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嘉兴一中 2010 级高三上学期英语摸底测验卷
本试卷分第Ⅰ卷和第Ⅱ卷两部分,满分 150 分,时间 120 分钟。 第Ⅰ卷(三部分,共 105 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. How much did each bottle of whisky cost? A. $26. A. 63. A. 10:20. 4. What time is it? A. It is a little after 8:45. B. It is 5 minutes faster. C. It is a little before 8:45. 5. What time is it? A. 7:15. B. 7:10. C. 7:20 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,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。每段对话或独白两遍。 听第 6 段材料,回答第 6 至 8 题。 6. Why was the woman on the underground train? A. She was going to work. B. She was coming home from work. C. She was traveling to another city. 7. What did the woman do when the robber pointed a knife at her? A. She asked the passengers for help. B. She ran to a policeman for help. C. She caught hold of his knife. 8. Who caught the robber when his was running away? A. Two other passengers. 听第 7 段材料,回答第 9 至 11 题。 9. What are they discussing about? B. A policeman. C. The woman herself. B. $6.5. B. $68. B. 10:14. C. $13. C. $86. C. 10:28. 2. How much do they have between them? 3. What time did the woman arrive?

A. How to spend the weekend. B. Where to go this evening. C. What to do on Sunday evening. 10. What aren’t there that night according to the man? A. Films. A. To see a film. B. Plays. B. To watch a new play. C. Concerts. C. To go to a dance party. 11. What do they finally decide to go? 听第 8 段材料,回答第 12 至 13 题。 12. What are they talking about? A. Where to spend their holiday. B. How to drive a tractor. C. Their summer vacation. 13. Did the woman go away for her holiday? A. No. Her mother has been in hospital. B. Yes. She went to Italy. C. No. She watched TV every day. 听第 9 段材料,回答第 14 至 17 题。 14. What is the English problem with the man? A. Writing. B. Speaking. C. Listening. 15. What advice does the woman give the man? A. To practice with others. B. To listen to more English program. C. To practice himself. 16. What is the man’s another problem? A. Written English. B. Oral English. C. Understanding others. 17. What advice does the woman give the man? A. To keep diaries every day. B. To watch TV often. C. To find a pen friend. 听第 10 段材料,回答第 18 至 20 题。 18. How can light and bright color influence people? A. It can only make people happy. B. It can make people sad. C. It can make people happy and active. 19. Which color would have made the number of self-murder attempts fall even more sharply? A. Black. B. Green. C. Pink. 20. What is the main idea of the passage? A. Light colors make people feel more cheerful. B. Colors can influence people’s moods.

C. Dark colors make people feel sad. 第二部分: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、D 四个选项中,选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项。 21. Mr. Smith owns _____collection of coins than anyone else I have ever met. A. larger B. a larger C. the larger D. a large 22. — Do you want tea or coffee? —______. I really don't mind. A. None B. Neither C. Either D. All 23. _______was most important to her, she told me, was her family. A. It B. This C. What D. As 24. Occasions are quite rare ______I have the time to spend a day with my kids. A. who B. which C. why D. when 25. — Do you know if Terry will go camping this weekend? —Terry? Never! She ________tents and fresh air! A. has hated B. hated C. will hate D. hates 26. Would it be ____for you to pick me up at four o’clock and take me to the airport? A. free B. vacant C. handy D. convenient 27. If there's a lot of work______, I'm happy to just keep on until it is finished. A. to do B. to be doing C. done D. doing 28. —Did you see a man in black pass by just now? —No, sir. I ________ a newspaper. A. read B. was reading C. would read D. am reading 29. —Dad! Tom's broken a glass! — ________. Accidents will happen. A. No way B. Doesn't matter C. No trouble at all D. Don't mention it 30.She devoted herself A.strongly to her research and it earned her a good reputation in her field . B.extremely C.entirely D.freely

31.People try to avoid public transportation delays by using their own cars , and this creates further problems . A.in short B.in case C.in doubt D.in turn

32. “Goodbye, then,” she said, without even ___________ from her book. A. looking down B. looking up C. looking away D. looking on 33. —Mary’s score on the test is the highest in her class. —Really? She A.may 34. A.If only in other countries. A.so have studied very hard. B.ought to B.What if C.must C.As if D.should D.Even if is often the case

we move the picture over there? Do you think it will look better?

