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 整理 资源来源网络(https://www.kuaiwen.net)” 嘉兴一中高三年级阶段性练习卷(英语) 选择题部分(共80分) 第一部分:英语知识运用(共两节,满分30分) 第一节:单项填空(共20小题;每小题0.5分,满分10分) 从A、B、C、D四个选项中,选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项。 ---May I have a look? --- _________. A. By all means. B. In no case C. That depends D. It’s hard to say Chinese President Xi Jinping and his U.S. counterpart Barack Obama walked to a private dinner near ____ White House in Washington D.C., _____capital of the United States, Sept. 24, 2015. A. the; the B. the; / C./;/ D./; the I feel guilty_______ not visiting my elderly parents more often. A. with B. for C. of D. about _______anyone call, please tell them I’m totally occupied and can’t spare a minute. A. Might B. Should C. Could D. Shall Due to the persistent bad behaviors, the boy was _______ the school, which depressed his mother. A. convinced of B. escaped from C. removed from D. dismissed of According to a recent research, a pile of homework is _______ most students blame for the burden they shoulder. A. how B. why C. what D. that Shortly after the accident, the police_______ the public for witnesses to come forward. A. appealed to B. involved to C. looked forward to D. paid attention to ---How much do you know about the 2020 Winter Olympics to be held in Beijing? ---Well, the media _______ it in a variety of forms. A. cover B. will cover C. have covered D. covered _______ I am willing to help, I have been involved in a personal affair and don’t have much time. A. If B. Once C.Since D. While We hadn’t enough money to pay our bus fare, and ________we had to walk. A. in which case B. as a result of which C. consequent D. in consequence Mark resigned unexpectedly and to be frank, I couldn’t _______ why he quit his job. A. set out B. figure out C. turn out D. put out How would you like ______ if your partners ignore you and don’t remind you the conference has been called off? A. it B. that C. one D. / If you intend to drop in on us during the weekend, I have to remind you we are ______ out on Sundays. A. mostly B. almost C. hardly D. seldom John did the _______ minimum of work but still passed the exam, which made his class quite jealous. A. short B. least C. seldom D. bare The bad news cast a _______ over the public. A. shadow B. shade C. shelter D. shore I shook hands and _______ a few words with the manager, who I impressed a lot. A. conveyed B. exchanged C. transformed D. transported History has witnessed that poverty and poor health are often_______. A.one-to-one B. side by side C. hand in hand D. out of hand He resigned after _______of theft. A. having suspected	B. suspecting C. suspected D.being suspected There is a sense _______ we are all to blame for the tragedy. A. why B. when C. to which D. in which ---Shall we meet on Friday this week? ---No.__________. A. It’s up to me B. Let’s stick to Saturday	C. I am occupied D. That varies 第二节:完形填空(共20小题;每小题1分,满分20分) 阅读下面短文,掌握其大意,然后从21~40各题所给的四个选项(A、B、C、D)中,选出最佳选项。 I was in a rush as always, but this time it was for an important date I just couldn’t be late for! I found myself at a checkout counter behind a(n ) 21 woman seemingly in no hurry as she paid for her groceries. A PhD student with not a lot of money, I had hurried into the store to pick up some22 . I was in a huge23 , thinking of my upcoming evening. I did not want to be late for this date.   We were in Boston, a place not always known for small conversation between strangers.  The old woman stopped 24 her basket and looked up at me. She smiled. It was a nice smile –warm and reassuring –and I returned her gift by 25 back. “Must be a special lady, whoever it is that will be getting those beautiful flowers,” she said.     “Yes, she’s special,” I said, and then to my26 , the words kept coming out. “It’s only our second27 , but somehow I am just having the feeling she’s ‘the one’. Jokingly, I added, “The only problem is that I can’t figure out why she’d want to date a guy like me.” “Well, I think she’s very lucky to have a boyfriend who brings her such lovely flowers and who is obviously in love with her,” the woman said.” “My husband used to 28 me flowers every week –even when times were 29 and we didn’t have much money. Those were incredible days; he was very 30 and – of course – I miss him since he’s 31.” I 32 for my flowers as she was gathering up her groceries. There was no doubt in my mind as I walked up to her. I 33 her on the shoulder and said, “You were right, you know. These flowers are34for a very special lady.” I35her the flowers and thanked her for such a nice conversation. It took her a moment to36that I was giving her the flowers I had just 37. “You have a wonderful evening,” I said. I left her with a big smile and my heart warmed38 I saw her smelling the beautiful flowers. I remember being 39late for my date that night and telling my girlfriend the above story. A couple of years later, when I finally40the courage to ask her to marry me, she told me that this story had helped to seal it for her –that was the night that I won her heart. 