上海中学生英文报高考版 11 月刊答案及听力录音
A1 新闻 词义猜测 ABB 翻译 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 给国民渴望阅读文学作品的动力 努力谋生 许多人在手机上玩游戏，或读流行书和商业书。相比之下，在西方国家，乘客们都在地铁上读书。 应试教育 电子阅读对传统的阅读方式有很深的影响。 激发某方面的意识 充分发挥文学作品在社会进步中的作用
A4 悦读 I. BAB II. BAB III. 1. The badminton player did not do a goo job in the preliminary test, which disqualified her to move onto the finals. 2. Looking at the old, yellow photo, she felt as if she had gone back to the days when she was a girl. 3. He still kept on hard training, even though he knew he couldn?t be able to go back to the sports field as he used to. 4. Small as it seems, the balloon is as big as a watermelon when fully inflated. IV. 略
B1-2 听力 模拟训练（一）答案 Listening Comprehension 1-10. ABDCA ACCDA 11-13. CDA 17. extend 18. 2305 19. booked 14-16. BCD 20. check
21. Labor Day (celebrations) 23. 3 days 听力录音文字
22. New Zealand
24 On the Internet
Section A Short conversations 1. M: OK, dessert. I need an ice cream. How about you? W: No, thank you. I am a little full. Q: Where does this conversation most probably take place? 2. W: Give me two tickets for tonight's show please. Here's a 10-dollar bill. M: Sure. Two tickets and here's＄2 change. Q: How much does one ticket cost? 3. W: I heard Marilyn's going to college. What's she studying? M: She's taking courses in mathematics, economics, and accounting. Q: What does Marilyn probably want to be? 4. W: Hi, Bob. I'm glad you could come to the party this evening. But where's Jane? M: She sends her apologies. She has a big exam tomorrow and wants to be sure she's ready for it. Q: What's Jane doing this evening? 5. M: I wish I had seen the play at the Little Theatre. W: Well, if I had known that, I would have given you my ticket.
Q: What do we know from the conversation? 6. W: Look at this note from the landlord. M: What? We can't afford another twenty dollars a month. Q: What are the speakers talking about? 7. M: How did your interview go? W: I couldn't feel better about it. The questions were very fair and I seemed to find answers for all of them. Q: How did the woman feel about the interview? 8. M: Have we received responses from everybody we invited? W: Only Tina can't come. Q: What does the woman mean? 9. W: My brother Bob is getting married in California and I can't decide whether to go. M: It's a long trip, but I think you'll have a good time. Q: What does the man imply? 10. M: You look awful. Did you walk all the way from the bus stop in such weather? W: Yes, but it didn't rain when school was over, so I left my umbrella in the classroom. Q: Why does the woman look awful?
Section B Passages Questions 11 through 13 are based on the following passage. Good evening, ladies and gentlemen. I'm very happy to see that so many of you have been able to come this evening in spite of the weather. I know our speaker will have plenty to say that will be interesting to you all. Dr. Jane Wilson, whom we are pleased to have with us, has devoted several years to the study of present-day art in Italy, in particular during her four years of lecturing in the University of Milan. She has travelled widely in Britain, France and Italy, gathering material for the book she's now preparing for publication. She is an expert photographer and has prepared many photos that will be used to help understand this lecture.
Dr. Wilson will be speaking this evening on the main influences of some major 19th century paintings on present-day art in Italy, and we are all looking forward to hearing about a subject which I at least know little, but like all of us here, would like to know much more. Now without further delay, let's welcome Dr. Wilson. Questions: 11. Where is the speaker? 12. What is Dr. Wilson busy doing presently? 13. What can be expected in Dr. Wilson's talk?
Questions 14 through 16 are based on the following passage The most important use of drifting bottles is to find ocean currents. When the position and direction of currents are known, ships can use the forward movement of a current or stay away from currents that would carry them off their course. Benjamin Franklin was one of the first to use bottles in the study of currents. He wondered why British mail ships needed a week or two longer than U.S. ships needed in order to cross the Atlantic Ocean. Franklin thought the Gulf Stream might explain this difference. Franklin talked with U.S. captains. He found that they knew each turn of the Gulf Stream. They used the current in every possible way. From his talks with the U.S. sea captains, Franklin made his first map of the Gulf Stream. Then he checked his map by using some bottles. The map that he finally made is still used, with only a few changes, today. Questions: 14. Why are drifting bottles used? 15. What led Franklin to talk with US sea captains? 16. What did Franklin do in order to make an accurate map?
