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    外研版(2019)高中英語必修第二冊Unit 1單元素養評價試卷(word版,含答案無聽力)

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    外研版(2019)高中英語必修第二冊Unit1單元素養評價試卷(120分鐘 150分)第二部分 閱讀理解(共兩節,滿分40分)第一節(共15小題;每小題2分;滿分30分)  閱讀下列短文,從每題所給的A、B、C和D四個選項中,選出最佳選項。ATrip1 OneWeekinTheMountainsBringyourstrongshoesandwarmclothesforthiswalkinabeautifulareaoftheGreenMountains.Youmaygohikingorhaveatryofrockclimbing.Thisisalsoaprotectionareaforwildanimals.Youcanfindmanykindsofanimalslivinginthisarea.Time:May8-May14 Tel:64639818Adult:$110.00  Child:$55.00Trip2 ThreeDaysinTheCountryTherearemanybeautifulgardens.TakeyourcameraandenjoythewonderfulsightinHunterValley.Itisagoodplaceforfishingandhorseriding.Youcanalsofinddifferentkindsofflowershere.Thisisalsoagreatwalkforbird-lovers.Time:May20-May22 Tel:63986432 Adult:$50.00 Child:$25.00Trip3 FlashlightAdventurePutonyourwarmclothes,bringaflashlight(手電筒),andcomeforanightwalkalongtheDungogValley.Itisatripfullofadventure(冒險).Aguidewillleadthetour.Manyoftheplantsyouwillseeonthistripcanonlybeseenatnight.Time:May16-May18 Tel:63875629 Adult:$30.00   NotforchildrenTrip4 FiveDaysbyTheSeaWearyoursunhatandenjoywonderfulsunshineallthetimefrommorningtoevening.Ourhotelisnexttothesea.Wehaveourownboatstoo.Youcanswimintheseaorintheswimmingpool.Everydayourboatwilltakeyoutodifferentplacesforswimming.Time:May23-May27  Tel:67538293  Adult:$80.00   Child:$40.0021.Whatnumbermayyoucallifyouandyourfriendswanttoenjoythesunshineattheseaside?A.67538293.     B.63986432.C.64639818.D.63875629.22.SamwantstostayinHunterValleywithhiswife,hisfive-year-olddaughterandhisseven-year-oldson.Howmuchwillitcost?A.$25.  B.$50. C.$100.  D.$150.第22頁共22頁 23.Davidlovessports.HewilltakehisholidayfromMay7toMay15.Whatactivitywillheprobablytakepartin?A.Hikinginthemountains.B.Fishinginthecountry.C.Watchingplantsatnight.D.Swimminginthesea.B  Theyoungboysawme,orrather,hesawthecarandquicklyranuptome,eagertosellhisbunches(串)ofbananasandbagsofpeanuts.Thoughheappearedtobeabouttwelve,heseemedtohavealreadyknownthebitternessoflife.“Banana300naira.Peanuts200naira”  Hesaidinalowvoice.Ibargainedhimdownto200totalforthefruitandnuts.Whenheagreed,Ihandedhima500nairabill.Hedidn’thavechange,soItoldhimnottoworry.  Hesaidthanksandsmiledarowofperfectteeth.  When,twoweekslater,Isawtheboyagain,Iwasmoreawareofmypositioninasocietywhereit’snotthatuncommontoseealittleboywhoshouldbeinschoolstandingonthecornersellingfruitintheburningsun.Myparentshadraisedmetobeawareoftheadvantagewehadbeenaffordedandtheresponsibilityitbroughttous.  Ipulledoverandrolleddownmywindow.Hehadabunchofbananasandabagofpeanutsready.Iwavedthemaway.“What’sup”.Iaskedhim.“Idon’thavemoneytobuybooksforschool.”Ireachedintomypocketandhandedhimtwofresh500nairabills.  “Willthishelp?”Iasked.Helookedaroundnervouslybeforetakingthemoney.Onethousandnairawasalotofmoneytosomeonewhosefamilyprobablymadeabout5,000nairaorlesseachyear.“Thankyou,sir,”hesaid.“Thankyouverymuch.”  Whendrivinghome,Iwonderedifmylittlefriendactuallyusedthemoneyforschool-books.Whatifhe’sacheat?AndthenIwonderedwhyIdidit.DidIdoittomakemyselffeelbetter?WasIusinghim?Later,IrealizedthatIdidn’tknowhisnameortheleastbitabouthim,nordidIthinktoask.  Overthenextsixmonths,IwasbusyworkinginanewsagencyinnorthernNigeria.SometimeafterIreturned,Iwentoutforadrive.WhenIwasabouttopullover,theboysuddenlyappearedbymywindowwithabigsmilereadyonhisface.  “Oh,gosh!Longtime.”  “Areyouinschoolnow?”Iasked.  Henodded.  “That’sgood,”Isaid.Asilencefellaswelookedateachother,andthenIrealizedwhathewanted.“Here,”Iheldouta500nairabill.“Takethis.”Heshookhisheadandsteppedbackasifhurt.“What’swrong?”Iasked.“It’sagift.”  Heshookhisheadagainandbroughthishandfrombehindhisback.Hisfaceshonewithsweat(汗水).Hedroppedabunchofbananasandabagofpeanutsinthefrontseatbeforehesaid,“I’vebeenwaitingtogivethesetoyou.”第22頁共22頁 24.Whatwastheauthor’sfirstimpressionoftheboy?A.Heseemedtobepoorandmean.B.HeseemedtohavesufferedalotC.Heseemedyoungerthanhisage.D.Heseemedgoodatbargaining.25.Thesecondtimetheauthormettheboy,theboy______.?A.toldhimhispurposeofsellingfruitandnutsB.wantedtoexpresshisthanksC.askedhimformoneyforhisschoolbooksD.triedtotakeadvantageofhim26.Whydidtheauthorgivehismoneytotheboy?A.Becausehehadenoughmoneytodothat.B.Becausehehadlearnttohelpotherssincechildhood.C.Becauseheheldahigherpositioninthesociety.D.Becausehehadbeenaskedbythenewsagencytodoso.27.Whichofthefollowingbestdescribestheboy?A.Braveandpolite.B.Kindandsmart.C.Honestandthankful.D.Shyandnervous.C  HundredsofchildrenarebeingtreatedforsleepproblemsinWaleseveryyear.Insomecases,babies,infantsandteenagershavebeenadmittedtohospitalwhileinnorthWalesalone.  TheChildren’sSleepCharitysaidmanychildrenweresufferingfromlackofsleepmainlybecauseoftechnologyuse.PublicHealthWalessaidsleepwasasimportanttoachild’shealthashealthyeatingandexercise,andchildrenwithpoorsleeppatternsweremorelikelytobefat.  