黑龙江省哈尔滨市第一中学2022届高三英语上学期期末考试试题(附答案).doc
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哈尔滨市第一中学校2021-2022学年度上学期期末考试高三英语试卷考试时间:120分钟分值:150分第I卷第一部分:听力(共两节,满分30分)第一节(共5小题;每小题1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。1.Whatdoesthemanthinkoftheplay?A.Boring.B.Interesting.C.Frightening.2.Whatdoesthemanwanttodrink?A.Coffee.B.Water.C.Milk.3.Wheredoestheconversationmostprobablytakeplace?A.Inaphysicslabs.B.Inamuseum.C.Inabookstore.4.What’sthedatetoday?A.June12th.B.June13th.C.July14th.5.What’stheprobablerelationshipbetweenthetwospeakers?A.Employerandemployee.B.Doctorandpatient.C.Teacherandstudent.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.Wherewillthewomanmeethisbrother?A.Athishome.B.Athisuniversity.C.Inarestaurant.7.Whydidn’tthewomanvisithisbrotherlastweekend?A.Becausesheisbusywithheressay.B.Becausehisbrotherdidn’twanttoseeher.C.Becausehisbrotherisbusywithhisessay.听第7段材料,回答第8、9题。8.Whenwillthesupermarketbeclosed?A.In20minutes.B.In40minutes.C.In50minutes.9.Howwillthespeakersgotothesupermarket?A.Bysubway.B.Bytaxi.C.Bybus.听第8段材料,回答第10至12题。10.Whycanthemanplaytheguitarnow?,A.Hehasretiredandhasthetime.B.Hewasnotinterestedinitbefore.C.Hedoesn’thavethemoneytobuyaguitar.11.Whatisthemannotinterestedin?A.Doingsomesports.B.Playingtheguitar.C.Doingmorningexercises.12.Howmuchdidthemanpayfortheguitar?A.300yuan.B.240yuan.C.200yuan.听第9段材料,回答第13至16题。13.WhydoesthewomanwanttogototheMusicBuilding?A.Toattendalecture.B.Toattendameeting.C.Tolistentomusic.14.Howlongwillittakeifthewomantakesthefirstchoice?A.Fiveminutes.B.Tenminutes.C.Twentyminutes.15.What’stheproblemwithtakingthebus?A.Thebusisalwayslate.B.Thebusdoesn’tgodirectlythere.C.Thewomanhastowaitforawhile.16.HowwillthewomangettotheMusicBuilding?A.Bybus.B.Onfoot.C.Bytaxi.听第10段材料,回答第17至20题。17.Whatisthepassagemainlytalkingabout?A.Politics.B.Culture.C.Education.18.Whendochildrengotoaprimaryschool?A.Attheageofthree.B.Attheageoffiveorsix.C.Attheageofeleven.19.Howwillthestudentsgettheirbachelor’sdegree?A.Bypassinganexam.B.Bytakingtrainingcourses.C.Bystudyinghardforthreeorfouryears.20.Whatcanhelpstudentstofindajobmoreeasily?A.Universities.B.Colleges.C.Both.第二部分:阅读理解(共两节,满分40分)第一节(共15小题;每小题2分,满分30分)阅读下列短文,从每题所给的四个选项(A、B、C和D)中,选出最佳选项。ATeenagerslovetosocialize.Thesewebsitesgivethemachancetodothatwhileplayinggames,exploringvirtualworldsandtakingpuzzles,andofcourse,theyneedtobesafeonlineandfightanycyberbulliesinthemeantime.InstagramInstagramallowsteenagerstouploadphotosoftheirdailylivesandsharethemwithfriends.Peoplesaythatapictureisworthathousandwords,andthatmustbetrue,becauseInstagramhasaround300millionuserswhoareactiveeachmonth.Theplatformisallaboutphotoswithshortcaptions(说明文字).WhenitcomestoInstagram’susers,53percentofthemareaged18-29,butabigpercentageofthosemaybeevenyoungerandsimplylisttheirageas18inordertousetheplatform.HabboHotelHabboHotelisaplaceforteenstochat.Eachteenreceivesapersonalroomtodecoratewithvirtualobjects.Theycanalsodresstheiravatars(网络头像)invirtualclothesorcreategamestoplaywithfriends.Theroommighthavemusic,besetuplikeaclassroom,orhaveotherfeaturessodifferentavatarscanvisitoneanother.Eachroomteenscaninteractinhasanadultmoderator(管理员)tomakesureitstayssafe.FanlalaFanlalaisasocialnetworkthatgivesteenswholovecelebrities,musicandTVshowsaplacetointeract.Throughit,userscangetthelatestnewsandgossipontheirfavoriteshows,aswellastakequizzesandpollstotesttheirknowledge.Teenscansetuptheirownprofiles(简介)onFanlalaandinteractwithotherusers.TeenChatTeenChatisaplaceforteenstointeractwithoneanotherthroughforumsaccordingtotheirinterests.Forexample,therearechatroomsforthosewholoveanime(日本动画片)andforthosewho’vejuststartedcollege.Therearealsochatroomsforthingslikemusic,games,andsports.Theplatformoffersa“FriendFinder”toolthatwillhelpteenssearchforpeoplewholivelocallytothem.21.WhatmakesInstagramdifferentfromothersiteslistedinthetext?A.Ithasthelargestnumberofusers.B.Onlythoseabove18normallyuseit.C.It’sagreatplaceforpeopletosharephotos.D.Themajorityofitsusersareintheirearly20s.22.Whichsiteallowsitsuserstoacquireentertainmentnews?A.Instagram.B.HabboHotel.C.Fanlala.D.TeenChat.23.Whatcanbethebesttitleofthepassage?A.SitesforsocializingB.TipsononlinechattingC.HowtofightcyberbullyingD.FreechatroomsforeveryoneBAccordingtoarecentpoll(民意调查)bytheKaiserFamilyFoundation’sVaccineMonitor,nearlyaquarterofparentssurveyedintheUSwouldnotallowtheirteenagerstobevaccinated(接种疫苗).Tohelpherpeersgetridoftheembarrassingsituation,KellyDanielpour,18,from,theUS,runsVaxTeen,awebsitethataimstoanswerquestionsfromteenagersseekingadviceaboutvaccinesandwhatrightstheyhavetomakedecisionsabouttheirhealth.Withherfatherasadoctor,Danielpourstartedvolunteeringinhospitalsinmiddleschoolandlearnedalotaboutmedicines.Suchexperienceshavemadeherrealizethatvaccinationsareagoodwaytokeepteenagersfromdevelopinghealthissuestheymaynotbeabletogetcareforlateron.Butasshereadherpeers’postsonReddit,asocialmediaplatform,shewasshockedtofindthatmanyofherpeersaredisapprovedtogetvaccines.Thistrendhasbeenmoreobviousduringthepandemic(大流行).“IfoundhundredsofpostsonReddit,”the18-year-oldtoldNBCNews.“Everyfewdays,Icouldstillfindatleastonenewpost.”Tohelpthem,thefirststep,shesaid,isprovidingtheteenagerswithinformationandresourcesaboutvaccinessotheycouldgetridofparents’misinformation.Butifthatdidn’twork,shewouldgettheteenagersinformationabouttheirhealthcarerights.Butthatwasnoteasy.DanielpourtoldTimemagazinethateverystatehasdifferentlawsonthechoicesminors(未成年人)canmakeregardingtheirownhealthcare.Shestudiedstatelawsandbookmarked(给......夹书签)countlesspagesfromtheUSCentersforDiseaseControlandPrevention,Healthlinewebsitereported.“IdidnotputanythingonthewebsitethatIdidn’tthinkwouldholdup,”Danielpourexplained.Theeffortpaidoff.WiththehelpofVaxTeen,moreyoungAmericanshavebeenvaccinated.Infact,sheplanstocontinueencouragingteenagerstoplacetheirownmedicalchoicesintheirhandsforyearstocome.Andsheadvocatesforamedicalsystemthatprovidesequalaccesstohealthcareforall.