Section C Longer Conversations Blanks 17 through 20 are based on the following conversation. M: Good afternoon, Madam. May I help you? W: Yes, I have been in the hotel for the past week and I must check out tomorrow, but I'd like to extend my stay by two or three days.
M: I see, madam. May I have your name and room number, please? W: It's Julia and I've been in Room 2305. M: Just a moment, please. I'll check. I'm afraid our hotel is fully booked for next week, but maybe someone will cancel. Could you check it at 9 a.m. tomorrow? W: Well, is there any chance of getting it? If it is not available, I'll make other arrangement. M: I am afraid that I can't tell you at the moment, Madam. W: That's all right, thanks.
Blanks 21 through 24 are based on the following conversation. M: Come read this. W: What's it about? M: Labor Day celebrations in different countries. W: Sounds interesting. What does it say? M: (Reading…) Different countries or even different parts of a country celebrate Labor Day on different days. Most countries, China and Germany for example, celebrate it on May 1, known as May Day. But in the United States and Canada, Labor Day has been celebrated on the first Monday of September since the 1880s. In New Zealand, Labor Day is celebrated on the fourth Monday of October. In Australia, it falls on October 1 in the Australian Capital Territory… W: Wow, seems a bit confusing. You know, our Chinese May Day holiday is just a few days away. M: Yeah, pity we don't have the Golden Week this year, only one day plus the weekend. W: I agree. What can we do in three days? It won't be enough for us to go to the seaside. M: We can go somewhere nearer, though. Somewhere beautiful and not crowded. W: Do you have some place in mind? M: Not yet. Why don't we log onto the Internet and search for a great place to go? W: Good idea. Let's do it right now. 听力模拟训练（二）答案
1. C 11. C
2. A 12. B
3. B 13. A
4. B 14. B
5. A 15. C
6. A 16. B
19. 8.59 23. next month
21. rent an apartment22. a bus line 24. central air conditioning 听力录音文字 Listening Comprehension Section A Short conversations
1. W: Oh, no. It?s five o?clock already and I haven?t finished writing the report. M: Don?t worry. That clock is half an hour fast. You still have time to do it. Q: When does this conversation take place? 2. M: Do you live very far from your work? W: The distance is about 10 miles. But it doesn?t seem that far. The road is good and there?s not much traffic. Q: What can we learn from the woman?s reply? 3. W: Excuse me. I want some dictionaries. Where can I find them? M: The regular-priced ones are here. And on that shelf in the corner of the room, we have some on discount. Q: Where does this conversation most probably take place? 4. M: Could you change this bill into one 50-dollar bill, and five 10-dollar bills please? W: Sure. Fifty, sixty, seventy, eighty, ninety, one hundred. Here you are. Q: What is the conversation about? 5. W: Mr. Johnson, I wonder whether it?s possible for me to take a vacation early next month. M: Did you fill out a request form? Q: What?s the probable relationship between the two speakers? 6. M: It seems I can?t organize the ideas for this essay.
W: Haven?t you thought about writing an outline? Q: What does the woman mean? 7. W: You should see the new movie. They are going to continue the movie for another two weeks. M: Mm…Normally I wouldn?t, but as you recommended it so strongly… Q: What is the man?s usual attitude towards films? 8. M: Could you please pass me that book? W: What? I can hardly hear you. Q: What will the man most probably do next? 9. W: I?m so tired of driving to work every day. The traffic is so bad these days. Also the bus, every time I pass it, it?s packed. M: I think you can ride a bike to work. It?s not very far to the office from your place after all, and cycling?s good for your health. Q: How does the woman go to work these days? 10. M: James wants to apply for the job, but he is really not qualified, I?m afraid. W: That?s a pity. But he seems so bright. Don?t you think we can train him? Q: Why might the applicant receive on-the-job training?
