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篇一:2016年广东省普通话考试成绩查询入口

2016年广东省普通话考试成绩查询入口

2016年广东普通话考试每年举办多次,考试成绩一般在考后3周后公布,届时请报考人员登录广东语言文字网查询考试成绩!

点击图片》》》进入2016广东省普通话考试成绩查询入口

【拓展】:

国家语言文字工作委员会颁布的《普通话水平测试等级标准》是划分 普通话水平等级的全国统一标准。普通话水平等级分为三级六等,即一、二、三级,每个级别再分出甲乙两个等次;一级甲等为最高,三级乙等为最低。应试人的普通话水平根据在测试中所获得的分值确定。

普通话水平测试等级标准如下:

一级甲等

朗读和自由交谈时,语音标准,语汇、语法正确无误,语调自然,表达流畅。测试总失分率在3%以内。

一级乙等

朗读和自由交谈时,语音标准,语汇、语法正确无误,语调自然,表达流畅。偶有字音、字调失误。2016年广东省普通话考试成绩查询入口2016年广东省普通话考试成绩查询入口。测试总失分率在8%以内。

二级甲等

朗读和自由交谈时,声韵调发音基本标准,语调自然,表达流畅。少数难点音(平翘舌音、前后鼻尾音、边鼻音等)有时出现失误。语汇、语法极少有误。测试总失分率在13%以内。

二级乙等

朗读和自由交谈时,个别调子不准,声韵母发音有不到位现象。2016年广东省普通话考试成绩查询入口文章2016年广东省普通话考试成绩查询入口出自

wk-78500000518919.html,此链接!。难点音较多(平翘舌音、前后鼻尾音、边鼻音、fu - hu 、 z - zh -j 、送气不送气、i- ü 不分、保留浊塞音、浊塞擦音、丢介音、复韵母单音化等),失误较多。方言语调不明显,有使用方言词、方言语法的情况。测试总失分率在20%以内。

三级甲等

甲等 朗读和自由交谈时,声韵母发音失误较多,难点音超出常见范围,声调调值多不准。方言语调明显。语汇、语法有失误。测试总失分率在30%以内。

三级乙等

朗读和自由交谈时,声韵调发音失误多,方音特征突出。2016年广东省普通话考试成绩查询入口报关员_报检员_司法考试_银行从业_证券从业_教师资格_职称考试_驾照考试_普通话考试。方言语调明显。语汇、语法失误较多。外地人听其谈话有听不懂的情况。测试总失分率在40%以内。

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篇二:2016年广东省普通高考术科统考成绩查询方式

2016年广东省普通高考术科统考成绩查询方式

一、96040电话查询方式

中国电信固话、CDMA手机、联通及铁通固话用户,只需拨通96040(全省各地均可直拨,无需加区号)按语音提示输入准考证号(考生号,下同)及出生年月,即可查询到高考艺术类术科考试成绩。考生也可提前拨打96040按语音提示进行短信通知预定,下发短信免费。

二、短信查询方式

(一)中国联通及电信CDMA手机用户编写“KAF+准考证号+4位出生年月” (例如准考证号是0123456789,出生年月是96年6月,则发送:KAF01234567899606) ,发送至10622168,即可预定或查询成绩;

(二)广东地区的中国移动用户编写短信“122+准考证号+4位出生年月”发送至10660662即可预定或查询成绩。

(三)广东地区的中国联通用户编写短信“122+准考证号+4位出生年月”发送至10629500即可预定或查询成绩。

三、网络查询方式

考生可登录广东考试服务网进行查询。

篇三:2016年广东省适应性测试英语试卷及答案

试卷类型A

2016年适应性测试

英语

注意事项: 1. 本试卷分第I卷(选择题)和第II卷(非选择题)两部分。答卷前,考生务必将自己的姓名、考生号、考场号和座位号填写在答题卡上。因测试不考听力,第I卷从第二部分的“阅读理解”开始,试题序号从“21”开始。

2. 回答第I 卷时,选出每小题答案后,用铅笔把答题卡上对应题目的答案标号涂黑。

如需改动,用橡皮擦干净后,再选涂其他答案标号。写在本试卷上无效。

3. 回答第II卷时,将答案写在答题卡上。写在本试卷上无效。

4. 考试结束后,将本试卷和答题卡一并交回。

第I卷

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中,选出最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该选项涂黑。

A

A Guide to the Library’s Facilities

To use or reserve the facilities of the library, follow the procedures given at the circulation desk.

