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湖北省黄冈中学2010年秋季高二英语期末考试


湖北省黄冈中学 2010 年秋季高二英语期末考试试题
高二英语备课组 本试卷共四部分。满分 150 分。考试时间 120 分钟。 第一部分:听力(共两节,满分 30 分) 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.How did the man feel about the field trip? A. Interested. A. Brown. A. A jacket. A. Two. A. Losing weight. B. Surprised. B. Green. B. A watch. B. Three. B. Playing games. C. Satisfied. C. Grey. C. A handbag. C. Five. C. Keeping healthy. 2.What colour of suit did the man wear yesterday? 3.What will the speakers buy next? 4.How many pets does the woman have in all? 5.What are the speakers mainly talking about?

第二节(共 15 小题;每小题 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。听完每段对话或独白前,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、7题。 6.Why is the woman unwilling to live in India? A. She doesn’t want to be far away from home. C. She worries about the language. 7.What will the man miss if he moves to a foreign country? A. His family. B. His pet. C. His friends. 听第7段材料,回答第8至10题。 8.What do we know about Alfred? A. He always works hard. C. He was good at maths last term. 9.What does the man suggest doing? A. Having a talk with Alfred. C. Playing online games with Alfred. 10.What is the probable relationship between the speakers? A. Classmates. B. Neighbours. C. Workmates. 听第8段材料,回答第11至13题。 11.How is the man probably going back to the hotel? A. By bus. B. By taxi. C. By subway. B. Fulfilling(实现) the dreams online. B. He always stays with his friends. B. She thinks India is not beautiful.

12.Where does the man probably come from? A. America. B. Germany. C. England. 13.What can we learn from the conversation? A. The man will meet someone tomorrow. B. Only a few of the taxis here are black. C. The speakers are on the road. 听第9段材料,回答第14至16题。 14.What is the woman’s favourite? A. Spring rolls. 15.Where are the speakers? A. At a French restaurant. A. Ordering dishes. B. At an Italian restaurant. B. Going back home. C. At a Chinese restaurant. C. Going to another restaurant. 16.What does the woman suggest doing next? 听第10段材料,回答第17至20题。 17.Where did the speaker take a journey last year? A. In southwest Africa. A. Enough food. A. Five. A. He climbed rocks. C. He stayed under the space blanket. B. In southeast Africa. B. Plenty of water. B. Three. C. In southwest Asia. C. A lot of clothes. C. Two. B. He searched for animals. 18.What did the speaker have to carry during his journey? 19.How many hours did the speaker walk every day? 20.What did the speaker do for the hottest part of the day? B. Hot and sour soup. C. Dumplings.

第二部分:词汇知识运用(共两节,满分 40 分) 第一节:多项选择(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.—This TV program has a lively style and _____ young people. — So it does. A. adapts to A.awkward B. attends to B.rough C. applies to C.tough D. appeals to D.concrete 22.Polar explorers have to be extremely______ to bear the climate and other hardships. 23.—How do you find Haikou,Mary? —It’s a beautiful seaside city. I have _______ it for my winter holiday. A.decided on success. A.convey A.so far as B.evaluate B.so long as C.tend C.in case D.stress D.even if 25.You may use the room as you like_______ you clean it up afterwards. 26.The Iranian government is accused of ______ some terror organizations in the Middle East by the United States, which can’t not produce firm evidence to prove it. B.tried on C.put on D.carried on 24.The research project has only been under way for three months,so it’s too early to_______ its

A.appointing students. A. in memory of A. expression A.truly A. treat

B.sponsoring

C.consuming

D.supplying

27.At the meeting, our monitor made a speech, promising to try our best to study well______ us B. in place of B. mixture B.automatically B. guarantee C. in honor of C. variety C.personally C. require D. on behalf of D. combination D.eventually D. doubt

28.More and more people choose to shop in a supermarket as it offers a great _____ of goods. 29.Mary sees the bar as a starting point and______ plans to run her own chain of country inns. 30.I am not sure that we will win but I _____ that our team will play hard to win the championship.

