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2001年全国普通高等学校招生统一考试上海地区英语试卷(附答案)

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第一卷(共110分)I.ListeningcomprehensionPartAShortConversationsDirections:InPartA,youwillheartenshortconversationsbetweentwospeakers.Attheendofeachconversation,aquestionwillbeaskedaboutwhatwassaid.Th

第一卷(共110分)

I. Listening comprehension

Part A  Short Conversations

  Directions: In Part 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 in you r paper, and decide which one is the best answer t o the question you have heard.

1.       A. In a library  B. In a theatre  C. In a cinema  D. In a classroom

2.       A. 40         B. 30         C. 20         D. 10          

3.       A. take a long walk            B. Take a good rest    

C. Read a long story           D. Catch up with her work 

 4.  A. The woman  B. The man    C. The woman’s mother  D. The baker

5.       A. Doctor and nurse  B. Cashier and customer  C. Dentist and patient

D. Conductor and passenger

 6.  A. 8:45        B. 9:00       C. 9:15       D. 9:30

 7.  A. A best writer  B. A recent book   C. A good sailor  D. A new record

8.       A. He’s a carpenter  B. He’s a doctor  C. He’s an electrician

D. He’s an editor

 9.  A. Borrow a book     B. Write a book   C. Translate a book

D. Buy a book

10.   A. She’s not sure what’s happened to George.

B. She doesn’t want to talk to George.

C. George is always late for meetings.

D. It’s difficult to understand George’s behavior.

Part B  Longer conversations

Directions: In Part B you will heat two longer conversations. After each conversation, you will be asked two questions. The conversations will be read twice, but the question will be spoken only once. When you hear a question, read the four possible answers in your paper and decide which one would be the best answer to the question you have heard.

Questions 11 and 12 are based on the following conversation.

11.   A. The food in the West Lake is too expensive.

B. Their own food will be cleaner.

C. She wants more choices of food.

D. They can have what they like.

12.   A. The scenery is more beautiful  B. The place is nearer 

C. The transportation is free      D. The fields are better

Questions 13 and 14 are based on the following conversation
 13. A. Mental problem          B. Final examinations 

C. Studrnt6s’ friendship      D. Time agreement

14.   A. He has never heard of them  B. He doesn’t have the phone number

C. He can’t afford the time     D. He can’t afford the service  

Part C  Passages

Directions: In Part C, you will hear two short passages, and you will be asked three questions on each of the passage. The passages will be read twice, but the questions will be spoken only once. When you hear a question, read the four possible answers in your paper and decide which one would be the best answer to the question you have heard.

Questions 15 through 17 are based on the following passage.

15. A. A special medical treatment   B. a driving license without a bad record

   C. an experience as a conductor  D. five weeks’ driving at a training school

16. A. She was strong enough to become a bus driver

  B. The men drivers are kind to her.

   C. She was able to see more clearly on a bus

   D. She passed the test the first time she took it.

17. A. Worthwhile  B. Boring  C. Dangerous  D. Poorly paid

Questions 18 through 20 are based on the following passage.

18. A. Its variety  B. It s quality  C. its price  D. Its taste

19. A. Inside the restaurant  B. Outside the restaurant

   C. On the menu        D. Not mentioned

20. A. Coffee    B. Beer   C. Coke      D. Wine

II Grammar (20 points)

  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.

21. A bullet hit the soldier and he was wounded in _____ leg.

   A. a   B. one    C. the   D. his

22. Both teams were in hard training; ____ was willing to lose the game.

   A. either   B. neither   C. another  D. the other

23. As a result of destroying the forests, a large _____ of desert_____ covered the land.

   A. number…. has   B. quantity…. has  C. number….have

   D. quantity….have

24. The sunlight came in _____ the windows in the roof and lit up the whole room.

   A. through   B. across   C. on   D. over 

25. _____, I have never seen anyone who is as capable as John.

