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杭高 2013 学年第二学期高三第六次月考英语试卷
注意: 所有答案一律做在机读卡和答卷页上; 不得使用字典, 文曲星等工具。 机读卡请正确填涂(两填三涂):考号为:试场号(01 至 22)+座位号(01 至 30) , 共 4 位;请分别用水笔填好姓名和考号, 用 2B 铅笔涂好 4 位考号(前 4 格! ! )和 考试科目——英语。 说明:本试卷考试时间 120 分钟,满分 120 分。 选择题部分(共80分) 第一部分:英语知识运用 (共两节,满分30分) 第一节: 单项填空 (共20小题;每小题0.5分,满分10分) 1. --- I wonder if I could pay the bill by check. --- ______. The card machine has just broken down. A. No problem B. Take your time C. Never mind D. I’m sorry 2. ______ those troublesome messages, you’d better not give out your number to anyone whom you don’t know. A. Avoiding B. Avoided C. Having avoided D. To avoid 3. ---I acquired ______ Van Gogh from a businessman from Paris the other day. ---Really? Are you sure it ’s ______ real one? A. /, a B. /, the C. a, a D. a, the 4. All the pictures in this book, ______ otherwise stated, come from those taken by Miss Brown. A. unless B. until C. even if D. as if 5. It gave me a strange feeling of excitement to see my name in _____. A. news B. print C. publication D. press 6. It is reported that a storm is on its way, but the weather today is ______ warm and sunny. A. frustratingly B. fortunately C. surprisingly D. hardly 7. He likes to make a list of ______ she wants to buy before shopping. A. which B. that C. whether D. what 8. The show opens next Monday. Between now and then we ______ it in the school hall every day. A. will be practicing B. practice C. are practicing D. have practiced 9. The lecture was so complex that I simply couldn’t ______ at all. Could you explain it to me? A. bring on B. bring in C. take on D. take in 10.This is a kind of effective classroom teaching ______ students learn independently and cooperatively. A. where B. which C. what D. when 11. The US federal government has released 252 applications so far, ______ fields including education and health care. A. covered B. to cover C. covering D. having covering 12. The finance minister has not been so _____ since he raised taxes to such a high level. A. popular B. well-known C. favorable D. preferable 13. The woman insisted that she ______ the mobile phone but none of the supermarket guards would believe her.

A. should not have stolen B. should not steal C. not have stolen D. had not stolen 14. ______ we talk to each other, I feel happy. A. Every time when B. Every time that C. Every time D. Every time which 15. One of the tourists ______ from the tour group. That was why the tour guide lost his temper. A. kept away B. broke away C. took away D. gave away 16. The younger policeman was leaning ______ the wall with his arms folded when he heard someone for help. A. beyond B. above C. beneath D. against 17. Your daughter would ______ a famous singer---she has a great gift for music. A. make B. turn C. serve D. shape 18. Flying kites, ______ some researchers point out, can not only bring about joy to us, but also promote our physical and mental health. A. which B. what C. as D. where 19. The palace is heavily guarded, because inside its walls ________. A. where sit the European leaders B. the European leaders there sit C. sit the European leaders D. that the European leaders sit 20. You __________ football after school. Why not go home and do your homework first? A. always played B. have always played C. are always playing D. have always been playing 第二节:完形填空 (共 20 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 20 分) 阅读下面短文,掌握其大意,然后从第 21—40 各题所给的四个选项(A、B、C 和 D)中, 选出最佳选项,并在答题卷上将该项涂黑。 I’d meant to go to Miros that day. I’d packed my bag and was ready. The motor-boat 21 in on time. The sky was cloudy, but the wind wasn’t too strong for the two-hour 22 . I stood at my window, staring at the boat. Then I lost 23 of her, an old light-house partly blocked my view of the harbor. A dozen passengers were 24 their way there. I was about to join them --- when a man’s face 25 at the light-house window. This was strange, because the light-house had been empty, unused and 26 for thirty years. It was stranger still --- because I’d seen that 27 before. I couldn’t place it but it was, or had once been, familiar to me. I opened my window and 28 across. “I know we’ve met before, but I can’t remember where.” I 29 him to open his if he could and answer me. He did neither. The face behind the glass 30 motionless (静止). Seeing him more clearly now, I knew he was not looking at me. He seemed to be looking upwards, 31 the clouds. How well I’d known that face, sometime, somewhere! I 32 again. “We met years ago. Was it in Athens in the 1950s? I used to live in Plaka.” He didn’t reply nor give any 33 that he’d heard. I went back further, to 34 I was in the navy. “Perhaps we met at sea during the war,” and that thought at once 35 him to mind. Commander Leftis! He was Commander Leftis of course! How could I have forgotten? I’d saved his life once. But surely he … The motor-boat 36 her bell. I turned my eyes. The wind had risen, but she was pulling 37 . Laughing, I called, “Now I’ve missed her, and it’s your 38 , Commander!”

