唐山市 2014-2015 学年度高三年级第一次模拟考试 英语试题参考答案
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Time spending in England is so memorable that I will treasure it forever. spent
One possible version As a tour guide of an international travel agency, I find it so embarrassing to see many Chinese tourists behave badly abroad. They speak loudly in public places, carve characters on tourist attractions, throw rubbish, spit everywhere, and even cross the road when the traffic lights are still red. Such bad behavior overseas has caused damage to the country’s reputation. Measures should be taken to stop this. First, before going abroad, tourists should be trained to obey social and public order, and respect local religions and customs. Besides, kindergartens and primary schools should do more to teach the kids to be responsible citizens. Last, laws should be made to punish those who behave badly in public places. I hope soon tourists overseas will change their behavior and win respect for themselves and our country.
第一节 Text 1 W: Excuse me, is your telephone number 206510? M: Not really, but just change the last zero to 2. Text 2 M: Hello, this is Tom Bruce in Room 303. I have a flight to New York tomorrow morning. Can you give me a call at 5:30 a.m.? W: Sure, sir. M: Thank you very much. Text 3 W: You look pale. What’s the matter? M: Last night I had just fallen asleep when there was a hard knock at the door. W: What on earth happened? M: My new neighbour wanted to borrow some candles. After that, there was a fire alarm. So I couldn’t sleep any more. Text 4 W: Have you bought WarCraft 2 yet? M: Yeah! I bought it the day it came out. W: How do you like it? M:There are a lot of new characters. And I’ve never heard such good sound in a game. I can’t tear myself from it. Text 5 W: Excuse me. M: Yes? Is there something wrong? W: I’m afraid you’ve made a mistake. This isn’t what I ordered. M: Sorry. I’ll check it.
第二节 Text 6 W: Dan, is there a convenience store on 5th street?
M: I’m afraid not. The closest one is on 3rd street, but that’s probably closed now. W: I really need to buy something before I leave. M: Well, you could go down to 22nd street. A lot of stores there are open 24 hours a day. W: Too far for me to walk there. Can I take the subway? M: Yes, but that’ll take about half an hour. You should just take a cab. W: Won’t that be expensive? M: No, from here I think it’s only about 5 dollars. W:Thank you. Text 7 W: Ladies and gentlemen, we are flying to San Francisco. M: Excuse me, Miss! W: Yes, sir! What’s wrong? M: It’s terrible! W: Are you feeling airsick? M: No, I’ve just realized I don’t have my travel bag with me. W: Don’t worry, Sir. Can you tell me what your bag is like? M: A small blue one made of leather, with my name and address on it, a brown basketball toy tied to the belt and my black wallet’s inside it. W: Can you remember where you last saw it? M: Let me see... Oh, I must have left it by your airline counter at the airport when I registered my luggage. W: I will contact the workers at the airport and see if it is still there. M: Thank you for your help. W: You’re welcome! Text 8 M: Rosie. I’ve got something to tell you. W: What is it? M: Well, I’ve made a decision. I’m going to leave the hospital. W: Leave? What do you mean? M: I’m bored with it. I want to do something different. W: I see. How long have you been in hospital? For two years? M: No, I’ve been here for 6 years, and I’ve been in Brighton for 7 years. I want a change. W: You’re leaving Brighton! But why? What are you going to do? M: I’m going to Africa. I’ve got a job as a doctor with a volunteer organization. They want me to go to Nigeria. W: What? You’re joking! M: Look, I didn’t tell you before because nothing was certain. But I got a formal offer this morning. Rosie, I will miss you very much, and I don’t want to end our relationship. But I want to see the world. You do understand, don’t you? W: Oh, yes, I understand! M: I’m really sorry, Rosie. Text 9 W: I’m not feeling very well, doctor. M: What’s the problem?
W: I often have a headache, and I haven’t slept well for several weeks. I’ve also lost my appetite. M: Mm, you do look rather pale. First, let me take your temperature. Then I’ll take your blood pressure. Do you feel weak? W: Yes, I seem to have no enough energy to do anything. M: Mm, do you feel huge pressure from work? W: Yeah. Every morning I rush to work without breakfast and stay up doing extra work. M: Just as I thought, you’re suffering from sub-health. W: Gosh! Sub-health? Is that serious? What should I do? M: Take it easy. You’d better take exercise regularly, and keep a balanced diet. And above all, you should have a light heart. W: Ok, I will. Should I take some medicine? M: Yes. Take this medicine three times a day and come to see me again in two days, that is, Thursday morning. W: Thank you. Text 10 Millions of New Yorkers and visitors ride the city’s subway each day. The public transportation system offers more than just a trip, however. It also has one of the most public art collections in the world. Some people call it New York’s “underground art museum.” It includes 265 works of art. They are meant to brighten everyone’s ride around the city. There is the huge painting of the night sky on the ceiling of Grand Central Terminal. New Yorkers have been looking up at that artwork for 100 years. For the past 30 years, works that relate to city life around a train station have been made. There are small, rounded, metal creatures at Atlantic Ocean. Native plants and flowers can be found in a garden scene in Brooklyn. Many riders praise the underground art. Tonya Pierre says, “I think it’s nice when you see these kinds of attractive things in places like the subway stations that seem a little bit dull. Even on cloudy winter days, the works in New York’s underground art museum can also bring life into the dark passages.”