2013 年高考适应性考试 英 语
本试题卷分选择题和非选择题两部分。满分 120 分，考试时间 120 分钟。
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，并在答题卡上将该选 项标号涂黑。 1. — Let’s throw a surprise party for mom’s 50th birthday. —_______. We will invite several of her friends. A. That’s very kind of you B. No problem C. Forget it D. That’s a good idea 2. The driver was at _____ loss when ______ word got around that he was forbidden to drive for speeding. A. /; the B. a; the C. /; / D. a; /
3. My colleague Fred is an _________ supporter of Environmental Defense Fund and contributes to the organization annually. A. innocent B. enthusiastic C. aggressive D. emotional 4. Learning is made easier when teachers create an environment _______ children are given the opportunity to solve the problems on their own. A. that B. which C. where D. when 5. Many managers say it is getting harder and harder to ________ honest applicants from the growing number of dishonest ones. A. distinguish B. distribute C. discover D. dismiss 6. I feel sure that ________ ability and experience, you are suited to the position we have in mind. A. by means of B. in terms of C. on the basis of D. with respect to 7. Ross is the best coach in our mind. __________ he will be here longer, leading us to more championships. A. Interestingly B. Consequently C. Hopefully D. Surprisingly 8. Judging by the quality of the runners, I think this week’s 800-meter final could ________ a new Olympic record. A. equal B. break C. hold D. produce 9. — Can I have your business number? — You can call me, free of charge, ________ 88417790.
A. at B. by C. with D. for 10. The concert on the first night ________ pretty well and was greeted with very good reviews in the music press. A. came off B. came up C. came over D. came along 11. People were not allowed to enter the computer room because it _______. A. had been decorated C. was decorating B. was being decorated D. is being decorated
12. You must have visited the Empire State Building during your stay in New York last week, ________ you? A. mustn’t B. didn’t C. haven’t D. can’t 13. He fell into the sofa and turned on the TV, unaware of ________ being a snake lying near his feet. A. it B. one C. that D. there 14. Someone________ his car in front of my house and it is blocking my driveway. A. has parked B. is parking C. parked D. had parked 15. We’ve been through a bit of hardship, but happily things are beginning to _________again. A. break up B. pick up C. put up D. take up 16. Don’t be discouraged! _______, I think, and you will eventually settle the problem. A. Keeping up your spirits B. If you make constant efforts C. Having done your best D. A bit more effort 17. We’re considering students’ request _________the school cafeteria should provide more kinds of food. A. how B. what C. that D. whether 18. Misunderstanding ________ from lack of social communication, if not handled properly, may lead to serious problems. A. arises B. arising C. arisen D. having arisen 19. — Shall we go shopping now? — Sorry. It’s not the right ________. I’m too tired. A. topic B. issue C. moment D. occasion 20. —Yesterday, I read “Hamlet”. Such a fantastic book! —________. No one can match Shakespeare in artistic talent. A. You said it B. I can’t agree with you there C. You got it D. I wouldn’t say that 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，并在答题卡上将该选项标号涂黑。 I have always wanted to share this story because it is one of the things that I will remember for my entire life. And I’m sure 21 person feels the same. We had a new teacher in my high school World History class. She was very nice and excited
to see us. She told a story about her 22 fighting in a war and brought a picture of him. After about three 23 of her talking, the class started talking softly to each other 24 they were getting bored. Looking 25 , she asked “So, you guys don’t really want to hear any more?” No one dared to actually say “no” to her out loud 26 one kid. He said, “No, not really!” in a disrespectful way. Some kids were a little 27 and thought that it was rather rude. I felt extremely bad for this teacher. No one deserves to be 28 in such a disrespectful manner. 29 , a little before class let out, I went up to her and 30 for the guy’s rude behavior. I told her I had been 31 , and even though I may not entirely like 32 , I did appreciate her sharing her story. I asked her 33 about her father and asked to see the picture of him. We had a very nice, genuine conversation about her father. The teacher was 34 . She really appreciated me coming up and actually treating her with the 35 that she deserved. I felt at full peace with myself knowing that I did the right thing and I was super happy that I actually 36 . Even though I didn’t really care for history, I 37 listened, and I hope that others in different situations will do the same. Listening means a lot to the people sharing; it really 38 . If I had just left the class without saying a word, I would have felt extremely 39 and would have a constant reminder, probably to this day, that 40 was not served and I had left a person in their time of need. 21. A. neither B. no C. a certain D. the other 22. A. father B. nephew C. uncle D. brother 23. A. hours B. minutes C. seconds D. days 24. A. even if B. as if C. because D. so 25. A. hurt B. funny C. proud D. amused 26. A. besides B. except C. as well as D. along with 27. A. interested B. excited C. disappointed D. shocked 28. A. treated B. considered C. scolded D. taught 29. A. Therefore B. However C. Personally D. Naturally 30. A. thanked B. prepared C. apologized D. argued 31. A. talking B. listening C. laughing D. wondering 32. A. geography B. literature C. architecture D. history 33. A. nothing B. little C. less D. more 34. A. amazed B. touched C. embarrassed D. bored 35. A. gift B. reward C. respect D. praise 36. A. made her day B. made my day C. made her way D. made my way 37. A. ever B. even C. still D. seldom 38. A. means B. makes C. is D. does 39. A. happy B. guilty C. lucky D. empty 40. A. justice B. right C. purpose D. interest 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：阅读下列短文，从每题所给的四个选项（A、B、C 和 D）中，选出最佳选项，并在 答题卡上将该选项标号涂黑。 A I watched from a distance as the homeless man quarreled with those who did not leave money for him – the majority.