“ThisiswhatI’mpassionateabout.ThisiswhatIdo,”shetoldHealthline.24.WhatisthepurposeofVaxTeen?A.Toofferlegalsupporttoteenagers.B.Topersuadeteenagerstogetvaccinated.C.Togiveteenagersadviceaboutcommunicatingwithparents.D.Toprovideteenagerswithaccurateinformationregardingvaccines.25.WhatshockedDanielpourasshereadherpeers’Redditposts?A.Healthissuesteenagerscannotgetcarefor.B.Herpeers’lackofknowledgeaboutmedicine.C.People’scomplaintsaboutvaccinesonsocialmedia.D.Thenumberofteenagersnotallowedtogetvaccinated.26.Whyisitdifficulttosupplyteenagerswithinformationabouttheirhealthcarerights?A.It’shardtocollectreliableinformationaboutit.B.It’sillegaltopostinformationonlawsonunofficialwebsites.C.Lawsonminors’healthcaredecisionrightsvaryineachstate.D.Somestateshavenoregulationsaboutminors’healthcarechoices.27.WhichofthefollowingbestdescribesDanielpour?A.braveandindependent,B.thoughtfulandcautiousC.warm-heartedanddevotedD.optimisticandknowledgeableCAlmosteveryonehasheardtheexpression,“thecalmbeforethestorm”.Itisusuallyusedtodescribeapeacefulperiodjustbeforeaverystressfulsituationoratenseargument.Britishsailorscoinedthephraseinthelate1600s;theynotedthatbeforecertainstormstheseaswouldseemtobecomestaticandthewindswoulddrop.Butwhyisitoftensocalmbeforeastorm?Sciencehasgivenustheanswer.AccordingtoUSinfotainment(资讯娱乐)websiteHowStuffWorks,acalmperiodoccursbecausemanystorms,suchastornadoesandhurricanes,drawinallthewarmandhumidairfromthesurroundingarea.Asthisairrisesintothestormclouds,itcoolsandactsas“fuelforthestorm,likepetrolinacar”.Oncethestormhastakenalltheenergyitcanfromtheair,itispushedoutfromthetopofthestormcloudsandfallsbackdowntogroundlevel.Astheairdescends,itbecomeswarmanddry.Warm,dryairisstable,soonceitcoversanarea,itcausesacalmperiodbeforethestorm.Thissameprocessalsocausesthe“eyeofthestorm”inhurricanesandtornadoes.Intheseconditions,thecalmoccursinthecenterofthestormbecauseofthestrongrotatingwinds.TheWeatherNetworkhasatipforworkingouthowfarawayastormis.First,counthowmanysecondstherearebetweenaflashoflightningandaclapofthunder.Roughlythreesecondsequalonekilometer.So,forexample,ifyoucountnineseconds,thestormisabout3kilometersaway.Agoodevaluationisthatifyourcountisbelow30seconds,youshouldseekshelterstraightaway.However,duetothecomplexityofstormsystem,notallstormsareprecededbycalm.Giventherightconditions,somestormsannouncethemselveswithheavyrainandchillingwinds.So,yourbestbetistokeepyourselfupdatedwithweatherreportsforanypredictionsregardingacomingstorminyourarea.That’sthemostreliableandsensiblewaytopredictthenextdisplayofnature’stemper.28.Theunderlinedword“static”inParagraph2isclosestinmeaningto______.A.violentB.quietC.fast-changingD.warm29.WhatisthemainideaofParagraphs4and5?A.Toexplainhowastormcomesintobeing.B.Tosupportpreviousresearchonstormclouds.C.Toexplainwhyapeacefulperiodoccursbeforeastorm.D.Toshowhowdangerousastormcanbeincertainsituations.30.Ifthereare15secondsbetweenaflashoflightningandathunderclap,howfarawayisthestorm?A.Threekilometers.B.Fourkilometers.,C.Fivekilometers.D.Sixkilometers.31.Whatcanwelearnfromthelasttwoparagraphs?A.Stormshaveabiginfluenceonlife.B.Itisnotalwaysquietbeforeastorm.C.Weatherreportsmayfailtopredictastorm.D.Heavystormsdon’tusuallylastforalongtime.D“It’sabighammertocrackanut.”Thisishowoneangryparentdescribedtherecentcrackdown(严厉的打击)byLondonpoliceonparentswhodroptheirkidsoffatschoolbycar.Yes,youreadthatcorrectly—theverywayoftransportationthatmanyAmericanschoolsinsististheonlysafewaytodeliverkidstoschoolisnowconsideredillegalintheUK.ThedecisiontofineanyvehiclesseendroppingofforpickingupkidswithinaparticularzoneofeastLondoncomesfromcitycouncillors’(议员)long-termeffortstomaketheareasaferandlesscrowded.Theysaythey’vebeentryingforyears“toencouragereasonableparking”,butinvain.Neighborhoodresidentscomplainfrequentlyabouttheirdrivewaysbeingblockedbyillegallyparkedcarsfor15minutesormore,oftenwhilethey’retryingtogettowork,andthestreetsarelongovercrowded.Nowtheruleshavechanged.Someparentsareangry.Angieisamotherwhomadethe“bighammer”commentandsaysthecrackdownis“wayoverthetop.”Thenearestdrop-offpointforhersix-year-oldisnowafive-minutewalkfromtheschool.Othersarehappywiththedecision,seriousthoughitmayseem.CouncillorJasonFrostsaid:“Traffichassignificantlyreduced,andmorechildrenarenowwalkingtoschool,whichisagreatresult.Iwouldratherhavecomplaintsthatweareslightlyinconveniencingparentsthanhearthatachildhadbeenseriouslyinjuredbecausenothingwasdone.”Iseedailythedisordercreatedbythesein-towndrivers,whenIwalkmyownkidstoschool.There’saparkinglotcrowdedwithvehiclesandaslow-movingtrainofcarsmovingincircles,manyfillingtheairwithharmfulsmoke.Meanwhile,theconversationsaroundoverweightchildrenandtheimportanceofdailyphysicalactivitiescontinuetostandoutinschools.32.Whatcanbeseenafterthecrackdowniscarriedout?A.Lessdailydisorder.B.Favorfromallpeople.C.Moreover-weightchildren.D.Complaintsfromneighbors.33.WhyisAngieBaillieulagainstthenewrule?A.SheisoftenfinedbyLondonpolice.B.Shewillloseherjobasaschooldriver.C.ShehasadaptedtotheAmericanpractice.D.Shethinksitaddsinconveniencetoherkid.34.WhatconcernedJasonFrostmost?A.Students’safety.B.Students’health.C.People’scomplaints.D.Parents’inconvenience.35.What’sthepassagemainlyabout?A.ParentsattempttoresistaschoolruleB.LondonpolicecausewidespreadangerC.Americanschoolscareaboutkids’safetyD.Differentvoicesareheardonanewtrafficpolicy第二节(共5小题;每小题2分,满分10分),根据短文内容,从短文后的选项中选出填入空白处的最佳选项。选项中有两项为多余选项。OnUSTVshows,youmaysometimesseerubberballsonpeople’sdesks.Theseballsareknownas“stressreliefballs”.Peoplecansqueezethemwhentheyfeelstressedout.It’sbelievedthatbyconcentratingontheactofsqueezing,theycanletgoofthenegativeenergyintheirbodies.36.Fortunately,wehavemanywaystodealwithit.Infact,therubberstressreliefballsthataresopopulartodayintheUSarebelievedtodatebacktoancientChina.37.Bysqueezingthemduringmomentsofanxiety,soldierswereabletocalmthemselvesdownbeforegoingintobattle.AndintheMingDynasty(1368–1644),peoplestartedrotating(转动)walnutsintheirhands.Ordinarycitizens—notjustsoldiers—developedthehabitofrollingtwowalnuts,orballsmadefromironorstone,aroundintheirhands,38.Andtoday,wehavemanygadgets(器具)andtoysthataredesignedtoreducestressinadditiontostressreliefballs.Oneexampleisthepopularfidgetspinner(指尖陀螺).39—spinningthegadgetaround.There’salsothefidgetcube,whichfeaturesdifferent“gimmicks(机关)”oneachsideofthecube.Youcanclick,spin,pull,pushandrotatedifferentpartsofthecube.40,butperhapsweshouldtakethemmoreseriouslythantheyaregivencredit(赞赏)for.