江苏省扬州市 2010 届高三第四次模拟考试 英语
第一节(共 5 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 5 分) 听下面 5 段对话.每段对话后有一个小题,从题中所给的 A,B,C 三个选项中选出最佳选 项,并标在试卷的相应位置.听完每段对话后,你都有 10 秒钟的时间来回答有关小题和阅读 下一小题.每段对话仅读一遍. 1.How much did Richard
pay for his ties? A. $40. B.$45. C.$50. 2.What is the woman doing now? A. Teaching at school. B. Going into politics. C.Doing business. 3.What does the woman suggest the man doing? A.Spending more time. B.Talking more with English speakers. C.Studying harder. 4.How does David probably feel? A. Disappointed. B. Happy. C.Surprised. 5.How long did the concert last? A.30 minutes. B.60 minutes.C.90 minutes. 第二节(共 15 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 15 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 至 8 题. 6.What does the man find hardest in learning English? A. Speaking. B. Writing. C.Listening. 7.What does the woman suggest the man do about his listening? A.Listen to BBC English program. B.Buy a radio and listen to English Programs. C.Find an English pen friend. 8.What had the man better do to improve his writing? A.Listen to BBC or VOA English program every day. B.Need a lot of practice. C.Find an English pen friend. 听第 7 段材料,回答第 9 至 11 题. 9.Where does the dialogue most probably take place? A. At the station. B. At the post office. C.At the airport. 10.Which country will the letter be sent to? A. England .B,Japan. C.Canada. 1l.How will the letter be sent? A.By airmail. B.By registered mail. C.By express mail.
听第 8 段材料,回答第 12 至 13 题. 12.For what is Mr. Gates talking to the woman? A.To ask for a job. B.To ask her to make a website. C.To invite her to play computer games. 13.What will probably happen after the conversation? A.The woman will call Mr. Gates. B.The woman won't make the website. C.The woman won't get in touch with him. 听第 9 段材料,回答第 14 至 16 题. 14.What has the woman just done? A. She has just opened her own restaurant. B.She has just got a head cook position in a restaurant. C.She has just finished her cooking study. 15.How long haven't the two speakers met with each other? A. Three years. B. Seven years C.Five years. 16.Why did the woman change her mind about cooking? A.Because she wanted to go abroad for further study. B.Because she was interested in cooking French food. C.Because she failed in cooking for her family. 听第 10 段材料,回答第 17 至 20 题. 17. What do college students today have strong opinions about? A.About their future. B.About what is old and new. C.About what is right and what is wrong in society. 18.What kind of people makes up nearly half of the American population? A. Young people under twenty-five. B.Adult people above thirty. C.Young people above twenty-five. 19.What do American young people find difficult to know much about? A. The beliefs in American families. B.The population of American families. C.The truth of their own lives. 20.According to the passage,in which country is there a big gap between young people and their parents? A. Only in America. B. In your country. C.In many countries. 选择填空 21. Pirates from Somalia who hijacked _____European carrier in ______ Indian Ocean threatened to kill its 25 crew members if any rescue operation was attempted. A. the; 不填 B. a; the C. the; a D. the; the 22. —What an amazing film! It's the most interesting film I've ever seen. —But I'm sure it won't interest ______. A. somebody B. anybody C. nobody D. everybody
23. Your room is terribly dirty; you get it cleaned in two hours, or Mum will be angry. A. can B. might C. shall D. may 24. --- Remember the first time we ______ , Peterson? --- Of course, I ______ . We've been close friends ever since. A. met; do B. met; did C. had met; did D. have met; do 25. —I got an email from Susan, ______ said she was going abroad for sightseeing. —Fantastic! That's what she has been dreaming of. A. which A. to prepare B. she C. who D. it C. having prepared D. to be preparing 26. The little girl showed no anxiety before the competition. She seemed _____ for it pretty well. B. to have prepared 27. Annie often tells her classmates ______ at the remote school in the mountain area and what she has done there as a volunteer. A.life is how hard C.how hard life is B.what hard life is D.how hard is life
