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第1页共11页2014高考百天仿真冲刺卷英语试卷(六)第一部分听力(共三节,满分30分)第一节(共5小题每小题1.5分,共7.5分)听下面5段对话。每段对话后有一道小题,从每题所给的A、B、C三个选项中选出最佳选项。听完每段对话后,你将有10秒钟的时间来回答有关小题和阅读下一小题。每段对话你将听一遍。例WhatisthemangoingtoreadA.Anewspaper.B.Amagazine.C.Abook.答案是A。1.WheredoesthemanprefertogoA.Thetheatre.B.Thebookshop.C.Therestaurant.2.WhatdoesthewomanwantA.Johnsphonenumber.B.Johnsaddress.C.Johnsbook.3.WhatdoesthemanadvisethewomantodoA.Gototheoffice.B.CompleteapaperC.Buyacomputer.4.WhataretheytalkingaboutA.Anapartment.B.Weather.C.Transport.5.WhatsthewomandoingA.Givingadvice.B.Makingarequest.C.Offeringlelp.第二节(共10小题每小题1.5分,共15分)听下面4段对话。每段对话有几道小题,从每题所给的A、B、C三个选项中选出最佳选项。听每段对话前,你将有5秒钟时间阅读每小题。听完后,每小题将给出5秒钟的做答时间。每段对话你将听两遍。听第6段材料,回答第6至7题。6.WheredoesthewomanliveA.InSingapore.B.InHongKong.C.InItaly.7.WhendidthewomanfirstmoveA.In1983.B.In1989.C.In1998.听第7段材料,回答第8至9题。8.WhatdoGrandmaandGrandpawanttodoA.Changethehotels.B.Getclosetonature.C.Giveuptheirvacation.9.HowdidthemanfeelatthenewsA.Surprised.B.Disappointed.C.Upset.听第8段材料,回答第10至12题。10.WhenisthebesttimetovisitNewZealandA.InJune.B.InAugust.C.InNovember.11.Whichcityiswell–knownforitsgardensA.Auckland.B.Wellington.C.Christchurch.12.WhatcanyoudoonSouthIslandA.Climbmountains.B.Lieonthebeach.C.GoSkiing.听第9段材料,回答第13至15题。13.WhatstheprobablerelationshipbetweenthetwospeakersA.Husbandandwife.B.Teacherandstudent.C.Motherandson.14.WhatdoesthemandoA.Heisawriter.B.Heisastudent.C.Heisachemist.15.WhatwilltheyprobablydosoonA.Setupalab.B.Writepapers.C.Workonexperiments.第2页共11页第三节(共5小题每小题1.5分,共7.5分)听下面一段独白,完成第16题至20题,每小题仅填写一个词。听独白前,你将有20秒钟的时间阅读试题,听完后你将有60秒钟的作答时间。这段独白你将连续听两遍。(请将答案写在答题卡指定区域内)MemoTheMumberofsportstoplay16Forafternoonactivitieshavea17ClothesneededTracksuits,sports18,shortsandTshirtsLunchtimebeginsat19,endsat145Thingsyoucanbuyattheshoppingcenter20anddrinks第二部分知识运用(共两节,45分)第一节单项填空(共15小题每小题1分,共15分)从每题所给的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Itssonicetohearfromheragain.,welastmetmorethanthirtyyearsago.A.WhatsmoreB.ThatstosayC.InotherwordsD.Believeitornot答案是D。21.Towriteyourreport,youmayrefertobooks19thcenturyEnglistliterature.A.fromB.inC.aboutD.at22.-HasTomalreadyfinishedhisnewstory-IHavenoidea.Heitlastmonth.A.hadwrittenB.waswritingC.wouldwriteD.wrote23.Youlooksotired.Youhavestayeduplateagain.A.shouldB.canC.mayD.must24.Thecouplefinallyboughtthehousetheywanted,fortheyenoughmoney.A.hadsavedB.weresavingC.wouldsaveD.weretosave25.OnlywhenTomfullyrecoveredbacktowork.A.didhegoB.hewentC.hadhegoneD.hehadgone26.Youngpeoplegotocollegewiththeexpectationthateducatedpeoplegetahigherpay.A.goodB.betterC.bestD.thebest27.Oct.1st,isourNationalDay,isalwayscelebratedwithsinginganddancig.A.asB.thatC.whenD.which28.