StatisticsobtainedundertheFreedomofInformationActbyBBCWalesfoundatleast408childrenhavebeenadmittedtohospitalsacrossWalessufferingfromsleepdisorderssinceMarch2013.  Childrenagedbetween0and4madeupthehighestnumberofinpatients(住院病人),withsomenewbornsbeingtreatedforsleep-relatedproblemsfromthedayofbirth.  VickiDawson,whosetuptheChildren’sSleepCharity(CSC),saidsleeplessnightswereputtingbothchildrenandparentsinanxiety.“Theirweightandgrowthmayalsobeaffectedaswellastheirmentalhealth,”shesaid.  Teacherssaidchildrenshowingsignsofsleepshortageandtirednessinclasswereaconcernastheycouldn’tconcentrateforlongperiods.第22頁共22頁   PsychologistAmyMcClelland,ofSleepWales,saidacommonproblemwaschildrenbeing“overexcited”and“nothavingthechancetorelaxproperty”beforebedandfamiliesshouldgetbacktobasics.“Think1950sfamilyhome.Dinnerasafamily,read,chat,afilmmaybe,lightsoffandthenbed.”Sheadded.28.What’sthemainreasonwhychildrenareshortofsleep?A.Lessexercise.    B.Eatinghabits.C.Sleeppatterns.D.Technologyuse.29.Whoarethemajorityoftheinpatientswithsleep-relateddisorders?A.Teenagers.B.Infants.C.Teachers.D.Parents.30.WhatcanweinferfromwhatAmyMcClellandsaid?A.Relaxationhasabadeffectonchildren.B.Chattingandfilmsmakechildrensleepmore.C.Beingtooexcitedisgoodforsleephabits.D.Itisdifficultforchildrentoreadbeforebed.31.Whatisthebesttitleforthetext?A.WaystoTreatSleepProblemsB.SleepHabitsofWelshChildrenC.SleepProblemsofWelshChildrenD.TheProblemsofWelshChildrenD  Doyoujumpoutofbedearly,wideawakeandreadytostartyourday?Ifso,youwouldbecalledan“earlybird”.Perhaps,youhatethesoundofyouralarmclock(鬧鐘)eachmorningandhavelittleenergyuntilafternoon.Ifso,you’reprobablya“nightowl”.  Mostpeoplecanbedividedintosuchtwogroups,butwhatmakesusthisway?Andisonebetterthantheother?Therearedifferentopinions.  Usually,earlyrisershavebeenpraisedashard-workingwhilethosewhoprefertogetuplateareconsideredlazy.Mostpeoplebelievetheearlybirdcatchestheworm.?  Yetsomescientistsnowbelieve“nightowls”canreallyfocus(集中)longerandproducemorethanearlyrisers.  Researchhasfoundthattheearlybirddoesnotalwaysgettheworm.InaBelgianstudy,both“morningpeople”and“eveningpeople”werewatchedduringtheirnormalasleepandawakeroutines(常規).After10hoursofbeingawake,the“eveningpeople”becamemorealert(思維敏捷的).However,the“morningpeople”becamesleepyandlessfocused.Researchersbelievethereasonforthisdifferenceisthatnightowlsreceivealast-minuteincreasefromtheirbrains.Thisaddedenergyallowsthemtostayalertforlongerperiodsoftime.  Environment,lifestyle,activitiesandchildhoodroutinesallmayhaveaneffectonsleepinghabits,yetgenetics(遺傳)mayplaythebiggestrole.第22頁共22頁   Itispossibletochangeyoursleepinghabitsthroughregularbedtimes,earlyexerciseandbyavoidingmidnightsnacks.Butifyou’rehappyrisingearlyorstayinguplate,you’reprobablydoingwhatworksbestforyourownpersonalbodyclock.32.Theauthorintroducesthesubjectby______.?A.tellinganinterestingstoryB.givingdifferentopinionsC.showingresearchresultsD.askingaquestion33.WhatdoestheunderlinedsentenceinParagraph3reallymean?A.Thosewhogetupearlyachievetheirgoals.B.Earlytobed,earlytoriseisgoodforhealth.C.“Nightowls”canfocuslongerthan“earlybirds”.D.“Earlybirds”areashard-workingas“nightowls”.34.WhatdidtheresearchersfindinaBelgianstudy?A.Laterisersbecomesleepierthanearlyrisers.B.Earlyrisersbecomeasfocusedaslaterrisers.C.Lateriserscanthinkquicklyafterbeingawakenfor10hours.D.Earlyriserscanthinkclearlyafterbeingawakefor10hours.35.Whatopiniondoestheauthorfinallyagreeto?A.Peopleshouldgetupearly.B.Whatevertimesuitsyou,it’sOK.C.Stayinguplateisgoodforhealth.D.It’simpossibletochangeone’ssleepinghabit.第二節(共5小題;每小題2分,滿分10分)  根據短文內容,從短文后的選項中選出能填入空白處的最佳選項,選項中有兩項為多余選項?! samust-havetraditionalsweetduringtheMid-AutumnFestival,amooncakecarriesmixedfeelings:Someloveitbecauseitissodelicious;othershateitbecauseitcontainstoomuchfat.__36__?  Mixwithfreshvegetables  Mooncakescontainhighlevelofsugarandoil,andeach100gramcanoffer20percentofthedailyenergysupplyforanadult.__37__.It’shighlyrecommendedtotakeamooncakeasmainmeal,togetherwithfreshvegetablesandgrains,whichwouldhelptodigestandcontrolcaloricintake.?  Drinktea  __38__,whichisaperfectmatchwiththemooncakes.Thewatertemperatureforgreenteashouldbeunder70°C,otherwisetheheatwilldamagetheVitaminCthatthetealeavescontain.AccordingtotraditionalChinesemedicinetheory,greenteaiscoldnatured,thereforepeoplewithaweekstomachshouldnotdrinktoomuch.?  __39__?第22頁共22頁   Duetohighcaloriesamooncakecontains,itisagoodchoiceforbreakfastwhenpeopleneedmoreenergysupplementafterawholenightsleep.Amooncakeplusmilkorsoybeanmilk,vegetablesandfruitequalaniceChinese-stylebreakfast.  Eatlessandexercisemore  ThemosteffectivewaytoavoidgettingfatduringtheMid-Autumnfestivalistoeatlessmooncakesanddomoreexercise.Duringthethree-dayfestivalholiday,manyculturaleventsareheldaroundthecity,suchasexhibitions,musicconcertsanddifferentformsofartisticperformances.