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2015-2016学年高考版5月刊答案及听力录音文字

 

A1 新闻

词义猜测 ABAA

翻译

1. 百度这家互联网巨头公司被指控将盈利放在首位而置人们于其后。此前,一位21岁的学生使用百度搜索引擎找到了不起作用的癌症治疗方式,最后死亡。

2. 52日,在愈加高涨的公愤中,百度被全国媒体讨伐,因为百度在它的搜索结果中为一些可能不可靠的医疗做广告,以换取金钱。

3. 1月份,网民们怒斥百度公司,因为它把为血友病患者运营在线群的权利卖给了一家公司,这家公司随后在群里发布了不可靠的医疗建议。

 

A3 主题阅读1

Fast reading:

1-5 CCBDD

After reading:

I. 1-5 BDACA 

II. 1) Tall people are happier with their lives than short people.

2) Because he had a dream to become an NBA basketball coach.

3) He was only 19 when he graduated from Virginia Tech after just 3 years and he’s 6 fit 9 in. tall.

4) mood

 

A4 主题阅读2

Fast reading:

1-5 BDBDC

After reading:

I.1-5 CBBDD

II. 1) Because under new reforms, students will need to undergo three years of junior level secondary education and another three years of senior level secondary education .

2) Chinese, English, Maths and Liberal Studies.

3) Ng says teaching Chinese as a second-language programme attracts more applicants than there are places.

 

 

B1 听力

模拟训练一

1-5 DCBAD  6-10 ABBBB  11-13  CDA  14-16 BCD

17. complain    18.  66704032   19.  Portugal   20.  cousin

21. caught fire   22. property insurance            23. a fire cracker           25. Next month

听力原文:

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 (he question you have heard. 

1.       W: When can I have my car back?

   M: It is hard to say. The damage is beyond repair and we might change the engine.

   Q: Where does this conversation most probably take place?

 

2.       W: It usually takes 15 minutes to get to the cinema.

M: It’s about 10 o’clock. The movie is to begin in half an hour.

Q: When does the film begin?

 

3.  M: Do you want the door open or closed?

   W: I’d prefer some privacy if possible. I have to talk to Tom and tell him my opinion about his failure.

Q: What does the woman mean?

 

4. W: Mr. White, here is the text book you asked us to buy, right?

  M: I am afraid you have wasted your money. This is not the latest edition.

  Q: What did the girl do?

 

5. W: I often mistake Peterson for Jack. How can you tell them apart?

  M: They are so alike that even their mother sometimes feel confused when they were young.

  Q: What is the possible relationship between Peterson and Jack?

 

6. W: What a shame about your accident! What a way to end your holiday!

  M: Yes. It was bad luck. I should have been more careful.

  Q: What are they talking about?

 

7. M: Have you got everything needed?

  W: I am still looking for some flour. It is required in the recipe.

  Q: Where are the couple?

 

8. W: I have been having a pain in my stomach for the last week. It has been so bad that I have been off work for two weeks.

   M: I see. Let me check it first.

  Q: What is the man?

 

9. W: Oh dear, none of my clothes fit me well now.

  M: Take it easy. Nothing is better than expecting a new family member.

  Q: What can we learn from the conversation?

 

10. W: I still can't get over the horrible scene in the movie. It is always haunting me in the dream.

   M: So next time you walk into a theatre, make sure you know what you are going to see beforehand.

   Q: What can we learn from the conversation?

 

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.

    As Internet users become more dependent on the Internet to store information, do people remember less? Experts are wondering if the Internet is changing what we remember and how.

    In a recent study, Professor Betsy Sparrow conducted some experiments. She and her research team wanted to know if the Internet is changing memory. In the first experiment, they gave people 40 unimportant facts to type into a computer. The first group of people understood that the computer would save the information. The second group understood that the computer would not save it. Later, the second group remembered the information better. People in the first group knew they could find the information again, so they did not try to remember it.

In another experiment, the researchers gave people facts to remember, and told them where to find the information on the Internet. The information was in a specific computer folder. Surprisingly, people later remember the folder location better than the facts. When people use the Internet, they do not remember the information. Rather, they remember how to find it.

