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上海市黄浦区2016届高三英语4月第二次模拟考试试题


黄浦区 2016 年高考模拟考 英语试卷
(完卷时间:120 分钟 满分: 150 分) 2016 年 4 月 14 日下午 第 I 卷 (共 103 分) I. Listening Comprehension Section A Directions: In Section A, you will hear ten short conversations between two speakers. At the end of each conversation, a question will be asked about what was said. The conversations and the questions will be spoken only once. After you hear a conversation and the question about it, read the four possible answers on your paper, and decide which one is the best answer to the questions you have heard. 1. A. March. July. 2. A. By car foot. 3. A. Choose a new dentist. C. Make an appointment with her dentist. brush her teeth. 4. A. A bus driver. C. A post office clerk. salesperson. 5. A. Close the window. C. Lock the suitcase. 6. A. Take a day off from work. office. C. Find more people to help with the move. time. 7. A. Find a larger room. C. Buy two bookshelves. 8. A. He wants to spend more time with his family. B. He doesn’t think he is capable of doing the job. C. He thinks the pay is too low to support his family. D. He doesn’t enjoy business trips as much as he used to. 9. A. The man is willing to help the woman. B. The man is losing patience with the woman. C. The woman will let Bob chat with the man. D. The man has already finished his project. 10. A. The woman believes that Peter can give up smoking. B. Peter finds it easy to give up smoking. C. Peter has not given up smoking. D. Peter has convinced the woman that he can give up smoking. B. Sell the old table. D. Rearrange some furniture. D. Move to a new place at free B. Prepare their clothes. D. Call a taxi. B. Go and join the people in the B. An airline ticket agent. D. A department store B. Cure the pain by herself. D. Ask for the right way to B. By bus. C. By train. D. On B. May. C. June. D.

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Section B Directions: In Section B, you will hear two short passage s, and you will be asked three questions on each of the passages. The passages will be read twice, but the questions will be spoken only once. When you hear a question, read the four possible answers on your paper and decide which one would be the best answer to the question you have heard.

Question 11 through 13 are based on the following passage.
11. A. Now teleshopping is popular in almost every country in the world. B. People can shop things from the biggest European company on TV. C. Frenchmen spend about $ 2 0 million a year buying things on TV. D. More TV channels can open for telebusiness in America. 12. A. They have to stay at home and watch TV. B. They think it’s a new way of buying things. C. They are not sure about the quality of the goods. D. They worry about the safety of their personal information. 13. A. Popularity of teleshopping. teleshopping. C. Future of teleshopping. teleshopping. D. Convenience of B. Advantages of

Question 14 through 16 are based on the following p assage.
14. A. Her weight was above average. C. She got a stomachache. sleeping. 15. A. She didn’t take medicine as the specialist asked. B. She was sensitive to what she ate, breathed and touched. C. She avoided some of the things that make her healthy. D. Her roommates couldn’t understand her well. 16. A. She has graduated from Cambridge. B. She is not confident about her future job. C. She plans to move to London and find a job there. D. She has to depend on sleeping pills at night. D. B. She had good memory. She had no trouble

Section C Directions: In Section C, you will hear two longer conversations. Each conversation will be read twice. After you hear the conversation, you are required to fill in the numbered blanks with the information you have heard. Write your answers on your answer sheet. Blanks 17 through 20 are based on the following conversation. Complete the form. Write ONE WORD for each answer.
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A plan for a family outing Activities Preparations A list of things Go swimming and have a 17 . Dad: Go and have a look at the car. Mom and Bill: 18 up things for the afternoon. Sunglasses, the 19 ball, camera, the swimming suits, a blanket, some bottled water and the 20 .

Blanks 21 through 24 are based on the following conversation. Complete the form. Write NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS for each answer. What does the girl want to do? Why does the man ask the girl for her student ID card? How much should the girl pay? When can the girl pay the money? She wants to pay her 21 . 22 on the

He needs to check it and computer. 23 in all.

She can either pay it now or at the end of 24 .