21. A. elegant B. kind-hearted C. sensitive D. elderly 22. A. dollars B. gifts C. flowers D. counters 23. A. flash B. mess C. rush D. minute 24. A. filling B. unloading C. topping D. pushing 25. A. smiling B. nodding C. turning D. waving 26. A. surprise B. happiness C. satisfaction D. embarrassment 27. A. talk B. date C. marriage D. engagement 28. A. take B. bring C. buy D. fetch 29. A. smooth B. flexible C. tough D. limited 30. A. considerate B. optimistic C. realistic D. romantic 31. A. passed away B. hid away C. swept away D. died away 32. A. send B. bought C. paid D. packed 33. A. struck B. stopped C. called D. touched 34. A. indeed B. probably C. likely D. possibly 35. A. sent B. appreciated C. took D. handed 36. A. confuse B. entertain C. puzzle D. realize 37. A. purchased B. picked C. taken D. paid 38. A. once B. as C. unless D. if 39. A. slightly B. incredibly C. absolutely D. merely 40. A. picked up B. pulled up C. took up D. worked up 笫二部分:阅读理解(第一节20小题,第二节5小题;每小题2分,满分50分) 第一节:阅读下列材料,从每题所给的四个选项(A、B、C、D)中,选出最佳选项。 第二节:下面文章中有5处(第61-65题)需要添加首句。请从以下选项(A、B、C、D、E和F)中选出适合各段落的首句。选项中有一项是多余选项。 A In many American schools the holiday celebrating Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s birthday is used as an opportunity to teach children about his life and legacy. But in too many of those same schools, Black children’s extraordinary talents are still being wasted today. Nearly three-quarters of Black fourth and eighth grade public school students cannot read or compute at grade level. Black students made up only 18 percent of students in public schools in 2009-2010 but were 40 percent of students who received one or more out-of-school suspensions (暂被停学). A Black public school student is suspended every four seconds. Black students are more than twice as likely to drop out of school as White students. Each school day 763 Black high school students drop out. So I applaud the U.S. Departments of Education and Justice for their recent action to address harmful school discipline policies that push so many thousands of black children out of school each year and into the juvenile (青少年) justice and adult prison pipeline. If the education system is to do its part in replacing it with a cradle to college, career and success pipeline, we must end the current practice where children in the greatest need are suspended from school mostly for nonviolent offenses. These resources, officially known as “guidance,” will help schools and districts meet their legal responsibility to protect students from discrimination (歧视) on the basis of race, color or national origin as required under Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. As we recognize the 50th anniversary of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and so many other important hard-won victories in the Civil Rights Movement this year, we must remember those victories could be lost without meaningful enforcement of the laws advocates fought so hard to win half a century ago. While the guidance does not prohibit (禁止) schools or districts from using any particular nondiscriminatory policy, it does call into question some policies that have historically excluded Black students and are of questionable educational value including “zero tolerance” discipline policies which require mandatory (强制的) consequences for certain infractions (违反), and policies that prevent students from returning to school after completion of a court sentence. Information of the new guidance recommendations is available at this government website for almost every school and district in the country. Check your own school district now to see whether the discipline policy is focused on creating a positive school climate and preventing misbehavior, whether consequences are clear, appropriate and consistent, and whether there is a commitment to fairness in the application of discipline. What does the first paragraph mainly talk about? A. Life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. B. Unsatisfactory situation of Black students’ education. C. The percentage of Black students dropping out of school. D. The holiday celebrating Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s birthday. The guidance issued by the U.S. Departments of Education and