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2015学年第一学期第三次四校联考
高三英语试卷
第Ⅰ卷(选择题,共80分)
第一节:单项填空(共20小题;每小题0.5分,满分10分)
 从每题所给的A、B、C、D 四个选项中,选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。
1. --- I’m sorry for breaking the cup.
   --- Oh, ____ --I’ve got plenty.
A. forget it       B. my pleasure    C. help yourself   D. pardon me 
2.I’d love ________ room on the higher floor so that I can have a bird’s eye view of ________ city.
A. the…a        B. a…the         C. /…the        D. a…a
3.Frankly speaking, it’s people’s ______ to keep their promise that really annoys me.
A. habit   B. mistake    C. failure    D. loss
4.__the information the professor demanded earlier, the assistant continued to search in a sea of books for more on the topic.
 A. Gathering     B. Having gathered   C. Gathered   D. Having been gathered
5.Basketball coaches waste no time to search for____young play ers of great potential for better performances in the coming season.
 A. promising    B. convincing     C. desperate    D. admirable
6.The driver ____ have drunk a lot before the accident, but I am not quite sure of that.
 A.might       B.must       C.should      D.would
7.— Shall we meet at the entrance to the gymnasium at 4:30 tomorrow afternoon?
 — Oh, no! I            a handwriting class then.
 A.will have  B.have  C.will be having  D.am having
8.Exactly ____ the potato was introduced into Europe is uncertain, but it was probably around 1565.
A. whether         B. why       C. when           D. how   
9.While staying in the village, James unselfishly shared whatever he had with the villagers without asking for anything ______ .
    A. in return        B. in common     C. in turn           D. in place
10.Cathy had quit her job when her son was born _______ she could stay home and raise her family.
    A. so that          B. as if          C. only if         D. now that
11.The band held the benefit concert not to only raise funds but           the international society aware of the value of the rescue work.
 A.making  B.made  C.make  D. to make
12.His confidence built up__as he gained more and more experience in teaching.
  A. mostly        B.generally     C. constantly   D.gradually
13.The regulation(规则) is welcomed by the public           school buses should be designed to be safer in avoiding crashes and preventing injuries.
 A.whether  B.which  C.that  D.what
14.The bill you sent me is incorrect, sir. ________, it isn’t the first time.
A. Worse still     B. On the contrary  C. For one thing     D. In all
15.Sofia looked around at all the faces she had the impression that she _____ most of the guests before
    A. has seen        B. had seen       C. saw           D. would see
16.For all these years I have been working for others.I’m hoping I’ll _________ my own business someday.
     A. turn up        B.set up        C. fix up       D.make up 
17.I invited my parents to spend Christmas with us, but      of them came.
  A.none         B.both        C.either      D.neither
18.There’s no reason to be disappointed. ______, this could be rather amusing.
 A. Above all      B. As a result      C. In addition     D. As a matter of fact
19.A wireless smart pillbox can remind  patients to take their daily vitamins, _____          we all find hard to believe.
  A.that  B.what  C.it         D. which
20. – I don’t think I’ll be able to go mountain-climbing tomorrow.
-- ______?
  A. And how    B. How come    C. How’s it going D. How  about it

第二节 完型填空(共20小题;每小题1分,满分20分)
阅读下面短文,从短文后各题所给的四个选项(A、B、C和D)中,选出最佳选项,并在答题卡上涂黑。
Sometimes pleasures of life are so simple that I take them for granted, things that I've
considered as my right, instead of a blessing. I  21  this after a friend of mine, who served there as a volunteer, invited me to pay a visit to Honduras.
    The night before I set off, I decided a warm bath would help calm my   22  nerves and help me sleep. So I  23  the hot water handle on the tub(浴盆)and waited. . . and waited. It took forever for the hot water to work its way through the pipes,so I   24   the bath late at night. What an   25  experience!
