softly as snow and he imagines sitting in the chair just like the men and older boys, the special bench left leaning against the wall in the corner. He thinks about the picture book of Bible stories his aunt gave him for Christmas, the one of Samson having his hair cut by Delilah. David wonders if his strength will go like Samson’s. When Mr Samuels has finished, David hops down from the seat, rubbing the itchy hair from his face. Looking down he sees his own thick, blonde hair mixed among the browns, greys and blacks of the men who have sat in the chair before him. For a moment he wants to reach down and gather up the broken blonde hair, to separate them from the others, but he does not have time. They reach the pavement outside the shop. “I tell you what, boy, let’s get some fish and chips to take home, save your mum from cooking tea,” says David’s dad and turns up the street. The youngster is excited and catches his dad’s hand. The thick-skinned fingers close gently around his and David is surprised to find, warming in his father’s palm, a handful of his own hair. 55. How old is David most probably age according to the context? A. 2 B. 4 C. 10 D. 17 56. Why does the author describe the barbershop detailedly in David’s eyes in Paragraph 3? A. Because David is not familiar with this place and tries to remember it. B. Because David develops great friendfish with the shop owner. C. Because the barbershop is a place that attracts him greatly. D. Because the barbershop is very traditional and David can see one nowhere else. 57. Saying “I expect Mr Samuels will start charging me more for your hair then”, David’s dad is ________. A. showing his proudness of his son’s growth B. complaining about the price of the haircut C. expressing his thanks to the shopowner’s kindness D. counting his expense on his son’s haircut 58. The underlined sentence sugests that David ________. A. looks down upon those old, grey-haired men B. feels extremely excited about becoming a bigger boy C. thinks blond hair is much more precious than other color D. is quite curious about his broken blonde hair 59. Which detail from the story best shows the deep love that father gives son?
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A. Dad runs after his son round the living room. B. Dad buys his son some fish and chips. C. Dad sees his son through the mirror. D. Dad holds some of his son’s hair in his palm. 60. What is the author’s tone of writing this passage? A. serious B. light-hearted C. critical

D. persuasive

第二节:下面文章中有 5 个段落需要添加首句(第 61---65 题) 。请从以下选项(A. B. C. D. E 和 F)中选出 适合各段落的首句。选项中有一项是多余选项。 A. People will accept defeat easily. B. Good sportsmanship (运动员精神) brings success. C. Good sportsmanship brings happiness. D. People can learn how to manage upsets. E. Good sportsmanship reminds you of rules. F. Good sportsmanship makes one responsible. Should Good Sportsmanship Be Taught in School? Almost everyone feels that it is important for young people to win fairly and show respect for others. Should good sportsmanship, then, be taught in school? The stronger argument, however, favors teaching good sportsmanship. Presented here are the most important benefits of teaching sportsmanship. 61.________ Having a positive attitude in activities like sports, class elections, and science fair competitions are important to success in school. Activities involving winning or losing can be tense. Acting calmly under pressure helps young adults succeed not only in sports but also in life. Good sportsmanship is not a given; it must be promoted in school. Young people must be directed to role models who practice sportsmanship. 62.________ A person cannot play by the rules if he or she does not understand what the rules are. Many arguments on the playing field could be avoided if athletes understood their responsibilities. This also applies to other activities. If students enter a science fair competition, for example, they must follow the instructions. Additionally, knowledge provides a competitive advantage. Those who understand the rules are much more likely to succeed. In school, for example, success is definitely stressed. When students learn sportsmanship, they discover how the rules related to achievement. 63.________ Using good sportsmanship helps people stay focused and in control. Almost everyone has overheard a heated argument between a player and a referee(裁判). Good players do not argue with other players, coaches, or officials. They deal with upsets calmly; consequently, they stay in control of their game. Good players focus on achieving. Uncontrolled anger can actually cause a person to make errors. This result is especially embarrassing. Additionally, people can be labeled if they act out their upsets. A good sport is known for his or her positive conduct. Teaching students the consequences of their actions is part of sportsmanship. 64.________ Good players become skilled at handling responsibility. When people accept responsibility, they achieve their best. Positive thinkers, moreover, influence others, especially those who are struggling with a problem. A gifted basketball player, for example, might teach skills to a less talented player. Helping others raises the performance of the entire team. The team, consequently, could reach new heights and set new records. Good sportsmanship, however, means “owning up” to mistakes as well. Those who do not practice sportsmanship pass off responsibility. For them, if an opportunity is lost, it is someone else’s fault. Imagine a team of players all acting in their own self-interest--- the opposite of what a team really should be. Students who participate in a team, whether a math small-group project or the school band, benefit by learning to accept responsibility and encourage others. 65.________ Sportsmanship allows people to enjoy victory to the fullest. If people win, but their accomplishments are based on cheating or other immoral behavior, are they really winners? Good players follow the rules. They feel proud even in defeat because their game is based on honesty and respect. Winners congratulate their opponents(对手) as part of recognizing the efforts of others. This friendly behavior spreads goodwill from their team to other teams. Players who show respect for fans, coaches, and other players receive respect in return. They are recognized as leaders. In learning sportsmanship, students explore role models of positive behavior. They learn what it takes to be a leader; they also learn to win and lose with grace(风度). 第Ⅱ卷(非选择题部分,满分 40 分)试题见答题卷
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嘉兴市第一中学 2013 学年第一学期期中考试


