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2015 年南外、金中、海中三校联考 英 语 试 卷
2015.5
本试卷分第一卷(选择题)和第二卷(非选择题)两部分。共 120 分。考试用时 为 120 分钟。 注意事项: 答题前,考生务必将自己的学校、姓名、考试号写在答题卡上。考试结束后,将 答题卡交回。

第一卷(共 85 分)
第一部分 听力 (共两节,满分 20 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 分,满分 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 will the woman be doing this afternoon? A. Stay at home. B. Go to visit her friends. C. Go to the Olympic Games. 2. What happened to the boy today at school? A. He fought with someone. B. He didn‘t join in the fight. C. He made a big fire. 3. Where does the conversation probably take place? A. Inside a cinema. B. In a ticket office. C. Outside a cinema. 4. What is true about the woman? A. She likes math now. B. She is very good at English. C. She thinks the man is funny. 5. What happened to the woman? A. She wanted to take the 6:00 flight. B. She misunderstood the man. C. She changed the reservation to 7:00.
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第二节 (共 15 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 15 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. How many times has the man made dumplings? A. Twice. B. Once. C. Never. 7. What does it need to make good dumplings according to the woman? A. Practice. B. A secret recipe. C. Talent. 听第 7 段材料,回答第 8、9 题。 8. Why didn‘t the woman see all of the collections at the museum? 1 / 12

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A. The museum is too large. B. Only the jade exhibit was open. C. She spent too much time at one exhibit. What did the woman like the most? A. The primitive tools of Peking Man. B. The jade collection from the earliest time period. C. The artistic works from the Qing Dynasty.

听第 8 段材料,回答第 10 至 12 题。 10. What did the man do last night? A. He watched a sports program on TV. B. He invited the woman to see a show. C. He went to the stadium to watch an NBA game. 11. How did the woman describe basketball? A. A very fast game. B. A dull game. 12. Why did the man ask the woman the last question? A. He wanted to take her to a movie. B. He wanted to take her to an NBA game. C. He wanted to change the topic of their discussion. 听第 9 段材料,回答第 13 至 16 题。 13. Why did the man stop the woman? A. To ask her for directions. B. To give her a ticket for speeding. C. To warn her about the kids in the street. 14. What was the speed limit where the woman was driving? A. 40 mph. B. 35 mph. 15. What will happen if the woman goes to traffic school? A. She won‘t have to pay a fine. B. She won‘t have to go to court. C. Her insurance won‘t become more expensive. 16. What do we know about school zones? A. They are more dangerous than other areas. B. People are more likely to get tickets there. C. There are sometimes children there even on weekends. 听第 10 段材料,回答第 17 至 20 题。 17. What is the main focus of the study? A. How to eat chocolate without gaining weight. B. The health benefits of eating chocolate. C. The effects of eating chocolate on happiness. 18. Who reported the best results? A. People who ate no chocolate at all. B. People who ate a lot of chocolate every day. C. People who ate a moderate amount of chocolate every day. 19. What did the researchers say about the study? A. There is still a lot of work to be done. B. Milk chocolate was used in the experiment. 2 / 12

C. Too complicated.

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C. Eating too much chocolate had no positive impact on health. 20. Who might appreciate this news report most? A. People who want to change their diet. B. People who exercise regularly. C. People who already eat chocolate fairly often.

第二部分

英语知识运用 (共两节,满分 35 分)

第一节 单项填空 (共15小题;每小题1分,满分15分) 请认真阅读下面各题, 从题中所给的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。 21. According to ________ recent Audubon Society report, by 2080, ________ shifting temperatures could greatly reduce ________ habitats of ten U.S. state birds. A. the; /; the B. a; the; / C. the; the; / D. a; /; the 22. The pupa(蛹) is at an ________ stage of development; it is a period between the egg and the adult butterfly. A. intermediate B. internal C. initial D. independent 23. ―I have no right to give my opinion,‖ said Wickham, ―as to his being agreeable or ________. I am not qualified to form one. I have known him too long and too well to be a fair judge.‖ A. else B. rather C. something D. otherwise 24. Rob‘s ________ me with kindness—he phones me all the time to see if I'm alright when really I just need to be left alone. A. treating B. killing C. tending D. disturbing 25. All these conditions tend to increase the possibility of a child committing a crime, ________ a direct causal relationship has not yet been established. A. provided B. since C. although D. supposing 26. —Did you win the speech contest? —I ________, but in the middle I got stuck because of my nervousness. A. may have B. might have C. must have D. can have 27. Princess Charlotte_________ gently in her arms on Saturday, the Duchess of Cambridge stepped out in a bright buttercup Jenny Packham dress, after which sales of yellow dresses went through the roof. A. being held B. having held C. holding D. to be held 28. So easily ________ by the promise and potential of diet products that we have stopped thinking about ________ diet products are doing to us. A. we have been attracted; what B. we are attracted; how C. are we attracted; how D. have we been attracted; what 29. The White House Correspondent‘s Association dinner gets criticized yearly for being a big party ________ Washington bigwigs, Hollywood stars and journalists rub shoulders and celebrate themselves. A. when B. what C. where D. which 30. —You are doing too much. —Well, this is ________. I can‘t cope with any more work. A. me B. it C. something D. nothing 31. The opening of Hockney‘s exhibition on April 18, ________ crowds of art lovers gathering outside the gallery Pace Beijing, the news of which ________ via WeChat. A. has seen; is quickly spreading B. had seen; quickly spread 3 / 12

