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 整理 资源来源网络(https://www.kuaiwen.net)” 湖北武昌区2014届高三年级元月主调研考试 英 语 试 题 本试卷共150分,考试用时120分钟 本试卷第一至第三部分为选择题,共100分;第四部分为非选择题,共50分,全卷共12页 注意事项 1.答题前,考生务必将自己的学校、班级、姓名、准考证号填写在答题卡指定位置,认真核对与准考证号条形码上的信息是否一致,并将准考证号条形码粘贴在答题卡上的指定位置。 2.选择题的作答:选出答案后,用2B铅笔把答题卡上对应题目的答案标号涂黑,如需改动,用橡皮擦干净后,再选涂其他答案标号。答在试题卷上无效。 3.非选择题的作答:用黑色墨水的签字笔直接答在答题卡上的每题所对应的答题区域内。答在试题卷上或答题卡指定区域外无效。 4.考试结束,监考人员将答题卡收回,考生自己保管好试题卷,评讲时带来。 第—部分:听力(共两节,满分30分) 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(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秒钟的时间来圆答有关小题和阅读下一小题。每段对话仅读一遍。 1.What is the deadline of returning the book according to the man? A.Next Sunday. B. Next Saturday. C. Next Friday. 2.What do we know about Sam? A. He changes his jobs frequently. B. He is careless about his appearance. C. He is ashamed of his present condition. 3.What does the girl think of spoken English? A. Interesting. B. Useful. C. Useless. 4.What are the two speakers talking about? A. Their trouble. B. Their study. C. Their brothers. 5. What happened to Mary? A.She had her leg broken. B.She quarreled with Tom. C.She broke up with her boyfriend. 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。每段对话或独白读两遍。 听第 6段材料,回答第 6至 7题。 6.What is the relationship between the two speakers? A.Boss and clerk. B.Customer and manager. C.Interviewer and interviewee. 7.What do we know about the woman? A.She is in charge of the IT Department. B.She has developed many computer games. C.She is dissatisfied with the man about his work. 听第7段材料,回答第8至9题。 8.How much cheaper is surface mail than airmail? A.$1 2. B.$23.	C.$35. 9.Why does the woman choose airmail? A.Her daughter is in urgent need of the things. B.She thinks it is much safer than surface mail. C.She thinks it offers better service than surface mail. 听第8段材料,回答第 10至 12题。 10.Who will take photos for the show biz stars? A.Director. B.Photographer. C.Paparazzi. 11.What do the show biz stars want most according to the man? A.Wonderful dresses. B.Much money. C.Big houses. 12.What is the man's attitude to wards the show biz stars? A. Sympathy. B. Admiration. C. Hate. 听第9段材料,回答第13至16题。 13.Where does the conversation take place? A.At a travel agency. B.At a railway station. C.At a bus station. 14.Why does the man want to take a bus? A.He wants to experience another way of traveling. B.The bus tickets are cheaper than the train tickets. C.The bus trip is more comfortable than the train trip. 15.Why are the bus tickets much cheaper than the train tickets? A.The bus stops at several cities. B.Few people enjoy the bus trip. C.The bus trip takes longer time. 16.What do we know about the man? A.He went the wrong way. B.He can't make the decision now. C.His aunt and uncle have a different opinion. 听第10段材料,回答第 17至 20题。 17.What can we learn about the adults and the teenagers in the special program? A.They are friendly to each other. B.They teach each other new ways of building houses. C.They spend eight weeks together, working as farmers. 18.What is the main purpose to work several hours ever3r day for the members? A.To lead a busy life. B.To get used to the life on the farms. C.To find useful things and pleasure in work. 19.What is true about the rules of living together? A.The teenagers don't have to obey the rules. B.The members have to obey the rules the adults make. C.The members should not break the rules they make together. 20.What is the passage mainly about? A.Life in New York State. B.The rules of Living Together. C.Free Hours in the Special Work Group. 笫二部分:词汇知识运用(共两节,满分30分) 第一节:多项选择(共10小题;每小题1分,满分10分) 从A、B、C、D四个选项中,选出可以填入空自处的最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 21.Most workers have heard the news that their products, with excellent quality and delicate skill, are enjoying growing ___ among the customers abroad. A. favor	B. dignity	C. response D.profit 22.The best way to undertake big projects is to force them into your .Spare time doesn't appear from nowhere and you need to create it with efforts. A. presentation	B. campaign	C. schedule	D. procedure 23.Don't lend your textbooks to those people; it is difficult to ___the books from them when you want them. A. attain B. recognize C. preserve D. recover 24.The city will ____ no more than 10 thousand new car licenses each year in order to set a limit on the number of cars and improve the environment. A. witness B. evaluate C. distribute D. declare 25.For an artist who has no lack of passion and great courage to overcome any difficulty, inspirations of his art will never ___ . A. break out B. run out C. work out D. pull out 26.Choking clouds of pollution have virtually ____the northeastern Chinese city of Harbin, forcing schools to call off classes, disturbing