高中英语2011届重庆市高三学生学业质量调研抽测(第二次)
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    “有人认为做了好事期望能得到回报,也有人认为应该像雷锋那样做好事而不期待回报。”你校正在就该话题展开讨论。请写一篇英语短文向你校英语报投稿,重点谈谈你的看法并说明理由(不少于两点)。

    注意:

    1.开头已为你写好,不计入总词数。

    2.词数100左右。

    3.请在答题卡上作答。

    A Reward or Not?

        Recently, it is under discussion whether one should expect a reward for doing a good deed. Opinions differ.

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    此题要求改正所给短文中的错误.对标题号的每一行做出判断:如无错误,在该行右边的横线上划(√);如有错误(每行只有一个错误),则按下列情况改正:

    此行多一个词:把多余的词用斜线划掉,在该行右边横线上写出该词,并也用斜线划掉。

    此行缺一个词: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。

    此行错一个词: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。

    What a long winter vocation! I stay at home doing nothing except            1       

    homework every day as a robot. One day, an idea occurred to me:                  2       

    “Why not to find a part – time job to learn something new?”                           3       

    The next day morning, after visiting many shops, I was lucky                 4       

    enough to find one in small but pretty cake shop. When a                              5       

    tired – looking old man came in to buy some cake, I immediate                      6       

    helped him sat down in a chair and then brought him the cake.                       7       

    After he paid for them, I said thanks to him. He looked so                              8       

    happy that he praised me with a satisfying smile. From this,                            9       

    I learned: “Be good to others or they’ll be good to you”.                                 10       

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    There’s always been tension (紧张) – throughout our history – a kind of tension between private development and government control, especially when it comes to development of land for agriculture.

    Catherine Parr Traill – an expert in the nineteenth century – said that the natural beauty of Canada’s wilderness would disappear because of agricultural development. But, fortunately for us, what Catherine Parr Traill had said turned out to be not entirely true. The Quinte Wildflower Project proves that people can come together to keep the beauty of the wilderness. The project continues a trend(趋势) to beautify Norty American highways that goes all the way back to the 1960s and the beginning of the Adopt – a – Highway programs, the programs that use volunteers to clean up the litter along roadsides. Since the sixties, beautification programs have been broadened to include the planting of native flowers and shrubs (灌木).

    The Quinte Wildflower Project is the largest roadside planting of wildflowers in Ontario. The project was born in 1996, with the help of private sponsors (赞助人) and government gardening experts. Areas along an 18 – kilometer stretch of Highway 401 – from Trenton to Belleville – most of the sites were planted with one of two native wildflower seed mixtures. Both seed mixtures produce flowers that require little care and are hardy enough to grow in roadside conditions. Each seed mixture contains several different species, and wildflowers grow well, so there’s steady show of colors from June to October.

    The Quinte Wildflower Project has been a huge success. Its greatest success has been in attracting both public interest and private sponsors. It shows that government and citizens can work together and that their joint efforts can and do work.

    1The writer develops the topic of roadside beautification          .

           Aby comparing two different ways to the topic

           Bby expressing disagreement with past efforts at roadside beautification

           Cby discussing an example of a beautification project

           Dby describing recent research in flower planting

    2Why does the writer mention the Adopt – a – Highway programs that began in the 1960s?

           ATo explain why early beautification projects failed.

           BTo encourage readers to volunteer for highway cleanup.

           CTo suggest an increase in supplying money for the programs.

           DTo describe the history of roadside beautification efforts.

    3The word “hardy” in the third paragraph most probably means         .

           Ahard – working and likely to make great achievements

           Bstrong and able to stand difficult living conditions

           Cugly but strong enough to live through very hard times

           Dbeautiful but likely to grow even better in some cold areas

    4What does the professor think of the work between government and private citizens?

           AThey have been shown to work successfully.

           BThey rely too much on private sponsors.

           CThey are the best way to get anything done.

           DThey can cause damage to the environment.

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    Researchers study television to understand its effects on viewers and to measure its effectiveness in selling products. Much of the research on TV audiences is market research, paid for by companies with something to sell. Let me repeat: research on television is supported largely by advertisers.

