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江苏省扬州中学2016届高三4月质量监测英语试题

扬州中学2016届高三4月质量检测
          英        语          2016.4
第一部分  听力(共两节,满分30分)
   做题时,先将答案标在试卷上。录音内容结束后,你将有两分钟的时间将试卷上的答案转涂到答题卡上。
第一节(共5个小题;每小题1分,满分5分)
     听下面5段对话。每段对话后有一个小题,从每题所给的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. Where are the speakers?
   A. At home.          B.In a restaurant.         C. In a hotel.
2• What does the boy mean?
   A. Nancy has left the TV on.                  B. He forgot to turn off the TV.
   C. Nancy remembered turning off the TV.
3 • What does the woman advise the man to do?
   A. Go to the post office.   B. Call the post office.   C. Contact the mail carrier.
4• Which word can best describe the man?
  A. Hardworking.     B. Dishonest.         C. Humorous.
5• What can we learn from the conversation?
   A. The man is unhappy.         B. The woman is very helpful.   
   C. Mr. Barkley is disappointed.
第二节(共15小题;每小题1分,满分15分)
    听下面5段对话或独白。每段对话或独白后有几个小题,从题中所给的A、B、c三个选项中选出最佳选项,并标在试卷的相应位置。听每段对话或独白前,你将有时间阅读各个小题,每小题5秒钟;听完后,各小题将给出5秒钟的做答时间。每段对话或独白读两遍。
听第6段材料,回答第6至7题。
6• Where are the woman's children studying?
  A. At a school nearby.      B. At a private school.      C. At a public school.
7• What can we learn about the woman?
  A. She is new here.         B. She works in a school.     C. She has lost her way.
8. What can we learn about Pamela?
  A. She must be the man's pet.        B. She must be the man's friend.
  C. She must be the man's daughter.
9. What did the man use to be?
  A. A doctor.      B. A boss.           C. A professor.
10. What is the man going to do?
   A. To board a train.   B. To get on an airplane.   C. To catch the early bus.
听第8段材料,回答第11至13题
11. What was the woman's original plan?
   A. To study in a law school.                 B. To work as a lawyer abroad. 
   C. To go abroad for further study.
12. Why did the woman change her mind?
   A. She found it was a trick to her.             B. She found it unwise to go abroad.
   C. She thought it would cost her too much.
13. What do the speakers decide to do?
 A. Keep in touch.     B. Have dinner today.      C. Make a call tonight.
听第9段材料,回答第14至16题
14. In what field does the woman want to work after graduation?
    A. Law.       B. Medicine.        C. Management.
15. What does the man think is the key to one's success?
    A.Interest.          B. Ambitions.      C.A backup plan.
16.What can we learn about the woman?
  A. She hasn't found a job up to now.          B. She has no ambition and feels down.
  C. She will accept her father's suggestion.
听第10段材料,回答第17至20题。
17.What is the first news headline about?
   A.Street violence.           B.Personal safety.       C.Student’s health.
18.Why did some parents gather at schools in Glasgow?
   A. To participate in school activities.        B. To call for better primary education.
   C. To prevent the close-down of schools.
19.What are the litter pickers doing?
   A. Collecting private rubbish.               B. Having a one-day break.   
   C. Cleaning up after themselves.
20. Which teams will play in the European Cup Final?
   A. AC Milan and Barcelona.               B. Barcelona and Liverpool. 
   C. Liverpool and AC Milan.

