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武昌区2013届高三年级五月供题训练(英语)

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武昌区 2013 届高三年级五月供题训练 英 语 试 卷
本试卷共 150 分,考试用时 120 分钟。 ★ 祝考试顺利 ★ 本试卷第一至第三部分为选择题,共 100 分;第四部分为非选择题,共 50 分,全卷共 12 页。 注意事项: 1.答题前,考生务必将自己的学校、班级、姓名、准考证号填写在答题卷指定位臵, 认真核对与准考证号条形码上的信息是否一致, 并将准考证号条形码粘贴在答题卷上的指定 位臵。 2.选择题的作答:选出答案后,用 2B 铅笔把机读卡上对应题目的答案标号涂黑,如需 改动,用橡皮擦干净后,再选涂其他答案标号。答在试题卷上无效。 3.非选择题的作答:用黑色墨水的签字笔直接答在答题卷上的每题所对应的答题区域 内。答在试题卷上或答题卷指定区域外无效。 4.考试结束,监考人员将答题卷收回,考生自己保管好试题卷,评讲时带来。

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, 满分 7.5 分) 听下面五段对话。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。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 are the speakers mainly talking about? A. A hobby. 2. Where are the speakers? A. At a clinic. 3. What can we learn about Jane? A. She wasn’t hurt. B. She had an accident. C. She wore her seat belt. 4. What can we learn about the woman? A. She was washing her face. A. 153 pounds. B. She was driving. B. 160 pounds. C. She was hurt. C. 163 pounds.
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B. A plan. B. At a drugstore.

C. Music. C. At a vegetable market.

5. How much does the woman weigh now?

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。听每段对话或独白前,你将有时间阅读各个小题,每小题 5 秒钟;听 完后,各小题将给出 5 秒钟的作答时间。每段对话或独白读两遍。 听第 6 段材料,回答第 6、7 题。 6. Where does the conversation take place? A. At a clinic. A. Chinese. B. At a restaurant. B. Italian. C. At a drugstore. C. American. 7. What restaurant did the woman go to first last night?

听第 7 段材料,回答第 8 至 10 题。 8. What is the trouble with British education? A. Students’ training. B. Subjects planning. C. Teachers. 9. What is the man’s attitude towards British school education? A. More classrooms should be built. B. Students need more time to learn to live. C. Students shouldn’t be kept busy. 10. What opinion does the woman support? A. Teachers should learn more about real life. B. Better subjects should be offered. C. Teachers should be old. 听第 8 段材料,回答第 11 至 13 题。 11. Who probably is the woman? A. A mountaineer. 12. What caused the accident? A. The woman hurt her arm. B. The woman lost her way. C. The woman landed the wrong way. 13. What can we learn about the woman? A. She is weak. B. She failed only twice. C. She’ll recover in about two months. 听第 9 段材料,回答第 14 至 16 题。 14. Where most probably are the speakers? A. At a clinic. A. Pain in the chest. B. At a classroom. B. Throwing up. C. At a restaurant. C. Aches in bones. 15. What is the main symptom according to the man? 16. What does the man say about his throat? A. It’s a bit hard for him to swallow. B. He has a dull pain in it.
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B. A sportswoman.

C. A pilot.

C. It’s been hurt. 听第 10 段材料,回答第 17 至 20 题。 17. What is the purpose of the talk? A. Offering some advice on sleeping problems. B. Stressing physical exercise. C. Telling people how to exercise. 18. Why is it useless to keep turning around when you can’t sleep? A. It’s tiring. B. It makes you worry. C. It increases heart rate. 19. Which of the following can cause sleeplessness? A. Eating cheese before going to bed. B. Lack of sleep on weekends. C. Too much exercise in the evening. 20. What can we learn about sleeping pills? A. It’s useless for sleeplessness. B. It prevents sleeping. C. It’ll help relax. 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。 例:To make members of a team perform better, the trainer first of all has to know their _____ and weaknesses. A. strengths 答案是 A。 21. Shandong Province produced 50 million pounds of apples this year, A. ranking and teachers to A. involve B. occupying C. arranging second in China. D. classifying B. benefits C. techniques D. values

