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安徽省“皖南八校”2015 届高三第三次联考

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本卷分第Ⅰ卷(选择题)和第Ⅱ卷(非选择题)两部分,满分 150 分,考试时间 120 分钟。 第Ⅰ卷 第一部分:听力理解(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。 例:How much is the shirt? A. £19.15 B. £9.15 C. £9.18 答案是 B。 1. What time did Fred leave this morning? A. At 6:30. B. At 6:00. C. Before 6S00. 2. What did the man use to do? A. A cook. B. A teacher. C. A driver. 3. How does the man feel? A. Disappointed. B. Sad. C. Surprised. 4. How does the man want to go? A. By bus. B. On foot C. By bike. 5. Where did the conversation happen? A. In Toronto. B. In Singapore. C. In Los Angeles. 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。每段对话或独白听两遍。 听第 6 段材料,回答 6—7 题。 6. When did the man plan to use the bike? A. Yesterday. B. Today. C. The day after tomorrow. 7. Why didn't Tom keep his words? A. He wanted to sell the bike. B. His parents wanted to use the bike. C. He lent the bike to someone else. 听第 7 段材料,回答 8—9 题。 8. Why does the boy have to wait? A. His grandparents haven't arrived. B. His father is at work. C. The dinner isn't ready. 9. What is the boy's dad doing? A. Helping cook the dinner B. Meeting the boy's grandparents C. Visiting the World's Exhibition听第 8 段材料,回答 10—12 题。 10. What does the man want to do?
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A. To attend a lecture. B. To listen to a concert. C. To see a movie. 11. What is the trouble with taking the bus? A. The bus doesn't go directly to the Music Building. B. The bus goes slowly to the Music Building. C. The bus will not come for a while. 12. What did the man decide to do finally? A. To wait for the bus. B. To go there on foot. C. To consider another vehicle. 听第 9 段材料,回答 13—16 题。 13. What happened to the woman? A. She had an accident. B. She took a wrong taxi. C. She felt unwell. 14. What does the man advise the woman to do? A. To stay still. B. To try to walk. C. To go straight home. 15. How could the man get there so fast? ' A. He drove a police car there after getting the news of the accident. B. Someone sent him there in a car after getting the radio call. C. Someone reported the accident and he was right in the area. 16. Where does the man probably work? A. In a police station. B. At a radio station. C. In a hospital. 听第 10 段材料,回答 17—20 题。 17. What is the speaker talking about? A. How paper influences people's life. B. How people used to keep records. C. What materials paper is made from. 18. How did ancient Chinese keep records before writing was developed? A. By putting a number of stones together. B. By drawing pictures on animal bones. C. By carving paintings on metal pots. 19. When were the examples of words carved on animal bones and metal pots found? A. From the sixth century to the third BC B. From the sixteenth century to the third BC C. From the thirteenth century to the third BC 20. What was the shortage of using bamboos to keep records? A. It was expensive. B. It couldn't be kept long. C. It was heavy to carry. 第二部分:英语知识运用(共两节。满分 45 分) 第一节:语法和词汇知识(共 15 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 15 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。 例:Alice was the letter from Tom, but it didn't reach her for some reason. A. expecting B. waiting C. waiting for D. expected 答案是 A。 21. I've spent ______ most exciting day today, for ______ younger of my two sons has been admitted into the university. A. a; a B. a; the C. the; a D. the; / 22. Will it be ages ______ he goes back to school? I'm so worried about him. A. before B. after C. when D. as 23. The new financial policy of the United States has ______ a chain reaction in the international money
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markets. A. set off B. given off C. put off D. got off 24. After winning the singing competition, she thought herself ______ in her neighborhood. A. none B. anyone C. everyone D. someone 25. —Excuse me, would you mind helping me with several maths probleM:? —Well, I don't know. I'm in a hurry' A. eventually B. actually C. immediately D. anxiously 26. ______a certain doubt among the parents as to the necessity of children's doing so much homework. A. It existed B. There had C. There existed D. It had 27. I don't doubt ______ he has the ability to deal with the situation, but ______ the problem can be solved quickly depends on his attitude. A. whether; if B. that; whether C. if; whether D. whether; that 28. —The new house looks very beautiful now. I'm glad we have changed the decoration plan. —Yeah. We would