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          浙江省杭州市           2019 届高三英语上学期周末自测卷六

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. When will the speakers meet?

  A. At 6:30                   B. At 6:45.             C. At 7:00. 

2. Where are the speakers?

  A. At a store.               B. At a laundry.        C. At home. 

3. Which subject does the girl dislike?

  A. Art.                      B. Geography.           C. History. 

4. What is the woman trying to do?

  A. Express gratitude.                           B. Send an invitation.        

    C. Offer a suggestion. 

5. What are the speakers mainly talking about?

  A. A book.                   B. A play.              C. A film.

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罝。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. What does the man want the woman to do?

  A. Change the reservation.     

  B. Confirm the reservation.   

  C. Cancel the reservation. 

7. When will the man arrive at the hotel?

  A. On October   16th.                                B. On October  18th.        

    C. On October 19th. 

听第   7 段材料,回答第      8、9  题。
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8. Where does the woman live now?

  A. In a town.                   B. In a village.     C. In a city.

9. What is the woman a bit nervous about sometimes?

  A. Her neighbors.            B. Her children.        C. The traffic. 

听第   8 段材料,回答第      10 至 12 题。

10. What does Patrick think of the match?

   A. Just so-so.                  B. Fantastic.              C. Disappointing.

11. What has Jenny been doing recently?

   A. Watching live concerts.

   B. Preparing for her exams. 

   C. Taking science classes.

12. Where will the speakers probably go?

   A. To a college.            B. To a stadium.               C. To a café.  

听第   9 段材料,回答第      13 至 16 题。

13. When will the woman have to hand in her report tomorrow?

   A. By 8:00.                    B. By 9:00.              C. By 10:00.14. What 

is the man doing now?

   A. He is working.  

   B. He is having dinner.    

   C. He is playing with his kids.

 15. Which place is the man going to next?

   A. His home.                B. The woman’s office.      C. A computer store.

16. What relation is the woman to the man?

   A. His boss.                B. His workmate.        C. His customer.

听第   10 段材料,回答第      17 至 20 题。

17. Who are the listeners?

   A. Parents.                 B. Students.            C. Teachers.

18. Where is the speaker?

   A. In the school hall.          B. In the health center.   C.  In the school 

office.
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19. How can the listeners get the information about the procedures?

   A. From the speaker.            B. From a doctor.          C.     From     a 

handbook.

20. What does the speaker suggest the listeners do in the end?

   A. Go to the health center soon.

   B. Offer their medical history to the doctor. 

   C. Make an early appointment with the health center.

                     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)    

阅读下列短文,从每题所给的             A、B、C  和  D 四个选项中,选出最佳选项。

                                 A  (299words)

     Tim Ma's parents came to  the United States from Taiwan in the 1970s. They 

opened  a restaurant.  It was  not a  success. They  found success  in America, 

however, in computers and engineering. In part because of their own experiences, 

Ma's parents hoped he  would study to become an engineer or doctor. They wanted 

financial (金融的)sec urity for their child.

     Ma grew  up in the southern  U.S. state of Arkansas. He  says the American 

South was  a challenging place to live for a  Chinese-American kid in the 1970s 

and 80s. "There was  absolutely some racism(种族偏见) there.      I came up through 

a very  non-equal, very non-Asian environment. One of the few things I remember 

is  waking up in  the middle of  the night  because someone had thrown  a brick 

through me and my sister's window.”      

     Growing  up,  Ma  considered many  professions  –   writer, fireman,  even 

president. But he had a sense early on...

     "I didn't want to be an engineer."

     Several engineering jobs later, though, Ma had a change of heart. He wanted 

to leave the engineering world behind and enter the restaurant business. It was 

in his blood. After all, his parents had owned a Chinese restaurant in Arkansas. 

His uncle  also owned one in New  York. So, at age 30,  Ma left engineering and 
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returned  to school  –International Culinary(烹饪的) Center      in  New  York and 

received training in French cooking.

     In 2009, Ma opened his first restaurant – Maple Avenue in Virginia, which 

serves American cuisine. Ma cooked, cleaned the ovens, fixed equipment and paid 

bills. He  worked long hours,  seven days a week.  His long hours paid  off. Ma 

opened his fourth restaurant last year, Kyirisan in Washington, D.C.

