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      一、2020年 1月全國普通高等學校招生統一考試 

      上海卷 英語(試運轉試題)

       

       

       

      2020年 1月全國普通高等學校招生統一考試 

      上海卷 英語(試運轉試題)

      I. Listening Comprehension

      Section A

      Directions: In Section A, you will hear ten short conversations between twospeakers. At the end of each conversation, a question will be asked about whatwas said. The conversations and the questions will be spoken only once. Afteryou hear a conversation and the question about it, read the four possibleanswers on your paper, and decide which one is the best answer to the questionyou have heard.

      1.A. The seats thereare uncomfortable.

      B. There are more thanenough seats.

      C. It is popular withcustomers.

      D. It providescustomers with reading materials.

      2. A.Give his neighbor a spare key.

      B. Get his key from hisneighbor.

      C. Study in hisneighbor’s apartment.

      D. Borrow some booksfrom his neighbor.

      3. A.Hand in their financial plan later.

      B. Leave their financialplan unfinished.

      C. Seek moreinformation for their financial plan.

      D. Finish theirfinancial plan with what they have.

      4.A. He failed in Dr. Parker’s test.

      B. He didn’t know Dr.Parker at all.

      C. Dr. Parker’s testswere not difficult.

      D. The woman’s sourceof information is reliable.

      5.A. The man should be recognized by his parents.

      B. The man’s parentshelped him get the scholarship.

      C. The man should bepraised for his accomplishment.

      D. The man’s parentsstopped boasting about his scholarship.

      6.A. She didn’t work hard on it.

      B. She made manypersuasive claims in it.

      C. It wasn’t as good asexpected.

      D. Her professor wassatisfied with it.

      7.A. Serve the dish as it is.

      B. Taste the dishfirst.

      C. Put some salt in thedish.

      D. Ask mum about thedish.

      8.A. She’ll call Julia next week.

      B. She wonders ifshe’ll see Julia.

      C. Julia doesn’t wantothers to see her.

      D. Julia won’t be ableto help the man.

      9.A. It is a big deal.

      B. It needs a newengine.

      C. It doesn’t deserverepairing.

      D. It is in bettercondition than hers.

      10. A.He has a lot of experience as a skier.

      B. He hasn’t ever beento central mountains.

      C. He plans to goskiing during his spring break.

      D. He doesn’t recommendgoing to central mountains.

      Section B

      Directions: In Section B, you will hear two passages and a longer conversation, andyou will be asked several questions on each of the passages and theconversation. The passages and the conversation will be read twice, but thequestion will be spoken only once. When you hear a question, read the fourpossible answers on your paper and decide which one is the best answer to thequestion you have heard.

      Questions 11 through 13are based on the following passage.

      11.A. It’s no usedreaming.

      B. What you get is justwhat you want.

      C. You are notsatisfied with what you have.

      D. You are not clearlyaware of what you want.

      12.A. As a principlefor cooking.

      B. As a guideline forapplying for a job.

      C. As an explanation ofhow to get a good job.

      D. As an example of ablueprint.

      13.A. It is required bythe employer.

      B. It enables him tosell his abilities.

      C. It helps him to getconnected with the employer.

      D. It forces him tobecome clearly aware of himself.

      Questions 14 through 16are based on the following talk.

      14.A. Morefrequent.  B. More attractive.

      C. Moresuccessful. D. Morestraightforward.

      15.A. Too few managersever do it.

      B. It can be useful incertain circumstances.

      C. Experts aresometimes unwilling to give opinions.

      D. It can help to havea whole grasp of the complex system.

      16.A. They may rely toomuch on details.

      B. They may ignore somenecessary information.

      C. They can’t get intouch with employees.

      D. They may not haveaccess to the whole thing.

      Questions 17 through 20 arebased on the following conversation.

      17.A.A writer. B.A journalist.

      C.A story-teller.  D.A photographer.

      18.A. Theability to judge whether a story is true to the fact.

      B. The abilityto keep in mind the importance of a deadline.

      C. The abilityto research the sense of smell professionally.

      D. The ability toinform people of the missing parts of the story.

      19.A. They might failto be capable note-takers.

