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2021 年浙江省普通高中学业水平考试模拟检测·英语试卷(二) 注意事项:1.答题前,考生先将自己的姓名、准考证号填写在试卷和答题卡上,并认真核准条形码上的准考证号、姓名及科目,在规定位置粘贴好条形码。2.答题要求:选择题每小题选出答案后,用 2B 铅笔将答题卡上对应题目的答案标号涂黑; 非选择题使用黑色签字笔在答题卡上对应的答题区域内作答。写在试卷、草稿纸和答题卡上的非答题区域均无效。3.考试结束后,请将本试卷和答题卡一并上交。第一部分 听力(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。1. What does the woman want to do first?A. Go up one floor. B. Go to the bus stop. C. Go to the boy’s classroom.2. What does the woman think of the medicine?A. It doesn’t work. B. It makes her tired. C. It makes her have no appetite.3. How many cookies did John eat?A. Three. B. Four. C. Seven.4. Where are the speakers?A. On the plane. B. At a conference room. C. On the train.5. Who might the man be?A. A librarian. B. A student. C. A novelist.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、7 题。6.What does the woman like about the new design?A. The red walls. B. The new piano. C. The new floor.7. What does the man want to do at the end?A. Have a meal. B. Repair the piano. C. Listen to live music.听第 7 段材料,回答第 8、9 题。8. What are the speakers doing?A. Travelling in France. B. Seeing a movie. C. Attending a party.9. Who is the man speaking to?A. His sister. B. His friend. C. An actress.听第 8 段材料,回答第 10 至 12 题。10. What does the man say about being a salesman?A. He didn’t enjoy it. B. He wasn’t good at it. C. He was satisfied with it.11. What kind of a person is the man according to the conversation?A. Serious. B. Outgoing. C. Careful.12. Where will the man work?A. In Paris. B. In Chicago. C. In Los Angeles.听第 9 段材料,回答第 13 至 16 题。13. How much does one Coke usually cost?A. $1. B. $2. C. $6.14. Why is the woman using so many special deals?A. She only buys items on sale.B. She is trying to save money.C. She is a regular customer of the store.15. What do we know about the man?A. He works two jobs.B. He can’t help the woman.C. He is going to quit his job soon.16. What does the man tell the woman to do?A. Study business at Harvard.B. Come by his company’s office.C. Apply for a job at the grocery store.听第 10 段材料,回答第 17 至 20 题。17. When did Fred McGill start the competition?A. In 2014. B. In 2017. C. In 2018.18. How many people took part in the competition this year?A. At least 100. B. At least 120. C. At least 200.19. Who is the competition intended for?A. Students in music school. B. Teens with musical talents. C. Songwriters.20. What will the audience do next?A. Join the speaker on stage. B. Sing a song together. C. Listen to a song.第二部分 阅读理解(共两节,满分 35 分)第一节(共 10 小题;每小题 2.5 分,满分 25 分)阅读下列短文,从每题所给的 A、B、C 和 D 四个选项中,选出最佳选项,并在答题纸上将该项涂黑。AAll of us in Monte Vista Christian Schoolknow we’ll one day have graduation photos for the yearbook taken. As the time approaches, the girls start to have a discussion about what they’ll wear and where to take the photos, while the boys, by comparison, hardly talk about it. As for me, I arranged for my photos to be taken by the sea.When I arrived there, I met my photographer, Annie. She asked me to make some poses and I followed her advice. After that, I asked if she could make me look taller by takings photo in a different way, since I’m less than 1.6 meters tall. To my astonishment she responded, “I will make no attempt to make you look like someone you’re not. You look good in your own way.” She added that she wouldn’t try to edit the photos either.I was shocked by what she said. Girls always desire to look perfect by using different visual angles. When you go to a photo studio, photographers always try to hide your imperfections by telling you to stand in a certain way. And picture editors can easily transform your look by making you appear any you want to. However, that’s not the case here. Seeing I was confused, Annie explained, “Everyone has his uniqueness. You need to admire your own beauty. You cannot live in a world of artificial photos.”It was the first time that I had met a photographer who doesn’t polish photos at all. After the shoot, I saw the photos — they are truly special and natural. But what’s even more special are Annie’s words, which will always stay in my heart.21.Why did the students want to have their photos taken? A. Because they themselves couldn’t make perfect poses.B. To make them look more