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2017高三英语高考模拟试卷

适用年段:高三
试卷类型:单元测试
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更新日期:2017-06-27

 

                         

I 卷(选择题  85分)

第一部分  听力(共两节,满分30)

做题时,先将答案标在试卷上。录音内容结束后,你将有两分钟的时间将试卷上的答案转涂到答题卡上。

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。

例:How much is the shirt?

A. £19.15.                                             B. £ 9.18.                                  C. £ 9.15.

答案是 C。

1. What is the possible relationship between the speakers?

  A. Classmates.                  B. Colleagues.            C. Teacher and student.

2. What is the problem with Joan?

  A. She suffers from a headache.

B. She has an upset stomach.

C. She catches a bad cold.

3. What did the speakers plan to do?

  A. Go for a walk.                B. Have a picnic.          C. Play a game.

4. Why does Jack have to work on Sunday?

  A. To prepare for his lecture.      B. To finish his paper.       C. To support his family.

5. What are the speakers talking about?

  A. A crazy driver.               B. New traffic rules.        C. A traffic accident.

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,并标在试卷的相应位置。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,各个小题将给出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. Where does the conversation most likely take place?

  A. In a hotel.                  B. In an airport.           C. In a theater.

7. How much will the man pay?

  A. $1,208.                    B. $1,218.                C. $1,280.

听第7段材料,回答第8、9题。

8. Where does the man like to travel most?

  A. The Western United States.

B. The Central United States.

C. The Southern United States.

9. Which does the woman think is the worst for travel?

  A. The car’s breaking down.

B. The traveler’s getting lost.

C. The phone’s poor signal.

听第8段材料,回答第10至12题。

10. What has the woman been busy doing?

  A. Losing weight.

  B. Applying to a university.

  C. Preparing for midterm exams.

11. What should the woman do first in the man’s opinion?

  A. Sleep more.                B. Eat better.                C. Exercise more.

12. How much coffee is advised a day?

  A. Two cups.                  B. Three cups.              C. Four cups.

听第9段材料,回答第13至16题。

13. What does the woman call for?

  A. To apply for a job.           B. To reserve a room.         C. To order office supplies.

14. How much more does DO45 cost than DO44?

  A. 15 pounds.                B. 45 pounds.                C. 50 pounds.

15. What is the drawing board made of?

  A. Wood.                    B. Plastic.                   C. Metal.

16. Why can’t the woman order drawing pens and rulers now?

  A. The stocks are running low.

B. They have been sold out.

C. The girl in charge is absent.

听第10段材料,回答第17至20题。

17. What happened to the 2-year-old boy?

  A. He had a heart surgery.

  B. He suffered from cancer.

  C. He got hurt in an accident.

18. Why did the father get a scar-like picture marked on his chest?

A. To be unique.              B. To support his son.         C. To cover his scar.

19. What does Mrs. Guo think of the father’s move?

A. Acceptable.                B. Ridiculous.               C. Touching.

20. What has the father refused?

  A. Interviews.                B. Donations.                 C. Medical aid.

第二部分 英语知识运用(共两节,满分35分)

第一节 单项填空(共15题;每小题1分,满分15分)

请认真阅读下面各题,从题中所给的A、B、C、D四个选项中,选出最佳选项,并在答题纸上将该项涂黑。

21.It’s _____ most beautiful furniture, by which I was struck at the first sight and I determined to take _________ possession of it some day.

A. the; /     B. the; the          C. a; /             D. /; /

22. ________ the general state of his health, it may take him a while to recover from the operation.

A. Given       B. Giving      C. Having given      D. To give 

23. –Let’s discuss the question raised last night, shall we?

--There is no hurry for that. Besides, I ________ for a conference.

A. headed      B. was heading        C. have headed          D. am heading

24. The professor could hardly find sufficient grounds ________ his arguments in favor of the new theory.

    A. to be based on  B. to base on  C. which to base on  D. on which to base

25. Admit it or not, many of us see that higher education equals a diploma, which ______ provides us with opportunities for a better life.

A. in need    B. in return     C. in place    D. in turn

26. Backward somewhat technologically _____ we are for the moment, we have confidence in our ability to catch up in time.

