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金丽衢十二校2015学年高三第一次联考 英 语 试 题
命题人:兰溪一中  周巧玲  钱晓东  董锡芳
注意:本试题卷分为选择题和非选择题两部分。满分120分,考试时间120分钟。
选择题部分(共80分)
第一部分:英语知识运用(共两节,满分30分)
第一节:单项填空(共20小题;每小题0.5分,满分10分)
从A、B、C和D四个选项中,选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项,并在答题纸上将该选项标号涂黑。
1. — I think most of your diet should be vegetables. That way you’ll burn off much fat.
— _____. Tell me more.
A. You are kidding  B. Everybody knows that
C. I never thought of that  D. It depends
2. Tu Youyou was appointed _____ head of a government project in 1969, whose winning the Nobel Prize is _____ honor for traditional Chinese medicine.
A. / , an B. the , an C. a , the D. / , /
3. High-speed trains _____ us time while allowing us to enjoy the scenery along the way.
A. kill B. save C. cost D. take
4. Li Yue, a top student in our school, worked hard and gained _____ to Tsinghua University this summer.
A. permission B. admission C. agreement D. argument
5. The best and most beautiful things in the world _____ be seen or even touched. They must be felt with the heart.
A. can’t B. mustn’t C. needn’t D. shouldn’t
6. The biggest lesson from Paris attacks on November 13, 2015 lies in building more international cooperation in the global fight _____ terrorism.
A. on B. for C. in D. against
7. If you want more coffee, I’ll make you _____.
A. one B. any C. it D. some
8. Driving at the top speed, the young man got close to _____ in the accident last night.
A. kill B. be killed C. being killed D. killing
9. — So you are still sitting here, doing nothing!
— Don’t worry, Mom. I have everything _____.
A. under the control B. under control C. beyond the control D. beyond control
10. Since late 2013 when the Chinese government relaxed the family planning policy, only 1.5           million couples ____ to have a second child.
A. applied B. had applied C. would apply D. have applied
11. Smile and keep in a good mood _____ happens and _____ much trouble you meet with.
A. whatever, however B. what, no matter how
C. what, how  D. whatever, how
12. Thanks to the vivid photos going with the text, everything in the book _____ to the readers.
A. comes to use B. comes to life C. comes to power D. comes to effect
13. The West Lake, a great attraction to the world, attracts a(n)_____ stream of visitors every year.
A. fast B. extreme C. constant D. regular
14. Health officials in countries affected by Ebola are encouraging people to wash hands more _____.
A. frequently B. gradually C. occasionally D. steadily
15. _____ in 1413, St Andrews was Scotland’s first university and is the third oldest in the _____ world.
A. To found, English-speaking B. Founded, English-spoken
C. Founded, English-speaking D. To be founded, English-spoken
16. You’ll succeed _____ as long as you love it with a passion because life will give back what you put into it.
A. on time B. at that time C. in time D. for the time
17. Many European countries, including Germany, set up many shelters to _____ refugees(难民) from Africa.
A. bring up B. hold back C. set down   D. take in
18. — Hey! You look cool in your new hairstyle.
— Thanks. If you like, you can try the barber’s _____ I have my hair cut.
A. where B. who C. which D. when
19. _____ you will succeed in persuading someone depends on _____ effect your argument has on that person.
A. If; what  B. What; how   C. How; what   D. Whether; what
20. — I’m sure Lebron James will lead Cleveland Cavaliers to the championship of NBA this year.
— _____, I think. A dark horse is always there.
A. No problem  B. Not likely        C. Not necessarily     D. No sense

第二节:完形填空(共20小题;每小题1分,满分20分)
阅读下面短文,掌握其大意,然后从21~40各题所给的四个选项(A、B、C和D)中,选出最佳选项,并在答题纸上将该选项标号涂黑。
In winter, I often walk in a nearby park during lunch time. The park is quiet, as   21   people
have the time to enjoy the winter sun on a weekday. The two people that are often seen are a middle-aged father and his little daughter   22   her school uniform. The father looks like he has all the time in the world——he   23   to hurry along the jogging path; instead he matches his pace with   24   of the little girl. Sometimes they are lying   25   in the sun, laughing and chatting.
The man certainly doesn’t look   26  . What sort of job can he have that gives him the flexibility to walk in the park in the middle of the day?
And today, we   27   sat on the rocks and had a little chat. “You   28   enjoy the park very much to come here so often,” I said. The father nodded. “How” I asked curiously, “do you
  29   to leave your office to be with your daughter every day?”
