江苏省启东市 2009 届高三英语第一学期第一次调研考试试卷
本试卷分第Ⅰ卷 （选择题） 和第Ⅱ卷 （非选择题） 两部分，共 120 分。考试时间 120 分钟。
第 I 卷（选择题
三部分 共 85 分）
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答案转 涂到答题卡上。 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．How many times has the man been to China? （ ） A．Once. B．Twice. C．Three times. 2．Where does the dialogue take place? A．In a shop. B．In a hospital. C．At home. 3．How long will the woman travel? A．Half a month. B．One and a half months. C ． Two months. 4．In all, how much will the man have to pay? A．$70． B．$76． C．$60． 5．When can the man see Professor Brown? A．On Monday. B．On Wednesday. C．On Friday. 第二节 （共 15 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，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．What does the girl’s mother most likely do? A．She may be a doctor. B．She may be a banker. C ． She may be a teacher. 7．Where is the girl’s mother most likely now? A．At home. B．In the school. 8．What’s the man’s telephone number? A．8-55-3-22-99． B．8-55-33-2-99．
C．In the hospital. C．8-55-33-22-9．
听第 7 段材料，回答第 9 至 10 题。 9．Most likely what is the relationship between the man and woman? A．Mother and son. B．Teacher and student. C．Doctor and patient. 10．Which is NOT true according to the dialogue? A．She is afraid of being laughed at. B．She makes mistakes when she opens her mouth. 2 C．She spends a lot of time practicing spoken English. 0 听第 8 段材料，回答第 11 至 14 题。 0 11．Who watched the football game last night? 8 A．Charles. B．Laura. C．Both Charles and Laura 1 12．What was the result of the game? 0 A．It was unfinished. 0 B．It was an exciting game. 9 C．Neither of the teams won the game. 13．What TV program did Charles watch? A．An old film. B．A football match. C．A play. 14．What did Charles’ wife finally do? A．She enjoyed the film very much. B．She started to read a book. C．She did nothing but go to sleep. 听第 9 段材料，回答第 15 至 17 题。 15．What is the relationship of the man and the woman? A．Husband and wife. B．Shop assistant and customer. C．Doctor and patient. 16．What’s wrong with Mrs. Simpson? A．She has trouble with her heart. B．She feels terrible on her back. C．She has her leg broken. 17．When can the doctor see her? A．At eleven, Tuesday morning. B．At ten, Thursday morning. C．At ten, Tuesday morning. 听第 10 段材料，回答第 18 至 20 题。 18．When did Tom write a letter to his aunt? A．On March 1st. B．At the end of March. C．On his birthday. 19．Why wasn’t Tom inviting his aunt to his birthday party? A．Because Tom didn’t like his aunt Rose very much. B．Because his aunt Rose didn’t like Tom very much. C．Because his aunt had never taken part in Tom’s birthday party.
20．Why did Tom thank his aunt? A．Because his aunt sent him a birthday present last year. B．Because his aunt would come to his birthday party. C．His aunt wrote a letter to him on his birthday. 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, 并在答题卡 上将该项涂黑。 21．According to _______ announcement by Guangzhou Price Bureau, _______ the new measures which have been taken recently are expected to cut the operation costs of each taxi driver by 1280 yuan. A．the; / B．an; the C．/; the D．an; / 22．It was four o’clock in the afternoon _______ they got to the station. A．that B．since C．when D．until 23．_______ around the Water Cube, we were then taken to see the Bird’s Nest for the 2008 Olympic Games. A．Having shown B．To be shown C．Having been shown D． To show 24．Considering your salary, you should _______ at least 100 dollars a week. A．put up B．put forward C．put aside D．put out 25．I’ll lend you money _______ you promise to return it by the end of the this month. A．unless B．even if C．as long as D．as far as 26．It was not who is right but what is right _______ is of importance. A．which B．it C．that D．this 27．They will fly to Washington, _______ they plan to stay for two or three days. A．which B．where C．there D．when 28．—Have you received Jack’s plan? —Yes, but I don’t think his plan is _______. A．worth being considered B．worthy to be considered C．worthy of considering D．worth to be considered 29．A warm thought suddenly came to me _______ I might use the pocket money to buy some f lowers for my mother’s birthday. A．if B．when C．that D．which 30．Everyone present at the meeting agreed to stick to the _______ that everyone should be treated fairly. A．purpose B．ambition C．principle D．level 31．It is possible to make good movies cheaply. _______, “low—budget” doesn’t have to mean “ bad”. A．However B．Further C．Though D．But
