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绍兴一中 2015 学年第二学期回头考
高三英语笔试部分
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. — Excuse me, could you please turn down the music a little? It’s too loud.

—___. A. Oh, it’s my honor to do so B. Never mind. I like music C. Sorry. I didn’t know your were studying D. Thank you. It’s kind of you 2. Towards ___ evening after school, ___ icy rain began to fall and the road became slippery. A. the; an B. /; an C. an; an D. an; the 3. Wang Ping flashed a switch on a computer screen, and a table and some chairs rose ___ the floor as if by magic. A. from B. under C. from under D. from up 4. This winter, there was a heavy snow in our province; the farmers say that it___ to be a good harvest. A. supposes B. expects C. proposes D. promises 5. As is known to us all, ___ in a good atmosphere is what all parents wish for. A. the children educated B. the children are educated C. the children’s being educated D. the children to be educated 6. –Don’t _____ this plan to the public until we give you the go-ahead. –OK. I will not. A. release B. relate C. retell D. relieve 7. What a pity! A few minutes earlier, the students ___ the first bus. A. had caught B. were to caught C. have caught D. could have caught 8. The girl conquered her fear and ___ the enormous spider in sight of it last night. A. took up B. picked up C. put up D. set up 9. –The difficult maths problem has been solved by Tom at last. – Indeed; and the ___ way Tom worked out the problem impressed the teacher deeply. A. outstanding B. unique C. particular D. strange 10. Eventually the two sides reached an agreement ___ could not be taken the place of. A. whose the details B. the details of whose C. whose details D. of which details 11.___ the machine’s enormous size, it runs smoothly and noiselessly. A. For good B. For ever C. For all D. For sure 12. It is confirmed that a person can not be actually pleased if ___ he appreciates doing is ignored by the company as of no value. A. when B. that C. what D. where 13. We will hold a meeting to sum up our experience ____ we finish our task. A. in case B. even though C. despite D. immediately 14.— He speaks Chinese very well.

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— It’s not surprising. He ___ in Beijing for nine years next week. A. has been living B. has lived C. will have been lived D. will have been living 15. — Many drugs have been forbidden recently. — Actually. But the scientists say that before a new drug ___ on humans, plenty of studies___. A. can be tested; are needed B. can test; are needed C. can be tested; need D. can test; need 16. In universities in China, classes are often arranged in more flexible___ and a lot of jobs are offered to the students after graduation. A. patterns B. ranks C. grades D. scales 17. The boy tried to stretch the shoes, but still his feet didn’t ___ them. A. fit into B. go for C. take on D. make from 18. Job interviews are carried out ___ face to face in four cities including Hangzhou, Ningbo, Wenzhou and Shaoxing in Zhejiang province every year. A. slightly B. officially C. extremely D. completely 19. —The weather turns out to be fine. — We can depend on ___ that the goods will be shipped to the flooded area on time. A. it B. / C. this D. which 20. — Do you guess living in such a quiet countryside has advantages? — ___. A.Well, that depends B. Yes, it is C. Yes, perfectly D. Nothing at all 第二节 完形填空(共 20 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 20 分) I have faith in that families are not only blood relatives, but sometimes people who turn up and love you when no one else will. In May 1977, I was living in a Howard Johnson’s motel off Interstate 10 in Houston. My dad and I 21 a room with two double beds and a bathroom was too 22 for a 15-year-old girl and her father. Dad’s second marriage was 23 and my stepmother had 24 us both out of the house the previous week. Dad had no 25 what to do with me. And that’s when my other family 26 . Barbara and Roland Beach took me into their home 27 their only daughter, Su, my best friend, asked them to. I lived with them for the next seven years. Barb washed my skirts the same as Su’s. She 28 I had lunch money, doctors’ 29 , help with homework and nightly hugs. Barbara and Roland attended every football game where Su and I were being cheerleaders. 30 I could tell, for the Beaches there was no 31 between Su and me; I was their daughter, too. When Su and I 32 college they kept my room the same for the entire four years I attended school. Recently, Barb presented me with an insurance policy they bought when I first moved in with them and had continued to pay on for 23 years. The Beaches knew 33 about me when they took me in – they had heard the whole story from Su. When I was seven, my mother died and from then on my father relied on other people to 34 his kids. Before I went to live with the Beaches I had been convinced that life was entirely 35 and that love was shaky and untrustworthy. I had believed that the only person who would take care of me was me.

