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上海市复兴高级中学 2013 学年第一学期开学摸底考试
高三年级英语学科试卷 第I卷
I. Listening Comprehension Directions: In Section A, you will hear ten short conversations between two speakers. At the end o

f 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. She is going to the shopping center. B. She cannot go with the man. C. She will work with the man tonight. D. She will have a physical exam tonight. 2. A. She has seen George since the baby was born. B. George has never smoked. C. She wants to visit George and the baby. D. George no longer smokes. 3. A. It’s in a book. C. The woman has it. B. It’s in the waste paper basket. D. The man has it.

4. A. She doesn’t like to live away from home B. She doesn’t like to live in the dormitory with other girls. C. The girls sharing her room do not like her. D. She cannot get used to college life. 5. A. He trusts him. C. He likes him. 6. A. 4 dozen C. 2 dozen 7. A. Leave in 30 minutes B. Meet Harry at the bus stop C. Get to the bus stop quickly D. Check to see if everything is ready 8. A. The park is nearby.
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B. He doesn’t trust him. D. He hates him. B. 3 dozen D. 1 dozen

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B. He doesn’t know about the park. C. There’s no park here. D. He doesn’t understand the question. 9. A. Teacher and student C. Manager and secretary 10. A. Because of the color B. Because of the material. C. Because of the style. D. Because of the size. 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. Whether they should take the child home B. What Dr. Mayer’s instructions exactly were C. Who should take care of the child at home D. When the child would completely recover 12. A. She encouraged them to ask questions when in doubt. B. She made them write down all her instructions. C. She ordered them to act out what they were expected to do. D. She asked them to repeat what they were supposed to do. 13. A. Human speech lacked the accuracy of the printed word. B. Dr. Mayer gave her patient instructions clearly. C. Human speech promoted interpersonal communication. D. Dr. Mayer cured the child successfully. Questions 14 through 16 are based on the following passage 14. A. More than one million. C. Less than one million. B. More than two million. D. Half the population. B. Husband and wife D. Father and daughter

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15. A. They prefer to spend their holidays in Australia. B. Most of them do physical exercise regularly. C. Shopping is one of their favorite recreations. D. They stay at home watching TV most of the time. 16. A. A typical Briton is most likely to get up late in the morning. B. The life of Britons hasn’t changed much over the past decades. C. Britons spend more money on their holidays compared to the past. D. British people are quite famous for their unique sense of humor. 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. Repair Order Room: No. _____17_______ The water in the shower doesn’t run. The tap was ______19______ the whole night. There is water all over the bathroom floor. The room will be checked right away. Solutions : Change the woman’s room to Rm.2003 for a _____20______ free stay in the hotel. Duty Manager: Sam Millhouse Date: 4/1/2011 Complete the form. Write ONE WORD for each answer. Blanks 21 through 24 are based on the following conversation. Why did the woman go to that shop? What’s the new location of the shop? What will also be sold in that new shop? To have some __21__ developed. __22__. Cameras and __23__ Problems : The_____18______ doesn’t work properly.

What will the shop do to celebrate the opening To__24__ of the new store? Complete the form. Write NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS for each answer.
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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. Before the bridge-tunnel opened on October 31, 2009, Chongming Island was only accessible _____ferry. A. to his disease. A. none B. nothing C. neither D. no one 27. --- Do you like this part of the town, the so-called desired area? ---On the contrary, it’s the ______ area that I want to visit in town. A. best B. first C. last D. least 28. More than 52 types of new weapon systems _____ with China’s own technology were displayed in the National Day military parade. A. developing C. being developed little storage space. A. which have A. to take B. which has B. taking C. who have C. take D. that has D. taken 30. For me, living a low-carbon life means _____ public transportation to school. 31. Under some special circumstances, some of the blind infants _____ react to sound of their mother with a smile, though their response was very slow. A. were able to B. could C. would D. should 32. During the 64 years since the founding of the New China, we _____ through millions of ups and downs. A. will go B. have gone C. went D. are gone 33. _____ having hundreds of online “friends” is great, our real and closest connections still lie with those who are a part of our daily lives. A. As B. Once C. While D. When 34. --- I’m frustrated after so many failures. I can’t see any hope. --- Behind every misfortune _____! A. lies an opportunity C. an opportunity lies B. does an opportunity lie D. is an opportunity lying B. developed D. to be developed B. on C. in D. by 26. The patient has tried quite a few kinds of medicine, but ______ had any effect on