35.The British are not so familiar with different cultures and other ways of doing things, B.what C.as D.that

36. Is this hotel which offered you a job _______ you stayed the first time you arrived here? A. which B. in which C. that D. where

37. As time went by, the plan they stuck _______ fairly practical. A. to proved B. to proving C. proved D. to be proved 38. Jim sold most of his things. He has hardly ______ left in the house. A. anything B. everything C. nothing D. something 39. I have no dreams A.rather than A.do to have a happy life. B.more than B.help C.other than . C.work D.suit D.less than

40. If you can’t spare me an hour, a quarter will

第二节 完型填空(共 20 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 20 分) 阅读下面短文,撑握其大意,然后从 41—60 各题所给的四个选项(A、B、C 和 D)中,选出最佳选项 It's fourteen years since I left the Philippines to live with my family in the USA. A month ago, while on summer vacation back in my motherland, I learned a lesson from mosquito (蚊子) bites. Right before 41 Kennedy Airport in New York, my grandma 42 me of the behavior of the native mosquitoes around the 43 like me. She said, "There's an old saying—the 44 you stay away from the motherland, the sweeter your blood 45 to the mosquitoes. " Not 46 it, I replied, "Grandma, that's just an old wives' tale!" Well, less than a week 47 my arrival in Manila, I was already carpeted with a 48 of mosquito bites. I took many measures to keep myself from being 49 , but they all proved useless. Late one 50 in my cousin's home, I couldn't bear the 51 of the bites. Hoping to find some comfort, I 52 my cousin, who was sleeping peacefully in the bed next to mine. Unhappy for being 53 she said, "There is nothing you can do. Go back to sleep. " With a few turns, she slept again. Enviously (妒嫉地) 54 her sleep, I hoped a big mosquito would 55 on her face. However, the mosquitoes would just lightly dance around her forehead and fly away quickly, never biting her. Amazed (惊奇的), I ran to others' 56 , only to find they were all sleeping 57 as the same thing occurred again and again. From those bites, I came to 58 my grandma's silly tale. From then on, I've always tried to keep a(n) 59 mind about those strange old wives' tales 60 they do have some truth to them. 41. A. leaving B. passing C. visiting D. finding 42. A. persuaded B. reminded C. warned D. informed 43. A. students B. friends C. passengers D. visitors 44. A. earlier B. longer C. sooner D. later 45. A. grows B. goes C. flows D. remains 46. A. expecting B. understanding C. recognizing D. believing 47. A. after B. before C. when D. as 48. A. shade B. pile C. cloud D. blanket 49. A. touched B. bitten C. defeated D. discovered 50. A. morning B. afternoon C. evening D. night 51. A. noise B. hit C. pain D. effect 52. A. woke up B. shouted at C. looked for D. dropped on 53. A. blamed B. interrupted C. moved D. frightened 54. A. having B. watching C. making D. helping 55. A. land B. fly C. fall D. wait 56. A. houses B. flats C. rooms D. homes 57. A. joyfully B. anxiously C. soundlessly D. worriedly 58. A. tell B. know C. remember D. accept 59. A. open B. active C. clear D. honest 60. A. and B. so C. because D. until 第三部分:阅读理解(共 25 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。 A Years ago while lying in my hammock(吊床)and drinking JD from the bottle, I noticed my dog dragging something under the fence. Upon inspection, to my disappointment, I realized it was the next door neighbor’s 10 – year – old daughter’s rabbit. For years I had watched her come home from school and head straight out to its cage, free it and play with it in the yard. I knew that day would be no different and fearing for our dog, I had to think fast. The rabbit was quite dirty, as if it had put up quite a struggle, so I washed it, combed it with the dog brush and blew it dry with the leaf blower. Upon finishing its grooming I jumped the fence and replaced it back in its cage hoping its death would be written off as “natural caused”. Back to the hammock and JD. Within the hour the neighbor’s Volvo pulled in as usual and out popped the little girl, and as usual she headed straight for the cage. Only this time she stopped about six feet away and screamed: “D—A—D—D—Y!!!”. Her father, panic stricken, stood looking at the cage. Being the good neighbor that I am, I rushed to fence and asked if there was anything I could do. Her father less than calmly shouted, “What kind of sick individual would dig up a little girl’s rabbit and put it back in its cage?” 61.The girl was shocked because . A.the rabbit was killed by someone B.the rabbit was too clean C.the dead rabbit was cleaned and put back into the cage D.the rabbit was asleep in the cage 62.That day the girl ran to the cage . A.because her rabbit was there B.because she had a habit of going there to see her rabbit C.because she wanted to see her rabbit again D.because the rabbit was dead 63.We can infer that the rabbit . A.was alive before the writer saw his dog dragging it B.was already dead before the writer saw his dog dragging it C.was in the cage playing with the dog D.was at the fence seeking out for food before it was killed by the dog 64.According to the story, the writer . A.was helpful to his neighbor B.did a smart thing C.was honest D.made a mistake B It's great fun to explore (探索) new places—it feels like an adventure, even when you know you're not the first to have been there. But make sure not to get lost or waste time going round in circles. ● Do the map reading if you're being driven somewhere. It'll be easier if you keep turning the map so it follows the direction you' re traveling in. Keep looking ahead so that you can give the driver lots of warning before having to make a turn, or you'll have to move to the back seat. ● Get a group of friends together and go exploring. You'll need a good map, a compass (指南针), a raincoat, a cell phone to call for help in case you get lost, and a bit of spare cash for emergencies (应急现金). Tell someone where you're going before you set out and let them know what time you expect to be back. The test is in not getting lost, not in seeing how fast you can go, so always stick