2013 年 11 月

满分[100 ]分 ,时间[120 ]分钟

第二节:任务型阅读(共 5 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 10 分) 61. ______ 62. ______ 63. ______ 64. ______ 65. ______

密 第三部分:写作 第一节 短文改错(共 10 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 10 分)

下面短文中共有 10 处错误,错误涉及每一个单词的增加、删除或或修改。 增加:在缺词处加一个漏词符号(^) ,并在此符号下面写出该加的词。 删除:把多余的词用斜线(\)划掉。

修改:在错的词下划一横线,并在该词下面写出修改后的词。 注意:1.每处错误及其修改均仅限一词; 2.只允许修改 10 处,多者(从第 11 处起)不计分。

密 封 线 内 不 要 答 题

Mr. Smith had neither wife nor children. liked nothing but drinking. almost spent all of his money He He drinks.Sometimes he went hungry, but he had to borrow some money to buy some food.One evening he met a friend of him in the street. man invited him to have dinner in a restaurant. was very happy that The He 线 he drank too much. friend stopped a taxi and ask the driver to take him home. His Soon they reached in the door of his house. driver drove away. Mr. The But Smith couldn't insert the key into the keyhole. Just then a policeman went up, offering to help him but he refused, saying "the house is circled now. you can keep it If moving, I can open the door myself.”

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第二节:书面表达(满分 30 分) 假设你现在正参加一场英语演讲比赛, 你抽到的演讲题目是 Smile for Life, and Every Day will be Sunshine, 请你就该话题展开演讲。你的演讲必须包含以下三个方面的内容: 1.你对此话的理解; 2. 用一个事例来支持你的理解; 3 .总结发言。
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注意:词数 120 左右。首尾已经给出,不计入总词数。

Ladies and Gentlemen, It’s my honor to give a speech here. My topic of speech is “Smile for Life, and Every Day will be Sunshine”. _____________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________ Thanks for your attention!


第二节:完形填空(共 20 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 20 分) 湖北武汉武昌区 (罹患失语症的日子里) 21—25: BCDBC 26—30 BCBCD 31—35DDABC 36—40 BABCD

范文; Ladies and Gentlemen, It’s my honour to give a speech here. My topic of speech is “Smile for Life, and Every Day will be Sunshine”. It conveys the message that positive attitude really counts in our life. Once we adopt a positive attitude towars life, we may overcome whatever difficulty there is in our way, realize our dreams and gain success. Here I share one of my experiences with you. With the College Entrance Examination drawing near, I was filled with great anxiety. Under great pressure, I couldn’t apply myself to study, resulting in failing an important examination. And you can guess, I got very frustrated. I remember clearly when I was in a bad mood, my headteacher, Miss Zhang, approached me and gave me a badge with a big smile on it and said, “In life we all have those moments when we can’t achieve what we want. It is natural. Don’t allow those moments to weaken you, but turn them into motivation and let them inspire you.” The badge she gave to me was a reminder which provided me with constant encouragement to smile for life. Consequently, I gained what I deserved in the next examination. As we can see in the story, it is an optimistic attitude that matters most of all. It gives you the confidence to confront tough difficulties and with smile , you can improve your result to achieve anything you want in life. Thanks for your attention!

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嘉兴市第一中学 2015 学年第一学期期中考试 高三英语满分[120]分 试题卷 2015 11 月 时间[120]分钟 本试卷分第 I 卷(选择题)和第 II 卷(非选择题)...

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