第二节:完型填空(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(A、B、C 和 D)中,选出可以填入空白处的 最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 Childhood curiosity can last a lifetime and I learned this from my son, Bill. When he was very young, I often took him to the even social 34 31 . He loved to read and often needed to 33 35 32 the books he’d read in order to borrow more books. One unintended of his nonstop reading habits was that he him that, on certain

at the dinner table. His mother, Mary, and I did our best to 37

36 , reading while dining with others was not a good thing. give the students a reading list, and there was a 38 , and he always wanted to win. And he 40 . He

Every summer the teachers at his school often

contest to see who could read the most books. He was so didn’t just want to learn about We helped we’d turn to the 42 41

39 . But the main reason why he read so obsessively (着迷地) was that he was so things. He wanted to learn about everything. 43 his curiosity in every way. 45

an unfamiliar word came up in conversation, 46 it. 48

44 , looking up the word, and reading the definition aloud. Thus my son came to exists somewhere. All you have to do is 47 49 today as when he was a child, and he seems to

realize that if you have a question, the Bill remains as much of a everything he reads. He’s often 50

to share what he’s learned with the next person he meets. He

reads at the dinner table, though — which is a good thing because the books he’s attracted to now

are increasingly unappetizing (引不起食欲的): The Eradication of Infectious Diseases, Mosquitoes, Malaria & Man, and Rats, Lice, and History. 31. A. school 32. A. return 33. A. advantage 34. A. play 35. A. convince 36. A. issues 37. A. could 38. A. sincere 39. A. went 40. A. curious B. office B. store B. discovery B. read B. promise B. services B. would B. crazy B. failed B. confident C. library C. talk C. explanation C. study C. warn C. occasions C. should C. positive C. did C. diligent D. museum D. pick D. consequence D. laugh D. advise D. duties D. might D. competitive D. proved D. excellent

41. A. simple 42. A. protect 43. A. Until 44. A. teacher 45. A. person 46. A. find 47. A. speaker 48. A. imagine 49. A. eager 50. A. now and again

B. past B. develop B. If B. newspaper B. book B. use B. reader B. believe B. afraid B. at all time

C. any C. examine C. Though C. partner C. answer C. tell C. maker C. create C. careful C. no longer

D. some D. follow D. Because D. dictionary D. matter D. ask D. user D. remember D. sure D. just now

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,从每篇短文后所给各题的四个选项(A、B、C 和 D)中,选出最佳选项, 并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。

A
When I was nine years old I lived in a small town. I found an ad for selling greeting cards in the back of a children’s magazine. I thought to myself I could do this. I begged my mother to let me send for the kit (配件). Two weeks later the kit arrived. The next three hours later, I returned home with no card and a pocket full of money shouting, “Mama, all the people couldn’t wait to buy my cards!” A salesperson was born. When I was twelve years old, my father took me to see Zig Ziegler. I remember sitting in the dark hall listening to Mr. Ziegler raise everyone’s spirits up to ceiling. I left there feeling like I could do anything. When we got to the car, I turned to my father and said, “Dad, I want to make people feel like that.” My father asked me what I meant. “I want to be a motivational speaker just like Mr. Ziegler,” I replied. A dream was born. Recently, I began pursuing my dream of motivating others. I realized that everything I had accomplished — the graduate degree, the successful sales career, speaking appointments, training and managing for a major fortune 100 company as a senior manager— had prepared me for this moment. I told my boss who was a great leader I would leave the company though I might not reach such a height in career. He told me to proceed and he believed I would succeed. Having made that decision, I was immediately tested. One week after I gave notice, my husband was laid off from his job. We had recently bought a new home and needed both incomes to make the monthly mortgage (抵押) payment and now we were done to no income. I even planned to turn back to my former company, knowing they wanted me to stay but I was certain that if I went back, I would never leave. I decided I still wanted to move forward rather than end up with a mouth full of “if onlys” later on. A motivational speaker was born. When I held fast to my dream, even during the tough times, the miracles(奇迹) really began to happen. In a short time period my husband found a better job. We didn’t miss a mortgage payment. And I was able to book several speaking appointments with new clients (客户). I discovered the incredible power of dreams. I loved my old job, my workmates and the company I left, but it was time to get on with my dream. To celebrate my success I had a local artist paint my new office as a garden. At the top of one wall she marked, “The world always makes way for the dreamer.” 51.Why was the kit sent for? A. Selling greeting cards. B. Collecting greeting cards. C. Buying greeting cards. D. Sending greeting cards. 52.When did the author decide to become a motivational speaker?

