来做做上海初中生英语题,感受一下

平明寻白羽
楼主 (北美华人网)
C. Fill in the blanks with proper words (在短文的空格内填入适当的词,使其内容通顺,每空格限填一词,首字母已给)
A rare experience      Imagine the situation. You’re walking down the crowded high street and s__81__ a complete stranger stops you and says, “Hi! You were on the beach in the south of Spain six years ago. How are you doing?” This stranger isn’t necessarily m__82__. He or she might be a “super - recogniser”. These are people who have the unusual ability to recognise people they have seen only once -- a long time ago, maybe in a crowed.
Whatever the differences in looks      It doesn’t matter what the person looks like now. People change, get different hair styles, dye their hair or go grey. Wrinkles, new glasses and makeups give them new a__83__, but the “super - recognisers” can still recognise them.
An inborn skill       Although scientists have known for a long time that about 2% of people suffer from face - blindness, which means that they have huge problems recognising faces, they are only new realising that some people are the exact o__84__. Tests have shown that a “super - recogniser” can identify people that they only saw for a brief moment -- and this is not an ability that we can d__85__, it’s something we are born with.
A great h__86__       The police are starting to use “super - recognisers” to spot criminal faces in videos of crowds. They look for people with a specific build and facial features like beards and moustaches but they can even recognise quite o__87__ people, with no noticeable features at all. As well as surprising our holidaymaker in Spain six years later, this ability can be used for a very practical purpose indeed.
平明寻白羽
大家回想一下自己初三时候这种题目能做满分么?
平明寻白羽
C. Fill in the blanks with proper words (在短文的空格内填入适当的词,使其内容通顺,每空格限填一词,首字母已给) Free-diving is diving underwater, holding your breath, without the use of equipment. In ancient times people had to free-dive to get food, such as fish and shellfish. Free divers also c___81___ treasures lying at the bottom of the ocean. The Mediterranean Sea, south of Europe, had many trading ships passing through. Often ships sank, sometimes because of storms. They would swim down to the shipwreck and try to lift the most precious pieces. In modern times, free-diving is part of many different a___82___ such as underwater photography and spearfishing. Sports such as underwater football, rugby and hockey also involve free-diving. The most dangerous free-diving is practised by a small group of extreme sportsmen and sportswomen who swim very deep. They aim to go to great depths and d___83___ for a long time on a single breath, wearing only a wetsuit. Deep under the water it is cold and black. The weight or pressure on your body is much h____84____ than that at the surface. That weight, and going so long on only one breath, can cause a person to become unconscious(无意识的)because of a lack of oxygen, and then die. Why do people want to take part in a sport that is so dangerous? You need to be fit to swim so deep, but you also need to be very strong mentally(精神上). At first it is difficult to sink. You have to stay c___85___ and even slow your thinking. But finally the air is pushed from your body, and you start to sink. It is as if the water were d___86___ you down. This is a very peaceful feeling. Natalia wrote many poems about her love of being in the deep blue ocean. She felt at one with nature there, as if in an ancient space. She would go into a deep state of being quiet and thinking before she went into the water. She would leave b___87___ her the stress of life, which she called “surface fuss”. According to Natalia, when you stop breathing, most of your body’s functions stop. It is as if time itself stopped.
月清
回复 1楼平明寻白羽的帖子
81 suddenly 82 83 appearance 84 opposite 85 develop 86 87 ordinary
212mr
seeing, memorable, appearance, opposite, develop, habit, ordinary. 初三不就是这些词汇么。。。。
平明寻白羽
回复 1楼平明寻白羽的帖子
81 suddenly 82 83 appearance 84 opposite 85 develop 86 87 ordinary
月清 发表于 2020-10-15 00:34

82 的 m 大家讨论一下,
86是标题,再想一下,
chicken_butt
回复 1楼平明寻白羽的帖子
81 suddenly 82 83 appearance 84 opposite 85 develop 86 87 ordinary
月清 发表于 2020-10-15 00:34

82 mistaken
andyconnor
很简单啊 有什么大惊小怪的
nehz
82 misrecognizing 86 help
我初中做不出来
chore
如果是配套的课后练习就极简单了,通常要你填的就是课文里学的新单词。
Apenn
还是觉得有点难
blue_zsq
回复 1楼平明寻白羽的帖子
The police are starting to use ‘superrecognisers’ to spot criminal faces in videos of crowds. ey look for people with a speci c build and facial features like beards and moustaches but they can even recognise quite nondescript people, with no distinguishing features at all. As well as surprising our holidaymaker in Spain six years later, this ability can be used for a very practical purpose indeed.
wudiyuyu
填词挺简单,但是整段话写的那个啰嗦,非常没水平
blue_zsq
feitao13
回复 7楼chicken_butt的帖子
82 mad
blue_zsq 发表于 2020-10-15 01:11

