河北省衡水中学 2012～2013 学年高三年级六模考试 英语试卷
本试卷分第Ⅰ 卷（选择题）和第Ⅱ 卷(非选择题)两部分，共150分，考试时间120分钟。 注意事项： 1.答题前，考生务必将自己的姓名、考号用铅笔涂写在答题卡上。 2.每小题选出答案后，用铅笔把答题卡上对应题目的答案标号涂黑。如需改动，用橡皮擦 干净后，再选涂其它答案标号。 3.二卷试题用黑色中性笔作答
。 第一卷（选择题 共 115 分） 第一部分 听力 (共两节，满分 30 分) 第一节： (共 5 小题；每小题 1.5 分，满分 7.5 分) 听下面 5 段对话。每段对话后有一个小题，从题中所给的 A、B、C 三个选项中选出最 佳选项，并标在试卷的相应位置。听完每段对话后，你都有 10 秒钟的时间来回答有关小题 和阅读下一小题。每段对话仅读一遍。 1. What are the speakers mainly talking about? A. A library B. A writer C. A book 2. Where is George now? A. In Germany B. In Canada C. In Italy. 3. How are the prices in the restaurant? A. Reasonable B. High C. Low 4. What did the woman do last night? A. She attended a lecture. B. She went to the hospital. C. She made a speech going on education. 5. Where is the woman probably going on Sunday? A. To an art exhibition B. To a museum C. To a wedding 第二节（共 15 小题：每小题 1.5 分，共 22.5 分） 听下面 5 段对话或独白。每段对话或独白后有几个小题，从每题所给的 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. What does the woman plan to do? A. Go to college. B. Work as a designer. C. Take up hairdressing. 7. What do we know about the woman? A. She always follows her parents? advice. B. She likes to meet people. C. She isn?t keen on working. 听第 7 段材料，回答第 8 至 10 题。 8. What are the speakers looking for? A. A fire station. B. A place to eat. C. A college. 9. Where did the fire probably break out? A. At a classroom B. At a library C. At a cafeteria 10. What are the speakers doing next?
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A. Going to town B. Staying home. C. Going to a bakery. 听第 8 段材料，回答第 11 至 13 题。 11. Why does the woman call the boy? A. To see if he has time to welcome new students. B. To find out if the book she ordered is in. C. To ask him to attend a Students? Union meeting. 12. What does the woman say about the new students? A. They will need new textbooks. B. They usually arrive on the weekend. C. Many of them work full time. 13. What does the man offer to do? A. Leave work early if he can. B. Take Ruth?s place as a tour guide. C. Help out when he has time. 听第 9 段材料，回答第 14 至 16 题。 14．What does the woman say about the Statue of Liberty? A. Beautiful. B. Exciting. C. Dirty. 15. What does the woman think of the hotel? A. Not bad. B. Not good. C. Too noisy. 16. Where does the woman come from? A. Canada. B. The UK. C. The US. 听第 10 段材料，回答第 17 至 20 题。 17. Where was Frost born? A. In New England B. In Boston. C. In San Francisco 18. When did Frost become friendly with Edward Thomas? A. Between 1924 and 1943. B. Between 1912 and 1915. C. Between 1943 and 1963. 19. Which was published in 1914? A. Steeple Bush B. A Boy’s Will. C. North of Boston. 20. What does the speaker ask the listeners to do next? A. Read a poem. B. Study a novel. C. Write a letter. 第二部分 英语知识运用 (共二节，满分 45 分) 第一节： 单项填空 (共 15 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 15 分) 21. —He has a lot of friends who have a lot in________ common with himself. —Indeed. Birds of ________ feather flock together. A. the, \ B. the, a C.\, a D. a, the
22．The job is not very rewarding ________ money, but he is getting valuable experience from it. A. in terms of B. in favor of C. in case of D. in charge of
23. －Peter, would you like a coffee to go with your sandwich ? －Sure, it ________. A. ordered B. was ordered C. has been ordered D. has ordered 24. Various optional courses being available, we can choose ________ based on our own interest. A. either B. each C. one D. it 25. —How come you are always staring at me this morning? —You look stupid! The way you wear is________ annoys me most. A. which B. where C．how D. what 26. ________ in a top-level university abroad is what many students wish for.
