江苏省扬州中学2018-2019学年第一学期阶段检测
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  高一英语试题 2018.12

  本试卷分第Ⅰ卷(选择题)和第Ⅱ卷(非选择题)两部分。满分150分,考 试时间120分钟。

  第一部分听力(共两节,满分30分)

  做题时,先将答案标在试卷上。录音内容结束后,你将有两分钟的时间将试卷上的答案转涂到答题卡上。

  第一节(共5小题;每小题1.5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 color are the gloves?

  A. Blue. B. Green. C. Yellow.

  2. Where is the bookstore?

  A. Near a hotel. B. On the left of a hospital. C. On the right side of Main Street.

  3. When will the next underground arrive?

  A. At 1:55. B. At 2:00. C. At 2:05.

  4. Why can’t the lecture be held tomorrow?

  A. The CEO won’t be available then.

  B. The lecture hall isn’t big enough.

  C. The equipment in the lecture hall doesn’t work.

  5. What are the speakers talking about?

  A. WeChat. B. Online shopping. C. The man’s grandma.

  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,各小题将给出5秒钟的作答时间。每段对话或独白读两遍。

  听第6段材料,回答第6、7题。

  6. Why does the man call the woman?

  A. To book a room. B. To confirm a room. C. To change a room.

  7. Which room will the man have?

  A. Room 13. B. Room 19. C. Room 26.

  听第7段材料,回答第8、9题。

  8. Who is the man waiting for?

  A. A doctor. B. Some patients. C. A repairman.

  9. When does the conversation probably take place?

  A. In the morning. B. In the afternoon. C. In the evening.

  听第8段材料,回答第10至12题。

  10. What are the speakers discussing?

  A. What to do for a project. B. When to draw a picture.

  C. How to be a good artist.

  11. How does the man feel about the woman’s first suggestion?

  A. Surprised. B. Hesitant. C. Uninterested.

  12. What would the man do according to the woman’s second suggestion?

  A. Do much preparation beforehand. B. Work with talented students.

  C. Draw in front of the class.

  听第9段材料,回答第13至16题。

  13. Where does Susan live now?

  A. In Italy. B. In England. C. In America.

  14. How long did Susan work for Ferragamo?

  A. Six months. B. Five years. C. Six years.

  15. What does Susan mainly design for companies?

  A. Shoes. B. Handbags. C. Jackets.

  16. How has Susan’s industry changed since 1982?

  A. Italian design has become more popular.

  B. The product quality has become poorer.

  C. It has become much more competitive.

  听第10段材料,回答第17至20题。

  17. What is the weather like on the journey?

  A. Cold. B. Sunny. C. Cloudy.

  18. Where is the bank?

  A. On Floor A. B. On Floor B. C. On Floor C.

  19. Where can passengers find a toilet on Floor A?

  A. Beside the bar. B. Beside the restaurant. C. Beside the shop.

  20. Who can use the relaxing room on Floor C?

  A. All passengers on board. B. Passengers travelling with cars.

  C. Passengers travelling without cars.

  第二部分阅读理解(共两小节,满分40分)

  第一节:(共15小题;每小题2分,满分30分)

  请认真阅读下列短文,从短文后各题所给的A、B、C、D四个选项中,选出最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。

  A

  For many parents, the most confusing part about choosing pre-schools is trying to make sense of terms such as “Montessori Method”, “Waldorf Approach”. What do these terms mean and how can these terms help you choose a preschool?

  Oftentimes, the key difference between settings is connected to the preschool’s “educational philosophy”. While educational philosophies are numerous and their definitions are not set in stone, we have provided you with definitions for some of the most popular philosophies.

  The Montessori Method

  Focuses on maintaining the individuality of each child in the learning process. This method believes each child learns at their own pace and educational progress should not be rendered based on comparing students to one another.

  The Reggio Emilia Approach

  This approach focuses on providing opportunities for problem solving through creative thinking and exploration.

  The Waldorf Approach

  This approach places an emphasis on imagination in learning, providing students with opportunities to explore their world through the senses, participation and analytical thought.

  The Bank Street Approach

  This approach places an emphasis on learning through multiple perspectives, both in the classroom setting and in the natural world.

  The High/ Scope Approach

  This approach focuses on letting children be in charge of their own learning. Children are taught to make a plan for what they would like to do each day and participate in a review session to discuss the success of their plan and brainstorm ideas for the next day.