    The television industry depends on advertising money to run, and this relationship influences what television offers viewers. Advertisers aim to reach mass audiences and particular social groups. In turn, the television industry tries to meet the needs of advertisers, because pleasing the advertisers is nearly as important as pleasing the public. This means advertisers have a lot of control over what programs are made and when they are shown.

    Television is the most effective marketing tool ever created. Many advertisements apply basic psychology (心理学) by sort of turning to our insecurities and desires. Ads convince us that the things we once thought were luxuries (奢侈) are now necessities. Television is highly skilled at creating images (形象) of a comfortable life, not just in the ads, but in the programs as well. Using expert market research, programmers and advertisers sort of paint a picture of life centered on material possessions. This kind of life may look attractive and desirable, but it’s all at the expense of personal relationships.

    As you probably can tell, I prefer to agree with critics(评论家) of the media. Advertising does create false needs, and products we really need don’t require advertising. Television advances consumerism (消费至上). It shows us things, things, and more things. It encourages greed and envy. Television helps create a wasteful society, where things are thrown out long before they are worn out.

    1What is the main idea of the passage?

           ATelevision research is an interesting field.

           BAdvertising is effective in selling products.

           CTelevision helps develop a culture of consumerism.

           DThe television industry should be better managed.

    2According to the passage, researchers study television to        .

           Alearn about the types of programs

           Bunderstand the culture of the society

           Cdecide which programs to export

           Dmeasure how much it helps to sell products

    3The writer uses the underlined sentences in Paragraph 3 to          .

           Aargue that television images of life lack depth and meaning

           Bwarn readers not to spend more money than they can afford

           Cshow that television programs can advance personal growth

           Dsuggest that readers watch only high – quality programs

    4What is the writer’s opinion of television?

           ATelevision is the best way to advertise products and services.

           BTelevision mostly has had a side effect on society.

           CPeople have a wrong opinion of television.

           DIt is the duty of television to help create a rich society.

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    CONGRATULATIONS

    We’ve organized the following information to help you prepare for your arrival at Boston College. Please feel free to contact (联系) our Admissions Office at any time over the coming months with any questions.

    Your First Steps…

    Please return the Acknowledgement Form sent with your acceptance letter to Dean Robert Howe, Graduate School of Arts & Sciences, McGuinn Hall 221,140 Commonwealth Avenue, Chestnut Hill, MA 02467.

    For Ph. D. Acceptances and Master’s Acceptances with funding, we ask you to reply by April 25,2008.

    For Master’s Acceptances without funding and Non – degree Acceptances, we ask you to reply by May 31,2008.

    You should also contact your department to receive any department information.

    Over the Coming Months…

    Get informed about services around campus (校园). We have provided links for you to the following offices.

    Student Services

    After you return your Acknowledgment Form, you should receive a letter containing your BC Username and Eagle ID number. With this information you can reach email and Agora. In Agora, BC’s online community, you can update your student information, check your student account (帐目), and register (登记) for classes.

    The Office of Student Services issues (发行) your BC Eagle One Card. This ID card acts as your campus library card and meal card.

    Student Services’ website offers a complete listing of courses for the school year, as well as student forms and other important student information. The Office of Student Services also handles billing.

    Housing

    CLICK HERE for more information.

    If we can be of any more help to you, just contact us. Congratulations again! We look forward to you joining our University!

    1The above page can most probably be read          .

           Aon the Boston College website               Bin the Boston College newspaper

           Con BC Eagle One Card.                         Dat Student Services 

    2The information above is particularly useful for those          .

           Awho want to apply for Boston College

           Bwho want to know about Boston College

           Cwho’ve been admitted to Boston College

           Dwho’ve decided to pay a visit to Boston College

    3If you want to study for your master’s degree with funding, you will have to         .

           Areturn your Acknowledgment Form by April 25,2008             

           Bsend back your Acknowledgment Form By April 25,2008

           Cemail your Acknowledgment Form to Admissions Office by May 31,2008

           Dreturn your Acknowledgment Form to Student Services by April 25,2008

    4If you want to decide what courses for the school year you’d better           .

           Acall up the Office of Student Services

           Bget in touch with the Admissions Office

           Cread your acceptance letter

           Dvisit Student Service’s website

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