A. After buying a new home by mortgage. B. After giving notice to leave her secure position in the company. C. After finding a job in a major fortune 100 company. D. After listening to Mr. Ziegler’s inspiring speech. 53.Which of the following statements is NOT TRUE? A. She was once an excellent manager. B. She left her post at the height of her career. C. She was not sure whether the former company could accept her. D. She didn’t miss paying the monthly mortgage payment. 54.What does the underlined sentence mean in the last paragraph? A. Carry on with your dreams and you will be successful. B. Risk everything you have for a dream and you will succeed. C. The world belongs to dreamers. D. Everyone will find their dreams.

B
London started its first major bike hire scheme (方案) on July 30th. Transport For London (TFL), the agency responsible for moving people around England’s capital, put 5,000 bicycles in 400 different locations around the city. The idea is to cut traffic, reduce pollution and provide a greener way of getting around London’s streets. The scheme had a few small problems on its first day as people could not lock the bikes properly once they had finished riding them. As a gesture of goodwill, London Mayor Boris Johnson announced all rentals (租金) on the first day would be free of charge. The bikes are available for free for the first 30 minutes but costs go up sharply since then. Renters have to pay $1.60 for the first hour and $78 for 24 hours. The bikes are clearly designed for very short trips. TFL says it sees a “cycle revolution” happening in London. It predicts there will be around 40,000 new cycle journeys every day on the rental bikes. Mr. Johnson says he wants to see a return to the turn of the 20th century, when 20 per cent of journeys in London were made by bicycle. The scheme has received a lot of positive feedback (反馈) in the first two days. Many Londoners believe it is a great alternative (替代品) to London’s overcrowded and overpriced trains and buses. One person, Andy Clark, told the Reuters news agency, “It’s a great idea. I’ve seen it operating in Paris and Barcelona and thought why don’t we have one?” The Londonist Blog said the bikes were very strong and were “designed to bear a beating from both careless cyclists and drunken people”. 55. What’s the main idea of the passage? A. London starts a new bike hire scheme. B. London needs better measures to cut traffic. C. London encourages people to buy bikes. D. London decides to protect the environment. 56. At the beginning of the scheme, there was some difficulty with the ____. A. rental B. time C. distance D. lock 57. Which of the following is NOT the purpose of the bike rental scheme? A. To reduce traffic pressure. C. To decrease pollution. B. To protect nature. D. To beautify the city.

58. It can be learned from the passage that ____. A. the bikes are designed for long journeys in London B. it costs nearly $80 to rent one of the bikes for a day C. London is the first city to start the bike rental scheme D. All Londoners approve of the scheme

C
Sure, it’s good to get along with your teacher because it makes the time you spend in the classroom more pleasant. And yes, it’s good to get along with your teacher because, in general, it’s smart to learn how to understand the different types of people you’ll meet throughout your life. “But really, there’s one super-important reason why you should get along with your teacher. When you do, learning bursts right open,” says Evelyn Vuko, a longtime teacher who writes an education column(专栏) called “Teacher Says” for the Washington Post newspaper. In fact, kids who get along with their teachers not only learn more, but they’re more comfortable asking questions and getting extra help. This makes it easier to understand new material and do your best on tests. When you have this kind of relationship with a teacher, he or she can be someone to turn to with problems, such as problems with learning or school life, such as bullying. As a kid in a primary or middle school, you’re at a wonderful stage in your life. You’re like a sponge (海绵), able to absorb lots of new and exciting information. On top of that, you’re able to think about all this information in new ways. Your teacher knows that, in most cases, is very excited to be the person who’s giving you all that material and helping you make it. Remember, teachers are people, too, and they feel great if you’re open to what they’re teaching you. That’s why they wanted to be teachers in the first place—to teach! Some kids may be able to learn in any situation, whether they like the teacher or not. But most kids are sensitive to the way they get along with the teacher, and if things aren’t going well, they won’t learn as well and won’t enjoy being in class. 59.In the passage, the author mainly talks about _______. A. how to get along well with others B. the importance of a good relation with teachers C. how much the students are expected of to get along with teachers D. how to make the time in the classroom more pleasant 60.“Learning bursts right open” in the third paragraph really means _______. A. learning becomes easier for you at once B. you find an opening to learning C. there’ll be more problems with learning D. there’ll be no problems at all with learning 61.According to the passage, which of the following statements is TRUE? A. If you get on well with your teachers, you must have a good result in exams. B. The more questions you ask, the higher marks you will get. C. If you have a good relationship with your teacher, you can turn to him when in trouble.