第二部分 英语知识运用 (共两节, 满分35分)
第一节  单项填空 (共15小题;每小题1分,满分15分)
请阅读下面各题,从题中所给的A、B、C、D四个选项中,选出最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。
21.Murdoch noted that US media are focusing on Xi’s upcoming state visit, from Tuesday to Friday, _______ Xi’s exchanges and interactions with all walks of life there.
   A. as far as     B. as long as    C. as well as    D. as much as
22. Yu needn’t be too concerned about what to wear to the party—it’s all _____ anyway, because you haven’t even been invited yet.
   A. academic    B. painful    C. physical    D. economical
23.Tony is really quick at taking notes in class, as almost every word his professor says ______ in his notebook.
   A. goes down    B. puts down     C. writes down    D. keeps down
24. The economy of the last quarter was much stronger than ______ predicted, driven by a rare increase in government spending.
   A. vaguely     B. randomly    C. consistently    D. originally
25. We had the feeling, somehow, _____ the revolution was right around the corner.
   A. which     B. that      C. what      D. when
26. ---Do you have any idea why Jenny left the firm?
   ---Probably, she _______ for a pay rise, but was turned down.
A. has held out      B. has been holding out    C. held out   D. holds out
27. Martin Luther King, Jr. put it that peace is not merely a distant goal that we seek, but a means ______ we arrive at that goal.
   A. that     B. where     C. by which    D. with which
28. ---What if he failed in the next monthly examination again?
   ----I don’t know. ________ heart and be reduced ________ the class?
A. Will he lose; not to attending       B. Did he lose; to not attending
C. Had he lost; not to attending        D. Would he lose; to not attending
29 ---Who won the election for mayor?
 ---A man ________ to represent every minority group in the city.
  A. claiming     B. claims     C. is claimed     D. having claimed
30. With several problems _____to be solved, we still need to hold another meeting as soon as possible.
A. remained      B. remaining     C remain       D having remained
31. People are ________ the use of alternative energy sources because the rate ________ we are now assuming fuels like gas and oil is shocking and they may run out one day.
A. wrestling with; by which             B. pushing for; at which   
C. catching up on; at which              D. accounting for; on which
32. Fundamental _______ computers are to ______ more industrial structure, heavy reliance on them may separate people in daily life and affect their interpersonal relationships.
A. as; develop   B. though; developing   C. although; developed D. because; develop
33. “China, with 56.6 million people living in the Internet connected homes, is now _____second only to the US”, _____leading online rating service reported Monday.
A. the; a            B./; a             C./; the           D.a; the
34. _____, I believe, and you will find the boy is very outgoing.
A. Having a talk with the student       B. One talk with the student
C. Given a talk with the student        D. If you have a talk with the student
35. ——Our flight is boarding now. We’ll have to part.
  ——Don’t feel sad. ______.
A. All that glitters is not gold           B. All roads lead to Rome
C.  All good things come to an end       D. A still tongue makes a wise head
第二节 完形填空 (共20小题;每小题1分,满分20分)
请认真阅读下面短文,从短文后各题所给的A、B、C、D四个选项中,选出最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。
Third Culture Kids
   As more cities and companies become increasing international, there is a growing number of children that are creating their own sub-culture. Often   36   to as TCKs (Third Culture Kids) or Global Nomads, these students have a(n)   37   impact on the global community.
So who are these Third Culture Kids? They are not a new phenomenon. As one looks   38    history, there is a realization that certain groups of people have led highly   39   lives, a key   40 
in describing TCKs. They often   41   their parents into another country and spend a significant part of his or her development years outside the parents’ culture. They are   42   to new cultures and to other people in the community who   43   move constantly. Their numbers   44   into the hundreds of thousands and are increasing. Ease of   45   and constant relocation of people through multinational companies and global business links contribute to this   46  .
  The question “Who am I?” is frequently asked by TCKs. They have   47   a host of cultural identities, and have built relationships to all the cultures,   48   not having full ownership of any. Although elements from each culture are absorbed into TCK’s life experience, the sense of   49   is in relationship to others of a similar background.  
   As you enter into the world of TCKs, one might suspect they are no   50  . But it is   51  , after spending only a short time with them, that they bring a deep knowledge from inside and a special ability to compare   52   and local issues. They represent many countries and cultures. They are the future cross-culturalists and   53   future politicians, diplomats, government employees and educators.
   They certainly experience a different lifestyle compared to their mono-cultural peers but we can benefit from their global and   54   lives. So, whatever one chooses to label the international students as ---TCKs, Global Nomads, or Global Souls ---we will gain unbelievable   55  .
36. A. submitted  B. appealed  C. subscribed   D. referred
37. A. tremendous  B. temporary  C. immediate   D. initial
38. A. down on  B. forward to  C. up to    D. back on
39. A. adventurous  B. mobile   C. civilized   D. primitive
40. A. factor   B. reason   C. cause    D. figure
41. A. accompany  B. divide   C. drive    D. invite
42. A. connected   B. exposed  C. addicted   D. committed
43. A. frequently  B. also   C. rarely    D. altogether
44. A. extend   B. burst   C. break    D. change
45. A. communication  B. travel   C. interaction   D. export
46. A. tradition  B. trend   C. option    D. shift
47. A. revealed  B. discovered  C. accumulated     D. accelerated
48. A. as    B. while   C. when    D. so
49. A. achievement  B. belonging  C. possessing   D. responsibility
50. A. exception  B. denying  C. doubtful   D. different
51. A. universal  B. vital   C. clear    D. essential
52. A. international  B. updated  C. complicated  D. specific
53. A. luckily   B. hopefully  C. necessarily   D. generally
54. A. professional  B. spiritual  C. material   D. colorful
55. A. awards   B. rewards  C. popularity   D. success
第三部分 阅读理解 (共15小题;每小题2分,满分30分)
请认真阅读下列短文,从短文后各题所给的A、B、C、D四个选项中,选出最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。
                                     A
All hotels redecorate regularly.However,very few do it as frequently as Sweden’s Icehotel. As the name indicates,the hotel that is located in the remote village of Jukkasjarvi,is built entirely from ice and,therefore,has to be rebuilt annually! The 26th version of Icehotel,which welcomed its first visitors on December 11th,features 69 rooms.To make them affordable for everyone,they range from expensive luxury suites to basic accommodations.