  A. although        B. despite      C. as        D. once

27. Tony eventually realized his childhood dream, luckily for him, _______ he could play on one of the top teams.

A. which          B. where         C. of which        D. that 

28. –Lily, my parents have promised a 2-day trip this weekend for my good performance.

  --Cool. You _________ a good time then.

A. will be having    B. have had        C. will have had    D. were having

29. Brandt’s argument in the debate contains too many ifs and buts, so his opponents find it extremely easy to__________.

        A. crush                  B. compile        C. contradict    D. circulate

30. A Russian plane broke up in the air, _________ all 224 people on board, which was believed _______ by a bomb planted by Islamic State.

A. killing; to be caused          B. having killed; to have been caused

C. killing; to have been caused    D. having killed; to have caused

31. Thank you for reminding me of the time, or I ___________ late for the flight, which is due to leave in about two hours.

A. will be    B. have been    C. might have been    D. should be

32. China _______ as well keep its growth rate above 7 percent. Alternatively, the rate may be set between 6 to 7 percent, for the sake of a healthy environment.

    A. will        B.  should        C. may      D. need

33. It was 80 years before Christopher Columbus crossed the Atlantic _______ ZhengHe had sailed to East Africa.

  A. when      B. that      C. after    D. since

34. Judging from the message they convey, these two chapters are __________ independent of each other, that is, they are not in connection with the other at all.

  A. literally                    B. arbitrarily                      C. randomly        D. optionally

35. Over 80 people were killed by gunmen inside the Bataclan Music Venue in Paris, which urged all the nations to ________ anti-terrorism movement.

A. pick up        B. follow up      C. put up      D. hold up

第二节 完形填空(共20小题;每小题1分,满分20分)

请认真阅读下面短文,从短文后各题所给的A、B、C、D四个选项中,选出最佳选项,并在答题纸上将该项涂黑。

 When I was a teenager, my dad did everything he could to dissuade(劝阻) me from becoming a brewer(酿酒师). He’d spent his life in local breweries,   36   making a living, as had his father and grandfather before him.

So I did as he asked. I went to business school and got a highly paid job at a business-consulting firm.   37  , after working there five years, I was haunted by   38  . Is this what I want to be doing when I’m 50?

I remembered that some time before, my dad had been cleaning out the attic and   39   some old beer   40  . “Today’s beer is   41   water that can hold a head,” he’d told me.

I agreed. Americans pay good money for   42   beer, I thought. Why not make good beer for Americans using my family way?

I decided to quit my job to become a brewer. When I told Dad, I was hoping he’d put his arm around me and get   43   about continuing tradition. Instead he said, “Jim, that is the   44  thing I’ve ever heard!”

  45   Dad objected, in the end he became my new company’s first   46  , coughing up(支付) $40,000 when I opened the Boston Beer Company in 1984. Going from my fancy office to being a brewer was like mountain climbing: exciting, liberating and   47  . All my safety nets were gone.

Once the beer was made, I faced my biggest   48   yet: no one had ever heard of it. I needed a name that was   49   and elegant, so I called my beer Samuel Adams,   50   the brewer and patriot(爱国者) who helped to found the Boston Tea Party.

The only way to get the word out, I realized, was to sell direct. I filled my briefcase with beer and   51   every bar in Boston. Six weeks later, at the Great American Beer Festival, Sam Adams Boston Lager won the top prize for American beer. The rest is history. It wasn’t supposed to   52   this way ---what ever does? ---but in the end I was   53   to be a brewer.

My advice to all young entrepreneurs is simple: life is very long, so don’t   54   to make decisions. Life doesn’t let you   55  .

36. A. barely            B. easily          C. sufficiently              D. adequately

37. A. Though                B. Otherwise   C. Still                        D. Anyhow

38. A. fear                  B. doubt        C. regret                            D. desire

39. A. came across    B. picked out            C. put down                D. brought about

40. A. receipts                    B. cans                C. recipes                          D. labels

41. A. exactly        B. particularly            C. roughly                  D. basically   

42. A. inferior                    B. superb                    C. fake                        D. sour

43. A. miserable          B. amused            C. misty                      D. concerned

44. A. dumbest        B. smartest          C. toughest                  D. rudest

45. A. As soon as        B. As much as            C. As far as                  D. As long as

46. A. employer          B. customer          C. investor          D. salesman

47. A. inspiring            B. relaxing            C. pushing          D. frightening

48. A. opportunity              B. decision          C. obstacle                  D. defeat

49. A. respectable        B. honorable      C. recognizable                  D. understandable

50. A. after                  B. by                    C. as                            D. for

51. A. hit                            B. got                  C. called                      D. promoted

52. A. make out          B. reach out          C. set out            D. work out

53. A. appointed          B. destined          C. considered              D. intended

54. A. hesitate                    B. need                C. wait                    D. rush

55. A. delay                B. dream              C. plan                    D. prepare

第三部分 阅读理解(共15小题;每小题2分,满分30分)