“Afterall,thehistoryofstressballsisahistoryofmodern-daycoping,”reporterNadiaBerensteinwroteforWoollymagazine.A.thusmakingthemfeelrelaxedaswellB.ThesegadgetsmaylooklikesimpletoysC.ItkeepsyourhandbusywithaneasytaskD.Indeed,stressisabigproblemformanypeopleE.ThisistheperfectwaytogetyourselfconcentratedF.AfocusedactivityhelpstakeyourmindofftheproblemsofyourdayG.BackintheHanDynasty(206BC–AD220),soldiersusedwalnutstogetridofstress第三部分英语知识运用(共两节,满分45分)第一节完形填空(共20小题;每小题1.5分,满分30分)阅读下面短文,从短文后各题所给的四个选项(A、B、C和D)中,选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项。TheWaterAngelFromJunetoSeptember,thetemperatureinPhoenixissohighthatitcaneasilyhitthecenturymark.Butthatdoesn’tstophikersfrom41the1.3-milehiketothetopofthecity’sfamousCamelbackMountainenjoyingthedesertscenery.42warn,thatthepathis"extremelydifficult.''Ifyoucontinue,43aliterofwaterperpersonis44.Andanothersignfartherupdeclares:“ifyou’rehalfway45yourwater,turnaround!”Unfortunately,manypeople46thewarnings,47ScottCullymoredoesn’t.Whenhe’snotworking,the53-year-oldcanbe48hikingupanddownCamelbackacoupleoftimesaday,giving49coldbottlesofwatertoworn-outhikers.Hehashelpedsomanyhikersthathehas50aheavenlynickname:theWaterAngel.CullymorewasonCamelbackMountainonedayin2015whenaBritish51diedafterbeinglostfornearlysixhoursintheJuly52.Thatexperience53himtostarthelpingpeoplewhowerenotawareofArizona’s54formofMotherNature.Ifahikerhasaredfaceandisnotsweatinganymore,he55hisbackpack,pullsoutabottle,andhandsittotheperson.Onehikerwhowas56watersays.“Youthinkyouknowtheheat,butthenyougetouthereinthe57anditsurroundsyoulikeathickblanket,”saidAustinHill,whowashikingwithahighschoolfriend.“Wewere58,”hesaid,pointingtoCullymore.“We59intothisGoodSamaritan(撒玛利亚人)here.”Andwiththat,theWaterAngelleavesin60ofanotherhikerinneed.41.A.refusingB.planningC.attemptingD.finishing42.A.SignsB.SignalsC.OfficesD.Officials43.A.atmostB.atleastC.atallD.inall44.A.suppliedB.suggestedC.warnedD.wasted45.A.upB.downC.overD.through46.A.noticeB.ignoreC.giveD.take47.A.yetB.andC.orD.so48.A.foundB.keptC.caughtD.set49.A.upB.offC.outD.in50.A.madeB.createdC.desiredD.earned51.A.journalistB.scientistC.artistD.tourist52.A.lightB.windC.heatD.rain53.A.requiredB.inspiredC.advisedD.allowed54.A.unforgivingB.unbelievableC.unforgettableD.unwilling55.A.picksupB.putsonC.clearsoutD.reachesinto56.A.offeredB.handedC.shownD.lent57.A.waterB.signC.desertD.city58.A.afraidB.sadC.luckyD.proud59.A.rushedB.brokeC.changedD.ran60.A.dangerB.searchC.hopeD.support第II卷第二节(共10小题;每小题1.5分,满分15分),阅读下面材料,在空白处填入适当的内容(1个单词)或括号内单词的正确形式。Friendshipisamutual(相互的)connectionbetweenpeoplewhomaketimetooffereachotherhonestadviceandsupport.Frankly,it’sfunnytothinkthatfriends61(make)onlinearen’tabletofulfillthatduty!Ourgenerationgrowsuponline,anddigitalcommunication62(be)thenorm(常态).Despiteseeingsomefriendsinpersonduringschool,wegetmostofthe63(update)ontheirlivesthesamewaywedowithfriends64livethreestatesaway---byviewingwhat65(post)onsocialmedia.The66(real)isthatfriendscan’tphysicallybewithyouallthetime,whichpreventsthepossibilityofreceivingtheirguidanceattheexactmomentwhenyouneed67most.Infact,textsandevenlikesandsharesgiveus68abilitytobringoursupportsystemwithuswhereverwego,providingconvenientwaysforfriendstomaintainfriendshipsandcheereachotheron.However,ifwecontinuetodependso69(heavy)onsocialmediaforsupport,wewillloseimportantinterpersonalskills.Beingabletospeakconfidently,makeeyecontactandreplytopeoplewithdifferentpersonalitiesonthespotiswhatwillopenthedoorsto70(deep)friendshipsandbettercareeropportunitiesinthefuture.