徐州市 2014-2015 学年度高三第三次质量检测 英 语
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 小題；每小 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 are the two speakers talking about? A. Boating. B. Tom’s plan. C. The weather. 2. When did the film begin? A. At 7:30. B. At 8:00. C. At 8:30. 3. What program does the man like most? A. History. B. News. C. Sports. 4. Why is the man leaving early? A. He isn’t interested in the movie. B. He wants to avoid a traffic jam. C. He doesn’t know the way to the theatre. 5. How does the man feel about the news? A. Excited. B. Indifferent. C. Disappointed. 第二节（共 15 小題：每小题 1 分，满分 15 分） 听下面 5 段对话或独白，毎段对话或独白后有几个小题，从题中所给的 A、B、C 三个选项中选出 最佳选项，并标在试卷的相应位置。听每段对话或独白前，你将有时间阅读各个小题，每小题 5 秒钟； 听完后，各小题给出 5 秒钟的做题时问。每段对话或独白读两遍。 听下面一段对话，回答第 6 至 7 两个小题。 6. What party does the woman want to have? A. A dinner party. B. A dancing party. C. A music party. 7. What can we learn from the conversation? A. Frank and his wife don’t like to talk. B. The Browns were invited in the last party. C. The woman doesn’t want to invite the Browns. 听下面一段对话，回答第 8 至 9 两个小题。 8. Why is the man so anxious? A. He forgot to buy a gift. B. He might lose his job. C. He will be late. 9. What will the woman do next? A. Have a drink. B. Make a call. C. Take a rest. 听下面一段对话，回答第 10 至 12 三个小题。 10. When did the woman have the idea of opening the café ? A. About a year ago. B. About five years ago. C. About nine years ago. 11. Why does the woman want to open the café ? A. To have a different lifestyle. B. To make more friends. C. To own her study room. 12. What kind of place does the woman want the caféto be? A. A quiet library. B. A business center. C. A relaxing place. 听下面一段对话，回答第 13 至 16 四个小题。 13. Why didn’t many students enjoy living in the dorms? A. They couldn’t get a sense of privacy at all. B. The dorms were far from the campus. C. They missed their families. 14. How long was the dining hall open every day? A. 3 hours. B. 5 hours. C. 6 hours. 15. What does the woman forget details about? A. Laundry. B. Food. C. Social activities. 16. What are freshmen’s lives like in Berkeley?
A. Boring. B. confusing. 听下面一段独白，回答第 17 至 20 四个小题。 17. Where is the speaker making the announcement? A. In a gym. B. In a hotel. 18. How long will this voyage last? A. All day long. B. Two weeks. 19. What is the best part of the restaurants? A. They offer all kinds of food. B. They are open 24 hours a day. C. They provide live music shows. 20. Where can one do sports? A. On the top floor. B. On the bottom floor.
C. Colorful. C. On a ship. C. Not mentioned.
C. On the second floor.
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 l 分，满分 l5 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 答题纸上将该项涂黑。
21. Practice is the only________ to testify truth, while learning of theory eventually serves practical application. A. evidence B. element C. criterion D. contrast 22. Under the Dome, funded by Chai Jing, was released on Feb.28th, __________ has raised the public's awareness about air pollution. A. which B. that C. who D. what 23. They should have informed you of the result of the competition by the time it was eventually given out, ___________? A. haven't they B. didn't they C. shouldn't they D. hadn't they 24.The talks on Iran's nuclear issue have entered a ____________ final stage when all parties involved are trying to strike a comprehensive deal. A. concrete B. crucial C. consistent D. contrary 25. The only way to live happily with others is to _________ their faults and admire their virtues. A. overlook B. justify C. clarify D. acknowledge 26. --What's that survey for? --To get an insight of _________ the customers think of our new product. A. how B. that C. what D. why 27.--It's down to you to pick up the lecturer to give us the report tomorrow. --Yes. But how can I pick him out __________ I'm in the dark about his appearance. A. while B. though C. since D. when 28. Mr. Mathew, fully _____________ of his son's innocence, began to seek new evidence which would persuade the police to reopen their investigation. A. convincing B. convinced C. to convince D. to be convinced 29. With the 2022 World Cup final in Qatar _________ on December 18, the public fixed sights on the Arab nation, causing the concern of the intense summer heat. A. taking place B. having taken place C. to take place D. to have taken place 30. -- How did Professor Li’s lecture impress you? -- I just heard his voice but he couldn’t _________ what he was saying. A. pick out B. make out C. think out D. squeeze out 31. -- What about your trip to the town? -- Couldn’t be worse. Stuck in the mud, the car _____ not move, however hard we pushed it. A. could B. should C. would D. might 32. --Did your son go to the dentist’s to have his bad tooth pulled out? -- Yes, though ____________. A. contentedly B. reluctantly C. earnestly D. controversially 33. The two organizations will arrange a one-year seminar and _________ it with a report on their in-depth studies and research findings. A. conclude B. summarize C. deduce D. infer 34. --Is it true that all the citizens enjoy free medical care in your country? -- Not exactly. ____________ only old people aged 60 or over. A. It is B. They are C. There is D. There are 35. --Where do you think Simon’s disappeared to? -- ___________. But we are trying to get in touch with his parents.
