2013 年 3 月襄阳市普通高中调研统一测试
本试卷分四部分，共 12 页。全卷满分 150 分。考试用时 120 分钟。
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3. 考试结束，请将答题卷和答题卡一并上交。 第一部分：听力（共两节，满分 30 分）
做题时，先将答案划在试卷上。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 s 满分 7.5 分） 听下面 5 段对话。每段对话 有 后 一个小题，从题中所给的 A、B、C、D 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 will the woman go on Saturday? A. Have lunch with the man. B. See the dentist. C. Stay at home.
2. What is the probable relationship between the two speakers? A. Doctor and nurse. B. Teacher and student. C. Boss and Secretary.
3. What job does the woman want to do after graduation? A. To be a lawyer. B. To be a teacher. C. To be a doctor.
4. What does the man think of the woman?s worry? A. It?s reasonable. B. It?s unnecessary, C. It?s unthinkable.
5 Why does Cathy do most of the gardening herself? A. Because a gardener isn't experienced as she is. B. Because she likes gardening.
C. Because she wants to save money.
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. How did the woman arrive here this morning? A. By train. B. By car, C. By air.
7. How long did the woman work in the Disney Company? A. For two years B. For one year. C. For six months.
听第 7 段材料，回答第 8 至 9 题。
8. Where does the conversation probably take place? A. In a shop. B. In a hotel. C. In a restaurant.
9. What can we learn from the conversation? A. The woman wants the man to hurry her order up. B. The woman has waited for more than an hour. C. The manager doesn?t speak English well.
听第 8 段材料，回答第 10 至 12 题。
10.What is the woman's destination? A. The 16th Street. B. Battery Park C. A bookshop.
11.Why does she want to make a stop at Union Square? A. Because she is late. B. Because to buy something there.' C. Because Sally is waiting for her there. 12.What can we know about the man speaker? A. He is a bus driver.B. He is a taxi driver. C. He is a passer - by.
听第 9 段材料，回答答第 13 至 16 题。
13.What is mainly discussed in the conversation?
A. The man?s pay rise.
B. The career ladder of the man. C. The man?s education.
14.How many years did it take the man to move up to Grade 5 from the beginning? A. Three years. B. Four years. C. Five years.
15.Who can get the chance to go to school for more training? A. The people who learn quickly during the two-day training. B. The people who have the strong will. C. The people who can pass the test of arithmetic. 16.What can be inferred about the man from the conversation? A. He is eager to attend the training. B. He is not very interested in this chance. C. He has been trained for computer work since last year.
听第 段材料:回答第 17 至 20 题
17.Where does the speaker's voice come from? A. A cinema, ? A car park. B. C. An answer phone.
18.When will the Italian film be on next week? A. From Monday to Thursday. B. From Monday to Friday. C. From Monday to Sunday. 19.What will a student have to bring if he wants a cheaper ticket? A. A schoolbag. B. A student card. C. A student car.
20.What can we learn from the talk? A. A student ticket is half the price. B. The cinema has a car park of its own. C. Further information can be gained about the film. 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）
从 A、B、C、D四个选项中，选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项，并在答题卡上将该项涂黑. 21.I didn?t mean to tell you his name; it was a ____of my tongue at that time. A. fault B. coincidence C. dilemma D. slip
22.He?s a fashion designer who's always swum against the stream; his work is very ____.
C. contemporary D, abnormal
23.Be patient, please. Your injury has been sent. Our customer representatives will ____your inquiry shortly. A identify B consult C. address D. deliver
24.On Christmas Eve, there were so many customers that the shop assistants couldn?t ____ them all. A. correspond to B. appeal to C. attend to D. commit to
25.Owing to the continual of any clue to the mystery, the popular excitement greatly increased, for which the police suffered great pressure. A. attention B. assumption C. advance D. absence
26.Don?t fear them; for there is nothing covered that will not be ____, and nothing hidden that will not be made known. A revealed _ B. revised C. restored D. refreshed
27 My mother is too old to live on her own, so we?re fixing up the ____room for her. A. ultimate B. arbitrary C. spare D. valid
28.Poor Laura was at a loss to ____her cousin?s angry behavior, and ignorant of what she had offended him, A. answer for B. make for C. allow for D. account for
29.Seeing a dog suddenly appearing on the road, the driver turned the steering-wheel ____to avoid hitting it. A. randomly 30. B. sharply C. severely D. cautiously
It isn?t wise to spend all your salary every month. Keep some money ____just in case. Ii. in return C. in need D. in charge
A. in reserve
第二节：完形填空,共 20 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 20 分） 阅读下面短文，从短文后所给各题的四个选项（A、B、C、D)中选出可以填人空白处的 最佳选项， 并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 Last week, my granddaughter started kindergarten. As is 31 ____ . I wished her success. I was lying. What I actually wish for her is 32 ____ .I believe in the power of failure.
