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          浙江省杭州市           2019 届高三英语上学期周末自测卷四

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. Where is the conversation taking place?

A. In a restaurant.     B. In a hotel.     C. In a tea house.

2. Who’s the man probably?

A. A salesman.     B. A customer.     C. A shopkeeper.

3. What does the woman mean?

A. She doesn’t know the road. 

B. She is new here.

C. She will guide the road.

4. What might the weather report say?

A. It’s cold today. 

B. It’s warm today. 

C. It’s snowy today.

5. Why does Emma come here?

A. To attend Professor Austin’s lecture. 

B. To ask for help.

C. To hand in her paper.

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、7  题

6. When does the party start?

A. 7:15 p.m.    B. 7:30 p.m.     C. 7:45 p.m.
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7. What does the man want to know?

A. The parking lot of the restaurant.

B. The location of the restaurant.

C. The traffic condition.

听第   7 段材料,回答第      8、9  题

8. What is NOT mentioned about the factory?

A. There’s no safety insurance for workers.

B. There are no emergency exits.

C. The floor is dangerous.

9. What’s the fate of the factory?

A. It will be reinserted. 

B. It will be shut down immediately.

C. It will have to move to another place.

听第   8 段材料,回答第      10 至 12 题

10. What do the speakers have in common?

A. They both travel a lot. 

B. They both have big feet.

C. They both love shopping.

11. What does the man ask the woman to buy?

A. A pair of black business shoes. 

B. Two pairs of casual shoes.

C. Two pairs of business shoes.

12. What does the man focus on about his shoes?

A. The price.     B. The size.     C. The material.

听第   9 段材料,回答第      13 至 16 题

13. What can we know about the man’s hotel reservation?

A. It’s on the 24th, September. 

B. He only stays for one night.

C. The reservation is for him and his wife.

14. What room is he asking for?
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A. A room with twin beds. 

B. A double bed room.

C. A room with a mountain view.

15. How much is the room per night?

A. $510.     B. $550.     C. $590.

16. What does the man need to provide?

A. Credit card information. 

B. ID card information.

C. The driver’s license.

听第   10 段材料,回答第      17 至 20 题

17. What was built on the small pond which has been filled in?

A. A large shopping mall. 

B. A new school. 

C. A modern fountain.

18. What did the public library use to be?

A. A post office.    B. A great park.    C. An old school.

19. Where is the speaker going tonight?

A. A Chinese restaurant.    

B. An Italian restaurant. 

C. A Mexican restaurant.

20. What is the speaker talking about?

A. The great changes of his hometown.

B. The great changes of his living place.

C. The rapid development in his city.

                     第二部分 阅读理解(共两节,满分               35 分)

第一节(共     10 小题;每小题      2.5 分,满分    25 分)

                                      A 篇


                                                  There is  nothing  worse than 

                                              fumbling  around in  your  pocket 
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trying to  find some small change to  pay for a newspaper or a  coffee. So it's 

good to know that new technology is making cash -bank notes and coins – a thing 

of the past, turning us into a cashless society.

    Today,  many  of  us  already use  credit  and  debit  cards for  financial 

transactions(交易)     so there's no need to  carry around hard currency. And now 

it's  possible to  make contactless payments  using tap-and-go cards  which are 

regular bankcards but with a built-in chip and antenna(天线). The card reader 

sends out  a radio frequency and, when you bring the  card close to the reader, 

the antenna picks up the signal to make the payment.

    Paying this way or spending on  ' plastic' –  an informal name for a credit 

card  –  can put  you at risk  of fraud. Criminals try  to steal cards,  or the 

information on them, to make purchases online or in shops. However, contactless 

payment is capped——in   the  UK the limit is £30. And, if  someone does go on a 

spending  spree  with your  card,  your  bank covers  you  against the  loss – 

something  that  wouldn't happen  if  your  banknotes  were  stolen. Also,  the 

introduction of chip and pin technology has led to a drop in fraud and has even 

been helping businesses by cutting the time people spend at tills in shops.