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A. Educated B. Being educated C. To educate D. Educating 27. The boy managed to climb out of the car, ________ unhurt． A. regularly B．extremely C．frequently D．apparently 28. Mary is lovely, kind and full of energy. ________, I can?t speak too highly of her. A. As a result B. By the way C. In a word D. On the contrary 29. I think you should complain — ,of course, you are happy with the way things are. A. if B. unless C. as D. because 30. Everybody in the village likes Jack because he is good at telling and________ jokes. A. turning up B. taking up C. making up D. showing up 31. Children who are over-protected by their parents may become ________. A. hurt B. spoiled C. damaged D. harmed 32. —He?s got our tickets. —That?s good I ________afraid that he ________them. A. am; has forgotten B. was; had forgotten C. was; forget D. am; will forget 33. They moved to England in 2007 and lived in a big house, ________to the south. A. the windows of which opened B. the windows of it opened C. its windows opened D. the windows of which opening 34. Some young people these days just ________ go out of their homes to contact the real world． A. mustn?t B. won?t C. mightn?t D. shouldn?t 35.—Have you got time on Friday? —________ A. It's certain. B. Of course not. C. Why? I'll stay at home. D. You can say that again. 第二节：完形填空（共 20 小题；每小题 1.5 分，满分 30 分） 阅读下面短文，掌握其大意，然后从各题所给的 A、B、C、D 四个选项中，选出最佳选 项。 One weekend afternoon I toured an art museum while waiting for my husband to finish a business meeting．I was looking forward to a quiet 36 of the splendid artwork． A young 37 viewing the paintings ahead of me 38 nonstop between themselves．I watched them a moment and decided the lady was doing all the talking． admired the man's I 39 for putting up with her 40 stream of words． 41 by their noise, I moved on． I met them several times as I moved 42 the various rooms of art．Each time I heard her continuous flow of words, I moved away 43 . I was standing at the counter of the museum gift shop making a 44 when the couple approached the 45 ．Before they left, the man 46 into his pocket and pulled out a white object．He 47 it into a long stick and then 48 his way into the coatroom to get his wife's jacket． "He's a 49 man, " the clerk at the counter said．" Most of us would give up if we were blinded at such a young age． During his recovery, he made a promise his life wouldn't change． So, as before, he and his wife come in 50 there is a new art show．" "But what does he get out of the art?" I asked．"He can't see．" "Can't see! You're 51 ． sees a lot． He More than you and I do," the clerk said． "His wife 52 each painting so he can see it in his head．" I learned something about patience, 53 and love that day． saw the patience of a young I wife describing paintings to a person without 54 and the courage of a'' husband who would not 55 blindness to change his life． And I saw the love shared by two people as I watched this couple walk away, their arms intertwined． 36．A．view B．touch C．wander D．stare 37．A．lady B．couple C．man D．clerk 38．A．yelled B．argued C．screamed D．chatted 39．A．attempt B．independence C．patience D．wisdom
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40．A．constant B．vivid C．casual D．vague 41．A．Adopted B．Adapted C．Disturbed D．Conducted 42．A．from B．to C．towards D．through 43．A．anxiously B．quickly C．urgently D．sensibly 44．A．comment B．purchase C．decision D．profit 45．A．exit B．entrance C．front D．queue 46．A．plugged B．reached C．held D．bent 47．A．lengthened B．made C．brought D．broadened 48．A．led B．found C．tapped D．forced 49．A．generous B．rough C．smart D．brave 50．A．wherever B．whatever C．whenever D．whichever 51．A．unique B．silly C．equal D．wrong 52．A．decorates B．draws C．shoves D．describes 53．A．kindness B．pride C．courage D．enthusiasm 54．A．sight B．support C．expectation D．confidence 55．A．get B．allow C．hope D．cause 第三部分 阅读理解（共 20 小题；每小题 2 分，满分 40 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。 A The writer Margaret Mitchell is best known for writing Gone with the Wind, first published in 1936. Her book and the movie based on it, tell a story of love and survival during the American Civil War. Visitors to the Margaret Mitchell House in Atlanta, Georgia, can go where she lived when she started composing the story and learn more about her life. Our first stop at the Margaret Mitchell House is an exhibit area telling about the writer?s life. She was born in Atlanta in 1900. She started writing stories when she was a child. She started working as a reporter for the Atlanta Journal newspaper in 1922. One photograph of Ms. Mitchell, called Peggy, shows her talking to a group of young college boys. She was only about one and a half meters tall. The young men tower over her, but she seems very happy and sure of herself. The tour guide explains: “Now in this picture Peggy is interviewing some boys from Georgia Tech, asking them such questions as ?Would you really marry a woman who works?? And today it?d be ?Would you marry one who doesn?t?? ” The Margaret Mitchell House is a building that once contained several apartments. Now we enter the first floor apartment where Ms. Mitchell lived with her husband, John Marsh. They made fun of the small apartment by calling it “The Dump ” . Around 1926, Margaret Mitchell had stopped working as a reporter and was at home healing after an injury. Her husband brought her books to read from the library. She read so many books that he bought her a typewriter and said it was time for her to write her own book. Our guide says Gone with the Wind became a huge success. Margaret Mitchell received the Pulitzer Prize for the book. In 1939 the film version was released. It won ten Academy Awards, including Best Picture. 56. The book Gone with the Wind was _________. A. first published on a newspaper B. awarded ten Academy Awards C. written in “The Dump” D. adapted from a movie 57. The underlined phrase “tower over” in Paragraph 2 is closest in meaning to_________.