According to Sparrow, we are not becoming people with poor memories as a result of the Internet. Instead, people are learning how to organize huge quantities of information so that they are able to access it at a later date. This doesn't mean we are becoming either more or less intelligent, but there is no doubt that the way we use memory is changing.

Questions:

11. What can we learn about the first experiment?

12. What is the conclusion of the second experiment?

13. What is the effect of the Internet according to Sparrow's research?

 

Questions 14 through 16 are based on the following passage.

Inspired by statistics blaming human error for most accidents, Japanese car makers are designing "intelligent" cars that can almost drive themselves on the high way.

The systems are designed to reduce human tiredness and the mistakes that often result. This kind of support is what drivers need most in a country with some of the most crowded roads in the world. That is why it should not be surprising that Japan is leading the race to make cars smarter.

To provide a safer ride, Japanese automakers are turning to technologies like laser radar and machine vision to replace tired eyes and wondering minds. The system tracks the car ahead, and slows down or speed up the car automatically to keep a safer distance in highway traffic.

An even smarter system is coming from Honda. Called Honda Intelligent Driver Support, it "sees" the road through a tiny camera on the windshield and helps steer the car down the middle of lane. A computer picks out lines on the highway surface and touches the car's steering wheel in the right direction. Honda got approval in March to start testing the system on the highway and says it will arrive in showrooms in the near future.

Questions:

14. Why is Japan taking the lead in making cars smarter?

15. Which is not a feature of the smarter system developed by Honda?

16. What is the main idea of the passage?

 

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 have heard. Write your answers on your answer sheet.

Blanks 17 through 20 are based on the following conversation

W: Hello, this is T&N Telephone Company. What can I do for you?

M: Is this the complaint department?

W: Yes. Go ahead please.

M: Good, I want to complain about the bill last month. I can’t believe my eyes when I received the bill. The figures on the bill were beyond imagination. Are the rates going up? I think there might be a mistake.

W: Wait a minute please. Could you tell me your telephone number please? So that I can check it for you.

M: It is 66704032.

W: Hold on please. Well, it seems that the billing is right. You seemed to have made a phone call to a foreign country last month.

M: What is the exact number then? I don’t think I have made a long-distance call.

W: The country code is 00351. I think that is Portugal.

M: Oh, then it must have been my wife who called her cousin there. Thank you for your help. I’ll check it out myself. Thank you very much and I am sorry for bothering you.

W: It is OK. Thank you for calling.

 

Blanks 21 through 24 are based on the following conversation.

M: Hi, Margret. I am surprised to see you here. I thought you were away in Africa on holiday.

W: Yes, I planned to. But unfortunately, my house caught fire last weekend. So I had to stay here.

M: I am sorry to hear that. Did you buy property insurance?

W: Luckily, I did. But I still have to contact the insurance company and fill in a lot of forms.

M: How did the accident happen? Did you find out the cause of it?

W: A fire cracker flew into my yard and set the grass on fire. I am out in the supermarket doing some shopping, otherwise I might have stopped this tragedy.

M: What about your holiday?

W: Oh, I called the airline company and had my flight schedule changed. I will start my journey next month.

M: I hope everything will be settled then.

 

 

模拟训练二

1- 10  BDABA  6-10 CDCDC   11- 13   BDB  14-16 DCC

17. website     18. summer                 19. instruction     20. smithcomputer@fudan.edu

21. location of stores    22. made a questionnaire    23. the service    24. policies and procedures

听力原文:

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 (he question you have heard. 

1. M: Jane, how to pronounce this word?

  W: It is rarely used in French. I have to look it up in the dictionary.

  Q: What does the woman mean?

 

2. M: Why don’t you go with me to a big city? Maybe we can have a very comfortable life there.

  W: I was born here, my elderly parents here love me so deeply and I love living here.

  Q: What does the man want the woman to do?

 

3. M: I can't decide whether to buy an iPad or to repair my laptop.

  W: Portable devices are convenient and laptop is out of date. Why waste money on that?

  Q: What does the woman suggest?

 

4. W: Would you like me to drive you to the station?

  M: Don't bother. It is only a few minutes' walk.

  Q: What will the man probably do?

 

5. W: I like these chairs. How much are they?

  M: They are sixty dollars each and one hundred dollars for the pair.

