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（一） 2021 年·汕头一模
（二） 2020 年·八省联考
（三） 2020 年·五校联考
（四） 2020 年·浙江高考
（五） 2020 年·汕头质检
（一）2021 年·山东日照高三 9月校级联考
（一）2019 年·山东实验中学 2月月考
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（一） 2021 年·汕头一模
Jayce began noticing when he was in kindergarten that he looked different from his
classmates.They had two hands while he had one.Due to their young age,Jayce was encouraged that he
was just like an angel with one wing folded to prepare for something.
It started when one boy laughed at him.From that day,5-year-old Jayce turned sad.He returned
home with questions.“Why am I different？Why me? Why? ”He cried to ask his mother,Lewis.Seeing
Jayce was mad at God for making him that way,the poor mother felt it a huge dagger to her
heart.What made her more sorrowfull was that she didn’t know what to do at that point and how to
provide answers to her son’s questions which she could never find out herself.The white lie burst just
like bubbles that day.
A few weeks later, Lewis turned on the TV to a news story, where she was shocked to find out
the answer.It was Trashaun,an eighth grader,that displayed positive energy from his head to his
toe.The 14-year-old sunny boy performed his slam dunks（大灌篮）on the TV, who had been a hit on
the Internet.However,like Jayce,he had missed most of his left arm since his childhood! Lewis called
her son Jayce in.The poor little boy got spellbound,watching dunk after dunk.
At the time, it seemed that watching Trashaun would simply be an inspiring moment for
Jayce.He saw Trashaun as a tough role model who had a seemingly similar born disability but led a
brilliant life. And had it stayed just that, Lewis would have been happy. But little did she know that a
family friend had already reached out to Trashaun,asking him to help set up a meeting with Jayce to
rebuild his confidence.
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The day was not spent drowning in self-pity but for fun. The boys met at a middle school
on a sunny afternoon, and instanty bonded. Seeing his role model in flesh, Jayce was too thrilled to
say a single word but slandhere with his mouth open wide.Amused by the sight, Tashaan held Jayce's
tiny hand as if Jayce had been his little brother to play hide-and-seek first, due to their similar
The day was not spent drowning in self-pity but for fun.
Staring at the shirt he sent Jayce, Trashaun began to talk about their left arms.
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congenital defect.Gradually, Trashaun led Jayce to ride bikes around the school, and eventually, taught
Jayce slam dunks.During the rest,Trashaun took up a shirt that says“Five fingers can also make it”,
which was prepared for Jayce.
Staring at the shirt he sent Jayce, Trashaun began to talk about their left arms. Trashaun
smiled,“l guess you may be puzzled, surprised, upset, even frustrated,hating God making you this
way.”He paused, resting his eyes on Jayce’s. Then he patted Jayce’s head, “But I think this is the
perfect way God made me. With five fingers, we also made it in lots of things just now. The missing
arm is like a wing folded by an angel. Only when you're tough will you see the wing!" Behind stood
Lewis,whose face was flooded with tears. She confirmed the l4-year-old would be a superhero one
day, so would her son, who was unfolding his hidden wing!
The day was not spent drowning in self-pity but for fun. When they met,Trashaun hugged
Jayce tightly with his only arn. Excited to meet Trashaun in person,Jayce asked whether he could dunk
like him.“Of course!” Trashaun assured him. He gave him a small basketball and then squatted down,
putting his right arm on the left shoulder to make a circle like the rim of the basket.“Come on, buddy,
dunk!” Jayce couldn’t believe what he saw. He picked the ball, jumped up high and put it into the
circle. He then jumped up again and caught Trashaun's arm, hanging himself in the air, shouting
happily, “Dunk! dunk!” He was so spellbound that he did dunk after dunk until he was exhausted.
They had a lot of fun together. To encourage him to make a good player, Trashaun gave his shirt as a
Staring at the shirk he sent Jayce, Trashaun began to tallkabout their left arms. He told
Jayce that the shirt was valuable to him, because it was the shirt he wore when he dunked to win the
first match. He realized that he could play as well as the other players and made contributions to the
victory of their team although he only had one arm. Jayce was motivated and asked how he was able
to do it.Trashaun said, "We are disabled, but we are not unable. The missing arm is like an invisible
challenge, reminding us that we should make more efforts if we want to achieve anything." Jayce
looked up to him, his eyes sparkling with hope and determination. His mum was grateful to see Jayce
become confident again. Maybe to become a good player like Trashaun was the very thing his son was
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（1）词数少于 130 的，酌情扣分（1-2 分）;
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（4）超过 2 段扣 2 分。
