江苏省南京市、盐城市2016届高三第二次模拟考试英语试题(word版)

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导读:南京市、盐城市 2016 届高三年级第二次模拟考试英 语 2016.03 本试卷分选择题和非选择题两部分。满分 120 分,考试用时 120 分钟。 注意事项:答题前,考生务必将自己的学校、姓名、准考证

盐城市2016届高三第二次模拟考试语文试题 解析 答案(word版)
盐城市2016届高三第二次模拟考试语文试题 解析 答案(word版)

南京市、盐城市 2016 届高三年级第二次模拟考试英 语 2016.03 本试卷分选择题和非选择题两部分。

满分 120 分,考试用时 120 分钟。

注意事项:答题前,考生务必将自己的学校、姓名、准考证号等填涂在答题卡相应位置处。

考试结束 后,将答题卡交回。

第一部分听力(共两节,满分 20 分)做题时,先将答案标在试卷上。

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纸上。

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. Where are the speakers? A. At home. B.ln a restaurant. 2· What does the boy mean? A. Nancy has left the TV on. B. He forgot to turn off theTV. C. Nancy remembered turning offthe TV. 3· What does the woman advise the man to do? A. Go to the post office. B. Call the post office. 4· Which word can best describe the man? A. Hardworking. B. Dishonest. 5· What can we learn 什 om the conversation? A. The man is unhappy. B. The woman is very helpful. C. Mr. Barkley is disappointed. 第二节(共巧小题;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,各小题将给出 5 秒钟的做答时间。

每段对话或独白读两 遍。

听第 6 段材料,回答第 6 至 7 题。

6· Where are the woman's children studying? A. At a school nearby. B. At a private school. C. At a public school. 7· What can we learn about the woman? A. She is new here. B. She works in a school. C. She has lost her way. 8. What can we learn about Pamela? A. She must be the man's pet. B. She must be the man's friend. C. She must be the man's daughter. 9. What did the man use to be? A. A doctor. B. A boss. C. A professor. 10. What is the man going to do? A. To board a train.B. To get on an airplane. C. To catch the early bus. 11. What was the woman's original plan? A. To study in a law school. B. To work as a lawyer abroad. C. To go abroad for further study.1C. In a hotel.C. Contact the mail carrier. C. Humorous.

12. Why did the woman change her mind? A. She found it was a trick to her. B. She found it unwise to go abroad. C. She thought it would cost her too much. 13. What do the speakers decide to do? A. Keep in touch. B. Have dinner today. C. Make a call tonight.14. In what field does the woman want to work after graduation? A. Law. B. Medicine. C. Management. 15. What does the man think is the key to one's success? A.Interest. B. Ambitions. C.A backup plan. 16.What can we learn about the woman? A. She hasn't found a job up to now. B. She has no ambition and feels down. C. She will accept her father's suggestion. 听第10段材料,回答第17至20题。

17.What is the first news headline about? A.Street violence. B.Personal safety. C.Student’s health. 18.Why did some parents gather at schools in Glasgow? A. To participate in school activities. B. To call for better primary education. C. To prevent the close-down of schools. 19.What are the litter pickers doing? A. Collecting private rubbish. B. Having a one-day break. C. Cleaning up after themselves. 20. Which teams will play in the European Cup Final? A. AC Milan and Barcelona. B. Barcelona and Liverpool. C. Liverpool and AC Milan.第二部分 英语知识运用(共两节,满分35分) 第一节 单项填空(共15小题:每小题1分,满分15分) 请认真阅读下面各题,从题中所给的A、B、C、D四个选项中,选出最佳选项,并在答题纸上将 该项涂黑。

21.Different cultural features of ethnic groups are____ one another and work out a melody. A. in tune withB. in parallel with C. in contrast to D. in response to 22. ____ an increase in foreign legal conflicts, China•is expected to see the number continue to rise. A.To witness B. Being witnessed C. Witnessed D. Having witnessed 23. At the end of the historic area, Wilmington displayed its____ as a working port city: large ware-houses and a few other dated office buildings. A. achievement B. reputation C. character D. standard 24. — Do you think I'm a good surfer? — Of course! ____ Iyou earlier. You made it look so easy, graceful even. 25.So far, only one man has____a theory that seems to fit all the facts. A.come up with B. put up with C. lined up with D. caught up with 26.— Your car should be ready next Tuesday. — We were ____hoping you'd be able to do it by this Friday. A still B. rather C. always D. even 27.Many thought that after starring in the immensely popular drama, Nirvana in Fire, Hu Ge would____and actively seek new roles. A. make a mountain out of a molehill. B. have too many irons in the fire. C. strike while the iron is hot D. D. put the cart before the horse2