Among this year’s unique suite offerings is the“Elephant in the Room”,which features a massive 3-m tall sculpted African elephant overlooking an ice—framed bed.The“Counting Sheep”suite features frozen sheep that may help those who don’t sleep well get a good night’s rest. Though the atmosphere between the luxury suites and the budget rooms may differ,they are all subject to the bone-chilling-5℃ temperatures.To get a good night’s rest guests have to lie inside sleeping bags and keep their gloves and hats on.Though that seems a little uncomfortable,visitors say it is an experience like none other.
The hotel also features a beautifully crafted ice church where over 100 couples will get married this year and an Ice Bar that will serve drinks in ice glasses.Though dining options are limited to the hotel’s only restaurant,guests will have little to complain about with Michelin—trained chef Alexander Meier.To keep customers entertained,the hotel offers a variety of fun activities like snowshoeing,moose or snowmobile safaris,dog sledding,and even overnight wilderness camping.
The 26-year-•old tradition began accidentally in 1989 when locals organized an art exhibition to draw winter visitors to the remote village that lies 200 km north of the Arctic Circle.Among the many tourists was an adventurous group and they announced their intention of spending the night in the place where the exhibition was being held.That’s when the idea of building the icy accommodations dawned on the locals.
56.Why is Sweden’s Icehotel rebuilt every year?
A.It needs more rooms.         B.It is entirely built from ice.
C.It follows old traditions.       D.It can be easily decorated.
57.What is unique about the hotel this year?
A.It opens earlier than ever before.  B.More expensive rooms are available.
C.Room prices are more affordable.  D.Some rooms have theme sculptures.
58.What can be inferred about the hotel in Paragraph 3?
A.Its service needs improving.   B.Its activities may be boring.
C.It tries to appeal to customers.  D.Its food is not delicious at a11.
B
Books, Films and Plays
  The novelist’s medium is the written word, one might almost say the printed word. Typically the novel is consumed by a silent, individual reader, who may be anywhere at the time. The paperback novel is still the cheapest, most portable and adaptable form of narrative entertainment. It is limited to a single channel of information---writing. The narrative can go, effortlessly, anywhere: into space, people’s head, palaces, prisons and pyramids, without any consideration of cost or practical possibility. In determining the shape and content of his narrative, the writer is restricted by nothing except purely artistic criteria. The novelist keeps absolute control over his text until it is published and received by the audience. He may be advised by his editor to revise his text, but if the writer refused to meet this condition no one would be surprised. It is not unknown for a well-established novelist to deliver his or her manuscript(手稿) and expect the publisher to print it exactly as written.
However, not even the most well-established playwright or screenplay writer would submit a script and expect it to be performed without any rewriting. This is because plays and motion pictures are cooperative forms of narrative, using more than one channel of communication.
The production of a stage play involves, as well as the words of the author, the physical presence of the actors, their voices and gestures, the “set” and possibly music. Although the script is the essential basis of both stage play and film, it is a basis for subsequent revision negotiated between the writer and the other creative people involved. They are given “approval” of the choice of director and actors and have the right to attend rehearsals(排演), during which period they may undertake more rewriting work. In the case of the screenplay, the writer may have little or no control over the final form of his work. Contracts for the production of plays protect the rights of authors in this respect.
In film or television work, on the other hand, the screenplay writer has no contractual right to this degree of consultation. While the script is going through its various drafts, the writer is in the driver’s seat, although sometimes receiving criticism from the producer and the director. But once the production is under way, artistic control over the project tends to pass to the director. This is a fact overlooked by most journalistic critics of television drama, who tend(unlike film critics) to give all the credit or blame for success or failure of a production to the writer and actors, ignoring the contribution, for good or ill, of the director.
59. Where might you find the passage?
A. In a textbook.      B. In a movie magazine. 
C. In a travelling brochure.    D. In a shopping guide.
60. Which of these subtitles would be most appropriate?
A. Why does the future look good for writers of books, plays and films?
B. What do audiences want from these three forms of entertainment?
C. How do these forms of media compare for their producers?
D. What benefit can we get from these forms of media?
61. Why can the novelist expect the publisher to print the manuscript exactly as written?
A. Because the novelist keeps absolute control over his text.
B. Because the paperback novel is most portable and adaptable.
C. Because the novel is limited to a single channel of information---writing.
D. Because the novelist is seldom advised by editors to revise the text.
62. Which of the following statements is True according to the passage?
A. Playwrights envy the simplicity of the novelist’s work.
B. Experience in the theatre improves the work of screenplay writers.
C. Screenplay writers usually have the final say in how a TV drama will turn out.
D. Playwrights are frequently involved in revising their work.
63. What can be implied from the last sentence of the passage?
A. TV critics often blame the wrong people for the failure of a program.
B. The director is a determining factor in the future of a television drama.
C. Few people know that the screenplay writer is often criticized by the director.
D. It is urgent for the film critics to realize their mistakes.
                                      C
In her new book, “The Smartest Kids in the World,” Amanda Ripley, an investigative journalist, tells the story of Tom, a high-school student from Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, who decides to spend his senior year in Warsaw, Poland. Poland is a surprising educational success story: in the past decade, the country raised students’ test scores from significantly below average to well above it. Polish kids have now outscored(超过……分数) American kids in math and science, even though Poland spends, on average, less than half as much per student as the United States does. One of the most striking differences between the high school Tom attended in Gettysburg and the one he ends up at in Warsaw is that the latter has no football team, or, for that matter, teams of any kind.