    On the five-hour drive to my friend's home, I   26  the beautiful countryside. On my arrival, she took me to some families, who were in great  27  ,living in stick-and-mud houses and sleeping on dirt floors  28  ,even in these terrible conditions,everyone I met had a smile on their face. They were so nice as to  29  we stay for coffee. Among them were two women beside a dirty pond. One pushed dirt back with a stick   30  the other dipped the water into a bucket. I shot a   31   toward the heavens,“Dear Lord, please don't let them offer coffee,
Suddenly,one little girl ran towards us,  32  a mango(芒果)in each hand. The one in her left hand was half eaten.   33   had mixed with the dirt on her skin and small streams of mango-mud ran down her wrist. She held out her   34   hand and offered me the other mango, which I   35  accepted. Her eyes danced and joy spread into a smile.When we left, my friend pointed at a small stream beside their home and said,“That is where they  36  .It is also where the animals drink and defecate(排便).”I have to say I had never been so  37  .
    The evening I returned home, I went into my bathroom.  The image of that poor little girl   38  my mind.Her bath would only take place in the cold, dirty water in the stream. I eased into my tub filled with warm water, enjoying this simple  pleasure. Clean water wasn't my   39 ;it was a blessing one I was determined to  40  with others.
21. A. accepted       B. realized      C. imagined     D. proved
22.   A. worried        B. disturbed     C. excited      D. delighted
23 .   A. touched        B. twisted      C. opened      D . removed
24 .   A. broke through   B.rushed through C.looked through D.went through
25.  A. awful         B. interesting   C. amazing      D. unusual
26.   A. took up       B. took in      C. took out     D. took over
27.   A. debt          B. pain        C. pleasure     D. poverty
28.  A. Still          B. Rather      C. But         D. Thus
29.   A. command     B. suggest     C. insist           D. recommend
30.   A. after         B. when        C. until         D. while
31.   A. dream        B. whisper      C. prayer        D. glance
32.   A. holding       B. taking      C. pressing      D. lifting
33.   A. Sweat        B. Water      C. Juice         D. Coffee
34.   A. right         B. left         C. dirty        D. clean
35.   A. unwillingly    B. gladly      C. cautiously    D. coldly
36.   A. play         B. drink       C. swim     D. bathe
37.   A. angry         B. happy      C. sad        D. calm
38.   A. crossed       B. inspired   C. slipped     D. changed
39.  A. treasure       B. right      C. possess     D. favor
40.  A. share         B. meet      C. combine    D. provide
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
My father had always been an alert observer of human character. Within seconds of meeting someone, he could sum up their strengths and weaknesses. It was always a challenge to see if any of my boyfriends could pass Dad’s test. None did. Dad was always right --- they didn’t pass my test either. After Dad died, I wondered how I’d figure it out on my own.
That’s when Jack arrived on the scene. He was different from any other guy I’d dated. He could sit for hours on the piano bench with my mother, discussing some composers. My brother Rick loudly announced that Jack wasn’t a turkey like the other guys I’d brought home. Jack passed my family’s test. But what about Dad’s?
Then came my mother’s birthday. The day he was supposed to drive, I got a call. “Don’t worry,” he said, “but I’ve been in an accident. I’m fine, but I need you to pick me up.”
When I got there, we rushed to a flower shop for something for Mom. “How about gardenias?” Jack said, pointing at a beautiful white corsage (胸花). The florist put the corsage in a box.
The entire ride, Jack was unusually quiet. “Are you all right?” I asked. “I’ve been doing a lot of thinking,” he said. “I might be moving.” Moving? Then he added, “Moving in with you.” I nearly put the car on the sidewalk. “What?” I asked. “I think we should get married,” he said. He told me he’d planned his proposal in a fancy restaurant, but after the accident,  he decided to do it right away.
“Yes,” I whispered. We both sat dumbfounded, tears running down our cheeks. I’d never known such a tender moment. If only Dad were here to give his final approval.
