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延庆区2021届高三下学期高考模拟英语试卷本试卷共11页,共100分。考试时长90分钟。考生务必将答案写在答题卡上,在试卷上作答无效。第一部分:知识运用(共两节,30分)第一节完形填空(共10小题;每小题1.5分,共15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。“IGotHim!”ItwasthehomecomingparadeinRockwall,Texas,andcheerleaderTyraWintersinheruniform,wasridingatoponeoftheschool’sfloats(花车).Asitslowlymadeitswaydownthestreet,the17-year-oldenthusiastically1atthecrowd,allthewhilesoakinginthemusic,laughter,andapplause.Allofasudden,ahorrible2came.Lookingdown,Winterssawatwo-year-oldonthesidewalkgaspingforair,hismother3forhelpinpanic.Theboyhadbeensuckingonapieceofcandywhenit4downthebackofhismouth,lodginginhisthroatandblockinghiswindpipe.“Therewasnocoughing;therewasno5,”hismother,Nicolecried.Nooneseemedtoknowhowtohelp.ExceptforWinters.Withdreamsofbecomingasurgeon,shehadlearnedtheHeimlich maneuver(海姆利克氏急救法).Knowingthateverysecond6,sheleapedoffthemovingfloatandrantothechild.Bythetimeshegottotheboy,hisfacehadturnedpurple.“Igothim!”sheyelledtoNicoleasshe7theboyfromher.Winters positionedhimagainstherandgaveagoodthreebackslaps.Soon,theboycoughedupthepieceof8,gasped,andbeganbreathingagain.Withoutanotherword,Wintershandedtheboybacktohismotherandhurriedbacktoherfloatbeforeitcouldleaveherbehind.Itallhappenedso9,Nicoleneverhadtimetothanktheteen.Winters’heroicactionsleftNicole10.“Idon’treallyhaveanywords,”shesaid,“‘thankyou’doesn’tseemgoodenough.”1.A.laughedB.wavedC.shoutedD.stared 2.A.noiseB.ringC.whistleD.scream3.A.beggingB.applyingC.waitingD.preparing4.A.ranB.slidC.fellD.jumped5.A.gaspingB.cryingC.breathingD.speaking6.A.fadedB.continuedC.approachedD.counted7.A.grabbedB.movedC.drewD.separated8.A.nutB.bloodC.candyD.biscuit9.A.quicklyB.quietlyC.graduallyD.obviously10.A.hopelessB.speechlessC.helplessD.emotionless第二节语法填空(共10小题;每小题1.5分,共15分)阅读下列短文,根据短文内容填空。在未给提示词的空白处仅填写1个适当的单词,在给出提示词的空白处用括号内所给词的正确形式填空。ADidyoueverrunoffandforgetyourdrink?That’s11happenedto11-year-oldFrankEppersonin1905.He’dbeenmixingdrinkmixwithastick,and12(leave)thecupandstickoutontheporchallnight.Anditgotcold.Inthemorning,Frankfounda13(freeze)blockofsweetdrink—withahandysticktoholdit.Hethoughtthatwasprettycoolsohemademore.Soon,everyoneenjoyedhisicepops.AtfirstFrankcalledthemEpsicles,butlatertheygotadifferentname—popsicles.BTheroboticlunarmissionended14(successful)earlyonDecember18th.Chang’e5’sreentrycapsule,15(carry)rocksandsoilsfromthemoon,landedonthegrasslandinnorthernChina.ItisreportedthatChang’e5missionisChina’smostcomplicatedandchallengingspaceadventure,which 16(make)Chinathethirdnationintheworldtobringbacklunarsamples—rightaftertheU.S.andtheformerSovietUnion.Themission’sresultswillcontributetodeepeningmankinds’understandingoftheoriginofthemoonand17(develop)ofthesolarsystem.CPixarisoneoftheworld’smostfamousandsuccessfulfilm18(studio).Itslatestanimatedfilm,Soul,19(release)lastNovember.SoultellsthestoryofJoeGardner,anaspiringjazzmusicianlivinginNewYork.Oneday,afteranaccident,GardnerendsupintheGreatBefore—aplace20soulsmust“findtheirspark”beforeenteringahumanbody.WhenGardnerisgiventhejobofmentoringasoulcalled22,hetriestofindhiswaybackto Earth.