虹口区 2013 学年度第一学期高三年级英语学科 期终教学质量监控测试卷
2014.1 考生注意: 1. 考试时间 120 分钟，试卷满分 150 分。 2. 本考试设试卷和答题纸两部分。试卷分为第Ⅰ卷（第 1—9 页）和第Ⅱ卷（第 10 页） ，全卷 共 10 页。第 I 卷第 1-16 小题、第 41-77 小题采用多项选择题形式，答题必须涂写在答题 纸相应位置，写
在试卷上无效。第 I 卷第 17-40 小题、第 78-81 小题的答案和第 II 卷的答 案必须写在答题纸相应位置，写在试卷上无效。 3．答题前，务必在答题纸上填写准考证号和姓名，并将核对后的条形码贴在指定位置上，在 答题纸反面清楚地填写姓名。
第 I 卷
(共 103 分)
I. Listening Comprehension Section A 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. Car seller. 2. A. He was busy eating. C. John was too busy to talk to anyone. 3. A. Informative. 4. A. Send leaflets. B. Difficult. B. Police officer. C. Detective. D. Reporter.
B. John was meeting the new guests. D. He didn?t notice who John was talking to. C. Funny. D. Dull. D. Visit a lawyer.
B. Do some gardening. C. Go sightseeing.
5. A. The lady?s room is a bit far. B. She has to sign her name before using the lady?s room. C. She is unable to use the lady?s room right now. D. He will lead her to the lady?s room. 6. A. They shouldn?t change the plan. C. She doesn?t believe the weather forecast. 7. A. There are not enough gardens. C. Parking areas are closed after 10:00. B. It is necessary to change the plan. D. She doesn?t think the game will last long. B. Parking areas are full before 10:00. D. All classes begin at 10:00.
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8. A. He lost his way. C. He received a traffic ticket. 9. A. Her doorbell doesn?t need repair. C. The man has just arrived on time. 10. A. He?s unable to finish his homework. C. He?s to remove the virus.
B. He worked very carefully. D. He drove in heavy traffic. B. She didn?t expect him to come so early. D. It is not the right time for her. B. He can?t give the woman his computer. D. He?s infected with some disease.
Section B Directions: In Section B, you will hear two short passages, and you will be asked three questions
on each of the passages. The passages 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. A motorist?s speeding. C. Her lack of driving experience. 12. A. Nervous and unsure of herself. C. Courageous and forceful. 13. A. More strict training of women drivers. B. Restrictions on cell phone use while driving. C. Improved traffic conditions in cities. D. Less traffic on street. Questions 14 through 16 are based on the following passage. 14. A. Possible feedback of the test. C. The instructions of conducting tests. 15. A. Higher. B. Lower. B. The test questions and answer choices. D. The score of each item of questions. C. Equal. D. Random. B. Her running into a stop sign. D. A motorist?s failure to concentrate. B. Calm and confident of herself. D. Depressed and reluctant.
16. A. The main limits of computerized test. B. The way to control the difficulty of each question. C. The whole process of having computerized test. D. The advantages and disadvantages of computerized test.
Section C Directions: In Section C, you will hear two longer conversations. The conversations will be read
twice. After you hear each conversation, you are required to fill in the numbered blanks with the information you have heard. Write your answers on your answer sheet. Blanks 17 through 20 are based on the following conversation.
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Complete the form. Name: Destination: Airlines: Flight Number: Class: Departure time: Airport:
Write ONE WORD for each answer.
Air Booking Information
Tom Ward Madrid China 17 Airlines NO. 18 19 class 9:00 a.m. 20 6th Shanghai Pudong International Airport
Blanks 21 through 24 are based on the following conversation. Complete the form. Write NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS for each answer. Why was Meg blamed for her hand-in date? Because she failed to 21 . What was the most important thing to Starbucks? success? P.F. Productions What kind of figure should be included? What did the professor advise Meg to do? The The 22 23 . . 24 .