Justice may ____. A. punish Black children for dropping out of school B. push thousands of Black children out of school each year C. protect Black children from being suspended for nonviolent offenses D. prevent Black children from coming back to school after a court sentence According to the passage, the “zero tolerance” discipline policies ____. A. have questionable value B. are prohibited by the guidance C. prevent Black children from being absent from school D. were considered discriminatory when they were released What is the author’s attitude toward these “guidance”? A. negative	B. optimistic C. approval D. indifferent Which of the following is the best title for the passage? A. Suggestions on the Civil Rights Act B. Victories in the Civil Rights Movement C. Criticism of the Education System D. Steps Forward on School Discipline B Below are some traditional German beer games. Beer Boot Pass A very, very popular game played in Germany is the beer boot pass (Bier Boot), which has gained popularity all over the world. The game is usually played to pin the next round of beers on a person. In this, a full glass of beer is passed around in the group―there are some rules for this―it has to be tipped every time before it is passed and not a drop of beer must be spilled. The second-to-last person who finishes the beer must pay for the next round. The game then becomes all about judgment because either you drink the entire beer or have a sip (一小口) and pass it on. You never know who the second to last person will be, so the uncertainty and excitement makes the game a favorite. Beer Crate-Running This is a traditional game that is extremely popular in Germany, Switzerland, and Austria, more popularly referred to as Kastenlauf. The game is similar to running a race, where a route is marked, ranging from anywhere between 5-12 km. Each participant brings a crate of beer (the size and quantity will be specified). The first person who successfully finishes the entire crate of beer before getting to the finish line wins. Flunkyball This outdoor game is played with one team being matched against another, with equal numbers in both. The teams stand on opposite sides of the ground in a line, with their beers lined before them. An empty bottle or a tin can is placed in the center and another object (used as an aim) is brought in, something like a tennis ball. The first team (A) hits the ball onto the target to tumble (打翻) it. Once the bottle has tumbled, team A will start drinking their beers. Meanwhile, team B must run to the center, place the bottle upright, find the ball, and cross back into the line before yelling ‘Stop’. Team A then stops drinking and team B starts to throw the ball at the bottle and carrying forward the game. The game continues till one team has finished all their beer and they are declared winners. Drinking Relay Divide the group of people into two teams and get them to stand in a line with beer placed in front of each member. At the blow of the whistle, the first person lifts the glass and starts drinking the beer. After he is done, he has to turn the glass over to show that there is no more beer in the glass. Then, the next person starts drinking and so on. The next in line can only drink when the first person has emptied his glass. The team whose last member empties the glass ahead of others wins. Herman the German Even though this game seems simple, it is a lot of fun. It runs on the lines of ‘Who stole the cookie’. A person is chosen as ‘Herman the German’ (HTG) and he has to get the game running. The other members sit in a random manner and are given names, better if they are confusing names like China Port No.1, Rum Master Blaster etc. The game starts with HTG saying― “HTG dropped a missile on China Port No. 1, sir” and China Port No. 1 has to reply with― “It wasn’t me, sir”. Then HTG replies― “Who then, sir” and it goes on. The sentence has to end with ‘sir’ and if it doesn’t, then the player has to down a beer. Similarly, if at any point the players fumble (磕磕巴巴地说), they have to do the same. The tension makes the players forget things and there’s a whole lot of beer flowing as a result. 