广州市 2014 届高三年级调研测试 英语
2014．01 本试卷共 10 页, 三大题, 满分 135 分。考试用时 120 分钟。 注意事项： 1. 答卷前，考生务必用黑色字迹的钢笔或签字笔将自己的姓名和考生号、试室号、座位号 填写在答题卡上，并用 2B 铅笔在答题卡上的相应位置填涂考生号。用 2B 铅笔将试卷类 型（A）填涂在答
题卡相应位置上。 2. 选择题每小题选出答案后， 2B 铅笔把答题卡上对应题目选项的答案信息点涂黑， 用 如需 改动，用橡皮擦干净后，再选涂其他答案，答案不能答在试卷上。 3. 非选择题必须用黑色字迹钢笔或签字笔作答，答案必须写在答题卡各题目指定区域内相 应位置上；如需改动，先划掉原来的答案，然后再写上新的答案；不准使用铅笔和涂改 液。不按以上要求作答的答案无效。 4. 考生必须保持答题卡的整洁。考试结束后，将试卷和答题卡一并交回。
I 语言知识及应用 (共两节，满分 45 分) 第一节 完形填空 (共 15 小题；每小题 2 分，满分 30 分) 阅读下面短文，掌握其大意，然后从 1～15 各题所给的 A、B、C 和 D 项中，选出最佳 选项，并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 If you give employees the right to telework, be careful! The very technology that enables working from home could be 1 its value to your company. Although productivity may 2 . 3 , that doesn’t mean increase in the short term, working from home may prevent your teams from working While remote workers may indeed be happier, more carefree and it’s good for their 4 workers who are there to do it. A healthy organization has a 5 that allows the sharing of values and ideas and the 6 of competitive spirit that allows a company to be flexible and creative. However, working from home can fail to motivate remote workers in the same way as a/an 7 company environment. As a result, companies 8 — despite the increases in 9 lunchtime chats, some 12 about spending
. A company is more than just the work that needs to be done, plus the
productivity and happiness that come with teleworking. In work environments where co-workers socialize and have real learning gets done. A lot of information workers to increase their 11 the time together, about sharing meals, about technological change 14 10 13 takes place, which allows the very same ideas, and about asking.
to the organization. There is something
Magical or not, the fact remains that teleworking generally doesn’t work well. As and marketplace pressures increase, companies need to become
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more flexible and creative, just to keep up. Strange as it sounds, the very technology that made teleworking a real option is now requiring workers to remain in the 1. A. testing 2. A. effectively 3. A. attentive 4. A. workers 5. A. leader 6. A. sense 7. A. independent 8. A. develop 9. A. official 10. A. exchange 11. A. availability 12. A. reasonable 13. A. discussing 14. A. varies 15. A. place 15 . C. keeping C. formally C. productive C. health C. party C. way C. special C. suffer C. required C. gap C. value C. psychological C. welcoming C. accelerates C. distance D. assessing D. separately D. sensitive D. family D. culture D. lack D. shared D. expand D. planned D. search D. disappointment D. typical D. selling D. stops D. office
B. destroying B. normally B. talkative B. companies B. rule B. cost B. different B. survive B. regular B. technology B. damage B. magical B. changing B. differs B. house
第二节 语法填空 (共 10 小题；每小题 1.5 分，满分 15 分) 阅读下面短文，按照句子结构的语法性和上下文连贯的要求，在空格处填入一个适 当的词或使用括号中词语的正确形式填空，并将答案填写在答题卡标号为 16～25 的相 应位置上。
Robert Burns is the most famous poet to write in Scots, the traditional language of Scotland. Born in Ayrshire, Scotland to a poor farming family, his parents made sure that he was well educated as a child. In 1783 he started composing poetry Ayrshire dialect of Scots. These poems were well received published in the volume, Poems, Chiefly, 18 16 17 a traditional style using the (local) and in 1786 they were 20 necessary to return
made him famous in Scotland overnight.
