湖北省黄冈中学 2008 年春季高二英语期中考试试题
本试卷满分 150 分。考试用时 120 分钟。 命题人：蔡 新 朱 珉 王 珊
第一卷 （共三部分，满分 125 分）
第一部分：听力（共两节，满分 30 分） 第一节（共 5 小题，每小题 1.5 分，满分 7.5 分） 听下面 5 段对话，每段对话后有一个小题，从题中所给的 A、B、C 三个选项中选出最 佳选项，并标在试卷的相应位置。听完每段对话后，你都有 10 秒钟的时间来回答有关小题 和阅读下一小题。每段对话仅读一遍。 1．Where does this conversation take place? A. In a hospital. B. In a friend?s house. C. In the man?s house. 2．Why is Tony crying? A. He can?t get up. B. He lost his pet bird. C. He lost his favourite toy. 3．What do we know about the man? A. He is too busy to go there. B. He plans to go there very soon. C. He wants to go somewhere else. 4．Who is the man? A. A boss. B. A doctor. C. An employee. 5．How many American soldiers have been killed in wars? A. 320, 000. B. 400, 000. C. 2, 000, 000. 第二节（共 15 小题，每小题 1.5 分，满分 22.5 分） 听下面 5 段对话或独白。每段对话或独白后有几个小题，从题中所给的 A、B、C 三个 选项中选出最佳选项。听每段对话或独白前，你将有时间阅读每个小题，听完后，每小题将 给出 5 秒钟的作答时间，每段对话或独白读两遍。 听下面一段材料，回答第 6 和第 7 题。 6．What is the man? A. A guide. B. A houseman. C. A police officer. 7．What happened to the woman? A. Her leg was broken. B. Her money was stolen. C. Her briefcase was gone. 听下面一段材料，回答第 8 至第 10 题。 8．What is the probable relationship between the speakers? A. Workmates. B. Boss and secretary. C. Manager and job hunter. 9．Why did the woman fail to get the job according to the man? A. She is a woman. B. She is improperly dressed. C. She is not fit for the position. 10．What can we learn from the conversation?
A. Carl Drexler is a good manager. B. The man thinks the woman is too proud. C. The woman thinks ability is the most important. 听下面一段材料，回答第 11 至第 13 题。 11．Where are the two speakers? A. In a concert hall. museum. 12．What does the man like best in this place? A. The lights. A. They are having a good time. C. They?re uninterested in upper-class life. 听下面一段材料，回答第 14 至第 16 题。 14．What are the speakers generally talking about? A. Generation gap in families. C. Economic independence from parents. 15．What might the woman?s parents treat her as? A. A child. A. They feel no love for him. C. They are easy to get along with. 听下面一段材料，回答第 17 至第 20 题。 17．Where is the speaker giving the talk? A. On a hill. B. In a forest. C. Beside a lake. B. To persuade the listeners to go on a tour. 18．What is the main purpose of the talk? A. To describe some plants and animals. C. To make the listeners familiar with the area. 19．What can the listeners do at Summit Lake? A. Rest and take photos. C. Cook lunch over a campfire. 20．What would be part of the trip? A. Climbing up rocks. field. 第二部分：英语语言知识运用（共三节，满分 55 分） 第一节：多项选择（共 10 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 10 分） 从 A、B、C、D 四个选项中，选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项，并在答题卡上将该项 涂黑。 21．If Tim carries on working like this, he?ll ________ sooner or later. A. break up B. break down C. get down D. cool off 22．Life in the oceans appears in different sizes, ________ from the tinest fish all the way up to B. Fishing in a stream. C. Walking through a B. Go boating or swimming. B. A student. C. A grown-up. B. They control him too much. 16．What does the man think of his parents? B. Respect and love for parents. B. The paintings. C. The colours. 13．What do we know about the two speakers? B. They wish to become rich soon. B. In an ancient palace. C. In a modern
the biggest blue whales. A. increasing B. ranging C. decreasing D. defining 23．A total of 106 Misses from over 100 countries and regions ________ in Beijing to take part in the production of a music recording and video for an English Olympic song. A. guaranteed ________ environment. A. peaceful and equality. A. called for A. influence B. called on B. effect C. called in C. sense D. called off D. point 26．Why do you think the medicine has no side ________ on him? 27． When you make a decision to buy something, you must remember that a good name of product doesn?t ________ mean good quality of it. A. brilliantly A. wanted the cinema. A. appreciated A. Seasoned B. enjoyed B. Remained C. seized C. Attempted D. won D. Admitted 30．