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36 the Beaches, I would have become a bitter, selfish and pessimistic woman. They gave me a home that allowed me to grow and 37 .They kept me from being paralyzed by my 38 , and they gave me the confidence to open my heart. I 39 family. For me, it wasn’t the family that was there on the day I was 40 , but the one that was there for me when I was living in a Howard Johnson’s on Interstate 10. 21. A.lived B.shared C.possessed D.bought 22. A.crowd B.convenient C.small D.limited 23. A.in trouble B.in sight C.in place D.in parts 24. A.drove B.removed C.kicked D.knocked 25. A.plan B.choice C.chance D.idea 26. A.looked over B.showed up C.jumped out D.came across 27. A.so B.because C.until D.while 28. A.worked out B.called up C.watched out D.made sure 29. A.approaches B. concentrations C. commitments D. appointments 30. A.As long as B.As far as C.As soon as D.As many as 31. A.change B.problem C.conflict D.difference 32. A.set off B.left for C.entered into D.admitted into 33. A.all B.little C.something D.nothing 34. A.supply B.teach C.encourage D.raise 35. A.different B.unfair C.easy D.hopeful 36. A.Thanks to B.In spite of C.Except for D.But for 37 A.survive B.change C.happy D.operate 38. A.choice B.failure C.past D.present 39. A.pick up B.rely on C.center on D.believe in 40. A.born B.grown C.accepted D.deserted 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,满分 50 分) 第一节 阅读下面材料,从媒体所给的四个选项(A.B.C 和 D)中,选出最佳选项。 A As we all know, children are our future, and it’s up to us to arm them with the tools to succeed. Sadly, today’s children are sometimes being armed with more dangerous tools like weapons, drugs and gangs in the USA. Once a relatively peaceful environment, many schoolyards of today are becoming unsafe for both students and teachers. Home schools are available to give you choices. Home schooling provides top-quality education, flexibility and freedom to create your own schedule. At Sunny Home School we believe the choice should be yours. Thanks to modern technology, home schooling information is becoming readily available across the nation. A recent study by the ITBS (Iowa Tests of Basic Skills) and TAP (Tests of Achievement and Proficiency) shows us that students of home schools do particularly well when compared with the nationwide average. In every subject at every grade level, students of home schooling scored obviously higher than those in public and private schools. If you’re new to home schooling, you may be asking yourself, ―Will home schools really work for my
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children?‖ Fact: A nationwide study using a random selection of 1,516 families found students of home schooling to be scoring, on average, at or above the 80th percentile (百分位的第 80 位) in all areas, on standardized achievement test. (Note: The national average on standardized achievement test is the 50th percentile.) Collectively, the staff at Sunny Home School brings 65 years of experience in home schooling curriculum. We’ve placed students in the top 2% of the nation in math and many are successfully moving on to college. One study found that of the home schooled students, 94% said home education prepared them to be independent persons. For more home schooling information, call us today toll free at (1800)542-8668. 41. We can learn from the first paragraph that ___. A. many schools armed their students with weapons B. violence and crime exist in many schoolyards C. students use weapons to defend their schoolyards D. weapons are more dangerous than drugs 42. All of the following are true of home schools EXCEPT___. A. students are free to choose their courses B. students do well in their important courses C. they help students find jobs D. they help students to be independent 43. The purpose of the passage above is___. A. to give information about different schools B. to compare home schools with other schools C. to suggest a new method of school education D. to persuade people to choose home schools 44. The passage mainly targets___. A. students B. parents C. teachers D. adults 45. In which section of the newspaper can we the passage? A. Finance B. Science C. Advertisement D. Sport B Paris Passengers carried per day: 4.4m Cost of ticket: 80p flat fare Length: 131 miles Lines: 14 Stations: 297 In Paris there are pleasures for those who use the Metro(地铁) — many of them artistic. The graceful Art Nouveau dragon-fly entrances are just the most noticeable on a Metro system which celebrated its 100th anniversary by spending 30 million francs (? 2.9million) on making its stations works of art. On my way home I pass Bonne Nouvelle station in the heart of Paris’s cinema district. There, during the cinema festival this summer, special lighting effects dot the platforms and films are projected onto the large advertising boards. More than anything the metro is efficient. ―When I worked on line 4‖, says a retired driver, ―we had

