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2017届上海市徐汇区高三英语二模试卷(含听力文本和答案)


12016 学年第二学期徐汇区高三模拟考英语 I. Listening Comprehension Section A Short Conversations

试卷

2017.4

Directions: In Section A, you will hear ten short conversations between two speakers. At the end of each conversation, a question will be asked about what was said. The conversations and the questions will be spoken only once. After you hear a conversation and the question about it, read the four possible answers on your paper, and decide which one is the best answer to the question you have heard. 1. A. He knows who is knocking. B. He is eager to know who it is. C. He doesn’t want to open the door. D. He is ready to open the door. 2. A. By plane. B. By bus. C. By taxi. D. By train. 3. A. $100. B. $200. C. $300. D. $400. 4. A. She went to cinema. B. She went to an exhibition. C. She stayed at home. D. She stayed with her classmates. 5. A. In a doctor’s office. B. In a professor’s office. C. In an operating room. D. In an emergency ward. 6. A. The man paid the tuition for learning physics. B. The man got a lot of money for his hard work. C. His hard work was not rewarding at all. D. His work before the test led to a good result. 7. A. A furnished house. B. A recent book. C. A further study. D. A new record. 8. A. They will go swimming. B. They will climb mountains. C. They will buy some clothes. D. They will forecast the weather conditions. 9. A. He has another lecture to attend. B. He has no interest in the lecture. C. He’s attended the same lecture given by Professor Wilson before. D. He might miss the lecture, if the woman didn’t remind him. 10. A. She fully agrees with the man. B. They are uncertain about the weather. C. She disagrees with the man. D. She thought the man was always late.

Section B
Directions: In Section B, you will hear several longer conversation(s) and short passage(s), and you will be asked several questions on each of the conversation(s) and the passage(s). The conversation(s) and the passage(s) will be read twice, but the questions will be spoken only once. When you hear a question, read the four possible answers on your paper and decide which one would be the best answer to the question you have heard. Questions 11 through 13 are based on the following passage. 11. A. People are encouraged to be a craftsman. B. Learning woodworking is not as hard as you think. C. Learning woodworking will help you know more people. D. Taking a class in woodworking will be very helpful. 12. A. Because I am a talent in this art and want to share it with others. B. Because I am interested in it and want to show it to others. C. Because I wonder how to pick materials and how to do it well.
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D. Because it’s a good way to know more people interested in it. 13. A. You can expect to do woodworking perfectly the very first time. B. Doing woodworking means being alone for long. C. You can also learn from other people interested in woodworking. D. Taking a class in woodworking costs a lot of money. Questions 14 through 16 are based on the following passage. 14. A. To analyze causes and effects of using a credit card. B. To encourage people to borrow money from banks. C. To let people know the responsibility in using a credit card. D. To present the effect of computers in popularizing the use of credit cards. 15. A. The development of computers. B. People’s greediness for more money. C. People’s needs for less paper money. D. People’s learning to be more responsible. 16. A. To learn to be responsible by using credit cards. B. To stop using credit cards and borrow money from friends or relatives. C. To pay money back as fast as possible after using credit cards. D. To stop borrowing money and use your own funds for shopping. Questions 17 through 20 are based on the following conversation. 17. A. A newspaper. B. An advertisement company. C. A cleanup company. D. A market. 18. A. She wants to spare more room for something new. B. She wants to turn their old stuff into cash at a low cost. C. She knows that the sales consultant before the man does. D. She just wants to clean up their house. 19. A. Rudy is likely to buy their stuff. B. Rudy will come and take their stuff away. C. Rudy plays guitar as well as the man. D. Rudy will help them with the ad and the sale. 20. A. His old guitar. C. The spring cleanup sale. B. Their appliances, jewelry, furniture and exercise equipment. D. The low cost of ad and friendly service.

II. Grammar and vocabulary Section A
Directions: After reading the passage below, fill in the blanks to make the passage coherent and grammatically correct. For the blanks with a given word, fill in each blank with the proper form of the given word; for the other blanks, use one word that best fits each blank.

