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短文改错dearmadam篇一:淮北市2017届高三第一次模拟考试英语参考答案

淮北市2017届高三第一次模拟考试

英语参考答案

第一部分 听力(共两节,满分30分)

1. A2. C3. C4. B 5. A6. A7. C8. B9. C10. C

11. B 12. A 13. B 14. A15. B 16. B 17. B 18. C 19. A 20. B

第二部分 阅读理解(共两节,满分40分)

第一节(共15小题;每小题2分,满分30分)

21. A 22. C 23. B 24. D 25. B 26. A 27. C 28. D 29. B 30. A

31. B 32. C 33. B 34. A 35. D

第二节(共5小题;每小题2分,满分10分)

36. E 37. G 38. B 39. D 40. F

第三部分 英语知识运用(共两节,满分45分)

第一节完形填空(共20小题;每小题1.5分,满分30分)

41. B 42. C 43. D 44. B 45. A 46. D 47. C 48. D 49. A 50. B

51. D 52. C 53. A 54. B 55. C 56. A 57. B 58. A 59. D 60. C

第二节(共10小题;每小题1.5分,满分15分)

61. disturbing 62. harder 63. an 64. or65. especially

66. That67. fixed68. sleepy 69. affects 70. where

第四部分改错与写作(共两节,满分35分)

第一节短文改错(共10小题;每小题1分,满分10分)

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第二节书面表达(共1小题;满分25分)

参考范文

Dear Nelson,

I’m happy to hear from you. In your letter, you expressed deep care and concern towards me,

which makes me so thankful. Here I’d like to share with you my present situation of study and life

as well as my future plan. With the college entrance examination approaching, I’m studying much harder than ever

before and rapid progress has been made in most of my subjects. But meanwhile,some problems

still exist. What disturbs me most is that years of math study hasn’t seen much progress regardless

of my great efforts in it. Besides, with too much homework every day, I can’t get enough sleep or

afford exercise. How I miss the time spent on the playground!

However, never will I forget my dream---to study in a top university in Beijing. So I am to

face all hardships and keep on moving. Also, I’ll try to balance my study and exercise so that I

can achieve my dream with a healthy body.

Best wishes!

Yours,

Li Hua

听力材料:

Text 1

M: That's a nice bike. Is it new?

W: No. I got it almost one year ago, at that time it was two years second hand. But it's still in good

condition.

Text2

M: Miss Wu, can I have a day off tomorrow?

W: Actually, I’d rather you didn’t.

M: Then, is it all right if I go home early tomorrow afternoon?

W: That will be OK.

Text 3

W: Hello! Is that Mr. Black? I need to get two tins of green paint immediately.

M: I’m afraid you have the wrong number. This is 496543.

W: Oh, I’m sorry. I want 495643.

Text 4

W: Pass me the flour, please.

M: Which tin is it in?

W: The one at the end of the shelf. It’s slightly smaller than the others.

M: Oh, right.

Text 5

W: What have you got over there?

M: Two books in French and one book in German.

W: I didn’t know you speak French.

M: I don’t. I’m just looking at the pictures.

Text 6

M:So what happened,madam?

W:Well,I saw this old man.He was kind of holding his bag like this.He just left the bank and I was still queuing up to collect my money,but I was near the door.Now this young man came running past him and tried to get the bag.

M:And they both fell down?

W:Yeah,and the young man ran away,and the poor old man fell on the sidewalk,still holding his bag tightly.And we managed to help him up.Now can I go back in to collect my money? M:Would you mind coming with us,madam?We need more information.

Text 7

W: Hey, did you read the article in today’s school newspaper?

M: No, I’ve been studying all morning.What’s so exciting?

W: Well, this September, the school is going to have its own radio program.

M: Oh, really? I hope that means we’ll have more popular music to hear now.

W: Actually, I don’t know if I would get so excited. The article said that there would be programs on all sorts of music as well as discussion and teaching programs.

M: Too bad. It sounds as though there won’t be much time for good music.

W: The station is going to be on all day and all night without stopping. So I’m sure it will satisfy all kinds of tastes.

M: I certainly hope so. At least it’s better than nothing.

