上海市重点中 上海市重点中学高三年级联考英语试卷 年级联考英语试卷 联考
满分:150分. 完成时间:120分钟。
I. Listening Comprehension Section A

(共 105 分)


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. On March
  2. B. On March
  3. C. On March
  5. D. On March
  2. A. At a cinema. B. At an airport. C. At a railway station. D. At a stadium.
  3. A. Old castles. B. Hunting games. C. A seaside holiday. D. At adventure.
  4. A. By bus. B. By underground. C. On foot. D. By bicycle.
  5. A. Go to the movies. B. See a doctor. C. Get some fruit. D. Stay at home.
  6. A. Car seller. B. Police officer. C. Detective. D. Reporter.
  7. A. Funny. B. Crazy. C. Amused. D. Pleased.
  8. A. They’d better not go riding. B. Riding a bike is a great idea. C. It’s not good riding in the rain. D. They can go riding half an hour later.
  9. A. There won’t be enough cups left. B. They’ve got plenty of cups. C. They’re buying what they need. D. They’ve got enough food for the picnic.
  10. A. He’s unable to finish his homework. B. He can’t give the woman his computer. C. He’s to remove the virus. D. He’s infected with some disease.
Section B Passages

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. Question 11 through 13 are based on the following passage.
  11. A. Some engineers. B. The landlord of the pub. C. The former employees. D. Some customers of the company.
  12. A. Three years ago. B. Five years ago. C. Last year. D. This year.
  13. A. Why a company lost its customers. B. Why a company went out of business. C. How a company went form bad to worse. D. How a company got out of its difficult situation. Questions 14 through 16 are based on the following passage.
  14. A. Physics. B. Chemistry. C. English Literature. D. Media Studies.
  15. A. More than 1
  44.000 B. About 147,5
  00. C.
  7.5% of all the test takers. D.
  4.6% of all the test takers.
  16. A. Few students avoid harder subjects.
B. Each subject has the same level of difficulty. C. Some subjects are more difficult than others. D. Pupils are important to the country’s development. Section C Longer Conversations 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. Taxi Order Form Name: Time: To: From: Phone Number: John Smith 5:30 a.m., 17, June 8th The 18 99 Kent Street, near Carlington 19 20
Complete the form. Write ONE WORD for each answer. Blanks 21 through 24 are based on the following conversation. What does the woman complain about? What does the man suggest the woman do first? Why is the engineer sent up? When is it suitable for the engineer to come? 21 She should 22 all the way to the right. He is 23 for maintaining buildings. 24 later.
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. When the pianist first changed his style in playing the piano, his father didn’t approve it. A. with B. for C. on D. of
  26. The Greens’ have been broken into three times in the last two years, resulting in their great loss. A. both B. any C. either D. all
  27. How long do you suppose it was he accomplished his novel? Not more than half a year, as I know. A. when B. before C. since D. that
  28. Rescuers for the missing people in the accident in the severe weather, and they say that they won’t give it up. A. searched B. have searched C. had searched D. have been searching

