年高考模拟考试英 卢湾区 2010 年高考模拟考试英 语 试 卷
第 I 卷(共 105 分)
英语试卷 听力部分
I. Listening comprehension Section A
Directions: 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 question 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. A. By car. B. By air. C. By train. D. By coach.
  2. A. Teacher and student. C. Doctor and patient. A. At 5:
  30. B. At 6:
  00. B. Father and daughter. D. Guide and tourist. C. At. 7:
  10. D. At 7:

A. The danger of the sea. C. The feelings of the fish.
B. The colours of the fish. D. The protection of the fish.

A. She wants to buy a new computer. B. She wants to know more about computers. C. She is unwilling to listen to the man. D. She believes what the man is talking about. A. He was careless. C. He was drawing at the moment. A. In October. B. He was in a hurry. D. He was drunk. D. In November.


B. In December. C. In September.

A. The woman is traveling abroad. B. The man used to travel abroad alone. C. The woman has a wonderful experience traveling abroad. D. The man’s family is staying abroad now. A. At a theatre. B. At a restaurant. C. At a hospital. D. At a gas station. B. Because she drives too slowly. D. Because she is always in a rush.

  10. A. Because she hasn’t shown up. C. Because she is very rude to him.
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.
  11. A. Home repair. C. Letter delivery.
  12. A. $
  13. A. S pot cleaner. C. 15% discount. B. $
  69.95 B. Food delivery. D. Carpet cleaning. C. $
  39.95 B. Easier life. D. A nice doggie. D. $
Questions 14 through 16 are based on the following passage.
  14. A. To gather his forces. B. To stick to his interest and overcome obstacles. C. To be most persevering. D. To keep his hope and plan from passing away.
  15. A. They are good at waiting for opportunities. B. They realize their dreams by using what they’ve been given. C. They keep working hard and never give up. D. They succeed by trying to gain all the stuff they need.
  16. A. Employing defeats wisely. B. Avoiding defeats desperately. C. Seeking defeats always. D. Bearing defeats only.
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 hear. Write your answers on your answer sheet. Blanks 17 through 20 are based on the following conversation. Name Room Number Type of the room Cost of the night Feature of the room James Wood Room 15 on the 17 floor A 18 room $ 19 It 20 the sea.
Complete the form. Write ONE WORD for each answer. Blanks 21 through 24 are based on the following conversation. Can the woman communicate in English without too much difficulty? What’s the woman’s present occupation? What are the woman’s strengths? What will the woman do if a passenger can’t understand her? Yes, she thinks she can 21 and she’s just got the certificate. She is
  22. Her friendliness, open-minded attitude and
  23. She will speak in another 24 or draw pictures. language,
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 an swer that best completes the sentence.
  25. They chatted coffee about their experience as volunteers during the charity. A. over B. on C. to D. with
  26. ? Did you watch the football match last night? ? Yes, that’s a most close one, and eventually neither could defeat . A. both B. the other C. another D. each
  27. The price of the flat now is that last year. A. as twice high as B. twice more expensive than C. as high as twice D. twice the amount of
  28. So far no life has been found outside the earth, but while some scientists are actively searching for living things in outer space, others firmly believe there . A. mustn’t be B. may not be C. can’t be D. won’t be
  29. Such great achievements so far that many friends abroad can hardly believe that. A. has China made B. China has made C. does China make D. are made in China
  30. As is known to us all, the opening ceremony of the Shanghai World Expo, theme is “Better City, Better Life”, will begin on May 1st, 20
  10. A. which B. its C. that D. whose

  31. Our community appears more beautiful with green grass and colourful flowers here and there. A. grow B. to grow C. growing D. having grown
  32. Wife a big dinner when Husband was aware of their eighth wedding anniversary that day. A. was still preparing B. had hardly prepared C. did carefully prepare D. would eagerly prepare
  33. The problem of carbon emission at Copenhagen Summit has aroused the public’s wide concern. A. discussed B. having been discussed C. being discussed D. to be discussed
  34. A major issue was put forward by some representatives at the conference the teachers in the remote areas were underpaid. A. whether B. at which C. where D. that
  35. The customers objected unfairly in the course of shopping. A. to be treated B. their being treated C. to being treated D. having been treated

  36. ? Where’s your assignment? ? A. I had already handed it in. C. It’d been handed in.
B. It was handed in. D. It’s been handed in.