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exactly 30 minutes and 15 seconds to complete the journey. If it took any longer, they cut our pay.‖ But there are problems. Many Metro stations have too many stairs, and changing lines at big interchanges(交换) can be tiresome. Moscow Passengers carried per day: 9m Cost of ticket: 12p Length: 164 miles Lines: 11 Stations: 162 The first underground passage for the Moscow Metropolitan started in 1932. Three years later the trains started running. They haven’t stopped since— every 90 seconds or two minutes during rush hour, every five minutes the rest of the time, from 6 a.m. till 1 a. m. There may be a crowd of people but there is seldom a wait. The trains take you through spacious and spotless stations. For tourists it’s a major sightseeing attraction: from Russian Art Deco to neo-classical, the Metro stations are not to be missed. Tokyo Passengers carried per day: 7m Cost of ticket: 90p ~ ? 1.68 Length: 177 miles Lines: 12 Stations: 209 Trains do not just arrive on time in Tokyo. They stop right on the platform mark so that passengers can line up knowing exactly where the doors will open. Train driving is a respectful job for life, for which the applicants must pass a strict screening of health checks, interviews and written exams before they can put on the enviable uniform, cap and white gloves. However, overcrowding means it is far from perfect. At rush hours, some stations employ part-time platform staff to push in passengers. Carriages can be filled to 184% of capacity(容量). The main reason for such conditions is that the Tokyo subway station system has only 15 miles of track for every 1 million people, compared to 36 on the London Underground. New lines are under construction, but at a cost of ? 500,000 per meter of rail. Progress has been slow. Mexico City Passengers carried per day: 4.2m Cost of ticket: 11p flat fare Length: 99 miles Lines: 11 Stations: 175 Fast, relatively safe, and very cheap, Mexico City’s underground is an ideal place of order and efficiency compared to the disorders above. The Mexican capital’s underground system is the biggest in the continent and one of the most subsidized (获得补助的) networks in the world. The first trains leave the station at 5 a.m. and the last after midnight as the crowd move from the outskirts of the 20 million-strong megacity (大城市). Mexico City’s Metro also attracts a sizeable group of passengers who are unwilling to spend hours in traffic jams. There is a master plan to build new lines and extend existing one, but financial constraints (约束) complicated by the fact that the system runs through different jurisdicitons (管辖权) mean progress is slow. 46. Metro rail drivers in Paris must____. A. keep to the train schedule strictly B. complete the journey gracefully C. stop right on the platform mark D. understand the special lighting 47. In which two cities can travelling by underground be a sightseeing experience?