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A painter hangs his or her finished pictures on a wall, and everyone can see it. A composer writes a work, but no one can hear it (21) _____ it is performed. Professional singers and players have great responsibilities, for the composer is absolutely dependent on them. A student of music needs as long and as tough a training to become a performer as a medical student needs (22) ______(become) a doctor. Most training is concerned (23) _____ technique, for musicians have to be as muscularly skillful as an athlete or a ballet dancer. Singers practice breathing every day, as their vocal chords(声带) would be inadequate without (24) ______ (control) muscular support. String players practice moving the fingers of the left hand up and down, while drawing the bow back and forth with the right arm, (25) ______ are two entirely different movements. Singers and instruments have to be able to get every note perfectly in tune. Pianists (26) ______(spare) this particular anxiety, for the notes are already there, and it is the piano tuner’s responsibility to tune the instrument for (27) ______ . But they have their own difficulties; the hammers that hit the string must be dealt with carefully not to sound like drum or bass, and each tone, even if played very fast, has to sound clear. The problem (28) ______(face) student conductors is that they have to learn to know every note of the music and (29) ______ it should sound, and they need to aim at controlling these sound with enthusiastic but selfless authority. Technique is of no use unless it is combined with musical knowledge and understanding. Great artists are those who are so thoroughly at home in the language of music (30) ______ they can enjoy performing works written in any century.

Section B
Directions: Fill in each blank with a proper word chosen from the box. Each word can be used only once. Note that there is one word more than you need. A. perspectives G. constructive B. explore H. concepts C. qualities I. demonstrated D. powerfully J. motivated E. appreciate F. purpose K. recommendation

Dear Admissions Committee, I had the pleasure of teaching Sara in her 11th grade honors English class at Mark Twain High School. From the first day of class, Sara impressed me with her ability to clearly explain difficult (31) _______ and texts, her sensitivity to the slight differences within literature, and her passion for reading, writing, and creative expression— both in and out of the classroom. Sara is a talented literary critic and poet, and she has my highest (32) _______ as a student and writer. Sara is talented at considering the elegances within literature and the (33) ______ behind authors' works. She produced an extraordinary year-long thesis paper on creative identity development, in which she compared works from three different time periods and synthesized cultural and historical (34) _______ to inform her analysis. When called upon to give her thesis defense in front of her peers, Sara spoke clearly and (35) _______ about her conclusions and responded to questions in a thoughtful way. Outside of the classroom, Sara is devoted to her literary pursuits, especially to poetry. She publishes her poetry in our
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school's literary magazine, as well as in online magazines. She is an insightful, sensitive, and deeply self-aware individual driven to (36)______art, writing, and a deeper understanding of the human condition. Throughout the year Sara was an active participant in our discussions, and she always supported her peers. Her caring nature and personality allow her to work well with others in a team setting, as she always respects others' opinions even when they differ from her own. When we held a class debate about gun laws, Sara chose to speak for the side opposite her own views. She explained her choice as (37) _______ by a desire to put herself in other people's shoes, view the issues from a new perspective, and gain a clearer sense of the issue from all angles. Throughout the year, Sara (38) _______ this openness to the opinions, feelings, and perspectives of others, along with sharp powers of observation, all (39) _______ that make her outstanding as a student of literature and burgeoning writer. I am certain that Sara is going to continue to do great and creative things in her future. I highly recommend her for admission to your undergraduate program. She is talented, caring, dedicated, and focused in her pursuits. Sara consistently seeks out (40) _______ feedback so she can improve her writing skills, which is a rare and impressive quality in a high school student. Sara is truly a stand-out individual who will impress everyone she meets. Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions at callmeclemens@gmail.com. Sincerely,

