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2008—2009 学年度黑龙江哈尔滨市第九中学高三英语上学期第一次

月考

第一卷(满分 110 分)

第一部分:听力理解(共两节,满分 30 分)

第一节(共 5 小题;每小题 1.5 分,满分 7.5 分)

听下面 5 段对话。每段对话后有一道小题,从每题所给的 A、B、

C 三个选项中选出最佳选项。听完每段对话后,你将有 10 秒钟的时

间来回答有关小题和阅读下一小题。每段对话你将听一遍。

1.When did the woman lose her keys according to the man?

A.When they were shopping.

B.When they had dinner together.

C.When the woman paid the bill.

2.Where did the conversation most likely take place?

A.At a railway ticket office.

B.ON Platform 3.

C.In the waiting room of a railway station.

3.What will the man do immediately?

A.He will kick the ball back.

B.He will put the dishes in the dish-washer.

C.He will rather lie and rest.

4.How does the woman feel about having fish for breakfast?

A.It’s unusual.

B.It’s hard for her to accept it.

C.She likes it because she has never tried it before.

5.What does the man mean?

A.The post office is closed for an hour.

B.He doesn’t have anything to mail.

C.It’s too soon to go back there.

第二节(共 15 小题;每小题 1.5 分,满分 22.5 分)

听下面 5 段对话或独白。每段对话或独白后有几道小题,从每题

所给的 A、B、C 三个选项中选出最佳选项。听每段对话或独白前,

你将有 5 秒钟时间阅读每小题。听完后,每小题将给出 5 秒钟的作

答时间。每段对话或独白你将听两遍。

听第 6 段材料,回答第 6、7 题。

6.What is the most probable relationship between the two speakers?

A.Classmates.

B.Teacher and student.

C.Wife and

husband.

7.Why will they take their raincoats?

A.Because the weatherman says there’s a rain around noon.

B.Because there’s some sign that means rain in the sky.

C.Because they think everything is possible.

听第 7 段材料,回答第 8 至 10 题。

8.Where did the woman go last month?

A.American.

B.Amazon.

C.Asia.

9.What is the woman doing?

A.Preparing for a trip.

B . Selling her article.

C.Writing an article.

10.How many articles have been sold out?

A.About a dozen.

B . Over a doze2n.

C.Half a dozen. 听第 8 段材料,回答第 11 至 13 题。 11.What are the two speakers talking about?
A.The woman’s school.

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B.The woman’s famil9y.

C.The woman’s plan.

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12.What will the woman most probably do in the end?

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A.She will go to college.

B.She will become an actress.

C.She will become a singer.

13.What can we learn from what Mekanika said?

A.She is a middle school student.

B.She is a woman of character.

C.She is a good actress.

听第 9 段材料,回答第 14 至 17 题。

14.Which exercise does Brad most enjoy doing?

A.Aerobics.

B.Running

C.Weight lifting.

15.How often is Brad going to exercise to start with?

A.Once a week.

B . Twice a week.

C.Three times a week.

16.What kind of exercise is Brad going to do?

A.Aerobics.

B.Aerobics and weight lifting.

C.Running and aerobics.

17.What else does Brad need to do for the exercise class?

A.Take less food and drink after the exercise.

B.Stop eating pizza and hamburger.

C.Prepare some running shoes.

听第 10 段材料,回答第 18 至 20 题。

18.Why did people try to build the canal according to the passage?

A.Labor was cheap.

B.The railroad could not be completed.

C.Gold was discovered in California.

19.What caused the French to stop the construction?

A.The loss of machinery.

B . The financial problem.

C.The diseases.

20.Why did the Americans succeed in building the canal?

A.They were able to control the diseases.

B.They had bought the land.

C.Their machines were better.

第二部分:知识运用(共两节,满分 45 分)

第一节 单项填空(共 15 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 15 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

21.I suggested that the cheat______ into prison.

A.referred to being put

B.referred be put

C.referred to be put

D.referred should be put

22.Be confident my boy, _____ you are born rich or poor.

A.if

B.that

C.which

D.whether

23 . Some students often listen to music______ classes to refresh

themselves.

A.between

B.among C . over

D.during

24.Last month, part of Southeast Asia was struck by flood, from _____

effects the people are still suffering.