-Peter,wouldyoulikeabeertogowithyourmealGure,it.A.orderedB.wasoredredC.hasbeenorderedD.hasordered29.ItsnoteasytolearnEnglishwell.asmuchaspossibleisnecessary.A.HavingreadB.ReadC.ReadingD.Tohaveread30.Everyyear,Tomrememberstohavesomeflowerstohermotheronherbirthday.A.sendB.sentC.sendingD.beingsent31.Hardyoumaytry,youcantpossiblypersuadeTomtogiveupsmoking,forheissoaddictedtoit.A.WhateverB.HoweverC.WhicheverD.Whenever32.Theyallwantedtostopworkingbecausetheyweretired,butofthemwouldsaystopl.A.anyB.someC.noneD.neither33.theaddress,Tomsenttheemailtohisteacher.A.HavingcheckedB.CheckedC.BeingcheckedD.Tocheck34.-Howdoyouusuallyfindoutaboutnewsoftware-InthemagazineslikePopularElectronics.Thatscomputercompaniesusuallyadvertise.第3页共11页A.whichB.whereC.whatD.why35.Ithinkyoushouldcomplain,ofcourse,youarehappywiththewaythingsare.A.ifB.unlessC.asD.because第二节完形填空(共20小题每小题1.5分,共30分)阅读下面短文,掌握其大意,从每题所给的A、B、C、D四个选项中,选出最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。Itwasinmyhighschoolscienceclass.Iwasdoingataskinfrontoftheclassroomwithmyfavoriteshirton.A36came,Niceshirt,Ismiledfromeartoear.Thenanothervoicesaid,Thatshirtbelongedtomydad.Gregsmotherworksformyfamily.Weweregoingto37thatshirtaway,butgaveittoher38.Iwasspeechless.Iwantedtohide.I39theshirtinthebackoftheclosetandtoldmymumwhathadhappened.Shethendialedher40,Iwillnolongerworkforyourfamily,shetoldhim.Thatnight,Momtoldmydadthatshecouldntcleananymoresheknewherlifes41wassomethinggreater.Thenextmorningshe42withthepersonnelmanagerattheBoardofEeucation.Hetoldherthatwithoutapropereducationshecouldnotteach.Somomdecidedto43auniversity.Afterthefirstyearincollege,shewentbacktothepersonnelmanager.Hesaid,Youare44,arentyouIthinkIhavea45foryouasateachersassistant.Thisopportunitydealswithchildrenwhoarementallychallengedwithlittleornochanceof46.Momacceptedtheopportunityvery47.Foralmostfiveyears,asateachersassistant,shesawteacherafterteachergiveuponthechildrenandquit,feeling48.thenoneday,thepersonnelmanagerandtheprincipal49inherclassroom.Theprincipalsaid,Wehavewatchedhowyou50thechildrenandhowtheycommunicatewithyouandadmireyourhard–working51overthelastfiveyears.Weareallinagreementthatyou52betheteacherofthisclass.Mymomspentmorethan20yearsthere.53hercareer,shewasvotedTeacheroftheYear.Allofthiscameaboutbecauseofthe54commentmadeintheclassroomthatday.Momshowedmehowtohandle55situationsandnevergiveup.36.A.noiseB.voiceC.soundD.tune37.A.getB.takeC.carryD.throw38.A.otherwiseB.anyhowC.insteadD.actually39.A.settledB.pushedC.storedD.stuck40.A.teacherB.employerC.directorD.adviser41.A.purposeB.encouragementC.achievementD.victory42.A.wentB.metC.workedD.stayed43.A.visitB.continueC.attendD.prepare44.A.seriousB.fortunateC.carefulD.responsible45.A.careerB.dutyC.positionD.part46.A.learningB.judgingC.obeyingD.imagining47.A.patientlyB.eagerlyC.successfullyD.skillfully48.A.upsetB.frightenedC.guiltyD.ashamed49.A.lookedupB.wentupC.tookupD.showedup50.A.believeB.protectC.treatD.receive51.A.spiritB.intentionC.actionD.attempt52.A.mustB.wouldC.mightD.should53.A.AtB.DuringC.OnD.With54.A.worthlessB.thoughtlessC.hopelessD.helpless55.A.challengingB.differentC.dangerousD.strange第三部分阅读理解(共20小题,每题2分,满分40分)阅读下列短文,从每题所给的四个选项(A、B、C和D)中,选出最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。