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上海市七宝中学 2015 年高三第二学期英语 5 月质量检测卷 出卷人:沈鹏
I. Listening Comprehension (30’) Section A (10’) 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. In a library. B. In a hotel. C. In a classroom. D. In a bookstore 2. A. She thinks the man needs a vacation. B. She thinks the man should be preparing for his tests. C. She thinks the man doesn’t need to worry about his exams. D. She is not interested in surfing. 3. A. She may fail the exam. B. She shouldn’t have worried. C. She should work harder. D. She needn’t take any more courses. 4. A. Scholarship. B. Major. C. Hobby. D. Travelling. 5. A. Thoughtful. B. Humorous. C. Careless. D. Helpful. 6. A. A rent increase. B. A bargain. C. A salary cut. D. A vacation trip. 7. A. By car. B. By bus. C. On foot. D. By train. 8. A. Only one person can come. B. There have been few responses. C. Almost everyone can come. D. They’re waiting for Tina’s response. 9. A. He has no interest in wild life protection. B. He is sorry to fail in the examination. C. He can’t join the group since he is about to graduate. D. He’s already busy with the Student Union issue. 10. A. Because she is all wet. B. Because she is tried out. C. Because she walked a long distance. D. Because she left something in the school. Section B (12’) Directions: In Section B, you will hear two short passages, and you will be asked three questions on each passage. The passage 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. Functions of Facial Expressions. B. Types of Printed Words. C. Means of Communication. D. Importance of Language. 12. A. It was the first invention of mankind. B. It is a must for man’s survival. C. It makes other inventions possible. D. It helps people to know the modern world.



13. A. Man would have to use signals only. B. The modern world couldn’t function well. C. Man would keep on inventing things. D. Man wouldn’t be able to live with his fellow beings. Questions 14 through 16 are based on the following passage. 14. A. The design of the laboratory. B. The laboratory experiment. C. The workbook for the laboratory course. D. A piece of equipment in the laboratory. 15. A. Homework must be handed in on time. B. A great deal of equipment is available. C. The students must follow all instructions exactly. D. The students can make choices about the lab work. 16. A. The activities take less time. B. The activities are to be done in class. C. Few instructions are given for the activities. D. Students are not required to do the activates. Section C (8’) Directions: In Section C, you will hear two longer conversations. The conversation will be read twice. After you hear the 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. Complete the form. Write ONE WORD for each answer.

Information about Steve
Working time: Day off: Duty: Secrets of doing well: [17]________ hours a day and six days a week. Don’t have to work on [18]________. To keep everything in the [19]________ clean. [20]________ to details; loving the job.

Blanks 21 through 24 are based on the following conversation. Complete the form. Write NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS for each answer. What did the woman want to know? Students’ opinions on [21]________. What did the man think of the vegetables? What was the man’s general comment on the food? What did the man advise? They were usually [22]________. The food was [23]________. To change the [24]________.


II. Grammar (16’) Directions: After reading the passages below, fill in the blanks to make the passages coherent and grammatically correct. For the blanks with a given word, fill in each blank with the proper form of the given word; for the other blanks, use one word that best fits each blank. As a big fan of Manchester United, it is always hard for me to believe that Man Utd should finish seventh in the final Premier League table (英超联赛积分榜) last season. To be frank, that result [25]_______ never be more disappointing and frustrating for me. If there is someone who is [26]________ (blame) for this, it must be the Manager David Moyes. So at the end of last season, everyone knew that it was only a matter of time before he [27]________ (dismiss) and to [28]________ Man Utd should hand the task of getting the team back on track became a matter of concern. When the news came on the night of Wednesday 16 July [29]________ Louis van Gaal was appointed the new Manager of Man Utd, I knew he could be the one to restore the Red Devils to their former glories, [30]________ some claims that this decision was even more risky since Louis is [31]________ (familiar) with the league compared with Man Utd’s ill-fated former Manager David Moyes, who at least has worked in the league for years. “ Experienced [32]________ Louis van Gaal is,” Gary Neville, currently [33]________ occasional sports columnist for the Daily Mail (每日邮报), wrote in his column, “it is apparently unlikely for this new comer to win the title this year.” And some of the concerns were right, especially when Louis [34]________ admitted that it would take 2 [35]________ 3 months to get fully acquainted with the Premier League. Thus, Man Utd’s failure to stay on top of the Premier League table before Christmas, [36]________ used to be a rare case, didn’t come as a surprise to me. But in the last two months, things have changed. Man Utd has gained six successive victories against different rivals [37]________ (include) its noisy neighbor—Manchester City, [38]________ ________ which the team has now climbed from rock bottom to No. 3 in the table. With only 5 matches [39]________ (leave) and Man Utd temporarily ranking No. 3 (last season No. 7) at the league table, now everyone can agree on one thing that [40]________ ________ ________ this season ends eventually, the decision to replace David Moyes with Louis van Gaal in the last summer was a right one. III. Vocabulary (10’) Directions: Complete the following passage by using the words in the box. Each word can only be used once. Do note that there is one word more than you need. A. indefinitely AD. address B. mysterious BC. reunited C. constantly BD. assume D. departure CD. inevitably AB. concrete AC. bear