32．—I’ll come to see your performance at 9:00 tomorrow evening. —I’m sorry, by then my performance _______ and I _______ reporters in the meeting room. A．will end; will meet B．will have ended; will be meeting C．will be ended; am going to meet D．is to end; will meet 33．His expenses do not correspond ______ his income. A．to B．on C．in D．of 34．Even if they are on sale, these mobile phones are equal to _______ in price, if not more expensive than, at other stores. A．anyone B．the ones C．that D．the others 35．—Shall I give you a hand with this as you are so busy now? —Thank you. _______. A．Of course you can B． If you like C．It’s up to you D ． It couldn’t be better 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 答题卡上将该项涂黑。 Once, my father and I were standing in the line to buy tickets for the circus. 36 , there was only one family between us and the ticket counter. This family made a big impression on me. There were eight children, all probably under 12. Their clothes were not 37 , but they were clean. The children were 38 , all of them standing in line, two-by-two behind their parents, 39 hands. They were excitedly jabbering （喋喋不休地说） about what they would see. One could 40 they had never been to the circus before. It 41 to be a highlight of their young lives. The ticket lady asked the father how many tickets he wanted. He 42 responded, “Please let me buy 43 children’s tickets and two adult tickets so I can take my family to the circus.” The ticket lady 44 the price. The mother’s head 45 , and her lip began to quiver （抖动）. The father leaned a little 46 and asked, “How much?” The ticket lady quoted the price 47 . The man didn’t have enough money, Seeing what happened, my dad put his hand in his pocket, 48 a $20 bill and dropped it on the ground. （We were not rich in any sense of the word!） Then he reached down, 49 the bill and said, “Excuse me, sir, this fell out of your 50 .” The man knew what was going on. He wasn’t begging for a handout 51 certainly appreciated the help in a desperate, heartbreaking 52 . He looked into my dad’s eyes, took my dad’s 53 in both of his, and with a tear running down his 54 , he replied, “Thank you, sir. This really means a lot to me and my family.” My father and I went back to our car and 55 home. We didn’t go to the circus that night, but we didn’t go without.
36．A． Immediately B．Finally C．Hopefully D．Suddenly 37．A． expensive B．cheap C．plain D．bad 38．A． badly-behaved B．polite C．well-behaved D．lovely 39．A． holding B．shaking C．putting D．waving 40．A． know B．understand C．feel D．sense 41．A． advised B．recommended C．promised D．allowed 42．A． lowly B．honestly C．bravely D．proudly 43．A． six B．eight C．ten D．two 44．A． answered B．quoted C．spoke D．said 45．A． dropped B．bent C．shook D．nodded 46．A． nearer B．harder C．tighter D．closer 47．A． too B．again C．as usual D．as well 48．A． turned out B．handed out C．pulled out D．put out 49．A． picked up B．took up C．sent up D．made up 50．A． trousers B．clothes C．children D．pocket 51．A． and B．but C．or D．so 52．A． situation B．condition C．surrounding D．position 53．A． hand B．arm C．leg D．shoulder 54．A． head B．mouth C．cheek D．nose 55．A． went B．got C．drove D．walked 第三部分 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 在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 A Was Princess Diana murdered? The verdict（判决） is no. according to an inquiry （调查） held into the cause of her death over the last six months. The big question was whether the deaths of Diana and her boyfriend Dodi A1 Fayed in a deadly car crash in 1997 had been accidental, or whether there was some kind of conspiracy（阴谋） to have them killed. Dodi’s father Mohamed A1 Fayed, owner of London’s world-famous department store Harrods, has insisted for the last decade that the pair were murdered by spies of the British state who did not want them to marry. But his theories now look to have been blown out of the water. The court found that Princess Diana and her boyfriend were not murdered but killed due to the “gross, carelessness” of her driver and the paparazzi（偷拍的摄影记者）. Her driver was drunk at the time of the crash and the paparazzi had been running after their car. So is this the end of the Diana story? British taxpayers may hope so. The inquiry has cost them about ￡10m （140m RMB）. “Thank God it’s over”, was the headline in The Guardian newspaper. UK Prime Minister Gordon Brown said it was time to “draw a line” under the death of the Princess. But Mohamed AI Fayed has refused to accept the judgment. He says the result will come as a “blow” to millions of his supporters
