2018年山东省青岛市城阳区高三上学期期中学分认定考试英语试题 - 在线阅读版

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2017—20l8学年度第一学期期中考试试卷

高三英语

(考试时间:120分钟 试卷满分:150)

注意事项:

1.本试卷由四个部分组成。其中,第一、二部分和第三部分的第一节为选择题。第三部分的第二节和第四部分为非选择题。

2.答卷前,考生务必将自己的姓名、准考证号填写在答题卡上。

3.回答选择题时,选出每小题答案后,用2B铅笔把答题卡上对应题目的答案标号涂黑;回答非选择题时,将答案写在答题卡上,写在本试卷上无效。

第一部分:听力(20小题,每题1.5分,满分30)

做题时,先将答案标在试卷上。录音内容结束后,你将有两分钟的时间将试卷上的答案转涂到答题卡上。

第一节 (5小题;每小题1.5分,满分7.5)

听下面5段对话。每段对话后有一个小题,从题中所给的ABC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。

1Where does the conversation take place?

AOn a busBIn an elevatorCIn a taxi

2What will the man do in Edinburgh?

ADo business with Justin

BGive Justin the medicines

CTell Justin his new address

3What kind of music does the man like?

AJazz BClassical CFolk

4When does the conversation take place?

AIn February BIn April CIn September

5Whose advice did the woman follow?

AThe shop assistant's BHer sister's CHer mother's

第二节 (15小题;每小题15分,满分22.5)

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ABC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。

听下面一段对话,回答第6和第7两个小题。

6. What are the speakers mainly discussing?

AWhere’to buy tickets BWhere to get a camera CWhere to park the car.

7Where will the speakers meet?

AAt the market BAt the camera shop CAt the sports stadium

听下面一段对话,回答第8和第9两个小题。

8What does the man have to do now?

AMake a decision BLook for a jobCPlan a trip

9What does the woman think of the job in America?

ADangerous BBoring CExciting

听下面一段对话,回答第10至第12三个小题。

10When should students meet for the field trip?

AAt 700 amBAt 715 am CAt 800 am

11How will the boy’probably get to school today?

ATake the bus BTake his mom’s car CTake MrsAnderson’s car

12What is the relationship between the woman and MrsAnderson?

AColleagues BNeighbors CBest friends

听下面一段对话,回答第13至第16四个小题。

13What kind of people is The Knife and Talk popular with?

ATruck driversBActors COffice workers

14What does the woman like most about the restaurant?

APop music BGreat waitresses CQuiet environment

15What does the man say about his favorite restaurant?

AIt offers great foodBIts tables are pinkCIt was just opened

16What does the man have for lunch?

AFish pie BPancakes CSausages

听下面一段独白,回答第17至第20四个小题。

l7Which competition is suitable for the listeners?

AThe high levelBThe low level CThe middle level

18What is the topic for this year?

AWeather BTravel CChange

19What are the listeners advised to do to get ideas?

AAsk Maria for help

BRead the poem called Rain

CBorrow books from the library

20What will the school spend the prize money on this year?

AThe computersBThe libraryCThe lab

第二部分 阅读理解(共两节,满分40)

第一节 (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(ABCD)中,选出最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。

A

Everyone talks about the benefits of taking time out for“simple pleasures.”The idea is that we will be happier if we regularly do Inexpensiveeasy-to-do activities

Howeverthe problem for many of us is that we don’t know what makes us happy

When I was in collegemy mother gave me some wise adviceShe said,“Before you get married and live with another personyou need to spend some time living by yourselfYou need to get to know yourself.”

So I did exactly thatFor almost two yearsI lived by myselfI found that I love to spend hours looking around in bookstoresI also love to spend all afternoon just walking around the cityAnd every So oftenI need moments of pure silence

Butof coursewe all don’t enjoy the same things

A simple pleasure for me would be to spend an hour reading a book in my backyard(后院)Howeverthat same activity would give my husband no pleasureWe are all so different

Sometimeswe already know what makes us happyHoweveras life gets busier and we get olderwe putaside our simple pleasures

For exampleI had to give up playing the flute(长笛)when I started working and had family responsibilitiesPlaying my flute seemed selfish when no one else in my family could participatebut three years ago I returned to playing the fluteI regret having ever stopped

Simple pleasures are neither simple nor are they universal

Our simple pleasures are a reflection(反映)of who we areThey are unique activities that give each of us joy

Certainly there are some common themes—such as being out in naturedoing something creativeor appreciating music and literature—but beyond thateach of us has to determine what it is that feeds our souls

That isn’t always easy in a world in which we have to consider other people’s needs and opinions as well as our ownbut enjoying simple pleasures is something that each of us deserves

Think of it as your rightand say to yourself,“TodayI'm going to discover what my simple pleasures are.”