A. God bless you B. It’s no big deal C. God knows D. It makes sense 第二节 完形填空（共 20 小题； 每小题 1 分，满分 20 分） 请认真阅读下面短文，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。 You pride yourself on not being terribly attached to your possessions. When 36 with something, you feel down. Our daughter is having trouble letting go of a couch. It’s not only the couch she’s having trouble letting go of but the 37 . It was their first sofa. It has been loaded onto moving trucks and unloaded 38 . Three kids have jumped on it. It’s so worn that the only way you could sell it would be in the 39 . Yet she can’t let it go easily and asked me if that was strange. ―Completely,‖ I said, ―You get it 40 me.‖ When we were ready to sell our 41 things, I sold our cradle at the neighborhood garage sale. I had pieces of it in the garage and the others in the house. A young woman said she wanted it for her baby. My throat 42 and tears began to well. She pulled out cash and my face 43 up. But when I returned with the other 44 , I was all out crying. ―Maybe your’re not 45 to sell it.‖ the woman said. ―No-o-o,‖ I 46 . My vision was so blurred by tears that I nearly 47 her with one of the side rails. ―It’s fine, really,‖ I cried, ―Take it.‖ Our 48 to stuff grows in direct relationship to the amount of time it has sat in one place. You think, ―Hey, we’ve hung 49 it this long - it must be valuable!‖ Our accumulations of treasures 50 in relation to the ever-increasing size of our houses. And when we outgrow the storage space in our homes, we 51 someone else to store them. Storage unit facilities 52 faster. There’s money to be made from people who can’t let go. The most extreme 53 to part with things has even been transformed into entertainment in the form of a television show called Hoarders. Let the sofa go, I told my daughter. It 54 its purpose. You can get a new one. Give the kids some crackers and juice boxes and it will be like the 55 one in six weeks. In daily life, we do need to let go of the past, because only in this way can we welcome the new world. 36. A. wrestling B. meeting C. parting D. leaving 37. A. memories B. revenues C. anticipations D. rewards 38. A. willingly B. intentionally C. repeatedly D. affectionately 39. A. day B. black C. evening D. dark 40. A. from B. for C. off D. over 41. A. garage B. baby C. community D. entertainment 42. A. broadened B. softened C. lengthened D. tightened 43. A. lit B mixed C. messed D. polished 44. A. things B. pieces C. cradles D. treasures 45. A. cautious B. flexible C. content D. ready 46. A. denied B. objected C. sobbed D. whispered 47. A. beat B struck C. hit D. stuck 48. A. attachment B. attraction C. adjustment D. addiction 49. A. about B. onto C. around D. over 50. A. lessen B. shrink C. expand D. stretch 51. A. employ B. pay C. induce D. urge 52. A. circulate B. shoot C. multiply D. combine 53. A. inability B. eagerness C. consent D. conscience 54. A. defeated B. expressed C. neglected D. served 55. A. first B. old C. new D. latest
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， 并在答题纸上将该项涂黑。
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Given its subject matter and time slot, A Bite of China was initially considered a "weak player" on TV. "Man is what he eats," said Ludwig Feuerbach. From its very beginning, A Bite of China is not just a documentary about food. "The scenes of digging for bamboo shoots, hanging hams, catching fish using a net, opening a steamer filled with white steamed buns, and pulling wheat dough into thin strands for noodles move us to tears. What a lovely China!" a viewer said. A Bite of China is a serious documentary providing a unique view of Chinese as well as the relations between people and food and between people and society from the perspective of food. The touching documentary reminds some people of their mother, and makes some realize that every grain comes from hard and laborious toil. Some people see patriotism in the documentary, and some consider it a great cultural export. How did this documentary achieve a tremendous influence beyond its subject matter in such a short time? "It is not empty propaganda about China's splendid food culture. Instead, it shows the techniques used in making food and their production process as well as the lives of ordinary people, thus striking a chord with the audience," an Internet user said. The success of the documentary should be attributed to sincerity and reality. It is said sarcastically that Americans like to shoot sci-fi films because they have no history, while Chinese like to shoot time-travel dramas to the past because they have no future. The correctness of this arbitrary conclusion is debatable, but it has raised a thought-provoking question. Works that are created behind closed doors and fail to reflect reality or that only focus on the luxury lives of a few people and ignore ordinary people's desire for ample food and clothing will not touch people's hearts. "We made this documentary with our respect and love for food," said director Chen Xiaoqing. Being sincere is the most important thing for artists because they cannot move others unless they themselves are first moved, and cannot convince others unless they themselves are first convinced. Sincerity is the "secret" for making this documentary so popular, and every cultural creator should learn from its success. 