   A. As long as I have traveled   B. Now that I have traveled so much

   C. Much as I have traveled     D. As I have traveled so much

26. In recent years travel companies have succeeded in selling us the idea that the further we go , ________.

   A. our holiday will be better    B. our holiday will be the better

   C. the better our holiday will be  D. the better will our holiday be

27. So difficult ______ it to live in an English-speaking country that I determined to learn English well.

A.      I have felt  B. have I felt  C. I did feel  D. did I feel

28. Feeling the car stolen, _____________________.

A.      a policeman was asked to help  B. the area was searched thoroughly

C. it was looked for everywhere    D. she hurried to a policeman for help

29. Do let your mother know all the truth. She appears _____ everything.

   A. to tell  B. to be told   C. to be telling  D. to have been told

30. I don’t suppose anyone will volunteer, _______?

   A. do I   B. don’t I  C. will they  D. won’t they

31. I really appreciate _____ to talk with you on this nice island.

A.      to have had time  B. having time  C. to have time

D. to having time

32. In such dry weather, the flowers will have to be watered if they _____________>

   A. have survived   B. are to survive   C. would survive

   D. will survive

33. In fact, _____ is a hard job for the police to keep order in an important football match.

   A. this    B. that  C. there   D. it

34. You can’t imagine that a well-behaved gentleman _____ be so rude to a lady.

   A. might   B. need  C. should  D. would

35. Information has been put forward ____ more middle school graduates will be admitted into universities.

    A. while   B. that  C. when   D. as

36. As I know, there is ____ car in this neighborhood.

A.      no such  B. no a  C. not such  D. no such a

37. He’s got himself into a serious situation _______ he is likely to lose control over the plane.

A.      where  B. which  C. while  D. why

38. The bell _____ the end of the period rang, ______ our heated discussion.

   A. indicating….interrupting    B. indicated….interrupting

   C. indicating….interrupted     D. indicated….interrupted

39. Fishing is his favorite hobby, and __________________.

A.      he’d like to collect coins as well  B. he feel like collecting coins, too

C. to collect coins is also his hobby   D. collecting coins also gives him great pleasure

40. What would have happened______, as far as the river bank?

   A. Bob had walked farther    B. if Bob should walk farther

   C. had Bob walked farther    D. if Bob walked farther

III. Vocabulary (10 points )

   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.

41. Alice trusts you, only you can ___her to give up the foolish idea.

A.      suggest  B. attract  C. tempt  D. persuade

42. Her brother ____ to leave her in the dark room alone when she disobeyed his order.

A.      declared  B. threatened  C. warned  D. exclaimed

43. In the botanic garden we can find a(n) _____ of plants that rang from tall trees to small trees.

A.      species  B. group  C. amount  D. variety

44. When climbing the hill John was knocked unconscious by an ________ rolling stone.

A.      untouched  B. unexpected  C. unfamiliar  D. unbelievable

45. Her son, to whom she was so ______, went abroad ten years ago.

   A. loved  B. cared   C. devoted   D. affected 

46. I don’t think Peter is too young to take care of the pet dog _________.

A.      correctly  B. properly  C. exactly  D. actively

47. According to the new research gardening is a more ____ exercise for older women than jogging or swimming.

    A. mental  B. physical   C. effective  D. efficient 

48. ---- Can you shoot that bird at the top of the tree ?

   ---- No, it’s out of ________ .

      A. range   B. reach   C. control  D. distance 

49. The lift of London is made up of many different _________.

A. elements   B. sections  C. materials   D. realities 

50. I’m planning to hold a party in the open air, but I can make no guarantees because it ____ the weather.

A. links with  B. depends on  C. connects to   D. decides on 

IV. Cloze Test (20 points)

   Directions: For each blank in the following passages there are four words or phrases marked A,B, C and D. Fill in each blank with the word or phrase that best fits the context.

                                 A

        The 28-year-old had spent six years working night while she gained her university degree during the day. When she finally graduated she had her eye on a teaching (51) at a nearby primary school. With the help of her friends, she had an interview with the Head.

        “ I noticed a tiny hole in one of my stockings earlier,” she (52). “ I thought about changing them, but I knew I’d be late if I did. And by the time II got to the interview, (53) enormous. I walked in apologizing for not (54).” The would-be teacher didn’t get the job. In fact one of her friends told her that the (55) only comment was: “ If someone doesn’t take the time to present her best (56) at an interview, what kind of (57) is she going to be ?”

        First impressions are (58) ones. In other words, if you’ve viewed positively within the critical(关键的)first four minutes, the person you’ve met will (59) assume everything you do is positive. Leave the interview a bad impression, and often he will assume you have a lot of other unsatisfactory characters. Worse, he or she may not take the time to give you a second (60). Most employers believe that those who look as if they care about themselves will care more about their jobs.