21What is the author’s opinion about simple pleasures?

AThey change as we grow older

BThey can express our characters

CIt’s too expensive to achieve them

DOnly people with no responsibilities should enjoy them

22What does the author intend to show by sharing her experience of living by herself?

AWise people often take their mother’s advice

BA couple doesn’t necessarily share the same interests

CIt’s necessary to live alone before getting married

DIt’s worth spending time alone enjoying simple pleasures

23What can we learn from the author’s experience of playing the flute?

AWe should develop an interest that others can take part in

BFamily responsibilities are more important than our own interests

CEntertaining our family is better than entertaining ourselves

DKeeping our interests alive is a good way to make ourselves happy

24With the last two paragraphsthe author____________

Asuggests readers ignore others’opinions

Bthinks simple pleasures are the most important part of life

Cencourages readers to get simple pleasures bravely

Dteaches readers to balance others’needs with our own

B

Most parentsand many university counselors(顾问)still believe that the high school years should be full of activities that show a student’s ability to do just about everythingVolunteering? YesSports? YesGreat musician and head of the student body? Yesand yes

But here’s the realityUniversity admissions officers at top schools in the US would prefer to see a student who is passionate(充满热情的)about a single topic rather than a student who does many things at a superficial(肤浅的)levelUniversities no longer want to fill their freshman classes with well—rounded kidsTheir goal is to make an interesting classfilled with kids very different from each other who will make the university a better place.

In factlong lists of varied activities can be seen as a warning signIs the list of activities just an attempt to impress otherswith busyness masking the fact that the student has no idea what they are really interested in? Admissions officers have seen it all before.

If you really want to do something impressivefind ways to express just a couple of interests or passionsIf you love soccerplay on the school teamvolunteer with a kids’soccer program, and train to be a soccer referee(裁判)If you are a violin playerget involved with a local community orchestra give free violin lessons to elementary studentsand write your own music.

By focusing on your true interestsyou will build a high school resume(简历)that shows the admissions department who you really are

25What kind of students are university admissions officers really looking for according to the article?

AWell-rounded students

BHard-working students

CStudents focusing on their true passions

DStudents passionate about many activities

26What does the underlined word“it”in Paragraph 3 refer to?

AStudents being great musicians

BStudents having many different skills

CStudents not joining any sports clubs

DStudents not knowing their real interests

27According to the articleyou might impress admissions officers by____________

Aproviding a long list of different activities

Bshowing your true personality on the application

Cexpressing your strong interest in the university

Dfilling your resume with all the achievements you’ve made

C

For a lot of peoplegetting a full night’s sleep is nothing more than just a dreamSome of us climb into bed in the early eveningand the next thing we knowit’s 2 in the morning and we’re still staring at the ceiling

It’s common knowledge that sleep problems can be caused by things such as stressanxiety, or even using a smartphone before bedtimeBut recentlya team of researchers discovered that genes(基因)could also be a cause of sleepless nights

The scientistsfrom Rockefeller University in New YorkUSfound that delayed sleep phase disorder(DSPD,睡眠时相延迟障碍)a condition that affects one’s sleeping patternsis passed down via a mutated(突变的)geneDSPD sufferers wake up later and go to bed later than the average person.