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A. Moscow and Tokyo B. Paris and Moscow C. Paris and Mexico City D. Tokyo and Mexico City 48. Which word may best describe the Tokyo underground trains? A. Cheap B. Efficient C. Crowded D. Slow 49. Why is the expansion of the underground system in Mexico City slow? A. The plan to extend existing lines is impractical. B. The government offers little financial support. C. People are unwilling to help build new lines. D. The lines involve several authorities. C China Merchants Bank Co Ltd has teamed up with ride-hailing major Didi Kuaidi to provide automobile financing and expand its reach in China's booming mobile payment industry. The two have inked a comprehensive partnership, which includes a strategic investment by the former in the latter. Under the partnership, CMB will become the first bricks-and-mortar bank that can offer in-app credit card payments to Didi users. At present, users of Didi can only choose third-party payment solutions like WeChat Payment and Alipay to pay cab fares. Zhao Ju, vice-president of CMB, said the cooperation with Didi was an important step in its mobile Internet finance strategy. ―CMB's mobile payment is going to enter a new chapter by leveraging Didi Kuaidi's vast user base," he said. According to a report by China Internet Network Information Center earlier this month, Didi holds 87.2 percent of China's private car hailing market. The company said it has received 1.43 billion car-hailing requests on its platforms in 2015, which means 1.43 billion payments were made via smartphones. CMB is expected to use Didi to reach the core users of China's mobile payment market. Jean Liu, president of Didi, said many of the expats prefer payment by credit card rather than Alipay or WeChat. "The new partnership will help improve service quality and customer loyalty," she said. The investment makes CMB part of Didi's existing investors, including Tencent Holdings Ltd, Alibaba Group Holding Ltd and China Investment Corporation. Both of the companies declined to reveal the actual amount of the investment. Liu, who showed up on Tuesday for the first time in public after her treatment for breast cancer, said the cooperation with CMB is for the long run and "the capital investment is only part of it". Under the partnership, CMB and Didi will cooperate on a wide range of initiatives on financial services and online-to-offline cooperation. Apart from the in-app credit card payments, the two companies are going to launch joint credit cards in late February and automobile financing services for Didi's car owners. CMB's branches across China are expected to help Didi recruit more drivers. "There is a lot of room for imagination in our partnership," Li said, adding in future people may use their CMB credit card reward points to pay for the ride on Didi. Li Chao, an analyst with iResearch Consulting Group, said the partnership may not significantly boost CMB's mobile payment business. "Didi has educated the market for three years and its customers have formed the habit of paying by WeChat or Alipay. So I think CMB can only turn a very smart proportion of Didi users into its payment customer," he said. "But the move shows that China's traditional banking industry is finally thinking out of the box and looking for outside partners in Internet finance competition," he said. Statistics from Big-Data Research showed that more than 90 percent of China's 9.3 trillion yuan ($1.41 trillion) worth of third party mobile payment market is donated by Alibaba and Tencent. 50.Which of the following sentences is true about Didi Kuaidi ? A. The users of Didi can pay cab fare in cash. B. At present, Didi holds the largest market of China's private car hailing business. C. With several years of development, the users of Didi have abandoned the third-party payment. D. CMB will become the most important investor of Didi. 51.Which of the following is not the purpose of CMB’s cooperation with Didi? .

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A. CMB is expected to use Didi to reach the core users of China's mobile payment market. B. Through the cooperation with Didi, CMB will help improve service quality and customer loyalty. C. CMB will launch joint credit cards with Didi to expand its service. D. CMB will turn a very large proportion of Didi users into its payment customer. 52.What can be inferred from the passage? A. CMB's mobile payment is going to enter a new chapter. B. China's traditional banking industry is facing fierce Internet finance competition. C. CMB and Didi will have a online-to-offline cooperation. D. Mobile payment market is donated by Alibaba and Tencent. 53.What’s Li Chao’ attitude towards the partnership between CMB and Didi? A. cautious B. positive C. indifferent D. disapproving 54.The main idea of this passage is that ___________.? A. CMB develops partnership with Didi Kuaidi. B. CMB is looking for outside partners in Internet finance competition. C. Didi Kuaidi is going to enter a new chapter. D. Alibaba and Tencent dominate the mobile payment market. D I call my story the story of a bad boy, partly to distinguish myself from those faultless young gentlemen, and partly because I really was not an angel. I may truthfully say I was a friendly, impulsive(易冲动 的)teenager. I didn’t want to be an angel. In short, I was a real human boy, such as you may meet anywhere in New England. Whenever a new scholar came to our school, I used to ask him ―My name’s Tom Bailey; what’s your name?‖ If the name struck me favorably, I shook hands with the new pupil cordially, but if it didn’t, I would turn and walk away, for I was particular on this point. I was born in Rivermouth almost fifty years ago, but, before I became very well acquainted with that pretty New England town, my parents moved to New Orleans. I was only eighteen months old at the time of the move, and it didn’t make much difference to me where I was, because several years later, when my father proposed to take me North to be educated, I had my own view on the subject. I instantly kicked over the little boy, Sam, who happened to be standing by me at the moment, and declared that I would not be taken away to live among a lot of Yankees! You see I was what is called ―a Northern man with Southern principles,‖ I had no recollection of New England: my earliest memories were connected with the South. I knew I was born in the North, but hoped nobody would find it out. I never told my schoolmates I was a Yankee, because they talked about Yankees in a scornful way which made me feel that it was quite a shame not to be born in the South. And this impression was strengthened by Aunt Chloe, who said, ―There wasn’t no gentlemen in the North no way.‖ With this picture of Northern civilization in my eye, the readers will easily understand my terror at the bare thought of being transported to Rivermouth to school, and possibly will forgive me for kicking over little Sam, when my father announced this to me. As for kicking little Sam, I always did that, more or less gently, when anything went wrong with me. My father was greatly troubled by this violent behavior. As little Sam picked himself up, my father took my hand in his and led me thoughtfully to the library. He appeared strangely puzzled on learning the nature of my objections to going North. ―Who on earth, Tom, has filled your brain with those silly stories?‖ asked my father calmly. ―Aunt Chloe, sir, she told me.‖ My father devoted that evening and several evenings to giving me a clear account of New England: its early struggles, its progress, and its present condition. I was no longer unwilling to go North; on the contrary, the proposed journey to a new world full of wonders kept me awake nights. Long before the moving day arrived I was eager to be off. My impatience was increased by the fact that my father had purchased for me a fine little Mustang pony, and shipped it to Rivermouth two weeks before the date set for our own journey. The pony completely resigned me to the situation. The pony’s name was Gitana, which is the Spanish for ―gypsy‖, so I always called her Gypsy.