________ travelers have learnt what they must bring and what they can leave at home. B. physically B. ordered C. necessarily C. demanded D. responsibly D. asked 28．The public ________ the robber referred to be put in prison immediately. 29． film “A World Without Thieves” ________ a great success and brought in a large profit to The B. sensitive C. common D. stable 25．He ________ all people with a sense of justice to be united in the peaceful struggle for justice B. chatted C. gathered D. hesitated 24． Water can absorb and give off a lot of heat without big changes in temperature, thus creating a
第二节：完成句子（共 10 小题；每小题 1.5 分，满分 15 分） 阅读下列各小题，根据括号内的汉语提示，用句末括号内的英语单词完成句子，并将答 案写在答题卡上的相应题号后。 31．Many of the great achievements __________________________________ (有可能诞生) in north eastern Beijing. (likely) 32．__________________________________ (是谁) that was arrested for hitting a white man? (who) 33． Visitors __________________________________ (厌倦) the sand and the sun can cool off in one of the many cafés, shops and restaurants on Copacabana?s main avenue. (get) 34．__________________________________ (被认为是一本有价值的书), the Travel Notes of Xu Xiake has been much studied by people of later times. (rate) 35．Harry keeps fit by __________________________________ (健身) at the gym for half an hour every morning. (work) 36 ． The reason why the American Civil War broke out was __________________________________ (是否废除奴隶制). (abolish) 37．__________________________________ (不懂很多英语), I found it hard to understand her. (know)
38． The festival, __________________________________ (作为……而出名) Carnival, is one of the world?s most famous and attracts visitors from all over the world. (as) 39．I consider it a great honor __________________________________ (被邀请参加晚宴). (invite) 40 ． Located just south of Yunnan and Guangxi, Vietnam is __________________________________ (很容易到达) and offers exciting adventures at a reasonable price. (within) 第三节：完形填空（共 20 小题；每小题 1.5 分，满分 30 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。 In history, a real cowboy was a simple farm worker on horseback. He spent a long time a day outdoors working with cows. The work was dirty, tiring and not very well paid. People in the western states had to eastern 42 . But someone had to 45 47 was the job of a cowboy. Sometimes the it could take as were driven as not to lose 49 51 41 43 44 cattle at low cost and send them by railway to the the cattle and get them to the nearest railroad. This was more than a thousand kilometers away and 46 50 was long but the cattle their job of moving cattle 52 to
as six months to move the cattle. The men. A good horse
48 . Then they could be sold at a good price. cows and knew how to control them. At night, he 53
Most cowboys were young, much easier. A good cowboy the cows to keep them calm.
In the late 1800s, America was changing from a nation of farm to one of The cowboy seemed Today, the job is not so hard companies. 41．A. get 42．A. markets 43．A. deal with 44．A. road 45．A. good 46．A. journey 47．A. hurriedly 48．A. mind 49．A. unmarried 50．A. had 51．A. recognized 52．A. whispered 53．A. towns 54．A. free 60 55 57 54 of cowboys has 56
compared with other Americans doing ordinary jobs. greatly. One change is the use of trucks. The 58 now. They are 59 to it used to be. And cowboys are better
be married. Some of them are farmers or teachers or truck drivers. Some work for big at night and on weekends, they become cowboys. These part- time cowboys B. buy B. countries B. find out B. railroad B. much B. trip B. smoothly B. direction B. proud B. made B. understood B. shouted B. factories B. brave C. sell C. cities C. look after C. state C. long C. tour C. slowly C. head C. strong C. found C. owned C. cried C. companies C. easy D. raise D. stories D. pay off D. farm D. far D. travel D. carefully D. weight D. educated D. helped D. kept D. sang D. villages D. pleased increase the total production of meat, keeping the beef price low.