19 , his fame was not accompanied by money and he found to farming. 21
this also proved unprofitable, he entered government service in 1789. 22 24 (date) back to his childhood. Within a short time of his death, 23 (support) his widow and children. (celebrate) by Burns clubs across the world and his birthday is
He died at the age of 37 as a result of a weak heart, brought on by years of poor working conditions on the farm Today, his memory 25 Burns suppers. money started pouring in from all over Scotland
unofficial ―National Day‖ for Scots and those with Scottish ancestry, celebrated with
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II 阅读 (共两节，满分 50 分) 第一节 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 A、B、C 和 D 项中，选出最佳选项，并在答题卡上将该项 涂黑。 A Michael J. ―Crocodile Dundee‖ (also called Mick), played by Paul Hogan, is the main character in the fictional Crocodile Dundee film series consisting of Crocodile Dundee, Crocodile Dundee II, and Crocodile Dundee in Los Angeles. The character is a crocodile hunter, hence the nickname. In the first film, Crocodile Dundee, Mick is visited by a New York reporter, Sue Charlton, who travels to Australia to investigate a report she heard of a crocodile hunter, who had his leg bitten off by a crocodile in the outback. The hunter supposedly walked more than a hundred miles back to civilization and miraculously survived his injuries. However, by the time she meets him, the story turns out to be a somewhat exaggerated legend where the ―bitten-off leg‖ turns out to be just being some bad scarring on his leg; a ―love bite‖ as Mick calls it. Still intrigued by the idea of ―Crocodile Dundee‖, Sue continues with the story. They travel together out to where the incident occurred, and follow his route through the bush to the nearest hospital. Despite his old-fashioned views, the pair eventually become close, especially after Mick saves Sue from a crocodile attack. Feeling there is still more to the story, Sue invites Mick back to New York with her, as his first trip to a city (or ―first trip anywhere,‖ as Dundee says). The rest of the film depicts Dundee as a ―fish out of water,‖ showing how, despite his expert knowledge of living outdoors, he knows little of city life. Mick meets Sue’s boyfriend, Richard, but they do not get along. By the end of the film, Mick is on his way home, lovesick, when Sue realizes she loves Mick, too, and not Richard. She runs to the subway station to stop Mick from leaving and, by passing on messages through the packed-to-the-gills crowd, she tells him she won’t marry Richard, and she loves him instead. With the help of the other people in the subway, Mick and Sue have a loving reunion as the film ends. 26. Which of the following statements is true about Mick? A. He is a crocodile hunter living in Los Angeles. B. He is based on a real person in Australia. C. He got his nickname because of his job. D. He wrote a film series about himself. 27. In the film Crocodile Dundee, Mick ________. A. pretends he was bitten by a crocodile B. urges Sue Charlton to write his life story C. hasn’t been abroad before his trip to America D. shows Sue Charlton around the town he lives in 28. The underlined word ―intrigued‖ in Paragraph 2 is closest in meaning to ________. A. annoyed B. interested C. troubled
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29. When in New York, Mick ________. A. makes friends with Richard C. feels excited about living in a big city A. a romantic story C. a science fiction B. makes full use of his bush skills D. doesn’t know how to fit into city life B. an action movie D. a frightening story