Section B Questions 11 through 13 are based on the following report. An orphan in Chongqing born with six fingers on his right hand is determined to rely on himself to save up for his surgery by collecting and selling used bottles, Yangcheng Evening News reported. Wan Chenchen, 13, whose parents passed away years ago, lives with his grandmother. The two support themselves by collecting and selling paper boards and used plastic bottles. “When the day goes well and we sell enough bottles, I buy eggs and cook rice with eggs for Chenchen,” Wan Chenchen?s grandmother said. Chenchen would occasionally bring food saved from his lunch in the school for his grandmother.
Chenchen is shorter and smaller than other children of his age because of poor nutrition. He refused many donations as he?s determined to save on his own for the 8,000 yuan needed for the operation. “To gain dignity, I have to depend on myself,” Chenchen said. He will have to collect more than 100,000 bottles, at about 0.05 yuan per bottle, to pay for the surgery. Chenchen has so far saved 400 yuan. Questions: 11. How does Wan Chenchen and his grandmother make a living? 12. Why does Wan Chenchen refuse many donations? 13. Which of the words can best describe Wan Chenchen?
Questions 14 through 16 are based on the following passage. How do you usually travel? Do you go with a close friend or a group of friends? Do you join a tour group? Do you travel with your family? Have you ever imagined travelling alone? In the mid 1990s, it was estimated that 9 million Americans were planning a summer vacation alone. Since then, the number of single travelers has increased. You may think that travelling alone would be scary or boring. Well, according to people who do it, that?s not exactly true. Single travelers often have positive experiences: they make new friends, get to know themselves better, and can make their own schedules. There are many different things you can do on a vacation alone. Some single travelers use the time to learn or practice a sport such as golf, mountain climbing, or surfing. Others go and stay on a farm and learn how to ride a horse. You can pretend to be a cowboy or a cowgirl for a day! You may not believe this, but some travelers like to study on their vacation. They even go to “vacation college” at a university or join a research team as a volunteer worker. It?s hard but satisfying work. You can “play scientist” for a week or two while you help someone with their project. For single travelers of different ages and sexes, there are many travel choices. There are tours for women only and for people over the age of 60. And, of course, there are trips for singles who are looking for romance. One company offers trips that focus on fine dining—there is time for sightseeing during the day and for sharing a delicious meal with new friends at night. The next time you take a trip somewhere, why don?t you consider going alone? Have a pleasant journey!
Questions: 14. Which is not an advantage for single travelers according to the passage? 15. What do some travelers do when they go alone according to the passage? 16. What does the passage mainly want to assure us?
Section C Blanks 17 through 20 are based on the following conversation. W: Hello, this is Cambridge Theatre, booking office. M: Hello, I wonder if you have got any tickets for Mamma Mia for this Saturday evening? W: Which performance? 5:00 p.m. or 8:30 p.m.? M: 8:30 p.m., please. W: OK, let me check. Sorry, that performance is just sold out. M: Well, have you got any tickets for the 5:00 p.m. performance? W: Yes, we have tickets at 8 pounds 59 pence, 10 pounds 80 pence and 12 pounds. M: I?d like to reserve two seats at 8 pounds 59 pence, please. W: Right. That?s two tickets at 8 pounds 59 pence, Saturday, 5:00 p.m. performance. What?s the name, please? M: Henry Thatcher. W: Thatcher. Is that T-H-A-T-C-H-E-R? M: That?s right. W: Thank you. You?ll collect the tickets one day in advance, won?t you? M: Yes, of course. W: By the way, it?s better to collect your tickets before 4:30 p.m.. M: No problem. Thank you. Goodbye.
Blanks 21 through 24 are based on the following conversation. M: Good morning, my name is Tony Smith. W: Good morning, Mr. Smith. I?m Barbara Hanks. Do you need my help? M: Yeah, Ms. Hanks. I need an apartment for one year. Could you show me…? W: Oh, I see. In order to match your needs better, I would like to ask you a few questions before I show you what we have available. First, what price range are you interested in? M: Somewhere around 450 dollars a month. W: I see. Did you have a specific location in mind? M: Well, I?d like to live somewhere near the university or at least on a bus line. W: And when would you like to move in? M: On the first day of next month. W: All right. Are there any other requirements you would like to have? For example, a dishwasher, access to the Internet, or central air conditioning? M: I would definitely like to have access to the Internet, and with summers like these, central air conditioning is also a must! Hmm…a dishwasher is not that important. Oh, yes, and two bathrooms would be nice. W: OK. Here are photos of the apartments we have available which fit your preferences. M: Thanks. This one on Broadway Avenue looks nice. I would like to see that one. And the one on Main Street. W: Sure. Let me get the keys and we will go look at them. If you choose to rent one of them, we will need a damage deposit of $ 250. M: That?s no problem. W: And you can sign a contract today, if you like. M: Great! Thank you.
