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徐州市 2013-2014 学年度高三第三次质量检测 英语试题
说明:1.本试卷共 12 页,满分 120 分,考试时间 120 分钟。 2.在答题纸的密封线内填写学校、班级、姓名、考号等,密封线内不要答题。 3.请将所有答案均按照题号填涂或填写在答题卡/纸相应的答题处,否则不得分。 第一部分:听力(共两节,满分 20 分) 做题时,先将答案标在试卷上。录音内容结束后,你将有两分钟的时间将试卷上的答 案转涂到答题卡上。 第一节(共 5 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 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 .What did the man do last night? A. He watched a play. B.He did some shopping. C. He relaxed at home. 2. When can the speakers reach the Overseas Chinese Hotel? A. At 11:35.B. At 11:45.C. At 12:00. 3 .How did John do in the exam? A. He failed in the exam. B.He got the highest mark.C.He did worse than last time. 4 .What is the woman doing? A. Offering suggestions. B.Expressing dissatisfaction. C. Asking for help. 5 .Who knows the best place to ride a bike according to the conversation? A. Harry. B. The man speaker. C. The woman speaker. 第二节(共 15 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 15 分) 请听下面 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,每小题将给出 5 秒钟的作答时间。每段对话或独白 读两遍。 听第 6 段对话,回答第 6 至 7 题。 6. Where does the woman live? A. 50 Bermard Street, W12.B.15 Bermard Street, W12. C.12 Bermard Street, W50. 7. What do you know about Harold? A. He's a little cat. B. He's a little kid. C. He's a little dog. 听第 7 段材料,回答第 8 至 9 题。 8. When was the phrase "got milk" first made? A. In the early 1990s. B. In the late 1990s. C. In the early 1980s. 9. Where can people see the phrase "got guitar" according to the man? A. In movies. B.On T-shirts. C. In textbooks. 听第 8 段材料,回答第 10 至 12 题。 10. What's the weather like in the man's city now? A. Windy and snowy. B.Sunny and windy. C. Cold and wet. 11.Where is the woman now? A. In the USA. B: In Japan. C. In Russia.
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12.What will the woman do? A. Get ready for the hurricane. B. Go to the beach. C. Call the man this evening. 听第 9 段材料,回答第 13 至 16 题。 13. What does the man suggest the woman see? A. Old buildings. B.National parks. C. National museums. 14. How does the man advise the woman to go to the west? A. By car. B. By bus. C. By air. 15. What will the man lend the woman? A. A tent and a few pieces of equipment. B.A car and a few pieces of equipment. C .A tent and a car. 16. What can we learn from the conversation? A. The woman will stay in the man's country for 2 weeks. B. There are some most beautiful mountains in the man's country. C. There are some great national parks in the woman's country. 听第 10 段材料,回答第 17 至 20 题。 17. Which is NOT a benefit of the minerals and vitamins found in bananas? A. Controlling blood pressure. B. Aiding muscle movement. C. keeping off cold. 18. What effect can bananas have on people's emotions? A. They make people high-spirited. B. They make people low-spirited. C. They make people less emotional. 19. What will happen if a banana is placed in a refrigerator? A. Its appearance will remain the same. B. It won't go bad quickly. C. Its flesh will turn dark soon. 20. What does the banana industry try to tell people? A. Don't place bananas in the refrigerator. B. It's not true that bananas can keep you young. C. Bananas can be well pres erved in the refrigerator. 第二部分:英语知识运用(共两节,满分 35 分) 第一节:单项填空(共 15 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 15 分) 请认真阅读下面各题,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.The writer revealed that the story was__by real life events, though the characters were fictional. A. inspired B. encouraged C. motivated D. promoted 22. --- Jane is lucky to have got the well-paid job. 一 Yes, __she is inexperienced and young. A. though B. if C. because D. when 23.After many trials and failures, the farmer__built a homemade plane that successfully got off the ground. A. especially B. automatically C. essentially D. eventually 24. --- I don't remember having ever seen John since last week. Has he gone somewhere? 一 Not really. He__his newly-bought apartment. A. has decorated B.was decorating C. decorated D. has been decorating 25.The most challenging job for game designers is to make their games interesting__. A. to play B. to be played C. played D. being played