1.They had funtogether.（esp.some acivities using one hand，为下文的重塑信心
2. Trashaun gave Jayce a shirt.（The shirtis meaningful， eg.the prize for
the best player）
3.They talked about their left hands. （They were disabled, but not unable.）
4.Jayce regained his confidence.（正能量:乐观向上，身残志不残）
档次 描述 续写要点(建议)
做事情围绕 Jayce 感兴趣的“篮球”、“灌
出 Jayce 的心情变化（开心、快乐，忘记
残疾的烦恼，呼应段首的not drowning in
self-pity but for fun），有比较生动的
细节描写;写送 T-shirts 时，能适当描写
第二段续写 Trashaun 谈论 their
left arms 时，能从“We look completely
fine the way God made us”、different、
以及 don’t let yourself be shaken by
到自卑”等细节,让 Jayce 明白事理、树
立信心；写 Jayce 的重拾信心的变化能从
母亲 Lewis 的角度描写，既写 Jayce 的变
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第一段能从 Jayceg 感兴趣的“篮球”
Trashaun 教 Jayce 单手运球、投篮等，
烦恼；然后自然过渡到 Trashaun 送
T-shirt 给 Jayce，以及 Jayce 的反应，
第二段描写 Trashaun 就左臂残疾问
题对 Jayce 比较有效地使用了语句间的
— 写出 3-4 个要点；
送给 Jayce 一件 T-shirt。
— 写出 2 - 3 个要点；
情，以及送 T-shirt 的相关要点，但未
第二段能写出 Jayce 变得自信,但未
— 写出 1 - 2 个要点；
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a white lie)。但幼儿园时开始注意到自己与他人不同，受到同学嘲笑，
Jayce 很伤心，回家问了很多问题。母亲 Lewis 不知如何向他解释，感
Trashaun 单手表演大灌篮的节目后受到启发，有了开导 Jayce 的答案，
于是叫来 Jayce 起看他的视频,Jayce 看到节目后被迷住了，备受鼓舞。
他们的亲属联系 Trashaun 和 Jayce 见面来帮助 Jayce 重拾信心。
（1）Jayce, 5-year-old boy with only one hand；
（2）Lewis, Jayce's mother;
tried to help Jayce
（3）Trashaun, 14-year-old sunny boy, eighth grader,good
atslam dunks, an Internet hit;
helped rebuild confidence
（4）a family friend contacted Trashaun
3.时间线索：in kindergarten; young age;started when; a few
weeks later; at the time,.The day
根据故事梗概及文章最后一句话"Butlitle did she know that a
family friend had already reached out to Trashaun 续写主 lasking
him to help set up a meting with Jayce to rebuild Jayce's
confidence."可知，续写的内容是 Trashaun 和 调 Jayce 见面，由于
样的人，并在 Trshaun 的帮助下，对自己的未来充满信心。文章的主调
第一段:根据首句“The day was not spent drowning in self-pity
but for fun."和第二段首句“Staring at the T-shir he sent Jayce"
可知，第一段前部分写 Trashaun 和 Jayce 见面后一起做了什么有趣\
快乐的事情(What they did together for fun)以及 Jayce 开心的心
情;后部分写 Trashaun 送给 Jayce 一件 T-shirt(可对 T-shirt 的特点
第二段:根据首句"Staring at the T-shirt he sent Jayce,
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Trashaun began totalkabout their leftarms"可知，第二段 续写的
前部分内容是 Trashaun 就左臂残缺的问题向 Jayce 讲述身残志坚的道
理，鼓励他树立信心;后部分写 出 Jayce 自从此次见面之后重拾信心，
母亲 Lewis 看到儿子的变化后的快乐心情，最后升华主题。
1.They had fun together.（esp. Some activities using one hand,
2. Trashaun gave Jayce a shirt.（The shirtismeaningful,eg.
the prize for the best player）
3.They talkedabout theirlefthands.（They were disabled,
but not unable）
4.Jayce regained his confidence.（正能量:乐观向上，身残志
信心-看到 Trashaun 视频后深受吸引和鼓舞——与 Trashaun 见面后明
无助感和伤心--看到电视节目中同样左臂残缺的 Trashaun 而有了开导
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（二） 2020 年·八省联考
During this past year, I've had three instances of car trouble. Each time these things happened, I
was sick of the way most people hadn't bothered to help. One of those times, I was on the side of
the road for close to three hours with my big Jeep. I put signs in the windows, big signs that said
NEED A JACK（千斤顶）, and offered money. Nothing. Right as I was about to give up, a Mexican
family in a small truck pulled over, and the father bounded out.
He sized up the situation and called for his daughter, who spoke English. He conveyed through
her that he had a jack but that it was too small for the Jeep, so we would need something to support it.
Then he got a saw（锯子） from the truck and cut a section out of a big log on the side of the road.
We rolled it over and put his jack on top, and we were in business.
l started taking the wheel off, and then, if you can believe it, I broke his tire iron. No worries: He
handed it to his wife, and she was gone in a flash down the road to buy a new tire iron. She was back
in 15 minutes. We finished the job, and I was a very happy man.
The two of us were dirty and sweaty. His wife prepared a pot of water for us to wash our hands.
I tried to put a $20 bill in the man's hand, but he wouldn't take it, so instead I went up to the truck
and gave it to his wife as quietly as I could. I asked the little girl where they lived. Mexico, she said.
They were in Oregon so Mommy and Daddy could work on a fruit farm for the next few weeks.
Then they would go home.
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When I was about to say goodbyes,the girl asked if I’d had lunch. I said I didn’t prepare
any food for lunch as I was supposed to reach my destination by noon. Hearing this, the man’s wife
invited me to have lunch with them, saying that they happened to bring extra food with them. And
then she asked her husband to take their food out of the trunk. I could see that the family could
hardly make their ends meet. If I shared their lunch, they would not have enough food for whole
journey. So I turned down their imitation. But when they were finally ready to leave, she insisted on
giving me a paper bag.
After they left,I go into my Jeep and opened the paper bag. The woman not only gave me a
burger and some fruit, but also gave my money back. At that moment, my heart was melted by their
When I was about to say goodbye,the girl asked if I’d had lunch.