Group Study Rooms (2F)

Students and teaching staff can use these rooms for group study. Students are advised to use unlocked rooms (3 rooms for 2 people, 2(转 自 于:wWW.Hn1C.cOM 唯才教育 网:2016广东英语口语成绩查询) rooms for 4 people) available for free. When you use locked rooms (2 rooms for 4 people, 1 room for 10 people), you need to go through reservation procedures at the circulation desk. These rooms are available for group discussion.

Individual Reading Rooms (1-3F)

There are 4 single rooms available for use by teaching staff and visiting scholars. Each room is equipped with a computer together 1 printer and 6 scanners. Reservation of these rooms is available for a period up to seven days on end.

Meeting Rooms and Seminar Rooms (1-3F)

Only teaching staff and graduate students can apply to use these rooms and reserve them one day in advance. The total number of seats is 40. They are available for workshops and small seminars.

Computer Rooms (4F)

These rooms are available for classes or seminars and so on. The total number of seats

is 88. Only teaching staff can apply to use the computer rooms and reserve them one day in advance.

21. How many locked rooms can students and teaching staff use?

A. One

C. Four

B

From my earlier memory of Mother it somehow seemed quite natural to think of her as different, nor of everyday things as Father was. In those days he was a young-looking man. He did not hesitate to make friends with children as soon as they were able to talk to him and laugh at his stories. Mother was older than he was. She must have been a woman of nearly forty, but she seemed even older. She changed little for a long time, showing no indication of growing old at all until, towards the end of her life, she suddenly became an old lady.

I was always about Mother’s age. She never had birthdays like other people, nor did anyone else in our family. No candles were ever lit or cakes made or presents given in our house. To my friends in the street who talked delightfully about their birthday parties, I would repeat my mother’s words that such celebrations were only foolish.

“Nothing but deception,” she would say. “As though life can be marked by birthdays. It’s deeds, not years, that matter.”

Although I often repeated her words and even prided myself on not having birthdays, I once could not help asking Mother when she was born.

“I was born. I’m alive as you can see, so what more do you want to know?” she replied, so sharply that I never asked her about her age again.

In so many other ways Mother was different. Whereas all the rest of the women I knew in the neighboring hoses took pride in their housewifely abilities, their new furniture, the neat appearance of their homes, Mother regarded all those things as of little importance. Our house always looked as if we had just moved in or were about to move out.

24. How did Father impress the author?

A. He liked writing stories.

C. He was a very young man. B. He loved making friends. D. He was popular with children. B. Three D. Ten B. a computer room D. an individual reading room B. Visiting scholars D. Teachers and students 22. If teachers want to print, they can go to ___________. A. a seminar roomC. a group study room A. Teachers 23. Who can apply to use the computer rooms? C. Graduate students

25. Before the end of her life, Mother ___________.

A. looked quite young B. looked like an old lady

C. looked like a forty-year-old woman

C. Cautious.D. Confident. C. looked younger than she wasA. CertainB. Curious. 26. What does the word “inquisitive” in Paragraph 2 probably mean?

27. What do we learn about Mother?

A. She was lazy. B. She was strict. C. She was proud. D. She was special

C

It is only praise or punishment that determines a child’s level of confidence. There are some other important ways we shape our kids-particularly by giving instructions and commands in a negative or positive choice of words. For example, we can say to a child “Don’t run into traffic!” pr “Stay on the footpath close to me.” In using the latter, you will be helping your kids to think and act positively, and to feel competent in a wide range of situations, because they know what to do, and aren’t scaring themselves about what not to do.

Why does such a small thing make a difference? It is all in the way the human mind works. What we think, we automatically rehearse (预演). For example, if someone offered you a million dollars not to think of a blue monkey for two minutes, you wouldn’t be able to do it. When a child is told “Don’t fall off the tree,” he will think of two things: “don’t” and “fall off the tree”. That is, he will automatically create the picture of falling off the tree in his mind. A child who is vividly imagining falling off the tree is much more likely to fall off. So it is far better to use “Hold on to the tree carefully.”