ABC. interpretation

My Reflection on Johnnie To’s Running on Karma(大隻佬) Recently I have seen the film Running on Karma again, a controversial film that has long been taken as a courageous attempt of Johnnie To’s and also a significant [41]________ from his other works. Those [42]________ plots which used to limit my understanding of the film now start to make sense. It just feels as if I were [43]________ with an old acquaintance whom I once misunderstood. If there is one line that can represent what To really wants to [44]________ to his audience, it


must be the saying that all but one’s karma(佛教用语:业) can be cast away, which [45]________ appears in the film. As the theme’s finishing touch, not only does the above saying reveal some [46]________ thoughts hidden in the film, but it also throws a light on To’s [47]________ of responsibility. Karma means “act or deed.” What was sown before is now reaped. But as sowing also takes place in the present, it [48]________ involves responsibility towards the future. Since nothing can be done to alter the past, what one should be concerned about is not yesterday’s cause, but how to sow his or her karma today—which will [49]________ fruit tomorrow. To put it in another way, the idea of the film is that no matter what one has done, once it has been done, it just becomes water under the bridge. So what truly matters is to [50]________ the responsibility for the future, since that is something one can make a difference to. IV. Cloze (15’) Directions: For each blank in the following passage there are four words marked A, B, C and D. Fill in each blank with the word or phrase that best fits the context. Many theories concerning the causes of juvenile delinquency (crimes committed by young people) focus either on the individual or on society as the major contributing influence. Theories centering on the individual suggest that children [51]_______ criminal behavior because they were not sufficiently [52]________ for previous misbehaviors or that they have learned criminal behavior through interaction with others. Theories focusing on the role of society suggest that children commit crimes in [53]________ to their failure to rise above their socioeconomic status or as a rejection of middle-class values. Most theories of juvenile delinquency have focused on children from disadvantaged families, [54]________ the fact that children from wealthy homes also commit crimes. The latter may commit crimes for lack of adequate control from parents. All [55]________, however, are uncertain or unimproved and are of course challenged with criticism. Changes in the social structure may indirectly [56]________ juvenile crime rates. For example, changes in the economy that [57]________ to fewer job opportunities for youth and rising unemployment [58]________ make gainful employment increasingly difficult to obtain. This results in dissatisfaction among youths and may in [59]________ lead more youths into criminal behavior. Families have also experienced [60]________ these years. More families consist of one parent households or two working parents; [61]________, children are likely to have less supervision at home than was common in the traditional family [62]________. This lack of parental supervision is thought to be an influence on juvenile crime rates. Other noticeable [63]________ of offensive acts include unfavorable experience or failure in school, the [64]________ availability of drugs and alcohol, and the growing phenomenon of child abuse and child neglect. All these conditions tend to increase the [65]________ of a child committing a criminal act, although a direct cause and effect relationship has not yet been established. 51. A. refer to 52. A. punished 53. A. return B. know about B. forgiven B. contact C. engage in C. forgotten C. reference D. learn of D. excused D. response


54. A. considering 55. A. values 56. A. affect 57. A. point 58. A. in general 59. A. case 60. A. failure 61. A. contrarily 62. A. education 63. A. suggestions 64. A. increased 65. A. knowledge

B. ignoring B. misbehaviors B. reduce B. lead B. on average B. short B. miseries B. consequently B. concept B. causes B. restricted B. aspect

C. highlighting C. criminals C. prevent C. come C. by contrast C. turn C. development C. similarly C. structure C. ideas C. reasonable C. strength