After they left,I got into my Jeep and opened the paper bag.
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（三） 2020 年·五校联考
Being a single pareni can be extremely difficult, I recently went through a rough time while
raising my four daughters on my own. Things had not been going well for me ever since we decided
totake care of ourselves. My financial situation was not great since I had four growing girs to feed
on my own. As a result of that, my family car was left in bad shape. As it broke down from time to
time,I only used the car when it was absolutely necessary to do so.
But one rainy night, we desperately needed groceries so the five of uswent foraquick run tothe
store. Once we had loaded groceries to the car, it wouldn't start no matter how I tried. I was helpless
in the parking lot with my four daughters aged 9.5, 2 and a 6-weeks old. To make matters worse, I
was not able to call anyone because my phone was disconnected.
One of my girls had mistakenly left a light on, and my battery was dead. I had no family to spcak
to and was on my own. I must have asked more than twenty people for help during the two hours.
They all ignored me. Not even-a no. They just acted like I didn't exist. My 5-year-old was melting
down My newborn screaming, my two-year-old crying she was hungry, and my oldest desperately
trying to help. I was crying and felt like the worst mom ever
When everything seemed hopeless, an elderly man, most probably in his 70s. came over and gave
me a plate of chicken strips, biscuits and some water. He asked me to feed my girls and myself He
also said that he arranged for a tow truck to come get my car and his wife was on-the way to
feteh-us back home The tow truck came, the old man's wife arived to fetch us and we were finally
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The next morning, the old man appeared at my front door along with a mechanic（修理
工）. “I bet you are too busy to fix your car, so just leave it to us!” the old man assured me, his eyes
twinkling with affection. The two soon buried themselves in “their project”. When I fetched some
coffee and cake for them, I found that the elderly man had left. Within a few hours, my car
functioned again, but not even costing me a penny. The mechanic said the elderly had covered the
fees and he refused to give away any information about him.
After the mechanic left, I tried to find the old man. I went to the store where we met but
never saw him again. I got confidence in life again and worked harder than before, and my life
The next morning, the old man appeared at my front door along with a mechanic（修理工）.
After the mechanic left, I tried to find the old man.
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became much easier. However, I didn’t get a chance to thank the old man and tell him that he had
changed my life until I met him again on a sunny winter day in a nearby café. I went over to greet him.
He recognized me and smiled, “You seem to have changed a lot.” “Yes.” I said, “It’s all because of
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（1）词数少于 120 的，酌情扣分;
理解; — 比较有效地使用了语句间衔接手
不影响理解; — 使用了语句间衔接手段，全
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本脱节; —所使用的 词汇非常有限,语法结
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（四） 2020 年·浙江高考
“I’m going to miss you so much, Poppy,” said the tall, thin teenager. He bent down to hug his
old friend goodbye. He stood up, hugged his parents, and smiled, trying not to let his emotions（情
绪） get the better of him.
His parents were not quite able to keep theirs under control. They had driven their son several
hours out of town to the university where he would soon be living and studying. It was time to say
goodbye for now at least. The family hugged and smiled through misty eyes and then laughed.
The boy lifted the last bag onto his shoulder, and flashed a bright smile. “I guess this is it,” he
said. “I’ll see you back home in a month, okay?” His parents nodded, and they watched as he walked
out of sight into the crowds of hundreds of students and parents. The boy’s mother turned to the
dog, “Okay, Poppy, time to go back home.”
The house seemed quiet as a tomb without the boy living there. All that week, Poppy didn’t seem
interested in her dinner, her favorite toy, or even in her daily walk. Her owners were sad too, but they
knew their son would be back to visit. Poppy didn’t.
They offered the dog some of her favorite peanut butter treats. They even let her sit on the sofa,
but the old girl just wasn’t her usual cheerful self. Her owners started to get worried. “What should we
do to cheer Poppy up?” asked Dad. “We’ve tried everything.”
“I have an idea, but it might be a little crazy.” smiled Mom. “Without anybody left in the house
but us, this place could use a bit of fun. Let’s get a little dog for Poppy.”
It didn’t take long before they walked through the front door carrying a big box. Poppy
welcomed them home as usual, but when she saw the box, she stopped. She put her nose on it. Her
tail began wagging（摆动） ever so slowly, then faster as she caught the smell.
Dad opened the box and a sweet little dog appeared. The fluffy little creature examined her
new surroundings curiously, and then quickly fixed her gaze at Poppy, who was nudging her nose
toward the new dog and wagging her tail vigorously. Poppy seemed puzzled at first, but in no time,
the two dogs were chasing each other around the living room, as if Poppy was showing her little guest
around her new home. Her parents watched them playing around and smiled with relief–Poppy was
back to her old cheerful self!
A few weeks later, the boy arrived home from the university. To his great surprise, it was not
just Poppy, but two dogs, that dashed out of the house as the doorbell rang. “Meet Pipan, Poppy's
new playmate,” exclaimed Dad. “Poppy has been gloomy ever since you left for university, we thought
Pipan might cheer her up”. The boy beamed while patting both dogs: “I don't know if I should feel
Dad opened the box and a sweet little dog appeared.
A few weeks later, the boy arrived home from the university.
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thrilled for having a new puppy or sad because Poppy has found a new best friend!”.