  Q: How much does one chair cost?

 

6. M: Did you hear the announcement?

  W: Yes, but I could hardly believe my ears!

  Q: What does the woman imply about the announcement?

 

7. M: Most of the girls in this class are tall for their age. Among them, who is the tallest one?

  W: Mary is shorter than Joanna and Kate, who are both shorter than May.

  Q: Who is the tallest?

 

8. M: We are thinking of cutting this tree down. Would you mind?

  W: I would rather you didn't. I like having it to look at. And it provides shade for our garden.

  Q: What is the woman's opinion?

 

9. M: Fairly mild for this time of the year.

  W: Yes, quite different from the forecast.

  Q: What are they talking about?

 

10. W: Tina was extremely disappointed. She was expecting Bob to bring fresh fish for tonight's dinner.

   M: Too bad, but nobody dares to go out fishing when the waves are so high like today.

   Q: What can we learn from the conversation?

 

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.

    The Man Booker Prize for Fiction is awarded every year for a novel written by a writer from the Commonwealth or the Republic of Ireland and it aims to represent the very best in contemporary fiction. Publishers can submit books for consideration of the prize, but the judges can also ask for books to be submitted if they think these books should be included.

    An Advisory Committee give advice if there have been any changes to the rules for the prize and selects the people who will judge the books. The judging group changes every year and usually a person is only a judge once. Great efforts are made to ensure that the judging group is balanced in terms of gender and professions within the industry, so that a writer, a critic, an editor and a professor are chosen along with a well-known person from wider society. However, when the judges have been finalized, they are left to make their own decisions without any further involvement or interference from the prize sponsor. The influence of the prize is such that the winner will almost certainly see the sales increase considerably, in addition to the £50,000 that comes with the prize.

Questions:

11. Who can submit the books for consideration of the Man Booker Prize?

12. Which of the following statements is not true?

13. What is the influence of the Man Book Prize?

 

Questions 14 through 16 are based on the following passage.

  Sports account for a growing amount of income made on the sales of commercial time by television companies. Many television companies have used sports to attract viewers from particular sections of the general public, and then they have sold audiences to advertisers.

  An attraction of sport programs for the major U.S. media companies is that events are often held on Saturday and Sunday afternoons. These are the slowest time periods of the week for general television viewing. Sport events are the most popular weekend programs, especially among male viewers who may not watch much television at other times during the week. This means the television networks are able to sell advertising time at relatively high prices during what normally would be dead time for programming.

  The people in the advertising departments of major corporations realize that sports attract male viewers. They also realize that most business travelers are men and that many men make family decisions on the purchases of computers, cars and life insurance.

  Golf and tennis are special cases for television programming. These sports attract few viewers, and the ratings are unusually low. However, the audience for these sports is attractive to certain advertisers. It is made up of people from the highest income groups in the United States, including many lawyers and business managers. This is why television reporting of golf and tennis is sponsored by companies selling high-priced cars, business and personal computer, and holiday trips. With such viewers, these programs don't need high ratings to stay on the air.

Questions:

14. Which of the following statements about weekend sport programs is true?

15. Why are the ratings not important for golf and tennis programs?           .

16. What is the passage mainly about?

 

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 have heard. Write your answers on your answer sheet.

Blanks 17 through 20 are based on the following conversation.

M: Hi, Nancy. I would like to have a discussion with you. Do you have a minute?

W: Yes, I just finished my class. I don't have another one until this afternoon.

M: Good. I have just heard a piece of good news. The computer center sent me an email, saying that they are looking for students to help them with the construction of the school websites. Are you interested in the project? It will start this summer.

W: Sounds interesting, but my knowledge of computer is pretty limited.

M: It doesn't matter. They are looking for two assistants to do the job, both under the instruction from Professor Smith. He will be in charge of the project. Besides, they are paying good money.

W: Great. I can learn a lot from Smith. This is such a precious opportunity. Could you give me contact means?

M: Sure. Try sending an email to smithcomputer@fdu.edu.

 

Blanks 21 through 24 are based on the following conversation.

W: Mr. Hanks. May I have a word with you?

M: Sure, Maggie. What's up?

