注 意 事 项
第 一 节 （共 5 小题;每小题 1 分，满分 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 1 0秒钟的时间来回答有
1. What will the woman probably write her name with?
A. A pencil. B. Her finger. C. An electronic pen.
2. What would the woman probably order with chicken?
A. White wine. B. Red wine. C. Beer.
3. What is the woman's red jacket best for?
A. The rainy days. B. The windy days. C. The warm days.
4. Where did the man go yesterday?
A. The hotel. B. The office. C. The airport.
5. What do we know about the man5 s apartment?
A. It is not quiet enough.
B. It is near the train station.
C. It has a good view of the park.
英 语 试 卷 第 1页(共14页)
第 二 节 （共 1 5小题;每小题 1 分，满 分 1 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
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
听第 6 段材料，回答第6、7 题。
6. Where does the conversation probably take place?
A. In a gift shop.
B. In a food store.
C. In a travel agency.
7. What did the woman buy?
A. A cup.
B. A shirt.
C. The key chains.
听第 7 段材料，回答第 8 至 1 0题。
8. What are the speakers mainly talking about?
A. A shopping trip.
B. A family argument.
C. A working environment.
9. What does the woman probably want the man to do?
A. Do some cleaning.
B. Be careful in his job.
C. Take out the trash in turn.
10. What is the probable relationship between the speakers?
A. Mother and son.
B. Brother and sister.
C. Manager and new worker.
听第 8 段材料，回答第 1 1至 1 3题。
11. What are the speakers doing?
A. Ordering food.
B. Waiting in line.
C. Taking a break.
12. How often does the woman exercise every week?
B. Three times.
C. Four times.
13. How does the man usually get to work?
A. By walking.
B. By driving his car.
C. By taking the subway.
英 语 试 卷 第 2 页(共14页)
听 第 9 段 材 料 ，回 答 第 1 4 至 1 7题 。
14. What does the woman want to be?
A. A doctor.
B. A teacher.
C. An engineer.
15. Who does the man admire most?
A. His brother.
B. His father.
C. His grandfather.
16. Which place would the man love to travel to?
C. North America.
17. What will the woman do this summer?
A. Find a job.
B. Go on a trip.
C. Take extra classes.
听 第 1 0段 材 料 ，回 答 第 1 8 至 2 0 题 。
18. What is the speaker trying to tell us?
A. She eats too much chocolate.
B. It’ s bad to have too many hobbies.
C. Keeping fit is not an easy thing to do.
19. What does the speaker think about before exercising?
A. Watering plants.
B. Taking pictures.
C. Watching videos.
20. What does the speaker think of doing exercise?
A. It makes her happy.
B. It makes her guilty.
C. It makes her bored.
第 一 节 单 项 填 空 （共 1 5小题 ;每小题 1 分，满分 1 5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
21. The businessman studied the market in his hometown to find th e______for investment.
A. potential B. reservation C. criterion D. allowance
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22. Don’ t b e ______ by criticism. It can add to our self-awareness and benefit our development
A. put up B. put away C. put off D. put through
23. As visitors from a different culture, the least we can do is b e _______ to the people in
their own land.
A. distant B. civil C. allergic D. cruel
24. A new airport may be constructed in Nantong,_______ the pace of economic growth
will be accelerated.
A. in which case B. in that case C. in what case D. in whose case
25. — This area has changed beyond recognition.
— Indeed. But for the reform and opening-up policy, people h ere_______ out of poverty.,
A. wouldn’ t be lifted B. wouldn’ t have been lifted
C. weren’ t lifted D. hadn’ t been lifted
26. — Have you found the new flat advertised in the newspaper?
— Yes. But the community_______ very large and I nearly got lost just now.
A. had been B. was C. will be D. is
27. Taking online reading into consideration, we can challenge the assumption_______
reading for pleasure continues to decrease.
A. whether B. that C. where D. when
28. Countries which continue importing huge quantities of waste will have t o _______ the
issue of pollution.
A. maintain B. simplify C. overlook D. address
29. With WeChat Pay coming into widespread use, our household bills are convenient______ .
A. paying B. paid C. to pay D. to be paid
30. The exchange student from Kenya often shares with us the news of his country
a n d _______of his neighbouring countries.