D. Many kids can do well without a good relationship with teachers. 62.Which of the comments is FALSE on teachers and their work according to the passage? A. Teachers are excited even if you wouldn’t like to accept their teaching. B. Teachers sometimes have the same feelings as students do. C. Though few, there are still some students who can learn even if they don’t like the teacher. D. Having a bad relationship with your teachers does more or less harm to your studies.

D
One of my favorite things I like to watch is the bloopers (洋相) and outtakes(花絮) that are shown of mistakes made during the making of a movie. Most DVDs have a section of outtakes, and often they will set me off laughing, especially when you know what was supposed to happen. We all make mistakes, and have many bloopers and outtakes in a lifetime. Some of them may be funny like movie bloopers, a stupid mistake and we are able to laugh at ourselves. Other outtakes in life, however, are not funny. I am referring to the tragic turns of events that happen in life that can turn our life in a moment. Accidents, disaster, the death of a loved one happen unexpectedly, and can greatly affect our lives. These are outtakes we would prefer not to happen or even replayed in our life. Times of crisis and tragedy can not be prevented, but how you handle these outtakes will affect the rest of your life. There is always a choice in any crisis. We can choose to feel upset, but keep hopes and move forward, or choose to become stuck in the past. We cannot choose our circumstances, but we do have a choice how we respond to them. We can give in or overcome, and our choice will determine our future. When we drive a car our focus is the road ahead; if we spend all our time looking in the rearview mirror(后视镜) failure is more or less inevitable(不可避免)! The same is true in life. We will fail, or at best remain at a standstill if we keep looking back and focusing on the events behind us, reliving the past. 63. The author mentions the outtakes of a movie in the first paragraph because A. most people have the hobby of watching them B. they are part of a movie C. he wants to direct us to his topic in a natural way D. he just wants to tell us a story 64. The outtakes in our life are different from those of a movie because A. not all of them are funny C. they are more funny B. they can be avoided D. they happen more often . . .

65. The purpose of the author is to tell us A. the different kinds of outtakes in real life B. his funny experience in watching a movie

C. to choose the right attitude towards outtakes in life D. what we should learn from the outtakes in real life 66. What would be the best title for the passage? A. Outtakes! Give in or overcome? B. Outtakes will destroy you. C. There is always a choice in any crisis. D. Keep hopes whatever happens.

E
A recent study, which was published in last week’s Journal of the American Medical Association, offers a picture of how dangerous it is to get a lift from a teenage driver. Indeed, a 16-year-old driver with three or more passengers has three times the possibility of a serious accident, compared with a teenager driving alone. The authors also found that the death rates for teenage drivers increased greatly after 10 p.m., and especially after midnight. With passengers in the car, the driver was even more likely to die in a late-night accident. Robert Foss, a scientist at the University of North Carolina Highway Safety Research Center, says the higher death rates for teenage drivers have less to do with “really stupid behavior” than with just a lack of driving experience. “The basic issue is that adults who are responsible for giving out licenses fail to recognize how complex and skilled driving is.” he says. Both he and the author of the study believe that the way to mitigate (使缓解) the problem is to have states set up so-called graduated licensing systems, in which getting a license is a process with several stages. A graduated license requires that a teenager first prove himself able to drive in the presence(在 场)of an adult, followed by a period of driving with night of passenger restrictions (限制) before graduating to full driving rights. Graduated licensing systems have reduced teenage driver crashes, according to recent studies. 67.Which of the following situations is most dangerous according to the passage? A. Adults giving a lift to teenagers on the highway after 10 p.m. B. A teenager driving after midnight with passengers in the car. C. Adults driving with three or more teenage passengers late at night.
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D. A teenager getting a lift from a stranger on the highway at midnight. 68.According to Robert Foss, the high death rate of teenage drivers is mainly due to _______. A. their lack of driving experience C. their wrong way of driving B. their frequent driving at night D. their driving with passengers

69.According to Paragraph 3, which of the following statements is TRUE? A. Teenagers should spend more time learning to drive. B. Driving is a skill too complex for teenagers to learn.
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C. Restrictions should be forced on teenagers demanding to take driving licenses.