结尾收笔有力，感情表达真实 ，对男孩子来说“Poppy 找到新朋友是喜是忧”，思考离别的
Dad opened the box and a sweet little dog appeared. The two dogs sniffed each other for a
few moments. Then, suddenly, the little dog leaped towards Poppy, who stepped back a little. After a
moment's pause, Poppy licked the little dog's nose! They decide to call her Lucky, since they were
lucky to have such a sweet pet. As the days went by, Poppy and Lucky became best friends. They
loved to play together and, at night, would go to sleep in the same bed. The parents were relieved that
Poppy was cheerful again.
A few weeks later, the boy arrived home from the university. “I'm back! Poppy, where are
you?” the boy called out. Two dogs came galloping down the hallway. “What is this?” he cried out in
surprise as he hugged both dogs tightly. His parents laughed as they explained how sad Poppy had
been and their clever plan for cheering her up. During his stay, the boy spent many hours playing with
the two dogs. He returned to university happy that Poppy was no longer lonely!
情节发展围绕 “怎样解决 Poppy 的孤独和郁闷”这一主线展开，层层推进，内容生动，
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（五） 2020 年·汕头质检
Peter, a 5-year-old boy, showed such great interest in sea shells that he would rush to pick them
up with his 3-year-old sister, Shirley. They screamed out their joy as Peter collected hisureasure into
his pockets. For Peter, sea shells lay shinning on the peaceful beach, waiting for him, just like stars
twinkling（闪烁）in the sky. As waves touched them, they seemed to be flowers blooming（绽放）in
One day, Peter was wandering through market with Shirley, with some shells in his pocket.
Suddenly Peter found his younger sister was lagging（落后）behind. He stopped and looked back,
finding Shirley was standing in front of a toy shop and was staring at something with great interest.
The boy went back to her and asked, “ What do you want?” Shirley pointed at the doll, wearing a
smile on her innocent face. Peter held his younger sister's tiny hand, walking into the shop. He
tiptoed （踮起脚尖） to reach for the doll, and like a responsible elder brother, gave the precious doll
to Shirley. Holding tightly the doll, the sister was very very happy.
The shopkeeper was watching everything and getting amused to see the matured（成熟的）
behaviour of the boy. Now the boy came to the counter and asked the shopkeeper, “How much does
this doll cost, Sir?”
The shopkeeper was a cool man, who had suffered from something in his life. So he asked the
boy with love and affection, “Well, what can you pay?” Peter reached into his clothes for money that
was intended for these two little guys’ breakfast. Having counted the money, Peter put it carefully on
the counter, asking again, “Sir, is it enough for my little sister's doll?”
The amusing scene just in front of the shopkeeper eventually brought a smile on his face.
Shaking his head slightly, he replied, “My boy, I am afraid it seems not to be enough.”
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With his eyes fixed on Peter's pocket, he wondered what Peter would do.
Seeing Peter leaving happily with his sister holding the doll tightly, an assistant in that shop got
With his eyes fixed on Petep’s pocket, he wondered what Peter would do. Watching
Shirley’s smile fading away, Peter frowhed. After a while, he seemed to make up his mind. He took out
all the shells from his pocket, giving them to the shopkeeper, who took them and started to count as
if he had been counting the money. Then he looked at Peter. Peter asked him, “Is it enough now?”
The shopkeeper replied, “These are more than the cost.” Saying so, he kept only two shells and
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returned the remaining and the money. Peter put those shells back into his pocket very happily,
leaving with Shirley holding the doll tightly.
Seeing Peter leaving happiy with his sister holding the doll tightly, an assistant in that
shop got surprised. He asked the shopkeeper, “Sir! You only charge them for 2 shells?” The
shopkeeper said with a smile, “For us these are shells but for the boy they are treasures.His love for
his sister is the most precious.” Watching the lovely kids until they were out of sight, he continued,
“When he grows up, he will remember he purchased a doll for his sister with the shells from a
shopkeeper. He will cherish love and warmth in life-cherish every little shining sea shell in his heart.”
With his eyes fxed on Peters pocket, he wondered what Peter would do. Hesitantly taking
out the treasured sea shells in his pockets, Peter asked in alow voice, “Sir, can these help cover the
cost?”Watching the 5-year- old carefully lay down all his shining shells on the counter, the man was
somewhat touched, but he just pretended to be counting the shells seriously, “Let me see, one,
two…Ok. The shells are just enough. You can take the doll and save the money”.Hearing this, Peter
felt truly amazed and thanked the shopkeeper, who actually wanted to thank the two little kids.
especially when he saw a big smile quickly spread over the little girl's innocentface. They said goodbye
and left happily with the doll.
Seeing Peter leaving happily with his sister holding the dolltightly, an assistant in that shop
got surprised. Since his boss had been in such a low mood recently that he seldom wore any smile
and talked much. When the shopkeeper turned around and noticed the assistant’s surprised look, he
said smilingly, “lovely kids, aren't they? When I see the little boy is willing to take all he has to buy a
doll for his lovely sister, it really warms my heart.” The assistant replied thoughtfully, “When he grows
up, he will remember he purchased a doll for his sister with the shells from a shopkeeper, which will
surely warm his heart, too.”
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（一）2021 年·山东日照高三 9月校级联考
As the mother of an eleven-ycar-old girl, I have read several books that tell parents how to
bring up a girl to be beautiful, elegant, confident, and rich. However, I have always believed that
girls need to be brave above all else, but this is easier said than done.