28.We work during the week, but weekends and evenings are usually____. A.vacant B. casual C. empty D. clear 29. Passion is passion and it doesn't matter____ it's directed. Exactly, it can be coins or sports or politics. A. why B. how C. whether D. where 30. Different tastes among tourists from outside the mainland____the list of the country's attractions A.top B. shape C. lead D. show 31.It wasn't easy having my friends talk about their freshman years____ I wasn't a part of. A. whom B. when C. that D. what 32. The desk that ____ clean so I could do homework was always surrounded with bowls of bad milk, old magazines and so on. A.may have been B. would have been C. must have been D. should have been 33.He____whether to set aside the minor differences, then he did. A.debated B. predicted C. plotted D. calculated 34.How could I lie to her____ she lived for the truth, whether it was found in music or people? A. unless B. when C. while D.though 35.. —- Mum, look at my shoes. I need a new pair. . —- I bought them for you only a week ago! A. You betB. You said it C. You don't say D.You name it 第二节 完形填空(共20小题:每小题1分,满分20分) 请认真阅读下面短文,从短文后各题所给的A、B、C、D四个选项中,选出最佳选项,并在答题纸上 将该项涂黑。

Human growth is a process of experimentation, trial, and error eventually leading to wisdom. Each time you choose to trust yourself and take action, you can never quite be certain how the situation will 36 Sometimes you are victorious, and sometimes you become disappointed. The 37 experiments, however, are no less valuable than the experiments that finally prove successful; in fact, you 38 learn more from your "failures" than you do from your 39 . If you have made what you think to be a mistake or failed to live up to your own 40 you will most likely put up a barrier between your essence and the part of you that is the alleged (F 7/ß fikJ) wrong-doer. However, viewing past actions as 41 implies guilt and blame, and it is not possible to learn anything meaning while you are engaged in blaming. _______,42 forgiveness is required when you are severely judging yourself. Forgiveness is the act of erasing an 43 debt. There are four kinds of forgiveness. The first is beginner forgiveness for yourself. The second of forgiveness is beginner forgiveness for another. The third kind of forgiveness is 44 forgiveness of yourself. This is for serious misbehaviors, the ones you carry with deep 45 . When you do something that violates your own values and principles, you create a gap between your standards and your actual 46 In such a case, you need to work very hard at 47 yourself for these deeds so that you can close this gap. This does not 48 that you should rush to forgive yourself or shouldn't feel regret, 49 taking pleasure in these feelings for a prolonged period of time is not healthy. The 50 and perhaps most difficult one is the advanced forgiveness of another. At some time of our life, you may have been severely wronged or hurt by another person to such a degree that forgiveness seems 51 However, harboring anger and revenge fantasies only keeps you 52 in victimhood. Under such a circumstance, you should force yourself to see the bigger picture. By so doing, you will be able to 53 the focus away from the anger and resentment.3

It is only through forgiveness that you can erase wrongdoing and 54 the memory. When you can 55 release the situation, you may come to see it as a necessary part of your growth. 36. A. turn outB. turn up C. break up D. break out 37.A. importantB. engaged C. failed C. continuously C. fault D. successful D. usually D. benefit38. A. obviously 39. A. successB. necessarily B. failure40. A. ability B. expectations C. belief D. experiences mistakes B. victories C. experiments D. fantasies 42.A. Still B. Therefore C. Instead D. Howeverabsurd B. original C. emotionalD. unusual44. A. ordinary 46. A. thoughtB. advanced B. approach . punishingC. alternativeD. certain45. A. wisdom B. mercy C. injury D. shameC. behavior D. purpose C. blaming D. represent D. praising B. forgiving C. reflect48. A. meanB. proveA. andB. or C. but D. so 50.A. uncertain B. premier C. next D. last 51.A. essential B. valuable C. impossible D. unavoidable 52.A.trapped B. located C. lost D. occupied 53.A. drive B. drag 55.A. naturally 第三部分 C. put D. shift D. clean C. definitely D. initially B. finally 54.A. keep B. refresh C. weaken阅读理解(共15小题:每小题2分,满分30分)请认真阅读下列短文,从短文后各题所给的A、B、C、D四个选项中,选出最佳选项,并在答 题纸上将该项涂黑。

