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浙江省2016届第二次高三五校联考英语试题

2015学年浙江省第二次五校联考 英语试题卷

说明:本试卷共5大题,满分120分,考试时间120分钟。所有试题必须在答题卡上作答。
选择题部分(共80分)
第一部分 英语知识运用(共两节,满分30分)
第一节  单项填空(共20题;每小题0.5分,满分10分)
从A、B、C、D四个选项中,选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项。
1. —Mike told me yesterday that he had been looking in vain for a job in the art gallery.
  —______? If I remember right, he had a chance to work there, but he turned it down.
  A. Sorry   B. So what   C. Really    D. Why not
2. David Bowie, a Britain’s most influential songwriter for decades, died on Jan10 at ______ age 69 after ______ long battle with cancer.
  A. the; a   B. /; the    C. an; the    D. /; a
3. In the terrible traffic accident the bicycle was so badly damaged that it was almost ______ repair.
  A. under   B. without   C. beyond   D. within
4. —Oh dear! Look at the mountains of trash in the street and the terrible haze these days!
  —Everyone’s effort counts. I ______ fireworks on New Year’s Eve!
  A. needn’t have played     B. mustn’t have played  
C. shouldn’t have played     D. couldn’t have played
5. This new app enables you to create a more efficient workflow, by ______ the time it takes to move between different programs.
  A. declining   B. devoting   C. shortening   D. consuming
6. Researchers have been determined to ______ how bird flu spreads from human to human   worldwide.
 A. turn out   B. figure out   C. pick out   D. check out
7. ______ matters is the selection of the right website, ______ can offer the daily news and entertainment, and you can know everything in a matter of 30 minutes.
  A. Whatever; which B. However; which  C. Whatever; where D. However; where
8. Because society ______ so rapidly during the last few years, the gap between the generations has become larger.
  A. changed   B. has been changing C. had changed  D. was changed
9. The problem of smog is becoming increasingly serious. ______, the citizens need to wear masks when going out.
A. On the contrary B. In other words  C. As a consequence D. On the whole
10. ______ the bad weather stops me, I go for a walk every day.
  A. Despite   B. Until    C. As    D. Unless
11. After a short break, they _____ their discussion, hoping to reach an agreement.
A. accounted for  B. carried on   C. went after   D. ended up
12. She hates _____ when someone speaks to her without looking into her eyes.
A. that    B. one    C. it     D. this
13. He was so nervous on the stage that he found himself moving his steps _____, not like a skillful dancer.
A. deliberately  B. anxiously   C. firmly    D. clumsily
14. Happiness is a temporary state, not a(n)  _____ one, according to some psychologists.
A. abnormal   B. optimistic   C. permanent   D. steady
15. The signing of this agreement will ease the international _____, which might bring an end to conflicts between countries.
A. tension   B. regulation   C. process   D. affection
16. After years of hard work, they were finally able to ______ an apartment of their own in the small
city with all their savings.
A. preserve   B. purchase     C. present     D. produce
17. In recent years, video games have become more accessible, ______ mobile platforms.
  A. according to  B. in response to  C. thanks to   D. contrary to
18. He seems _____ on it for days, for it is almost finished.
  A. to work   B. to have worked   C. having worked  D. working
19. So disappointed______ to be turned back on by my closest friend that I was determined not to speak to her for the rest of my life.
A. I felt      B. have I felt     C. I did feel     D. did I feel
20. — Hi, Jack. Could you spare me a minute? I have a question for you.
—_____
A. Yes, don’t worry.       B. Of course, go ahead.
C. Yes, help yourself.         D. Of course, why not?