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D. The licensing department is partly responsible for teenagers’ driving accidents. A. the licensing system should be improved B. they should be forbidden to take on passengers C. they should not be allowed to drive after 10 pm D. driving in the presence of an adult should be made a rule

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70.A suggested measure to be taken to reduce teenagers’ driving accidents is that _____.

第四部分:书面表达(共两节,满分 40 分) 第一节:完成句子(共 10 小题;每小题 1. 5 分,满分 15 分)
阅读下列各小题,根据括号内的汉语提示,用句末括号内的英语单词完成句子,并将答案写 在答题卡上的相应题号后。

71.By the time they got back to the camp, they 72.They talk long hours together, 73. Although house construction find many diverse styles in each country.(vary)

(用完了) water. (run) (他们每次见面). (time) (每个国家的建筑结构不相同), you can

74. Please tell me _______________________________(这个事故是怎样发生的). I am still in the dark.(come) 75.Under no circumstances (Karen 将决不同意)to move to a new place far (四倍的金牌) gold (父母才有时间) to deal away from her workplace,because it isn’t convenient for her family and herself.(agree) 76. In the Asian Games in Guangzhou, China got nearly medals as Japan. (many) 77.It was not until the baby girl was fast asleep with their personal affairs. (have) 78.The weather picnic.(be) 79 . protected. (hunt) 80. (如果 Mark 邀请我),I would have been glad to come.(if) 假如你叫李华,暑假期间要去英国 Embassy English Language School (EELS) 进行短期学习。 以下是英方学校寄给你的课程安排选择表。请你仔细阅读课程表,按要求给校方回一封信。 Schedule for EELS Summer English Courses English Courses Six-week course Four-week course Please include the following: 1. Your choice and possible reasons; 2. Your present English level(水平); 3. Specific language skill you want to improve; 4. Other personal requirements. 注意:1.信的开头已为你写好; 2.词数:100 左右。 Dear Sir, Thank you for your offer of inviting me to the summer English course in your school. Total Hours of Study 120 60 Total Hours of Part-time Job 48 No Job but Tour Instead Date July 1-August 15 July1-August 1 (被捕猎了九十年后 )for almost 90 years, the lions were finally (天气好) ,we have made up our minds to go for a

第二节:短文写作(共 1 题;满分 25 分)

湖北省黄冈中学 2010 年秋季高二英语期末考试答题卡
Class ____________ Name ____________ No. ____________

71. _______________________________ 72. _______________________________ 73. _______________________________ 74. _______________________________ 75. _______________________________

76. _______________________________ 77. _______________________________ 78. _______________________________ 79. _______________________________ 80. _______________________________

Dear Sir, Thank you for your offer of inviting me to the summer English course in your school.