D. believing D. theories D. reflect D. add D. at last D. essence D. changes D. occasionally D. economy D. reports D. popular D. probability

V. Reading Comprehension (2*16) Section A (2’*12) 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) Pride and Prejudice for the Modern Woman Let us imagine how Pride and Prejudice, Jane Austen’s most famous work, might be updated, 200 years on. Austen’s popularity is rooted in her intelligence. But today she would certainly have had a very different life, as would her characters. Here’s my own suggestion. It is a truth finally and universally acknowledged that a single woman with brains deserves to have equal opportunities to men, however disadvantaged she may feel by sexism. “My dear husband,” said his hopeful wife one day, “have you heard that the local store, standing empty for so long, is taken over by a bright young businesswoman?” Her dull and indifferent husband replied that he had not. “But it is, it is,” she replied excitedly. Mr. Dull-Husband made no reply. “Don’t you want to know her plans?” she cried with some impatience. “Well, clearly you think it matters to your silly little head... so I’d better listen.” “Well, my dear, the rumour is that she has already set up a string of successful businesses in northern England, though how a woman can know anything about that is beyond me. She will move in herself next month. “What is her name?” “Bingley.” “Is she married or single?” “What a question! And none of your business.” But her coming will be a fine thing for our five boys. “How so? How can it possibly affect them?” “My dear love; those lazy boys need something to wake them up. There are bound to be jobs going.” “Is that her point in settling here? Surely as a woman she has simply taken a fancy to the place.”


“Nonsense, my love, how little you’ve noticed the world has changed. She’s got a first-rate degree and some sort of business qualification, I’m told. She surely needs one of our boys! Perhaps you might give her a call.” “Me? No. Perhaps you can take an interest. You still have your looks, after all. She may even offer you a job.” “Oh, that’s not likely. These new chances belong to the younger generation. But now you mention it, I think I’ll go along all the same.” And Mrs. Bennet went along. That was 10 years ago. She is now managing director of a FTSE(英国富时指数)-listed company. ... It would remain the case, of course, that Mrs. Bennet would be one of very few women on the company board, that her salary would be lower than her male colleagues, her bonus of a more “female” dimension and her lifespan among the city’s business leaders shorter than theirs. Still, she’d no doubt have enjoyed Davos(达沃斯论坛)—and might even have hobnobbed (攀谈) with influential figures. 66. Which of the following is TRUE according to the passage? A. Austen was born 200 years age. B. Austen rewrote Pride and Prejudice. C. Austen’s success lies in her wisdom. D. Austen’s updated work gains popularity. 67. The underlined part in the passage suggests that Mrs. Bennet ________. A. had mixed feelings of admiration and surprise about Bingley B. felt kind of worried and doubtful about Bingley C. was extremely anxious to meet Bingley D. had a great curiosity about Bingley 68. In the eyes of Mrs. Bennet, Bingley surely needed one of their boys to ________. A. get married to B. work for her C. help her move in D. take over her store 69. What does the writer intend to tell us? A. Women with brains can also be as successful as men. B. Women have to pay a high price for success. C. A judgment must be made free from prejudice. D. Sex discrimination still exists nowadays. (B) Shanghai is filled with interesting museums, and they will educate, intrigue and delight children with exhibitions of animation characters, insects and chopsticks, to name a few. Here are some lesser-known, non-art museum scattered around the city. Animation Museum Children will love this museum covering the world history of cartoons and animations. The first floor covers history, from China’s shadow puppets to Disney’s characters. The main hall is filled with posters and life-sized statues. Short animation is screened. In a second-floor studio, children can dub(配音) voices for favorite characters. Tel: 5895-7998

Address: 69 Zhangjiang Rd, Pudoing New Area Opening hours: 10am-5pm, closed on Mondays Admission: 30 yuan Brush and Ink Museum The one-room museum covers the history of ink, inkstones and brushes. It explains how to make ink and features stories about Shanghai and its calligraphers. Brushes and inkstones are displayed, each with an English audio explanation. Tel: 5169-8918 Address: 2/F, 429 Fujiang Rd, Huangpu District Opening hours: 9:30am-5:30pm, daily Admission: Free Chopsticks Museum This is one of the city’s smallest museums. It’s the personal exhibition of Lan Xiang, who has collected 2,000 pairs of chopsticks from around Asia. Lan, 81, lives upstairs. The prized pair is a gilded silver set from the Tang Dynasty (AD 618-907). Tel: 5671-7528 Address: 191 Duolun Rd, Hongkou District Opening hours: Call in advance Admission: Free Insect Museum The museum contains more than a million specimens(标本) of insects from around the world, many rare and beautiful, some extinct. The museum was founded in 1868 and once called the British Museum in Asia. Today it’s in a modern building. Tel: 5492-4191 Address: 300 Fenglin Rd, Xuhui District Opening hours: 9am-4pm Admission: 15 yuan for adults (18+), 10 yuan for children Postal Museum This is a wonderful free museum with a beautiful Baroque clock tower, rooftop garden and glassed-in courtyard. The 1924 landmark building was the original Shanghai Postal Museum and explains the history of the postal service in China. It’s filled with interesting exhibits, concession-period post marks, clay seals and postage stamps. Tel: 6393-6666 ext. 1280 Address: 250 Suzhou Rd, Hongkou District Opening hours: Wednesday, Thursdays, Saturdays and Sundays, 9am-5pm 70. Children can do the following in the Animation Museum EXCEPT ________. A. making shadow puppets B. dubbing in the studio C. learning the history of cartoons D. watching the short animation 71. What do the Chopsticks Museum and the Postal Museum have in common? A. They are closed on Mondays. B. They are private museums. C. They offer excellent views. D. They are admission free. 72. If a 40-year-old man takes three of his nephews (aged 4, 13 and 19) to the Insect Museum, he needs to pay ________ for admission fees.

A. 60 yuan B. 50 yuan C. 45 yuan D. 40 yuan 73. An American who is fond of learning some traditional Chinese culture but knows little Chinese is advised to dial ________. A. 5492-4191 B. 5895-7998 C. 5671-7528 D. 5169-8918 (C) Just five one-hundredths of an inch thick, light golden in color and with a perfect “saddle curl,” the Lay’s potato chip(乐事薯片) seems an unlikely weapon for global domination. But its maker, Frito-Lay, thinks otherwise. “Potato chips are a snack food for the world,” said Salman Amin, the company’s head of global marketing. Amin believes there is no corner of the world that can resist the charms of a Frito-Lay potato chip. Frito-Lay is the biggest snack maker in America owned by PepsiCo(百事公司) and accounts for over half of the parent company’s $3 billion annual profits. But the U.S. snack food market is largely saturated(饱和), and to grow the company has to look overseas. Its strategy rests on two beliefs: first a global product offers economies of scale with which local brands cannot compete. And second, consumers in the 21st century are drawn to “global” as a concept. “Global” does not mean products that are consciously identified as American, but ones that consumers—especially young people—see as part of a modern, innovative world in which people are linked across cultures by shared beliefs and tastes. Potato chips are an American invention, but most Chinese, for instance, do not know that Frito-Lay is an American company. Instead, Riskey, the company’s research and development head, would hope they associate the brand with the new world of global communications and business. With brand perception a crucial factor, Riskey ordered a redesign of the Frito-Lay logo. The logo, along with the company’s long-held marketing image of the “irresistibility” of its chips, would help facilitate the company’ global expansion. The executives acknowledge that they try to swing national eating habits to a food created in America, but they deny that amounts to economic imperialism. Rather, they see Frito-Lay as spreading the benefits of free enterprise across the world. “We’re making products in those countries, we’re adapting them to the tastes of those countries, building business and employing people and changing lives,” said Steve Reinemund, PepsiCo’s chief executive. 74. It is the belief of Frito-Lay’s head of global marketing that ________. A. Potato chips can hardly be used as a weapon to dominate the world market B. Their company must find new ways to promote domestic sales C. The light golden color enhances the charm of their company’s potato chips D. People over the world enjoy eating their company’s potato chips 75. One of the assumptions on which Frito-Lay bases its development strategy is that ________. A. consumers worldwide today are attracted by global brands B. local brands cannot compete successfully with American brands C. products suiting Chinese consumers’ needs bring more profits D. products identified as American will have promising market value 76. Why did Riskey have the Frito-Lay logo redesigned? A. To suit changing tastes of young consumers. B. To promote the company’s strategy of globalization.

