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2013-2014 学年度第一学期期中考试试题

高 三 英 语
命题人:罗塘高级中学 钱盈盈 审核人:胡春林

说明:1.本试卷共由 I 卷和 II 卷两部分构成。 2.第 I 卷为选择题,分值为 60 分;第 II 卷为非选择题,分值为 60 分。满分 120 分。 3.考试时间为 120 分钟。

第 I

卷 选择题(共 4 大题;满分 85 分)
一、听力(共两节,满分 20 分) 第一节(共 5 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 5 分) 听下面 5 段对话。每段对话后有一个小题,从题中所给的 A、B、C 三个选项中选出最 佳选项,并标在试卷的相应位置。听完每段对话后,你都有 10 秒钟的时间来回答有关小题 和阅读下一小题。每段对话仅读一遍。 1. What does the woman imply? A. She didn?t clean the apartment. B. She?ll help the man clean his apartment. C. She needs to clean the lab. 2. What does the woman mean? A. She saw the man run out. B. She thought the man?s laundry was done badly. C. She was sorry the man couldn?t finish his laundry. 3. What does the man imply? A. His coach didn?t help him enough. B. He had no chance of winning. C. He didn?t follow his coach?s advice. 4. What does the woman mean? A. She likes the new theatre in town. B. She expects the theatre to close down. C. She?s surprised by the news. 5. What does the man say about the activities? A. They aren?t very good because they?re so different. B. He thinks they should do both. C. It doesn?t matter which one they do. 第二节(共 15 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 15 分) ) 听下面 5 段对话或独白。每段对话或独白后有几个小题,从题中所给的 A、B、C 三个 选项中选出最佳选项,并标在试卷的相应位置。听每段对话或独白前,你将有时间阅读各个 小题,每小题 5 秒钟;听完后,各小题将给出 5 秒钟的作答时间。每段对话或独白读两遍。 听第 6 段材料,回答第 6~8 小题。 6. Why doesn?t the man book the seats downstairs? A. Too expensive. B. Too close to the stage. C. Uncomfortable. 7. When does the man plan to see the performance? A. Next Saturday. B. On October 21st. C. On October 25th. 8. How much does each upstairs ticket cost? A. $10. B. $3.75. C. $2.50.

听第 7 段材料,回答第 9~11 小题。 9. What are the speakers probably doing according to the conversation? A. Discussing a plan. B. Having an interview. C. Having a meeting. 10. How many sisters does the man at least have? A. Two. B. Only one. C. Three. 11. What can you infer from the woman?s last words? A. The man is allowed to have the job. B. The man is asked to go to college. C. The man is refused to work in the college. 听第 8 段材料,回答第 12 至 14 题。 12. What is NOT true about the man? A. Water is running down his leg. B. He can not breathe well after a walk. C. He hasn?t been sleeping well because of the pain in his leg. 13. What has caused the trouble? A. The woman doesn?t know yet. B. He was burnt by boiling water. C. He has tired himself out in his work. 14. What?s the woman?s name? A. Doctor Cook. B. Doctor Martin. C. The conversation doesn?t tell us. 听第 9 段材料,回答第 15 至 17 题。 15. Where are the man and the woman going? A. To the bus station. B. To the police station. C. To the railway station. 16. What does the woman think they should do? A. Take a taxi. B. Walk slowly. C. Leave the bags with the police. 17. What does the man find out at last? A. Fifteen minutes is too long. B. The traffic is moving too slowly. C. He is not able to carry two bags. 听第 10 段材料,回答第 18 至 20 题。 18. According to the passage, what were dogs trained for in the past? A. For protection against other animals. B. For protection against other dogs. C. Just for fun. 19. Why were dogs used for hunting? A. Because they did not eat other animals. B. Because they were useful for protection. C. Because they always obeyed their masters. 20. What is the most important reason for people in the city to keep dogs now? A. For companionship. B. For amusement. C. For protection against robbery. 第二部分 英语知识运用(共两节,满分 35 分) 第一节 单项填空(共 15 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 15 分) 阅读下面各题,从题中所给的 A、B、C、D 四个选项中,选出最佳选项,并在答题卡上 将该项涂黑。 21. The "Chinese Dream" is ____ dream to improve people?s well-being and ____ dream of harmony, peace and development. A. the; a B. a; a C. a; the D. the; the 22. — So nice to see you, Lucy! I never thought you visit us today. — Sorry, I forgot to tell you I was coming. I hope you don?t mind me _____.