W: You see, to promote our coffee products, I have done some marketing research and I desperately need your opinions now.

M: Yeah, I saw your report about analysis into the success of Starbucks. You mentioned that the location of stores is their key to success, right?

W: Yes. This is the first essential idea we should have when mapping out our own strategy. I have also made a questionnaire to learn more facts about our potential customers' needs.

M: Good job. Have you reached any conclusion?

W: Well, it seems that customers care more about the service of a cafe than the quality of coffee beans and milk etc.

M: What's your follow-up plan then?

W: Staff training. Could you give me some advice?

M: I am glad to help. Maybe the most important thing is to get them familiar with our company's employee handbook. All the policies and procedures are clearly stated there.

W: Ok. I will personally take care of it.

 

B2-3 语法

模拟训练一

(A) 1. how  2. an  3. hit  4. overcome  5. why  6. was struck  7. to hear  8. It

(B) 9. can  10. will be welcomed/is welcomed  11. began  12. as  13. that  14. which

15. earlier16. popping

模拟训练二

(A) 1. to have been killed  2. so  3. Though/Although  4. whether/if  5. that

6. had been bombed  7. Guessing  8. where

(B) 9. accompanied  10. think  11. but  12. because/as  13. updated  14. everything/all

15. are not enriching  16. Once/If

模拟训练三

(A) 1. a  2. most negative  3. why  5. before  5. what  6. which  7. where  8. yourself

(B) 9. had lived  10. nothing  11. was reached  12. as if  13. to see  14. earned

15. killed  16. listening

模拟训练四

(A) 1. having  2. to cut  3. regardless of  4. would never come  5. fed  6. until

7. could/would  8. was released

(B) 9. According to  10. when  11. what  12. devoted  13. have shown  14. more aware

15. such as  16. which

模拟训练五

(A) 1. more  2. to be held  3. that  4. but  5. when  6. prepared  7. had to  8. Despite

(B) 9. to convey  10. Where  11. confusing  12. though/although  13. are given  14. nothing

15. unless  16. imposing

模拟训练六

(A) 1. for  2. it  3. being looked  4. exposed  5. better  6. until  7. has been strengthened

8. will continue

(B) 9. consists  10. whoever  11. that  12. had climbed  13. instead of  14. enduring

15. themselves  16. to reach

 

B4-5 词汇

(A)  1-5 IBGKH           6-10 DECFJ

(B)  1-5 DIABG           6-10 JCFEK

(C)  1-5 IBDFA            6-10 GKCHE

(D)  1-5 HAGFB           6-10 DJCEI

(E)  1-5 HBAJF            6-10 IKCGE

(F)   1-5 IBAFD            6-10 KGCJH

(G)  1-5 ACIBG            6-10 DFKEH

(H)  1-5 GCKAF           6-10 BIDHE

(I)   1-5 BFJCH            6-10 GEKID

(J)   1-5 KJFHD           6-10 EAGBC

 

 

B6-7 完形填空

(A) 1-5 CBDAB    6-10 DAACD   11-15 BDABC

(B) 1-5 BCACD    6-10 ABACD   11-15 DCBAB

(C) 1-5 BCADA    6-10 DCABA   11-15 CDDBC

(D) 1-5 BDCAA    6-10 CBCDD   11-15 BDABA

(E) 1-5 ACCDB    6-10 AADCB   11-15 DBDAC

(F) 1-5 ABDAD    6-10 CBCAB   11-15 DCBAB

 

B8-9 阅读

(A) 1-4   CBDC

(B)1-4     BBBC

(C) 1-4  ABCB

(D) 1-4         DDBA

(E) 1-4  CBBB

(F)

1. much petroleum is required to manufacture and transport plastic bottles.

2. in emergencies and no drinks with few calories are available

3. Few dustbins available to collect bottles, and the existing laws exclude plastic water bottles./ (Most grocery stores don’t redeem used plastic water bottles.)

4. people should drink fresh tap water instead of bottled water

 

B10 翻译

1. We firmly believe that this hi-tech product will be accepted one day because facts speak louder than words.

2. I finally won the lottery I had always dreamed of. Never before in all my life had I had such luck.

3. The youth all admire the brave soldiers, who never show any fears in face of danger.

4. All was ready for the celebration, and all were eager to have a crazy time.

5. To people’s great sadness, none of the passengers or the crew survived the air crash.

6. To save the endangered rare animals, an ambitious international program has been launched.

7. The lecture must have been very interesting, for the lecturer spoke for two hours with all the audience listening attentively.