He advised him to
II. Grammar and Vocabulary Section A
Directions: After reading the passages below, fill in the blanks to make the passages 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. (A) To be a successful speaker is no easy thing. It is essential for you to know why you are speaking and 25 you wish to accomplish by your speech. The four most common purposes of speech are to inform, to convince, to move to action, and to entertain. Do you, like a teacher or an expert in a field, wish to illustrate your ideas in detail to people unfamiliar with your subject 26 they can understand your ideas clearly and thoroughly? Or, like a debater, wish to convince the judges or the audience? Or, like a fund collector for a naturalist foundation, wish to get money? Or, like a comedian or after-dinner speaker, wish to entertain? The language and tone you use 28 30 27 be proper for your purpose, for your audience, and for the occasion. A speech to the graduating class will have quite different language, tone and manner from info rmation (deliver) to a group of your friends. 29 talented the speaker is, a talk without enough preparation is usually 31 (be) failure. To speak without preparing is to shoot without taking aim. Decide what your aim or Furthermore,
objective is; then state it in a complete topic sentence. Make sure that your subject definite and not too broad. zhucanqi (B)
DC Hilton was one of the first Americans to find out that there was money to be made in the middle of the night. 47 years ago he bought a small restaurant on US highway 69, in Oklahoma. His main customers were truck drivers and traveling salesmen who drank coffee and ate cheeseburgers
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when they stopped It was they
(break) their journey. first tried to persuade Hilton to remain open all night. 34 (think)
about it for a while, he suddenly made up his mind. He took the door key and threw it across the road. He hasn?t closed the door ever since. Over the years his simple burger caféhas been expanded all-night self-help laundry. Hilton was a pioneer in a 24-hour working trend, 36 has now caught on around the world. Today not only restaurants but also banks, supermarkets, mail-order firms, travel agencies and many other businesses are beginning to be open all night. But is this really a good thing? So far, a lot of research be sleeping 20% less than 37 38 (do) in America on the effect of 24-hour working, and there is did 100 years ago, and 55% claim to suffer at least occasionally 39 (bad) man-made disasters happened in the last few growing concern about the long-term dangers of a society that doesn?t sleep. Americans are said to from over-tiredness. Several of the 40 (stay) awake. 35 a 24-hour roadside empire, with a 100-seat restaurant, a petrol station, a mini shopping market, a car park for mobile homes and
hours before dawn, when even the most experienced night -worker has difficulty
Section B Directions: Complete the following passage by using the words in the box. Each word can only be
used once. Note that there is one word more than you need. A. scarcely B. relieve C. distinct D. contemporary G. composed H. intended I. convey J. especially E. contrasts F. memory K. unexpected
There is a tendency to think of each of the arts as a separate area of activity. Many artists, however, would prove that there has always been a warm relationship between the 41 areas of human activity. For example, in the late nineteenth century the connections between music and painting were 42 close. zhucanqi Artists were invited to design clothes and settings for operas and ballets, but sometimes it was the musicians who were inspired by the work of 43 painters. Of the musical compositions that were considered as responses to the visual arts, perhaps the most famous is Mussorgsky?s Pictures at an Exhibition. Mussorgsky 44 the piece in 1874 after the death, at the age of 39, of the artist Victor Hartmann. Though their friendship had not been a particularly long-lasting one, Mussorgsky was shocked by Hartmann?s 45 death. The following year the critic, Vladimir Stasov, who decided to hold an exhibition of Hartmann?s work, suggested that Mussorgsky try to 46 his grief by writing something in 47 of Hartmann. The exhibition served as Mussorgsky?s inspiration. The ten pieces that make up Pictures at an Exhibition are 48 as symbols rather than representations of the paintings in the exhibition. Between each is a promenade （舞曲中的行进）, as the composer walks from one painting to another. The music is sometimes witty and playful, sometimes almost alarming and frightening. Through a range of surprising 49 , Mussorgsky manages to 50 the spirit of the artist and his work.
