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绝密★启用前五市十校教研教改共同体·2022届高三第二次大联考英语本试卷共8页。全卷满分150分,考试时间120分钟。注意事项:1.答题前,考生务必将自己的姓名、准考证号填写在本试卷和答题卡上。2.回答选择题时,选出每小题答案后,用铅笔把答题卡上对应的答案标号涂黑,如有改动,用橡皮擦干净后,再选涂其他答案;回答非选择题时,将答案写在答题卡上,写在本试卷上无效。3.考试结束后,将本试卷和答题卡一并交回。第一部分听力(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.Whatstillneedstobecleaned?A.Thekitchenfloor.B.Thedishes.C.Thetruck.2.Whatistherelationshipbetweenthespeakers?A.Husbandandwife.B.Brotherandsister.C.Friends.3.Whichdustbinisforgrass?A.Thegreenone.B.Thebrownone.C.Theblueone.4.Whatwillthemandonext?A.Helpthebirdlearntofly.B.Attackthecat.C.Savethebird.5.Wherearethespeakers?A.Atafruitmarket.B.Atalocalshop.C.Atafarm.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个小题,从题中所给的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秒钟的作答时间。每段对话或独白读两遍。听第6段材料,回答第6、7题。,6.Whatdoestheboywanttodo?A.Walkfurther.B.Havearest.C.Gofaster.7.Whatdoestheboythinkofdoingexercise?A.Funny.B.Exciting.C.Painful.听第7段材料,回答第8至10题。8.Whatisinthewoman'ssalad?A.Somefish.B.Somechicken.C.Somebeef.9.Whydoesn'tthewomaneatmeat?A.Shelovesanimalstoomuch.B.Shewantstobeingoodshape.C.Shedoesn'tliketheflavorofmeat.10.Whatwillthewomandonext?A.Gonextdoor.B.Tryalittlebiteofmeat.C.Givehermeattotheman.听第8段材料,回答第11至13题。11.Whatdothespeakersagreetodothisweekend?A.Goonatrip.B.Gettheircarrepaired.C.Turnofftheelectricityathome.12.Whatdoesthemanthinkabouttheplan?A.Hethinksit'sacrazyidea.B.Hedoubtsifhecanconductit.C.Hebelieveshecancarryoutiteasily.13.Whatwillthespeakersdonext?A.SurftheInternet.B.Getreadytogoout.C.Lookupsomeinformationinthebook.听第9段材料,回答第14至17题。14.Whatwasthewomanresponsiblefor?A.Creatingmoreparkingspaces.B.Improvingthefoodintheschool.C.Gettingmorecomputersforstudents.15.Whatismostimportanttothewoman?A.Improvingtheschool'sreputation.B.Increasingstudents'accesstoresources.,C.Makinglifeeasierforparentsandteachers.16.Whatisthemanexcitedabout?A.Dancingattheendofthemonth.B.Seeingthesciencefairnextweek.C.Attendingthespringconcertnextmonth.17.Whoistheman?A.Astudentleader.B.Aschoolprincipal.C.Aschoolreporter.听第10段材料,回答第18至20题。18.Whyismusicconsideredasatoolaccordingtothetalk?A.Itisusedforcuringanimals.B.Ithelpsinfluenceouremotions.C.Itremindsuswhattimeofyearitis.19.Whatdoesclassicalmusicdotolistenersaccordingtothetalk?A.Somethingthatmakesthempeaceful.B.Somethingthatmakesthemserious.C.Somethingthatcausesthemtoremember.20.Whatisthetalkmainlyabout?A.Musicatwork.B.Musicinscience.C.Musicandpainting.第二部分阅读理解(共两节,满分50分)第一节(共15小题;每小题2.5分,满分37.5分)阅读下列短文,从每题所给的四个选项(A、B、C、和D)中,选出最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。AYoungerreaderswilldiscoverdinosaurs,stars,explorers,landmarksandmoreinthesemapsandtravelbookschosenbyVivienGodfrey,headofStanfords.MapsSpecialEdition,£25Thisbookwasalreadypopularinourchildren'sdepartmentandhasbeenmadeevenbetterwiththisspecialedition,whichincludes16newmaps.Thecollectionof68mapstakesyouthrough58countriesandsixcontinents.Itispackedwithillustratedinformation,whichincludesfamoushistoricalfigures,localdishes,festivals,wildanimalsandlandmarks.,MapsoftheUnitedKingdom,£17.99WeheldthelaunchforMapsoftheUnitedKingdomattheStanfordsstoreinLondon.Technicallyaimedatchildren,itcontainslotsofinformationandfacts.It'ssowellputtogether,especiallywhenitcomestochoosingthesevenfamouspeoplewithaconnectiontoeachcounty:Norfolk,forexample,includesBoudiccaandPhilipPullman.HarryPotter'sLondon:TheFilmLocationWalk,£3.99HarryPotter'sLondonisamapthatfeaturesinformationonthreewalkstakinginthebestofthecentralLondonlocationsfeaturedinthehugelypopularfilms.ThewalkscoverPiccadillyCircustoWestminsterBridgeviaTrafalgarSquare;King'sCrossstation,withitsfamousPlatform9.UsborneFirstStickerBookFlags,£5.99Learntheflagsofeverycountryintheworldbyplacingtheflagstickersonthecorrectcountriesonthemaps.Thiscontainsfascinatingfactsaboutcountriesandwhycertainflagsfeaturetheirparticulardesigns.Therearefunquestionsthroughout,including,"SomeAfricanflagshaveadiagonalstripe.Howmanycanyoufind?"21.Whatdothefirstandseconditemshaveincommon?A.Theyincludelocalcuisine.B.Theyareintendedforchildren.C.Theywerereleasedatthesamestore.D.Theycantakeyouthroughdifferentcountries.22.WhichofthefollowingfeaturesthecentralLondonlocations?A.MapsSpecialEdition.B.MapsoftheUnitedKingdom.C.HarryPotter'sLondon.D.UsborneFirstStickerBookFlags.23.Wherecanthetextbefound?A.Atravelbrochure.B.Afashionmagazine.C.Anonlinecourse.D.Abookstoreadvertisement.BIspentmychildhoodcollectingandpressingfour-leafclovers(三叶草)intobooksatmymother'shouse.Istartedwithbigcloth-and-leather-boundbooks.WhenIranoutofboundvolumes,IbegantoslipmytreasuresintoanythingIcouldfind,suchasoldfictionpaperbacksandcookbooks.Thesameistrueinmyhousetoday.Shakeabook,andatreasurejustmightfallintoyourhand.,Afewyearsago,inNovaScotia,myhusbandandIpulledofftheroadforapicnic.Thegroundwasthickwithclovers.Someshootshadfour,five,orevensixleaves.Ilinedthemuponthepicnictabletoadmire.Tome,itwassimple.Thedifferencesintheirshapesmadethemstandout,breakingtheprettypatternofthecommoncloverswiththreeperfectleaves.Twosummersback,whilewaitingforanairportshuttleinMunich,Ifoundatinyfour-leafcloverinatrafficcircleandputitinmypassport.Onthewayhome,myhusbandandIwereupgradedtobusinessclass.Allofmyfriendsowedittotheclover.Ithinkit'ssomelikelythatwewereupgradedbecauseaflightwaspostponed,whichleftustrappedintwocitiesforseveralhours.Peopledisagreeaboutwhethertheluckcomesforfindingorpossessingaclover.Somebelievethattheluckislostifthefour-leafcloverisshowntosomebodyelse,whileothersthinkthattheluckdoublesifitisgivenaway.Ibelievethatpositivityiscompoundedbysharing.Ifeelluckytofindthecloverssooften,butIdon'tthinktheyinfluencemylifeanymorethanitdoestoshareanythingalittlespecialwithafriendorastranger.24.Whatwastheauthor'shobbyasachild?A.Keepingfour-leafclovers.B.Collectingdifferentkindsofbooks.C.Readingalotofleather-boundbooks.D.Decoratinghermother'shousewithvarioustreasures.25.Whatdidtheauthordowhenshehadapicnic?A.Shepickedsomeextraordinaryclovers.B.Sheclearedaroadfullycoveredwithclovers.C.ShedecidedtostayinNovaScotiatoenjoyclovers.D.Shedamagedsomeprettykindsofconventionalclovers.26.Whatresultedintheauthor'sbeingupgradedtobusinessclass?A.Thefriends'help.B.Theflightdelay.C.Herhusband'scompany.D.Herpassportwiththetinyfour-leafclover.27.Whatistheauthor'spurposeofwritingthetext?A.Toadvisereaderstolookforclovers.B.Toencouragereaderstosharewithothers.C.Toshowreaderstheinfluenceofgoodluck.D.Totellreadersthewaysofkeepingclovers.CPastsurveyshaveshownthatmorethan80%ofdogownersreportobservingjealousbehaviorfromtheirdogs-vocalizations,disturbedbehavior,pullingonaleash(绳子)-whentheygiveattention,tootherdogs.NewresearchpublishedinthejournalPsychologicalSciencesupportstheseobservationsandfindsthatdogsalsoexhibitjealousbehaviorwhentheymerelyimaginethattheirownerisinteractingwithapotentialopponent,inthiscase,ahighlyrealisticartificialdog.Dogsappeartobeoneofthefewspeciesthatmightdisplayjealousbehaviorinwayssimilartoahumanchildshowingjealousywhentheirmothergivesaffectiontoanotherchild.Inhumans,jealousyiscloselylinkedwithself-awareness,whichisonereasonanimal-cognitionresearchersaresointerestedinstudyingjealousyandothersecondaryemotionsinanimals.Totesthowandwhendogsdisplayjealousbehavior,theresearcherspresented18dogswithsituationswheretheycouldimagineasocialinteractionbetweentheirhumancompanionandeitherarealisticfakedogorawoolcylinder(圆柱).Thefakedogservedasapotentialopponentforattentionwhilethecylinderservedasacontrol.Intheexperiment,thedogsobservedthefake-dogopponentpositionednexttotheirowner.Abarrierwasthenplacedbetweenthedogandthepotentialopponentstoppingthemfromview.Despiteblockingthelineofsight,thedogsforcefullyattemptedtoreachtheirownerswhentheyappearedtostrokethefakedogbehindthebarrier.Inarepeatexperimentusingafleececylinderratherthanafakedog,thedogspulledontheleashwithfarlessforce.Throughtheirstudy,theresearchersfoundthatdogsshowedthreehuman-likefeaturesofjealousbehavior.Thisbehavioremergedonlywhentheirownerinteractedwithanoticedsocialopponentandnotalifelessobject;occurredasaconsequenceofthatinteractionandnotduetoapotentialopponent'smerepresence;andemergedevenforanout-of-sightinteractionbetweentheirownerandasocialopponent."Theseresultssupportclaimsthatdogsdisplayjealousbehavior.Theyalsoprovidethefirstevidencethatdogscanmentallyrepresentjealousy-causingsocialinteractions,"saidtheresearchers."Butthereisstillplentyofworktodotoestablishtheextentofthesimilaritiesbetweenthemindsofhumansandotheranimals,especiallyintermsofunderstandingthenatureofnonhumananimals'emotionalexperiences.Itistooearlytosaywhetherdogsexperiencejealousyaswedo,butitisnowclearthattheyreacttojealousy-causingsituations,eveniftheseoccuroutofsight."28.WhydoestheauthormentionthenewresearchinPsychologicalScience?A.Tomakecomparison.B.Tomakeaprediction.C.Toprovideexample.D.Tointroducethetopic.29.Whywasabarrierusedintheexperiment?,A.Todistractdogs'attention.B.Toblockthesightofthedog.C.Toserveasapotentialcompetitor.D.Toprotectthefakedogfromattack.30.Whatcanweinferfromthelastparagraph?A.Dogscanexperiencejealousyashumansdo.B.Dogsmakereactionsbasedontheirimagination.C.Moreresearchisneededtostudyemotionsofanimals.D.Itisthefirsttimethatdogshaverepresentedjealousbehaviormentally.31.Whichofthefollowingisthesuitabletitleforthetext?A.Aredogsjealousashumans?B.Dogs,faithfulfriendsofhumans!C.Becarefulaboutthejealousdogs!D.Aredogsthemostcleveranimals?DHarvardscientistshavecreateda"bionic(仿生的)leaf"thatturnssolarenergyintoliquidfuel.TheworkisthefruitofcooperationbetweenProfessorPamelaSilveratHarvardMedicalSchoolandProfessorDanielNoceraintheFacultyofArtsandSciences.Thepair,whobegancooperatingtwoyearsago,shareaninterestindevelopingenergysourcesthatmightsomedayhavepracticalapplicationinremoteareasinthedevelopingworld.Silvernamedthesystem"bionic"becauseitjoinsabiologicalsystemtoacleverpieceofinorganicchemistrypreviouslydevelopedbyNocera:thatinvention,widelyknownastheartificialleaf,turnssolarenergyintohydrogenfuel.Nocera'sartificialleaf,whichservesasfuelsourceinthebionicleaf,worksbysandwichingaphotovoltaiccells(光电池)betweentwometaloxidecatalysts(氧化催化物).Whenputinwateratroomtemperatureandnormalatmosphericpressure,theartificialleafcopiesphotosynthesis(光合作用).Nocerahasbeenperfectingtheartificialleafsincehefirstdemonstrateditin2011;today.itisfarmoreefficientthanafield-grownplant,whichassimilatesonly1percentofsunlight'senergy.Thehydrogenisafuelwithabroaduse,Nocerareports,andcouldeasilybecomethebasisofafuelcell,butithasnotbeenwidelyadopted,partlybecauseitisagas.Bycontrast,liquidfuelsaremucheasiertohandleandstore."Modernsociety",saysNocera,"hascreatedanentiremanufacturingeconomybasednotonlyonburningfossilfuels,butonusingpetroleumtomakethingssuchasrubberandplastics.""Alotofchemistrywasdonewhichsetthatup,"henotes.Thepresentsystemmakessensenowbecause,petroleumcostssolittle;asustainablesystemliketheartificialorbionicleafcan'tcompetewiththat.Butwhenoilbecomeslessandless,hesay,"Wemightwanttoredoeverythingintermsofmanufacturing.Inthefuture,youmightwanttomakeeverythingrenewable.Then,youcantrustbionicleaf."32.Whatcanbeimpliedfromthesecondparagraph?A.Thepairinventedtheartificialleaf.B.BionicleafgotitsnamefromitsinventiondevelopedbyNocera.C.Thepairareconcernedaboutenergysourcesindevelopingcountries.D.Bothbionicleafandartificialleafcanchangesolarenergyintoliquidfuel.33.Theunderlined"assimilates"inparagraph3mostnearlymeans.A.recordsB.absorbsC.attractsD.equals34.WhydoesNocerahavefaithinbionicleaf?A.Fossilfuelsnowareexhaustedandcannotbeemployed.B.Bionicleafguaranteesasustainableenergysupplycomparedwithoil.C.Liquidfuelscreatedbybionicleafaremucheasiertohandleandstore.D.Bionicleafisfarmoreefficientthanafield-grownplantandfossilfuels.35.Whatdoestheauthormainlytalkaboutconcerningthebionicleaf?A.Itsscientificefficiency.B.Itscurrentcommercialuses.C.Itsdevelopmentandsignificance.D.Itsdifferencefromtheartificialleaf.第二节(共5小题;每小题2.5分,满分12.5分)根据短文内容,从短文后的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。Sciencecanhelpyouimproveyourstudymethods.Formorethan100years,psychologistshavedoneresearchonwhichstudyhabitsworkbest.36.Hereare4tipstoimproveyourstudyhabits.SpaceoutyourstudyingNateKornell,apsychologistatWilliamsCollege,thinksit'sagoodideatostudythedaybeforeabigtest.37.Instead,spaceoutthosestudysessions.Kornellcomparesourmemorytowaterinabucketthathasasmallleak.Trytorefillthebucketwhileit'sstillfull,andyoucan'taddmuchmorewater.Allowtimebetweenstudysessions,andsomeofthematerialmaydripoutofyour,memory.Butthenyou'llbeabletorelearnitandlearnmoreinyournextstudysession.Practice,practice,practice!Musicianspracticetheirinstruments.Athletespracticesportsskills.38."Ifyouwanttobeabletorememberinformation,thebestthingyoucandoispractice,"saysKatherineRawson.She'sapsychologistatKentStateUniversityinOhio.Inone2013study,studentstookpracticetestsoverseveralweeks.Onthefinaltest,theyscoredmorethanafulllettergradebetter,onaverage,thanstudentswhostudiedthewaytheynormallyhad.TestyourselfNebel'spreferredstudyhabitisoneofthebestway.Beforebigtests,Nebel'smomquizzedheronthematerial."NowIknowthatwasretrieval(检索)practice,"shesays.AsNebelgotolder,shequizzedherself."39,"Nebelsuggests."Putquestionsononesideandtheanswersontheothersideandtrytoquizyourselfthewaytheteacherasksquestions,"sheadds.DigdeeperIt'shardtorememberastringoffactsandfiguresifyoudon'tpushfurther.Askwhythingsareacertainway.Howdidtheycomeabout?Whydotheymatter?Psychologistscallthiselaboration.It'stakingclassmaterialandaskingalotofhowandwhyquestionsaboutit.Thishelpsyoucombinenewinformationwithotherthingsyouknow.Anditcreatesabiggernetworkinyourbrainofthingsthatrelatetooneanother,shesays.40.A.ThesameshouldgoforlearningB.SometipshelpforalmosteverysubjectC.Ofcourse,nothingcanreplacestudyingwithyourmotherD.SomeexpertsholdthatstudyinglateatnightcanbereallyusefulE.ThatlargernetworkmakesiteasiertolearnandrememberthingsF.CreateapackofflashcardseverytimeyoulearnnewinformationG.Butresearchshowsit'sabadideatoforceallyourstudyingintothatday第三部分语言运用(共两节,满分30分)第一节(共15小题;每小题1分,满分15分)阅读下面短文,从短文后各题所给的A、B、C和D四个选项中,选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。WhenIwasonly13yearsold,SARSbrokeout.ButIstillrememberonemomentwhenseveral,daysbeforeamathexam,ourteacherabruptlytoldusithadbeen41becauseofSARS.Shealsosaidwewouldtakelessonsathome.Aspreparingfortheexamhadgivenme42,itfeltasifallmydreamswerecomingtrue.Isangsongsonmywayhome.WhenIreachedhome,myfather43toldmenottogooutforamonth.Thiswas44news,asIhadn'tplannedtogooutanyway.Oh,how45!Icouldplaygames,watchTVseriesandeatsnacksdayandnight.Alltheseactivitieswereonmychecklist.However,afterfinishingalltheactivitiesonthelist,mystomachwasfullbutmybrainwas46.Onreturningtoschool,ourteacherhadn'tforgottenaboutthetest,butI47torememberhowtosolvemostofthemathproblems.Myfirst48ofself-quarantining(自我隔离)athomemademerealizethatthe49wasn'tabouthavingfun.SowhenCOVID-19brokeout,beingquarantinedmademe50mychildhooddays17yearsago.Theviruswillbe51onedayandwhenitis,noexamwilllieinwait.However,asI'mnolongerastudent,homeisfarmorethana/an52placeinwhichtoeat,drinkandhavefun.Myfriendsalsofeelthattheirtimespentathomehashelpedthem53morethanusual.Somehavebecome54homechefs,whileothershavefinishedreadingWarandPeace.Onehastaughthimselfaforeignlanguage.To55mychildhoodshortcomings,Ihavesignedupforamathclasswithanonlineplatform.41.A.refusedB.lengthenedC.canceledD.regulated42.A.dutyB.headacheC.surpriseD.destruction43.A.JokinglyB.deliberatelyC.randomlyD.seriously44.A.disappointingB.interestingC.amazingD.frustrating45.A.joyfulB.painfulC.boringD.encouraging46.A.disorderedB.uneasyC.vacantD.unqualified47.A.failedB.managedC.desiredD.planned48.A.memoryB.experienceC.impressionD.complaint49.A.processB.progressC.activityD.base50.A.appreciateB.recallC.ignoreD.cherish51.A.neglectedB.forgottenC.controlledD.tested52.A.frighteningB.isolatingC.sportingD.relaxing,53.A.expectB.readC.thinkD.achieve54.A.skilledB.hardworkingC.awardedD.first-class55.A.makeuseofB.makesenseofC.makeupforD.makeroomfor第二节(共10小题;每小题1.5分,满分15分)阅读下面材料,在空白处填入适当的内容(1个单词)或括号内单词的正确形式。