Ms. Scribe
English Teacher Mark Twain High School

III. Reading Comprehension Section A
Directions: For each blank in the following passage there are four words or phrases marked A, B, C and D. Fill in each blank with the word or phrase that best fits the context. The Paris agreement to fight climate change became international law Friday. The landmark deal aims to deal with global warming among growing (41)______ that the world is becoming hotter even faster than scientists expected. So far, 96 countries, accounting for just over two-thirds of the world’s greenhouse gas emissions, have formally joined the agreement, which (42)______ to limit global warming this century to 2 degrees Celsius (3.6 degrees Fahrenheit) above what it was before machines and (43)______ appeared in the late 1700s. The United States (44) ______ entered into the agreement in September, and more countries are expected to come aboard in the coming weeks and months. United Nations Secretary General Ban-Ki Moon celebrated the event, talking with nongovernmental groups at U.N. headquarters in New York to hear their concerns and (45)______ for the future. “This is an emotional moment for me. It is a credit to all of you. And it is (46)______ for the world,” Ban said in his opening remarks. He praised the (47)______ for getting hundreds of millions of people to back fighting climate change but (48)______ the outcome remained uncertain. “We are still in a race (49)______ time. We need to move on to a low-emission and climate-sustainable future,” Ban added.
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Scientists praised the speed at which the agreement, signed by 192 parties last December in Paris, has come into force, saying it shows a new commitment by the international community to (50)_____ a problem that is melting polar ice caps, sending sea levels (51)______and transforming vast areas into desert. “(52)______ the real effect of the agreement after it goes into effect is still uncertain, it is a simple sign that the international society is much more open to alter economic and political behavior to control climate change, which is (53)______ positive,” said Feng Qi, executive director of the School of Environmental and Sustainability Sciences at Kean University in New Jersey. Scientists and (54)______ say the agreement is the first step of a much longer and complicated process of reducing the use of fossil fuels, which currently (55) ______ the majority of the planet’s energy needs and also are the primary drivers of global warming. 41. A. applicants B. fears C. observations D. comments 42. A. seeks B. allows C. assumes D. seizes 43. A. institutions B. laboratories C. committees D. factories 44. A. formally B. instantly C. particularly D. generally 45. A. prejudices B. approaches C. visions D. concepts 46. A. spiritual B. historic C. appropriate D. valueless 47. A. agreements B. groups C. headquarters D. emissions 48. A. apologized B. denied C. warned D. overlooked 49. A. against B. on C. for D. without 50. A. avoid B. find C. address D. ignore 51. A. falling B. rising C. disappearing D. remaining 52. A. Until B. Since C. If D. While 53. A. under no circumstances B. on the contrary C. in no case D. by all means 54. A. officers B. policymakers C. employers D. technicians 55. A. remove B. preserve C. supply D. restore

