2015 年东北三省四市教研联合体高考模拟试卷（二） 英语学科答案
听力部分（1.5× 20=30 分） 1~5 ACCAB 6 ~10 BCCBA 11~15 AACBA 16~20 CACBC 阅读理解（2× 20=40 分） 21~24 DCAA 25~27CCA 28~31 BABB 32~35BBDD 36. CDFEB 完形填空（1.5× 20=30 分） 41~45 CDBAC 46~50 AABDC 51~55 BDACD 56~60 BDACB 语法填空（1.5× 10=15 分） 61. a 62. easiest 63. freedom 64. will pay 65. truly 66. standing 67. who/ that 68. to believe 69. Either 70. yours 短文改错（1× 10=10 分） Dear Mum, This afternoon, our teacher asked us ∧list what our parents had done for us. to I write down a lot of good sides. wrote Time passes quickly, isn’t it? It is three years when I became a high school doesn’t since student. Looking back on the progresses that I have made so far, I really appreciate progress for your support. I know that without your properly guidance, I would not have done proper so well. However, what still makes me puzzling is how to make my dream to go to the puzzled a top university come true. Please continue to lend I a hand. I really need your help. me Kate 书面表达（25 分） One possible version： 1）Nowadays we can still see some behaviors against public morals. People often complain that they see some people jump in the queue, disturbing the harmony of society, and to be worse, chairs meant /intended for children and seniors are occupied by the young. It is high time that we should take actions to improve public morals. Firstly, government should make it a rule that people will get fined or punished if caught behaving against public morals. Additionally, it makes sense that schools should take on the duty to give students lessons on how to be a qualified citizen. Last but not the least, only by setting some examples can people learn how to behave decently from people around. All in all, it owes to the majority ’s support that we can live in a peaceful and harmonious neighborhood. Don’t hesitate to get rid of your own improper behaviors.
2）Nowadays we can still see some behaviors against public morals. Every now and then, we find some people spitting, littering or talking loudly in public places, which makes others annoyed. Also it is really shameful that some travelers damage historic relics at random. Even
some people violate the law just for their personal interests. In my opinion, not only should education on public morals be offered, but effective laws and regulations should be established and strictly carried out to guarantee the rights of the majority. Of course, we individuals should show self control, attach importance to good manners ,and be willing to offer help whenever it is needed. Let ’s join our hands in building a healthy and harmonious society. I’m sure your contribution will make a difference.
听力原文: Text 1 M: I’ll have the steak, French fries and chocolate ice cream for dessert. W: Oh, no, you know these things are bad for your health. How about ordering some vegetables and fruit instead? Text 2 W: I hate to say it, but Jacky isn’t doing well in the new film. M: Well, I think he’s only playing a different type of role. My sister thinks he is still the best. Text 3 M: I met Sam on the street today. W: Really? Did he say something about his sister? M: Yes. Betty ought to be leaving New York very soon, because her husband, John, has taken a job in Los Angeles. Text 4 M: A power cut. Oh, I have to hand in this report tomorrow. W: Just take out your cell phone to get the candle in the drawer. M: OK. Text 5 W: Did you see what that young man did? M: No. I was looking at the other way. W: He made a U-turn in the middle of the block and almost hit a boy on a bicycle. M: Drivers get crazier these days. Text 6 M: I’m starting to get worried. I can’t seem to find my wallet. Have you seen it? W: It might be on your desk. Have you checked? M: Yes, but it’s not there. I’ve looked all around the house and I can’t find it. W: Do you think it could be at one of the stores you went to this morning? M: That’s what I’m starting to think. W: So what was the last store you went to? M: Let me see. It was the supermarket. I guess I must have left it there. W: Well, you’d better give the supermarket a call. M: OK. I will. Text 7 M: Hello, madam. We’re doing a survey of our customers. How often do you come to the club? W: Three times a week, usually. M: Can you run 10 kilometers in an hour on the running machine?
W: Oh, no, I can’t. Maybe 8 kilometers. M: Do you use the swimming pool? You know, the new swimming pool. W: No, I don’t. I don’t know how to swim. And I’m scared of water. M: OK. You know, we offer lessons here. I’m sure our trainer can help you. Text 8 W: People are not so honest as they once were. M: Why do you say so? W: Some people are tempted to steal in large shops. M: Did you catch one of them? W: Yes, on Monday morning. There were few people in the shop, so I could catch the thief easily. M: Was it a man or a woman? W: A middle-aged woman. She first bought some small articles. Then she chose one of the most expensive dresses in the shop. M: Did she catch the dress away quickly regardless of the assistants? W: Certainly not. An assistant wrapped it up for her and helped her walk out of the shop without paying. M: An assistant? How could she do that? W: She is the daughter of the woman. The girl “gave” her mother a free dress once a week! Text 9 W: Good morning, sir. What can I do for you? M: I would like to rent a car with a good air conditioner. W: All our cars have air conditioners in them. M: Good. I am here visiting my girlfriend. I want her to have a good time. W: Oh, is that so? Well, then, let me show you something she might like. M: This is a Porsche! W: Yes. Beautiful, isn’t it? M: Yes, it looks fantastic. W: So you will take the Porsche then, sir? M: Yes, for three days. And I want to buy the insurance too. I think it’s necessary. W: You’re smart to buy it. At 45 dollars for three days, it is a good deal. M: Can I return the car in San Francisco? W: San Francisco? No, sir. We only have this office here. You will have to return it here in Los Angeles. M: OK. It will be fun driving back down the coast. My girlfriend will like it. W: It’s a beautiful drive. M: Where are the keys? W: Just a moment, sir. We have to finish filling out the forms first. Text 10 Malls are popular places for Americans to go. Some people spend so much time at malls that they are called “mall rats”. Mall rats shop until they drop in the hundreds of stores under one roof. People like malls for many reasons. They feel safe because malls have police stations or private security guards. Parking is usually free, and the atmosphere inside is always fine. The
newest malls have beautiful rest area with waterfalls and large green trees. The largest mall in the United States is the Mall of America in Minnesota. It has 350 stores, eight night clubs, and a seven-acre park! There are parking spaces for 12,750 cars. About 750, 000 people shop every week. The first indoor mall in the United States was built in 1965 in Edina, Minnesota. Now people shop in malls, of course. They also eat in food houses that have food from all over the world. They see movies here. Some people even get their daily exercise by doing the new sport of mall walking. Others go to malls to meet friends. In a word, now residents can actually live in their favorite shopping center.
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