A. calling in B. pulling in C. breaking in D. dropping in 23.The real secret to successful learning lies in students____an interest in what they are doing. A. to take B. taking C. taken D. having taken 24. We _______ the difficulty together, but why didn?t you tell me? A. should face B. might face C. could have faced D. may have faced 25. After___seemed a hopeless wait, four coal-miners trapped in the mine for 125 hours were finally rescued in Heilongjiang Province. A. when B. that C. it D. what 26. _________along the quiet road at forty miles an hour, and then an old man suddenly started to cross the road in front of me. A. Driving B. When I was driving C. I was driving D. Having driven 27. Jose cupped his hands together to cover his mouth ________ other people would see him cry. A. so that B. now that C. for fear that D. on condition that 28. —I counted sheep, I drank milk and I tried everything, but nothing helped. —It seems you _____ too much recently. Try some sleeping pills. A. worked B. work C. had worked D. have been working 29. Look!How much________ Alice looks wearing her new show dress! A. well B. good C. better D. best 30. _________ Australia?s relatively small population, its outstanding performance in the Olympic Games was really amazing. A. Having considered B. Considered C. Considering D. To consider 31. — Have you got any information about your missing dog from the police? — No. I ______. The police say they?ll let me know when there is any news. A. waited B. was waiting C. have waited D. am waiting 32. The president of the World Bank says he has a passion for China, ______ he remembers starting as early as his childhood. A. where B. when C. what D. which 33. Under the environment of fierce competition, the only way John could imagine _______ stress was to get tougher by making greater efforts. A. handling B. to handle C. handled D. having handled 34. ______ the numbers in employment, the hotel industry was the second largest industry in this country last year. A. In spite of B. In case of C. In terms of D. In favor of 35. — I hear Kris had an accident as he was riding his bike to school yesterday. — ________? He is always so careful when he is riding. A. What for B. How come C. Why that D. So what 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,从短文后各题所给的四个选项(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。 How often do you let other people?s nonsense change your mood? Do you let a bad driver, impolite waiter,rude boss,or an insensitive employee 36 your day? One day I was in a taxi and we headed 37 the airport. We were driving in the 38 lane when suddenly a black car drove out of a parking space right in front of us. My taxi driver slammed on his 39 ,slide sideways,and at the very last moment our car stopped and 40 the other car by just inches!The driver of the other car looked around and started 41 at us. My taxi driver just 42 and waved at the guy. And I mean he was really 43 . So I asked,"Why did you just do that? This guy almost ruined your car and sent us to the hospital!”

