衢州二中二模英语参考答案

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衢州二中二模英语参考答案

第一部分 听力1-5 ACBBC  6-10 AAABB  11-15 CCBAA  16-20 CACCB

第二部分 阅读理解(共两节,满分40分)

21-23 CBD  24-26 CBD  27-30 DCAC  七选五 31-35 GFCAB

第三部分

第一节 完形填空

36-40BCADA    41-45BCDAC      46-50DBACD      51-55ACABD

第二节 语法填空

56. successfully      57. proved/proven       58. to swim         59. requirement      60.was dropped     61. the     62. that/which              63. with/ to     64.As     65.Consequently

第四部分 写作

应用文范文参考:

Version 1:

Dear Mr. Hurst,

I am sorry to disturb you while you are enjoying your vacation. I am writing on behalf of my classmates for your advice.

Recently we have been busy preparing Hamlet for the Drama Competition to be held next month, which is an important event in our school’s English Cultural Festival. With the attached video of our rehearsal, I sincerely hope you could offer your guidance on our performance. I would also appreciate if you could share your valued opinion on our costumes, acting skills and onstage light and sound effects. Any suggestions are highly appreciated. 

I do hope you’ll enjoy your holiday!

Yours sincerely,

Li Hua

Version 2

Dear Mr. Hurst,

I am sorry to trouble you during your vacation. My classmates and I would like to ask for your help.

Our school is having a Drama Competition next month as part of an English Cultural Festival, and we have been working hard on our performance of Hamlet. I have sent a video of us practicing our play. Could you please tell us what you think of our performance and acting? Also, is there anything we can do to improve our clothing, light and sound effects?

We look forward to your ideas and thank you for your help.

I do hope you’ll enjoy your holiday!

Yours sincerely,

Li Hua

 

 

One possible version:

Seeing what was going on, my dad seemed to have an idea. He put his hand into his pocket, pulled out a $20 bill and dropped it on the ground. (We were not wealthy in any sense of the word! Then my father reached down, picked up the bill and tapped the man on the shoulder and said, “ Excuse me, sir, this fell out of your pocket.” The man turned around and saw the money. He knew what was going on. He looked straight into my dad's eyes, took my dad's hand in both of his squeezed tightly onto the $20 bill, and with his lip quivering/shaking and a tear streaming down his cheek, he replied,  “Thank you, thank you, sir. This really means a lot to me and my family.”

That day my father and I went back to our car and drove home without any tickets. The 20$ that my dad gave away is what we were going to buy our own tickets with. Although we didn’t get to see the circus that night, we both felt a joy inside us that was far greater than seeing the circus could ever provide. It’s more blessed to give than to receive. Nothing can be truer than that.

or

 That day my father and I went back to our car and drove home without any tickets. We didn’t go to the circus that night. When I asked dad why he did so, Dad said, “My child, it was a desperate, heartbreaking and embarrassing situation for a father. Surely he wasn’t begging for a handout, but he reminded me of my father, when I was young,” He paused for a while, as if wandering in his memory. “We should appreciate what we have obtained from life and seize every opportunity to help others. We didn’t go to the circus tonight, but we didn’t go without. Now, do you wanna an ice?”

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