46. Which two games have something to do with running? A. Beer Boot Pass and Beer Crate-Running B. FlunkyballandDrinking Relay C. Beer Crate-Running and Flunkyball D. Drinking Relay and Herman the German 47. The loser will have to buy beers for others in the game __________. A. Beer Boot Pass B. Beer Crate-Running C. Flunkyball D. Drinking Relay 48. A person with a good memory may have an advantage in playing __________. A. Beer Boot Pass B. Flunkyball C. Drinking Relay D. Herman the German 49. Which of the following statements is listed as a rule of the games? A. Every person has to sip the beer when playing Beer Boot Pass. B. The person who replies to HTG with “sir” at the end will be punished. C. The team can start drinking their beers as soon as they throw the ball in Flunkyball. D. The team members have to drink their beers in turn when playing Drinking Relay. C   The question ofwhether our government should promote science and technology or the liberalarts in higher education isn’t an either/or proposition(命题),althoughthe current emphasis on preparing young Americans for STEM(science,technology, engineering, maths)-related fields canmake it seem that way.   The latestcongressional report acknowledges the critical importance of technical training,but also asserts that the study of the humanities(人文)and social sciences must remaincentral components of America’s educational system at all levels. Both are criticalto producing citizens who can participate effectively in our democraticsociety, become innovative(创新的)leaders,and benefit from the spiritual enrichment that the reflection on the greatideas of mankind over time provides.   Parents and studentswho have invested heavily in higher education worry about graduates’ jobprospects as technological advances and changes in domestic and global marketstransform professions in ways that reduce wages and cut jobs. Under thesecircumstances, it’s natural to look for what may appear to be the most“practical” way out of the problem “Major in a subject designed to get you ajob” seems the obvious answer to some, though this ignores the fact that manydisciplines in the humanities characterized as “soft” often, in fact, lead toemployment and success in the long run. Indeed, according to surveys, employershave expressed a preference for students who have received a broadly-basededucation that has taught them to write well, think critically, researchcreatively, and communicate easily.   Moreover, studentsshould be prepared not just for their first job, but for their 4th and 5thjobs, as there’s little reason to doubt that people entering the workforcetoday will be called upon to play many different roles over the course of theircareers. The ones who will do the best in this new environment will be thosewhose educations have prepared them to be flexible. The ability to draw uponevery available tool and insight—picked up from science, arts, andtechnology—to solve the problems of the future, and take advantage of theopportunities that present themselves, will be helpful to them and the UnitedStates. 50.What does the latest congressional report suggest? A. STEM-related subjects help students find jobs in the information society. B. The humanities and STEM subjects should be given equal importance. C. The liberal arts in higher education help enrich students’ spiritual life. D. Higher education should be adjusted to the practical needs of society. 51.What is the main concern of students when they choose a major? A. Their interest in relevant subjects. B. The academic value of the courses. C. The quality of education to receive. D. Their chances of getting a good job. 52.What does the author say about the so called soft subjects? A. The benefit students in their future life. B. They broaden students’ range of interests. C. They improve students’ communication skills.	D. They are essential to students’ healthy growth. 53.What kind of job applicants do employers look for? A. Those who have a strong sense of responsibility. B. Those who are good at solving practical problems. C. Those who are likely to become innovative leaders. D. Those who have received a well-rounded education. 54.What advice does the author give to college students? A. Seize opportunities to tap their potential. B. Try to take a variety of practical courses. C. Prepare themselves for different job options. D. Adopt a flexible approach to solving problems. D. "It is a dreadful thing to be poor a fortnight before Christmas," said Clorinda, with the mournful sigh of seventeen years. Aunt Emmy smiled. Aunt Emmy was sixty, and spent the hours she didn't spend in a bed, on a sofa or in a wheel chair; but Aunt Emmy was never heard to sigh. "The gifts which money can purchase are not the only ones we can give," said Aunt Emmy gently, "nor the best, either." "Oh, I know it's nicer to give something of your own work," agreed Clorinda, "but materials for fancy work cost too. That kind of gift is just as much out of the question for me as any other." "That was not what I meant," said Aunt Emmy. "What did you mean, then?" asked Clorinda, looking puzzled. Aunt Emmy smiled. "Suppose you think out my meaning