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C. saw; has quickly spread D. saw; had quickly spread The whist party soon afterwards ________, the players gathered round the other table, and Mr. Collins took his station between his cousin Elizabeth and Mrs. Philips. A. breaking down B. breaking off C. breaking up D. breaking out My doctor recommended me to take a holiday but I didn‘t ________ it with a lot of work to do. A. get down to B. get back to C. get round to D. get up to On the photo, David Beckham was seen beaming from ear-to-ear as he prepared to blow out the candles on three huge birthday cakes, which gave the house a sense of ________. A. atmosphere B. light C. occasion D. shadow —Honey, where are the cookies prepared for tonight‘s party? I know they are not your tea. —Sorry, but I had too an empty belly just now with too much work all day. As a saying runs, ________. A. Bread is the staff of life B. A good appetite is a good sauce C. One man‘s meat is another man‘s poison D. After meat, mustard; after death, doctor

第二节 完形填空 (共 20 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 20 分) My aunt died in 2003. She was eighty-four and so was my uncle. They had been married for over 60 years. When she passed away he was 36 . We expected him to pass on quickly after she died. He attended his church frequently and his mourning was nearly 37 to witness. His only daughter lived across the country so he had only the rest of the extended family and church family to 38 him. My cousin 39 him into selling the house that he and my aunt had built together about twenty-five years before. It was very hard to 40 with the home they built together. He was going to move into an apartment, but at the last moment, my cousin and he saw a new house for sale. She helped him buy furniture and a flat screen television. He had not watched television for years because of his religion. He was like a kid with a new toy but 41 grieved horribly for my aunt. One day he called my cousin and told her that he 42 a lady from a church he and my aunt went to forty years ago. She played the piano and his church was looking for new 43 . Her husband had died about seven years 44 . He said he wanted someone to go out to dinner with and spend time with. We were happy for them but had no idea how it would 45 . They were both almost eighty-seven years old. They were like 46 and spent as much time together as they could. They both had one child each, she a son, he a daughter. She had a house that her father built for her when she got married to her first husband. She was 47 there. The 48 in their relationship came when they neither wanted to leave their respective churches. She went to her Baptist(浸礼会) church that she had attended for many years and he went to his, which was a Pentecostal(圣洁会). They decided to remain friends 49 nothing more. He was upset but felt that his religion was the only way. She didn‘t want to leave her church and didn‘t like the 50 of his. It was not before too long that they 51 that they did not want to be apart. They would find a new church together. They planned to marry. When he took her to a jewelry store and bought her a diamond, the employees were so 52 that they had a big write up in our own local paper, ―?The 53 for Valentines‘ Day.‖ They prepared for their wedding. They moved the wedding date up because neither wanted to wait any longer to ―be together‖. They got married in her house, where they decided they would live. It was such a beautiful refreshing thing to see, two people who you would have 54 had pretty much lived their lives, were 4 / 12

beginning a new one together. I have 55 him as much as he loves her. Love is never too late. 36. A. cold-hearted B. warm-hearted 37. A. unshakable B. unbearable 38. A. protect B. accompany 39. A. talked B. forced 40. A. deal B. part 41. A. even B. so 42. A. recalled B. remembered 43. A. style B. religion 44. A. previously B. afterwards 45. A. come out B. turn out 46. A. brothers B. sisters 47. A. annoyed B. suspicious 48. A. conflict B. simplicity 49. A. despite B. except 50. A. manner B. extreme 51. A. realized B. decided 52. A. embarrassed B. inspired 53. A. Truth B. Wonder 54. A. declared B. admitted 55. A. not B. never

seen my uncle happier. He is still in love and she loves

C. kind-hearted C. unbreakable C. comfort C. fooled C. do C. still C. reminded C. music C. exactly C. bring out C. lovebirds C. content C. potential C. without C. habit C. promised C. impressed C. Price C. announced C. rarely