__40__?A.Takemooncakesasbreakfast.B.Startyourdaywithadeliciousbreakfast.C.Buttherearefoursolutionsforyoutoenjoyitwithoutgainingweight.D.Greenteacanhelptospeedsugarmetabolismandreducethesweetflavor.E.Thereforeitisbetternottotakemorethan100gramofmooncakesperday.F.Enjoyingthegloriesofthefullmoonremainsthemostimportanteventduringtheholiday.G.Soit’sgoodtowalkaroundandappreciatethefullmoonandspendthenightwithyourlovedones.第三部分 英語知識運用(共兩節,滿分40分)第一節 完形填空(共20小題,每小題1.5分,滿分30分)  閱讀下面短文,從每題所給的A、B、C和D四個選項中,選出最佳選項?! eanisacleveryoungwomanwhocomesfromarichandfamousfamily.Shegoestoa(n)__41__universityandhaseverythingthatmoneycanbuy.Well,__42__everything.TheonlyproblemisthatthepeopleinJean’sfamilyareso__43__thattheycanhardlyfindtimetobewithher.?  SoJean__44__alotofhertimeonMSN.Shelikesbeinganonymous(匿名的),__45__topeoplewhodonotknowaboutherfamousfamilyandher__46__life.SheusedthenameLindaonMSNandhas__47__alotoffriendswhoshecontactsquite__48__.?  LastyearJeanmadeavery__49__friendonMSN.HisnamewasDavidandhelivedinSanFrancisco.Davidwasfullofstoriesandjokes.HeandJeanhadacommon__50__inrockmusicandmodemdance.__51__italwaystookthemhourstotalk__52__onMSNandsometimestheyeven__53__thetime.Ofcourse,theywantedtoknowmoreabouteachother.David__54__apictureofhimself:atall,good-lookingyoung__55__withabig,happysmile.As__56__wentby,theybecamegoodfriendsandoftensentcardsandsmallthingstoeachother.?  WhenJean’sfathertoldherthathewasgoing__57__abusinesstriptoSanFrancisco,sheaskedherfathertolether__58__withhim,sothatshecouldgiveDavida__59__forhisbirthday.ShewouldtakehimthelatestDVDoftheirfavorite__60__singer.ButwhenJeanknockedonDavid’sdoorinSanFrancisco,shefoundthatthespecialfriendshehadbeencontactingwasatwelve-year-oldboynamedJim.?41.A.strangeB.usualC.goodD.bad42.A.justB.hardlyC.onlyD.almost43.A.boringB.busyC.carelessD.far第22頁共22頁 44.A.choosesB.costsC.spendsD.stays45.A.singingB.e-mailingC.dancingD.talking46.A.poorB.richC.activeD.simple47.A.lostB.introducedC.madeD.visited48.A.longB.oftenC.easilyD.seldom49.A.honestB.handsomeC.loyalD.special50.A.interestB.senseC.historyD.experience51.A.ThoughB.ButC.BecauseD.So52.A.loudlyB.freelyC.happilyD.badly53.A.forgotB.overdidC.stayedD.left54.A.receivedB.sentC.broughtD.bought55.A.starB.childC.manD.boy56.A.ageB.timeC.conversationD.space57.A.intoB.atC.onD.in58.A.goB.workC.studyD.play59.A.partyB.wishC.hopeD.surprise60.A.operaB.rockC.popD.Classical第二節(共10小題;每小題1分,滿分10分)  閱讀下面短文,在空白處填入1個適當的單詞或括號內單詞的正確形式?! ungPaoChickenisatraditionalChinesedishandfamousforitsrichnessandvarietyandregardedbymanyasthemostpopularChinesedishinternationally.YoucanfinditinalmostanyChineserestaurantoverseas.Its61.________(popular)hasmadeitanamecardforChinesecuisine(菜肴).62.________(it)flavorcombinessour,sweetnessandspiciness(辣),withthefirsttwoasthemajorones.It’sagoodchoiceforthefeastonSpringFestivalEve,63.________mostChinesefamiliesenjoytimetogether.?  KungPaoChickenisadishfromSichuancuisine,butitoriginatedfromLacuisineinShandongProvince.Thedishis64.________(believe)tobethecreationofDingBaozhen,65.________officialduringtheQingDynasty.Ding66.________(serve)asaleaderinShandongProvinceandlaterinSichuanProvince.He第22頁共22頁 favoredpeanutsandspicyfood,soheimprovedtheShandongdish“JiangBaoChicken”by67.________(add)peppertoit.AfterhecametoSichuan,thedishwaspopularized.?  Thedishspreadsso68.________(wide)thatit’sbeenlocalizedinvariousplaces.Someevenusemeatinsteadofchicken69.________(cook)thisdish.WhenitwentWest,thepeopletherealsoimproveditaccording70.________theirownpreferences.?第四部分 寫作(共兩節,滿分40分)第一節 應用文寫作(滿分15分)  假如你是李華,你的英國筆友Lily在她的微博上說她為了減肥吃減肥藥,而且經常不吃飯,導致身體變得很虛弱,狀態不佳。請你就此事給她寫一封電子郵件,內容包括:1.對她的現狀表示擔心;2.指出吃減肥藥以及經常不吃飯的壞處;3.提出一些健康的減肥方法,如慢跑、定期到健身房健身等。注意:1.詞數80左右;2.可適當增加細節,以使行文連貫。參考詞匯:減肥藥weight-losspill;慢跑jogging;健身房gym?____________________________________________________________________?____________________________________________________________________?____________________________________________________________________?____________________________________________________________________?____________________________________________________________________【參考范文】DearLily  I’msorrytolearnthatyouareupsetaboutbeingoverweightrecently.  Ithinkyoushouldstoptakingweight-losspillsinnotimebecausetheyareharmfultoyourhealth.Besides,youneedtoeatahealthydiettorecoveryourstrength.Therearemanyotherwaystoloseweight.Forexample,joggingisquiteapopularformofexercise.Youmaydoitinthemorningoraftersupper.Anotherwayisthatyoucangotothegymregularlywhichisalsoaneffectivewayoflosingweightandkeepinghealthy.  Inaword,ifyouinsistonexercising,youaresuretohaveanattractivefigureandstayslimandhealthy.Yours,LiHua第二節 讀后續寫(滿分25分)  閱讀下面短文,根據所給情節進行續寫,使之構成一個完整的故事。第22頁共22頁   Alexis,17,satquietlyinthepassengerseatofherdad’scar.Shelethereyeslazilyscanthelandscapeforwildlife.Thenadeercameintoviewabout200yardsinfrontofthem.“Dad,there’sadeerthere!”Alexissaid.Itwasamaledeerwithsharpantlers(角)oneachsideofitshead.  