第四部分:写作第一节短文改错(共10小题;每小题1分,满分10分)假定英语课上老师要求同桌之间交换修改作文,请你修改你同桌写的以下作文。文中共有10处语言错误,每句中最多有两处。错误涉及一个单词的增加、删除或修改。增加:在缺词处加一个漏字符号(∧),并在其下面写出该加的词。删除:把多余的词用斜线()划掉。修改:在错的词下划一横线,并在该词下面写出修改后的词。注意:1.每处错误及其修改仅限一词。2.只允许修改10处,多者(从第11处起)不计分。I'mworriedthatyou'vebeenaddictedtosharepicturesinWeChatcirclerecently.Youevenshareallsortofphotosinyourdailylife.Ofcourse,WeChatmakesbettertounderstandeachotherandmakesourlifemorecolorful,whichisveryconvenientforustocommunicatewith.However,thereexistsomepotentialtroubleifweovershare.One,seriousproblemisleakingprivacy,thatmaycausealotoftrouble.Besides,oversharingcanmakeothersuncomfortably,fortheythinkyouareshowingoff.Thus,neithershouldwepostourpersonalinformation,orshouldweblindlyaddstrangerstoalistoffriends.It'smuchwisetosetasidesometimetoaccompanyparentsordosomethingmoremeaningful,suchasreadingbooksortakingexercise.第二节书面表达(满分25分)自2020年初新冠肺炎(coronavirus)在全球爆发以来,大中小学生都在网上进行网课学习。假如你是李华,为校英语社团组织的“停课不停学”的活动投稿。请你给社团负责人Mr.Chen写一封信,内容包含以下要点:1.你的作息规律和在家学习感受;  2.表达感恩之情(对父母或老师等)。词数:100词左右。DearMr.Chen,,Yours,LiHua高三英语期末考试答案听力01-05BBCAC06-10BCCAA11-15CBACC16-20BCBAB阅读21-23CCA24-27DDCC28-31BCCB32-35ADAD36-40DGACB完形41-45CABBD46-50BAACD51-55DCBAD56-60ACCDB语法填空61.made62.is63.updates64.who/that65.isposted/hasbeenposted66.reality67.it68.the69.heavily70.deeper改错1.share→sharing2.sort→sorts3.在makes和better之间加上it4.去掉communicate后面的with5.exist→exists6.that→which7.uncomfortably→uncomfortable8.or→nor9.a→the10.wise→wiser书面表达评分标准:本题目包括两个部分:描写性说明文与应用性文体中感恩信相结合。要求考生完成两项写作任务。其中1.描述自己的作息规律及在家学习感受,是主要点;2.写信目的和表达感恩之情(对父母或老师等)为次要点。评卷时,按学生作文文字水平分为五档文(21-25)、四档文(16-20)、三档文(11-15)、二档文(6-10)、一档文(0-5分)给分。缺少一个主要点扣10分(主要点表达不充分扣3-5分),缺少一个次要点扣5分(次要点表达不充分扣1-3分)。四档及以上的文章要求覆盖全部的主次要点,同时要考虑文章是否具有逻辑性和条理性,观点要简练清晰,适当地使用连词、副词或介词短语,以使行文连贯。五档作文需要同时符合两个条件:①较多使用高级词汇及句型。②字迹美观。参考范文(一)DearMr.Chen,It’smyhonourtowritetoyoutosharewhatI’mdoingasastudentduringtheepidemic.,Withtheoutbreakofthecovid-19aroundtheworld,ourroutinelifeisverymuchchanged.Inordertopreventfurtherinfection,wechoosetostayathometakingonlinecourses,whichisarealchallengeforthosewholackself-discipline.Takemeforexample.Ihavetogetupbefore6:30andgetreadyformyclassbeginningat7.Aftermorethan10hours’learningonline,Igetquitetired,butIhavetoworkhardonmyhomeworkuntil11o’clockatnight.Asyousee,staringatthescreenforsuchalongtimedoesgreatharmtooureyes.Still,Iwanttoexpressmyheartfeltthankstomyteachersandparentsalikeforwhattheyhavedoneforme.Yours,LiHua参考范文(二)DearMr.Chen,Iamwritingtotellyouaboutmyonlinestudyduringtheperiodofcoronavirusandexpressmysincerethanksforthehelpofallmyteachers.Thecoronavirusconfinedmehomebutcouldn’tstopmypassionforstudy.Despitedifficulties,Imadeitaroutinetogetupearlyasinstructedandattendedonlineclassesontime.Betweenregularbreaks,Iexercisedtokeepfitandrefreshmyself.Tobefrank,neverhaveIfeltmorefulfilledwiththehelpofmyteachersthroughthistryingtime(难挨的时光)whenallpeoplearoundtheworldarestrainingthemselvesinthefightagainstthecoronavirus.(在战斗中竭尽全力)Allmythanksgotothosewhoactasbeaconsofhope(希望的灯塔)inthedarkesttime. Yours,LiHua
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