黄浦区 2011 年高考模拟考 二模考英语 (完卷时间: 120 分钟 满分: 150 分) 2011 年 4 月 14 日下午 第I卷
I. Listening Comprehension Section A Short Conversations
  1. A. In a library. B. Under a big chair. C. In his office. D. Under a huge tree.
  2. A. 8:05 a.m. B. 9:30 a.m. C. 7:30 a.m. D. 11:30 a.m.
  3. A. Boss and secretary. B. Classmates. C. Husband and wife. D. Teacher and student.
  4. A. She wants to get some sleep. B. She has had too much coffee. B. She needs time to write a paper. D. She has a literature class to attend.
  5. A. See a doctor. B. Stay in bed for a few days. C. Get treatment in a better hospital. D.Make a phone call.
  6. A. To paint it grey and draw a duck on it. B. To paint it white and write something on it. C. To paint it white and put up some drawings. D. To paint it grey and do some drawings on it.
  7. A. Have a rest. B. Take two weeks off. C. Continue his work outdoors. D.Go to the park with the woman.
  8. A. She also has a dictionary of this kind. B. She didn’t know the man was good at writing. C. She isn’t surprised at the man’s getting the prize. D. The dictionary is so marvelous that she wants to have it.
  9. A. The 2:30 train has a dining car. B. The man prefers to take the 2:30 train. C. The 2:00 train will reach Washington earlier. D. They are going to have some fast food on the train.
  10. A. He was seriously injured in a car accident. B. He was absent all week because of sickness. C. He called to say that his wife had been injured. D. He had to be away from school to look after his wife. Section B Passages Questions 11 through 13 are based on the following passage.
  11. A. By getting organized. B. By finding a hobby. C. By setting clear goals. D. By making new friends.
  12. A. Saving money. B. Joining clubs more easily. C. Fighting against boredom. D. Achieving goals.
  13. A. Employees. B. Parents. C. Students. D. Teachers.
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Questions 14 through 16 are based on the following passage.
  14. A. They strongly follow family rules. B. They are very likely to succeed in life. C. They are in the habit of obeying their parents. D. They tend to take responsibility for themselves.
  15. A. They grow up to be funny and charming. B. They tend to be smart and strong-willed. C. They often have a poor sense of direction. D. They get less attention from their parents.
  16. A. They usually don’t follow family orders. B. They are less likely to be successful in life. C. They tend to believe in their parents’ ideas. D. They don’t like to take chances in their lives. Section C Longer Conversations Blanks 17 through 20 are based on the following conversation. Where is the man thinking of going? For which holiday was the man thinking of going there? When does the rainy season end? What does the woman enjoy doing there? 17 . For Around 18 . 19 . 20 .
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Complete the form. Write ONE WORD OR NUMBER for each answer. Blanks 21 through 24 are based on the following conversation. Which agency is looking for a translator? What language is the English translator supposed to work from? How many years’ experience as a translator is required? What are other requirements? The 21 Agency. 22 . 23 years.
A lively and inquiring mind, effective 24 and the ability to work individually or in a group.
Complete the form. Write NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS for each answer. II. Grammar and Vocabulary Section A Directions: Beneath each of the following sentences there are four choices marked A, B, C and D. Choose the one answer that best completes the sentence.
  25. A man plenty of money doesn’t always have plenty of friends. A. of B. with C. without D. for
  26. The two stories share too much in common. There is no doubt one is copied from . A. each other B. other C. another D. the other
  27. Exercise 3 is difficult in this book, so all the students finish it successfully. A. least B. the least C. more D. the most
  28. Although this sound like a simple task, great care is needed. A. must B. may C. shall D. should
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Isn’t this the third time that you late for school this month? A. were B. have been C. are D. be Braddock was forced into retirement during the Great Depression, but he never gave up his boxing dream, and . A. so was his manager B. his manager did so C. neither did his manager D. neither was his manager A number of art works are believed during World War II. A. being stolen B. having been stolen C. to be stolen D. to have been stolen In his pioneering work, David explains how languages come into being, that children are the driving force. A. being argued B. having argued C. arguing D. agued you lose your key, please keep a spare one in your office. A. As long as B. Though C. Unless D. In case As a graduate in computer science, he can’t have failed to work out the problem yesterday, he? A. can B. haven’t C. did D. hasn’t you are given a form to fill out does not necessarily mean that you have to answer all the questions in it. A. That B. Why C. What D. Whether Birdwatching is becoming a popular pastime, with almost 3,000,000 of us in our fluttering feathered friends. A. absorbed B. absorbing C. absorb D. to absorb Parent-teacher conference should be pleasant, civilized, a kind of dialogue parents and teachers build partnership. A. whose B. as C. that D. where The course “World Literature” examines the common people found in quality literature worldwide and a variety of cultural background. A. introduces B. introducing C. to introduce D. introduced In the third and fourth columns of your monthly budget, list you expect to spend your money on and the amount. A. what B. how much C. how D. which Each person excuses himself by thinking someone else will help the more “other people” there are, the greater the total shifting of responsibility. A. if B. until C. so that D. as if
Section B A. personal F. launch B. further G. simply C. aspects H. created D. tuition E. degrees I. traditional J. revolutionized
Back in the last century self-study used to mean trying to learn from books. Then as technology moved on, electric products 41 the way people learn a language. Audio cassettes enabled people to practice listening, video provided a vivid cultural environment of the language, computers made interactivity possible, and the 42