请认真阅读下列短文,从短文后各题所给的A、B、C、D四个选项中,选出最佳选项,并在答题纸上将该项涂黑。

A

Welcome to the North Pole Adventure

The North Pole Adventure is a one-of-a-kind interactive Christmas attraction for the entire family. Unlike other Christmas attractions, it is open from November 25 until Christmas Eve. It is not a guided tour. While elves (小精灵)are throughout the adventure to interact with your children, your kids can spend as much time in each area as they wish. The adventure features a replica(复制品)of the North Pole including everything you imagine at Santa’s North Pole.

Santa’s House

  Kids will experience what it’s like at the North Pole and see first-hand what it takes for Santa and his elves to get ready for Christmas each year. The memories your children will take away from Santa’s House will be ones they will remember for a life time.

Post Office

  All kids will be assisted by Santa’s elves in writing a letter to Santa and then depositing it in Santa’s magical mailbox. A few days before Christmas, they will receive letters at their own homes from Santa.

Elf University

  Elf University is the place where elves go to school. It’s also the place where kids enjoy making Christmas presents, coloring Christmas pictures, and even filling out applications to become elves one day.

Admission:

  Buy your tickets online to avoid waiting in line. If the tickets sell out when you buy them online, there will still be tickets available at the ticket office.

56. The North Pole Adventure________.

  A. arranges elves to entertain kids in some areas  B. is open to visitors for nearly one month

  C. provides visitors with tour guide service     D. is modeled on other Christmas attractions

57. What can we learn from the passage?

  A. Tickets to the adventure can be bought online if they sell out at the ticket office

  B. Kids who visited Post Office would receive letters on Christmas Eve

  C. Kids can have fun in Santa’s House by dressing up like Santa

  D. Elf University offers kids opportunities for becoming elves

B

The highest beef prices in almost three decades have arrived just before the start of the hot season, causing a great shock to both consumers and restaurant owners-- and relief isn't likely anytime soon. A decreasing number of cattle and growing export demand from countries such as China and Japan have caused the average price of fresh beef to climb to $5.28 a pound in February, up almost a quarter from January and the highest price since 1987.

Everything that's produced is being consumed, said Kevin Good, an analyst at CattleFax, a Colorado-based information group. Prices will likely stay high for a couple of years as cattle producers start to rebuild their cattle among big questions about whether the Southwest and parts of the Midwest will see enough rain to water the grass.

"I quit buying steaks a while ago when the price went up," said 59-year-old Len Markham, who works at Texas Tech. She says she limits red meat purchases to hamburger, choosing chicken, pork and fish instead.

Restaurant owners, too, must deal with the high prices. Mark Hutchens, owner of the 50 Yard Line Steakhouse in Lubbock, raised his menu prices for beef items by about 5 percent in November. Since then, the owner of the small eating house has tried to make cuts elsewhere to avoid passing it on to customers. "It really puts more pressure on the small guys," he said of non-chain restaurants. "I just think you have to stay competitive and keep your costs low."

“White-tablecloth restaurants have adjusted the size of their steaks, making them thinner”, says Jim Robb, director of the Colorado-based Livestock Marketing Information Center. “And fast-food restaurants are cutting costs by reducing the number of menu items and are offering other meat options, including turkey burgers, Robb said. Chain restaurants also try to buy beef as much as they can, which essentially gives them a discount”, Iowa State University assistant economics professor Lee Schulz said.

The high prices are welcome news for at least one group: ranchers(大农场经营者), especially those in Texas who for years have struggled amid drought(干旱) and high feed prices. But even as ranchers breathe a sigh of relief, some worry lasting high prices will cause consumers to permanently change their buying habits -- switching to chicken or pork. Pete Bonds, a 62-year-old Texas rancher and president of the Texas and Southwestern Cattle Raisers Association, said that's a big concern. “But such fears may be unfounded, Robb said. “Three years ago, economists thought consumers would start finding substitutions for beef as the drought spread. We're surprised we haven't seen more of that," he said.