29. Dried foods are invaluable to climbers, explorers and soldiers in battle, _____

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35. For the last two mornings, thousands of campaigners have queued for hours ______ access to the conference venue(地点) — many unsuccessfully. A. to gain B. gaining C. to have gained D. having gained 36. As a basketball player, I always keep in mind that it’s not the winning, but the taking part _____ counts. A. what A. Having neglected C. To be neglected the inhabitants there. A. was party will be held. A. / B. that C. where D. which 40. In the end, the self-important man had to admit that he had no idea of ______ influence this incident would have on the life in the ocean. A. that 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. influence F. overall B. devoted C. physically D. circumstance E. affected G. financially H. decision I. positive J. strive B. whether C. how D. what B. are C. were D. had been 39. It is in this lecture hall ____________we used to have celebration that the farewell B. when C. that B. Being neglected D. Having been neglected D. / 37. _____ for years, the house designed by an Italian architect finally collapsed.

38. The gas works near the town ______ newly built, which provides convenience to

Happiness, according to the Oxford English dictionary, is based on luck or good fortune. Joy on the other hand, is described as a vivid emotion of pleasure. Thus, happiness depends on __41__; joy, on our emotional well-being. If you know joyful people, you will probably notice common traits among them. Joyful people are often healthy, both __42__ and mentally; they value strong __43__ relationships, and they don’t allow the extremes of life -- sudden highs or sudden lows -- to __44__ them too much. Joyful people lead a more stable life. But these abilities do not just arrive; they have to be worked at. Teaching ourselves to be joyful may be one of the greatest things we can do to enhance our __45__ health. However, it is important to understand that joy is an emotion that arises from within us and is not __46__ by the things that happen to us.

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Instead of looking for external things to provide happiness in our lives, we must __47__ to find the joy within. We must educate ourselves about joy and work to enhance it in our lives. One way to start is to make a __48__ to wake up every morning and find joy in our lives. Think about a special person or a __49__ pet. It is our choice to be joyful or fearful. Let’s take the time to train ourselves to be joyful -our lives will be both happier and healthier for it. III. Reading Comprehension Section A Directions: For each blank in the following passage 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. The US Department of Labor statistics show that there is an oversupply of college-trained workers. And this oversupply is ____50______. Already there have been more than enough teachers, engineers, physicists, aerospace experts and other specialists. Yet, colleges and graduate schools continue every year to enter the becoming 54 52 53 51 highly trained people to compete for jobs that aren’t there. The result is that graduates cannot for which they were trained, and they must take temporary jobs ones in the severe labor markets. which do not require a college degree and these temporary jobs are most probably , there is a great need for skilled workers of all sorts: carpenters, electricians, 55 are often higher than those of college graduates. 56 the

mechanics, plumbers, TV repairmen. These people have more work than they can handle. As a result, their The old concept that white-collar workers make a better living than blue-collar workers no longer holds true. The law of supply and demand now is skilled workmen. The reason for this situation is the traditional myth that 57 is a passport to a 58 prosperous future. A large part of American society matches success in life

with a college degree. Parents begin brainwashing their children with this myth before they are out of grade school. High school teachers play their part by acting as if high school education were a preparation for 59 rather than for life. Whether they want to go to college or not doesn’t matter: everybody should go to college, so of course they must go. Under this pressure, the kids have to go to college, but, unfortunately, most kids 60 in the starting line. In spite of this, every year 61 for the college enrollments go up and up, and more and more graduates are