Section B
Directions: Read the following three passages. Each passage is followed by several questions or unfinished statements. For each of them there are four choices marked A, B, C and D. Choose the one that fits best according to the information given in the passage you have just read. A I used to think ants knew what they were doing. The ones marching across my kitchen counter looked so confident; I just figured they had a plan, knew where they were going and what needed to be done. How else could ants organize highways, build elaborate nests, launch impressive attacks, and do all the other things ants do? Turns out I was wrong. Ants aren’t clever little engineers, architects, or soldiers after all --- at least not as individuals. When it comes to deciding what to do next, most ants don’t have a clue. “If you watch an ant try to accomplish something, you’ll be impressed by how awkward it is,” says Deborah M. Gordon, a biologist at Stanford University.
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“Ants aren’t smart,” Gordon says. “Ant colonies are.” A colony can solve problems unthinkable for individual ants, such as finding the shortest path to the best food source, assigning workers to different tasks, or defending a territory from neighbors. As individuals, ants might be tiny dummies, but as colonies they respond quickly and effectively to their environment. They do it with something called collective intelligence. Where this intelligence comes from raises an essential question in nature: How do the simple actions of individual ants add up to the complex behavior of a group? How do hundreds of honey-bees make a critical decision about their hive (蜂巢)if many of them disagree? The collective abilities of such animals --- one of which grasps the big picture, but each of which contributes to the group’s success --- seem miraculous even to the biologists who know them best. Yet during the past few decades, researchers have come up with fascinating insights. 56. The author’s former false impression about ants is that he thought them to be _______. A. smart B. awkward C. elaborate D. creative 57. Which of the following is TRUE according to the passage? A. Ants will function as a single body once a decision is made by the commander. B. Ants are the only species which developed collective intelligence. C. The ant queen plays a role in managing ant workers besides laying eggs. D. An individual ant can’t comprehend the whole process of a big movement. 58. The paragraph following the passage will most probably deal with _______. A. where we can observe such fantastic behavior of ants B. which is the leading ant in charge of the action C. how the collective intelligence works D. what inspiration can be drawn from the collective abilities B The idea of using radio or wireless to broadcast to audiences was formed in 1916 by a president of the American Marconi Company, David Sarnoff. His superiors were doubtful about his idea to “make radio a household cause, so that by purchase of a ‘radio music box’, the audience could enjoy lectures, music performance, etc.” Four years later the American engineer Frank Conrad, an employee at W E Corp, attracted considerable attention when a local newspaper reported on the growing audience listening on crystal radio sets to his evening and weekend amateur broadcasts. A local music store had provided records to play on the Victoria, and Conrad and his family served as disc jockeys(唱片音乐播音员). Westinghouse vice president Harry Davis asked Conrad to build a more powerful transmitter(发射台)in time to announce the outcome of the next US presidential election. Conrad completed his assignment, and on November 2, 1920, station KDKA in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, broadcast the announcement that Warren G. Harding had been elected president. About 1000 people heard this first news broadcast. Radio communicated news much faster than did newspapers, and because crystal sets were easy to build and inexpensive, radio expanded rapidly in the following years. To stimulate the sale of radio sets, equipment manufactures provided transmitting facilities. Singers, comedians, and entire orchestras
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volunteered their services for publicity. The eventual financial basis of the new industry, however, was still unclear. One group in New York City tried to seek contributions from listeners while others urged that private foundations support radio stations as a public service. In August 1922 the first commercial radio advertisement was broadcast on WEAF (now WNBC) in New York City. In 1926, when about 5 million homes had radios, the Radio Corporation of America (RCA), in cooperation with the American Telephone & Telegraph Company, established the first commercial radio network. In the 1920s radio was established as a new mass medium had a practicable industry, and it became a national forum(论坛)for news and popular culture. 59. The passage is mainly concerned with _______. A. the contribution of radio to popular culture B. the invention and uses of radio C. early radio programs for a mass audience D. the history of radio broadcasting 60. Who started broadcasting radio programs to mass audience? A. Frank Conrad B. David Sarnoff C. Harry Davis D. Warren Harding 61. After 1920, radio expanded rapidly because _______. A. people could easily get it in stores B. it was cheaper than newspapers C. it had advantages over newspapers D. people were interested in anything new 62. By saying that “the eventual financial basis of the new industry was still unclear”, the author means that _______. A. the private foundations were unwilling to support the stations B. the stations were not sure yet where to get the operational money C. advertising and commercial programs could not raise enough money D. the listeners would not pay for the broadcasting stations C It could be said that the age of adventure peaked with Sir Everest Shackleton the moment his ship, the Endurance, become hopelessly locked in ice on its way to Antarctica in January 1915. For ten months the 28 men aboard Shackleton’s ship waited and prayed for ice to break. When it finally did, the Endurance sank, leaving the crew homeless and adrift on a sea of ice in one of the world’s most dangerous environments. In January 2000 a luxury ocean liner found itself similarly trapped in the cold waters off Antarctica. Argentine authorities sent off an icebreaker straight away from the nearest naval base, and in 24 hours, all 176 passengers and crew were free. The tour company’s spokesperson spun the potential disaster as a value-added reward in extreme travel. “The people on board are looking at this as sort of a great adventure,” she said. Ever since Jon Krakauer’s book Into Thin Air made Everest a household name, the subculture of adventure has blown up like a Himalayan avalanche(雪崩) into public consciousness. Magazines promise “extreme” content, television, offers adventure programs, and the growing collective fascination with adventure has produced a flow of published accounts about the world’s greatest adventurous journey. Nowadays more and more people are interested in adventure and this mass appeal makes good business
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sense. Today the only thing blocking a would-be adventurer’s passage to Antarctica is the cost---- which typically runs well over $10,000. Despite very different implications, adventure was just as popular in Shackleton’s time. He has little trouble filling the Endurance----5,000 men are said to have responded to his recruitment(招募) notice: “Men wanted for risky journey. Small wages. Bitter cold. Long months of complete darkness. Constant danger. Safe return doubtful.” After five months drifting on ice, the crew were forced to take to their lifeboats to Elephant Island. Reaching the wasteland, Shackleton went on with one lifeboat and five of his best men 1,300 kilometers across the bone-chilly Scotia Sea to South Georgia Island. Shivering with cold, dressed in rags, Shackleton marched into a whaling station and set about organizing a rescue expedition to Elephant Island. Almost two years after becoming shipwrecked on ice, Shackleton picked up his crew. “Not a life lost, and we have been through hell,” he remarked earnestly. 63. We can learn from the first sentence of this passage that _______. A. the age of adventure began with the ship Endurance trapped in ice B. Shackleton’s adventure marked the highest point of pure exploration C. the age of adventure ended with the ship Endurance trapped in ice D. Shackleton’s adventure predicted that the golden age of exploration was approaching 64. The word “spun” in the second paragraph can be replaced by “_______”. A. summed up B. judged C. boasted about D. referred to 65. Since Jon Krakauer’s book was published _______. A. the media have got interested in the topic of adventure B. the costs of extreme travel have gone up C. Everest has got its name known to Europe D. people have got fascinated by Himalayan avalanches 66. The adventure in Shackleton’s time has different implications from today’s in that _______. A. Shackleton’s adventure lasted longer then any other adventure nowadays B. no one was missing during Shackleton’s adventure C. Shackleton’s adventure was entirely for the sake of adventure D. Shackleton enrolled volunteers more easily