B3-4 语法 专项练习 1-5 DCBBB 6-10 ACCAB 11-15 DCCAB 16-20 DDADB
21-25 DBACA 41-45 ABCCB 综合练习 1-5 DADAB
26-30 DDACC 46-50 CABAC
B5 词汇 I. 1. frustration 2. decline 3. originated II. (A) 1-5 DFAGB (B) 1-5 CFHEG 6-9 HCJE 6-9 BJIA 4. contributor 5. satisfied
B6 完形填空 学业水平考题型（2012 年学业水平考真题） 28. B 29. A 30. C 31. A 32. C 33. A 34. B 35. D 36. B 37. D 秋季高考题型 (A) 1-5 ACBDB (B) DBCBB 6-10 ACBDA BCABB 11-15 BCDBA
B7-9 阅读理解 Section One: First Reading: CA Second Reading: 1. BCCDA 2. FTFFFT
Third reading: 1. (possible version) 1) to teach our children how to realistically assess their own abilities 2) view ourselves as above average 3) how bad they are 4) least competent at a given task 5) rate our performance most generously 6) lack insight into 7) monitor how well they are performing 8) get better at the activity itself 9) make honest comparisons with others 10) recognize excellence 11) compare what we do 12) seek out feedback 13) find a critic 14) how poorly you?re doing 15) you?re doing wrong 16) when and where you screwed up 2. (possible version) 1) 2) 3) 4) 我们忘了教会他们如何实际地衡量自己的能力。 参加毕业典礼的父母们，以及网络上所有的其他家长都对 McCullough 刺激自信的激烈言论有意见。 我们往往正是在自己最不擅长的领域里给自己的表现最宽容。 尽管他们的成绩仅仅处于后 12%，他们却认为自己处于 62%。
Section Two: Read and Think 1. BEDAF 2. (possible version) 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) get full exposure taking tests, exploring schools and majors and writing essays the fast pace of classroom and the challenging requirement With a prior understanding of cultural norms, terms, and habits. Not all the students can handle things on their own.
Section Three: Language Acquisition Part One: Words and expressions to learn 1. defabc 2. 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) He is so careful as not to say anything ambiguous. The very poor are at the bottom of the heap in society. She has the perfect credentials for the job. The song never failed to elevate his spirits. Crime is sometimes engendered by poverty. I've never heard anyone so inept at making speeches.
Part Two: Sentences to break
比如说，在发表于《医学教育》期刊上的一个 2006 年的研究中，在论文考试中获得最低分的医学专 业学生们在自我评价中对自己最宽容，而高分学生则对自己的评价远远严格得多。
Section Four: Fast Reading (A) 1)-3) CDA (B) 4)-7) DBAC (C) 8)-13) CBDABA
B10 翻译 一、根据汉语完成句子。 1. forgot to say good night to my parents 2. to point out his mistakes 3. To tell the truth / To be honest 4. Is it true that 5. rather than eat in the restaurant 6. who never gives himself up 7. In order to realize / achieve your dream / In order to make your dream come true 8. What a waste of time 9. It was because of the terrible weather 10. was caught in the rain
11. of my own 12. is related to 13. Students should be warned 14. who laughs last 15. There is no need 16. have lost interest in 17. slept until so late 18. does you a lot of good 19. Only by being modest / Only if you are modest 20. vary from person to person / depend on the individual 二、将下列句子翻译成中文。 （括号内所给词为动词） 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. It is hard to believe that a new born lion weighs only as much as a puppy. A lack of cooperation cost them a golden chance. He hesitated to tell his parents the truth for fear of being scolded. Our maths teacher speaks with an accent, and we have difficulty following him. He forgot to inform the League members to write about how they feel after seeing the movie. Teachers? old teaching methods / approaches keep the students from thinking actively. What he had said left us amazed. The students are looking forward to representing the school to take part in the sports meet. None of the staff in the company minds working extra hours at the weekend. I always mistake Cola for wine.
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.