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26. --- Mr. Li will drive us to Shanghai tomorrow. 一 But I suppose taking a train would be a better choice: He__like crazy, you know. A. drives B. will drive C. is driving D. drove 27. Until we lose them, scarcely__ how much pleasure and happiness our ordinary lives offer. A .we realize B.do we realize C. did we realize D. we have realized 28 一 I think I saw Mr. Smith at yesterday's party. 一 He__there. He is now on a business trip in Greece. And he left the day before yesterday. A. mustn't have been B.couldn't have been C. might not be D. should not be 29. In many cities of China, if an ambulance is__in a traffic jam, police will respond to the emergency. A. held up B. held back C. held down D. held out 30. The local guide told the explorers that ropes and knives were__wanted to go into the inner part of the mountain must take along. A. that whoever B. what who C. what whoever D. that who 31 一 Did you go to Taylor Swift's concert last night? 一 I would rather I__.But I was preparing a report for my boss. A. did B. had C. would D. might 32. In the middle of February, the weather__favorable for work, the workers began to repair and secure the dam of the river. A. was B. being C. would be D. to be 33.Vitamin D gets produced when animals are exposed to direct sunlight, for_reason, it is always advisable to give them chances to spend time in the sun. A. whose B. that C. which D. its 34. --- John is said to have written two books last year. 一 Yes, so he__.They are both about the Second World War. A. is B. does C. has D. did 35 一 Jane looked beautiful at the wedding. 一 Huh! Too much make-up__, A. as I must disagree’ B. when I dare say C. unless you mind D. if you ask me 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,从短文后各题所给的 A, B, C, D 四个选项中,选出最佳选项,并在 答题卡上将该项涂黑。 The Fish I didn't Catch I still remember my first fishing experience as if it were but yesterday. I have been 36 many times in my life (like when I got admitted to the best school), but never more intensely so than when I received that first fishing 37 from my uncle. My uncle, who knew by long 38 where pickerel(梭鱼)would gather, 39 placed me at the most favorable point. I threw out my line and waited anxiously for a bite, 40 the float up and down rapidly on the surface of the water. But nothing came of it. "Try again," said my uncle. Suddenly the float 41 out of sight. "Now for it," thought I; "here is a fish at last."
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I made a strong pull, only to bring up a tangle of weeds. Again and again I cast out my line with aching arms, and drew it back empty. I looked at my uncle 42 ."Try once more," he said;"we fishermen must have 43 Suddenly something tugged at my line, and swept off with it into deep water. Pulling it up quickly, I saw a fine pickerel wriggling in the sun. "Uncle! ”I cried, looking back in uncontrollable 44 , "I've got a fish!”"Not yet," said my uncle. Just then, I saw the scared fish shooting into the middle of the stream, my hook hung 45 from the line. I had lost my prize. My heart sank with it and I felt like a failure. We tend to speak of the 46 of childhood as matters of little importance 47 those of grown-ups. Controlled by reason and self-respect, the sorrows of grown-ups 48 the social customs and rules of conduct 49 the sorrows of childhood are a complete abandonment to the passion. The doll's nose is broken, and the whole world 50 with it. So, overcome with my bitter disappointment, I refused to be 51 ,even by my uncle's guarantee that there were more fish in the river. He refitted my bait, and, putting the pole again in my hands, told me to try my luck once more. "But remember, boy," he said, with a smile, "it's no use to boast of(自夸)anything before it's done, nor then, either, 52 it speaks for itself." How often I have been reminded of the fish that I did not catch 53 !When I hear people talking about their distant aims as if they had already been achieved, I call to mind that 54 by the riverside, and the wise caution of my uncle takes the form of a proverb of 55 application: "NEVER BOAST OF YOUR FISH BEFORE YOU CATCH HIM." 36. A. happy B. confident C. curious D. optimistic 37. A. basket B. pole C. net D. boat 38. A. analysis B. calculation C. adjustment D-experience 39. A. casually B. desperately C、considerately D. unexpectedly 40. A. kicking B: moving C. releasing D. folding 41.A. sank B. bounced C. flew D. extended 42. A.understandingly B. –appealingly C. seemingly D. approvingly 43. A. affection B. imagination C. competence .D. patience 44. A: amusement B.disappointment