第二节 完形填空(共20小题;每小题1分,共20分)
    阅读下面短文,掌握其大意,然后从21-40各题所给的四个选项(A、B、C和D)中,选出最佳选项。
    In a used furniture business, unlike new, you cannot order stock from a catalogue. People call in, and you have to go out and make an offer. “You can’t   21   what you don’t have.” my father would say.
    When I was aged thirteen, my father   22   his store manager, a one-armed guy who could do more with his one arm than many will do with two. With his  23   gone, my father came to me. “Will you come in while I go out to   24   the day’s calls   25   I find the right person?” he asked.
    The store has tens of thousands of   26  . “People like to bargain,” he told me, “So I don’t  27   prices. You just have to know a   28  .”
    He took me around. “A quarter-horse motor you can sell for four dollars. For a refrigerator, depending on the   29  , you can sell for thirty-five dollars to sixty dollars. However, if it has a freezer all the way across, sell it for eighty dollars,   30   excellent condition, maybe one hundred dollars. Dishes come in with a houseful of furniture, and I don’t even figure them in when I give a price. You can sell them for a nickel to a quarter. Something really nice.”
    Every day after   31  , I would pedal down to the store. Soon after, I was writing up a sales slip(纸条)for an attractive plate when my father walked in. I had asked a dollar and the guy did not hesitate. I was very   32  . My father glanced down at what I was doing,   33   the customer and said, “You sure got a   34   today. My employee gave you the price and that’s the price.”
Afterward, I asked my father, “What was that all   35  ?”
It turned out that it was a(n)   36   plate, worth a few hundred dollars. I was shocked. Here I was   37   to help my father in the business and instead I was losing money for him.
He said, “I could’ve stopped the sales if I’d wanted to. You were just writing up the slip and hadn’t yet taken the money.   38  , by civil law, you’re   39   age. But, a man stands by his word and the word of his agent.”
  40   my father a small amount of money, but I learned a lifelong lesson in integrity (正直).
21. A. buy   B. sell    C. order    D. store
22. A. missed   B. fired    C. dismissed   D. lost
23. A. manager  B. boss    C. servant   D. salesman
24. A. ask   B. return    C. answer    D. give
25. A. if    B. when    C. until    D. unless
26. A. items   B. goods    C. facilities   D. instruments
27. A. offer   B. decide    C. mark    D. create
28. A. name   B. range    C. variety    D. catalogue
29. A. price   B. situation   C. condition   D. quantity
30. A. on    B. for    C. by    D. in
31. A. school   B. work    C. study    D. play
32. A. upset   B. worried   C. embarrassed  D. pleased
33. A. turned on  B. turned to   C. turned up   D. turned down
34. A. plate   B. reward    C. bargain   D. fortune
35. A. about   B. for    C. around    D. to
36. A. ordinary  B. fragile    C. antique   D. delicate
37. A. willing   B. going    C. managing   D. trying
38. A. However  B. Therefore   C. Besides   D. Consequently
39. A. under   B. above    C. at     D. of
40. A. Spent   B. Cost    C. Took    D. Wasted

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  阅读下列材料,从每题所给的四个选项(A、B、C和D)中,选出最佳选项。
  A
University — the best days of my life! I made lots of friends in my student dorm, went to great parties, joined the debating society…and, well, I did some work too — but I must admit my lecturers were very patient with my tardiness(拖拉).
It's easy to look back at our university days through rose-tinted spectacles but the truth is that when we first arrived on campus, most of us were out of our comfort zone.
In fact, a survey of students at Imperial College London has revealed that 3 out of 4 students experience high levels of stress, or a mental health condition, during their time at college. The survey, completed by over a thousand students, also found that 70% of those that experience stress do so at least once a week, and 9% of students feel stressed constantly.
Kirsty, a student at Exeter University, didn't enjoy her first days in college. She says: “When I first got to university I don't think I'd realized that I'd forgotten how to make friends. I'd been with the same
school friends for seven years, and so I was trying to balance social success with academic success while learning how to look after myself at quite a young age.”
Dr Ruth Caleb of the counseling service at Brunel University in London has some tips that should make life easier for students before they set off for university. She says: “Certain things that I think it would be very helpful for students to have put in place are an ability to do the practical things of life – to do the washing, to do the cleaning and so on — being able to cook. Budgeting is extremely important in university life.” And Caleb adds: “You should learn how to spend time on your own comfortably.”
I graduated and learnt how to take care of myself the hard way. I hope that new students these days remember to acquire some life skills before they make the big jump.
41. Which of the following is closest in meaning to the underlined part in Paragraph 2?
A. rose-shaped glasses    B. positive perspectives
C. negative sides      D. flower-like tools
42. What did Kirsty find most difficult to do during her first days in college?
A. Not knowing how to make new friends.
B. Not realizing the importance of making friends.
C. Looking after herself at quite an early age.
D. Trying to achieve academic success.
43. Which of the following tips are helpful or important EXCEPT _____ according to Dr. Ruth Caleb?
A. having the ability to cook    
B. being able to do the cleaning
C. learning how to spend money on one’s own
D. balancing social success and academic success
44. Which of the following can be inferred from the passage?
A. During the first few days at college for new students, most of them felt comfortable.
B. According to a survey, most students at Imperial College London suffered from stress at college.
C. The lecturers are always tolerant of college students’ improper behavior.
D. Acquiring some life skills isn’t that important to new students.
45. What does the author probably mean by saying “I graduated and learnt how to take care of myself the hard way”?
A. He quickly adapted to the new environment when he first arrived on campus.
B. He graduated from college with many achievements.
C. It might have taken him some time to get used to college life.
D. It might have made him proud by leading an independent life at college.