It was in university that he developed the habit of staying up late. Nobody but idiots would believe what you said. Either go to sleep or do your homework, but don?t sit there while doing nothing. Our class basketball team is strong enough to beat any other classes. Seldom does he smoke after the operation. You should do more physical exercises, otherwise you will gain more weight. It is widely believed that buying a car is not expensive, but running a car is. It is said that China will its female astronauts before long. It is said that his rest of life was spent in France.
10. It has been just four decades since the computer was invented.
(括号内所给词为名词) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. The manager made an apology to the customer because of one of his employees? mistake. This plant could survive under harsh conditions. It was with the power of science and technology that we gained the victory of the battle against that disease. She made some pocket money by means of selling newspapers. The lack of sleep is one of the main causes of a traffic accident. He lost his temper when he was misunderstood again. He used to have a habit of keeping the light on and the windows shut while sleeping. According to the analysis by psychologists, some things appearing in one?s dream are signs of certain diseases. 9. The computer has had the great impact on the world since its appearance.
10. In western countries, most of people ride a bicycle with the purpose of getting some exercise. 11. He couldn?t make a decision whether to admit his mistake to the teacher or cover the truth.
12. If you could stick it out/hold on to it, your dream to be an astronaut is not unreachable. B11-13 模拟测试 高三月考模拟卷（四）答案 1—5 CDAAC 6—10 BDACC 11—16 ABBABC 17. volunteers 18. raise 19. playground 20. 1:50 21. educational programs 22. industrial wastes 23. how fish supplies 24. lower the temperature 25—29 CABDA 30—34 DABBB 35—40 CBBCAB 41. B 42. C 43. H 44. J 45. F 46. G 47. E 48. A 49. D 50—54 BDADA 55—59 BCBCA 60—64 CDBCA 65—68 DCCB 69—71CCB 72—75 CABB 76—80 CBEAD 81. Geniuses think productively 82. How many different ways can I look at it? 83. end up doing something else. 84. immense productivity. 1． Please give my best regard to your family. 2. Many young people keep spending money in pursuing the latest mobile phones. 3. A person who will give up when meeting with difficulties will never succeed. 4. When you are in a bad mood, you will be free from worry if you think of something nice. 5.. Children should experience success and failure, and it is a kind of wealth for them. 听力录音文字 I. Listening Comprehension Section A 1. W: Doctor, I have a running nose. M: Let me see. Nothing serious. Take one of these pills every six hours. Q: How many pills the woman take every day?
2. W: Good evening, sir. May I take your order? M: I?m still waiting for some friends. Q: What ?s the woman? 3. W: Is it convenient for you to accept the interview on Wednesday morning or would afternoon be better? M: Either time is all right? Q: What are the two speaker doing? 4. W: Simon entered Boston University in 2005 and one year later was sent to study in London as an exchange student. M: I knew he found a job in a leading software company in San Francisco after he graduated. Q: Where is Simon working after graduation? 5.W: I guess I?ll send Mary a postcard from Hawaii when I go there on my vacation. M: I?m sure that she?d be glad to get one. She has a collection of cards from all over the world. Q: what do we learn about Mary? 6.W: You can buy this one, which is a demonstrator or we can order one for you and have it here in six weeks. M: I would prefer a new car, even though the demonstrator is less expensive. Q: What is a demonstrator? 7. M: If you had signaled your intention to turn a little sooner, this wouldn?t have happened! W: But I signaled in time! Just look at the mess you?ve made of my car! You were driving carelessly and your speed was above the limit! You?re the one who?s to blame! Q: What are they talking about? 8. W: I really can?t stand the way Harry dominates the conversation all the time. If he?s going to be at the party, I just won?t come. M: I?m sorry you feel that way, but my wife insists that he come. Q: why is Harry being invited to the party? 9.W: Have Todd and Lisa Taylor started a family yet? They?ve been married for two years now. M: Todd indicated to me that they?d postpone having children until he gets his law degree. Q: How do the Tailors feel about children? 10. M: I thought that you said that bob went to Searing High School W. No, he used to attend Clark High School, but after graduation last year, he enrolled in Melrose Community college where he is presently studying. Q: where does bob go to school now?