30. The film Crocodile Dundee can be best described as ________.
B Silk production has a long and colourful history unknown to most people. Scientific discoveries have shown that silk production existed in China from around 2500 B.C., although it could be much older. For hundreds of years, China kept the secret of silk to itself as one for the most closely protected secrets in history. Anyone revealing the secret of silkworms or trying to take silkworm eggs out of ancient China was punished by death. At one time silk was reserved only for the Chinese emperor. Gradually, others began wearing silk. In addition to being used for clothing, silk came to have industrial uses in ancient China, something that happened in the West only in modern times. Silk was used to make musical instruments, fishing lines, weapons, ropes and even paper. During the Han Dynasty silk became a form of money. Farmers paid taxes in both rice and silk. The prices of goods were calculated in lengths of silk just as they had once been calculated in gold. The importance of silk is even reflected in the Chinese language. For example, of the 5000 most common Chinese characters, around 500 have silk as their ―key‖. In spite of their secrecy, the Chinese eventually lost their monopoly on silk production. It reached Korea in around 200 B.C. when immigrants from China arrived there. Silk production came to India in 300 A.D.. It was not until 500 A.D. that silk production came to Europe when travellers smuggled out silkworms in hollow tubes of bamboo. These were used to establish silk industry in Rome (modern-day Italy), although Chinese silk was still considered to be the best. Silk was brought to Rome from China by means of the Silk Road. There were actually two Silk Roads, one over land and one on the sea. The land route in particular had a huge effect in history. All sorts of trade goods — silver, gold, jade, porcelain — passed along this road. Ideas travelled the Silk Road too. For example the religion of Buddhism was carried to China from India by traders on the Silk Road. The Silk Road created the first international culture, exposing many people to the ideas and treasures of both Western and Chinese cultures. 31. How was China able to keep the secret of silk production? A. It refused to sell its silk to other countries. B. Foreigners were not permitted to enter China. C. The silkworms needed were not able to survive outside China. D. Chinese passing on the secret to foreigners were seriously punished.
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32. Which of the following uses of silk is NOT mentioned in the passage? A. A way of purchasing goods people sold. B. A material used for making different products. C. A method of paying money to the government. D. A valuable gift given to foreigners travelling in China. 33. In what order did silk production spread throughout the world according to the passage? A. Europe ? India ? Korea ? China. C. China ? India ? Korea ? Europe. A. quietly traded C. illegally transported B. China ? Korea ? India ? Europe. D. China ? Europe ? India ? Korea. B. openly removed D. violently stole
34. The underlined phrase ―smuggled out‖ in Paragraph 3 is closest in meaning to ________.
35. Which of the following is true about the Silk Road? A. It allowed for economic and cultural exchanges between countries. B. It made China the most powerful country in the ancient world. C. It could only be completed by travellers with access to a boat. D. It was first developed for transferring religious ideas.
C It is one of the most annoying words in the English language and it seems there is no escaping it. The word ―huh?‖ is in worldwide use, a study found. Researchers discovered that languages spoken in countries from Ghana and Laos to Iceland and Italy all include ―huh?‖, or something that sounds very like it. They said that while the study may sound silly, the word is an absolutely necessary part of speech. Without it and similar words, it would be impossible to show that we haven’t heard or understood what had been said and this would lead to constant misunderstandings. But while other words used in the same context, such as ―sorry‖ or ―what‖, vary widely across languages, ―huh?‖ remains unchanged. The Dutch researchers carefully studied ten languages from around the world, including Siwu, which is spoken in Ghana, and an Australian Aboriginal language, as well as Italian, Spanish, Dutch and Mandarin Chinese. They analysed tapes of recorded conversations for words that sounded like ―huh?‖ and were used to request that whatever had just been said be repeated. All contained a version of ―huh?‖. The word was also found in another 21 languages. While there were subtle differences in each country, all sounded basically the same. This is surprising because normally unrelated languages will use very different words to describe the same thing. For instance, the Japanese for ―dog‖ is ―inu‖, while the French is ―chien‖. It is thought that languages around the world have developed their own version of ―huh?‖ because the sound is quick and simple to form, as well as being easily understood.