As the boat drew away, the face at the window faded. 39 minute it was there. Looking up, I could see the whites of the eyes. The 40 minute it was gone. Well, I didn’t rush to the light-house. I knew that Leftis was dead. He died at sea in 1963 or 1964. But there’s one other thing I ought to tell you: the motor-boat never reached Miros. It was lost in a storm, with all the passengers. 21. A. reached B. arrived C. went D. came 22. A. voyage B. crossing C. travel D. boating 23. A. sight B. way C. patience D. chances 24. A. searching B. finding C. making D. hurrying 25. A. placed B. existed C. occurred D. appeared 26. A. locked B. opened C. rebuilt D. chained 27. A. man B. face C. window D. light-house 28. A. jumped B. ran C. shouted D. screamed 29. A. expected B. hoped C. believed D. asked 30. A. became B. remained C. seemed D. grew 31. A. through B. after C. for D. at 32. A. persuaded B. repeated C. tried D. continued 33. A. suggestion B. answer C. sign D. action 34. A. when B. which C. where D. how 35. A. kept B. brought C. caused D. changed 36. A. beat B. rang C. turned on D. put on 37. A. up B. down C. in D. out 38. A. problem B. question C. duty D. fault 39. A. Each B. Every C. One D. Some 40. A. next B. rest C. other D. last 第二部分:阅读理解(第一节 20 小题,第二节 5 小题;每小题 2 分,共 50 分) 第一节:阅读下列短文,从每题所给的四个选项(A、B、C 和 D)中,选出最佳选项,并在 答题卷上将该选项标号涂黑。 A It all began with a stop at a red light. Kevin Salwen was driving his 14-year-old daughter, Hannah, back from a sleepover in 2006 . While waiting at a traffic light, they saw a black Mercedes Coupe on one side and a homeless man begging for food on the other. “Dad, if that man had a less nice car, that man there could have a meal.”Hannah protested. The light changed and they drove on, but Hannah was too young to be reasonable. She pestered (纠缠)her parents about inequity, insisting that she wanted to do something. “What do you want to do?” her mom responded. “Sell our house?” Warning! Never suggest a grand gesture to an idealistic teenager. Hannah seized upon the idea of selling the luxurious family home and donating half the proceeds to charity, while using the other half to buy a more modest replacement home. Eventually, that’s what the family did. The project —crazy, impetuous (鲁莽的) and utterly inspiring — is written down in detail in a book by father and daughter scheduled to be published next month: “The Power of Half.” It’s a book that, frankly, I’d be nervous about leaving around where my own teenage kids might find it. An impressionable child reads this, and the next thing