哈哈,和我想的一样
平明寻白羽
如果是配套的课后练习就极简单了,通常要你填的就是课文里学的新单词。
chore 发表于 2020-10-15 00:54

不是,这些是上海初三英语中考模拟考卷。不是课后练习,完全 out of nowhere, completely unpredictable.
大家感兴趣再贴几个。
我是很感叹的,初三的孩子,至少我那个年代,才学了三年英语。记不得我们初三英语考试什么水平了。
这些填空题需要这些孩子有相当的词汇量,能准确理解作者要表达的信息和选择最适合的词来填空。怪不得碰到的不少新一代留学生们英文都非常好。

homejunkie
这段阅读我居然看过(听过)super recognizer那段是hidden brain里面的一集,我可能听过好几次了。
glorymoon
答案在这里 acquire 被改成develop了, nondescript改成了ordinary,应该说更简单了

Walker1921
初中还没有开学英语的路过。 不过我有语言天赋;从高中一级开始学英语;高考英语分数第一;到大学里一看,只有另外一同学比我高一分。而他们不少都是初中开始学英语的。
marrydiduknow
81 suddenly 82 making it up 83 appearance 84 opposite 85 develop 86 hack/help 87 ordinary
81 collect 82 activities 83 dive 84 heavier 85 calm 86 driving 87 behind
如果爱ll
不会😢
压压压压
86 helper
Yadkin
错了一个,我用的mistaken. Develop 的格子,我自己读句子的时候会用acquire, 但用d打头,就只能改掉。 初三的时候我肯定零蛋。大学了也好不到哪儿去。
joanna778899
典型的国内英语考法, 而且基本标答就只有一个,非常不合理,我娃做国内的英语题,两人碰面,一定要按一个顺序对话,否则就是错,特别荒谬
Pelosi
浪费学生时间
尽学这些毫无意义的东西
可笑的教育
Pelosi
有这么多时间学这些毫无意义的东西
学点拉丁语, 希腊语 或者 欧洲历史多好啊

alice240638
Which country spells recognize as recognise?
柚子honey
86 我会填hunter
e
elevenoclock
81 suddenly 82 making it up 83 appearance 84 opposite 85 develop 86 hack/help 87 ordinary
81 collect 82 activities 83 dive 84 heavier 85 calm 86 driving 87 behind

marrydiduknow 发表于 2020-10-15 02:34


The 2nd article: 84 higher, 86 drawing
小铁锅的猫
现在看不难,但对初中生来说应该有点难度吧。不过我的英文比较差,在美国好多年了都一般般。
huashan2018
86 我会填hunter
柚子honey 发表于 2020-10-15 03:34

我会填HIRE。
Pelosi
可悲的教育体系.
cecilia_cjn
我会填HIRE。
huashan2018 发表于 2020-10-15 04:23

应该是help吧
traveller69
82 mad
jiayusong
82 mad
jiayusong
有这么多时间学这些毫无意义的东西
学点拉丁语, 希腊语 或者 欧洲历史多好啊


Pelosi 发表于 2020-10-15 03:10

什么乱七八糟的,who cares
longtai
实话实说,这是我高中时的题的水平
vinvinvin
我十多年前读的高中,在浙江,这绝对是高考题水平。而且哪怕是看首字母填词,也不会有这么长的材料
不过上海学生英语水平本来就全国很高的吧,看看城市性质
milk_tea
回想我初中英语肯定是没有这么难的
Fhu
词汇是我们那时大学的水平。当然我读大学是九十年代中的事情
小金猪
我觉得对初中生挺难啊!但是水平再高现在人还愿意来美国留学吗,只能英国澳大利亚了吧
m
muxinyi
这不是给了几个选择吗?楼主一开始没贴出来,随便填当然很难,可是如果给了选择,是选择题,不是会容易很多?!
平明寻白羽
这不是给了几个选择吗?楼主一开始没贴出来,随便填当然很难,可是如果给了选择,是选择题,不是会容易很多?!
muxinyi 发表于 2020-10-15 09:43

不是选择题,只有首字母。后面是网友们的答案。
FarInMountain
太难了,现在也有些做不出来。 一把年纪,长哪儿去了?惨
落地花生
看看这几道题呢,国内朋友问的,大家的答案都不一样



crazyeater
看看这几道题呢,国内朋友问的,大家的答案都不一样




落地花生 发表于 2020-10-15 10:00

ADA
不过这几个句子读起来都怪怪的,不知道为嘛
r
rengra
出题的人挺省时间的。
marrydiduknow
ADA
不过这几个句子读起来都怪怪的,不知道为嘛
crazyeater 发表于 2020-10-15 10:35

ADD 觉得怪可能是因为口语中,主句会放前面,然后使用大量缩写,比如“‘s”。所以在实际运用中,that 后面不论was/is/has都是“’s”
落地花生
标准答案是CDD....问了家里的高中生,说题目怪怪的,第一题C或者D都可以,第三题A或者D都可以....

h
happyeating
81 suddenly 82 misrecognizing 83 appearance 84 opposite 85 develop 86 help 87 ordinary
03010103
这几个选择题里表示时间的词还是很明显的,不难选啊
119ppp
上海我们高二的时候一批人去考GRE了啊……不得不说高中是我英文的巅峰水平,此后再也没回升过……
shine898
不要去看这种题,毫无意义。母语为英语的人做不好的....
lesity
标准答案是CDD....问了家里的高中生,说题目怪怪的,第一题C或者D都可以,第三题A或者D都可以....