C. To change the company’s long-held marketing image. D. To compete with other American chip producers. 77. Frito-Lay’s executives claim that the promoting of American food in the international market ________. A. won’t affect the eating habits of the local people B. will lead to economic imperialism C. will be in the interest of the local people D. won’t spoil the taste of their potato chips Section B (2’*4) Directions: Read the passage carefully. Then answer the questions or complete the statements in the fewest possible words. Oscar-winning director Ang Lee’s new epic Life of Pi reveals the relationship between a teenage Indian boy and a Bengal tiger. But in reality, the predators(肉食性动物) are under increasing threat from humans. Animal rights group PETA is hoping to use the popularity of the film to focus people’s attention on the real life of Bengal tigers. With the rising demand for tiger parts from East Asia, illegal hunting remains a tremendous danger for the remaining cat population. Back in 1947, there were 40,000 tigers in India, but the number is experiencing a sharp decline to 1,707 despite campaigns to protect the animal. Rising man-animal conflict is also one of the leading causes of decline in tiger numbers. In one of numerous reported attacks on the endangered big cats, villagers near the Bangladesh-India border, armed with sticks and boat oars, set upon the animal suspected to have attacked a local fisherman and beat it to death earlier this month. So far this year, 58 tigers deaths have been reported in the country. “The first instinct when a tiger is spotted is to just kill it,” grieved Gurmeet Sapal, a wildlife filmmaker. “The feeling of fear and revenge is so strong that is shuts out any other emotion.” What we don’t realize is that the tiger never attacks humans until it is forced to.” India has been struggling to stop tiger ’s decline in the face of the loss of habitat as well that encourages the animals to leave the forest for food. “The tiger ’s rapidly exhausted prey base causes the predator to go all out to get its food. Consequently, livestock and human beings become easy prey, which leads inevitably to conflicts,” says a wildlife conservationist. Filmmakers Sapal says it is only normal for people to think of the tiger as a dangerous animal, but its image as a human killer bears some injustice. “Tigers never kill for sport nor store meat. They kill their prey only in case of hunger.” (Note: Answer the questions or complete the statements in NO MORE THAN TEN WORDS.) 78. PETA hopes Life of Pi can _____________________________________________________. 79. Why did villagers beat the tiger to death? 80. The main reasons for the decline in tiger numbers are ____________________________ and __________________________. 81. When will tigers attack and kill people according to the article?


VI. Translation (3’+4’+5’+5’+5’ = 22’) Directions: Translate the following sentences into English, using the words given in the brackets. 1. 公司明确表示只有精通计算机技能的人才能申请这个职位。(clear) 2. 所有与会的人都对 Malala, 这个为了女性教育权利抗争的诺贝尔和平奖获得者, 表示了敬 意。(present) 3. 尽管他的尝试均以失败告终,但他仍然不遗余力地要去实现自己打破世界纪录的梦想而 不是轻言放弃。(end v.) 4. 淘宝(TaoBao) 是中国最大的购物网站之一,在那儿你不仅可以淘到许多便宜货还能靠经 营自己的网店来挣钱。(where) 5. 我一进会议室他就向我保证这次的研讨将会在三点前结束,这样我就可以赶上最后一班 去丽江的飞机。(No sooner…) VII. Writing (25’) Directions: Write an English composition in 120-150 words. The composition must be based on the information given below. 现在,有些学生认为和老师之间存在代沟,很难与之沟通。而有些学生则认为现在的师 生关系更像是平等的朋友关系。请以 My teacher and I 为题描述一件你和老师之间发生的 令人印象深刻的事情,并就上述观点谈谈你的看法和理由


Answer Sheet
I. Listening Comprhension (8’) 17. ____________ 21. ____________ 18. ____________ 22. ____________ 19. ____________ 23. ____________ 20. ____________ 24. ____________

II. Grammar (16’) 25. ____________ 29. ____________ 33. ____________ 37. ____________ 26. ____________ 30. ____________ 34. ____________ 27. ____________ 31. ____________ 35. ____________ 28. ____________ 32. ____________ 36. ____________

38. ____________ ____________

39. ____________

40. ____________ ____________ ____________ V. Reading Comprehension (8’) 78. ____________________________________________________________________________ 79. ____________________________________________________________________________ 80. ____________________________________________________________________________ 81. ____________________________________________________________________________

VI. Translation (3’+4’+5’+5’+5’ = 22’) 1. ____________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________ 2. ____________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________ 3. ____________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________ 4. ____________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________ 5. ____________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________


VII. Writing (25’) _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________


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