have made the house ugly if we______. A. don't B. haven't C. didn't D. hadn't 29. —Do you think Jack will win the match? —Yes. He is smart, patient and experienced, so I ______ him to win. A. hope B. prefer C. expect D. want 30. There are two thousand students in our school ______ girls. A. two-thirds are B. two-thirds is C. two-thirds being D. two-thirds of them are 31. —What do you think of Mr. Smith? —Well, he looks like a gentleman, but he ______have beaten his wife yesterday, which really surprised us. A. must B. should C. could D. might 32. —How is your grandma recently? —She ______ quite good after the operation, but she is taking a turn for the worse. A. felt B. feels C. had felt D. has been feeling 33. —Many people say the growth ______ of GDP will slow down under the "new normal (新常态)" What's your opinion? —To be honest, I'm not sure. A. risk B. range C. rate D. rank 34. How I regret the hours wasted in the woods and fields, ______ I should have studied. A. which B. when C. where D. as 35. —I will buy you a mountain bicycle as a reward if you win the English composition contest. —______. A. It all depends B. It's up to you C. It doesn't matter D. That's a deal 第二节:完形填空(共 20 小题;每小题 1.5 分,满分 30 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,选出可以填入空白处的最佳选 项。 When your friend yawns as you chat, don't be angry. For, far from being a sign of boredom, yawning may signal empathy (同感). Scientists believe that contagious (容易感染他人的) yawning— yawning 36 someone else does
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—is a sign of being very 37 in the first person's thoughts and feelings. This is the theory of Italian researchers who 38 more than 100 men and women from four continents as they went to work, ate in restaurants and sat in waiting rooM:. When one of the 39 yawned, the researchers noted whether anyone within 10 feet yawned within the next three 40 . Their results showed that race and 41 had no effect on whether the uncontrollable urge to yawn was 42 . But how well the two people knew each other did. A reciprocal (相互的) yawn was most 43 to occur among family members, then 44 , then acquaintances. The phenomenon was 45 common among strangers, the journal PLoS ONE reports. The University of Pisa team concluded that contagious yawning is driven by how emotionally (感情上 的) 46 we are to someone and so how likely we are to 47 the same feeling with them. They say there are other reasons to link yawning with empathy. 48 , we start to "catch" yawns from the age of four or five, around the time when we 49 the, ability to identify each other's emotions 50 . Studies also show that those easily 51 by contagious yawning are better at knowing _52 others are thinking about from their faces. Most animals, including snakes and fish, yawn, 53 it is; only contagious in humans and chimps (猩 猩) and, according to a recent study, dogs. The researchers, from the University of London's Birbeck College, put 29 54 in a room with a yawning man and found that 21, or 72%, also started to yawn. They said the skill may allow the pet to build stronger 55 with their owners. 36. A. when B. before C. while D. after 37. A. absorbed B. concerned C. interested D. disappointed 38. A. observed B. saw C noticed D. watched 39. A. workers B. customers C. researchers D. volunteers 40. A. days B. weeks C. minutes D. hours 41. A. age B. sex C. profession D. health 42. A. passed on B. passed by C. passed away D. passed through 43. A. normal B. possible C. likely D. probable 44. A. strangers B. friends C. teachers D. classmates 45. A. most B. more C. less D. least 46. A. distant B. different C. close D. fond 47. A. share B. hurt C. lack D. mix 48. A. For example B. That is C. In a word D. To begin with 49. A. need B. lose C. control D. develop 50. A. exactly B. properly C. particularly D. quickly 51. A. disturbed B. caught C. influenced D. interrupted 52. A. what B. which C. how D. who 53. A. and B. but C. so D. otherwise 54. A. snakes B. fish C. cats D. dogs 55. A. beliefs B. bonds C. basis D. bodies 第三部分:阅读理解 (共 20 小题;每小题 2 分, 满分 40 分)