Text 8

M: Excuse me for not coming to class tomorrow.

W: You missed the class last week, too. You've missed a lot of lessons already. I think you should work a little harder to make up for them.

M: Yes, I will, Miss Smith.

W: Why can't you attend my class tomorrow?

M: My grandfather is seriously ill and my family is going to visit him in the hospital tomorrow. W: It seems to be an excuse. All right, you are excused. By the way, which hospital has your grandfather been in?

M: St. George’s hospital.

W: That’s interesting. It has been closed for repairing the building for the past two months.Tony Banks, you are trying to cut my class again. You’re coming to my class tomorrow and staying after class for extra work.

Text 9

W: Hi, Eric! You went to a concert last night, didn’t you?

M: Yes, I went with my sister.

W: How did you like the concert?

M: Wonderful, indeed. Many famous singers both from home and abroad sang at the concert. It was called “Saving the Children”.

W: What does it mean?

M: The concert was held to collect money for poor children in Africa. Many children are homeless and they don’t have enough food.

W: That’s quite true, but I think it is necessary for all the governments to do something about the problem.

M: I agree with you. But it’s also important to make all people pay attention to it.

W: That’s it.

Text 10

There are many things to consider when you are looking for a house, whether you intend to buy or only to rent. After all, it is going to be your home, perhaps for quite a long time, and you want to be happy with it. You have to decide exactly what kind of house you want, how much you can afford to pay, and the type of neighborhood you wish to live in.

Last week I arranged to see a house that was for sale.

The agent said it might need a few repairs, but he thought we should look at it anyway. He told me it was a bargain. Some bargain! The roof leaked and the pumps didn’t work. The front steps were broken and the back door had no lock on it. It needed to be painted both inside and outside. It was in terrible condition.

“What do you think?” the agent asked.

“It isn’t exactly what I want,” I told him.

“You are very difficult to please.” he said. “Perhaps you’d better build a house yourself.”

短文改错dearmadam篇二:2015届高三年级第二次四校联考英语答案

四校联考英语答案

听力材料

(Text 1)

W: Oh, dear. I wish we had taken the life.

M: If I had known it was so far, I wouldn’t have suggested walking.

(Text 2)

W: You won’t be able to get to the airport in time to catch that plane at six o’clock. M: I realize that now. I’ll have to get my ticket changed.

(Text 3)

M: I bought this suit as a gift last week but have just discovered that it is the wrong size. So I want to return it.

W: No problem.

(Text 4)

M: Did you listen to the weather report this morning, Helen?

W: Yeah, it says we are going to have a wet weekend. We may get some very rain in the mountain areas.

M: That means we can’t go hiking and we will have

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to stay in.

(Text 5)

M: Excuse me, Madam?

W: How long can I keep the book?

W: For one month. Please make sure you return the book before it’s due.

(Text 6)

M: I’m starting to get worried. I can’t seem to find my wallet. Have you seen it?

W: It might be on your desk. Have you checked?

M: Yes, It’s not there. I’ve looked all around the house and I can’t find it.

W: Do you think it could be at one of the stores you went to this morning?

M: That’s what I’m starting to think.

W: So what was the last store you went to?

M: Let me see … It was the supermarket. I guess I must have left it there.

W: Well, you’d better give the supermarket a call.

M: OK. I will.

(Text 7)

M: Hello. Lisa. We’re doing a survey of our customers. How often do you come to the club? W: Three times a week, usually.

M: Can you run ten kilometers in an hour on the running machire?

W: Oh no. I can’t. Maybe 8 kilometres.

M: Do you use the swimming pool? You know the new swimming pool.

W: No, I don’t. I can’t swim. And I’m scared of water.

M: OK. You know, we offer lessons here.

W: I know, I know. But I’m scared of water.

M: Well, I’m sure our trainer can help you.

(Text 8)

M: You look tired today.

W: Yes, I am. I haven’t slept well for the last few nights.

M: Really? Are you under stress?

W: Yeah, it’s my job. I’ve been working late every night. When I finally get to bed, I keep thinking about all the things I still need to do.

M: That’s not good.