Success is 33 ____ . Success is proving that you can do something that you already know you can do, or doing something correctly the first time, which can 34 ____ be a problematical victory. First-time success is usually a fluke (侥幸).First-time failure, 35 ____ . is expected; it is the natural order of things Failure is how we learn. I have been told of an African phrase 36 ____ a good cook as “she who has broken many pots” If you've spent enough time in the 37 ____ to have broken a lot of pots, probably you know a fair amount about 38 ____ .1 once had a late dinner with a group of chefs, and they spent time 39 ____ knife wounds and bum scars. They knew how much credibility (信誉)their 40 ____ gave them. I earn my living by writing a daily newspaper column. Each week I am 41 ____ that one column is going to be the woret column of the week. I don?t set out to write it; I try my best every day. 42 ____, every week, one column is inferior (较差的)to the others, sometimes extremely so. I have learned to 43 ____.that column ,A successful column usually mean that I am treading (踩踏)on 44 ____ground, going with the tricks that work, or dressing up popular ideas in fancy words. Often in my inferior columns，I am trying to 45 ____ s o m e t h i n g I ? v e n e v e r done before, something I?m not even sure can be done. My granddaughter is a perfectionist. She will feel her failures, and I will want to 46 ____ her. But I will also, I hope, 47 ____ her of what she learned, and how she can do whatever it is 48 ____ next time. I probably won?t tell her that failure is a good thing, because that?s not a(n) 49 ____ you can learn when you?re five. I hope I can tell her, though, that it?s not the end of the world. Indeed, with luck, it is the 50 ____ . 31.A. usual 32.A. failure 33.A. convincing 34.A. seldom 35.A. on purpose 36.A. defining 37.A. canteen B. conventional B. success B. demanding B_ often B. at length B. classifying B. kitchen C. expected C. sacrifice C. boring C always C. in turn C. describing C. dormitory
D. contradictory D. victory D. worthwhile D. never D. by contrast D. viewing D. corridor
38.A. learning 39.A. competing 40.A. endeavors 41.A. aware 42.A. Therefore 43.A. update 44.A. similar 45.A. take in 46.A. amuse 47.A. remind 48.A. worse 49.A. trick
B. cooking B. counting B. failures B grateful B. Moreover B. review B. tentative B. get through B. comfort B. suspect B. acuter B. experience
C. gardening C. displaying C. wounds C. skeptical C. Still C. cherish C. accessible C. comment on C. reward C. inform C. better C. truth C, ending
D. training D. comparing D. scars D confident D. Otherwise D. adapt D. familiar D. figure out D, tease D. cheat D. luckier D. lesson D. process
50.A. beginning B. destination
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项（A、B、C、D)中，选出最佳选项， 并在答题 卡上将该项涂黑。 A Having visited my two children, I left the hospital and headed for the grocery store, truly exhausted. Today I had passed CPR (婴儿心肺复苏术）exam required before I could take 8-week-old Joel home from the hospital. However, I still worried about performing CPR in a moment of crisis. For the past several days, I?d been trying to accept my 6-year-old daughter Jenna?s diagnosis, juvenile diabetes (儿童糖尿病)? In addition to the CPR exam. I?d spent the day reviewing how to test Jenna?s blood and give her insulin shots. Now I was buying the food to balance the insulin that would sustain Jenna?s life. I grabbed my purse, locked the car and went into the store. The first thing I needed to pick up was a grain box, but it had to be “sugar free” so I chose a box of Kellogg?s Corn flakes and continued shopping. Eventually, I walked down the canned fruit and juice section looking for apple juice. I wasn't sure how
much I would need to keep Jenna5S sugar up. i grabbed a couple six-packs and placed them in my cart. Frustrated by feelings of total inadequacy, I crumpled up (揉皱)my grocery list,, and started crying. “Honey, are you all right?” a gentle voice asked. Absorbed in my own thoughts, I hadn?t even noticed the woman shopping alongside of me. “Honey, are you a little short of cash?” she asked me. I slowly dropped my hands from my face and looked into eyes of the silvery haired woman. “I have enough money. Fm just kind of overwhelmed. Fm here shopping for groceries so that I can bring my children home from the hospital tomorrow.” I said. “Home from the hospital! What a celebration, you should have a party!” This stranger took my grocery list smoothed it out, and became my personal shopper. She stayed by my side until each item on my list was checked off. Then with a hug and a smile, she sent me on my way. While dragging the groceries into my house I realized the lesson this woman had taught me. “My kids are coming home from the hospital!” I shouted with joy. “Joel is off life support. Jenna and I can learn how to manage her diabetes and give her shots properly.” I giggled (咯咯地笑）to myself. “I have a reason to celebrate!” 