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[高中外语] 给大家看看隔壁省某顶尖中学的高1卷子

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发表于 2018-10-8 09:55 | 显示全部楼层 |阅读模式
不提供答案,听力MP3也不提供。
大家只是看看难度,我觉得完全不比我们四校高一的卷子简单。人家平均分120分也是要100分多一点的。

2018学期期末考试
高一英语学科

第一部分:听力(共两节,满分20分)
第一节(共5小题;每小题1分,满分5
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. Whatis the woman going to do?
A.Have a coffee.                    B. Cleanher office.                  C. Attend ameeting.
2. Whatdoes the woman ask for?
A.A dress of different size.      B. A dressof better quality.      C. A dress of abright color.
3. Whatdoes the man want to do?
A.Borrow a ladder.                  B. Takehis leave.                     C. Cleanthe roof.
4. Whatwill the woman probably do next?
A.Go to the man’s place.
B.Call the Hillsboro Hotel.
C.Reserve an exhibition hall.
5.Where are the speakers?
A.At home.                          B. In a museum.                    C. In the city square.
第二节(15小题;每小题1分,满分15)
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7题。
6. Whyhas the man hardly seen the woman lately?
A.She had a traffic accident.
B.She moved to another place.
C.She is working unusual hours.
7.Where does the conversation take place?
A.In an office.                  B. At a busstop.                C. In an apartment.
听下面一段对话,回答第8至第10题。
8. Whatdoes the man have to do now?
A.Plan a trip.                    B. Lookfor a job.         C. Make a decision.
9. Whatdoes the woman think of the journey to South America?
A.Dangerous.                   B. Exciting.                       C. Expensive.
10.What advice does the woman give to the man?
A.Going abroad.              B. Staying athome.           C. Opening a bookstore.
听下面一段对话,回答第11至第13题。
11. Whatis the radio program for?
A.Sharing personal feelings.         
B.Discussing language skills.
C.Promoting community service.
12.What is the second point Prof. Sheffield mentioned?
A.To give details and facts.     B. Tointroduce main ideas.     C. To concludethe article.
13.What makes an excellent article according to Prof. Sheffield?
A.Formal language.            B.Detailed facts.                  C.Personal style.
听下面一段对话,回答第14至第17题。
14.What are the speakers mainly talking about?
A.A summer job.                     B. Abirthday party.                  C. A foodcompany.
15.What does the man’s company do?
A.Design furniture.             B. Organize concerts.            C. Offer foodservices.
16.What will the man do before the party?
A.Set tables.                            B.Cook food.                           C.Play music.
17.What does the woman think of the man’s work?
A.Difficult.                          B. Interesting.                            C. Valuable.
听下面一段独白,回答第18至第20题。
18.What do the Hoffmans do for a living?
A.They are gardeners.             B. Theysell vegetables.           C. They run aguesthouse.
19. Howmuch direct sunshine do tomato plants actually need every day?
A.Five hours.                          B.Eight hours.                     C. Twelve hours.
20. Whydo Irish potatoes grow better in the shade?
A.They have deeper roots.  B. They havewider leaves.   C. They have biggerflowers.