Asthecarmovedcloser,Alexissawthatthedeer’sheadwasbenttowardtheground.Thensheheardascreamandsawanarmflyupnearthedeer’shead.Alexisrealizedthedeerwasattackingawoman.Sue,a44-year-oldmother,hadbeenoutforhermorningrun.Thedeerfollowedherandedged(緩慢移動)closer.“IknewIwasintrouble,”Suesays.Shewenttopickupastickforself-defense,andthedeercharged.Itliftedherwithitsantlersandthrewherintotheair.Suecouldfeelbloodflewdownherleg.Withinseconds,thedeerhadpushedherofftheroad.  WhenAlexisandherfatherpulledup,thedeerwasthrowingSuelikeadoll.Alexislookedintothewoman’sfrightenedeyes,andbeforeherfatherhadevenstoppedthecar,theteenagerjumpedquicklyoutofthecarandrantowardthedeer.“Iwaskickingittogetitsattention,”shesays.ThenMichael,herfather,whohadfollowedhisdaughter,pushedthedeerawayfromthewoman.注意:1.所續寫短文的詞數應為150左右;2.應使用5個以上短文中標有下劃線的關鍵詞語;3.續寫部分分為兩段,每段的開頭語已為你寫好;4.續寫完成后,請用下劃線標出你所使用的關鍵詞語。Paragraph1:  AlexisimmediatelyhelpedSueintothecar._____________________________________________________________________________________________?____________________________________________________________________?____________________________________________________________________?____________________________________________________________________Paragraph2:  Thensheheardherfathershoutloudly.____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________?____________________________________________________________________?____________________________________________________________________【備選訓練】單詞拼寫1.MyfriendMaryis_____________(遭受)fromabadcold.2.Herearesome____________(小竅門)abouthowtolearnEnglishwell.3.Inmy__________(意見,看法),thefilmiswellworthseeing.4.Thisorganizationperformsanimportant__________(作用)inthiscountry.第22頁共22頁 5.Thegovernmentsarespeedingupthe_________(建造,建筑)oflow-renthousing.6.Pleasecometoseemewhenitis_____________(方便的)toyou.7.Dokeepthe___________(毒藥)awayfromyourchildren.8.He______________(申請)tobesenttothenorthwestofChina.9.—Tomwaslateagain.—Yeah,it’s___________(典型的)ofhimtokeepeverybodywaiting.10.Heisreferredtoasawork____________(對……著迷的人).外研版(2019)高中英語必修第二冊Unit1單元素養評價試卷教師版第二部分 閱讀理解(共兩節,滿分40分)第一節(共15小題;每小題2分;滿分30分)  閱讀下列短文,從每題所給的A、B、C和D四個選項中,選出最佳選項。ATrip1 OneWeekinTheMountainsBringyourstrongshoesandwarmclothesforthiswalkinabeautifulareaoftheGreenMountains.Youmaygohikingorhaveatryofrockclimbing.Thisisalsoaprotectionareaforwildanimals.Youcanfindmanykindsofanimalslivinginthisarea.Time:May8-May14 Tel:64639818Adult:$110.00  Child:$55.00Trip2 ThreeDaysinTheCountryTherearemanybeautifulgardens.TakeyourcameraandenjoythewonderfulsightinHunterValley.Itisagoodplaceforfishingandhorseriding.Youcanalsofinddifferentkindsofflowershere.Thisisalsoagreatwalkforbird-lovers.Time:May20-May22 Tel:63986432 Adult:$50.00 Child:$25.00Trip3 FlashlightAdventurePutonyourwarmclothes,bringaflashlight(手電筒),andcomeforanightwalkalongtheDungogValley.Itisatripfullofadventure(冒險).Aguidewillleadthetour.Manyoftheplantsyouwillseeonthistripcanonlybeseenatnight.Time:May16-May18 Tel:63875629 Adult:$30.00   NotforchildrenTrip4 FiveDaysbyTheSeaWearyoursunhatandenjoywonderfulsunshineallthetimefrommorningtoevening.Ourhotelisnexttothesea.Wehaveourownboatstoo.Youcanswimintheseaorintheswimmingpool.Everydayourboatwill第22頁共22頁 takeyoutodifferentplacesforswimming.Time:May23-May27  Tel:67538293  Adult:$80.00   Child:$40.00【文章大意】本文是一則廣告,主要講了山間一周游、鄉村三日游、手電筒冒險之旅和海洋五日游四段旅程的注意事項及時間、電話、價格等。21.Whatnumbermayyoucallifyouandyourfriendswanttoenjoythesunshineattheseaside?A.67538293.     B.63986432.C.64639818.D.63875629.【解析】選A。細節理解題。根據最后一部分中的Wearyoursunhatandenjoywonderfulsunshineallthetimefrommorningtoevening.可知,在FiveDaysbytheSea這個旅程中可以享受海邊的陽光,這里的電話是67538293,故選A。22.SamwantstostayinHunterValleywithhiswife,hisfive-year-olddaughterandhisseven-year-oldson.Howmuchwillitcost?A.$25.  B.$50. C.$100.  D.$150.【解析】選D。細節理解題。根據第二部分可知,去HunterValley的票價成人每人$50,,孩子每人$25,所以Sam一家兩個成年人,兩個孩子一共是$150,故選D。23.Davidlovessports.HewilltakehisholidayfromMay7toMay15.Whatactivitywillheprobablytakepartin?A.Hikinginthemountains.B.Fishinginthecountry.C.Watchingplantsatnight.D.Swimminginthesea.【解析】選A。細節理解題。根據文章可知每個旅程的時間分別為:May8-May14,May20-May22,May16-May18,May23-May27。而David的假期是May7-May15,符合第一個旅程。故選A。B  Theyoungboysawme,orrather,hesawthecarandquicklyranuptome,eagertosellhisbunches(串)ofbananasandbagsofpeanuts.Thoughheappearedtobeabouttwelve,heseemedtohavealreadyknownthebitternessoflife.“Banana300naira.Peanuts200naira”  Hesaidinalowvoice.Ibargainedhimdownto200totalforthefruitandnuts.Whenheagreed,Ihandedhima500nairabill.Hedidn’thavechange,soItoldhimnottoworry.  Hesaidthanksandsmiledarowofperfectteeth.  When,twoweekslater,Isawtheboyagain,Iwasmoreawareofmypositioninasocietywhereit’snotthatuncommontoseealittleboywhoshouldbeinschoolstandingonthecornersellingfruitintheburningsun.Myparentshadraisedmetobeawareoftheadvantagewehadbeenaffordedandtheresponsibilityitbroughttous.