8. It’s no use arguing with him. You are actually arguing with a stone wall and he won’t listen to anyone else’s points of view.

9. Because of motels’ convenience and economical prices, it is easy to understand why they are so popular with Americans.

10. Though we hate him making such a serious mistake, we have to help him and want him to know it is never too late to mend.

11. Where there is no light pollution, in the night thousands of stars can be seen twinkling in the sky.

12. After many years of diligence and perseverance, she has set up in business her status as an excellent fashion designer.

13. In my opinion, all of the people should be brave enough to show our disapproval and criticism when meeting with something unfair.

14. We are born equal, so I don’t see any reason for feeing superior or inferior.

15. Our path in life will not always be smooth, but we know the saying “Where there is a will, there’s a way”.

16. When cherry flowers blossom every year, Wuhan University is so attractive that a great number of tourists pour in.

17. One cannot be exposed to great pressure all the time, or his health will become endangered.

18. He hadn’t meant to offend anyone, but his sharp comments made everyone present restless.

19. In the near future, smart homes could keep an eye on elderly people and allow them to be more independent.

20. What made people unbelievable was how he could cover a distance of 300 km on food when he was almost blind.

 

B11-13 模拟试卷

1-5 BABDB   6-10 CDAAB        11-13 BAC         14-16 ADD

17. advertisement  18. Twenty-three   19. secretary   20. manager

21. 147 miles  22. his driving license   23. Airport Shuttle Bus  24. 50 pounds

25. than  26. stored  27. an  28. It  29. If  30. will live/will have lived  31. for  32. could

33. crossed  34. having reached  35. to have died  36. which   37. biggest   38. as well as  39. because of    40. until

41-50 DAHGKIFCEJ

51-65  CBBAA     BBDCB   ACCAD

66-77  BCAD  BADA  DCBD

78. An organization of more than 200 individuals.

79. Structuring smaller organizations and building direct personal relationships.

80. seemed to be more difficult / less satisfying

81. the close social networks / the free flow of information / the causal communication

Translation

1. The welfare and working conditions of the company are far from satisfying.

2. The teacher asked her a question so suddenly that she was at a loss for answer/ at a loss how to answer it. //The teacher caught her off guard and asked her a question; she was …

3. The movie released/produced recently is meant to arouse people's concern about/attention to the psychological problems of suspects.

4. Because of (the) increasingly serious environmental pollution, the government is appealing to (the) citizens to deal with the used batteries appropriately/properly.

5. Hardly had the ancient city (relics) been discovered at the bottom of the lake when some scientists and architects rushed there to make a field research/make a research on the spot.

听力原文

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 (he question you have heard. 

1. M: Is it necessary to leave the gifts in the stockings?

W: Of course. It will give kids a good mood and lasting memory.

Q: When does this conversation probably take place?

 

2. M: Open wide! Now show me where it hurts.

W: Here on the bottom, especially when I bite into something cold.

Q: What is the man?                

 

3. M: How can you manage to control the total cost of your travelling?

W: Oh, I always choose those budget airlines. It can greatly reduce the total cost even if you travel to a far place like Sweden.

Q: What is the woman's suggestion?

 

4. M: It is three now and the train leaves in half an hour. We still have time for a cup of coffee.

W: Why not buy a magazine? We have to spend a long time on the train.

Q: What does the woman suggest they should go now?

 

5. M:The book for this week is fantastic. I have read this Nobel prize winner, The Old Man and Sea, for many times.
W: Yes, me too. Every time I think of the story, I can't help but feel sympathetic for the ending of the story.
Q: Where probably is the conversation taking place?

 

6. M: From here, the mountains look as if you could just reach out and touch them.
W: That’s why I chose this house. It has one of the best views in North Europe.
Q: What is the woman’s chief consideration in choosing the house?

 

7. M: It took me only half an hour to finish the exam. But the result was terrible.

W: You should know that “More haste, less speed.”