traffic and closing the airport. A. left out B. shut down C. blown up D. set aside 27.In less developed countries the primary problem is providing ___ employment for the rapidly expanding urban populations. A. sufficient B. essential C. alternative D. convenient 28.It is evident that there is a(n)___ increase in the ability of the students to express themselves under your careful instruction these days. A. abundant B. particular C. accessible D. definite 29.Although she brushed the old pot ___ , she could not make it completely clean, which made her very upset. A. instantly B. roughly C. thoroughly D. occasionally 30.He also acknowledges that, in general, state-owned companies do have an advantage ___ the stability, management, and career prospects they offer. A. in terms of B. in need of C. in charge of D. in praise of 第二节,完形填空(共20小题;每小题工分,满分20分) 阅读下面短文,从短文后所给各题的四个选项(A、B、C和D)中,选出可以填入空自处的最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 I lost my sight when I was four years old by falling off a box car in a yard in Atlantic City and landing on my head.Now I am thirty-two.I can 31 remember the brightness of sunshine and what red color is.It would be wonderful to see again, 32 a disaster can do strange things to people. It occurred to me the other day that I might not have come to 33 life as I do if I hadn't been blind. I believe in life now.I am not so sure that I would have believed in it so deeply, 34 . I don't mean that I would prefer to go without my eyes. I simply mean that the loss of them made me 35 more what I had left. The hardest lesson I had to learn was to believe in myself.That was 36 . If hadn’t been able to do that, I would have 37 and become a chair rocker for the rest of my life.When I say 38 in myself I am not talking about simply the kind of self-confidence that helps me down a(n) 39 staircase alone.That is part of it.But I mean something 40 than that: an assurance that there is a special place where I can make myself fit. It took me years to discover and 41 this assurance.It had to start with the most e4mentary things.Once a man gave me an indoor baseball, I thought he was laughing at me and I was 42 ."I can't use this." I said. Take it with you;' he 43 me.t( and roll it around. " The words 44 in my head. "Roll it around!" By rolling the ball I could 45 where it went.This gave me an idea how to achieve a goal I had thought 46 : playing baseball.At Philadelphia's Overbrook School for the Blind I 47 a successful variation of baseball. We called it ground ball. All my life I have set ahead of me a series of 48 and then tried to reach them, one at a time.I had to learn my 49 . It was no good trying for something I knew at the start was wildly out of reach because that only invited the bitterness of failure. I would fail sometimes anyway but on the average I made 50 . 31.A.entirely B.nearly	C.vaguely	D.simply 32.A.and	B.but	C.so	D.for 33.A.assess	B.fear	C.enrich	D.love 34.A.otherwise	B.therefore	C.however	D.besides 35.A.understand	B.appreciate	C.possess	D.accept 36.A.enough	B.specific	C.tough	D.basic 37.A.survived	B.escaped	C. collapsed	D.sacrificed 38.A.hope	B.power	C.courage	D.belief 39.A.unfamiliar	B.unbelievable	C.unexpected	D.uncomfortable 40.A.harder	B.bigger	C.warmer	D.heavier 41.A.weaken	B.strengthen	C.sharpen	D.brighten 42.A.upset	B.flattered	C.ashamed	D.hurt 43.A.urged	B.promised	C.convinced	D.advised 44.A.flashed	B.appeared	C.stuck	D.crowded 45.A.notice	B.hear	C.smell	D.touch 46.A.impossible	B.important	C.imaginary	D.impressive 47.A.produced	B.imitated	C.invented	D.spotted 48.A.goals	B.efforts	C.directions	D.barriers 49.A.challenges	B.strengths	C.situations	D.limitations 50.A.history	B.change	C.progress	D.sense 第三部分:阅读理解(共20小题;每小题2分,满分40分) 阅读下列短文,从每篇短文后所给各题的四个选叭A、B、c和 D)中,选出最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 At a recent visit to the beautiful Keukenhof flower gardens in Holland, I learned about the practice of topping.As flowers grow, sometimes the growers cut off the tops of the flowers, which they believe causes the plants to invest more energy into flower growth and less into seed production.The expected result is flower buds that will produce higher quality flowers. This is the same with personal growth.Sometimes when we produce first results in a certain area, it can be helpful to cut them off and throw them away.This can free up energy for a stronger attempt elsewhere instead of settling into the comfort zone of satisfaction with the old results. After running my computer games business for 10 years and generating satisfying results with it, I decided to drop it and leave that field behind.This freed up my energy to focus on my personal development writing and