第二部分:基础知识运用(共两节,满分35分)
第一节单项填空(共15小题;每小题1, 满分15分)
21.When the spaceship traveled above, new-looking earth appeared before us,_____earth that we had neverseen before.
A. a;the            B. a; an             C. the; the           D. the; an
22. Inmodern education, I think, students should be involved in various activities,especially______ ________ they can gain experience for growth.
A. the one what           B. those where              C. one which            D. that that
23.The family with the aim of travelling by plane ________ more than four timeswhat it was several years ago.
     A. have increased                        B. has increased      
C.were increasing                               D. was increasing
24.News came from the headquarters of the UN _____ China had suggested to protectthe environment was strongly supported by the developing countries.
A. which what        B. what that          C. that that          D. that what
25.Instead of making choices for their children, liberal parents usually say, “ Gowhere you __________ . ”
A.will               B. should             C. can            D. must
26. We watched the harbour and then the coastline______into the morning mist.
A. turnaway          B. fade away          C. wear away      D. break away
27. Shethinks the Oscar-winning film The Girlwith the Dragon Tattoo is so wonderful a hit _______ most film fans arecrazy about , _____________?
A.that; isn’t it                              B. as; isn’t it        
C.that; doesn’t she                          D. as; doesn’t she
28.For the first time since 1989, failed seasonal rains ________ to seriouslydried out areas, leaving more than 10 million people ___________ emergency aid.
A.have led ; needing                        B. leads ; to need   
C. hadled ; needed                           D.led; need
29. Thekeeper of the spring cleared away the leaves and branches, and wiped away thesilt(淤泥) thatwould ___________ have choked and polluted the fresh flow of water.
A. entirely          B. otherwise          C. therefore         D. later
30. Everybody tried to_____________ to those affected by therecent earthquake.
A. setout          B. reach out           C. let out           D. pour out
31. Atthe ancient Olympics, all men, _________ had to compete wearing no clothes;while single women took part in their own separate competition, a festival_______ Hera, the wife of Zeus.
A. intradition; in favour of                 B. by principle; in celebration of
C. bytradition; in honour of                 D. in order; in memory of
32. This material ______, so be careful when you wear it.
  A. is torn easily     B. is torn easy          C. tears easy       D. tears easily
33.Science fiction is probably the only genre(体裁) ___________ anything canhappen. From cities in space to robots __________ Earth, the future is never adull place in science fiction novels or movies.
   A. in which; to take over                      B. to which; to take over                  
C. to which; taking over                       D. in which ; taking over
34. ---Sorry for the interruption, but would you mind if Itook this seat?
---_______________. It’s not occupied at all.
A. By all means                                           B. With pleasure
C. Not in the least                                         D. Don’t mention it
35. ---Many people said that theywere thinking of changing jobs.
   ---But in reality, theyhave to seriously consider the pros and cons before actually ________.
   A. going bananas                        B. missing the bus   
C. jumping ship                         D. facing the music

第二节:完型填空:(共20小题,每小题1分,满分20分)
Mymother is the sweetest person you would ever want to meet. She was alwaysbright and selfless. She is also someone whose   36   is being damaged and whose identity is beinglost slowly because of Alzheimer’s disease (阿尔茨海默症). For me, it is a slow letting go and a   37   process. Although she couldn’t   38   herself, she at least still knew her immediatefamily. I knew the day would come when that, too, would   39   and finally, about two-and-a-half years ago,that day came.
Myparents would visit us almost daily and we would have a pleasant time, but oneday there was a   40   missing. My mother no longer   41   me as her daughter. She would tell my father“Oh, they are such nice people.” Telling her I was her daughter made no   42   at all. When I would hug her good-bye, I wouldclose my eyes and   43   that this was my mother from years ago. Iwould   44   every familiar feeling I have known for 36years—her warm comforting body, and the soft, sweet smell that was hers alone.Every day, I prayed (祈祷) forher.
Onelate summer afternoon, my prayers were   45   and I was taken by surprise. My parents wereoutside in the garden when my mother suddenly jumped up   46   she had been hit by lightning. She ran intothe kitchen, grabbed me gently from behind and   47   me around. With a sparkle (闪光) in her eyes, she  48 asked me if it was true, wasI her baby? Tears welling up, I said, yes, it was true. We hugged and cried andneither of us wanted to   49   this magical moment. I knew it could disappearas quickly as it came. She said she always felt a   50   to me and that I was nice, but that it hadcome to her suddenly that I was her child. We felt   51  .I took this   52   from God and savored (享受) it, even if itwere to last just for that moment. We had a special connection again.
  53   my mother’s condition has continued to worsen,she remembers who I am and it has been a year since that   54   afternoon. A month ago when we had anothervisitor, she started stroking my hair and told them   55  ,“Did you know that she was my baby?”
36. A.hearing                           B. brain                       C. liver                            D. eyesight
37. Anatural                         B. quick                       C. harmful                D. painful
38. A.complain about              B. worry about            C. care for                D. speak for
39. A.begin                          B. improve                  C. occur                    D. change
40. A.position                  B. connection                C. reality                   D.personality
41. A.described                   B. pictured                   C. knew                    D. valued
42. A.mistakes                     B. difference                 C. decisions              D.progress
43. A.consider                     B. regret                      C. doubt                   D. imagine
44. A.think over                  B. drink in                   C. deal with              D. keep up
45. A.gone                           B.said                         C. dismissed             D. answered
46. A.so that                        B.now that                  C. as if                      D. even if
47. A.turned                        B.showed                   C. followed              D. kept
48. A.thankfully                  B.patiently                  C. tearfully               D. curiously
49. A.let go of              B. get away with         C. look back on    D. break away from
50. A.distance                      B.duty                        C. closeness              D. devotion
51. A.joy                             B.confusion                C. enthusiasm           D. embarrassment
52. A.belief                          B.gift                          C. signal                   D. reward
53. A.Since                          B.As                           C. Until                    D. Although
54. A.sweet                         B.busy                        C. peaceful               D. ordinary
55. A.proudly                      B.calmly                     C. mildly                  D. carefully  