The story that the father, Satyendra Dugbey, told me showed me how, if we   30   under the surface, even ordinary people’s life can be quite   31  .
“I used to be no different from any of those thousands of office workers   32   to work every day,” he began. His wife and he were well   33   but rarely managed time off for leisure.
Everything changed after an accident   34   Dugbey was hit by a car. As he lay in hospital, terrifying thoughts   35   his mind. “How would my daughter, then only four, remember me if I died that day?” “Would my daughter have   36   of being with her father?”
The moment he recovered and went back to work, Dugbey took time off at lunch,   37   her daughter from school which was just next door to his working place, and took her to the park.
It was actually a very small change he’d made, he said, but it amazed him every day to see the difference it   38   to his life. “It brings me so much   39   that I can’t believe why others haven’t thought of doing the same thing.” he said simply.
I got up to continue my   40   walk, unexpectedly happy after his story.
21. A. few B. a few C. little D. a little
22. A. on B. in                 C. with               D. under
23. A. tends B. intends      C. inspires   D. refuses
24. A. it  B. that      C. this     D. those
25. A. heavily   B. tiredly     C. lazily      D. lonely
26. A. unemployed  B. untrained C. untested D. unwanted
27. A. truly      B. generally    C. entirely     D. finally
28. A. can       B. should      C. must       D. would
29. A. succeed      B. fail       C. manage    D. struggle
30. A. dig        B. push      C. clean      D. knock
31. A. extraordinary  B. flexible     C. peaceful    D. reliable
32. A. hurrying     B. wandering C. hesitating D. hating
33. A. down        B. over         C. above     D. off
34. A. under which     B. in which      C. at which     D. on which
35. A. came up    B. came about C. came out    D. came into
36. A. association  B. memories   C. misunderstanding D. consideration
37. A. picked up   B. picked out  C. took up    D. took out
38. A. took       B. led      C. made     D. got
39. A. love  B. joy     C. relief   D. depression
40. A. long-suffering B. long-lost  C. long-forgotten  D. long-lasting
第二部分:阅读理解(第一节20小题,第二节5小题;每小题2分,满分50分)
第一节:阅读下列材料,从每题所给的四个选项(A、B、C和D)中,选出最佳选项,并在答题纸上将该选项标号涂黑。
A
As my fortieth birthday approaches, inevitable as a new hair-do, I realize how many women friends I’ve had over the years. Most have come and gone with the changes of life, just like the latest shoe fashions waltz in and out of my closet.
Some of my friends, like some of my shoes, were silly mistakes. They never did fit properly, and they always felt slightly “off”, no matter how hard I tried to fit my feet into them. Others were my absolute favorite for a while, but they wore out or wore off. All style and no substance; the quality just wasn’t there.
Then there are my true friends—the ones who, like a pair of fine shoes, never go out of style or out of favor, whose appeal and value just increase with wear and time. These are friends who stay in touch and stand by me—as if they and I have never gone off to a new state, or a new job. Physical distance does not separate us; time does not change the fundamental fact of our friendship; the wear and tear of life does not stop us. The sole still support us; the colors and lines still please us; the uppers, still strong but grown soft, gently bent around feet. Our connection is securely fastened, unaffected by the whirlwind of changes we’ve each been through, even when life carries us in different directions.
If the comparison fits…
Deborah is the evening shoe, elegant and lovely. She appreciates the finer things, choose only the best, and still looks polished long after the rest of us have drooped. She is a study in elegance and knows the difference between bone, and winter white. From this splendid treasure, I’ve come to recognize my own appreciation for the finer things in life—and to the realization that I deserved them.
Jane is that pair of essential, timeless pumps that I wear often and would be lost without. With this classic, my basic needs and comfort level are assured—leaving me time and energy for fun. I can move gracefully from day to night, from work to play, from jokes to discussion. My step is light; laughter comes easily and I am ready for adventure.
Georgiana is my pair of standard white Keds—familiar, comfortable and good for all seasons. I’ve had them since long before. They are part of my childhood. They take me home, and I am a kid again diving into the ocean on a hot summer day. They have been up the hill and through the mud with me. They keep me moving forward, even when putting one foot in front of the other feels like the hardest thing I’ve ever done. I know I can slip them tomorrow and all days after. I am indebted to these lovely worn sneakers.
In the shoe rack of life, these are the friends I cherish. They are the base upon which I stand. They accompany me on my chosen path, regardless of where it leads or how bumpy or winding it gets.