beautiful in the photos.C. Because of a book published annually by the graduating class.D. Because they will graduate soon.22. How did the author’s attitude towards the photographer, Annie change? A. From being angry to being shocked.B. From being shocked to being disapproval.C. From being angry to being admirable.D. From being shocked to being approval.23. According to this passage, which of the followings can be predicted? A. The author will have her photos taken by Annie only.B. The author will never hide her imperfections in her photos.C. The author will have her photos taken in a natural way.D. The author will have her photos taken in a special way. BIncreasingly, Americans are becoming their own doctors, by going online to diagnose their symptoms, order home health tests or medical devices, or even self-treat their illnesses with drugs from internet pharmacies. Some avoid doctors because of the high cost of medical care, especially if they lack health insurance. Or they may stay away because they find it embarrassing to discuss their weight, smoking, alcohol consumption or couch potato habits. Patients may also fear what they might learn about their health, or they distrust physicians because of negative experiences in the past. But playing doctor can also be a fatal game.Every day, more than six million Americans turn to internet for medical answers---and most of them aren’t nearly skeptical enough of what they find. A 2002 survey by the Pew Internet &American life Project found that 72% of those surveyed believe all of most of what they read on health websites. They shouldn’t. Look up “headache,” and the chances of finding reliable and complete information, free from a motivation for commercial gain, are only one in ten, reports an April 2005 Brown Medical School study. Of the 169 websites the researchers rated, only 16 scored as “high quality.” Recent studies found faulty facts about all sorts of other disorders, causing one research team to warn that a large amount of incomplete, inaccurate and even dangerous information exists on the internet.The problem is most people don’t know the safe way to surf the web. “they use a search engine like Google, get 18 trillion choices and start clicking. But that’s risky, because almost anybody can put up a site that looks authoritative, so it’s hard to know if what you’re reading is reasonable or not.” Says Dr. Sarah Bass from the National Cancer Institute.24. Some Americans stay away from doctors because they____________.A. find medical devices easy to operateB. prefer to be diagnosed online by doctorsC. are afraid to face the truth of their healthD. are afraid to misuse their health insurance25. According to the study of Brown Medical School,______. A. more than 6 million Americans distrust doctorsB. only 1/10 of medical websites aim to make a profitC. Only 1/10 of the websites surveyed are of high qualityD. 72% of health websites offer incomplete and faulty facts26. Which of the following is the author’s main argument?A. it’s cheap to self-treat your own diseaseB. it’s embarrassing to discuss your bad habitsC. it’s reasonable to put up a medical websiteD. it’s risky to be your own doctor.CA German study suggests that people who were too optimistic about their future actually faced greater risk of disability or death within 10 years than those pessimists who expected their future to be worse.The paper, published this March in Psychology and Aging, examined health and welfare surveys from roughly 40,000 Germans between ages 18 and 96.The surveys were conducted every year from 1993 to 2003.Survey respondents were asked to estimate their present and future life satisfaction on a scale of 0 to 10, among other questions.The researchers found that young adults (age 18 to 39) routinely overestimated their future life satisfaction, while middle-aged adults (age 40 to 64) more accurately predicted how they would feel in the future.Adults of 65 and older, however, were far more likely to underestimate their future life satisfaction.Not only did they feel more satisfied than they thought they would, the older pessimists seemed to suffer a lower ratio (比率) of disability and death for the study period.