C. excitement D . astonishment 45. A. separate B. heavy C. empty D. dull 46. A. achievements B. sorrows C. remarks D. commitments 47. A. in comparison with B.in favour of C. in response to D. on account of 48. A. reform B. keep C. violate D. establish 49. A. if B. since C. when D. while 50. A. goes ahead B. takes off C、breaks up D. comes out 51.A. criticized B. teased C. comforted D. protected 52. A. for B. once C. if D. though 53. A. just then B. ever since C. ever after D. only now 54. A. view B. location C. conflict D. scene 55. A. liberal B. potential C. artificial D. universal 第三部分:阅读理解(共 15 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 30 分) 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,并在答题
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卡上将该项涂黑。 A SANTA MONICA, Calif. (KABC)一 A Santa Monica High School teacher who was put on leave after using physical force to control a student who was selling marijuana(大麻)in his classroom has received surprising support on Facebook. The incident was captured on video and has caused a sudden reaction from parents, teachers, students and even graduates. They are showing their support for Black. A Facebook page supporting "Coach Black" has over 4,700 likes. And many want him back in the classroom. Student witnesses say Mark Black, who is also the wrestling coach, tried to confiscate (没收) a bag of marijuana and was then injured by the student with a pencil. The cellphone video shows Black locking the student's legs and pinning the student to the ground. "He just wanted him to stop and he was trying to be a teacher and help, and I don't think it was his fault." said student Kylan Townsend. School Board member Oscar De La Tone says Mr. Black is one of his teachers at Santa Monica High School. "I know him very well. I know him to be a fair person, a good person, someone who cares deeply about his students," said De La Torre. He says that the video does not tell the whole story and that the incident brings to light the issue of drug use, something the district needs to a ddress. But in an email to parents, Santa Monica-Malibu Unified School District Superintendent Sandra Lyon says the teacher's behavior is "absolutely alarming." She put Black on leave during an independent investigation. Lyon has come under fire from parents for initially saying the kind of physical action used by the teacher was unacceptable. On Saturday, Lyon released the following statement to Eyewitness News: "I want to stress that teachers are at times confronted with difficult, even threatening situations, and they must make judgment calls to protect safety. I want to emphasize that putting the teacher who was involved in this incident on leave until completion of an independent investigation is a matter of standard policy and practice; it in no way prejudices the outcome of the investigation." Students hope the situation will have a quick and just resolution. An online petition(请原 书) pas also peen createu by one of Black's former students. The petition has already gained thousands of signatures. Black did not respond to a request for comment. 56. What does the cellphone video on Facebook disclose? A. Mark Black injured a student with a pencil. B .Mark Black wrestled with a student in his class. C. Mark Black confiscated a bag and locked a student. D. Mark Black controlled a student with physical force. 57. In the fifth paragraph, the underlined word "it" refers to__. A. making judgment calls to protect safety B. putting the teacher involved on leave C. completion of an independent investigation D. a matter of standard policy and practice 58. From the passage, we can infer that__ A. the people involved in the matter support Mark Black
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B. Mark Black will be eventually fired by the School Board C. Sandra Lyon won some support from parents initially D. no decision has been made from the investigation yet 59. Which of the following can be the best title for the passage? A. Teacher Put on Leave Receives Support B. Thousands Come and Sign the Petition C .School Teacher Wrestled with Student D. Cellphone Video on the Facebook Page B Nothing gets the heart racing like a new roller coaster, and theme parks keep building them higher, faster and, well, just cooler than ever before. Here are five hot new coasters opening for the 2014 summer season.