To come to their conclusionthe team studied a 46-year-old woman who is only usually able to fall asleep at 2 or 3 in the morning

It was discovered that the woman’s body produces the hormone(荷尔蒙)that helps us sleep at night up to seven hours later than regular sleepers. The scientists found this was caused by a mutation in one of the woman’s geneone that helps regulate(调节)me“body clock”

Some of the woman’s family members were also found to share the same mutation—and the same sleeping problems—leading the scientists to believe that sleep troubles are passed down through the generations

Howeverhaving this mutation doesn’t mean you automatically have sleep problemsThe team also found two people who had the mutation but reported no problems with their sleep

But while this is all interesting discoveryit offers no help to those who can’t fall asleep at night—although there are a few things you could try to help you sleep earlier

BBC journalist Michael Mosley produced a TV documentary in May in which he talked about his battle with insomnia(失眠)and the techniques he used

“I avoid social media for at least an hour before bedI do mindfulness(正念冥想)exercisesand if I wake up in the middle of the nightI read a book for all hour or so,”he wrote in an article for the Radio Times

28What have scientists recently discovered about sleep problems?

ASleep problems can be a result of genetics

BStress and anxiety can cause sleep problems

CSmartphones are the main cause of steep problems nowadays

DSleep problems are more common among younger people

29What can we learn about the mutation of the gene related to sleep?

AIt will produce the hormone that helps us sleep better

BIt doesn’t necessarily cause sleep problems

CIt will be passed down to every future generation

DIt can be changed to help solve sleep problems

30What does Michael Mosley suggest doing before sleep to fight against insomnia?

AListening to light music

BReading interesting books

CDoing some outdoor exercises

DKeeping away from social media

31What’s the man purpose of the article?

ATo give advice to avoid sleepless nights

BTo explain different reasons for sleep problems

CTo warn readers of the bad influence of sleeping late

DTo report the discovery of a genetic cause for sleep problems

D

It has been a hot summer in many areas in China but short study tours abroad seem to be even hotterParents spend tens of thousands of yuan on such study toursespecially to places where top universities are located

There are busloads of students in some college towns abroadand they make great contribution to the local economyThe universities charge a good amount of money for campus tourslargely because too many students come visitingBut students are not likely to be discouraged by the high admission feesThey go to such towns in greater numbers and enjoy the sightstake photographsand go through activities

Back hometheir parents proudly post the photos of their children on these study tours on social mediaA hidden peer pressure(同龄人压力)is building up among middle-income group parentsThese tours therefore contribute to making our time an age of increasing anxietyThese daysmany mothers and fathers don’t believe they are doing enough for their kids unless they spend as muchif not moremoney as their neighbors doThe university tours abroad are attracting more and more parents who care deeply about their children's formal educationalmost to a faultbut seldom consider the other opportunities their children can have

For instanceparents could send their kids to some local scenic spots where they can spend much time and be nourished(滋养)by vitamin N(N for nature)City-based parents could let their children stay with a relative in the countryside so that they develop empathy(共鸣)and interpersonal communication skills by living with a different group of peopleThey couldfor a changebuy or borrow them books so that they enhance their knowledge while letting their imagination fly

“Being theredone that”is not necessarily educational if the exposure is shortthe visits hurriedand interaction with locals rareBesidesdue to capacity issuesstudents are usually not allowed to spend much time in one areaThe children who need role models just get a quick glance of these placeswithout even seeing many students who leave schools during the summer vacation

Perhapsfuture tourscould be organized to not the“hot”academic institutionsbut to some lesser-known college towns where full immersion(沉浸)is possible

Stillif some parents want to send their children to Oxford or Cambridgethey should ask the youngsters to use their eyes and ears moreand phones and cameras lessChildren learn more that way

32What can we learn about study tours abroad mentioned in the passage?

AThey are hotter but even cheaper.

BThey have no influence on the local economy.

CStudents are unwilling to take such study tours

DParents are proud of their children’s study tours abroad

33What can we infer from the third paragraph?

AMiddle-income group parents have no pressure from other parents

BEducational worries of parents are increasing because of study tours abroad

CParents believe they can do enough for their kids although they don’t spend much

DParents not only care about their children’s formal education but also consider the other opportunities their children can have

34What does the underlined word in paragraph 4 mean?

ADevelopBChangeCIncreaseDReduce

35What can be the best title of the passage?