for yourself," she said. "That would be better than if I explained it. Besides, I don't think I could explain it. Take the beautiful line of a beautiful poem to help you in your thinking out: 'The gift without the giver is bare.'" "I'd put it the other way and say, 'The giver without the gift is bare,'" said Clorinda, with a grimace. "That is my predicament exactly. Well, I hope by next Christmas I'll not be quite bankrupt. I'm going into Mr. Callender's store down at Murraybridge in February. He has offered me the place, you know." "Won't your aunt miss you terribly?" said Aunt Emmy gravely. Clorinda flushed. There was a note in Aunt Emmy's voice that disturbed her. "I think she would rather have your companionship than a part of your salary, Clorinda," said Aunt Emmy. "But of course you must decide for yourself, dear. " "Well, I must say bye-bye and run home. " Clorinda lived just across the road from Aunt Emmy in a tiny white house behind some huge willows. But Aunt Mary lived there too--the only relative Clorinda had, for Aunt Emmy wasn't really her aunt at all. Clorinda had always lived with Aunt Mary ever since she could remember. Clorinda puzzled over Aunt Emmy's meaning for four days and part of three nights. Then all at once it came to her. Or if it wasn't Aunt Emmy's meaning it was a very good meaning in itself, and it grew clearer and expanded in meaning during the days that followed, although at first Clorinda shrank a little from some of the conclusions to which it led her." On Christmas Day, Clorinda went over to Aunt Emmy's. It was a faded brown Christmas after all, for the snow had not come. But Clorinda did not mind; there was such joy in her heart that she thought it the most delightful Christmas Day that ever dawned. She put the queer cornery armful she carried down on the kitchen floor before she went into the sitting room. Aunt Emmy was lying on the sofa before the fire, and Clorinda sat down beside her. "I've come to tell you all about it," she said. Aunt Emmy patted the hand that was in her own. "From your face, dear girl, it will be pleasant hearing and telling," she said. Clorinda nodded. "Aunt Emmy, I thought for days over your meaning ... thought until I was dizzy. And then one evening it just came to me, without any thinking at all, and I knew that I could give some gifts after all. I thought of something new every day for a week. At first I didn't think I could give some of them, and then I thought how selfish I was. I would have been willing to pay any amount of money for gifts if I had had it, but I wasn't willing to pay what I had. I got over that, though, Aunt Emmy. Now I'm going to tell you what I did give. "First, there was old Aunt Kitty. You know she was my nurse when I was a baby, and she's very fond of me. But, well, you know, Aunt Emmy, I'm ashamed to confess it, but really I've never found Aunt Kitty very entertaining, to put it mildly. She is always glad when I go to see her, but I've never gone except when I couldn't help it. She is very deaf, and rather dull and stupid, you know. Well, I gave her a whole day. I took my knitting yesterday, and sat with her the whole time and just talked and talked. I told her all the Greenvale news and gossip and everything else I thought she'd like to hear. She was so pleased and proud; she told me when I came away that she hadn't had such a nice time for years. " "Then there was ... Florence. You know, Aunt Emmy, we were always intimate friends until last year. Then Florence once told Rose Watson something I had told her in confidence. I found it out and I was so hurt. I couldn't forgive Florence, and I told her plainly I could never be a real friend to her again. Florence felt badly, because she really did love me, and she asked me to forgive her, but it seemed as if I couldn't. Well, Aunt Emmy, that was my Christmas gift to her ... my forgiveness. I went down last night and just put my arms around her and told her that I loved her as much as ever and wanted to be real close friends again. "I gave Aunt Mary her gift this morning. I told her I wasn't going to Murraybridge, that I just meant to stay home with her. She was so glad--and I'm glad, too, now that I've decided so." "Your gifts have been real gifts, Clorinda," said Aunt Emmy. "Something of you--the best of you--went into each of them." Clorinda went out and brought her cornery armful in. "I didn't forget you, Aunt Emmy," she said, as she unpinned the paper. There was a rosebush--Clorinda's own pet rosebush--all snowed over with fragrant blossoms. Aunt Emmy loved flowers. She put her finger under one of the roses and kissed it. "It's as sweet as yourself, dear child," she said tenderly. "And it will be a joy to me all through the lonely winter days. You've found out the best meaning of Christmas giving, haven't you, dear?" "Yes, thanks to you, Aunt Emmy," said Clorinda softly. 