Q: What does the woman mean?

 

8. M: Do you know the conclusion about the investigation into the crash?

W: Yes, the final conclusion, made after recovering the black box was that the pilot decided to take his life along with all the passengers and crew.

QWhat can we infer from the passage?

 

9. M: I’m thinking about where to go for a bite tonight. Any suggestions, Barbara?
W: Well, how about the French restaurant near the KFC? Frankly, I’ve had enough of our canteen food.
Q: What do we learn about the woman?

 

10. M: Hey, why can’t you use earphones? I’m preparing for the speech contest.
W: Oh, sorry. I didn’t realize I’ve being bothering you all this time.
Q: What is the woman probably doing?

 

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.

Honey from the African forest is not only a kind of natural sugar, it is also delicious. Most people, and many animals, like eating it. However, the only way for them to get that honey is to find a wild bees' nest and take the honey from it. Often, these nests are high up in trees, and it is difficult to find them. In parts of Africa, though, people and animals looking for honey have a strange and unexpected helper - a little bird called a honey guide.

When it finds a suitable nest, it looks for someone to help it. The honey guide gives a loud cry that attracts the attention of both passing animals and people. Once it has their attention, it flies through the forest, waiting from time to time for the curious animal or person as it leads them to the nest. When they finally arrive at the nest, the follower reaches in to get at the delicious honey as the bird patiently waits and watches. Some of the honey, and the wax, always falls to the ground, and this is when the honey guide takes its share.

Scientists do not know why the honey guide is very determined in its efforts to get it. The birds seem to be able to smell wax from a long distance away. They will quickly arrive whenever a beekeeper is taking honey from his beehives, and will even enter churches when beeswax candles are being lit.

Questions

11. Why is it difficult to find a wild bees' nest?

12. In what way is the honey guide special?

13. Which of the following is NOT true?

 

Questions 14 through 16 are based on the following passage.

Ashley Power’s mother bought a computer for her when she was eight. When she was thirteen, she was surfing the Internet regularly, but she couldn’t find anywhere for teenagers to meet and talk. And one day she thought, “If I had my own website, I’d make it a really interesting site for teenagers.”

So, when Ashley was sixteen, she launched her own website, called Goosehead. She had no idea how big a success it would be, but three years later, the site was the most successful teen site in the USA! It was getting 100,000 hits every day, and Ashley had about 30 employees.

 After a few years, the website closed down. Then Ashley, who lives in Los Angeles, was asked to write a book called The Goosehead Guide to Life. The book is about how to design a website and start a business. It begins with a section called “All About Ashley,” where Ashley tells readers what it is like to be the boss of a company when you are only sixteen. “ I was so happy. But it was crazy in a lot of ways. I got very stressed. I mean, I was only sixteen — I didn’t even have a car! If you were sixteen and you had your own company, you’d be stressed, too"

 In an interview Ashley gave advice to teenagers who wanted to start their own business, “Just be strong and have your dreams and work hard at them. And don’t listen when people tell you you can’t do it, because I heard ‘no’ a lot. Just keep going until you hear ‘yes’!”

Questions

14. For what purpose did Ashley create GooseHead?

15. How old was Ashley when she hired 30 employees?

16. According to Ashley, what is it like to be the boss of a company when one is only 16?

 

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 have heard. Write your answers on your answer sheet.

Blanks 17 through 20 are based on the following conversation.

W: Good morning, I am calling about the job that was in the newspaper advertisement last night.
M: Oh yes, what did exactly is it that interests you about the job

W: Well, I thought it was just right for me.
M: Really, en, could you tell me a little about yourself

W: Yes, I am twenty- three, I’ve been working abroad.

M: Where exactly have you been working?

W: In Germany.

M: Oh, Germany, and what were you doing there?
W: Secretarial work, previous to that, I was at university. The University of Manchester. I’ve got a degree in English.

M: Do you have any special reason for wanting to come back?

W: I thought it would be nice to be near to the family.

M: I see and how do you see yourself developing in this job?
W: Well, I am ambitious. I do hope that my career in secretary will lead me eventually into management.

M: I see. I know the basic information and I look forward to receiving your written application a day or two.

W: OK.