A 5 Secrets of Web Travel Sites Booking a trip on an online travel site is convenient, but comes with its own set of problems. 1.They who's on a Mac and who's on a PC and who's going to spend more. Last year, US travel research company Orbitz tracked people's online activities to test out whether Mac users spend more on travel than PC users. On average, Mac users lay out US$20-30 more per night on hotels and go for more stars. according to the Wall Street Journal. As a result, online• travel sites show these users more expensive travel options first. To avoid inadvertently paying more, sort results by price. 2.Their software doesn't always hook up to the hotel's system. A guaranteed reservation is almost impossible to come by anywhere — but the risk of your flight or hotel being overbooked increases with third-party providers. The middle-man's software isn't immune to system errors, so always call the hotel or airline to make sure your booking was processed. 3.Don't be fooled by packages: Often, they're low-end items grouped together. Ever notice how travel sites recommend a hotel, a rental car, and tour package all in one click? These deals usually feature travel that no one wants, like flights with multiple layovers. Check the fine print. 4.You could miss out on loyalty points.4

Third-party providers can get between you and frequent flyer miles or points. Many hotel loyalty programmes don't recognise external sites, others award only minimum points and exclude special offers, like double points on hotel stays. 5.Once your trip is purchased, you're on your own. An online travel agency can't provide assistance the same way an agent can if a flight is cancelled or a room is substandard. Basically, when you arrive at the airport or hotel, you're just another client who booked at the lowest rate. 56.Which ofthe following is TRUE? A.Third-party providers can ensure your reservation. B. Mac users are likely to spend more money than PC users. C.An online travel agency functions the same as an agent. D.Packages usually provide travelers with satisfactory programmes. 57.What's the purpose of the passage? A.To encourage readers to book a trip on an online travel site. B. To make an advertisement about several travel sites online. C. To convince readers not to book a trip on an online travel site. D.To warn readers of some problems with booking trips online. B Want to add some hours to your day? Ok, you probably can't change the fabric of time. But a new study suggests that the way you feel about your goal can change your concept of time and that some simple strategies could make you feel less rushed. In a series of experiments, Jordan Etkin, a professor of marketing at Duke, and her coauthors, Loannis Evangelidis and Jennifer Aaker, looked at what happens when people see their goals as conflicting with one another. In one, they asked some participants to list two of their goals that they felt were in conflict, and others simply to list two of their goals. Those who were forced to think about conflicting aims felt more time pressure than those who weren't. In another experiment, the researchers gave participants a similar prompt regarding goal conflict, but this time measured their anxiety levels as well as their attitudes toward time. They found that participants who thought about conflicting goals had more anxiety than those who didn't, and that this, in turn, led to feelings of being short on time. "Stress and anxiety and time pressure are closely linked concepts," D. Etkin explained. "When we feel more stress and anxiety in relation to our personal goals, that manifests as a sense of having less time." Technological advances that allow people to do lots of things at once may increase the fe'eling of goal conflict, she said. "I think the easier it is for us to try to deal with a lot of these things at the same time," She said"the more opportunity there is for us to feel this conflict between our goals." She isn't the first to suggest that actual busyness isn't the only thing that can make us Feel busy At the Atlantic, Derek Thompson wrote that "as a country, we're working less than we did in the 1960s and 1980s." He offered a number of possible reasons some Americans still feel so overworked, including "the fluidness ffl± ) of work and leisure." As he put it: "The idea that work begins and ends at the office is wrong. On the one hand, flexibility is nice, On the other, mixing work and leisure together creates an always-on expectation that makes it hard for whitecollar workers to escape the shadow of work responsibilities." And Brigid Schulte writes in her 2014 book Overwhelmed: How to Work, Love, and Play When No One Has the Time that some researchers believe "time has no sharp edges. What often matters more than5