I still remember I couldn’t see the screen directly when my daughter switched to the animal
channel, which was broadcasting a show about snakes. I stood as far away from the TV as possible,
too scared to open my eyes. However, my little angel was not scared of the snakes. In fact, she
watched the show with a keen interest. I was relieved that my daughter didn’t get too many genetic
phobias（遗传恐惧症）.Even to this day, she is still obsessed with challenging herself with new things.
This year, I got a chance to study in Singapore for six months. After the novelty（新奇）of the
first few days had gone, I found myself missing my family. With the summer vacation approaching,
my husband agreed to make good use of the fact that I was staying in Singapore. He brought our
daughter out to visit me and to enjoy the new experience in a new country.
The reunion day finally came. My husband and my daughter arrived in the second week of July. I
was so looking forward to seeing tbem. I had made many preparations for their visit. On the first day,
I arranged to see Gardens by the Bay. When we walked out of the MRT station, we were amazed by
the sight of the Super Trees. Wben my daughter saw lots of people walking on the Skyway, she
couldn’t help shouting excitedly tbat she wanted to have a try. The Skyway is a 22-meter-high
suspension bridge from which you can enjoy a bird’s eye view. Last time I came here with my friends,
I fimly rejected their repcated attempts to challenge me to go up there. It was like the day with the
snakes all over again. But could I really reject my little angel?
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My daughter was waiting for my reply.
Halfway across the bridge, I had to stop.
【2021 年·山东日照高三 9月校级联考】
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（1）词数少于 120 的，酌情扣分:
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本脱节; —所使用的 词汇非常有限,语法结
My daughter was waiting for my reply. I was secretly very worried. But my daughter kept
begging me and I could not bear to reject her. Bavery was the most significant quality that I wanted
her to possess. Her curiosity was so strong that I couldn't resist. I nodded sightly, and my daughter's
frowning face slowly broke into a smile. My response surprised my husband, who reacted with the
wildest exciement as we walked towards the Skyway. When I stepped on it, I found myself horified by
the height I grabbed the railing. almost unable to move.
Halfway across the bridge, I had to stop. My heant beat loudly, casting scared glances down
the bnidge. My husband and daughter held my hands tightly. I walked as though I were drunk. But
their firm gaze built up my confidence and we kept going together. “Mom, look, it’s so
beautiful”.What I saw there filled my soul with joy. The bay spread out far below me. Beyond it stood
the tall and beautiful skyscrapes. I looked down at my little girl who taught her mother how to be
brave, and breathed a sigh of relicf
My daughter was waiting for my reply. I looked at her,then at the Skyway. I felt my heart
threatening to burst out from my chest. My husband, who was used to this kind of situation and
understood how scared I was, consoled me. He said he could go with our little girl instead. But my
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daughter wouldn’t give up easily and shouted out her own encouragement. I plucked up my courage
and took my first step onto the suspension bridge, then another. I inched forward, all the way holding
on tight to the handrail.
Halfiway across the bridge, I had to stop. I stood there, and my legs tremibled despite my
fruitless attempt to stay calm. Below the bridge, the treetops formed an ocean of green waves that
threatened to devour me. Just then, I heard a familiar voice, and two little hands slipped into my arm.
Looking down,I saw my little angel’s bright smile, encounging me to finish the walk. Eventually, we
reached the end together. My husband was surprised at my nerve, but I knew the reason I had felt so
bave was for my little girl.
“Tickets. plcase.” I heard, as I stared blankly out of the window at the passing darkness. I
fumbled（摸）for my ticket and gave it to the guard when hc approached. He stamped it, but then just
stood there looking at me. I’d been crying, had red eyes and must have looked frightened
“You okay?” he asked.
“Course I'm okay.” I said. “And what’s it got to do with you in any case?”
“You look awful.” he said. “Is there anything I can do?”
“You could get lost and mind your own business.” I said. “That'd be a big help.” I wasn’t in the
mood for talking.
He must have read the danger signals in my body language and tone of voicc. but he sat down
oppositc me anyway and continucd to cngagc me.
“If there's a problem. I'm here to help. That's what I’m paid for.”
Going through a mix of emotions at once:denial, anger, guilt, withdrawal, everything but
acccptance. I was reaching a breaking point and he had placed himself in my line of fire. The only
other thing I could think of to get rid of him was to tell him my story.
“”Look, my mum’s in hospital, dying, she won’t survive the night...this train was going as far as
Peterborough, but I would miss the connecting Leeds train by twenty minutes. I’m not sure how I’m
going to get home. It’s tonight or never. I won't get another chancc. I’m a bit upset, I don’t really feel
like talking. I’d be grateful if you’d leave me alone. Okay?"
“Okay.” he said, finally getting up.
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Ten minutes later, he was back again.
I was at my mother’s side when she died in the early hours of the morning.
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Ten minutes later. he was back again. "Listen." he touched my arm. "when we get to
Peterborough. shoot straight over to Platform One as quickly as you can. The Lceds train will be
there." I looked at him dumbfoundcd. " Comc again." I said. stupidly. " What do you mcan? Is
itlatc?"-No. it isn't late." he said defensively. "I've just radioed Peterborough. Theyre going to hold
the train up for you." Wild joy seized me and before I could say a word he waved and walked away.
