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2012年高考英语模拟试卷附答案(3)(打印版)

本试卷分为四部分。满分150分。考试时间120分钟。

注意事项:

1.请考生将自己的学校、班级、姓名、考号填写在答题卷密封栏内。

2.每小题选出答案后,用2B铅笔在答题卡上对应题目的答案代号涂黑。如需改动,用橡皮擦干净后,再选涂其它答案标号。不能答在试卷上。

3.考试结束后,监考人员将本试卷和答题卡一并收回。

第一部分:听力(共两节,满分30分)

  做题时,先将答案划在试卷上。录音内容结束后,你将有两分钟的时间将试卷上的答案转涂到答题卡上。

第一节 (共5小题;每小题1.5分,满分7.5分)

听下面5段对话。每段对话后有一个小题,从题中所给的A、B、C三个选项中选出最佳选项,并标在试卷的相应位置。听完每段对话后,你都有10秒钟的时间来回答有关小题和阅读下一小题。每段对话仅读一遍。

1.What does the man ask the woman to do?

    A.Wait while he finishes the letter.   

    B.Drop him off at home.

    C.Mail the letters on her way to class.

2.What is the cause of Sara’s colds?

    A.The strong wind.

    B.The changeable weather.

    C.The cool temperature.

3.When must the cameras be returned?

    A.Before eight o’clock in the morning.

    B.Before eight o’clock in the evening.

    C.By the next day.

4.What are they talking about?

    A.Necessities of revision of all lessons.

    B.The final examinations.

    C.The ways of getting high scores in the final exam.

5.How does the man like this dish made?

    A.With lots of sugar.    B.With no salt.    C.With more salt.

第二节 (共15小题;每题1.5分,满分22.5分)

听下面5段对话或独白。每段对话或独白后有几个小题,从题中所给的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,每小题将给出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.How many branches do most of the net schools have?

    A.About ten.    B.Uncertain.    C.Only one.

7.Which of the following doesn’t need in the long – distance examinations?

    A.Examination rooms.    B.Examination supervisors.    C.Pencils and erasers.

8.What can we learn from the conversation?

    A.The answers of the online text are transmitted by the Internet.

    B.The results of the online text will be out in a long time.

    C.Only few people will take part in the long – distance education in the future.

听第7段材料,回答第9至11题。

9.What is the man doing?

    A.Asking the waitress about the menu.

    B.Asking the waitress to bring his bill.

    C.Asking the waitress to explain his bill.

10.Which items are the beer?

    A.The second and the sixth.   

    B.The second and the seventh.

    C.The second and the eighth.

11.How did the man pay his bill?

    A.By credit card.   

    B.By traveler’s cheque.   

    C.By a coequal with a banker’s card.

听第8段材料,回答第12至14题。

12.What are they talking about?

    A.No – child family.    B.Bringing up children.    C.Marriage in the USA.

13.What’s the reason why married couples have decided not to have any children?

    A.Because they don’t like children.

    B.Because they feel it hard to bring up children.

    C.Because the pressures of modern work and life are heavy.

14.Which of the following is true?

    A.Few old people agree to have no children.

    B.Some people do not willingly have children.

    C.Many men become parents after long preparation.

听第9段材料,回答第15至17题。

15.What is the general idea the woman has on modern art?

    A.She thinks very poorly of it.

    B.She thinks some of modern art is good, and others are bad.

    C.She does not think that all the modern artists are serious towards their works.

16.Why does the man want to stop discussing the matter of modern art?

    A.Because he thinks he will lose the argument soon.

    B.Because he thinks it is no good talking about the problem any more.

    C.Because he knows his opinions on modern art do not sound reasonable enough.

17.What will the woman most probably do if there is a modern art exhibition near her house?

    A.She will do anything except visiting the show.

    B.She will visit the show with the man.

    C.She will spare some time to have a look at the exhibition.

听第10段材料,回答第18至20题。

18.How many percent of the world’s flags contain red?

    A.70%    B.80%    C.85%

19.Why do people dislike black?