That American high schools waste more time and money on sports than on math is an old complaint. This is not a matter of how any given student who plays sports does in school, but of the culture and its priorities. This December, when the latest Program for International Student Assessment(PISA) results are announced, it’s safe to predict that American high-school students will once again display their limited skills in math and reading, outscored not just by students in Poland but also by students in places like South Korea, Belgium, the Netherlands, Finland, Singapore, and Japan. Meanwhile, they will have played some very exciting football games, which will have been breathlessly written up in their hometown papers.
Why does this situation continue? Well, for one thing, kids like it. And for another, according to Ripley, parents seem to like the arrangement, too. She describes a tour she took of a school in Washington D.C., which costs thirty thousand dollars a year. The tour leader—a mother with three children in the school—was asked about the school’s flaws(暇疵). When she said that the math program was weak, none of the parents taking the tour reacted. When she said that the football program was weak, the parents suddenly became concerned. “Really?” one of them asked worriedly, “What do you mean?”
One of the ironies(讽刺) of the situation is that sports reveal what is possible. American kids’ performance on the field shows just how well they can do when expectations are high. It’s too bad that their test scores show the same thing. 
64. According to Paragraph 2, we know that _______.
   A. too much importance is placed on sports in America
   B. little time is spent on sports in Japanese schools
   C. American high schools complain about sports time
   D. PISA plays a very important role in America
65. The underlined sentence in the last paragraph means _______.
   A. American students’ academic performance worries their parents a lot
   B. high expectations push up American students’ academic performance
   C. low expectations result in American students’ poor PISA performance
   D. lacking practice contributes to American students’ average performance
66. The purpose of this article is to _______.
   A. draw public attention to a weakness in American school tradition
   B. call on American schools to learn from the Polish model
   C. compare Polish schools with those in America
   D. explain what is wrong with American schools and provide solutions
                                      D
Jane arrives at Thornfield, having been met at the George Inn. Mrs. Fairfax confuses her a little at first, because she is so informal and welcoming. But in due course Jane discovers that Mrs. Fairfax is the housekeeper.
 Jane’s pupil, Adele Varens, is the eight-year-old French child under the legal protection of Mr. Edward Rochester, the owner of the house. (We learn later that her mother had claimed she was his illegitimate daughter. Mr. Rochester is not convinced by this claim, but felt he could not leave the little girl poor when her mother died.)
 Adele is a pleasant little girl, even if she is not a particularly eager student. Life goes on very peacefully for three months, until the return of Mr. Rochester. Jane first meets him on his horse, and her description of him is quite fanciful. He takes a fall and Jane helps him, although she does not know who he is until they are both back at Thornfield.
 It is obvious to the reader, although not to Jane, that the reason why Mr. Rochester stays at Thornfield much longer than usual is that he finds her company enjoyable. Jane, unknowingly at first, falls in love with him. Their closeness is very apparent. There is something about Thornfield that is mysterious. Jane is encouraged to focus her attention on the servant Grace Poole, who is Mr. Rochester’s mad wife Bertha Mason’s keeper at Thornfield, and whose drunken carelessness frequently allows Bertha to escape and do something violent.
 It is clear to the reader, though, that Mr. Rochester’s emotional engagement is immense. When his bed is set on fire, Jane rescues him, but does not understand why the matter is not pursued, despite Mr. Rochester assuring her the criminal is Grace. The next morning Grace behaves as though she has done nothing wrong.
 Eventually, Mr. Rochester leaves, to go to a house party. He brings everyone at the party back with him, transforming the atmosphere in the house, and delighting Adele. One of the guests is Blanche Ingram, whom Mr. Rochester is confidently expected to marry. However, it is clear from the way she is portrayed in the book that she is too proud; our sympathies are not with her.
 Mr. Rochester is called away from the house, and when he returns he chooses to play the role of a fortune teller. It is clear to the reader that one of his motives is to try to turn Blanche against the idea of marriage to him. While he has clearly bothered her, he is unsuccessful.
 One afternoon, Jane hears that her cousin John Reed is dead and Mrs. Reed, who is probably on her deathbed, has been asking for her. With strict instructions from Mr. Rochester to return quickly, she sets off to Gateshead. On arrival, she realizes she no longer hates her cousins. However, Mrs. Reed is still bitter towards her, owing to the fact that Jane’s mother was Mr Reed’s favourite sister and this resulted in him apparently favouring Jane over his own children.
 A short time later, Mrs. Reed gives Jane a letter from her uncle, John Eyre, that was written three years earlier. It explains how he planned to adopt Jane and allow her to inherit his fortune. Mrs. Reed never handed the letter over because of her bitterness. Jane tries once more to seek reconciliation (和解), but without success; her aunt dies that night.
67. Who does the underlined word “she” in Paragraph 1 refer to?
 A. Jane.    B. Mrs. Fairfax.  C. Adele Varens.  D. Grace Poole.
68. The story of Adele Varens mainly indicates that ______.
 A. women have a low social status   B. Mr. Rochester is sympathetic
 C. Mr. Rochester is irresponsible    D. girls are often abandoned by their parents
69. Which of the following is true according to the passage?
 A. Mr. Rochester expects Blanche to marry him.
 B. Mr. Rochester plays the role of a fortune teller to attract Jane.
C. Jane and Mr. Rochester enjoy each other’s company in Thornfield.
 D. Grace Poole often gets drunk and does something violent.
70. Why is Mrs. Reed bitter towards Jane?
  A. Because Jane inherited Mr. Reed’s fortune.
  B. Because Jane didn’t get along well with her cousins.
  C. Because Jane’s mother was more beautiful than Mrs. Reed.
  D. Because Mr. Reed loved Jane more than his own children.