I walked up to him and right on queue he asked me for a quarter. ―I’ll give you a quarter if you tell me your story.‖ He laughed, ―You’ll give me a quarter for my story?‖ I lay the quarter in front of him and corrected myself – ―Nah, here’s the quarter but it would be nice to hear your story.‖ I followed his eyes to the quarter and for a brief moment I saw a glimmer of reflection. I sat down next to him and waited. ―I was in the army,‖ he said. ―I was a sniper(狙击手)and was supposed to shoot down the enemy from the distance.‖ I listened carefully to his grizzly voice as he went deeper into the story. He wore dirty old torn clothes and smelled like a dead rat left in a mouse trap. He told me how he used to hunt with his family and was really good at it. He had his own way of respecting animals by not wasting what he killed for food and not killing more than he needed. When the army came knocking on his door, he felt pride and joined up. All those years of polishing his hunting skills could now serve a larger purpose—to defend us from the bad guys. He set out to fight in Iraq. It wasn’t long before he realized his ideals and expectations were just a shadow of the truth. He became disillusioned with the killings, which he felt were of innocent people. ―I was a sniper but I never really killed anyone,‖ he said. ―One day I had to do it. They asked me to shoot this lady from the distance. I saw kids near that lady and my hands were on the trigger (扳机). Man, I was tearing up ... I couldn’t do it. She wasn’t doing anything to anyone and she was with the kids—I couldn’t see through my tears. It just didn’t make any sense to me.‖ The story goes on as he describes eventually being put into prison for 180 days for refusing to follow orders. He told me how he was black listed so that he couldn’t get a job. All the rights we take for granted were taken away from him. Why? Here was a man who was being punished—and for what? For refusing to kill the lady? For being a hero? ―I have no regrets,‖ the homeless man said. ―I may be homeless now, but I never killed that lady. I never killed anyone in the army. It didn’t feel right. I didn’t go there to do that. I went there to save people.‖ He continued, ―I can live with being homeless—that’s okay. But I wouldn’t be able to live with killing innocent people.‖ On that lonely Friday night, I met a hero. It just never occurred to me that a hero could be a smelly old man left on streets. 41. It can be learned from the passage that the homeless man_______. A. never killed animals B. had a strong respect for life C. deserved the punishment he received D. felt guilty about disobeying the order 42. The underlined word ―disillusioned‖ (Paragraph 4) is closest in meaning to _______. A. disappointed B. frightened C. delighted D. admired
43. The most disappointing for the man was probably that _________. A. he couldn’t get a job to support himself B. he couldn’t go back to fight for his country C. he received orders to kill an innocent person D. he got little money from the people in the street 44. How did the man feel when he was reduced to a beggar? A. hopeless B. regretless C. greedy D. sympathetic
45. What does the passage mainly talk about? A. A beggar who often came into conflict with others B. A poor man who earned money by telling stories C. A true hero who begged for a living on streets D. A homeless man who helped the poor men B Below is a page from photography-contests（比赛）.wonderhowto.com Enter your kid’s photo today and win! We’re giving away 52 weekly $250 prizes from Readers’ Choice votes. PLUS our editors will select one entry to win our grand prize of $7,000. Kid of the Year Photo Contest Type: Digital, Theme Theme: Kid of the Year Categories: Theme Deadline: Final submission deadline: January 21, 2013 9:00 p.m. Weekly submission deadline: Weekends on Saturdays, 9:00 p.m., opens for the following week on Saturday at 9:01 p.m. Weekly Community Voting Period: Opens on Mondays, 12:00 a. m., closes on Sundays, 11:59 p.m. for previous week’s entries. See the rules page for exact dates and times of submission and voting periods/deadlines for this 52-week contest. Eligibility (资格): USA, non-professional. One entry per household, per eligible child, per week. One weekly prize per child. For entries of more than one eligible child in the household, the entry process must be completed separately for each child. No group entries. Entries will not be acknowledged or returned. Share My Entry: Visit http://www.parents.com/photos/photo-contests-1/kid-of-the-year/and click the button to enter. Then complete the registration form and follow the instructions to upload one album of up to six photos of your child age three months to eight years. Photos must be taken by entrant(参赛者), non-professional, unpublished or may not have won any prize or