“Oh, let’s just go inside.” Jack laughed. My mother opened the door. “Happy Birthday!” We
shouted. Jack handed the box to her. She opened it up. Suddenly, her eyes were filled with tears. “Mom, what’s wrong?” I asked. “I’m sorry,” she said, wiping her eyes. “This is only the second gardenia corsage I’ve ever received. I was given one years ago, long before you kids were born.” “From who?” I asked. “Your father,” Mom said. “He gave me  one right before we were engaged.” My eyes locked on Jack’s as I blinked away (眨掉) tears. Dad’s test? I knew Jack had passed.
41. According to the text, we know the writer’s father was __________.
A. interested in observing things around  B. good at judging one’s character
C. strict with her boyfriend     D. fond of challenges
42. What is the main idea of Paragraph 2?
A. Jack got the family’s approval except Dad’s
B. Jack was different from any other boy.
C. Jack was getting on well with Mother.  
D. Jack knew a lot about piano.
43. The underlined word “proposal” in Paragraph 5 means __________.
A. piece of advice                B. wedding ceremony
C. celebration of birthday          D. offer of marriage
44. On hearing “moving in with you”, the writer felt __________.
A. sad   B. worried         C. surprised    D. disappointed
45. Why did the writer’s mother cry?
A. The gift was the same as the one her husband gave her.
B. She had never received such a beautiful gift.
C. Her daughter found her life partner at last. 
D. The gardenia corsage was too expensive.
B
Have you got any wonderful plans for your coming winter vacation? Here are some wonderful films for you to kill time.
Away We Go    
Verona De Tessant (Maya Rudolph) and Burt Farlander (John Krasinski) are in their early thirties and struggling to meet daily needs and build fulfilling lives as an artist and a salesman.
When they learn they will soon become parents, they are faced with the challenge of how and where to raise a child and build a happy family. With a baby on his way, the young couple, look at their lives and are puzzled about what they really want. So they hit the road and seek a place to call home. On their journey, they visit a handful of characters and learn a lot.
It’s about taking the scenic route in life, preparing for the hope and excitement and fear of new beginnings, while never forgetting to look out of the window.
Another Happy Day   
Lynn was married to Paul, but they broke up and Lynn took their daughter Alice while Paul got their son Dylan.
Years later, now Dylan is getting married, and Lynn is attending the wedding, with her younger sons Elliot and Ben. Elliott is a drug addict and Ben keeps everything to himself. Meanwhile, Alice deals with her anxieties through cutting. Dylan hasn’t spoken to Lynn in years, and Lynn is fearful of Paul and his wife Patty. Lynn’s mother, Doris, blames her daughter for her family’s many troubles, and her father is in poor health and hardly cares what’s happening around him. At last, all this has put Lynn in a depressed situation, and she’s not sure just how she’s going to get through the day.
La Vita e bella  
Al so named as Life is Beautiful, the film is a black comedy and also a best medicine that heals the scar left by war. This movie has some kind of characteristics as natural and active. On the 7th Oscar Award Ceremony, the movie won three great awards.
It is not a sad movie from the very beginning, but when the father uses a great way to hide his murder from his son, all people are impressed by this moving deed. This is a simple story with only one theme but shows the greatest love from the father to son. Under the protection of the father, the son has lived a happy life but how can we say the dad is not enjoying this beautiful life at the same time?
The Shawshank Redemption  
The film is an American film directed by Frank Darabont and starring Tim Robbins and Morgan Freeman. The film tells the story of Andy, a banker who spends nearly two decades in Shawshank State Prison for the murder of his wife and his wife’s lover despite his claims of innocence. There he makes friends with Red. Andy manages to escape from the prison by digging a tunnel with the rock hammer over the years.
When Red is later released, fearful of the outside world, he remembers Andy’s advice. He then visits the place Andy mentions before he escapes. There, he finds money and a note left by Andy, telling him to get to Zihuatanejo. In the end, the two are happily reunited on the beach. 