    51. A. profession   B. position    C. career     D. occupation

    52. A. repeats      B. reminds    C. recalls     D. responds 

    53. A. I was       B. he was     C. it was      D. they were

    54. A. looking at all B. looking at him  C. looking round  D. looking my best

    55. A. Head’s      B. student’s    C. friend’s    D. would-be teacher’s

 56. A. figure      B. image       C. aspect     D. shape

 57. A. person     B. worker      C. graduate    D. teacher

 58. A. lasting     B. remaining    C. continuing  D. persisting 

 59.A. rarely      B. occasionally   C. probably   D. certainly

 60. A. job        B. thought      C. chance     D. question

                            B

    Many people find that regular physical activity gives them an unexpected benefit. They sleep better and wake up feeling more (61), in part due to increased amounts of deep sleep. Deep sleep may play a role in the body restoring(恢复) itself (62) , as opposed to REM( rapid eye movement) or dreaming sleep. Researchers have found that physical exercise , especially (63) in the afternoon or early evening , produces more (64) early in the night.

    (65) can also help you get a better night’s sleep in a number of indirect ways. The relaxation and tiredness (66) by exercise can improve sleep.

     Exercise encourages weight loss and also may (67) depression. Exercising later in the day can also help delay the (68) drop in your body’s temperature. The (69) of exercise are especially important for older people,(70) exercise has been shown to increase the amount of sleep senior adults get in a night and reduce the time it takes to fall asleep. But be sure you finish exercising at least 4 hours before bedtime--- working out later than that could leave you too excited to fall asleep easily.

61. A. conscious     B. peaceful     C. effective    D. refreshed 

62. A. physically     B. mentally     C. emotionally  D. regularly

63. A. made         B. done        C. functioned   D. conducted

64. A. night’s sleep   B. dreaming sleep C. deep sleep   D. REM

65. A. Exercise       B. Dreams      C. researchers  D. Doctors

66.A. recovered      B. strengthened   C. caused      D. reduced

67.A. increase       B. relieve        C. release      D. arouse

68. A. nighttime     B. daytime        C. dinnertime   D. lifetime

69.A. disadvantages   B. benefits       C .ways        D .plays

70. A. yet           B. if             C. when       D. since
V. Reading Comprehension (30 points)

  Directions: Read the following passages. Each passage is followed by several questions or unfinished sentences. 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

    One evening after dinner,. Mr and Mrs Tisich called a family meeting. “ We’ve had to make a difficult decision, “ Mr Tisich announced. “You see, you mother has been offered a post as codirector of a television station in Chicago. Unfortunately, the station is not here. After thinking long and hard about it, we’ve concluded that the right decision is to move to Chicago.”

    Marc looked shocked, while his sister Rached breathlessly started asking when they’d be moving. “It’s surprising, but exciting!”  She said Marc simply said, “We can’t go --- I can’t leave all my friends. I’d rather stay here and live with Tommy Lyons!”

    The Tisichs hoped that by the time they moved in August, Marc would grow more accustomed to the idea of leaving. However, he showed no signs of accepting the news, refusing to pack his belongings.

     When the morning of the move arrived, Marc was nowhere to be found. His parents called Tommy Lyons’s house, But Mrs Lyons said she hadn’t seen Marc. Mrs Tisich became increasing concerned, while her husband felt angry with their son for behaving so irresponsibly.

    What they didn’t know was that Marc started walking over to Tommy’s house, with a faint idea of hiding in the Lyon’s attic(阁楼) for a few days. But something happened on the way as Marc walked past all the familiar landscape of the neighborhood; the fence that he and his mother painted, the tree that he and his sister used to climb, the park where he and his father often took evening walks together. How much would these mean without his family, who make them special in the first place? Marc didn’t take the time to answer that question but instead hurried to his house, wondering if there were any moving cartoons (纸板箱) the right size to hold his record collection.

71. The conflict in this story was caused by _________.

A.      Marc and Rach’s different tempers  B. a quarrel between Tommy Lyons and Marc

C .Marc’s disagreement with his parents about their move

D. Mr and Mrs Tisich’s remark of Marc’s irresponsibility  

   72. Marc and Rachel’s reactions to the move were similar in the way that they were ______>

A. surprised   B. angry and upset   C. anxious for more details

D. worried about packing

   73. The reason for Marc’s going home was that _______________.

A. he did not want to be left behind   B. he realized his family was essential to him.

C. he hoped to reach an agreement with his parents

D. he hoped to be a more responsible person.

   74. What would most likely happen next ?

A.      Marc would bring his records over to the Lyons’s house

B.      Mr and Mrs Tisich would call the police.

C.      Marc would join his family for house moving.

D.     Mr and Mrs Tisich would start searching for Marc.

B

Answer the following questions by using the information taken from a dictionary page. (You may read the questions first)


         shillings(1 shilling =1/20 pound) return from Swansea – too much I thought. All my money went to the family then, “ he said.