D. broken-hearted D. unchangeable D. spoil D. tricked D. stay D. yet D. reconnected D. address D. approximately D. take out D. twins D. sociable D. commitment D. but D. temper D. regretted D. concerned D. Theme D. thought D. scarcely

第三部分 阅读理解 (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 During the fifth episode of the most recent season of House of Cards, President Underwood immersed himself in a beautiful mobile game. You may wonder what this colorful creation was. Well, it‘s the puzzle game Monument Valley. Just five hours after its appearance on the hot TV series, the game‘s sales began to increase sharply, according to App Figures, an organization that tracks app sales. The app, first released in last April, has won many awards, including taking the best overall game prize at the 11th International Mobile Gaming Awards held in San Francisco, US, and also three prizes at the Game Developers Choice Awards last month, including Best Visual Art, Innovation, and Best Mobile Game. The rules of the game are simple. You play as a silent princess named Ida. All you need to do is explore the three-dimensional world through touching where you want to go. But the challenge is you can‘t trust your eyes. Many times you will feel stuck in one place, but suddenly after you move one object, the path will be revealed to you. More than that, the joy of playing the game comes from its visual design. It builds on concepts from the art of Dutch graphic artist MC Escher, Japanese woodblock prints and temple architecture from around the world, according to cnet.com, a technology news website. Filled with colorful objects, everything appears to pop out of the screen. But no two stages are alike, even within the same world. 5 / 12

―Every screenshot looks like a little work of art, and seeing how pieces of the levels move is a treat all on its own,‖ wrote Shaun Musgrave, an editor of gaming website toucharcade.com. Its eerie soundtrack also wins fans‘ hearts. As the gaming website polygon.com commented: ―Every interaction you have with the screen is enhanced with a musical sound effect—rotating blocks sound like a wind-up music box, gears like the strings of an guitar—all adding to the relaxed atmosphere.‖ Its success revealed that ―there was still a place for beautifully-crafted mobile games on the app stores,‖ said to The Guardian. Ken Wong, the lead designer of the game, believes developers should be true to their games. ―Don‘t listen to all these marketing. Just make the game how you want to make it,‖ he told polygon.com. 56. Why did the writer mention House of Cards at the beginning of the passage? A. To arouse TV viewers‘ interest. B. To introduce a new TV series. C. To show how the software became popular. D. To criticize politicians who play mobile games. 57. This software appeals to most users mainly because of its ________. A. popular theme B. unique name C. visual effect D. sound effect B Most of us are taught to pay attention to what is said—the words. Words do provide us with some information, but meanings are derived from so many other sources that it would hinder our effectiveness as a partner to a relationship to rely too heavily on words alone. Words are used to describe only a small part of the many ideas we associate with any given message. Sometimes we can gain insight into some of those associations if we listen for more than words. We don't always say what we mean or mean what we say. Sometimes our words don‘t mean anything except ―I'm letting off some steam. I don‘t really want you to pay close attention to what I'm saying. Just pay attention to what I'm feeling.‖ Mostly we mean several things at once. A person wanting to purchase a house says to the current owner, ―This step has to be fixed before I'll buy.‖ the owner says, ―It's been like that for years.‖ Actually, the step hasn't been like that for years, but the unspoken message is: ―I don't want to fix it. We put up with it. Why can't you?‖ The search for a more expansive view of meaning can be developed by examining a message in terms of who said it, when it occurred, the related conditions or situation, and how it was said. When a message occurs can also reveal associated meaning. Let us assume two couples do exactly the same amount of kissing and arguing. But one couple always kisses after an argument and the other couple always argues after a kiss. The ordering of the behaviors may mean a great deal more than the frequency of the behavior. We would do well to listen for how messages are presented. The words, ―It sure has been nice to have you over,‖ can be said with emphasis and excitement or ritualistically(例行公事地). The phrase can be said once or repeated several times. And the meanings we associate with the phrase will change accordingly. Sometimes if we say something infrequently it assumes more importance; sometimes the more we say something the less importance it assumes. 58. The passage mainly tells us that ________. A. words provide listeners with the most important information B. listeners can gain insight if they listen for words carefully C. the comprehension of a message is influenced by a few factors 6 / 12