46. Based on the introduction above, we know ___________ of each film.
A. main characters     B. the award    C. the ending     D. the director 
47. Which of the following statements is TRUE?
A. Lynn’s children all have some physical and mental problems.
B. The Shawshank Redemption shows the great love from father to son.
C. Red and Andy successfully escaped from the prison through a tunnel.
D. La Vitae bella is intended to bring comfort and warmth t o war-torn people.
48. Which film might best help a newly married couple, Justine and Dorothy to figure out their new roles in future life?
A. Away We Go.            B. Another Happy Day. 
C. La Vita e bella.             D. The Shawshank Redemption. 
49. The passage is written to __________.
A. review the latest films      B. recommend good films 
C. announce the upcoming of the films  D. introduce the making of the films
C
When she returned home after a year in South America, Judith Martin, a North American writer, began to have a problem. People kept interpreting her behavior as aggressive, but that was not right. Fairly soon she figured out what was happening.
When most South Americans talk to each other face-to-face, they stand closer together than North Americans do. Martin had not readjusted to North American distances. Apparently, she had forgotten about the phenomenon known as personal space --- the amount of physical distance people expect during social interaction. Everyone has expectations concerning the use of personal space, but accepted distances for that space are determined by each person’s culture.
Observations about personal space began about twenty years ago. Anthropologist Edward T. Hall was a pioneer in the field. He became very interested in how interpersonal distances affected communication between people. In his book The Hidden Dimension, Hall coined (invented) the word “proxemics” to describe people’s use of space as a means of communication. As Hall’s book title indicates, most people are unconscious that interpersonal distances exist.
Personal space depends on invisible boundaries. Those boundaries move with people as they interact. Personal space gets larger or smaller depending on the circumstances of the social interaction at any moment. People do not like anyone to trespass (侵犯) on their personal space. As Cooper explains, invasions of personal space bring about negative reactions.
Researchers working with Hall’s data found that accepted interpersonal distances in the United States also depend on other factors. For example, subcultures help determine expectations concerning personal space. Fisher, Bell, and Baum report that groups of Hispanic-Americans generally interact more closely within their subculture than Anglo-Americans do within theirs. They further explain that in general subcultural groups tend to interact at closer distances with members of their own subculture than with nonmembers.
Age also affects how people use personal space. Cooper reports that North American children seem unaware of boundaries for personal space until the age of four or five. As the children get older they become more aware of standards for personal space. By the time they reach puberty (青春期), they have completely adapted to their culture’s standards for interpersonal distances.
Gender (性别) also influences people’s use of personal space. For example, North American males’ most negative reaction is reserved for anyone who enters their personal space directly in front of them. Females, on the other hand, feel most negative about approaches from the side. Also, females have smaller interpersonal distances than males do, although pairs of the same sex communicate across larger spaces than do pairs of males and females. The gender factor changes, however, in high-density situations such as crowded subways or elevators in the United States. As Maines observes, when people have some choice about where they stand or sit in crowded settings, they choose  people of the same sex.
As international travel and commerce increase, intercultural contact is becoming commonplace. Soon, perhaps, cultural differences in expectations for personal space will be as familiar to everyone as are cultural differences in food and dress. Until then, people need to make a special effort to learn one another’s expectations concerning personal space. Once people are sensitive to such matters, they will not go either away from or toward a person from another culture.