“We observed that being too optimistic in predicting a better future than actually observed was associated with a greater risk of disability and a greater risk of death within the following decade,” wrote Frieder R.Lang, a professor at the University of Erlangen-Nuremberg.Lang and his colleagues believed that people who were pessimistic about their future may be more careful about their actions than people who expected a rosy future.“Seeing a dark future may encourage positive evaluations of the actual self and may contribute to taking improved precautions (预防措施),” the authors wrote.Surprisingly, compared with those in poor health or who had low incomes, respondents who enjoyed good health or income were associated with expecting a greater decline.Also, the researchers said that higher income was related to a greater risk of disability.The authors of the study noted that there were limitations to their conclusions.Illness, medical treatment and personal loss could also have driven health outcomes.However, the researchers said a pattern was clear.“We found that from early to late adulthood, individuals adapt their expectations of future life satisfaction from optimistic, to accurate, to pessimistic,” the authors concluded.27. According to the study, who made the most accurate prediction of their future life satisfaction?A. Optimistic adults. B. Middle-aged adults.C. Adults in poor health. D. Adults of lower income.28. Pessimism may be positive in some way because it causes people ________.A. to fully enjoy their present lifeB. to estimate their contribution accuratelyC. to take measures against potential risksD. to value health more highly than wealth29. How do people of higher income see their future?A. They will earn less money.B. They will become pessimistic.C. They will suffer mental illness.D. They will have less time to enjoy life.30. What is the clear conclusion of the study?A. Pessimism guarantees chances of survival.B. Good financial condition leads to good health.C. Medical treatment determines health outcomes.D. Expectations of future life satisfaction decline with age.第二节(共 5 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 10 分)根据短文内容,从短文后的选项中选出能填入空白处的最佳选项。选项中有两项为多余项。Endangered speciesAn endangered species is a group of animals that could soon become extinct. ______31______ Many species are nearly extinct and could disappear off the face of the earth very soon if we don’t do anything to save them. There are many reasons why species become endangered.Habitat destruction is the main reason why animals become endangered and this happens in two ways. When humans move into a new area, the animals’ habitat is destroyed and there is nowhere for them to live and nothing to eat because humans chop down trees and build houses and farms. ______32______ Chemicals in rivers and poisons on farms cause the destruction of animals’ homes and food supplies._________33_________ Animals have been brought to the edge of extinction because they are killed for their highly-valued meat, fur, bones or skin, or just for sport. Overfishing has resulted in many large sea creatures like whales and sharks becoming endangered species.________34________ We should take care not to pollute natural areas, and farmers or companies who destroy animal habitats should face severe financial penalties. The public can help out by refusing to buy any products made from these animals’ body parts. Governments can help, too, by making it against the law to hunt, fish or trade in endangered species. They can also provide funding for animal sanctuaries, to protect animals from extinction by breeding more endangered animals, which they later release into the wild. ______35______.A. Animal habitats are also destroyed because of pollution.B. Endangered species are also the result of hunting and fishing.C. Eventually, all the creatures on Earth will enjoy being together.D. Recent changes, however, have helped to improve the situation.E So what can individuals and governments do to protect endangered species?F. Extinction happens when the last of the species has died out and there will be no more.G. If we all cooperate and take these steps, we will protect these animals for future generations.第三部分 语言运用(共两节,满分 45 分)第一节(共 20 小题;每小题 1.5 分,满分 30 分).