  Outside of the formal educational philosophy, knowing the difference between other common early childhood terms will help you make informed decisions regarding your child’s education.

  21. If a pre-school stresses each child’s learning progress, it may employ ___________.

  A. The Reggio Emilia Approach B. The Montessori Method

  C. The Bank Street Approach D. The Waldorf Approach

  22. According to the passage, which of the following is True ?

  A. The Scope Approach is to let children learn all by themselves.

  B. The definitions of educational philosophy remain the same.

  C. To some extent, educational philosophies determine the differences between preschools.

  D. The most confusing part about choosing pre-school is to choose educational philosophy.

  B

  High-sugar diets raise risks for heart disease, obesity and diabetes, but we do love our sweets, so health experts have tried to suggest alternatives, and honey has been foremost among them.

  Honey is actually sweeter than sugar is , which means, in theory at least, that you could enhance flavor equally with a smaller quantity of honey. But honey actually has a higher calorie count. It may have more minerals, which looks better on a label but, in reality, these are such trace amounts that they don’t offer any real advantages.

  Honey’s reputation as a medicine is not wholly unfounded. Some honey does indeed have antibacterial properties. One byproduct of enzymes in honey is hydrogen peroxide, a powerful germ killer. Plus, honey’s texture and consistency are good for keeping wounds clean, and bad for bugs that might want to infect them. Honey is moist and its gooey consistency mean it can easily spread over and stay over wounds while keeping the tissue from becoming dry and fragile. The sticky substance means bacteria can not accumulate and multiply easily. It is particularly well-known for fighting bacteria like staph, salmonella, E. Coliand certain bacteria that can infect the gut and cause ulcers.

  However, scientists can only say this for sure about Makuna and Malaysian Tualang honey. We don’t know yet whether local home grown honey has the same potency-or safety. A hot cup of tea with some honey stirred in certainly sounds like it would make you feel better. But it’s difficult to say for sure that it will.

  When you have a cold, contact with warm water (from tea) may help to bust up phlegm(痰)that blocks your airways. But some suspect the real secret to the qualities of a cuppa is in the honey. There are studies that suggest that honey does work as well or better than cough suppressant(抑制性的)drugs like Robitussin.

  Most of these, however, were considered by the academic world to be widely misinterpreted by the media. One of the findings that seemed to have given the honey trend some additional legs came from a study that said there was “no difference”, statistically speaking, between honey and one particular cough suppressant.

  23. What can we learn from the passage?

  A. Honey has more minerals than sugar.

  B. Honey can be used to treat wounds.

  C. The sweetness in honey can fight bacteria.

  D. All kinds of honey can act as medicines.

  24. What is the author's attitude when it comes to the functions of honey?

  A. Objective B. Critical C. Supportive D. Skeptical

  25. What might be talked about next?

  A. Honey will be widely used in other fields.

  B. Honey will not be recommended in medical treatment any more.

  C. Other studies showed honey worked better than some cough medicines.

  D. Other studies showed neither honey nor some cough medicines functioned well.

  C

  Early in the Iliad, Homer's epic poem(史诗)about the legendary, Trojan War, there occurs a famous anecdote known as the catalogue of ships, which names all the Greek leaders and contingents(小分队) who came to fight at Troy. Before unfolding this impressive muster roll (花名册),Homer makes a special, public appeal to the Muses to ensure he gets the facts right:

  Tell me now, Muses, who have your homes on Olympus--

  for you are goddesses, and ever-present, and know all things,

  and we hear only rumour: nor do we know anything

  These lines reflect a central claim of epic poetry—that through the inspiration of the Muses, daughters of Memory, it can preserve the knowledge of people and the events of the past —a formidable power in the non-literate, oral cultures in which the Iliad evolved. The Iliad was composed around 750-700 BC, but its origins lie at least some five centuries earlier, deep in the Mycenaean Bronze Age---the world the Iliad poetically evokes.

  The Iliad is keenly aware of its role as the keeper of memory, and credibility is central to its storytelling. The epic is a work of fiction, and relates the events of a few weeks in the tenth and final year of the Trojan War fought between Greeks and Trojans over beautiful Helen, the Greek queen who deserted her husband to elope with a Trojan prince. Its cast of characters includes not only warriors and their captives and families, but the immortal Olympian gods, who perform many supernatural acts in the course of their eager participation in the action around Troy.