51.Why did the author cry while shopping? A. She had no money to buy groceries for her children B. She was so tired that she couldn?t continue shopping. C. She felt herself unable to meet life?s challenges. D. With no family to accompany her, she felt extremely lonely. 52.Which of the following is TRUE about the author and her family? A. Jenna was diagnosed with juvenile diabetes some years ago. B. To please Jenna?s, she bought a box of Kellogg?s Com Flakes. C. Passing the CPR exam, she was totally relieved with nothing to fear. D. She feared that she couldn?t attend to her children after they came home. 53.What did the lady do when she noticed the author was crying? A. She provided the author with financial support. B. She comforted and inspired the author to think differently C. She gave the author some advice on how to throw a party.
D. She accompanied the author to do the shopping and drove her home. 54.What lesson has the author probably learned from the woman? A. Kindness can make a big difference. B. Every tear has a smile behind it. C. Look at the positive things in life. D. Be brave enough to face life?s challenges. B When students enter the main hallway, signs above the entryway remind them: “Only English.” In the Beijing school?s main entrance-hall stands a big board with the names of more than 50 top universities in the United States. At the High School Attached to Capital Normal University, 190 students are taking AP classes taught in English by American or Canadian teachers. When the time comes to apply to US colleges, they get help through a new partnership with Germantown Academy. The school pays a private school in Pennsylvania to provide one-on-one guidance consulting to Chinese students in person three times a year, or long-distance help via Skype and e-mall Germantown?s administrators also advise the school on its AP curriculum. The popularity of the program reflects the growing number of middle-class families with the desire and finances, to send their sons and daughters abroad to study. “They know that if the students are going to be players on the world stage, they need to think, create and make revolutionary changes in the same way that kids from Western countries do,” said James Connor, head of school at Germantown. Despite the economic recession, Chinese students still view American education as superior. The number of undergraduates from China on US campuses has surged from 8,659 to 74,516 in the last decade, according to the nonprofit Institute of International Education in "New York. “Though China is growing in many ways, a US education is still the best ，said Heqing IsabelIe Huang, 18，who has applied to five schools: Northwestern, virginia, Michigan, Notre Dame, and Illinois. Her school, the High School Attached to Capital Normal University, was the first public school of its kind in Beijing when it opened in 2008. Now, there are 10 public schools that offer AP courses, said Liang Yuxue, vice-principal of the school. She said students must still complete a core curriculum for a high school diploma in China, but they can
also select among nine AP courses - from US history and English literature to calculus (微 积分 学 )and physics. 55.What is the main purpose of the article? A. To give some advice on how to pass AP exams. B. To introduce the popularity of the AP program in China. C. To promote the AP program at some public schools. D. To tell why many Chinese students prefer studying in America. 56.According to the article, Germantown Academy ____. A. offers students instructions and advice for free B. provides loag-4istance AP classes to students C. assigns some teachers to work at the High School D. helps the High School improve its AP curriculum 57.The underlined word “surged” in Paragraph 7 is closest in meaning to ____. A. increased sharply B. remained steady C. reduced quickly D. developed slowly 58.According to Liang Yuxue ____. A. all students at her school are required to take nine AP courses in total B. a US education is superior to other countries5 despite economic decline C. besides a core curriculum, students at her school can take up AP courses D. the students apply to US colleges hoping to be educated as foreign kids do C Crying babies. Buzzing mosquitoes. Ringing car alarms. They?re all annoying noises. But what?s the worst? A recent survey lists the things we hate to hear. However, number-one on the list was the sound of a dentist's drill. “That lust sends shivers down my spine ” said one respondent. “After a visit to the dentist ，I sometimes wake up at night with that sound in my head. It's horrible, ” said another. I?ve seen patients shaking with fear when I bring out the drill, ” explained a dentist. Of course, anyone who1S actually been to the dentist and heard the sound will probably agree with that. But there's some good news,A new device developed by experts at College London, Brunei University