B
 How do you spend your time? To get it, Paul T. Rankin asked sixty-eight individuals to keep an accurate, detailed record of what they did every minute of their waking hours. He discovered that 70 percent of their waking time was spent on one thing only — communication. Put that evidence alongside the research findings uncovered by the Human Engineering Laboratories, they discovered that, vocabulary, more than any other factor yet known, predicts financial success. New words make us better thinkers as well as communicators. What better reason for beginning right now to extend your vocabulary? But how?
 Hybrid (杂交产生的) corn combines the best qualities of several varieties to ensure maximum productivity. A hybrid approach to vocabulary should, in the same way, ensure maximum results. That’s why you should use the CPD formula.
 Through Context. When students in a college class were asked what should be done when they came across an unknown word in their reading, 84 percent said, “Look it up in the dictionary.” If you do, however, you short-circuit the very mental processes needed to make your efforts most productive.
 But there’s another reason. Suppose someone asks you what the word “fast” means. You answer, “speedy or swift”. But does it mean that in such context as “fast color” or “fast friend”? And if a horse is fast, is it securely tied or galloping at top speed? It could be either. It all depends. On the dictionary? No, on the context. After all, there are over twenty different meanings for “fast” in the dictionary. But the dictionary doesn’t tell you which meaning is intended. That’s why it makes such good sense to begin with context.
 Through Word Parts. Now for the next step. Often unfamiliar words contain one or more parts, which, if recognized, provide definite help with meaning. Take the word “monolithic” for example. Try to separate the parts. There is the prefix mono-, meaning “one”, and the root –lith, meaning “stone”. Finally, there’s the suffix –ic, meaning “consisting of”. Those three parts add up to this definition: “consisting of one stone”.
 To speed up your use of word parts, you will be introduced to the fourteen most important words in the English language. The prefix and root elements in those few words are found in over 14,000 words. With those amazingly useful shortcuts, you can build up vocabulary, not at a snail’s pace, one word at a time, but in giant leaps, up to a thousand words at a time.
 Through the Dictionary. Now you can see why you should consult the dictionary last, not first. You’ve looked carefully at the context. You’ve looked for familiar word parts. Now you play Sherlock Homes. In light of context or word parts, you try to solve a mystery. What exactly does that strange word mean? Only after you go through the mental gymnastics to come up with a tentative (不确定的) definition should you open the dictionary to see if you’re right.
 You are now personally involved. Your increased interest will lead to a better memory of both word and meaning. It also encourages your development of the habits needed to accelerate your progress. And when you see in black and white the definition you had expected, what a feeling of accomplishment is yours. In that way, the CPD Formula provides the exact approaches for maximum effectiveness.
 Well, there it is, your new formula — Context, Parts, Dictionary. Use it! The results will be like the money in the bank.

46. The research findings of the Human Engineering Laboratories show that ______.
A. intelligence and vocabularies are closely related
B. income and vocabularies are closely related
C. people of large vocabularies are bound to succeed in the future
D. vocabulary is of great importance to a student’s academic performance
47. What would most college students do while coming across an unfamiliar word?
A. Seek help from others.    B. Infer the meaning through context.
C. Look for familiar word parts.   D. Consult the dictionary.
48. What does “monolingual” mean according to the passage?
  A. Involving only one language.   B. Using two languages.
  C. Speaking or using many languages. D. Involving more than one language.
49. This passage is meant to teach readers how to ______.
A. use the dictionary
B. build up vocabulary through context
C. extend vocabulary with the help of dictionaries
D. enlarge vocabulary by means of the CPD formula