58. A Bite of China has all the following emotional influences EXCEPT _______. A. reminding people of their memories about family B. making people treasure every gain C. arousing people’s patriotism tom wads their country D. calling on people to export their culture 59. Which of the following statements about A Bite of China is TRUE according to the passage? A. It only focuses on the luxury lives of a few people in China. B. It stresses the emotions of ordinary Chinese people in its shooting
C. It has been considered a ―week player‖ on Tv since it was produced D. It provides a unique view of Chinese from the perspective of humanity 60. Which would be the best title for the passage? A. Sincerity and reality, Great Success B. Food and Culture, Commercial Program C. Techniques and Art, Huge Popularity D. Patriotism and Respect, Tremendous Influence
Depression can be a devastating illness, plaguing millions of people worldwide with feelings of sadness, hopelessness, and fatigue. Despite numerous antidepressant drugs, as many as a third of patients don’t respond to medication. This has forced doctors to be more creative in finding different treatments for the condition. In the past two decades, researchers have tied depression to a seemingly unrelated condition: inflammation（炎症）, the body’s natural response to stress. It could rise from injury or inflection, or even emotional issues like an unhappy marriage or problems at work. Some amount of inflammation is generally beneficial, as it increases production of cytokines (致癌因子)，proteins that help us heal and protect us from the effects of overwork. But excessive cytokine levels, and the inflammation they bring on, could come at a cost-A number of studies suggests that high levels of cytokines could contribute to depression. Cytokines can reach the brain several ways: directly through the blood-brain barrier or indirectly by binding to nerve fibers elsewhere, which send signals to the brain to produce the inflammation molecules. In the brain, cytokines can disturb the production and release of several important signaling chemicals, including serotonin, dopamine and glutamate, which help control emotion, appetite, sleep, learning and memory. It’s though that a lack of serotonin activity in the brain causes depression; most antidepressants increase the activity. But cytokines also have been shown to activate stress hormone signaling in the brain, which man also serve to develop depression. With all the evidence implicating inflammation in depression, doctors have been anxious to test anti-inflammatory drugs as a potential treatment. Four small students published between 2006 and 2012 by research groups in Europe and Iran found that adults diagnosed with depression who took aspirin or another anti-inflammatory drug called Celecoxib, along with an antidepressant, got more relief from feelings of sadness, hopelessness, guilt and fatigue compared with those taking an antidepressant alone. However, Andrew Miller, a professor of psychiatry at Emory University, thought something was amiss in these small, limited studies. None of them looked at whether the participants had to have high levels of cytokines before into the trap of viewing inflammatory drugs. ―Unfortunately, much of the field has fallen into the trap of viewing inflammation as the be-all, end-all,‖ Miller says. He and his colleagues wanted to see whether the effect of these drugs was limited to the depression patients with high cytokine levels, or if it helped all people diagnosed with depression. 61. Which of the following illustrated how depression is developed/ A. infection -→inflammation -→cytokine -→depression B. stress-→overwork-→inflammation -→depression C. cytokine-→stress -→ infection-→depression D. inflammation -→ infection-→stress-→depression 62. We can infer from the passage that ______. A. depression will be an incurable disease for a long time B. we have a long way to go before depression can be satisfying treated C. people who are hard –working are more subject to depression D. aspirin can effectively help relieve people of many emotional prpblems 63. The underlined word ―excessive‖ in para 3 is closest in meaning to ―________‖ A. intermediate B. mild C. appropriate D. overmuch 64. Which of the following shows the right structure of the passage? ( ①---⑤ represent para 1—5 )