      B. They mightconcentrate too much on details.

      C. They might belacking in the trick of the trade.

      D. They might have noidea what to ask later.

      20.A. To promote the process of interviews.

      B. To keep theevidence.

      C. To challenge thecontent of recordings.

      D. To assess theinformation journalists need to know.

      2020年 1月全國普通高等學校招生統一考試 

      上海卷 英語(試運轉試題)

      聽力音頻材料及參考答案

      I. Listening Comprehension

      Section A

      Directions: In Section A, you will hear ten short conversations between twospeakers. At the end of each conversation, a question will be asked about whatwas said. The conversations and the questions will be spoken only once. Afteryou hear a conversation and the question about it, read the four possibleanswers on your paper, and decide which one is the best answer to the questionyou have heard.

      1. W:You waited at the new restaurant yesterday, didn't you? Was there much of await to be seated?

      M: Wish I had bought abook or something to kill my time.

      Q: What does the manimply about the new restaurant?

      2.W: Don't you have yourapartment key?

      M: It's a good thing. Ileave a spare with my neighbor so I can get in and get my books.

      Q: What will the manmost probably do next?

      3.M: I don't think wehave enough information for our financial plan, but it's due tomorrow.

      W: So we will just haveto make do with what we have got.

      O: What does the womansay they have to do?

      4. W: Have you evertaken Doctor Parker's tests? I hear they're impossible to pass.

      M: I don't know whoyou've been talking to. My experience was just the opposite.

      Q: What does the manimply?

      5.M: I'm really happy. Igot that athletic scholarship, but I wish my parents would stop boasting aboutit.

      W: If you ask me, Ithink you deserve a little bit recognition.

      Q: What does the womanmean?

      6.M: What sort of agrade did you get on your research paper? I know how hard you worked on it

      W: But the professorsaid that I made too many broad claims that weren't supported enough.

      Q: What does the womanmean about her research paper?

      7.M: Mary. do you thinkthe dish needs any more salt before I serve it?

      W: It's really quitenice. And we did exactly what mom says. Why take a chance of ruining it?

      Q: What does the womanimply the man should do?

      8.M: Would you mindasking Julia to give me a call? I was hoping she would be able to help out withcourse registration next week?

      W: Sure. if I see her,she's made herself pretty scarce lately.

      Q: What does the womanmean?

      9.M: I just got this carand it's already falling apart. One of the door handles fell off and now theinside light won't go on.

      W: Hey, what's the bigdeal? Falling apart is when your car needs a new engine, like mine does.

      Q: What does the womanmean about the man's car?

      10. W: I am thinkingabout spending my spring breaks skiing at central mountains. You were therelast year. How was it?

      M: To be completelyhonest. That left a lot to be desired

      Q: What does the manimply

      Section B

      Directions: In Section B, you will hear two passages and a longer conversation, andyou will be asked several questions on each of the passages and theconversation. The passages and the conversation will be read twice, but thequestion will be spoken only once. When you hear a question, read the fourpossible answers on your paper and decide which one is the best answer to thequestion you have heard.

      Questions 11 through 13are based on the following passage.

      Old people used to sayit's not what you want in this world but what you get. Psychology teaches thatyou do get what you want if you know what you want and want the right things.You can make a mental blueprint of a desire as you would make a blueprint of ahouse. For example, if we intend to have friends to dinner, we plan the menu,make a shopping list, and such planning is essential for any type of meal to beserved. Likewise. if you want to find a job. write a brief account of yourself.In making a blueprint for a job, begin with yourself. For when you know exactlywhat you have to offer, you can intelligently plan where to sell your services.This account of yourself is actually a picture of you working life and shouldinclude education, experience and references. It can be referred to in fillingout standard application blanks and is extremely helpful in personalinterviews. When you have carefully prepared a blueprint of your abilities anddesires, you have something concrete to sell, then you are ready to hunt for ajob.

      Questions:

      11What do the elders mean when they say it's not what you want in this world butwhat you get?

      12.Why does the writer mention making a blueprint before inviting a friend to dinner?