AEight–year–oldJesseAbrogatewasplayinginthesealateoneeveninginJuly2001whena7–footbull第4页共11页sharkattackedhimandtoreoffhisarm.Jessesunclejumpedintotheseaanddraggedtheboytoshore.Theboywasnotbreathing.Hisauntgavehimmouth–to–mouthresuscitation人工呼吸whilehisunclerangtheemergencyservices.Prettysoon,ahelicopterarrivedandflewtheboytohospital.Itwasamuchquickerjourneythanthejourneybyroad.Jessesuncle,VanceFolsenzier,ranbackintototheseaandfoundthesharkthathadattackedhisnephew.Hepickedthesharkupandthrewitontothebeach.Acoastguardshotthefishfourtimesandalthoughthisdidnotkillit,thesharksjawsrelaxedsothattheycouldopenthem,andreachdownintoitsstomach,andpullouttheboysarm.AttheBaptistHospitalinPensacola,DrIanRogersspentelevenhoursreattachingJessesarm.Itwasacomplicatedoperation,hesaid,butwewerelucky.Ifthearmhadntbeenrecoveredintime,wewouldnthavebeenabletodotheoperationatall.WhatImeanisthatiftheyhadntfoundtheshark,wellthenwewouldnthavehadachance.AccordingtolocalparkrangerJackTomosvic,sharkattacksarenotthatcommon.Jessewasjustunlucky,hesays,eveningisthesharksfeedingtime.AndJessewasinareawithoutlifeguards.Thiswouldneverhavehappenedifhehadbeeninareawhereswimmingisallowed.WhenreportersaskedJessesunclehowhehadhadthecouragetofightashark,hereplied,Iwasmadandyoudosomestrangethingswhenyouremad.56.WhatwastheboydoingwhentheaccidenthappenedA.Feedingahungryshark.B.Jumpingintotheroughsea.C.Draggingaboytotheshore.D.Swimminginadangerousarea.57.InwhichwaydidtheboysunclehelpwiththeoperationA.Byfindinghislostarm.B.Byshootingthefish.C.Byflyinghimtohospital.D.Byblowingintohismouth.58.HowwashisuncleintimeofdangerA.Careful.B.Brave.C.Optimistic.D.Patient.BTheTouchstoneWhenthegreatlibraryofAlexandriaburned,thestorygoes,onebookwassaved.Butitwasnotavaluablebookandsoapoorman,whocouldreadlittle,boughtitforverylittlemoney.Thebookwasntveryinteresting,butbetweenitspagestherewassomethingveryinterestingindeed.ItwasathinstripofvellumonwhichwaswrittenthesecretoftheTouchstoneThetouchstonewasasmallpebblethatcouldturnanycommonmetalintopuregold.Thewritingexplainedthatitwaslyingamongthousandsandthousandsofotherpebblesthatlookedexactlylikeit.ButthesecretwasthisTherealstonewouldfeelwarm,whileordinarypebblesarecold.Sothemansoldhisfewbelongings,boughtsomesimplesupplies,campedontheseashore,andbegantestingpebbles.Heknewthatifhepickedupordinarypebblesandthrewthemdownagainbecausetheywerecold,hemightpickupthesamepebblehundredsoftimes.So,whenhefeltonethatwascold,hethrewitintothesea.Hespentawholedaydoingthisbutnoneofthemwasthetouchstone.Yethewentonandonthisway.Pickupapebble.Coldthrowitintothesea.Pickupanother.Throwitintothesea.Pickupanother.Throwitintothesea.Thedayscontinuedoveralongperiodiftime.Oneday,however,aboutmidafternoon