  The Iliad has the reputation for being an exclusively(专门地) maleepic, weak on female characters, but to choose only one example—Homer's delicate characterization of Helen as a woman driven by reluctant remorseful(悔恨的) passion is as hauntingly(萦绕心头地)credible as any Anna Karenina.

  Longinus, a scholar in the 1st Century AD wrote that in recording as he does the wounding of the gods, their quarrels, vengeance, tears, imprisonment and all their passions Homer has done his best to make the men in the Iliad gods and gods men. The scene between Achilles and Priam displays this inversion and crystallises what the Iliad poets had learned in the course of the epic’s Journey. That the gods we worship might not answer, and on occasion humanity must rise to fill their place. That glory is closely associated with painful loss. That the victor shares the humanity of the most vulnerable of the vanquished(战败者); that there is no such thing as pure victory in war.

  26. The Iliad about the legendary Trojan War, might date back to _______.

  A. the third century BC B. the seventh century BC

  C. the eighth century BC D. the thirteenth century BC

  27. According to the passage, ______________________________.

  A. being reliable is essential to the storytelling of the Iliad

  B. Trojan War between Greeks and Trojans lasted over a decade

  C. Trojan War ended owning to the Olympian gods’ absence

  D. beautiful Helen is a woman worth respecting in the Iliad

  28. Why does the Iliad have the reputation for being an exclusively male epic?

  A. Because it focuses only on men and war.

  B. Because too few females were well depicted.

  C. Because its cast of characters includes only males.

  D. Because Helen was described as a passionate woman.

  29. Which of the following statements doesn’t agree with the author’s idea?

  A. Pure victory in war does not exist at all.

  B. Glory is naturally accompanied with saddening loss.

  C. The victor gains everything without any emotional loss.

  D. Both the victor and the vanquished share the same humanity.

  D

  Dad and I loved baseball and hated sleep. One midsummer dawn when I was nine, we drove to the local park with our baseballs, gloves, and Yankees caps.

  “If you thought night baseball was a thrill, just wait,” Dad told me. “Morning air carries the ball like you’ve never seen.”

  He was right. Our fastballs charged faster and landed more lightly. The echoes of our catches popped as the sun rose over the dew-sprinkled fields.

  The park was all ours for about two hours. Then a young mother pushed her stroller toward us. When she neared, Dad politely leaned over the stroller, waved, and gave the baby his best smile.

  The mother stared at him for a second, and then rushed away.

  Dad covered his mouth with his hand and walked to the car. “Let’s go, bud,” he said. “I’m not feeling well.”

  A month earlier, Bell’s palsy (贝尔氏神经麻痹) had struck Dad, paralyzing the right side of his face. It left him slurring words and with a droopy eyelid. He could hardly drink from a cup without spilling onto his shirt. And his smile, which once eased the pain of playground cuts and burst forth at the mention of Mick Jagger, Woody Allen, or his very own Yankees, was gone.

  As I slumped in the car, I began suspecting that our sunrise park visit wasn’t about watching daylight lift around us. This was his effort to avoid stares.

  It was a solemn drive home.

  After that day, Dad spent more time indoors. He left the shopping, driving, and Little League games to Mom. A freelance editor, he turned our dining room into his office and buried himself in manuscripts. He no longer wanted to play catch.

  At physical therapy, Dad obeyed the doctor: “Now smile as wide as you can. Now lift your right cheek with your hand. Now try to whistle.”

  Only the sound of blowing air came out. My earliest memories were of Dad whistling to Frank Sinatra or Bobby McFerrin. He always whistled. He had taught me to whistle too.

  Of the roughly 40,000 Americans suffering Bell’s palsy every year, most recover in several weeks. Other cases take a few months to heal. But after nine weeks of therapy, the doctor confessed she couldn’t help Dad.

  “I’ve never seen anything like this,” she told him after his final session. Then she handed him the bill.

  Dad coped through humor. He occasionally grabbed erasable markers and drew an even-sided wide smile across his face. Other times, he practiced his Elvis impersonation, joking that his curled lips allowed him to perfect his performance of “Hound Dog”.

  By the time I entered fourth grade that September, Dad could blink his right eye and speak clearly again. But his smile still hadn’t returned. So I made a secret vow: I would abstain from smiles of any kind.