A. those B. that C. it D. the one
31. The younger generation axe raised in a more open environment, which has enabled
them to develop_______ their values in life.
A. in charge of B. in contrast to C. in exchange for D. in tune with
32. — What an amazing picture!
— The little b o y _______ the soldiers, and I caught them in an unguarded moment.
A. was saluting B. saluted C. had saluted D. would salute
3 3 . ______to developing the green economy, as is reported, is the driving force behind the
success of the village.
A. Committed B. To have committed
C. Being committed D. Having committed
3 4 . ______the player I came across in the stadium spoke， I hadn’ t realized she was foreign.
A. Until B. Unless C. Since D. Although
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35. — To apply for a short-term study visa in the UK, I have to be able to speak some
English, but I want to go there just to learn English.
— Oh，it ’ s really_______ .
A. a confidential source B. a catch-22 situation
C. a Pandora’ s box D. a Herculean task
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，
As a child I never worried about losing my hearing, even though many other members
of my family had done so. It seemed I was one of the 36 ones. I had a lovely voice
and felt 37 about my singing. At 13 ,1 made my debut (初次登台） in a school production
of Carlo Menotti’ s opera and knew then that I 38 on stage.
But then I noticed that 39 I didn ’ t sit at the front in lectures, I would 40 to
hear. I went to the hospital to have a 41 test. I felt desperate, my ambitions 42
by a diagnosis of incurable nerve deafness.
However, my bravery persuaded me to 43 my plans and I went on to study at the
Royal Northern College of Music. I kept my 44 a closely guarded secret, convinced
that admitting it would 45 my career. I won roles on merit ( 凭成绩 ） ， but the added
fear and anxiety at auditions (试听） 46 me.
At 2 8 ,1 made my debut at New Sadler’ s Wells Opera. But my hearing loss was 47 ?
I couldn’ t hear myself sing well any more. I ’ d get a feeling of terror and want to 48
before every performance. 49 a superb technician fitted in-the-ear hearing aids,
making me self-conscious and my confidence 50 I was fast learning to 51 ,
singing by sensation. Recording music is now a joy and acoustic ( 原声的 ） sounds through
the headphones help me 52
53 in technology mean my latest hearing aids are wireless, and my 54 is at
its peak. I continue to tour the world. This year, I decided it was time to be 55 not
ashamed, and went public as the only deaf mezzo-soprano in the world.
36. A. clever B.lucky C. pitiful D. active
37. A. curious B. anxious C. awkward D. confident
38. A. belonged B. sacrificed C. survived D. trembled
39. A. though B. since C. if D. after
40. A. struggle B. hesitate C. pretend D. cease
41. A. blood B. hearing C. sight D. memory
42. A. achieved B. developed C. crushed D. extended
43. A. figure out B. stick to C. go over D. give up
44. A. background B. scores C. ambitions D. deafness
45. A. start B. further C. change D. min
46. A. puzzled B. consumed C. impressed D. motivated
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47. A. accelerating
48. A. rest
49. A. Thankfully
50. A. faded
51. A. forget
52. A. laugh
53. A. Drawbacks
54. A. attention
55. A. famous
第 三 部 分 阅 读 理 解 （共 1 5小题；每小题 2 分 ，满 分 3 0 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
We believe every kid deserves a childhood. The opportunity to be a kid. Sunshine
in dark days. That ’ s why we ’ ve partnered with The Sunshine Kids?.
The non-profit Sunshine Kids?, established in 1982, is committed to bringing sunshine
to young cancer patients ’ lives by providing positive group activities and emotional
support, helping them do what kids are supposed to do— have fun and celebrate life.
The foundation provides a variety of free programs and events for kids receiving cancer
treatments in hospitals across North America.
Each year Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices network members raise $2 million+
through a wide variety of fundraisers and community events, and through ticket sales
and contributions made at our annual Sales Convention.
The Sunshine Kids? and Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices look forward to the
day when the Foundation will no longer need to exist. But until that day, both organiza?
tions remain dedicated to the cause.
Talk to your Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices agent to see how you can bring
sunshine into the lives of young cancer patients.