A.that

B.whose C.those

D.what

25.The country ____ a foreign currency shortage for several months.

A.passed B.went

C.experienced

D.lived

26.Our weather has been ______ warm.

A.mostly

B.most

C . almost

D.nearly

27.______ and happy, Tony stood up and accepted the prize.

A.Surprising

B.Surprised

C . Being

surprised

D.To be surprising

28.I don’t want you simply to promise me _____ that you’ll be good.

A.in a word

B.in word

C.in the word

D.in so many words

29.One of the consequences of our planet’s being warming up is

a(n)____ in the number of natural disasters.

A.increase

B.result

C . account

D.reason

30.Now a lot of new technology can ____ problems in industry.

A.be applied to solving

B.be applied to solve

C.apply to solve

D.apply to solving

31.----Mum, what did your doctor say?

----- He advised me to live _____ the air is fresher.

A.in where B.in which C.the place where D.where

32.He isn’t content with his wealth, for he thinks many people are much

____ than he is.

A.badly off B.well off C.better off D.worse off

33.He abused at a tourist; ____, he refused to apologize.

A.making things bad

B.making things worse

C.to make things bad

D.to make things worse

34.Life is tough in the city. In order to lose their ____, some people

drink alcohol.

A.temper B.pressures

C . consciousness

D.mood

35.Our hostess went ___ to make sure we were comfortable.

A.to great pains

B.great trouble C . to great

length

D.great difficulty

36.I think you should end it ____ it is too late, or you may be sorry

about it later.

A.when

B.before C.after

D.until

37. _____ in the regulations that you should not tell other people the

password of your e-mail account.

A.What is required

B.It requires

C . It is

required

D.What requires

38.Mr. Gong, who is in poor health, ______ such a hard life.

A.is not suit to living

B.isn’t suit to live

C.isn’t suited to living

D.isn’t suited to live

39.A taxi pulled _____ at the school gate when I was waiting for a

friend.

A.on

B.off

C.out

D.up

40.He lived in poverty, and he couldn’t help_____.

A.so

B.it

C.that

D.such

41.She is _____ sort of woman who likes to be very much in ____

evidence.

A.a, /

B.the, /

C.the, an D.a, the

42. Would you please be more patient to tell us about this case_____?

A.in all

B.in general

C . in detail

D.in common

43.Drivers will do a better job when they ______ obstacles, and know

what threats to expect.

A.have an eye to

B.have an eye on

C.keep an eye out for

D.have an eye for

44.It’s quite ____me why such things have been allowed to happen.

A.against B.behind C.for

D.beyond

45.Apart from his lectures at Woolwich, he ___a course of lectures on

the horse at Guy’s Hospital next week.

A.has delivered

B . will be

delivering

C.is delivering

D.is to deliver

46.All the teachers agreed that, ______ possible, students should learn

to read in their own way.

A.wherever

B



somewhere

C.everywhere

D.nowhere

47.----I haven’t seen Lily for a long time. What is she doing?

----- She is ______ in writing a novel.

A.attracted B.included C.occupied D.set

48.You spend more money in playing online games than you_______.

A.buy books

B.do buying books C . buying

books D.do to buy

49.At six every evening she_____ whatever she was doing to tell the

children a story.

A.laid in B.laid off C.laid down D.laid aside

50.She wanted the comfort of a large car and the low cost of a small one,

so she bought a size in

between the two ______.

A.for compromise

B.as a compromise

C.as compromise

D.for a compromise

第二节 完形填空(共 20 小题;每小题 1.5 分,满分 30 分)

阅读下面短文,掌握其大意,从每题所给的 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。

We all have dreams. Yet so few of us realize them. Often, a dream

dies as quickly as it is born 51 we lack the confidence to keep it.

When I was old enough, I realized that society puts a high 52 on youth,

beauty and intellectual achievement. This discovery gave me some idea

to 53 my dream.

I know beauty is something I will never have. But I didn’t see it as

something 54 because it forced me to concentrate my energy to develop my 55 qualities. What people see in the handicapped(残

疾)is only their 56 of being handicapped. People are not impressed

with the ability that lies 57 every handicapped person.

My dream was 58 . I dreamed of becoming a typist. The

employment field was a highly 59 place. It gave not only

competition to a handicapped job – seeker but also the unfriendly

treatment from the 60 strong and healthy. They see the handicapped

as the back row of 61 .