  Nothing about fourth grade made this easy. Classmates were both old enough to laugh about pop culture and young enough to appreciate fart jokes. Kids called me Frowny the Dwarf. (I was three foot ten.) Teachers accompanied me into hallways, asking what was wrong. Breaking the promise I had made myself was tempting, but I couldn’t let Dad not smile alone.

  When I asked my PE coach, “What’s so great about smiling?” he made me do push-ups while the rest of the class played Wiffle ball. Then he called Dad.

  I never learned what they discussed. But when I got off the school bus that afternoon, I saw Dad waiting for me, holding our gloves and ball. For the first time in months, we got in the family car and went to the park for a catch.

  “It’s been too long,” he said.

  Roughly a half-dozen fathers and sons lined the field with gloved arms in the air. Dad couldn’t smile, but he beamed, and so did I. Sundown came quickly. The field’s white lights glowed, and everyone else left. But Dad and I threw everything from curve balls to folly floaters into the night. We had catching up to do.

  30. Why did Father choose to play baseballs one summer dawn?

  A. They could perform better in the morning.

  B. He tried to escape others’ attention to his face.

  C. Morning air was more suitable for playing baseball.

  D. The park was empty and they could enjoy themselves.

  31. The underlined phrase “abstain from” in Paragraph 16 is closest in meaning to ______.

  A. seek for B. recover from C. give up D. break into

  32. What can we infer from the underlined sentence in Paragraph 17?

  A. The boy lost his ability to smile.

  B. The boy must have suffered many wrongs.

  C. The boy couldn’t appreciate pop culture.

  D. The boy tried his best to make Father smile.

  33. Why did the father accompany his son to the park for a catch that night?

  A. He had made a complete recovery.

  B. He thought night baseball was a thrill.

  C. He intended his son to return to normal.

  D. He was instructed by the PE coach to do so.

  34. Which of the following can best describe the author’s father?

  A. Selfless and lucky. B. Generous and determined.

  C. Sensitive and stubborn. D. Responsible and humorous.

  35. What is the best title for the passage?

  A. Losing my father’s smile B. Making a hidden secret

  C. Playing baseball in the morning D. Recovering from a face illness

  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选项。

  How to Build Healthy Interpersonal Relationship

  Human beings are social creatures and thrive(茁壮成长) in relationships with others. A healthy part to be a well-rounded, happy individual is engaging in healthy relationships with others. These friendships can provide safe environments in which individuals can thrive and help promote general well-being._ __36___.

  1.Know your worth. One of the first steps in building healthy interpersonal relationships is understanding one's value. When an individual is aware of and treasures what he or she has, the building of relationships can be founded on that knowledge. ___37___Everyone has talents. When this worth is discovered, a person can then make use of these skills in approaching interpersonal relationships. If someone is a good listener, showing how to develop this skill can attract relationships with individuals who have a need for this talent.

  2.Recognize the value of others. ___38___In a healthy interpersonal relationships, both parties should be respected and feel as if they are valued in the friendship. When contributions to the relationship become one-sided, the relationship will move from healthy to unhealthy.

  3.___39___Another way to build healthy relationships is to make friends with someone who shares the same value systems and lifestyles. Knowing that a friend will not request something from an individual will help to foster trust in the relationship.___40___The relationship can grow on this familiarity. Trust can also develop from these similarities and go a long way in fostering a healthy friendship.

  A. Everyone has worth.

  B. Be true to yourself.

  C. Seek out individuals with similar value systems.

  D. A healthy interpersonal relationship cannot be built on dishonesty.

  E. Also, having the same lifestyle can provide a link of familiarity.

  F. Here are some tips to build healthy interpersonal relationships.

  G. Along with understanding one's worth is recognizing and understanding the worth of others.

  第三部分语言知识运用(共两节,满分35分)

  第一节(共20题;每题1分)请认真阅读下面短文,从各题所给的A、B、C、D四个选项中,选出最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。

  Chris Marlow, a minister and father of two, would say that his life prior to 2009 was good but ordinary. Then a mission trip to Zimbabwe turned his entire world 41 upside down, and he returned to his home in North Carolina a(n) 42 man.

  It was on this trip that Marlow was faced with the 43 of extreme poverty that showed itself determinedly in the faces of 44 children begging for food. One orphaned boy, in particular, who slept on the concrete floor of an 45 gas station with dozens of other orphaned children, 46 the direction of Marlow’s life’s work forever.