56. According to the advertisement, the Sunshine Kids? Foundation______ .
A. provides free medical treatment for kids with cancer
B. is meant to bring joy and support to kids with cancer
C. is funded by government budget and personal donations
D. expects the very day when kids will be free from cancer
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57. The purpose of the advertisement is t o ______ ?
A. appeal to people to contribute to charity
B. educate people on the importance of charity
C. promote Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices
D. offer consultant service to the Sunshine Kids?
Researchers around the world interested in uncovering complex human disorders，
such as Alzheimer^ disease, could soon have access to cloned monkeys with genomes that
have been edited to display these conditions in China.
On 24 January, scientists at the Institute of Neuroscience (ION) in Shanghai reported
that they had used gene-editing to disable a gene in monkeys that is crucial to their sleep-
wake cycle. The scientists then cloned one of those monkeys to produce five primates (灵
长目动物 ） with almost identical ( 相同的）genes. It is the first time that researchers
have cloned a gene-edited monkey.
Primates are the best animal model for studying higher cognitive (认知的 ） functions
and brain disorders in humans， says neuroscientist Mu-ming Poo，IO N ’ s director and
co-founder of the new 720 million yuan (U S$106 million) centre. The advantage of
creating cloned monkeys is that it reduces the number of animals needed for certain types
of experiments, such as testing whether a drug works.
But some scientists think that experiments using monkeys should be a last approach
because of their higher levels of cognition. Mitchell Lazar， who studies metabolic disease at
the University of Pennsylvania, says that some experiments in mice— for example, research
into the genes behind human diseases— are equally appropriate scientifically as in
primates. Research in mice is also more accepted by the public, and the animals are
cheaper and quicker to produce. Lazar worries that if scientists have ready access to
populations of gene-edited monkeys, they might use them for experiments when rodents
( 啮齿动物 ） would do.
Poo says that mice are not a good substitute for studying higher cognitive functions
and brain disorders in humans. He argues that cloning will reduce the burden on monkeys
by cutting the number used in labs. The ION follows strict international guidelines for
animal research， he says.
P oo’ s team will continue to study the effect of gene editing on their five cloned
monkeys. The group disabled a gene, BMAL1, that has a crucial role in maintaining
circadian rhythm (生理节奏 ） ， the internal clock that helps a healthy sleep-wake cycle. In
people, BMAL1 mutations have been linked to diabetes, hypertension and depression.
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The monkeys with the disabled BMAL1 genes move more at night and sleep less
overall. They also display psychosis-related symptoms, such as fear and anxiety, when put
in unfamiliar environments.
The team ’ s next step is to look in detail at the neural ( 神经的 ) mechanisms that
might create these problems. It will also take advantage of the genetically identical
monkeys to hunt for diagnostic markers of circadian rhythm-related disorders and possible
58. Why were the genetically identical monkeys cloned?
A. To prove scientistsJ innovation in cloning animals.
B. To study the rare characteristics of cloned monkeys.
C. To explore many possibilities for monkeysJ cognition.
D. To provide improved animal models of human diseases.
59. What does Mitchell Lazar think of cloning monkeys?
A. It is of little value.
B. It is of much practice.
C. It is hardly acceptable.
D. It is completely illegal.
60. From the passage we can know that Poo’ s team w ill_______ .
A. continue to disable a gene on the monkeys
B. try to clone more monkeys and edit their genes
C. find the similarities between humans and monkeys
D. determine the cause of sleep disorders and find cures
61. WhatJs the main idea of the passage?
A. Chinese effort to clone gene-edited monkeys kicks off.
B. Chinese dream to clone monkeys has finally come true.
C. Cloning monkeys is an important breakthrough in science.
D. Cloning gene-edited monkeys has caused some moral risks.
We are obsessed ( 迷恋 ) with ourselves. We study our history， our psychology， our
philosophy. Much of our knowledge revolves ( 使旋转 ） around humankind itself， as if we
were the most important thing in the universe.
But in the course of the centuries we have come to realize just how many wrong ideas
w eJve had. We have learned of the existence of black holes, waves of space, and of the
extraordinary molecular structures in every cell of our bodies.
The more we discover， the more we understand that what we don’ t yet know is greater
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than what we know. The more powerful our telescopes, the stranger and more unexpected
are the heavens we see. The closer we look at the minute detail of matter, the more we
discover of its profound structure.