28. That light rail transit line(轻轨), __ _in July 2009 and ___ in 2012, will be China's longest light rail transit line in history. A. starting, completing B. started, to be completed C. to start, completed D. starting, completed 29.Several hours later, with the help of the police, the students managed to escape from the dangerous place, _______. A. hungry and frightened B. hungrily and frightening C. hungry and frightening D. hungrily and frightened 30. 一 Mark didn't win that science award after all. — ________ I thought for sure he would. A. No doubt. B. So what? C No way! D. How come? 31. In no country _______ France, as is often said, ________ taste so many kinds of delicious cheese. A. rather than; can one B. other than; can one C. rather than; one can D. other than; one can 32. It is reported in Washington Post that an unknown terrorist group has ______ responsibility for this morning's bomb attack. A. claimed B. evaluated C. bid D. confirmed 33. Although the necklace is not made of real crystal, it still ________ young tourists to this beautiful ancient city. A. appeals to B. attracts to C. accounts for D. apply for 34. As the famous expert ______, the secret _____happiness is to think about positive things and stay optimistic. A. retells; on B. reminds; to C. remarks; of D. respects; in 35. China and the United States held their first strategic dialogue on August and ______to increase co-operation and constructive relations. A. agreed B. would agree C. have agreed D. had agreed 完形填空: Every year on my birthday, from the time I turned twelve, a white gardenia(栀子花) was
delivered to my house. No card or note came with it. 36 to the flower shop were always useless -it was a cash 37 . After a while I stopped trying to 38 who the sender was and just delighted in the beauty and perfume of the white flower. But I never 39 imagining who the sender might be. Some of my 40 moments were spent daydreaming about it. My mother asked me whether there was someone for whom I had done a(n) 41 kindness who might be showing 42 . Perhaps the neighbor I helped when she was 43 a car full of groceries (杂货). Or maybe it was the old man 44 the street whose mail I helped to get during the 45 so he wouldn't have to venture down his icy steps. As a teenager, 46 , I had more fun guessing that it might be a 47 who had noticed me 48 I didn't know him. One month before my high school graduation, my father died of a heart attack. He was 49 some of the most important events in my life. I became completely 50 in my upcoming graduation and the dance. When my father died, I 51 the dance and the dress for it. The day before the dance, I found a dress on the sofa. I didn't 52 if I had a new dress or not, but my mother did. She wanted her children to feel 53 and lovable, imaginative, believing that there was a magic in the world and 54 in the face of hard times. Actually mother wanted her children to see themselves much like the gardenia-lovable, 55 and perfect. The gardenia stopped coming when my mother died. (304) C.Messages D. Letters 36. A.Calls B. Quarrels 37. A. service 38. A. recognize 39. A.failed 40. A.saddest 41. A .special 42. A .concern 43. A. repairing 44. A .across 45. A .spring 46. A .though 47. A. friend 48. A.as if 49. A.considering 50. A.disappointed 51. A. forgot 52. A.wonder 53. A. contented 54. A.. trouble 55. A.strong B.deal B.imagine B.stopped B.painful B.common B.attitude B.washing B.through B.summer B.anyway B.superman B.even though B.expecting B.uninterested B.lost B.believe B.respected B.beauty B.beautiful C.bargain C.wonder C.succeeded C.happiest C.valuable C.interest C.unloading C.from C.autumn C.therefore C.teacher C.in case C.missing C.discouraged C.hated C.care C.thanked C.difficulty C.smell D.offer D.discover D.enjoyed D.loneliest D.important Dappreciation D.starting D.onto D.winter D.indeed D.boy D.so that D.preparing D.concentrated D.expected D.know D.loved D.love D.lucky
阅读理解 A Enjoy the sumptuous Easter lunch buffet and children will be given the lovely Easter chocolate
eggs. Time:Mar, 28-mar 30, 2010 11:00 am—3:00 pm Place:lucky corner coffee shop(hotel first floor) Price:150 + 15% service charge half price for children under 12 years old. Reservations:Scitech hotel 65123388-2114 or 2164 Bring your family and friends along to The Palace Hotel this Easter and enjoy the traditional treats of the season. Forget about the calories and enjoy favourite goodies such as Easter eggs, chocolate bunnies and hot cross buns, which will be sold outside.Palm Court Coffee House every day from 8:00 am to 9:00 pm. PALM COURT COFFEE HOUSE Friday, March 28-- lavish fish buffet for lunch and dinner priced at RMB 180 for adults, half price for children. Sunday, March 30--Roast carving buffet priced at RMB 160 for adults, half price for children. ROMA RISTORANTE ITALLANO Sunday, March 30 --Delicious seafood lunch priced at RMB 198 for adults, children under 10 years half price. Youngsters can work