55．A. manner 56．A. changed 57．A. that 58．A. known 59．A. afraid 60．A. Because
B. job B. developed B. as B. paid B. eager B. And
C. life C. improved C. which C. treated C. worried C. When
D. mind D. realized D. what D. dressed D. likely D. But
第三部分：阅读理解（共 20 小题；每小题 2 分，满分 40 分） 阅读下列短文，从每篇短文后所给各题的四个选项（A、B、C 和 D）中，选出最佳选 项，并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 A Below is a web page from Google. Olympic—Modern Olympic Games The complete results archive of summer and winter Olympic games, with winners lists, statistics, national anthems and flags of all countries since 1896. www. olympic. it/english/home-16k Environment Beijing steel plants to run at the lowest level of cost during 2008 Olympics [2007-03-11] Beijing able to treat 90 pct of waste water [2007-02-05] ?Air quality in Beijing has improved over the past six years [2007-02-01]?Green Olympics dream coming true … en. Beijing 2008.com/80/67/column 21171675.shtml-52k Beijing announces planned route of Olympic torch relay Beijing announced the 2008 Olympic Games torch relay route and set off the Olympic Games torch on Thursday. … Green Olympics is one of the three concepts of the Beijing Games, … english.china.com/zh_cn/news/sports/110592227/14069663.html-26k Environmental Symbol of Beijing Olympics —‘Green Olympics’ Environmental Symbol of Beijing Olympics —?Green Olympics?, officially announced on Saturday, 24 September 2005. The symbol, created using a calligraphic art form, is composed of human and tree-like shapes, … my.opera.com/green_head/blog/show.dml/92155-18k Green Olympics Forum In Beijing 2004 On behalf of BOCOG, Wang Wei, executive vice president of BOCOG, gave a presentation about Green Olympics, introduced the environment protection work of BMG and BOCOG, and answered several questions such as protection of cultural relics … en.beijing 2008.com/84/91/article 21192919.shtml-36k Olympic Games Quizzes and Olympic Games Trivia Who was the founder of the Modern Olympics? In which cities were the modern Olympic Games due to be held/ scheduled during the ?war years?, i.e., 1916, 1940, and 1944? … In which three years of the Modern Olympic Games were … More questions … www. funtrivia.com/quizzes/sports/olympic_games.html-12k
OFFICIAL WEBSITE OF THE OLYMPIC MOVEMENT … aimed at young researchers engaged in scholarly research on the Olympic Movement, its history and values, and the impact of the …[ Full story] SPORT ACCORD[2005-01-23]… www.olympic.org/ Ancient Olympic Heritage and Modern Olympic Games in Athens 2004 As put forward in the various official texts, the Olympic symbols of ancient Olympia, the Olympic flame and the Marathon race are bridges between the ancient and the modern Olympic Games, … www.c2008.org/rendanews/knowledge_detail.asp? id=911-106k 61．When was the environmental symbol of Beijing Olympics made public? A. On January 23, 2005. C. On February 5, 2007. A. Environment B. Green Olympics Forum In Beijing 2004 C. Olympic Games Quizzes and Olympic Games Trivia D. OFFICIAL WEBSITE OF THE OLYMPIC MOVEMENT 63．Which website provides a complete list of the winners in the Olympic Games? A. Olympic—Modern Olympic Games B. Green Olympics Forum In Beijing 2004 C. Environmental Symbol of Beijing Olympics —?Green Olympics? D. Ancient Olympic Heritage and Modern Olympic Games in Athens 2004 64．