第二部分:阅读理解(共两节,38分)第一节(共14小题;每小题2分,共28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。AThesimplestsmartphoneeverTheJitterbug®Smart2fromGreatCall®isthesimplestphonewithasimplemenu,largescreenandparticularhealthandsafetyservices.EasyEverythingyouwanttodo,fromtextingandtakingpictures,toemailingandgettingdirections,isorganizedinasinglelistononescreenwithlargelegibleletters.Plus,voicetypingmakeswritingemailsandtextseffortless.SmartTurnyourJitterbugSmart2intoapersonalsafetydevicewithGreatCall’s55tar®UrgentResponseServiceandparticularhealthapps.Availablein-storeoronlineat:AffordableGreatCallhasavarietyofplanswithdatastartingaslowas$17.48permonth.Comparedtoothercellphonecompanies,youcouldsaveover$300peryear.WhytheJitterbugSmart2isyourbestchoiceforanewsmartphone:Nolong-termcontractsKeepyourcurrentphonenumber100%U.S.-basedcustomerserviceandtechnicalsupportNohiddenmonthlyfeesAffordable,flexibleplansToorderorlearnmore,call1-800-410-2629Orvisitgreatcall.com/Smart25%offof$149.99MSRPisonlyvalid(有效的)fornewlinesofservice.Offervalid 11/12/2020through1/2/2021.Monthlyfeesdonotincludegovernmenttaxesorassessmentsurchargesandaresubjecttochange.PlansandservicesmayrequirepurchaseofaGreatCalldeviceandaone-timesetupfeeof$35.$300savingscalculationbasedonmarketleaders’lowestavailablemonthlypublishedfees.JITTERBUGaretrademarksofBestBuyanditsattachedcompanies.©2020BestBuy.Allrightsreserved.21.Whatmakeswritingemailsandtextseasyaccordingtothepassage?A.Thesimplemenu.B.Thelargescreen.C.Thesinglelist.D.Thespeechinput.22.WhencanyougetthediscountwhenbuyingJitterbugSmart2?A.November11st,2020.B.January10th,2020.C.January1st,2021.D.February10th,2021.23.Whatisthepurposeofthispassage?A.Toadvertiseasmartphone.B.Torecommendhealthapps.C.Tointroduceasafetydevice.D.Tocomparewirelessnetworks.BMyfirstyearlivinginLosAngeles,Iwasabirthday-partyclown.Istruggledalotwithmyidentitybecause,thoughIviewedmyselfasafilmmaker,everyoneinmylifeviewedmeasthisridiculousdayjob.OnceIwastold,“Tomorrowyou’regoingtobeBatman.”Now,keepinmindthatatthetimeIhadagiantmustache.Iknowaclownwithamustacheisahugeredflagforparents.ButIhadn’twantedtoaltermyphysicalappearanceforthatjob,becausethatwouldhavebeenmesubconsciouslyadmittingIwasmoreofaclownthananartist.Thenextday,Iwenttothepartyinahugepublicpark,andIleftmycarparkedfarenoughawaysothatthekidscouldn’tseeBatmanpullingupinaPTCruiser.Walkingtotheparty,Istartedtoregretmychoicenottoshave.