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The researchers, said that it might seem unimportant to carry out scientific research into a word like ―huh?‖ but in fact this little word is an essential tool in human communication. They also have an answer for those who claim that ―huh?‖ isn’t a word. They say that it qualifies because of the small differences in its pronunciation in different languages. It also can be considered a word because it’s something we learn to say, rather than a grunt or cry that we are born knowing how to make. 36. According to researchers, the word ―huh?‖ is very important in speech because of ________. A. its stable meaning in language development B. its important function in communication C. its simple and easy sound and spelling D. its popularity in every language 37. What is the natural response if you hear the lady you’re speaking to say ―huh?‖? A. You should ask her to repeat what she says before that. B. You should apologize to her for speaking in a low voice. C. You should invite her to share her different views politely. D. You should try to repeat what you’ve just said in a clearer way. 38. The main method used in the research of ―huh?‖ was ________. A. interviewing language experts in universities B. talking with people from ten different countries C. analyzing the recorded conversations in different languages D. comparing different words with the same meaning in different languages 39. According to researchers, ―huh?‖ should be considered a word rather than a sound because ________. A. it is listed in most dictionaries B. it is something humans learn to say C. there is a clear and consistent spelling of the word D. there is a big difference in the way it pronounces in different languages 40. What is the purpose of the passage? A. To inform readers about research on the worldwide used word ―huh?‖. B. To argue that ―huh?‖ is the most important word in every language. C. To entertain readers by relating similar idioms in different languages. D. To instruct readers of the differences of ―huh?‖ in different languages.
D Ever wonder how this season’s celebrations affect the environment? Guest blogger Krista Fairles takes an amusing look at this very topic: The holidays are a wonderful, cheerful time when most people wait for Santa to bring them presents. But I’m not like most people. I spend my time wondering just what the environmental
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impacts of Santa Claus and his reindeer are, and more importantly, how I can calculate those impacts. Lately I’ve been particularly curious as to whether Santa’s old sled is a clean green flying machine, or if he should be replacing his 8 reindeer with an environmentally-friendly car. I should mention that, surprisingly, I was unable to find statistics specific to Santa’s magical flying reindeer, so these calculations use numbers from various sources and may not represent actual pollution caused by Santa and his animals. In other words, don’t complain to the government about the damage Santa is causing the environment based on this article. Santa’s yearly trip around the globe is 44,000km long, twice the average of a North American driver. If we assume that the magic provides the altitude for this trip, then reindeer power only needs to push Santa’s sled forward. To complete the trip in 12 hours, I estimate they must travel at a speed of about 3100km/h. To travel at this speed, for this length of time, the reindeer need to eat an incredible 980 million calories each!! So the next question is: how much food is in 980 million calories? Well, if they’re eating corn, they’d need to eat 16,500 lbs each — or 1.6 acres of food. Growing 12.8 acres of corn has its own implications for the environment that we’ll leave for another calculation. We now need to consider that during the global trip the reindeer are ―letting out‖ some of that corn in the form of methane (甲烷，沼气). A resting cow produces 110 kg of methane per year, so flying reindeer would each let out about 4.8 tons. With methane causing 20 times the global warming damage of CO2, and the altitude increasing that damage by 1000% that another 20 times, we can put Santa’s round-trip emissions at 15,488 tons. This is much more than the 100 tons an environmentally-friendly car would release on the same trip! Bad Santa.
41. Which aspect does the writer NOT include in her analyses about reindeer’s influence on environment? A. Distance covered. C. Tons of waste let out. A. 1.6. B. 16. B. Calories consumed. D. Money spent on food. C. 12.8. D. 128.
42. According to Paragraph 6, how many acres of corn would Santa need to feed 10 reindeer? 43. Which of the following statements would the writer most probably agree with? A. Christmas celebrations are really a waste of money. B. Vegetarians are more likely to survive than meat-eaters. C. Raising animals has a negative influence on environment. D. The car industry does less harm to environment than farming.