  The young boy begged Marlow to allow him to work for him 47 food, as he had not eaten for days and was starving. It was an 48 that Marlow could not forget as he spent the following days of the trip driving through dusty roads and desperation, 49 to find a way to feed the hungry orphans.

  Marlow went on to found Help One Now, a non-profit organization that 50 ordinary people to help provide food, shelter, and education to poor children in Africa, Haiti, and around the world through 51 acts of generosity. In 2016 he published his first book, Doing Good is Simple, the story of his transformative experience with the reality of severe poverty, as a 52 for others looking to make a positive 53 in the world from right where they are.

  The book does more than 54 people to do good—it puts the suggestion into action with every 55 . “Early on, we decided that we would use the profits of Doing Good Is Simple to 56 meals for children in our communities around the world,” Marlow explains. “Every book that is 57 will provide five meals to children in one of our communities. In the first 30 days after the book’s 58 , we hit over 30,000 meals.”

  Help One Now is 59 working to aid Haiti in the disaster relief of Hurricane Matthew. “We encourage those interested in working with the 60 to think of ways to help that fit their individual personalities and lifestyles,” he says. “And we also love to see you advocate for us.”

  41. A. economy B. map C. view D. tour

  42. A. astonished B. changed C. inspired D. confused

  43. A. atmosphere B. shape C. addition D. reality

  44. A. starving B. crying C. struggling D. running

  45. A. abolished B. acquired C. attached D. abandoned

  46. A. shifted B. blocked C. took D. pulled

  47. A. in return for B. in favor of C. in exchange for D. in search of

  48. A. interruption B. interval C. interview D. interaction

  49. A. convinced B. determined C. prepared D. satisfied

  50. A. reminds B. equips C. requires D. permits

  51. A. brief B. graceful C. simple D. courageous

  52. A. measure B. rule C. tool D. guide

  53. A. decision B. request C. difference D. comment

  54. A. encourage B. entitle C. allow D. appoint

  55. A. attempt B. purchase C. publication D. adoption

  56. A. submit B. contribute C. pass D. provide

  57. A. written B. sold C. read D. bought

  58. A. release B. recovery C. reservation D. registration

  59. A. eventually B. annually C. currently D. permanently

  60. A. organization B. community C. corporation D. government

  第二节(共10小题;每小题1.5分,满分15分)

  阅读下面短文,在空白处填入1个适当的单词或括号内单词的正确形式。(共10小题;每题1.5分,满分15分)

  One day a professor entered the classroom and told the students about a surprise test. After hearing that, all students were seated and waited for the test to begin. The professor gave the test papers to all students with the text __61__ (face) down at the desk. Once he handed out the test papers to all students, he asked them to turn the test pages and begin.

  Students were confused to see there was not a question __62__ just a black dot in the center of the page. The professor noticed that the students felt __ 63 __ (puzzle) and told them, “I want you to write about what you see there.”

  The students were even __64__ (confused) but started the test by then. At the end of the class, the professor took all answer sheets and started reading each answer in front of all students. All of them described about the black dot, ¬¬__65__ position they tried to explain. After the professor finished reading, the whole class was silent.

  The professor explained, “Don’t worry. I am not going to give you grades but I just want you to ask __ 66__ (you) something. Here everyone focused on the black dot but no one wrote about the white paper, and the same is with our lives. The white paper represents our whole life and the black spot represents problems in our life. __67__ our life is a gift given to us by God, with love and care, we have every reason to celebrate. Still we just focus on problems like health issues, problems in relationships etc., but we never see these problems are very small compared with __68__ we have in our lives.”

  So there is the moral lesson: we should try to take eyes __69¬¬__ our problems and enjoy each moment that life __70__ (give) us. Be happy and live the life positively.

  第四部分写作(共两节,满分45分)

  第一节:短文改错(共10小题;每题1分,满分10分)

  假如英语课上老师要求同学们交换修改作文,请你修改你同桌写的一篇作文。文中共有10处语言错误,要求你在错误的地方增加、删除或修改某个单词。

  增加:在缺词处加一个漏字符号(∧),并在此符号下面写出该加的词。

  删除:把多余的词用斜线(\)划掉。

  修改:在错的词下划一横线。并在该词下面写出修改后的词。

  注意:1. 每处错误及其修改均限一词;

  2. 只允许修改10处,多者(从第11处起)不计分。

  I was in the supermarket queue yesterday when the member of staff came to me and directed me to a checkout where had just opened. When I arrived, the cashier was allowing a little girl to scan through the shopping. My first thoughts were that I’d have got served much quick if I’d just stayed where I was. Eventual it was of my turn. The cashier was sweet and apologized for the delay. We chatted as she packed up my items. Then she explained me that the little girl, a customer from a few days ago, had lost her purse. She, like a cashier, paid for his shopping. And the girl just came to return the money but volunteered to help.