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60. Which of the following statements is NOT true? A. Thunderbolt was built in New York in 1925. B .Goliath will not be built as a high coaster. C. Magic Kingdom provides a short musical journey. D. Banshee is the first female-inspired theme park ride. 61 .Which roller coaster is most likely to attract people who like adventure and excitement? A. Banshee. B. Seven Dwarfs Mine Train. C. Goliath. D. Harry Potter and the Escape from Gringott. 62. We can learn from the passage that A .the five new roller coasters are made of the same materials B .Banshee is the first of the roller coasters built by a woman C. King Island is a branch of the company named Cedar Fair D. the roller coaster in Orlando is located in the city of London C The evolution of the first animals may have oxygenated (供氧) Earth's oceans. New research led by the University of Exeter challenges the long held belief that oxygenation of the atmosphere and oceans was a precondition for the evolution of complex life forms. The study, published in the journal Nature Geoscience, builds on the recent work of scientists in Denmark who found that sponges(海绵动物)一 the first animals to evolve 一 require only small amounts of oxygen. Professor Tim Lenton of the University of Exeter, who led the new study, said: "We argue that t he evolution of the first animals could have played a key role in the widespread oxygenation of the deep oceans. This in turn may have facilitated the evolution of more complex, mobile animals." Critical to determining oxygen levels in the deep ocean is the balance of oxygen supply and demand. Demand for oxygen is created by the sinking of dead organic material into the deep ocean. The new study argues that the first animals reduced this supply of organic matter 一 both directly and indirectly. Sponges feed by pumping water through their bodies, "digesting" the tiny particles of organic matter, and thus helping oxygenate the shelf seas that they live in. By oxygenating more of the bottom waters, the first animals actually increased the removal of the essential nutrient phosphorus(磷)in the ocean. This in turn reduced the productivity of the whole ocean ecosystem, lowering oxygen demand and thus oxygenating the deep ocean. A more oxygen-rich ocean created ideal conditions for more complex mobile animals to evolve, because they have a higher requirement for oxygen. These included the first predatory (肉食的)animals with guts(内脏)that started to eat one another, marking the beginning of the type of food webs we are familiar with today.
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Professor Simon Poulton of the University of Leeds, who is a co-author of the study, added: "This study provides a possible mechanism for ocean oxygenation without the requirement for a rise in atmospheric oxygen. It therefore questions whether the long-standing belief that there was a major rise in atmospheric oxygen at this time is correct. We simply don't know the answer to this at present, which is ultimately key to understanding how our planet evolved to its current habitable state. Geochemists need to come up with new ways to explain oxygen levels on the early Earth." 63. The underlined word "facilitated" in Para. 3 is closest in meaning to__. A. prevented B. promoted C. interrupted D. witnessed 64. From paragraphs 4 to 6, we can infer that__. A. phosphorus can keep the productivity of the ocean ecosystem B. complex animals consume the same amount of oxygen as sponges C. the sinking of dead organic material into the deep ocean produces oxygen D. the existence of the first animals marks the beginning of modern food webs 65. From the last paragraph, we can learn Pro. Simon Poulton believes that__. A. their study gives a new explanation for the high oxygen content in the air B .oxygen increased greatly in the air as the first animals oxygenated the oceans C. their study answers the question of how the earth evolved to the present state D. ocean oxygenation does not necessarily require a rise in atmospheric oxygen 66. The main purpose of the passage is to__. A. present the view that the first animals played an active role in oxygenating oceans B. introduce two opposite opinions on how the first animals oxygenated oceans C .analyze how atmospheric oxygen stepped up the evolution of oceanic animals D. explain how oceanic oxygen determines the amount of atmospheric oxygen D Minnie's flat, as the one-floor resident apartments were then being called, was in a part of West Van Buren Street inhabited by families of laborers and clerks, men who had come, and were still coming, with the rush of population pouring in at the rate of 50,000 a year. It was on the third floor, the front windows looking down into the street, where, at night, the lights of grocery stores were shining and children were playing. To Carrie, the sound of the little bells upon the horse-cars, as they tinkled in and out of hearing, was as pleasing as it was novel. She gazed into the lighted street when Minnie brought her into the front room, and wondered at the sounds, the movement, the murmur of the vast city which stretched for miles and miles in every direction. Mrs. Hanson, after the first greetings were over, gave Carrie the baby and proceeded to get supper. Her husband asked a few questions and sat down to read the evening paper. He was a silent man, American born, of a Swede father, and now employed as a cleaner of refrigerator cars at the stock-yards. To him the presence or absence of his wife's sister was a matter of indifference. Her personal appearance did not affect him one way or the other. His one observation to the point was concerning the chances of work in Chicago. "It's a big place," he said. "You can get in somewhere in a few days. Everybody does." It had been understood beforehand that she was to get work and pay her board. He was of a clean, saving character, and had already paid a number of monthly installments(分期付款)on two pie ces of land far out on the West Side. His ambition was some day to build a house on