第22頁共22頁   Ipulledoverandrolleddownmywindow.Hehadabunchofbananasandabagofpeanutsready.Iwavedthemaway.“What’sup”.Iaskedhim.“Idon’thavemoneytobuybooksforschool.”Ireachedintomypocketandhandedhimtwofresh500nairabills.  “Willthishelp?”Iasked.Helookedaroundnervouslybeforetakingthemoney.Onethousandnairawasalotofmoneytosomeonewhosefamilyprobablymadeabout5,000nairaorlesseachyear.“Thankyou,sir,”hesaid.“Thankyouverymuch.”  Whendrivinghome,Iwonderedifmylittlefriendactuallyusedthemoneyforschool-books.Whatifhe’sacheat?AndthenIwonderedwhyIdidit.DidIdoittomakemyselffeelbetter?WasIusinghim?Later,IrealizedthatIdidn’tknowhisnameortheleastbitabouthim,nordidIthinktoask.  Overthenextsixmonths,IwasbusyworkinginanewsagencyinnorthernNigeria.SometimeafterIreturned,Iwentoutforadrive.WhenIwasabouttopullover,theboysuddenlyappearedbymywindowwithabigsmilereadyonhisface.  “Oh,gosh!Longtime.”  “Areyouinschoolnow?”Iasked.  Henodded.  “That’sgood,”Isaid.Asilencefellaswelookedateachother,andthenIrealizedwhathewanted.“Here,”Iheldouta500nairabill.“Takethis.”Heshookhisheadandsteppedbackasifhurt.“What’swrong?”Iasked.“It’sagift.”  Heshookhisheadagainandbroughthishandfrombehindhisback.Hisfaceshonewithsweat(汗水).Hedroppedabunchofbananasandabagofpeanutsinthefrontseatbeforehesaid,“I’vebeenwaitingtogivethesetoyou.”【文章大意】本文是一篇記敘文,記敘了作者遇見一個男孩,他大約12歲,但是在街上賣水果和堅果,當作者第一次見到他時,就感覺到這個小男孩遭受了很多苦難,作者問他“為什么不上學?”,作者知道了不上學的原因,毫不猶豫地把錢給了小男孩。從此以后,小男孩可以上學了,為了感謝作者,小男孩送水果給作者。24.Whatwastheauthor’sfirstimpressionoftheboy?A.Heseemedtobepoorandmean.B.HeseemedtohavesufferedalotC.Heseemedyoungerthanhisage.D.Heseemedgoodatbargaining.【解析】選B。細節理解題。根據第一段Thoughheappearedtobeabouttwelve,heseemedtohavealreadyknownthebitternessoflife.可知這個小男孩好像受了很多苦。25.Thesecondtimetheauthormettheboy,theboy______.?A.toldhimhispurposeofsellingfruitandnutsB.wantedtoexpresshisthanksC.askedhimformoneyforhisschoolbooksD.triedtotakeadvantageofhim第22頁共22頁 【解析】選A。細節理解題,根據第五段Idon’thavemoneytobuybooksforschool.可知小男孩告訴他賣水果和堅果的目的是因為沒錢買書。26.Whydidtheauthorgivehismoneytotheboy?A.Becausehehadenoughmoneytodothat.B.Becausehehadlearnttohelpotherssincechildhood.C.Becauseheheldahigherpositioninthesociety.D.Becausehehadbeenaskedbythenewsagencytodoso.【解析】選B。細節理解題。根據第四段Myparentshadraisedmetobeawareoftheadvantagewehadbeenaffordedandtheresponsibilityitbroughttous.可知作者從小就學會了幫助別人。27.Whichofthefollowingbestdescribestheboy?A.Braveandpolite.B.Kindandsmart.C.Honestandthankful.D.Shyandnervous.【解析】選C。推理判斷題,由小男孩告訴作者他沒有錢上學,這說明他誠實;小男孩為了感謝作者,給作者送水果,說明他感恩。C  HundredsofchildrenarebeingtreatedforsleepproblemsinWaleseveryyear.Insomecases,babies,infantsandteenagershavebeenadmittedtohospitalwhileinnorthWalesalone.  TheChildren’sSleepCharitysaidmanychildrenweresufferingfromlackofsleepmainlybecauseoftechnologyuse.PublicHealthWalessaidsleepwasasimportanttoachild’shealthashealthyeatingandexercise,andchildrenwithpoorsleeppatternsweremorelikelytobefat.  StatisticsobtainedundertheFreedomofInformationActbyBBCWalesfoundatleast408childrenhavebeenadmittedtohospitalsacrossWalessufferingfromsleepdisorderssinceMarch2013.  Childrenagedbetween0and4madeupthehighestnumberofinpatients(住院病人),withsomenewbornsbeingtreatedforsleep-relatedproblemsfromthedayofbirth.  VickiDawson,whosetuptheChildren’sSleepCharity(CSC),saidsleeplessnightswereputtingbothchildrenandparentsinanxiety.“Theirweightandgrowthmayalsobeaffectedaswellastheirmentalhealth,”shesaid.  Teacherssaidchildrenshowingsignsofsleepshortageandtirednessinclasswereaconcernastheycouldn’tconcentrateforlongperiods.  PsychologistAmyMcClelland,ofSleepWales,saidacommonproblemwaschildrenbeing“overexcited”and“nothavingthechancetorelaxproperty”beforebedandfamiliesshouldgetbacktobasics.“Think1950sfamilyhome.Dinnerasafamily,read,chat,afilmmaybe,lightsoffandthenbed.”Sheadded.【文章大意】本文是一篇說明文,文章講述了威爾士兒童的睡眠問題。28.What’sthemainreasonwhychildrenareshortofsleep?A.Lessexercise.    B.Eatinghabits.第22頁共22頁 C.Sleeppatterns.D.Technologyuse.【解析】選D。細節理解題。根據第二段第一句TheChildren’sSleepCharitysaidmanychildrenweresufferingfromlackofsleepmainlybecauseoftechnologyuse.可知選D。29.Whoarethemajorityoftheinpatientswithsleep-relateddisorders?A.Teenagers.B.Infants.C.Teachers.D.Parents.【解析】選B。細節理解題。根據第四段Childrenagedbetween0and4madeupthehighestnumberofinpatients,withsomenewbornsbeingtreatedforsleep-relatedproblemsfromthedayofbirth.可知嬰兒占了睡眠相關障礙的住院患者的大多數。30.WhatcanweinferfromwhatAmyMcClellandsaid?A.Relaxationhasabadeffectonchildren.B.Chattingandfilmsmakechildrensleepmore.C.Beingtooexcitedisgoodforsleephabits.D.Itisdifficultforchildrentoreadbeforebed.【解析】選B。推理判斷題。根據最后一段中Think1950sfamilyhome.Dinnerasafamily,read,chat,afilmmaybe,lightsoffandthenbed.(想想20世紀50年代的家庭。一家人吃飯,讀書,聊天,看場電影,然后熄燈睡覺)可知聊天和看電影讓孩子們睡得更多。31.Whatisthebesttitleforthetext?A.WaystoTreatSleepProblemsB.SleepHabitsofWelshChildrenC.SleepProblemsofWelshChildrenD.TheProblemsofWelshChildren【解析】選C。主旨大意題。根據第一段威爾士每年有數百名兒童因睡眠問題接受治療。在某些情況下,僅在北威爾士,很多嬰兒、嬰兒和青少年就被送進了醫院??