D. when messages are presented is of great importance 59. Why shouldn‘t people rely too much on words alone? A. Words are used to describe a big part of the many ideas. B. Words always successfully represent what we say. C. Listeners may not develop healthy relationships. D. Listeners will fail to understand the unspoken language. 60. With the example of the couples‘ behavior of kissing and arguing, the writer ________. A. places stress on the way messages are presented B. points out examining the situation can improve comprehension C. emphasizes on the importance of the timing of a message D. reminds the listeners to check their understanding more frequently 61. What is the most suitable title for the passage? A. Words matter B. The unspoken meaning C. The art of speaking D. Be a smart listener C A week after Halloween, a new speed limit of twenty-five miles per hour will go into effect on every surface road in the five boroughs of New York City, except where stated otherwise. The idea is to make the streets safer for cyclists and pedestrians, a particular aim of Mayor Bill de Blasio. Fourteen children were killed by drivers last year. You won‘t find a citizen who doesn‘t wish that this number were zero. Since 1964, the speed limit has been thirty m.p.h, but for a large number of the driving population it hasn‘t really ever been anything at all. Due to the ineffectiveness of law enforcement, drivers have often gone as fast as they can. Usually, that isn‘t very fast at all, thanks to congestion or the degraded condition of the road. But now and then the traffic clears up. Smooth open road is so rare, at least in the denser parts of the city, that a lead foot can hardly resist the urge to hit the gas. In a city where everyone is busy, any chance to save time is sweet. But now, supposedly, that‘s all coming to an end. The governor of New York State is the one who signed the speed limit into law. ―Governor‖ also happens to be the word for a device that regulates the speed of a machine, so the Mayor, you might say, has installed a governor on the engine that is New York. More cameras, more tickets, more police cars lying in wait. Now we believe speed is evil. This feels funny: a city that has long identified itself as sleepless and fast, aspiring to everything quickly, is being asked to slow down. Slow food, slow money, now slow cars–the New York minute will, from now on, be sixty seconds long. Manhattan is 13.4 miles in length. At twenty-five m.p.h., that‘s half an hour, end to end. This seems about right, considering that to the people from Manhattan the normal time span of a trip from any part of the borough to another, be it by car, bus, bike, skate board, or subway, is presumed (often correctly) to be thirty minutes. So maybe the new speed limit was devised with that in mind. Twenty-five m.p.h. is also about three times the running speed of a Norway rat. Cockroaches, darting for darkness, look awfully fast, at fifty body lengths per second, but if they are seen in the open and that‘s just around three miles per hour. As for the airways, a pigeon-keeper friend writes, ―Street pigeons are usually much healthier than the public thinks, but they‘re not exactly athletes.‖ Their cruising speed, he said, is ―probably thirty, thirty-five m.p.h. when they‘re really heading somewhere. 7 / 12

The speed-limit change is another milestone in the ongoing struggle for control of the streets. The Bloomgerg administration began redesigning the streets, to decrease the car‘s dominion, and now de Blasio is continuing the campaign. The most persistent objections come from the people for whom driving is part of the job. Delivery, plumbing, construction. You‘re not going to use bicycles to build the Hudson Yards. ―Nobody drives around the city more than me,‖ a master on a construction site said. ―It‘s got worse with the people. It‘s not the cars. The cars have been going the same speed. We have this diesel pickup, and it‘s good to have a car with a big engine in the city, because when you come to a light the thing roars, and the people look up. And then they start to scatter.‖ He went on, ―This guy thinks speed‘s the problem? I think the people who are clueless with their head in their electronic devices is the problem. People are getting hit by bikes. They are walking into job sites, they‘re falling in holes, they‘re tripping on curbs. I‘d say it‘s time to give the city back to the cars.‖ 62. What is the purpose of the new speed limit? A. To solve the problem of congestion on the road. B. To ensure the security of the people who drive cars. C. To protect cyclists and pedestrians from being hit by cars. D. To cut down on the number of child victims in car accidents. 63. Why have the drivers often gone as fast as they can since 1964? A. The traffic has cleared up every now and then. B. The road condition has been increasingly improved. C. There is no such rigid law to restrict drivers‘ behavior. D. Many drivers choose not to take the speed limit seriously. 64. What does the underlined part ?a lead foot‘ most probably refer to? A. Someone who gets cold feet when driving. B. Someone who has a tendency of speeding. C. The foot that is more skillful than the other one. D. The foot that a driver stretches out first out of habit. 65. What can be inferred from ―give the city back to the cars‖ in the last paragraph? A. It is not cars to blame for traffic problems. B. Drivers should be under the supervision of the police. C. Certain jobs should be taken into account when making traffic laws. D. More and more people have raised persistent objection against speed limit. D Last year I ruined my summer vacation-a two-week vacation at my wife‘s family cabin on a lake in northern Ontario, located at the boundary of the US and Canada - by bringing along a modern convenience that was too convenient for my own good: the iPad. Instead of admiring the beauty of nature, I checked e-mail. Instead of paddling an old canoe, I followed my Twitter feed. Instead of devouring great (or merely amusing) novels, I stuck to my workday diet of four newspapers each morning. And that was the problem: I was behaving as if I were still in the office, sticking to the unending news cycle. My body was on vacation but my head wasn‘t. So this year I made up my mind to try something different, a social media experiment in reverse: withdrawal from the Internet. Could I manage to unplug? I knew it wouldn‘t be easy, since I‘m not good at self-denial. But I was determined. I started with a 8 / 12