  37. The traffic in Shanghai will be blocked and people will come to blows the government plans in advance. A. as long as B. unless C. even if D. since
  38. It was the A/N1H1 epidemic spread almost throughout the country promoted the research and production of the flu vaccine. A. that…that B. that…which C. what…that D. that…what
  39. He was disappointed he had learned from books quite differed from his actual life. A. what B. that C. which D. how
  40. The athletes, especially the winners, should remain modest rapid progress they’ve made. A. however B. how much C. whatever D. no matter Section B
Directions: Complete the following passage by using the words in the box. Each word can only be used once. Note that there is one word more than you need. A. major F. surprisingly B. determined G. impressed C. promotion H. questions D. prosperous I. cooperation E. stressed J. increasingly
Barack Obama has been a hit in China. Apart from holding talks with Chinese leaders, the president 41 the Chinese with a lively question-and-answer session with college students. In fact, he is the first U.S. president to visit China inside his first year in office. “The United States insists we do not seek to contain China’s rise,” he told Chinese students in Shanghai. “On the contrary, we welcome China as a strong and 42 and successful member of the community of nations.” The U.S.-China relationship has opened the door to partnerships on 43 global concerns including economic recovery, clean energy, climate change, and the 44 of peace and beyond, he added. Indeed, given these pressing issues, China and the United States have 45 found their future linked together. They discovered that the largest developing nation and the most powerful industrialized country have to work in concert. Obama’s visit to China on November 15-18 highlighted the complexity of arguably the most important bilateral (双边) relationship in the world. Moreover, for all their differences and disagreements, Beijing and Washington are 46 to manage their relations in a way that will contribute to world peace and development. Obama kicked off his first state visit to China in the country’s financial and economic centre, Shanghai, where he held a “town hall” meeting with more than 500 Chinese students. The one-hour discussion, during which Obama took 47 ranging from antiterrorism to recipes for success with his signature charisma (领袖魅力), was broadcast live on the websites. He 48 that young people could help build bridges in U.S.-China 49 ? a process that he said must grow beyond the two countries’ governments to take root in the people.
III. Reading Comprehension Section A
Directions: For each blank in the following passages there are four words or phrases marked A, B, C and D. Fill in each blank with the word or phrase that best fits the context. Micheal Scofield has won fans all over the world. The star of the hit show Prison Break is kind, clever and good-looking. But what about the man 50 the character? Wentworth Miller, the 35-year-old actor who plays Sc ofield, is a hard guy to
  51. He does not come from a traditional background and doesn’t 52 a traditional path. Miller didn’t take a 53 road to fame and fortune. He graduated from Princeton University in 1995 with a degree in English, not a degree in theatre or film. He didn’t even act when he was in college. His only 54 experience was in his
university’s well-known singing group. Yet, at graduation, Miller still decided to make the 55 to Hollywood. Miller has always been
  56. Although he is American, he was born in Britain when his father was studying there. His family background is a 57 of cultures. “My father is black and my mother is white. That means I have always been caught in the middle. I could be 58 one, which can make you feel out of place,” Miller says. Following his unusual path, Miller did not start trying out for films and TV shows when he got to Hollywood. 59, he worked as a production assistant. Not what you would 60 from a Princeton graduate. However, it all paid off for Miller
  61. Working on production side, he learned a lot about what makes a good
  62. In 2002, Miller played a role in the drama Dinotopia. He starred as a shy man. The producers 63 his performance when they were making Prison Break two years later. With a golden globe nomination (金球奖提名) and another season of Prison Break under his belt, Miller seems ready to 64 all of Hollywood.
  64. A. beside A. talk with A. go A. direct A. graduation A. role A. strange A. mixture A. other A. Moreover A. respect A. in the end A. film A. recognized A. take up B. behind B. go after B. walk B. special B. performance B. move B. outstanding B. result B. either B. Therefore B. make B. in particular B. actor B. made B. take over C. outside C. get along with C. follow C. wide C. production C. decision C. different C. mystery C. another C. Instead C. indicate C. as a whole C. drama C. recorded C. turn up D. after D. figure out D. step D. correct D. education D. movie D. successful D. representative D. the other D. Finally D. expect D. as a result D. guy D. remembered D. turn over
Section B
Directions: Read the following four passages. Each passage is followed by several questions or unfinished statements. For each of them there are four choices marked A, B, C and D. Choose the one that fits best according to the information given in the passage you have just read. (A) In a new study, 186 four-year-old kids were given regular carrots and, on other lunch days, they were given the same vegetables renamed X-ray Vision Carrots. On the latter days, they ate nearly twice as many.
The study suggests the influence of these names might persist. Children continued to eat about 50 percent more carrots even on the days when they were no longer labeled as anything special. The research, funded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, was presented at the annual meeting of the School Nutrition Association in Washington, D.C.. “Cool names can make for cool foods,” said the lead author Brian Wansink of Cornell University. “Whether it be ‘power peas’ or ‘dinosaur broccoli trees’, giving a food a fun name makes kids think it will be more fun to eat. And it seems to keep working ? even the next day,” Wansink said. Similar results have been found with adults. A restaurant study showed that when the Seafood Filet was changed to Romantic Hawaii, sales increased 28 percent and taste rating increased by 12 percent. “Same food, but different expectations, and a different experience,” said Wansink, author of “Mindless Eating: Why We Eat More Than We Think.” The study was conducted in pre-schools, but the researchers believe the same naming tricks can work with children at home. “I’ve been usi ng this with my kids,” said researcher Collin Payne, “Whatever sparks(激发) their imagination seems to spark their appetite.”
  65. Those four-year-old kids ate when the carrots were renamed X-ray Vision Carrots. A. twice more carrots C. about 50 percent more carrots A. power peas C. fun names of food B. nearly



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