Section C
Directions: Read the passage carefully. Fill in each blank with a proper sentence given in the box. Each sentence can be used only once. Note that there are two more sentences than you need. A. B. C. D. E. F. It’ll make you learn to enjoy what you have, fix what’s broken, and shop for a bargain. Spending more is likely to stimulate your motivation for more earning. It gives you options and frees you from relying on someone else’s priorities. Living with less is the most efficient way to control your financial future. Actually, your parents have already given you too much. What you want is respect and admiration from other people.

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My wife and I recently welcomed a child into the world. His only interest right now is keeping us awake 24/7. But one day, he’ll need to learn something about finance. When he does, here are some suggestions. 1. You might think you want an expensive car, a fancy watch, and a huge house. But you don’t. (67)________________________ You think having expensive stuff will bring it. It almost never does—especially from the people you want to respect and admire you. 2. The road to financial regret is paved with debt. Some debt, such as a mortgage, is OK. But most spending that results in debt is the equivalent of a drug: a quick hit of pleasure that wears off, only to drag you down for years to come, limiting your options and keeping you weighed down by the baggage of your past. 3. I hope you’re poor at some point. Not struggling, and not unhappy, of course. But there’s no way to learn the value of money without feeling the power of its scarcity. It teaches you the difference between necessary and desirable. (68) ________________________ These are essential survival skills. 4. If you’re like most people, you’ll spend most of your adult life thinking, “Once I’ve saved/earned $X, everything will be great.” Then you’ll hit $X, move the goalposts, and resume chasing your tail. It’s a miserable cycle. Your goals should be about more than money. 5. Don’t stay in a job you hate because you made a career choice at 18. Almost no one knows what he or she wants to do at that age. Many people don’t know what they want until they’re twice that age. (These are the signs you’re in the wrong career.) 6. The best thing money buys is to control over your time. (69) ________________________ One day you’ll realize that this freedom is one of the things that makes you truly happy. 7. Change your mind when you need to. I’ve noticed a tendency for people to think they’ve mastered investing when they’re young. They start investing at age 18 and think they have it all figured out by age 19. They never do. 8. Some people are born into families that encourage education; others are from families that are against it. Some are born into flourishing economies; others, into war and poverty. I want you to be successful, and I want you to earn it. But realize that not all success is due to hard work and not all poverty is due to laziness. Keep this in mind when judging people, including yourself. 9. Your savings rate has a little to do with how much you earn and a lot to do with how much you spend. I know a dentist who lives paycheck to paycheck, always on the edge of ruin. I know another person who never earned more than $50,000 and saved a fortune. The difference is entirely due to their spending. (70) __________________________. 10. Don’t listen to me if you disagree with what I’ve written. The world you grow up in will have different values and opportunities than the one I did. More important, you’ll learn best when you disagree with someone and then are forced to learn it yourself. (On the other hand, always listen to your mother.) IV. Summary Writing
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Directions: Read the following passage. Summarize the main idea and the main point(s) of the passage in no more than 60 words. Use your own words as far as possible.