This is when my taxi driver taught me what I now call “The Law of the Garbage Truck”. He explained that many people are like garbage trucks. They run around full of 44 , full of frustration,full of anger,and full of disappointment. As their garbage 45 up,they need a place to dump it and sometimes they?ll dump it on 46 .Don?t take it personally. Just smile, wave,wish them well,and move on. Believe me. You?ll be 47 .Don?t take their garbage and 48 it to other people at work,at home,or on the streets. Life?s too short to wake up in the morning with 49 .The mark of your success is how quickly you can refocus on what?s 50 in your life. Roy Baumeister,a psychology researcher from Florida State University,found in his extensive research that you 51 bad things more often than good things in your life. You store the bad memories more easily, and you 52 them more frequently. So…Love the people who treat you right. Ignore the ones who don?t. Life is ten percent what you make it and ninety percent how you 53 it! When you follow “The Law of the Garbage Truck”,you take back control of your life. You make room for the good by 54 go of the bad. Have a Garbage-Free Day!Have a marvelous, garbage-free day!The seeds you plant today 55 the harvest you reap tomorrow. 36. A. enrich B. ruin C. spare D. obtain 37. A. through B. to C. in D. for 38. A. latter B. right C. opposite D. free 39. A. brakes B. door C. window D. seat 40. A. knocked B. overtook C. missed D. lost 41. A. laughing B. throwing C. glancing D. yelling 42. A. wondered B. smiled C. ignored D. guessed 43. A. friendly B. angry C. tired D. disappointed 44. A. expectation B. passengers C. garbage D. goods 45. A. turns B. pushes C. holds D. piles 46. A. roads B. children C. you D. dustbin 47. A. upset B. happier C. pitiful D. frightened 48. A. spread B. share C. explain D. contribute 49. A. surprise B. pleasure C. doubt D. regrets 50. A. funny B. important C. strange D. embarrassing 51. A. remember B. forget C. value D. appreciate 52. A. enjoy B. exchange C. recall D.imagine 53. A. inspire B. take C. mend D. notice 54. A. letting B. consisting C. making D. dreaming 55. A. distinguish B. deserve C. deliver D. determine 第三部分 阅读理解(共 15 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 30) 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 题卡上将该项涂黑。 A Boiler rooms are often dirty and steamy, but this one is clean and cool. Fox Point is a very new 47-unit living building in South Bronx, one of the city?s poorest areas. Two-thirds of the people living there are formerly homeless people, whose rent is paid by the government. The rest are low-income families. The boiler room has special equipment, which produces energy for electricity and heat. It reuses heat that would otherwise be lost to the air, reducing carbon emissions while also cutting costs. Fox Point is operated by Palladia, a group that specializes in providing housing and services to needy people. Palladia received support from Enterprise Community Partners (ECP), which helps build affordable housing by providing support to housing developers.

ECP has created national standards for healthy, environmentally clever and affordable homes which are called the Green Communities Standards. These standards include water keeping, energy saving and the use of environmentally friendly building materials. Meeting the standards increases housing construction costs by 2%, which is rapidly paid back by lower running costs. Even the positioning of a window to get most daylight can help save energy. Michael Bloomberg, New York?s mayor, plans to create 165,000 affordable housing units for 500,000 New Yorkers. Almost 80% of New York City?s greenhouse-gas emissions come from buildings, and 40% of those are caused by housing. So he recently announced that the city?s Department of Housing and Preservation and Development (DHPD) , whose duty is to develop and keep the city?s supply of affordable housing, will require all its new projects to follow ECP?s green standards. Similar measures have been taken by other cities, such as Cleveland and Denver, but New York?s DHPD is the largest city developer of affordable housing in the country. 56. What is the purpose of describing the boiler room in the first paragraph? w_w w. k#s5_u.c o* A. To explain the measures the city takes to care for poor people. B. To suggest that affordable housing is possible in all areas. C. To show how the environment-friendly building works. D. To compare old and new boiler rooms. 57. What is an advantage of the buildings meeting the Green Communities Standards? 5 A. Lower running costs. B. Costing less in construction. C. Less air to be lost in hot days. D. Better prices for homeless people. 58. It can be learned from the text that . w_w w. k#s5_u.c o*m A. New York City is seriously polluted B. people?s daily life causes many carbon emissions in New York City C. a great number of people in New York City don?t have houses to live in D. some other cities have developed more affordable housing than New York City 59. What is the main purpose of this text? w_w w. k#s5_u.c o*m A. To call on people to pay more attention to housing problems. B. To prove that some standards are needed for affordable housing. C. To ask society to help homeless people and low-income families. D. To introduce healthy, environmentally clever and affordable housing. B Work your brain! Between 2 and 3 pounds of wonder, it controls everything we say, do or think, who we are and what we care about. The way we walk or laugh or figure out things. What we like and the talents we possess. How we see and talk and run and jump and process our food. The brain uses 20 percent of our body?s oxygen and 20 percent of its blood. Somewhere within its protein, fat, 100,000 miles of blood vessels and 100 billion nerve cells, it helps us remember where we put our gym shoes. Change our temperature so we don?t die because of the heat or cold. Speed us up or slow us down. Help us choose between orange juice or orangeflavored drinks. Its complexity are stunning, far beyond anything most of us can imagine. To keep this work of art as polished as possible we need to eat right, exercise and keep mentally stimulated. Good nutrition helps brain cells communicate with each other. Exercise stimulates a hormone in our brain that improves memory. Mental stimulation keeps you sharp even as you age. “It?s very important that we tell people to be physically active and mentally active,” said neurologist Malcolm Stewart.“People cannot stop aging, but you?re able to reduce the damage; you?re able to keep the function up.”