,hepickedupapebbleanditwaswarm.Hethrewitintotheseabeforeherealizedwhathehaddone.Hehadformedsuchastronghabitofthrowingeachpebbleintotheseathatwhentheonehewantedcamealonghestillthrewitaway.Soitiswithopportunity.Unlesswearecautious,itseasytofailtorecognizeanopportunitywhenitisinhandanditsjustaseasytothrowitaway.59.Themanboughtthebookbecause.A.hewantedtoreaditB.itwasveryinterestingC.therewasasecretinthebookD.hewantedtofindthetouchstone60.Wecanlearnfromthepassagethatthetouchstoneis.A.pureB.coldC.magicD.big61.WhydidthemanthrowthepebblesintotheseaA.Becausehedidntwanttogetthesamepebbles.B.Becausehedidntwantotherstopickthemup.C.Becausehedidntliketheirordinarylooks.D.Becausehedidntlikethecoldfeelings.62.Whatdoestheauthorwanttotellusinthepassage第5页共11页A.Weaboutorateopportunitiesinourlife.B.Weshouldseekforopportunitiesintheworld.C.WemayseizeopportunitieswhenwearewatchfulD.Wemaydiscoveropportunitieswhenforminghabits.CEverybabybornadecadefromnowwillhaveitsgeneticcode基因编码mappedatbirth,theheadoftheworldsleadinggenomesequencing基因图谱companyhaspredicted.AcompleteDNAread–outforeverynewbornwillbetechnicallypossibleandaffordableinlessthanfiveyears,promisingarevolutioninhealthcare,saysJayFlatley,thechiefexecutiveofIllumina.Onlysocialandlegalproblemsarelikelytodelaytheageofgenomesequences,orgeneticprofiles.By2019itwillhavebecomeroutinetomapinfantsgeneswhentheyareborn,DrFlatlytoldTheTimes.Thiswillopenanewapproachtomedicine,bywhichconditionssuchashighbloodpressureandheartdiseasecanbepredictedandpreventedanddrugsusedmoresafelyandeffectively.Ababysgenomecanbediscoveredatbirthbyabloodtest.Byexaminingapersonsgenome,itispossibletoidentifyraisedrisksofdevelopingdiseasessuchascancers.Thoseathighriskcanthenhescreenedmoreregularly,orgivendrugsordietaryadvicetolowertheirchancesofbecomingill.Personalgenomescouldalsoheusedtoensurethatpatientsgetthemedicinethatismostlikelytoworkforthemandleastlikelytohaveside–effects.Thedevelopment,however,willraiselegalconcernsaboutprivacyandaccesstoindividualsgeneticrecords.Badthingscanbedonewiththegenome.Itcouldpredictsomethingaboutsomeone–andyoucouldpossiblyhandtheinformationtotheiremployerortheirinsurancecompany.saidDrFlatley.Peoplehavetorecognizethatthishorseisoutofthebarn,andthatyourgenomeprobablycantbeprotected,becauseeverywhereyougoyouleaveyourgenomebehind.Completegeneticprivacy,however,isunlikelytobepossible,headded.Asthebenefitsbecomeclearer,however,hebelievesthatmostpeoplewillwanttheirgenomesreadandinterpreted.Theriskisnothingcomparedwiththegain.63.Inthefirsttwoparagraphs,theauthormainlywantstotellusabout.A.thesignificantprogressinmedicineB.thepromiseofaleadingcompanyC.theinformationofbabiesgenesD.theresearchofmedicalscientists64.WhichofthefollowingisaproblemcausedbythisapproachA.ThedelayingindiscoveringDNA.B.Theriskofdevelopingdiseasesatbirth.C.Theside–effectsofmedicineonpatients.D.Thelettingoutofpersonalgeneticinformation.65.WhatdoestheunderlinedsentencethishorseisoutofthebarnmeanA.Geneticmappingtechniquehasbeenwidelyused.B.Geneticmappingtechniqueistoohorribletocontrol.C.Peopleareeagertoimprovegeneticmappingtechnique.D.peoplecantstopgeneticmappingtechniqueadvancing.66.WhatsDrFlatleysattitudetowardsthetechnologyA.Tolerant.B.Conservative.C.Positive.D.Doubtful.DTheenergycrisis危机hasmadepeopleawareofhowthecarelessuseoftheearthsenergyhasbroughtthewholeworldtotheedgeofdisaster.Theover–developmentofmotortransport,withitsincreaseofmorecars,moretraveling,hascontributedtothenear–destructionofourcitiesandthepollutionnotonlyoflocalairbutalsooftheearthsatmosphere.Ourpresentsituationisunlikenaturaldisastersofthepast.Worldwideenergyusehasbroughtustoastatewherelong–rangeplanningisvital.Whatweneedisnotacontinuationofourpresentseriousstate,whichendangersthefutureofourcountry,ourchildren,andourearth,butamovementforwardinordertoworkrapidlyandeffectivelyonplanetaryproblems.Thiscountryhasbeenfallingbackunderthecontinuingexposuresoflossofmoralityandtherevelation揭露thatlawbreakinghasreachedintothehighestplaceintheland.Thereisastrongdemandformoralitytoturnfor第6页共11页thebetterandforsomedevotionthatisvastenoughandyetpersonalenoughtoenlistthedevotionofall.Inthepastithasbeenonlyinawayindefenseoftheirowncountryandtheirownbenefitsthatpeoplehavebeenabletodevotethemselveswholeheartedly.Thisisthefirsttimethatwehavebeenaskedtodefendourselvesandwhatweholddearincooperationwithalltheotherpeopleofthisplanet,whosharewithusthesameendangeredairandthesameendangeredoceans.Thereisacommonneedtoreassessourpresentcourse,tochangethatcourseandtoemploynewmethodsthroughwhichtheworldcansurvive.Thisisapricelessopportunity.Tograspit,weneedawidespreadunderstandingofnatureifthecrisisweandtheworldarefacingisnopassinginconvenience,nobyproductoftheambitionsoftheoil–producingcountries,noenvironmentalistsonlyfears,nobyproductofanypresentsystemofgovernment.Whatwefaceistheresultoftheinventionofthelastfourhundredyears.Whatweneedistransformedlifestyle.Thisnewlifestylecanflowdirectlyfromscienceandtechnology,butitsacceptancedependsonasinceredevotiontofindingahigherqualityoflifefortheworldschildrenandfuturegeneration.67.WhichofthefollowinghasnearlydestroyedourcitiesA.Thelossofbeliefsandideas.B.Moreoflaw–breaking.C.Naturaldisastersinmanyareas.D.Therapidgrowthofmotors.68.Bycomparingpastproblemswithpresentones,theauthordrawsourattentiontothe.A.seriousnessofthiscrisisB.ineffectivenessoflawsC.similarityofthepasttothepresentD.hopelessnessofthesituation69.WhichofthefollowingisusedasanexampletoshowthelossofmoralityA.Disregardforlaw.B.Lackofdevotion.C.Lackofunderstanding.D.Destructionofcities.70.Theauthorwrotethepassageinorderto.A.makearecommendationforatransformedlifestyleB.limitambitionsofthepeopleofthewholeworldC.demanddevotiontonatureandfuturegenerationD.encourageawarenessofthedeclineofmorality第二节(共5小题每小题2分,共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选项。