“Gosh,thispartyisnotgoingtogowell.”Sureenough,onceIgotcloseenoughforthemtoactuallystartmakingoutthefeaturesofmyface,theentirepartybrokeoutinlaughter.IwassoembarrassedthatIwantedtoturnaroundandrunbacktomyBatmobile.Butthenthelaughterkindofchangedintocheeringandapplause.Feelingkindofwarmandfuzzyinside,Iwondered,“Isthiswhatencouragementandsupportfeellike?It’ssonew.”ThenIdecidedtomakeanentranceforthesekids.Iwasstillabout20yardsawayfromthepartywhenIstartedrunning.Mycapewasbillowinginthewind,andmustacheornot,inthatmoment,IwasBatman.Iranintotheparty,andthekidswereallhigh-fivingme.Thedadwas saying,“Itoldyou,son.ItoldyouBatmanhasamustache.”ThenhetookmeovertothishugebirthdaycakewithafrostingBatmandrawnonit,andtheBatmanhasamustache.Ijuststaredatitindisbeliefandlearntthatinsteadofjustadmittingthatthecakewasmessedup,theparentssaid,“Batmanhasamustache.Hejustshavesitforhismovies.”Thatyear,Istruggledalotwithmyidentity;wasIafilmmaker,orwasIaclown?Butthatday,atleast,therewasnodoubtinmymindwhatIwas.Imaynothavebeentheherothattheyordered,andIcertainlywasnottheherotheyexpected.Butthatday,Iwastheherothattheyneeded.24.Whydid“I”keepmymustache?A.Istruggledalotforbeingafilmmaker.B.IwantedtobeaBatmaninabirthdayparty.C.Iknewthataclownshouldwearamustache.D.Ihadn’twantedtochangemyappearanceforthejob.25.Howdid“I”entertheparty?A.Iranfast.B.Ihigh-fived.C.Idrovethecar.D.Iwalkedslowly.26.Howdid“I”feelattheendoftheparty?A.satisfied.B.astonished.C.disappointed.D.ashamed.CWhilemanypeoplearen’tgettingenoughcalcium,newresearchcautionsthatsomepeoplemayhavetheoppositeproblem:Theycouldbegettingtoomuch.Americansspendmorethan$1billionayearoncalciumsupplementsinhopesofdelayingosteoporosis,thebrittlebonediseasethatcripplesmanyelderlywomenandsomemen.Yetrecentstudieslinkcalciumsupplementstoahigherriskofheartattacks.Lastmonth,theU.S.PreventiveServicesTaskForceissuedadraftrecommendationagainsttakingcalciumandvitaminD,sayingtherewasn'tenoughevidenceofbenefittojustifytherisk.ForgenerationsofAmericanswhogrewupencouragedtodrinkmilktomaintainstrongbones,thereportsraisedtroublingquestions:Iscalciumnotsoimportantafterall?Arethesupplementsunsafe?Andhowmuchistoomuch?“It'sgottenveryconfusingbutitdoesn'tneedtobe,”saysEthelSiris,directoroftheToniStabileOsteoporosisCenterinNewYork.Howmuchcalciumpeopleneedvariesbyageandgender.“Adultsgenerallyneed1,000mgdaily,risingto1,200mgforwomenover50andmenover70,accordingtoguidelinesissuedin2010. Childrenneed1,300mgdailyduringthepeakgrowingyearsof9to18.”PeoplealsoneedsufficientlevelsofvitaminDtoabsorbthecalcium.TheIOMrecommends600internationalunitsadayformostadults,and800dailyafterage70,althoughmanyphysiciansrecommendmore.ItisdifficulttotakeinthatmuchvitaminDfromfoodsources,soexpertssaymanypeopleshouldtakevitaminDinsupplementform.Gettingadequatecalciumfromfoodiseasier.Forexample,8ouncesofmilkor6ouncesofyogurthas300mgofcalcium,andonecupofspinachhas270mg.Butstudieslinkingcalciumsupplementstoheartattackhavemadeexpertsmorecautiousofexcesscalciumthanbefore.Astudyof24,000GermanspublishedinthejournalHeartlastmonth,foundthatthosewhogottheircalciumexclusivelyfromsupplementsweremorethantwiceaslikelytohaveaheartattackasthosewhotooknosupplements.Exactlyhowcalciumsupplementsmightcontributetoheartattacksbafflescardiologists.