off their extra energy in a special supervised play area next to the restaurant. Prices are subject to a 15% surcharge Reservations on 65128899, ext. 7492 for Roma Ristorante: ext. 7561 for Palm Court. March 30th brings a fun-filled Easter entertainment program to the Crazy Sunday Brunch at the Patio Coffee Shop from 11:00 am-3:00 pm! Children under 10 year old accompanying their parents will enjoy this special meal for free and can even win lots of treat prices in the Egg Painting Competition! WE GUARANTEE You A Fun Easter Sunday Please register your children for the contest no later the March 29th as space is limited. For further information and reservations, please call 64376688 ext, 2873/2865 Holiday Inn Lido Beijing RMB 150.00 + 15% Surcharge Happy Easter March 30 11:00—14:30 Hilton Hotel The Easter Bunny is coming to town! Join him for a special Easter Brunch at the Atrium cafe and enjoy traditional Easter favourites. RMB 195 + 15% surcharge Children under 12 years old free of charge. Surprise gift for the children at the Kid's Corner. 56. The main purpose of the advertisements is to give information about . A.weekend activities B.a holiday celebrations C.the price for the meals in big hotels D.Egg Painting Competition 57. It can be learned from the advertisements that the children can enjoy themselves most in A.Lido Holiday Inn B.Palace Hotel C.Scitech Hotel D.Hilton Hotel 58. If you want to have an Easter meal on March 28, which hotel can you go to? A.Scitech Hotel and Lido Holiday Inn B.The Palace Hotel and Hilton Hotel
C.Hilton Hotel and Lido Holiday Inn D.Scitech Hotel and the Palace Hotel for it. 59. If you have Easter Brunch in Hiton Hotel you will pay RMB A.195 B.224.25 C.165.75 D.97.5 B After a lot of weightlifting and 25 exhausting days training, a 52-year-old woman recently became the first female "gripman" on San Francisco's historic cable cars. Fannie Barnes passed her written test and completed a final run under the watchful eye of a supervisor, Municipal Railway spokesman Alan Siegel said. Deep calluses(茧) are already forming at the base of her fingers and there is a hole in her glove. Two other women quit after a single day with injured muscles. "Now they're going to have to change the word from gripman to grip person, just because of me," Barnes said earlier, "I'm so excited." After almost a year of serious workouts, Barns can pull more than 61 kilos, only 23 kilos less than her body weight. And she'll need the muscle, for this is no modern, push-button technology. Every time a car starts up again after making a stop, the gripman must haul back on a lever controlling a device that grips the cable, which runs continuously at 14 kilometers per hour. If the grip slips, so does the car. A second person operates the brakes. In addition to having to throw her weight around on the job, she's got to throw out some attitude to men who were hard to convince. The city employs 76 men in the job. "A lot of men said mean things to me and didn't want to help train me. But I would like to thank the guys who were against me because they gave me even more inspiration to do it." she said. Not all the men were against her. Many of the male colleagues yelled out support as she did her training runs. One of her biggest tests was drizzly December morning. She first went down the Hyde Street Hill, considered the most dangerous incline on the cable car routes. "I had to have the will and I had to believe I could do it," she said. "It was scary, but as I started going down full grip and felt that I was in control, I knew I was on my way," Barnes already is a pioneer of sorts. She started working as a cable car conductor six years ago, collecting fares and assisting on the back brake. She is one of only three women to have that job. But she said she always wanted the job up front on the car. (400) 60. What is unusual about Fannie Barnes getting a job as a gripman? A. She is the oldest one to work as a grpman. B. She is the first women to work as a gripman. C. She is the fattest women to work as a gripman. D. She is the most suitable one to work as a gripman. 61. What did the 52-year-old woman do when she first began working on the city's cable car? A. As a gripman. B. As a conductor. C. As a brakeman. D. As a supervisor. 62. It can be inferred from the passage that Fannie Barnes is ________. A. strong and easy-going B. strong-willed and self-confident C. popular and humorous D. considerate and quick-tempered C China supports international efforts to secure cyberspace but believes each nation's "Internet