and London South Bank University can cancel out the sound of the frightening drill. The tiny machine allows patients to listen to music on an MP3 player while the sound of the drill is eliminated. However, patients are still able to hear the dentist's voice because not all sounds are filtered out (滤 除 ). The theory behind it Is fairly straightforward. Microphones are placed close to the dental drill. These pick up any sounds and transform them into digital signals. Then ，eiectronic filters cancel out any unwanted sound waves. This can be done even if the wave's amplitude (振 輻 ）and frequency changes. However ，the great thing is that this technology also allows other noises ，such as the dentist's voice to come through. It?s easy to use, too. Patients simply plug the sound-filtering machine into their MP3 players. Then, via headphones ，they can listen to music and hear the dentist?s voice without being disturbed by the noise of the drill. Fantastic! So, next time you go to the dentist, remember to bring your MP3 player. 59.What is the purpose of the text? A. To announce a recent survey. C. To list some annoying noises. B. To introduce a new product, D. To remind to bring your MP3.
60.What does the underlined sentence in Paragraph 2 most probably mean?' A. It makes me surprised. C. It makes me wide awake. B. It makes me delightful. D. It makes me scared.
61.What technology is the tiny machine based on? A. It can get rid of all the sounds. B. It can transform sound waves into digital signals. C. It can filter out the unwanted sounds. D. It can change the sound wave?s amplitude and frequency. 62.Which of the following words best describe the tiny machine? A. Heavy and useless. C Clear but frightening. B. Simple and practical. D. Fantastic but noisy. D Speaking at the International AIDS Conference in Washington D.C. that concluded Friday, more than 20 top executives of major multinational corporations called for an end to travel bans for people living with
HIV. This is the first time the conference was held in a U.S. city in 22 years because of a ban restricting HIV-positive persons from entering the U.S. President Obama lifted the ban two years ago. Many hope remaining countries with bans in place will follow suit. Marma FaIma is an Aboriginal HIV/AIDS advocate from New Zealand who has been living with the virus for 19 years. She defiantly traveled to the U.S. six times while the entry ban for HIV-positive persons was in place. She says her status is a personal matter and no business of any government. “There [are only three ways of getting HIV,”saidPalma ,You can only get it from unprotected sex or sharing needles or mother-to-child transmission. And I am not going to do any of those three things while I am in America. And I felt quite offended that I had to declare that I had HIV. The U.S. lifted the ban two years ago. There are currently 46 countries that apply some restrictions on HIV-positive people. Many travel bans were put into place in the early days of the epidemic (流行)when little was known about the virus. Advocates argue the restrictions are unnecessary and violate basic human rights.
Travel bans are bad public policy because they only make people hide who they are,” noted Richard
Elliott, executive director of the Canadian HIV Legal Network. And they also keep people who are key to the HIV response from actually being able to come to a conference like this one and be a part of the fight against AIDS globally. Michelle Tobin, from Australia, applauds the U.S. for lifting the travel ban. Tobin declared her status to U.S. immigration in 2006 while in transit through Los Angeles to Canada and was pulled aside for questioning. “To justify the reasons for me being in that particular country, it was ?s a nice feeling,” recalled Tobin. It was like you are being treated like a criminal. Advocates argue today?s treatments allow HIV-positive people to live normal lives. In many cases, new drug regimens make the virus undetectable in a patients ，blood , making transmission unlikely. 63. According to the passage, which of the following is true? A. At present, HIV-positive people lead normal lives.