50. Judith Martin’s experience tells that interpersonal distance in social interaction is determined by _________.
A. personal preference                B. cultural background
   C. social awareness                  D. geographical features
51. According to Hall, ________.   
A. people are unaware that personal space contributes to communication
B. personal space in social interaction is used quite regularly
C. p eople show not enough interest in learning about interpersonal distances
D. he shared the idea that personal space affects communication
52. Which of the following can be implied from the first four paragraphs?
A. Judith Martin went to South America to explore about personal space.
B. Being unaware of interpersonal distance may lead to discomfort.
C. Nobody has ever noticed the existence of personal space decades.
D. People don’t like those who are trying to keep distance in communication.
53. We can infer that accepted interpersonal distance in the US is better shown among ________.
   A. subcultural groups          B. age groups
   C. racial groups              D. gender groups
54. By “they will not go either away from or toward a person from another culture”, the writer means __________.
A. people try their best to avoid embarrassment by knowing more about culture
B. People are always afraid that they might take a wrong step when talking
C. people can keep appropriate personal distance in communication
D. people will choose to approach the right person to ask about the culture thing
D
One of our biggest fears nowadays is that our kids might have spent too much time with electronic devices rather than experiencing the natural world. Fear-producing TV and computer games are leading to a serious disconnect between kids and the great outdoors, which will change the wild places of the world, its creatures and human health for the worse, unless adults get working on child’s play.
Each of us had a place in nature we go sometimes, even if it was torn down. We cannot be the last generation to have that place. At this rate, kids who miss the sense of wonder outdoors will not grow up to be protectors of natural landscapes. “If the decline in parks use continues across North America, who will defend parks against encroachment (蚕食)?” asks Richard Louv, author of Last Child in the Woods.
Without having a nature experience, kids can turn out just fine, but they are missing out a huge enrichment of their lives. That applies to everything from their physical health and mental health, to stress levels, creativity and cognitive (认知的) skills. Experts predict modern kids will have poorer health than their parents---and they say a lack of outside play is surely part of it; research suggests that kids do better academically in schools with a nature component and that play in nature fosters (培养) leadership. Even a tiny outdoor experience can create wonder in a child. The three-year-old turning over his first rock realizes he is not alone in  the world. A clump (丛) of trees on the roadside can be the whole universe in his eyes. We really need to value that more.
Kids are not to blame. They are over-protected and frightened. It is dangerous out there from time to time, but repetitive stress from computers is replacing breaking an arm as a childhood rite (仪式) of passage.
Everyone from developers to schools and outdoorsy citizens, should help regain for our kids some of the freedom and joy of exploring, taking friendship in fields and woods that strengthen love, respect and need for the landscape. As parents, we should devote some of our energies to taking our kids into nature. This could yet be our greatest cause.
55. According to Paragraph 2, the writer thinks that _________.
A. we are the last generation to experience nature
B. Richard Louv doesn’t defend parks against encroachment
C. without a nature experience, kids are missing lots of fun 
D. children should grow up to be protectors of nature
56. Which of the following is not listed as a reason for children being disconnected with nature?
A. The wild has been more dangerous than ever.
B. Parents are too protective of their children.
C. TV plays sometimes inspire fear into  children’s heart.
D. Many children are lost in the world of technology.
57. According to the passage, children without experiencing nature will _________.
A. keep a high sense of wonder
B. be over-protected by their parents
C. be less healthy both physically and mentally
D. change wild places and creatures for the better
58. According to the author, children’s breaking an arm is _________.
A. the fault on the part of their parents
B. the natural experience in their growing up
C. the result of their own carelessness in play
D. the effect of their repetitive stress from computers
59. In writing this passage, the author mainly intends to _________.
A. blame children for getting lost in computer games
B. encourage children to protect parks from encroachment
C. show his concern about children’s lack of experience in nature
D. inspire children to keep the sense of wonder about things around
60. Which of the following can be used as the title for the passage?
A. Too much play spoils a child
B. Getting closer to nature relieve stress
C. Outdoor activities build up character
D. Take kids to nature more often for their growth
第二节:下面文章中有5个段落需要添加首句(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首句,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. Leadership
B. Conflict Solving
C. Open Communication
D. Respect to All Team Members
E. Measuring Progress against Goals
F. Common Goals with Challenging Target
Team Building Means More Than Throwing a Few People Together
“Teamworking” is found every where within just about every organization. You can’t get away from “teams” that are supposed to be able to create something that is greater that the sum of its parts. Or so the theory goes.