    But, if getting your bankcard out seems like too much trouble, there's now a 

solution  using wearable tech——that's    clothing and accessories  that include 

computer and  electronic technologies. Kenneth Cukier, economist and technology 

expert, says "this is intended for people who are incredibly lazy who don't want 

to take their card out of their wallet, or use their phone, or use their watch. 

People are  going to be making more purchases more  of the time –  particularly 

for small-valued goods."

    And,  although our mobile  phones are another  way of making  payments, BBC 

reporter  Kate Russell  says that  when this  is inconvenient you  can  use the 

fingo—pay  system  which "reads the unique  maps of veins under  the surface of 

your finger." The trick is remembering which finger you registered with. What do 

you prefer to use when you buy something?

21. Which of the following doesn’t belong to the cashless payment?
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A. Credit cards               B. Tap-and-go pay

C. spending spree             D. Fingo-pay

22. Many measures have been  taken to ensure the  credit card holders’  profits 

    EXCEPT_______?

A. Setting a maximum in transactions

B. Using wearable tech 

C. Applying chip and pin technology

D. Making up for loss in a fraud

23. What can we learn from Kenneth Cukier’s statement?

A.  Contactless payment will promote purchase to some degree.

B.  More and more people are too lazy to use bankcard as a way of payment.

C.  Wearable tech is safer and thus should replace the credit cards.

D.  Only phones and watches can be used as wearable tech to buy things.

                                                B 篇

                                                    People  rarely  feel  their 

                                                cleanest after  a  workout, but 

                                                your  own  sweat might  be  the 

                                                least of your  issues. Your gym 

                                                equipment could also be full of 

                                                bacteria.   Fitness   equipment 

                                                review  site  FitRated.com  got 

bacteria samples from  27 pieces of equipment from three  large gym chains. The 

results will make you want to take a long shower.

    Free  weights  have an  average  of more  than  1.1  million colony-forming 

units(菌落形成单位) per square inch, according to FitRated.com. In comparison, 

the National Sanitation Foundation says you’d find 172 CFU per square inch on a 

home toilet seat. But treadmills(跑步机) and stationary bikes were even worse 

offenders, with about 7,752 times more bacteria than a home toilet seat. That’s 

even more than these objects with more bacteria than a toilet. 

    Touching a  surface with  bacteria won’t   necessarily make you  sick. Some 
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bacteria aren’t  harmful, and  others won’t  do any harm  in small amounts. But 

the  fact that 70  percent of  bacteria from the  tested equipment FitRated.com 

tested  were potentially harmful isn’t   very comforting. If  you tend  to skip 

wiping down  your workout machine, take that extra 30  seconds before and after 

you use  the equipment. Even if you’re  not a  germaphobe(有洁癖的人),       you’ll 

be doing the rest of us a favor.

    And since you can’t control what everyone else does, avoid getting sick by 

waiting to  wipe your sweaty brow until you’ve   washed your hands. “Your  best 

defense is to be  aware of washing your hands post workout and before eating or 

touching your face,”  Kelly Reynolds, microbiologist and associate professor at 

the  Zuckerman College of  Public Health  in Arizona,  tells HuffPost.  Oh, and 

don’t you dare rewear your sweaty clothes without doing laundry?

24. What does the underlined sentence imply?

A.  People need to take a bath after a workout.

B.  The gym equipment people use could not be so clean as imagined.

C.  The sweat might be the leading cause of taking a shower.

D.  It isn’t a good idea to use fitness equipment to exercise.

25. What method doesn’t the writer use to convince the readers?

A.Making comparision         

B. Listing examples

C. Giving definitions       

D. Referring to the research findings 

26.What is the author’s purpose in writing the text?