     Kyirisan's success is due to the creative menu and food, Ma says. But a lot 

of it just comes from "pure hard work."

21. What can we know from Paragraph2?

A Ma was treated badly by the local children.

B Chinese-American kids had to challenge themselves in the 1970s and 80s.

C Ma valued the memory of his childhood.

D Ma didn’t get along well with others.

22. Why did Ma leave the engineering job?

A He hated being an engineer.

B He did badly in engineering.

C He wanted to challenge himself.

D He loved restaurant business.

23. Which of the following can be the best reason to Ma’s success?

A his wisdom               B his hard work

C his good fortune           D his parents’ help

24. Which of the following has the correct order?

a. Ma considered many professions – writer, fireman, even president.

b. Ma cooked, cleaned the ovens, fixed equipment and paid bills.

c. Ma opened his first restaurant.

d. Ma’s parents opened a restaurant.

e. Ma's parents hoped he would study to become an engineer or doctor.

A  d-a-c-e-b                    B  e-a-d-c-b           

C  d-e-a-c-b                    D  e-b -a-d-c

                                B (293 words)
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      Poverty(贫穷)in     the U.S. is often associated with deprivation, in areas 

including housing, employment, and education. Now a study co-authored by two MIT 

researchers has shown another reality: Poor people live shorter lives, too.

      More precisely, the study shows that in the U.S., the richest 1 percent of 

men lives 14.6 years longer on average than the poorest 1 percent of men, while 

among wealthy women, the difference is 10.1 years on average.

      This eye-opening gap(差异)   is also growing rapidly: Over roughly the last 

15 years,  lifespan(寿命)    increased  by 2.34 years for men  and 2.91 years for 

women who are among the top 5 percent of income earners in America, but by just 

0.32 and  0.04 years for  men and women in  the bottom 5 percent  of the income 

tables.

      When we think about income inequality in the United States, we think that 

low-income Americans can’t afford to purchase the same homes, live in the same 

neighborhoods, and buy the same goods and services as higher-income Americans,” 

says Michael Stepner, a  PhD candidate in MIT’s  Department of Economics. “But 

the fact that  they can on average expect to have 10 or  15 fewer years of life 

really proved the level of inequality we’ve had in the United States.”

      Stepner and Sarah Abraham, another PhD  candidate in MIT’s  Department of 

Economics, are among the  co-authors of a newly published paper summarizing the 

study’s   findings, and  have  played central  roles in  a  three-year research 

project establishing the results.

      In addition to reporting the size and growth of the income gap, the study 

finds that  the average lifespan differs greatly  by region in the  U.S. (by as 

much as  4.5 years), but that the sources of that  regional(区域的)     difference 

are subtle, and subject to further investigation.

 25. What can be the best title for this text?

    A Rich men live longer than poor men.

    B Rich, Poor have huge lifespan gap in U.S.

    C The average lifespan varies by region

    D Housing, employment and education influence people’s lifespan.
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26. The underlined word “deprivation” probably means ______.

    A be lack in  B be absent from  C be fortunate in  D be disappointed with

27. What will probably be written after paragraph 6?

    A other factors influencing people’s lifespan

    B the income inequality in the United States

    C the lifespan gap between men and women

    D the influence of regional difference on lifespan gap

                                 C(293 words)

     Billionaire  Bill  Gates has  made  a  $100-million  donation(捐献)to   help 

researchers find  a cure for  Alzheimer’s.  The brain disease  causes people to 

slowly lose their memory and mental abilities as they grow old.

     Gates, the co-founder of Microsoft, said Monday he has given $50 million to 

the Dementia  Discovery Fund. The London-based fund aims  to bring business and 

government together  to seek treatments for  the brain-wasting disease. Another 

$50  million will go to  start-up(启动)groups   working in Alzheimer’s  research, 

Gates  said. The  money  is a  personal donation  and not  from  his charitable 

organization.

     Dementia, of which Alzheimer’s  is the  most common form, affects close to 

50 million people worldwide. It is  expected to affect more than 131 million by 

the year 2050, the Alzheimer’s disease international group says.

     "It's a  huge problem, a growing problem,  and the scale of  the tragedy - 

even for the people who stay alive - is very high," Gates told the Reuters news 

agency.