There are five measures that need to be taken before you can get the most out of a team:
61._______
There must be a clear reason for the team to exist. And all the members should realize the value and significance of what they are going to do. What they are hoping to achieve should be something achievable but at the same time tough and inspiring enough to attract  the members and keep their motivation alive. What is more, they should also be well prepared for the possible difficulties they may come across in the process.
62.______
Team members must be able to express their opinions freely without fear of being criticized, and they must have the feeling that their suggestions will be taken seriously. This is an important point because the team may need to resolve some complex or thorny issues. For example, it may discuss a sensitive topic. Should they keep their conclusion within the team or share it with other employees? This is an issue in itself that all the members should agree on and frank discussion is required.
63._______
It is easy to think that a junior team member may have less to contribute than more experienced ones. This is not only demoralizing or discouraging, it also makes no sense ---- people that have nothing to contribute. Should not have been selected for the team in the first place. Since they have become members of your team, you need to make sure that each of them has an opportunity to add his or her thoughts to discussions.
64.________
Disagr eements are natural and, in fact, debate and discussion should be encouraged. A team made up only of “yes men” can make disastrous decisions that few people honestly agreed with in the first place. Consequently, there should be rules on how lengthy disagreements should be handled. For example, team meetings may not be the most appropriate place for a discussion that involves only two people, so “under-the-table” method may be effective.
65______
Most high-performing teams are well organized, A good organizer should be able to play to individuals’ strengths and help them overcome their weaknesses. It should be someone who can act as a promoter and a constant reminder of what the team needs to achieve. He must, above all, be skilled in sharing responsibility and setting tasks to others, coaching them to achieve tasks, and providing constructive feedback on how the tasks went.
Team building isn’t as simple as just throwing a few people together. It requires much more, but motivating people is most essential. Successful teamworking is not marked by how much progress the team makes toward its goals, but by how confidently each of its members completes his or her assigned tasks with a sense of achievement and pride.  
第Ⅱ卷
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:在缺词处加一个漏字符号(∧),并在其下面写上该加的词。
删除:把多余的词用斜线(﹨)划掉。
修改:在错的词下画一横线,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。
I used to going to the countryside to draw animals and plants. One day I was walking across a field looking for rabbits to draw. Lost in thought, I didn’t notice the bull running towards me. About 100 meters ahead was a tree under that I would sit and draw. Sudden, I heard a loud noise coming from behind me. I turned around and saw a bull. Knowing a bull could run much more  faster than a man, I quickly reached the tree and climb up. From there I saw the bull kicking me  food bag with its feet. It kept do  this for 15 minute  and then moved away. But I was quite nervous in the tree.
第二节:书面表达(满分30分)
如何理解“成功”,不同的人有不同的看法。请认真阅读下面的引语( quotation),按要求用英语写一篇短文。
“Success is the ability to go from one failure to another with no loss of enthusiasm."      - Sir Winston, Churchill
 内容要求:
1.你对该引语的理解:
2.你的相关经历:
3.恰当的结尾。
注意:
1.短文开头已给出,不计入总词数:
2.文中不能出现考生的具体信息:
3.词数:120左右。  
This quotation from Winston Churchill tells us that _____________.

2015学年第一学期第三次四校联考
高三英语答案
单项选择 1--20  ABCBA  ACCAA    DDCAB  BDDDB 
完形填空 21--40  BCBBA   BDACD    CACAB  DCABA 
阅读理解 41--45 BADCA    46--49 ADAB    50--54 BABDC   55--60 DACBCD 
61- 65. FCDBA
改错
I used to going (go) to the countryside to draw animals and plants. One day I was walking across a field looking (for) rabbits to draw. Lost in thought, I didn’t notice the (a) bull running towards me. About 100 meters ahead was a tree under that (which) I would sit and draw. Sudden,(Suddenly) I heard a loud noise coming from behind me. I turned around and saw a bull. Knowing a bull could run much mo\re (去掉) faster than a man, I quickly reached the tree and climb(climbed)up. From there I saw the bull kicking me (my) food bag with its feet. It kept do (doing) this for 15 minute (minutes) and then moved away. But I was quite nervous in the tree.