“Nobodyhasassociatedthecalciuminyourbloodstreamwithcalcificationinyourarteries,”saysNiecaGoldberg,medicaldirectoroftheJoanH.TischCenter.Still,shesaysshenowurgespatientsgettheirrecommendedcalciumfromfoodthanfromsupplementstoavoidpossibleproblems.Osteoporosisexpertsalsourgepatientsnottotakemorethantherecommendedamountofcalcium.“Peopleshoulddefinitelystoptakingtwobigcalciumsupplementsaday,”saysDr.Dawson-Hughes.Eveniftherisksremainunclear,takingmorethanthebodycanabsorbdoesn'tbenefitbones,“soit’snotworthanyrisk.”Sheadds.27.Accordingtothenewstudies,takingmuchcalciummight___________.A.delayagingB.buildmusclesC.causeheartproblemsD.curebonediseases28.WhatisEthelSiris’opinionontakingcalciumsupplements?A.Takingcalciumsupplementsisunsafe.B.Adultsneedmorecalciumthanchildren.C.Ageandgenderdeterminetakingcalcium.D.Itismuchsafertotakecalciumfromfood.29.Whatdoestheunderlinedword“baffle”inParagraph6mean?A.InterestB.PuzzleC.AmazeD.Frighten 30.Whatcanwelearnfromthepassage?A.Itishelpfultotaketwocalciumsupplementsaday.B.Itisimportanttomaintainstrongbonesforwomen.C.Itisunnecessarytotaketoomuchcalciumsupplement.D.ItisbesttotakecalciumandvitaminDfromsupplement.DNeurotech—new,potentiallyrevolutionarytechnology—promisestotransformourlives.Withalltheglobalchallengesoftoday,weneedrevolutionarytechnologytohelptheworldcope.Therearedifferenttypesofneurotech—someisinvasive,someisn’t.Invasivebrain-computerinterfacesinvolveplacingmicroelectrodesorotherkindsofneurotechmaterialsdirectlyontothebrainorevenembeddingthemintotheneuraltissue.Suchtechnologyhasalreadyimprovedthequalityoflifeandabilitiesofpeoplewithdifferentillnessesorimpairments,fromepilepsytoParkinson’sDiseasetochronicpain.Thereisalsononinvasive neurotechthatcanbeusedforsimilarapplications.Forexample,researchershavedevelopedwearablestoinferaperson’sintendedspeechormovement.Thesearealreadyquiteimpressive,butthereisalsoneurotechthatreallypushestheenvelope.Notonlycanitsenseorreadneurodatabutitcanalsomodulate—invasivelyandnoninvasively.Thisresearchisstillinearlystages,butit’sadvancingrapidly.Asneurotechbecomesmorecommonplace,wemustconsidertherisksitmightpresent,themoralsaroundit,andthenecessaryregulation.Wehavetoanticipateanddealwiththeimplicationsrelatedtothedevelopmentanduseofthistechnology.Anyneurotechapplicationsshouldconsiderpotentialconsequencesfortheautonomy,privacy,responsibility,consent,integrityanddignityofaperson.Whatifsomeoneweretofaceemploymentdiscriminationbecausethealgorithms(算法)thatpoweraneurotechapplicationusedforhiringmisinterprethisorherneurodata?Whatifacriminalgetsaholdofthepreviousorcurrentneurodataofthesecretaryofdefenseandstealstopsecretinformation?Concernsincreasewhenwearenotjustmonitoringsomeone’sneurodatabutalsointerpretingit,decodingtheperson’sthoughts—withimplicationsforaccuracyandmentalprivacy. Onetrickyaspectisthatmostoftheneurodatageneratedbythenervoussystemsisunconscious.Itmeansitisverypossibletounknowinglyorunintentionallyprovideneurotechwithinformationthatoneotherwisewouldn’t.So,insomeapplicationsofneurotech,thepresumptionofprivacywithinone’sownmindmaysimplynolongerbeacertainty.Asnew,emergingtechnology,neurotechchallengescorporations,researchersandindividualstoreaffirmourcommitmenttoresponsibleinnovation,it’sessentialtoenforceguardrailssothattheyleadtobeneficiallong-termoutcomes—oncompany,nationalandinternationallevels.Weneedtoensurethatresearchersandmanufacturersofneurotechaswellaspolicymakersandconsumersapproachitresponsibly.Let’sactnowtoavoidanyfuturerisksasneurotechmatures—forthebenefitofhumanity.31.Thefirsttwoparagraphsmainly_____________.A.statethequalityofneurotechB.stressthenecessityofneurotechC.comparethefunctionsofneurotechD.presentthetechnologyofneurotech32.Whatcanbeinferredfromthepassage?A.Noninvasiveneurotechismuchbetterthaninvasiveone.B.Messageswithinone’smindcanbesaferwithneurotech.C.Itbringsmoreriskstoprivacytohaveneurodataanyalyzed.D.Properruleshavealreadybeenmadetodealwithneurodata.33.Accordingtothepassage,companies,policymakersandconsumersshould_________.A.interpretallneurodatatoimproveaccuracyB.useneurotechnologyinaresponsiblewayC.helpdevelopmorenoninvasiveapplicationsD.avoidneurotechforthebenefitofmankind34.Whichofthefollowingwouldbethebesttitleforthepassage?A.NeurotechHasLong-termBenefitsB.NeurotechMeetMoralChallengesC.NeurotechTransformHumanlivesD.NeurotechBecomeCommonplace第二节(共5小题;每小题2分,共10分)根据短文内容,从短文后的七个选项中选出能填入空白处的最佳选项。选项中有两项为多余选项。Canyoumove11minutesaday?You’lllivelongerifyoudo Thereisnodenyingthat2020hasreducedactivitylevels.BetweentheZoommeetings,Netflixbingesandvirtualcocktailhours,increasedsittingisapandemic-drivenrealityformany.35Butthereisgoodnews!Despiteallthatsedentary(久坐)time,withaslittleas11minutesofmovementaday,youcanincreaseyourlifespan,a recentstudy hasfound.36It'strue;paststudies,includingapopular study from2016,hadoriginallyputthedailyexercisetargetat60to75minutesformortalitybenefits.However,thatstudywasbasedonself-reporteddata,whichthislateststudy,publishedintheBritishJournalofSportsMedicine,foundtobeflawedduetopeoplemisrememberingtheiractualactivitylevels.Takingamoreobjectiveapproach,scientistsattheNorwegianSchoolofSportsMedicinebasedtheirresearchontheuseofactivitymonitorstotrackexerciseversussedentarytime.Theresultsshowedthatparticipantswhoexercised35minutesperdaysawthebiggeststatisticaldifferenceonlifespan.Yetjust11minutesofmoderateexercise—