award. Photos must be .jpeg or .bmp image formats (格式) and cannot be bigger than 3 MB. Facebook Entry: Visit Facebook.com/ParentsMagazine and click the Kid of 2013 tab. Fill out the registration form and upload one album of up to six photos of your child age three months to eight years. You may provide one description and one album title that will be applied to all photos. Photos must be taken by entrant, non-professional, unpublished or may not have won any prize or award. Photos must be .jpeg or .bmp image formats and cannot be bigger than 3 MB. This promotion is in no way sponsored, supported or run by, or associated with Facebook. You are providing your information to Parents Magazine and not to Facebook. The information you provide will only be used to run the promotion and register for Parents.com. Photos must not contain material that infringes (侵犯) the rights of another, including but not limited to privacy, publicity or intellectual property rights, or that constitutes copyright infringement. Photos must not contain brand names or trademarks. Entry Fee: None, free Prizes: Fifty-two (52) $250 checks (one weekly for 52 weeks) - Reader’s Choice winners. One (1) $7,000.00 check to the editorially-chosen winner at the contest end. Electronic Submission: Yes, on the Parents website and Parents Facebook site. Description: Does your child have the qualities of Parents Kid of the Year? Enter eligible photos of your child with the characteristics of a Parents Magazine kid for a chance to win $7000 or 52 weekly chances to win $250. The weekly winners are determined by community vote so tell all your family and friends. The editorially-chosen winner will be selected from all entries by qualified judges. Reader’s Choice weekly winners will have no relation with the selection of the editorial-chosen winner. All entries, regardless if they are a Reader’s Choice weekly winner or not, will have equal chance to be selected as the editorial-chosen winner. Additional Info: This contest is sponsored by Meredith Corporation, publisher of Parents magazine and other lifestyle magazines. Personal note: Parents conduct many unique photo contests throughout the year—more than I ever realized and many are multi-week contests, some with weekly prizes leading up to final grand prizes. Having discovered this recently, I will begin checking the site more often to edit the contest details and post the listings before the weekly part of the contests begin. Link: Rules: http://www.parents.com/parents/file.jsp?item=/photoContest/kid_of_the_year_rules Parents site entry: http://www.parents.com/photos/photo-contests-1/kid-of-the-year/ Parents Facebook site entry: http://Facebook.com/ParentsMagazine 46. We can learn from the passage that _________. A. you should buy something first before you enter the contest B. your entry will not be returned even if you don’t win the contest C. you should send your entry before 9:00 a.m. on January 21, 2013 D. the editors of the contest will decide who will be Reader’s Choice winners 47. Linda, a mother with seven-year-old twins, wants to enter the contest. She must _________. A. provide a description and an album title for the kid’s photos B. go to Meredith Corporation to fill out the registration forms C. complete the entry process separately for each of her kids D. provide the information to Facebook if she chooses Facebook Entry 48. To enter the contest, photos must __________. A. have won some prize or award B. be taken by non-professional entrants
C. contain brand names or trademarks D. contain parents’ personal information 49. Which statement about the editorial-chosen prize is true? A. A Parents Magazine kid is an editorial-chosen winner. B. The editorial-chosen winners are chosen by Community Voting. C. To win the editorial-chosen, one must first win Reader’s Choice prize. D. Some multi-week contest winners lead up to the editorial-chosen prizes. 50. The purpose of the passage is __________. A. to advertise the website Facebook. com B. to attract photographers’ interest in a photo contest C. to introduce two methods of entering a photo contest D. to encourage parents with children to enter a photo contest C Researchers find that emotions play a central role in all thinking and behavior, including moral behavior. If we are asked whether we’d steal, most of us would say no. Would we try to save a drowning person? That depends—perhaps on our fear of big waves or deep water. Much research has explored the ways we make moral decisions. But, when the opportunity arises to do good or bad, how well do our predictions match up with the actions we actually take? A study by Rimma Teper, Michael Inzlicht, and Elizabeth Page-Gould of the University of Toronto Scarborough tested the difference between moral forecasting and moral action—and the reasons behind any mismatch. Published in Psychological Science, a journal of the Association of Psychological Science, the findings look encouraging: Participants acted more morally than they would have predicted. But in case we get too emotional about that result, leading author and psychology PhD candidate Teper also offers this: ―There has been other work that has shown the opposite effect—that people are acting less morally‖ than they forecast. What’s the missing link