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44. Which of the following words best describes the language style of the passage? A. Humourous and concerned. C. Academic and formal. A. Is Santa driving clean and green? B. Santa, watch where you’re going! C. Santa Claus is coming to town! D. Let’s reduce waste on Christmas celebrations! 第二节 信息匹配 (共 5 小题；每小题 2 分，满分 10 分) 阅读下列应用文及相关信息， 并按照要求匹配信息。 请在答题卡上将对应题号的相应选 项字母涂黑。 首先请阅读关于不同月份天气特征的信息。 A. February – it’s one of the most pleasant months of the year. Most days have clear, sunny skies and the average temperature is a very cool 14°C. With an average monthly rainfall of only 20mm it is also one of the driest months. B. April – it’s a warm spring month with moderate temperatures averaging around 21°C, and it is very wet, with 200mm rainfall on average for the month. C. June – although it is the start of summer with average temperatures reaching a hot 28°C, you will not see much sun as it is usually very cloudy. It is also one of the wettest months of the year with frequent rain and average monthly rainfall of 240mm. D. August – it is the hottest month of the year with average temperatures of 30°C. Generally very sunny during the day, but with frequent heavy rain showers in the evening that make it the wettest month of the year with an average monthly rainfall of 280mm. E. October – this mid-autumn month is still pleasantly warm with average temperatures of 20°C. Days are mostly cloudy and overcast although rainfall levels are relatively low, averaging 70mm for rain for the month. F. December – it is one of the coldest months of the year with average temperatures of 13°C. Night can be very cold. Mostly sunny, with a moderate average monthly rainfall of 60mm. 以下是五种蔬菜的种植指引，请把蔬菜与适宜种植的月份匹配起来。 46. Corn – it requires a warm weather for strong and rapid growth. As it needs very wet soil, choose a time when there will be plenty of rain. High temperatures will cause corn to lose its sweet flavour. B. Cheerful and friendly. D. Serious and boring.
45. Which of the following is the best title for this passage?
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47. Tomatoes – these popular plants are easy to grow as they can resist most pests and diseases. They require low temperatures, plenty of direct sunlight and dry conditions for best results. 48. Onions – these are a cold-season crop, easy to grow in the right conditions. They need a moderate amount of rain to keep the soil damp, but too much will cause them to rot. They should be planted during sunny period, as they grow best with plenty of direct sunlight. 49. Eggplants – these are tropical or subtropical, hot-season vegetables that need lots of direct sunlight. They grow best when the weather is very hot and there is plenty of water in the soil. 50. Potatoes – the taste of home-grown potatoes is far superior to store bought ones. They need a mild to warm conditions and relatively dry soil for best growth. They also require cloudy, overcast conditions for most of the time to prevent sunburn. III 写作(共两节，满分 40 分) 第一节 基础写作 (共 1 小题，满分 15 分) 你是某国际学校学生会主席，要为一项活动写英文通知。 【写作内容】 请根据以下海报内容，拟一则英文通知。