  第二节单词拼写(共10小题;每小题1分,满分10分)

  (1-5题课本词汇,6-10新概念词汇)

  81. My watch had m___________ disappeared, which was really puzzling.

  82. It is impossible to make a________ about people’s responses, because everyone is unique.

  83. Pakistan came into e___________ as an independent country in 1947.

  84. Since the task has been finished in advance, we will be staying there a bit longer than s__________.

  85. As we know, your clothes are a r________ of your personality.

  86. He continued to g_______ at the picture: the longer he looked, the firmer he stuck to his original opinion.

  87. Mutilated Ladies is a special department dealing with c_________ from people who lose their money accidentally.

  88. Scientists have already i__________ a link between diet and cancer.

  89. Her voice was shaking d_______ all her efforts to control it.

  90. With the availability of the Internet, it is difficult to protect our p_________ from being violated.

  第三节 书面表达(满分25分)

  某英文报社拟开设“中国古诗谈”栏目。现在,请根据以下要点写一篇短文投稿。

  1.中国古诗影响深远;

  2.你所喜爱的诗人;

  3.学习中国古诗的意义及方法。

  注意:1. 词数120左右(短文题目及首句已给出,不计入总词数);

  2. 可适当增加细节,使行文连贯;

  The Ancient Chinese Poetry

  The ancient Chinese poetry is part of our traditional Chinese culture.

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  英语试题参考答案

  听力(20*1.5=30)1-5 BABAC 6-10 ABCAA11-15 BAACB 16-20 CBCAC

  阅读理解(20*2=40)A (21-22) B C B (23-25): BABC (26-29): DABC

  D (30-35)BCBCDA36-40 FAGCE

  完形填空(20*1=20)

  41-45. CBDAD 46.-50 ACDBB 51-55. CDCAB 56-60. DBACA

  短文填空(10*1.5=15)

  61. facing 62. but 63. puzzled 64. more confused 65. whose

  66. yourself/ yourselves 67. Since/Because/As 68. what/whatever 69. off 70. gives

  改错(10*1=10)

  1. ... the member of staff ... the → a

  2. ... where had just ... where → which / that

  3. ... served much quick ... quick → quicker

  4. Eventual it was ... Eventual → Eventually

  5. ... of my turn. 去掉of

  6. ... she explained me ... me前加to或去掉me

  7. ... a few days ago ... ago → before

  8. ... like a cashier ... like → as

  9. ... paid for his ... his → her

  10. ... but volunteered to ... but → and

  单词拼写:(10*1=10)

  81. mysteriously 82. assumptions 83. existence 84. scheduled 85. reflection

  86. gaze 87. claims 88. identified89. despite 90. privacy

  书面表达(25)

  The Ancient Chinese Poetry

  The ancient Chinese poetry is part of our traditional Chinese culture. As an important literary form, it enjoys great popularity at home and abroad. Nowadays, many famous poets in ancient China and their great works are still influencing us, among whom Li Bai, Du Fu, and Bai Jueyi are my favorite ones.

  Appreciating ancient Chinese poems is extremely meaningful. It can not only improve our language ability, but also contribute to our better understanding of Chinese culture and passing them on from generation to generation.

  To learn the ancient Chinese poems well, we’d better grasp their meanings first and read them aloud repeatedly. Besides, trying to create some poems of ancient Chinese style is also an effective way to cherish this literary treasure.

  录音稿

  第一节

  (Text 1)

  W: How lovely the gloves are. I like the green color. They can perfectly match my yellow and blue clothes.

  M: Really? You can have them if you like them so much.

  (Text 2)

  M: Excuse me, how can I get to the nearest bookstore?

  W: Walk along the street until you find a hospital. Then turn right to Main Street. The bookstore will be on your left hand, about 100 meters away from a hotel.

  (Text 3)

  W: It shows that the next underground will arrive in five minutes. What’s the time now?