However, I 62 to sit in the back row. I decided to take a course.

When I handed application form to the interviewer, she looked at me and

advised me to 63 my choice from typing. But I was 64 to stay

with it. She accepted me.

On the fifth month of the six-month course, five students were

chosen to do some copy typing. I was one of them. I was very 65

and finished half of the work given to us all. More work came to me after

this test. I could see quite clearly the way to 66 my dream. I became

a typist in one of the offices immediately after my graduation. I did not

67 starting at the bottom of the ladder. Being a 68 was just the

beginning. Having achieved one dream, I set out to achieve others. There

was no easy task. But the sacrifice proved 69 .

Dreamers should keep reaching out for their dreams, 70 what the

pain, until they get what they want in life. 51.A.even if B.because C.although D.unless

52.A.standard B.view

C.value

D.measure

53.A.develop B.realize 54.A.favorable B.unusual 55.A.other B.special

C.keep 2

C.beneficia0l

C.unique

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2 , 4

D.have D.bad D.outstanding

56.A.pain

B.misfortune C.appearan0ce, D.sufferings

57.A.outside B.inside

C.beyond 9 6 D.beside

58.A.fantastic B.complicated C.acceptab1le D.simple

59.A.competitive

B.valuable0 C . mysterious

D.adventurous

60.A.originally B.extremely C.physically D.fortunately

61.A. seats B.society C.jobs

D.community

62.A.had

B.continued C.meant

D.refused

63.A.change B.ignore C.confirm D.prevent

64.A.willing B.reluctant C.determined D.glad

65.A.happy B.efficient C.developing D.excited

66.A.achieving B.changing C.developing D.enjoying

67.A.avoid B.risk 68.A.officer B.ladder

C.consider D.mind

C.typist

D.dreamer

69.A.disappointing

B.rewarding C . encouraging

D.satisfying

70.A.no sooner B.no wonder C.no longer D.no matter

第三部分:阅读理解(共 20 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 40 分)

阅读下列短文,从每题所给的 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

We were driving in the right lane when, all of a sudden, a black car

jumped out of a parking space right in front of us. My taxi driver

slammed on his brakes, skidded, and missed the other car’s back end by

just inches! The driver of the other car, the guy who almost caused a big

accident, turned his head angrily and started yelling bad words at us.

My taxi driver just smiled and waved at the guy. And I mean , he

was friendly. So, I said, “Why did you just do that? This guy almost

ruined your car and sent us to the hospital!” And this was what my taxi

driver told me which, I call, ‘The Law of the Garbage Truck.’

Many people are like garbage trucks. They run around full of

garbage, full of frustration, full of anger, and full of disappointment. As their garbage piles up, they need a place to dump(倾卸) it. And if you

let them, they’ll dump it on you. When someone wants to dump on you,

don’t take it personally. You just smile, wave, wish them well, and move

on. You’ll be happy you did.

So this was it: “The Law of the Garbage Truck.” I started thinking,

how often do I let Garbage Trucks run right over me? And how often do

I take their garbage and spread it to other people: at work, at home, on

the streets? It was that day I said, “I’m not going to do it anymore.”

I began to see garbage trucks. I see the load they’re carrying. I see

them coming to drop it off. And like my Taxi Driver, I don’t make it a

personal thing; I just smile, wave, and move on.

Good leaders know they have to be ready for their next meeting.

Good parents know that they have to welcome their children home from

school with hugs and kisses. What about you? The mark of a successful

person is how quickly they can get back their focus on what’s important.

71.The driver of the black car got angry because

.

A.he couldn’t control his car B.he was in a bad mood

C.he met with a garbage truck D.the taxi driver made a mistake

72.Who acted like a garbage truck in the incident described in the first

two paragraphs?

A.The writer.

B.The taxi driver.

C.The black car driver.

D.None of them.

73.The sentence “You’ll be happy you did” at the end of the 3rd

paragraph means you’ll

.

A.be as happy as you used to be

B.be as happy as

you expected

C.be happy though you were not

D.be happy that

you did as I say

74.When the writer said “I’m not going to do it anymore”, he meant he’d

no longer

.

A.see garbage trucks

B.have garbage dumped on him

C.dump garbage on others D.be a garbage truck himself

75.What is the main idea of the last paragraph?