II. Grammar and Vocabulary Section A Directions: After reading the passages below, fill in the blanks to make the passages coherent and grammatically correct. For the blanks with a given word, fill in each blank with the proper form of the given word; for the other blanks, that best fits each blank. (A) Garlic Garlic, a common seasoning found in many different types of food, has a long medical and mythical history. References to garlic (25)___________(find) in Chinese texts that are dated as far back as 3000 BC. The physician Hippocrates used garlic in ancient Greece (26)_________(treat) infections and physical disorders. In many parts of ancient world, garlic was thought to avoid unfriendly spirits, treat wounds (27)_______ ________ _______ protect against disease. Roman soldiers believed that garlic brought them courage and energy. They took it with them when they went into battle. Egyptians fed garlic to their servants when they built pyramids. They thought that it gave the workers strength. They also believed that garlic had magical and medicinal powers in the Middle Ages, people thought that garlic prevented the plague(瘟疫). People have praised the virtues of garlic for centuries. Garlic’s popularity
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use one word

began to decline in the early years of the twentieth century, but its reputation (28)_________(restore) in recent years. It is now a valuable cash crop in the state of California. Nearly a half-billion pounds of garlic are produced there each year. The city of Gilroy, California, considers (29)_________ the garlic capital of the world. Each year, the city hosts the Gilroy Garlic Festival in honor of the crop. Some doctors are studying garlic’s effects as a defense (30)_________ some forms of cancer. Others are exploring its possibilities for treating arthritis. Garlic has also received praise for its ability to lower high levels of cholesterol(胆固醇). (31)_________ some of the medicinal benefits of garlic have yet to be proven, it is certain (32)_________ many people enjoy the flavour that it adds to food.

(B) The illegal sale and use of drugs Despite the respect of most Americans for law and the determination of the legal system to protect the rights of individuals, the United States, like all other countries, does experience crime. Especially in large cities, the crime rate (33)_______ be high. A high percentage of crime in the United States is directly related to the illegal sale and use of drugs. Drugs are smuggled into the country by (34)________(organize) groups despite intense efforts by the government to stop the illegal drug trade. Drug abuse in the U.S. has come to be regarded as one of (35)________(challenging) social problems facing the nation. The drug issue always excites strong emotions of American (36)_________ drug abuse is regarded as a major threat to American society, particularly to its younger members. Drug abuse is a social problem as it has (37)_________ wide range of social costs. For example, drug is closely related with crime, automobile accidents. Those (38)__________ become addicted to drug use sometimes rob or break into houses or stores to steal money to pay for the drugs. It has serious effects on individuals physically and mentally, (39)_________ the economic losses caused by drug abuse are great. Drug use has caused great concern in the United States. The federal government has worked hard to stop the (40)___________(grow) of drug plants in other countries. It has also set up special agencies, sometimes working with agencies from other nations, to catch the smugglers outside and inside the United States. Teachers and many citizens work together to teach children about the dangers of drug use. Many
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government agencies in the states and private citizen groups work to help drug addicts give up their drug use and turn to useful lives. Section B Directions: Complete the following passage by using the words in the box. Each word can only used once. Note that there is one word more than you need.

A. lowering

B. conditions

C. warning

D. seemingly

E. inconclusive

F. frequently

G. reactions

H. alternative

I. interestingly

J. properties

K. mixing

Not so far in the distant past a study on water pollution found that common, everyday makeup products being washed down the drain was ending up in well and drinking water. Now a study has found that people pollute themselves. Many of the pollutants are linked to cancer and other serious health cause of this pollution? Common household items, 42 41 . What’s the key , appear to be used

more by women than men. These include makeup, hair spray and commercial, chemically-made perfumes. These are perfumes that are 43 advertised as having

some sort of beneficial effect on the body and are even suggested as a replacement for natural essential oils. Studies on the effectiveness of fragrance oils and health benefits have been 44 , something neglected to be mentioned. If the chemical

scent has cancer-causing properties, it may not make sense to try and use it for helping you sleep or 45 your blood pressure. Manufacturers argue that the risk

is non-existent as the levels of chemicals found in the tests were so small. However, with over 60 chemicals being found, many of which were non-existent before the turn of the century, researchers make note that these chemicals may be enough to cause problems. Since the products mentioned are often used by women, it leaves one to wonder if conditions, 46 unheard of before the turn of the century, are linked to

man-made chemicals? Perfumes in particular, when chemical, have been linked to asthma(哮喘) and other sensitive 47 order manufacturers to place 48 . Some groups are asking the government to labels on each bottle. 49 to commercial

Essential oils and real fragrance oils provide a wonderful

fragrances. They also have other properties and effects on the body which have been scientifically proven. In addition, you can actually formulate your own scent quite easily! There are many books on perfume 50 and the use of essential oils, some

quite in-depth and others rather fun. Nowadays there are also many companies making
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perfumes from pure essential oils.