W: And I’m not eating very well, either. I’m so busy at work that I don’t have lunch. By the time I get home, I’m too tired to cook, so I just order a pizza or something.

M: Oh, no. You have to take better care of yourself, or you’ll get sick. You need to stop working so late. And you need to eat at least one good meal every day.

W: I know you’re right. I’ll try.

(Text 9)

M: Hello.

W: Hello. Is that Russell?

M: Yes, it is.

W: This is Vicky. I didn’t recognize your voice.

M: I’ve got a cold. I probably sound different.

W: You surely do. Are you really sick?

M: No. But I’ve got a sore throat and a headache.

W: That’s too bad. I am calling to see if you want to play tennis next weekend.

M: I really can’t say right now. Would you mind calling back later this week?

W: Sure, no problem. But I hope you can make it. I’ve really improved. You’re not going to believe it.

M: You’re right. I don’t.

(Text 10)

Hi, everyone! On behalf of Sunshine Island Tours, let me welcome you all to the island. We’d like to thank you for choosing our exciting one-day round the island tour. My name’s Jack and I’ll be your guide. We’ll be picking you up from your hotel at seven o’clock tomorrow morning. Then we’ll drive around the south of the island. Our first stop is Pigeon Point, where there is beautiful view of the water below. And then we’ll visit a small ice-cream factory, where you can see our delicious island ice cream being made. We then continue around the island enjoying beautiful views of the Atlantic coast. And we’ll stop for a special Caribbean lunch at a nice seaside café. After lunch, we’ll head north, stopping at a beach. So you need to take your swimsuit and sunglasses. And finally we’ll go to the nature park, where you can see tigers and monkeys. Ur, one more thing, there are extra costs. You might want to buy some souvenirs, like local food. And you might want to tip your driver. OK. I sincerely hope all of you have a good time. Are there any questions? If any, please ask me. I’ll try my best to help you.

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Dear Sir or Madam,

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’m looking forward to your early reply.

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Yours sincerely,

Li Hua

书面表达参考范文:

I have received your e-mail. I am very excited and inspired by the good news that you have been admitted into Harvard. First I’d like to offer my congratulations to you on your great success and I also hope to enter a famous university just like you.

Now I want to tell you something about myself. As you know, I’m busy preparing for the College Enterance Examination. Day after day I work very hard and have to stay up late doing piles of papers. However, I’m always feeling stressed out because my efforts don’t seem to pay off, which makes me frustrated and exhausted. Will you be kind enough to give me some advice?

I would appreciate it if you could write back to me as soon as possible.

Yours,

Li Hua

短文改错dearmadam篇三:16届高三理科英语一诊模拟考试试题答案

成都七中高2016届高三一诊模拟英语试题参考答案

I. 听力答案:1-5 CBCBB

II. 阅读理解: 21-24 BDAB 25-28 ADBD 29-32 BCAD 33-35 CAA

III. 阅读七选五: 36-40 CADBG

IV. 完形填空:41-45 ABADC 46-50 ACAAC 51-55 DBDBD 56-60 DCBAA

V. 语法填空:

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66. should 67. obviously 68. an 69. learnt/learned70. in

VI. 短文改错:

Dear Sir or Madam,

Knowing that our library is going to buy more books, I’d like to give some advice

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In addition to reading for knowledge, I read for fun and inspiration. That is

:literary books. These classic works,

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written

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beautiful They with

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recommendation.

Yours sincerely,

Li Hua

VII. 书面表达

One possible version:

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My Life in the Senior Year

As a senior three student, my life is extremely full and occupied. With a big dream to fulfill, I enjoy my school life, working diligently and passionately.

However, I can’t deny that I am burdened with so much that I feel exhausted sometimes both physically and mentally. Too much homework takes away our time for enough exercise and the development of personal hobbies. My parents also push me a lot, which contributes to some unpleasant conflicts or misunderstanding between us.

How I wish our society would pay more attention to our health and all-round development! Leaving us less but more efficient homework will help make our study life in senior three more colorful!