A. To discuss the unknown causes of illness

B. To provide the ways of keeping fit

C. To inform the necessity of cleaning the fitness equipment

D. To show the importance of doing exercise

                                      C 篇

For people living in some remote villages in Indonesia, heating houses and 

fuelling stoves can be a real challenge. The resources required, like gas and 
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wood, have to get shipped in and distributed to individual households.

    The good news is that  this antiquated system is now on its way out, thanks 

to  an unlikely source: tofu. In  Indonesia, tofu isn't just  a snack——it's   a 

necessity, with  hundreds of small, family-run shops  producing tofu in massive 

quantities every day. Now,  thanks to a government-run program, the waste water 

from all  that tofu production is  getting transformed into biogas(沼气    )that 

can be pumped directly to houses.

    But how does it  work? First, let's talk about tofu. Tofu has been made the 

same way for generations. Basically, producers start by soaking and grinding(磨)

soybeans to separate the soy  milk from the soy pulp. After the separated parts 

go  through a filtration system(过滤系统),       the protein and  oil are separated 

from the soy milk. A chemical coagulant(凝结剂) is added to firm everything up. 

Once  formed, you have  tofu ready for  cutting. Though simple in  practice, an 

enormous amount of water is required to make tofu - roughly 33 liters for every 

kilogram.

    Researchers found that  this waste water could  be turned into biogas  if a 

certain type of bacteria is added to it. Every day, the waste water is collected 

from  various shops  and treated with  bacteria. Once  transformed, the  gas is 

pumped directly to local homes.

    Besides creating  a green  energy source for  locals, using all  that waste 

water has  significantly helped the local environment. The hope for Kalisari is 

to become the first full-blown green village in Indonesia. There's no reason why 

similar programs  couldn’t  sweep across the  region, dramatically changing the 

way people get the energy they need to live out their lives.

27. What does the underlined word mean in paragraph2?

    A. old-fashioned      B. modern    C. popular      D. effective

28. What is the right order to produce biogas from Tofu?

    1. adding a chemical coagulant

    2. separating the protein and oil from the soy milk

    3. soaking and grinding soybean
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    4. pouring an enormous amount of water

    A. 1    3   2    4  

    B. 3    2   1    4

    C. 3    1   4    2

    D. 2    1   3    4

29. Which are not the benefits of this new technique?

    A. The waste water drained from the raw tofu can be reused.

    B. The  waterways  and  the  rice  fields  are  free  from  the  danger  of 

       contaminating.

    C. It can reduce the amount of water which is required to make tofu.

    D. The transformed gas can be pumped directly to local homes.

30. What can we infer from the passage?

    A. There is still  a long way  for Kalisari to become  the first bull-blown 

       green village.

    B. This new program has the potential to be promoted.

    C. The similar program can’t be applied in the different regions

    D. The new energy makes little difference to the local people.

第二节(共     5 小题;每小题      2 分,满分    10 分)

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。


                               Keys to “Focus”

    We often have trouble paying attention to one thing because our brain wants 

to  drift off to think  about something else. It troubles  us a lot and  is the 

factor to decrease our  efficiency. Here are some ways to help us cultivate the 

ability of “focus”.

Make a List

    When you’re  supposed  to be writing your history  paper, for example, your 

brain may want to start worrying about a math test that’s coming up. You should 

get into  the habit of making a daily task  list. Then prioritize your list, in 

the order that you prefer.____31______
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Meditate

    If you  think about it,  meditation might seem like the  opposite of paying 

attention. One objective of meditation is to clear the mind, but another element 

of  meditation is  inward peace. _____32______And remember,  you don't  have to 

become  an expert or obsessive  mediator. Just take some  time every day  to go 

through a brief meditation exercise.

___33____

    Scientists are  just beginning to study  the relationship between attention 

spans and screen times, but one thing is certain: many researchers and education 

specialists  advise parents  to  limit screen  time while  they  gain a  fuller 

understanding of the effects of bright lights and electronic screens.