第II卷(两部分, 共35分)
第四部分 任务型阅读(共10小题;每小题1分,满分10分)
请认真阅读下面短文,并根据所读内容在文章后表格中的空格里填入一个最恰当的单词。 注意:请将答案写在答题卡上相应题号的横线上。每个空格只填一个单词。
What is eco­fashion?Eco-fashion is about making clothes that take into account the environment, the health of consumers and the working conditions of people in the fashion industry.  It is a complex phenomenon and the common use of the fashionable terms—‘ecological’ and ‘ethical’.Ecological fashion usually refers to textile (织物) and clothing production processes and the environmental issues surrounding them;ethical fashion generally relates to the working conditions involved in the producing processes.
What are the problems with fashion?A closer look at the fashion industry points out many problems that are common practices in the creation of our fashions from the field to the factory. Firstly,the production of textiles pollutes the environment heavily. Cotton­planting uses pesticides;sheep­farming and wool­cleaning contribute to global warming;synthetics­making (人造纤维生产) brings about waste which does harm to our environment. Secondly,every stage of clothing production has a significant effect on the environment. They all use a great deal of energy,and some also involve chemicals which evidently do harm to the surroundings. In addition to this,there is a lot of waste produced in the process,especially in the form of polluted water. Thirdly,growing consumption levels and our shopping habits further worsen the bad effects. We are now buying clothes in increasing quantities without realizing the scale on which it affects natural environment,and we are also quick to throw away clothes that have been worn only a couple of times.
Then,how to solve the problems? Other industries that design products are ahead of the fashion industry when it comes to choosing sustainable materials, designing for minimum waste, choosing energy efficient manufacturing and creating products for longevity. The fashion industry has been slow to adopt these changes and part of the problem is the very nature of fashion. To a large degree,it is the fashion producers that really have the power and the responsibility to shape our future. There are numerous ways in which these producers can reduce their ecological footprint,from switching to green energy and reducing energy use,through selecting sustainable materials and choosing local suppliers,to recycle and minimize waste. On the other hand,as consumers we can all make contributions by selecting environmentally friendly clothing and reducing clothing consumption.
There is some concern that eco-friendly fashions are just a trend that we will eventually grow tired of but we can make sure that doesn't happen. Now many people are beginning to shop for organic food products because the benefits of eating food free of chemicals are straightforward and immediate. They relate directly to our personal health. In fact, choosing eco­fashion can also contribute to our personal health, though it is mostly done by way of keeping the health of the planet.
                   Why choose eco-fashion?
 71  of fashion Ecological
 Textile & clothing production processes;
Issues related to   72 
 Ethical
 Working   73   involved