III. Reading Comprehension
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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 term home schooling means educating children at home or in places other than a normal setting such as a public or private school. These days, homeschooling in America is 51 . Teaching methods at homeschooling 52 . Some parents follow a strict timetable and 53 a traditional school environment. Other parents follow an extreme form of homeschooling in which they do not give grades or tests and allow their children to study wherever they want. More parents, however, follow the middle 54 to provide a balance between freedom and discipline. Why do parents choose homeschooling? Some believe that children in public schools experience too much “peer pressure”, or social pressure from friends. They say it may have a 55 effect on the child?s studies. Other parents are dissatisfied with the quality of education in the public school. About half the parents who teach at home are 56 motivated and use lessons by mail or Internet from church schools. Whatever the 57 may be, it is evident that more and more children are being taken out of normal schools every year. 58 , many questions have emerged, encouraging the debate over home schooling against public schooling. What then is the future of education? Although children often learn well at home, weak regulations in most states mean that officials rarely challenge or 59 parents who say they are home-schooling. As the 60 continues, so do the questions about what home schoolers are studying at home. How can parents ensure that their children are prepared academically for college? How are home schoolers 61 to make sure they are getting the same educational standards that school students must have? Recent studies in the United States have shown that homeschooled children tend to be slightly better in subjects like English and art, but they are obviously less 62 math and science. Finally, there are questions regarding the children?s emotional development. Are they too 63 their fellow students? Are they 64 the opportunity to get the social benefits of being in a large classroom of students? As with any debatable issue, the answers to these questions are never 65 . 51. A. disappearing 52. A. vary 53. A. imitate 54. A. instructions 55. A. positive 56. A. economically 57. A. effects 58. A. As a result 59. A. encourage 60. A. appreciation 61. A. assessed 62. A. satisfied with 63. A. ignorant of 64. A. creating 65. A. acceptable B. reducing B. last B. alter B. path B.practical B. religiously B. suggestions B. On the whole B. interrupt B. opposition B. chosen B. involved in B. isolated from B. grasping B. informative C. contributing C. exist C. promote C. technique C. negative C. physically C. reasons C. By the way C. contact C. expectation C. compared C. skilled at C. connected with C. awaiting C. one-sided D. rising D. work D. neglect D. standard D. remarkable D. psychologically D. pressures D. In addition D. monitor D. debate D. classified D. sure of D. worried about D. losing D. practical
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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) “It seems likely that a caged elephant would miss the wilderness it was born into.” a six -year study revealed. British and Canadian scientists studied 4,500 elephants in European zoos and compared them with elephants living in the wild. They found that wild elephants are healthier, live longer and reproduce more than those elephants in zoos. When it comes to living in a zoo, “many species do well but elephants don?t,” said Georgia Mason, one of the researchers of the study. Many animals live longer in zoos than they do in the wild. This isn?t surprising when you consider that zoo animals are not threatened by predators (掠食者), always have plenty to eat, P.F. Productions and have professionals on hand to care for them. When it comes to elephants, however, the situation is different. The world?s largest land animals live much longer in the wild than they do in zoos. Female African elephants born in zoos live on average for 17 years, while those in the wild make it to 56. “So far,” says Mason, “We?ve got 300 African elephants in zoos in Europe, and not one?s yet reached 50.” Asian elephants are the more endangered of the two elephant species. They live for about 19 years in captivity (圈养) compared to 42 years in the wild. A few wild Asian elephants have even made it into their 70s. In Kenya, 30 to 50 percent of wild elephants reach 50 years of age. Fatness and stress are likely causes for the giant land animals? early death in captivity, Mason said. The researchers say that zoos do not offer enough space for animals that can travel as far as 48 kilometers a day. Too little exercise and too much food means captive elephants put on extra weight. The weight gain can lead to heart disease and other health problems. Being “caged” is bad for health, not only for elephants, but also for humans. Be careful not to become a “caged elephant”! 66. Many animals live longer in zoos owing to the following reasons EXCEPT that ________. A. they are far away from the danger of being eaten. B. they can be in a better mood there. C. they needn?t worry about their food at all. D. they are taken good care of. 67. Which of the following may probably result in the early death of elephants in zoos? A. Stress and lack of delicious food. B. Loneliness and little space for activities. C. Lack of delicious food and enough exercise. D. Being stressed and over weight. 68. What can be concluded from the passage? A. Zoos are not suitable for animals to live in. B. None of the animals live well in zoos due to lack of exercise. C. Compared with the elephants in zoos, wild elephants are healthier. D. Asian elephants can live longer than African elephants in zoos.