In a famous story told by Plato in the seventh book of The Republic, some men are
chained at the bottom of a dark cave and see only shadows cast upon a wall by a fire behind
them. They think that this is reality. One of them frees himself, leaves the cave and discovers
the light of the sun and the wider world. At first the light, to which his eyes are unaccustomed,
stuns and confuses him. But eventually he can see and returns excitedly to his companions
to tell them what he has seen. They find it hard to believe.
We are all in the depths of a cave, chained by our ignorance, our prejudices, and
our weak senses reveal only shadows. If we try to see further, we are confused: we are
unaccustomed. But we try. This is science. Scientific thinking explores and redraws the
world, gradually offering us better and better images of it, teaching us to think in ever more
effective ways. Its strength is its capacity to demolish (推翻 ) old ideas， to reveal new regions
of reality, and to construct new, more effective images of the world. This adventure rests
upon the entirety of past knowledge, but at its heart is change.
The incompleteness and the uncertainty of our knowledge， hung over the abyss (深、渊）
of what we don’ t know， does not make life meaningless: it makes it interesting and precious.
62. What does the author want to tell us in the first three paragraphs?
A. The new discoveries of the universe prove to be wrong.
B. Man has created splendid cultures in the course of centuries.
C. Our knowledge of the universe is incomplete and uncertain.
D. The existing technologies are enough for further exploration.
63. The story told by Plato is meant t o _______?
A. make us aware of the cruelty of reality
B. encourage us to explore the unknown world
C. applaud the heroic deeds of chasing freedom
D. justify our ignorance and prejudice about the world
64. What does the author want to stress in the passage?
A. Exploring the universe makes our life meaningful.
B. Leaving things as they are makes our life perfect.
C. New discoveries of the universe will cause confusion.
D. Past knowledge prevents us constructing a new world.
It was 2012, and somewhere on a cassava (木暮 ) and banana farm in rural Tanzania，
there were four of us standing in a circle: me, two farmers named Joyce and Elijah, and
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the former secretary general of the United Nations, Kofi Annan.
Elijah and Joyce did most of the talking. They told us how this farm was unlike any
they had worked on; how there were improved crop varieties and new tools to process the
harvest. There was even a daycare centre near the farm. This way, women could spend
more time selling what they grew. I rattled off (不假思索地说出 ） some questions. Do you
sell your cassava only here— or do you ship it somewhere else? How far is the market?
Have you seen a difference in your yields? Kofi, though, mostly listened.
Later, after we left the fields and walked towards the daycare centre where there was
a bigger crowd, Kofi started talking. He was telling jokes, trying to put everyone at ease,
and doing a very good job of it. The man had the deepest, most infectious laugh F ve ever
heard and an incredibly commanding voice. He sounded like an actor playing himself.
Kofi and I had attended a lot of the same UN events, and he ’ d visited our foundation ’ s
offices in Seattle a few times, so F d seen him charm a room before. But this day on the
cassava farm was different. He was completely at home here. I suppose I shouldn't have
been surprised: Kofi Annan, of all the world leaders I had met, had spent the most time
thinking about how to help places like this farm and people like Joyce and Elijah.
When my husband Bill and I started our foundation in 2000, we still had so many
questions about the best ways to fight poverty and disease, and Kofi, it seemed, already
had the answers. That year，h e ’ d written a manifesto ( 宣言 ） about the UN’ s role in the
21st century. In its final pages，h e ’ d included a set of targets around poverty and disease
reduction that he wanted the world to achieve by 2015. These became known as the Millennium
Development Goals (M D G ), and at first, critics dismissed them immediately. Cut extreme
poverty in half? Stop the spread of HIV, malaria and TB, the three greatest killers in poor
countries? At best, it was overly optimistic.
Kofi wasn * t satisfied with just setting the goals, though. He wanted to push the world
to achieve them. No other secretary general was so able to connect the U N ^ heart with its
brain, its mission to lift up the sick and the poor with an effective plan for doing so. He
was a master, too, at bringing world leaders along for the ride.