第三部分:阅读理解(共15小题;每小题2分,满分30分)
A
  
Playa  la Audiencia, Manzanillo
  
Playa La  Audiencia is one of the most popular beaches in Manzanillo for families and  one of the best beach spots along Mexico’s Pacific coast. Playa La Audiencia  is a stunning little beach with a golden shoreline which overlooks the bay  and offers great conditions for swimming, diving, and other cool water sports  such as jet-skiing and kayaking. If you are a diving enthusiast, you’ll  definitely love spending time in Playa La Audiencia since its waters are  shallow, calm and filled with rocks covered with corals.
  
  
Playa  Brujas, Mazatlan
  
Playa Brujas is  probably one of the best surfing spots in Mazatlan. Playa Brujas is located  20 minutes’ drive from the heart of Mazatlan and it’s a popular spot among local  surfers. If you are a surfer looking to hit some waves along the west coast  of Mexico, you’ll find Playa Brujas a very good spot to visit since Brujas  possesses satisfactory waves all year round.
  
  
North  Beach, Isla Mujeres
  
North Beach is  one of the nicest beaches in Isla Mujeres and it’s one of Mexico’s finest  beaches in the Yucatan Peninsula. North Beach boasts a nice stretch of beach  with white-powdery sand, warm turquoise waters and great diving spots.
  
The best bit  about North Beach besides its private location is that the beach is just  minutes away by boat from Cancun, so you’re never too far from Cancun’s  tourist attractions such as Wet n’ Wild Paterpark and Xplor Eco Park, where  you can enjoy caving adventures and zip-line rides.
  
  
Xpu  Ha Beach
  
Xpu Ha Beach is  located roughly between Tulum and Playa del Carmen and it is a nice spot for  relaxing under the sun, walking and horseback riding. Xpu Ha is located along  the stunning Riviera Maya and unlike other beaches along the Mexican Riviera,  Xpu Ha beach boasts a subtle beach club atmosphere. Xpu Ha Beach isn’t as  busy as Mamita’s beach club but it still possesses cool beach clubs, a rental  shop and a hotel.
  
56.Which of thefollowing is true according to the passage?
       A. Playa Brujas is close to Mazatlan andlies along the east coast of Mexico
       B. North Beach is the finest beach in theYucatan Peninsula for its private location
       C. Tourists can rent some equipment atXpu Ha Beach, which is as busy as others
       D. When a couple choose a beach withchildren, Playa la Audiencia is their best choice
57.If someone hasappreciation for horseback riding, he or she should go to.
       A. North Beach     B. Playa la Audiencia           C.  Xpu Ha Beach  D. Playa Brujas
B
Athome and at work, invisible radio waves from dozens of wireless networks arerunning through your space and body. It’s reasonable to worry about what effectall that wireless energy might have on your health.
Butwhile the wireless equipment is becoming popular recently, the kind ofradiation they produce has been carefully examined for decades, says JohnMoulder, a professor from the Medical College of Wisconsin. In 2013, Moulderwrote a report about the existing health research on Wi-Fi. Like your mobilephone, Wi-Fi routers(路由器)sendand receive information using radio waves, he says.
Theresearch on radio waves and human health goes back at least to the 1950s, whenthere were concerns about Navy servicemen being exposed(暴露)to powerfulshipboard radar(雷达). “Wehave 50 or 60 years of research into the kind of radiation connected withWi-Fi,” Moulder says.
Fosterwas Moulder’s partner on that 2013 report of Wi-Fi's health effects. He saysthat, based on our understanding of radio wave strengths and risks, worldhealth organizations have set safety standards for all the equipment that givesoff radio waves—from phones to microwaves.
Butsome experts have more concerns about the types of weak radiation our wirelessequipment produces. “We have animal studies suggesting even low-level exposuresto the kind of radio wave radiation connected with Wi-Fi could have variousnegative health effects,” says Joel Moskowitz, a professor from the Universityof California.
Earlierthis year, an animal study found heavy exposures to cell phone radiation辐射 increased rats’risks for some brain and heart problems. But many of these animal studiesare “all over the place” in their design quality, Foster says. Animalresearch often does not translate to humans. Also, many of the experiments arequite worrying, for the levels of radiation that the tested animals receivedare far greater than what people suffer when using mobile phones or wirelessnetworks.
Moskowitzdoesn’t disagree with Moulder. But he says the amount of radio wave radiationpeople receive today is different, and this raises new concerns. When it comesto our long-term, increasing exposures to all our wireless equipment, “we’reflying blind,” he says.
Ofcourse, trying to avoid radio wave exposure is more or less impossible if youlive in modern society. Moskowitz advises keeping wireless equipment away fromyour body and turning off wireless networks when they’re not in use. While anyhealth risks are yet to be proved, “I think trying to minimize exposure is thebest advice at this point,” Moskowitz adds.
58.What can be inferred from what John Moulder and Kenneth Foster say?
A.The study of Wi-Fi dates back to the 1950s.
B.People take risks when using phones and microwaves.
C.There is no need to worry about the use of Wi-Fi.
D.Navy servicemen near radar were in great danger.
59.What does the underlined sentence in Paragraph 6 suggest?