    A.It means danger.   

    B.It makes people not noticed.   

    C.It makes people feel afraid.

20.Which of the following is not true according to the passage?

    A.Different colors have different meanings.

    B.Yellow is a very relaxing color and blue is a very calm color.

    C.People who wear gray want to cover themselves to all.

第二部分:英语知识运用(共两节, 满分40  分)

第一节:单项填空(共10小题,每小题1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。

21.It’s surprising that this respectable gentleman should have   such a crime.

    A.undertaken    B.committed    C.performed    D.assumed

22.I don’t think it’s wise of you to    your greater knowledge in front of the director, for it may offend him.

    A.pay off    B.call off    C.cut off    D.show off

23.At first    it looked like a simple accident, but later the police became suspicious.

    A.sight    B.look    C.view    D.glimpse

24.Actually all the empty apartments in downtown areas have been rent at   high prices.

    A.extremely    B.constantly    C.approximately    D.frequently

25.The government is trying to do something to    better understanding between the two countries.

    A.raise    B.promote    C.appeal    D.arise

26.We’re expecting Jerry because he’s our   visitor who comes here for holiday every summer.

    A.familiar    B.similar    C.regular    D.popular

27.--- I’d like to see Curse of the Golden Flower very much, but I have no money on me now.

  --- That’s Ok. This is my    .

    A.treat    B.turn    C.service     D.offer

28.The computer in our office    , so we bought a new one.

    A.gave off    B.gave out    C.gave away    D.gave back

29.All the streets in Moscow were    with flags to welcome chairman Hu Jingtao.

    A.furnished    B.supplied    C.decorated    D.declined

30.I’d   his reputation with other businessmen, and then make a decision about whether or not to approve a loan.

    A.take into account    B.live up with    C.make up for    D.come to light

第二节  根据汉语提示或括号里所给词的正确形式填空。(共10小题,每小题1.5分,满分15分)

31.Lucy is much kinder to her so than she is to the others,   (让其他的人不高兴)(which)

32.  (虽然他聪明),he doesn’t put his heart into his research. (as)

33.  (让她感到吃惊的是),she received a call from Li Yong that she could have a chance to choose a “golden egg”. (astonish)

34.I   (教书)in a big city five years ago. Still, I don’t regret giving it up. (teach)

35.Joseph   (一定没有找到他的汽车),for he came to work by bus this morning. (can)

36.   (因为她病了),Mary had to stay at home. (be)

37.Many representatives were in favor of his suggestion that a special committee   (被建立)to investigate the incident. (set)

38.There is    (没有必需邀请)her to the party. She has got engaged and is quite mad about her fiancé. (point)

39.The film Harry Potter IV   (为……为准备)children above 12 and adults, for it contains horror and violence. (intend)

40.He is said   (在设计)a new computer programme now, but I don’t know when he will finish it. (design)

第三节  完形填空(共20小题;每小题1.5分,满分30分)

  阅读下面短文,从短文后所给各题的四个选项中选出能填入相应空白处的最佳选项。

I have come to believe that a great teacher is a great artist and that there are as few as there are any other great   41  . It might even be the greatest of the art   42  it’s the medium between the human mind and spirit.

I shall speak only of my first   43  because in addition to the other things, she   44  discovery.

She aroused us to shouting, book waving discussions. She had the   45  class in school and she didn’t even seem to know it. We could   46  stick to the textbooks. She   47  curiosity into us so that we found facts or truths   48  in our hands like captured fireflies.

She was fired and perhaps   49  so, for failing to teach fundamentals. Such things must be   50  . But she left us a passion for the pure   51  world and she filled me with a   52  which has never left. I could not do simple math but   53  her I sensed that mathematics was very much like music.

When she was fired,  54  came over us but the light did not   55  . She left her signature for us, the literature of the teacher who wrote on our   56  . I suppose that to a larger extent I am the   57  manuscript(手稿) of the high school teacher. What deathless power   58  the hands of such a person.