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A. be very pleased with B. show great respect for C. be much taller than D. show little interest in 58. Why did Ms. Mitchell stop working as a reporter according to the passage? A. Because she was rich enough. B. Because she was injured then. C. Because her husband didn?t like it. D. Because she wanted to write books. 59. Which is the best title for the passage? A. Gone with the Wind: A Huge Success. B. Margaret Mitchell: A Great Female Writer. C. An Introduction of the Margaret Mitchell House. D. A Trip to Know Margaret Mitchell. B Ridgewood is a small, quiet town 20 miles from Manhattan. It is a typical suburban town, perfect for raising children away from the fast pace of the city. However, some Ridgewood kids feel as upset as if they were on the city?s busy streets. In addition to hours of homework, Ridgewood?s children are occupied with afterschool activities — from swimming to piano to religious classes. Out of desperation one day, the town decided to schedule another activity. This one was called “Ridgewood Family Night — Ready, Set, Relax!” Instead of schedules filled with sports, music, or overtime at the office, some of the town?s 25,000 residents decided to take the night off and stay home. For a few months before Family Night, a committee of volunteers worked hard to spread the word. Younger students took “Save the Date for Me” leaflets home to their parents. The mayor issued a statement, and schools and clubs agreed to cancel homework and meetings so families could relax and be together. The tension between a hope for a more relaxed lifestyle and the knowledge that the benchmark for success has been raised in recent years weighs heavily on the minds of the townspeople. Some parents like to recall a different kind of childhood, one without so many scheduled afterschool activities. However, these same parents feel obliged to make sure their children are prepared to survive in today?s high-pressure work environment. They are afraid that any gap in their children?s physical or intellectual development might mean they won?t be admitted to the “right” universities and won?t succeed in a more and more competitive world. Nevertheless, it seems that Family Night worked, at least to a point. Cars moved easily around Ridgewood?s normally busy downtown streets, and stores and restaurants saw a drop in business. Some families ate supper together for the first time in months. Initially, there was great hope of taking back their lives. But sadly, few families believe that one night will change their lives. Many are sure that they will fall back into the habit of over-scheduling their children to be overachieving adults. 60. The writer describes Ridgewood as a town where ________. A. residents take little notice of education B. children are stressful and over expected
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C. parents are concerned about children?s safety D. children lead a life of relaxed, ordinary rhythms 61. According to the passage, which of the following is NOT true about the Family Night? A. Schools assigned no homework. C. The streets were less crowded. B. Fewer people ate in the restaurants. D. People enjoyed meeting each other.