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阅读下列短文,从每题所给的四个选项(A、B、C 和 D)中,选出最佳选项。 A I was driving down the road the other day, listening to sweet music coming out of my car radio. My heart felt peaceful, my mind was clear, and my soul was full of love. Even with all its probleM: life seemed good. Then the music stopped and the news came on. There was talk of another famous millionaire in drug rehab (康复) after an incident with the police. There was news on the murder of a poor man whose life was supposed to be changed after winning the lottery. There was even a discussion on how much greed and excess (放肆) had damaged our world. Every story seemed to point once again to the old saying that money can't buy happiness. Hearing them made me think of a movie I saw many years ago on Mother Teresa's home for the dying in India. What struck me most when I watched it wasn't the unbearable poverty there. It wasn't the sickness and suffering that the people there were going through. It was rather the peaceful smiles of love, kindness, and happiness that they shared with the Sisters and with each other.. These people had nothing. Many were struggling at the end of death. Yet, they knew the simple truth that so many of us here are still learning: Joy is Free. We can have joy and spread joy everyday of our life here. Don't love or admire dollar signs and think that money will bring you happiness then. Joy can't be purchased. It can't be owned. It can only be chosen and then given freely to others. In the eyes of eternity (永恒) money is only worthless paper. The only thing that matters is the love within you and the love that you give to the world. Make that your legacy (遗产) and your life will forever be rich in joy. 56. According to the first paragraph, we can know that______. A. the author was very light-hearted that day B. the poor man's life was improved greatly due to the lottery C. the author has a habit of driving while listening to music D. the millionaire was put in prison for taking drugs 57. All the information about the movie mentioned in Paragraph 2 is true EXCEPT______. A. it was about Mother Teresa's contributions B. it left the author a deep impression C. people in it were very kind and happy D. people in it were extremely poor and suffering 58. By saying "Make that your legacy", the author means "______". A. Give your fortune to your coming generations B. Treat your fortune as very valuable things C. Pass your joy on to your coming generations D. Have joy and spread joy to people around you 59. Which section of a newspaper is this passage most probably taken from? A. Business. B. Culture. C. Life. D. Entertainment. B Lots of human foods are dangerous to pets, many of which may seem tasty to our pets but can prove deadly if eaten. It can be very appealing to offer pets food from the table, but pets should not be given human food unless recommended by veterinarians (兽医). If you suspect your pet may have eaten a dangerous food, contact veterinarians immediately. In many cases, early recognition and treatment are very important.
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Chocolate, Coffee, and Caffeine Chocolate contains theobromine, a chemical that is toxic ( 有毒的 ) to dogs in large quantities. Chocolate also contains caffeine, which is found in coffee, tea, and certain soft drinks. Different types of chocolate contain different amounts of theobromine and caffeine. For example, dark chocolate and baking chocolate contain more of these compounds (化合物) than milk chocolate, so a dog would need to eat more milk chocolate to become ill. However, even a few ounces of chocolate can be enough to cause illness in a small dog, so no amount or type of chocolate should be considered "safe" for a dog to eat. Chocolate toxicity can cause vomiting (呕吐), diarrhea, rapid or irregular heart rate, restlessness, muscle tremors, and seizures. Death can occur within 24 hours of intake. Grapes and Raisins Grapes and raisins can cause sudden kidney failure in .cats and dogs. It is unknown what the toxic agent is in these fruits. However, clinical (临床的) signs can occur within 24 hours of eating and include vomiting, diarrhea, and tiredness. Other signs of illness relate to the eventual shutdown of kidney functioning. Garlic and Onions Garlic and onions contain chemicals damaging red blood cells in cats and dogs. Affected red blood cells can damage or lose their ability to carry oxygen effectively. Cooking these foods does not reduce their potential toxicity. Fresh, cooked, and/or powdered garlic and/or onions are commonly found in baby food, which is sometimes given to animals when they are sick, so be sure to read food labels carefully. Many cases of human food toxicity in pets are accidental. A pet may find and chew on a package of gum or candy, or steal food from a countertop (灶台) or table. The best way to prevent this is to keep all food iteM: in closed cupboard or areas inaccessible to pets. This may be particularly difficult during the holiday season, when more candy, chocolate, fruit