B. President Obama strongly opposed lifting the travel ban. C. Prejudice against HIV-positive people still exists in travelling. 64.Conference of this kind was fist held in Washington D.C.We can imply from the passage that ____. A. Every time Palma travels to U.S, she has to declare she is a HIV-positive person. B. It is ridiculous to impose the travel bans on HIV-positive person. C. Travel bans contribute much to lighting against AIDS effectively worldwide. D. Breakthroughs have been made in preventing people getting infected with AIDS. 65.The underlined word “defiantly” in Para 2 is closest in meaning to ____. A. secretly B. aggressively C. shamefully D. proudly
66.What is the purpose of the writer A. To urge the remaining countries to lift the ban. B. To introduce an International AIDS Conference. C. To voice HIV-positive person?s great anger. D. To popularize some information about AIDS. E Benjamin Stassen took his own life in 2010. His parents thought their twenty-one year old son was happy. Since his suicide, they have attempted to learn why he killed himself. Alice and Jay Stassen thought Benjamin?s Facebook account might hold clues to his suicide. But the account does not belong to them, nor did it belong to their son. Facebook owns everything in his account. That is what the company says in its user agreement. Jay Stassen says he found it difficult even to communicate with Facebook. A court ordered the company to let the Stassens see their son?s account. However , Facebook has yet to obey the order. Lawyer John Boucher stays informed about digital rights and the law. But he admits that he and his wife have signed many user agreements without reading them. He says he would not know how to get information from his wife?s accounts if she dies. JOHN BOUCHER: “I have no clue. So there is a dual problem here. One is people don?t think about it.
And two, even if they did, they might find they are legally barred from doing it. I personally think what?s going to happen over time is there are going to be model laws drafted to deal with all these circumstances. But they?re going to take years to be accepted by the states, you know. There?s going to be a gray area for the foreseeable future.” Some businesses now are offering people a way to control what happens to their online information after they die. One way to do this is to place your online accounts and passwords in a digital storage area. You give the owners of the area orders about which information to destroy and which to give others when you die. Mark Plattner recently used a program called Sitesucker to download his friend?s blog. He then uploaded a copy of the blog to a new web site under his control. Mark Plattner says we should all plan our own digital legacy. He says “don?t be passive - get to work on your online after life now.” 67.In Para I, the author mentions Benjamin?s death to ____. A. make readers curious about the reason of Benjamin?s death B.appeal people to pay attention to their children?s mental health C.show the importance of having access to users? digital accounts D. arouse the interest of people in the topic of this passage 68.According to the passage, we may safely say ____. A. Facebook has not put the court? judgment into use s B.Facebook possesses users? digital accounts illegally C.John was tricked in signing the user agreements D. the only clue to Benjamin?s death is users? accounts 69.As for the solution to this problem, what attitude does John take? A. pessimistic B. optimistic C. ambiguous D. indifferent
70.Faced with this situation, what can users do? A. Users have no choice but to be subject to Facebook. B. Users can turn to the court to defend their legal rights. C. Users can copy and store their online accounts and passwords. D. Users can do nothing but refuse to use Facebook. 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 . _____is to do good all one?s life and never do anything bad. (what)