A.Ignore unpleasantness and stick to your tasks.

B.Try to be good leaders as well as good parents.

C.Always be kind an hard-working

D.Do things quickly so as to be ready for the next.

B

A new study released(发布) by the Center for Disease Control (CDC)

indicates that adults in US are not getting enough rest each night,

according to media reports Friday.

Of those questioned, 70 percent said they had not gotten enough rest

or sleep every day of the past month.

The study, which surveyed adults in Delaware, Hawaii, New York

and Rhode Island, found that a lack of sleep is a particular problem for

younger adults.

Of those between 18 and 34, 13.3 percent lacked enough sleep every

day, compared to 7.3 percent of adults over 55.

However, the study did not find much difference between races or

sexes.

The National Sleep Foundation says that most adults need 7 to 9

hours of sleep every night.

An estimated (评估的) 50 to 70 million people suffer from

constant sleep loss or sleep disorders, according to CDC, though people

often do not understand that lack of sleep can cause health problems.

But there is some good news: retirement is apparently good for your

sleep habits. The CDC found that those who are no longer working are

twice as likely to report that they get a full night’s sleep.

Sleep patterns can be influenced by what kinds of jobs people have,

and even where they live. People who lived in Hawaii apparently got

more sleep than those in the other three states studied, the study found,

Lifestyle choices, such as late-night television watching, Internet surfing,

or caffeine intake(咖啡因摄入), can also affect sleep patterns, the study

said.

76.Which of the following is not the cause of one’s sleep loss according

to the study?

A



Where

one

lives.

B.One’s lifestyle choices.

C.The difference in age.

D.Races and sexes.

77.Which of the statements is true based on the above passage?

A.The lack of sleep can cause health problems.

B.Retired people have more problems with sleep.

C.One’s job does not affect one’s sleep.

D.70 percent of the people in the surveyed states lack sleep.

78.How many factors mentioned in the passage affect people’s sleep

patterns?

A.2.

B.3.

C.4. D.5.

C

Taking care of unsolved issues of the past will free you to move

ahead with confidence.

The final step toward putting your past behind so that you can reach for

what’s possible is

tying up your loose ends. Loose ends are the unsolved relationships that

keep you from

sleeping worry free at night. You have a loose end if there’s someone

you don’t want to run

into on a first date or at work. You have a loose end if there’s someone

you don’t want to sit

next to at a holiday dinner. Loose ends are distracting and have an

amazing way of biting

you in the bottom at the worst times.

How to Tie up Your Loose Ends

1.Identify the five people with whom you have the most unsolved

issues. These could be past relationships, employers, business partners,

friends, family, or co-workers.

2.Contact each of these five loose ends. Invite each separately to the

coffee shop or some other non-threatening, non-alcohol environment.

Tell each one that you want to apologize for allowing things to get

crossways between you. Some may doubt your intentions, but tell them

that you sincerely feel it’s time to clear the air. Ask those who agree to

meet to write down any ways they think you wronged them, and you do

the same. Tell them to bring this list to your get-together.

3.Show up on time and thank each for being forgiving enough to

meet with you. Be an adult here-finger pointing only tears people apart.

Remember, your experience may be - and most likely is - totally

different from his. Listen to each issue each of them raises and try to see

it from their perspectives(视角). Don’t interrupt them when they are

sharing. Seek to understand why they have bad feelings toward you.

Apologize for each thing they think you did to wrong them (even if you

don’t completely agree with his view of the situation).

After you tie up your first loose end, you’ll want to solve them all.

This is hard to explain until you have done it; but once you do, you’ll

know what I mean. I learned so much about myself by tying up my loose

ends. Most of all, I think this process helped me become a more

understanding and patient friend.

79.According to the passage, a “loose end” might be caused by someone

________.

A.who keeps you sleeping soundly

B.who helps put

your past behind

C.who has different life experiences

D . who prevents

you from going forward

80.By telling his own experience in the last paragraph, the author

intends to ________.

A.learn more about himself B.describe his own personality

C.make his point clearer

D.tell something hard to explain

81.The general tone(语气) of the language in the passage is _________.

A.disappointing

B.exciting C . critical

D.encouraging

82.The text is mainly written to tell us __________.