C
The Chinese put up with a lot living in the world’s most populous country: standing on over-crowded trains for 40 hours; sleeping outside hospitals to secure a doctor’s appointment; waiting more than a year to earn a driver’s license.
Add getting a U.S. entry visa to the list. Applicants here have waited as long as 60 days to secure an appointment at one of five U.S. consular locations(领事馆)in China that process visas. There, they’re often greeted by long lines, followed by a face-to-face interview that can end badly in a matter of seconds.
Now there are only about 100 U.S. visa officers in China, facing considerable challenges during the summer when tourists and students travel the most. “It’s not easy work,” Charles Bennett, minister-counselor for Consular Affairs at the U.S. Embassy in Beijing, said to his staff. “You’re making, in some cases, life-changing decisions many times a day, and that can cause great tiredness.”
To adapt, US consular services expanded their hours, took on about a dozen additional staff and hope to have another 20 officers by spring. More facilities are also being expanded.
Despite the shocking numbers, the embassy remains dogged by charges that it rejects applicants unreasonably and that the process is unfairly burdensome. “I’m fed up,” said Wendy Liu, 24. The single woman from Beijing said she was recently refused a visa and told to re-apply when her personal life and finances were more stable. “I’ll go anywhere but the U.S. now,” she said. “I thought America was supposed to be a country of freedom.”
To visit the US, Chinese nationals must prove that they have enough money and family or business ties that make it likely they’ll return to China. The Department of Homeland Security said it did not keep records on how many Chinese overstay their visas.
Student visas can be refused on grounds of national security. Beijing native Tan Ge, 25, believes he was not accepted after he stated his interests in infrared(红外线的)technology and nanoelectronics(纳米电子学)on his application. He now studies in Canada after being forced to abandon a full scholarship to Arizona State University.
By its very nature, the on-the-spot process at the U.S. Embassy can feel unbearable to Chinese applicants, who are asked to take their bank statements, property deeds(房产证), marriage licenses and HUKOU, a Chinese household ID.
“It made me feel very uncomfortable,” said Xu Yong, 28, a journalist who needed a business visa last month to cover a conference in New York. “They made me feel like someone from a Third World country up to no good.”
After giving his fingerprints, Xu waited to be called for his interview, sitting in an area that was as quiet as a library. Each passing minute seemed to be as long as a century.
After an hour, Xu was called with three other people to a window for their interview. Two were rejected before his turn. Then the American officer, speaking fluent Chinese, reached for Xu’s paperwork, asked some simple questions and said, “Congratulations.”
“I was so nervous. The first thing I did when I got out was to call my mom and tell her I passed,” Xu said. “She was the one who warned me it wasn’t going to be easy.”
50. We can learn from Paragraph 2 that in China ________.
A. you may quickly be rejected for a U.S. visa after a long wait
  B. getting a U.S. visa is not as hard as getting a driver’s license
  C. an applicant has to wait two months to get a visa for the U.S.
  D. there are more than five US consular locations stamping visas
51. What makes it tiring work to be a U.S. visa officer?
  A. Overcrowded workplaces.    B. Expanded working hours.
  C. Poorly-equipped offices.    D. Over-loaded responsibilities.
52. The underlined word “dogged” in Paragraph 5 means “________”.
  A. troubled   B. pardoned   C. submitted   D. abandoned
53. Beijing native Tan Ge was refused a U.S. visa probably because he ________.
  A. had no stable income     B. was supposed to be unsafe for the U.S.
  C. had too wide interests     D. had got a full scholarship in the U.S.
54. Why does the author give a detailed description of Xu Yong’s experience?
  A. To show how lucky Xu is to make it to New York.
  B. To reflect the problems in processing a U.S. entry visa.
  C. To stress what a hard-won success it is to get a U.S. visa.
 D. To persuade readers out of working or studying abroad.