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kinds of jobs available to them. One result of this emphasis on a college education is that many people go to college where they do not 62 . Half of the sixty percent of high school graduates who 63 academic performances. Some 64 for two or enter college do not graduate with their class. Many of them drop out within the first year because of their three years and then join the other students who drop out. It’s high time we stopped to rethink our education system. 50. A. declining 51. A. turn out 52. A. universities 53. A. profitable 54. A. All in all C. On the other hand 55. A. abilities 56. A. in favor of C. working skill 58. A. hardly 59. A. labor 60. A. fail B. gradually B. work B. remain B. expectations B. useful to B. increasing B. take over B. courses B. favorite C. dropping C. lay off C. classrooms C. permanent D. In the first place C. ambitions C. superior to B. college degree D. social ability C. equally C. graduation C. hesitate B. over-educated D. properly-trained C. belong C. outstanding C. give up D. pay D. unsatisfactory D. call off D. curiously D. college D. pause D. incomes D. responsible for D. decreasing D. come across D. professions D. excellent

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61. A. under-estimated C. wrongly-assessed 62. A. stay 63. A. admirable 64. A. struggle on Section B B. enroll B. successful B. break down

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) Robert Spring, a 19th century forger, was so good at his profession that he was able to make his living for 15 years by selling false signatures of famous Americans. Spring was born in England in 1813 and arrived in Philadelphia in 1858 to open a

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book store. At first he prospered by selling his small but genuine collection of early U.S. autographs. Discovering his ability at copying handwriting, he began imitating signatures of George Washington and Ben Franklin and writing them on the title pages of old books. To lessen the chance of detection, he sent his forgeries to England and Canada for sale and circulation. Forgers have a hard time selling their products. A forger can’t approach a respectable buyer but must deal with people who don’t have much knowledge in the field. Forgers have many ways to make their work look real. For example, they buy old books to use the aged paper of the title page, and they can treat paper and ink with chemicals. After the civil war, Britain was still fond of the Southern states, so Spring invented a respectable maiden lady known as Miss Fanny Jackson, the only daughter of general “Stonewall” Jackson. For several years, Miss Fanny’s financial problems forced her to sell a great number of letters and manuscripts belonging to her famous father. Spring had to work very hard to satisfy the demand. All this activity did not prevent Spring from dying in poverty, leaving sharp-eyed experts the difficult task of separating his forgeries from the originals. 65. Why did Spring sell his false autographs in England and Canada? A. There was a greater demand there than in America. B. There was less chance of being detected there. C. Britain was Spring’s birthplace. D. The prices were higher in England and Canada. 66. After the civil war, there was a great demand in Britain for_____________. A. Southern money. B. signatures of George Washington and Ben Franklin. C. Southern manuscripts and letters. D. Civil war battle plans. 67. Which of the following statements is true according to the passage? A. Robert Spring made his living for 15 years by running a bookstore in Philadelphia. B. Robert Spring was a forger from the very beginning. C. Forgeries are usually sold to people who are not experts. D. Robert Spring left a big fortune after his death. 68. Who was Miss Fanny Jackson? A. The only daughter of General “Stonewell” Jackson.

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B. A little-known girl who sold her father’s papers to Robert Spring. C. Robert Spring’s daughter. D. An imaginary person created by Robert Spring. (B)

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For more information, please visit www.theship.com or call our customer service officers at 61234567. you. Off-peak hours: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on weekdays except public holidays Peak hours: All other times and days 69. THE SHOP card offers ______. A. discounts at all shops B. free parking at all hours for all members C. free brunch for all members once a month D. foot reflexology with $300 spent within a single month 70. A Marchbank gold card holder who applies on August 5 pays ______ for a two-year diamond membership card. A. $1,750 B. $2,000 C. $3,000 D. $3,250 71. An interested customer may find out more information by ______. A. calling up card consultants B. reading the receipt C. visiting the Marchbank officers D. visiting the website www.theship.com (C) It is hard to get any agreement on the accurate meaning of the term “social class”. In everyday life, people tend to have a different approach to those they consider their equals from that which they assume with people they consider higher or lower than themselves in the social scale. The criteria we use to “place” a new acquaintance(熟 人), however, are a complex mixture of factors. Dress, way of speaking, area of residence in a given city or province, education and manners all play a part. In Greece, after the sixth century B.C., there was a growing conflict between the peasants and the landed aristocrats(贵族), and a gradual decrease in the power of the aristocracy when a kind of “middle class” of traders and skilled workers grew up. The population of Athens, for example, was divided into three main classes which were politically and legally distinct. About one third of the total were slaves, who did not count politically at all, a fact often forgotten by those who praise Athens as the nursery of democracy. The next main group consisted of resident foreigners, the “metics”, who were freemen, though they too were allowed no share in political life. Alternatively, you may come down to THE SHOP and speak with our card consultants who will have the pleasure of discussing the details with