Clear, positive instructions help kids to understand the right way to do things. Kids do not always know how to be safe, or how to react to the warning of the danger in negative words. So parents should make their commands positive. “Sam, hold on firm to the side of the boat” is much more useful than “Don’t you dare to fall out of the boat?” or worse still “How do you think I’ll feel if you drown?” The changes are small but the difference is obvious.

Children learn how to guide and organize themselves from the way we guide them with our words, so it pays to be positive.

28. Positive choice of words helps kids to __________.

A. do things carefully

B. build up their confidence D. learn in different situations C. improve their imagination

29. What can we infer from Paragraph 2?

A. A child will act on what is instructed

B. One can’t help imagining what is heard.

C. A child will fall off the tree when told not to.

D. One won’t think of a blue monkey when given money.

30. Which of the following commands helps kids to be safe?

A. Fasten your seat belt.

B. Don’t play by the lake.

C. How do you think I’ll feel if you get hurt?

D. Don’t you dare to walk through the red light?

31. The main idea of the passage is that __________.

A. praise makes kids confident

D

In today’s consumer world, we’ve never had so much, yet it seems we’ve never been so unsatisfied. The cost of housing has been rising for decades, and the cost to the planet has been huge, too. But there is a way to live a simpler, greener, and more affordable life: buy a TinyDwelling home!

TinyDwelling homes are very small, yet comfortable houses at affordable prices. Each TinyDwelling home has a contemporary design and included a living room, kitchen, bathroom, upstairs sleeping area, and convenient storage space. TinyDwelling homes are cheap to run and ecologically-friendly, too. All you need is a small heater to keep your house warm in cold weather, and solar panels (太阳能电池板) in order to provide light and electricity.

TinyDwelling is part of the small-living movement that began in the late 1990s. Back then, a growing number of people began to live in very small homes. They wanted to reduce their possessions, living space, and energy costs, so as to lead more ecologically-friendly lives. But the small-living movement really took off after the economic crisis of 2008, when many people realized that they couldn’t afford to keep large homes.

Lizzy Morriaon, a small-living enthusiast, started TinyDwelling homes in 2008 to meet the needs of these people. Since then, Lizzy has been designing and building homes nonstop, and TinyDwelling homes have become so popular that thousands of people have bought one. And Lizzy hasn’t only designing and building houses. She has also been teaching people how to build them. Simply buy the plans and materials so that you can build your own home, and save even more money!

32. It is implied in Paragraph 1 that __________.

A. rich people are very unsatisfied B. people are damaging the environment

C. there are more poor people than before

D. people spend much money in saving the planet

33. What do we know about the small-living movement?

B. right instructions keep kids safe D. choice of words can make a difference C. clear commands make kids different

A. It aimed to handle the economic crisis.

B. It was started by people without houses.

C. It was well received by house designers.

D. It did not become quite popular until 2008.

34. What is the main attraction of TinyDwelling homes?

A. They are affordable.

B. They provide storage space.

C. They have upstairs sleeping area.

D.they are equipped with solar panels.

35. Besides designing TinyDwelling homes, Lizzy also ___________.

A. urged people to buy them.

B. helped people to build them.

C. taught people to save money.

D. offered courses to train designers.

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能填入空白处的最佳选项。选项中有两项为多余选项。

Most teens look forward to learning how to drive. . Fortunately, there are things that you can do to help your teen become more comfortable behind the wheel. Below are some tips for helping your teen become a more confident driver.

? Before your teen gets behind the wheel of a car, he or she should be familiar with the rules of the road. You should have your teen review the driver’s handbook and the vehicle’s instruction. If your teen understands the basic rules and how the car works, then he or she will feel a little better about getting on the road.

? Model good driving

Actions speak louder than words. Many people will tell you that they learned how to drive by watching one of their close family members drive. ? Practice

Practice makes perfect. The more your teen practices, the more confident he or she will become. Your teen should start off by driving in a place that is free of barriers. . After your teen has gotten comfortable about this, he or she can start practicing on the road.

? Drive in a variety of conditions

In order for your teen to become a good driver, he or she has to practice driving in a variety of conditions. ? Get car insurance

Many teens are worried about how much money their parents would have to pay if an