62. According to the passage, the parents in Ridgewood ________. A. have conflicting desires about what experiences to offer their children B. are happy with the lifestyle they have chosen for themselves and the children C. believe that it is their duty to make a change for the stressful life style D. are worried about their children?s lacking of big ambition 63. We may get the conclusion from the passage that ________. A. the concept of Family Night will become a regular part of life in Ridgewood B. Ridgewood people believe the Family Night will change their way of living C. Family Night is not as popular as people have originally thought D. schools are worried about students being given too much free time C A newly-published study has shown that loneliness can spread from one person to another, like a disease. Researchers used information from the Framingham Study, which began in 1948. The Framingham Study gathers information about physical and mental health, personal behavior and diet. At first, the study involved about 5,000 people in the American state of Massachusetts. Now, more than 12,000 individuals are taking part. Information from the Framingham Study showed earlier that happiness can spread from person to person. So can behaviors like littering and the ability to stop smoking. University of Chicago psychologist John Cacioppo led the recent study. He and other researchers attempted to show how often people felt lonely. They found that the feeling of loneliness spread through social groups. Having a social connection with a lonely person increased the chances that another individual would feel lonely. In fact, a friend of a lonely person was 52% more likely to develop feelings of loneliness. A friend of that person was 25% more likely. The researchers say this shows that a person could indirectly be affected by someone?s loneliness. The effect was strongest among friends. Neighbors were the second most affected group. The effect was weaker on husbands and wives, and brothers and sisters. The researchers also found that loneliness spread more easily among women than men. The New York Times newspaper reports that, on average, people experience feelings of loneliness about 48 days a year. It also found that every additional friend can decrease loneliness by about five percent, or two and a half fewer lonely days. Loneliness has been linked to health problems like depression and sleeping difficulties. The researchers believe that knowing the causes of loneliness could help in reducing it. The study suggests that people can take steps to stop the spread of loneliness. They can do this by helping individuals they know who may be experiencing loneliness. The result can be helpful to the whole social group. 64. What is TRUE about the Framingham Study? A. It was only conducted in 1948. B. It involves more than 12,000 participants. C. It was led by John Cacioppo. D. It showed that any behavior could spread. 65. Which statement about the spread of loneliness is true? A. The spreading effect was the second strongest among friends. B. No spreading effect was found on husbands and wives.
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C. Women are more likely to be affected than men. D. Brothers are more easily affected than neighbors. 66. What is the main idea of the passage? A. Actions should be taken to help lonely people. B. People feel lonely for many reasons. C. Ways to fight against loneliness. D. Lonely people can affect others. D Since the end of World War I(WWI) in 1918, Canadians, and millions of others around the world have paused at the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month to honour the sacrifice our soldiers have made in different ways, fighting for the freedoms that we all enjoy today. Known as Remembrance Day, the day originated as a tribute to the soldiers of WWI, a dark period for our young country, which claimed the lives of over 60,000 military personnel and civilians and over 16 million dead worldwide. As there are no more surviving soldiers of WWI, today we rely on the wisdom and words of those soldiers who fought in the wars that followed and this day now also recognizes their heroic contribution. They tell us to always remember what those brave souls fought for, and all they ask in return is that we never forget. That?s why we wear the red poppy(罂粟花)；that?s why when we see a soldier in uniform we should stop him or her and say “Thank you”; that?s why we take a pause from our busy lives for two short minutes today to honor that request. Yet this message is fading away, year after year. Take for example the terrible decision to allow parents to excuse students from Remembrance Day ceremonies at school. Not only is this disrespectful, it distances the student from his or her classmates. It is difficult to understand why any Canadian parent would want to remove their child from the time-honored tradition of reading the poem in Flanders Fields, while a wreath of poppies is laid. It is more important than ever to teach school-aged children about our history, no matter how violent it was. Sheltering them from the realities of war is a great disservice. Understanding why conflicts happened, or happen today can help shape choices and decisions they make as adults. Of course, because we live in a free society, we cannot force an individual to do something. It is unfortunate, but some parents now have their child “opt-out” of the services. These people should be reminded they are free to make such choices only because of the men and women the rest of us are remembering. 67. Which of the following is NOT mentioned as a Remembrance Day activity today? A. Stopping at 11a.m. to remember the war dead. B. Listening to stories told by WWI soldiers. C. Wearing a red poppy to show respect. D. Showing gratitude to soldiers in uniform. 68. What can we learn from the passage? A. War history is too violent for school children B. The writer was once a soldier in the Canadian army C. Few students are willing to take part in Remembrance Day ceremonies. D. More parents are keeping their children away from frightening war stories. 69. The underlined word “It” in the last paragraph probably refers to_______. A. the death of so many soldiers in wars B. the fact that there were so many wars after WWI. C. people?s ungratefulness for the freedom they have.