AHotter short study tours abroad

BAn age of increasing anxiety

CBeing theredone that

DCool advice for hot study tours abroad

第二节(5小题:每小题2分,满分10)

根据短文内容,从短文后的选项中选出能填入空白处的最佳选项。选项中有两项为多余选项。

It might seem that entering senior high school is the end of childhoodIt might seem as if all there is ahead as a senior high school student is lots of worklots of examsand lots of pressure

36 For every late night completing homework ahead of youthere’s also an opportunityThere may be less of the fun your younger self enjoyedbut different pleasures lie ahead

You’11 find that people start to treat you differentlyAdults will give you more respect because they’11 recognize you as one of them 37 There’11 be less ordering about(支使) in the classroomand more calm conversation

As you growyour sense of what is rewarding in life changesIn senior high schoolyou’11 have the chance to develop your new interests 38 At those clubsand in classyou’11 build new friendships

There will be hard work and pressurebut you’ve reached a turning point in lifeYou’re about to leave the narrow lane(窄巷)of childhood and enter the open highway of your future

39 These were people who had dreams—they needed to be toughand they both faced great challengesBut they succeededand won glory

Now it’s your turn 40

AThis will be especially true of teachers

BBut that isn’t the way to think about your new journey

CIt might seem as if the carefreelight-hearted days are gone forever

DYou’re in senior highand your own great adventure has already begun

EYou’11 have as much fun as beforebut it will be a different kind of fun

FYou are an adventurer-a modem-day Xuan Zang or Amelia Earhart

GThe clubs you can join will suit the fact that you’re a little older

第三部分 英语知识运用(共两节,满分45)

第一节 完形填空(20小题;每小题1.5分,满分30)

阅读下面短文,从短文后各题所给的四个选项(ABCD)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。

As my husbandWaynestood on the busy New York city street trying to stop a taxiI tried to protect my daughter from the cold wind and rain

41 and wetmy husband gave up his attempt to flag down a taxiI knew the 42 Just after her first birthdayour daughter Erica was diagnosed(诊断)with a 43 brain illnessSince that momentWayne and I felt like runners in a marathon race where the finish line kept 44 We knew Erica was running out of 45 It had taken months before we finally had a name for the 46 but we were told only a handful of specialists in the world 47 the precise operationsNowas we finally found a brilliant doctor to 48 our girlwe were trapped in a strange 49 in the cold rain

Just at the momenta middle-aged woman pulled over and said,“Pardon me? May I offer you a(n) 50 ?”

Before we could say anythingshe continued,“It” really no 51 for meJust get on.”

It was then that I notited her thick Irish accentwhich 52 me up like hot soupWe simply said,“Thanks! Roosevelt Hospitalplease,”as we got in her car for the ride

“Are you going 53 the baby?”she asked us

I nodded my headholding back my 54

At the hospitalwe 55 her a dozen times for the fideAs the woman hugged meI 56 her face was wet with tearsShe promised to 57 for us before she left

After three more visits to New York and two more 58 operationsErica is curedBut the 59 of the Irish Angel still rang as a constant reminder of a tiny ray of light that appeared in our 60 days

41AExcited BWorried CUpset DSatisfied

42Aspirit Bfeeling Cmessage Dsense

43Arare Bsimple Cnormal Dnatural

44Acoming Blowering Crunning Ddisappearing

45Atime Bconfidence Cmoney Dcourage

46Arace Bdoctor Cillness Dchallenge

47Acure Bcheck Cdesign Dperform

48Asave Bmeet Cprotect Dencourage

49Acountry Bhospital Ccity Drace

50Aseat Bride Ccar Dumbrella

51Aloss Bdifference Cquestion Dtrouble

52Apicked Bwarmed Ccalled Dwoke

53Ato Bafter Cfor Dwith

54Asurprise Banger Ctears Dsmile

55Athanked Bpraised Crespected Daccepted

56Aguessed Bbelieved Cunderstood Dnotited

57Awork Bpray Csing Ddrive

58Aeye Bkidney Cbrain Dheart

59Avoice Bbravery Creward Dadvice

60Abusiest B1uckiest Chappiest Ddarkest

第二节:(10小题,每小题15分,满分15)

阅读下面材料,在空白处填入适当的内容(1个单词)或括号内单词的正确形式。

Do you have a pet? If you doyou are likely to have a better mental state than those 61 don’t

According to a report by Time magazinepeople 62 pets usually have lower blood pressurea lower heart rate and a lower risk of having a heart attackThese benefits may come from the extra’exercise of walking and 63 (play)with petsand stress relief for having 64 good“friend”

One study showed that petting living creatures can help people with 65 (anxious)while toy animals have no effect at a11

In a 2016 study 66 (publish)in the journal Gerontologyelderly people who 67 (be)given five crickets(蟋蟀)in a cage became 68 (happy)than before

Other researches studied pets’effect on children who have difficulty readingWhen the children 69 (ask)to read aloud to a trained dog and its trainerthey were less anxious

“Their attitudes change and their skills improve,”Lisa Freemandirector of the Tufts Institute for Human-Animal Interaction in the US 70 (tell)Time.