together, waiting for slower friends to catch up. ● See if your school or a club organizes orienteering activities, in which you need a map and a compass to find your way. This can be done as a sport, with teams trying to find the way from A to B (and B to C, etc. ) in the fastest time, or simply as a spare-time activity. Either way, it's not only good fun, but a great way to keep fit. 65. Sitting beside the driver, you should ________. A. direct the driver when necessary B. look ahead to see where there's a turn C. move to the back seat if feeling uncomfortable D. keep looking at the map to find a place to go to 66. Why do you need to tell someone your exploration plan before setting out? A. To get information when in danger. B. To be saved in case of an accident. C. To share the fun with him/her in exploration. D. To tell him/her what's going on with the group members. 67. Orienteering activities can ________. A. make people work fast B. help people stay healthy C. help people organize other activities D. make people get prepared for sports C The word “death” is a word many Chinese friends tell me I should not say aloud. They advise me to avoid the word because only speaking of it may bring ill fortune. I deeply believe, however, that to know how to live, we must also know how to die. The problem is how do we talk about death? Like everyone in Taiwan this week, I have had “Tomb Sweeping Day”. I am proud to be part of a people whose culture sends millions of families to cemeteries on this special day to share memories and endless love. Today, eight days after the death of Pope John Paul II, millions of people of all backgrounds still grieve(悲痛) his passing away. He was a deeply human person who knew how to laugh and show emotions, a writer with a gift for words a leader who appealed to us by the sheer light of his love for life. On the same day and only hours before the Holy Father left us, a friend of mine named Veronica McBride died of cancer in a small Wisconsin city. My friend Veronica was 52 years old. She was an attractive, humorous young woman who, as the saying goes, “never married”. She published several humor books with her mother, Mary McBride. She enjoyed traveling, and for years sent Christmas card photos of herself standing beside monuments or odd animals. She fought cancer for five years. She joked about her treatment keeping her pretty because it kept her thin, and told me she didn’t mind losing her hair because of chemo therapy. “I get to wear nice wigs!” The last time I saw Veronica was when I visited her family on a sunny day in August in 2003. When she burst into the front door later and saw me in the living room, she ignored me completely in her hurry to hug her newest baby nephew, leaving me shaking my head in laughter at her. As we look to the significance of the Holy Father and his life, surely we must also keep our eyes open to see the wonder and goodness in ordinary people who show us how to live and how to die. 68. The purpose of the article is ___________. A. to memorize his friend Veronica B. to talk about the significance of life and death

C. to teach us how to face life and death D. to compare his friend and the Holy Father Pope John Paul II 69. The underlined phrase “chemo therapy” in Paragraph 4 probably means __________. A. a medical treatment C. a kind of medicine B. a kind of cancer D. the newest machine

70. Why does the writer compare the Holly Father with his friend? A. Because they are both the persons he admires. B. Because they have a lot in common. C. Because he wants to show that ordinary people can be great as well. D. Because he wants to memorize them both. 71. From the phrase “burst into”, we can see that Veronica is ____________. A. brave B. sportive C. humorous D. energetic