Section B Questions 11 through 13 are based on the following passage. Mr Jones woke early one morning, before the sun had risen. It was a beautiful morning, so he went to the window and looked out. He was surprised to see a neatly dressed, middle-aged professor, who worked in the university just up the road from Mr Jones?s house, coming from the direction of the town. He had grey hair and thick glasses, and was carrying an umbrella, a morning newspaper and a bag. Mr Jones thought that he must have arrived by the night train and decided to walk to the university instead of taking a taxi. Mr Jones had a big tree in his garden, and the children had tied a long rope to one of its branches, so that they could swing on it. Mr Jones was surprised to see the professor stop when he saw the rope, and look carefully up and down the road. When he saw that there was nobody in sight, he stepped into the garden as there was no fence, put his umbrella, newspaper, bag and hat neatly on the grass and took hold of the rope. He pulled it hard to see whether it was strong enough to take his weight, then ran as fast as he could and swung into the air on the end of the rope, his grey hair blowing all around his face. Backwards and forwards he swung, occasionally taking a few more running steps on the grass when the rope began to swing too slowly for him. At last the professor stopped, straightened his tie, combed his hair carefully, put on his hat, picked up his umbrella, newspaper and bag, and continued on his way to the university, looking as quiet and correct and respectable as one would expect a professor to be. QUESTIONS: 11. When Mr Jones looked out of the window, what did he see? 12. Which of the following is true according to the passage? 13. Why did the professor stop by the rope? Because __________
Questions 14 through 16 are based on the following passage. Researchers say jogging alone is unhealthy. A newly published report indicates that jogging could have adverse health effects, especially for those who do it alone. A team of researchers from Harvard University has suggested that going for a run on your own is not as healthy as previously believed and is nowhere near as beneficial as jogging as part of a group. They suggested it could actually be harmful to one?s health. Experiments conducted on rats indicated that running alone raises stress levels and keep brain cell from regeneration. Professor Elizabeth Gould, who led the research, said:
“These results suggest that, in the absence of social interaction, a normally beneficial experience can exert a potentially bad influence on the brain.” The researchers monitored two groups of rats on exercise wheels. One group exercised alone, the other as part of a jogging team. After two weeks, the scientists conducted tests to check the rate of brain cell growth in all of the test animals. The results revealed that the joggers of the team had double the amount of new brain cells as the single runners. Professor Gould concluded that: “When experienced in a group setting, running stimulates brain cell growth. However, when running occurs in social isolation, these positive effects are suppressed.” Joggers around the world should perhaps take the research with a pinch of salt and remember that jogging is healthier than the rat race. Questions: 14. What do some Harvard researchers claim according to the passage? 15. What the function of jogging alone according to the author? 16. What does the report suggest us doing if we decide to go jogging?
Blanks 17 through 20 are based on the following conversation. W: do you like Barry? M: no, not very much. He?s too ambitious and dishonest. W: I agree. I like his brother, Paul. They are not alike. M: yes. They are completely different. Paul is very sociable and much more honest than his brother. W: what kind of person do you consider yourself to be? M: I think I?m polite, careful, relaxed and shy. W: oh, I don?t think you?re shy! You are always chatting with new people when we go to a party. M: well, yes, but those people always start talking to me. I never talk to them first. Perhaps I?m not as shy as I think. Anyway, you?re certainly not shy! W: You?re right. I love going out and making new friends. M: so, you?ll be at my birthday party on Friday? W: Of course! Blanks 21 through 24 are based on the following conversation. Beginner M: have you applied for you visa to go to study in the united states yet? W: yes, I have. I handed in my application form two weeks ago and I?m going for an interview next week. M: good luck! I?ve heard it?s very difficult to get a visa to go to the united states. W; the application form are quite complicated. It took me a few hours to fill it out. The hardest thing was getting all the necessary documents. That took almost two weeks. M: what kind of documents did you need to present?