between moral reasoning and moral action? Emotion. Emotions—fear, guilt, love—play a central role in all thinking and behavior, including moral behavior. But when people are considering how they’ll act, ―they don’t have a good grasp of the level of the emotions they will feel‖ in that case, says Teper, so they misjudge what they’ll do. For this study, three groups of students were given a maths test of 15 questions. One group was told that a glitch (小故障) in the software would cause the correct answer to show on the screen if they hit the space bar—but only they would know they’d hit it. This group took the test; a $5 reward was promised for 10 or more right answers. Another group was given a description of this moral dilemma, and was then asked to predict whether or not they would cheat for each question. The third group just took the test without the opportunity to cheat. During the trial, electrodes (电极) measured the strength of participants’ blood pressure, their heart and breathing rates, and the sweat in their palms—all of which increase with strengthened emotion. Not surprisingly, those facing the real dilemma were most emotional. Their emotions drove them to do the right thing and keep them from cheating.
The students who were asked only to predict their actions felt calmer—and said they’d cheat more than the test-takers actually did. Students who took the test with no opportunity to cheat were calmer as well, suggesting the emotions that the students in the first group were feeling was unique to the moral dilemma. But emotions conflict, and that figures in decision making too. ―If the rewards were higher—say, $100—the emotions associated with that potential gain might defeat the nervousness or fear associated with cheating,‖ says Teper. In future research, ―we might try to turn this effect around‖ and see how emotion leads people to act less morally than they forecast. ―This time, we got a rosy picture of human nature,‖ co-author Michael Inzlicht comments. ―But the important finding is that emotions are what drive you to do the right thing or the wrong thing.‖ 51. Why did the team of scientists carry out the study mentioned in the passage? A. To prove that more people are willing to save a drowning person B. To test whether people will behave morally when faced with danger C. To explore the match between moral action and prediction and reasons behind D. To describe different behavior of three groups of students in the experiment 52. According to Paragraph 4, why do people wrongly predict their action? A. Because they don’t know they will feel fearful and guilty then. B. Because they fail to understand fully their emotion level then. C. Because they are under great stress when predicting their action. D. Because they ignore that thinking and behavior are totally different. 53. Which of the following statements about the study is true according to the passage? A. If students got 10 or more questions right by cheating, they would not get a reward. B. The second group, as a matter of fact, cheated more than they themselves predicted. C. The third group were unsatisfied that they were not allowed to cheat in the test. D. The first group experienced the highest level of emotions in the moral dilemma. 54. What is the most valuable discovery of the study? A. Emotions are the key to whether human behavior will be morally right or wrong. B. People should never be told that they are allowed to cheat in examinations. C. If rewards are not great, people are more likely to do morally right things. D. Future research by this team will only further confirm the findings they have found. 55. The writer’s purpose for writing this article is to________ A. advocate emotions conflict management. B. complain about the moral problems in stealing. C. teach people different methods for treating emotions. D. inform us of a study on how emotions affect moral decisions. D When our son, Alex, was young, he hated to travel. We suffered through a temper in London, Paris, Brussels and Naples and his refusals to visit one more museum, even if it was the Louvre. We handled a child who hated eating mussels in Brussels and onion soup in Paris and who insisted he would like nothing more than ordering room service at the hotel and watching TV. At those moments, my husband and I found ourselves wishing that we had left our son home with a