     Despite many years of research, scientists have not found a treatment that 

can slow the progression of Alzheimer’s. Current drugs can do no more than ease 

some of the effects. But Gates said he is hopeful that treatments can be found, 

even if they might still be more than 10 years away.

     Gates' usual health focus is on helping fight infectious(传染的) diseases 

in poorer countries. He said he chose Alzheimer’s this time partly for personal 

reasons, and partly because it has been so difficult to find effective treatment. 
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    In a blog post about the donation, Gates wrote, "I know how awful it is to 

watch people you love struggle as the disease robs them of their mental capacity. 

It feels a  lot like you're experiencing a gradual death of the person that you 

knew."

28. What do we know about Alzheimer’s?

A Bill Gates has donated 150million dollors in all.

B  Scientists  have found  some  drugs  to ease  and  slow  the progression  of 

Alzheimer’s

C Alzheimer’s causes people to slowly lose their memory and mental abilities

D Alzheimer’s now affects close to 50 million people worldwide.

29. By saying the underlined part in Para4, Gates wants to show that ___.

A Alzheimer’s is becoming more and more serious

B Alzheimer’s affects not only the patients themslves, but also their family

C People alive are more likely to get the disease

D the number of people with Alzheimer’s is increading

30. How does Gates think of finding a cure for Alzheimer’s?

A promising    B hopeless     C doubtful     D uncertain

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。


                  How to celebrate International Women's Day(301words)

      International Women's Day falls on March 8 and is a symbol of the struggles 

that women around the world have undergone to gain equality and rights. __31__.   

There are some things that you can do to help celebrate this important day. 

        32    

      International Women's Day celebrates the accomplishments of women, as well 

as recognizing their  achievements and the struggles that they've gone through. 

Therefore, We can Learn the history of International Women's Day as well as the 
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achievements of women around the world. Besides, we can do some reading , watch 

informative films and go to local museums.

     Getting Politically Involved

      There is a nation-wide protest in which  women are encouraged to take the 

day off. Helping out a local women's shelter by donating money, clothing, food, 

or your time helps to remind you about the difficulties women continue to face. 

__33___. Many areas host marathons or walks to raise awareness or money. 

     Raising Awareness

      Women around the world are wearing red to raise awareness of International 

Women's Day. This can  draw attention to your commitment to the day. Many women 

may look for ways to share their stories on that day. __34____.

     Celebrating Individual Women

      If you  know a  female in  need, make extra  effort to  help her  out for 

International Women's Day.  __35___. This could be your  boss, a family member, 

your significant other, or  a friend. Thank the women in  your life. Don't just 

tell them  why they are important. Thank  them for being there for  you and for 

doing what they do.

A Tell a woman what she means to you

B It is also a reminder of how far there is still to go

C You can also thank women you do not know

D You also can participate in a protest.

E Social media can be a great tool to raise awareness too

F Educating Yourself

G Recognizing women’s achievements

                     第三部分  语言应用(共两节,满分              45 分)

第  1 节  完型填空(共      20 小题,每小题      1.5 分,满分   30 分)

    阅读下面短文,从每题所给的             A,B,C,D   四个选项中,选出可以填入空白处的最佳选

项,并在答题卡上涂黑。

    A new mother has thanked a  lorry driver who carried her car over a flooded 

causeway while she was in labour(分娩).
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   Kelly Brinkman was in  labour and   36    3ft  6ins deep (1.2m) sea water to 

recede(后退) on The Strood Causeway from Mersea Island, Essex. 

   Justin Tacey, 45,    37   to put her car on his lorry and drive  38  .  

   Mr Tacey   39   through the rising tide to get her  on the road to hospital, 

 40  her baby girl was delivered by Caesarean section (剖腹产).

   Ms Brinkman and   41   Paolo Pereira had driven to different places to  42   

the island last Thursday but were   43  by the high tide.

   Ms  Brinkman said: "I  am just so    44   to  Justin. He  probably saved the 

baby's life   45   she was in a breech(臀部) position and well  46  . The only 

way to save her was a Caesarean section.

  "We have  named her Lillie.  She is now fine  but always   47   and joins her 

sister Olivia."

  Mr Tacey, who works for Emmitt Plant at Diss in Norfolk, said he had been on 

the island making a   48   and was waiting for the    49   to let him cross back  

over the causeway.

  "I noticed a man looking  50  on the phone and we got  51  ," he said.