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69. What is the passage mainly about? A. The living conditions of animals in the world are worsening. B. Elephants can live a longer time in the wild than in zoos. C. All of us should take actions to protect wild elephants. D. The places where wild elephants live are being damaged seriously. (B)
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U.S. Families with a Laptop (Percentage)
100 80 60 40 20 0 White Black Asian Spanish 2008 2013
◇ French Slam? $4.29 French toast, two eggs any style, two pieces of bacon and two sausage links. ◇Sandwich with Salad or Soup $4.35 Chicken breast on bread. Served with your choice of garden salad, Caesar salad, vegetable beef or soup of the day. ◇The Classic Hamburger $4.99 Over 1/3 pound. Topped with tomato, red onions and cheese. ◇Chicken Fried Steak $5.09 A southern style! Golden fried and covered with French cheese. ◇The Super Bird? $5.49 Thin flat pieces of chicken breast with Swiss cheese, bacon and tomato on bread. ◇Chinese Chicken Salad $5.99 Chicken breast, mushrooms, green peppers, and onions. Topped with tomatoes and fried noodles. Served with bread.
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70. Which of the following is true of the membership card? A. Its number is 10865 305305. B. It gets the owner a discount when used. C. It is valid through the year of 2013. D. It belongs to Mr. E. M. Driscoll. 71. If one wants to attend a business lunch in London at 12:00, the latest train that he should take at Oxford leaves at ________. A. 09:48 B. 10:35 C. 11:15 D. 11:45 72. If you would like to have some vegetable beef, what may be your choice? A. French Slam?. B. Chicken Fried Steak. C. Sandwich with Salad or Soup. D. The Super Bird?. 73. The chart shows that from 2008 to 2013, ________. A. the percentage of the Spanish families with a laptop rose 60 points B. the percentage of the White families with a laptop remained unchanged C. the number of the Black families with a laptop was on the decrease D. the number of the Asian families with a laptop showed the sharpest increase (C) Women?s minds work differently from men?s. Psychologists view the subject either as a matter of failure or a joke. Now the biologists have moved into this field, and some of them have found that there are real differences between the brains of men and women. But being different, they point out hurriedly, is not the same as being better or worse. There is, however, a definite structural variation between the male and female brain. The difference is in a part of the brain that is used in the most complex intellectual processes—the link between the two halves of the brain. The two halves are linked by a trunkline (主干线) of between 200 and 300 million nerves, the corpus callosum. Scientists have found quite recently that the corpus callosum in women is always larger and probably richer in nerve fibres (纤维) than it is in men. This is the first time that a structural difference has been found between the brains of women and men and it must have some significance. The question is “What?”, and if this difference exists, are there others? Research shows that present-day women think differently and behave differently from men. Are some of these differences biological and inborn, a result of evolution? We tend to think that is the influence of society that produces these differences. But could we be wrong? Research showed that these two halves of the brain had different functions, and that the corpus callosum enabled them to work together. The better the connections, the more harmoniously the two halves work. Usually, women have the better connections. But it isn?t all that easy to explain the actual differences between the skills of men and women on this basis. In schools throughout the world girls tend to be better than boys at “language subjects” and boys better at math. If these differences correspond (相符合) with the differences in the trunkline, there is an unchangeable distinction between the sexes. We shan?t know for a while, partly because we don?t know of the exact relationship between abilities in school subjects and the functioning of the two halves of the brain. And we cannot understand how the two halves interact through the corpus callosum. But one thing is certain:
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nothing in our world is still—even scientific thought. 74. Which of the following statements is TRUE? A. Biologists are doing research where psychologists have given up. B. Brain differences point to advantage of one sex over the other. C. The structural difference in the brain between the sexes has long been known. D. The brain difference is the only difference between the sexes. 75. According to the passage, it is commonly believed that brain differences are caused by ________ factors. A. biological B. psychological C. physical B. school subjects D. learning habits D. social 76. The expression of “these differences” refers to those in ________. A. skills of men and women C. the brain structure of men and women 77. What is the main purpose of the passage? A. To discuss the various factors that cause brain differences. B. To explain the link between sex and brain structure. C. To suggest new areas in brain research. D. To indicate the many differences between the sexes.