      13.According to the text, why must one write an account of himself before startingto find a job

      Questions 14 through 16are based on the following talk.

      Once a business hassuccessfully introduced a new process, the parent organization naturally wantsto repeat that success. The goal then is to use existing knowledge. It's lessattractive, but it actually happens more often. However, getting things rightthe second time is not necessarily any simpler than it was the first time. It seemsthat most large industries are trying to repeat their previous successes, butmost of the attempts fail. So why do so few managers get things right the secondtime? Let's consider one reason for failure: placing too much trust in thepeople who are running the successful operation. Managers who want to applyexisting knowledge typically start off by going to an expert. This approach canbe used if you want to gain a rough understanding of a particular system orunderstand smaller isolated problems. The trouble is, even the expert doesn'tfully grasp the whole thing. When it comes to complex systems, the expert neverhas complete access to all the necessary information. And the situation iscomplicated even further by the fact that experts are usually not aware oftheir own ignorance. For instance, some details may be difficult to describe,learned on the job and well known by workers perhaps, but impossible to describein a way that's helpful. And there are some things that people know or do thatthey're not even aware of.

      Questions.

      14.According to the speaker, how our attempts to copy existing processes comparedwith introducing new business processes?

      15.What does the speaker say about asking experts for advice?

      16.Why can't experts fully understand a business system?

      Questions 17 through 20are based on the following conversation.

      W:Welcome. We're delighted you're coming to work with us. Justin. Your first jobhere will be an assistant journalist. Do you have any questions?

      M:Can I go out on a story immediately?

      W:That's admirable. but I'm afraid it would be unusual. Wait till you're moreexperienced. First. We'll put you as an assistant to an experienced journalist;later, you can cover a story and present the article yourself.

      M:Wonderful. What do I need to take with me? I really have a notebook and acamera.

      W:No need for a camera. You'll have a professional photographer with you. You maybe able to concentrate on photography later if you're interested.

      M:What do I need to remember when I go out to cover a story?

      W:You need to be curious. Only if you ask many different questions will youacquire all the information you need to know. We say a good journalist musthave a good nose for a story. That means you must be able to assess when peopleare not telling the whole truth and then try to discover it. They must useresearch to inform themselves of the missing parts of the story.

      M.What should I keep in mind?

      W:Here comes my list of dos and don'ts: don't miss your deadline; don't be rude;don't talk too much. But make sure you listen to the interviewee carefully.

      M:Why is listening so important?

      W:Well. you have to listen for detailed facts. Meanwhile. you have to prepare thenext question, depending on what the person says.

      M:But how can I listen carefully while taking notes?

      W:This is a trick of the trade. If the interviewee agrees, you can use a recorderto get the facts straight. It's also useful if a person wants to challenge you,you have the evidence to support your story.

      M:I see. I'm looking forward to my first assignment now.

      Questions:

      17.What job is Justin trying to take up?

      18.What does a good nose mean for journalists?

      19.What will happen if journalists don' listen carefully?

      20.Why does the woman suggest using a recorder?

      參考答案: 1-5: CBDCC 6-10: CABDD 11-15: ADDAB 16-20: DBADB

    二、2020上海高考英語聽力:考前熱身

      所有的堅持終不被辜負,

      所有的夢想也將因堅持而輝煌??!

                                    —— 高考加油

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      同學們就要高考實戰!今天推出近三年高考英語聽力真題(回憶版)僅供考前學生熱身檢測使用。此刻,愿我們默默的祝福轉為你十多年奮進后最美妙的音符!

            在高考英語的聽力中,聽力理解相對是最容易拿分也是最容易失分。特別英語聽力真實情景的弱讀、連讀和爆破等,又夾雜不同播音員的美音和英音的混合。因此需要抓住關鍵詞,作為突破口。為方便學生學習,材料為均為word版,方便學生打印。

      上海高考英語真題——聽力理解 

    2019年1月普通高等學校招生全國統一考試

      上海英語聽力卷

      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 the question you have heard.