you know your whole family is out on the street. At a time of enormous needs in Haiti and elsewhere, when so many Americans are trying to help Haitians by sending everything from text messages to shoes, the Salwens offer an example of a family that came together to make a difference — for themselves as much as the people they were trying to help. In a column a week ago, it described neurological evidence from brain scans that unselfishness lights up parts of the brain normally associated with more primary satisfaction. The Salwens’ experience confirms the selfish pleasures of selflessness. Mr. Salwen and his wife, Joan, had always assumed that their kids would be better off in a bigger house. But after they downsized, there was much less space to retreat to, so the family members spent more time around each other. A smaller house unexpectedly turned out to be a more family-friendly house. 41. The best title for the passage should be “______”. A. The Less, the Better B. An Expected Satisfaction C. Something We Can Live Without D. Somewhat Crazy but Inspiring 42. What does the underlined word “inequity” most probably mean in Paragraph 3? A. Unfairness. B. Satisfaction. C. Personal attitude. D. Reasonable statement. 43. What does the underlined sentence “Never suggest a grand gesture to an idealistic teenager.” means? ______ A. Never give a quick answer to an idealistic teenager. B. Unless a child is realistic, never give an answer immediately. C. Give an answer if the child is reasonable. D. Don’t respond to a child's demands firmly without consideration. 44. What can we learn from the last paragraph? A. The Salwens regretted selling their house. B. The relationship between the family members of the Salwens is much closer. C. Small houses can bring happiness. D. The Salwens intend to buy another big house. 45. Which of the following statements is TRUE according to the passage? A. Mercedes Coupe is only an ordinary car which is quite cheap. B. Unselfishness has nothing to do with people’s primary satisfaction. C. Hannah asked her parents to do something charitable and they sold their house. D. The writer’s children asked him to sell their house. B Have you ever picked a job based on the fact that you were good at it but later found it made you feel very uncomfortable over time? When you select your career, there's a whole lot more to it than assessing your skills and matching them with a particular position. If you ignore your personality, it will hurt you long-term regardless of your skills or the job’s pay. There are several areas of your personality that you need to consider to help you find a good job. Here are a few of those main areas; 1) Do you prefer working alone or with other people? There are isolating jobs that will drive an outgoing person crazy and also interactive jobs that will make a shy person uneasy. Most people are not extremes in either direction but do have a

tendency that they prefer. There are also positions that are sometimes a combination of the two, which may be best for someone in the middle who adapts easily to either situation. 2) How do you handle change? Most jobs these days have some elements of change to them, but some are more than others. If you need stability in your life, you may need a job where the changes don't happen so often. Other people would be bored of the same daily routine. 3) Do you enjoy working with computers? I do see this as a kind of personality characteristic. There are people who are happy to spend more than 40 hours a week on a computer, while there are others who need a lot of human interaction throughout the day. Again, these are extremes and you'll likely find a lot of positions somewhere in the middle as well. 4) What type of work environment do you enjoy? This can range from being in a large building with a lot of people you won't know immediately to a smaller setting where you'll get to know almost all the people there fairly quickly. 5) How do you like to get paid? Some people are motivated by the pay they get, while others feel too stressed to be like that. The variety of payment designs in the sales industry is a typical example for this. Anyway, these are a great starting point for you. I've seen it over and over again with people that they make more money over time when they do something they love. It may take you a little longer, but making a move to do what you have a passion for can change the course of your life for the better. 46. What is unnecessary in your job hunting? A. Assessing your skills B. Going to different areas C. Matching your skills with a position D. taking your personality into consideration 47. Which of the following is TRUE according to the passage? A. Isolating jobs usually drive people mad. B. Interactive jobs make people shy easily. C. Extreme people tend to work with others. D. Almost everyone has a tendency in jobs. 48. What does the underlined sentence in paragraph one mean? A. Before you select your job, you should assess your skills and match them with your position B. There are more important things than assessing skills and match them with the position when you select job. C. Nothing is important than assessing skills and match them with the position when you select job. D. You should ignore your skills when you select job. 49. What is the missing word about a job search in the following chart? A. Design. B. Changes. C. Cooperation. D. Hobbies.

skills ?
Jobs

Stability

Motivation

Environment

50.What is the best title for this passage? A. Lifestyles and Job Pay C. Job Skills and Abilities