主题： “我们是一家人” 目的：建立新班级成员之间的相互信任 对象：高一学生 时间：下周日 9:30-4:00 地点：越秀公园 内容：接力赛、营救游戏等。 注意事项： （1）穿运动服； （2）自备午餐和水。 如需请假，请于 1 月 20 日前发邮件至 email@example.com。 校学生会 * 拓展活动：Outward Bound activity
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【写作要求】 只能使用 5 个句子表达全部内容。 【评分标准】 句子结构准确，信息内容完整，篇章结构连贯。 第二节 读写任务 (共 1 小题,满分 25 分) 阅读下面的短文，然后按照要求写一篇 150 词左右的英语短文。 The 11.11 Shopping Festival, as the event is now called, occurs on the day known in China as Single’s Day, a holiday on which young people cry about or celebrate being single. Five years ago the shopping website Alibaba began promoting the day as a shopping festival, and it has now turned to be the country’s busiest day for online sellers, millions of shopping lovers and thousands of delivery companies. Every Nov. 11, millions of Chinese shoppers go to the e-commerce websites operated by Alibaba Group Holding Ltd., which is the world’s largest e-commerce platform: The total value of goods sold last year by Taobao and Tmall, the company’s two main shopping sites, topped one trillion yuan ($160 billion), larger than last year’s totals for Amazon.com and eBay combined. But not everyone likes shopping on that day. Chen Jing, a lawyer in Beijing, says, ―Nobody knows what anything is really worth. Online shoppers are guided by shallow tips (―this is cheaper than that‖) and vague emotions (―it just feels like a good deal‖) rather than knowledge and deliberate thinking.‖ Critics like Chen complain that people believe the most popular day of the year to shop is the best day of the year to buy anything. But the fact is that the prices of many items on that day are not the lowest of the year and usually shoppers buy lots of things they don’t need. 【写作内容】 1. 以约 30 个词概括上文的主要内容。 2. 以约 120 个词就“网络购物”的话题谈谈你的想法，内容包括： （1）你对文中所描述的网赂购物现象的看法； （2）描述你或他人网络购物的经历； （3）说明网络购物时应注意的问题。 【写作要求】 1. 作文中可以使用亲身经历或虚构的故事，也可以参照阅读材料的内容，但不得直接 引用原文中的句子。 2. 作文中不能出现真实姓名和学校名称。 【评分标准】 概括准确，语言规范，内容合适，语篇连贯。
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广州市 2014 届高三年级调研测试 英语
1~5: BACBD 6~10: ADCBA
11~15: CBACD 20. it; 21. When; 22. dating; 23. to
16. in; 17. locally; 18. which; 19. However; support; 24. is celebrated; 25. an 26~30: CCBDA 31~35: DDBCA
基础写作： One possible version: To build up mutual trust among students in the new classes, the Students’ Union is going to organise an Outward Bound activity for Senior One students, with the theme ―We are a family‖. It will be held in Yuexiu Park from 9:30 am to 4:00 pm next Sunday. It will feature/include a variety of activities, such as relay races and rescue games. Participants should wear sport clothes and bring their own lunch and water. Those who need to ask for leave should send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org before January 20th. 