I was at my mother's side when she died in he early hours of the morning. I finally made it to
accompany my mum to the end of her life. Even now. I can't think of her without remembering the
Good Conductor on that late-night train and. to this day. I won't hear a bad word said about British
Rail My meeting with the Good Conductor changed me from a sclfish. potentially violcnt youngster
into an honorable man.
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1.所续写短文的词数应为 150 左右（词数少于 120 的.从总分中减去 2 分）；
2.原则上四个要点齐全，语言基本满足要求就给及格分 15 分；要点不全的，按个要点
2分，最高给三档 10 分。完全抄袭不给分。
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（一） 2019 年·山东实验中学 2月月考
写的词数应为 150 左右。（25 分）
Christmas Day was coming. I was just a kid then, and my big sister told me there was no Santa
Claus. I fled to my Grandma because she would be straight with me. I knew Grandma always told me
the truth. Grandma was home, and I told her everything. She was ready for me. “No Santa Claus !”
She shouted. “Ridiculous! Don’t believe it.” That rumor has been going around for years, and it makes
me mad, plain mad.
“Now, put on your coat, and let’s go.”
“Go where, Grandma?” I asked. “Where” turned out to be Kerby’s General Store, the one store
in town that had a little bit of just about everything. As we walked through its doors, Grandma
handed me ten dollars. “Take this money,” she said, “and buy something for someone who needs it.
I’ll wait for you in the car.” Then she turned and walked out of Kerby’s.
I was only eight years old. I’d often gone shopping with my mother, but never had I shopped for
anything all by myself. The store seemed big and crowded, full of people competing to finish their
Christmas shopping. For a few moments I just stood there, confused, holding that ten-dollar bill,
wondering what to buy and who to buy it for. I suddenly thought of Bobby Decker, who was a kid
with bad breath and messy hair. He sat right behind me in Mrs Pollock’s grade-two class.
Bobby Decker didn’t have a coat. I knew that because he never went out for recess during the
winter. His mother always wrote a note, telling the teacher that he had a cough, but we kids knew that
Bobby Decker didn’t have a cough, and he didn’t have a coat. I would buy Bobby Decker a coat! I
settled on a red one, which looked really warm, and he would like that.
“Is this a Christmas present for someone?” the lady behind the counter asked kindly, as I laid my
ten dollars down. “Yes.”
The nice lady smiled at me, put the coat in a bag and wished me a Merry Christmas.
That evening, Grandma helped me wrap the coat in Christmas paper.
Grandma and I waited breathlessly for Bobby Decker’s front door to open and
finally it opened.
【（一） 2019 年·山东实验中学 2月月考】
That evening, Grandma helped me wrap the coat in Christmas paper. She wrote “To
Bobby, From Santa Claus” on it, after which she drove me over to Bobby Decker’s house, explaining
I was officially one of Santa’s helpers. Grandma parked down the street form Bobby’s house, and I
took a deep breath, and dashed for his front door. Seeing no other people notice us, I put the
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Christmas present down, pounded his doorbell and then Grandma and I hid in the car.
Grandma and I waited breathlessly for Bobby Decker’s front door to open and finally it
opened. Out went Bobby Decker. Seeing the coat in the bag, he looked very astonished and then
called his mother to go out. After hearing them say “Thanks” to Santa Claus, I felt very proud of
what I had done. At that time I decided to be Santa’s helper for ever. It was on that night that I
realized the truth that he who has no Christmas in his heart will never find Christmas under a tree.
（二） 2021 年·山东省济宁邹城市第一中学高三下学期第五次模拟考试
写的词数应为 150 左右。（25 分）
My mother used to ask me what is the most important part of the body. Through the years I
would take a guess at what I thought was the correct answer.
When I was younger, I thought sound was very important to us as humans, so I said, “My ears,
Mommy.” She said, “No. Many people are deaf. But you keep thinking about it and I will ask you
Several years passed before she asked me again. Since making my first attempt, I had
contemplated（考虑） the correct answer. So this time I told her, “Mommy, sight is very important to
everybody, so it must be our eyes.” She looked at me and told me, “You are learning fast, but the
answer is not correct because there are many people who are blind.”
Over the years my mother asked me a couple more times and always her answer was: “No, but
you are getting smarter every year, my child.”
Then last year, my grandpa died. Everybody was hurt. Everybody was crying. Mom looked at me
when it was our turn to say our final goodbye to Grandpa. She asked me, “Do you know the most
important body part yet, my dear?” I was shocked why she asked me this on this occasion. I always
thought this was a game between her and me. She saw the confusion on my face and told, “This
question is very important. How you answer it shows whether you have learned about life. For every
body part you gave me in the past, I have told you were wrong and I have given a reason why. But
today is the day you will know the answer.”
I looked puzzled.
“All your previous answers—ears, eyes, hands, heart. They are all very important to yourself. But
this time I need you think of something that is important to others.”
“My dear, the most important body part,” she said,
“Mom, I understand. And you can cry on my shoulder, too.”
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“My dear, the most important body part,”she said, “is your shoulder.” “Is it because it
holds up your head?” I asked. “No, it is because it can hold the head of a friend or loved one when
they cry,” she replied. “Everybody needs a shoulder to cry on sometime in life, my dear. I only hope
that you have enough love and friends so that you will always have a shoulder to cry on when you
need it.” I saw her eyes well up with tears.