What do we learn from the above web page? A. Beijing has made efforts to improve its air quality. B. The Olympic torch relay route has not been planned. C. The Olympic flag will be on display in Athens. D. A quiz on the Olympics will be held in Beijing. B When former American President Bill Clinton traveled to South Korea to visit President Kim Young Sam, he repeatedly referred to the Korean president?s wife as Mrs. Kim. By mistake, President Clinton?s advisers thought that Koreans have the same naming customs as the Japanese. Clinton had not been told that, in Korea, wives keep their family names. President Kim Young Sam?s wife was named Sohn Myong Suk. Therefore, she should be addressed (称谓) as Mrs. Sohn. President Clinton arrived in Korea directly after leaving Japan and had not changed his culture gears. His failure to follow Korean customs gave the impression that Korea was not as important to him as Japan. In addition to Koreans, Some Asian husbands and wives do not share the same family names. This practice often puzzles English-speaking teachers when talking with a pupil?s parents. They B. On September 24, 2005. D. On March 11, 2007.
62． Which of the following websites is designed for young researchers interested in the Olympics?
become puzzled about the student?s correct last name. Placing the family name first is common among a number of Asian cultures. Mexican naming customs are different as well. When a woman marries, she keeps her family name and adds her husband?s name after the word de (of). This affects how they fill in forms in the United States. When requested to fill in a middle name, they generally write the father?s family name. But Mexicans are addressed by the family name of the mother. This often causes puzzlement. Here are a few ways to deal with such difficult situations: don?t always think that a married woman uses her husband?s last name. Remember that in many Asian cultures, the order of first and last names is reversed (颠倒). Ask which name a person would prefer to use. If the name is difficult to pronounce, admit it, and ask the person to help you say it correctly. 65．The story of Bill Clinton is used to _________. A. improve US-Korean relations C. describe his visit to Korea B. introduce the topic of the text D. tell us how to address a person
66．The word “gears” in paragraph 2 is closest in meaning to _________. A. action plans C. travel maps B. naming customs D. thinking patterns B. uses her husband?s given name D. adds her husband?s given name to hers B. use her husband?s first name D. change the order of her names
67．When a woman marries in Korea, she _________. A. continues to use her family name C. shares her husband?s family name
68．In address a married woman properly, you?d better _________. A. use her middle name C. ask her which name she likes
C How many people have I met who have told me about the book they have been planning to write but have never yet found the time? Far too many. This is Life, all right, but we do treat it like a rehearsal (排演) and, unhappily, we do miss so many of its best moments. We take jobs to stay alive and provide homes for our families always making ourselves believe that this style of life is merely a temporary state of affairs along the road to what we really want to do. Then, at 60 or 65, we are suddenly presented with a clock and several grandchildren and we look back and realize that all those years waiting for Real Life to come along were in fact real life. In America they have a saying much laughed at by the English: “Have a nice day” they speak slowly and seriously in their shops, hotels and sandwich bars. I think it is a wonderful phrase, reminding us, in effect, to enjoy the moment: to value this very day. How often do we say to ourselves, “I?ll take up horse-riding (or golf, or sailing) as soon as I get a higher position,” only to do none of those things when I do get the higher position.