around the world, and has not ruled out starting another investigation. Whatever happens, next, the special place Princess Diana has in the hearts of people around the world is not likely to be forgotten. 56．According to the text, the inquiry focuses on _______. A．what caused the deaths of Diana and her boyfriend B．who were the paparazzi C．how much British taxpayers paid for the case D．whether the driver was drunk then . 57．By saying the underlined “his theories now look to have been blown out of the water”, the author means that ________. A．Mohamed lacks confidence in the case B．Mohamed feels disappointed at the result C．Mohamed’s idea seems to be believable D．Mohamed’s idea possibly proves to be wrong 58．Similar to The Guardian newspaper, UK Prime Minister ________. A．felt sorry for the deadly car crash B．questioned the purpose of Dodi’s father C．stood for the court’s judgment D．blamed the paparazzi for their bad behavior B Andy Steele lives just a few blocks from the campus of Black Hills State University in Spearfish, S.D．, so commuting（经常往返） to class isn’t the problem. But he doesn’t like lectures much, isn’t a morning person, and wants time during the day to restore motorcycles. So Steele, a full-time senior business major, has been taking as many classes as he can from the South Dakota State system’s online offerings. He gets better grades and learns more, he says, and insists he isn’t missing out on the college experience. “I still know a lot of people from my first two years living on campus, and I still meet a lot of people,” he says. But now, he sets his own schedule. At least 2.3 million people took some kind of online courses, according to a recent survey by The Sloan Consortium, an online education group, and two-thirds of colleges offering “face-to-face” courses also offer online ones. But what were once two different types of classes are looking more and more alike and often falling into the same pool of students. At some schools, online courses originally intended for non-traditional students living far from campus have proved surprisingly popular with on-campus students. A recent study found 42 percent of the students enrolled（登记） in its distance education courses were located on campus at the university that was hosting the online courses. Numbers vary depending on the policies of particular colleges, but other schools
also have students mixing and matching online and “face-to-face” credits. Motives range from lifestyle to adapting a job schedule to getting into high--demand courses. Washington State had about 325 on-campus undergraduates taking one or more distance courses last year. As many as 9,000 students took both distance and in-person classes at Arizona State last year. “Business is really about providing choices to their customers, and that’s really what we want to do,” said Sheila Asker, extended services coordinator （协 调人） at Black Hills State. Many schools, such as Washington State and Arizona State, let departments and academic units decide who can take an online course. They say students with legitimate academic needs a conflict with another class, a course they need to graduate that is full--often get permission, though they still must take some key classes in person. 59．What is the purpose of the passage? A．To introduce Steele to us, who prefers online courses. B．To tell us about the development of campus courses. C．To show the differences between campus courses and online courses. D．To show more on-campus students are taking online courses. 60．We can learn from the passage that Andy Steele _______. A．lives far from the campus B．knows none of his classmates C．wants to have his own lifestyle D．doesn’t get good marks 61．Which of the following is NOT true according to the passage? A．The undergraduates attend the online courses for different purposes. B．It is expected that distance education is popular with on- campus students. C．About 325 on-campus undergraduates took online courses in Washington last year. D．Different colleges have different policies about online courses. 62．From what Sheila Asker said in the passage, we can tell _______. A．business is the most popular major in universities B．colleges should provide more majors for students C．where the similarity between business and colleges lies D．why colleges offer online courses to on-campus students C Tattoos（纹身） and body piercing（穿洞） have moved up on the trend list in recent years. Around Western schools lots of teens are sporting new holes and flesh ink. Like all other subjects, we’ll surely be faced with such situation. To get a better view of what has happened in the West, let’s sit down and hear what they say.