Just Be Active

    ____34____Simply walking for twenty minutes before reading a book may boost 

your  ability to pay attention  longer. This may  be a result  of relaxing your 

brain in preparation for the task at hand.

Practice Paying Attention

    With practice, you can teach your mind a little discipline.___ 35_____.Pick 

a  passage to read  that you  normally would not  read (unless forced).  Try to 

concentrate, but stop yourself as soon as you feel your mind beginning to wander. 

Write down what it was that distracted you.

A.  This means that the act  of meditating is actually the act  of training the 

    brain to avoid distractions.

B.  One thing you should try to determine is what is really distracting you.

C.  There are also studies that show any amount of physical activity can improve 

    concentration.

D.  John a team

E.  Reduce Screen Time

F.  By writing down all the things you need to do, you gain a sense of control of 

    your day.

G.  Participating in a sport trains your brain to concentrate on specific tasks.
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                       第三部分 语言运用(共两节,满分              45 分)

第一节:完形填空(共          20 个小题;每小题       1.5 分,满分   30 分)

    My  father had a  union job  at a film-processing  lab, and layoffs  —  and 

eventual rehirings —   were common during the  1960s. My mother, however,    36    

the family’s finances, and each layoff was extremely   37 ___ . She worked, but 

money was tight as she  38     to pay the rent and the other bills until my dad 

was rehired. She always managed to  protect my sister and me from the financial  

39   , and we never knew the extent of her worries.

     40   one spring, when I was 10, during one of my father’s layoffs, I could  

41  my mother was dispirited . I decided that I would  42   my mother by buying 

her a  special Mother's Day gift. My sister had a  friend whose mother owned an 

exclusive boutique(高档精品店)        , the Agins, near  San Vicente and 6th Street,  

43   was known for its high-end fashions and style. My mother, who couldn't  44  

to shop there, occasionally mentioned the store in tones of  45  .

    One day  after school I rode my  bike to the Agins.  I introduced myself to 

Sylvia Agins and told her  I was looking for a Mother's Day present. I remember 

that she didn’t talk down to me. She  46   me like a valued customer. She asked 

me what my mother would like. I told her I wasn't sure. 

    After wandering  to the  back of the  store, she  returned with a  box. She 

opened it,  47   an Italian handbag  48  of supple leather. “How much money do 

you have?” she asked.

    “Twelve bucks ,” I said.

    “You're in  49    , ” she told me. “It's only $11. You have a dollar left 

over for the card. ”

    She  50  the purse and thanked me for my business.When my mother opened the 

gift the  next Sunday morning, she stammered(结巴地说)       in an accusatory tone, 

“Where did you get this?” “I bought it at the Agins,” I said.

    It wasn’t   until many years later, when I  learned that the purse was   51   
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several hundred dollars, that I  52  just how wonderful Sylvia Agins had been to 

me. My mother, who carried the purse for many years until it was  53  repair, is 

now  90. “Do   you know what  really   54   me to  this day?”  my  mother said. 

“Letting  you have the  purse for just a few dollars was incredible enough. But 

the fact that she let you leave the store with a dollar for the card was a touch 

of     55   that I'll never forget.

36. A. provided       B.managed           C. balanced       D. paid

37. A.surprised       B. regretful        C.stressful       D. guilty

38.A. wanted          B.stuck             C. struggled      D.decided

39. A.difficulties    B. pain             C. questions      D. shortcomings

40. A. So             B. But              C.Besides         D. As

41. A.realize         B. know             C. think          D. tell

42. A.bring up        B. look up          C.make up         D. cheer up

43. A. where          B. that             C. what           D. which

44. A. go             B. afford           C.dare            D. wish

45. A. gratitude      B. admiration       C. concern        D. pride

46. A. took           B.treated           C.found           D.looked

47. A. turning        B. appearing        C. revealing      D. bringing

48. A.made            B. caused           C. produced       D. created

49. A. ability        B. heart            C. mind           D. luck

50. A. settled        B.wrapped           C. collected      D. placed

51. A.price           B. cost             C. worth          D. calculate

52. A.appreciated     B. thanked          C. cherished      D. valued

53. A. beyond         B.without           C. within         D. to

54. A.catches         B. inspires         C. attracts       D. amazes

55. A. respect        B. kindness         C. love           D.care


第二节(共     10 小题;每小题      1.5 分,满分    15 分)

阅读下面材料,在空白处填入适当的内容(1                   个单词)括号内单词的正确形式。
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    The World Health Organization (WHO)    56   (include) game addiction in the 

latest International Classification of Diseases on Nov. 28,2017.