speaking. If I'd kept running the old business, this would have meant less energy to invest in my new path. It can be difficult to choose the topping approach because you're taking something that's already reasonably satisfying and cutting it out of your life, in the hopes that something even better will grow in its place. Do you want to settle where you are right now? If so, then topping is unnecessary. But if you'd like to do better and believe you have a good shot at improvement, just like the flower growers at Keukenhof, then topping is a sensible practice.To free up time and energy for future growth in new directions, you have to drop the merely satisfactory.This gives you a shot at the truly beautiful. Stepping outside of your comfort zone is by definition an uncomfortable experience, but it can yield a lot more growth than staying put.Though dropping satisfaction to go for more growth is not an easy path to follow, I do find it to be the more beautiful path. 51.By using metaphor, the author means that the tops of flowers are ____. A.personal growth B.his writing and speaking C.a stronger attempt elsewhere D.the first results we produce in a certain area 52.If you believe that you "have a good shot at improvement", you believe that A.you have a strong ability to improve B.you have a good chance to improve C.you are good at improving D.you are fond of improving 53.The author calls on the readers through the passage to ____. A.settle where they are B.drop the truly beautiful C.step out of their comfort zone D.get rid of the uncomfortable experience 54.The best title of the passage should be ____. A.Comfort or Growth B.Personal Development C.The Topping Approach D.Flower Gardens in Holland B "I will never many," the future Elizabeth I declared at the age of eight, age of eight, and, to the terror of her people, the Great Queen kept her word. For four centuries, historians have guessed why Elizabeth never married.In her own day, her decision to remain single was considered absurd and dangerous.A queen needed a husband to make political decisions for her and to organise and lead her military camp4gns.More important, she needed male heirs to avoid a civil war after her death. There was no shortage of suitors for the Queen, both English courtiers (朝臣) and foreign princes, and it was confidently expected for the best part of 30 years that Elizabeth would eventually marry one of them.Indeed, although she insisted that she preferred the single state, she kept these suitors in a state of permanent expectation.This was a deliberate policy on the Queen's part, since by keeping foreign princes in hope, sometimes for a decade, she kept them friendly when they might otherwise have made war on her kingdom. There were, indeed, good political reasons for her avoiding marriage.The disastrous union of her sister Mary I to Philip II of Spain had had an unwelcome foreign influence upon English politics.The English were generally pr0udiced against the Queen taking a foreign husband, particularly a Catholic one.Yet if she married an English, jealousy might lead to the separation of the court. There were other, deeper reasons for Elizabeth's unwillingness to marry, chief of which, I believe, was her fear of losing her autonomy as Queen. In the 16th century, a queen was regarded as holding supreme dominion(统治权)over the state, while a husband was thought to hold supreme dominion over his wife.Elizabeth knew that marriage and motherhood would bring some harm to her power. She once pointed out that marriage seemed too uncertain a state for her. She had seen several unions in her immediate family break down, including that of her own parents. Some writers, based on very fragile evidence, have argued that Elizabeth was frightened or incapable of the sex act, but it is more likely that she feared childbirth. Two of her stepmothers, her grandmother and several acquaintances had died in childbed. Elizabeth^ father. Henry VIII, had had her mother, Anne Boleyn, killed; her stepmother Catherine Howard later suffered the same fate. When Elizabeth was 14 she was all but attracted by Admiral Thomas Seymour, who also went to the prison within a year. Witnessing these terrible events at an early age, it has been argued, may have put Elizabeth off marriage. Elizabeth had to decide her priorities. Marriage or being single? Elizabeth was far too intelligent.The choice she made was courageous and revolutionary, and, in the long run, the right one for England. 