III. Reading Comprehension Section A Directions: For each blank in the following passages there are four words or phrases marked A, B, C and D. Fill in each blank with the word or phrase that best fits the context.

Education plays an extremely important role in our life and deeply impacts the society. However, how does society influence education? Before understanding the influence of society on education, we must 51

society. Society is an extended social group having a distinctive cultural and economic organization. It is characterized by patterns of relationships between individuals. It is a group of individuals who 52 a common system of customs,

values and laws. From the definition of society, it is clear that we human beings are its building thinking styles and 53 54 . As we interact with people, try to understand their patterns, we soon realize that there is so much to learn 55 of education. Don’t you think so?

from them. Society is the greatest We cannot 56

the impact of society on the education system alone. We need 57 development of an individual. Even

to understand the role of society in the

before we become a part of the education system, we start learning from our surroundings. And during the process of formal education, we 58 take

‘non-formal’ from society. Yes, our interactions with our fellow-beings, our observations about their social behaviour and our understanding of social norms us to face life. True, educational 60 59

, like schools, colleges and universities

play a very important role in our education. But, we cannot ignore the fact that we learn some of the important lessons of life from society. It would not be an exaggeration to say that the 61 process of learning begins at a point, which

marks the end of institutional education. Learning, as an individual, from your interaction with society, is a vital part of education. Society plays an important role in education and influences it, both positively and negatively. Social inequalities and unhealthy educational practices are some of the 62 influences of society on our lives. Customs and traditions 63

certain sections of society from exercising their fundamental rights and block the well-being of society, shatter the basic ideas of educaiotn and social awareness. Some social groups deny women’s right to education, while others force children to work, depriving (剥夺) them from a healthy environment, conducive to their growth
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and development. Education is one of the basic human rights. If social norms deprive certain strata(阶层)of society form progressing in life and come in the way of social welfare, it 64 the purpose of education. the

Society is an entity that cannot be separated from us. It is we who 65

society. It is entirely in our hands whether to add value to our education or devalue it. 51. 52. 53. 54. 55. 56. 57. 58. 59. 60. 61. 62. 63. 64. 65. A. know A. share A. extents A. cultural A. performer A. resist A. steady A. successfully A. encourage A. circumstances A. a ctual A. realistic A. confirm A. fulfills A. depend on B. B. B. B. B. B. B. B. B. B. B. B. B. B. B. define invent blocks traditional supervisor resolve future desperately impact contributions external opposing cultivate highlights make up C. C. C. C. C. C. C. C. C. C. C. C. C. C. C. recognize operate designs educational facilitator reserve lasting constantly prepare environments universal practical maintain defeats strive for D. D. D. D. D. D. D. D. D. D. D. D. D. D. D. analyze practice expenses behavioral opponent restrict overall surprisingly impose organization available invisible prevent describes deal with