72.Mr. Smith will give a lecture on this issue tomorrow afternoon, ____. (worth) 明天下午，史密斯先生将就此做一个报告。据说，此报告值得一听。 73 . ____the food, he had to admit he could not have found any more delicious food than that in this restaurant, (as) 尽管对食物很挑剔，他也不得不承认再也找不到比这家餐馆做的更好的了。 74.To tell you the truth, but for the fact that they were hard to team up with, I ____ 说实话，要不是他们不容易合作，我早就邀请他们加入我们了。 75.We must ____students have vacations, with time to rest and refresh themselves, to think and to sum up their experience, (see) 我们要让学生休假，给学生以恢复疲劳、思考问题、总结经验的时间。 76.As far as I am concerned, education is about learning and the more you learn , ____you are. (equip) 在 我 看 来 ， 教 学 习 。 你 学 的 越 多 ， 你 就 越 能 适 应生活 77.Here are the first two volumes, the third one ____next month, (come) 这儿是头两卷，第三卷下个月出版。 78.The noise outside was .extremely terrible, thus ____my study, (concentrate) 外面的噪音太大，使我无法集中注意力学习。 79. So far no conclusion of who is the Champion of the Host Talent Competition in our school ____ (arrive) 到目前为止谁是我校主持人风采大赛的冠军还没有定论。 80.It will take David a long time to do the social practice ____this firm, (access)
to join us. (invite)
第二节：短文写作（满分 30 分） 请根据以下提示，结合你生活中的一个事例，用英语写一篇短文。
In our daily life, we may well meet with a situation where a helping hand is greatly needed, which makes much difference to those in need. 注意：①无须写标题； ②除诗歌外，文体不限；
③内容必须结合你生活中的一个事例； ④文中不得透露个人姓名和学校名称 i
⑤词数为 120左右，如引用提示语则不计入总字数。 2013 年 3 月襄阳市高三统一调研测试英语试题答案及录音稿 参考答案： 1—5 BCBBC 21—25 DACCD 46—50BACDA 51--54 CDBC 评分原则： ①结构正确、用给定的英语单词完整表达所给的汉语信息，给满分； ②未用给定单词不给分； ③结构不正确不给分； ④结构正确，信息完整，但有一个或一个以上拼写错误扣 0.5 分； ⑤结构正确，信息有遗漏扣 0.5 分； ⑥结构正确，添加无关信息扣 0.5 分。 71.What is hard (difficult) 72. which is said to be worth attending 73. Particular as he was about 74. would have invited them 75. see to it that 76. the more equipped for life . 77. to come out 78. making me unable to concentrate on
6---10 CBCAB 26—30 ACDBA
11—15 CBBCA 31—35 BACBD
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79. has been arrived at 80. before he has /get/gain access to 第二节：短文写作（满分 30 分） One possible version: Everybody needs help because he may come across difficulties from time to time. For the people in trouble, a helping hand is always a flash of hope from the heaven. When it comes to this, it always reminds me of my experience. I still remember it was six years ago when I began to learn English, I found I had great trouble pronouncing the words correctly. Hard as I tried, I failed again and again, thus making me frustrated and losing confidence in myself. I was about to give up when my classmate David came to my help. He taught me how to pronounce correctly and advised me to imitate the tape. If possible, he would force me to communicate with him in English, correcting my mistakes. It was with his help that I got out of the trouble, for which I have been grateful to him. Now we have become close friends. Just as a saying goes, the fragrance always stays in the hand that gives the rose. So, why not stretch out your helping hands to others? However small our help may seem to be, it is often worth a lot to the help-seekers. 一、评分原则 ①本题总分为 30 分，按 5 个档次给分。②词数少于 100，将分数降低一个档次。 ③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， 或调整档次，最后给分。评分档次的确定应在内容符合题目要求的前题下侧重于语言的表达。 ④评分时，应注意的主要内容为：内容切题，语言表达准确、多样、连贯、得体。 ⑤拼写与标点符号是语言表达准确的一个方面，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如书写太潦草，以至影响辨认，将分数降低一个档次。 二、各档次的给分范围和要求 第五档 25-30 分完全完成了试题规定的任务。 —所有内容与提示吻合。 —应用了较丰富的语法结构和词汇。
—语法结构与词汇应用准确，虽有个别错误，但不影响意义的表达；具备较强的语言运用能力。 —恰当使用了语句间的连接成分，全文结构紧凑。 完全达到了预期的写作目的。第四档 19-24 分完成了试题规定的任务。 —主要内容与提示吻合。 —应用的语法结构和词汇能满足任务的要求。 —语法结构与词汇应用基本准确，个别错误对意义的表达有一定影响。 —较恰当地使用了语句间的连接成分，全文结构较紧凑。 达到了预期的写作目的。第三档 13-18 分基本完成了试题规定的任务。 —主要内容与提示比较吻合。 —应用的语法结构和词汇能基本满足任务的要求。 —有一些语法结构与词汇的错误，对意义的表达有较大影响。 —基本能使用语句间的连接成分，全文结构比较松散。整体而言，基本达到了预期的写作目的。 第二档 7-12 分仅完成试题规定的部分任务。 —主要内容与提示基本吻合。 —语法结构单调，应用词汇有限。 —有较多语法结构或词汇方面的错误，影响了意义的表达。 —语句间的连接成分运用不当，缺少连贯性。 信息未能清楚地传达给读者。第一档 1-6 分未完成试题规定的任务。 —主要内容与提示不太吻合。 —语法结构单一，应用词汇十分有限。 —有较多语法结构或词汇方面的严重错误，严重影响了意义的表达。 —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。