the activity we're doing at a moment in time, they have found, is how we feel about it.Our concept of time is indeed,our reality.” Fortunately, Dr. Etkin and her team did find ways of making us feel better about time—or, at least, of reducing the negative influence of goal conflict. When participants performed a breathing exercise that reduced their anxiety, the impact of such conflict on their perception of time was less pronounced. Reframing anxiety as excitement (by reading the phrase "I am excited!" aloud several times) had a similar effect. Breathing and reframing may not solve everyone's time problems—Ms. Schulte writes that some Americans are indeed working more than they used to. She cites the work of the sociologists Michael Hout and Caroline Hanley, who have "found that working parents combined put in 13 more hours a week on the job in 2000 than they did in 1970. That's 676 hours of additionally paid work a year for a family. And that's on top of all the unpaid hours spent caring for children and keeping the house together." Sometimes, we may feel short on time because we actually are. However, Dr. Etkin believes her findings suggest we may "have the ability to influence our experience of time more than we think we do." "We're all going to have times in our lives when our goals seem to be in more conflict than others," she said. But with techniques like the ones her team tested, "we really can help ourselves feel like we have more time." 58.What makes people feel rushed today? A.Goal conflict. B. High pressure. C.Too much expectation. D. Lack of exercise. 59.Which of the following statements is TRUE according to the passage? A. Most people are having less work to do nowadays. B. People under a lot of stress have a better sense of time. C. Technological advances allow people to feel less stressed. D. The flexibility of work increases white-collar workers' pressure. 60. The underlined sentence "Our concept of time is, indeed, our reality." means_______ A.we should make full use of time B.we value time more than the way we live C.we can feel better about time if we want to D.we don't have the time to enjoy life in reality c "Over the years the unthinkable has become thinkable and today we sense we are close to being able to alter human heredity œ#)." These were the words of David Baltimore of the California Institute of Technology, on December 1st, when he opened a three-day meeting in Washington to discuss the morality and use of human gene editing. Dr Baltimore is an old hand at these sorts of discussions, for he was also a participant in the Asilomar conference, in 1975, which brought scientists together to discuss a safe way of using the then-new tcchnology of recombinant DNA, and whose recommendations influenced a generation of biotechnology researchers. Four decades on, the need for a similar sort of chin-wag has arisen. The International Summit on Human Gene Editing has been held by the national scientific academies of three countries — America, Britain and China. They are particularly concerned about whether gene editing should be used to make heritable changes to the human germ line, something Dr Baltimore described as a deep and troubling question. Like those of Asilomar, the conclusions of this meeting will not be binding. But the hope is that, again like Asilomar, a mixture of common sense and peer pressure will create a world in which scientists are trusted to regulate themselves, rather than having politicians and civil servants do it for them. The meeting is being held against a backdrop of rapid scientific advance, Since 2012 research into a new, easy-to-use editing tool called CRISPR-Cas9 has blossomed. This technique involves a piece of RNA (a chemical messenger, which can be used to recognise a target section of DNA) and an enzyme (酶) called a nuclease that can snip unwanted genes out and paste new ones in. Public interest was aroused in April, when Chinese scientists announced they had edited genes in non-viable ( 无 活 力 的 ) human embryos, and again in November when British researchers said they had successfully treated a one-year-old girl who had leukaemia ( 白血病),6