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them. In the interval which marked the preparation of the meal Carrie found time to study the flat. She had some slight gift of observation and that sense, so rich in every woman-intuition. She felt the drag of a lean and narrow life. The walls of the rooms were improperly papered. The floors were covered with matting and the hall laid with a thin rag carpet. One could see that the furniture was of that poor, hurriedly patched together quality sold by the installment houses. She sat with Minnie, in the kitchen, holding the baby until it began to cry. Then she walked and sang to it, until Hanson, disturbed in his reading, came and took it. A pleasant side to his nature came out here. He was patient. One could see that he paid enough attention to his baby. "Now, now," he said, walking. "There, there," and there was a certain Swedish accent noticeable in his voice. "You'll want to see the city first, won't you?" said Minnie, when they were eating. "Well, we'll go out Sunday and see Lincoln Park. Carrie noticed that Hanson had said nothing to this. He seemed to be thinking of something else. "Well," she said, "I think I'll look around tomorrow. I've got Friday and Saturday, and it won't be any trouble. Which way is the business part?" Minnie began to explain, but her husband took this part of the conversation to himself. "It's that way," he said, pointing east. "That's east." Then he went off into the longest speech he had yet taken part in, concerning the lay of Chicago. "You'd better look in those big manufacturing houses along Franklin Street and just the other side of the river," he concluded. "Lots of girls work there. You could get home easy, too. It isn't very far." Carrie nodded and asked her sister about the neighborhood. The latter talked in a soft tone, telling the little she knew about it, while Hanson concerned himself with the baby. Finally he jumped up and handed the child to his wife. 67. The first paragraph mainly describes__ A. the surroundings around the Hansons' flat B. the scenes in West Van Buren Street C .what Mr. and Mrs. Hanson's flat looked like D. the nightlife of West Van Buren Street 68. From the passage we can learn that Mr. Hanson__· A. was glad at Carrie's arrival’ B. cared little about his child C. was unfamiliar with Chicago D. tried hard to live a better life 69. We can draw a conclusion from the passage that__. A. Minnie's house was very well furnished B. Carrie was a sensitive girl with ambition C. Carrie came to look after her nephew D. Minnie and her husband got on very well 70. Which of the following shows the right order of the events in the story? a. Carrie observed the Hansons' flat. b. Mr. Hanson handed his baby to Minnie. c. Minnie told Carrie about their neighborhood. d. Carrie sang to the baby to stop it from crying. e. Mr. Hanson explained the business part to Minnie. f. Minnie gave Carrie the baby and proceeded to get supper. A. c-a-f-e-d-b B. a-c-f-eb-d C.f-a-d-e-c-b D.f-e-a -b-c-d
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第四部分:任务型阅读(共 10 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 10 分) 请认真阅读下列短文, 并根据所读内容在文章后表格中的空格里填入一个最恰当的单 词。注意:每个空格只填 1 个单词。请将答案写在答题卡上相应题号的横线上。 Does reading great literature expand our imagination and better our moral and social sensibilities? For most people, it's just wishful thinking because there's no evidence that people are morally or socially better for reading Tolstoy or other great books. But just hold on a second there. Actually, there is such evidence, says US writer Annie Murphy Paul. She argues in Time magazine that "deep reading", as opposed to browsing web pages, makes us nicer and smarter. Her evidence includes several studies carried out by some psychologists. One is based in Canada. Two psychologists found that individuals who often read fiction appear to be better able to understand other people, sympathize with them and view the world from their perspective. But this improvement is only possible if we do deep reading, which isn't just about understanding the meaning of each word, Paul explains. Deep reading is "slow, devoted, rich in sensory detail and emotional and moral complexity". Through processing details, comparisons, and other literary devices, the reader's brain creates a mental representation as if the scene were unfolding in real life. “It's said that reading a good book is like falling in love with the writer. Paul cites another study by psychologist Victor Nell from a university in South Africa, who found that when readers are enjoying the experience most, the pace of their reading slows. The combination of fast, fluent understanding of words and slow, unhurried progress on the page gives deep readers time to enrich their reading with their own thoughts, analysis, memories and opinions. It's as if reader and writer were engaged in a deep and real conversation, like people falling in love. None of this is possible when we browse web pages. We will eventually lose the ability to appreciate our literary heritage because novels, poems and other kinds of literature can be understood only by readers whose brains are trained to read them. And even some educators just meet young people where they are by adapting education to their onscreen habits. With the electronic devices spreading universally, Paul warns, deep reading has become an endangered practice. We should care about how we read as much as what we read. So pick up a book, sit back, and let a spiritual journey begin that will take you places only deep reading can.