赏浦疚淖罴褬祟}是C項SleepProblemsofWelshChildren“威爾士兒童的睡眠問題”。D  Doyoujumpoutofbedearly,wideawakeandreadytostartyourday?Ifso,youwouldbecalledan“earlybird”.Perhaps,youhatethesoundofyouralarmclock(鬧鐘)eachmorningandhavelittleenergyuntilafternoon.Ifso,you’reprobablya“nightowl”.  Mostpeoplecanbedividedintosuchtwogroups,butwhatmakesusthisway?Andisonebetterthantheother?Therearedifferentopinions.  Usually,earlyrisershavebeenpraisedashard-workingwhilethosewhoprefertogetuplateareconsideredlazy.Mostpeoplebelievetheearlybirdcatchestheworm.?  Yetsomescientistsnowbelieve“nightowls”canreallyfocus(集中)longerandproducemorethanearlyrisers.第22頁共22頁   Researchhasfoundthattheearlybirddoesnotalwaysgettheworm.InaBelgianstudy,both“morningpeople”and“eveningpeople”werewatchedduringtheirnormalasleepandawakeroutines(常規).After10hoursofbeingawake,the“eveningpeople”becamemorealert(思維敏捷的).However,the“morningpeople”becamesleepyandlessfocused.Researchersbelievethereasonforthisdifferenceisthatnightowlsreceivealast-minuteincreasefromtheirbrains.Thisaddedenergyallowsthemtostayalertforlongerperiodsoftime.  Environment,lifestyle,activitiesandchildhoodroutinesallmayhaveaneffectonsleepinghabits,yetgenetics(遺傳)mayplaythebiggestrole.  Itispossibletochangeyoursleepinghabitsthroughregularbedtimes,earlyexerciseandbyavoidingmidnightsnacks.Butifyou’rehappyrisingearlyorstayinguplate,you’reprobablydoingwhatworksbestforyourownpersonalbodyclock.【文章大意】本文是一篇議論文,主要討論了“earlybird”和“nightowl”哪一個更好的問題。研究發現,保持清醒狀態十小時后,夜貓子的思維相對更加敏捷,最后作者認為這兩種方式無所謂哪一個更好,人們應該選擇適合自己生物鐘的方式。32.Theauthorintroducesthesubjectby______.?A.tellinganinterestingstoryB.givingdifferentopinionsC.showingresearchresultsD.askingaquestion【解析】選D。寫作方法題。根據第二段可知作者提出了一個問題:哪一種方式更好?以此問題引出要討論的話題。33.WhatdoestheunderlinedsentenceinParagraph3reallymean?A.Thosewhogetupearlyachievetheirgoals.B.Earlytobed,earlytoriseisgoodforhealth.C.“Nightowls”canfocuslongerthan“earlybirds”.D.“Earlybirds”areashard-workingas“nightowls”.【解析】選A。猜測句意題。第三段第一句告訴我們早起的人常常被認為很努力,而晚起的人通常被認為懶惰。人們認為早起的鳥兒有蟲吃,也就是早起的人足夠勤奮能夠實現他們的目標。該句與A項語意一致,故A項正確。34.WhatdidtheresearchersfindinaBelgianstudy?A.Laterisersbecomesleepierthanearlyrisers.B.Earlyrisersbecomeasfocusedaslaterrisers.C.Lateriserscanthinkquicklyafterbeingawakenfor10hours.D.Earlyriserscanthinkclearlyafterbeingawakefor10hours.【解析】選C。細節理解題。根據第五段第三句After10hoursofbeingawake,the“eveningpeople”becamemorealert(思維敏捷的).可知保持清醒狀態10小時以后,夜貓子的思維相對更加敏捷。35.Whatopiniondoestheauthorfinallyagreeto?第22頁共22頁 A.Peopleshouldgetupearly.B.Whatevertimesuitsyou,it’sOK.C.Stayinguplateisgoodforhealth.D.It’simpossibletochangeone’ssleepinghabit.【解析】選B。推理判斷題。根據文章最后一句可知只要你自己開心,早起或者熬夜都可以。也就是說作者認為人們應該選擇適合自己生物鐘的方式。故B項正確。第二節(共5小題;每小題2分,滿分10分)  根據短文內容,從短文后的選項中選出能填入空白處的最佳選項,選項中有兩項為多余選項?! samust-havetraditionalsweetduringtheMid-AutumnFestival,amooncakecarriesmixedfeelings:Someloveitbecauseitissodelicious;othershateitbecauseitcontainstoomuchfat.__36__?  Mixwithfreshvegetables  Mooncakescontainhighlevelofsugarandoil,andeach100gramcanoffer20percentofthedailyenergysupplyforanadult.__37__.It’shighlyrecommendedtotakeamooncakeasmainmeal,togetherwithfreshvegetablesandgrains,whichwouldhelptodigestandcontrolcaloricintake.?  Drinktea  __38__,whichisaperfectmatchwiththemooncakes.Thewatertemperatureforgreenteashouldbeunder70°C,otherwisetheheatwilldamagetheVitaminCthatthetealeavescontain.AccordingtotraditionalChinesemedicinetheory,greenteaiscoldnatured,thereforepeoplewithaweekstomachshouldnotdrinktoomuch.?  __39__?  Duetohighcaloriesamooncakecontains,itisagoodchoiceforbreakfastwhenpeopleneedmoreenergysupplementafterawholenightsleep.Amooncakeplusmilkorsoybeanmilk,vegetablesandfruitequalaniceChinese-stylebreakfast.  Eatlessandexercisemore  ThemosteffectivewaytoavoidgettingfatduringtheMid-Autumnfestivalistoeatlessmooncakesanddomoreexercise.Duringthethree-dayfestivalholiday,manyculturaleventsareheldaroundthecity,suchasexhibitions,musicconcertsanddifferentformsofartisticperformances.__40__?A.Takemooncakesasbreakfast.B.Startyourdaywithadeliciousbreakfast.C.Buttherearefoursolutionsforyoutoenjoyitwithoutgainingweight.D.Greenteacanhelptospeedsugarmetabolismandreducethesweetflavor.E.Thereforeitisbetternottotakemorethan100gramofmooncakesperday.F.Enjoyingthegloriesofthefullmoonremainsthemostimportanteventduringtheholiday.G.Soit’sgoodtowalkaroundandappreciatethefullmoonandspendthenightwithyourlovedones.【文章大意】本文主要介紹了吃月餅不長胖的四種方法。36.【解析】選C。根據下文所給的四條建議可知此處應選C項來起承上啟下的作用。第22頁共22頁 37.【解析】選E。根據上文Mooncakescontainhighlevelofsugarandoil,andeach100gramcanoffer20percentofthedailyenergysupplyforanadult.可知月餅中糖和油含量高,每100克月餅能夠提供一個成年人全天20%的能量補給,因此一天吃月餅最好不超過100克。38.【解析】選D。根據本段小標題Drinktea和下文Thewatertemperatureforgreenteashouldbeunder70°C,otherwisetheheatwilldamagetheVitaminCthatthetealeavescontain.中的關鍵詞greentea可知。39.【解析】選A。根據下文內容Duetohighcaloriesamooncakecontains,itisagoodchoiceforbreakfastwhenpeopleneedmoreenergysupplementafterawholenightsleep.Amooncakeplusmilkorsoybeanmilk,vegetablesandfruitequalaniceChinese-stylebreakfast.