55. Clorinda felt anxious before Christmas because_____________________. A. She had to leave Aunt Mary B. She didn’t know what kind of Christmas gifts she should buy C. She had not enough money to buy Christmas gifts D. She had no time to make a proper decision 56. Which of the following sentences can best explain the line “The gift without the giver is bare.”? A. A gift is valued by the mind of the giver. B. Forgiveness is a gift for the giver and the receiver. C. You cannot buy love or respect with expensive gifts. D. Think twice before you give gifts to somebody 57. What is the gift that Clorinda gave to old Aunt Kitty? A. Passion B. Sympathy C. Kindness D. Company 58. What does the underlined phrase “in confidence” mean? A. respectfully	B. confidently C. secretly D. willingly 59. Which two words can best describe Aunt Emmy? A. cute and joyful B. kind-hearted and emotional C. optimistic and wise D. gentle and timid 60. Which of the following is the best title? A. A Special Christmas B. Clorinda’s Gifts C. Aunt Emmy C. Clorinda’s choice 第二节:下面文章中有5个段落需要添加小标题(第61—65题)。请从以下选项(A、B、C、D、E和F)中选出适合各段落的小标题,并在答题纸上将相应选项的标号涂黑。选项中有一项是多余选项。 A. Track Your Page Count B. Keep a Record of Your Time C. Team Up and Read Socially D. Take Advantage of Technology E. Set a Goal to Encourage Yourself F. Treat Yourself in One Way or Another How to Train Yourself to Read More Between work, a social life, your family, television and the Internet, it can be difficult to find time to read more. Reading is important, however, for a range of reasons: It improves cognitive (认知) ability, enriches vocabulary, helps with spelling and increases general knowledge. Just having an intention to read more won’t guarantee you actually do it, though. You need a series of strategies, exploring a way to train yourself to read more. 61. ___________ You don’t need expensive training programs or software to train to read more; all you really need is a timer. Consider how much free time you have in a day, then set aside part of that time for reading. Make sure this is a feasible (可行的) goal—— start small, say, 30 minutes. Each day, use your timer and read for the amount of time you set. After a week, increase your time. The increase doesn’t have to be much, perhaps an additional 15 minutes. As weeks go by, continue adding the same small amount to your reading time. Before you know it, you’ll be reading for two or three hours per day. 62. ___________ Before you begin training to read more, take a week or two to measure how many pages you read on average per week. Once you’ve gotten an idea of your baseline reading amount, increase it slowly. Try to read at least an additional 5—10 pages per week. You’ll probably be able to sneak these pages into your normal schedule without too much effort. You could, for example, read when you find yourself waiting or during meals if you’re alone. Or you could try turning off the television a little earlier each day. Keep track of how many pages you’ve read each week so you can see your progress. 63.____________ Technology doesn’t have to be the enemy of the written word; in fact, you can make use of your electronic devices. Invest in an e-reader, if you can, or use a tablet to read books. This will save you having to carry around a heavy book, and because you can put multiple books on an e-reader or tablet, you’ll always have plenty to read. You can also load books onto your smart phone so that you can read when you have a few spare minutes. 64.____________ Although you might begin training to read more with excitement or enthusiasm, these can quickly disappear if you don’t devise a method of rewarding or motivating yourself. These rewards don’t have to be large or expensive. You could reward yourself with something, such as chocolate or a small gift, each time you hit a reading goal, whether this is number of pages or amount of reading time. Or, if you’re feeling charitable (有善心), donate a small sum of money to your favorite cause each time you hit your goal. 65.____________ Reading is mainly an individual activity, but there are social sides you can tap into to keep you motivated to read more. Join a local book club, and if your library or town doesn’t have one, start your own. Share with other book lovers or learn more about your favorite books by joining sites such as Goodreads, PaperBack Swap or BookLamp, if you decide to participate in websites for book enthusiasts. However, be sure that your reading time isn’t eaten up by surfing the Internet. 