A.Many studies on animals can be seen here and there.
B.The design quality of animal research is far from scientific.
C.The conditions set for animal studies are similar to those of humans.
D.Human beings suffer from stronger radiation than the tested animals.
60.What’s Moskowitz’s attitude towards the use of wireless equipment?
A.Cautious.                        B.Uncaring.               C. Positive.                 D. Curious.
C
       Why not write in a foreign language? Ifpeople feel free to choose their profession, their religion, and even theirsex, why not just decide which language you want to write? Ever since Jhumpapublished In Other Words in Italian, people have been asking me, “Why don’t youwrite in Italian, Tim? After all, you’ve been in the country 35 years. Whatkeeps you tied to English?” Is it just a question of economic convenience?
       Certainly economics can be important. Itwas the factor that pushed Conrad to abandon his Polish mother tongue. If it isnot possible to publish at home, or to publish there as one would wish topublish, then one is likely to go elsewhere. And if to publish elsewhere onehas to change language, then some authors are willing to take that step.
       Something of the same logic has drivenmany writers from Africa, Asia to write in French and English in recent years.There is also the fact that people in Europe and the West are interested in thecountries they grew up in. Just as in the nineteenth century, novelists likeThomas Hardy could “sell” their familiarity with peasant life to a middle-classmetropolitan public, so these writers have interested us with stories thatmight seem common in their home countries.
       There is also a real internationalism inthe decision to change language. If you have “a message” and if English is thelanguage that offers maximum spread, then it would seem appropriate to use it.
       All these make sense. Critics tend to payattention only to those who have made a success of writing in a new language.In April 2014, a New York Times article essentially listed young literary starswho had switched to writing in the main Western languages. At this point, thenative English speaker almost begins to feel at a disadvantage for having beenborn into the dominant culture. Should we perhaps head for Paris, like Beckettor Jonathan Littell, just to be between two worlds? Or look for something moreexotic(异国的) andhave ourselves translated back into English afterward? However, one fact isthat changing languages doesn’t always work.
       I did write a novel in Italian. But afterrereading it, I decided against it. My work lost power with the switch oflanguage. My real subject matter still had to do with England and it was to myhome culture that my books were addressed. The second language never seems tomean quite as much as the first. In any event, after my early experiment, Inever went back to write in Italian. Changing language is not the only way tobring energy to your writing.
61.The authorwrites the first paragraph to.
       A. explain why he writes in English                           B. provide backgroundinformation
       C. stress the importance of English                                   D. introducethe topic of this passage
62.Why are somewriters willing to write in a foreign language?
A. A new language may offer a widerreadership
B. They have published a lot of works athome
C. Their works are uncommon in their owncountries
D. They want to be accepted by middleclass
63.What can weinfer from the passage?
       A. Native English writers are at adisadvantage for writing in English
       B. Writers can’t be entirely separatedfrom their own culture and language
       C. Writers should write in a foreignlanguage to draw critics’ attention
       D. Any writer can succeed with the switchof a new language
64.Which of thefollowing can be the best title for the passage?
       A. Write in a foreign language                                    
B. Publish at home
       C. Write in mother tongue                                          
D. Change languageto bring energy
D
I cheated on a unit test in math class this morningduring second period with Mr Burke Afterward, I was too sick to eat lunch justthinking about it.
I came straight home from school, went to my room, andlay on the floor trying to decide whether it would be better to run away fromhome now or after supper. Mostly I wished I was dead. It wasn’t even anaccident that I cheated.
Yesterday Mr. Burke announced there’d be a unit test andanyone who didn’t pass would have to come to school on Saturday, mostparticularly me. Since I didn’t pass the last unit test, I did plan to studyjust to prove to him that I’m plenty smart, which I am, mostly - except inmath.
Anyway, I got my desk ready to study on. Just when I wasready to work, Nicho came into my room with our new rabbit and it jumped on mydesk and knocked the flashcards all over the floor. What a mess! Nicho and Ifinally took the rabbit outside but then Philip came to my room and also Martyfrom next door and before long it was dinner.
After dinner my father said I could watch a special ontelevision if I’d done all my homework. Of course I said I had. That was thebeginning. I felt terrible telling my father a lie about the homework. It wasnine o’clock when I got up to my room and that was too late to study for theunit test so I lay in my bed with the light off and decided what I would do thenext day when I was in Mr. Burke’s math class not knowing the 8- and 9-timestables. So, you see, the cheating was planned after all.
The next day, I’d go into class as usual, acting likethings were going just great. I’d sit down next to Stanley Plummer - he is sosmart in math it makes you sick, and from time to time, I’d glance over at hispaper to copy the answers. Everything was okay except that my stomach wasupside down and I wanted to die.
The fact is that I couldn’t believe what I’d done in coldblood. I began to wonder about myself. I’ve never been a wonderful kid thateverybody in the world loves. I have a bad temper and I like to have my own wayand I argue a lot. Sometimes I can be mean. But most of the time I’ve thoughtof myself as a pretty decent(正直)kid. Mostly I work hard, I care for little kids, and I tell the truth. Now allof a sudden I’ve turned into this criminal. It’s hard to believe I’m just aboy. And all because of one stupid math test.
Lying on the floor of my room, I begin to think thatprobably I’ve been bad all along. It just took this math test to clinch it. I’llprobably never tell the truth again. I tell my mother I’m sick when she callsme to come down for dinner. She doesn’t believe me, but puts me to bed anyhow.I lie there in the early winter darkness wondering what terrible thing I’ll bedoing next when my father comes in and sits down on my bed.
“What’s the matter?” he asks.
“I’ve got a stomachache,” I say. Luckily, it’s too darkto see his face.
“Is that all?”
“Yeah.”
“Mommy says you’ve been in your room since school.”
“I was sick there too,” I say.
“She thinks something happened today and you’re upset.”
That’s the thing that really drives me crazy about mymother. She knows things sitting inside my head the same as if I was turnedinside out.
“Well,” my father says.
I can tell he doesn’t believe me. “My stomach is feelingsort of upset.” I hedge.
“Okay,” he says and he pats my leg and gets up.
Just as he shuts the door to my room I call out to him ina voice I don’t even recognize as my own. “How come?” he calls back notsurprised or anything, so I tell him I cheated on this math test. To tell thetruth, I’m pretty much surprised at myself. I didn’t plan to tell him anything.
He doesn’t say anything at first and that just aboutkills me. I’d be fine if he’d spank me or something. And then he says I’ll haveto call Mr. Burke. It’s not what I had in mind. “Now?” I ask surprised. “Now,”he says. He turns on the light and pulls off my covers. “I’m not going to,” Isay.
But I do it. I call Mr. Burke, and I tell him exactlywhat happened, even that I decided to cheat the night before the test. He saysI’ll come on Saturday to take another test, which is okay with me, and I thankhim a whole lot for being understanding and all.
“Today I thought I was turning into a criminal,” I tellmy father when he turns out my light.
Sometimes my father kisses me good night and sometimes hedoesn’t. I never know. But tonight he does.
65. What directly led the author to cheat onthe math test?
A. He wanted to prove to Mr. Burke thathe was plenty smart.
B. The test was much more difficult than heexpected.
C. He hated to come to school on Saturday ifhe should fail.
D.He had wasted the whole evening just before the test.
66. After the author cheated on the mathtest, he felt________.
A. disturbed       B. pleased               C. frightened                     D. excited
67. Before the cheating, the author thoughtthat _______.
A. he was as good as gold                B. he was an upright child butnot perfect
C. he was a boy that everyone loved              D. he was a bad boy in everything
68. The author thinks his mother often driveshim crazy because _______.
A. she always pushes him too much               B.she doesn’t care for him actually
C. she always reports all to his father             D. she always has hisnumber
69. After being informed of what he had done,the father_______.
A. scolded the author severely                        B.didn’t say anything and left
C. let the author contact Mr. Burke        D. called Mr. Burke immediately               
70. What does the passage mainly talk about?
   A. Dishonestycomes before disgrace (耻辱)         
B. A quiet conscience sleeps in thunder
C. The skeleton (骨架) will one day fall out of the closet.
D. Like father, like son.