South Dakota rancher Chuck O'Connor thinks that consumers won’t abandon beef for good. "I'm sure some are maybe going to cut back some, but to say that people aren't going to buy it anymore, I don't think that's going to happen," he said, adding, "I hope not."

58. The price of beef has increased because______.

  A. there is a growing demand of fresh beef among Americans

  B. cattle producers have succeeded in raising a new type of cattle

  C. ranchers have found ways to deal with high feed prices

  D. there is a lack of rain and the export of beef is increasing

59. Which method is NOT used by restaurant owners to deal with the high beef prices?

  A. They have made the steaks smaller than before

  B. They have increased the prices of beef-related dishes

  C. They have made hamburgers with many other kinds of meat

  D. They have sought discount by purchasing large amounts of beef

60. Jim Robb gives an example in the sixth paragraph in order to_____.

  A. tell people that it is a tough job to look for substitutions for beef

  B. explain that customers won’t change their buying habits completely

  C. show his fear that chicken or pork may be an alternative to beef

  D. indicate that ranchers may be least affected by the high beef prices

C

Your New Year’s plan to move more is one of the toughest to stick to, and a group of scientists working with obese(过度肥胖的)mice think they’re starting to understand why

Rather than our sedentary(久坐的)lives causing weight gain, says Alexxai Kraviz, the National Institutes of Health neuroscientist who led the study, changes in brain chemistry after we start gaining weight affect our capacity to move.

“Obese mice can move just fine,” says Kravitz, who published the work with his team in Cell Metabolism “They just don’t.”

What Kravitz’s team found is that the activity of a particular dopamine(多巴胺)receptor linked to movement goes down as mice gain weight on a high-fat diet. So the nice slow down and they move less. And when the researchers restored the activity of that dopamine receptor—DR2—the mice started moving more, even though they were still obese. The team also saw that lean mice missing the DR2 receptor acted like obese mice. This is the target, says  Kravitz—restoring that dopamine receptor function. “Maybe 20 or 30 years down the road, we could do that in people,” he says.

And there is one more thing: The scientists fed normal mice and the mice lacking DR2 the same high-fat diet. Both sets of mice gained weight at the same rate.

Kravitz says this is important because mice lacking DR2 move less from the get-go, whereas a normal mouse takes a little time to start seeing that dopamine receptor-related loss of exercise. The ability to exercise seems to be disconnected from weight gain, he says.

“Exercise is a healthy thing to do, but its impact on weight loss has been exaggerated,” he says. “We have to be realistic about the size of the effect of exercise on weight, as opposed to health benefits.”

Still, before you abandon your New Year’s exercise plan, keep in mind that this study was done using a high-fat diet, and not the normal calorie restriction that people maintain when they diet.

That’s a big drawback to the work, says Vicki Vieira-Potter, a University of Missouri physiologist not involved in the study

“They feed the mice with high-fat diet, it damages the receptor, and that decreases activity. Those who plan to lost weight should remember high-fat diet is a nice way to cause obesity in the lab, but it’s not the same as the normal situation of obesity,” she sys.

Sine also says that a lot of the weight gain in the mice came after they stopped moving around, which indicates that the loss of movement did impact obesity.

61. Alexxai Kravitz is likely to agree that______.

  A. high-fat food leads to the lack of DR2  B. less movement results from weight gain

  C. weight gain leads to the inactivity of DR2 D. the lack of DR2 results in less movement

62. What can we infer from the research mentioned in the passage?

  A. High-fat diet is bound to cause obesity.

  B. High-fat diet has little influence on the rate of weight gain

  C. The research team aim to deal with human obesity

  D. Obese mice’s ability to move is affected by the inactivity of DR2

63. The underlined word “exaggerated” in Paragraph 7 can be replaced by “______”

  A. underestimated    B. excluded    C. overlooked    D. overemphasized

64. According to Vicki Vicki-Vieira-Potter, ______.

  A. Alexxai Kravitz’s team misread the results of the research

  B. the total loss of movement can do harm to the function of DR2

  C. besides diet, other factors behind obesity shouldn’t be ignored in daily life

  D. obesity is mainly caused by high-fat diet people take.

D

  When Charles Lee handed me the small red notebook in 1974, he changed my life. “While you are traveling, you should keep notes of things you see and do,” he explained.