    It  is the  first  time for  WHO  to include  the addiction  in  the global 

information standard.    57    the standards have not been officially published, 

game addiction is already a social issue that involves an      58    (increase) 

number of adolescents and even adults.

    “All addictive behaviors can    59   (consider)as addiction diseases from a 

professional  perspective,”  said Huang  Yueqin, director  of the  Institute of 

Mental  Health, Peking  University Sixth  Hospital. Yuan  Yonggui,  director of 

Zhongda Hospital’s  psychiatry department, said  that game addiction is similar   

60    certain mental disorders caused by damage to the area of the  brain,   61   

is responsible for the reward system.

    A  study by a  university in the  United Kingdom shows  that game addiction 

might  not be  a chronic  condition and  it is  the escape  from reality     62   

attracts addicts.Most games can be  very rewarding,   63   (regard) of how they 

are played,  and this is   64  (especial) important for  teenagers. Not only do 

they get a sense of control, but also a sense of   65   (achieve) and belonging.

56._________ 57.__________ 58.____________ 59.__________ 60.___________

61._________ 62.__________63._____________ 64.__________ 65.___________


                 第二卷 语言运用(共两节 满分             40 分)

第一节:应用文写作(满分15分)

    假设你是李华,校学生会为了提升学生的文化素养,举办了《朗读者》活动,请你写信

邀请你的交换生朋友         Jim 和你一起参加。 信的内容包括:

1.  你邀请他一起参加的原因。 

2.  报名方式和截止时间。 

注意:

1. 词数80左右;

2. 可适当增加细节,以使行文连贯。
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第二节:概要写作(满分25分)

阅读下面短文,根据其内容写一篇               60 词左右的内容概要。

    Here’s  a staggering statistic. Scientists have calculated the total amount 

of  plastic ever made:  8.3 billion tonnes. Looked  at another way,  that’s  as 

heavy as 25,000 Empire State Buildings or one billion elephants. 

    So what’s  the problem? According to  a major new study from the University 

of  California, 9%  of this  is recycled, 12%  is incinerated  and 79%  goes to 

landfill. Because most plastic doesn’t biodegrade, once it’s in the ground, it 

stays  there. The problem is  most acute in  our oceans. Research has  found an 

uninhabited island in the South Pacific is littered with the highest density of 

plastic waste anywhere in the world. Henderson Island, part of the UK's Pitcairn 

Islands  group, has an  estimated 37.7  million pieces of  debris(碎片)on     its 

beaches.  Many remote  islands act as  “sink”   for  the world's  rubbish. They 

become  collecting  points for  fishing  items  and  everyday things  including 

toothbrushes, cigarette lighters and razors—— things that we throw away.

     Some other  recent worldwide research  estimates that 90% of  all seabirds 

have swallowed plastic. And worse  still, this plastic is broken down into tiny 

particles over a  long period by the wind and the  waves, then sea creatures at 

the bottom of  the food chain ingest(摄取)     them. These creatures are eaten by 

the fish that we eventually consume.

    Of course, the reason why  there’s  so much plastic around is that it’s  an 

amazingly  useful material.  We  can’t  get  enough of  it.  It’s  durable  and 

adaptable, and is used for everything from yoghurt pots to spaceships. But it’s 

precisely this quality which makes it a problem. The only way to destroy plastic 

is to heat or burn it – although this has the side effect of harmful emissions.