Section B Directions: Read the following three passages. Each passage is followed by several questions or unfinished statements. For each of them there are four choices marked A, B, C and D. choose the one that fits best according to the information given in the passage you have just read. (A) Extremophiles(极端微生物) are organisms that have been discovered on earth that survive in environmen ts that were once thought not to be able to sustain life. These extreme environments include intense heat, highly acidic environments, extreme pressure and extreme cold. Different organisms have developed varying ways of adapting to these environments, but most scientists agree that it is unlikely that life on Earth originated under such extremes. Adapting to Extreme Heat In the 1960s, heat resistant bacteria were discovered in hot springs in Yellowstone National Park. This bacteria, thermus aquaticus thrives at temperatures of 70°C but can survive temperatures of 50°C to 80°C. A few years after these were discovered, other bacteria were found living under even more extreme conditions. Hydrothermal vents (热水流火山口) were discovered deep in the ocean and under such high pressure that the water boils at 340°C. It was a surprise
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to researchers to discover bacteria living and thriving in the vents at such extreme temperatures and pressures. Not only were there bacteria, but centimeters away where the water was cooler, was a complete ecosystem living off the bacteria. There were clams and tubeworms among other species. Adapting to Extreme Cold Other extremophiles have developed ways to cope with cold. Deep ocean water is as a fairly constant temperature of 2°C, but be cause of its salt content, in colder areas, ocean water can reach temperatures as low at -12°C without freezing. Extremophiles known as psychrophiles(低温微生物) are known to survive at these low temperatures. Different species have come up with different ways to survive these cold temperatures. Some have developed substances, such as glycerol (甘油) or antifreeze proteins which lower the freezing point of water by several degrees. The main danger to organisms of freezing is the damage caused by ice crystals as water freezes and expands. Some species of frogs and turtles have proteins which actually facilitate the freezing of body liquids. If the animal’s body liquids begin to freeze, a chain reaction is started and all of the body’s liquids freeze rapidly. This prevents the formation of ice crystals large enough to do any damage. Many kinds of microorganisms can survive freezing and thawing, as long as the problem of ice crystals is avoided. 66. An “ecosystem”(paragraph 2) can be best described as __________. A. an interacting community that contains both living and non-living organisms B. a large collective term for animals that eat bacteria C. different types of plants and animals that cooperate for food D. the place where temperatures and conditions are dangerous and extreme 67. The formation of large ice crystal is dangerous mostly because ___________. A. the animal can no longer breathe, and nutrient can’t be carried around the body B. proteins cause the animal’s body liquids to freeze C. the freezing and expansion of water could damage the animal’s organs D. the temperature inside the animal becomes too cold to survive in 68. Which of the following statements is FALSE according to the passage? A. Extremophiles live in environments other organisms cannot su rvive in. B. Extremophiles can survive in both acidic and high pressure environments. C. The thermophile lives in extremely high temperatures. D. Fresh water has a constant temperature of around 2° C. 69. The purpose of this article is to _____________. A. amuse and entertain scientists B. provide a personal opinion about an issue C. educate and inform readers D. predict the beginning of evolution

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(B) Gray Line Discover Brisbane and surrounds with Gray Line Brisbane. Their wide range of tours in air-conditioned coaches, combined with the guide’s expert knowled ge, ensures a day to remember. Brisbane City Morn ing Tour( tour B481) Departs: daily 9:00 am.

Adult

Concession

Child

$69 $67 $45 Returns:11:45 am. Discover this vibrant city with its charming architecture, colonial history and enjoy the sweeping views of the city and Brisbane River from Kangaroo Point Cl iffs.

· Cathedral Square ·Parliament House · Windmill ·Anzac Square ·City Hall ·Chinatown ·Captain Cook and Story Bridge
Brisbane Highlights with Koala Sanctuary (tour B492) Departs: daily 1:15 pm. Adult $76 Concessi on $74 Child $54

Returns: 5:00 pm. Tour the highlights of Brisbane and travel to Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary situated on the banks of the Brisbane River for a chance to get up close and personal with the animals.

· Queen Street Mall·Southbank· Anzac Square· Suncorp Stadium · Brewery · Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary and presentation · Mt Cootha Lookout
Sunshine Coast and Noosa( tour B464) Departs: Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday 8:45 am Adult Concession Child

$111 $106 $72 Returns: 5:30 pm. The Sunshine Coast is renowned for its magnificent seaside, sophisticated lifestyle, dining experience and shopping. Also includes a visit to Underwater World and a drive through Eumundi, famous for its historic buildings and scenic beauty.

·Noosa Heads

· Mooloolaba

· Underwater World · Ettamogah Pub
Adult $107 Concession $102 Child $67

Sunshine Coast and Montrille (tour B410) Departs: Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday 8:45 am.

Returns: 5:30 pm. This tour takes you through the rick heritage of the spectacular Sunshine Coast hinterland with vi sits to Montville famous for its craft shops and restaurants, and Mooloolaba.

· home to Underwater world · Village · Mooloolaba

Ginger Factory ·

Superbee ·

Montville

Prices includes fully air-conditioned touring, entry fees and CBD hotel pickup.
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Child policy: under 4 years- free of charge, 4-14 years – as quoted above. Exclusion date 25/12/16(for other dates please check with your consultant).