41. The writer’ s fortieth birthday was mentioned as a(n)          .
A. explanation for her buying new shoes B. introduction of the topic of the passage 
C. description of her satisfaction with life D. suggestion on how to win friends
42. Paragraph 2 is mainly about          .
A. where I can find good friends B. when I should say good-bye to my friends
C. why I don’t like some of my friends D. how I deal with those good friends
43. Which of the following friends is a “Jane”?
A. He/She keeps a balance between life and work and lives an energetic life
B. He/She always lives up to your expectation and keeps his/her words
C. He/She has been together with you in difficulties and sufferings
D. He/She has been honest enough to point out your mistakes in time
44. The underlined word “indebted” in Paragraph 7 is closet in meaning to          .
A. interested         B. embarrassed C. guilty         D. grateful
45. The purpose of the passage is to          .
A. share with you the writer’s opinions on how to make friends
B. pour out the writer’s concerns about some friends
C. express the writer’s gratitude to her true friends
D. convey some common embarrassing conflicts with friends
B
Whether you’re in the mood for poetry, essay, or fiction—the recommendations below include some examples of classics perfectly suited for November!
“Mont Blanc” (1817) by Percy Shelley
In this, one of Shelley’s most famous poems, the poet is investigating problems of mental freedom and self-positioning. The awe and wonder of nature, as a projection(投影) of the mind’s own limitless power, is an appropriate theme for this time of year.
We can, perhaps, think about our place in the universe as we watch the leaves turn, listen to the wind blow, and prepare for the “snowy, and peaceful” moments to arrive in coming months.
“Such as a feeble brook will often assume,
In the wild woods, among the mountains lone,
Where waterfalls around it leap for ever,
Where woods and winds contend, and a vast river
Over its rocks ceaselessly bursts and raves.”(Lines 7-11)
“Walden” (1854) by Henry David Thoreau
“Walden” combines autobiography with social critique(社会批判). It is partly a memoir(回忆录) of Thoreau's experience living in a place not too far from town. The book explores themes of self-reliance, simplicity, and progress while criticizing consumerism(用户至上主义) and contemporary Western culture. We might wonder about reading a book about “living in nature” at a time when the months are becoming colder, but the “comfort” of Walden, the reflection as well as the ease it inspires are perfect for this time of year.
“I went to the woods because I wished to live deliberately, to front only the essential facts of life, and see if I could not learn what it had to teach, and...”
“The Eve of St. Agnes”(1820) by John Keats
“The Eve of St. Agnes” is a long poem. It was written in 1819 but not published until 1820. It is widely considered to be amongst his finest poems and was influential in 19th century literature.
Although the poem refers to the evening before St. Agnes’s day (January 20th), readers (especially in the northern hemisphere) may appreciate experiencing this one on a chilly night, perhaps one of the first of the mid-autumn season.
“ST. AGNES’ Eve—Ah, bitter chill it was!
The owl, for all his feathers, was a-cold;
The hare limp’d trembling through the frozen grass,
And silent was the flock in woolly fold…”
“Oliver Twist” (1838) by Charles Dickens
There’s just something about Dickens that makes you want to read him in the autumn. It may be too early for a book like “A Christmas Carol” (1843), but “Oliver Twist” is perfect for late-November reading. The story introduces us to a sickly orphaned boy living in an English workhouse. Oliver, weak and hungry, dares to ask for more food. For this insolence, he’s exiled and must suffer various hardships before finally finding solace with a caring family.
“Although I am not disposed to maintain that being born in a workhouse, is, in itself the most fortunate and enviable circumstance that can possibly befall a human being, I do mean to say that in this particular instance, it was the best thing for Oliver Twist that…”
46. According to the passage, reading “Mont Blanc” can help us ________.
A. learn something about the miserable life of an orphan
B. appreciate experiencing the atmosphere of chilly nights
C. try to find our own position in this world
D. inspire us to experience living simply and easily
47. Which of the following statements is TRUE according to the passage?
A. Both Mont Blanc and the Eve of Saint Agnes are not collections of poems
B. “Walden” (1854) by Henry David Thoreau was intended for naturalists
C. “The Eve of St. Agnes” by Keats was written much later than A Christmas Carol by Dickens
D. All the works were produced in November
48. For each masterpiece, the added original lines and sentences aim to ________.
A. tell something about the background of the work
B. introduce the writing style of the work
C. keep the readers more informed about the writer
D. help the readers have a taste of the masterpieces
49. The four masterpieces are arranged ________.
A. according to time B. at random     
C. in the order of the letters D. according to influence
C
Reading, unlike speaking, is a young activity to some degree. Humans have been speaking in some form for hundreds of thousands of years; we are born with the ability to acquire speech. The earliest writing, however, came only 6,000 years ago, and every act of reading remains a version of what my son is learning: identifying letters and words, use much the same of brain as we use to identify trees, cars, animals and telephone boxes.