Section C Directions: Read the following passage and then answer the questions or complete the statements
in the fewest possible words. You are what you eat and fats are a main food for Asia?s fast-food generation. Dr. Chwang, director of the Department of Food Nutrition, says children are consuming more meat and soft drinks. That is a thorough departure from the traditional diet of vegetables and rice and little meat. “They like big pieces of fried meat with a soft drink. So although they may eat the same volume of food, their calorie intake (卡路里摄入量) has increased. Now about 40 to 45 percent of their calories come from fat,” says Chwang. Although on the whole Asians tend towards thinness, Asians? hospitality（好客）is the first and foremost reason for the fatness of today?s generation, according to Chwang. “Asian people love food,” she says. “Eating and drinking are important social and family functions.” In the past, however, big meals were only hosted on special occasions as people were more careful with money. In today?s climate of wealth and remarkable consumption, 10-course meals are no longer reserved for significant occasions. Needless to say, that children are being spoilt by their parents is another cause of children?s overweight. More than anyone else, children are on the receiving end of their parents? improved circumstances. “In the past, people had four or more children —now, they have one or two, so they tend to spoil them,” says Chwang. “The easiest way is to give them ?quality food?. Parents think feeding them well is showing their love. They feel bad when their children look thin.” When describing the physical condition of most overweight Asian children, Chwang says: “There is a clear relationship between fatness and indoor play children spend too much time on. Children get fat because they don?t move, and eventually, they don?t want to move because they?re
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fat. Thanks to technology, a growing army of children prefer video games to old outdoor sports. “What do children do when watching TV or sitting in front of the computer playing video games? They eat chocolate and drink Coke,” P.F. Productions says Chwang. (Note: Answer the questions or complete the statements in NO MORE THAN EIGHT WORDS.) 78. Despite the same volume of food, children take in more calories due to ________. 79. Thanks to ________, big meals nowadays are no longer enjoyed on special occasions. 80. Why do some parents feel bad when their children look thin? 81. According to Dr. Chwang, what are the three factors causing Asian children?s overweight today?