  I was 20 years old, a junior in college, spending a term at the University of London. Charles was a retired traveling salesman. I was staying with him in his cottage in Kendal, located in the Lake District of northern England. It was a one-week homestay the university arranged for us before classes began.

  I took his advice. I wrote in the notebook every day during the homestay. Back in London, I recorded weekend trips to Wales, Yorkshire, France, and Spain. I commented on my classes, professors, and classmates. I contrasted my life at a small college in the US with my wandering through the streets of London, my introduction to life in a big city, and my initial travels outside the US. I tracked ideas I had about my life and my future.

  When I wrote in the notebook, I struggled with a sense of my audience and purpose. Who would read this? Were these writings just for me, or did I want others to read them? Was I recording events and ideas just as a prompt(提示)to memory, or was there some larger purpose for this daily exercise?

  I knew I was recording events, thoughts, words that were important to my life. I imagined a future me sitting down to read the pages. I wondered what it would feel like to read those words later. I wondered where I would be and what my life would be like.

  I filled the notebook Charles gave me. I bought a new one and filled it. Then another and another. I continued writing in notebooks for four decades. By that time, they filled two boxes in my garage.

  I had reread some of the journals. Specific volumes had provided me with the background I needed for dozens of articles for magazines. But I had never read them all. Recently, I decided to bring my collection of notebooks into my office and replay my life. As I opened the first box, I suddenly became nervous would I like the former me described on those pages? There was a risk in opening that first notebook. I did it anyway.

  Charles had been right. I remembered the big events and the central happenings, but on each page were many details I hadn’t retained(保留).

  The pages revealed highlights from college classes and stories about roommates and friends. I read anxious comments I’d written as I’d launched my teaching career, learned to write lesson plants, assigned grades for student work, and solved discipline problems. I reflected on my coming marriage, then the wedding, and eventually the proud moments when I held each of my three girls as a father. I recounted more trips---returning to Europe, teaching in South America, going on safari(游猎)in Africa, and exploring Greenland. I relived memories of trails hit, rivers crossed, and mountains climbed.

  The writings in those journals framed my life. I hadn’t written every day. I often skipped a few days or even weeks, but I always picked up the writing when it felt important. Journals went with me when I traveled , and I often wrote in them at school when my own students were writing.

  It took several long evenings to read through the notebooks, taking me on tour spanning(持续)42 years. As I read I could recall sitting on a bench in Trafalgar Square in London or in our apartment in Peru to write to the future me. It was then that I realized: I am now the person I was writing to throughout those years.

65. What can we learn about Charles Lee?

  A. He was an Englishman the author came across

  B. He gave the author a notebook as birthday present

  C. The author gained valuable experience of life from him

  D. The author once lived in his house as a college graduate

66. One reason why the author kept writing journals was that he wanted to _______.

 A. let others read what he wrote in the future    B. know what his life would be like in the future C. live up to Charles Lee’s expectation for him    D. leave something special to his three daughters

67. How did the author feel when he opened the first box filled with his journals?

  A. Curious          B. Surprised         C. Worried    D. Disappointed

68. By mentioning the highlights in Paragraph 10, the author intends to tell us _________.

  A. the regrets he had about his life              B. the themes of his articles for magazines

   C. the big events that happened to him          D. the benefits of keeping journals

69. We can learn from the passage that the author _________.

  A. rarely wrote journals at school            B. even wrote journals when traveling 

C. keeps a daily journal of his life             D. had kept writing journals for five decades

70. What would be the best title for the passage?

  A. A gift to my future self                   B. My interesting experience of life

  C. A red notebook                          D. Rereading my journals

第II卷 (非选择题,共35分)

第四部分  任务型阅读(共10小题;每小题1分,满分10分)

Life is not easy when you are pursuing something worthwhile and ready to learn from the best experiences. It always takes tests and then fails us to learn anything worthwhile. Here are five life lessons which people will learn the hard way in majority of cases.