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D. removing children from Remembrance Day events. 70. The writer believes that ______. A. the sacrifice of the soldiers should always be remembered. B. Remembrance Day is becoming less important for soldiers. C. school no longer think Remembrance Day is necessary. D. people should be forced to learn about the realities of war. 第二节： 根据短文内容，从短文后的选项中选出能填入空白处的最佳选项，选项中有两项 为多余选项。 （请把本题答案涂在答题卡上，若所用的答题卡没有 E、F、G 选项，则选 E 涂为 AB，选 F 涂为 AC，选 G 涂为 AD。 ） Tiffany, a 16-year-old girl, was very shy. Last September, her best friend, Sophie, moved abroad with her family because she had to continue her studies in America. She even said she would not come back for at least a few years. 71 “I was really sad the moment I heard the bad news and I didn?t know what to do”, Tiffany recalled （回忆）. “I shut myself in my room for a whole week. It was then that my aunt took me to a sports club one Saturday and I saw so many young people playing various sports there. I signed up for a beginner?s course in volleyball and since then I have been playing this sport. Now I practice twice a week there. It is wonderful playing sports in this club and I have made lots of friends as well. 72 ” The most basic aim of playing sports is that you can improve your health even if you are not very good at sports. 73 Tiffany used to be a very quiet girl. Since she joined the sports club, she has opened up herself and now she has become very active and enjoys meeting and talking with others. For most people, that is one of the attractions of joining a sports club. You can get to know other young people who have similar interests. 74 You go in for sports and it is easier to understand your partners on the same team. Now Tiffany is quite popular with her friends and she has also gained more confidence. 75 The mind needs exercise as well as the body. A. Try to do regular sports. B. Tiffany became lonely and helpless. C. You can find what you?re really interested in. D. It was three years later that Sophie came back. E. You don?t have to sit down and talk to strangers. F. What?s more, I feel I am much healthier than before. G. In addition, you can get to know a circle of people at your age while playing sports. 第四部分：写作（共两节，满分 35 分） 第一节：短文改错（共 10 小题，每小题 1 分，满分 10 分） （请在答题纸上作答，否则无 效） 下面短文中有 10 处语言错误。请在有错误的地方增加、删除或修改某个单词。 增加：在缺词处加一个漏字符号（∧ ，并在该漏字符号下写上该加的词。 ） 删除：把多余的词用斜线（ \ ）划掉。 修改：在错的词下划一横线，并在该横线下写上修改后的词。 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（从第 11 处起）不计分。
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例如: It was very nice to get your invitation to spend ∧weekend with you. Luckily I was the am completely free then, so I?ll to say “yes”. I?ll arrive in Bristol at around 8 p.m. in Friday evening. on
Last Saturday, mom and I went to buy a down jacket for my grandpa. When we got to a big store, we saw down jackets of vary colours and styles. There were so many of them that it spent us quite a while to decide which one to buy. Finally, under the help of the shop assistant, he selected a black thick jacket for grandpa. Immediately, we returned back home to show it to my grandpa. Seeing it, he was very happy and couldn?t wait to put on. But we were annoying to find something was wrong with the zipper. Hurriedly, I took it back to the store and explained the shop assistant the problem To my satisfaction, she is very kind and helped me choose another one patiently. Stand in front of the mirror, my grandpa looked at himself in the new coat, smiling contently. How delighted I was! 第二节：书面表达（满分 25 分） （请在答题纸上作答，否则无效）
假如你是李华，你的一位美国朋友 Jane 在中国学习中文两年，即将回国，你 们准备为她举办欢送会。请根据以下内容，给她写一封不少于 100 词的 e-mail: 写作要点： 1.祝贺她顺利通过考试，她的学习进步很大，为他骄傲： 2.感谢她帮助你们学习英语； 3.邀请她参加欢送会，并告知欢送会相关事宜。 1）时间：星期六晚六点； 2）地点：阳光俱乐部（the Sun Club）302 房间； 3）路线：在她所住宾馆乘坐 332 路公共汽车可直达。 参考词汇：欢送会 farewell party 邮件的开头和结尾已给出，不计入总词数。 Dear Jane, Congratulations on your passing all the exams.