B. Jobs and Environment D. Personalities and Jobs C The latest research suggests that the key factor separating geniuses from the merely accomplished is not I.Q., a generally bad predictor of success. Instead, it’s purposeful practice. Top performers spend more hours practising their craft. It you wanted to picture how a typical genius might develop, you’d take a girl who possessed a slightly above average language ability. It wouldn’t have to be a big talent, just enough so that she might gain some sense of distinction. Then you would want her to meet, say, a novelist, who coincidentally shared some similar qualities. Maybe the writer was from the same town, had the same family background, or shared the same birthday. This contact would give the girl a vision of her future self. It would hive her some idea of a fascinating circle who might someday join. It would also help if one of her parents died when she was 12, giving her a strong sense of insecurity and fueling a desperate need for success. Armed with this ambition, she would read novels and life stories of writers without end. This would give her a primary knowledge of her field. She’s be able to see new writing in deeper ways and quickly understand its inner workings. Then she would practise writing. Her practice would be slow, painstaking and error-focused. By practising in this way, she delays the automatizing process. Her mind wants to turn conscious, newly learned skills into unconscious. Automatically performed skills. By practising slowly, by breaking skills down into tiny parts and repeating, she forces the brain to internalize a better pattern of performance. Then she would find an adviser who would provide a constant stream of feedback, viewing her performance form the outside, correcting the smallest errors, pushing her to take on tougher challenges. By now she is redoing problems — how do I get characters into a room—dozens and dozens of times. She is establishing habits of thought she can call upon in order to understand or solve future problems. The primary quality our young writer possesses is not some mysterious genius. It’s the ability to develop a purposeful, laborious and boring practice routine; the latest research takes some of the magic out of great achievement. But it underlines a fact that is often neglected. Public discussion is affected by genetics and what we’re “hard-wired” to do. And it’s true that genes play a role in our capabilities. But the brain is also very plastic. We construct ourselves through behaviour. 51. The passage mainly deals with . A. the function of I.Q. in cultivating a writer B. the relationship between genius and success C. the decisive factor in making a genius D. the way of gaining some sense of distinction 52. By reading novels and writers’ stories, the girl could . A. come to understand the inner structure of writing B. join a fascinating circle of writers someday C. share with a novelist her likes and dislikes D. learn from the living examples to establish a sense of security

53. In the girl’s long painstaking training process, ________. A. her adviser forms a primary challenging force to her success B. her writing turns into an automatic pattern of performance C. she acquires the magic of some great achievement D. she comes to realize she is “hard-wired” to write 54. What can be concluded from the passage? A. A fueling ambition plays a leading role in one’s success B. A responsible adviser is more important than the knowledge of writing. C. As to the growth of a genius, I.Q. doesn’t matter, but just his/her effort. D. What really matters is what you do rather than who you are. D I have only once been in trouble with the law. The whole process of being arrested and taken to court was a rather unpleasant experience at the time, but it makes a good story now. What makes it rather disturbing was the arbitrary circumstances both of my arrest and my subsequent fate in court. It happened in February about twelve years ago. I had left school a couple of months before that and was not due to go to university until the following October. I was still living at home at the time. One morning I was in Richmond, a suburb of London near where I lived. I was looking for a temporary job so that I could save up some money to go traveling. As it was a fine day and I was in no hurry, I was taking my time, looking in shop windows, strolling in the park, and sometimes just stopping and looking around me. It must have been this obvious aimlessness that led to my downfall. It was about half past eleven when it happened. I was just walking out of the local library, having unsuccessfully sought employment there, when I saw a man walking across the road with the obvious intention of talking to me. I thought he was going to ask me the time. Instead, he said he was a police officer and he was arresting me. At first I thought it was some kind of joke. But then another policeman appeared, this time in uniform, and I was left in no doubt. “But what for?” I asked. “Wandering with intent to commit an arrestable offence.” he said. “What offence?” I asked. “Theft.” he said. “ Theft of what?” I asked. “Milk bottles,” he said, and with a perfectly straight face too! “Oh,” I said. It turned out there had been a lot of petty thefts in the area, particularly that of stealing milk bottles from doorsteps. Then I made my big mistake. At the time I was nineteen, had long untidy hair, and regarded myself as part of the sixties’ “youth counterculture”. As a result, I wanted to appear cool and unconcerned with the incident, so I said, “How long have you been following me?” in the most casual and conversational tone I could manage. I thus appeared to them to be quite familiar with this sort of situation, and it confirmed them in their belief that I was a thoroughly disreputable (品行不端的)character. A few minutes later a police car arrived.