70. If you wish to complete two tours in one day, you would probably choose________. A. Sunshine Coast and Montville Tour and Brisbane Highlights with Koala Sanctuary Tour B. Brisbane City Morning Tour and Brisbane Highlights with Koala Sanctuary Tour C. Brisbane City Morning Tour and Sunshine Coast and Noosa Tour D. Sunshine Coast and Noosa Tour and Sunshine Coast and Montville Tour 71. Which of the following statements is TRUE according to the passage? A. Visitors may learn the colonial history of Brisbane River from Kangaroo Point Cliffs. B. Visitors may have a close look at animals in Sunshine Coast and Noosa Tour. C. If you want to vis it Underwater World, you may choose Brisbane City Morning Tour. D. If 2 adults and 2 children, aged 3 and 9, attend tour B410, they should pay $ 281. 72. What is the tone of this tour guide information booklet? A. Welcoming and humorous. B. Warm and inviting. C. Modest and initiative. D. Casual and compulsory. (C) When I returned to the common, the sun was setting. The crowd around the hole had increased, and stood out black against the lemon yellow of the sky—a couple of hundred people, perhaps. There were really, I should think, two or three hundred people elbowing one another, the one or two ladies there being by no means the least active. “He’s fallen in the hole!” cried someone. “Keep back!” said several. The crowd moved a little, and I elbowed my way through. Everyone seemed greatly excited. I heard a peculiar humming sound from the hole. “I say!” said Ogilvy; “help keep these idiots back. We don’t know what’s in the puzzling thing, you know!” The end of the cylinder(圆柱体) was being screwed out from within. I turned, and as I did so the screw(螺丝钉) must have come out, for the lid of the cylinder fell upon the ground with a ringing shock. For a moment that circular cavity seemed perfectly black. I had the sunset in my eyes. I think everyone expected to see a man emerge—possibly something a little unlike us earthly men, but in all essentials a man. But, looking, I presently saw something exciting within the shadow: clumsy movements, one above another, and then two disc-like eyes. Then something resembling a grey snake, about the thickness of a walking stick, climbed up out of the twisting middle, and moved in the air towards me—and then another. A sudden chill came over me. I stood frightened and staring. A big gray rounded bulk, the size, perhaps, of a bear, was rising slowly and painfully out of the
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cylinder. As it bulged up and caught the light, it looked like wet leather. Anyone who has never seen a living Martian can scarcely imagine the strange horror of its appearance. The peculiar V-shaped mouth with its pointed upper lip, the absence of brow ridges, the Gorgon groups of tentacles( 触手 ), the unstable breathing of the lungs in a strange atmosphere, the evident heaviness and painfulness of movement due to the greater gravitational energy of the earth—above all, the extraordinary intensity of the huge eyes, which was unforgettable—were at once vital, intense, inhuman, and monstrous. There was something fungoid in the oily brown skin, something in the clumsy deliberation of the tedious movements unspeakably nasty. Even at this first encounter, this first glimpse, I was overcome with disgust and dread. 73. Why was the crowd “elbowing one another” according to paragraph 1? A. There were no officials to control them. B. They were curious and wanted to get a good view of the hole. C. They were angry and trying to push people into the hole. D. They were trying to get away from the hole in fear. 74. The Martian shocked the narrator because__________. A. it did not look like the other Martians that had arrived earlier B. it arrived on Earth in a strange and nasty-looking cylinder C. it was moving surprisingly slowly for a Martian D. like most people, he had thought it would resemble a human 75. A “sudden chill” (paragraph 5) came over the narrator because________. A. the Martian was heading directly towards the crowd B. a cold tentacle had almost reached the narrator C. he saw the Martian’s terrifying features as it climbed out of the cylinder D. the sun had set and he suddenly noticed the night-time chill 76. What did the narrator find most impressive about the creature? A. The horrible shape of its mouth and face. B. Its long and strange tentacles. C. The way it moved in the Earth’s atmosphere. D. Its unusual large and intense eyes. 77. The description of the Martians implies that they are _______. A. cut e and charming B. friendly and cooperative C. frightening and probably dangerous D. ugly but unluckily misunderstood Section C Directions: Read the passage carefully. Then answer the questions or complete the statements in the fewest possible words. Although many companies offer tuition reimbursement( 偿 付 ), most companies reimburse employees only for classes that are relevant to their positions. This is a very limiting policy. A company that reimburses employees for all college credit