  "He said his partner was in labour and he was worried as it  52   a long wait 

for the tide to go down."

   Mr Tacey said he spoke to the coastguard team and   53   he could carry the 

couple's Ford Kuga  through the water on the back of  his lorry. "It took about 

five minutes to cross the half mile causeway   54   and carefully," he added.

   West Mersea  Coastguard also paid tribute(致敬)     to  Mr Tacey,   55   him a 

"true gentleman".


(     )36. A. asking for  B.    waiting  for C. begging for  D. applying for

(     )37. A. decided     B.  refused     C. reminded     D. offered

(     )38. A. across      B. above        C. outside      D. upward

(     )39. A. inched       B. climbed     C. rushed       D. slid

(     )40. A. as           B. which       C. where        D. when
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(     )41. A. friend       B. doctor      C. partner      D. leader

(     )42. A. get on       B. get off     C. get by       D. get to

(     )43. A. prevented    B. attracted   C. drowned      D. covered

(     )44. A. pleased      B. confused    C. anxious      D. grateful

(     )45. A. therefore    B. if          C. yet          D. because

                                                          D.out   of  the 
(     )46. A. on the way  B. in the way   C. by the way   
                                                          way

(     )47. A. frightened  B.   hungry     C. angry        D. unhealthy

(     )48. A. trip         B. decision    C. delivery     D. plan

(     )49. A. driver       B. coastguard  C. tide         D. partner

(     )50. A. panicky      B. curious     C. aggressive   D. familiar

(     )51. A. moving       B. chatting    C. smiling      D. waving

(     )52. A. made for   B. looked like   C.  took up     D. went on

(     )53. A. commanded  B. required      C. consulted    D. suggested

(                )54.   A. 
                           B. freely      C. slowly       D. impatiently
immediately    

(     )55. A. calling      B. remembering C. confirming    D. admitting


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。

                                Book Him (199words)

     A man __56_ (accuse) of failing to return more than 700 _57_ (child) books 

to five different libraries in the county was released from prison yesterday .

     __58__ asked why  he didn't return the books, Mr.  Barush said, "Well, how 

could I? They __59__ (become) family to me. I was afraid to return them, because 

I knew that kids or dogs would get hold of these books and chew them up, throw 

them around, get jam on them, and drown them in the toilet."

    He continued, "Books  are people, too! They talk  to you, they enrich(充实) 

you with __60_  (wise) and humor and love. _61_ book is my  guest in my home. I 
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repaired torn pages, dusted them with a soft clean cloth and turned their pages 

so they could breathe and get some fresh air."

    "Every week I reorganized them on their shelves _62__(careful) so they could 

meet new friends. My books were HAPPY books. You could tell just by __63_ (look) 

at them. Now they're all back in the library, on the __64_ (low) shelves, on the 

floors, _65_ the  mercy of all those noisy kids. I can  hear them calling me! I 

need to rescue them. Excuse me. I have to go now."

                       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)

    假定你是李华,校学生会主席。你校外籍教师                    Daniel 准备进行一次关于美国生活、文

化的主题讲座,他发电子邮件向你询问你校学生喜欢的话题,和讲座的时间和地点。请你用

英语写一封回信。內容如下:

    1. 告知讲座的时间、地点;

    2. 你校学生最感兴趣的话题;

    3. 感谢外籍教师的细致周到

注意:

    1. 词数  80 左右。

    2. 可适当增加细节,以使行文连贯。

第二节 阅读下面短文,根据其内容写一篇                  60 词左右的内容概要。

     Scientists are debating how to limit their newly-discovered power to change 

genetic structure.

     Scientists  already   modify(修改)      the  genes   of  farm   animals  and 

agricultural plants to make them  more productive or stronger. But now they can 

also change  genes in wild animals and plants.  These genes would continue into 

later generations.

     For example, it may be possible for scientists to remove from existence the 

kind  of mosquitoes  that carry  the Zika  virus. They  might also  be  able to 

permanently remove species of plants  and animals that are destructive to other 

species.
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     In a  report published last week, the U.S. National Academies of Sciences, 

Engineering and Medicine (NAS) said it supports continued research on this kind 

of gene control. But it warned that it is not possible to know what will happen 

when these changed plants and animals are released into the wild.