Inthe60s,peopleaskedaboutyourastrologicalaboutstarsign.Inthe90s,theywanttoknowyourwebsite.71Yourwebsiteisanelectronicmeetingplaceforyourfamily,friendsandpotentially,millionsofpeoplearoundtheworld.Bestofall,youmaynothavetospendacent.TheWebisfilledwithallkindsoffreeservicesandallittakesissometimeandcreativity.72Likethetableofcontentsofabookormagazine,thehomepageisthefrontdoor.Yoursitecanhaveoneormorepages,dependingonhowyoudesignit.Whilewebpagesvarygreatlyintheirdesignandcontent,mostuseatraditionalmagazinelayout(版面设计).Atthetopofthepageisabanner横幅.Nextcomesagreetingandashortdescriptionofthesite.Pictures,text,andlinkstootherwebsitesfollow.73Thinkaboutwhomthesiteisforandwhatyouwanttosay.Next,gatherupthematerialthatyouwanttoputonthesite.Whiletherearenorulesyouhavetofollow,thereareafewthingstokeepinmind74Ifyouaretoomuchatthebeginning,youmaynevergetthesiteofftheground.Youcanalwaysaddtoyoursite.Lessisbetter.Mostpeopledontliketoreadalotoftextonline.75Smallerisbetter.Sinceitcantakealongtimetodownloadlargeimagefiles,keepthefilesizessmall.Havetherights.Dontputanymaterialonyoursiteunlessyouaresureyoucandoitlegally.LearntheNetsCopyrightArticleformoreaboutthis.NowitstimetorollupyoursleevesandstartbuildingA.Startsimply.B.Breakitintosmallpieces.C.Drawaroughlayoutonasheetofpaper.D.Manywebsitesareconsideredveryinteresting.E.Beforeyoustartbuildingyoursite,dosomeplanning.F.Thinkofyourhomepageasthestartingpointofyourwebsite.G.Thesedays,havingawebaddressisalmostasimportantasastreetaddress.第7页共11页第四部分写作(共两节,满分35分)第一节情景作文(20分)假如你是高三学生李华,你的笔友Tim给你发了一封电子邮件,向你了解高考后这个暑假的打算。你给他回复,告诉他你将去上海参加世博会志愿者服务工作。请参照表格中的提示,给Tim写一封邮件。注意1.邮件的开头和结尾已为你写好。2.词数不少于60。世博会简介(exposition)特点首次在发展中国家举行人物愈7千万志愿工作地点北京馆(BeijingPavilion)职责引导员介绍文化和著名建设(故宫,鸟巢等)工作之余参观场馆了解科技成就及新发明DearTimIvereceivedyouremail,askingmeaboutmyplanforthesummervacation.Nowletmetellyousomethingexciting.Ihopeyoucancomeandseeitforyourself.FondlyYours,LiHua第二节开放作文(15分)请根据下面提示,写一篇短文。词数不少于50。InyourEnglishclass,yourteachershowsyouhefollowingpicture.Youareaskedtodescribethepictureandexplainhowyouunderstandit.2013高考百天仿真冲刺卷英语试卷(六)参考答案第8页共11页第一部分听力理解(共三节,30分)第一节(共5小题每小题1.5分,满分7.5分)1~5BACAA第二节(10小题,每小题1.5分,满分15分)6~10CBBAC11~15CCABA第三节(共5小题,每小题1.5分,满分7.5分)第小题1.5分。如出现拼写错误不计分出现大小写、单复数错误扣0.5分。16.1217.Choice18.shoes19.121520.food/snacks第二部分知识运用(共两节,45分)第一节单项填空(共15小题每小题1分,满分15分)21~25CBDAA26~30BDCCB31~35BCABB第二节完形填空(共20小题每小题1.5分,满分30分)36~40BDCDB41~45ABCAC46~50ABADC51~55ADBBA第三部分阅读理解(共两节,40分)第一节(共15小题每小题2分,满分30分)56~60DABAC61~65ACADD66~70CDABC第二节(共5小题每小题2分,满分10分)71~75GFEAB第四部分书面表达(共两节,35分)第一节情景作文(20分)一、评分原则1.本题总分为20分,按5个档次给分。2.评分时,先根据文章的内容和语言质量初步确定其档次,然后以该档冽的要求衡量,确定或调整档次,最后给分。3.评分时应考虑内容要点、上下文的连贯、词汇和句式的多样性及语言的准确性。4.拼写、标点或书写影响内容表达时,应视其影响程度予以考虑。英、美拼写及词汇用法均可接受。5.词数少于60,从总分中减去1分。二、各档次的给分范围和要求第一档完全完成了试题规定的任务。●覆盖了所有内容要点●运用了多样的句式和丰富的词汇语言或用词方面有个别错误,但为尽可能表达丰富的内容所致体现了较强的语言运用能力●有效地使用了语句间的连接成分,所写内容连贯、结构紧凑。