Kerstin Otto from Washington: The hotter it gets and the more layers of clothing disappear, the more tattoos and piercing appear on various places of the human body, I wouldn’t be caught dead with a snake tattooed on my ankle or with a piece of metal stuck in my belly button. Erin from Indiana: I think body piercing is cool. In most situations, you don’t really have to worry about it getting torn out. I go to Noblesville High School. I am a sophomore （that is the l0th grade）. Body piercing can be cool, only if it is not taken to too much of an extent. I would not want to get my nose pierced, just because I think I’ll look bad. But that is my personal opinion. I guess that type of thing is a cultural difference. Tiara from Indiana: I personally think body piercing is sickening. If there were supposed to be holes in your body, you would have been born with them. I do, however, think that ear piercing, is not wrong. There is a difference between ear piercing and belly button piercing. Ear piercing is not nearly as dangerous. I would be sick if someone stuck a needle in my belly button. Lee from Illinois: Hi! I live in Illinois. I am 23． I have 12 tattoos and three piercing. I love my tattoos and consider myself an art collector. You would be surprised at who has given me the thumbs-up on my art work. People on the street stop me to look at that on my leg. Most of them don’t know what it is. They just think the work itself is great. Subotai from California: I’m not prohibitive（禁止） of self-expression, but when I see high school students getting these piercings, I really wonder. In some cases, the drive is deeper and darker than mere fashion. A friend of mine tried piercing her own tongue with a safety pin. It got infected and she had a tongue the size of a cow’s. Nagib from Washington: I wanted an earring. My friends had them and it looked like a cool thing. I wanted to get a nose ring, but my mum wouldn’t let me. Now I’m glad I didn’t get it. I just wanted a little stud, but I wouldn’t have looked good with it. Jackson from Ohio: I don’t think it’s wrong, but when people do it all over the place like their face and everything —I think that’s ridiculous. People who get the big dragons that cover your whole body—I don’t think that’s necessary. When I see naked chicks on guys, I think. “You have no respect for women.” Brittany from New York: You don’t want to do stuff to your body. You don t need to do that because you were made perfect. You don’t need to add piercing. If it will make you feel beautiful and you really feel like you need to do it for yourself, then okay. If it really
makes a big difference impacting your self-esteem and how you are towards others, then do it. But otherwise, don’t mess with what you got. Maybe you should try something more substantial（充实的） to find beauty in yourself. 63．Who is wholeheartedly lost in tattoos and piercing? A．Tiara B．Erin C．Nagib. D．Lee. 64．Who doesn’t think tattoos and piercing are beautiful? A．Jackson. B． Brittany. C． Tiara. D． Nagy. 65．We can conclude that ________. A．tattoos and piercing are a new kind of elegant art B．all the teachers in the West are in favor of tattoos and piercing C．everything is changeable with time going on D．it is necessary to live with all different views of beauty 66．The best title for this passage is probably _________. A．Body Art or Damage B．Damage to the Youth’s Body C．Young People’s Different Curiosities D．A Great Anxiety About Young People D Not long ago, people thought babies were not able to learn things until they were five or six months old. Yet doctors in the United States say babies begin learning on their first day of life. Scientists note that babies are strongly influenced by their environment. They say a baby will smile if her mother does something the baby likes. A baby learns to get the best care possible by smiling to please her mother or other caregiver. This is how babies learn to connect and communicate with other human beings. One study shows that babies can learn before they are born. The researchers placed a tape recorder on the stomach of a pregnant woman. Then, they played a recording of a short story. On the day the baby was born, the researchers attempted to find if he knew the sounds of the story repeated while in his mother. They did this by placing a device in the mouth of the newborn baby. The baby would hear the story if he moved his mouth one way. If the baby moved his mouth the other way, he would hear a different story. The researchers say the baby clearly liked the story he heard before he was born. They say the baby would move his mouth so he could hear the story again and again. Another study shows how mothers can strongly influence social development and language skills in their children. Researchers studied the children from the age of one month to three years. The researchers attempted to measure the sensitivity of the mothers. The women were considered sensitive if they supported their children’s activities and did not interfere unnecessarily. They tested the children for thinking and language development when they were three years old. Also, the researchers observed the women