  29. You be deprived of the chance of attending the examination of the same kind in the next three years if you dare to cheat! A. can B. should C. shall D. may
  30. When she first invested in that industry, she was not sure whether she could gain any profit, ? A. was she B. did she C. didn’t she D. wasn’t she
  31. When Peter was reflecting on was taught in the Physics lesson that day, he found he didn’t understand a concept at all. A. which B. what C. where D. that
  32. The coach to his players the belief that one player without discipline could hurt the whole team. A. make this clear B. make it clear for C. make clear D. make it clear
  33. Every year, the annual school charity fair held in the hall to help the poor students in Hengjiang Middle school in Jiangxi Province is popular with teachers as well as students. A. designed B. having been designed C. to be designed D. being designed
  34. I rushed to the bookstore only that the last copy of the dictionary on sale had just been sold. A. to tell B. to have told C. to be told D. telling
  35. The boss is considering an employee who he considers qualified to further study abroad. A. to select, being B. selecting, being C. to select, to be D. selecting, to be
  36. More and more middle-aged people take extra vitamins in pill form, that these will keep them fit. A. believing B. believed C. believe D. to believe
  37. If you find it hard to work here, you’d better find another job working atmosphere is more relaxing. A. which B. that C. where D. when
  38. Coffee means to Parisians what tea means to Chinese. In fact, it is in the cafes everyone meets to discuss art, music and politics. A. where B. so that C. that D. which
  39. He never expected there such a crowd waiting for the author to sign his name. A. being B. to be C. to have D. having
  40. According to the rule, only under special circumstances to use teachers’ reference books. A. are students permitted B. permitted are students C. students are permitted D. are permitted students 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. objections F. depending B. impact G. advancing C. extended H. individual D. serve I. widespread E. techniques J. discourages
A recent study, while showing a generally positive attitude toward science, also suggests a 41 worry that it may be ‘running out of control’. This idea is dangerous. Science can be a force for evil as well as for good. Its applications can be channeled either way, 42 on our decisions. The decisions we make, personally or collectively, will determine the outcomes of science. But here is a real danger. Science is 43 so fast and is so strongly influenced
by businesses that we are likely to believe whatever decisions we come to will make little difference. And, rather than fighting for the best possible policies, we may step back and do nothing. Some people go even further. They say that despite the moral and legal 44, whatever is scientifically possible will be donesomewhere, sometime. They believe that science will get out of control in the end. This belief is dangerous too, because it fuels sense of hopelessness and 45 them from making efforts to build a safer world. In our interconnected world, the lack of agreement in and of the world of science can lead to the failure to control the use of science. Without a common understanding, the challenges of ‘controlling’ science in this century will be really tough. Take human cloning for example. Despite the general agreement among scientists on its possible huge 46 on traditional moral values, some countries still go ahead with the research and development of its related
  47. Therefore, discussions on how science is applied should be 48 far beyond scientific societies. Only through the united efforts of people with hope can we be fully safe against the misuse of science and can scientist best 49 mankind in the future
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. Testing has 50 teaching in most public schools. My own children’s school week is __51 by pretests, drills, tests and retests. They know that the best way to read a textbook is to look at the questions at the end of the chapter and then 52 the text for answers. I believe that my daughter Erica, who gets excellent marks, has 53 read a chapter of any of her school textbooks all the way through. And teachers are often heard to state proudly and openly that they teach to the mandated 训令的 state test. Teaching to the test is a curious phenomenon. 54 deciding what skills students ought to learn, helping students learn them, and then using some sensible methods of __55 to discover whether students have mastered the skills, teachers are encouraged to reverse the __
  56. First one looks a commercially available test. Then one distills 去除 the skills needed not to master reading, say , or math, but to do well on the test. Finally, the test skills are taught. The ability to read or write or calculate might imply the ability to do reasonably well in standardized tests. However, neither reading nor writing 57 simply through being taught to take tests. We must be careful to avoid __58 preparations for a test for the acquisition of the skill. Too many discussions of basic skills make this fundamental confusion because people are test obsessed rather than __59 with the nature and quality of what is taught. Recently many schools have faced what could be called the crisis of comprehension, or in simple 60, the phenomenon of students with phonic and grammar skills still being unable to understand what they read. These students are __61 of test taking and filling in workbooks and ditto 复制品 masters. However, they have 62 or no experience reading or thinking, and talking about what they read. They know the 63 but can’t see or understand the whole. They are taught to be so concerned with 64 that they have no time or ease of mind to think about meaning, and reread things if necessary.
  50. A. responded B. reversed C. replaced D. exchanged
  51. A. consisted B. made up C. composed D. framed
  52. A. look B. skim C. absorb D. study

  53. A. never
  54. A. Instead of
  55. A. approval
  56. A. project
  57. A. develops
  58. A. accusing
  59. A. focused
  60. A. terms
  61. A. qualified
  62. A. much
  63. A. references
  64. A. grade
B. frequently B. In addition to B. assessment B. access B. cultivates B. accounting B. concerned B. word B. able B. little B. procedures B. comprehension
C. regularly C. Even if C. statement C. policies C. adapts C. mistaking C. concentrated C. judgment C. suitable C. rich C. details C. progress
D. often D. Despite D. conclusion D. process D. enlarges D. considering D. fascinated D. treatment D. capable D. seldom D. reasons D. object
Section B Directions: Read the following three 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) During her childhood, Rachel Carson showed an interest in nature and in writing. After high school, she enrolled in Pennsylvania State College for Women, intending to become a writer. She switched to biology, however, thereby, setting the course of her life. Rachel went to Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore for further study and became a member of the zoology staff at the University of Maryland. For fifteen years, Rachel worked for the United States Fish and Wildlife Service, writing and editing publications. Fortunately, her employer encouraged her to reach a large audience. Rachel’s poetic style of writing in three books about the ocean caught the imagination of the general reader. Her rare talent as both a physical scientist and a gifted writer earned her the Notional Book Award for The Sea Around US. Rachel’s next book marked her as a leading conservationist and a crudader 努力消除公害的人) for ( the preservation of the natural environment. She began writing Silent Spring, knowing that she would be personally attacked and laughed at. She continued writing despite the ill health that slowed her progress. Upon completing the book, she wrote to a close friend, ‘ I have felt bound by a solemn obligation to do what I could if I didn’t at least try, I could never again be happy in nature. But now I can believe I



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