22. A special feature of the reform of education in our school is the opportunity for both students together in classroom activity. B. consist C. participate D. absorb the habit of

23. A study shows that children living in a smoking family are more likely to smoking at a very young age. A. build up B. make up C. draw up D. pick up 24. With no financial pressure, the whole team are quite sure that they can difficulties and finish the task before the deadline. A. come across B. pass on C. get over

the temporary D. hand down taking the bus or
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25. When I go to Hankou for shopping, I choose to take the subway

riding a bicycle. A. rather than B. regardless of C. other than D. except for , thousands of 26. The Boston explosion set off panic among average American people. Marathon runners will still take part next year. A. Consequently B. Nevertheless C. Controversially D. Individually will be determined by D. available 27. According to the Organizing Committee, the number of tickets the capacity of the stadium. A. adjustable B. acceptable C. advisable 28. Having been working as a coach for years, I am A. realistic B. conscious enough to know it is going to be a D. flexible to indicate that the falling D. assumption

very difficult situation to compete against three strong teams. C. sensitive 29. According to those experts, there is already clear A. witness academic A. function B. evidence in the classroom. B. conduct C. routine D. performance C. identity

temperature of this spring is indirectly affected by the global warming. 30. We are supposed to help the students realize that a good breakfast contributes to better

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 和 D)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。 When I was in junior high, the eighth-grade bully(恶徒) hit me in the stomach. Not only did it hurt and make me angry, but the 31 and shame were almost unbearable. I wanted 33 34 32 to it. even the score! I planned to meet him on the playground the next day and let him For some reason, I told my plan to Nana, my didn't need to 35

. Surprisingly, she gave me one of her 36 good results, and evil deeds

hour-long lectures. Among the many things she told, I unclearly remembered her telling me that I about him. She said, "Good deeds 37 38 40 42 lead to bad results." I told her, in a nice way, of course, that I thought she was full of it. I told her that I did good things all the time, but all I got It took me 30 years to understand the dinner by car. I would always find her neatly nearby simple little family-owned restaurant. I myself. The food food on her plate. small pieces. I then 43 44 45 was "Rubbish!" of her words. Nana was living in a 39 and took her out to 41 to a sitting in a wheel-chair right by the front pot roast for Nana and a hamburger for

board-and-care home in Laguna Hills, California. Each Tuesday, I

door. I clearly remember our very last dinner together before she left there. We

and as I dug in, I noticed that Nana wasn't eating, but staring at the my plate aside, I took Nana's plate to my side and cut her meat into the plate back in front of her. As she 48 46 the meat into her 47

mouth very weakly, and with great difficulty, I was struck with a memory that brought tears to my eyes. Forty years small pieces so I could eat it. It had taken 40 years, but the good deed had been you do will someday come back to you." We 50

, when I was a little boy, Nana had always cut the meat into 49 . Nana was right. "Every good deed exactly what we sow.
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31. A. excitement 32. A. hopelessly 33. A. get 34. A. teacher 35. A. care 36. A. get around 37. A. in return 38. A. accuracy 39. A. dropped in 40. A. prepared 41. A. drove 42. A. bought 43. A. served 44. A. Moving 45. A. pulled 46. A. handed 47. A. guilty 48. A. previously 49. A. awarded 50. A. harvest

B. embarrassment B. seriously B. make B. father B. worry B. bring about B. in need B. intelligence B. turned up B. washed B. walked B. booked B. arrived B. Pushing B. brought B. distributed B. joyful B. gradually B. repaid B. fulfill

C. disappointment C. desperately C. take C. grandmother C. argue C. settle down C. in advance C. explanation C. came by C. changed C. hurried C. fetched C. appeared C. Sweeping C. placed C. forked C. bitter C. afterwards C. accomplished C. acquire