When I first became a reporter I knew a man who gave up a very well paid respectable job at the Daily Telegraph to go and edit a small weekly newspaper. At the time I was astonished by what appeared to me to be his completely abnormal (反常的) mental state. How could anyone turn his back on Fleet Street in central London for a small local area? I wanted to know. Now I am a little older and possibly wiser, I see the sense in it. In Fleet Street the man was under continual pressure. He lived in an unattractive London suburb and he spent much of his life sitting on Southern Region trains. 69．The first paragraph of the passage tells us that ________. A. we always try to find some time to write a book B. we always make plans but seldom fulfil them C. we always enjoy many of life?s best moments D. we always do what we really want to do 70．The underlined phrase “turn his back on” ( Paragraph 6 ) most probably means ________. A. leave for A. not respected C. not well paid 72．What is probably the best title for the passage? A. Provide Homes For Our Family C. Value This Very Day D There are thousands of products of all colors and shapes in a supermarket, making you believe that they are worth a try. How? Packaging (包装) is the silent but persuading salesman. There on the shelves, each bottle, can, box, and jar has been carefully designed and measured to speak to the inner self of the consumer, so that he is buying not only a product but also his belief in life. Scientists have studied consumer behavior recently and found that the look of the package has a great effect on the “quality” of the product and on how well it sells, because “Consumers generally cannot tell between a product and its package. Many products are packages and many packages are products,” as Louis Cheskin, the first social scientist studying consumers? feeling for packaging, noticed. Colors are one of the best tools in packaging. Studies of eye movement have shown that colors draw human attention quickly. Take V8 for example. For many years, the bright red color of tomatoes and carrots on the thin bottle makes you feel that it is very good for your body. And the word “green” today can keep food prices going up. Shapes are another attraction. Circles often suggest happiness and peacefulness, because these shapes are pleasing to both the eye and the heart. That?s why the round yellow M signs of McDonald?s are inviting to both young and old. This new consumer response to the colors and shapes of packages reminds producers and B. Take Up Horse-riding D. Stay Alive B. return to C. give up D. rely on 71．The man (Paragraph 6 ) left his first job partly because he was ________. B. under too much pressure D. in an abnormal mental state
sellers that people buy to satisfy both body and soul. 73．According to the passage, ________ seems to be able to persuade a consumer to buy the product. A. the pleasing color of the package C. the strange shape of the package A. bring excitement to the consumers C. catch the eye movement of the consumers B. the special taste of the product D. the belief in the product B. attract the consumers? attention D. produce a happy and peaceful feeling
74．If a package or a product is round in shape, it can ________.
75．“And the word ?green? today can keep food prices going up.” This sentence suggests that consumers today are ________. A. starting to notice the importance of new food B. enjoying the beauty of nature more than before C. beginning to like green vegetables D. paying more attention to their health 76．It can be inferred from the passage that V8 is a kind of ________. A. vegetable dish B. healthy juice C. iced drink D. red vegetable
E While in Banff, make time for a walk around town. A special treat is to go up the mountainside on the Banff Gondola for a surprising view of the valley below. Here is The Pines, whose cook has developed a special way of mixing foreign food such as caribou, wild boar, and reindeer with surprising sauces. Best time to visit is during the off-season, from early May to mid-June, or in October. This way you can avoid sharing the high way with mobile homes which can be pulled by cars. But whatever the season, take some lunch with you from Banff, because there are only a few food stops on the road. Forty minutes north of Banff, side by side with the Banff National Park, sits world-famous Lake Louise. This surprisingly small body of water is attractive with towering mountains around it. Glaciers, huge masses of ice, moving very slowly against rocks, produce what is called glacier rock flour, making its water dark to see. It is worth taking a walk around the grounds of the Chateau Lake Louise, another beauty, proud of its early 20th century history. Back on the road, and it?s time to continue north past the astonishing Columbia Icefield, then turn off the highway and take the short road to the base of the Athabaska Glacier. You can rent ice cleals (夹板) and do some climbing or do a more pleasant snowmobile tour. Either way, you can enjoy endless beautiful sights. Finally you?ll reach Jasper, the usual turning around the place for the Banff-Jasper loop (回 路). It?s worth riding the Jasper Skytram, and be sure to visit the wonderful Jasper Park Lodge,
also dating back to the 1920s. If you can have lunch there, do it. The restaurant has an adventurous menu and their wine list would put a smile on any visitor?s face. 77．According to the passage, The Pines is a ________. A. place in which you can see many mobile homes B. mountain where you can get a good view of the valley C. town which happens to be near the Banff National Park D. restaurant where you can ask for some special kinds of food 78．What will probably happen when visitors come at the end of June? A. They may have trouble finding a restaurant. C. They may travel more easily with cars. 79．Similar to the Chateau Lake Louise, ________. A. the Banff National Park is to the west of Banff B. the Columbia Icefield lies between Lake Louise and the Banff National Park C. the Jasper Skytram has a history of more than 80 years D. the Jasper Park Lodge was built in the 1920s 80．Besides the beautiful sights in Jasper Park Lodge, visitors to Jasper can enjoy themselves by ________. A. taking the Jasper Skytram and eating in the restaurant B. taking the Banff-Jasper loop and Jasper Skytram C. having a lot of food to order in the restaurant D. taking the Jasper Skytram back to Banff B. They may come across traffic jams. D. They may do much more sightseeing.