sovereignty 主权) must be respected, a top Chinese official said at a cyber security conference on ( " Tuesday. "China, like many other countries, is very concerned about cyber security," said Liu Zhengrong, deputy director general of the Internet Affairs Bureau of the State Council Information Office. "China faces severe cyber security threats," Liu told participants here at the Worldwide Cyber Security Summit, a gathering of government and business leaders from 40 countries hosted by the EastWest Institute think tank. "International cooperation is much needed to safeguard international cyberspace," Liu said. But "Internet sovereignty of each country needs to be respected," the Chinese official added. "Different national and cultural conditions" should be taken into account. Liu declined to answer repeated questions about cyber attacks last year on Google which the Internet giant said originated in China and led to the California company's decision to reroute its searches through Hong Kong. "The Chinese government firmly opposes cyber attacks in any form and Chinese law clearly states that any hackers will be held responsible for their actions," he said. Liu said China itself is a "a major victim of cyber attacks and network viruses" and has laws in place to deal with hackers. "Internet-related crimes (in China) are showing a steady upward trend," Liu said. "We suffer big economic losses from hacking networks and viruses - around $1 billion dollars (6.8 billion yuan) a year." In 2009, Chinese law enforcement authorities investigated about 48,000 cases, a 37 percent increase over 2008, he said. While China has a dynamic Internet population of more than 400 million users and millions of bloggers, there is no "absolute freedom" on the Web, Liu said. "I don't think there is absolute freedom in this world," he said. "When you are speaking via the Internet you must obey laws and respect others' lawful rights." Last Thursday, Wang Chen, minister of the State Council Information Office, said China has been actively promoting a real-name registration system for Internet and cell phone users to better manage Internet information and services. China needs laws that will step up monitoring for "harmful information" and block "overseas hostile forces from infiltrating(渗透)through the Internet," Wang said. Last week, China tightened its State Secrets law, holding Internet and mobile phone operators responsible for customers who try to leak State secrets. Some 400 government officials, business leaders and cyber security experts are attending the summit, which features three days of discussions on ways to protect the world's digital infrastructure from electronic threats.(427) 63. What was the top issue of Worldwide Cyber Security Summit? A. To fight against Internet-related crimes. B. To protect digital infrastructure in the world. C. To respect Internet sovereignty of each country. D. To make more laws to deal with hackers. 64. To respect a nation's Internet sovereignty, _____________ must be considered. A. different national and cultural conditions B. attending Worldwide Cyber Security Summit
C. stopping the leaking of State secrets D. safeguarding international cyberspace 65. According to paragraph 6, Internet giant refers to _____________. A. Hong Kong B. hackers C. Google D. Liu Zhengrong 66. Which of the following is NOT the measure that China has taken to guarantee better Internet information and service management? A. Promoting real-name registration for Internet use. B. Promoting real-name registration for cell phone use. C. Tightening State Secrets law to stop leaking State secrets. D. Monitoring for harmful information and blocking overseas hostile forces. D From hitting the mall with your girl fiends on a Saturday afternoon, to holiday spending on gifts that go under the tree, shopping could be called one of America's favorite pastimes. For most people, it means some new clothes for work or a small trinket for a friend. For others, however, shopping is much more than an enjoyable pastime, and in some cases, it is a real and destructive addiction that can turn into a financial disaster. Compulsive shopping and spending are defined as inappropriate, excessive 过度的, and out of control. Like other addictions, it basically has something to do with impulsiveness and lack of control over one's impulses 冲动. In America, shopping is embedded in our culture; so often, the impulsiveness comes out as excessive shopping. Sometimes this is referred to as "shopholism". Shopping addiction can damage a person's life, family, and