D. appointment D. finally D. have D. classmate D. talk D. bring up D. in exchange D. wisdom D. pulled in D. dressed D. wandered D. ordered D. cooked D. Taking D. threw D. sucked D. instant D. consequently D. encouraged D. welcome

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 和 D)中,选出最佳选项, 并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 A Speaking of Londoners, a stereotype comes to mind –a man in a dark suit with an umbrella in hand and Big Ben barely visible against the foggy sky. Londoners often give the impression of being reserved. But The News York Times recently issued a report headlined True Londoners Are Extinct. What defines a Londoner exactly? The criteria can be tricky. The newspaper discovered that over the last decade, the foreign-born population in London reached 2.6 million, about a third of the city’s population. ―Foreigners can’t be Londoners,‖ a British political campaigner told the newspaper. A true Londoner would never support Manchester United, the newspaper quoted a man in a pub. Fair enough, since one has four other top league clubs to choose from, you must be too ignorant to be a Londoner. Next issue is where you live. There are those who believe that true Londoners are cockneys—those who were born within earshot of Bow Bells. The oddest claim of all was from a pub goer: ―A real Londoner would never, never, ever, eat at one of those bloody Angus steakhouses in the West End. That’s how you tell.‖ Indeed, London is a city ―prejudiced‖ with directions. You quickly discover which part of the

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city suits your temperament. West London, one woman said to The New York Times, was too ―brittle‖ for her. But the West End is the place where the noble accent was born along with shopping malls and top flight residential estates. South Londoners hate going north. North Londoners forget there’s a south beyond the South Bank. East London is close to the port and the site of early industrial development. It’s often considered one of the poorest areas in the city. ―You can’t cut the prejudice out of London,‖ a university student said to the newspaper. But it is this uneasy charm that gives the city its unique dynamic. 51. The author thinks the claims of who are true Londoners are A. strange A. tricky B. special B. honest C. creative C. ignorant 52. If a Londoner supports Manchester United, he will be considered 53. Which of the following is an opinion rather than a fact? A. The West End occupies some Angus steakhouses. B. There are four other top football league clubs in London. C. East London is close to the port and the site of early industry. D. True Londoners are cockneys born within earshot of Bow Bells. B Red squirrels have been wiped out from a large area of northern Italy, threatening a further biodiversity crisis for the species similar to its near extinction in the British Isles. There are now no red squirrels left in an area of more than 1,150 square kilometres (sq km) in Piedmont, according to research from the universities of Turin, Genoa and Varese. On the edge of this large region, the species is also under threat from the invasions of grey squirrels. If the spread of the grey squirrel continues uncontrolled, the species could spread as far as France, the scientists fear. They are calling for more research and control and conservation measures aimed at preserving the remaining red squirrel populations and containing the spread of the greys. Grey squirrels were introduced into Italy relatively recently, in 1948. They were a gift from the US ambassador and kept in Turin, but escaped into the wild and rapidly colonized the surrounding area – despite warnings from the UK, where importing grey squirrels was forbidden from before the Second World War, when the destructive effects of having imported greys in the 1880s had become clear. Grey squirrels are not only more aggressive than the native European red squirrel, which causes them to invade red-dominated areas and take over, but they also carry a deadly virus, the squirrel pox. While greys are largely immune to the virus, it is deadly to red squirrels, which typically die within one or two weeks of being infected. From only four animals in 1948, at Stupinigi near Turin, the greys spread rapidly in recent years. Until 1970 the distribution of greys was limited to the Stupinigi woods, occupying an area of about 12 sq km. By 1990 this area had expanded to more than 200 sq km, stretching mainly southwards into the Cuneo province. By 2000, grey squirrels occupied 900 sq km and this year, fresh research from the three
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. D. misleading . D. tolerant

universities shows that their distribution now extends to more than 2,000 sq km. In more than half of that area, the native reds have been entirely wiped out, and in the remainder they are under severe threat. 54. The best title for this passage should be .

