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上海市青浦区2017届高考一模英语试卷

2017届上海市青浦区高考英语一模试卷

(考试时间120分钟,满分140分)

I. Listening Comprehension Section A Short Conversations

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. Two. B. Three. C. Four. D. Five.

2. A. In a clinic. B. In a cinema.

C. In an electronics store.

D. In a bookstore.

3. A. A salesperson. B. A pilot. C. A waitress. D. A firefighter.

4. A. To work in July. B. To print a form.

C. To go back to school.

D. To take a vocation.

5. A. He dropped his phone. B. He hates long-distance calls.

C. His call got cut off.

D. His mobile is too long.

6. A. He is consulting. B. He is arguing with the woman.

C. He is complaining.

D. He is giving advice.

7. A. People are waiting at the automatic ticket machine.

B. The man will not stay in line for the tickets.

C. The woman will exchange tickets at the machine.

D. They are waiting in line buying tickets for a movie.

8. A. She has confidence in her job. B. She has just got a job promotion.

C. She is excited to see the man.

D. She will make greater efforts.

9. A. Find a paper in the copy machine.

B. Fill out an application form.

C. Show her library card.

D. Sit at the table next to her.

10. A. The posters are not as good as the stalls.

B. The stall could have been more amazing.

C. The charity event was a copy of the past.

D. She was having hearing problems.

Section B

Directions: In Section B, you will hear several longer conversation(s) and short passage(s), and you will be asked several questions on each of the conversation(s) and the passage(s). The conversation(s) and the passage(s) 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. To show one’s love. B. To comfort someone.

C. To identify an old friend.

D. To congratulate someone.

12. A. France. B. America. C. China. D. Britain.

13. A. A comparison between the west and the east.

B. People hug each other for many reasons.

C. The French is a nation fond of hugging.

D. A study on IQ and hugs.

Questions 14 through 16 are based on the following news.

12. A. To save time for laws to take effect.

B. To weaken the government’s check.

C. To give himself more power.

D. To change the country’s political system.

13. A. A category. B. A measurement.

B. An activity. D. An airport.

14. A. The major industrial growth. B. The number of people at the airport.

C. The side effect of an emergency.

D. The unhealthy level of pollution.

Questions 17 through 20 are based on the following conversation.

15. A. Aging process. B. A talk show.

C. Job hunting.

D. Work pressure.

16. A. He will be in a talk show in the afternoon.

B. He used to be an actor but now a manager.

C. He noticed the woman was under stress long ago.

D. He suggests the woman do something different.

17. A. Hungry. B. Exhausted. C. Energetic. D. Relaxed.

18. A. The woman feels stressed because she is aging.

B. The woman feels sick, so she doesn,t want to have lunch.

C. Payday makes the woman feel better despite the great pressure.

D. The man was happy that he was not given the job he applied for II. Grammar and vocabulary II. Grammar and Vocabulary

Section A

Directions: After reading the passage below, fill in the blanks to make the passage 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.

One day a professor entered the classroom and told the students about a surprise test. After hearing that, all students ____21____ (seat) and waited for the test to begin. The professor gave the test papers to all students with the text____22_____ (face) down at the desk. Once he handed out the test papers to all students, he asked them to turn the test pages and begin.

Students’ were confused to see there was not a question ____23_____just a black dot in the center of the page. The professor noticed the students’ face expression and told them, “I want you to write about what you see there.”

The students were even __24__ (confused) but started the test by then. At the end of the class,. the professor took all answer sheets and started reading each answer in front of all students. All of them described about the black dot, ___25______ position they tried to explain. After the professor finished reading, the whole class was silent.

The professor explained, "Don't worry. I am not going to give you grades but I just want you to think about something. Here ___26______ focused on the black dot but no one wrote about the white paper, and the same is with our lives. The white paper represents our whole life and the black spot represents problems in our life. ___27___ our life is a gift given to us by God, with love and care, we have every reason to celebrate. Still we just focus on problems like health

issues, problems in relationships etc., but we never see these problems are very small compared with___28___ we have in our lives.”

So there is the moral lesson: we ___29______ try to take eyes off our problems and enjoy each moment that life _____30____ (give) us. Be happy and live the life positively.

Section B

Directions: Fill in each blank with a proper word chosen from the box. Each word can be used only once. Note that there is one word more than you need.

A.approached

B. generous

C. financially

D. effort

E. dates

F. victim

G. closed H. substituting I .boosts J.visible K.seemingly

Have you ever watched a television show or a movie and felt like you were watching a really long commercial? If so, then you’ve fallen ___31______to bad product placement (产植入).Clever marketing folks want their products to be __32_ within a scene, but not the focus. When done correctly, product placement can add a sense of realism to a movie or television show.

Product placement ___33______ from as early as 1950s when a drinks company paid to have a character in the movie The African Queen toss loads of their product overboard. Since then, there have been countless placements in thousands of movies.

Sometimes product placement just happens. A set dresser (布景人员)might think of something that _34— the level of credibility or realism of the story. One example is the use of a can of ant killer in a violent fight scene in the popular television programme The Sopranos. A spokeswoman for the manufacturer said if the company had not been —35— about the use of their product, they would not have given it a thumbs-up.

Arranged product placement deals are more prevailing. The most common type is a simple exchange of the product for the placement. A deal is made; in exchange for the airtime, the cast and crew are provided with a(n)___36______supply of the company's products.

Sometimes, a gift of the product isn’t an appropriate form of compensation, and then the deal, ____37___with money, works well. Someone from a manufacturer's marketing team hears about a movie project, and approaches the set dresser with a(n) _38_ attractive proposal. They come to an agreement, and the product makes a number of 39— casual appearances. Both teams are happy.

Before product placement really saw a rapid growth in the mid-1980s, it was pretty much a do-it-yourself ___40___. Now there are entire agencies that can handle the job. Some larger corporations will dedicate personnel to seek out opportunities for placement within films, television shows ——even games and music.

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.

Traditionally uniforms were manufactured to protect the worker. When they were first designed, it is also likely that all uniforms made symbolic sense — those for the military, for