读写任务： One possible version: The article describes how the Chinese festival of Single’s Day has become a most profitable online shopping holiday. It also points out the risk of buying unnecessary things at high prices. I think online shopping has made the lives of many people much easier and more enriched, which partly explains the Nov. 11 e-shopping phenomenon. Personally I have been able to buy many things online that I could not find in our local stores, such as an old Japanese comic I bought from a comic book website recently. Shopping online has also allowed me to save a lot of money. This year, for example, I purchased a pair of glasses from an American website. These glasses cost 1500 yuan at the department store near my home. But I paid only 100 dollars online, less than half the department store price!!! Of course we must be careful when shopping online. We should only use websites that have a good reputation for quality and honesty otherwise our personal information may be stolen and the goods we buy may be of poor quality.
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广州市 2014 届高三年级调研测试
一、语法填空： 按所给的参考答案给分，每小题 1.5 分。单词拼写错误、大小写未区分不给分。
二、基础写作评分说明： 基础写作主要考查学生的语言结构的应用能力， 能够应用正确、 规范的语言表达特定的 内容。 本试题要求学生根据所提供的信息，使用五个句子表达[写作内容]的海报中所提供的全 部内容。命题思想是要求考生在表达这些内容时能够： ·关注写作对象（读者） 。 ·能够写出规范的英语通知，正确表达活动时间、地点、内容、目的等重要信息。 ·正确使用连接手段、非谓语动词、介词短语及从句等合理地整合信息。 在评分时，应注意以下几个方面： 1． 按照评分标准，实行分析法评分：按语言、内容和连贯三项标准分别给分； 2． 在语言方面，重点评判句子的语法结构是否正确、用词是否规范；学生是否使用了合适 的句型结构。 3． 在内容方面，重点评判学生是否表达全部规定的内容；如果学生在表达完整的内容时， 适当添加一些内容，不扣分； 4． 在连贯方面，重点评判五个句子是否构成一篇连贯的短文，逻辑是否合理。 （具体内容见评分标准）
三、读写任务评分说明： 读写任务是有材料作文； 要求学生在阅读的基础上写一篇相关主题的作文； 主要考查学 生的篇章概括和语言表达能力。 本试题要求考生阅读一篇关于“双十一/光棍节人们疯狂网上购物”的英语短文之后就 “网络购物”这一话题进行议论。 在评分时，应注意以下几个方面：
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1．按照评分标准，实行分析综合法评分。 2．概括部分要求能抓住文章所含的大意，即： “双十一/光棍节网上购物节”的现象以 及一些人的评论。概括应包含以下要点： （1）现象：双十一/光棍节成为很赚钱的网购节日； （2）评论：会被误导买不需要的东西或价钱并不便宜。 3．写作的内容应该包括： （1）你对文中所描述的网赂购物现象的看法； （2）描述你或他人网络购物的经历； （3）说明网络购物时应注意的问题。 4. 其它要求见评分标准。
附：写作评分标准 1 基础写作 [评分说明] 基础写作的评分建议采用分析法， 即按照语言、 内容和连贯三项指标分别给分， 最后累计作为该题的总得分。 项 评分标准 目 赋分 语 7-8 具有很好的语言运用能力；语法和句子结构准确性高，词汇方 言 面使用较好，只有少许错误。 5-6 3-4 1-2 0 备注 5 4 具有较好的语言运用能力；语法和句子结构准确性较好，有一 些语法结构或词汇方面的错误，但不影响理解。 语言运用能力一般；语法和句子结构基本准确，语法结构或词 汇方面的错误不影响理解。 语言运用能力较差；语法和句子结构基本不够准确，语法结构 或词汇方面的错误较多，而且影响了对句子意义的理解。 语言运用能力很差；语法、句子结构、词汇错误很多，句子意 义无法理解。 每多或少写一个句子，扣 1 分。 包括了所有信息内容。 包括了大部分信息内容。 包括了基本信息内容。 包括了小部分信息内容。 包括了少许信息内容。 没有包括所提供的信息内容。 内容连贯，而且结构紧凑。 内容连贯性比较好，而且结构比较紧凑。 内容连贯性较差，而且结构不够紧凑。 内容缺乏连贯性，而且结构松散。 文不对题，给 0 分。
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2. 读写任务 [评分说明] 读写任务的评分建议采用综合法，即：根据总体印象给分。概要和文章的分值 分别为 5 分和 20 分。 项 目 赋分 5 4 概 3 2 括 0-1 18-20
评分标准 按照要求概括了原文的主要信息，没有增加与原文无关的信息，语言结 构正确，行文规范。 基本按照要求概括了原文的主要信息，没有增加与原文无关的信息。语 言结构正确，行文规范。 基本按照要求概括了原文的主要信息，但包含一些不相关的信息。语言 结构基本正确，行文比较规范。 不能按照要求概括原文的主要信息，包含较多不相关的信息。语言结构 不够准确，行文不够规范。 没有按照要求概括原文的主要信息，基本是不相关的信息。语言结构不 准确，行文不规范。 包含题目所给全部或绝大部分的内容要点。主题明确，内容丰富。 词汇丰富，用词得当。能有效运用合适的语言结构，而且没有（或极少） 语法错误。 篇章结构的连贯性好。 包含题目所给全部或绝大部分的内容要点。主题明确，个别内容不准确 或者不相关。 词汇较丰富，有个别用词错误。较好地运用了合适的语言结构，有少许 的语法错误。 篇章结构的连贯性较好。 包含题目所给全部或绝大部分的内容要点。主题比较明确，个别内容不 准确或者不相关。 词汇较丰富，有一定的用词错误。较好地运用了合适的语言结构，有少 许的语法错误。 篇章结构的连贯性较好。 包含题目所给的部分内容要点。主题基本明确，有些内容不准确或者不 相关。 词汇有限，有较多的用词错误。语言结构出现较多的语法错误。 篇章结构的连贯性一般。 只包含题目所给的个别内容要点。多数内容不相关或者不准确。文章有 些地方照抄原文。 词汇贫乏，有较多的用词错误。大多数的句子出现语法错误。 篇章结构的连贯性差。 只包含与题目所给要点内容有关的一些单词。主题不明确，文章基本照 抄原文。 词汇极其贫乏，基本不能正确用词。几乎没有正确的句子。篇章结构零 乱。
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以下几种情况，给0分： 1）完全抄袭原文（或其它文章） 2）文不对题 3）只写一些零散的单词，完全没有表达完整的内容
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