It takes consistent time and effort to be an expert in any area. People usually get discouraged when it takes more time than they thought it would. At this time, people refer only to people who have already achieved what they want to do. Look at any successful person and you’ll notice one thing common in all of them: they took time to learn and mastered their skill like no one else. There is no elevator to success; you have to take the stairs.

You don’t have to live your life in a way society wants you to. Many old beliefs are being performed these days and are followed blindly. Parents sometimes force their children to select a career they don’t want because other children have selected that career. Worst of all, people follow them without even asking. There is no harm in believing in old beliefs but when you pursue them before your interest, sooner or later you’ll realize that you should first do what you think is right.

We don’t care about the things we get easily. Take health for example. Very few people take their health seriously. They know that if their health is lost, they won’t be happy, but they still eat junk food and never exercise. Why? Because they don’t take their health seriously and the real reason behind that is they have got it for free. We spend thousands on cars and take care of them nicely. Imagine what would have been the price of human body if we had to pay for it?

Be brave to take the road less traveled. In our whole life, we always want to follow the same path that everyone suggests, do the same thing everyone does, take the same career path everyone takes, wear the same clothes everyone wears, and hang out with the same people we work with. Why? Because we are scared to fail. But when you get bored of life, you realize that you are not meant to do what everyone does and that your destiny is different than anyone else’s out there in the world. But the price we pay to realize this is high because it takes a great amount of courage to follow your own trail by listening to your heart.

Break the rules sometimes. We follow rules so that things are in order and no one is disturbed unnecessarily. This is true in case of traffic and other company rules but when it comes to your life, there are rules made by people who are scared to do something apart from their routine and therefore they made rules to prevent others doing so. But when time passes by and you think you are not being directed towards your goal and these so-called rules are your biggest obstacles, BREAK THEM. Sometimes, we need to be bold and act courageously.

5 life lessons you will learn the hard way

Be (71)  ▲   to achieve success

●Time-consuming tasks often bring (72)  ▲   to people.

●What successful people have in (73)  ▲   is that they took time to learn and mastered their skill.

Live your own life

●Old beliefs have their value, but their being followed (74)  ▲   sometimes may make people suffer.

●It is not a good idea to abandon what you are (75)  ▲   in for old beliefs.

Never ignore the things we get easily

Most people don’t (76)  ▲   what they get for nothing, like health.

Take the road by listening to your heart

●People are usually trying to be like someone else because they are afraid of (77)  ▲  .

●You need to be (78)  ▲   to listen to your heart before you pay a high price.

Break the rules sometimes

●People tend to follow rules so that they can (79)  ▲   making things out of order.

●When rules become (80)  ▲   to your goal, you should break them boldly and courageously.

 

第五部分 书面表达(共1题;满分25分)

请阅读下列文字及图表,并按照要求用英语写一篇150词左右的文章。

假设你参加所在年级的英文写作比赛,请按照要求完成一篇短文:

1.简要描述下图内容,并点明主题;

2.联系实际,表达该图带给你的启示。

注意:1.短文的标题已给出(不计词数);

2.参考词汇:spoil宠坏;

3.词数150左右。

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

英语试卷答案(2017 4 25)

听力:1-5 ABBCA            6-10 BCBAC 11-15 AACAB    16-20 CABCA

单选:21-35 DADDD  CDACC  DCBAB

完形填空:36-40 ACACD                      41-45 DACAB                   

46-50 CDCCA                    51-55 ADBDC

阅读理解:56-67BD  58-60DAB  61-64DCDC    65-70CBCDBA

任务型:

71. patient        72. discouragement  73. common  74. blindly  75. interested 

76. treasure/value  77. failure          78. courageous    79. avoid  80. obstacles

作文One possible version

Too Much Care Spoils A Child

As is shown in the picture above, the blooming plant is being destroyed by over­watering. Often people do things with good intentions, but the result may be quite different. Such can also be the case with us while we grow up.

To spare us the kind of hardships they had in their childhood, our parents tend to offer us too much care, for example, making beds, washing clothes and even carrying school bags for us. They are doing all these without knowing that they are actually spoiling us.

As far as I am concerned, we children can't depend on our parents in everything, and at the same time our parents are supposed to let ourselves do whatever we can. As children, what we really need is to experience difficulties and take challenges so that we can learn from our own mistakes and grow to be independent. Only in this way can we become stronger to shoulder our due responsibilities.

 

 

 

 

 

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