Meet The Member Who Quit Sugar
When I was 15, I weighed 100 kg. I was a size 20+ and hated the way I looked. I was a serial big eater and quite depressed. I would sit in front of the fridge, eat something, move to the cupboard, eat a packet of chips, and move back to the fridge. It was a heartbreaking cycle of hate and food. I didn’t feel confident, pretty, or worthwhile. Shopping made me cry, I avoided mirrors, and my social life came to an end. I actually lost friends because they told me I was antisocial. It became so bad that I wanted to abuse myself; my skin and my mind became my enemy. But then, I turned my life around. I quit sugar. It started with my mum. She staged an intervention (干预) that made me cry. I wanted to change I needed to change - and she could see how unhappy I was. She put me onto a diet that mostly aimed to schedule meals, and - to my shock horror - cut out all processed sugar. It was so hard at first. I remember the shame of sneaking chocolate and candies when the three o’clock hunger hits. But the weeks kept coming and it just got easier. I stopped eating sugar, and I stopped loving it; simple as that. I substituted chips and biscuits for fruit and nuts, and had cup-of-soups after school when I was hit by the desire. I also had more energy, having a 20-minute walk with my dog into my everyday routine; I began to love that personal time. Cutting out sugar gave me so much more control over my body, and my outlook on life improved. So many people are intimidated by the words “quit sugar”. It’s not true. Fruit, honey, et cetera are natural sugars, and believe me, they fuel you better than chocolate bars ever could. Now I’m 17, turning 18, and I weigh 70 kg. I still struggle with my weight, but this is where I sit naturally, and I am very proud of myself. I never thought I would be confident enough to wear dresses or skirts, and take leadership roles to put myself out there and develop my social skills. I could never have done it without the support of my friends and family, and I urge everyone who wants to do right by themselves and change their diet - quitting sugar or otherwise - to share their decision with people. Develop a support network, online or offline, which can offer you advice or pick you up when you’re down. And I can assure you, from my own personal experience, your body will thank you, and you will thank yourself too.

V. Translation
Directions: Translate the following sentences into English, using the words given in the brackets. 72. 铃声一响,孩子们就冲了出来。 (Out)

73. 出事后不久,朱莉(Julie)就被停职了。(suspend)
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74. 会当凌绝顶,一览众山小。

(when)

75. 一些欧洲国家一直不愿接受非洲移民,部分原因是他们担心社会安全问题。(reluctant)

VI. Guided Writing
Directions: Write an English composition in 120-150 words according to the instructions given below in Chinese. 日前,某寄宿制中学(boarding school)明文禁止学生叫外卖(order take-away food),学生中 议论纷纷。假设你是学生会主席李明,请代表全校同学给校长写一封信,信中内容包括: 1、 向校方反馈同学们对此规定的看法。 2、 向校方提出的意见和建议。 (文中不得出现考生姓名、学校等任何真实信息) _________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________