baskets, and other food iteM: are around. During these times, increased alertness (警惕性) can help prevent pets finding and eating dangerous foods. Children should also be taught to never give candy, gum, or other human foods to pets. 60. What can we learn from the first two paragraphs? A. You can give pets human food with the recommendation of veterinarians. B. All human foods are deadly to pets. C. It is useless to turn to veterinarians after your pets have eaten dangerous food. D. It is easy to judge whether a pet has eaten dangerous food. 61. What effect do chocolate and grapes have in common if eaten by pets? A. They both can cause pets' sudden kidney failure. B. They both contain different amounts of theobromine and caffeine. C. They both can cause pets to vomit. D. They both can cause pets' hearts to beat irregularly. 62. Which of the following statements is true? A. It is safe for pets to eat cooked garlic and onions. B. Baby food is always safe to pets. C. Many pets eat the human food by chance. D. Affected red blood cells can't carry oxygen at all. 63. What is the purpose of the author's writing this article? A. To tell children never to give candy, gum, or other human food to pets.
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B. To warn us not to give pets human foods as we like. C. To tell us some human foods which are dangerous to pets. D. To call on us to take good care of pets. C The Hunan Satellite TV (HNTV) show "Where are we going, Dad?" is a big hit. Many famous stars brought their children to a strange village alone, where they had to spend 72 hours with their children. The program fully showed us a modern version of "how to be a good father". As the young parents today are too busy to look after their children, this new form of "Lost on the way" played by nanny (保姆) Daddy and cute kids caused a lot of people's emotional resonance (共鸣). Both the kids and their parents will find their hearts are being drawn closer. But this kind of feeling has just proved there is a big spiritual barrier between the modern parents and children. The TV shows like "Children are hard to support!", "Where are we going, Dad?", "hot mom" and "cute kids" are becoming more and more popular. All of these show the new parents' confusion in children's education and the appeal for the balance between career and family. In real life, on the one hand the young parents feel helpless because they are too busy to accompany their children under the pressures of work and life; on the other hand they continue to do so. The data collected by HNTV shows that nearly two-thirds of their audience are female, among whom 36% are aged from 25 to 34. We can imagine such a scene that one evening a young mother is watching the show with her young children, while her husband is still at work or trapped in socializing, or maybe is just playing computer games in the bedroom. The story of a child without the company of father is still going on. In fact, it is sometimes the same to mothers. In a modern family, it is often the old who take the responsibility of raising a child. The participation of mother in the children's education is also very low. It is just this kind of confusion where the parents have gone in the modern family education, and where the parents will guide their children to go that "Where are we going. Dad?" shows us. If a child wants to grow up healthily and safely into a modern citizen with independent personality and free spirit, it is very important for him or her to follow the parents who serve as their first teachers. Maybe this is the real reason why such kind of TV prograM: could get hot. The truth is that children will go where their parents go; and society will go where the children go. 64. From the first 2 paragraphs, we can know that______. A. the popularity of TV shows is due to the famous stars B. the TV program makes many strange villages well-known C. there is no barrier between the fathers and kids in the show D. young parents usually don't know how to balance career and family 65. Which of the following statements is true? A. Parents are too busy to accompany their children. B. Most of HNTV's audience are young ladies. C. In modern families, kids are usually taken care of by their mothers. D. Lack of independence prevents kids growing up healthily. 66. Which of the following is close to the last sentence of this passage in meaning? A. Children want to go with their parents. B. Children will determine the future of society. C. Society has a big influence on the growth of children.