 

Blanks 21 through 24 are based on the following passage.
W: Hello, this is London Airport Transport Information Service Center. Can I help you?
M: Oh yes, I need to get to a town called Milton. Is it far from here

W: Well, in fact, it is 147 miles to be exact. You can rent a car from us.

M: I got my driving license only one week ago and I am not familiar with the roads here. So I prefer public transport.
W: Ok. In that case, the most comfortable and quickest is a cab and of course there are always plenty available.

M: That will be beyond my budget for such a long distance. Do I have other options?

W: Yes, there is the Airport Shuttle Bus to Milton and it would be 15 pounds one way or 25 pounds return.

M: Sounds great.

W: Bear in mind that there are only two departures a day--8 am and 3 pm. It goes directly from the airport to the City Center in Milton and it is pretty fast. But you do need to reserve a ticket?

M: Ok, I will buy two return tickets for my wife and me on June 2nd. Is it possible to make a booking right now? Through you? Do you offer delivery service?

W: Yes, we offer door-to-door delivery service and it is free of charge. Would you please leave your hotel address here?

M: Sure.

 

 

B14-16 模拟试卷二

Listening Comprehension:

1-5DCACB   6-10 DDDBB    11-13 BCA             14-16 ACD

17. Perkins            18. Greece             19. August                    20. Safe

21. on her own                                                 22. attend the kindergarten

23. flexible time schedule                                  24. relevant experience

II. Grammar and Vocabulary

Section A

25. how                        26. happier                   27. to enjoy                  28. that

29. Another                  30. in                           31. when                      32. can

33. when                      34. getting                    35. serving                   36. will be sent

37. expected                 38. have found                     39. the                         40. through

Section B

41-50 KHADIBEJGC

III. Reading Comprehension

Section A

51-65 CADDA CDCBA CDBAC

Section B

66-69 DBBC          70-73 CDBB                        74-77 BDAD

Section C

78. It doesn’t advance children’s learning effectively.

79. reinforce learning instead of assessing it / don’t assess what students know, but reinforce it

80. We recall information better when working hard to understand it.

81. deal with different kinds of situations or problems

II   

I. Translation

1.         As long as we don’t lose heart, we will eventually overcome the temporary difficulty.

2.         He is equal to me in skill and experience, so either of us is likely to win the championship.

3.         The research lab claimed yesterday to have found the connection between local soil pollution and the death of trees.

4.         No one opposed the proposal that the star be named after the distinguished scientist in memory of the great contribution he made to space research.

5.         A lot of people in poverty were infected with the deadly disease, so the experienced doctor of honour volunteered to serve the poor, and operated on them free of charge.

听力原文与答案:

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.           W: What time is Susan coming?
M: Well, she won’t finish work until 4:30. It will take her 15 minutes to get here.
Q: When will Susan arrive here?

 

2.           M: I really wish that I had enough money to buy a car of my own, so I’ll never be late for work.
W: Why didn’t you take a taxi instead of waiting for a bus today?
Q: How did the man go to work today?

 

3.           W: Hello, I’d like half a dozen air mail labels and a book of stamps, please.
M: Seventy-five pence exactly, please.
Q: Where does the conversation probably take place?

 

4.           W: Bob, are you going straight home after school today?
M: No, I have a class until one o’clock, and after that I’m going to spend a couple of hours at the library before going home.

Q: What is Bob going to do after school today?

 

5.           M: I give up. I think I just can’t learn Spanish well.
W: Don’t say like this. I think you have made progress.
Q: What are the two speakers talking about?

 

6.           W: Tonight, before going to the restaurant, I have to stop at the bank to get some money.
M: Don’t worry about it. It’s my treat.
Q: What does the man mean?

 

7.           W: Look Bob! The donation has amounted to 10,000 yuan. This money will help us with our plan.
M: How could it not!
Q: What does the man mean?

 

8.           M: I think the film we watched just now is thrilling. I hope you enjoyed it as much as I did.
W: Thrilling? I must admit I fell asleep during the film.
Q: What does the woman mean?

 

9.           M: I would like to return this pair of shoes. I bought them when you were having a sale.
W: Well, things on sale are not allowed to be refunded, but you can change them if there’s something wrong with them.
Q: What will probably happen to the man’s shoes?