2016 学年徐汇区第二学期高三英语质量调研英语试卷 答案及听力文字稿
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I. Listening Comprehension: Section A 1-5 CDACA 6-10 DBBDC Section B 11-13 BCC 14-16 AAD 17-20 ABDD II. Grammar and vocabulary Section A 21. until/before 22. to become 23. with 24. controlled 25. which 26. are spared 27. them 28. facing 29. how 30. that Section B 31. H 32. K 33. F 34. A 35. D 36. B. 37. J 38. I 39. C 40. G III. Reading Comprehension: Section A 41-45 BADAC 46-50 BBCAC 51-55 BDDBC Section B 56-58 ADC 59-62 DACB 63-66 BBAC Section C 67. F 68. A 69. C. 70. D IV. Summary Writing 参考范例: After experiencing a lot of heartbreaking moments due to her overweight, the author made up her mind to go diet by quitting sugar. She turned to her mother and healthy food. After struggling with her weight and sugar-eating habit, now she has lost 30 kg and feels much better than ever before. Her experience is to take action and support. 评分标准: 1. 本题总分为 10 分, 其中内容 5 分, 语言 5 分。 2. 评分时应注意的主要方面: 内容要点. 信息呈现的连贯性和准确性。 3. 词数超过 60,酌情扣分。 各档次给分要求: 内容部分 A. 能准确、全面地概括文章主旨大意,并涵 盖主要信息。 B. 能准确概括文章主旨大意,但遗漏个别主 要信息。 C. 能概括文章主旨大意,但遗漏部分主要信 息。 D. 未能准确概括文章主旨大意,遗漏较多主 要信息或留有过多细节信息。 E. 几乎不能概括文章的主旨大意,未涉及文 中有意义的相关信息。 F. 完全未作答或作答与本题无关。
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语言部分 A. 能用自己的语言连贯、正确地表述。 B. 能用自己的语言较连贯. 正确地表述, 但有 个别语言错误。 C. 基本能用自己的语言连贯、 正确地表述, 但连贯性较差, 且有少量不影响表 意的语言 错误。 D. 基本能用自己的语言表述, 但连贯性较差, 且严重语言错误较多。 E. 几乎不能用自己的语言连贯、 正确地表 述。 F. 完全未作答或作答与本题无关。
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V. Translation Out rushed the children as soon as the bell rang. 1 1 1 Julie was suspended from her job shortly after the incident. 1 1 1 When I stand on the top of Mount.Tai, the other mountains appear so small. 1 1 1 1 // When reaching the top of the Mount. Tai, I hold all mountains in a single glance. 1 1 1 1 (注:本句中未提及泰山,不扣分,只要提及站在高山顶。) Some European countries have been reluctant to admit African immigrants, partly because 1 1 0.5 0.5 they are concerned about social security problems. 1 1 VI. Guided Writing 参考范例: Dear Respectable Principal, On behalf of all students in our school, I’m writing to you about the school ban on ordering take-away food imposed by our school recently. We all agree that the ban on take-away food is reasonable. The quality of take-away food is not reliable and might do harm to our health, so this ban is aimed at protecting our health and helping us form a good eating habit. Meanwhile, there are still some problems even if we don’t order take-away food. We sincerely hope our school will improve the service of the school canteen. Basically, there is a variety of food in our school canteen and the taste is acceptable. But it is super-crowded during lunch break, and many of us have to line up too long. Is it possible more windows will offer food? What’s worse, the food we can get after long-time waiting is cold in winter, which is far from satisfactory. Besides, we strongly advise our school to offer the night-time snacks. Most students have supper before five o'clock, so many of us, especially boys, feel hungry at night. Without night-time snacks, no wonder many students turn to instant noodles to satisfy our appetite at night, which is bad for health. To sum up, our school has made a right decision, while there is still room for improvement, which all students are looking forward to. Faithfully Yours Li Ming Tape script: I. Listening Comprehension Section A Short Conversations Directions: In Section A, you will hear ten short conversations between two speakers. At the end of each conversation, a question will be asked about what was said. The conversations and the questions will be
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spoken only once. After you hear a conversation and the question about it, read the four possible answers on your paper, and decide which one is the best answer to the question you have heard. W: Can you hear that? Someone is knocking at the door. M: Yeah. Why don’t you go and have a look? Q: What does the man mean? M: Have you called a taxi to the airport? W: Why? I’m not flying. I’ll go to Guangzhou by High Speed Railway. Q: How is the woman going to Guangzhou? W: Did you tip the waitress? M: Yes. $10. 10% of our bill, right? Q: How much did their meal cost? M: I thought you were going to visit your grandparents last Sunday. W: I had planned to, but I got a bad cold, and I didn’t want to spread it to them or anyone else. Q: What did the woman probably do last Sunday? M: I’m here to see Doctor Barrette for a physical examination. W: I’m sorry. She is in surgery right now. Q: Where does this conversation probably take place? M: You’ll never guess I got a high mark in Physics. W: Congratulations. Your hard work finally paid off, right? Q: What does the woman mean? M: Have you read the author’s latest bestseller? W: I’ve just finished it. I really recommend it. Q: What are the man and woman talking about? W: Why are you wearing a jacket? It’s getting warmer today. M: You never know what the weather will be like in the mountain. Q: What will the two speakers probably do? W: I guess you have no interest in attending Professor Wilson’s lecture tomorrow, right? M: On the contrary, I have to thank you for reminding me of it. Q: What does the man mean? M: I’m certain we’ve never had as much rain as we’re having lately. W: Haven’t we, ever? Q: What do we learn from the woman’s response? Section B Directions: In Section B, you will hear several longer conversation(s) and short passage(s), and you will be asked several questions on each of the conversation(s) and the passage(s). The conversation(s) and the passage(s) will be read twice, but the questions will be spoken only once. When you hear a question, read the four possible answers on your paper and decide which one would be the best answer to the question you have heard. Questions 11 through 13 are based on the following passage. Woodworking is the art of crafting things out of wood and people have been known to make sculptures, cabinets and statues. Anyone can take up this craft but it doesn’t mean you will be good at it.