using gene-edited T-cells. T-cells are part of the immune system that attack, among other things, tumour cells. The researchers altered T-cells from a healthy donor to encourage them to recognise and kill the patient's cancer, to make them immune to her leukaemia drug, and to ensure they did not attack her healthy cells. In another recent development, a firm called Edit as Medicine, which is based in Cambridge, Massachusetts, has said it hopes, in 2017, to start human clinical trials of CRISPR-Cas9 as a treatment for a rare genetic form of blindness known as Leber congenital amaurosis (伯氏先天性 黑蒙). Though other companies are already testing gene-editing therapies, these employ older, clunkier forms of the technology that seem likely to have less commercial potential. Moreover, researchers at the Broad Institute, also in Cambridge, said this week that they had made changes to CRISPR-Cas9 which greatly reduce the rate of editing errors — one of the main obstacles to the technique's medical use. On the subject of germ-line editing, Eric Lander, the Broad's head, told the meeting it would be useful only in rare cases and said it might be a good idea to "exercise caution? before making permanent changes to the gene pool. The need for caution is advice that might also be heeded by those pursuing work in animals other than people, and in plants — subjects not being covered by the summit.61. Which ofthe following is TRUE about CRISPR-Cas9? A. It has fewer side effects. B. It can modify human gene. B. It can protect immune system. D. It has less commercial potential. 62. The underlined word "chin-wag" in Paragraph 2 can be replaced by______ A. discussion B. negotiation C. argument D. comparison 63. What can be inferred from the passage? A.Dr. Baltimore started his research on modiffing gene in 1975. B. Scientists' opinions about the use of gene editing are consistent. C. CRISPR-Cas9 has been applied to cure Leber congenital amaurosis. D. More research should be made before the technology comes into wide use. 64. This passage is most probably a______. A. science fiction B. scientific report C. conference summary D. commercial advertisementD Before the law sits a gatekeeper. To this gatekeeper comes a man from the country who asks to gain entry into the law. But the gatekeeper says that he cannot grant him entry at the moment. The man thinks about it and then asks if he will be allowed to come in sometime later on. "It is possible," says the gatekeeper, "but not now." O The gate to the law stands open, as always, and the gatekeeper walks to the side, so the man bends over in order to see through the gate into the inside. When the gatekeeper notices that, he laughs and says: "If it tempts you so much, try going inside in spite of my prohibition. But take note. I am powerful. And I am only the most lowly gatekeeper. But from room to room stand gatekeepers, each more powerful than the other. I cannot endure even one glimpse of the third." The man from the country has not expected such difficulties: the law should always be accessible for everyone, he thinks, but as he now looks more closely at the gatekeeper in his fur coat, at his large pointed nose and his long, thin, black Tartar's beard, he decides that it would be better to wait until he gets permission to go inside. The gatekeeper gives him a stool and allows him to sit down at the side in front of the gate. There he sits for days and years. He makes many attempts to be let in, and he wears the gatekeeper out with his requests. The gatekeeper often interrogates him briefly, questioning him about his homeland and many other things, but they are indifferent questions, the kind great men put, and at the end he always tells him once more that he cannot let him inside yet. The man, who has equipped himself with many things for his journey, spends everything, no matter how valuable,7

to win over the gatekeeper. The latter takes it all but, as he does so, says, "I am taking this only so that you do not think you have failed to do anything." During the many years the man observes the gatekeeper almost continuously. He forgets the other gatekeepers, and this first one seems to him the only barrier for entry into the law. He curses the unlucky circumstance, in the first years thoughtlessly and out loud; later, as he grows old, he only mumbles to himself. He becomes childish and, since in the long years studying the gatekeeper he has also come to know the flé as ( PZ) in his fur collar, he even asks the fleas to help him persuade the gatekeeper. Finally his eyesight grows weak, and he does not know whether things are really darker around him or whether his eyes are merely deceiving him. But he recognizes now in the darkness a ray of light which breaks out of the gateway to the law. Now he no longer has much time to live. Before his death he gathers in his head all his experiences of the entire time up into one question which he has not yet put to the gatekeeper. He waves to him, since he can no longer lift up his stiffening body. The gatekeeper has to bend way down to him, for the great difference has changed things considerably to the disadvantage of the man. "You are insatiable (不知足的)."t "Everyone strives after the law," says the man, "so how is it that in me has requested entry?" The gatekeeper sees that the man is already dying and, these many years no one exceptin order to reach his diminishing sense of hearing, he shouts at him, "Here no one else can gain entry, since this entrance was assigned only to you. I'm going now to close it. "65. Which can best describe the man from the country? A.Brave but innocent. B. Loyal but ridiculous.C. Tolerant but stubborn. D. Trustworthy but childish.66. hat is the implied meaning of the underlined sentences?A. Anyone who breaks the law will get severe punishment. B. It's next to impossible for people to gain entry into the law. C. The gatekeepers are powerful enough to defend the law. D. All the gatekeepers take full responsibility for obeying the law. 67. The sentence "What do you still want to know now?" asks the gatekeeper. can be put in A.① B. ② C. ③ D④ 68. Which ofthe following is TRUE? A.The gatekeeper is actually the symbol of responsibility. B. All efforts made by the man from the country are in vain. C. The man from the country finally gains access into the law. D. A close relationship is formed between the gatekeeper and the man. 69. Why is the man from the country eager to have access to the law continuously? A.Because he is anxious to explore the nature of law. . B.Because no one can gain entry into the law except him. C. Because the gatekeeper promises him entry into the law. D. Because he knows how to take advantage of the gatekeeper. 70. What may be the title of the novel? A.Before the law B. Above the law D. A gatekeeper's duty 任务型阅读(共10小题;每小题1分,满分10分) C. A countryman's life 第四部分请认真阅读下列短文,并根据所读内容在文章后表格中的空格里填入一个最恰当的单词。