―Have you put any salt in it?‖ ―Certainly not, ma’am,‖ answered Marie, amazed by the question. ―You told me yourself that I was never to put salt in it.‖ Upon this, Madame Duparc snatched up the saucepan without saying another word, turned to the cupboard, and stretched out her hand toward one of four salt-cellars which always stood there. Then she sprinkled salt into the saucepan—— or, if not salt something which she took for salt. The hasty-pudding made, Marie poured it from the saucepan into a soup-plate which her mistress held. Madame Duparc herself then took it to her father, Monsieur De Beaulieu. Then she and her daughter, and one of her sons, remained with the old man while he was eating his breakfast. Marie, left in the kitchen, prepared to clean the saucepan; but, before she could do so, she was suddenly called in two different directions by Madame De Beaulieu and Madame Duparc. The old lady wished to be taken to mass, and her mistress wanted to send her on a number of errands. It was half-past eleven in the forenoon before she got back to the kitchen. The first news that met her on her return was that Monsieur De Beaulieu had been suffering, ever since nine o’clock, from a violent attack of vomiting and colic. Madame Duparc ordered her to help the old man to bed immediately; and inquired, when these directions had been followed, whether Marie felt capable of looking after him herself, or whether she would prefer that a nurse should be sent for. Being a kind-hearted, willing girl, always anxious to make herself useful, Marie replied that she would gladly undertake the nursing of the old man; and thereupon her bed was moved at once into Monsieur De Beaulieu’room. Meanwhile Madame Duparc fetched from a neighboring apothecary’s one of the apprentices(学徒) of the shop to see her father. The apprentice was quite unfit to meet the emergency of the case, which was certainly serious enough to require the attention of his master, if not of a regularly qualified physician. Instead of applying and internal remedies, the apprentice stupidly tried blistering. This course of treatment proved utterly useless; but no better advice was called in. After he had suffered for hours without relief, Monsieur De Beaulieu began to sink rapidly toward the afternoon. At half-past five o’clock he had ceased to exist. This shocking catastrophe, startling and suspicious as it was, did not appear to disturb the nerves of Madame Duparc. She lost no time in sending for the nearest nurse to lay out the body of Monsieur De Beaulieu. On entering the chamber of death, the nurse found Marie there alone, praying by the old man’s bedside. ―He died suddenly, did he not?‖ said the nurse.‖Very suddenly,‖ answered Marie. ―He was walking about only yesterday in perfect health.‖ Soon afterward the time came when it was customary to prepare supper. Marie went into the kitchen mechanically, to get the meal ready. Madame Duparc, her daughter, and her youngest son, sat down to it as usual. Madame De Beaulieu, overwhelmed by the dreadful death of her husband, was incapable of joining them. When supper was over, Marie assisted the old lady to bed. Then, worn out though she was with fatigue, she went back to the nurse to keep her company in watching by the dead body. Monsieur De Beaulieu had been kind to Marie, and had spoken gratefully of the little attentions she had shown him. She remembered this tenderly now that he was no more; and she could not find it in her heart to leave a hired mourner to be the only watcher by his death-bed. All that night she remained in the room, entirely ignorant of what was passing the while in every other part of the house— her own little bedroom included, as a matter of course. About seven o’clock the next morning, after sitting up all night, she went back again wearily to the kitchen to begin her day’s work. Her mistress joined her there, and saluted her instantly with a scolding. ―You are the most careless, slovenly girl I ever met with.‖ Said Madame Duparc.‖ Look at your dress; how can you expect to be decent on a Sunday, if you wear your best pair of pockets on week-days?‖ 65. What implication can we draw from the underlined sentence in Para.3? A. Salt was something necessary to make the hasty-pudding. B. Madame Duparc deliberately sprinkled salt into the saucepan. C. Salt was likely to be mistaken for other ingredients. D. Madame Duparc was criticizing Marie in a silent way. 66. From the passage, we can learn that Marie_________________. A. intended to put salt into the hasty-pudding B. cleaned the saucepan after the breakfast C. fetched a physician from the apothecary’s D. had a busy day when the disaster happened 67. Para.6 mainly tells us that________ A. Monsieur De Beaulieu wasn’t properly treated B. it was impossible to fetch a qualified physician then C. the apprentice make a mistake during the treatment D. Madame Duparc knew nothing about medical treatment 68. When Monsieur De Beaulieu fell ill,_______