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Like anything else, unless you have a natural talent, you have to practice at it. So, don’t get discouraged if your first try doesn’t come out like you had hoped; you can’t expect to get it perfectly the very first time. Keep trying and you should be a woodworking master in no time at all. If you’ve always wanted to get into woodworking but didn’t know how to go about it, you’re not alone. This is a pastime that many want to have, but don’t know what to do or what materials to use. If this is the case, all you have to do is to take a class on woodworking. If you think that you won’t be able to find a class on this art, you’re wrong. It’s more popular than you realize and classes are offered pretty much worldwide. So, check your phone book or look up classes on the internet for your specific city or country. The fees for this type of class will vary and are determined by the skill level and how long the class will run. If you’ve never tried your hand at woodworking before, start at the beginner level. Once you’ve been woodworking for a little while, you should attend one of the workshops held for people interested in this art. Once there, you will meet people that share your same interests and you will learn new ways at perfecting this craft. You should also look these workshops up on the internet and find out dates and locations so you can sign up. You will probably make new friends and increase your skill level at woodworking. What could be better than that? Questions: 11. What’s this passage mainly about? 12. Why should you take a class in woodworking? 13. Which of the following statements is TRUE? Questions 14 through 16 are based on the following passage. In the United States, the debt levels of Americans have continued to increase since the 1980s. It was during this time that the use of credit cards greatly increased. Credit cards companies begin looking for different ways to market their products to consumers, and used such things as direct mail, commercials, and other marketing strategies. It was during the 1980s that consumers begin moving away from cash and checks into credit cards. The cause of this is often attributed to the start of the information age. As the use of computers became more widespread, credit cards quickly followed. It is estimated that the number of people using credit cards during this time surpassed those who were using checks and cash in a single year. Statistics show that the average American consumer owes about $9,000 in credit card debt. Many people have made the mistake of thinking that they are using their own money when they use credit cards to make purchases. It is easy to forget that this money is owned by the credit card companies, and they are simply allowing you to borrow it, with the promise you will pay it back. The average interest rate owed on credit cards in the US is about 14%. It is easy to view credit cards as being “easy money.” After all, you don't have to work for it, and it doesn't have the same effect on you that cash has. Statistics show that people have a tendency to spend the money of others much faster than their own. Though we live in an electronic age, being irresponsible with your credit cards is a great way to end up with a life time of headaches. Many high quality jobs now require you to have good credit, and it is difficult to get a house or a car if you have poor credit. This is why it pays to be responsible with how you manage your finances. It is best to stop borrowing money and use your own funds to make purchases. Questions:
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What’s the purpose of this passage? Why did the use of credit cards increase according to the passage? What’s the writer’s suggestion as to using credit cards? Questions 17 through 20 are based on the following conversation. M: Honey? What’s all our stuff doing in the driveway? W: It’s a Newsday spring cleanup sale. For only $19.95 we can put a two-line classified ad in Newsday for seven days. And with over two million readers...we’ll get results fast. M: Two lines, all additions, for only $19.95? That’s more than 50% savings off their regular rate. But if Newsday is having a clean-up sale, why does our driveway look like a market? W: Because there’s never been a better time for us to turn the things we don’t use into cash we can use. M: You mean appliances, jewelry, furniture, exercise equipment? W: Even your old guitar. M: Two lines, all additions, for only $19.95...are you sure? W: Of course I’m sure. I called Rudy. M: Who’s Rudy? W: He’s a classified Newsday sales consultant. He was really nice, and helpful. M: More than 50% off, and friendly service? Newsday really does have all we need. W: Yeah. Here is my two-line ad: Cleanup with Newsday. Family stuff, including appliances, jewelry and furniture. Call us at 516-843-3000. M: That sounds great. Questions: What is Newsday? Why does the woman want to sell their stuff? What do you learn about Rudy? What is the man most interested in?

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