55.To the suitors including English courtiers and foreign princes,Elizabeth . A.held back the truth B.gave a definite answer "no" C.kept them expecting deliberately D.said she preferred the single state 56.If Elizabeth had married a foreign prince, there might have been . A.prejudice against her B.separation of the court C.jealousy among English courtiers D.a negative impact on English politics 57.Which of the following implications is right according to the passage? A.Queen Elizabeth was not a Catholic. B.Some foreign princes made war on Britain. C.Catherine Howard was killed by Anne Boleyn. D.Admiral Thomas Seymour was killed by Henry VIII. 58.What is the attitude of the author towards Queen Elizabeth never marrying in her life? A. Pitiful. B. Approving. C. Negative.	D. Neutral. C Seven species of carp(鲤鱼) native to Asia have been introduced into United States waters in recent decades, but it's four in particular-bighead, black, grass and silver-that worry ecologists, biologists, fishers and policymakers alike. Introduced in the southeast to help control weeds and parasites in aquaculture (水产养殖) operations, these fish soon spread up the Mississippi River system where they have been crowding out native fish populations not used to competing with such aggressive invaders. The carps' presence in such numbers is also harming water quality and killing off sensitive species. Asian carp are strong to jump over barriers such as low dams. They lay hundreds of thousands of eggs at a time and spread into new habitat quickly and easily. Also, flooding has helped the fish expand into previously unattainable water bodies. And fishers using young carp as live bait have also helped the fish's spread, as they have boats going through locks up and down the Mississippi. The federal government considers the Asian carps to be annoying species and encourages and supports "active control" by natural resources management agencies. Federal and state governments have spent millions in tax dollars to prevent the carp from making their way into the Great Lakes, but an underwater electric fence constructed to keep them out has not worked as well as hoped, and policymakers are reviewing other options now. In the meantime, state and federal agencies are monitoring the Mississippi and its branches for Asian carp and testing various barrier technologies to prevent their further spread. For instance, the National Park Service is cooperating with the state of Minnesota's Department of Natural Resources to construct new dams that are high enough to prevent Asian carp from jumping over. The Asian Carp Regional Coordinating Committee has funded DNA monitoring in potentially affected water bodies whereby researchers can determine whether the troublesome fish are present just by the biological footprints they leave behind. Individuals can do their part by not transporting fish, bait or even water from one water body to another, and by emptying and washing boats before moving them between different water bodies. 59.Asian carp have been introduced to the USA in order to 。 A.improve water quality B.help sensitive species C.control the number of native fishes D.control the ecosystem in aquaculture 60.How many reasons are mentioned for Asian carp's wide spread in America in this passage? A.One	B.Two	C. Three	D. Four 61.The measure to keep Asian carp out of the Great Lake but proved not good is ____. A.testing various barrier technologies B.construction of an underwater electric fence C.Emptying and washing boats before using them. D.monitoring the Mississippi and its branches for Asian carp 62.It is suggested from the passage that A.aquaculture operations are dangerous to the water bodies B.scientific technology is useless in preventing Asian carp spreading C.both the state and the individuals can make efforts to keep out Asian carp D.Asian carp have successfully invaded the Mississippi and the Great Lakes D "Don't put your hands in the pockets!" Jimmy looked at his sister. It was just a winter coat, a used one. It was all his parents could afford.But it was his. He picked it out. Now he stood proudly before the store mirror admiring the blue denim coat with the thick, soft woolen lining that reminded him of grandma's scarf. But it was the many zippered pockets that caught his eye among the other used clothing. He toyed with one of the pockets, "Why not?" "Because, silly, that's where people keep their wishes. And you're not supposed to let the wishes out." That winter saw endless days of below freezing temperatures and long, cold nights of snowfall.The blue denim coat with the thick, soft woolen lining and many zippered pockets kept Jimmy warm on his mile long walk to and from school. It kept him dry as he sled down steep hills and built great forts and engaged in heroic snowball fights with other ten year olds.And it kept him company as he brought in firewood and performed his other daily