Following are Dr. Stewart?s advice for improving brain health: Avoid fast food. Follow the old adage(格言): For breakfast, eat like a Nutrition king; for lunch, like a queen; for supper, like a beggar. Do a combination of stretching aerobic and musclestrengthening Exercise every day. Try to have a sense of hope about the future. Do puzzles. Listen to Mental games music. Reach out to others to make their lives better. 60. The purpose of the author in writing this passage is to ______. A. inform us how the brain works B. give us advice on how to keep the brain healthy C. tell us that the brain plays an important role in our lives D. show how special the brain is to us 61. The underlined word “stunning” means ______. A. interesting B. strange C. significant D. amazing 62. According to the text,more exercise ______. A. keeps our mind sharp B. helps improve our memory C. gives our brain a rest D. is good for brain cells communicating with each other 63. In order to keep brain healthy,we should avoid ______. A. eating a good lunch B. doing puzzles C. eating a large supper D. taking aerobic exercise C Thousands of people living in the Chinese capital will celebrate the start of the Chinese New year by heading for the ski resorts (滑雪场). Never mind that Beijing?s dry weather seldom produces snow. It is cold enough in winter for snow-making machines to make a covering for the hills north to the capital. And the rapid growth of a pleasure-seeking middle class has formed the basis for this new craze(热潮). Since Beijing?s first ski resort was opened ten years ago, the sport has enjoyed astonishing increase. There are now more than a dozen resorts. Clothes markets in the city have added bright colored ski suits to their winter collections. Mr. Wei, a manager of a newly-opened ski resort in Beijing, sees the growth of an industry that could soon lead Chinese to head for the ski resorts of Europe. In recent years ski resorts offering natural snow have opened in China. But many are in faraway areas of the country and can?t really match the equipment and services of some ski resorts in Europe. Beijing?s skiing craze is partly a result of the recent increase in private cars. This has led to the growth of a leisure industry in the capital?s suburbs, which until the late-1990s were unreachable to ordinary people. According to Mr. Wei, about 40% of the visitors to his resort come in their own cars. The rest are bused in by schools, businesses or government offices. The problem is making money. Starting ski resorts requires quite a lot of money: hiring land from the local government, preparing the hills, buying snow machines, making sure there are enough water and electricity to run them, and buying ski equipment for hiring out to customers. The ski resort where Mr. Wei works cost nearly $4m to set up. And, as so often in China when someone comes up with a good idea, many others rush in and price wars break out. Beijing now offers some of the cheapest ski training classes in the world, though with most people rather new to the sport, expecting a few more doing the same job. 64. What does this text mainly talk about? A. Convenience for skiers brought about by private cars.