Today, there are 27 million people alive who would have otherwise died from HIV-related
illness, TB or malaria And they live, in large part, because Kofi gathered the world to establish
the Global Fund, which pays for medicines and things that prevent those diseases from
spreading, such as mosquito nets. The world met its goal of halving the global poverty rate
by 2015; in fact, it did so five years ahead of schedule, in 2010. “ Development experts， ”
one observer wrote， “ are still rubbing their eyes.”
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When he received the Nobel Peace Prize in 2001， Kofi said that “today’ s real borders
are not between nations, but between the powerful and powerless” . He saw Africa’ s small
farmers as part of the latter camp and wanted to give them a way to lift themselves out of
poverty. This was what led us to that cassava farm back in 2012.
I remember that after our visit that day， Kofi thanked me for the foundation’ s work.
He was generous in his praise, and then he gave me a nickname. “ Mama Melinda， ” he
It was a term of respect, typically given to an elder, and I felt honored but surprised.
Mama Melinda? If there was one person who deserved such an honour, I thought, it wasn5t me.
65. Kofi Annan’ s inspection of the farm is mentioned t o _______ .
A. introduce the carefree lifestyle of African people
B. illustrate his close relationship with African farmers
C. emphasize the gravity of poverty in African countries
D. show his concern for the poverty-relief work in Africa
66. We can know from the passage that the M D G _______ .
A. failed to win support from leaders of the world
B. was too ambitious and optimistic to be successful
C. focused more on the goals than effective measures
D. revealed Kofi ’ s extraordinary wisdom and capability
67. What can we infer from the underlined part in Para.7?
A. It was hard to see where the hope lay.
B. The success of the MDG was unbelievable .
C. The development experts were moved to tears.
D. The long-term commitment made people sleepy.
68. We can learn from K ofi’ s words in Para.8 that_______ ?
A. the powerful people rule over the powerless masses
B. the powerful nations often occupy their powerless neighbors
C. the gap between the rich and the poor separates the world apart
D. the rich and the poor countries should compromise on border issues
69. Which of the following can be used to describe Kofi Annan?
A. Charming, aggressive and stubborn. B. Ambitious, easy-going and dutiful.
C. Conservative, humorous and positive. D. Bureaucratic, sympathetic and generous.
70. What’ s the best title for the passage?
A. Mama Melinda: a nickname with great honour.
B. The UN: an organization full of different voices.
C. Africa: a land blessed with considerable opportunities.
D. Kofi Annan: a statesman devoted to global development.
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注意 :每个空格只填 1 个单词。请将答案写在答题卡上相应题号的横线上。
How many cabs in New York City? How many tears in a bottle of wine? These aren^
just the lyrics ( 歌词 ) to a song by the Australian musician Paul Kelly. They are the kind of
questions you are likely to be asked during a job interview.
In recent years, it has become common for bosses to ask interview questions that are
impossible to answer. There is no right answer to these “ brainteasers” . Instead, they are
supposed to help an interviewer calculate an applicant’ s ability to reason. What matters is
how you come to the conclusion, not what conclusion you arrive at.
Brainteasers started out in management consultancy firms. Young graduates hoping to
join the company would be asked: “ How many phone booths are there in Manhattan?”
They weren ’ t expected to blurt out (脱 口说出 ) a random number — instead, they were
expected to show they could solve even the most stupid problem.
As consultants swarmed across other organizations， they bought their inscrutable (难
以理解的 ） questions with them. Now, people applying for a job in a call centre can expect
to be asked how a nuclear power plant works.
While many bosses have great confidence in how good or effective brainteasers are, a
research paper published in the journal Applied Psychology found they are useless for
spotting the best candidate for the job. What they are great for is to make employers feel
like intellectual giants.
The study’ s findings are not surprising. Studies have repeatedly found that most
methods of selecting job candidates are hopelessly flawed ( 有缺点的 ） ? Job interviews are
among the worst way of picking the right person for the job.
The results of this research raise the question: if interviews are bad at picking the
right person for the job, what are they there for? One feeling I have is that many job selection
processes are thinly disguised (伪装的 ) forms of suffering， designed to make applicants feel
worthless and boost the confidence of the person asking the question.