A.how to free ourselves from unsolved problems

B.how to stay away from unsettled problems

C.when to make an apology to others

D.why to forgive others who wronged us

D

Prison Break is a huge hit thanks to its handsome star, Wentworth

Miller. His character, Michael Scofield, is the engine that drives the

show.

Having committed a crime to get into prison and break out with his

innocent brother, Michael Scofield is one of the most interesting

personalities on TV today. But what about the man behind the character?

Miller,35, is a hard guy to figure out. He does not come from a

normal background and has never lived his life in a typical way.

Miller didn’t take direct path to fame and fortune. He graduated

from Princeton University in 1995, not with a degree in theatre of film,

but in English. He didn’t even act when he was in college. His only

performance experience was in his university’s singing group. Yet , at

graduation Miller still decided to make the move to Hollywood.

Miller has always been different. Although he is American, he was

in Britain when his father was studying there. His family background is

also a special mix of cultures. “My father is black and my mother is

white. That means I have always been caught in the middle. I could be

either one, which can make you feel out of place,” Miller says.

Following his unusual path, Miller did not start trying out for films

and TV shows when he first went to Hollywood. Instead, he worked as a

lowly production assistant. Not what you would expect from a Princeton

graduate. However, it all paid off for Miller in the end.

In 2002, Miller played a role in the drama Dinotopia(《恐龙帝国》).

He starred as a thoughtful and shy man. Producers remembered his

performance when they were casting Prison Break two years later. With

a golden globe nomination(提名)and another season of Prison Break on

his resume, Miller seems ready to take over all of Hollywood.

83 . The writer thinks “Miller is a hard guy to figure out”

because

.

A.it’s difficult to tell him from others

B.he is a shy man and hard to cooperate with

C.he always has ideas hard for people to understand

D.his family background and life experience are very special

84.Which of the following statements is put in the right order?

a.Miller did not act in any of the films or TV shows in Hollywood.

b.Miller worked as a lowly production assistant.

c.Miller played a role in the drama Dinotopia.

d.Miller joined in his university’s singing group.

A.d-a-b-c B.a-b-c-d C.b-a-c-d

D.d

-c-b-a 85.Which is the closest in meaning to the underlined sentence “it all paid
off for Miller in the end”? A.Miller put a lot of extra work for his final success. B.Miller gained fame and fortune at last with his first film. C.Miller finally succeeded even if he has been in low position. D.Miller managed to pay off his debts with his small income in the
end. 86.Which of the following statements is TRUE about Miller?
A.He is chosen to play the Michael Scofield due to his interesting
personality. B.His performance in Dinotopia makes some contributions to his
success. C.He has the same experience with the character Michael Scofield. D.He is angry about his being born into a mixed-cultural family.
E It is always hard for a small fish to live in a big pond.Pluto's recent departure(离开)from the classical planet family clearly proves that size really matters.
Astronomers voted on August 24 to create the first scientific definition of the word "planet", and Pluto obviously didn't make the cut.It turned out to be only a "dwarf planet”(矮行星). After weeks of
heated debate, over 2,500 astronomers from 73 countries voted on the definition of a "planet" at a conference of the International Astronomical Union (IAU).According to the definition, a planet must have a clear neighbourhood around its orbit(轨道).Pluto has widely been considered a planet since its discovery in 1930.Unfortunately, it has a special orbit which overlaps with Neptune's.It is all because, compared with Neptune, Pluto is very small.It is attracted by Neptune's gravity when the two planets get closer.
According to IAU.a "dwarf planet" should have an orbit around the Sun.It will not have a clear neighborhood around its orbit, and must not be a satellite.The new classification means that the science textbooks will have to be updated.The solar system is now made up of the eight "classical planets," together with a number of dwarf planets . The classical planets are: Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars .Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune.
The debate over Plates status started in 1992.After an advanced
telescope was sent into space, astronomers started to find a belt of objects,

which lies beyond Neptune.The belt contains nearly 1,000 objects,

including Pluto.As they continued the exploration, scientists recently

discovered at least 41 dwarf planets at the edges of the solar

system.There are at least two objects of a similar size to Pluto.

It seems that even if the IAU had kept Pluto's status as a planet, the

classical theory of nine planets in the solar system would have had to be

changed, but the other way around.More dwarf planets of a similar size

to Pluto would join the family of planets.Scientists will probably find

many more dwarf planets.