D Melissa Poe was 9 years old when she began a campaign for a cleaner environment by writing a letter to the then President Bush. Through her on efforts, her letter was reproduced on over 250 donated billboards (广告 牌)across the country. The response to her request for help was so huge that Poe established Kids For A Cleaner Environment (Kids F.A.C.E.) in 1989. There are now 300,000 members of Kids F.A.C.E. worldwide and it is the world’s largest youth environmental organization. Poe has also asked the National Park Service to carry out a “Children’s Forest” project in every national park. In 1992, she was invited one of only six children in the world to speak at the Earth Summit in Brazil as part of the Voices of the future Program. In 1993, she was given a Caring Award for her efforts by the Caring Institute. Since the organization started, Kids F.A.C.E. members have distributed and planted over 1 million trees! Ongoing tree-planting projects include Kids’ Yards — the creation of backyard wildlife habitats (栖息地) and now Kids F.A.C.E. is involved in the exciting Odyssey, which is a great way to start helping. “We try to tell kids that it’s not OK to be lazy,” she explains, “You need to start being a response, environmentally friendly person now, right now, before you become a resource-sucking adult.” 72. Kids F.A.C.E. is __________. A. a program to help students with writing B. a project of litter recycling C. a campaign launched by President Bush D. a club of environmental protection 73. What can we learn about Poe? A. She was awarded a prize in Brazil. B. She donated billboards across the country. C. She got positive responses for her efforts. D. She joined the National Park Service. 74. Kid’s Yards is ____________. A. established in national park B. started to protect wildlife C. a wildlife-raising project D. an environment park for kids 75. Which of the following can be inferred from the text?

A. Adults are resources –sucking people. B. Poe sought help from a youth organization C. Kids F.A.C.E. members are from the U.S. D. Kids are urged to save natural resources. E Napoleon, as a character in Tolstoy’s War and Peace, is more than once described as having “fat little hands.’’ Nor does he “sit well or firmly on the horse.’’ He is said to be “undersized.’’ with“short legs’’ and a “round stomach”. The issue here is not the accuracy of Tolstoy’s description--it seems not that far off from historical accounts but his choice of facts:other things that could be said of the man are not said. We are meant to understand the difference of a warring commander in the body of a fat little Frenchman. Tolstoy’s Napoleon could be any man wandering in the streets and putting a little of powdered tobacco up his nose—and that is the point. It is a way the novelist uses to show the moral nature of a character. And it turns out that, as Tolstoy has it, Napoleon is a crazy man. In a scene in Book Three of War and Peace, the wars having reached the critical year of 1812, Napoleon receives a representative from the Tsar(沙皇), who has come with peace terms. Napoleon is very angry:doesn’t he have more army? He, not the Tsar, is the one to make the terms. He will destroy all of Europe if his army is stopped. “That is what you will have gained by engaging me in the war!” he shouts. And then, Tolstoy writes, Napoleon “walked silently several times up and down the room, his fat shoulders moving quickly.’’ Still later, after reviewing his army amid cheering crowds, Napoleon invites the shaken Russian to dinner. “He raised his hand to the Russian’s…face,” Tolstoy writes, and “taking him by the ear pulled it gently….” To have one’s ear pulled by the Emperor was considered the greatest honor and mark of favor at the French court. “Well, well, why don’t you say anything?’’ said he, as if it was ridiculous in his presence to respect any one but himself, Napoleon. Tolstoy did his research, but the composition is his own. 76. Tolstoy’s description of Napoleon in War and Peace is _________. A. far from the historical facts B. based on the Russian history C. based on his selection of facts D. not related to historical details 77. Napoleon was angry when receiving the Russian representative because _________. A. he thought he should be the one to make the peace terms B. the Tsar's peace terms were hard to accept C. the Russians stopped his military movement D. he didn’t have any more army to fight with 78. What did Napoleon expect the Russian representative to do? A. To walk out of the room in anger. B. To show agreement with him. C. To say something about the Tsar. D. To express his admiration. 79. Tolstoy intended to present Napoleon as a man who is _________. A. ill-mannered in dealing with foreign guests B. fond of showing off his iron will C. determined in destroying all of Europe D. crazy for power and respect 80. What does the last sentence of the passage imply? A. A writer doesn’t have to be faithful to his findings. B. A writer may write about a hero in his own way.