Think about the extensive list of personal skills required for even the most lowly entry-level
job. Or those painful assessment centres where you are supposed to play nice with people
you are competing against to get the job. And then there are the firms that ask applicants to
make a presentation to convey how awesome the firms are. All these exercises seem designed
not to get the best person for the role, but to assure the boss how great they are, and remind
you just how lucky you would be to get this boring job.
矣 语 试 卷 第 l 2 页(共 I 4 页）
Passage outline Supporting details
? They are widely used in job interviews and the answers are
(71 ) ▲ to interpretation.
? They focus more on an applicant’ s (72) ▲ skills rather
than the outcomes.
(7 3 ) ▲ and
popularity of brainteasers
? They started out in management consultancy firms and
spread to other organizations.
? Nowadays, a job applicant is often asked questions
(74 ) ▲ to the job he applies for.
? (75 ) ▲ to popular belief of the bosses, brainteasers are
actually useless for selecting candidates.
? They are just meant to show off the (7 6 ) ▲ of the
? Many job selection processes make job applicants have a
poor (7 7 ) ▲ of themselves and the employers more
? Some job applicants are asked to show skills, some of which
are (78) A the requirements of a certain occupation.
? In some assessment centres, job applicants are required to
play nice with their (79) ▲ .
? Some job applicants are supposed to make a presentation to
(80 ) ▲ the firms.
8 1 .请阅读下面有关中国在线外卖现状调查的柱状图及相关文字，并按照要求用
The scale of consumers of fast food delivery service in CWna
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2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 (Year)
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The fast food delivery service, which depends on the already-existing restaurants, can
cover a larger place with more customers without taking the seats of restaurants. Under the
current economic and market condition, the fast food delivery service has been the new
battlefield of the fast food giants in China. Even MacDonald^ and KFC, the two international
fast food giants are fighting against each other for more market share in China’ s fast
food delivery industry.
However, Jing Linbo, Deputy Director of the Institute of Finance and Trade Economics,
the Chinese Academy of Social Science, thought that the fast food delivery is the new growth
point of fast food enterprises. But the fast food enterprises should have certain comprehensive
strengths to do this service, which is thought to be different from the traditional food industry
in some aspects.
Besides, with the development of the new industry, there also emerge problems. And
some observers have given their warnings. They warn that if the fast food enterprises take
no notice of the hidden problems, they will lose the customers in the competitive market
1 . 用 约 3 0 个单词概述上述信息的主要内容；
2 . 结合上述信息，简要分析外卖盛行的主要原因；
3 . 请从消费者角度谈谈你对外卖的看法及建议，用 2 - 3 个理由支撑你的观点。
1 . 写作过程中不能直接引用原文语句；
2 . 作文中不能出现真实姓名和学校名称；
3 . 不必与标题。
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71. open/subjective/ left 72. reasoning 73. Origin / Beginning /Start
74 irrelevant / unrelated/ unconnected 75. Contrary
76 intelligence/wisdom/ knowledge/ greatness/ excellence
77. assessment /evaluation/ opinion/ image 78. beyond
79 competitors/ rivals/ opponents 80. praise/ applaud
81. 0 ~ne possible version:
The number o f the consumers o f the fast food delivery service has increased steadily
from2011 to 2018. However, there may exist some potential problems with the new industry.
A number o f factors contribute to the increase. Not only can good quality and reasonable
prices o f fresh food be guaranteed to some extent but the service can also benefit those who are
too busy to prepare meals themselves. What's more, the development o f the Internet has made it
easy to decide on their favorite food and place orders, which is both time-saving and economical.
As a consumer, Fm convinced the fast food delivery service will witness a constant rise in the
near future. We consumers should be careful to choose those restaurants whose quality o f food is
guaranteed. And fast food enterprises should actively take hidden problems into account and
provide quality service.
1?本题总分为2 5分，按 5 个档次给分。（参见附录）
3 . 词数少于130或多于170的，从总分中减去2 分
4. 文章应分为三大部分:1)概述； 2)对外卖的看法及建议；3)用 2-3个理由支撑观点。
如出现1 个大错，从总分中减去1 分。如出现1 个小错，从总分中减去半分。
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第五档(很好) : （21--25分）
第四档(好) : （16 --20分）
第三档(适当) :(1 1 --1 5分）
第一档(差) :(1 --5分）
不得分: ( 0 分）