A. Red squirrels and grey squirrels struggle hard B. Red squirrels and grey squirrels are distributed unequally C. The invasion of foreign species has a deep influence D. Red squirrel populations are wiped out in Northern Italy 55. Red squirrels are nearly extinct in Northern Italy as a result of A. the biodiversity crisis B. the invasion of grey squirrels C. being weaker than other animals D. the similar extinction in the British Isles 56. Grey squirrels . A. were set free to the wild by people in Turin B. were found to have destructive effects in the 1880s C. were brought to Italy as a gift to the US ambassador D. were forbidden to be imported to the UK from before the Second World War 57. Which of the following about red squirrels is wrong? A. They could spread as far as France. B. They die out in a 1,150 sq km of Piedmont. C. They call for more research and control and conservation. D. They often die of a virus that is introduced by grey squirrels. C Few, if any, instruments shape national culture more powerfully than the materials used in schools. Textbooks are not only among the first books most people meet; in many places they are, along with religious texts, almost the only books they have. A study in South Africa showed that fewer than half of pupils had access to more than ten books at home. In 2010 a study by Egypt’s government found that, apart from school textbooks, 88% of Egyptian households read no books. The degree to which a government keeps control of the textbooks used in classrooms is a good guide to its commitment to ideological(意识形态) control. Where that desire is strong, governments are likely to produce the textbooks themselves or define carefully what goes into them. America’s State Department employs people to keep an eye on other countries’ textbooks, in an effort to understand better how their people think and what their governments want them to think. Other countries probably do the same. Textbooks have long been a source of worry. After the attacks on America on September 11th 2001, some in both America and Saudi Arabia, including officials, supposed that Saudi Arabia’s curriculum of intolerance was responsible, at least in part, for the emergence of al-Qaeda (基地组 织). Sometimes the requirements of the state are more clearly seen in what textbooks leave out.
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The world has long criticized Japan for the way its textbooks whitewash the country’s history, in particular dressing up Japanese war crimes. The ―New History Textbook‖, for example, which was submitted for government approval in 2000, played down Japan’s aggression in the Sino-Japanese war of 1894-95 and the occupation of China in the 1930s and 1940s, and avoided mention of the use of sex slaves by its armies or the rape of Nanjing. In America most of the disputes about textbooks are home-grown. Liberals worry that their children are being taught a nationalistic version of history that emphasizes the wonders of industrialization and plays down slavery and the killing of Indian tribes. By contrast, Conservatives complain about inadequate education of love for their country and too much secularism (政教分离论). In 2010 the Texas board of education managed to remove Thomas Jefferson, author of the Declaration of Independence, from the state’s list of important revolutionary figures, apparently because of Jefferson’s insistence on the separation of church and state. He was, however, swiftly restored. As long as textbooks are issued or approved by the state, they will remain a political issue. But as access to other textbooks is enjoyed more widely, some of the dominance they now enjoy will weaken. 58. The author’s purpose of writing this passage is .