for signs of depression. The children of depressed women did not do as well in tests as the children of women who did not suffer from depression. The children of depressed women did poorly in tests of language skills and understanding what they hear. These children also were less cooperative and had more problems dealing with other people. The researchers noted that the sensitivity of the mothers was important to the intelligence development of their children. Children did better when their mothers were caring, even when they suffered from depression. 67．According to the passage, which of the following is NOT the factor that influences intelligence development in babies? A．The environment. B ． Mother’s sensitivity. C．Their peers（同龄人） D．Education before birth. 68．What is the purpose of the experiment in which newborn babies heard the stories? A．To prove that babies can learn before they are born. B．To prove that babies can learn on the first day they are born. C ． To show mothers can strongly influence intelligence development in their babies. D．To indicate early education has a deep effect on the babies’ language skills. 69．Which group of children did the worst in tests of language skills? A．The children of depressed mothers who cared little for their children. B．The children of women who did not suffer from depression. C．The children of depressed but caring mothers. D．Children with high communication abilities. 70．What is the main idea of the passage? A．Scientific findings about how babies develop before birth. B ．Scientific findings about how the environment has an effect on babies’ intelligence. C．A study shows babies are not able to learn things until they are rice or six months olD． D．Scientific findings about how intelligence develops in babies.
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2 0 第四部分 单词拼写（共 10 小题；每小题 0.5 分, 满分 5 分） 0 71． A ______ （代表） from the “ Green Peace” is said to give a talk about protection 8 1 0
of wild life tomorrow morning. 72．What was it that ________（区别） her from her classmates? 73．Yesterday we learned a law _______（追溯） back to the 17th century. 74．The ring is one of her most treasured _______（所有物）. 75．He glanced briefly towards her but there was no sign of _______（认出）. 76．This is a small town l_______ 30 miles south of Chicago. 77．The infrastructure of a country is what makes everything run s_______, including things like transport, electricity, telephones and so on. 78． S_______ by the Revolution in 1789, France became a different country afterwards, and today, it is still guided by those principles. 79 ． The student is excellent in t______ of study, but he has his character shortcomings. 80． These days she was very busy. She o_______ herself in writing 5 English reports. 第五部分 任务型阅读（共 10 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 10 分） 请认真阅读下列短文，并根据所读的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：每个空格填写一个单词。请将答案写在答题纸上相应的题号的横线上。 The modem Olympic Games were founded with the intention of improving health and education, promoting world peace and encouraging fair and equal competition. But over the years, the Olympic saying, “Faster, higher, stronger”, has pushed scientists as well as athletes to do everything possible to reach new levels. Doctors, engineers and coaches all use everything science can offer to achieve that little bit extra in competition. The reason modern technology has become part of sport is very simple: Winning is just as important as it was 2,500 years ago at the Olympics of ancient Greece. Development in technology has often been reflected in the methods of training and performance used at the Olympics through history. This technology falls into two main groups: improving an athlete’s performance in competition, and allowing results to be measured more accurately. One of the creations that have drawn the most attention is the new high-tech swimsuit from Speedo, which was used by most US swimmers in Athens. Until Sydney 2000, it was thought that the smaller the swimsuit, the faster the swimmer would travel. “However, the fact that at the Sydney Olympics, 28 of the 33 gold medallists were wearing the body covering Fastskin suit proved the theory was out of date,” said Andy Thomas, vice-president of Speedo. The company’s full body suit is supposed to make swimmers 3 to 4 percent faster, particularly when turning or diving into the water. It is believed that the suit creates less water resistance as it moves, behaving more like a shark skin than a human skin. The introduction of high-tech equipment means that athletes in all sports, from
the 100-metre sprint （短跑） to the pole vault （撑杆跳高） , can now train more effectively and nourish （给…以营养） their bodies better. Meanwhile, scientific development also means performances can be measured and studied far more accurately. Not only are winning times more accurately recorded, but cheating athletes are also easier to catch out. According to International Olympic Committee （IOC） requirements, two independent measuring systems should be used at all venues（比赛地点）. Athens 2004 organizers used only the very latest equipment to measure distance and speed. The （81） _____ The （83）________ Science can （84） _______ athletes’ Science can get results （88） performance. Winning is the High—tech swimsuit Athletes in most （82） _______ thing. ______ more accurately. Winning times
Cheating athletes can from Speedo can make all sports can be （90） swimmers 3 to 4 can train in a Be（89）_______ _______ caught out. percent faster and more effective more was （85）______ by 28 （87）_______ accurately. of the 33 gold medal （86）______ at the Sydney Olympics.
