2013 年 3 月 23 日高考英语听力试题与答案（附听力原文）
本试卷共 20 小题，每小题 1.5 分，满分 30 分。 第一节 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. Who joined
the company recently? A. Some photographer. B. An art director. C. Some designers. 2. What does the woman mean? A. She is a visitor. B. She just moved in here. C. She knows the manager. 3. What did the woman do last weekend? A. She stayed at home. B. She went boating. C. She took a walk. 4. Where is National City Bank？ A. On Oak Street. B. On Elm Street. C. On Poplar Street. 5. What will Lisa do after work? A. Pick up her friends. B. Go for a drink with her friends. C. Meet her friends at a repair shop. 第二节 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， 并标在试卷的的相应位置。 听完每段对话或独白前， 你将有 5 秒钟的时间阅读各个小题；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。 听下面一段材料，回答第 6、7 题。 6. What does the man think of the French restaurant? A. It’s too far away. B. The price is too high. C. The menu is too old. 7. Why does the man want to eat in? A. He’s tired of eating out. B. He’s good at cooking. 听下面一段材料，回答第 8 至 10 题。 8. What is Tony’s nationality?
C. He’s in bad mood.
A. British. B. Canadian. C. French. 9. Why has Tony come to China? A. To seek a better life. B. To do banana trade. C. To find his root. 10. How does Tony find his experience in China? A. Interesting. B. Crazy. C. Disappointing. 听下面一段材料，回答第 11 至 13 题。 11. What are the speakers talking about? A. Old schoolmates. B. High school life. C. A company meeting. 12. What did Sally try to show her friends? A. She was very happy. B. She was interested in Simon. C. She was successful in business. 13. What do we know about Simon Fox? A. He enjoys parties. B. He likes the woman. C. He is Sally’s husband. 听下面一段材料，回答第 14 至 16 题。 14. When is the report due? A. Today. B. Tomorrow. C. In three weeks. 15. How does the woman sound? A. Sorry. B. Unhappy. C. Interested. 16. What is the relationship between the speakers? A. Sister and brother. B. Teacher and students. C. Boss and employee. 听下面一段材料，回答第 17 至 20 题。 17. What is the meeting about? A. Hiring new teachers. B. Running a new school. C. Moving to a new campus. 18. What does the speaker say about Agriculture students? A. They need bigger places. B. They will stay where they are. C. They will have their labs ready in a week. 19. What is the plan for the History Department? A. The teacher will move later. B. Everybody will stay in the old building. C. The students will move to the Law Building. 20. Who will be in the downtown building? A. Arts students. B. Law students. C. Engineering students.
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听力原文 Text 1 W: I saw your company photograph in the paper, Martin. You’ve got a lot of people. M: Yes, our art director has just hired four new designers. Text 2 M: Excuse me, where can I find the manager in this building? I need to speak to him right now. W: Sorry, I can’t help you. I’m not familiar with this building. My friend lives here. Text 3 M: Did you have a nice weekend? The weather was lovely. W: Yes, we did. I went for a walk in the park near our home, and my husband and the children went boating on the lake. Text 4 M: How can I get to National City Bank? W: Walk down Elm Street as far as the traffic lights. Turn left onto Poplar Street. Walk to the end onto Oak Street. The bank is on your left. Text 5 M: Hi, Lisa. Shirley and I are going for a drink after work at the usual place. Would you like to come along? W: My car is in the repair shop, and I have to pick it up. You go ahead and I’ll meet you there. Text 6 M: Oh, I’m starving. W: Me, too. Shall we eat out? There is a new French restaurant down the street. M: Oh, forget about it! I went there with a friend last week. The menu was all in French, and I just couldn’t read it! W: That’s what you’re paying for. M: Maybe. But I should say everything was expensive, and nothing was to my satisfaction. W: Then how about the Italian restaurant on the next block? M: Well, I ate out almost every day last week. Let’s just eat in today. W: But I’m not in the mood to cook. M: I’ll cook, then. In fact, I’m sick and tired of restaurants. I just want a home-cooked meal. Text 7 W: Tony, can I ask you a personal question? M: About what? W: Well, I was wondering about how you are received here in China. M: What do you mean?
W: Well, since you are Chinese-Canadian and only speak English and French well, how do native Chinese treat you? M: Oh, well, sometimes it can get pretty difficult. When people find out that I’m a Canadian citizen who can’t speak Chinese well, they usually call me a banana. You know, yellow on the outside and white on the inside. W: How does that make you feel? M: Well, I first feel mad. Then I feel sad, for I’m seen as someone who has forgotten his roots. All this is because my parents left to find a better life, and I decided to return in order to find something I lost. Sometimes I’m not sure if I like what I’ve found. Text 8 M: Not a bad party last night. Lots of old faces from college were there. W: Really? M: Yeah. Sally was there with her husband. I’ve heard he’s something very high up and important in some business company. W: Yes, I’ve heard that, too. To tell you the truth, I never really expected her to marry anyone successful. She was always untidy, and didn’t like to work. M: Obviously, she’s changed her attitude to life. I mean, she was very smartly dressed, and she kept telling me all about how much money their new house had cost. W: Seriously? M: Yes, she was really proud of it. W: Well, she never used to be interested in money at all. M: By the way, Simon Fox was at the party. W: Was he? I haven’t seen him for ages. M: Naturally, he couldn’t stop asking me questions about you. W: I think he still thinks that we might get back together one day. M: Exactly. W: Well, not much chance of that. Text 9 W: Where’s the report I asked you to finish for today, Doug? M: I’m really sorry, Ms. Jenson, but it’s not quite ready. I’ll have it by tomorrow. W: That’ll be too late, Doug. It is needed at the board meeting this afternoon. You’ve been working on it for three weeks now. Why can’t you have your work done on time? M: I’ve just had a lot of other things to do, and I still haven’t caught up with the work I missed while I was on vacation. W: Well, I’m really tired of your excuses, Doug. Your work has been getting worse for the past several months. I’ve said a few things about it in the past, but nothing seems to help. M: I really am sorry. I know I’m not working up to my abilities. You’ll see a real improvement in my work from now on, Ms. Jenson. I can promise you that. W: I certainly hope so. I know you’re able to do much better than you’ve shown in the last few months. Text 10 Good morning, ladies and gentlemen. I’ve called this meeting to discuss our college’s
new campus, which is opening fully next year. We plan to move our students to the new place in groups, so please listen carefully. The Agriculture students won’t move at all. As you know, their new place was opened last year, and they are well placed for both labs and classroom space. The Arts students, however, are a different case. History students are all moving, but unfortunately, their teachers will be left in the old buildings, as their new offices are still being painted. Better news for the engineers. Your teachers, staff, and students are already moving to the new campus. A lab is in operation. The move for the engineers should be completed next week. The department of law has been moved downtown. We’re accepting suggestions for the ways school buildings could be used. So, if you have further doubts or questions, please let us know. Thank you.