duties. Late one afternoon, while he played alone in the woods, it began to snow.Jimmy knew he should hurry home but within minutes the snowfall became a snowstorm. Everything turned white. Then it grew dark as night folded over the forest.Try as he may. Jimmy couldn't find his way.Jimmy became frightened and cold and hungry. Drawing himself together under a fallen tree.Jimmy cupped his hands and breathed into them. "I wish I hadn't forgotten my gloves," he cried.Without thinking, he unzipped the right side pocket and inserted his hand. He felt something soft, familiar.It was the woolen gloves he left sitting on the mantle.They were warm and dry around his freezing fingers. "I wish it would stop snowing," Jimmy said, idly unzipping the left side pocket. Seconds later the snowstorm stopped. His sister's words came back to him: That's where people keep their wishes. The boy smiled broadly. He understood. Carefully tugging on the zipper which sealed the breast pocket, he called out loudly, “I wish I wasn’t lost!” As the metal teeth on the zipper parted, the thick cloud cover opened.Soon a bright full moon lit the snow blanketed forest.Jimmy jumped up and laughed.The old blue denim coat had saved him. As he rushed through the dense brush in the direction of his home, one of the coat's long pockets caught on a branch.It pulled the large zippered bottom pocket open.Jimmy fell over, landing in a deep snow bank. Digging himself out, he heard a loud growling. He looked up. A huge, hungry wolf with burning red eyes and long sharp teeth stood over him. Jimmy tried to think. What else had his sister told him? You're not supposed to let the wishes out. The great wolf leaped. Jimmy reached for the zipper and tried to pull it closed. But it was too late. 63.Which part of the coat caught Jimmy's attention? A.The many zippered pockets. B.The soft woolen lining. C.The warmth of the coat. D.The blue denim. 64.Which of the following can be considered as a brave act by children? A.Walking to and from school. B.Bringing in firewood. C.Building great forts. D.Snowball fights. 65.It is suggested that when the wolf stood over him.Jimmy reached for the zipper and tried to pull it closed with the wish that he could have ____ . A. a pair of gloves B. a bright full moon C. a gun D.good weather 66.The passage is a story of____. A. romance B. fantasy C. crime	D.science fiction E Art robbery and art forgery (仿造) are both major themes in crime movies and literature.In the 2012 comedy movie Gambit, British actor Colin Firth plays an art curator who cheats his abusive boss into buying a fake Monet. In reality, art crimes are no less interesting and exciting. According to The New York Times, over the past 15 years, Glafira Rosales fooled two local commercial art galleries into buying 63 false works of art for more than $30 million.She passed off fake paintings as works by 20th century modernist masters such as American artists Mark Rothko and Jackson Pollock.But in fact, these so called "newly discovered works" were all produced by a single man, a Chinese immigrant named Qian Peishen. The art world was shocked by Rosales' deception.But to the public, it was amusing and 6most satisfying to see wealthy people get tricked. So what decides the value of a piece of art? Is it beauty? Is it the artist's talent and craftsmanship? Or is it just because the artist is famous? We should take beauty out. If the buyers were buying paintings only for their beauty, they'll be content displaying good fakes on their walls. They wouldn't be so upset when a forgery is exposed. The art market claims that great artists are inimitable, and that this inimitability justifies the absurd price of their works. We can't deny that most famous artists are good at what they do, but forgers like Qian show that their works are imitable.Otherwise, the difference between the original and the copycats would be obvious and Rosales would not be able to fool anyone. According to an article in the Economist, expensive paintings are what.economists call positional goods. They are valuable because other people can't have them. With other goods, a higher price reduces demand.But art turns down the laws of economics. “When the goods that is really being purchased is evidence that the buyer has paid a lot, price increases cause demand to boom," explained the article. That's why scarcity and authenticity are so important in the art market. Artists sometimes forget this.Demien Hirst, the British pop artist, is famous for his spot paintings. But they dropped in value when it became clear that they had been produced in quantities so vast that nobody knew how many were out there.The art market lost faith in these paintings because no one could be sure which of them were authentic and which were fake. 67.The first paragraph is meant to tell the readers that ____ . A.movies and literature will be popular with art involved in them B.art crimes are as interesting and exciting in reality as in movies C.Gambit is a good movie with art forgery as the major theme D.real art crime in reality can be adapted into popular films 68.Who is amused and satisfied to see the rich buy forged works of art? A.The public. B.Glafira Rosales. C.Qian Peishen. D.Mark Rothlo and Jackson Pollock. 