B. Skiing as a new way of enjoying one?s spare time. C. Things to be considered when starting a ski resort. D. A sudden increase of ski training classes in Beijing. 65. Why are some Chinese likely to go skiing in Europe? A. To visit more ski areas. B. To ski on natural snow. C. For a large collection of ski suits. D. For better services and equipment. 66. What is the main problem in running a ski resort? A. Difficulty in hiring land B. Lack of business experience C. Price wars with other ski resorts D. Shortage of water and electricity D Dear Guys, I?d like to talk to you about the shame you subjected me to last night. Let me first refresh your memory: You, a group of fit, young men, were playing soccer on the field across from my apartment building. I, a better-than-average looking young woman, was walking along the sidewalk with my groceries. That?s when your ball came flying over the fence and landed in front of me. One of you approached and asked politely if I would throw the ball back to you. Fighting the urge to drop my bags and run screaming down the street, I reluctantly (勉强地) agreed. Before I continue, let me explain something that I didn?t have a chance to mention last night: I hate sports. More specifically, I hate sports involving balls. This results from my lack of natural ability when it comes to throwing, catching and hitting. I?m bad at aiming too. So you can understand why I?d be nervous at what I?m sure seemed to you like a laughably simple request. However, wanting to appear agreeable, I put my bags down, picked up the ball and, eyes half-shut, threw it as hard as I could. It hit the middle of the fence and bounced back to me. Trying to act casually, I said something about being out of practice, then picked up the ball again. If you?ll remember, at your command, I agreed to try throwing underhand. While outwardly I was smiling, in my head, I was praying, Oh God, oh please oh please oh please. I threw the ball upward with all my strength, terrified by what happened next. The ball hit slightly higher up on the fence and bounced back to me. This is the point where I start to take issue with you. Wouldn?t it have been a better use of your time, and mine, if you had just walked around the fence and took the ball then? I was clearly struggling; my smiles were more and more forced. And yet, you all just stood there, motionless. Seeing that you weren?t going to let me out of the trouble, I became desperate. Memories of middle school softball came flooding back. I tried hard to throw the ball but it only went about eight feet, then I decided to pick it up and dash with ball in hand towards the baseline, while annoyed thirteen-year-old boys screamed at me that I was ruining their lives. Children are cruel. Being a big girl now, I pushed those memories aside and picked up the soccer ball for the third time. I forced a good-natured laugh while crying inside as you patiently shouted words of support over the fence at me. “Throw it granny-style!” one of you said. “Just back up a little and give it all you?ve got!” another offered. And, most embarrassing of all, “You can do it!” I know you thought you were being encouraging, but it only served to deepen the shame. Anyway, I accepted your ball-throwing advice, backed up, rocked back and forth a little, took a deep breath and let it fly. It hit the edge of the fence and bounced back to me. I surprised myself-and I?m sure you as well-by letting out a cry, “DAMN IT!!!” I then willed

myself to have a heart attack and pass out in front of you just so I?d be put out of my misery. Alas, the heart attack didn?t happen, and you continued to look at me expectantly, like you were content to do this all night. I had become a sort of exhibition for you. I could feel your collective thoughts drifting through the chain-link: “Can she really not do it? But I mean, really?” Unfortunately for you, I wasn?t really game to continue your experiment. Three failed attempts at a simple task in front of a group of people in a two-minute period was just enough blow for me for one night. I picked up the ball one last time, approached the fence and grumbled, “Please just come get the damn ball.” And you did. And thanks to you, I decided at that very moment to never throw anything ever again, except disrespectful glances at people who play sports. Sincerely, Jen Cordery 67. The writer agreed to throw the ball because ______. A. she needed to have a relax carrying the heavy groceries B. she wanted to refresh her childhood memories C. she could not refuse the polite request from the young man D. she had fallen in love with the young man at first sight 68. Why did the writer mention her middle school memory? A. To explain why she failed the attempts to throw the ball back. B. To complain that she had not mastered the ball throwing skills. C. To show how cruel those 13-year-old boys were. D. To express her dislike towards softball. 69. What the boys said before the writer?s third attempt actually made the writer _______. A. inspired B. encouraged C. embarrassed D. depressed 70. What happened to the ball at last? A. The writer managed to throw the ball back. B. The boy got the ball back by himself. C. The writer threw the ball away out of anger. D. The boys got angry and left without the ball. 第四部分 任务型阅读(共 10 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 10 分) 阅读下列短文,并根据所读内容在文章后表格中的空格里填入一个最恰当的单词。 注意:请将答案写在答题卡上相应题号的横线上。每个空格只填 1 个单词。 Interviewing someone for a job is not as easy as it looks. First, as the interviewer, you?re tasked with finding the person who will not only do the job well but also fit in well with the other employees. You have to make an evaluation of abstract qualities that can?t be found on a résumé. Because you have to repeat the process for every potential employee, you end up asking question after question, applicant after applicant. Still, interviewers need to be told something: “What is your biggest weakness?” is not a good question. It just isn?t. Now, job seekers have to understand that interviewers want to find some way to know what makes an applicant different from others. Asking questions that are seemingly impossible to answer is one way to see who can think creatively. Then what may be a proper way to respond to such a question? Honesty, with a twist(新手法) “?What are your three strengths and three weaknesses?? is a classic, but not too many people know how to answer this,” says Kenneth C. Wisnefski, founder and CEO of WebiMax, an online marketing company. “As an interviewer, we want to hear strengths that describe initiative(主动性), motivation