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Finally the time came to leave the vine-covered mansion among the orange-trees, to say goodbye to little Sam(I am convinced he was heartily glad to get rid of me), and to part with Aunt Chloe. I imagine them standing by the open garden gate; the tears are rolling down Aunt Chloe’s cheeks; they and the old home fade away. I am never to see them again! 55. The second paragraph is intended to _______. A. support Tom’s opinion that he is a ―faultless young gentlemen‖ B. show just how much confidence Tom possesses C. contradict other people’s belief that Tom is not a well-behaved, friendly boy D. provide an example that Tom is friendly and not an angel 56. The underlined word ―cordially‖ in Paragraph 2 most probably means ―________‖. A. sincerely B. unbelievably C. officially D. closely 57.Tom Bailey’s feeling on moving to Rivermouth can best be described as _______. A. cold, as he was too young to know any better B. unwilling until his father corrected his misunderstandings about life in the North C. angry because he would be forced to leave his pony, Gypsy, behind D. excited until he realized that he would have to part with Aunt Chloe and little Sam 58. From what Aunt Chloe said, we can know_________. A. She didn’t want Bailey to leave her.] B. She had prejudice towards Yankees. C. She had a sad memory of living in the North. D. Tom Bailey was brought up and loved by Aunt Chloe. 59. It can be inferred from ―a Northern man with Southern principles‖ that ______. A. Tom is a Yankee, unwilling to adapt to a Southern lifestyle[] B. even though Tom now lives in the South, he is proud of his Northern heritage C. Tom has successfully subscribed to some Northern values and some Southern values D. although Tom was born in New England he liked the way of life and culture in the South 60. At the end of the story, Tom Bailey went to North______. A. sadly B. reluctantly C. impatiently D. willingly 第二节:从 A 到 F 中选择合适的一句,分别填入 61 题到 65 题中。注意:有一项多余项。 A. B. C. D. E. F. The benefits of visiting museums Educational functions Places for collections of objects The history of museums Precious chance to see famous masterpieces Ways to improve their collections

61. ____________ Museums are places where collections of objects are preserved and put on show. The objects may be anything found in nature made by man. There are museums devoted to art, science, history, industry and technology. 62. ____________ But museums are no longer just storehouse for collections. Today nearly all museums, large or small, carry on educational programs. Museums offer guided tours, lectures, films, music recitals, art lessons, and other attractions. They organize field trips and clubs. They publish guides to help visitors to gain a better understanding of the collections. 63. _____________ All museums share a common aim —— to attract visitors and help them to understand and enjoy the collections. Museums are always on the watch for new additions to their collections. Works of art are bought from art dealers and private collectors. Museums also accept gifts, but the large museums no longer accept everything that is offered to them. They accept only objects of collections that meet their high