阅读下面短文,从短文后各题所给的 A、B、C 和 D 四个选项中,选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项,并在答题纸上将该项涂黑。Experts say boredom is good for kids. It forces them to be creative, 36 their imaginations and helps them discover new things. A(n) 37 in point is 13-year-old Luke Hill from Dubuque, Iowa.Luke was 38 of playing video games and riding his bike, so he decided to build a tiny house in his backyard instead. He made money from cutting lawns and 39 exchanged some services, such as gaining the help of an electrical engineer 40 sweeping his garage. Luke also 41 spare materials from his grandmother’s house and other 42 materials from his neighbors for some of the windows and the door.The 89-square-foot home cost $1,500 to build and 43 18 months. Inside there’s a kitchenette, a back sitting room, a table and a mounted (安装好的) TV, and an upstairs bedroom can be easily 44 by stairway.Although Luke did the 45 and learned how to do all the work, he had his father’s 46 throughout the project. Greg Hill was very happy that his son learned to stay on 47 and deal with grown-ups. 48 , he had some simple rules when Luke 49 the house: “You 50 the money. You build it. And you own it.”Luke is now in love with 51 . He has a YouTube channel and hopes to 52 other kids to start building. 53 , he wants to build a bigger tiny house to live in, but for now, he 54 in his new home a few nights a week, does homework there, and uses it to take a 55 from his twin brother.36. A.changes B.ignores C.improves D.weakens37. A.method B.explanation C.procedure D.case38. A.tired B.fond C.confident D.guilty39. A.thus B.even C.still D.anyhow40. A.in exchange for B.in praise for C.in support of D.in place of41. A.updated B.ordered C.removed D.used42. A.recycled B.cheap C.new D.raw43. A.spent B.took C.saved D.wasted44. A.supported B.accessed C.held D.landed45. A.research B.housework C.experiment D.discovery46. A.permission B.help C.control D.order47. A.credit B.business C.budget D.duty48. A.Therefore B.Besides C.Rather D.However49. A.finished B.decorated C.started D.painted50. A.borrow B.donate C.raise D.distribute51. A.books B.videos C.riding D.building52. A.inspire B.press C.command D.warn53. A.Luckily B.Eventually C.Frequently D.Strangely54. A.brings out B.leaves out C.hangs out D.puts out55. A.ride B.risk C.chance D.break第二节(共 10 小题:每小题 1.5 分,满分 15 分)阅读下面材料,在空白处填入适当的内容(1 个单词)或括号内单词的正确形式。Are boys really better at math than girls? No, that doesn't seem ___56___(rely). That's according to new research by Jessica Cantlon, a professor and neuroscientist of Carnegie Mellon University, and her colleagues. ___57___ (scientist) looked at young boys' and girls' brains, and found no difference in mathematical ability. Their new paper, ___58___(publish) in the journal Science of Learning, suggests that society is to blame ___59___the mistaken idea that girls aren't good at numbers. Cantlon and her colleagues used an MRI machine___60____(examine) 105 kids' brains while the kids watched an educational video. ___61___found that the kids' brains showed no major differences during the experiment. This report___62____(base) on a previous study in 2018, which looked at the test performance data of 500 boys and girls. The 2018 paper found no difference in their early mathematical ability,___63____(suggest) that boys and girls are equally equipped to reason about mathematics during early childhood. Cantlon hopes that people will stop being so sexist ( 性别歧视的 ) about little girls and calculators." ___64___(hope), we can change expectations of ___65____children can achieve in mathematics," she says.第四部分 写作(共两节,满分 40 分)第一节 应用文写作(满分 15 分)假定你是李华,正在一所国际学校交流学习,该校的校报 SUNSHINE 正在征集读者意见,请你给该校报编辑写封信,内容包括:1. 简要评价;2. 最喜欢的栏目(如:Stories Behind Culture)并简述理由;3. 建议增加中国文化的介绍。注意:1. 词数 80 左右;2. 可以适当增加细节,以使行文连贯。________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________第二节 读后续写(满分 25 分)阅读下面短文,根据所给情节进行续写,使之构成一个完整的故事。注意:1. 所续写短文的词数应为 150 左右;2. 至少使用 5 个短文中标有下划线的关键词语;3. 续写部分分为两段,每段的开头语已为你写好;4. 续写完成后,请用下划线标出你所使用的关键词语。