落地花生 发表于 2020-10-15 10:58

我的答案是CDA....He would go on foot一般人都不这么说话,而整道题的tone就是日常对话。当然这样说没错。 37我觉得同理。如果是写essay可能会用had used, 但是had used这个时态在平常对话很少用。直接用used对方也能理解。而这道题明显也是日常对话。
welkin25
标准答案是CDD....问了家里的高中生,说题目怪怪的,第一题C或者D都可以,第三题A或者D都可以....


落地花生 发表于 2020-10-15 10:58

如果是CDD的话……能理解要考的知识点,但是平时自己口语也不会那么在意时态的。
随意chat
不是,这些是上海初三英语中考模拟考卷。不是课后练习,完全 out of nowhere, completely unpredictable.
大家感兴趣再贴几个。
我是很感叹的,初三的孩子,至少我那个年代,才学了三年英语。记不得我们初三英语考试什么水平了。
这些填空题需要这些孩子有相当的词汇量,能准确理解作者要表达的信息和选择最适合的词来填空。怪不得碰到的不少新一代留学生们英文都非常好。


平明寻白羽 发表于 2020-10-15 01:31

我60后,小学四年级就开始读英语了,当然比现在的简单多了
wsher
回复 18楼glorymoon的帖子
我第一个想到的就是acquire而不是develop,我觉得这个题有个重点是,必须用初中一年级的词汇库,所以这些小孩应该更熟悉这个所谓的词汇库是什么。
betatest
C. Fill in the blanks with proper words (在短文的空格内填入适当的词,使其内容通顺,每空格限填一词,首字母已给)
A rare experience      Imagine the situation. You’re walking down the crowded high street and s__81__ a complete stranger stops you and says, “Hi! You were on the beach in the south of Spain six years ago. How are you doing?” This stranger isn’t necessarily m__82__. He or she might be a “super - recogniser”. These are people who have the unusual ability to recognise people they have seen only once -- a long time ago, maybe in a crowed.
Whatever the differences in looks      It doesn’t matter what the person looks like now. People change, get different hair styles, dye their hair or go grey. Wrinkles, new glasses and makeups give them new a__83__, but the “super - recognisers” can still recognise them.
An inborn skill       Although scientists have known for a long time that about 2% of people suffer from face - blindness, which means that they have huge problems recognising faces, they are only new realising that some people are the exact o__84__. Tests have shown that a “super - recogniser” can identify people that they only saw for a brief moment -- and this is not an ability that we can d__85__, it’s something we are born with.
A great h__86__       The police are starting to use “super - recognisers” to spot criminal faces in videos of crowds. They look for people with a specific build and facial features like beards and moustaches but they can even recognise quite o__87__ people, with no noticeable features at all. As well as surprising our holidaymaker in Spain six years later, this ability can be used for a very practical purpose indeed.
平明寻白羽 发表于 2020-10-15 00:25

81 see 82 mad? 83 appearance 84 opposite 85 develop 86 hero? 87 ordinary
millman
初一才开始学abc的飘过。。初三我绝对达不到这个水平
elfwarrior
上海30年前小学三年级学校开始教英语,现在的标配是学前识字一百个
小青龙
插话说谁大马路上拦住我说六年前海滩上见过,我逃都来不及。有这个能力没啥,见过那么多人,特特地找上你说话而不是自己心里想想就算很creepy
Clairemom
回复 24楼joanna778899的帖子
不好意思不小心点踩了
随意chat
上海30年前小学三年级学校开始教英语,现在的标配是学前识字一百个
elfwarrior 发表于 2020-10-15 15:17

据我所知,现在这个标准应该是低估了,我家小孩15年前入学的时候就平均识字好几百了,我家几乎零基础的那个赶得好辛苦两个多月才识了8/900,班里最突出的学前2500字
热血热胜红日光
回复 9楼nehz的帖子
82 不是mistaken吗?
热血热胜红日光
回复 4楼月清的帖子
86 Helper
现在初中英语还有单词大纲之类的吗?
加珍珠的奶茶
像多年前高中英语的程度
m
missfreckles
标准答案是CDD....问了家里的高中生,说题目怪怪的,第一题C或者D都可以,第三题A或者D都可以....


落地花生 发表于 2020-10-15 10:58

第一题的B和D显然不可以,如果要用go on foot再接目的地的话是go to office on foot, 而不是go on foot to office,所以只能是C。
elfwarrior
据我所知,现在这个标准应该是低估了,我家小孩15年前入学的时候就平均识字好几百了,我家几乎零基础的那个赶得好辛苦两个多月才识了8/900,班里最突出的学前2500字
随意chat 发表于 2020-10-15 20:36

上私立的应该起码500吧