finances. "No one knows what causes addictive behaviors, like shopping, alcoholism, drug abuse, and gambling", says a professor of applied health science. Some of the new evidence suggests that some people, maybe 10%-15%, may have a genetic predisposition to an addictive behavior, coupled with an environment in which the particular behavior is triggered 引发, but no one really knows why." Individuals will get some kind of high from an addictive behavior like shopping. What are the telltale signs that shopping has crossed the line and become and addiction? What should a concerned family member or friend look out for when they think shopping has become a problem? The behaviors can signal a serious problem: Shopping or spending money as a result of feeling angry, depressed, anxious, or lonely Having arguments with others about one's shopping habits Feeling lost without credit cards — actually going into withdrawal without them Buying items on credit, rather than with cash Describing a rush or a feeling of euphoria with spending Feeling guilty, ashamed, or embarrassed after a spending spree(大买特买) Thinking obsessively about money Spending a lot time juggling accounts or bills to accommodate spending "If someone identifies four or more of any of these behaviors, there may be a problem", experts say. Treating a shopping addiction requires a multifaceted approach. There are no standard treatments for shopping addiction. Medications have been used, but with mixed results. Therapists also focus on cognitive-behavioral treatment programs. There is no quick and easy answer that will immediately cure a shopping addiction, and while treatment is a necessary part of solving the problem, so is behavior change on the part of the addict. Some basic changes in behavior that will have a big impact on breaking a shopping addiction
are recommended: Admit that you are a compulsive spender, which is half the battle. Get rid of checkbooks and credit cards, which fuel the problem. Don't shop by yourself because most compulsive shoppers shop alone and if you are with someone you are much less likely to append more. Find other meaningful ways to spend time. And keep in mind that while behavior change is clearly important to recovery, so is reaching out for professional help.(509) 1. The best title of this article is _________ A. Should We Shop or Not? B. Shopping Behaviors, Good or Bad? C. Shopping Spree, or an Addiction? D. The Dangers of Shopholism. 2. You should be carefully think about your shopping behavior if you ________. A. are angry to go shopping B. lost your credit card while shopping C. are overjoyed and overwhelmingly excited to go shopping. D. count your money while shopping 3. Which of the following statement is not true? ________. A. Medication will not help to cure a shopping addiction B. No one really knows why people get addicted to doing something which is no good to them C. By the word shopholism, we refers to the impulsive and excessive shopping behavior D. Shopping addiction can turn into a real disaster in one's life 4. The most important way to get rid of the addiction is ________. A. use credit card instead of checkbooks B. change one's behavior as well as seek professional advice C. find somebody else to shop for you D. go to a doctor for a standard treatment 任务型阅读 (Reuters) - A U.N. climate deal due to be agreed in Copenhagen at talks from December 7-18 may fall short of a legally binding(有约束力的) agreement. If Copenhagen fails to live up to hopes of a strong agreement to slow global warming, what are the reasons and who risks blame? The following are some of the candidates: ● Decline in economy distracted(分散) focus from climate change after the world agreed in Bali, Indonesia, in 2007 to work out a new U.N. agreement by December 2009. Rich nations have put billions of dollars into green growth as part of recovery packages but, when unemployment at home is high, find it hard to promise extra money for developing countries. The slowdown in industrial output means a brief fix -- greenhouse gas emissions(排放) are likely to fall by as much as 3 percent this year. ● Many delegates at U.N. talks have given up hope that the United States, the number two emitter after China, will agree legislation(立法, 法律) to limit carbon emissions before Copenhagen. The US is the only industrialized nation outside the Kyoto Protocol(京都协议书) for cutting greenhouse emissions until 2012. Many countries welcomed President Barack Obama's promises of doing more to fight climate change when he took office in January but hoped for swifter action.