A. Marie undertook the nursing of him willingly. B. all the family members were concerned about him C. the nurse knew exactly the reason for his illness D. Marie was severely scolded for leaving him alone 69. The cause of Monsieur De Beaulieu’s death probably lies in______ A. Marie’s careless attendance on him B. the indifference from his wife C. the salt previously put into his breakfast D. his old age and poor health condition 70. According to the article, it’s safe to conclude that_____ A. Madame Duparc was deeply worried about her father B. there was nothing suspicious in the old man’s death C. the apprentice should answer for the old man’s death D. something terrible was going to happen to Marie
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，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 1 个单词。 Students in Finland won’t have to study subjects. Soon, their classrooms would resemble conferences where ―topics‖ are discussed. The education system is Finland is about to undergo a thorough and fundamental change, despite enjoying the distinction of being one of the best in the world. The education department has decided to get rid of the old method of ―teaching by subject.‖ Instead, the country will now involve the children to help them learn and question by evolving to ―teaching by topic‖, shared Liisa Pohjolainen, who is in charge of youth and adult education in Helsinki – the capital city at the forefront of the reform program, ―This is going to be a big change in education in Finland that we’re just beginning.‖ The education system, though appearing to be radical, is quite logical, explained Pasi Silander, the city’s development manager, ―What we need now is a different kind of education to prepare people for working life. Young people use quite advanced computers. In the past the banks had lots of bank clerks adding up figures but now that has totally changed. We therefore have to make the changes in education that are necessary for industry and modern society.‖ How does Finland plan to carry out the method of ―teaching by topic‖? Evidently holistic vocational training and cumulative skill development take up precedence over(优先于) ―lessons.‖ Those in their late teens are already being engaged in what Finland refers to as ―teaching by topic. ‖For example, ―cafeteria services‖ lessons will include elements of finance, languages (to help serve foreign customers), writing skills and communication skills. Students will slowly be taught cross-subject topics which would contain varying elements of multiple ―subjects.‖ These elements will vary as per the ―topic‖ or ―skill‖ the student is learning. Apart from the same, students will move away from the traditional sitting and evaluation techniques as well. Students will sit in smaller groups and work together to solve problems, improving upon their communication skills. They won’t be made to sit in rows and asked questions individually to assess their progress. Instead, a group whose cooperative efforts bring out results faster will be promoted. The education system needs a thorough reform, owing to the fact that traditional teaching techniques were based on primitive tools that were quite limited in availability and accessibility. With modern world being extensively connected, isn’t it time the students learned how to step ahead of mere fact-based learning that promotes memory expansion rather than mental development?
Finland Schools Drop ―Subjects‖—―Topics‖ Will Be Discussed Instead
A complete and fundamental change to the education system
● The education department will (71) ▲ the old method of ―teaching by subject‖ with ―teaching by topic.‖
will be given to vocational training
and cumulative skill development rather than ―lessons‖. (72) ▲ to carrying out the reform ● Cross-subject topics (74) ▲ varying elements of various ―subjects‖ will be taught to students. ● Students will sit and study in small groups where they are encouraged to (75) ▲ with each other to bring out results.
● The development of industry and modern society (77) ▲ for reforms in education system. (76) ▲ behind the reform ● Primitive tools on which traditional teaching were based had some (78) ▲ , so the education system needs reforming thoroughly. ● Different countries are extensively (79) ▲ to each other, and it is high time for students to learn to (80) ▲ from mere memory expanding to mental developing.