    The solution to this problem would be to use less plastic. Several countries 

now charge for using plastic carrier bags which reduces the amount used and some 

products now use  natural and recyclable materials but it seems inevitable that 

plastic will continue to be necessary in many of the objects that we demand.

    So next time  you pick up a carrier bag, or  buy a plastic bottle of water, 
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spare a thought for  the birds and animals on the remote Henderson Island. What 

do you do to help the environment?


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                              参考答案及评分标准 

第一部分. 听力(每小题         1.5 分,满分   30 分)

1-5:AAABB

6-10:CAABB

11-15:CBABC

16-20:AABCA

第二部分. 阅读理解(共两节,满分               35 分)

第一节(共     10 小题;每小题      2.5 分,满分    25 分)

A 篇【文章大意】主要介绍了无现金社会出现的一些新型的付款方式

21.C【信息查找】考察学生的细节查找能力,spending                  spree 是指当信用卡被盗取时会出现

  的一种情况,而不是非现金付款方式。

22.B【事实细节】防止信用卡被盗而出现的一些方法:contactless                      payment  is capped,

  支付设限;your        bank   covers   you   against   the   loss,银行弥补损失;the 

  introduction of chip and pin technology,芯片密码付款系统。

23.A  【推理判断】根据文章中的            “People   are going  to be making  more purchases 

  more of the time”可知非现金付款方式可以适当地促进小额消费。


B 篇【文章大意】健身器材上的健康隐患
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24.B【推理判断】根据文章中的              “Your   gym  equipment  could  also  be  full  of 

      bacteria.”可知健身器材上面有很多细菌,需要注意卫生情况。

25.C【写作技巧】作者通过对比,举例以及参考研究发现得出结论。

26.C【作者意图】文章的写作目的是让大家了解到对健身器材清洁的必要性。


C 篇【文章大意】在印度尼西亚的一些偏远小村庄中,房屋取暖和锅炉燃料是个大问题,好

消息是,这种陈旧的方式将被取代,这多亏了一种不同寻常的来源:豆腐。

27 A【词意猜测题】根据文章第一段说明印度尼西亚小镇现存的能源和环境危害,可见第二

     段中  good news 应该表明该种能源方式已经“过时”。

28. B【细节理解题】根据文章找出豆腐转变为新能源的步骤。

29. C【细节理解题】根据文章倒数第二和第三两段来找出这种能源的好处。

30. B【推理判断题】根据最后一段讲:该种方法如果能成功将可以应用到其他地区。

第二节(共     5 小题;每小题      2 分,满分    10 分)

【七选五文章大意】: 讲述如何提升”关注度”,从而提高学习效率

31. F 根据前文    You should get into the habit of making a daily task list.说明要提

     高自我安排的能力

32. A 根据   One objective of meditation is to clear the mind, but another element 

     of meditation is inward peace.来做出判断

33. E 根据段落大意减少在电子设备前的时间来判断

34. C 根据小标题     Just be active 来判断.

35. B 根据段落后面的内容判断应找出使你分心的因素.


                       第三部分 语言运用(共两节,满分              45 分)

第一节:完形填空(共          20 个小题;每小题       1.5 分,满分   30 分)

36.B【解析】根据上下文,我母亲应该是掌管家里的经济大权。

37. C【解析】每次父亲的下岗,都会导致家里的经济来源很有压力(stressful)。

38.C【解析】手头上钱很紧,母亲只能尽力(struggle)支付租金等日常开销。

39. A【解析】母亲不让我和我的姐姐知道家里经济困难(difficulties)。
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40.B【解析】考察句意连接,但是某次父亲的下岗使母亲意识消沉。