“Get in the back,” they said. “Put your hands on the back of the front seat and don’t move them.” They got in on either side of me. It wasn’t funny any more. At the police station they questioned me for several hours. I continued to try to look worldly and familiar with the situation. When they asked me what I had been doing, I told them I’d been looking for a job. “Aha,” I could see them thinking, “unemployed”. Eventually, I was officially charged and told to report to Richmond Magistrates’ Court the following Monday. Then they let me go. I wanted to conduct my own defense in court, but as soon as my father found out what had happened, he hired a very good lawyer. We went along that Monday armed with all kinds of witnesses, including my English teacher from school as a character witness. But he was never called on to give evidence. My “trial” didn’t get that far. The magistrate (法官) dismissed the case after fifteen minutes. I was free. The poor police had never stood a chance. The lawyer even succeeded in getting costs awarded against the police. And so I do not have a criminal record. But what was most shocking at the time was the things my release from the charge so clearly depended on. I had the “right” accent, respectable middle-class parents in court, reliable witnesses, and I could obviously afford a very good lawyer. Given the obscure nature of the charge, I feel sure that if I had come from a different background, and had really been unemployed, there is every chance that I would have been found guilty. While asking for costs to be awarded, my lawyer ’s case quite obviously revolved (回转) around the fact that I had a “brilliant academic record”. Meanwhile, just outside the courtroom, one of the policemen who had arrested me was gloomily complaining to my mother that another youngster had been turned against the police. “You could have been a bit more helpful when we arrested you,” he said to me reproachfully (责 备地). What did he mean? Probably that I should have looked outraged and said something like, “Look here, do you know who you’re talking to? I am a highly successful student with a brilliant academic record. How dare you arrest me!” Then they, probably, would have apologized perhaps even taken off their caps, and let me on my way. 55. Judging from the first paragraph, the writer’s attitude towards his story is _______. A. angry B. sad C. amused D. more than just one of the above 56. The first man who came up to him was ______. A. a uniformed policeman B. a policeman in plainclothes C. not a policeman D. a good joker 57. The court never asked the author’s English teacher to give evidence because _______. A. the time for the trial was limited to fifteen minutes only B. the author wanted to conduct his own defense in court C. the case was dismissed before the trial reached that stage D. he was found to be unqualified as a character witness 58. The author believes that he would most probably have been declared guilty if _______. A. the magistrate had been less gentle B. he had really been out of work C. he had been born in a lower— class family D. both B and C 59. In the opinion of one of the policeman who had arrested the author, the whole thing might

not have occurred if ______. A. he had protested strongly at the time B. he had begged to be allowed to go home C. he hadn’t wandered aimlessly D. he had tried to look cool 60. We can see from the passage that the author ______. A. has broken the law only once B. has never broken the law C. has broken the law on more than one occasion D. once broke the law without knowing it 第二节:下面文章中有 5 处(第 61-65 题) 需要添加小标题。请从以下选项(A、B、C、D、E、F)中选出符合各段意思的小标题,并 在答题纸上将相应选项的标号涂黑。选项中有多余选项。 A. How to deal with listening practice B. Class atmosphere matters a lot in learning C. Monitoring activities is one of the main tasks of teachers D. How to evaluate student performance E. Group work needs organizing properly F. Communication skills play a big role in language learning Both instructors and learners can get benefits from the following learning strategies as long as they are properly made use of in language learning. 61. The information presented in this section focuses on specific conversation, discussion, or presentation skills. The activities arc generally self-explanatory, with students expressing opinions, making decisions, solving problems, planning presentations, and so on. Engaged in these activities, students have the possibility of communicating with each other in class. This section also includes lists of expressions used to illustrate different language functions, such as agreeing, disagreeing, and asking for clarity in order to help students expand their knowledge of English. 62. In a speaking or listening course, students’ anxieties can affect their learning. For this reason, it is important to establish a friendly, relaxed classroom environment. It may help students 10 think of the classroom as a laboratory where they can experiment and take risks with the language. In such circumstances, students should realize that errors are a natural and expected part of learning a language. In addition, one of the goals of this pan is to encourage students to examine their awn opinions and values while at the same time showing respect for the opinions and values of others. 63. ________ Many of the activities in this section involve the students’ cooperating work in class. Generally, such an activity taken up by four members seem to work the best. Groups of three or five members may also be effective, depending on the activity. The first unit includes guidelines for organizing group work, with students taking on the following roles: leader, reader, summarizer, reporter, and observer(if necessary). Organizing all activities in this way makes the course truly learner-centered since students must take fall responsibility for carrying out each activity. As for