Twenty years ago, I drove a taxi for a living. One night I went to pick up a passenger at 2:30 a. m. When I arrived to collect, I found the building was dark except for a single light in a ground floor window. I walked to the door and knocked, "Just a minute," answered a weak, elderly voice. After a long time, the door opened. A small woman in her eighties stood before me. By her side was a small suitcase. I took the suitcase to the car, and then returned to help the woman. She took my arm and we walked slowly towards the car. She kept thanking me for my kindness. "It's nothing," I told her. "I just try to treat my passengers the way I would want my mother treated." "Oh, you're such a good man." She said. When we got into the taxi, she gave me an address, and then asked, "Could you drive through downtown?" "It's not the shortest way," I answered quickly. "Oh, I'm in no hurry," she said. "I'm on my way to a hospice (临终医院). I don't have any family left. The doctor says I don't have very long. " I quietly reached over and shut off the meter (计价器). For the next two hours, we drove through the city. She showed me the building where she had once worked, the neighborhood where she had lived, and the furniture shop that had once been a ballroom where she had gone dancing as a girl. Sometimes she'd ask me to slow down in front of a particular building and would sit staring into the darkness, saying nothing. At dawn, she suddenly said, "I'm tired. Let's go now." We drove in silence Lo the address she had given me."How much do I owe you?" she asked. "Nothing." I said. "You have to make a living," she answered. "Oh, there are other passengers," I answered. She said thanks to me, but she looked so sad.Paragraph 1:Almost without thinking, I bent and gave her a hug. ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________Paragraph 2:The next day, I was on my way to visit her. _____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________参考答案第一部分 听力 (听力原文附后) 【答案】1-5 CCAAB 6-10 CABAA 11-15 BCBBA 16-20 BACBC 第二部分 阅读理解【答案】21-23 CDC 24-26 CCD 27-30 BCAD【解析】 本文是一篇议论文,主要讲述对未来过于乐观的人将面对残疾或死亡的巨大危险。在研究中,研究人员发现,年轻人对未来过于乐观,中年人对未来的预测很准确,而老年人相对低估。随着年龄的增长,人们对未来的预测越来越现实。27. B 细节理解题。根据第四段中的“…while middle-aged adults (age 40 to 64) more accurately predicted how they would feel in the future.”知,中年人对未来预测得更准确。故 B 正确。28.C 细节理解题。根据第六段中的“…people who were pessimistic about their future may be more careful about their actions …”知,对未来悲观的人可能在行动时更小心、更谨慎。句中的 be more careful about 与 take measures against potential risks 一致。故 C 正确。29.A 细节理解题。根据第八段中的“…respondents who enjoyed good health or income were associated with expecting a greater decline.”知,身体好、收入高的人认为,他们的收入在未来将会下降,即挣的钱少了。故 A 正确。30.D 推理判断题。根据最后一段中的内容可知,研究人员认为有一点很清楚:从少年到成年,每个人都在调整自己对未来生活的满意度,从乐观,到适度到悲观。故 D 正确。【答案】31. F 32. A 33. B 34. E 35. G【解析】这是一篇说明文。文章主要介绍了导致濒危物种的几点原因以及个人和政府为了保护濒危物种可以采取哪些措施。31.分析第一段内容,结合空格前句“An endangered species is a group of animals that could soon become extinct.(濒危物种是一种很快就会灭绝的动物)”可知,第一段主要讲述了到底什么是濒危物种。F 项“Extinction happens when the last of the species has died out and there will be no more.”意为“当物种中的最后一个消失了,再也没有这个物种了,灭绝就发生了。”选项能够承接上文,介绍了物种的灭绝是如何发生的。故选 F 项。32.根据段首句“Habitat destruction is the main reason why animals become endangered and this happens in two ways.”可知,本段主要介绍的是动物栖息地被破坏的两种原因。空格后句“Chemicals in rivers and poisons on farms cause the destruction of animals’ homes and food supplies.”意为“河流中的化学物质和农场中的毒物会破坏动物的家园和食物供应”。A 项“Animal habitats are also destroyed because of pollution.”意为“动物栖息地也因污染而遭到破坏。”能够引起下文,讲的是污染对动物栖息地的破坏。故选 A 项。33.空格句为本段主旨句。分析段落内容可知,本段主要讲的是人类的过度捕杀是造成濒危物种的原因之一。B 项“Endangered species are also the result of hunting and fishing.”意为“濒危物种也是狩猎和捕鱼的结果。”能够概括段落主旨。故选 B 项。34.空格句为本段主旨句。空格后句子“We should take care not to pollute natural areas, and farmers or companies who destroy animal habitats should face severe financial penalties.”意为“我们应该注意不要污染自然区域,破坏动物栖息地的农民或公司因该面临严厉的经济处罚。”这里介绍的是个人可以为保护濒危物种做的事情。再根据本段关键句“Governments can help, too, by making it against the law to hunt, fish or trade in endangered species.”可知,政府也可以通过制定法律规定捕猎、捕鱼或交易濒危动物是违法行为来保护濒危物种。由此可知,本段主要讲的是,作为个人和政府,我们可以做些什么来保护濒危物种。E 项“So what can individuals and governments do to protect endangered species?”意为“个人和和政府能做些什么来保护濒危物种呢?”能够概括段落主旨。故选 E 项。35.空格位于段落的最后一句,本段讲述的是个人和政府为了保护濒危物种可以采取哪些措施。G 项“If we all cooperate and take these steps, we will protect these animals for future generations.”意为“如果我们大家合作并采取这些措施,我们将为后代保护这些动物。”选项内容符合段落主旨,表示如果我们采取这些措施,会带来什么样的成果。故选 G 项。