第二卷 （满分 25 分）
第四部分：书面表达（满分 25 分） 假设你是李华，你的新西兰笔友 Nick 将于八月来湖北旅游，特来信询问有关旅游景点 情况。请根据下表所提供的要点，写一封回信，并表示盼望他的到来。 旅游资源 相关信息 许多著名的风景名胜，如：黄鹤楼（位于武昌蛇山，江南三大名楼之一）； 三峡（对灌溉和发电起着重要的作用）；东湖；赤壁等等。 气候适宜，交通方便
注意：①词数 100 左右，信的格式及开头已为你写好（不记入总词数）； ②可根据内容要点适当增加细节，以使行文连贯； ③参考词汇：省份 province；黄鹤楼 the Yellow Crane Tower；三峡 the Three Gorges； 赤壁 the Red Cliff Dear Nick, I?m glad to hear that you?re coming to Hubei in August.
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Text 1 M: I want to see about getting a private room as soon as possible. Also please put a “No Visitors” sign on my door when you leave. W: I?ll take care of both things, but first put this in your mouth so that I can take your temperature. Text 2 M: What?s wrong with Tony? W: His pet bird died this morning. He has been sitting still for quite a long time and is still crying in his room. M: Don?t worry. I?ll buy him another one. Text 3 M: What?s your opinion of the village? You?ve spent your holidays there twice. W: It won my heart the first time I saw it. M: If only I had some free time. Text 4 W: Mr. Johnson, I wonder if I could possibly ask for leave tomorrow morning. My father had a heart attack yesterday and is in the hospital at present. I want to go and see him. M: Oh, I?m sorry to hear that. You can take the day off. W: Thanks very much. I?ll make up the work as soon as I return. Text 5 M: Since the turn of the century, about 320,000 British people and 2 million Americans have been killed in road accidents. W: Oh, really? That means the number of Americans killed on the road is five times that of American soldiers killed in wars during the same period. Text 6 M: What happened? W: Well, my husband left for work at 7:30. A few minutes later, somebody broke into the house. I guess he thought the house was empty. M: Where were you? W: I was still in bed. I heard something in the living room, so I went downstairs. And there was this man, putting money into his briefcase. I guess I surprised him. He ran out of the front door and I ran after him. M: It?s good he didn?t have a gun. W: You said it! Well, he fell down the steps and broke his leg. That?s when I called you. M: We?ve been looking for this man. In the past two weeks, he broke into 20 homes in this area. Text 7 W: We?ve got a new manager in our department. M: Who is it? Who got the job, I mean? W: Someone called Carl Drexler. He?s been with the company only two years. I?ve been here longer. And I know more about the job, too! M: Hmm. Why do you think they gave it to him and not to you? W: Because I?m a woman, of come. M: By the way, what sort of clothes does he wear? W: A dark suit, white shirt, a tie. Why? M: Perhaps that had something to do with it. W: You mean I didn?t get the job because I come to work in jeans and a sweater? M: Yes. W: Do you really think I should wear different clothes? M: Well, you should think about it. W: Why should I do that? I?m good at my job! That?s the only important thing! M: Hmm. But it isn?t. Not in this company. Text 8 M: What a lovely place! Walking around here is just like going back in time. Imagine all those noblemen and ladies having huge parties here, dancing in the halls and gardens. W: Or how about Mozart? He gave a concert here when he was only six. Isn?t it unbelievable? M: It is the colors that really impress me. The yellow walls and the green window frames. It is like a fairy-tale