可知A項“把月餅當早餐”是最佳標題。40.【解析】選G。根據本段小標題Eatlessandexercisemore及下文內容可知本段主要講述少吃月餅多運動,因此G項符合語境。第三部分 英語知識運用(共兩節,滿分40分)第一節 完形填空(共20小題,每小題1.5分,滿分30分)  閱讀下面短文,從每題所給的A、B、C和D四個選項中,選出最佳選項?! eanisacleveryoungwomanwhocomesfromarichandfamousfamily.Shegoestoa(n)__41__universityandhaseverythingthatmoneycanbuy.Well,__42__everything.TheonlyproblemisthatthepeopleinJean’sfamilyareso__43__thattheycanhardlyfindtimetobewithher.?  SoJean__44__alotofhertimeonMSN.Shelikesbeinganonymous(匿名的),__45__topeoplewhodonotknowaboutherfamousfamilyandher__46__life.SheusedthenameLindaonMSNandhas__47__alotoffriendswhoshecontactsquite__48__.?  LastyearJeanmadeavery__49__friendonMSN.HisnamewasDavidandhelivedinSanFrancisco.Davidwasfullofstoriesandjokes.HeandJeanhadacommon__50__inrockmusicandmodemdance.__51__italwaystookthemhourstotalk__52__onMSNandsometimestheyeven__53__thetime.Ofcourse,theywantedtoknowmoreabouteachother.David__54__apictureofhimself:atall,good-lookingyoung__55__withabig,happysmile.As__56__wentby,theybecamegoodfriendsandoftensentcardsandsmallthingstoeachother.?  WhenJean’sfathertoldherthathewasgoing__57__abusinesstriptoSanFrancisco,sheaskedherfathertolether__58__withhim,sothatshecouldgiveDavida__59__forhisbirthday.ShewouldtakehimthelatestDVDoftheirfavorite__60__singer.ButwhenJeanknockedonDavid’sdoorinSanFrancisco,shefoundthatthespecialfriendshehadbeencontactingwasatwelve-year-oldboynamedJim.?【文章大意】作者講述了來自名門望族的年輕女子Jean因為孤獨在網上結交了異城的異性朋友,他們有共同的愛好而且聊得很開心并互贈東西。就在Jean去舊金山去看望網友時候卻發現他只是一個12歲的男孩。41.A.strangeB.usualC.goodD.bad【解析】選C。根據whocomesfromarichandfamousfamily.和haseverythingthatmoneycanbuy.可知Jean家庭條件非常好,所以上的是好大學。42.A.justB.hardlyC.onlyD.almost第22頁共22頁 【解析】選D。由于Jean家庭條件非常好,所以她擁有了幾乎錢能買到的一切。just剛剛;hardly幾乎不;only僅僅;almost幾乎。43.A.boringB.busyC.carelessD.far【解析】選B。根據句中theycanhardlyfindtimetobewithher.可知Jean的家人都很忙。boring無聊的;busy忙碌的;careless粗心的;far遠的。44.A.choosesB.costsC.spendsD.stays【解析】選C。由于家人沒時間陪伴,所以Jean把多數時間都花費在上網上面。spendtimeonsth.把時間花在……上。45.A.singingB.e-mailingC.dancingD.talking【解析】選D。Jean在網上匿名和不知道自己出名的家庭與富有的生活的人聊天。sing唱歌;e-mail發郵件;dance跳舞;talk談論。46.A.poorB.richC.activeD.simple【解析】選B。根據文章開頭whocomesfromarichandfamousfamily.可知此處指Jean出名的家庭和她富有的生活。poor貧窮的;rich富有的;active積極的;simple簡單的。47.A.lostB.introducedC.madeD.visited【解析】選C。此處指Jean在網上交了許多朋友,makefriends交朋友。48.A.longB.oftenC.easilyD.seldom【解析】選B。Jean在網上交了許多經常聯系的朋友。long長期地;often常常;easily容易地;seldom很少。49.A.honestB.handsomeC.loyalD.special【解析】選D。根據下文Davidwasfullofstoriesandjokes.和inrockmusicandmoderndance.可知去年Jean交了一個特別的朋友。honest誠實的;handsome英俊的;loyal忠誠的;special特別的。50.A.interestB.senseC.historyD.experience【解析】選A。此處指兩人在搖滾樂和現代舞方面有共同的興趣。interest興趣;sense感覺;history歷史;experience經歷。51.A.ThoughB.ButC.BecauseD.So【解析】選D。因為有共同的興趣,所以兩人經常在網上長時間聊天。though盡管;but但是;because因為;so所以。52.A.loudlyB.freelyC.happilyD.badly【解析】選C。此處指兩人經常在網上長時間快樂地聊天,下句sometimestheyeven____thetime.也給了提示。loudly大聲地;freely自由地;happily快樂地;badly嚴重地。?53.A.forgotB.overdidC.stayedD.left第22頁共22頁 【解析】選A。兩人經常在網上長時間快樂地聊天,有時甚至忘記了時間。forget忘記;overdo做得過分;stay停留;leave離開。54.A.receivedB.sentC.broughtD.bought【解析】選B??疾閯釉~。兩人想增進了解,David送給Jean一張自己的照片,指送照片。receive收到;send送;bring帶來;buy買。55.A.starB.childC.manD.boy【解析】選C。照片上的David是一個面帶微笑高大英俊的年輕人。star星星;child孩子;man男人;boy男孩。56.A.ageB.timeC.conversationD.space【解析】選B。astimewentby“隨著時間過去”,是固定短語。age年齡;time時間;conversation會談;space空間。57.A.intoB.atC.onD.in【解析】選C。此處指Jean的父親要去舊金山出差旅行,goonabusinesstrip表示去出差。into到……里;at在;on在……之上;in在……里面。58.A.goB.workC.studyD.play【解析】選A。Jean讓父親帶她去舊金山。go去;work工作;study學習;play游戲。59.A.partyB.wishC.hopeD.surprise【解析】選D。Jean沒提前告訴David她的行程是想在David生日時給他一個驚喜。party聚會;wish希望;hope希望;surprise驚喜。60.A.operaB.rockC.popD.Classical【解析】選B。她要送給David他們最喜歡的搖滾歌星最新的唱片,與上文inrockmusic呼應。opera歌劇;rock搖滾音樂;pop流行音樂;classical古典音樂。第二節(共10小題;每小題1分,滿分10分)  閱讀下面短文,在空白處填入1個適當的單詞或括號內單詞的正確形式?! ungPaoChickenisatraditionalChinesedishandfamousforitsrichnessandvarietyandregardedbymanyasthemostpopularChinesedishinternationally.YoucanfinditinalmostanyChineserestaurantoverseas.Its61.________(popular)hasmadeitanamecardforChinesecuisine(菜肴).62.________(it)flavorcombinessour,sweetnessandspiciness(辣),withthefirsttwoasthemajorones.It’sagoodchoiceforthefeastonSpringFestivalEve,63.________mostChinesefamiliesenjoytimetogether.?  KungPaoChickenisadishfromSichuancuisine,butitoriginatedfromLacuisineinShandongProvince.Thedishis64.________(believe)tobethecreationofDingBaozhen,65.________officialduringtheQing第22頁共22頁 Dynasty.Ding66.________(serve)asaleaderinShandongProvinceandlaterinSichuanProvince.Hefavoredpeanutsandspicyfood,soheimprovedtheShandongdish“JiangBaoChicken”by67.________(add)peppertoit.AfterhecametoSichuan,thedishwaspopularized.?  Thedishspreadsso68.________(wide)thatit’sbeenlocalizedinvariousplaces.Someevenusemeatinsteadofchicken69.________(cook)thisdish.WhenitwentWest,thepeopletherealsoimproveditaccording70.________theirownpreferences.?【文章大意】本文是一篇說明文。文章介紹了一道傳統的中國菜——宮保雞丁以及它的制作經歷。