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The third group was the powerful body of “citizens”, who were themselves divided into sub classes. In the later Middle Ages, however, the development of monetary economy and the growth of cities and trade led to the rise of another class, the “burghers(公民)” or city merchants and mayors. These were the predecessors(前任, 前辈) of the modern middle classes. Gradually high office and occupation assumed importance in determining social position, as it became more and more possible for a person born to one station in life to move to another. This change affected the towns more than the country areas, where remnants of feudalism lasted much longer. ? With the break up of the feudal economy, the increasing division of labour, and the growing power of the town burghers, the commercial and professional middle class became more and more important in Europe, and the older privileged class, the landed aristocracy, began to lose some of its power. 72. The main idea of the first paragraph is that ____. A. to define the term social class does not involve much difficulty B. there is much alternation in people’s social classes C. to evaluate a person’s social class is a very complex procedure D. we can tell which social class a person belongs to by the way he behaves 73. In Line 4 Paragraph 1, “criteria” most probably means ____. A. standards of judgment B. ways C. criticism D. characteristic 74. Which of the following statements is NOT TRUE, according to the passage? A. Slaves in Greece in the sixth century B.C. were not politically significant. B. The “burghers” of the later Middle Ages constituted an entirely new social class. C. To some extent, social mobility can be attributed to the growth of trade. D. The new class made up of traders and executive officials of the later Middle Ages made the development of a money economy possible. 75. The best title of the passage might be ____. A. The Criteria for Classifying Social Groups B. Social Classes C. Changes in Social System D. The Evolution of Human Society Section C Directions: Read the following text and choose the most suitable heading from A-F for each paragraph. There is one extra heading which you do not need.

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A. Train conflict-management B. Teach mutual respect C. Guide children by personal examples D. Recognize the existence of sibling conflict E. Show appreciation for who your child is F. Do not play favorites 76. Sibling conflict is as old as Cain and Abel, as legendary as Cinderella and her stepsisters and can be as deadly as the daughters of King Lear. Parents should know the battles are inevitable and must prepare their kids to defuse potentially ugly situations. And there will be times when parents must come to a child’s defense and say, “We are family, and we will not say anything that doesn’t build up one another. We will respect each other.” Use following tips for encouraging kindness in the home: 77. Do not allow your children to insult one another. Words are extremely powerful, and snide comments can damage deeply. Experts say every negative comment needs at least five positive remarks to even out. Teach your children to be kind and to appreciate each other. Encourage your kids to see each other’s talents. Through recognizing these unique strengths, they will be able to work together well. 78. Sibling rivalry usually originates from a child feeling that the other sibling is loved more and in some cases when parents are being substantively unfair or show favoritism toward one child, this indeed may be the problem. In Genesis, we see the damage done by Jacob’s favoritism of Joseph. Remember that all children are created equal, but not all children are the same. Recognize and praise each child’s individual skills, strengths and accomplishments without implying that one child is somehow better. Be sure each child receives adequate parental interest and quality time. 79. Do not deny your child’s feelings, but help him learn to express emotions in an appropriate way. If you see your child acting jealously, encourage him to identify the emotion by saying, “I understand that you feel bad because…” or “I know you hurt because…” Helping your children figure out the causes of their actions will help them learn how to deal with problems in the future.
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80. Most parents realize children imitate what they see, so look at the example you set. Do you compete with your siblings? Or do you consistently show kindness to your brothers and sisters? By checking your actions, you can be better prepared to show your children how to emerge the best of friends following the inevitability of a little sibling conflict. Section D Directions: Read the passage carefully. Then answer the questions or complete the statements in the fewest possible words. Bullying(欺凌)can take a variety of forms, from the verbal or called hurtful names to the physical, being kicked or hit as well as indirect forms, such as being excluded from social groups. A survey I conducted with Whitney Snider found that in British primary schools up to a quarter of pupils reported experience of bullying, and about one in ten cases were persistent. There was less bullying in secondary schools, with about one in twenty-five suffering persistent bullying, but these cases may be particularly hard to deal with. Bullying is clearly unpleasant, and can make the child experiencing it feel unworthy and depressed. In extreme cases it can even lead to self-murdering, though this is thankfully rare. Victimized pupils are more likely to experience difficulties with interpersonal relationships as adults, while children who persistently bully are more likely to grow up to be physically violent and convicted(有罪的)of anti-social offence. Until recently, not much was known about the topic, and little help was available to teachers to deal with bullying. Perhaps as a consequence, schools would often deny the problem. “There is no bullying at this school” has been a common saying, almost certainly untrue. Fortunately more schools are now saying, “There is not much bullying here, but when it occurs we have a clear policy for dealing with it.” Three factors are involved in this change. First is an awareness of the seriousness of the problem. Second, a number of resources to help handle bullying have become available in Britain. For example, in Scotland Guidelines for Countering Bullying and Behaviour in Post-primary School was published in 1993. Third, there is evidence that these materials work, and that schools can achieve something. This comes from carefully conducted “before and after” evaluations of interventions(干预)in schools, monitored by a research team. In Norway, after an intervention campaign was