第四部分:任务型阅读(共10小题;每小题1分,满分10分)
请阅读下面短文,并根据所读内容在文章后表格中的空格里填八一个最恰当的单词。
注意:每个空格只填一个单词。
   Today, getting information is as easy asopening a browser on your computer or phone, typing in a question and waiting ananosecond for a long list of links to load. Figuring out which site isbelievable and which is not takes time. Verifying(核实) that informationisn’t impossible, though. In fact, it’s what every good journalist does daily.Students and other non-journalists can also do it.
   Good reporters are always on the lookout fornew information or new interpretations of existing data. To verify a new claim,they contact experts on the topic. In journalism, such experts are known as “sources”.This may be a scientist who discovered something new in the lab. Or it could bethe person who saw the crime happen. The more strange or controversial thatsome claim is, the more sources a reporter may need to contact.
   Some things are relatively easy to source.If you want to see who won a ballgame, consult the scoreboard. But few thingsare as black and white as who won a ballgame. For example, if there’s a forestfire, how do you know where it started, when and how? You can ask governmentofficials, but they may not know. You can talk to people who were near the fireshortly after it started.  But unlesssomeone spotted the ignition(起火) asthe fire happened, they may never know for sure. They may simply offerspeculation(推测).Saying something “might have ”or “probably” started that fire isn’t a fact. Soyou would have to qualify any statement about the fire’s origins.
   I describe such qualifiers as “weasel words”.These words include “might”, “could have”, “was likely to have been”, etc.Whenever something isn’t known for sure, journalists will use weasel words.They are a sign of good journalists, who never blow claims up to readers.
   How do I know whether such weasel words arenecessary? When I consider a claim from a scientist, I ask a number ofquestions: Did he collect the data personally? Did he publish the data in arespected peer-reviewed journal? How strong are the statistics behind hisfindings? If I can get an original paper in which the findings were published,I might check for the answers. But I’m not an expert, so I often turn tooutside experts for help. I’ll ask them to look at the paper and give me theircomments.
   Good reporting is time-consuming and can becostly. If the news you’re reading is free on the web, consider what that maymean. Some blogs and even news sites are authored by unpaid writers, many ofwhom don’t receive any training in reporting. Their reports cannot provide thedepth and care that a professional journalist would have employed to check thefacts.
   Overall, journalists question and doubteverything, and you should too. That’s acting like a journalist.
  