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course—whether job related or not—offers a service onot only to the employees, but to the entire company. One good reason for giving employees uncondi tional tuition reimbursement is that it shows the company’s dedication to its employees. In today’s economy, where job security is a thing of the past and employees feel more and more expendable, it is important for a company to demonstrate to its employees that it cares. The best way to do this is to make investments in them. In return, this dedication to the betterment of company employees will create greater employee loyalty. A company that puts out funds to pay for the education of its employees will get its money back by having employees stay with the company longer. It will reduce employ turnover(流动), because even employees who don’t take advantage of tuition reimbursement program will be more loyal to their company, just knowing that their company cares enough to pay their education. Most importantly, the company that has an unrestricted tuition reimbursement program will have higher quality employees. Although these companies do indeed run the risk of losing money on employees who go on to another job in a different company as soon as they get their degree, more often than not, the employees will stay with the company. And even if employees do leave after graduation, it generally takes several years to complete any degree program. Thus, even if the employee leaves upon graduating, throughout those years, the employer will have a more sophisticated, more intelligent, and therefore more valuable and productive employee. And, if the employee stays, that education will doubly benefit the company: Not only is the employee more educated, but now that employee can be promoted so the company doesn’t have to fill a high-level vacancy from the outside. Open positions can be filled by people who already know the company well. Though unconditional tuition reimbursement requires a significant investment on the employer’s part, it is perhaps one of the wisest investments a company can make. (Note: Answer the questions or complete the statements in NO MORE THAN TEN WORDS.) 78. According to the passage, what is unrestricted tuition reimbursement? 79. A company gives employees unconditional tuition reimbursement in order to___________. 80. Two most important results of unconditional tuition reimbursement are that the companies will probably____________. 81. If the employee stays after graduation, he will bring the company more benefits because___________.

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第 II 卷(共 47 分) I. Translation Directions: Translate the following sentences into English, using the words given in the brackets. 1. 在假期学生也能使用图书馆。(access)

2. 新政策会给我们带来好处还是危害还得拭目以待。(remain)

3. 让没有受过专业培训的人操纵机器是不负责任的行为。(who)

4. 如果我们换个角度来看问题,也许能找到切实可行的解决办法。(If)

5. 他有着如此坚强的意志,定会不遗余力,力争提前完成任务。(such? that)

II. Guided Writing Directions: Write an English composition in 120-150 words according to the instructions given below in Chinese. 上海迪士尼度假区(Shanghai Disney Resort)即将开幕,现正招募志愿者,假设你是李 华,给招募活动的联系人王先生写一封自荐信表达你的意愿。你的信必须包含以下内容: 1. 简述你写信的目的;

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2. 介绍自己的 2 项特长或优点,以及可提供的相关的志愿者服务内容; 3. 谈谈你对志愿者活动的认识。 黄浦区 2016 年二模参考答案 第I卷 I.Listening Comprehension 1-5 CBCCD 6-10 CDABC 11-13 CCA 14-16 CBB 17. barbecue 18. pack 19.beach 20. towels 21. library fines 22. scan her name 23. six dollars/6 dollars 24. The semester II. Grammar and Vocabulary 25. are found 26. to treat 29. itself 33. can 37. a 41-45 BIFEA 30. against 34. organized 38. who 46-50 DGCHK

27. as well as 31. Although/Though 35. the challenging 39. and most

28. has restored 32.that 36. because 40. growing

been

III. Reading Comprehension 51-55 BABDC 56-60 DDCCD 66-69 ACDC 78. 79. 80. 81. 70-72 BDB

61-65 ABDCB 73-77 BDCDC

To reimburse/Reimburse employees for all college credit courses show the company’s dedication to its employees create greater employee loyalty and have higher quality employees he is more educated and fit for a high-level vacancy 第 II 卷

I. Translation 1. Students have access to the library during the vacation too. 2. Whether the new policy will do us harm or good remains to be seen. 3. It is irresponsible/ not responsible to allow someone who hasn’t received/had professional training to operate the machine. 4. If we view the problem from a different angle, we might be able to find a practical solution. 5.He has such a strong will that he is sure to spare no effort/ make every effort and try to finish the task in advance/ ahead of time. II. Guided Writing 略

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