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of the Windows 95 operating system opened the door to full multimedia programs that could offer more than what the traditional materials could do. Today technology has moved on 43 . The Internet has served as a communication centre. The general use of email has 44 new opportunities for teachers to assist learning at a distance, which has an impact on 45 learning structures. As you can make more and more progress on your own, the role of the teacher is changing. Basic information and drill can be provided by computer; the teacher is then free to concentrate on the more important 46 : motivation and production of language in speech or writing. The latest development is a direct email link from self-study CD-ROMs to an online teacher. Now you can get 47 one-to-one tuition from any multimedia PC with an internet connection. When you need more help you 48 email the tutor. The tutor will know which course you are following and your results to date so he is able to provide good, relevant advice. All you do is buy the CD-ROM at normal price and then get additional 49 as you feel the need. So the self-study becomes distance learning with all its advantages of flexibility and low cost. III. Reading Comprehension Section A I had a week’s holiday to use and I wanted to spend it in the best hotel I could find. That was why I chose The Haven. Set in a country park, I thought I would be able to escape the problems and pressures of 50 life. But, just twenty-four hours after arriving there, my wife and I experienced problems with the restaurant, the service and the 51 . We should have left and returned to our 52 when we saw two policemen walking outside the hotel, 53 the building. One of them showed us how our room could be 54 in through the windows. It seems that the hotel has no 55 on the windows. Although we were a little worried, our concerns were 56 when we believed a good-sized bed, a flat-screen TV, a spa bath and more suggested a comfortable stay. Things started to go from bad to worse the following morning when I found the restaurant only served 57 meals. I was disappointed and upset: six days of rabbit food and no steak and chips? What had I let myself in for? We should have been told about the food before we 58 . I ordered my breakfast against my will 59 , but I had to wait forty-five minutes for it to arrive. This was not the 60 I expected. That afternoon, when we returned from a tour around a village nearby, we found that nearly £200 had been stolen from our room. The Haven 61 to refund us the money. They claimed that they could not be responsible for any loss if our 62 was not locked. My holiday was then a total 63 ; I thought a “haven” was supposed to be a quiet, peaceful place. 64 , I have experienced more stress and worry in that one day than I usually do working in the office for a week.
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D. entertainment D. desired D. window D. conflict D. At last
Section B (A) Uncle Jeremiah sighed. He wondered if he had made the right decision in agreeing to look after Ant and Cleo over the school holidays while their parents went to London to catch a month-long festival of Shakespeare plays. Ant and Cleo were having a whale of time staying with their research scientist uncle. They easily bullied(欺 负)him into letting them stay up to watch the late-night creature features. It was fun, they said, being scared sockless by vampires (吸血鬼)wolfmen and other not-so-nice people. They could handle the late nights; what they , couldn’t were the nightmares (梦魇). Watching such fearsome flicks as the Curse of the Yeti(雪人), the Dread of Dracula, Fangs of the Wolfman and More Dread of Dracula had resulted in the most terrifying nightmares imaginable. Once Cleo dreamed she was at a disco wearing a fur coat which turned into a yeti that totally ruined her evening by eating her boyfriend. Ant had a frightful dream about being a wolfman, going all hairy and getting locked in the dog house where he was bullied by a brainsick huge dog. And the nightmare that caused Cleo to wake up in a cold sweat was all about a pale, toothy plumber(水暖工)who kept trying to fit a tap to her neck. Uncle Jeremiah sighed ? again. He trailed back to bed and buried his head under the pillow. Ant and Cleo settled down to watch The Great, Great Nephew of Frankenstein.
  65. The children were staying with Uncle Jeremiah . A. overnight B. at weekends C. several weeks D. permanently
  66. The children stayed up late to . A. play with Uncle Jeremiah B. watch horror movies C. watch creatures outside the window D. meet not-so-nice people
  67. When Cleo’s fur coat turned into a yeti she was . A. amused B. upset C. scared D. surprised
  68. What was Uncle Jeremiah’s attitude towards the children’s behaviour? A. Aggressive. B. Responsible. C. Critical. D. Helpless.
(B) How to Become a Police Officer If you think joining the force is the right choice for you, here is how you can prepare for a career in law enforcement. Rule: You must have a clean police record. If you have committed a crime in the past, you are not qualified to join the police force. Your application STOPS HERE! Preparation: Take courses in Business, Maths, Accounting, Computer Applications and Behavioural Sciences.
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Think about a period of military service. Two years in the armed forces is excellent mental and physical conditioning for police work. Maintain a good level of physical fitness. Those who have participated in school sports stand a better chance of success. Procedure: Pass a pre-entry lie detector test. Take the written exam for police officers. You can obtain information about the exam through your local police department. Take a personality test to assess your personal characteristics. For example, judgement, reliability and responsibility. Pass the physical examination. This usually includes tests for your eye-sight, hearing, strength and agility. Attend an interview with senior police officers.

  69. The underlined phrase “law enforcement” is closest in meaning to . A. making laws B. interpreting laws C. keeping law and order D. reforming laws and regulations
  70. If one wants to become a policeman, he MUST . A. serve in the army B. take some required courses C. be a law-observing citizen D. be a player in a sports team
  71. Before the applicants are
 

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