and dedication. The best way to respond is to include these qualities into specific ?personal statements.?” “Similarly, weaknesses should be positioned as a strength that can benefit the employer.” “I like to hear applicants state an exaggerated strength, and put an interesting twist on it. An example of this is, ?My initiative is so strong, that sometimes I take on too many projects at a time.?” This answer leads with a strength that employers want — initiative — and still acknowledges that you?re not perfect. Although you might consider this acknowledgement too honest, it works because it proves you?re being honest. Honesty, with progress When you consider what your weaknesses are, think about how you have attempted to overcome them. No one is perfect, so pretending that you are a perfectionist will come across as insincere. Debra Davenport, author of “Career Shuffle,” believes citing(引用) examples are the best approach. “My preferred response for this question is to tell the truth without damaging the applicant?s image.” Davenport explains. “A better response might be, ?I?ve had some challenges with work-life balance in the past and I realize that a life out of balance isn?t good for me, my family or my employer. I?ve taken the time to learn better time and project management, and I?m also committed to my overall wellness.?” The answer adds some dimension to the question, and proves you?ve thought beyond the answer. You?ve actually changed your behavior to address the situation, even if you haven?t completely overcome the weakness. Put yourself in the interviewer’s shoes However you decide to answer, Debra Yergen, author of “Creating Job Security Resource Guide,” recommends job seekers imagine themselves sitting on the other side of the desk. “If you were doing the hiring, what would you be looking for? What would be your motivation for asking certain questions? Who would you be trying to weed out? If you can empathize (共鸣) with the interviewer, you can better understand what they want and need, and then frame your qualifications to meet their needs for the position you seek.” Once you consider what the goal of the question is and figure out what your honest answer is, you?ll be able to give the best possible answer to a tricky question. Job Interviews Details ☆ Find the person both doing the job well and (71) ▲ along well with other employees. ☆ (72) ▲ abstract qualities of applicants by asking one question after another. ☆ Understand that the interviewers want to (74) ▲ between applicants and that asking a question seemingly impossible to answer is one way to see an applicant?s (75) ▲ . ☆ Be (76) ▲ and inventive when asked about your weaknesses, and respond properly. ☆ Never (77) ▲ you are perfect, which may be believed to be insincere. ☆Try to show that you?ve changed a lot (78) ▲ you haven?t completely get rid of your weaknesses. ☆ Put yourself in the interviewer?s shoes and have a better (79)

Tasks for a job interviewer

(73) ▲ to interviewees for replying to a tricky question

Conclusion

▲ of their needs for the job. ☆ With the goal of the question (80) ▲ into account and the honest answer in your mind, you will be able to give the best possible answer.