W: I had to show document relating to my financial status and of course my education, because I want a student visa. M: why do you think so many people have their applications rejected? W; I think that they don?t complete the forms correctly or they don?t include all the required documents. The embassy is very strict about it. You have to be quite careful. M; why are they stricter whit Chinese people than with other nationalities? W: that?s simple. Many people break the rules regarding their visa conditions. B14-16 模拟试卷 高三月考模拟卷（五）答案 Listening 1-5 DBBDA . 17. carpets 6-10 CACAB 18. credit 11-13 BAC 19. system 14-16 CAD 20. 01511-498054 23. $450 24. consulting fees
21. make ends meet
22. entertainment expenses
Grammar: 25-29 BCDDA
30-34 BCABD 35-39 CDBBD
Vocabulary: 41-45 FAEIG 46-49 CHBJ Cloze: 50-54 DBBDA 55-59 BDDAD 60-64 ACBBB Reading (A) 65-68 ADCC (B) 69-71 CDA (C) 72-75 BCDD 76-80 BDAFC 81. going abroad for the best teachers and academies 82. He will find that he is/was not alone. His achievement will be recognized by others He will gain recognition for his achievement. 83. scholars can meet each other easily and knowledge can be transmitted rapidly.
84. 1)The recent growth in air travel. 2)There are far more centers of learning. 3)There are a great number of scholars and students. 4)The fellow experts are scattered around the world/experts need keep in touch with similar isolated groups in other countries. Translation: 1. I prefer to read some news online rather than sit there doing nothing. 2. In the morning when the traffic is heavy, road accidents are more likely to happen at a crossroads/at crossroads. 3. Not only does his seventy-year-old grandfather often do shopping on the Internet but also he often plays online games with his former colleagues, which greatly amazes all of us. 4. Facing/Faced with the fierce competition from other companies, the automobile manufacturer is considering launching a promotion campaign. 5. When we learned the news that the famous Chinese writer Mo Yan had been awarded the Nobel Prize for/in literature, which the Chinese had long been dreaming of, everybody thought it worth celebrating. Learning the news that the famous Chinese author Mo Yan was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature, which the Chinese had long been dreaming of, everybody thought it worth celebrating. 听力录音文字 Section A Short Conversations 1. M: As an architecture major, you should consider taking computer programming. W: Am I required to take it? Q: What is the probable relationship between the two speakers? 2. W: Have you received the check from the company to cover the damage to your car? M: No, not yet. But yesterday I called and was told I should expect to get it within the next few days. Q: What is the most likely subject of this conversation? 3. W: Here's a 10-dollar bill. Give me two tickets for tonight's show please. M: Sure. Two tickets and here's your $1.40 change.
Q: How much does one ticket cost? 4. M: As far as I am concerned, there is no better month for a winter holiday in Austria than March. W: I can't agree more. Q: What can you conclude from this conversation? 5. M: The deadline for the job application is June 1 st. Do you think I have any chance of getting the job? W: You can never tell if you don't try. Q: What does the woman mean? 6. M: Hello, this is Tom Davis. I have an appointment with Mrs. Jones for nine o'clock this morning, but I am afraid I'll have to be fifteen minutes late. W: That's all right, Mr. Davis. She doesn't have another appointment scheduled until ten o'clock. Q: When will Mr. Davis most probably meet with Mrs. Jones? 7. M: How well are you prepared for your presentation? It will be your turn next Wednesday. W: I spent a whole week searching on the Internet, but I haven't found anything valuable. Q: What does the woman say about her presentation? 8. W: Jane told me that she was going to quit her job. I'll certainly be sorry to see her go. M: Oh, she does not always say what she means. I wouldn't buy her a going-away present if I were you. Q: What does the man think of Jane? 9. M: Excuse me, would you please tell me when the next flight to Los Angeles is? W: Sure. The next direct flight to Los Angeles is two hours from now, but if you don't mind transferring at San Francisco, you can board now. Q: What can you learn from the conversation? 10. W: You certainly have a lot of clocks. There seems to be one in every room. M: My family gave them to me because I have trouble keeping track of the time. Q: What are the man and woman talking about?
Questions 11 through 13 are based on the following passage. As more and more people lose their jobs, now is perhaps the time to consider the experience of unemployment. What are the first feelings? Well, losing a job, or not being able to find one, almost always brings unwelcome changes. If you've lost a job, the first feeling is often one of shock. As well as the loss of income, many people find the whole routine of their life is upset, their contact with other people reduced, their ambitions lost and their identity as a worker removed. At first there may be good feelings too--a new and better job is just around the corner--it's nice to be able to lie in bed in the morning or spend more time with the children or have more time to think. But, unless a better job does turn up, the chances are the days start getting longer and time becomes harder to fill. Many people pass through periods of difficulty in sleeping and eating. They feel bad-tempered and depressed, often isolated and lonely. Despite all these problems, though, unemployment can be a chance for a fresh start. You can discover that it provides an opportunity to sort out or rethink what you want from life and how best you can get it. You can use the time to plan how to find a new job, learn a new skill, develop your hobbies or see if you can run your own business. Questions: 11. What is the main idea of the passage? 12. What does a man feel when he has lost a job? 13. Why does one become depressed when he is out of work?