注意:请将答 案写在答题纸上相应题号的横线上。

每个空格只填一个单词。

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Family structure is the core of any culture. A major function of the family is to socialize new members ofa culture. As children are raised in a family setting, they learn to become members of the family as well as members of the larger culture. The family provides the model for all other relationships in society. Through the observations and modeling of the behavior of other family members, children learn about the family and society including the values of the culture. Family structure and their inherent relationships and obligations are a major source of cultural difference. The family is the center of most traditional Asians' lives. Many people worry about their families' welfare, reputation, and honor. Asian families are often extended, including several generations related by blood or marriage living in the same home. An Asian person's misdeeds are not blamed just on the individual but also on the family—including the dead ancestors. Traditional Chinese, among many other Asians, respect their elders and feel a deep sense of duty toward them. Children repay their parents' sacrifices by being successful and supporting them in old age. This is accepted as a natural part of life in China. In contrast, taking care of aged parents is often viewed as tremendous burden in the United States, where aging and family support are not honored highly. The Vietnamese family consists of people currently alive as well as the spirits of the dead and of the asyet unborn. Any decisions or actions are done from family considerations, not individual desires. People's behavior is judged on whether it brings shame or pride to the family. Vietnamese children are trained to rely on their families, to honor elderly people, and to fear foreigners. Many Vietnamese think that their actions in this life will influence their status in the next life. Fathers in traditional Japanese families are typically strict and distant. Japanese college students in one study said they would tell their fathers just about as much as they would tell a total stranger. The emotional and communication barrier between children and fathers in Japan appears very strong after children have reached a certain age. Although there has been much talk about "family values" in the United States, the family is not a usual frame of reference for decisions in U.S. mainstream culture. Family connections are not so important to most people. Dropping the names of wealthy or famous people the family knows is done in the United States, but it is not viewed positively. More important is a person's own individual "track record" of personal achievement. Thus, many cultural differences exist in family structures and values. In some cultures, the family is the center of life and the main frame of reference for decisions. In other cultures, the individuals, not the family, is primary. In some cultures, the family's reputation and honor depend on each person's actions; in other cultures, individuals can act without permanently affecting the family life. Some cultures value old people, while other cultures look down on them. (Adapted from R. L. Oxford & R. C. Scarcella, "A Few Family Structures and Values Around the Globe") Outline Supporting detailsFamily structure is of great (72) A in different cultures. Children raised in a family will gradually learn how to (73) A in a way (71) A to which is acceptable in their culture or setting. family structure 'Many cultural differences (74) A from family structures.9

Examples of Asian familiesTraditional Asians (75) A their lives around family. Not only the individual but the family is to (76) A for any wrongdoings. O In China, parents' sacrifices will probably (77) off when children grow up. Children will also provide for the elders. O In Vietnam, it's not from the personal desires but from family considerations that decisions or actions are done. In Japan, children are (78) A to share their emotions with father, thus making communication difficult.Examples of Americans don't lay much emphasis on family values. (79) A personal families in the USA achievement is considered more important. Conclusion Family structures and values (80) A in different cultures.第五部分书面表达(满分 25 分) 81.两位年近六旬的老人不会说英语,也没出过国,为了与女儿团聚,看望刚刚出生的外孙,远赴美 国。

他们的女丿连写带画地为父母做了一份出行攻略。

请根据以上三幅女儿为父母手绘的出行攻略,用英语写一篇作文。

〖写作内容〗 1.用约 30 词概述手绘攻略的特占· 2,概述你看了此攻略后的感受(至少两点) ; 3.· 举例说明你能为父母或长辈做些什么(至少两卢) 〖写作要求〗 1.词数 150 左右。