第五部分 书面表达(满分 25 分) 目前,不少人在写作文或交流时喜欢使用网络语言。就此现象,你班最近举行了一场讨 论。请根据下表的提示,客观地介绍讨论的情况及你的观点。 40%的同学认为 60%的同学认为 你的观点 1. 有点荒诞, 有时让人无法理解; 1.幽默,使语言更生动; 1. … 2.违背了汉语的语法规则,对学 2.有助于表达思想。 2. … 习毫无帮助。 注意: 1. 对所给提示,不要简单翻译,可适当增加细节,使行文连贯。 2. 词数 150 左右。开头已给出,不计入总词数。 3. 参考词汇:荒诞:ridiculous Nowadays, with the development of the Internet, there came a kind of language called Web Language. _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________

2013-2014 学年度第一学期期中考试试题

高三英语参考答案
听力:1~5 ACCBC 6~10 ABCBA 11~15 AAACC 16~20 ACACA 51-55ACBAD

单项选择: 21-25 BDBCD 完型填空: 36-40 BDBAC 阅读理解: 56-59 CABD 任务型阅读: 71. getting 76. honest 书面表达: One possible version: 72. Evaluate 77. pretend

26-30 CCDCC 31-35 DDBCB 41-45 DBACD 46-50 CBADB 60-63 BDBC 64-66 BDC 73. Tips/Suggestions/Advice 78. though/ although 67-70 CACB 74. distinguish 79. understanding 75. creativity 80. taken

Nowadays, with the development of the Internet, there has come a kind of language called Web Language. Recently, our class has held a discussion on whether it?s good for students to use Web Language in writing compositions or communication. 40% of the students are not in favor of the idea of using Web Language, thinking it ridiculous to see or hear words which are not commonly used in our daily life. Worse still, it?s hard for them to make themselves understood. In their opinion, it is against Chinese grammar, and it?s not beneficial to students? studies. However, the rest of the students are fond of it. They think what they say will sound humorous, which makes the language more lively. Moreover, it is of special help for them to express themselves freely. In my opinion, it is a phenomenon worth thinking about. I don?t think it good to use Web Language. It may be fashionable as some think, but you may also make your idea confusing, leaving other people at a loss.

一、评分细则:
1. 本题总分为 25 分,按 5 个档次给分。 2. 评分时,先根据文章的内容和语言初步确定其所属档次,然后以该档次的要求来衡量, 确定或调整档次内分值,最终给出合理的分数。 3. 词数少于 130 或多于 170 的,从总分中减去 2 分。 4. 评分时关注的主要内容为:内容要点要全面、应用词汇要高级、语法结构要多样、复杂 句式要准确、上下文连接要流畅、书写规范饱满清晰。 5. 拼写与标点符号是语言准确性的一个方面。评分时,应视其对交际的影响程度予以考虑。 英、美拼写及词汇用法均可接受。 6. 大小错误的界定: (1)小错误:单词拼写,冠词,大小写、标点符号错误。虽然这些错误被界定为小错误, 却能影响得分档次。如:有的考生在作文中相同的单词拼写错误有多处,有的甚至达到十 几处,虽然高考评分细则规定:相同的单词拼写错误不累计扣分,但是多次的拼写错误导 致文章给人的的整体印象不好,因而文章的得分肯定会受影响。 (2)大错误:搭配错误、词语用错(介词、名词、动词、形容词、副词) 、时态、语态、

主谓一致、非谓语动词、句式等错误。 7. 如书写较差,以至影响交际,将分数降低一个档次。 8. 应根据实际情况拉开得分档距,忌趋中现象。

二、内容要点及占分比例:
1. 反对观点:荒诞,有时让人无法理解;违背汉语语法规则,对学习无帮助(8 分) ; 2. 支持观点:幽默,使语言更生动;有助于表达思想(8 分) ; 3. 自己的观点(至少两点) (占 7 分) ; 4. 卷面及书写 (占 2 分)

【听力材料】 (Tex t 1) M: Your apartment always looks so good, so spotless and mine is such a mess. W: I?ve been at the lab all the week. It is my roommate?s doing. (Text 2) M: I am running out of coins doing my laundry. W: That?s too bad. (Text 3) M: It?s a shame that you didn?t win your tennis match. M: I might have won if I listened to my coach. (Text 4) M: The Variety Theatre finally went out of business. W: Well, that?s not a surprise. It was the worst one in town. (Text 5) M: Shall we run around the park or go for a bike ride? M: It makes no difference to me. They are both good activities. (Text 6) M: I?d like to book a few seats for “Hamlet”, please. W: Yes, sir. M: Have you got any seats downstairs? W: Yes, we have. M: How much are they? W: 3.75 each. M: Are there any seats for $2.50? W: Yes, there are—upstairs. How many? M: Four, please. W: For which night? M: What about Saturday, October 21st? W: I can give you four seats in Row 8. M: How long will the performance last? W: Two and a half hours. M: Thank you. How much will that be in all?