第四部分 写作(共两节,满分35)

第一节 短文改错(10小题;每小题1分,满分10)

假定英语课上老师要求同桌之间交换修改作文,请你修改你同桌写的以下作文。文中共有10处语言错误,每句中最多有两处。每处错误仅涉及一个单词的增加、删除或修改。

增加:在缺词处加一个漏字符号(∧),并在其下面写出该加的词。

删除:把多余的词用斜线()划掉。

修改:在错的词下划一横线,并在该词下面写出修改后的词。

注意:1.每处错误及其修改均仅限一词;

2.只允许修改10处,多者(从第11处起)不计分。

People collect all kind of thingsFor someit’s simply a way of killing timewhile others see it as wise way to spend their moneyAfter allthere are some people who discover that their seemingly simple collections are actual worth a lot of moneyThat may be a fascinating collection for one personthoughmay be quite dull and uninteresting for oneA local millionaire donates a large amount of money to the Hanley museum in condition that the porcelain(瓷器)cows would be display alongside pieces of valuable’porcelainAlthough others may not always understand a collector’s passionbut these people continue to feel that their hobby is worthwhile and is very satisfied

第二节:书面表达(满分25)

假如你是李华,你的德国朋友Jessie即将完成在中国的交换生学习任务。临行前,她想购买一样具有中国传统文化特色的东西带回国。请你根据下列提示用英语给她写一封电子邮件,帮她推荐一下:

1.对她完成学业表示祝贺;

2.向她做出推荐并说明理由:

3.祝她返程愉快,并问候其家人。

注意:1.词数:100左右;

2.可适当增加细节,以使行文连贯。2017-2018学年度第一学期期中考试试卷

高三英语参考答案

第一部分:听力(共20小题,每小题1.5分,满分30分)

1-5 ABCAC 6-10 CBACB 11-15 CBCCA 16-20 ABCBB

第二部分:阅读理解(共20小题,每小题2分,满分40分)

21-25 BDDCC 26-30 DBABD 31-35 DDBCD 36-40 BAGFD

第三部分:英语知识运用

第一节:完形填空(共20小题,每小题1.5分,满分30分)

41-45 CBADA 46-50 CDACB 51-55 DBCCA 56-60 DBCAD

第二节:语法填空(共10小题,每小题1.5分,满分15分)

61. who 62. with 63. playing 64. a 65. anxiety

66. published 67. were 68. happier 69. were asked 70. told

第四部分:写作

第一节:短文改错(共10小题;每小题1分,满分10分)

People collect all kind of things. For some, it’s simply a way of killing time, while others see it as wise way to spend their money. After all, there are some people who discover that their seemingly simple collections are actual worth a lot of money. That may be a fascinating collection for one person, though, may be quite dull and uninteresting for one. A local millionaire donates a large amount of money to the Hanley museum in condition that the porcelain(瓷器)cows would be display alongside pieces of valuable porcelain. Although others may not always understand a collector’s passion, but these people continue to feel that their hobby is worthwhile and is very satisfied.

People collect all kinds of things. For some it’s simply a way of killing time, while others see it as a wise way to spend their money. After all, there are some who discover that their seemingly simple collections are actually worth a lot of money. What may be a fascinating collection for one person, though, may be quite dull and uninteresting for another. A local millionaire donated a large amount of money to the Hanley museum on condition that the porcelain(瓷器)cows would be displayed alongside pieces of valuable porcelain. Although others may not always understand a collector’s passion, but these people continue to feel that their hobby is worthwhile and is very satisfying.

第二节:书面表达(满分25分)

参考答案()

听力原文:

Text 1

M: At which stop will we get off?

W: We still have three more stops to go.

Text 2

M: Rosy, I’m leaving for Edinburgh on business the day after tomorrow. Would you like me to take anything to Justin?