I can tell my son who looks forward with   59  to fifteen years of unpleasant study that somewhere in the dusty dark a magic   60  happen that will light up the years … if he is very lucky.

41.A.artists    B.scientists    C.doctors    D.actors

42.A.when    B.since    C.however    D.so

43.A.friend    B.classmate    C.teacher    D.roommate

44.A.made    B.found    C.created    D.brought

45.A.quietest    B.noisiest    C.loudest    D.bravest

46.A.never    B.always    C.often    D.forever

47.A.frightened    B.forced    C.breathed    D.preferred

48.A.remained    B.left    C.laid    D.hidden

49.A.rightly    B.wrongly    C.doubtfully    D.sadly

50.A.practiced    B.learned    C.researched    D.experimented

51.A.familiar    B.mysterious    C.knowable    D.frightful

52.A.courage    B.determination    C.pleasure    D.curiosity

53.A.through    B.with    C.to    D.before

54.A.gladness    B.surprise    C.sadness    D.hesitation

55.A.put off    B.make up    C.take away    D.go out

56.A.minds    B.names    C.papers    D.books

57.A.corrected    B.copied    C.unsigned    D.rewritten

58.A.deals with    B.lies in    C.adds up    D.grows up

59.A.horror    B.excitement    C.disappointment    D.joy

60.A.may    B.should    C.must    D.can’t

第三部分:阅读理解(共20小题;每小题2分,满分40分)

  阅读下列短文,从每题所给的四个选项中,选出最佳选项。

A

Best – selling horror writer Stephen has another hit on his hands – but don’t go looking for it at our bookstore. King’s new ghost story, Riding the Bullet is only available on the Internet. The story – which King wrote while he was recovering from serious injuries which happened to him in a hit – and – run accident near his summer home in Maine last year – produced instant traffic blocks on the Web the moment it became published and availed online at 12:01 a. m. Tuesday.

King gave out a statement saying “he is curious to see what sort of reaction there is and whether or not this is the future of publishing.” He is not the first author to make his work available wholly online, but he is the first among the top ranks of writers to take that step.

King told Time magazine that his experiment with putting his story Riding the Bullet on the Internet has been so successful that he is considering putting a full length book online. “The new way of publishing”, said King, “could exactly change the way people regard reading.” The story was put out fully over the Web and it will only be available on the Internet, as an “e – book”. It was given away for free the first 24 hours. After that readers could download it for $ 2.50. As of Sunday, more than 5,000,000 people had downloaded the piece.

Simon & Schuster, which is electronically publishing the e – book, says 4,000,000 readers ordered it in the first 24 hours during which it was available. The company is now in talks with other authors about publishing more e – books. Publishers say King’s decision to publish the story fully online shows that the e – book format (式样)is here to stay. King himself says the Internet has great promise as a way to share our literature, but he doesn’t think “anything will take the place of the printed word and the book with a cover.”

61.How will readers get a copy of King’s new book Riding the Bullet?

    A.Order it from the local bookstores.    B.Download it from the Internet for free.

    C.Send emails to King.    D.Pay & 2.5 for an e – book version.

62.Which of the following is NOT true according to the passage?

    A.King’s e – mail was an instant success.

    B.King was interviewed by Time magazine for his new book.

    C.The publisher of the book Riding the Bullet is willing to work with King in a larger size.

    D.King is going to change the way people read.

63.The word “e – book ” in paragraph 3 is probably taken from    .

    A.easy – to – read book    B.express book

    C.English book        D.electronic book

64.The first two paragraphs suggest that   .

    A.King can earn a good amount from the traditional way of publishing

    B.Publishing on the Web is King’s only choice at the moment

    C.King is curious about the future of the publication industry

    D.King is not famous and has to do something online to attract readers

B

  The Lies of George W. Bush

  By David Corn

  Imprint: Three Rivers Press

  Trade Paperback: 368 pages

  Pub Date: May 2004

  Price: US $ 12.195

  ISBN: 1400050677

All American presidents have lied, but George W. Bush has seriously abused the truth, this book tells us. It’s full of sharp accusations against the US president and his inner circle. David Corn, the Washington editor of “The Nation”, details the many times the Bush administration knowingly and intentionally misled the American public to advance its own interests and plan. These include: Unclear reports and presenting misleading arguments to gain public support for the war against Iraq. Misleading explanations, instead of telling the full truth, about the 9/11 attacks.