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第五部分书面表达(满分 25 分) 阅读下面的短文,然后按照要求写一篇 150 词左右的英语短文。 Honesty means speaking the truth and being fair. Honesty is a good virtue. If you are honest all the time, you'll be trusted and respected by others. A liar is always looked down upon and regarded as a black sheep by the people around. Once you lie, people will never believe you even if you speak the truth. However, nowadays it seems that more and more people believe in money at the sacrifice of honesty. To them, among such things as health, beauty, money, intelligence, honesty, reputation and talent, honesty is the only thing that can be thrown away. They don't understand or pretend not to understand that honesty is the biggest fortune for humans,.and that it is necessary to do everything well. In short, honesty is gold. Honest, your reputation will become great; dishonest, your name will be spoiled: Therefore, we should never make such an excuse as "A little dishonesty is only a slight thing." We should remove immediately the seed of dishonesty once it's sowed in our minds. 【写作内容] 1.以约 30 个词概括上面短文; 2.以约 120 个词谈谈你对诚信的想法,内容包括: (1)失去诚信的危害性。 (2)举例说明诚信的重要性并谈谈你个人的看法。 〔写作要求] 1.在作文中可以使用自己亲身的经历、虚构的故事或生活中的事例,也可以参照阅 读材料的内容,但不得直接引用原文中的句子。 2.作文中不能出现真实姓名和学校名称。 【评分标准」

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概括准确,语言规范,内容合适,语篇连贯。

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徐州市 2013~2014 学年度高三第三次质量检测 英语试题 答案

三、完型填空: 36-40 ABDCB 41-45 ABDCC 四、阅读理解: 56-59 DBDA 60-62 BAC

46-50 BABDC

51-55 CABDD

63-66 BADA

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五、任务型阅读: 71. Theme/Subject/Topic/Title 72. proved 73. considerate/thoughtful 74. create 75. enjoyable/joyful 76. enrich 77. Problems/Difficulties/Worries 78. training 79. adapt/adjust 80. way 六、书面表达参考答案 It is known that honesty plays an important role in our life, which can contribute to our success and earn us respect from others. Therefore, honesty is of vital importance and bring people benefits. Dishonesty may bring people short-term benefits. But actually, it will cost them friendship, love, social status or even life. Dishonesty destroys the harmonious relationship between people. What’s worse, it even becomes a barrier of the moral development in society.

听力原文: Text 1: W: Did you go to the theater last night? M: Yes, I did. W: What did you think of the play? M: It was excellent. Text 2:
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M: Will it take long to get to the Overseas Chinese Hotel? W: About 30 minutes. What time is it by your watch now? M: Well, it’s a quarter past eleven. Text 3: M: What’s the result of the exam? I’m sure John has got the highest mark, because he has been studying hard this term. W: As a matter of fact he didn’t pass the exam this time. M: Really? I didn’t expect that. W: I didn’t either. Text 4: M: Can I help you, madam? W: Yes, I want to report a theft that happened to my house during our absence. M: I see. What is missing? Text 5: W: How about going for a bike ride? M: Sure. Where? W: Let’s call Harry and ask him. He always knows the best places to go. M: That’s a good idea. I’ll get ready. Text 6: M: Good morning, ma’am. Can I help you? W: Oh, I’ve lost my Harold; I think he’s left me. M: Oh, it’s a missing person case. Ok, let me just fill in this form, ma’am. The name is Harold, right? What’s his last name? W: Well, the same as mine, Harold Trot. M: Address? W: 15 Bermard Street, W12. M: When did you last see him, Mrs. Trot? And was there anything unusual that would have made him leave? W: I last saw him early this morning, in the park. Well, he’d been a very naughty boy so I hit him with a stick and he tried to bite me and I’m afraid he got very angry and just ran away. My little Harold. You are only three. M: How tall is he? W: Oh, I don’t think he could be more than 11 inches tall. M: Eleven…er…we are talking about a little boy, are we not, ma’am? W: A boy? A little boy? Good heavens, no! It’s my Harold, my little dog. Text 7: M: Hey Mary, got milk? W: Hey Jack, got milk? M: Have you heard that phrase “got milk” before? The phrase “got milk” was first used in the early 1990s. W: People drank more milk after hearing that? M: Yes! In the US, June is National Dairy Month. And they usually drink milk and eat products made of milk. W: What are they?