非选择题部分(共40分) 第三部分:写作(共两节,满分40分) 第一节:短文改错(共10小题:每小题1分,满分10分) 下面短文中有10处语言错误,请在有错误的地方增加、删除或修改某个单词。 增加:在缺词处加一个漏词符号(∧),并在其下面写上该加的词。 删除:把多余的词用斜线(\)划掉。 修改:在错的词下划一横线,并在该词下面写上修改后的词。 注意 1.每处错误及其修改均仅限一词; 2.只允许修改10处,多者(从第11处起)不计分。 I have a classmate named Angel, who is a lovely and bright girl. She is popular by all the classmates. One day, news came as Angel had got blood cancer. It really shocked everybody. When I saw her in the hospital, I could not help cry. She was very thin and weak that it seemed only skin and bones were left. But her face was so pale, she gave us a big smile to comfort us. All the classmates and teachers began to raise money. Some called media for help. In the end, I succeeded in raising the money for the first operation. We will keep trying until Angel was cured. Many people offered as more help as they could even though they did not know Angel. I am really touched by this. There is love in everywhere as long as we seek for it. 笫二节:书面表达(满分30分) 某国内英语杂志举行征文大赛,要求参赛的高中学生介绍一件自己珍藏的物品(如书信、礼物、照片……)。请你用英文写一篇字数为100-120的参赛稿,内容应包括: 1. 你得到这件物品的过程 2. 这件物品对于你的意义 注意: 文中不得以任何形式透露考生和学校等真实信息。 嘉兴一中高三年级阶段性练习卷(英语) 答卷纸 班级_____________ 姓名_____________ 考号_____________ 得分_____________ 第三部分:写作(共两节,满分40分) 第一节:短文改错(共10小题:每小题1分,满分10分) I have a classmate named Angel, who is a lovely and bright girl. She is popular from all the classmates. One day, news came as Angel had got blood cancer. It really shocked everybody. When I saw her in the hospital, I could not help cry. She was very thin and weak that it seemed only skin and bones were left. But her face was so pale, she gave us a big smile to comfort us. All the classmates and teachers began to raise money. Some called media for help. In the end, I succeeded in raising the money for the first operation. We will keep trying until Angel was cured. Many people offered as more help as they could even though they did not know Angel. I am really touched by this. There is love in everywhere as long as we seek for it. 笫二节:书面表达(满分30分) 嘉兴一中高三年级阶段性练习卷(英语)答案 单项选择:1-5 ABDBC 6-10 CACDD 11-15BAADA 16-20 BCDDB 完型填空:21-25 DCCBA 26-30 DBBCD 31-35ACDAD 36-40DABAD 阅读理解41—45 BCACD 46-49 CADD 50-54BDADC 55-60 CADCCB 61-65 BADFC 改错 I have a classmate named Angel, who is a lovely and bright girl. She is popular from all the with classmates. One day, news came as Angel had got blood cancer. It really shocked everybody. that When I saw her in the hospital, I could not help cry. She was very thin and weak that it seemed crying so only skin and bones were left. But her face was so pale, she gave us a big smile to Though/ Although c the omfort us. All the classmates and teachers began to raise money. Some called ∧ media for help. In the end, Isucceededin raising the money for the first operation. We will keep trying until we Angel was cured. Many people offered as more help as they could even though they did not know is much A ngel. I am really touched by this. There is love in everywhere as long as we seek for it. 书面表达 (30分) One possible student version: When it comes to the thing that I treasure most, jumping into my mind is a book, Three days to see. It was a gift from my mother, who is always willing to help me. There was a time when I was addicted to online games. Because of that, my study suffered a lot. Instead of scolding me, Mother gave me a book and asked me to read it. Hardly had I finished a few pages when I was greatly attracted by Helen Keller. Despite her disability, she didn’t abandon hope and achieved a lot. It was her determination and courage that made her a huge success. When I finished reading the book, Mother had a talk with me. “You can also accomplish what Helen Keller did.” Mother’s words ring in my ears whenever I see the book, inspiring me to face the challenge in life. An alternative student version: Lying in my drawer is a delicate wooden toy ship. It was a gift from my grandfather when I was young. Grandpa was fond of making things by hand and kept improving his skills. Seeing that I was tired of school, my grandpa promised that he would make me a wooden toy ship if my grades got better. My great love for toy ships made it hard for me to refuse his offer. I agreed and the following weeks witnessed Grandpa’s constant efforts to perfect his gift. I did a good job in the final exams. Naturally Grandpa kept his word and gave me the gift, which really looked like a real ship. “With great efforts, you can achieve whatever you want”. Whenever I see the toy ship, I will think of Grandpa’s words, giving me power to struggle on. 资源来源网络,https://www.kuaiwen.net ·13· 
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