开头部分己写好,不计入词数。

2· 作文中不得提及考生所在学校和本人姓名。

TO make it easier for her parents to get to America, a young woman has drawn three pictures.10

2016 届高三年级调研考试 英语试题参考答案及评分标准 2016.03 第一部分 听力理解(共20小题;每小题1分,满分20分) 1-5 CABCA 6-10 BAABB 11-15 CBACA 31-35 CDABC 46-50 CBACD 51-55 CADDB 16-20 ABCBC 第二部分 英语知识运用(共35小题;每小题1分,满分35分) 21-25 ADCBA 26-30 BCDDB 36-40 ACDAB 41-45 ABCBD 56-57 BD第三部分 阅读理解(共15小题;每小题2分,满分30分) 58-60 ADC 61-64 BADB 65-70 CBCBAA 73. behave 76. blame 79. Instead/However 第四部分 任务型阅读(共10小题;每小题1分,满分10分) 71. Introduction 74. arise/result/come/originate 77. pay 80. vary/differ 72. importance/significance 75. center/centre 78. unwilling/reluctant/afraid第五部分 书面表达(满分25分) 81. One possible version To make it easier for her parents to get to America, a young woman has drawn three pictures. These pictures contain almost all the necessary information the old couple may need on their way to America. With vivid drawings and clear instructions, they are impressive and easy to understand. (31words) Seeing the pictures, I’m deeply moved like many others. The young woman is very sweet and considerate. She loves her parents so much. Also, she must have taken a lot of pains to come up with such a wonderful idea, which will be of great help to her parents. As for me, my parents are faced with much pressure from work and life. I should try my best to help them. For example, …In addition, …书面表达评分建议 一、评分原则 1. 本题总分为25分,按5个档次给分。

2. 评分时,可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,确定或调整 档次,最后给分。

3. 少于130词或多于170词的,从总分中酌情减去1-2分。

4. 评分时,应注意的主要内容为:内容要点、运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. 拼写和标点符号是语言准确性的一个方面,评分时,应视其对交际的影响程度予以考虑。

英美拼写及 词汇用法均可接受。

6. 如字迹难以辨认,以致影响交际,将分数降低一个档次。

二、内容要点 1. 用约30词概述手绘攻略的特点; 2. 概述你看了此攻略后的感受 (至少两点); 3. 举例说明你能为父母或长辈做些什么 (至少两点)。

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三、各档次的给分范围和要求 完全完成了试题规定的任务。

第五档  覆盖所有内容要点。

 语法结构和词汇有个别小错误,但为尽量使用较复杂结构或较高级 词汇所致;具备较强的语言运用能力。

(很好)  有效地使用了衔接手段,全文结构紧凑,内容连贯。

21—25分) 完全达到了预期的写作目的。

完成了试题规定的任务。

第四档  虽漏掉一、二个次重点,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。

 语法结构和词汇方面应用基本准确,少许错误主要是因为尝试较复 (好) 杂语法结构或词汇所致。

16—20分)  应用简单的语句间的衔接手段,全文结构紧凑,内容较连贯。

达到了预期的写作目的。

基本完成了试题规定的任务。

第三档  虽漏掉一些内容,但基本覆盖主要内容。

 应用的语法结构和词汇能满足任务的要求。

 有一些语法结构或词汇方面的错误,但不影响理解。

(中等)  应用简单的衔接手段,内容基本连贯。

11—15分) 整体而言,基本达到了预期的写作目的。

未恰当完成试题规定的任务。

第二档  漏掉或未清楚描述某些主要内容,写了一些无关内容。

 语法结构单一,所用词汇有限。

 有一些语法结构或词汇方面的错误,影响了对所写内容的理解。

(较差)  较少使用衔接手段,内容缺少连贯性。

(6—10分) 信息未能清楚地传达给读者。

未完成试题规定的任务。

第一档  明显遗漏主要内容,写了一些无关内容。

 语法结构单一,所用词汇不当。

(差)  有较多语法结构或词汇方面的错误,影响内容理解。

 缺乏语句间的衔接手段,内容不连贯。

(1—5分) 信息未能传达给读者。

未能传达给读者任何信息:内容太少,无法评判;所写内容均与试 0分 题要求内容无关或无法看清。

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