It’s not only letters and words that we process as objects. Texts themselves, so far as our brain is concerned, are physical landscapes. So it is not surprising that we respond differently to words printed on a page compared to words appearing on a screen.
For her new book, Words Onscreen: The Fate Of Reading in a Digital World, professor Naomi Baron conducted a survey of reading preference among over 300 universities across the world. When given a choice between media ranging from printouts to smart phones, laptops, desktops and e-readers, 92% of the respondents replied that it was hard copy that best allowed them to concentrate.
This isn’t a result likely to surprise many editors, or anyone else who works closely with text. While writing this article, I gathered my thoughts through a version of the same principle: having collected and checked my notes onscreen, I printed said notes, wrote all over the resulting printout, argued with myself in the margins, placed marks next to key points and then draw my own clear conclusion.
Across three experiments in 2013, researchers Pam Mueller and Daniel Oppenheimer compared the effectiveness of students taking hand-notes versus typing onto laptops. Their conclusion: the relative slowness of writing by hand demands heavier mental lifting, forcing students to sum up rather than to quote, therefore tending to increase the students ability of understanding, applying, and memorizing.
In other words, reading from paper is good—at least as far as the brain is concerned. Moreover, the handwriting itself can be significant. In a 2012 study at Indiana University, professor Karin James tested five-year-old children who didn’t know how to read or write by asking them to reproduce a letter or a shape in one of the three ways: typed on to the computer, drawn on a blank sheet, or copied over dotted lines. When the children were drawing freehand, their brain had the similar activities to adults’ reading and writing. The other two methods showed no such brain activities. Similar effects have been found in other tests, suggesting not only a close link between reading and writing, but that the experience of reading itself differs between letters learned through handwriting and those learned through typing. A conclusion was drawn that handwriting tends to lift up our brain more than the placeless, weightless scrolling of words on screen.
However, there is also a scientific recognition that many of the screen’s advantages—search, boundless and bottomless capacity, links and leaps and seamless navigation—are either unhelpful or destructive when it comes to certain kinds of reading and writing.
Above all, it seems to me, we must give up the concept that there is only one way of reading, or that technology and paper can never be put together. We’re lucky enough to have more opportunities to make our choice.
50. What does the writer probably mean by saying “Reading is a young activity” in Paragraph 1?
A. Reading is an activity for children     
B. Reading develops your brain into being young
C. Reading came into being just recently
D. Reading was applied by humans later than speaking
51. According to the passage, reading from paper does not mean reading from ________.
A. hard copy B. printouts C. iPhone D. journals
52. Reading from paper is more helpful for concentrating because ________.
A. it is a young activity to a degree B. it involves more brain activities than its opponents
C. it demands more physical lifting D. it has boundless and bottomless search capacity
53. The 2012 study at Indiana in Paragraph 6 was intended to ________.
   A. deny the three experiments by Pam Mueller and Daniel Oppenheimer
B. offer a more convincing evidence of the writer’s point of view
C. show how powerful our children’s reading capacity can be
D. echo or support the survey conducted by professor Naomi Baron
54. The writer’s attitude towards handwriting can be best described as ________.
A. tolerant B. negative C. neutral D. positive

She was working on some history essay. Her books were open on the desk, and she had an A4 pad there and some pencils ready for taking notes.
As I watched, she sat back on her chair, and she took up her history book. But much as she tried to read it, and much as she tried to concentrate, her eyes kept glancing up at those old photographs. There were a photograph of me on my own and a photograph of the two of us together. There was also a photo of when Eggy was small and when I was only a baby—maybe I had even just been born. And she was holding me, with Dad’s help, while Mom looked on, rather nervously, as if worried that Eggy might drop me on my head. Then there were photos of her and me, both of us getting bigger and older. And she was always three years ahead of me, always my big sister, and I was always her naughty little brother, driving her nuts and getting her on her nerves.
There was a photograph of all of us too, of me and Eggy and Mum and Dad, all standing there together, smiling at the new camera.