(Text 1) M: Can you come over for lunch on Saturday? W: I'd love to, but I've got a dentist's appointment at eleven thirty. (Text 2) M: Could you have Jane Smith come in for an interview? W: Sure, I will call her up immediately, Sir. (Text 3) M: I think I'd like to be a lawyer after graduation as the job sounds interesting. How about you? W: I wouldn't want to be a lawyer. I prefer to be a teacher though my parents expect me to be a doctor. (Text4) M: What?s the matter, Ms. King? W: I?m worried about sending Jenny to college. Most college students are so wild nowadays. M: Only a few are. Most students are too busy studying to have time to get into trouble. (Text5) M : Your yard is always so beautiful, Cathy. You must have a gardener. W : Oh, no. It would cost at least fifty dollars a month to hire someone to do the work, so I did most of it myself. I enjoy taking care of the flowers, but I have to force myself to do the weeding and cut the grass. (Text 6) M :Come in，Ms. Danziger. Please have a seat. W: Thank you. M: Did you have a good trip?. W: It was Ok. I got in on the early flight this morning.. M: Ah, you?re from Los Angeles, aren?t you? W: I live in Los Angeles at present, but I was originally from New York. M: Tell me about your present job. W: I?m a sales representative for a book publisher Travel Books Incorporated. We sell guide books and maps. M: How long have you been with Travel Books?
W: Two years. Before that I was with the Disney Company for a year in Florida, and before that I worked at a toy company in Dallas for six months. (Text 7) W: Excuse me. Are you the manager? M: Yes. W : Look, we?ve been waiting for nearly half an hour and we?ve had to repeat our order to the waiter on three occasions. He seems to forget all about us. M: I'm terribly sorry about that. He hasn't been here very long and he doesn't speak English very well. W : Yes， well， we really don't wish to make a complaint， but we are in rather a hurry and we'd be very grateful if you could speed things up a little. (Text 8) W: Taxi! M : Where to go, Madam? W : Battery Park, please--but can you make a stop at Union Square? I want to pick up my friend there. M: Of course. W: How long will it take to Union Square? M: Well, that depends on the traffic, you know. It's pretty heavy this afternoon. W: Can you make it in fifteen minutes? I'm already ten minutes late. M: OK, I?ll try. Where exactly is your friend waiting at that place? W: On the 14th Street side. Oh, we?re already at the 16th Street. You?re fast. Can you make a left at the next corner? M: Oh，you got it. W: I think she's around here. Can you slow down? Ah， there she is! Just in front of the bookshop. Sally! (Text 9) M: Good morning, Mrs. Green. You want to see me? W: Yes, Jim. Let's see what you've done so far. You were hired as a mail clerk about five years ago. You've learned a lot since then, haven't you? M: Sure. I learned more about the company because I went around to different offices. Then I was promoted
to a mail distribution clerk. That's two grades higher than the mail clerk. So I skipped a grade. I went from Grade 1 to Grade 3. W: Did you like that job? M: Yeah, my payment went up, and every year I moved up a step. Every time I moved up a step, I got a payment raise. I was a Grade 3, Step F. W: You were a boss. M: Right. After three years, the manager said he wanted to help me move up. So I got this job as Senior Clerk. I'm a Grade 5 now. W: Well, Jim, here is another chance to move up the ladder. The mail department is getting some new computers. We'll give everybody two days of training. The people who learn quickly can go to school for more training. M: You mean going to school on company time? Going to school instead of coming to work? W: Yes, because it will help you in your work later. You can be promoted to production programming after you've learned to use computer. The job starts at Grade 7. M: Well, I'd like to think about it for a few days. Maybe I should stay where I am now. (Text 10) Thank you for calling the North London Arts Cinema,Wood Green. There is no one to answer your call at the