 

10.       W: I lived in Germany when I was a child, so I can speak German very well. And I also learned Italian and French in college.
M: Well, the job involves a lot of business trips to Spain, and we expect someone with a good command of Spanish.
Q: What does the man imply?

 

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.

A 79-year-old man was slightly injured on Saturday while waiting in his brand new car in a drive-through lane at Burger Prince restaurant. Herman Sherman of Northville suffered a mild burn at about 9:00 p.m. when a young female employee accidentally spilled a cup of coffee on his legs. Sherman said the coffee was hot but not burning.

He refused medical aid, saying the only problem was the stain on his trousers, but it would wash out. He was given a fresh refill. Before Sherman drove off, the restaurant manager, John Johnson, gave him two free gift certificates--one for an extra-large coffee and one for the restaurant's newest sandwich, the McRap.

The employee, who was a new hire, was let go later that evening. She was quite upset. She said she would probably sue Burger Prince for letting her go. She said it was the man's fault for ordering something that she might be able to spill.

Questions:

11.       How was Herman Sherman injured?

12.       What happened after Herman was injured?

13.       What happened to the young female?

Questions 14 through 16 are based on the following passage.

Prisoners released two prison officers they had held for a week in the tower at the state prison. The prisoners captured the officers a week ago after the two officers tried to stop a food fight in the main dining room. The food fight broke out when the prisoners discovered that their daily candy supply had been cut in half. The candy is a popular item. Prisoners trade it for cigarettes, cigars, magazines, stationery, legal dictionaries, and other items. Prison officials said it was necessary to cut back on this luxury item in order to provide basic items, like soap and razors and toilet paper.

The prisoners went extremely angry at the reduction. They threw food, plates, and silverware at the doors, windows, and guards. Then they grabbed two guards and pulled them up to the tower. Once they had the tower door secured, they sent messages to prison officials demanding big bags of candy in exchange for sparing the guards' lives. After a week of negotiations, the prisoners approved a deal which restored their candy supply, but in return the administration said they would have to reduce daily soap supply by 75 percent.

Questions:

14.       Why did the food fight break out?

15.       Which of the following statements is NOT true?

16.       What was the deal between the prisoners and the administration?

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 have heard. Write your answers on your answer sheet.

Blanks 17 through 20 are based on the following conversation

M: World-bridges Travel Agency! Can I help you? 

W: Yes, I need some information, please. My friends and I would like to travel to Greece on a weekend in August.

M: Where would you like to stay? 

W: We’ve been told Mykonos is the best island. Would that be possible?

M: OK. Would you like to stay at a hotel or an apartment?

W: I guess a small apartment will be cheaper. 

M: I see ..., how many did you say were in the party? 

W: There’ll be three of us, all girls, so we need a safe place near the beach. But we cannot spend more than �00 a day. 

M: For that price, let me see. Well, here is one apartment, only �5 a day, 3 single beds, and 5 minutes’ walk from the beach. 

W: I’d love that! But I need to talk it over with my friends first. 

M: All right. Then please give me a ring again, today or tomorrow! 

W: I will, thank you.  

M: Wait! You haven’t given me your name. 

W: Sorry ..., I am Susan Perkins, P-E-R-K-I-N-S. Perkins.

 

Blanks 21 through 24 are based on the following conversation.

W: Good morning, Mr. White.

M: Good morning, have a seat please. Talk about something about your previous work experiences.

W: I worked in a foreign company for several years after graduation.

M: In your CV, I know that you quit the job 3 years ago.

W: Yes, I have to bring up my baby. I think it is important for me to bring him up on my own.

M: But do you have time to work now?

W: My baby is old enough to attend the kindergarten. It is necessary for him to get along with other children. So I do have time to work in a company.

M: Why do you choose our company?

W: Firstly, your company is a good one where I can make full use of my major and ability. Most importantly, there’s a flexible time schedule in your company.

M: Ha-ha, there’re many other people applying for the job. What makes you different from others?

W: I have the relevant experience in inter-cultural communication and I stick to learning while I had time during these years, so I am equal to the job.

M: Thank you for coming today. We’ll let you know it next Monday.

W: I’ll wait for your reply.

 

 

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