relative or wondering if we should rearrange our traveling until he was in college. Loving to travel and eager to share a broader worldview with our son, we knew we had to find a way to make traveling more enjoyable. Over the years, we have come up with several hard-earned but reliable ways to help kids go on long-distance trips. First, we recognize that some children have trouble adjusting to new environments, food, time zones, and schedules. These children stick to their routines(常规) and favorite food. So, in advance of a trip to England, we gave our son a taste of the new culture by making shepherd’s pie for supper. He loved the mashed potatoes, brown gravy, and savory chopped meat. For Paris, I made quiche. For Italy, we tasted homemade pesto served over spaghetti. Then, when we traveled to these places, he ate these foods, and they seemed like a taste of home. In addition to food, we always read about the culture beforehand by books and renting movies from the countries we will be visiting. For Italy, the book “Italian Folktales” by Italo Calvino and the films “Cinema Paradiso” and “II Postino” gave our son a glance of the Italian way of life. Before we leave home, we also ask Alex to go through tour books and pick out activities that appeal to him. He was excited about visiting the London Dungeon and the Imperial War Museum, and taking a ride on the London Eye. They turned out to be big hits. In Paris, a visit to the top of the Eiffel Tower and touring down the Seine on a boat were obvious choices, but we also discovered the roller coaster in Le Jardin du Carrousel and climbing to the top of L’Arc de Triomphe, where we overlooked at the traffic on the Champs-?lysées. He also chose to visit Les ?gouts, the sewers (下水道) of Paris. Wandering through dark sewage pipes like Jean Valjean was not my idea of having a good time in the City of Light, but Victor Hugo also wrote, “Paris has beneath it another Paris; a Paris of sewers, which has its streets, its crossroads, its squares...” He was right. After an hour of touring this underground wonder, we walked away with a greater appreciation for the cleanliness, complex, and efficiency of French engineering. Because Alex’s preferences were given equal attention, he was more patient with his parents’ selections, such as visiting Chartres Cathedral, the Van Gogh Museum, and L’Accademia. We’ve also learned the hard way that dragging our son out of bed early in the morning guarantees that he will be grumpy all day. Now that he is a teenager, we let him sleep in while we drink coffee at a cafe, work out at the hotel gym, or take a long walk. We have even managed to have a quick trip to a museum and returned just as he was ready for a late breakfast. This makes our time together much more enjoyable. After years of traveling with our son, the good news is that now he loves traveling as much as we do. He even talks about living in Europe someday and is planning road trips with friends to taste new food and cultures. 56. When it comes to traveling with kids, the author advises parents to _______. A. cook children’s favorite food B. allow their kids a ride on the London Eye C. rearrange traveling until the kids are in college D. take children’s interest and preferences into account 57. It can be learned from the passage that Alex _______. A. took great delight in the one-hour tour to the sewers in Paris B. will surely live in Europe to have a taste of different cultures C. develops his interest in traveling mainly by reading guide books
D. was always left with his relatives while his parents took trips abroad 58. Cinema Paradiso and II Postino in Paragraph 4 are mentioned as _______. A. particular desires of children B. highly appreciated films for tourists C. comfortable activities children could pick out D. an approach to interest potential visitors 59. The underlined word “grumpy” (Paragraph 7) is closest in meaning to _______. A. bad-tempered B. happy C. energetic D. nervous 60. Which of the following is the best title for the passage? A. Kids and Parents B. How to Motivate Kids to Travel C. Whether You Go or Not D. Joys of Traveling 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. Be quiet B. Listen for bird calls C. Count your local birds D. Use hides where possible E. Support local bird conservation F. Record and share your bird observations Although birdwatching is a hobby, something that is done for enjoyment, there are many ways to become a better birdwatcher in terms of finding birds, recording birds, being more sympathetic to birds needs and contributing to bird conservation. I have been birdwatching for over 30 years now and have been a "professional" birder since 2008 but I would not claim to know everything, I hope that I can pass on a few tips and tricks that I have learned to other birdwatchers.http://www.ks5u.com/ - # 61. ________ Some birds are easily noticed or seen. Many other species, however, are more easily located by their songs and others can really only be identified by song. Learning bird songs not only makes finding and identifying birds easier, it also allows birdwatchers to learn more about bird behavior. Furthermore, many species can be enjoyed for their songs and ignorance of them can limit birdwatchers’ enjoyment. Skylarks singing in the summer are one of my favorites and Drongos mimicking sounds such as car alarms are superb. 62. ________ BirdLife International is a global Partnership of conservation organizations that takes efforts to protect birds and their habitats, working with people in the use of natural resources. By joining your national Birdlife International partner you will be supporting bird conservation projects near your home. Projects range from directly conserving habitats for birds to increasing awareness of conservation issues among local peoples. A list of global Birdlife International partners can be found here: Birdlife International partners. Join The RSPB; The Royal Society for the Protection of Birds is one of the world’s most