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D. Children are usually self-willed (任性的). 67. The best title for the passage is____________. A. A TV Show, A Big Hit B. Kids Are Hard to Support C. How to Raise Children D. Where Are We Going, Dad? D Before your child's final exaM: and the graduation announcements, you face a significant task together: choosing the right college or university. There is no "one size fits all" approach to selecting a college—it's a very personal process for most teenagers. Consider a wide range of factors to help your child make the best possible choice. Discuss with your child her post-high school choices, such as college, finding work or starting a business, or joining the army. If you determine together that college is the best choice for your child, talk about the importance of college, and her longer-term goals by going to college. Talk to your child about what she thinks is important in a college experience and share your opinions as well. Identify the issues that will directly impact her college choice, such as her grades, test scores and family finances. Then make a list of the key criteria for her dream school, including factors such as the school's location, its size, the types of prograM:, the after school activities available and the type of financial aid available. Prioritize the iteM: on your child's list, at least to the extent of sorting it into "must-haves," "highly desirable" and "nice-to-have" categories. Put these factors into an online search engine specifically designed to identify colleges and universities that best meet your criteria, such as that offered by CollegeBoard.org. Start with the most important criteria, then experiment with additional factors to narrow the search results to a number you can work with, such as 10 or 20 different schools. Use the search results as a guide to further focus your college search. Research each school by reviewing its website, requesting information directly from the school and attending local presentations about the school. 68. The underlined word "prioritize" in Paragraph 4 probably means "______". A. list in order of importance B. write down C. add to D. do research into 69. What can we learn from the passage? "A. It's better to decide the college for your child. B. It's necessary to take your child's opinion into consideration. C. There is a "one size fits all" way to select a college. D. An online search engine is of great help to you. 70. What's the author's purpose of writing the passage? A. To argue B. To persuade C. To introduce D. To amuse 71. Which of the following shows the structure of the passage?

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BEIJING — Rising smartphone star Xiaomi is moving upmarket and taking aim at Apple's iPhone. The Chinese maker known for low-priced phones on Thursday unveiled (发布) a new model that Chairman J un Lei said is comparable to Apple's iPhone 6 but thinner, lighter and much cheaper. The phone starts at 2, 299 yuan ($375), less than half the 5,288 yuan ($ 865) price of an iPhone 6 in China. Xiaomi, founded in 2010, passed South Korea's SaM:ung Electronics Co. in the second quarter of last year as the best-selling smartphone brand in China by number of phones sold. The company is expanding into India and other developing markets but has yet to announce plans to enter the United States or Europe. Xiaomi "is a respected brand that already has an Apple-like following" in China, said analyst Brian Blair, who tracks mobile device makers at Rosenblatt Securities. Apple is still a relatively small player in China, selling about 45 million iPhones there last year, Blair estimates, but will continue to grow. "Apple is very much a premium (高端的) brand," said Blair. "The company that's more at risk is SaM:ung, which has been losing share in that market." Privately held (私人控股的) Xiaomi said last year's sales tripled to 61. 1 million phones and revenue (收益) more than doubled to 74. 3 billion yuan ($12.2 billion). The company, based in Beijing, recently completed a round of fundraising from investors that it said valued Xiaomi at $ 45 billion, making it one of the world's most valuable technology brands. Xiaomi ran into legal trouble in India in December after a court blocked sales while it hears a complaint by Sweden's LM Ericcson that the Chinese company violated its patents. In a blog post earlier this month, Lei called the case a "rite of passage" (成年礼) for a young company. 72. Which of the following statements is true? A. Xiaomi sold more cellphones than SaM:ung in 2010 in China. B. Compared to Xiaomi, Apple's iPhone 6 is thinner and lighter. C. Low-price is Xiaomi's advantage over Apple's iPhones. D. The company is expanding into the United States or Europe. 73. What can be inferred from the passage according to Brian Blair? A. More than 45 million iPhones will be sold this year. B. Xiaomi can beat Apple in the market of China. C. He thinks Xiaomi is superior to Apple. D. SaM:ung will be closed for losing share in the market. 74. How is the 5th paragraph developed? A. By giving examples. B. By analyzing cause and effect. C. By providing data. D. By making comparisons. 75. What's the attitude of Jun Lei towards the case of Xiaomi in India? A. Negative. B. Satisfied. C. Positive. D. Doubtful.