第五部分：书面表达（满分 25 分）
阅读下面的短文，并按照要求用英语写一篇 150 词左右的文章。 The Ant and the Grasshopper(蚱蜢） In a field one summer’s day a Grasshopper was hopping about, chirping and singing to her heart’s content. An Ant passed by, carrying with great effort an ear of corn. He was taking it to his nest. ―Why not come and chat with me,‖ said the Grasshopper, ―instead of carrying and toiling in that way?‖ ―I am helping to lay up some food for the winter,‖ said the Ant, ―and recommend you to do the same.‖ ―Why bother about winter?‖ said the Grasshopper, ―we have got plenty of food at present.‖ But the Ant went on his way and continued his toil. When a cold, frosty winter day came, the Ant was dragging out some of the corn which he had laid up in the summer-time, to dry it. The Grasshopper, half consumed with hunger, begged the Ant to give her a morsel of it to preserve her life. ―What were you doing,‖ said the Ant, ―this last summer?‖ ―Oh,‖ said the Grasshopper, ―I was not idle. I kept singing all the summer long.‖ Said the Ant, laughing and shutting up his granary: ―Since you could sing all summer, you may dance all winter.‖ Winter finds out what summer lays by. 【写作内容】 1. 用约 30 个词概括这段短文的内容； 2. 用约 120 个单词发表你的观点，内容包括： （1）这则寓言所隐含的寓意； （2）简要谈谈你的感想。 【写作要求】 1. 概述故事或提供论据时，不能直接用原文原句； 2. 作文中不能出现真实的姓名和学校名称； 3. 不必写标题。 【评分标准】 内容完整，语言规范，语篇连贯，词数适当。
2015 届高三第三次模拟考试 英语参考答案
I.听力理解： （1*20=20 分） 1-5 CACBA 6-10 ACBBA 11-15 ACACA 16-20 CCBBC
II.单项填空：（1*15=15 分） 21-25 CADBA 26-30 CDBCB 31-35 CBAAC
III. 完型填空：（1*20=20 分） 36-40 CACDA 41-45 BDABD 46-50 CCABC 51-55 BCADB
IV. 阅读理解：（2*15=30 分） 56-57 AB 58-60 DBA 61- 64 ABDC 65-70 BDAACD
V. 任务型阅读：（1*10=10 分） 71. substitute / replace 72. Approaches / solutions 73. Priority 74. containing / with 75. cooperate / work 76. Reasons / Causes / Facts 77. calls 78. limitation(s) / disadvantages / drawbacks / weaknesses /shortcomings 79. connected 80. transform / switch / change VI. 书面表达：（25 分） The grasshopper just enjoyed herself by singing all the summer. Thus she had nothing to eat in the winter. Meanwhile, the ant planned ahead, working hard to lay up enough food for the winter.（34 words） It is obvious that the fable provides a moral lesson about hard work and preparation for the future. First, one needs to work hard to realize his dream just as the famous saying goes ―Hard work leads to success‖, which is a universal truth that we must keep in mind forever. Second, we’d better prepare for the days of necessity. As more proverbs illustrate, take an umbrella in case. As for me, I admire the ant for his hard work and good planning. As a senior three student, it is necessary to go all out and make good preparations for college entrance examination and life in the future. My future is not just a dream. (120 words) 附：书面表达阅卷评分标准参考 一、用约 30 字概括（6 分）；
二、阐述自己的观点（8 分）； 三、举例说明支撑你的观点（6 分）； 五、文章层次、句式结构、衔接过渡语（3 分）； 六、书写规范、卷面整洁（2 分）
听力录音： Text 1： M: I hope it’ll be fine tomorrow. I’m going boating with Tom. W: Oh, I think it will be fine. M: Are you sure? W: Yes. I heard it on the radio. Text 2： W: Why are you so late? It’s 8 o’clock now. The film has been on for half an hour. M: I’m sorry. I was caught in a traffic jam. Text 3： W: Which is your favorite TV channel? M: I like to watch the sports channel. W: Don’t you watch any other channels? M: Sometimes I also watch discovery, history and some news channels. Text 4： W: Why are you leaving so early? The movie doesn’t start till seven. M: You know, it’s a nightmare on the expressway during rush hour. Text 5 W: How about a little tennis? Say Saturday or Sunday? M: It sounds great. It seems like all I have been doing lately is sitting in front of the computer. Text 6： M: What do you want to do for your birthday, Emmy? W: Let’s have a party, Ted. M: A party with dancing, drinks, foods and the like? W: ⑥I was thinking more about a dinner party. M: OK, why not? How many people should we invite? W: We’d better make it a small party. I don’t want to clean up after fifty people. M: Neither do I. Hey, shall we invite the Browns? W:⑦ You don’t really want to invite them, do you? M: But Frank invited us to his last party, remember? W: Yes, he and his wife talked too much.