Questions 14 through 16 are based on the following passage. A celebratory boat tour of Hong Kong's Victoria Harbour turned deadly on Monday when the vessel collided with a ferry and sank, killing 38 people. The boat was carrying 121 passengers and three crew members when the accident happened near Lamma Island, which lies southwest of Hong Kong Island, around 8:30 p.m. local time, the Associated Press reported. Staff members of the Hong Kong Electric utility company and their family members were sailing to the harbor to watch a fireworks display for China?s National Day and Mid-Autumn festival. The vessel, named the Lamma IV, was built to carry around 200 passengers and it was hit by a ferry operated by the Hong Kong and Kowloon Ferry company. The ferry, operating on a regularly scheduled route from Hong Kong Island, hit the Lamma IV at a “high speed,” causing the charter boat to rapidly sink within 10 minutes of the crash, leaving half the bow sticking up
from the water. All 38 fatalities occurred on board the Lamma IV. No one was seriously injured on the ferry, which sustained only minor damage and continued sailing into its destination port on Lamma Island. Twenty-eight passengers were pronounced dead at the scene Monday night, while eight more died at hospitals across the territory. Two more bodies found Tuesday brought the death toll to 38. By nightfall Tuesday, family members were still scrambling to identify victims, and investigators didn't yet have a theory on how the collision occurred. The boats smashed into each other in the middle of the channel between Lamma and Hong Kong island, which is just two miles across. While the area is one of the busiest waterways in Asia, it is also one of the most regulated, and as a result serious accidents are rare. Government officials met Tuesday and promised a thorough investigation. 14. According to the news, how many people were there on the celebratory boat when the crash happened? 15. When did the tragedy happen? 16. Which of the following is correct about the accident?
Section C Longer Conversations Blanks 17 through 20 are based on the following conversation. M: Harper's Department Store. Mail order department. Hold on...Sorry about the delay. Can I help you? W: Yes, I've got a problem with an order. M: What's the order number, please? W: JV400-933-24GKS. I ordered two carpets. M: What's wrong with them? W: Nothing's wrong with them. They haven't arrived. M: Oh, dear. I'm sorry. We've been having trouble with our computer system. W: Well, when can I expect them? You've already taken the money from my credit card. M: Oh, I see. They arrived at our warehouse three weeks ago. I'm surprised you haven't got them. W: So am I. When am I going to get them? M: You'll have to call the warehouse. I can give you the number. Have you got a pen? W: Yes, somewhere. What is it?
M: 01511-498054. They're closed at the moment. Can you call them between seven o'clock and seven thirty tomorrow morning? I'm sorry I can't help. W: Oh, don't be sorry. I'm afraid I'll never buy anything from Harper's again. M: Pardon?
Blanks 21 through 24 are based on the following conversation. M: Uh, could I borrow some money before payday? W: What? But you still owe me 20 dollars from last week. How are things going anyway? M: Not very well. To be honest, I can't seem to make ends meet these days. W: Well, let me see if I can help you to save some money. How much money do you spend on entertainment every month? M: Well, I spend a few dollars here and there on basketball and movie tickets, a concert or two and dance lessons. W: Uh, how much do you exactly spend on all of these? Just a "few" dollars? M: Well, about 400 hundred dollars or so. W: Or so? No wonder you are having money problems. You can't just blow your money on things like that! And what about transportation? M: Oh, I just bought a new sports car, but I got a great deal, and my monthly payments are only 450 dollars. Come outside and take a look. W: No, I've heard enough. I suggest you get rid of your credit cards, cut back on your entertainment expenses, and sell your car. M: Sell my car?! I can't date without a car. W: And you need to create a budget for yourself and stick to it, and start with paying off your bills, starting with me. You owe me 50 dollars. M: 50 dollars? Wait, I only borrowed 20 dollars from you last week. How did you come up with $ 50? W: Don't forget my consulting fees. My advice is at least worth $30!
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