     Many  people  would support  stopping mosquitoes  and  rats from  carrying 

diseases.  But  scientists say  we  must  understand  the  possible scientific, 

ethical(道德的),      legal  and social  results of such  action before  we decide 

whether to take it. Sixteen biologists, ethicists and policymakers are on an NAS 

committee that is examining the issue. They say  that there is value to the new 

technology. But, they say, there  is not enough evidence to support the release 

of modified organisms(生物体) from the laboratory into nature. 

     Changed  genes will  continue to  spread as  long  as an  animal or  plant 

continues  to reproduce. They  cannot be  limited to  a farm  or kept  within a 

country's borders.

     Scientists are wondering what would happen if a modified organism mates(交

配)   with  another species. They are not yet sure  how the modified genes would 

affect  the other species.  It is  possible that  those genes could  harm those 

creatures or even lead to their disappearance from our planet.


                               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: CDBDA       6-10:BAAAC 

11-15:CBDBA    16-20:ABACB

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】讲述了          Tim Ma 通过个人坚持不懈的努力,在逆境中成功的故事。

21.A【推理判断】根据第二段描述             There was  absolutely some racism there. …One  of 

  the few  things I remember  is waking up in  the middle of  the night because 

  someone had thrown a brick through me and my sister's window 判断  Tim Ma 曾被当

  地人偏见对待。
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22.D 【事实细节】第五段中“It was in his blood.”可知他对开餐馆行业的热爱。

23.B【主旨概括】最后一段最后一句可知“But a lot of it just comes from "pure hard 

work."”

24 C【事实细节】根据故事发展,依次找出                 5 个句子所在的段落,再排序。

B 篇【文章大意】讲述了穷人和富人之间不仅仅是物质差异,最新研究发现还有寿命差异。

25.B【主旨概括】第一段最后一句“Poor people live shorter lives, too.”以及最后一

段“In   addition to  reporting the size and growth of the  income gap, the study 

finds that the average lifespan differs greatly by region in the U.S.”可以判断

本文主题是穷人和富人的寿命差异

26.A【词义辨析】根据下一句“in              areas   including   housing,  employment,   and 

      education.”

以及这一句的话题        poverty 可知,应解释为“被剥夺,缺乏”

27 D【作者意图】根据最后一段“but that the sources of that regional(区域的) 

difference are subtle, and subject to further investigation”推断,接下来应该是

有关   regional difference 对 lifespan 造成的影响。

.C 篇【文章大意】Bill Gates 投资研究老年痴呆症的事例。

28.B【事实细节】A、C、D        都对原文句子一知半解。A           中 150 应该改为    100,B 中的“slow 

the progression of  Alzheimer’s  ”理解错误,C      可以从第一段最后一句得知,D             主语应

该为   Dementia.

29. C【作者意图】划线句重点是说悲剧的范围很大,甚至会影响那些活着的人——家人。

30. A【事实细节】第五段         But Gates said he is hopeful that treatments can be found, 

even if they might still be more than 10 years away 可知  Gates 对研究结果充满希望

能够。Promising :有希望的


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

31. B 总起段,需要对下文总结归纳,而且                also 也起到了衔接功能。

32.  F 总结性的小标题。下文中有“We             can Learn the  history”以及“we    can  do some 

     reading , watch informative films and go to local museums.”判断可得。

33.      D 根据小标题    Getting     Politically     Involved 可知选项中“protest”与

“politically”
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相呼应。

34. E 选项  E 与小标题“raising awareness”相对应

35. A 选项   A 与“individual women”相对应。并且下一句中“this could be your boss, 

a family menber…”中   this 指代  A 项中的 “a woman”。


第三部分:语言运用(共两节,满分                45 分)