There I was. And there we were. And nothing would ever bring us back or make us whole again. I felt so sad again—but I wouldn’t give in to it. I was on a mission, like they say, and I had to see it through. I had to settle the unfinished business. I had to forgive and be forgiven. I couldn’t let Eggy go through the rest of her life remembering those last words she’d ever said to me, just before I stormed out to get run over by a truck.
“You’ll be sorry one day when I am dead!” I said to her.
“No, I won’t be!” she’d shouted after me, “I’ll be glad!”
And then I’d never come back.
“Eggy,” I said, “Eggy, it’s Harry. I am here, right by you. Right here. But don’t be afraid. It’s OK, Eggy, I am a ghost now, that’s all. But it’s OK, it’s nothing to be frightened of. I am not going to haunt you for ever. I just came back to work things out with you, to say I am sorry. Can you hear me, Eggy? Do you know I am here?” But she looked back down at her history book, reached out and turned a page over. And she didn’t know that I was standing right behind her, so close that I could reach out and touch her.
“I am touching your shoulder, Eggy. Can you feel my hand? Can you? It’s me, Harry. Don’t be afraid. I am just touching your shoulder, that’s all.”
But she went on reading the history book, and then paused, and took up one of the pencils, and made a few notes about Henry the Eighth and all the wives he once had and why he had them.
“Eggy, —it’s me.”
“Eggy…”
Nothing.
She looked up from her book, daydreaming maybe, like you do in the middle of your homework. Her eyes fell on the photos of her and me at my fourth birthday party. My getting ready to blow out all the candles. Her getting ready to help me in case I ran out of air.
“Oh, Harry,” she said. “Oh, Harry.” And she reached out and touched the photo, just like it was flesh and blood but not just____________.
I saw the pencil on the desk. I remembered the leaf on the tree, Jelly’s Parker, and Arthur with the fruit machine. I could do it. I knew I could. I had to. I focused my thoughts on the pencil, all of them, every part of me. I tried to shine my thoughts upon it as if they were the beam of a torch.
“Please,” I thought, “please, please, please…”
55. How many photographs do you think there are on Eggy’s desk at least?
A. 4 B. 5 C. 6 D. 7
56. The unfinished business mentioned in Paragraph 4 probably means ______.
A. having more photos taken with Eggy B. expressing his being sorry to Eggy
C. saying good-bye to Eggy D. returning the school things to Eggy
57. Which of the following ways of writing impresses you most in the story?
A. Giving a definition   B. Giving an example
C. Repeated words    D. Making a comparison
58. Which of the following can be put in the blank in the story?
A. paper and chemicals B. tears and laughter C. life and death D. trial and error
59. It can be inferred from the passage that at the end of the story Harry probably will_______.
A. “write” something  B. “take away” the pencil
C. “steal” the pencil  D. “break off” the pencil angrily
60. What might be the best title for the passage?
A. A Trustworthy Brother  B. An Unforgettable Accident
C. A Regular Guest     D. A Special Mission
第二节:下面文章中有5个段落需要添加小标题(第61~65题)。请从以下选项(A、B、C、D、E和F)中选出适合各段落的小标题,并在答题纸上将相应选项的标号涂黑。选项中有一项是多余选项。
A. Enjoy meeting new people.
B. Live in the moment.
C. Expect the unexpected.
D. Appreciate the life you have.
E. Relax and Have Fun.
F. Respect other cultures.
Traveling has many benefits. It’s no wonder that so many people love to travel and some even consider traveling as part of their routine lifestyle. Perhaps the reasons for people from all walks of life, both old and young, enjoying traveling are as follows:
61. __________ You never know what is going to happen when you are traveling. When you are an inexperienced traveler, you are immediately thrown into a situation where you do not always know what to do. It’s easy to become anxious when you don’t know what is coming up next, but just be patient and let things unfold. Flights will be delayed, or you might not know where your next meal is coming from. Be prepared financially for unexpected things, because you will probably spend more money than you planned on.
62. __________ Experienced travelers learn very quickly to adapt to new situations and  environments. It may be easy to forget that you are there to relax and enjoy yourself. Relaxation is one of the top benefits of travel. Just enjoy wherever you are, and take things in as they happen. You will learn unexpected things that way. So, you might as well relax wherever you are, and have a good time, especially when things do not go as planned.
63. __________ Being in new countries and around strangers all the time can be stressful and make you uncomfortable. But you should have faith that most people you meet will be pleasant to deal with. Your attitude is the most important thing when you meet new people. You may not be able to understand them, but you will gain the most if you just show them respect as human beings. Learn how to enjoy being around new people and don’t be afraid to talk to them.