69.What kind of art buyers should not be unhappy with its high prices when a forgery is exposed according to the author? A.Those who buy only for its beauty. B.Those who buy for its inimitability. C.Those who 'buy for its authenticity. D.Those who buy for its scarcity. 70.What is the law of economics theory behind矾 goods according to the economists? A.They are valuable goods. B.High prices reduce the demand of art goods. C.High prices increase the demand of art goods. D.They are produced in quantities to satisfy people. 第四部分:书面表达(共两节,满分50分) 第一节,完成句子(共10小题;每小题2分,满分20分) 阅读下列各小题,根据括号内的汉语提示, 用句末括号内的英语单词完成句子,并将答案写在答题卡上的相应题号后。 71.No sooner __________ his speech than stormy applause broke out. (end) 他的演讲刚结来就响起了暴风雨般的掌声。 72.to teaching children about drug only reminds them of its existence, which is a highly dangerous approach. (oppose) 反对把毒品知识教给小孩只会引起他们注意到它的存在,这是一个很危险的方式。 73.Eminem won the Academy Award for Best Original Song for Lose Yourself from the film 8 Mile, the lead. (play) 埃米纳姆凭借在电影《8英里》中的一曲原唱Lose Yourself荣登奥斯卡最佳原唱奖,在该影片中他也担任主演。 74.Many new technologies, such as Google Glasses, 3D printing, and cloud computing, our lives in the past five years. (affect) 在过去五年里,像谷歌眼镜、3D打印、云计算这样的许多新技术一直在影响着我们的生活。 75.Research finds that social network users have more than online as in real life. (as) 研究发现社交网络用户在网络上拥有的朋友是现实生活中的两倍多。 76.The car ran down the hill, and the driver was reported, according to the local newspaper, in the accident. (kill) 车从山上滚了下来。据当地报纸报道,司机在这场事故中丧生了。 77.Create your own map of your goal.Keep it it daily, so that you do not forget where you are going. (see) 为自己的目标制作一张地图,放在每天你能看到的地方,这样你就不会忘记你要去往何处。 78.If the old fashioned museum hadn't been destroyed a decade ago, people there it as a place of interest now. (visit) 如果那个老博物馆十年前没被毁,当地的人们现在就可以游览这处名胜了。 79.With more attention paid to environment protection, our country has made the regulation the sulfur content in fuel oil. (limit) 随着对环境保护的更加关注,国家制订了规定:工厂应该限制燃油中的含硫量。 80.Success is not final, failure is not fatal: it is the courage to continue .(count) 成功不是结局,失败并非毁灭,真正重要的是要有勇气继续前进。 第二节:短文写作(共1题;满分30分) 请根据以下提示,并结合事例,用英语写一篇短文。 As students in Senior Grade 3,we are under great pressure of the College Entrance Examination and quite often feel depressed. However, if we are realistic about our abilities and do our best to achieve our goals, we can always be happy in school. 注意: ①无须写标题,不得照抄英语提示语; ②除诗歌外,文体不限; ③文中不得透露个人姓名和学校名称; ④词数120以上。 参考答案 第一部分:听力(每小题1.5分,满分30分) 1-5	CBBAC 6-10 CABAC 11-15 BACAC 16-20 BACCB 第二部分:词汇知识运用(共两节,满分30分) 第一节:多项选择(共10小题;每小题1分,满分10分) 21-25 ACDCB 26-30 BADCA 第二节:完形填空(共20小题;每小题1分,满分20分) 31-35 CBDAB 36-40 DCDAB 41-45 BDACB 46-50 ACADC 第三部分:阅读理解(共20小题;每小题2分,满分40分) 51-54 DBCA 55-58 CDAB 59-62 DDBC 63-66 ADCB 67-70 BAAC 第四部分:书面表达(共两节,满分50分) 第一节:完成句子(共10小题;每小题2分,满分20分) 71. had he ended/put an end to 76. to have been killed 72. Being opposed 77. where you can see 73. in which/where he also played 78. could visit 74. have been affecting 79. that factories should limit 75. twice as many friends 80. that (really) counts 第二节:短文写作(共1题;满分30分) Sample writing: How can we be happy under the great pressure of the College Entrance Examination? The answer lies in the fact that we can have an objective understanding of our abilities and set a reasonable goal. Furthermore, what really matters is that we have tried our best to achieve them. In junior middle school, I was one of the top ten students in my school. I was confident and happy. But things have changed since I started senior school. However hard I tried, I was unable to be listed on the top one hundred. I felt stressed and depressed. After thinking carefully, I painfully realized that I was not as smart as I imagined. To my comfort, I have always been doing my best and I have never wasted a single hour. What makes me proud is that all my hard work paid off at last. In our life voyage, we can’t change the direction of the wind, but we can adjust our sails to reach our destinations. Be realistic and hardworking, and we can always be happy enough to live through our hard school life. s sj.fjjy.org sj.fjjy.org j.fjjy.org ·13· 
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