它以作料多樣而聞名,被許多人認為是國際上最受歡迎的中國菜。61.【解析】popularity??疾樵~性轉換。形容詞性物主代詞its后面跟名詞,故填popularity。62.【解析】Its??疾榇~。此處flavor是名詞,用形容詞性物主代詞修飾,故填Its。63.【解析】when??疾槎ㄕZ從句。此處SpringFestivalEve為先行詞,在后面的定語從句中作時間狀語,故答案為when。64.【解析】believed??疾閯釉~的語態。句意:這道菜被認為是清朝官員丁寶楨發明的。主語dish與believe之間存在邏輯上的被動關系,故用believed。65.【解析】an??疾椴欢ü谠~。句意:這道菜被認為是清朝官員丁寶楨發明的。此處____official是DingBaozhen的同位語,且official的發音以元音開頭,故填an。?66.【解析】served??疾閯釉~的時態。句意:丁寶楨先后在山東省和四川省當過官。這是在講過去的事情,所以句子用一般過去時,故答案為served。67.【解析】adding??疾榉侵^語動詞。句意:他喜歡吃花生和辛辣的食物,所以他在山東菜“醬爆雞丁”中加了辣椒。bydoingsth.通過做某事,故答案為adding。68.【解析】widely??疾樵~性轉換。此處spreads是動詞,需用副詞修飾,故答案為widely。69.【解析】tocook??疾榉侵^語動詞。有些人甚至用豬肉代替雞肉來做這道菜。此處作目的狀語,故應使用動詞不定式。70.【解析】to??疾榻樵~。accordingto根據,按照,故答案為to。第四部分 寫作(共兩節,滿分40分)第一節 應用文寫作(滿分15分)  假如你是李華,你的英國筆友Lily在她的微博上說她為了減肥吃減肥藥,而且經常不吃飯,導致身體變得很虛弱,狀態不佳。請你就此事給她寫一封電子郵件,內容包括:1.對她的現狀表示擔心;2.指出吃減肥藥以及經常不吃飯的壞處;3.提出一些健康的減肥方法,如慢跑、定期到健身房健身等。注意:1.詞數80左右;2.可適當增加細節,以使行文連貫。參考詞匯:減肥藥weight-losspill;慢跑jogging;第22頁共22頁 健身房gym?____________________________________________________________________?____________________________________________________________________?____________________________________________________________________?____________________________________________________________________?____________________________________________________________________【參考范文】DearLily  I’msorrytolearnthatyouareupsetaboutbeingoverweightrecently.  Ithinkyoushouldstoptakingweight-losspillsinnotimebecausetheyareharmfultoyourhealth.Besides,youneedtoeatahealthydiettorecoveryourstrength.Therearemanyotherwaystoloseweight.Forexample,joggingisquiteapopularformofexercise.Youmaydoitinthemorningoraftersupper.Anotherwayisthatyoucangotothegymregularlywhichisalsoaneffectivewayoflosingweightandkeepinghealthy.  Inaword,ifyouinsistonexercising,youaresuretohaveanattractivefigureandstayslimandhealthy.Yours,LiHua第二節 讀后續寫(滿分25分)  閱讀下面短文,根據所給情節進行續寫,使之構成一個完整的故事?! lexis,17,satquietlyinthepassengerseatofherdad’scar.Shelethereyeslazilyscanthelandscapeforwildlife.Thenadeercameintoviewabout200yardsinfrontofthem.“Dad,there’sadeerthere!”Alexissaid.Itwasamaledeerwithsharpantlers(角)oneachsideofitshead.  Asthecarmovedcloser,Alexissawthatthedeer’sheadwasbenttowardtheground.Thensheheardascreamandsawanarmflyupnearthedeer’shead.Alexisrealizedthedeerwasattackingawoman.Sue,a44-year-oldmother,hadbeenoutforhermorningrun.Thedeerfollowedherandedged(緩慢移動)closer.“IknewIwasintrouble,”Suesays.Shewenttopickupastickforself-defense,andthedeercharged.Itliftedherwithitsantlersandthrewherintotheair.Suecouldfeelbloodflewdownherleg.Withinseconds,thedeerhadpushedherofftheroad.  WhenAlexisandherfatherpulledup,thedeerwasthrowingSuelikeadoll.Alexislookedintothewoman’sfrightenedeyes,andbeforeherfatherhadevenstoppedthecar,theteenagerjumpedquicklyoutofthecarandrantowardthedeer.“Iwaskickingittogetitsattention,”shesays.ThenMichael,herfather,whohadfollowedhisdaughter,pushedthedeerawayfromthewoman.注意:1.所續寫短文的詞數應為150左右;2.應使用5個以上短文中標有下劃線的關鍵詞語;3.續寫部分分為兩段,每段的開頭語已為你寫好;4.續寫完成后,請用下劃線標出你所使用的關鍵詞語。第22頁共22頁 Paragraph1:  AlexisimmediatelyhelpedSueintothecar._____________________________________________________________________________________________?____________________________________________________________________?____________________________________________________________________?____________________________________________________________________Paragraph2:  Thensheheardherfathershoutloudly.____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________?____________________________________________________________________?____________________________________________________________________【參考范文】  AlexisimmediatelyhelpedSueintothecar.SheappliedacleantowelfromherbagtoSue’sinjuredleg,whichwouldhelptostopitsbleeding.ApparentlySuewastoofrightenedbytheaccidenttoletoutaword.Alexistalkedsoftlytocomforttheterrifiedwomanandthoughtabouthowtohelpherfather.  Thensheheardherfathershoutloudly.Michaelhadbeenknockedtotheground.Alexistookholdofahammerfromthecarandrantowhereherfatherlayonhisback.Shebeatthedeer’sheadandneck,buttheblowsdidn’tscareitaway.Alexiscouldseethatherfatherwasstrugglingtobreathe.Turningthehammeraround,Alexisclosedhereyesandbeatthedeer’sneckwithallherstrength.Whensheopenedhereyes,thedeerwasrunningaway.Alexisgotinthedriver’sseatandspedtowardthenearesthospital.【備選訓練】單詞拼寫1.MyfriendMaryissuffering(遭受)fromabadcold.2.Herearesometips(小竅門)abouthowtolearnEnglishwell.3.Inmyopinion(意見,看法),thefilmiswellworthseeing.4.Thisorganizationperformsanimportantfunction(作用)inthiscountry.5.Thegovernmentsarespeedinguptheconstruction(建造,建筑)oflow-renthousing.6.Pleasecometoseemewhenitisconvenient(方便的)toyou.7.Dokeepthepoison(毒藥)awayfromyourchildren.8.Heapplied(申請)tobesenttothenorthwestofChina.9.—Tomwaslateagain.—Yeah,it’stypical(典型的)ofhimtokeepeverybodywaiting.10.Heisreferredtoasaworkaddict(對……著迷的人).第22頁共22頁
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