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introduced nationally, an evaluation of forty-two schools suggested that over a two-year period, bullying was halved. (Note: Answer the questions or complete the statements in NO MORE THAN TEN WORDS.) 81. A recent survey found that in British secondary schools_____________________. 82. Bullying will have a harmful effect on both_______________________________. 83. What reflects the change in schools’ attitude towards bullying? 84. What was the result of the research carried out in Norway?

第 II 卷 I.Translation

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Directions: Translate the following sentences into English, using the words given in the brackets. 1. 他意识到自己犯了一个严重的错误。 (aware) 2. 应该鼓励孩子在班级活动中扮演重要角色。 (role) 3. 为了满足居民需要,这所学校的图书馆在周末向公众开放。 (accessible) 4. 在有些情况下,重要的不是结果,而是你是否享受了这个过程。(matter) 5. 学习语法规则是必须的,但是对学生来说更重要的是提高运用英语进行交际 的能力。(what) II.Guided Writing Directions: Write an English composition in 120 - 150 words according to the instructions given below. 下图是对某校高三学生填报高考志愿依据的调查。请简要描述该图,说明你会 如何填报志愿,并简述理由。

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上海市复兴高级中学 2013 学年第一学期开学摸底考试 高三年级英语学科试卷 参考答案和评分标准
Tape scripts I. Listening Comprehension 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. M: Are you going to the shopping center tonight? W: Tonight? I have to work on my physics test tomorrow. Q: What does the woman mean? 2. M: Does George still smoke? W: I haven’t seen him light up since the baby was born. Q: What does the woman imply? 3. M: I wish I hadn’t thrown away that list of books. W: I thought you might, so I took it from the waste paper basket. It’s right here in my pocket book. Q: What do we learn about the list? 4. M: Betty seems like a different person after she entered college. Maybe she has too much homework and is studying too hard. W: Oh, no. She’s not happy because she can’t get along with the girls who share the dormitory with her. Q: What caused Betty to change? 5. W: What do you think of the young man my uncle has recommended? M: I suspect that he might be the type of employee who would get away if he gets a better offer from someone else. Q: What does the man think of the young man? 6. W: How many eggs do you need today? M: Regularly I took two dozen but now I cut it down to half.