(Text 7) W: Good morning! Have a seat. M: Good morning! Thank you. W: I have your letter here. Your name is Robert Martin, right? M: That?s right. W: And you hope to work here next month? M: Yes, madam, if I can. W: Fine. You finished high school a year ago. Why didn?t you go to college that year? M: Well, I have a sister in college now, and there will be another one next year. So, I have to make a little money for us. W: Good!It seems that you are a good young man. By the way, what?s your best lesson in high school? M: Physics. I really enjoy it. W: That?s fine. Have you discussed this with your parents? M: Oh, sure. My parents said I should decide it myself. W: OK, you can work here, but you?d better go to college if you have a chance. Good luck, young man! M: Thank you, madam! Good-bye. (Text 8) W: Now, Mr. Martin. I?ve just read your own doctor?s report. So you haven?t been feeling very well lately, is that right? M: It?s…it?s my leg, doctor. My right leg. I keep getting a strange pain in it. W: Could you tell me what the pain is like? M: It?s like… like boiling water running down my leg. It?s been getting worse lately, too. I?ve been losing sleep. W: You mean the pain?s been keeping you awake? M: Yes, that?s right. It?s been keeping me awake. W: Now, tell me, how long have you had this trouble? M: The pain? For about a year now. W: Hmm… Have you been getting tired lately after you have had a walk? For example, have you been getting a big short of breath, perhaps? M: Why, yes! Yes, I have, doctor! W: Hmm…I think we?d better give you a few tests here in the hospital. M: Do you think it?s serious, doctor? W: Probably not. But… Doctor Cook, my local doctor, thinks it?s only that I?ve been working too hard lately. W: That could be the reason. Don?t worry, we?ll find out soon. (Text 9) W: Why do we have to walk to the station? And where is it? M: It?s just down that road. . . I think. W: Look! There?s a policeman! Ask him the way. M: All right. I?ll go and ask him. (pause for 6 seconds)

W: So, what did he say? M: Well, we have to walk down this road, take the first turning on the left. Then walk until we come to the river and… W: The river? M: Yes. It?s over there, and there?s a bridge. Across the bridge, we will be able to see some road signs which will tell us the way. W: But how far is it? How long does it take to walk there? M: About fifteen minutes, if we walk quickly. W: Fifteen minutes! We may be late for the train. And with these heavy bags, too! I think we ought to take a taxi. M: Not at this hour. Look at the traffic. It?s moving very slowly. We can get there just as quickly on foot. W: Well, I can?t possibly carry this bag any farther. M: All right. Let me take it, then. W: Don?t be silly. You can?t carry two bags at the same time. M: Yes, I can. The bags aren?t that heavy…hmm! W: You see! They?re heavier than you thought! M: Perhaps it?s not such a bad idea after all. W: What isn?t such a bad idea? What do you mean? M: Taxi! Taxi! (Text 10) When you take a walk a in any of the cities in the west, you often see a lot of people walking with dogs. It is still true that the dog is the most useful and faithful animal in the world. But the reason why people keep a dog have changed. In the old days, people used to train dogs to protect themselves against the attacks by other beasts. And later they came to realize that the dog was not only useful for protection but willing to obey their master. For example, when people used dogs for hunting, the dogs would not eat without permission what they caught. But now people in the city need not protect themselves against attacks of animals. Why do they keep dogs then? Some people keep dogs to protect themselves from robbery, but the most important reason is for companionship. For a child, a dog is his best friend when he has no friends to play with; for a young couple, a dog is their child when they have no children; for old couples, a dog is also their child when their real children have grown up. So the main reason why people keep dogs has changed from protection to friendship.


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