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注意:每个空格只填 1 个单词。请将答案写在答题卡相应题号的横线上。 Every year thousands of people donate their time to helping people who fight disease and ones suffering in developing countries. Why volunteer? Health professionals volunteer for many different reasons, but most often they simply want to help—to do something important or to assist others in need. Many people who are aware of the terrible suffering going on in the world feel that they simply must do something to help. Others travel to foreign lands because they find that their work at home has lost some of its appeal or has become routine. They find that even a short break revitalizes (使?重获活力) them. Religious conviction (信仰) gives many people the strength to leave their homes and loved ones to work far away under very difficult conditions. Who is needed? The huge need for health volunteers throughout the globe means that people with almost any skill can find meaningful assignments. Medical personnel (人员) most in demand by relief agencies include surgeons, pediatricians, family practitioners, nurses, pharmacists, public health educators, maintenance/ repair personnel and laboratory technicians. However, with a little research, people with almost any medical skill will find productive assignments worth doing. Who pays the expenses? Most volunteer-seeking organizations will pay for travel, food and housing only for long-term volunteers, and are usually unable to fund travel for short-term service. However, some groups can and do pay all expenses even for short periods of work. There are even some organizations that require the volunteer to raise his or her own funds even if he or she will serve for several years a time. How long should you volunteer? Obviously, the answer to this depends on individual circuM:tances and time limits. For many people, short-term volunteering is best to begin with because they will have a chance to see if they are suited to this kind of work. Long-term volunteering is better if you want to accomplish more and become more skilled at what you do. However, even short-term volunteering is worthwhile especially when you work where there is a severe shortage of help or when you can bring some expertise (专业技能) that isn't locally available like a special clinical or teaching skill. Volunteering Introduction Many people donate their time to helping people 77____ disease and suffering in developing countries. Most often, health professionals just want to 79____ help. Reasons to volunteer 76____ People in 78____ Ways to pay expenses Many people lend a 80____ because they are concerned about those suffering in life. Others volunteer in foreign lands in order to make a(n) 81____ to their daily routine and revitalizes theM:elves. Medical personnel are needed most. With a little research* those having almost any medical skill will find it is 82____ to do productive assignments. The 83____ of volunteer-seeking organizations will pay basic expenses only for long-term volunteers.
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Some volunteers are 84____ to raise money by theM:elves. Length of volunteering Long-term volunteering will give you a sense of accomplishments and it is 85____ to improve your skills. 第二节 书面表达 (满分 25 分) 高考之后的暑假对高三学生来说既清闲又忙碌。有些同学频繁地聚会, 甚至喝酒; 整夜上网,打 游戏;睡懒觉, 甚至到中午。请你用英语写一篇短文, 谈谈你对这种现象的认识及打算。 注意: 1. 字数 120 左右; 2. 可以适当增加细节,以使行文连贯; 3. 开头已给不计入总词数。 The summer vacation after the College Entrance Examination is a time for senior three students to get relaxed.__________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________ Short-term volunteering is best for those who have just begun to do it

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听力部分材料 (Text 1) M: You say Fred's gone already? But it's only six in the morning. W: You know he always takes the 6:30 train. (Text 2) W: Why did you leave us, John? M: It was so hot standing in the kitchen all day. I couldn't bear it. (Text 3) W: How wonderful! You won the scholarship! Can you believe it? M: No. it's almost too good to be true! W: I don't think you make your parents disappointed. (Text 4) M: Why don't we walk through the park and look at the various monuments? W: Maybe we can rent bikes. We'd see more statues. M: No. let's walk. Then we won't have to worry about the bikes. (Text 5) M: Hi. Jane. Haven't seen you for long. Where have you been? W: I studied in Singapore for two years and then went back to work here in Toronto. Next month I will be sent to a branch in Los Angeles. M: You are really lucky traveling around. (Text 6) M: I'm very disappointed with Tom. W: How come?