D
     In the twilight, we begin the journey together down the endless sandy beach. As nightfall sweeps across the sky, the sudden darkness catches me by surprise and she becomes only a hazy (模糊的) figure in the black. I do not have to look to know she is still there walking beside me. That sweet, comforting scent that only a mother can wear, a smell that a child will never forget silently assured me. It reminds me of my childhood days and I can barely see two figures in the dark. Slowly the shadows take shape, and transform into a woman and a girl of five years of age. Scenery appears from the dark corners and a simple house comes into view.
The rich blue sky spreads itself broadly behind it. It is all clear now and I carefully watch them playing in the small backyard, beneath a towering mango tree. A homemade swing formed from a piece of white painted wood and two thick ropes hangs on the branches. The little girl slowly pushes herself on the swing. Singing happily, she gazes at her surroundings with large, innocent eyes. Moving around her, the woman sweeps up the fallen leaves. Suddenly the girl cries out to her mother and with a smile, she stops sweeping and carefully pulls the swing back, then gives it a great push. The little girl's face lights up in delight and her long, black hair floats behind her. I watch the scene in bittersweet memory, and the longing to return to my childhood days overcomes me. Gently, the scene disappears and the sea brings me back to the dark beach with the waves pounding in my ears.
The sky becomes hazy and I see the same woman and a thirteen-year old girl in the black distance. The clouds slowly disappear and they are sitting outside in the cool night on a wooden porch talking quietly. I cannot hear. It is as if I am watching a silent movie. The woman makes a movement as if to take the girl's hand and point out constellations(星座) in the beautiful sky above them. The girl jerks(甩开) her hand away, embarrassed. Ignorantly, she fails to notice the woman's face gazing at her in disappointment. Looking down, the girl is absorbed in arranging the flowers into different patterns on the brown wood. The woman is staring eagerly at the girl, trying to make conversation, and using her hands to gesture. Yet the girl never once looks up, never says more than a few words. I watch helplessly, as the woman feels more and more frustrated and hopeless. Unaware of her mother's feelings, the girl continues to shut her out. Suddenly, the woman stands, throws her hands down at the girl and enters the house in tears. I watch with shame the events taking place before me, and wish desperately that I could change them.
In the moonlight upon the sand, I realize our two sets of footprints have begun to separate with the slightly larger ones up towards the dry sandy hill, and the smaller ones down towards the sea water. Neither pair of footprints intended to drift apart, it is just how the journey goes. The beach fades as a new scene appears. Beneath my feet, the soft sand is replaced by a cold white floor. Bright lights shine on me from the ceiling, and soon I feel sweat dripping down my face. The line begins to move.
“Time to go.” I whisper. She does not say a word, but smiles a watery smile and holds my hand tightly. Slowly she lets go, but I continue to cling to her hand, desperate in the moment. The excited emotions I had felt a week ago were gone, and only the sick feeling of leaving home existed. We look at each other, and in that gaze, a thousand words pass between us. I drop her hand and wrap my arms around her back tightly, giving her a long squeeze. Unwillingly, we tear apart and I head slowly down the long corridor, looking back once, twice, to see if she is still standing there, watching me. I smile as my eyes fill with tears, and turn the corner.
Everything blurs(变模糊), and I shake my head to clear the haziness. I am lost in the cool sea breeze. Looking up at her, I feel the desire to run and wrap my arms around her legs as I once used to. I long for her to walk beside me, my companion along our journey once again. Staring at her turned head expectantly, she turns and catches my eye and holds the gaze for a long time in pure silence. Giving a gentle smile, she walks down toward me. Together, we continue our journey to the end of the beach, her footprints and mine.

55. What makes the writer feel her mother’s presence?
  A. The clothes her mother wears.
  B. The scent she can smell.
  C. The figure she can see in the dark.
  D. The shadow she casts on the beach.
56. Why does the girl’s face light up in Paragraph 2?
A. Because she has learned how to push herself on the swing.
B. Because she is proud of her long beautiful hair.
C. Because her mother is always sweeping around her. 
D. Because her mother is always ready to help and comfort her.
57. What makes the mother disappointed in Paragraph 3?
A. The generation gap between the daughter and the mother.
B. The daughter finally left home and she is alone.
C. Her daughter is unwilling to appreciate the constellations with her.
D. They can only communicate by gesture.
58. What is the passage mainly about?
A. Sweet memories of her childhood.
B. The recalling of some scenes in the past days.
C. What she saw on the beach with her mother.
D. The relationship between the girl and her mother.
59. Which of the following writing techniques is employed in the passage?
A. Explanation.    B. Comparison.   C. Description. D. Argument.
60. Which of the following serves the best title for the passage?
A. The Footprints  B. A Journey to the Beach C. Her Gaze   D. Mother’s Love

第二节:下面文章中有5个段落需要添加首句 (第61~65题)。请从以下选项(A、B、C、D、E和F)中选出符合各段落的首句。选项中有一项是多余选项。
A. Dress for success
B. Offer positive comments
C. Limit what you say
D. Focus on your abilities
E. Likability counts
F. Ask for the job