● Developing nations accuse the rich of repeatedly failing to keep promises of more aid. Few developed countries live up to a target agreed by the U.N. General Assembly in 1970 to give 0.7 percent of their gross domestic product in development aid. Other plans, such as the Agenda 21 environmental development plan agreed in 1992, have fallen short. ● Most rich nations are promising cuts in greenhouse gas emissions well short of the 25-40 percent below 1990 levels by 2020, which are needed to avoid the worst of climate change. Overall cuts promised by developed nations total between 11 and 15 percent. Best offers by countries including Japan, the European Union, Australia and Norway would reach the range. ● More than 90 percent of the growth in emissions between now and 2030 is set to come from developing nations -- with almost 50 percent from China alone, U.S. climate envoy Todd Stern said this week. "No country holds the fate of the earth more in its hands than China. Not one," he said. China and India say they are slowing the growth of emissions but raising living standards is more important. So burning more energy is unavoidable -- as industrialized nations have done for 200 years. ● 2008 was the 10th warmest year since records began in the mid-19th century. The warmest was 1998, when a strong El Nino event in the eastern Pacific disrupted(使混乱) weather worldwide. That has led some to argue that global warming is slowing even though the U.N.'s WMO(世界气象 组织) says a long-term warming trend is unchanged. ● People have been slow in changing lifestyles to use less carbon. Simple choices like taking more public transport, using less heating or air conditioning, even changing light bulbs can help if millions of people act.(508) Who's to blame if U.N. climate deal falls short? Possible candidates Supporting Details ● Faced with the______72____ rising unemployment, rich countries fail to give more aid to developing ones. ●____73_____industrial output brings about a temporary relief from the pressure of greenhouse gas emissions. ● It's the only industrialized country outside the Kyoto Protocol. ● Immediate____74____ was expected to be taken by President Obama to fight climate change. ● Developed nations are____75____ by the poor for repeatedly breaking promises of aid. ● There is a huge ____76____between the overall cuts promised by developed nations and those required to avoid climate catastrophe. ● The increase in emissions from developing nations ____77____for 90% between now and 2030. ● Developing nations need to give ___78____to raising living standards by burning more energy. ● The worldwide disorder caused by El Nino has ____79____some people into believing that global warming is slowing. ● People should be ____80____ to change lifestyles to use less
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书面表达 请你根据下图,结合实际,以 Let's listen to minor's voice 为题写一篇英语短文,分析产生该社 会现象的原因和后果,并发表你的看法,提出你的建议.