64. __________ Most people are used to doing the same routine in their lives. We get used to our jobs, our friends, and our usual places that we go for fun. Traveling takes you away from all that but it makes you feel more alive. You learn to trust your instincts in a new situation and allow yourself to just appreciate each moment for what it is. You see things you have never seen before. When you learn to be in the moment of right now, you are more aware of everything going on around you.
65. __________ When you travel outside of your world, you will notice right away the cultural differences. People might dress differently. They might communicate in a language you don’t know and their lives may appear to be so unfamiliar to you. Here you learn to respect who people are. You see them and acknowledge that they live in a world apart from you. It makes you think about the world on a bigger scale. It makes you more aware of some of the ways that other people struggle in their lives.
非选择题部分(共40分)
第三部分:写作(共两节,满分40分)
第一节: 短文改错(共10小题;每小题1分,满分10分)
下面短文中共有10处语言错误。请在有错误的地方增加、删除或修改某个单词。
增加:在缺词处增加一个漏字符号(∧),并在其下面写出该加的词。
删除:把多余的词用斜线(\)划掉。
修改:在错的词下划一横线,并在该词下面写出修改后的词。
注意:1. 每处错误及其修改均仅限一词;
2. 只允许修改10处,多者(从第11处起)不计分。
On the first day of her new job, Alice arrived in a quarter to nine. She took the lift to the eleventh floor, and the secretary showed her where her desk and her computer was. She talked to the man seating near her, but he was not friendly. Then, a boss came in, giving her a pile of report. To her surprise,he was not the man had interviewed her. He introduced him as Tim. She tried to finish the work that day, so everything was confusing. After work, she left the office and returned back to the lift. On the tenth floor, she met John, who had interviewed her. “Alice, I thought you were starting with us this morning.’’ He said. “My god!” she sudden realized,“I was in the right office all day!”
第二节:书面表达 (满分30分)
你报名参加了你校的英语演讲比赛,你抽到的演讲主题是:A problem is a chance for you to do your best.请按下列要求用英语准备一篇词数为120左右的演讲稿。
要求:1. 谈谈你对这句话的理解。
2. 用一个具体事例说明你的观点。
注意:开头、结尾已经写好,不计入字数.
Good morning, everyone! It’s my great honor to give you a speech. My topic today is “ A problem is a chance for you to do your best.”
_____________________________________________________________
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That’s all! Thank you for listening!

金丽衢十二校2015学年高三第一次联考
英语试题参考答案
一 、单项填空(共20小题;每小题0.5分,满分10分)
1—5 CABBA 6—10 DDCBD 11—15 ABCAC 16—20 CDADC
二、 完形填空(共20小题;每小题1分,满分20分)
21—25 ABDBC 26—30ADCCA 31—35 AADBD 36—40 BACBC
三、 阅读理解(第一节20小题,第二节5小题;每小题2分,满分50分)
41—45 BCADC 46—49 CADB 50—54 DCBBD 55—60 DBCAAD
61—65 CEABF
四、 短文改错(共10小题;每小题1分,满分10分)
On the first day of her new job, Alice arrived in a quarter to nine. She took the lift to the
                                            at                                
eleventh floor, and the secretary showed her where her desk and her computer was. She talked to
                                                                 were
the man seating near her, but he was not friendly. Then, a boss came in, giving her a pile of report.
seated/sitting                                                           reports
To her surprise, he was not the man ︿ had interviewed her. He introduced him as Tim. She
                              who/that                            himself
tried to finish the work that day, so everything was confusing. After work, she left the office and
                           but
returned back to the lift. On the tenth floor, she met John, who had interviewed her . “Alice, I
went 或                
thought  you were starting with us this morning.’’ He said. “ My god!” she sudden realized,“I was
                                                            suddenly         
in the right office all day!”
  wrong
五、书面表达
Life is a mystery and we will never know what is in store for us. But one thing is for sure: it’s inevitable to meet and conquer problems. For us, my fellows, it’s problems encountered that give us the chance to grow and to learn.
Making a speech used to be a big problem for me. With strong accent and terrible pronunciation, I used to fail in speech competitions for numerous times. In spite of this, I didn’t hold back! On the contrary, I consider it a best chance for me to do my best to improve myself. I recorded my speech, listened to it and corrected my pronunciation. Solution found and problems settled, I’m now full of confidence to stand here to address my best speech to you all!
My dear friends, don’t be tired of problems, but make advantage of them to be the best of ourselves!

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