A. to present his findings of the importance of textbooks B. to inform the readers of present practices of textbooks C. to explore the contribution of the government to textbooks D. to argue against the government in the control of textbooks 59. Governments will probably produce the textbooks themselves and decide the contents when . A. people have strong desire to read B. governments hope to reform education C. governments want to control ideology D. governments expect to understand people better 60. Which of the following is not included in the textbooks of relevant countries? A. Curriculum of intolerance in Saudi Arabia. B. Japanese war crimes in Japanese textbooks. C. Wonders of industrialization in American textbooks D. Thomas Jefferson in Texas’ present textbooks. 61. While talking about textbooks, the author seems to think that A. they should be controlled by the government B. home-grown disputes are easier to settle C. they should be a political issue D. they are not necessarily so D The later part of the 20th century saw its share of strange financial bubbles 泡沫)There was ( . the real-estate bubble, the stock market bubbles, and the .com bubble, just to name a few. In each instance people paid huge amounts for things that shouldn't have been worth anything like the
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going price. And each time people stood around afterwards and said ―What were we thinking?‖ Actually the same thought occurred to the Dutch in the 17th century. As much as the tulip (郁 金香) is associated with Holland, it is not native there. Rather it was introduced in 1593 by a botanist named Carolus Clusius, who brought it from Turkey. He planted a small garden, intending to research the plant for medicinal purposes. Had Clusius's neighbors been morally upright, the tulip might still be a rare foreign plant in the gardening world. Instead they broke into his garden and stole some of his tulip in order to make some quick money, and in the process started the Dutch tulip trade. Over the next several decades tulips became a craze among the rich of Holland, and prices began to rise. Soon even ordinary bulbs were selling for extraordinary prices, and the actually rare bulbs were extremely large. Here is an example of how many useful items it cost to buy one single tulip bulb: four tons of wheat, eight tons of rye, one bed, four oxen, eight pigs, 12 sheep, one suit of clothes, two casks of wine, four tons of beer, two tons of butter, 1,000 pounds of cheese and one silver drinking cup. The height of the bubble was reached in the winter of 1636-37. Tulip traders were making fortunes regularly. A good trader could earn up to 60,000 florins in a month-- approximately $61,710 in current U.S. dollars. With profits like those to be had, nothing local governments could do stopped the passion of trading. Then one day in Haarlem a buyer failed to show up and pay for his bulb purchase. The coming panic spread across Holland, and within days tulip bulbs were worth only a hundredth of their former prices. The tulip bubble had burst. Looking back through time it’s easy to laugh at the foolish Dutch, paying such prices for simple tulip bulbs, but an economic bubble was nothing new even then. We’re still doing the same sorts of things today. 62. The author wrote the passage .

A. to share the information about tulips B. to analyze the cause of the tulip bubble C. to warn us to reflect on economic bubbles D. to present his study of the 17th-century Holland 63. It can be inferred from the 2nd paragraph that B. Clusius's neighbors were morally not honest C. the tulip is much associated with Holland D. the tulip is a common flower in the garden 64. In which of the following period did tulip traders find it easiest to make money? A. From Nov. 12 to Nov. 25. C. From Dec. 1 to Dec. 12. B. From Nov. 25 to Dec. 1. D. From Dec. 12 to Feb. 3.
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A. Carolus Clusius planted tulips for medical purposes

65. The writer listed all the items for which a tulip bulb was exchanged A. to attract the readers C. to show its huge potential

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B. to arouse the readers’ curiosity D. to show people’s craze of trading E

The Greeks had long kept certain more or less formal relations with the people of Macedonia (马其顿) The Macedonians from their side had kept themselves well informed about conditions . in Greece. Now it happened, just when Sparta and Athens had finished their disastrous war, that Macedonia was ruled by an extraordinarily clever man named Philip. He admired the Greek spirit but he looked down on the Greek lack of self-control in political affairs. It angered him to see a perfectly good people waste its men and money upon fruitless quarrels. So he settled the difficulty by making himself the master of all Greece and then he asked his new subjects to join him on a voyage which he meant to pay to Persia in return for the visit which Xerxes had paid the Greeks 150 years before. Unfortunately Philip was murdered before he could start this well-prepared expedition (远征) . The task of avenging(报仇) the destruction of Athens was left to Philip's son Alexander, the beloved pupil of Aristotle, wisest of all Greek teachers. Alexander left Europe in the spring of 334 BC. Seven years later he reached India. In the meantime he had destroyed Phoenicia(腓尼基,地中海古国), the old rival of the Greek merchants. He had conquered Egypt and had been worshipped by the people of the Nile valley as the son and heir of the Pharaohs(法老). He had defeated the last Persian king -- he had overthrown the Persian Empire, he had given orders to rebuild Babylon -- he had led his troops into the heart of the Himalayan mountains and had made the entire world a Macedonian province and dependency. Then he stopped and announced even more ambitious plans. The newly formed Empire must be brought under the influence of the Greek mind. The people must be taught the Greek language -- they must live in cities built after a Greek model. The Alexandrian soldier now turned school-master. The military camps of yesterday became the peaceful centres of the newly imported Greek civilisation. Higher and higher did the flood of Greek manners and Greek customs rise, when suddenly Alexander was stricken with a fever and died in the old palace of King Hammurabi of Babylon in the year 323BC. His Empire did not long survive him. A number of ambitious generals divided the territory among themselves. But they too remained faithful to the dream of a great world brotherhood of Greek and Asiatic ideas and knowledge. They maintained their independence until the Romans came. 66. The first 3 paragraphs aim at telling readers about A. the Greek relationship with Macedonia B. Alexander’s father’s achievements C. Greek’s lack of communication with the outside D. the background of Alexander’s expedition 67. The underlined word ―subjects‖ can be replaced with A. targets B. programs C. citizens . D. themes
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68. It can be implied that Philip organized a voyage to Persia A. to pay a return visit C. to start a well-prepared expedition