Fact checking: how  to think like a journalist
  
  
Introduction
  
●   Having easy (71)  ______ to information cannot guarantee that all information is believable.
  
●   It’s (72) ______ to  verify information in a way that good journalists do every day.
  
Strategies
  
●   Consult experts on  the topic, such as a scientist who made some new discoveries in the lab, or  the (73) ______ to a crime.
  
●   Keep in mind that  not everything is easy to (74) ______, so be honest about the situation  instead of (75) _______ claims up.
  
●   To verify a claim  from a scientist, check the (76) ______ paper and ask outside experts to (77)  _______ on the paper.
  
●   Generally, don’t  (78) ______ the news written by unpaid writers since they are usually (79)  _______.
  
Summary
  
Be (80) _______ about everything just as journalists  are.

第五部分:书面表达(25’)
【写作内容】
   1.每年成千上万的中学生去美国、英国、澳大利亚等国家参与短期的海外游 学项目(short-termoverseas programs.)
   2.谈谈你对去国外游学的看法。(请明确表达你的观点,并至少用两个理由说明)
   3.对缺乏资金的学生,提出你的建议
【写作要求】
   1. 以约150字写一篇短文
   2. 作文中不能出现真实姓名和学校名称




 楼主| 发表于 2018-10-8 10:00 | 显示全部楼层
这个卷子我们做了一下,最难的是倒数第二问的填写单词,连首字母都没有
发表于 2018-10-8 10:00 | 显示全部楼层
确实够难的啊
发表于 2018-10-8 11:04 来自手机浏览器 | 显示全部楼层
单词量不局限于大纲吧,这个难度很大了。阅读题好难。
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发表于 2018-10-8 11:08 | 显示全部楼层
隔壁省的顶尖高中,如果是南外、杭外、镇海什么的就不奇怪了,
这都不比上中、华二差啊
发表于 2018-10-8 11:15 来自手机浏览器 | 显示全部楼层
确实很难~~~~
发表于 2018-10-8 12:25 | 显示全部楼层
填写单词那个真的好难
这样一看,首字母填空就不算难了
发表于 2018-10-8 13:01 | 显示全部楼层
再怎么减负,大家英语千万不要自动减负,要吃药的。要更重视才是正确的选择。
发表于 2018-10-8 13:07 来自手机浏览器 | 显示全部楼层
路过学习一下

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发表于 2018-10-8 13:57 | 显示全部楼层
本帖最后由 小李子 于 2018-10-8 14:39 编辑