第一节     完形填空。本文选自         BBC 官网的一则真实新闻,主要讲述了              Mr Tacey, 一个卡车司

       机,帮助    Ms Brinkman, 一个即将分娩的孕妇,离开正在涨潮的海岛。故事宣传助人

       为乐,上下文联系紧密,事件虽然简单,却能检测出考生对英语新闻的阅读能力,

       英语文化背景的熟悉程度和利用上下文巧妙填空的能力。

36.B 根据后半句说海水后退,可知正在等待退潮的过程当中,只有 B                          项符合语境。

37. D 根据首段可知      MrTacey 应该是主动提出帮助,故选           D。

38. A 根据常识,从岛上离开,应该是穿过 causeway, 而且倒数第二段有 cross the half 

mile causeway,故选  A。

39. A  根据倒数第二段 It took five minutes to cross the half mile causeway, 由于

把轿车装在卡车上,而且还有             1.2m  高的海水,所以车速是很慢的,小心翼翼的通过。inch 

做动词用,表示慢慢移动,很形象, 故选                  A。

40.  C 根据前一句中出现了        hospital, 后半句中她的小孩通过剖腹产出生,应该是在医院,

非限制性定语从句,故选           C。

41. C  根据下文倒数第三段 He said his partner        故选   C。

42. B  根据上文可知他们是要离开这个岛。故选                  B。

43. A  根据后文    by the high tide, 所以是被阻止,无法离岛。故选              A。

44. D 根据开头第一句话 has thanked ,应该是表示感谢。故选                 D。

45. D 根据上下文,因为胎儿处于臀位才危险,此处也需要有一定的生活常识。故选                                 D。

46. A 前文说情况紧急,婴儿应该马上就要分娩。on the way 表示在…途中,故选                           A。

47. B 根据常识,出生几天的婴儿应该会经常很饿,故选                     B。

48. C 根据  Mr Tacey 是一个货车司机,所以肯定是来岛上送货的 ,故选                     C。

49. B 根据下文的     let him cross 可知,此处应填能允许他通过的人,故选                B。

50. A 根据下文 he was worried, 与 panicky     相近 故选    A。

51.   B     根据上下文,他们是初次见面,不可能是                  familiar,根据下文    he  said   his 
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 partner… 说明热心助人的货车司机应该是上前了解情况了, 故选                        B。

52. B 根据下文,Paolo Pereira 担心的是预期要等很久,所以用不确定的语气。故选                           B。

53.  D 根据下文     he  could carry  the …  through  the water on  the back  of his 

     lorry,可知这是他的提议,A 命令 B           要求  C 咨询 D  建议 ,故选     D。

54. C 根据前文    It took five minutes to cross the half mile causeway,考查学生常识,

1mile=1600m(约) ,所以这个速度应该是很慢的,故选                C。

55.  A 根据后文“     true gentleman”,  这应该是一个称呼,A         称为,B   纪念,(往往是已经

去世的) C    确认  D   承认 ,故选     A。


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. accused  57.children's  58.When 59. became 60. wisdom 

61. A 62. carefully  63. looking  64.lower  65.at

第四部分:写作(共两节,满分              40 分)

第一节 应用文写作(满分           15 分)

Dear  Daniel,

     Glad to  hear from you. I’m   writing to tell you  about the topics we’re 

mostly interested in.

     The  topic ranking  first is  about American  high school  students, their 

school  life  and  vacations.  Another  we  want  to  know  about  is  American 

universities and their courses, probably because some of us have a plan to study 

abroad in the future. 

     The lecture is scheduled on June 20th in our new library. Is it a convenient 

time for you?  Thanks for considering our request and look forward to your early 

reply.


                                                            Yours Sincerely,

                                                             Li Hua 

                              

         
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一、评分原则

    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表达,初步确定其档次,然后以该档次的要求来

衡量,确定其档次,最后给分。

    3、词数少于60或多于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数量和准确性及

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、美拼写及词汇用法均可接受。

    6、如书写较差,以致影响交际,将分数降低一个档次。

二、各档次的给分范围和要求

第五档:(13~15      分)

    *完全完成了试题规定的任务。

    *覆盖所有内容要点。

    *应用了较多的语法结构和词汇。

    *语法结构或词汇方面有少许错误,但为尽量使用较复杂结构或较高级词汇所致;具有

    较强的语言应用能力。

    *有效地使用了语句间的连接成分,使全文结构紧凑。

    *完全达到了预期的写作目的。

第四档:(10~12      分)

    *完全完成了试题规定的任务。

    *虽漏掉   1、2  个内容,但覆盖所有主要内容。

    *应用的语法结构和词汇能满足任务的要求。

    *语法结构和词汇方面应用基本准确,些许错误主要是因为尝试较复杂语法结构或词汇

    所致。

    *应用简单的语句间连接成分,使全文结构紧凑。

    *达到了预期的写作目的。

第三档:(7~9      分)