第三部分 语言运用36-40 CDABA 41-45 DABBA 46-50 BCDCC 51-55 DABCD【答案】56. reliable 57. Scientists 58. published 59. for 60. to examine 61. They 62. is/was based 63. suggesting 64. Hopefully 65.what【解析】【文章大意】本文是篇说明文。科学家们经过研究发现,男孩和女孩在数学能力方面没有差异,认为女孩不擅长数字的错误观点应该归咎于社会。56.【答案】reliable【解析】男孩真的比女孩擅长数学吗?不,那似乎不可靠。seem,似乎,系动词,reliable,可靠的,形容词,作表语。57.【答案】Scientists【解析】科学家们观察了男孩和女孩的大脑,发现他们的数学能力没有差异。scientist,科学家,可数名词,从上文可知,科学家不止一位,故填入复数形式。58.【答案】published【解析】他们在《学习科学》杂志上发表的新论文指出,认为女孩不擅长数字的错误观点应该归咎于社会。publish,发表,出版,动词,和逻辑主语 paper 呈动宾关系,故用过去分词表示被动,构成过去分词短语作后置定语。59.【答案】for【解析】他们在《学习科学》杂志上发表的新论文指出,认为女孩不擅长数字的错误观点应该归咎于社会。be to blame for,归咎于……,固定搭配。60.【答案】to examine【解析】Cantlon 和她的同事们用一台核磁共振仪检查了 105 个孩子们的大脑。examine,检查,动词,动词不定式作目的状语。61.【答案】They【解析】他们发现在实验中孩子们的大脑没有很大的差别。They,他们,人称代词主格,指代上文的 Cantlon and her colleagues,作主语。62.【答案】is based【解析】这项报告是建立在之前 2018 年的一份研究之上。be based on,建立在……之上,固定搭配。63.【答案】suggesting【解析】2018 年的这篇论文发现他们的早期数学能力没有有什么不同,这表明男孩和女孩在童年早期就具备了数学推理能力。suggest,表明,动词 ,和逻辑主语 paper 呈主谓关系,故用现在分词表示主动。64.【答案】Hopefully【解析】希望我们能够改变对孩子们在数学方面的期望。Hopefully,有希望地,副词,作状语。65.【答案】what【解析】连接代词 what 引导宾语从句,what 在从句中作及物动词 achieve(获得)的宾语。第四部分 写作第一节 应用文写作Dear editor,I’m so glad to give my personal opinions on my favorite newspaper SUNSHINE set up by your school.I think SUNSHINE has many advantages.It’s rich in content,ranging from economy to civilization and it’s a guide to English learning.My favorite column is Stories Behind Culture.For one thing,I like to read stories with different cultural backgrounds,which can expand my cultural horizons.So it can help me better experience the local culture when I travel abroad.For another,through it I’ve improved my English reading skills.If only you could introduce something more about Chinese traditional culture in the culture column.Here I really hope SUNSHINE will attract more readers.Yours sincerely,Li Hua第二节 概要写作参考范文 读后续写参考范文Paragraph 1Almost without thinking, I bent and gave her a hug. She held onto me tightly. Before the woman left , I said to her, “My mother treated everyone kindly, she is a great person, but she passed away years ago. you are like my mother,” the woman said, “ thank you. If you want to visit me, I’ll tell you my story.” Then the woman left. After a long pause, I drove the taxi to go home.Paragraph 2 The next day, I was on my way to visit her. The old woman told me that she used to be a millionaire. She became immersed in making money. She was the owner of a particular building we saw last night. But she neglected her family. her only son died one year ago because of cancer. She sold everything to save him, but failed. How sad! At last, the old woman said to me, “Life is short, but please be in no hurry. Though everyone has to earn money to make a living, always remember that family is the most important thing to you,” I said nothing but nodded hard.听力材料Text 1 W: Can I put my books in your classroom for now? I don’t have time to go back up a floor and still make it to the bus on time.M: Sure. That way, we can go down together and sit beside each other on the bus. (1)Text 2 M: How is the medicine I gave you working out? Sometimes it doesn’t work, or makes people tired.W: It works fine. My only complaint is that I don’t feel like eating anything. (2)Text 3 W: John, please save the rest of the cookies for your sister. I made ten cookies. There are only three left.M: I didn’t eat them all! Dad had four! (3)Text 4M: Lucky you! You got the window seat!W: Why don’t we change places? I prefer to get up and walk around during the flight. Here, come rest by the window. (4) It’s going to be a big conference. You’ve been looking tired since the meeting yesterday.Text 5W: Hi. Are all novels in the fiction section, even new arrivals? I’m looking for something by a new novelist.M: I’m not sure. I just came here to study. (5)W: Sorry to bother you. I thought you were a librarian!Text 6M: Thanks for meeting me here.W: Yeah, it’s just like old times. But the place looks really different. (6)M: They gave it a new look. What do you think?W: The black and white floor is really nice. (6) But I miss the piano by the front entrance.M: The piano is still here. They got it repaired and moved it into the dining room. There’s jazz every Saturday now.W: Oh, cool! We’ll have to come