“Mom, I understand. And you can cry on my shoulder too.” And silently, my mother put
her head on my shoulder and started to cry. It was not heavy at all and the wetness didn’t make me
uncomfortable either. In fact when her warm tears damped my shoulder, I felt the pain in her heart,
and I knew how hurt and lonely and vulnerable she was at that moment. I felt important. I felt like a
man. I was there when someone I loved dearly needed me most.
（三） 2021 年·高三第一次模拟考试
阅读下面材料, 根据其内容和所给段落开头语续写两段, 使之构成一篇完整的短文。续
写的词数应为 150 左右。（25 分）
“Now, parents and students separate into two groups. You will be reunited at the end of the
campus tour. ”
Groups of incoming freshmen happily left their parents upon hearing this announcement. I was
less than thrilled about starting college, let alone leaving my mother's side to tour the campus with
other freshmen. I felt a little anxious.
We followed the senior tour guide. The other freshmen chatted and made casual introductions as I
dragged behind. How could I have believed I was ready for this? After all, it had only been a few
months since I left the hospital. I was feeling better for the first time in years. But college. . .?
My thinking was interrupted by a sweet female voice, “Hi, I’m Jennifer.” “I’m Lauren,” I replied.
“Where do you prefer to live? At home or on campus?” she smiled. “Im not sure,” I said. “You
should live on campus! It will be a lot of fun!” she said. Before I could reply, the tour guide
announced it was time to create our schedules and select the courses we wanted to take.
We crowded into the Student Activity Center. Three seniors handed out thick course bulletins（课
程公告） and forms that needed to be filled out. All around me, the sounds of turning papers and
writing sounded like those given by an alarm clock. Others seemed to be moving through the process
quickly but I hadn’t even opened my course catalog（目录）.
“Focus,” I told myself. “Just read through the catalog and find the courses you like and a
schedule that works.” Psychology A or B, Geology 101, English, History, sections 1, 2, 3… The list
went on and on.
I panicked and almost started to cry. How was I supposed to know how to complete it? I was
just relearning how to live in the real world, and they wanted me to make a schedule. How I wished
someone could help me.
Soon, other freshmen were handing in their forms.
Then, I felt a warm hand on my shoulder.
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Soon, other freshmen were handing in their forms. Many of them rushed out to meet their
parents. I couldn’t breathe and was feeling anxious. My head was pounding. Moments later, I was
crying. And several students started to stare at me. One of the seniors in charge walked over to my
table. “What’s the matter?” she asked impatiently. “I…I can’t do this!” I said. “All you have to do is
make your schedule, just like everybody else,” she said, clearly annoyed.
Then, I felt a warm hand on my shoulder. I looked back and found Jennifer standing behind
me. “Everything is alright,” she told the senior. “I’ll help her.” The senior walked away. “What’s
wrong, sweetie?” Jennifer asked. Hearing Jennifer’s kind words, I cried even harder, saying, “It’s just
too much!” Then Jennifer put her arm around me and said, “Let me instruct you.” She then guided
me through the process step by step until I completed my schedule. Later, when saying goodbye, we
made a promise to keep in touch.
（四） 2020 年·江苏省苏州四市五区高三上学期期初调研
Just after New Year’s Day, before school vacation ended, I went out for a walk.It was a walk I’d
been meaning to take ever since we moved to the house.
I took my camera—the first time I’d taken my camera out since we came to the country—and
went, dressed in my down jacket and wearing heavy boots. I walked toward the seemingly abandoned
house that I could see across the fields from the upstairs window.
A truck was parked at the end of the road, beside a tiny weather-beaten house. There was smoke
coming out of the chimney, and curtains in the two little windows on either side of the door. A dog
was in the yard, who barked when it saw me coming. And beside the truck—no, actually in the truck,
or at least with his head inside it, was a man.
“Hi,” I called. It would have been silly to turn around and start walking home without saying
anything, even though I’ve promised my parents all my life that I would never talk to strange men.
He lifted out his head, a gray head, smiled—a nice smile—and said, “Miss Chalmers. I'm glad
you’ve come to visit."
“Meg,” I said. I was puzzled. How did he know who I was?
“For Margaret?” he asked, coming over and shaking my hand. “Forgive me. My hands are very
dirty. My battery dies in this cold weather.”
“How did you know my name was Chalmers?”
He wiped his hands on a towel that was hanging from the door handle of the truck.“My dear,I
apologize. I have not even introduced myself. My name is Will Banks. And it’s much too cold to stand
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out here. Your feet must be frozen, even in those boots. Come inside, and I’ll make us each a cup of
tea. And I''ll tell you how I know your name.”
I stood unmoved. He saw me hesitate, and smiled. “Meg,” he said, “I’m seventy years old.
Completely harmless, even to a beautiful young girl like you. Come in and keep me company for a bit,
and get warm."
I laughed, because he knew what I was thinking, and very few people ever know what I’m
thinking. Then I went in his house.
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He took my jacket and hung it up with his, and poured tea into two thick pottery mugs.
It’s nice to have a new friend, like Will.
He took my jacket and hung it up with his, and poured tea into two thick pottery mugs.
After we sat at the table, Will told me the whole story. The house my family was living in was actually
built by his grandfather. He was born, raised and married in that house. After his Margaret died, he
moved to this small house. When he heard my parents were looking for a place, he offered the house
to them. He thought it was a perfect place for a writer like my father—the peace there stimulated
imagination. He said again that he was glad I’d come to visit.