英语听力材料录音原文

Text 1 W: Excuse me. This is the address. How do I find it? M: Right. You’ll need a street map. Here’s one, and I’ll show you where it is. Text 2 W: Oh my! My car broke down, and I have to meet my aunt at the railway station before noon. M: You’re lucky. I can drop you off on my way. Text 3 W: Did you hear that Mr. Peterson is coming next week, Gordon?

M: Yes, so I called all the department heads to my office this morning. We need to give him reports on our program.

Text 4 W: I hope you like the book I lent you. I wasn’t sure if you’d be interested.

M: I had the same doubt at first. But once I started, I simply couldn’t put it down.

Text 5

W: What is going on? It’s May, and we still have to wear warm clothes.

M: Well, there’s some good news on the radio. You probably can wear shorts tomorrow. Text 6

W: Harry, let’s play some ping-pong today.

M: I’d love to play a set or two, but my right arm hurts. I’ve decided to stop playing ping-pong until it feels better.

W: Well, how about going skating?

M: I’d like to, but my knee hurts, too.

W: Harry, stop making excuses! You’re just lazy.

M: No, I’m not! You know, there’s a basketball match on TV today. Let’s just stay home and watch it.

W: OK. You stay, and I’ll play with Helen.

Text 7

W: What do you want to do tonight?

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M: How about going to the cinema? I should be home from work at 5:45. Then we can go out and eat before we see a film.

W: What do you want to see? M: There’s a good art film at the Green House Cinema.

W: Let’s see…it starts at 6:15. I don’t think we can get there in time to see the beginning. How about the action film at the New State Cinema? It starts at 6:50. Perhaps the 7:00 one at the UME Cinema is even better. It stars Jackie Chan.

M: OK, that’s fine. I like him, too. Text 8

M: Hey, Lucy. Do you have some time to talk about next week’s trip with me? W: Sure, Dave. M: OK. So, we’re leaving on Monday from Hartsfield International Airport, and returning on Friday. Do we take ourselves to the airport? Maybe we need to book a taxi, or just go by bus. W: No, we don’t have to. The company car will pick us up and take us there.

M: Oh, that’s good. When?

W: Our flight leaves at 11:00 a.m., so they should pick us up between 8:00 and 9:00 a.m. Besides, the company pays for our trip, including hotel and food. M: How much will that be? W: Well, New York is a pretty expensive city. So, each of us will get $200 a day.

M: Oh, OK. Thanks for telling me that. W: You’re welcome. Text 9 W: Please sit down. Let’s see…you’re Mr. Smith. Is that correct? M: Yes. John Smith.

W: And you’re interested in this job? M: Yes, I am. I’ll graduate from college the coming June. My major is Chinese. W: I see. Have you ever done any work in this field? M: Yes, I used to be a tour guide for Chinese travellers. W: Good. Now, how much money do you expect to have for a year?

M: From what I’ve read, it seems that a starting pay would be around $12,000 a year. W: Here, you would start at $10,500 for the first year…a kind of training period. Then you would go to $15,000. M: That sounds fair enough. What do you think are the chances for me to get a job here? W: Well, I’m talking to three people today and four tomorrow. We’ll be hiring two people. You’ll hear from us sometime next month. Good luck! And thanks for coming in today. Text 10

M: Well, I’d love to share with you my personal opinions on city life and life in small towns. I grew up in a small town until I was 18 and then moved to a big city, so I have experienced the good and bad sides of both. I never thought that I would like living in a big city, but I was wrong. After ten years of living in one, I can’t imagine ever living in a small town again. Surely small towns and big cities both have some problems in terms of transport. In a small town, you have to own a car to make life comfortable. You can’t get around without one because there isn’t any kind of public transport. Big cities generally have heavy traffic and expensive parking, but there you have a choice of taking public transport, which is cheaper than driving. So, if you don’t have 3

a car, you’d better live in the city. I also love the exciting life in big cities. I can always enjoy a lot of films, concerts, and other wonderful shows. However, these things are not common in small towns. The final thing I like about large cities is that you can meet different kinds of

people. However, you seldom find such a variety of people in a smaller town. I think that living in an area where everyone was just like me would quickly become dull. Of course, safety should be considered, and that’s one area where small towns are better than big cities. Still, I would rather be a bit more careful and live in a large city than to feel safe but dull.

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