physical restraint: handing the iPad to my wife, who helpfully announced that she was going to use it to read a 630-page novel for her book club and would not be inclined to relinquish the tablet for even a moment. Then, a stroke of luck: The cell phone signal at the Canadian cabin was spottier than in the past, making my attempts at cheating an experience in frustration. I was trapped, forced to comply with my own good intentions. Largely cut off from e-mail, Twitter and my favorite newspaper websites, I had little way to connect to the world except for radio-and how much radio can one listen to, really? I had no choice but to do what I had planned to do all along: read books. I experienced criminal plots on the streets of Los Angeles, cutthroat battles between cancer labs and the psyche of a London social butterfly in 1922. And there were old magazines to read. I‘m not claiming that I cut myself off from the Internet completely. Every few days, we biked into the nearest town and, as a reward, sat on a park bench in front of the public library to use its Wi-Fi. And back at the cabin, we suffered through a slow dial-up connection once a day to check e-mail. This tale of self-denial has a happy ending-for now, at least. With determination and deep breathing, plus the strong support of my wife, I succeeded in my vacation struggle against the Internet, realizing finally that it was me, of course, not the iPad, that was the problem. I knew I had won when we passed a Starbucks and my wife asked if I wanted to stop to use the Wi-Fi. ―Don‘t need it,‖ I said, trying not to sound too pleased. However, as we return to post-vacation situation, a test begins: Can I stay on the wagon now that I‘m back at work? There are times when the compulsion to know what‘s being said right now is overwhelming (and for me, sometimes it‘s crucial to my livelihood). And I have no intention of giving up my membership in the cult of immediacy. But I hope to resist the temptation to reflexively check my e-mail every five minutes, which often leads, as long as I‘m looking, to checking my Twitter feed and a website or two. A vacation is supposed to help you reset your brain to become more productive. Here‘s hoping this one worked. 66. What ruined the writer‘s trip last year? A. That he was worn out because of the schedule. B. That he forgot to bring amusing novels with him. C. That he read too much newspaper last year. D. That he was distracted by too many things unrelated to the trip. 67. What does the underlined word ?restraint‘ mean? A. A calm and controlled behavior. B. A relaxing move. C. A strong determination. D. An unshakable faith. 68. What did the writer do to get in touch with the outside world during the trip? A. Reading online newspapers. B. Following his friends‘ Twitter. C. Checking email every now and then. D. Listening to the radio. 69. Why did the writer claim that his self-denial process have a happy ending? A. He has completely turned down the Internet. 9 / 12

B. He gave up his habit of checking the latest news online. C. He realized that his body was on vacation but his head wasn‘t. D. It dawned on him that it was people that are in control of their behavior. 70. What is the main idea of the passage? A. Say no to electronic devices. B. Relationships harmed by distractions. C. Abandoned distractions ease break. D. Things that can take your mind off.