The Family: The Real Story of the Bush Dynasty

By Kitty Kelley

Imprint: Doubleday

Hardcover: 736 Pages

Pub Date: September 2004

Price: US $ 29.95

ISBN: 0385503245

They have got huge financial power and controlled world politics for more than half a century. They have been elected as governors, congressmen, senators and presidents. They have shaped America’s past and, with the country at war under the leadership of their No. 1 son, they are, shaping America’s future. As the Bush family has risen to power, they have been masters of their own public image. They act and operate under the protection of privacy their money and status has afforded them.

America’s Secret War

By George Friedman

Imprint: Doubleday

Hardcover: 368 pages

Pub Date: October 2004

Price: US $ 25.95

ISBN: 0385512457

Friedman tells the surprising truth behind America’s foreign policy and war in Afghanuistan and Iraq. In “America’s Secret War”, George Friedman identifies the Untied States’ most dangerous enemies. He also examines presidential strategies of the last quarter century, and reveals the real reasons behind the attack of 9/11 and the Bush administration’s reasons for the war in Iraq.

He describes in detail America’s secret and open efforts in the global war against terrorism.

65.Which of the two books are published by the same publisher?

    A.America’s Secret War and The Nation.

    B.The Family: The Real Story of the Bush Dynasty and The Lies of George W. Bush.

    C.The Family: The Real Story of the Bush Dynasty and America’s Secret War.

    D.America’s Secret War and The Lies of George W. Bush.

66.In the three books introduced above, the readers can learn    .

    A.how George W. Bush lied to the American people

    B.how the Bush family came to power

    C.the real truth behind the war on terrorism

    D.the truth about Bush

67.In which book is Bush criticized by the author?

    A.America’s Secret War.

    B.The Lies of George W. Bush.

    C.The Family: The Real Story of the Bush Dynasty.

    D.The Nation.

68.If you are an official from the department of foreign affairs, which book will most interest you?

    A.America’s Secret War.   

    B.The Lies of George W. Bush

    C.The Family: The Real Story of the Bush Dynasty.

    D.The Nation.

C

Mauritius, with its full name the Republic of Mauritius, an island country, lies 1,200 miles off the southeastern coast of Africa, and just east of Madagascar, another African island country, which is larger by far than Mauritius. It covers 788 square miles and has a population of 1,00,000, about 750.000 Indians, 300,000 Chinese and 20,000 Whites included. They are living together peacefully, although they share such different beliefs as Hindu, Roman Catholic, Muslim and so on.

The country can be divided into many parts with different climate all because of its peculiar terrains (地形). In the center there are volcanoes several thousand feet high, and 90% of its arable land is covered with sugarcane.

There are no people living on the island before the Dutch landed on it in 1638. The Dutch abandoned it in 1710, and five years later, the French came and succeeded in planting sugarcane there. It was conquered by Britain in 1818. As a result, its official language is English. The main big cities are Beau – Bassin and Mahebourg, with Port Louis as its capital.

Mauritius has many rare and unique animals, such as the snakes, parrots and lizards. The giraffe is a type of animal with a very long neck and legs and yellow skin with dark spots. It is the tallest of all living animals.

Mauritius was extremely poor when it declared its independence in 1968. In the past ten years, obvious economic prosperity has shown itself in this island country. Nowadays its business, culture and tourism are developing rapidly. Every year, thousands of millions of people rush there to enjoy the silver sand beach and song and dance performances with native national characters.

69.Who succeeded in planting sugarcane?