equivalenttoabriskwalk—stillhadanoticeablepositiveimpact.37Hereisawaytoconsider—4setsofa3-minutebody-weightexercisesequence.Dependingontheexercisesyouuse,youmaygoataslightlydifferentpaceduringeachround,makingitabout11minutes.Whenselectingyourexercises,trytopickasequenceofmovementsthatwillequatetoafull-bodyworkoutofmoderateeffort.38Ideally,doacombo,determiningthenumberofrepetitionsforeachexercisebasedonyourfitnesslevelandmaintainingathree-minutesequenceforthetimeframe.Seehoweasyitistofitin11minutesofdailyexercise?Youcandoit.39Althoughnoonecangiveyouado-overof2020,youcanmakeupforlosttimebyaddingalittlemoretoyourlifespan.A.Infact,youoweittoyourselfaftergettingthroughthispastyear.B.Andstudieshaverevealedthegreat healthrisks ofprolongedsitting.C.Thesimplestwayiswithawalkoutsideoronthetreadmillatyourlocalgym.D.Alowerbarriermakesiteasiertogeteventhemostinactiveamongusmoving.E.Youmightwonderaboutthehour-per-daymeasurementyou'vebeenhearingaboutforyears.F.What'smore,bothtimeframeswerepositivelyimpactful,regardlessoftheamountofsitting.G.Avoiddoingonlyupper-bodymovementsunlessyoudolower-bodymovementsthenextday.BEFGA第三部分:书面表达(共两节,32分) 第一节阅读表达(共4小题;第1、2题各2分,第3题3分,第4题5分,共12分)阅读下面短文,根据题目要求回答问题。Two-drinklimitatWetherspoon’sforparentsofrowdychildrenThepubchainJDWetherspoonhasinsistedfamiliesarewelcomebutonthepremisesdespiteadvisingstafftomakethemagreealimitoftwoalcoholicdrinksperpersonforparentswithchildrenintown.Thetwo-drinklimitcametolightafteramemberofstaffataWetherspoon’spubinGravesend,Kent,putupaposterdetailingitspolicy.“Aspartofourlicensingitisourresponsibilitytoensurethatweareprotectingchildrenfromharm,”readtheposteratTheRobertPocockpub.“Thereforeadultsinchargeofchildrenwillbeallowedtohaveonealcoholicdrinkandafurtheralcoholicdrinkwithasit-downmeal.”Itisacrimeforanybodyinchargeofachildundertheageofseventobedrunkinapublicplaceunderthe1902LicensingAct.Apersonconvictedofthisoffencecanbesubjecttoafineoruptoonemonthinprison.“It’sbeenaroundeightor10years....It’saguideline,notapolicy,”saidEddieGershon.Butwhiletheposterstressedtheneedto“protectchildrenfromharm”,MrGershonsuggestedtherulehadbeenadoptedto“preventunrulybehavior”amongyoungguests.AskedwhetherchildrenwerewelcomeinWetherspoon’spubs,MrGershonreplied,“Yes,we’dbeafooltosayotherwise.Wehaveakids’menu,colouredpencilsforkids—childreninpubsisamassivepartofwhatWetherspoon’sdoes.”However,hewarnedthatparentsbelievedtobe“usingthepubasanurserymightbeaskedtoleave.MrGershonaddedthat“itisjustgoodmanners”forparentstostoptheirchildrenfrommisbehavingandbeingunrulyinpublicplaces.Onitswebsitethepuboperatorstates:“Familiesarewelcometodineinthemajorityofourpubs;however,permittedhoursforcustomersagedunder18yearsmayvaryfrompubtopub.”Itadds:“Someofourpubsmayrequestthatallmembersofapartywithanunder-18presentorderamainmeal,ifalcoholicisordered.”40.WhodoestheTwo-drinkpolicyapplyto? 