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standards. 64. ______________ Museums often arrange loan exhibitions of important works from private owners, art dealers and other museums. In this way a famous masterpiece may be viewed by people who otherwise might never have the chance to see it. For example, in 1963 the Metropolitan Museums of Art in New York city exhibited one of the world’s most famous ladies —— Mona Lisa, painted by Leonardo Da Vinci. The government of France had lent the painting to the United States. Attendance at the Metropolitan reached an all-time high during the month Mona Lisa was shown there. 65. _______________ What is to be gained from visiting museums? Museum exhibits can teach us about the world in which we live —— the materials it is made of, the trees and plants that cover it, and the animals that have lived on it since its beginning. We can learn about the activities of man —— his history and development as well as his accomplishments in arts and crafts. Most people see a great work of art for the first time in a museum. We cannot all be explorers or collectors in other lands. But in a museum we can see for ourselves the objects that have been gathered from every part of the world. 第三部分:写作(共两节,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以下作文。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,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(从第 11 处起)不计分。 Recently, our school has held the meaningful discussion on whether it is reasonable for middle school students to have classes on weekends. Some of our classmates believe we should have classes on weekends because we can make fully use of the free time to review the lessons we had learnt. Some others are against the opinion, saying we had better to have a good rest on weekends so that we can work effective during the weekdays. The rest agree with neither of the opinion. They have the view which keeping the balance between work and play are important for us. They suggest one day of the weekend should used to learn our lessons and during the other day we do something interested or have a rest.

第二节:书面表达(满分 30 分) 假如你是李明,你马上就要去英国留学。你的英国笔友 George 来信询问你在留学期间是住在 学生公寓还是住在寄宿家庭,你现在回信告诉他,你打算住在寄宿家庭,并且说明你的至少三个理 由。词数 120 字左右。

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绍兴一中 2015 学年第二学期回头考
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第一节 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. Why does the man want to tip the waitress? A. The service was wonderful. B. It’s a difficult job. C. They know each other. 2. What are the speakers mainly talking about? A. Some survivors. B. Lost treasure. C. The rescue work. 3. Where is the woman? A. In the hospital. B. In the office. C. At home. 4. How does the man get his exercise? A. He goes jogging. B. He goes to the gym. C. He goes bike riding. 5. Who is Bob? A. The man’s assistant. B. The man’s client. C. The man’s former colleague. 第二节 听下面 5 段对话或独白。每段对话或独白后有 2 至 4 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。听完每段对话或独白前,你将有 5 秒钟的时间阅读各个小 题;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 is the man looking for? A. shirt. B. A cotton sweater. C. A pair of shoes. 7. Why is the man dissatisfied with the first one? A. Because of its color. B. Because of its design. C. Because of its price. 听第 7 段材料,回答第 8 至 10 题。 8. How much is a ticket to the Korean spa, including ice rooms and salt rooms? A. 15 dollars. B. 25 dollars. C.30 dollars.

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9. Why do the speakers like the Korean spa? A. Because of its building style. B. Because of its services. C. Because of its location. 10. Where are the speakers? A. In Korea. B. In China. C. In America. 听第 8 段材料,回答第 11 至 13 题。 11. What is the woman so excited about? A.class. B. A trip. C. A teacher. 12. What does the man worry about? A. Safety. B. Expense. C. Time. 13. What will the class do during the spring holiday? A. Have a picnic. B. Take a trip. C. Prepare for an exam. 听第 9 段材料,回答第 14 至 16 题。 14. What does the woman think of the training? A. It’s dull. B. It’s exciting. C. It’s difficult. 15. How did the man know about Dr. Huston’s Reputation? A. From the woman. B. From his classes. C. From Dr. Huston’s patients. 16. What are the speakers going to do next? A. Take a class. B. Go to Dr. Huston’s office. C. Go to the hospital. 听第 10 段材料,回答第 17 至 20 题。 17. What will the temperature be like tonight along the coast? A. In the 10s and 20s. B. In the 30s and 40s. C. In the 40s and 50s. 18. When will it start raining ? A. Friday. B. Saturday. C. Sunday. 19.What will the speaker do on Sunday? A. Have a picnic. B. Ride his bike. C. Watch TV at home. 20. What will be on next? A.talk show. B. Weekend news. C. Local weather forecast.

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高三回头考试卷答案:
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参考范文 Dear George, I am glad to hear from you. In your last letter you asked me whether to live in students accommodation or English family when I am in Britain. After careful consideration I choose to board with an English family. The following are my reasons. First, boarding with an English family will give me more chances to practice speaking English because if I want to communicate with them, I have to force myself to use English. Second, boarding with an English family, I can not only learn language but also experience their culture and this is the best way to adapt to a new culture. Last, when I feel lonely and miss my family, it is a great comfort to have a substitute family to be with. So I think it is better to stay with an English family. By the way will you please recommend one for me? Thank you very much and I am looking forward to meeting you. Yours, Li Ming

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