seating, group members should arrange their seats or chairs in a small circle to encourage interaction. 64. ________ Being a teacher, in the course of group activities, you should circulate from group to group, which helps ensure that students are on task and are using English. While you should not participate in pair or group activities, you need to stay involved in what the students are doing. One important reason to circulate during activities is to keep track of the kinds of problems students have, such as grammatical accuracy, fluency, word choice, pronunciation and intonation discussion strategies, etc. However, it is generally not effective to correct students’ errors when they are involved in an activity. The most practical way to deal with communication problems is to make notes of what you observe as you arc circulating. You can then use this information to provide feedback after the activity or to develop future lessons. 65. ________ At the beginning of the course, when they need to build up their confidence, students benefit most from encouragement and positive comment. If possible, you’d rather not grade the students fust few efforts at speaking in a group or to the class. Many students suffer such anxiety in speaking situations that any criticism at this stage can have the opposite effects. Commenting on students’ work does not necessarily mean grading them on the scene Even if the programs requires formal grades, you should try to put off assigning grades until later in the term. (非选择题,共 40 分) 第三部分:写作(共二节,满分 40 分) 第一节:短文改错(共 10 小题;每小题 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(∧) ,在其下面写上该加的词。 删除:把多余的词用斜线(\)划掉。 修改:在错的词下划一横线,并在该词下面写上修改后的词。 注意:1. 每处错误及其修改均仅限一词; 2. 只允许修改 10 处,多者(从 11 处起)不记分。 A visitor visits an island where two tribes live. One tribe always tells the truth and an other always lies. The truth tellers live on the western side of the island, and those which lie live on the eastern side. The visitor wants determine whether the native beside he is a truth teller or not by ask only one question. He asks the native, “Go or ask the native in the distance which side of the island he lives to.” When the messenger returned, he says, “He said he lives on the western side of the island.” Is the messenger a truth teller or not one? How can the visitor be surely? 第二节:书面表达(满分 30 分) 假设你是王平,李华是你的同窗好友,请根据下列要点,用英文给李华写一篇毕业留言。 要点:1. 简要表述李华在你心目中的印象; 2. 用一到两个相关的事例进行具体描述; 3. 对他李华表示美好的的祝愿。 注意:1. 内容积极向上,语意连贯,结构完整。词数 120 左右。 2. 不能写成诗歌形式;不能使用真实姓名和学校名称。

3. 开头已给出。 Dear Li Hua, It’s time to say goodbye. ________________________________________________

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第三部分:写作(共二节,满分 40 分) 第一节:短文改错(共 10 小题;每小题 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(∧) ,在其下面写上该加的词。 删除:把多余的词用斜线(\)划掉。 修改:在错的词下划一横线,并在该词下面写上修改后的词。 注意:1. 每处错误及其修改均仅限一词; 2. 只允许修改 10 处,多者(从 11 处起)不记分。 A visitor visits an island where two tribes live. One tribe always tells the truth and an other always lies. The truth tellers live on the western side of the island, and those which lie live on the eastern side. The visitor wants determine whether the native beside he is a truth teller or not by ask only one question. He asks the native, “Go or ask the native in the distance which side of the island he lives to.” When the messenger returned, he says, “He said he lives on the western side of the island.” Is the messenger a truth teller or not one? How can the visitor be surely?

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Dear Li Hua, It’s time to say goodbye. ______________________________________________________ __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ ________________________________________________________________________________ Yours, Wang Ping

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Key. 1-5 DDCAB 6-10 CDADA 11-15 CADCB 16-20 DACCC 21-25 DBACD 26-30 ABCAB 31-35 DCCAB 36-40 BDDCA DADBC BDBCD CABD DBCDAB FBECD Key: An- the; which- who; wants + to; he - him; ask - asking; or- and; to- on; returned- returns; one; surely- sure 【参考答案】 Dear Li Hua, It’s time to say goodbye. It’s time to recall those beautiful days we spend together. You are the very person who gives me a hand when necessary. You are the most considerate person who knows exactly what I need. Still remember that night two years ago? When I suddenly fell ill, it was you who carried me on your back to a nearby hospital. You took good care of me while I was having an injection. Later, you managed to help me with my lessons. Without your help, I would have failed in the examination. I still have hundreds of stories to share with you. I still have thousands of blessings for you. May all your dreams come true! May our friendship last till the end of the universe.! Yours, Wang Ping

投稿 QQ:2355394684 重金征集:浙江、福建、广东、广西、山西、黑龙江各校高中期中、期末、月考试题



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