请在答题区域内作答,超出方框限定区域的答案无效

湖北省黄冈中学 2010 年高二英语期末考试试题 听力录音稿及试题参考答案
(Text l) W: How did the field trip go last weekend? M: To my surprise, more than half the class was absent, which is quite out of expectation. (Text 2) W: Are you going to wear your brown suit today ? M: No, I don’t think so. I wore it yesterday. I’m going to wear my gray suit. (Text 3) M: Is there anything else we need to buy ? W: Well, we have got your jacket and my new handbag. Oh, wait. We need a watch for Julia. It’s her birthday tomorrow. (Text 4) W: Do you have any pets at home, John? M: No. I don’t like any pets. W: Well, I have two dogs and three cats. M: Wow. But they make your house dirty, don’t they? (Text 5) M: I’m putting on weight. I need exercise. W: Me, too. M: Would you like to play tennis with me? W: Good idea! If we play tennis for one or two hours a day, we are sure to lose weight. (Text 6) M: I hear Maggie is going to work in India. W: India! Wow! I hear it’s a beautiful place, but I don’t think I will live there. M: Why not? W: Well, it’s too far from home. I’d miss my family. M: I don’t think I’d mind moving to a foreign country. The language is the only thing that I’ d be worried about. W: Yeah, but wouldn’t you miss your friends? M: Sure, for a while, but I’d make new ones. W: You certainly sound very confident. M: You know, actually, there is one thing I’d miss, my dog. (Text 7) M: You know what? Alfred failed last week’s maths test again! W: Really? Again? I still remember he always topped the list in maths last term. M: Me, too. But since he started to play online games, he has been skipping classes and his grades have dropped so low. W: And I find he seldom stays with us lately. Is it so easy to get addicted to online games? M: Well, online games create a world where you can experience things that you can not fulfill in reality. W: No wonder Alfred has spent far too much time online and has lost control of himself. M: I think we’d better have a talk with him. He can’t give up his studies. We’re so busy this term. (Text 8) W: Right. What do you want to do now, Karl? M: I’d better get back to the hotel. I’m meeting someone this evening. W: Oh, OK. How are you going to get back? M: I think I’ll take a taxi. Do you know where I can get one? W: Oh, just wait by the side of the road. Taxis just drive past. I’ll wait with you. M: OK. Thanks. Um, are all the taxis in London black? W: Yes. Well, nearly all of them. Is this your first time in a London taxi? M: Yes, it is. Do you give extra money to taxi drivers here? W: You mean a tip? Oh, yes. They usually expect about ten percent. M: Yes, it’s the same in Germany. W: Oh, look, there’s one. Taxi! (Text 9) W: Come on, Brad. Sit down. This is my favourite place. I hope you like it.

M: Me, too. W: OK, what should we order? What about spring rolls? M: Spring rolls? I’ve never heard of those before. But you can order them if you want. W: Oh, well, how about soup? We could get ... hot and sour soup. It’ s my favourite. M: Well, I’ve never tried that before. But you can go ahead. W: OK. How about dumplings? You’ll love them. M: I don’t think so. W: Well, you have to eat something, Brad. Is there anything on this menu that you do want to try? M: Do you think they have French fries? W: Brad! This is a Chinese restaurant. M: Well, I told you I just wanted a hamburger and fries. W: All right, you win. Let’s go and find another place. (Text 10) M: Last year I was fortunate enough to be invited to cross the Namib Desert in south-west Africa. And it took me into extremes of heat. Our journey was five and a half days from start to finish, and we had to carry plenty of water to enable us to survive. It’s a bit like carrying a refrigerator on your back. It’s that sort of weight. The decision we made was to walk for three hours in the morning, and two hours in the late afternoon, and then rest through the rest of the day under a space blanket. And what we did was to stretch it between a rock surface and the desert floor, and then stay under it in the shade for the hottest part of the day. In that place, nothing can survive and. all that was left were the bones of animals.

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听力理解 1—5 BABCA 多项选择 21—25 DCABB 完形填空 31—35 CADBA 阅读理解 51—55 ADCA 完成句子 71. had run out of 72. each/every time they meet 73. varies from country to country 74. how the accident came about 75. will Karen agree 短文写作 One possible version: Dear Sir, Thank you for your offer inviting me to the summer English course in your school. As for my choice of the two courses, I’d certainly prefer the four-week course for 60 hours of study. This would allow me more time to see your beautiful country while learning the language. I would like to do some traveling and make a few new friends. Of all the subjects I’m learning at school, I like English best. I have been learning English for 6 years and now I am able to listen, speak, read and write in English. I hope to take this chance to improve my spoken English as much as possible. Besides, I’d like to have home-stay for a couple of days so that I can know better about English habits and customs. I believe I will have a wonderful time in England this summer. Yours, Li Hua 6—10 ABCAA 26—30 BDCDB 36—40 CBDCA 55—58 ADDB 59—62 BACA 11—15 BBCBC 41—45 DBBDC 63—66 CACA 16—20 CABAC 46—50 ABDAC 67—70 BADA

76. four times as many 77. that her parents had (the)time 78. being fine 79. Having been hunted 80. If Mark had invited me


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