仔细品味画面内容,要适当发挥想象,不要作简单描述. 词数 150 左右.开头已经写好,不计入总词数. 作文中不得提及考生所在学校和本人姓名. 提示词汇:minor 未成年人;ideological morality 思想道德. Let's listen to minor's voice The construction of minors' ideological morality is gradually becoming the hot issue of society. _____________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________
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Let's listen to minor's voice The construction of minors' ideological morality is gradually becoming the hot issue of society. More commonly, minors have their own thoughts and their own understanding of surroundings sometimes extremely different from or even contrary to our adults', frequently making us lose temper. Minors have unbearable burdens on their shoulders. Besides heavy burden of different subjects, they have to attend different training courses at weekends to live up to parents' high expectations. Most often, society as well as parents and teachers value their achievements merely by their subject performances. Therefore, the construction of minors' ideological morality is ignored, thus causing lots of social and mental problems endangering the future of our nation. Why not listen to minors' voice? Let's spare some time and chat with them in a relaxing atmosphere so that we can know their opinions and think what they think. Never force them to do what they are not willing to so that they can enjoy more free time and space. After all, they are humans. It's not human nature to make them always obey without question. 评分原则: 评分原则: 1. 本题总分为 25 分,按 5 个档次给分. 2. 评分时, 先根据文章的内容和语言初步确定其所属档次, 然后以该档次的要求来衡量, 确定和调整档次,最后给分. 3. 词数少于 130 或多于 170 的,从总分中减去 2 分. 4. 评分时,应注意的主要内容为:内容要点,应用词汇和语法结构的数量和准确性,上 下文的连贯性及语言的得体性. 5. 各档次的给分范围和要求: 6. 如书写较差,以至影响交际,将分数降低一个档次. 第五档: (21～25 分)完全完成了试题规定的任务. . 覆盖所有内容要点. . 应用了较多的语法结构和词汇. . 语法结构或词汇方面有些许错误,但为尽力使用较复杂结构或较高级词汇所 致,具备较强的语言应用能力. . 有效的使用了语句间的连接成分,使全文紧凑. 第四档: (16～20 分)完全完成了试题规定的任务.
. 虽漏掉 1,2 个次重点,应用的语法结构和词汇能满足任务的要求. . 应用的语法结构和词汇能满足任务的要求. . 语法结构或词汇方面应用基本准确,些许错误主要是因尝试较复杂语法结构或词 汇所致. . 应用简单的语句间的连接成分,使全文紧凑. 达到了预期的写作目的. 第三档: (11～15 分)基本完成了试题规定的任务. . 虽漏掉一些内容,但覆盖所有主要内容. . 应用的语法结构和词汇能满足任务的要求. . 有一些语法结构和词汇方面的错误, 但不影响理解. . 应用简单的语句间的连接成分,使全文内容连贯. 整体而言,基本达到了预期的写作目的. 第二档: (较差) (6～10 分) 未恰当完成试题规定的任务. . 漏掉或未描叙清楚一些主要内容,写了一些无关内容. . 语法结构单调,词汇项目有限. . 有一些语法结构或词汇方面的错误,影响了对写作内容的理解. . 较少使用语句间的连接成分,内容缺少连贯性. 信息未能清楚地传达给读者. 第一档: (差) (1～5 分)未完成试题规定的任务. . 明显遗漏主内容,写了一些无关的内容,原因可能是未能理解试题要求. . 语法结构单调,词汇项目有限. . 较多要点,语法结构或词汇方面的错误,影响对写作内容的理解. . 缺乏语句间的连接成分,内容不连贯. 信息未能传达给读者. 0分 未能传达给读者任何信息:内容太少,无法评判:写的内容均与所要求内容无关 或所写内容无法看清. 说明: 说明: 1. 内容要点可用不同方式表达. 2. 对紧扣主题的适当发挥不予扣分. 书面表达评分细则: (1) 必要点: ① 成因:社会期望值,学习压力 ② 分析后果 ③ 你的看法 ④你的建议. (2)评分标准:成因及后果 15 分,看法和建议 10 分. (3)评分公式:档次得分-语言扣分-词数分-其它扣分 = 实际得分 扣分原则: A,语言扣分(下列错误各扣 2 分) ①动词时态,语态;句子结构. ②相同错误重复出现,不重复扣分. ③发挥部分出现以上错误同样扣分. B,其它扣分:书写不规范,字迹潦草或卷面不整洁酌情扣 2-5 分. C,词数分:词数少于 130 或多于 170 的,从总分中减去 2 分. D,下列情况为小错,每 3 个小错相当于一个大错,扣 2 分: ①不影响达意的介词,冠词,大小写错误,名词单复数错误:
听力录音原文: Text 1 W:Richard,your new tie is so beautiful.Was it expensive? M:Not really.One tie is 25 dollars.But if you buy two ties,you can save 5 dollars altogether, so I bought two. Text 2 M:Are you still teaching at the school? W:Not since May.My husband and I went into business together as soon as he left politics. Text 3 M:Excuse me,Ms Benson.Can I talk to you for a minute? W:Sure,Lee.What's the matter? M:I'm really having problems learning English.I do all my work and come to class,but I'm not making much progress.What do you think I should do? W: Maybe it's a little hard for you to learn English, you are improving. you spend much time but Do with Americans? Text 4 W:David,did you get the part you tried out for