Text 7： M: So you’re sure that everything is on schedule? W: The decorations are up, the music is going and the Santa is on his way from Denver now. Relax, this will be the best Christmas party ever. M: I don’t mess this up. ⑧ The boss will be here any minute to check over what we’ve created here. If he doesn’t like it, it could mean our jobs. W: Darn, I guess I should have gotten him a gift then… Anyway, there’s no possible way that anything could go wrong. The dancers are arriving soon. The musicians and cooks arrived last night. M: Great. W: You need to relax and enjoy the party. Let me get you a drink. M: Yeah, that would be great. Thanks. ⑨ And could you get that Santa on the phone too? I want to talk to him and make sure he’s on his way before I do anything else. Text 8： M: Your study room has been one of the most popular meeting places for university students. How did this all start? W: ⑩It all started a year ago when I was preparing for my final examinations. I was looking for a place to study. I couldn’t stand the dark unfriendly feeling of the library. I preferred a comfortable and sunny study room, so I rented the top floor of an old house near the university. Then word spread and my friends started turning up. It was a great place to relax, talk and share ideas. They even started leaving their books behind and leaving some money for the things they used, like coffee and pens. M: Is that what made you think of turning it into a book café ? W: Maybe, yeah. I also don’t want a stressful nine-to-five job. (11)I’m trying to find a lifestyle that suits me. (12)And I think there’s a need for relaxing places like this for people—especially students—to eat, talk and have fun without spending too much money. If the feeling of the place is right, people will come to the café. Anyway, it’s more than just a business decision. It’s also a decision about the lifestyle I want to have and about trying to c reate something new and different. Text 9： M: Miki, when you were in college, where did you live? W: My first year! I lived in the dormitory that was quite close to the campus. (13)It was very convenient but I’m not sure that many people actually enjoyed living there because there were so many of us packed into such a small space. M: Yeah, so what about food? Did you have a kitchen? Did you cook? W: In the dormitories, no! (14)We had a dining hall. It was only open, 3 hours in the morning, 3 hours in the evening, and we all shared our time together, kind of like a family, I suppose. M: Yeah! Yeah! How would you wash your clothes? W: (15)That I forget! I think we had laundry machines every other floor in the dorm building. But I actually don’t remember. Sorry! M: And what would students do for fun? W: Oh, I think the bigger question is whether students did anything besides social activities, you know. I mean, if you’re a freshman the chances of you actually doing work are actually quite
small, especially in that sort of a social setting where… M: Even at Berkeley? W: Oh, are you kidding me? (16)Yes! Berkeley is highly competitive but it’s also a highly social atmosphere, especially in the dorms. M: Wow! That’s funny! Oh, thanks! Text 10： M: (17)Welcome to Golden Cruise Lines! This is your captain speaking, and I’d like to take a minute to tell you some exciting things about our trip. (18)We’ll be together for the next two weeks, and we’ve got plenty of entertainment options for you. For starters, the two pools on the top deck are open 24 hours a day, and at night when the lights come on, we’ll have live music for you to enjoy as well. (19)Our six restaurants offer food from all over the world, and the best part is that you can eat whenever you want! On the bottom floor, you can take your pick of bars, clubs, and movie theaters, (20)and the fitness center and sports facilities on the second floor will help you burn off all those calories you ate at lunchtime! Be sure to visit our spa for the massages and skin treatments that your body deserves! I know this is a lot to take in, so if you have any questions, just look for one of our friendly staff with the bright golden hats. They’ll be happy to assist you. (17)Thanks again for choosing Golden Cruise Lines. We hope you enjoy this voyage!