第六部分 书面表达（满分 20 分） 在学*生活和工作中，与人合作是非常重要的。请你根据下表中所提供的信息，写一篇 题为 “Cooperate with others”的英文演讲稿。 1. 在忙碌的、现代化的社会中，要想有效 地完成一项工作，我们必须学会与人合作。 2. 可以节省时间和精力。 3. 从合作者身上学到很多。 与喜欢的人合作 与谁合作 与不喜欢的人合作 心情愉快，一起分享工作中的快乐和痛苦 比较困难，但只要更多地关注我们的工作， 而不是合作者本人，时间长了，也会发现 他是一个很好相处的人。
请你发表自己的观点……（至少 2 点看法）
注意： 1．对所给要点，逐一陈述，适当发挥，不要简单翻译。 2．词数 150 左右。开头和结尾已经写好，不计入总数。 3．演讲稿中不得提及考生所在学校及本人姓名。 参考词汇：合作者 partner Good afternoon, everyone! The topic of my speech today is “Cooperate with others”. ____________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ Thank you for your listening!
一、听力 1-5 BBBAC 6-10 CCBBC 11-15 BCABC 16-20 BCACA 二、单项选择 21-25 BCCCC 26-30 CBBCC 31-35 BBABD 三、完形填空 36-40 BACAD 41-45 CDBBA 46-50 DBCAD 51-55 BAACC 四、阅读理解 56-58 ADC 59-62 DCBD 63-66 DCDA 67-70 CAAD 五、单词拼写 71．Representative 72．distinguished 73 ． dating 74． possessions 75．Recognition 76．located 77．smoothly 78．Strengthened 79．terms 80．occupied 六、任务型阅读 81．reason 82．important 83．fields 84．improve 85．worn 86．winners 87．way 88． measured 89．recorded 90．easily 七、书面表达 2 Good afternoon, everyone! 0 The topic of my speech today is “Cooperate with others”. 0 In this busy, modern world, if we want to complete our work effectively and 8 our partner, efficiently, we must all learn to cooperate with others. If we lose then we will fail. Cooperation can save us a lot of time and energy. 1 Additionally, 0 we can learn much from our partners by cooperating them. 0 we can share When we cooperate with someone we like, we will feel very happy. And 9 our pleasure and sadness with him. But it can be difficult to be cooperative with someone we dislike. In such a situation, we may focus on our work, instead of our partner. Perhaps in working together with him for a long time, we’ll learn that he is a man to get along well with. Even if this doesn’t happen, it’s still worth a try. How can we become a good partner? In my opinion, （we should try to listen to others’ opinions. If he makes mistakes, we also try to point them out. Thirdly, we mustn’t beat others to make them in unfavorable position） Thank you for your listening! 书面表达具体评分标准 本大题共 20 分。 1．在忙碌的、现代化的社会中，要想有效地完成一项工作，我们必须学会与人合作。 2．可以节省时间和精力。 3．从合作者身上学到很多。 4．与喜欢的人合作，心情愉快， 5．一起分享工作中的快乐和痛苦 6．与不喜欢的人合作, 比较困难， 7．但只要更多地关注我们的工作，而不是合作者本人， 8．时间长了，也会发现他是一个很好相处的人。
以上每小点 2 分，共 16 分 怎样做一个好的合作者（个人观点） 4 分 句型错误或漏点，扣 2 分 动词错误 扣 1 分 其余错误两处 扣 1 分 如书写不认真，扣 3 分 听力原材料 Text 1 W: Great changes have taken place in China in the last few years. It’s worth visiting China. M: Yes. And I am going to pay a third visit to China late this year. Text 2 M: Open wide. Let me see. Show me where it hurts. W: Here on the bottom. Especially when I bite into something hot or cold. Text 3 M: What are you going to do for your summer vacation? W: I’m going to travel with my friends in Asia. From Singapore to Japan. We plan to leave in Mid-July and return at the end of August. Text 4 M: How much are these textbooks and the notebooks? W: Let me see. $20 for one textbook and $2 for each notebook. There are three textbooks and five notebooks all together. Text 5 M: I would like to see Professor Brown as soon as possible. W: I’m sorry, the professor