effective conservation bodies. 63. ________ To help birders discover more about the species, one can either take part in surveys organized by various conservation bodies or start some self-supported surveys. Taking part in organized surveys is a good way to help provide data that can be used in conservation planning and also in making birding contacts. The RSPB have an annual garden birdwatch survey that people are encouraged to help with. Self-supported surveys can give birders a real insight into their survey area/species and can encourage others’ interest and research into the area. Surveys can be as simple as recording the numbers of birds that daily come into a garden. A survey like this might well reveal locally or nationally important numbers of a species in the area. Take a look at some surveying I have done in Thailand to see what I mean: Waterbird Counts at Muang Boran Fishponds. 64. ________ Keeping a birding blog is really only like a digital version of the more traditional notes that many birders would write after a trip. The advantage of a blog is that it is available for others to see and can serve as a source of encouragement to others, a place for people to share their knowledge and somewhere for birders to spread conservation messages. By keeping a birding blog it is remarkable how quickly one is able to become an authority figure in the field. For those of you who still have doubts about blogging your bird sightings and thoughts about birds, take a look at my birding blog. It’s not perfect but keeping it has certainly increased my interest, enthusiasm and observational and recording skills. 65. ________ I frequently take people birdwatching in tropical forests and it is amazing how much noise even experienced birders can make; to see many species of ground dwelling birds one MUST walk as quietly as possible. Although it can be difficult to walk quietly on a forest floor littered with leaves, clinging vines, spiky thorns and fallen logs, one can learn to minimize the noise in all possible ways. ? One piece of information that will seem contrary to what most people have been taught: that is to wear trainers/sneakers rather than boots. Although boots give more protection, they also restrict movement and result in a rather noisy, crashing footfall, whereas trainers/sneakers give your foot the suppleness to walk quietly.
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（∧） ，并在该漏字符号下写上该加的词。 删除：把多余的词用斜线（ \ ）划掉。 修改：在错的词下划一横线，并在该横线下写上修改后的词。 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。
例如: It was very nice to get your invitation to spend ∧ weekend with you. Luckily I was the am completely free then, so I’ll to say “yes”. I’ll arrive in Bristol at around 8 p.m. in Friday evening. on In the morning of last Wednesday, I went to school as usually. I was walking along the road while I saw a street well uncovering. I thought it was very dangerous for passers-by, so I decided to cover it. It seemed to be hard. However, the cover was such heavy that it was very difficult for me to move it. In the end I managed to cover the well. Just as I was about to leave away, I heard a cry for help coming from the well. So I try my best to move the cover away. To my surprise, the worker was inside the well. I said sorry to him as he got out the well.
第二节:书面表达(满分 30 分) 假如你是即将毕业的高三学生李华， 应邀为校报写一篇英语短文， 谈谈你对高三生活的看法， 以激励高一高二的学生。要点如下： (1)说说你对高三生活的感受（二至三点）； (2)对学弟、学妹提一些生活或学习方面的建议。 注意： (1)文中不得透露你学校的真实信息。 (2)可适当加入细节，以使行文连贯; (3)词数：100-120 词左右 (开头已给出，不计入总词数) 。
I am Li Hua, a student who will graduate from our school soon. Now I have much to share with my fellow students.
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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） 1-2 DDBCA 6-10 BCDAA 11-15 BBDAB 16-20 DCBCA 第二节：完形填空（共 20 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 20 分） 21-25 DABCA 26-30 BDAAC 31-35 BDDBC 36-40 ACDBA 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） 41-45 BACBC 46-50 BCBDD 51-55 CBDAD 56-60 DADAB 61-65 BECFA 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） On the morning of last Wednesday, I went to school as usually. I was walking along the roads usual road when I saw a street well uncovering. I thought it was very dangerous for passers-by, but I decided uncovered so/and to cover it. It seemed to be hard. However, the cover was so heavy that it was very difficult easy for me to move∧. In the end I managed to cover the well. Just as I was about to leave, I heard of it a cry for help coming from the well. So I try my best to move the cover away. To my surprise, the tried a worker was inside the well. I said sorry to him as he got out of the well. I thought he was doing I a kind job, but this time it wasn’t necessary. 第二节:书面表达(满分 30 分)
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