完全达到了预期的写作目的。18分~20分第二档完全完成了试题规定的任务。第9页共11页15分~17分●覆盖了所有内容要点●运用的词汇和句式能满足任务要求●语言和用词方面基本准确,少许错误主要为尽可能表达丰富的内容所致●使用了简单的语句间连接成分,所写内容连贯。达到了预期的写作目的。第三档基本完成了试题规定的任务。●覆盖了内容要点●运用的词汇和句式基本满足任务要求●语言和用词方面有一些错误,但不影响理解。基本达到了预期的写作目的。12分~14分第四档未恰当完成试题规定的任务。●漏掉或未描述清楚主要内容●所用句式和词汇有限●语法或用词方面的错误影响了对所写内容的理解。未能清楚地传达信息。6分~11分第五档未恰当完成试题规定的任务。●明显遗漏主要内容●句式单调、词汇贫乏●语法和用词方面错误较多,严重影响了对所写内容的理解。未能传达任何信息所写内容与要求无关。1分~5分0分未能传达任何信息所写内容与要求无关。三、OnepossibleversionDearTim,Ivereceivedyouremail,askingmeaboutmyplanforthesummervacation.Nowletmetellyousomethingexciting.IveappliedtobeavolunteerfortheWorldExpo2010ShanghaiandIllstartworkingassoonasIhavefinishedtheentranceexamination.Theexpositionisagrandintermationalgathering,whichisexpectedtoattract70millionvisitorsfrombothhomeandabroad.Andwhatmakesituniqueisthatitisbeingheldinadevelopingcountryforthefirsttime.CanyouimaginehowproudIfeedtobeabletodomybitforthisspecialoccasionSpeakingofthevolunteerwork,IllmainlyhelpoutinBeijingPavilion,whereIwillshowthevisitorsaroundandintroducethemagnificentbuildingstothem,suchastheForbiddenCity,theBirdsNestandsoon.ItllbeagoodchancetohelpthevisitorstogettoknowaboutthecultureofBeijing.Apartformmyworkasavolunteer,Iwillcertainlypayavisittodifferentpavilions.,IwontmissseeingthegreatinventionsandachievementsondisplayandIcanexperiencedifferentculturesaswellasexchangeideaswithpeoplearoundtheworld.Soundsfantastic,doesntitIhopeyoucancomeandseeitforyourself.FondlyYours,LiHua开放作文15分一、评分原则1.本题总分为15分,按4个档次给分。2.评分时,先根据文章的内容和语言质量初步确定其档次,然后以该档、次的要求衡量,确或调整档次,最后给分。3.评分时应考虑是否扣题、结构是否完整、内容是否充实健康、思维是否活跃、逻辑是否清晰、语言是否规范,交际是否得体。4.拼写、标点符号或书写影响内容表达时,应视其影响程度予以考虑。英、美拼写及词汇用法均可接受。5.词数少于50,从总分中减去1分。,二、各档次的给分范围和要求第一档完全完成了试题规定的任务。●体现出较强的语言运用能力完全达到了预期的写作目的。13分~15分第二档基本完成了试题规定的任务。第10页共11页9分~12分●内容、逻辑和交际等方面基本符合要求●所用语法和词汇满足了任务的要求●语法和用词方面有一些错误,但不影响理解。基本达到了预期的写作目的。第三档未恰当完成试题规定的任务。●表达未能切题●所用语法有限,语法或用词方面的错误影响了对写作内容的理解。未能清楚地传达信息。4分~8分第四档未完成试题规定的任务。●写了少量相关信息●语法和用词方面错误较多,严重影响了对所写内容的理解。1分~3分0分未能传达任何信息所写内容与要求无关。三、OnepossibleversionInthepicturethereisanoldmansittingaloneonthebenchinapark.Heislookingatayoungmotherholdingthebikeforlittledaughterwhilesheisridingit.Bythesideoftheoldmanliesasleepinglittlepetdog.Thisisapictureofgreatcontrast.Bythelookonthemansface,wecantelltheoldmanfeelsbitlonely.However,thelittlegirl,enjoyinghermotherscompany,isplayinghappily.Nowadays,allfamilieshaveonlyonechild.Soparentsdowhatevertheycantotakegoodcareoftheirchildren.Theresnothingwrongwiththat.Butmeanwhile,asfarasImconcerned,notonlytheyoungbutalsotheoldinsocietydeservegoodcareandenoughattention.Theneedsoftheoldshouldntbeignored.Inconclusion,weshouldntlosethegoodtraditionofcaringfortheold.附听力理解部分录音稿第一节听下面5段对话。每段对话的一有道小题,从每题所给的A、B、C三个选项中选出最佳选项。听完每段话后,你将有10秒钟时间来回答有关小题和阅读下一小题。每段对话你将听一遍。