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2014高二英语试题下学期

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    试卷摘要: The young man learned from the old man.c. The young man wanted to kill the old man.d. The young man asked the king to declare him as the greatest archer.A.abcd     B.dcba C.dbca    

e right order of the events?

a, The old man wounded the young man.b. The young man learned from the old man.

c. The young man wanted to kill the old man.

d. The young man asked the king to declare him as the greatest archer.

A.abcd     B.dcba C.dbca         D.dbac

54.What do you think would most probably happen next?

A.The young archer died from the wound soon after.

B.The king declared the young man the greatest archer.

C.The young archer found the old man’s master and killed him.

D.The young archer set off to look for the old man’s master.

55.What lesson can you learn from the story?

A.There’s always someone better than you in this world.

B.You must never try to become better than your teacher.

C.The older a man is,the better archer he usually becomes.

D.Always use a piece of wood to protect yourself from an arrow.

B

Only three local students won Chinese Blog(博客)Competition. And 15 of the 18 awards went to students from China.

170 students’ task: to get a fully-designed blog up and running, complete with many postings based on a theme of choice—all written in Chinese.

Themes ranged from local opinions-such as the usage of Singlish, education and whether Singapore can be a cultural centre-to food blogs.

The entries were judged on Language proficiency(熟练程度)and the quality of writing, as well as the design and level of exchanging ideas with readers.

Academics(学者) from the National University of Singapore and the SIM University IT experts, and a journalist from Chinese newspaper Lianhe Zaobao in Singapore made up the judges.

In the end, only three Singaporean students made it to the award list—the rest of the awards were swept up by students from China.

“No surprise,” said Mr. Chow Yaw Long, 37, teachers in charge from Innova Junior College, which organized the event. “Although the topics were local subjects, the foreign students were generally better in terms of the content of the posts and their grasp of the Chinese language. ”

One of the three local students winning the first prize in the Best Language Award was blogger Christina Gao 19, from the Saint Andrew’s Junior College, who spared no effort in researching for and writing her blog. Each entry took her between five and seven days to produce, complete with pictures and even podcasts(播客).

Her advice for bloggers is: Be responsible(负责任的).

“Some bloggers out there only seek to blame(责备) the authorities and other bloggers.” Said Miss Gao. “I think they lack responsibilities and there is no value to their posts.”

56. The competition was organized by ___________.

A. the National University of Singapore    B. Chinese newspaper Lianhe Zaobao

C. the Saint Andrew’s Junior College      D. Innova Junior College

57. Which of the following is TRUE according to the passage?

A. Not all the themes were about local subjects.

B. Chinese students won most of the awards.

C. The blogs could be written in Chinese or Singlish.

D. The judges were from universities in Singapore and China.

58. What Miss Gao said suggests that    ___________.

A. she likes to blame the authorities    B. she thinks highly of the others’ blogs

C. she has a sense of responsibility   D. she loves to read valuable posts

59. The passage is mainly about     ___________.

A. how Chinese students won the awards in the competition

B. why

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