  M: It’s five to two.

  (Text 4)

  W: Would it be possible to schedule the lecture for tomorrow morning? I need to reserve a big lecture hall in advance today.

  M: That won’t work. The CEO can’t spare time for tomorrow.

  (Text 5)

  W: Who are you talking with?

  M: My grandma. She knows how to use WeChat.

  W: Really? Wow, she is so cool!

  M: Yeah. And she does online shopping too.

  (Text 6)

  W: Hello, Maple Hotel. What can I do for you?

  M: Hello, this is George Damon. Our company will be having a sales meeting in January. And we need to book a room for about 200 people. Does your hotel have something that can accommodate that number?

  W: Yes, sir. We have a couple of rooms for groups of that size.

  M: Good. We’ll need chairs, a stage and a projection screen.

  W: Then I would suggest Room 13.

  M: Well, I don’t like the room number.

  W: Oh, sorry sir. Room 19 and Room 26 are also available.

  M: I prefer something ending with 9.

  W: I see. I’ll reserve that for you right now.

  (Text 7)

  M: Do you know when the repairman will be here to fix the air conditioner? He was supposed to be here an hour ago.

  W: I just called to speak to someone at his office. They apologized and said that repairman was having difficulty finding our clinic. They showed him the way and he should be here a little later.

  M: I hope he gets here soon because it’s supposed to be really hot today. If we don’t get the air conditioner repaired by noon, we’d better cancel all of our patient appointments today and reschedule them.

  (Text 8)

  W: What are you going to do for the project?

  M: I don’t know. I was hoping you could help me think of something.

  W: Well, you’re such a good artist, you could talk about watercolor while you’re doing one in front of the class.

  M: Maybe, but what if I make a mistake in front of everyone?

  W: Come on, you’re really talented. Besides, you wouldn’t have to do much preparation beforehand.

  M: True.

  W: Or, how about this? You could bring in a photo, a pencil drawing, and a watercolor of the same subject. Something simple so it wouldn’t take so much time to do, like a flower. Then you could show the advantages and disadvantages of working with different materials.

  M: I could do that ahead of time.

  W: You could, but remember, it would take a lot more time.

  M: Sure, thanks.

  (Text 9)

  M: Hello, and welcome to our program, “Working Abroad”. Our guest this evening is a Londoner, who lives and works in Italy. Her name’s Susan Hill. Susan, welcome to the program. You live in Florence. How long have you been living there?

  W: Since 1982. But when I went there in 1982, I planned to stay for only 6 months.

  M: Why did you change your mind?

  W: Well, soon after I arrived in Florence, I got a job with one of Italy’s top companies, Ferragamo. So, I decided to stay.

  M: How lucky! Do you still work for Ferragamo?

  W: No. I left there in 1988. I’ve been a free designer since then. I’ve designed for some Italian companies as well as two American companies. And in the last five years, I’ve also been designing for the British company, Burberry.

  M: What have you been designing for them?

  W: Mostly handbags and sometimes shoes and leather jackets.

  M: How’s your industry changed since 1982?

  W: It’s become a lot more competitive because the quality of products from other countries has improved a lot. But Italian quality and design is still world-famous.

  M: Well, thank you for talking to us, Susan.

  (Text 10)

  M: Hello, ladies and gentlemen, welcome aboard your Sea-link ferry from Folkestone to Boulogne and wish you a pleasant trip with us. Now it’s 9 a.m. and we are due to leave Folkestone in five minutes and a journey to Boulogne will take about two hours. Sun and a temperature of 30 degrees are reported on the French coast, so we should have a calm crossing. For your convenience on the journey, we’d like to point out what we provide for you on board. There’s a bar serving sandwiches and hot and cold drinks in the front of Floor A. There is also a restaurant serving hot meals on Floor B. If you need to change money or cash travelers’ checks, we have a bank on board. You can find the bank on Floor C between the ship’s office and the duty free shop. Toilets are on Floor B at the back of the ship and on Floor A next to the bar. For the children, there’s a games room on Floor C. Here children can find a variety of electronic games. Passengers are reminded that the relaxing room on Floor B is only for passengers traveling with cars and that there is another relaxing room on Floor C in the front of the ship for passengers traveling without cars. Finally, ladies and gentlemen, we’d like to wish you a pleasant journey and hope that you’ll travel with us again in the near future.

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