Text1WMike,wouldyouliketogotothemovieswithmeafterdinnerMWell,Illgowithyouifyouwantto.ButIprefertogotothebookstore.Text2WDoyouhappentoknowJohnsphonenumberMYes,butIdonthaveithere.Icanlookitupforyouinmyaddressbook.Text3WImgoingtotheoffice.Ihavetousethecomputertocompleteapaper.MWhydontyoubuyoneyourselfThinkhowmuchtimeyoucouldsave.Text4MHowdoesthissoundSunny,onebedroom,abiglivingroom,neartransportation,centrallylocatedWDoesitsayhowmuchitisText5MIvebeenworkingsixtyhoursaweek.WYoudbetternotpushyourselftoohard,oryourhealthwillbreakdown.第二节听下面4段对话。每段对话后有几道小题,从每题所给的A、B、C三个选项中选出最佳选项。听每段对话,你将有5秒种时间阅读每小题。听完后,每小题将给出5秒钟的做答时间。每段对话你将听两遍。Text6WIwasborninSingaporein1983.MDidyougrowupthereWNo,myparentsmovedin1989andIwasbroughtupinHongKong.Ilivedthereuntil1998andthenIcametoItaly.Text7WGuesswhereGrandmaandGrandpaaregoingonvacationMIgiveup.WhereWCampinginAlberta.第11页共11页MCampingYoumustbejoking.WNo,really.Theywantedachangefromthosefivestarhotels.MWell,theyllgetit.Text8MImthinkingofgoingtoNewZealandnextyear.CouldyoutellmewhenisagoodtimetogoWIwouldntgointhewinter.ItcanbeverycoldandwetfromJunetoAugust.ButifyougofromaroundNovembertoMarch,youshouldhaveweather.MIsee.AndwhatplaceswouldyousuggestIvisitWIthinkyoudlikeAuckland.Thatsthebiggestcity.AndthecapitalWellingtonsnicetoo.Christchurchisalsoworthyofavisit.ItsinternationallyknownastheGardenCity.Thenyoudtrytoseeasmuchofthecountrysideaspossible.MIsthereplentytoseethereWYes.Itssmallcountry,buttherearemountains,beaches,lakesandeverything.YoucanevengoskiingontheSouthIslandifyouwantto.MThatsoundsnice.Illthinkaboutit.Thanksforyouradvice.Text9WItwasexactlytwoyearsagotodaythatwemovedtothistown.Youstartedworkingonyourdegree,andIstartedworkingdownatthelab.MItseemslikeonlyyesterday.IsupposethatIamsobusyIdontevennoticehowtimepasses.WIdexpecttheopposite.Imean,thewayyouvebeenstudying,workingonexperimentsandwritingdozensofpapers.Itmightseemmorelikefouryearsthantwo.MHaventyouevernoticedhowtimeseemstocrawlwhenyouhavenothingtodobuthowtimeflieswhenyouarebusywithwhatyoureallyliketodoWThatstrue.Thosedayswhentherewasnotmuchtodoatthelabdidnteverseemtoend.MJustwaitalittlelonger.AssoonasIfinishmydegree,wellopenourownchemistrylab.第三节听下面一段独白,完成第16题至20小题,每小题仅填写一个单词。听独白前,你将有20秒钟阅读试题,听完后你将有60秒钟的作答时间。这段独白你将连续听两遍。Goodmorning,boysgirls.Welcometooursportscamp.Beforeyouaredividedintogroups,Idliketogiveyousomeinformationabouttheplansforthisweek.Duringyourtimehere,youllplayatleast12differentsports.Inthemornings,thereareplentyofprograms,butyouwillhaveafreechoiceatafternoon.Now,clothes.YoucanwearyourtracksuitsformostsportsalthoughyoushouldremembertobringshortsandTshirtseachdayaswell,incaseofbeingtaught.Wedobothoutdoorsportsandindooractivities.Sopleasemakesurethatyouhavetwopairsofsportsshoeswithyoutoo.Lunchesareservedinthedinningroombetweenaquarterpasttwelveandaquartertotwo.Wealsohaveashoppingcenterwhereyoucanbuydrinks,chocolatesandbiscuits.Butawordofwarning,donteattoomuchatthetime,oryouwontbeabletorunasfast.版权所有高考资源网www.ks5u.com
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