world. W: What about the rooms full of paintings? And the huge lights hanging from the ceilings? Aren?t they magnificent? Don?t you wish we were millionaires? M: You don?t need money to enjoy a view like that. You only need eyes. W: Still, wouldn?t it be nice to live in a place like this one here? Imagine, 200 different rooms. M: It would be nice as long as I didn?t have to clean them. Text 9 M: Young people are given too much freedom nowadays, and as a result they have lost respect for their parents and elders in general. W: I don?t think so. My parents gave me advice but never forced me to do anything I didn?t want to do. I respect and love them for this. M: Are you quite independent of them now? W: Oh, yes. After I left school and started to work as a nurse, I became economically independent. M: You seem very close to your parents. W: I am. Many young people today say they have nothing in common with their parents. But I?m very lucky because I get along very well with them. What about you? M: Well, we value family life very much in my country. I?m also very fond of my family. But I don?t always get along well with my parents. They seldom allow me to do what I want to. W: But they allowed you to come to study in England on your own. M: Yes, but only after a lot of persuasion! Text 10 M: Good morning, everyone. I?m Ralph Morrison, and I?ll be your guide today on our hike to Summit Lake. I think you?ll enjoy today?s trip, which will offer some wonderful views as well as some close-up looks at the area?s plants and animals. We?ll begin with a gentle climb in this open forest before taking a short downhill walk to the river. You?ll see unusually tall trees in that area and will cross the river on a big piece of wood. Our pass from there will go north. We?ll pass through a forest, then a large field, and cross a stream as we continue our way up to Summit Lake. The lake is small and surrounded with forest, and there?re lots of fish just waiting to be caught. We?ll stop for lunch at the lake. You?ll have an hour to relax and take photos before we start our return trip on a different path, which will take us past three small lakes before the long, steep hike back down to the river. Our last mile will be another steep uphill climb to the trail?s end, just 1 00 yards from where we?re about to begin. 1—5 ABAAB 6—10 CBABC 11—15 BCAAC 16—20 BBCAC 21—25 BBCDB 26—30 BCCDA 31．are likely to be born 32．Who was it 33．who get tired of / getting tired of 34．Rated (as) a valuable book 35．working out 36．whether to abolish slavery / whether slavery should be abolished 37．Not knowing much English / Because I don?t know much English 38．known as / which is known as 39．to be invited to dinner 40．within easy reach 41—45 DACBC 46—50 ACDAB 51—55 BDBAC 56—60 ABCDD 61—65 BDAAB 66—70 DACBC 71—75 BCADD 76—80 BDBDA One possible version: Dear Nick, I?m glad to hear that you?re coming to Hubei in August. You?ve made the wise choice to travel here. As we all know, Hubei Province is rich in tourist attractions and enjoys many world-famous places of interest, such as the Yellow Crane Tower, the Three Gorges and the Red Cliff. The Yellow Crane Tower, located on the Snake Hill in Wuchang, is one of the “Three Famous Tower South of the Yangtze River.” The East Lake in Wuhan is well known for its beautiful scenery, where we can take a dip and go boating. Another attraction is Three Gorges Dam which plays an important part in irrigation and producing electricity. Besides, the nice weather and convenient transportation here can make your trip more enjoyable. I?m sure you?ll have a good time. Yours sincerely, Li Hua
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