During the next two days Mr Evans will be taken on a whistle – stop tour of London to see the sights. Top of his list is a visit to the Houses of Parliament(国会).

The only arrangement he does not care for  is the wheelchair provided to move him about if he gets tired. “ I don’t like the chair business – people will so think I am getting old,” he said.

His secret for a long and healthy life has been well publicized – no alcohol, no cigarette and no angry. Before setting off from Swansea with his 76-year-old son, Amwel , he quipped, “ I’m glad to see they’ve given me a return ticket. “

78. It was reported that Mr Evans’s healthy long life was to a certain extent due to his _________.

A.      wine drinking  B. proper smoking  C. mild temper  D. sense of humor

79. Which of the following statements is true?

A.      A single trip from Mr Evans’s house to the White City used to be ten shillings.

B.      The first place for Mr Evans to visit is the Houses of Parliament.

C.      He appreciated people’s arrangement of a wheelchair during his visit

D.     Mr Evans once made the journey to London at the end of the century.

80. The word “quip” in the last sentence most probably means________.

   A. to make a witty remark   B. to express a happy message

   C. to make a wish          D. to tell a joke

81. What might be the best title for this passage?

   A. 110-year-old Tourist     B. Secret for Long and Healthy Life

   C. Free Return Ticket      D. Sightseeing in London

                                 D

When we walk through the city, we all experience a kind of information overload but we pay attention only to those that are important to us. we don’t stop, we keep our faces expressionless and eyes straight ahead, and in doing so, we are not just protecting ourselves but are avoiding overloading other people as well.

We make use of stereotypes(刻板的模式) as convenient ways to make quick judgements about situations and people around us. They may not always be accurate, and they can often be dangerous wrong, but they are used regularly.

The problem with the stereotypes is that they restrict experience. By using limited clues to provide us with a rapid opinion of other people or places we may choose to limit out communication. We may decide not to go to certain places because we believe they will not offer something we enjoy.

In the city, styles of dress are particularly important with regard to self-presentation. Different groups often use clearly identifiable styles of clothes so that they can be easily recognized. It is becoming increasingly common for brand names to be placed on the outside of clothes , and this labeling makes it easy to send out information about fashion and price instantly, and lets others tell at a distance whether an individual has similar tastes and is a suitable person to associate with.

In England, where social grouping or class continues to make social distinctions(区分), clothes hairstyles, people’s pronunciation and the number of speaking are all clues to our social group class distinction tend to be relatively fixed, although in the city where greater variety is permitted, they are more likely to be secondary determining factors of friendship and association.

82. People walking in cities ignore the surroundings because _________.

A. they do not wish to talk to other people  B. everyone else is expressionless

C. the environment is already familiar to them

D. there is too much information to take in

83.According to the passage, the main disadvantage of using stereotypes is that they_________.

A.      are likely to lead us into dangerous situation

B.      may make us miss some pleasant experience

C.      can rarely be relied on  D. make us mentally lazy

84. From the passage m\we may conclude that _____________.

A.      stereotypes can help to understand people fully.

B.      people are becoming more interested in fashion

C.      dressing can send messages about individuals

D.     stereotypes can do more harm than good to people

85. It would appear that in England, a person’s class _______________.

A.      might be less important in making friends in a city

B.      is mainly determined by his pronunciation

C.      plays less of a role than it did in the past.

D.     is something that can be changed easily

 

 

       2001年普通高等学校招生全国统一考试

上 海 英 语 试 题

                       第二卷(共40分)

I Translation (15 points)

  Directions: Translate the following sentences into English, using the words given in the brackets.

1.我们的祖国从来没有像今天这样强大。(Never….) 

2.我们将作进一步的讨论,然后再作出最终结论。(before) 

3.据说在那个湖底发现了一个古城的遗址。(discover) 

4.这个地区的经济发展很快,可是某些市民的素质还不尽如人意。(quality) 

5.他们应从这件事中吸取教训:玩火者必自焚。(burn) 

II. Guided Writing (25 points)

 Directions: Write an English composition in over 120 words, according to the topic given in Chinese.

请你谈谈轿车大量进入家庭后,对家庭,环境和经济可能产生的影响。

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