C. A writer may not be responsible for what he writes. D. A writer has hardly any freedom to show his feelings. 第二节: 任务型阅读。在第81 至85 题中, 有五个在苏格兰度假的游客打算找旅馆。 阅读下面 6 个 旅馆的介绍(选项),选出符合各人需求的最佳选项,并在答题纸上将该选项标号涂黑。选项中有一项是多 余选项。 81. _______ Two women friends want to do several all-day hikes in the mountains during the spring. They like a place with traditional decorations and superb views. 82. _______ A woman with two children aged six and ten will spend July in Scotland. The children are interested in animals and plants and the mother enjoys fashions. 83. _______ A handicapped lawyer must use a wheelchair and drive her own car. She enjoys concerts, museums, fine architecture and swimming. She will spend the first two weeks of October in Scotland. 84. _______ A writer, a teacher and their one-year-old daughter want to be in a quiet place during August. They enjoy good food, and like to take long walks (the baby rides in a back-pack). 85. ________ An old couple, aged 65 and 68, love mountain scenery and still take easy walks by the lakeside when they can. They hope to enjoy fresh air and some relaxing activities. A. Edinburgh. Post House A popular base for visitors to Edinburgh, this fine hotel stands next to the zoological Gardens within easy reach of the many famous sights, shops and entertainments of one of Europe’s most elegant capitals. B. Gatehouse of Fleet. Cally Hotel This impressive hotel, well-known for its good Scottish cooking, is an ideal choice for a relaxing family holiday. Set in 100 acres of private grounds, the Cally, a former stately home, has something for everyone including its own fishing lake, outdoor heated swimming pools, green lawn, tennis court, children’s playground and sauna baths. C. Glenborrodale. Glenborrodale Castle Hotel There can be few better places for a refreshing holiday than this picturesque hotel set in its own 120 acres of beautiful countryside by charming Lake Sunart on the Ardnamurchan Peninsular (半岛). Boating and fishing are both available. D. Inverness. Royal Hotel A unique feature of the Royal is its fine collection of antique furniture, china and glass. This friendly comfortable hotel, a favorite meeting place for the towns people, is an excellent base for getting to know the Highlands-Lake Ness, Great Gien and Culloden Moor are all within easy reach. E. Peebles. Tontine Hotel The Tontine had a fascinating beginning –it was built in1808. This homely hotel has been extended to make it a really comfortable base for exploring the Tweed Valley and the attractive Lowland country. F. North Berwick. Marine Hotel This fine hotel overlooks the famous West Links golf course and is close to several sandy beaches. The Marine has its own open-air swimming pool and putting green as well as tennis courts, squash courts and saunas. Edinburgh, well-known for its art festivals, is only some 24 miles away. 第四部分:写作(共两节,满分 35 分)

第一节 短文改错(共 10 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 10 分) 此题要求改正所给短文中的十处错误。 I was only about six that he held his hand out to me. I took it in me and we walked. Then I ask him, “Grandpa, how come you have so much lines on your hand?” he laughed and said, “Well, that’s big question!” He was silent for a moment. So he answered slowly: “Each these lines stands for a trouble in my life.” I looked at his other hands. “But Grandpa, what do you have more lines on that one? ” “Because there are more the honors and joys in my life.”

第二节:书面表达(满分 30 分) 实现有效的沟通,建立良好的人际关系,不仅要善于言表,更要学会倾听。请你根据下表中所提供的 信息,写一篇题为 “Being a Good Listener” 的英文演讲稿。 为何倾听 谁来倾听 怎样倾听 注意: 1. 对所给要点,逐一陈述,适当发挥,不要简单翻译。 2. 词数 150 左右。开头和结尾已经写好,不计入总词数。 3. 演讲稿中不得提及考生所在学校及本人姓名。 表示尊重,增进理解,建立良好的人际关系 家长倾听孩子 老师倾听学生 同学相互倾听 理解孩子,消除代沟,…… 了解学生,满足需求,…… 增进友谊,互帮互学,……

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嘉兴一中 2010 届高三第一学期摸底考试 英语试题答案 一.听力 1-5 BACCB 33. C 6-10 ACABC 11-15 ACACB 24. D 25. D 26.D 38. A 39. C 16-20 ACCCB 27. A 28. B 29. B 30. C 40. A 31. D 32. B 二.单选 21. B 22. C 23. C 34. B 35. C 三.完型