in the play? M:That role was given to someone else,but I got a better part. Text 5 M:Did they play for about two hours? W:No.This time the concert was over in an hour and a half. Text 6 W:What do you find hardest in learning English? M:I find listening really hard.Sometimes it's just impossible to understand. W:Well,you just need a lot of practice.The more you listen to English,the easier it becomes. M:It's easier said than done! W:Why don't you buy a radio? Then you can listen to BBC Radio or VOA English program on the radio. M:Do you think that would help? W: Of course. M: That's a good idea. But I also have some difficulty in writing. W: Oh, well, for that, you'd better find an English pen friend. M:hank you for your advice. Text 7 W:May I help you? M:Yes, I' d like to send this letter to my friend in England. W: Did you write your return address on the envelope M: Yes, I did. W: How do you want to send it? M: I guess I will send I t by airmail.
W: Does it have anything valuable inside? M: Yes. I enclosed a check and some photographs. W: Then you'd better send it by registered mail. M: That's a good idea. Will you take care of that for me? W: I' m sorry, sir. You' 11 have to take your letter to the next window. Text 8 W: Okay, M r Gates, let's go ahead and begin. First of all, tell me about your first job. M: Well, I worked for five years at Hi-tech Computers. W: Okay. Hi-tech. How about your website authoring skills? Oh, we are looking for someone to create and manage our company's website. M: Umm.. . uh, website, website. Huh... I don't think I've read that book. W: Huh? I And what about your experience with making flash? M: Well... I think sometimes computers flash... if that's what you mean. W: Okay, Mr. Gates. I think I have all the information I need! M: Oh. and I really like computer games. I play them every day. W: Right, right. Thanks, Mr. Gates. We'll be in touch. Text 9 M: Linda! How are you`? It's been ages since we last met 5 years ago! What are you doing these clays? W: I have just opened my restaurant. I' m also the head cook. M: What? You've always hated cooking! W: Well, I used to hate cooking, but now I love it. M: When did you change your mind? W: After I tried French food. Before that, I used to cook really boring things for my family. M: I still can't believe it! So did you go to cooking school or something? W:Yes.I went to California to study. M:Really? How long did you stay there? W:I was there between 1997 and 1999. M:And what did you do after that? W:Then I came back here.I worked for about two years to get some experience. M:That's great!So where is you,restaurant?I'm going to eat there, this weekend! Text 10 Ladies and gentlemen, it's a great pleasure for me to have an opportunity to introduce something about American colleges.Today there are about seven million Americans in colleges and universities. Young people under twenty-five make up nearly half of the American population. Many of those will soon be in charge of the nation. Naturally their ideas are important to everyone in the country, and it is necessary for older people to understand what they think and feel. College students today have strong opinions about what is right and what is wrong in society. They are deeply interested in making a better life for all people, especially for those who have not been given a fair chance before now. They see much about what is wrong in the lives of their parents. But it is hard for them to see what is right and good in American families, their family beliefs for example. Your country may be meeting with such problems, too.