87.The main purpose of the text is to ______.

A.prove to the readers that size matters

B.tell readers about a big change of the planets

C.explain the classical theory of planets

D.inform us of science textbooks being updated

88.We can infer from the text that______.

A.eight planets make up the solar system.

B.it has been hard for scientists to define a “planet”

C.Mars is very hot and you can’t go near it

D.Pluto shares the same orbit with Neptune

89.Scientists argued about Pluto’s status for a long time because______.

A.Pluto was first discovered in 1930

B.the family of planets is too big

C.Pluto is located beyond Neptune

D.many dwarf planets, like Pluto, were found

90.The reason for Pluto’s departure is that______.

A.Pluto does not fit the definition of a “planet”

B.Pluto cannot compete with other planets

C.Pluto is attracted by Neptune’s gravity

D.other objects of its size have been discovered

91.The best title of the text is _____.

A.an unexpected result

B.Eight planets

C.Goodbye Pluto

D.New Scientific Definition

F

Alfred Korzybski believes that all human beings lead a kind of

double life. First, people live in an internal (内在的) world of ideas,

feelings, etc. The happenings in this world are patterns of events in the

human nervous system . Secondly , people live in a world outside their

skins, the external(外在的)world of “reality”. The happenings in this

world are patterns of events best known to science.

The first world, the patterns of events inside our skins, Korzybski

called the INTEN- SIONAL areA.The second, the patterns of events

outside our skins, he called the EXTEN- SIONAL area . Think for a

moment about the two worlds in which you live. Look , for example, at

the following diagram:

INTENSIONAL PATTERNS

EXTENSIONAL

PATTERNS

“cat”

An object we call

“cat”.

The word "cat ".

A pattern of

physical and

The image of this cat.

chemical events

best

Ideas about cats.

known to science.

Feelings about cats.

Physical tensions aroused

by the cat: the urge to

pick it up, to kick it, etc.

Thinking along these lines , Alfred Korzybski began to see what was

wrong with the great number of people: they confused intensional events

with extensional “reality”. He believed that too many people mistake the

events in their own nervous systems for events in the outside world .

When they get lost in a strange city , more often than not they are angry

at the map they use. In fact, it’s the maps of words in their heads that are

to blame.

92.According to Alfred Korzybski, we human beings live

in__________.

A.the world of ideas

B.the world of reality

C.either the world of ideas or that of reality

D.both the world of ideas and that of reality

93.The INTENSIONAL area in the passage refers to the patterns of

events__________.

A.outside our skins

B.best known to

science

C.in the human nervous system

D.in the external

world of reality

94.Which of the following belongs to EXTENSIONAL pattern?

A.A computer on the shelf. useful.
C.I like the computer. the computer.

B.A computer is D.I want to buy

95.According to what Alfred Korzybski states in the last paragraph, you

get lost because of _ .

A.the map you bring with you

B.the maps of words in

your head

C.the reality world before you D.the strange city you visit

第二卷(共 25 分)

第四部分:写作(共两节)

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第一节:短文改错(共 10 小题;每小题1分,满分 10分0 )

此题要求改正所给短文中的错误。对标有题号的每一8行作出判

断:如无错误,在该行右边横线上划一个勾(√),如果有0错误(每

行只有一个错误),则按下列情况改正:

9

该行多一个词:把多余的词用斜线(\)划掉,在该行1右边横线

上写出该词,并也用斜线划掉。

0

该行缺一个词:在缺词处加一个漏字符号(∧),在该行右边横线

上写出该加的词。

该行错一个词:在错的词下划一横线,在该行右边横线上写出改

正后的词。

注意:原行没有错的不要改。

Dear Mr. Brown,

I am writing to thank you with your kind help. 96.____________

Before you came to teach us, I had not interest in 97.____________

English. My pronunciation was terribly. I could 98.____________

only speak a few words. But one and a half year later,

99.____________

I now think it funny to learn English. I got a lot from your 100.____________

encouraging words. I will always remember what you

101.____________ said, “If you try to, you can be No.1!” I hope you’ve 102.____________

had pleasant journey home and will come to China 103.____________

again sometimes in the future. I will write again 104.____________

and send you the photos we take together.

105.____________

Yours sincerely, Li Ming

参考答案

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