第 II 卷 非选择题 (两部分,共 35 分)
第四部分 任务型阅读 (共 10 小题,每小题 1 分,满分 10 分)
请认真阅读下列短文,并根据所读内容在文章后表格中的空格里填入一个最恰当的单词。 注意:请将答案写在答题卡上相应题号的横线上。每个空格只填一个单词。 When we are born, we are unspoiled. As we grow, we develop many complexities due to many influences in our lives. During childhood, we are repeatedly discouraged, blamed, and in some cases, abused. As we grow older, we develop our own version of right and wrong. We create a world of our own. Our brain collects and keeps all visual, auditory information from the moment we are born and to the smallest of the details. Apart from our brain having memory, cells in our body, in billions, have their own memory. In other words, our body store both physiological and psychological memories. We are complex emotional beings in nature compared to any other living animal. Apparently, physical and psychological memories strongly influence our emotions! Interestingly, we can create, store, and release emotion like energy. Moreover, if we do not process our emotions properly and suppress them for a long time, they can find a way out violently and unexpectedly. Unfortunately, we carry our guilt throughout our lives resulting in ever-increasing burden on our shoulders. We become heavy with guilt and anger for things we could or did not achieve, for things we cannot have, to cite few examples. Evidently, everyone carries his or her own sack of guilt and anger. One must question our nature of accumulating and carrying our guilt and anger until the end. Both guilt and anger are useless for us. They give us no advantage. Therefore, one may ask: is there a way to put down the sack from our weary shoulders? It is possible, indeed. Importantly, since our guilt and anger inside us are neither addressed nor given attention to, they are stored. Actually, we should process and address our emotions in order to remove them from our system. We cannot just wish them away. In fact, by acknowledging their presence and providing a channel for them to disappear, we can remove our emotions gradually. Taking drugs, consuming alcohol only worsens the situation. They only provide temporary comfort and relief. Is there a better way to unload our burden? Luckily, we have natural gift to process our feeling and emotions. Forgiveness stands first of all other natural remedies(疗 法). Indeed, there is no better way than forgiving ourselves. Not withstanding, we should learn to readily forgive others. When we learn to forgive ourselves, we also naturally forgive others. In summary, there is no benefit carrying our years of emotional baggage. By forgiving, we can throw away the emotional baggage we carry for years, if not decades, and it can lead to positive ones. Forgive your past mistakes. The moment you start forgiving, you feel a lot lighter and years of heaviness lifted magically! To your surprise, you start feeling a lot more energetic and optimistic in your daily life.

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Learning to forgive is a (71)



factor in positive emotions.

●Our growth is (72) ▲life with the influence of people around us. We are discouraged, blamed and even abused. ●Compared with other creatures, we are (73) ▲ complex emotional being with both physiological and psychological memories, which strongly influence our emotions. ●(74) ▲ we deal with our emotions properly, they can find a way out violently and unexpectedly. ●We carry our guilt and anger for things we (75) ▲ achieve all our life, which increases burden on our shoulders. to

Where does our emotional baggage come from?

How can we deal with our emotional baggage?

●We should admit that our emotional baggage does (76) ▲ and then find a way to handle it eventually. We shouldn‘t be addicted to drugs or alcohol, which makes bad situation worse. ●Learn to be (77) ▲ our feeling and emotions. , because it is the best way to process

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●Carrying our emotional baggage does us no (79) ▲ . ●Once you start forgiving, you will feel years of heaviness lifted magically and you will be energetic and optimistic to enjoy your life to the (80) ▲ .

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第五部分 书面表达(满分 25 分)

What’s it all about? One Small Deed is a website which enables people to let the world know the good deeds they have done and to inspire others to do the same. Who are we? We are not a big organization, but just a group of people who wanted to find a way to make the world a nicer place. We live in London and come from different countries, cultures and walks of life, but the one thing we have in common is the fact that we are kind and giving people who want to see more people like us out there. Want to get involved? All you need to do is just a small good deed as often as you can. If you want to inspire others, then post your deeds on our website. Some tips for you to get started: ? Open the door for someone. ? Offer your seat on the train or bus for someone who needs it more than you. ? If a colleague asks for your help at work and you are really busy, find a way. ? If someone is in need, like a man in a wheelchair struggling to get across the street, help them. ? If you see someone crying, don‘t ignore them, ask if you can help.

【写作内容】 1. 以约 30 个词概括上文的主要内容。 2. 以约 120 个词谈谈你的看法,内容包括: 1) 阐述生活中做一件小事的重要性; 2) 举例说明一件小事对你或对他人的影响; 3) 简述所给材料对你今后生活的启示。 【写作要求】 1. 作文中可以使用亲身经历或虚构的故事,也可以参照阅读材料的内容,但不得直接 引用原文中的句子。 2. 作文中不能出现真实的姓名和学校名称。

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