back. I have to say I love the old design, with the red walls. But live music is a great addition.M: Let’s see if the food is just as good now as it was then. What are you going to order? (7)Text 7 W: Bill, please. You’re annoying the people behind us!M: I can’t help it! These actors are so funny! I haven’t laughed this hard for a long time.W: During the second half, you’ll need to be a lot quieter.M: OK. OK. Hey, what’s wrong? Were you crying?W: I didn’t find that scene funny. It reminded me of a fight I had with my friend Sarah on a trip to France. I haven’t spoken to Sarah since then. It was a lot like what we just saw, when the characters were at that dinner party.M: The disagreement we saw on stage was full of humor and affection. I can see you really care about Sarah. You should give her a call. You’re as stubborn as Dad! (9)W: I really miss Sarah!M: After the play, why don’t you call her?Text 8W: Thanks for coming to the studio today, Mr. Larson. Why don’t you tell me about your last position?M: Well, I started working at Smith Electronics in Chicago right after I graduated from college. I was in the sales department, and even though I was good at it, I wasn’t really happy. (10) After one year, I was moved to the HR department.W: Was that a better fit?M: Yes. I prefer talking to people face-to-face, and I enjoy solving problems. I did quite well in that position. (11)W: So, why did you leave?M: I had been working at Smith for four years straight. Then I wanted to take some time off, so I went to Paris. My three-week vacation turned into a two-year stay!W: Wow! What made you come back to the United States? And why is it a good time for you to join Branson Labs?M: When my father started Branson Labs here in Los Angeles forty years ago, he wanted to pass it down to me. At my graduation dinner, I promised him that I would take over when the time was right. I’m finally ready to make good on that promise. (12)Text 9 W: I have a special deal that says three drinks for the price of one. I printed it from your website, see? So, those three Cokes should only cost me $2, not $6. (13)M: Oh, I didn’t know about the deal. My mistake. I’ll adjust that right now. W: I also have special deals for the soup, bread, and sandwich meat. They should all be cheaper.M: For some reason, our system doesn’t show the deals when the item is scanned. I’ll have to type in the special deals by hand. One moment.W: Thanks. I need to save all the money I can. (14) I just got laid off. M: I’m sorry to hear that, Miss. W: I went to Harvard and studied business. I never thought I’d be out of work when I graduated.M: I also work as an accountant for a technology company. (15) We are looking to hire some new accountants in various positions. W: Really? Wow, I guess it’s a good thing I complained to you about getting fired.M: Why don’t you come by the company office? (16) It’s at 3300 Main Street. How does 1:00 p.m. tomorrow sound?W: Sounds great. I’ll see you then, and thank you for the opportunity! I just got laid off. Text 10Ladies and gentlemen, I’m pleased to announce the winner of the 2018 song-writing competition. (17) As you probably know, every year, young songwriters from our town enter our annual spring competition held here in the beautiful Brook Theater. (19) When local musician Fred McGill started the event four years ago, (17) we had no idea how much it would grow. In 2017, over 100 people sent in their songs. This year the number of people who participated doubled. (18) It’s wonderful to see the talent and energy of the next generation. Our judges were amazed by the musical skills they saw and heard. Congratulations to all the teenagers who sent in their songs. It was a difficult choice, but our committee has made a selection. Let’s clap our hands for Maryanne James! Maryanne, where are you? Please join me on stage! (19) There she is! Maryanne, we loved the way you sang about everything from the colors of your garden to the eyes of children. Please accept this prize. We hope it encourages you to continue writing songs when you start music school in the fall. Finally, we’d like to ask you to perform a song for our audience. (20)

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