    A.The Dutch        B.Only the French

    C.The Dutch and the French    D.The French and British people

70.The right order that shows the history of Mauritius should be    .

    a.seized by the French    b.became its master

    c.ruled by the Dutch        d.conquered by the British

    A.b,a,c,d    B.a,c,d,b    C.d,e,a,b    D.c,a,d,b

71.According to the passage all of the following statements are true EXCEPT   .

    A.Arable land covers 90% of the country’s total area

    B.It was the rule of foreigners that made the Mauritius people live in poverty

    C.More than half of Mauritius population are Indians

    D.Britain ruled the island longer than French and Dutch

72.Which of the following maps shows the right position of Mauritius?

  (MAU = Mauritius; MA = Madagascar; A = Africa)

D

  In the future your automobile will run on water instead of gas! You will be able to buy a supercomputer that fits in your pocket! You might even drive a flying car!

For each prediction that has come true today, several others have missed by a mile. Many of these predictions didn’t consider how people would want to use the technology. Or if people really needed it in their lives or not. Let’s look at some predictions from the not – too – distant past.

Robot Helpers

Where’s the robot in my kitchen? Nowhere, of course. And he’s probably not coming anytime soon. Robots do exist today, but mostly in factories and other Manufacturing environments.

Back in the 1950s, however, people said that by now personal robots would be in most people’s home.

So why hasn’t happened? Probably because robots are still too expensive and Clumsy. And maybe the idea of robots cooking our dinners and washing our clothes is just too weird. At home we seem to be doing fine without them.

Telephones of tomorrow?

In 1964 an American company introduced the video telephone. They said by the year 2000 most people would have a video phone in their homes. But of course the idea hasn’t caught on yet.

Why? The technology worked fine, but it overlooked something obvious: peoples desire for privacy. Would you want to have a video phone conversation with someone after you just stepped out of the shower?

Probably not – it could be embarrassing! Just because a technology is available doesn’t always mean people will want to use it.

And finally, how about that crazy prediction of the flying car? It’s not so crazy anymore! But a flying car remains one of the most fascinating technology ideas to capture our imagination. Keep watching the news – or perhaps the sky outside your window – to see what the future will bring.

73.The whole passage is mainly about     .

    A.predictions that have come true    B.predictions that haven’t come true

    C.why predictions don’t come true easily    D.what will technology bring about

74.Which of the following is probably not the author’s belief?

    A.predictions needn’t consider people’s practical use of technology.

    B.The future isn’t always easy to guess.

    C.Not past predictions have come true.

    D.Many of the high – tech things our parents thought we’d be using by now simply never appeared.

75.The underlined word “weird” probably means    .

    A.wonderful    B.stupid    C.practical    D.strange

76.What does the author think of the flying car?

    A.It is too difficult to imagine.    B.It is too crazy an idea.

    C.It is likely to be made.    D.It is often reported in the news.

E

What does the word “heart” mean? Strictly speaking, a heart is an organ of the physical body which pumps blood into the organism(生物体). The term “heart”, however, extends to more than the physical body.

When lovers separate, one will often claim to have a broken heart, yet remain living. A sad gent or lady will often grasp the area between the ribs(肋骨) at the center of the chest, and moan (呻吟) in sorrow over the lost lover. Physical or not, the heart in this case is also something that pumps life into the emotional body.

“Don’t lose heart,” says a friend to another who has been discouraged by one of life’s many trials. Now how can anyone lose a heart? I ask. Easily, by getting discouraged. Again, the heart becomes a symbol of pumping life into a system but not a physical one.

When one gets to the heart of the matter, she gets to its center – which gives its meaning. When people beg, “Have a heart,” they are asking you to be kind – hearted – to recognize the soul in another. Having a heart – to – heart talk means sharing something from the center of our being with someone else. Speaking from the heart always implies communicating from what is real and essential in our lives.

Perhaps the most common definition of the word “heart”, therefore, should recognize that “heart” is something essential to every human being, whether it is physical or not.

77.The author writes this passage to   .

    A.correct others’ inexact explanations of the word “heart”

    B.tell readers a series of humorous stories

    C.discuss how to give a good definition to the word “heart”

    D.educate people to old positive attitude towards life

78.The underlined words “this case” (in Paragraph 2) refer to   .