第 II 卷 （共 47 分）
I. Translation Directions: Translate the following sentences into English, using the words given in the
brackets. 1．今年国庆节我和妈妈参观了新建的植物园。(visit) 2．你认为这学期究竟谁在物理学习上进步最大？(on earth) 3．人们从来没有像今天这样如此关注食品安全问题。(Never…) 4．谈到这件事，一旦公诸于众，迟早会被搬上银幕。(once) 5．在毕业典礼上，尽管阴雨绵绵，但参加演出的同学仍完美展现了他们的合作与自信。 (demonstrate)
II. Guided writing Directions: Write an English composition in 120-150 words according to the instructions given
below in Chinese. 简要描述图片内容；结合生活实际，就图片的主题谈谈自己的感想。
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Tapescripts and Answers
I. Listening Comprehension Section A
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. M: Yes, madam. What seems to be the problem? W: I?d like to report a robbery. It?s my car. It?s been stolen. Q: What?s probably the man?s occupation? 2. W: Did you notice who John was talking to at the party? M: I was too busy greeting all the guests. Q: What does the man imply? 3. W: Don?t you think his talk was boring? M: No, not at all. He gave us plenty of data. Q: What does the man think of the talk? 4. W: Where shall we go today then? M: Shall we try the Royal Garden recommended in the leaflet? Q: What will the two speakers do next? 5. W: Is there a lady?s room around here? M: There is. But unlucky for you. It has a big “out of use” sign on it. Q: What does the man mean? 6. M: You know, if the weather is still this hot tomorrow, we had better drop the plan of playing basketball in the afternoon. W: Oh, I?ve got the feeling it won?t last. The weather forecast expects it to cool down later today. Q: What does the woman imply? 7. M: It?s impossible to find a place to park before the class at 10:00. W: Yeah, we seem to need more parking areas here. Q: What can we learn from the conversation? 8. W: I thought you were going to drive carefully so you wouldn?t get a traffic ticket. M: I was, but it didn?t work out that way. Q: What can we learn about the man? 9. M: I have come to repair your doorbell. W: You should have come earlier. I?m just going out. Q: What does the woman mean? 10. W: Have you completed your assignment? M: My computer is infected with a virus. Q: What does the man imply?
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Section B Directions: In Section B, you will hear two short passages, and you will be asked three questions on each of the passages. The passages 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. Patricia Pania never wanted to be a public figure. All she wanted to be was a mother and homemaker. But her life was turned upside down when a motorist, lost his concentration due to his cell phone, ran down a stop sign and crashed into the side of her car. The impact killed her 2-year-old daughter. Four months later, Pania decided to try to educate the public and to fight for laws to ban drivers from using cell phones while a car is moving. She wanted to save other children. In her first speech, Pania got off to a difficult start. She was visibly trembling and her voice was soft and uncertain. But as she got into her speech, a dramatic change took place. She stopped shaking and spoke with a strong voice. For the rest of her talk, she was a forceful speaker. She wanted everyone to know what she knew. The audience were moved to tears and to action. In the following presentations, Pania gained reputation as a highly effective speaker. Her appearance on a talk show was broadcast three times. Her campaign increased public awareness of the problem, and over 300 cities are considering restriction on cell phone use. 11. What led to Pania?s personal tragedy? 12. How did Pania feel when she began her first speech? 13. What could be expected as a result of Pania?s efforts? Questions 14 through 16 are based on the following passage. The latest reform in testing is the computerized test. Test questions and answer choices are presented on the screen. Before the actual test begins, there usually is an instruction showing how to use the computer to respond to the questions. Scores are displayed on the screen at the end of the test so that a student can have an immediate feedback. Some computerized tests are “adaptive”. This means that a test question is selected from a large pool of items based on how the test taker has responded to the previous question. The first question presented is of medium difficulty. If the test taker answers correctly, the next item will be more difficult. If he or she answers incorrectly, the next question will be easier. The computer classifies questions by level of difficulty and other factors before presentation. In this way, the questions are “adapted” to find the true skill level of the test taker. Among all the conveniences of computerized testing, there are some limits. No longer can you have a quick look at the entire test. Test items are presented one at a time, and you must choose an answer in order to move on to the next question. On adaptive tests, once you have confirmed your answer, you cannot go back to change it. 14. What will the students see first on the screen when starting the computerized test? 15. In the adaptive computerized test, if a student?s answer to a question is wrong, what will the difficulty of the next item be? 16. What is the passage mainly about?
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Section C Directions: In Section C, you will hear two longer conversations. The conversations
will be read twice. After you hear each conversation, you are required to fill in the numbered blanks with the information you have heard. Write your answers on your answer sheet.
