【听力材料】 (Text 1) W: Excuse me. I’m looking for the textbook for my geography course. It’s called “Worldwide Climate”. Do you have it? M: Ye
s, we do. You can find it in Section 24 on the top shelf. (Text 2) M: Jane, do you still live in the China Great Hotel? W: Oh, I forgot to tell you that we moved to the Hilton last week. (Text 3) M: Helen, I am going to take my son to the zoo tomorrow morning. Would you like to go with us? W: I’d like to, but the weather report says it’ll snow heavily tomorrow. (Text 4) M: Excuse me, madam. Can I take Bus 105 to the railway station? W: Sorry, I’m also new here. Maybe you can ask someone else. (Text 5) W: Sir, can I come in now? M: Sorry, lady. I am afraid that you have to wait half an hour for our business hours that are from 8:30 am to 5:30 pm. (Text 6) M: So what’s your plan for the International Marathon Race in Xiamen, China, Mary? W: Well, I’m not well prepared. Anyway, I’ll take part in it and try my best. M: How are you traveling to Xiamen, by plane or by train? W: By train. I’d like to see the sights along the railway in China． M: Well, then, when are you leaving for Xiamen? W: On March 23, and I’ll arrive there the next day. M: If you have any trouble buying the ticket, please ask me for help. W: No, thanks. I’ve booked the ticket. M: Well, then, may you succeed in the race. W: Thank you. (Text 7) M: It’s almost vacation time. The summer holidays here are so long. W: Have you found a summer job yet? M: No, what about you? W: I suppose I can work at the gas station where I worked last summer. M: I’m a foreign student. I don’t think I can get jobs as easily as you can. W: Well, you can look for a job at a college, though it doesn’t pay much. M: How much do they pay per hour? W: About $5 an hour. M: That’s too bad． (Text 8) W: Oh, it’s so nice to be out of the cinema. It was so hot in there. I thought I’d melt. M: Terrible, wasn’t it? Well, what did you think of “Out of Africa”? Do you think it was as good as the review said? W: It was a good film, but not as good as the book. I think some of the story was missing in the film. M: Yes, but you couldn’t possibly fit everything that happens in a 200-page novel into a 2-hour film, there simply isn’t the time. W: I know. But the director should at least try to follow the story. M: Well, perhaps he thought he was improving the 高一英语第 1 页，共 3 页
story. W: Perhaps he did, but I just don’t think a film director has the right. (Text 9) M: God, I am tired of my job. Everyday is just the same. W: Hey, you know what? I have a job for you in the paper today. M: What? W: Here it is. European Space Agency requires translators. M: European Space Agency? Don’t know whether I suit that one. W: That’s to be said here. They need an English translator to work in French and German. M: Mm, I am good at both. What else are they asking for? W: Just the degree and at least 3 or 4 years of work experience. They also say the person should have a lively and questioning mind. M: If I stay in my present job any longer, I shall have no mind left. What about the pay? W: Well, it says it depends on education and experience. Hey, besides, there is a list of extra benefits. Have a look at it yourself! M: Er, travel, healthcare and paid training. Er, this isn’t bad. Maybe I should write to them straight away. W: You certainly should. (Text 10) The distance at which two people stand when having a conversation varies from culture to culture. Studies have shown that most Americans feel uncomfortable if they stand too close to others when talking. They feel most comfortable at a distance of about 50 centimeters. Another social custom is that Americans, like many other people, often express themselves with their hands when talking. They may show a conversation, or
they may pat a child’s head to show their affection for the child. Many Americans find silence uncomfortable. They will talk continually to fill any pause in a conversation even if it lasts only for a moment. If you are silent for long periods of time, they will do their best to include you in their conversation. However, if they disagree with what you are saying, they remain quiet. It only means that they consider it impolite to argue further.
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1—5 CACBA 21—25 DACAD （每小题 1 分，共 15 分） 36—40 DCADB 56—60 BDBDD （每小题 2 分，共 40 分） 短文改错 Dear Tom,
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11—15 ACBCA 31—35 ACCBD 46—50 ADBAC 66—70 AADDC
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51—55 BDADC 71—75 DACFB
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I’m glad to know you are very interesting in the festival; therefore, I’d like to tell you something about what interested you can expect to see it. First, we have a holiday for the Spring Festival, that allows all relatives to get together. which Then/\celebrate the coming of the New Year, we clean the house and put up the couplets, we to cook a big dinner which is enjoying by the whole family. Another traditions is setting off firecrackers. The sound of enjoyed but All in all, the Spring Festival is a greatly time during which everyone enjoys themselves. Could I invite you great to come to celebrate it with my family? I promise that it will be a unforgettable experience. an I’m looking forward to you reply. your Yours, Li Hua 书面表达参考范文（参看高考评分标准） ： Dear Mike, The summer vacation is coming soon. Would you like to go out with me for a ten-day trip? I mean that you’d better make good preparations in advance. Our trip will begin after the final exam and the destination is Mount Tai. We are going to take an express-train on July 16 and stay there for several days, climbing Mount Tai, visiting places of interest and getting close to nature. On July 25 we ’ll be back together as the plan. I am sure that we will enjoy ourselves and have a good trip. Li Hua tradition firecrackers may be a little annoying, and it is really exciting for children.
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