    A.lovers’ separation        B.the death of one’s lover

    C.one hurts oneself        D.one’s crying for his or her lover

79.According to the author, how can one lose a heart?

    A.By losing what one owns.    B.By feeling sad.

    C.By hurting others.        D.By getting discouraged.

80.If you would like to have a heart – to – heart talk with someone,   .

    A.you will follow the other’s advice without hesitation

    B.you will give your own opinion in a direct way

    C.both of you will be honest as well as open minded

    D.both of you will talk about others’ affairs instead of yours

第四部分:书面表达(满分25分)

1963年3月5日,毛泽东发出了“向雷锋同志学习”的号召。“学雷锋”运动在中国一度非常流行。现在“学雷锋”运动是否已经过时?现代社会还需要“雷锋精神”吗?请结合自己的经验或见闻谈谈你自己的看法。

注意:1.词数100左右,开头已经给出,不计入总词数。

2.参考词汇:运动:campaign;雷锋精神:Lei Feng Spirit;和谐的:harmonious

Chairman Mao called on the whole nation to “Learn From Comrade Lei Feng” on March 5,1963,          

          

          

2011年高考英语模拟试卷(3)附答案

参考答案

Text 1

W : See you later – I’m going to class.

M : Could you please drop these two letters in the mail box on your way?

Text 2

W : I have caught so many colds this year.

M : Why? What happened, Sara?

W : I think it’s because of the weather. It’s sunny and hot one day and cold and windy the next day.

Text 3

M : Do you rent cameras here?

W : Yes. You may rent cameras either by the hour or the day. Either way you have to have your camera back here by eight p.m.

Text 4

M : The final examinations are coming soon. Are you ready for them?

W : Not yet. I’m busy reviewing all my lessons. I’m eager to get high scores in the exams!

Text 5

M : Why does this dish taste so different today?

W : I didn’t put in as much salt as I normally do.

M : No wonder. Well, I like the way it tasted before.

Text 6

M : Martha said students can take examinations on line?

W : This is a part of the long – distance education. It’s widely used now, and it’s convenient. Most of the net schools have their branches nationwide, which are in charge of arranging the examinations.

M : You mean that long – distance examinations also need examination rooms and supervisors?

W : Commonly it’s like this, but the questions and answers of the test are transmitted by the Internet.

M : I see. Thus students can take examinations at any place convenient for them.

W : Yes, some courses give out the results on the Internet as soon as the tests are over.

Text 7

M : Could I have my bill, please?

W : Yes, sir. One moment, please.

M : Could you kindly explain this to me? What is item 6?

W : Perhaps I could go through it for you. The first item is the cover charge. Number 2 is the beer. Then your starter, your main course and the vegetables. The main course was 4.50 not 3.50, so item 6 is different.

M : Oh, I see. But how was I expected to know that?

W : Yes, sir. They are a bit hard to follow sometimes. Number 8 is your dessert. Oh, and number 7 is your second beer.

M : And what about the service, is that included?

W : Yes, that’s marked down here, 10 percent service.

M : Good. Thank you. Now, can you take my credit card?

W : I’m afraid we don’t accept credit cards.

M : Oh dear. What about a cheque with a banker’s card.

W : Yes, sir. That will be all right.

Text 8

W : Have you found something new in our American society?

M : What are you referring to?

W : There are more and more single people and no – child families.

M : So there are. The reasons seem to be many – sided.

W : You know? Can you say something about it?

M : Obviously, one of the reasons lies in the pressures of modern work and life.

W : But not all the people agree.

M : Yes. some old people argue that the generation faces serious questions about the continuity of life and as well as its quality.

W : It is so serious? What’s their opinion?

M : They think it is selfish to stay childless after marriage, and that the no – child family goes against nature.

W : Really? Last night I read a newspaper. An article said that in a commercial society, many men become parents without realizing it. Do they willingly have to raise a child even when they don’t want to?

M : There are no definite answers.

W : What about women?