ChineseastronautWangYapingmadehistoryonNovember1,2021,whenshebecamethecountry'sfirstwomantoconductaspacewalk.WangandfellowastronautZhaiZhigang,twoofthethree-memberteamatChina'snewTiangongspacestation。successfully56(complete)the6.5hourspacewalkintheearlyhoursofthatday.Duringthespacewalk,theteaminstalled57air-springsuspensiondeviceandtransferconnectorstothestation'sroboticarm.Theyalsotestedthe58(safe)ofsupportingequipment,includingChina'sdomestically59(produce)spacesuit.It'sthefirsttimethecrewhaveexitedthestation60theyarrivedonOctober16.Shortlyaftersteppingoutofthespacestation'scabin,Wang61(gentle)wavedtoaudiencesonEarthandsaidshefeltgreat,inavideoreleasedbytheflightcontrolcenter.SheisChina'ssecondwomaninspace,afterLiuYangmadehistoryby62(join)theShenzhou-9spacecraftin2012.ChinesestatemediahighlightedWang'sachievement.Beforeher,only15womengloballyhadconductedspacewalkssince1984,63SovietastronautSvetlanaSavitskayabecamethefirsttodoso.Sofar,thevastmajorityoffemalespacewalkers64(be)AmericanNASAastronauts.Femalespacewalkersare"anintegralpartofmannedspace,"andWanghaslefthermarkonhistorythanks65her"bravery,"saidYangYuguang,ViceChairofSpaceTransportationCommitteeforIAF.第四部分写作(共两节,满分40分)第一节(满分15分)假定你是李华,你校英语报以“Nooneisbornawinner”这一主题征文。请你根据以下提示写一篇文章投稿。写作要求:1.结合实例说明你的理解;2.你的感想。注意:,1.写作词数应为80左右;2.请按如下格式在答题卡的相应位置作答。第二节(满分25分)阅读下面材料,根据其内容和所给段落开头语续写两段,使之构成一篇完整的短文。OnaSundaymorning,Tonywokeuptoaquiethouse.UsuallyMomwasawakemakingbreakfastandcleaningthekitchen,butnottoday.Atthesoundofhismomcoughing,Tonyknockedonherbedroomdoorandaskedwithgreatconcern,"Mom,areyouOK?""Honey,"Momsaidweakly."Ihaveaterriblecold.Youcanhavecereal(燕麦)forbreakfastandwatchcartoons.I'mgoingtostayinbed."Tonypouredsomecerealintoabowlandatethepiecesdry.Mommustfeelverybadifshewasstayinginbedallday.HowcouldTonyhelp?First,hewipedupthecrumbsofcerealheleftonthekitchencounter.Healsoputawaythecerealboxneatly,sothekitchenlookedjustasitdidwhenhewokeup.Butwhatelsecouldhedo?Tonythought.Sundaywasthedaywhenmomdidlaundry.Tonylovedtowatchtheclothesspinninginthemachine.Thatshouldbefun!Herantohisroomtogetthelaundrybasket,insidewhichtherewashismother'sfavoritewhitedress,amongotherclothesandapairofredsocks.Tonyopenedthedoortothewasherandputtheclothesinside.HehadwatchedMomdolaundrylotsoftimes,soheknewwheretofindthewashingpowderandhowtopouritintothemachine.Finally,heclosedthedoorandpressedthebigbuttonthatsaid"START".Tonylookedthroughtheroundglasswindow.Waterwaspouringin,andthemachinewasstartingtospin,makinghisclothingtumblearound.Thatwaseasy!Tonywatchedcartoonsuntilheheardthewashingmachinebeep.Thatmeantthewashingwasdone.Tonyopenedthedoortotakeoutthedampclothes.Hetookoutafewatatimeandmovedthemintothedryer.Everythingseemedclean,andTonyfeltproud.Thenhepulledoutapinkdress.注意:1.续写词数应为150左右;,2.请按如下格式在答题卡的相应位置作答。Butasfarashecouldremember,therewasnopinkdressinthelaundrybasket.Tonynervouslyknockedathismom'sbedroomdooragain,withthepinkdressinherarms.,,,,,,
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