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B. to avenge the destruction of Athens D. to spread Greek culture

69. What happened as a result of Alexander’s expedition? A. India became an independent part of Macedonia. B. Phoenicia was destroyed by Greek merchants. C. Egypt was conquered by the Pharaohs. D. The Persian Empire was overturned. 70. We can guess that Alexander’s most ambitious plan after 327 BC was A. to bring the newly formed Empire under the Greek influence B. to distribute the territory among the generals C. to turn the soldiers into school teachers D. to build prosperous cities for Greeks 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。 例:______ was that the young player performed extremely well in the table tennis tournament. (delight) 令球迷欣喜的是那位年轻的球员在乒乓球锦标赛中表现得极为出色。 答案:What delighted the fans/made the fans delighted .

71. You can’t find Anna on the playground, for she _______________ the classroom a moment ago.(see) 你不可能在操场找到安娜,因为有人看到她刚才进教室去了。 72. _______________, the poor villagers were rushed the nearest hospital with the PLA soldiers.(wound) 那些不幸的村民,伤得严重,在解放军战士的帮助下,很快被送往最近的医院了。 73. Such sort of mistakes _______________ if you had checked your paper word by word. (avoid) 如果你逐字检查你的试卷,这种错误本来是可以避免的。 74. The old wooden armchair looks comfortable_______________. (sit) rather unusual in shape, but it is very

这把木质旧椅子形状看上去有些奇怪,但坐上去却很舒服。 75. The stone bridge _______________ will make a much greater difference to the life of the people in the earthquake stricken area. (rebuild) 正在重修中的石桥将为地震灾区的人们生活带来极大的便利。 76. Decades of reform and opening-up has made our motherland _______________ now. (what) 几十年的改革开放使得我们祖国发展成为现在的样子了。 77. In the late spring this year, part of China was swept by H7N9 bird flu, _______________ some

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patients there are still suffering.(effect) 今年暮春时节,H7N9 型禽流感蔓延中国部分地区,而那儿仍有部分病人受其影响。 78. So _______________ the woman’s being her mother that I wanted no evidence to establish the fact in my mind.(convince) 我深信不疑这位妇女是她母亲,以致我不想找任何证据来证明这一点。 79. It was _______________ home that she remembered the appointment with her doctor. arrive) ( 直到她回到家才想起了和医生的预约。 80.If you think _______________ as of yourself, you will not be left there alone. (much) 如果你像关心自己那样去关心别人,你就不会被孤零零地留在那儿。 第二节:短文写作(共1题;满分30分) 二十一世纪英文报 Teens 报举办征文活动,请应征者阅读下列文字并且以 making a difference 为题,结合实际事例,写一篇 120 字左右的短文。 I have one life and one chance to make it count for something... My faith demands that I do whatever I can, wherever I am, whenever I can, for as long as I can with whatever I have to try to make a difference. ― Jimmy Carter 注意:1. 不得照抄英语提示语 2. 除诗歌外,文体不限 3. 文中不得透露个人姓名和学校名称 4. 字数 120 左右

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