became ill on Monday. He’ll be back on Friday. Text 6 M: Hello, may I speak to Mrs. Brown? W: Sorry, mum isn’t in. Who’s that speaking? M: John Smith. I work in the same school as your mother. Could you tell me when she will be back? W: I’m not sure. She left for the bank haft an hour ago. Then she might go to the hospital. Shall I take a message for her? M: All right, please tell her to call me when she is back. I have something important to discuss with her. And my number is 8-55-33-2-99. W: Ok, so that’s 8-55-33-2-99. M: That’s correct. Thank you very much. W: You are welcome. Text 7 W: Hello, sir. So nice to see you. M: Hello, Li Ling. Glad to see you again. How are you getting on with your English studies now? Do you speak English after class as usual?
W: No, not a bit. I’ve spent nearly all my time on written English. As a result, I make mistakes as soon as I open my mouth. And I’m afraid of being laughed at. M: We all make mistakes and all learn from mistakes. Practice makes perfect. Only through practice can we learn English well. W: Thank you for your advice. Text 8 W: Did you watch television last night, Charles? M: Yes, I did. Was there anything that interested you, Laura? W: There was a good football game. Did you see it? M: No, I didn’t. I wanted to, but my wife preferred to see the old film. W: What a pity! It was quite exciting. Both teams played very well. M: How did it finish? W: It finished in a draw. What was the film like? M: It was quite good, but I missed the beginning of it because I had to eat first. W: Did your wife enjoy it? M: No, she didn’t. After half an hour she stopped watching and started to read a book. Text 9 M: Dr. Johnson’s office. Can I help you? W: Yes, it’s Mrs. Simpson here. I'd like to see the doctor as soon as possible. I’m having trouble with my back again. It’s just terrible at the moment. I can hardly sleep. M: Oh, I’m sorry to hear that, Mrs. Simpson. Let me see if I can get you in this afternoon. No, I’m sorry. It will have to be tomorrow, Tuesday the eleventh. I can give you an appointment at 10:00 A． m. W: Hmm. I do have other plans tomorrow. But, I guess I’ll just have to go to the doctor's instead. I’ll be there at 10: 00 tomorrow. Thank you. Text 10 Tom’s birthday is on March 15th. Two weeks before his birthday he was writing a letter to his aunt Rose when his mother came into his room. “What are you doing, Tom?” she asked. “I’m writing to aunt Rose.” Tom answered. Tom’s mother was very surprised because Tom never wrote letters to anyone. “Are you inviting her to your birthday party?” his mother asked. “No, I’m not,” said Tom. “ Aunt Rose never comes to my birthday parties.” “What have you written then?” his mother asked. “Will you read me the letter?” “All right, but I’ve written only two lines. I’ll read them to you. Listen!” Tom went on. “Dear aunt Rose, thank you very much for your birthday present. I hope. …” His mother stopped him and said, “But Tom, aunt Rose hasn’t sent you a birthday present, has she?”
“I know,” Tom answered. “I’m not thanking her for this year’s present. I’m thanking her for last year’s.”