    *基本完成了试题规定的任务。

    *虽漏掉一些内容,但覆盖主要内容。
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    *应用的语法结构或词汇能满足任务的要求。

    *有一些语法结构或词汇方面的错误,但不影响理解。

    *应用简单的语句间连接成分,使全文内容连贯。

    *整体而言,基本达到了预期的写作目的。

第二档:(4~6      分)

    *未恰当完成试题规定的任务。

    *漏掉或未描述清楚一些主要内容,写了一些无关内容。

    *语法结构单调,词汇项目有限。

    *有一些语法结构或词汇方面的错误,影响了对写作内容的理解。

    *较少使用语句间的连接成分,内容缺少连贯性。

    *信息未能清楚地传达给读者。

第一档:(1~3      分)

    *未能完成试题规定的任务。

    *明显遗漏主要内容,写了一些无关内容,原因可能是未理解试题要求。

    *语法结构单调,词汇项目有限。

    *较多语法结构或词汇方面的错误,影响对写作内容的理解。

    *缺乏语句间的连接成分,内容不连贯。

    *信息未能传达给读者。

(0  分)

    未能传达给读者任何信息:内容太少,无法评判;写的内容均与所要求内容无关或所写

    内容无法看清。

三、该题具体要求

    (一)内容要点

    1. 开头问候,并表明写信目的

    2. 结合学生自身实际,选择话题展开,但仅限于有关美国人生活、文化方面的话题

    3. 告知讲座举行的时间、地点

    4. 结尾表示感谢,期待回复

    (二)应用词汇和语法结构的情况

    时态以一般现在时为主;

    使用与主题相关的词汇;
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    能够使用恰当的语法结构。

    (三)上下文的连贯性

    按照内容要点展开写作,使用恰当的连接词或表达法使文字内容连贯。


第二节 概要写作(满分          25 分)

一、评分原则

1. 本题总分为     25 分, 按   5 个档次给分。

2.  评分时,先根据缩写概要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    40 的和多于    80 的, 从总分中减去        2 分。

4. 评分时,应主要从以下四个方面考虑:

(1)对原文要点的理解和呈现情况;

(2)应用语法结构和词汇的准确性;

(3)上下文的连贯性;

(4) 对各要点表达的独立性情况。

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

考虑。

6. 如书写较差以致影响交际,可将分数降低一个档次。
二、各档次的给发范围和要求

    档次                                        描述
              -理解准确,涵盖全部要点。
   第五档        -能准确使用相应的语法结构和词汇。
  (21-25)     -有效地使用了语句间的连接成分,使所完成的概要结构紧凑。
              -完全使用自己的语言。
              -理解准确,涵盖绝大部分要点。
   第四档        -所使用语法结构和词汇可能有些许错误,到完全不影响意义表达。
  (21-25)     -比较有效地使用了语句间的连接成分,使所完成的概要结构紧凑。
              -有个别整句抄自原文。
              -理解较为准确,涵盖大部分要点。
   第三档        -所使用语法结构和词汇虽有些错误,但不影响意义的表达。
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  (11-25)     -应用简单的语句间连接成分,使上下文内容连贯。
              -出现两句以上整句抄自原文现象。
              -理解有误差,仅涵盖半数要点。
   第二档        -有些语法结构和词汇方面的错误,影响了意义的表达。
  (6-10)      -较少适用语句间的连接成分,全文内容缺少连贯性。
              -出现两句以上整句抄自原文现象。
              -没有理解原文,造成概要内容与原文主题不符。
   第一档        -有较多语法结构和词汇方面的错误,严重影响了意义的表达。
   (1-5)      -缺乏语句间的连接成分,全文内容不连贯。
              -多个句子抄自原文。
    0 分       白卷、内容太少无法评判或所写内容与所提供内容无关。


One possible version:

  Scientists disagree on the limitation of  a new genetic technology. (要点   1)

After successfully applying gene control to farm animals and agricultural plants, 

scientists  are now trying  it on  wild creatures  for good reasons.  (要点   2)

Although NAS  is in favor  of the research in  this field and  has admitted its 

value, they need  more evidence. (要点   3)What’s   more, they’re  not sure about 

the results  in different respects, such as  the limitation of its reproduction 

and the effect on other species. (要点   4)
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