41.Whatistheresultofdisobeyingthe1902LicensingAct?42.Pleasedecidewhichpartisfalseinthefollowingstatement,thenunderlineitandexplainwhy?Toprotectchildrenandthoseunder18years,thepubchainJDlimitsthedrinksbutisopentothosecustomersatanytime.43.Indailylife,howdoyourparentskeepyouawayfromalcoholandwhy?(about40words)(请务必将答案写在答题卡指定区域内)第二节应用文写作(20分)假设你是红星中学高三学生李华。为迎接北京2022年冬奥会,你们学校下个月将要举办“迎冬奥做贡献”主题活动。请你给交换生Jim写一封邮件,邀请他参加此次活动,内容包括:1.活动目的;2.具体安排;3.发出邀请。 注意:1.词数100左右;2.开头和结尾已给出,不计入总词数。DearJim,____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________Yours,LiHua(请务必将作文写在答题卡指定区域内)延庆区2020—2021学年度高三模拟考试英语参考答案2021.3第一部分:知识运用(共两节,30分)第一节完形填空(共10小题;每小题1.5分,共15分) 1.B2.D3.A4.B5.C6.D7.A8.C9.A10.B第二节语法填空(共10小题;每小题1.5分,共15分)11.what12.left13.frozen14.successfully15.carrying16.hasmade17.development18.studios19.wasreleased20.where第二部分:阅读理解(共两节,38分)第一节(共14小题;每小题2分,共28分)21.D22.C23.A//24.D25.A26.A27.C28.C29.B30.C31.D32.C33.B34.B第二节(共5小题;每小题2分,共10分)35.B36.E37.F38.G39.A第三部分:书面表达(共两节,32分)第一节40.Thosewhohavedinewithchildrenundertheageofseven.41.Ifyoudisobeythe1902LicensingAct,youwillbefinedoruptoonemonthinprison.42.Toprotectchildrenandthoseunder18years,thepubchainJDlimitsthedrinksbutisopentothosecustomersatanytime.43.略第二节Onepossibleversion:DearJim,DearJim,Howareyoudoing?I’mwritingtotellyousomethingbothexcitingandrewarding.Nextmonth,wewillorganizeaseriesofactivitiesinordertomakecontributionstothe2022WinterOlympics.Iguessyoumustbeeagertoknowthearrangements.First,wewillpromotethespiritoftheWinterOlympicsandarousethepassionforwintersports.TherewillbeadisplayofpostersoncampusintroducingtheWinterOlympics.Videoswillalsobemadeandpostedonlinetofireeveryone’spassionforwintersports.Second,inordertocreateabeautifulenvironmentfortheworldevent,wewilltakepartinvoluntaryactivitiestobeautifytheneighboringcommunitiesandcallontheresidentstocontributetheirshare.Besides,wewillhaveachancetoreceive traininggivenbyexperiencedvolunteerssothatwecanprovidehighqualityserviceandofferhelpwhenvolunteeringforthe2022WinterOlympics.Areyouinterestedinjoiningustomakeadifferencetothe2022WinterOlympics?Iamlookingforwardtohearingyourpositivereply.Yours,LiHua一、评分原则:1.本题总分为20分,按5个档次给分。2.评分时,先根据文章的内容和语言质量初步确定其档次,然后以该档次的要求来衡量,确定或调整档次,最后给分。3.评分时应考虑:内容是否完整,条理是否清楚,交际是否得体,语言是否准确。4.拼写、标点符号或书写影响内容表达时,应视其影响程度予以考虑。英、美拼写及词汇用法均可接受。5.词数少于80,从总分中减去1分。二、各档次的给分范围和要求:第一档(18分〜20分)完全完成了试题规定的任务。•内容完整;•条理清楚;•交际得体,表达时充分考虑到了交际需求;•体现出较强的语言运用能力。完全达到了预期写作目的。第二档(15分〜17分)完全完成了试题规定的任务。•内容完整;•条理较清楚;•交际较得体,表达时考虑到了交际需求;•体现出较好的语言运用能力。达到了预期写作目的。 第三档(12分〜14分)基本完成了试题规定的任务。•内容基本完整;•条理基本清楚;•有交际意识;•所用语法和词汇满足了任务的要求;语法或用词方面有一些错误,但不影响理解。基本达到了预期写作目的。第四档(6分~11分)未恰当完成试题规定的任务。•内容不完整;•所用词汇有限,语法或用词方面的错误影响了对所写内容的理解。未能清楚地传达信息。第五档(1分~5分)未完成试题规定的任务。•写了少量相关信息;•语法或用词方面错误较多,严重影响了对所写内容的理解。。分未能传达任何信息;所写内容与要求无关。
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