41. D【解析】tell    在此处含义为“辨别”

42.  D【解析】Cheer     up 意为“使……高兴起来”,这里作者想要给母亲买个母亲节礼物使

母亲开心起来。

43. D【解析】非限制性定语从句,“which”指代先行词 “an exclusive boutique”。

44. B【解析】母亲买不起(couldn’t afford)精品店的物品。

45.    B【解析】偶尔谈到那家精品店,母亲会流露出一种羡慕的语气(in                              tones    of 

admiration)。

46. B【解析】Sylvia Agins 把我当作(treat)贵宾一样招待。

47. C【解析】reveal    意义为“暴露,展现”。

48. A【解析】有……制成的(be made of)。

49. D【解析】根据上下位,老板说我很幸运(luck),因为我带的钱足够支付那只钱包。

50. B【解析】wrap    意义为“包装”。

51.C【解析】worth    意义为“值……价格”。

52. A【解析】我很感激(appreciate)她对我所做的。

53. A【解析】”beyond repair”意义为这只钱包已经不能再修补了。

54.D【解析】amaze    意义为“使……惊讶”。

55.B【解析】老板特意给我留出一美元给母亲买卡片,这是一种善良的举动(touch                                    of 

kindness)。

第二节(共     10 小题;每小题      1.5 分,满分    15 分)

在空白处填入适当的内容(1            个单词)括号内单词的正确形式。

56.included(谓语时态)                  57.Although/Though(连词)  

58.increasing(非谓语动词作定语)         59.be considered(被动语态)

60.to(词组)                           61.which(非限制性定语从句)

62.that(强调句)                        63.regardless(词组)

64.especially(词性变化)                 65.achievement(词性变化)


                 第二卷 语言运用(共两节 满分             40 分)

第一节:应用文写作(满分            15 分)

    本篇应用文写作要求写一封信,属于半开放性写作。文章首段应说明写信目的,文章内
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容应包括邀请原因,报名方式和截至时间,                     具体内容由学生自己安排。全文时态为一般现

在时,也可根据行文需要灵活变化。另外,注意使用高级词汇和句式。语言要简洁得体,可

适当增加细节。


One possible version

Dear Jim,

    I am entering for the Readers organized by the Student Union this June. I am 

writing to invite you to take part together.

    As an  exchange student, you are not only  passionately fond of the Chinese 

culture but also have  a good knowledge of Chinese literature. Why not take the 

chance to  challenge yourself? And with the company of each  other, we can work 

together and get better prepared. 

    If you  are interested, don’t  hesitate to sign up at  the Student Union no 

later than May 30th.

                                                                Yours sincerely

                                                                           Li Hua

 评分标准:

 1. 本题总分为     15 分,按   5 个档次给分。 

 2. 评分时,先根据文章的内容和语言初步确定其所属档次,然后以该档次的要求来衡量,

确定或调整档次,最后给分。  

  3. 词数少于 60    和多于 100    的,从总分中减去        2 分。 

  4. 评分时,应注意的主要内容为:内容要点、应用词汇和语法结构的丰富性和准确性及

上下文的连贯性。 

  5. 拼写与标点符号是语言准确性的一个方面,评分时,应视其对交际的影响程度予以考

虑。英、美拼写汉词汇用法均可接受。 
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  6. 如书写较差,以至影响交际,将分数降低一个档次。 


第二节:概要写作(满分           25 分)

阅读下面短文,根据其内容写一篇               60 词左右的内容概要。

注意事项:满分       25 分

1.  理解准确,涵盖所有要点。

2.  准确使用相应的语法结构和词汇。

3.  完全使用自己的语言。(60          词) 

4.  有效地使用了语句间的连接成分,使概要结构紧凑。


    At present, because of  its durability and wide application, the production 

of  plastic, most of which  can’t  be biodegraded, is  extremely huge. (要点一) 

Consequently, many remote islands turn into collecting centers for rubbish. (要

点二)What’s worse, people will absorb tiny plastic from the food chain.(要点

三)   To  solve it, paid plastic bags and environmentally friendly materials are 

used.(要点四)      There  is no doubt  everyone should take action to  protect the 

environment.(要点五)
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