36. D 37. A

41.A.表示离开纽约肯尼迪机场之前。 42.C.我外婆警告注意蚊子的一举一动。 43.D.因为是我回到家乡,所以称为 visitors. 44. B.你离开祖国的时间越久,那么就越容易被蚊子吸血。 45.A.此处使用 grow,表示逐渐变得。 46.D.我根本就不相信这些故事。 47.A.在我到达马尼拉之后不足一周的时间里。 48.D.Carpet 和 blanket 都有地毯之意,此处用 be carpeted with 表示被…厚厚覆盖;而 a blanket of 指厚厚 的一层。 49.B.采取措施以免遭受蚊子叮咬。 50.D.指睡觉当时很晚的情景,故用 night. 51. C.指不堪忍受蚊子叮咬的疼痛。 52.A.于是我就叫醒了表姑。 53.B.因为我打扰了她,所以她不高兴。 54.B.然后我就看着她睡得安然的样子。 55.A.我这时真希望蚊子去叮她,即蚊子停留在她的脸上。 56.C.我跑到其他人的房间去观看,故用 watching. 57. C.结果却发现他们都睡得自在,soundlessly 表示无声地;寂静地。 58.D.经历了这些事之后,我开始逐渐接受外婆所讲的故事了。 59.A.所以我尽力去敞开心扉去聆听老人的故事。 60.C.因为我认为他们讲得很有道理。 四. 阅读 A篇 61-64 CBBD

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65. A. 细节推理题。根据文章第二段的 keep looking ahead so that you can give the driver lots of warning …得知。 66.B.细节推理题。根据文章第三段得知。 67.B.细节题。根据文章第四段的最后一句话 a great way to keep fit 得知。 C 篇 68-71. CACD

D 篇 72. D 细节理解题。 由第二段关键句 “Kids For A Cleaner Environment (Kids F.A.C.E.)…..is the world's largest youth environmental organization..” 可知 Kids For A Cleaner Environment (Kids F.A.C.E.)是一个环境保 护组织。 73. C 推理判断题。由第一段关键句“Through her own efforts, her letter was reproduced on over 250 donated billboards across the country.” 和第二段关键句 “The response to her request for help was so huge that… “。A 项错在 in Brazil. B 项错在 donated .D 项错在 joined 74. B 细节理解题。由第四段的内容描述 “Ongoing tree-planting projects include Kid's Yards—the creation of backyard wildlife habitats (栖息地)…” 可知 Kid's Yards 成立的目的是来保护野生动物的。 75 D 推理判断题。由倒数第二段 “Club members started doing things like recycling, picking up litter and planting trees as well as inviting other kids to join their club” 和最后一段的 “ ‘We try to tell kids that it's not OK to be lazy,’ she explains. ‘You need to start being a responsible, environmentally friendly person now, right away, before you become a resource-sucking adult.’.” 可知向孩子们发出了号召和呼吁,积极行动起来 去保护自然,做一个有责任感的,为环境负责的人。 E 篇 76. C 从 Para1 第四句“…it seems not that far off from…but his choice of facts” 可知。 77. A 文章所述之故事,是为了刻画拿破仑爱面子、争强好胜的人物性格。 78. A 前一段提及,俄罗斯使者带着和*条约到来,使得拿破仑王者尊严受损,因此用餐时,拿 破仑想借着“taking him by the ear pulled it gently…”给使者一个下马威。 79. D 从拿破仑接见俄罗斯使者一事,可知拿破仑是一个好强、对权力和尊严狂热的人。 80. A “findings”从“research”中来,意思是,即使调查发现史实是这样,但作者也不需要原原本 本地照搬事实来进行创作。 任务型阅读:81—85 EAFBC 六. 改错 86. that — when 90. That’s 后加 a 94. what — why 七. 作文 〖要点整合〗 1、倾听能表示尊重,增进理解,建立良好的人际关系; 2、家长倾听孩子,理解孩子,消除代沟,……; 3、老师倾听学生,了解学生,满足需求,……; 87. me —mine 91. So — Then / And 95. the 去掉 88. ask — asked 89. much — many 92. Each∧ these 加上 of 93. hands — hand

4、同学相互倾听,增进友谊,互帮互学,…… 5、怎样倾听,学生根据自己的见解发表看法。 〖参考范文〗 Good afternoon, everyone. The topic of my speech today is “Being a Good Listener”. Good listening can always show respect, promote understanding, and improve interpersonal relationship. Many people suggest that parents should listen more to their children, so they will understand them better, and find it easy to narrow the generation gap; teachers should listen more to their students, then they can meet their needs better, and place themselves in a good relationship with their students; students should listen more to their classmates, thus they will help and learn from each other, and a friendship is likely to be formed. What I want to stress is that each of us should listen to others. Show your respect and never stop others till they finish their talk; show you are interested by a supportive silence or a knowing smile; be open-minded to different opinions even though you don’t like them. In a word, good listening can really enable us to get closer to each other. Thank you for your listening! (151 词)




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