M : While for many women, pregnancy can be a way to satisfy a need for the attention and affection they never had as children.

Text 9

M : Do you mean to tell me you don’t care for modern art? Not any of it?

W : That’s right. I don’t understand it and I don’t like it.

M : That’s a very narrow – minded viewpoint. If you don’t understand it, how can you say that you don’t like it?

W : Perhaps I am a little conservative. I really can’t catch up with so many changes nowadays. Still, I just can’t imagine that the modern artist is really serious.

M : I won’t argue with you, but I think you’re being unfair. The modern artist has a more different method to his work than the traditional artist.

W : Are you trying to tell me these peculiar paintings mean anything? A child could paint better than that.

M : I guess there’s no point in discussing the matter any further. You have your opinion and I have mine.

W : I agree there are two sides to everything, but this time I see only one of them.

M : Well, I’m attempting to explain that the modern artist is trying to get across his personal feelings about the world around him.

W : Then he should keep his feelings to himself.

Text 10

Different colors have different effects on people. Red is an exciting color. It creates an image of action, energy and danger. Red is also the most frequently used color in flags. 80% of the world’flags contain red. A study in Germany showed that football teams wearing red are more successful. Blue is a very calm color. Businessmen usually wear dark blue suits. Blue is also a peaceful color. The flag of the United Nations is light blue. Yellow means free don and green is very relaxing color. Some doctors nowadays wear green, because it is less tiring than white. Black can also be a very threatening color while white is a pure and strong color. This is one reason why most doctors wear white coast. We trust them more. People wearing gray do not want others to notice them. Brown is the opposite of black. It is warm and friendly, while black is threatening, want others to notice them. Brown is the opposite of black. It is warm and friendly, while black is threatening.

1 – 5 CBBBC  6 – 10 BCACB  11 – 15 CACBA

16 – 20 BABCB  21 – 25 BDAAB   26 – 30 CABCA

31.which makes the others unhappy   32.Clever as he is  33.To her astonishment

34.taught  35.can’t have found his car   36.Being ill/sick

37.(should)be set up  38.no point (in) inviting

39.is intended for  40.to be designing

41 – 45 ABCDB  46 – 50 ACDAB  51 – 55 CDACD  56 – 60 ACBAA

61 – 65 DCDAC  66 – 70 DBADD  71 –75 AABAD  76 – 80 CCBAD

书面表达

【思路点拨】

写好本文应把握好三点:1.注意半开放性作文的特殊要求;2.注意与时代相结合,找出与时代要求相吻合的点;3.正确运用时态和特殊句型以准确表达文意。

One possible Version:

Chairman Mao called on the whole nation to “Learn From Comrade Lei Feng” on March 5,1963, from then on many Chinese joined the campaign to follow “Lei Feng Spirit” and did good deeds.

However, in recent years it is considered to be old – fashioned to “Learn From Comrade Lei Feng”. But what Li Xuesheng and Wei Qinggang did in 2005 moved a lot of people throughout China. Li Xuesheng was killed while attempting to save children from the railway track in Wenzhou. And Wei Qinggang risked his life three times to save a stranger from huge waves in Qingdao. Some people around us devote themselves to society by doing good deeds just like Lei Feng. In my opinion, even in modern times, we should help each other in order to build a harmonious society.

【亮点回放】

题目具有半开放性,易于引导考生进行理性的思考,可与“构建和谐社会”的时代主题联系起来写,考生有发挥的空间。

短文使用了一些常用短语:from then on, do good deeds, in recent years, save sb. from …, devote sb. to sth, in modern times, just like …; 过渡性词语:however, in one’s opinion;以及常用的句式: it is considered to be old – fashioned to do sth.

另外,文章立意高,主题明确,中心突出,思想健康,思路清晰,结构合理。第一段:写“学雷锋”运动的提出和开展的情况;第二段:从人们的偏见写起,然后举两个例子说明:现代社会离不开“雷锋精神”,最后表达自己的观点——构建和谐社会仍然需要“雷锋精神”。

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