书面表达 One possible version
           This quotation from Winston Churchill tells us that we shouldn't get discouraged right after failures. Rather, we should keep trying with enthusiasm. Success consists in the ability to continue efforts through failures.
     At the age of twelve, I got a nice bike as a birthday gift. So excited was I that I couldn't wait to try my hand at riding it. However, it was harder than expected. The bike seemed too heavy and difficult to control. Worse still, I took many falls off the bike. I was about to give up when my father came and encouraged me to keep going. With more practice, I did better and better.  Looking back, I feel I wouldn't be able to ride a bike had I lost heart.
     Actually, we can't succeed in everything we try. What's important is that we should stick at it. 
出卷人 五中陈秀琴 (621420)审卷人 二中 程玲玲 (612058)
一、评分原则
1.本题总分为30分,按5个档次给分。
2.先根据文章的内容和语言初步确定其所属档次,然后以该档次的要求来衡量、确定或调
整,最后给分。
3.应注意的主要方面为:内容要点、应用词汇和语法结构的数量和准确性以及上下文的连
贯性。
4.词数少于100,从总分中酌情扣分,最多2分。
5.拼写与标点符号是语言准确性的一个方面,应视其对交际的影响程度予以考虑。英、美
拼写及词汇用法均可接受。
6.若书写较差,以至影响交际,将分数降低一个档次。

二、内容要点
1. 简要描述图中信息;
2. 说明原因(如忙于学习或工作、缺少共同话题……);
3. 谈谈你的看法。
三、各档次的给分范围和要求
第五档(25~30分)
完成试题规定的全部任务。
•覆盖所有内容要点;
•应用了较多的语法结构和词汇;
•语法结构或词汇方面有些许错误,但为尽量使用较复杂结构或较高级词汇所致;具备较强
的语言应用能力;
•有效地使用了语句间的连接成分 ,使全文结构紧凑。
完全达到了预期的写作目的。
第四档(19~24分)
完成试题规定的主要任务。
•虽漏掉一两个次重点,但覆盖所有主要内容;
•应用的语法结构和词汇能满足任务的要求;
•语法结构或词汇方面应用基本准确,些许错误主要是因尝试较复杂语法结构或词汇所致;
•应用简单的语句间连接成分,使全文结构紧凑。
达到了预期的写作目的。
第三档(13~18分)
完成试题规定的部分任务。
•虽漏掉一些内容,但覆盖部分主要内容;
•应用的语法结构和词汇能满足任务的要求;
•有一些语法结构或词汇方面的错误,但不影响理解;
•应用简单的语句间连接成分,使全文内容连贯。
整体而言,基本达到了预期的写作目的。
第二档(7~12分)
未恰当完成试题规定的任务。
•漏掉或未描述清楚一些主要内容,写了一些无关内容;
•语法结构单调、词汇有限;
•有一些语法结构或词汇方面的错误,影响了对写作内容的理解;
•较少使用语句间的连接成分,内容缺少连贯性。
信息未能清楚地传达给读者。
第一档(1~6分)
未完成试题规定的任务。
•明显遗漏主要内容,写了一些无关内容,原因可能是未理解试题要求;
•语法结构单调、词汇有限;
•较多语法结构或词汇方面的错误,影响对写作内容的理解;
•缺乏语句间的连接成分,内容不连贯。
信息未能传达给读者。 
0分
未能传达给读者任何信息:内容太少,无法评判;写的内容均与所要求内容无关或所写内容
无法看清。

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