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I wish you success and fulfillment in the years ahead. Yours, Li Hua
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第一节：短文改错（共 10 小题，每小题 1 分，满分 10 分） 下面短文中有 10 处语言错误。请在有错误的地方增加、删除或修改某个单词。 增加：在缺词处加一个漏字符号（∧ ，并在该漏字符号下写上该加的词。 ） 删除：把多余的词用斜线（ \ ）划掉。 修改：在错的词下划一横线，并在该横线下写上修改后的词。 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（从第 11 处起）不计分。 Last Saturday, mom and I went to buy a down jacket for my grandpa. When we got to a big store, we saw down jackets of vary colours and styles. There were so many of them that it
spent us quite a while to decide which one to buy. Finally, under the help of the shop assistant, he selected a black thick jacket for grandpa. Immediately, we returned back home to show it to my grandpa. Seeing it, he was very happy and couldn?t wait to put on. But we were annoying to find something was wrong with the zipper. Hurriedly, I took it back to the store and explained the shop assistant the problem To my satisfaction, she is very kind and helped me choose another
one patiently. Stand in front of the mirror, my grandpa looked at himself in the new coat, smiling contently. How delighted I was!
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Dear Jane, Congratulations on your passing all the exams.
I wish you success and fulfillment in the years ahead. Yours, Li Hua
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听力：1-5 CABBC 6-10CBBCA 11-15ABCAB 16-20BCBCA 单项选择 21-25CACCD 26-30BDCBC 31-35BBABC 第二节 完形填空（共 20 小题；每小题 1．5 分，共 30 分） 36-40.ABDCA 41-45CDBBA 46-50.BACDC 51-55DDCAB 阅读理解 56—59 CCBD 60-63BDAC 64~66 BCD 67~70. BDDA 71-75 BFGE A 短文改错： Last Saturday, mom and I went to buy a down jacket for my grandpa. When we got to a big store, we saw down jackets of vary colours and styles. There were so many of them that it various spent us quite a while to decide which one to buy. Finally, under the help of the shop assistant, took with he selected a black thick jacket for grandpa. Immediately, we returned back home to show it we to my grandpa. Seeing it, he was very happy and couldn?t wait to put ∧ But we were on. annoying it annoyed to find something was wrong with the zipper. Hurriedly, I took it back to the store and explained ∧ shop assistant the problem. To my satisfaction, she is very kind and helped me choose the another to was one patiently. Stand in front of the mirror, my grandpa looked at himself in the new coat, smiling Standing contently. How delighted I was! 书面表达 One possible version: Dear Jane, Congratulations on your passing all the exams. I am delighted you have really made great progress in your two years of studying in China. We are proud of you and we all appreciate your help with our English. It?s a pity that you have to go back soon, so a farewell party for you will be held in Room 302 in the Sun Club at 6:00 pm this Saturday evening. We sincerely hope you will have a good time together. By the way, you may take Bus No.332 in front of your hotel and it will take you directly to the club. I wish you success and fulfillment in the years ahead.
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作文评分细则: 1. 五个档次给分。 2.根据内容和语法确定所属档次，然后按档次要求衡量确定或调整，最后给分。 3.少于 80 或大于 120 字，总分减 2 分。 4.注意的内容为：要点，词汇语法结构的数量，准确性及上下文的连贯性。 5.拼写与标点视其影响程度以考虑。英美用法，词汇均可接受。 6.书写较差影响阅读，降低一个档次。 要点： 1.祝贺她顺利通过考试，她的学习进步很大，为他骄傲： 2.感谢她帮助你们学习英语； 3.邀请她参加欢送会。 4.时间：星期六晚六点； 5.地点：阳光俱乐部（the Sun Club）302 房间； 6.路线：在她所住宾馆乘坐 332 路公共汽车可直达。 五档次： 21--25 覆盖所有要点，语言些许错误，应用句间连接成分连接紧凑，较强语言应用能 力。 16--20 漏一个要点，但覆盖所有内容，语法词汇基本正确，些许错误，应用句间连接 成分，结构紧凑。 11---15 漏掉一些内容，但覆盖主要内容，有一些语法词汇错误，但不影响理解。 6---10 漏掉或未描述清楚主要内容，语法词汇单调，错误影影响理解。缺少连贯性。 1--5.明显漏要点，写无关内容。未理解题要求。缺连贯。
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