倒数第二大题,其实说难也不难,好好阅读那篇文章,很多词可以在文章中找到或启发到。
71:sources(来源,信息源,渠道),文中出现了这个关键词。其实我认为用ways也可以。
72:necessary(有必要的),其实文中出现过。
73:witness(目击者),文中出现了解释这个词的一句话,你找到了吗?
74:verify(核实),合格记者的素养就是核实任何信息。
75:blowing(blow的v-ing形式,吹制,吹风,鼓吹,跟up搭配),文中原句就有blow claims up。
76:official(官方的,正式的),official paper就是官方文件。我看用authoritative也未尝不可。
77:comment(评价,评论),文中出现过此词。如果仅仅从意思上来说,用write,confirm也通,但这里我觉得还是用comment最符合题意。
78:believe(相信,轻信),文中也出现过。用turst我认为也可以,差别不大。
79:unprofessional(不专业的,不职业的),很显然,文中强调记者的专业性,费时费钱,出现了professional一词,那对那些unpaid writers来说,作者表达的就是他们的不专业性。
80:doubtful(怀疑的,质疑的,doubt的adj.形式),同样很显然,我们要以怀疑的眼光对待记者的报道,文中也出现过doubt一词。为啥不用doubtable,因为它的意思的“令人怀疑的”,跟doubtful主体对象不一样。

拙见,请指正。
 楼主| 发表于 2018-10-8 14:12 | 显示全部楼层
本草纲目 发表于 2018-10-8 11:08
隔壁省的顶尖高中,如果是南外、杭外、镇海什么的就不奇怪了,
这都不比上中、华二差啊

都不是。

其实,我想说的是,大家对于上海的英语也不要太蜜汁自信。
我们不必妄自菲薄,但是也不要骄傲自大。万一将来全国统考,我们要问一句-你做好准备了吗?

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老大你看10楼我的答案,批改一下。  发表于 2018-10-8 14:32
 楼主| 发表于 2018-10-8 15:01 | 显示全部楼层
小李子 发表于 2018-10-8 13:57
倒数第二大题,其实说难也不难,好好阅读那篇文章,很多词可以在文章中找到或启发到。
71:sources(来源 ...

首先,我不知道这个高中的批改的严厉程度,是否和我们中考的首字母一样,只要不是标准答案就肯定是错误的。所以下列文字只是代表该校的标准答案,不代表这个题目的标准答案(中国式英语考试和老外的不同,学长肯定也知道)。

71. 正确答案是access,我们家的写了ways错了
72. 正确答案是possible
73. witness. 答对了
74. source
75. blowing 答对了
76. original
77. comment 答对了
78. 正确答案是bilieve和trust都可以,所以也答对了
79. untrained
80.doubtful 答对了

综上所述,答对了一半...

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本帖最后由 小李子 于 2018-10-8 15:11 编辑
qianfan 发表于 2018-10-8 15:01
首先,我不知道这个高中的批改的严厉程度,是否和我们中考的首字母一样,只要不是标准答案就肯定是错误的 ...

看来还是没有仔细研读和推敲。但我觉得有几个还是值得商榷。71用access用的好,倒是一时没想到这个词。74题source用作动词的确好像更恰当。
不过真是献丑了。疏于操练了。
发表于 2018-10-8 19:14 | 显示全部楼层
我觉得还行,不是特别难
发表于 2018-10-8 21:09 | 显示全部楼层
access这个词是高纲手册里a行非常重要的单词,去年杨浦一摸阅读也是出来这个have access to 的结构。
发表于 2018-10-12 10:51 | 显示全部楼层
进来学习了
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本帖最后由 shwen 于 2018-10-12 11:47 编辑

我们刚刚月考,满分140分,班级均分只有83,班级最高104,年级最高115,听说难度在4-6级之间,考倒一大片
发表于 2018-10-12 20:42 | 显示全部楼层
填写单词那个真的好难
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 楼主| 发表于 2018-10-12 22:13 | 显示全部楼层
shwen 发表于 2018-10-12 11:02
我们刚刚月考,满分140分,班级均分只有83,班级最高104,年级最高115,听说难度在4-6级之间,考倒一大片 ...

前辈是四校高二的吧,即使是平行班,4-6之间的平均分就83还不及格也偏低啊

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嗯,考的确实不好,据说题目比较怪。  发表于 2018-10-15 09:42
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