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M: He promised to lend me his bike yesterday, but he said he regretted it this morning. W: Did he tell you why? M: He said he wanted to use it himself. W: He didn't tell you the truth. He's going to the seaside with his parents today. M: Really? W. Oh, look! Mary is riding his bike. (Text 7) M: Mom, when shall we have dinner? I'm really starving. W: Soon, honey. We have to wait for grandma and grandpa. M: Aren't they in Canada for the World's Exhibition? W: They were, but they will join us for dinner today. M: Oh, that's great. I haven't seen them for a long time. I really miss them very much. W: So do I. They are my parents after all. I especially cooked a chicken for them. M: That's my favorite, too. But where are they? I can't wait to see them! W: Just take it easy, dad has left already to drive them from the airport. M: That's wonderful! (Text 8) M: Can you tell me how to get to the Music Building from here? I have a lecture to attend there. W: Oh, are you new here? M: Yes. I just got here last night. W. Well, to go to the Music Building, you have two choices. If you want to go right now, you can walk straight down this street until you pass a post office, and then turn right. The Music Building will be straight ahead. M: How long will it take to get there? W: About twenty minutes. M: What's my other choice? W: If you don't mind waiting around for a while, you can take the bus. The bus only takes you about five minutes to get there. M: But I have to wait for the bus? W: That's right. M: Well. I guess I might as well walk. (Text 9) M: Tell me what happened? W: Well. I wasn't paying attention when I started to cross the street, and I stepped in front of a taxi. I didn't realize and was still moving. M: Can you walk? W: Not very well. M: Where does it hurt? W: My side hurts when I take a step. M: OK, don't try to walk any more. Don't worry. An ambulance is on the way. You know, you're very lucky; you could have easily been killed in the accident. W: Yes. I guess I could have. M: You'll have to fill out a form. Do you have any identification with you?
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W. I have my passport. By the way. how did you get here so fast? M: Someone dialed 911 and reported the accident. We were in the area and got a radio call. It only took a minute or so to get here. W: Thank you. It's very kind of you. (Text 10) M: Today we're going to talk about paper. Paper was one of the most important inventions in the whole Chinese history. It's believed that before writing was developed, people in China used to keep records by putting a number of stones together. As soon as writing was developed, people carved words on animal bones. Later, words were carved on metal pots. Examples of these have been found from the sixteenth century to the third BC. Between the second and fifth centuries AD, people wrote on pieces of bamboo or wood and these were tied together to form a book. Although these were much more useful than the metal pots, they were still difficult to read and were very heavy to carry. After silk was made about 2.000 years ago, people began to use silk. 参考答案 1-5 CACBA 6-10 BCABA 11-15 CBAAC 16-20 ABABC 21-25 BAADB 26-30 CBDCC 31-35 BACBD 36-40 DCADC 41-45 BACBD 46-50 CAADB 51-55 CABDB 56-59 A ADC 60-63 ACCB 64-67 DABD 68-71 ABCD 72-75 CACC 76. Details 77. fighting 78. demand 79. offer/provide/give 80. hand 81. change 82. worthwhile 83. majority 84. required/asked 85. helpful/good/beneficial 书面表达 The summer vacation after the College Entrance Examination is a time for senior three students to get relaxed. Many students are so happy to get away from their studies that they go to one party after another and even drink a lot of beer, they play games online throughout the night and they oversleep even till noon. As far as I'm concerned, these things are meaningless and even harmful to their health. We should make the most of the special time to do some meaningful things. First I want to have a good rest to recover from the tiring examination. Then I'm going to have a tour with my parents to Mount Huang, where I can breathe fresh air and enjoy the beauty of nature. After that, I will stay at home reading some books to acquire more knowledge. Besides, I will make some preparations for my further studies. In a word, this period of time is so valuable that none of us students should waste it. Let's make full preparations for our future. 欢迎访问“高中试卷网”——http://sj.fjjy.org

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