Every year, millions of job hunters make great efforts to land a job they want. However, many of them fail, partly due to their lack of common knowledge in dealing with job interviews. Here are some of the principles that they should bear in mind when attending a job interview.
61. ______
While most employers know and understand that employees have their life business outside of work, they do not want to hear about them or see evidence of these getting in the way of work. Therefore, when attending a job interview, try not to mention the family difficulty or trouble that you are facing right now, and focus on all the things that you are capable of doing in your future work.
62. ______
Before going to attend an interview, search for some information about the employees of that company: What kind of work are they mostly doing? What kind of working clothes are preferred in their working conditions? Are there any specific requirements or taboos for the clothes? Prepare well and dress yourself properly in order to be considered professional at the first meeting.
63. ______
One of the biggest mistakes many job seekers make is ruining an otherwise successful interview by not actually asking for the job. It might seem unnecessary. After all, the job seeker would not have applied if he or she did not want the job. However, by asking for the job in the interview, the job seeker is sending a strong message to the employer that he or she is interested in the job and is enthusiastic about the opportunity. By saying “my main goal is to be working for you”, you are actually demonstrating the type of interest and enthusiasm that any employer would like to hear form a candidate.
64. ______
When asked about your former work experience, keep your comments about your former boss or colleagues very positive. Even if your former working conditions were really bad or that you didn’t get on well with your boss or colleagues, you are still supposed not to bite behind their backs. Otherwise, the interviewers may have the feeling that you will gossip or speak ill of them once they become your employers.
65. ______
In a real world interview, the personal connection established with the interviewer (i.e., does he or she like you) could be the key factor in determining your employment fate. In an interview, this personal connection is often established within the first five minutes of the interview, and while a positive connection will not necessarily result in a job offer, a negative connection will almost always result in rejection. The lack of likability was a major reason behind the firing of many interviewees who were not able to make a positive impression on their interviewers.

非选择题部分(共40分)
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)
下面短文中共有10处语言错误,请在有错误的地方增加、删除或修改某个单词。
增加:在缺词处加一个漏字符号(^),并在其下面写上该加的词。
删除:把多余的词用斜线(\)划掉。
修改:在错词下划一横线,并在该词下面写出修改后的词。
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。
Dear Jim,
  So glad that you are interested in my new flat. Now I would like tell you something about it. Locating in the north of the city, this Residential Center is small with only six building. My flat, which covers the area of 36 square meters, is in the fourth floor in Building 2. It consisted of a sitting room, a bedroom, a kitchen and a toilet. When you enter into the flat, you will find yourself in the sitting room. The sitting room is the part that I like best, because it is brightly with a lovely balcony, which I can enjoy the beautiful garden below. Although my flat is small, I like them very much because it is comfortable.
   Best regards,
                                                              Yours,
                                                              Li Hua
第二节  书面表达(满分30分)
近年来,各地媒体不断推出各种选秀节目,电视选秀非常流行,同时不少年轻人,甚至高中生也参加了这类节目。请以“电视选秀节目(TV talent show)之利弊”为主题,用英文写一篇120个词左右的短文。要点如下:
1、简述电视选秀节目的现状;
2、你对选秀节目利弊的看法并说明你的理由。
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2015学年浙江省第二次五校联考 英语答案

I. 单选(每小题0.5分,共10分)
1—5 CDCCC  6—10 BABCD   11—15 BCDCA  16—20 BCBDB 
II. 完型(每小题1分,共20分)
21—25 BDACC    26—30 ACBCD   31—35 ADBCA    36—40 CDCAB
III. 阅读(每小题2分,共50分)
41—45 BADBC  46—50 BDADA    51—55 DABCB   56—60 DCBCA  
61—65 . DAFBE
IV. 改错(10分)
Dear Jim,
  So glad that you are interested in my new flat. Now I would like˄ tell you something about it.
                                                     to
Locating in the north of the city, this Residential Center is small with only six building. My flat,
Located                                                        buildings
 which covers the area of 36 square meters, is in the fourth floor in Building 2. It consisted of a
            an                       on                           consists
sitting room, a bedroom, a kitchen and a toilet. When you enter into the flat, you will find yourself

in the sitting room. The sitting room is the part that I like best, because it is brightly with a lovely
                                                             bright
balcony, which I can enjoy the beautiful garden below. Although my flat is small, I like them very
       where                                                           it
much because it is comfortable.
   Best regards,
                                                              Yours,
                                                              Li Hua

IIV. 书面表达(30分)
参考范文
  With different media across China coming up with various shows, TV talent show has grown in popularity in recent years. Meanwhile, it is not uncommon to see many young people, even high school students, attend these shows.
 As far as I am concerned, TV talent show is like a double-edged sword, which can do us both good and harm. On the one hand, these shows can provide precious opportunities for the young to express themselves and to perform their talents of singing, dancing and so on. On the other hand, they may also mislead the youth and make them believe that they can make easy money or become famous overnight, ignoring the fact of “No pains, no gains.”
 Therefore, it is of vital importance for us, especially young people and their parents, to think twice before attending them.   

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