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M: Cheese is one, so is ice cream. I think my favourite food is cheese. W: I have to agree with you there. M: Sometimes I like ice cream, although we shouldn’t eat that as often as we drink a glass of milk. The phrase “got milk” became better known and helped some people make a lot of money. W: Ha… That’s funny! And then it’s used in other ways, right? M: Well, yes! You might see newspapers and T-shirts that say “got guitar”, “got dogs”, “got fruit”. Ha…Oh, that’s a lot of fun! W: Yes. And did they all come from that phrase “got milk”? M: Hmm, yes. Of course. Text 8: W: Hi, Paul, it’s me. M: Hi, Mary. How’s the trip? W: Great. I’m having a great time. The weather is perfect. Every day is warm, sunny and great. I sleep late, go to the beach. How is it there? M: Well, it’s terrible, actually. It’s cold and it rained this morning. It’s supposed to snow tomorrow. A big storm. W: Too bad! You should be here with me. M: I don’t know. Maybe? W: What do you mean, maybe? M: Did you hear the weather report today? W: No, why? M: You should have. So you could get ready. W: Ready for what? M: Ready for the hurricane. W: Hurricane? M: Yeah, I saw it on TV this morning. A hurricane is coming. There will be lots of strong winds tomorrow and heavy rain. It’s a big hurricane, and it’s coming up the coast of Mexico. W: Hurricane? I can’t believe it. Well, today is sunny and warm. And that’s all I care about. Light wind. Beautiful weather. I’m going to the beach. I’ll worry about the hurricane later. M: Okay. I’ll talk to you later. But be careful. W: I’ll call you tomorrow. Bye. Text 9: M: How long are you planning to stay here? W: I’ ve got three weeks altogether. What do you suggest I see? M: What would you like to do? W: I think I’d like to see some of the things that you can’t find in other countries. M: Well, I suggest you see some of our national parks. You’ve got lots of old buildings in your country. Ours is a fairly new country, so our cities and towns are modern. But I guess we’ve got some of the most beautiful mountains and countryside in the world. Why don’t you hire a car and drive around for a couple of weeks? W: Is it expensive to rent a car? M: No, not very. You need a driving license. Have you got one? W: Yes. M: I think you’d better fly somewhere in the west. Then you can pick up a car and travel around.
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W: What about places to stay? M: I suggest you take a tent. I can lend you one and a few pieces of equipment. Is there anything else I could do for you? Do whatever you feel like do ing! Shall we go downtown this evening? We could walk around. Text 10: Bananas, which contain a lot of vitamins and minerals needed by the body, represent one of nature’s healthiest food choices. In fact, bananas have three times the amount of vitamins A and C found in apples. The tasty fruit also contains five times more protein than apples. These essential minerals and vitamins help control blood pressure and help muscle movement and digestion. Bananas provide not only physical benefits but also mental and emotional benefits. Bananas contain something that helps lift our mood. The next time you want to polish your shoes, reach for a banana skin. Some people insist that the inside of a banana peel can produce a great shine for your shoes. Many people believe that bananas should never be placed in the refrigerator, but it’s just not true. The banana industry has been working hard to correct this myth for years. While banana skins will turn dark in the refrigerator, the fruit will spoil less quickly in the refrigerator ’s cool environment.

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