Problems with fashion 
Textile   74 
 Cotton-planting: use of pesticides;
Sheep­farming & wool­cleaning: global warming;
Synthetics-making:   75   waste
 Clothing production
 Producing a lot of waste;
Using chemicals;
  76   a great deal of energy
 Consumption levels & shopping habits
 New clothes: bought in increasing quantities
Old clothes:   77   away quickly

  78   to problems
 
Fashion producers
 Ways to recycle and   79   waste:
Switching to green energy;
Reducing energy use;
Selecting sustainable materials;
Choosing local suppliers
 ___80__
 Selecting environmentally friendly clothing
Reducing clothing consumption
            Choosing eco­fashion can contribute to our personal health.

第二节  书面表达

请观察所给的图画并根据你对该图画的理解写一篇英语短文,内容包括:
(1)简要描述图片,并说明该图片所揭露的现象;
(2)分析造成该现象的原因(至少两点);
(3)提出自己的看法。
要求:1. 词数150左右。开头已经给出,不计入词数。
2. 文章中不得提及考生所在学校及本人姓名。
The Internet has long been regarded as a wonderful tool that allows students to gain insight to useful resources and information. However, this is not always the case.

扬州中学2016届4月质量检测 高三英语参考答案
听力:1-5 CABCA     6-10 BAABB  11-15 CBACA     16-20 ABCBC
单选题:21-25 CAADB    26-30CCDAB   31-35 BBBBC
完形填空:36-40 DADBA   41-45 ABBAB   46-50 BCBBD    51-55 CABAB
阅读理解:56-58 BDC  59-63 ACCDA  64-66 ACA   67-70 BBCD
任务型阅读:
71. Aspects      72. environment    73. conditions    74. production  75. harmful 
76. Consuming/using   77. thrown     78. Solutions    79. minimize   80. Consumers
书面表达参考范文:

As is vividly shown in the picture, a boy is happy with the fact that he can depend on the Internet to finish tasks without any difficulty. It mirrors a common phenomenon. Nowadays, students tend to make use of the Internet to gain information they need.
There are some reasons accounting for it. To begin with, students find it convenient to surf the Internet for useful information, where problems can be solved with the help of several clicks. What’s more, there’s no doubt that the pressure to succeed also causes students to turn to computers for accurate answers. As a result, it’s likely that students will lose interest in studying, which is not beneficial to their overall development.
In my opinion, measures must be taken to solve the problem. Firstly, it is vital that students gain confidence in themselves and their abilities while doing tasks. Besides, what teachers and parents should do is encourage students to be creative. Finally, doing tasks independently is of great significance.

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