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Q: How many eggs does the man need now? 7. W: I need to catch the bus which leaves at 7:30. M: You’d better hurry. It’s already 7:15. Q: What should the woman do? 8. W: Excuse me, could you please tell me how to get to the park? M: Is there a park around here? Q: What does the man mean? 9. M: Alice, these business letters are full of spelling mistakes. W: Oh, sorry, Mr. Martin. I will do it again. Q: What is the probable relationship between the two speakers? 10. M: Excuse me. Can you tell me why the green handbag costs $60, while the black one is only half the price? W: Well, that’s because the green one is made of fine leather. Q: Why does the black handbag cost less? 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 Doctor Mayer once treated a child suffering a second degree burn. After the child had been treated and was being prepared for leaving, Dr. Mayer talked to the parents about how they should care for the child at home. Half a dozen other family members were also listening to her. A few hours later, when she came to say goodbye, the family asked her to settle an argument they’d been having over exactly what advice she had given. She said, “All of them had heard the simple instructions I had given just a few hours before, but they had different versions. The most basic details were unclear and confusing. I was surprised, because these were intelligent people.” This event made Dr. Mayer know that most people just don’t listen very well. Nowadays, she says she repeats her instructions, and even asks them to tell her what they think they are supposed to do. She also provides take-home sheets which are computer printouts for reference. Dr. Mayer’s listeners are not unusual. When new or difficult material is presented, almost all listeners are faced with a challenge that

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human speech is not as accurate as the printed word. Questions: 11. What did the child’s family members argue about? 12. How did Dr. Mayer ensure her patients understand her instructions? 13. What does this passage mainly tell us? Questions 14 through 16 are based on the following passage. You probably have heard a lot about what a typical Briton is like: they are reserved; they spend “an average of six months of their lives” talking about the weather; they have a unique sense of humor. What are some other things that are typical of Britons? A recent study has provided a snapshot of the typical Briton. The study, conducted by an insurance giant, involved over one million people. According to the study, an average Briton is most likely to have the surname Smith, get up at around 6:45 in the morning, live in a home called “the cottage” and spend the summer holiday in Spain. The study has shown that Ford Fiesta is the most common vehicle of a British family. Most often, Mr. or Mrs. Smith eat their lunch at their desks. Their recreation is more likely to include shopping than exercise; the vast majority of Britons do not go to the gym, cycle, jog or swim even once a week. While holidays to the Far East, the Caribbean or even Australia are more popular in the UK than a generation ago, Spain remains the favorite option. The findings suggest that there is little difference between Britons today and in the 1970s and 80s. (Now listen again) Questions: 14. How many people were involved in the study? 15. Which of the following can be learned about Britons? 16. What conclusion can we draw from the findings of the study? 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: Could I see the manager, please?

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M: Yes, I’m the manager here. What can I do for you? W: Did you have the room checked before we moved in? M: Which room are you in, madam? W: 1808. The toilet doesn’t work properly, the water doesn’t run in the shower, but the tap was leaking the whole night, and there is water all over the bathroom floor. M: I’m very sorry to hear that. These days we’ve been extremely busy with an international meeting. I’ll check it right away. W: I never expected this sort of thing to happen in such a four-star hotel. M: I do apologize. We’ll change your room to 2003. It has a beautiful view of the harbour. And you’ll enjoy a three-day free stay in our hotel. Complete the form. Write ONE WORD for each answer. Questions 21 through 24 are based on the following passage. M: Good morning. May I help you? W: Yes, I’d like to have these rolls of film developed .Good heavens! Are you going out of business or something? M: No. We’re just moving to a new location. This is the last day we’ll be in business at this store. We’ll be opening our new store over on Main Street a week from tomorrow. W: I see. Is the new location larger? M: Yes, a lot larger, and we’ll be expanding. Not only will we be doing film processing, but we’ll also be selling cameras and photographic equipment. W: Great! Any special discounts for your old customers? M: Well, you’ll have to see the boss about that, but we will be having a sale to celebrate the opening of our new store next week. If you are interested in buying a new camera, there are going to be some great buys. Keys: I卷 I. Listening comprehension: 1. B 2. D 3. C 11-13: BDA 17. 1808 21. rolls of film 4. C 5. B 6. D 7. C 19. leaking 8. B 9. C 10. B 14-16: ACB 18. toilet 20. three-day 24.have a sale 22. On Main Street 23. photographic equipment

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