It’s nice to have a new friend, like Will. I suggested taking pictures of him. “My dear,” he said,
straightening his shoulders and buttoning the top button of his shirt, “I would be honored.” The soft
light was coming in through the kitchen window onto his face. He sat right there, smiling and talking.
I just shot quickly. Years later, those pictures still brought back the warm memories of that day.
（五） 2021 年·河北省“五个一”名校联盟高三联考
The young mother stared down at her son who was seriously ill. Although her heart was filled
with sadness, she also had a strong feeling of determination. Like any other parents, she wanted her
son to grow up and fulfill all his dreams with ease though that might be impossible.
But she still wanted her son’s dreams come true. She took her son’s hand and asked, “Billy, have
you ever thought about what you would be if you grew up? Have you ever wished what you would do
with your life?” “Mommy, I always want to be a fireman when I grow up.” The mother smiled back
and said, “ Let’s see if we can make your wish come true.” Later that day, she went to her local fire
department, where she met Fireman Bob, who had a heart as big as the sea.
She explained her son’s last wish and asked if it might be possible to give her six-year-old son a
ride around the block on a fire engine. Fireman Bob said, “ Look, we can do better than that. If you’ll
have your son ready at seven o’clock on Wednesday morning, we’ll make him an honorary fireman for
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the whole day. He can come down to the fire station, eat with us, go out on all the fire calls! And if
you’ll give us his sizes, we’ll get a real fire uniform for him, with a real fire hat.”
Three days later, Fireman Bob picked up Billy, dressed him in the fire uniform and took him
from his hospital bed to the ladder truck. Billy got to sit on the back of the truck and help guide it
back to the fire station.
They finally reached the fire department. The firemen, with all the love and attention given to
him, led Billy to be a good fireman all day. And finally the little boy got the hat with the symbol of the
Fire Department on it.
A miracle（奇迹） seemed to be happening.
The firefighters decided to hold a fire escape and rescue the boy from the window.
A miracle(奇迹) seemed to be happening. After months of careful treatment, the doctor and
the mother found Billy was getting better. Finally, the boy fully recovered, and the doctor informed
them that they could leave hospital the next day. The mother thought the miracle of her son's
recovery was partly the result of the firemen’s kindness and effort. So she called the fire department
and told them the good news that her son’s discharge from hospital. The firemen felt happy for this.
They decided to give the boy a big surprise.
The firefighters decided to hold a fire escape and rescue the boy from the window. The
next day, with the hospital’s permission, the fire truck drove into the hospital. They put up a ladder
outside the window of the boy’s room. When the mother opened the window in time, a fireman
jumped in and said, “ Dear little fireman, congratulations on your recovery! I’ll take you home, but
instead of taking the lift, we escape here like a victim trapped in a fire.” Pleasantly surprised, the boy
left hospital through the window.
（六） 2020 年·河北衡水中学全国高三第一次联考
The moon was hanging low in the South Carolina sky as Misha finished loading her truck. Then
she led Gandalf to his cage in the back. It was 3 am on Tuesday March 20. Misha’s husband, Chuck,
came out to see her off. “Don’t expect to go up there and find that lost boy in the woods, because it’s
just not going to happen,” Chuck said. As a retired firefighter, he had seen more incredible things
than a kid surviving three cold nights in the mountains, but he didn’t want his wife to be disappointed
in herself or her dog.
Three days earlier, 12-year-old Michael disappeared suddenly from his troop’s campsite in
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Doughton Park in the Blue Ridge Mountains. A massive search party had been sent out to find the
boy that had been missing in the woods for three days, but there was barely a trace of the boy. They
were about to lose hope when one dog, named Gandalf, stepped in.
Misha and Gandalf, her two-year-old dog, had trained for a year with the South Carolina Search
and Rescue Dog Association. But this was their first real job. Doughton Park was located in a bowl on
the side of a mountain. It was covered with heavy forest, where slippery moss（苔薛） and waterfall
spray threatened footings and thundering streams could drown out a child’s cry for help.
Misha and her teammates arrived at the staging area around 7 am on Tuesday, day four. The
wind was coming toward them now. around the shoulder of a cliff（悬崖）. Gandalf was about 30 yards
ahead, working the bank of the stream where it turned beneath a wall of rock. Misha saw him quickly
lift his head again. Was that the sign she’d been waiting for? Gandalf ran to the left, out of sight
behind the cliff face. Misha tried to climb up the track behind him.
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All of a sudden came the barking of Gandalf.
As it turned out, Michael’s experience was tough.
All of a sudden came the barking of Gandalf. When Misha heard the bark, she immediately
climbed over the track and looked around. At first, She saw Gandalf was walking back and forth
around a rock. Misha went over and saw Michael, who got injured. His right leg was pushed under a
stone. He looked weak and unconscious. Then Misha immediately called on her teammates to save
Michael. They removed the stone on Michael’s leg and sent him to the nearest hospital.
As it turned out, Michael’s experience was tough. After treatment, he came to life. Then he
told them what had happened to him in the forest. A few days ago, he was playing around the
campsite when he saw a beautiful butterfly flying around. He tried to catch the butterfly and chased
after it. However, when he wanted to return to the campsite, he realized that he was lost. During
those days, he was filled with cold and hunger. He slipped and his right leg was pushed under the
stone when he was looking for his way back. Fortunately, it were Gandalf, Misha, and Misha’s
teammates who saved him. He said he would appreciate that forever.