Blanks 17 through 20 are based on the following conversation. W: Good morning, sir. How can I help you？ M: I?d like to inquire about flights to Madrid. Are there any flights next Saturday？ W: Let me check. Here we are. There is a morning flight on China Eastern Airlines. Are you traveling alone, sir? M: Yes, I am. What time does the flight leave? W: It leaves at 9: 00 a. m. How would you like to fly? Economy, business class or first class？ M: Business class, please. W: What?s your name？ M: Tom Ward. W: OK, Mr. Ward. Your Flight Number is 55(double 5) 2, which is leaving at Shanghai Pudong International Airport at 9:00 a.m. next Saturday, the 6th of October. Please be sure to check in two hours in advance. M: Thank you. Complete the form. Write ONE WORD for each answer.
Blanks 21 through 24 are based on the following conversation: W: Professor Hopkins. May I have a word with you? M: Sure, Meg. What?s up? W: I got a C for my report. I am wondering what I have done wrong. You know I have put much time and energy to the report. M: Well, Meg. I?m afraid you didn?t meet the deadline. The due day is September 3rd. You are two days late to hand in the report. W: Yes, Professor. I am sorry about that. M: And this report is about the success of the Starbucks Coffee. In your report, you have mentioned the company?s management, selections of stores and service. But I am surprised that you didn?t mention anything about its coffee. It?s a coffee shop, Meg. Isn?t the taste of its coffee the most important thing to its success? W: Yeah, I guess I left it out. M: And figures are important too. You also need to add an actual figure such as the monthly sales. W: You are quite right professor. M: And you?d better write the report again by doing more research and looking for figures. W: Are you giving me another chance, professor? M: Seems like I am. Complete the form. Write NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS for each answer.
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第 I 卷(103 分) 第一大题第 1 至第 10 小题，每题 1 分；第 11 至第 16 小题，每题 2 分；第 17 至第 24 小题，每题 1 分。共 30 分。
1. B 6. A 11. D 17. Eastern 21. meet the deadline 2. D 7. B 12. A 18. 552 22. taste of coffee 3. A 8. C 13.B 4. C 9. D 14.C 19. Business 23. monthly sales 5. C 10. A 15. B 20. October 24. rewrite the report 16. D
听力评分标准 1．17-24 题，每小题 1 分。 2．17、18、19、20 题，每拼错/漏写/误写一个单词扣 1 分。 （17、20 题必须大写，小写扣 0.5 分） 3．21、22、23、24 题，每拼错/漏写/误写一个单词扣 0.5 分。
第二大题，每小题 1 分。共 26 分。
25. what 30. a 35. into 40. staying 41. C 46. B 42. J 47.F 43.D 48.H 44.G 49. E 45. K 50. I 26. so that 31. is 36. which 27. must 32. to break 28. delivered 33. who/that 29. however 34.Having thought 39. worst
37. has been done 38. they
第三大题，共 47 分。 Section A 每小题 1 分，共 15 分。
51. D 56. B 61.A 52. A 57.C 62. C 53. A 58. A 63. B 54. B 59. D 64. D 55. C 60. D 65.C
Section B 每小题 2 分，共 24 分。
(A) 66. B 67. D 68.C
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(B) 70. B (C) 74. A
71. B 75. D
72. C 76. A
73. D 77. B
Section C 每小题 2 分，共 8 分。
78. big pieces of fried meat with a soft drink 79. climate of wealth and remarkable consumption 80. Because they think they can?t show their love. 81. Hospitality, children?s being spoilt and much indoor play.
第 II 卷（47 分） I. 翻译 共 22 分。
1. My mother and I visited the newly-built botanic garden on National Day this year. 2. Who on earth do you think has made the greatest progress in physics this term? 3. Never before have people paid so much attention to the issue of food safety as they do today. 4. Talking of the incident, once (it is) open/disclosed to the public, it will be made into a film sooner or later. 5. At the graduation ceremony, despite the continuous rain, the students who took part in the performance still demonstrated their cooperation and self-confidence perfectly.
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