W: Yeah. Here’s his address. Please take it with you. And please give him these medicines when you see him there.

Text 3

M: Jane, would you mind turning down the music?

W: Why? I thought you would like to listen to some music while working.

M: Yeah, but, you know, jazz and classical are not really my thing. I prefer folk.

Text 4

W: When does the school year start in Japan?

M: In April. Do you start in September?

W: No, in my country we start one month earlier than Japan.

M: That’s next month!

Text 5

M: Wow, you wear a long coat.

W: Well, my mom said I ought to get a really warm coat, so I tried on this long one, but my sister said the short one was more fashionable and so did the shop assistant.

M: But you bought the long one in the end.

W: Yeah.

Text 6

W: Where shall we park our car?

M: I’ll park near the sports stadium. There are always spaces round there.

W: But I want to go to the camera shop so the sports stadium isn’t very convenient for me. Is it possible to park along the street?

M: No way. We’ll get a ticket. I’ll drive through the camera shop and you can get off. I’ll walk back to the camera shop after I’ve parked the car.

W: OK. I’ll see you there. Then we can go to the market together.

Text 7

M: I’ll have to make a choice soon about next year. I’ve been offered a job to work in America, but I’ve also passed the public servant exam to work in the government of my hometown.

W: Wow, America? How could you say no?

M: Well, believe it or not, I don’t have a burning desire to see the world. I’d much prefer just to stay at home. Anyway, it’s hard to decide.

W: Well, I would strongly advise you to think of the future. Working abroad is much more exciting than working in a small town. You’re lucky to have a choice. A lot of people don’t.

Text 8

M: Oh, no. Is it almost 7:00 am? Why didn’t my alarm work?

W: What’s wrong? Your class starts at 8:00 am. You have plenty of time, don’t you?

M: No, today is my school field trip. I need to be at school by 7:15 am.

W: Oh, yeah, that’s right. You asked me to pack your lunch box last night.

M: Can you drive me there right now, Mom? I would be late if I took the bus.

W: Sorry, sweetie. I haven’t taken a shower or gotten dressed. I need at least 20 minutes.

M: No way. I will be in big trouble.

W: Oh. (11)(12)Look out the window! Seems like Mrs. Anderson will drive her son, Billy, to school right now. How about you go with them? Billy is your best friend. I’m sure Mrs. Anderson wouldn’t mind taking you with them, right?

M: You’re brilliant, Mom.

Text 9

M: Lily, where do you like to eat?

W: (13)Well, my favorite restaurant is The Knife and Talk. It’s very near the city center. (13)At lunch it’s full of office workers, but I like to go before that, in the middle of the morning. I go there and order big breakfast and take one of their newspapers and just relax for an hour or so. Their pancakes are delicious. (14)They don’t have a TV in there, which I love most. They just have some jazz music, very quiet, nothing too loud. What’s your favorite restaurant?

M: Well, it’s just a very simple restaurant. There are only about six tables in there. A couple of waitresses wear ugly pink uniforms. (15)But the food is great, very tasty, and cheap too, which is important, of course. There are some truck drivers sitting at the counter drinking coffee and eating sausages every morning. (16)I always have pancakes in the morning and their fish pie for lunch. That restaurant has been open for many years. They say the actor James Dean eats there sometimes, but I don’t think that’s true.

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M: Now could everyone sit down, please? I’ve got an important announcement to make. As you know, the national school poetry competitions that we usually enter are starting soon. The competitions are sorted into three levels: the high level, the middle level and the low level. The high level is for 17-to-19-year-olds, and the middle level is for 14-to-16-year-olds. (17)But the one for people of your age, the low level, is the one we’d like you to go for. We hope all of you will try. As some of you may remember, the topic for last year was “Weather”. (18)This time the judges have chosen the topic “Change”, and that could cover a lot of things. A new school, a different house, for example.

(19)So if you want to enter the competition but you’re stuck for ideas, have a look at last year’s winning poem called Rain on the competition website. You may know the girl who wrote it—Maria from our school. She also got a little book of her poem called Traveling published as part of her prize. Maria won some money for the school. (20)If anyone in the school wins, we’d like to use the money for the library, as we feel that’s the right way for it to be spent. Maria’s prize money last year was spent on the computers and the lab. OK, that’s all from me. For more information, please visit our school’s website.


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