徐汇区 2015 高三英语二模试卷答案 高三年级英语学科
Listening Comprehension Section A 1-5 ABCDC 6-10 DACBA Section B 11-13 CBB 14-16 BDA Section C 17. straight 18. fashion 19. graduate 20. composin
g 21. doing exercise regularly/ exercising regularly 22. insects and droughts 23. improved living conditions 24. food security/ safety
II. Grammar and Vocabulary Section A
(A) 25. as/when 29. what (B) 33. to investigate 37. helping 26. more likely 27. the 28. have accomplished 30. could 31. Until/If 32. yourself/ourselves/yourselves 34. Having endured 35. who 36. fallen 38. were lost 39. Whether 40. like
41-45 IKAEC 46-50 HBDJG III. Reading Comprehension Section A 51-55 BADBA 56-60 DBCAD Section B 66-69 DAAB 70-73 CDBA
61-65 CCABC 74-77 DBBC
Section C 78. What is the origin of the word technology? 79. work with your hands, see the results of your work, and have new ideas and new challenges 80. Because airbags inflate so quickly that they have caused injury and death in some cases 81. understands technology and feels comfortable with technology
第 II 卷（共 47 分）
1. As we all know/ As is known to all, cutting down a large number of trees has disastrous effects on the balance of nature. 2. Her parents were busy with work, so she learned to take care of/look after herself at an early age.
3. This funny movie did distract my attention so that I forgot these tough problems for the time being. 4. He was asked many questions by the interviewer during the interview in order to see if /whether he was capable of doing scientific research. 5. It was because he was appointed as manager that the company has developed into a giant in the advertising business..
II. Guided Writing
Tape scripts and reference answers Listening comprehension I. Listening Comprehension Section A Direction: 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 questions 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: Any idea how long they will keep you in there? W: As long as I don’t have a runny nose and a fever Q: Where does the conversation probably take place? 2. W: How much shall I tip the porter? M: Usually $2 each bag. And we have got 1,2…Hmm,2 bags in all. Q: How much should the woman tip the porter? 3. W: Look, this toy car looks so nice. I think our son little TOM would like it. Shall we buy it for him? M: Mm, it dose look nice, but he’s already got too many . Q: What is the most probable relationship between the two speakers? 4. M: How do Jane and Bill like their new home? W: Very comfortable. But it’s an annoyance to have to hear the jets go over their house all day along. Q: What’s the problem with their new house? 5. M: As we know, shopping plays a very important role in people’s lives, and it is the favorite pastime of many people, especially women.
W: Yeah. I can’t agree with you more. In order to promote sales, sellers and manufacturers place a variety of shopping ads in newspapers and magazines, on the radio and television. Q: Which topic are they talking about? 6. M: I don't like the prices on the menu. They always seem too high. W: You will have a different view after eating the tasty food. Q: What does the woman mean? 7. W: Some people know a lot more than they tell. M: Unfortunately the reverse is also true. Q: What does the man mean? 8. W: Suppose the company offered you a pay rise of 50%, would you be so determined to leave and look for a job elsewhere? M: Yes, I’ve set my mind on it. I’d like to find a job with opportunity to show my ability. Q: Why has the man decided to leave the company? 9. W. I’m tired of Mark’s remarks. I don’t understand why he always looks at everything in a negative way. M: Why don’t you follow me, Mary? Don’t take his comments seriously. Q: According to the man, what should the woman do about Mark? 10. M: God, according to the data online, the PM 2.5 reaches to a risky level of 300 today. W: I thought there was something wrong with monitoring equipment. Q: What can we infer from the woman’s remark? 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. The hours really aren’t very regular although I work every day of the week from Monday to Friday, but I don’t start at that sort of hours like nine till five because I don’t work in an office, I work from home. Having said that, some of the hours can be from seven in the morning till ten at night depending on if I get a lot of phone calls during the week. So, having had phone calls, I’ve got to go out and see them all over the places and for that, obviously, I’ve got to have a car, which the company supplies, actually all expenses. Some of the people that I go to see are quite awkward. There are a lot of men, it’s a very male-oriented business and a lot of men still feel that a woman’s place is in the home and she should be tied to the kitchen sink and looking after the children. Any candidate who comes for my type of job has to be outgoing, fairly joyful, cheerful,
they’ve got to be constantly smiling, eyes bright, questions answered and it’s not the easiest of situations if you’ve had a heavy conference the night before. Questions: 11. Concerning this job, which of the following duties is not mentioned in the passage? 12. According to the passage, what kind of people is most suitable for this job? 13. What is probably the speaker? Questions 14 through16 are based on the following passage: Many people catch a cold in the springtime or fall. It makes us wonder if scientists can send a man to the moon, why can't they find a cure for the common cold? The answer is easy. There are actually hundreds of kinds of cold viruses out there. You never know which one you will get, so there isn't a cure for each one. When a virus attacks your body, your body works hard to get rid of it. Blood rushes to your nose and cause a block in it. You feel terrible because you can't breathe well, but your body is actually eating the virus. Your temperature goes up and you get a fever, but the heat of your body is killing the virus. You also have a runny nose to stop the virus from getting into your cells. You may feel miserable, but actually your wonderful body is doing everything it can to kill the cold. Different people have different cures for Colds. In the United States and some other countries, for example, people might eat chicken soup to make themselves feel better. Some people take hot baths and drink warm liquids. Other people take medicine to stop Various symptoms of colds. There is one interesting thing to note. Some scientists say taking medicines when you have a cold is actually bad for you. The virus stays in you longer because your body doesn't have a way to fight it and kill it. Bodies can do an amazing job on their own. There is a joke going like this, “It takes about one week to get over a cold if you don't take medicine, but it takes only seven days to get over a cold if you take medicine.” Questions: 14. According to the passage, why haven’t the scientists find a cure for the common cold? 15. What does the speaker say about the symptoms of the common cold? 16. What do scientists say about taking medicines for the common cold according to the passage? 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: M: I’ve heard a lot about your sister. She is a nice girl. Could you give me more information on her? W: You mean Jane? Hey, Steven, you have really good taste! M: Come on, please. W: Well, she is lovely. She is a fashion designer and works in Star Studio. M: What color is her hair?
W: Oh, blonde, quite long hair. M: curly? W: No, Pretty straight. Her hair comes down like this…just over the waist. M: Do you think we have something in common? W: Sure. She also graduated from Harvard University. She is beautiful and so well-educated too. M: Great! I’m wondering what she is most interested in. W: Oh, she plays piano. She is a music and art lover. A lot of her leisure time is spent in concerts or some art exhibitions. One more thing, she is also fond of composing some music of her own. M: What sound marvelous! Blanks 21 through 24 are based on the following conversation. M: Health is very important. How do you keep fit? W: I have a balanced diet and I do exercise regularly as long as I have free time. M: So, what do you think is a healthy diet? W: A healthy diet should contain all the essential nutrients. M: What do you know about transgenic food? W: Transgenic technology can increase the output of crops and give the crops such attributes as insect-resistance or drought-resistance though it has its negative effects. M: Does it cause heart disease? W: No, I don’t think so. I suppose it is because of the improved living conditions that people are provided with more meat, which results in an excessive amount of fat in human body. M: Have you heard the news that in 2008, at least six babies were killed in China and 300,000 fell ill after drinking infant formula poisoned with the industrial chemicals. W: How terrible! It really matters that the government should set strict rules and regulations to standardize the production of food and punish severely those manufacturers. M: I can’t agree with you more.
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