      1. A. In a furniture store.  B. In a restaurant.

      C. In the kitchen.  D. In a shopping center.

      2. A. She was very nervous.  B. She hosted the TV programs.

      C. She has heart disease.  D. She missed a speech.

      3. A. She is full. B. She is tired.  C. She doesn’t like snack. D. She is ill.

      4. A. 50 pounds.  B. 60 pounds.  C. 100 pounds. D. 120 pounds.  

      5. A. He didn’t do well in the contest.  

      B. He paid a lot for the contest.  

      C. He did a good job in spelling.

      D. He didn’t care the contest.

      6. A. Joan thinks that her son’s new school isn’t suitable for him.

      B. Joan finds it difficult for her son to adapt himself to the new school.

      C. Joan thinks that her son is definitely at ease in his new school.

      D. Joan finds it quite easy for her son to get used to the new school.

      7. A. They are talking about a fitness coach.  

      B. They are talking about a school teacher.

      C. They are talking about their manager.

      D. They are talking about their former colleague.

      8. A. The lecture was very successful.

      B. The students were not polite at the lecture.

      C. The young people have great wisdom.

      D. He felt thirsty at the lecture.

      9. A. The Woman. B. The boss.  C. The man.  D. Tom.

      10. A. His calculator is more powerful.

      B. He doesn’t want her mum to waste money.

      C. He is good at calculating.

      D. He doesn’t need any present.

      Section B

      Directions: In Section B, you will hear two passages and one longer conversation. After each passage or conversation, you will be asked several questions. The passages and the conversation 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 is the best answer to the question you have heard.

      Questions 11 through 13 are based on the following passage.

      11. A. 15 July, 1938. B. 15 July, 1942.  C. 5 July, 1938.  D. 5 July, 1942.12. A.Because the war broke out.

      B. Because the plane ticket was too expensive.

      C. Because it was banned by the air force.

      D. Because land-based aircraft got rapid development.13. A. The vast waters of Australia.

      B. The surprising history of flying boats.

      C. The excellent service of flying boats.

      D. The cruelty of World War II.

      Questions 14 through 16 are based on the following passage. 

      14. A. They arrange everything neatly in their workspace.

      B. They can easily adapt to new situations.

      C. They have excellent memory and reasoning skills.

      D. They have extensive knowledge.

      15. A. Smarter people like messiness.

      B. Messiness helps creativity.

      C. Creativity may lead to messiness.

      D. Creativity only exists in smart people.

      16. A. The characteristics of the smart people.

      B. The relationship between creativity and messiness.

      C. The super creativity of the smart people.

      D. The surprising effect of messiness.

      Questions 17 through 20 are based on the following conversation.

      17. A. The reason why men always like reading newspaper.

      B. The different connections in brain in men and women.

      C. The complex structure of the human brain.

      D. The latest finding of the University of Oxford.

      18. A. In men’s brains, there are stronger connections in each half of the brain.

      B. In men’s brains, the stronger connections are between the two sides of the brain.

      C. The size of men’s brains is always bigger than the women’s.

      D. The men’s brains usually develop faster than women's.

      19. A. Women are better at finding direction.

      B. Women are better at cycling.

      C. Women are better at reading maps.

      D. Women are better at doing several things together.

      20. A. He is in favour of the new research findings.

      B. He disagrees with the new research findings.

      C. He thinks the findings are scientific and reasonable.

      D. He thinks the findings are too abstract.

      2018年6月普通高等學校招生全國統一考試

      上海英語聽力卷

      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 the question you have heard.

      1. A. In a supermarket. B. At the laundry.

      C. In a clothing store. D. At the tailor’s.

      2. A. He enjoys working hard.

      B. He is tired of piles of work.

      C. His complaint about work is sensible.

      D. His hard work doesn’t pay off.

      3. A. He’s changing the light.

      B. He’s burning the wires.

      C. He’s dancing on the desk.

      D. He is checking the bulb.

      4. A.£100. B. £200. C. £700.  D. £600.

      5. A. She has no chance to get the job.

      B. She is sure to be hired.

      C. There will be a fierce competition.

      D. Others will not give the chance to her.

      6. A. The man’s habit of drinking wine keeps him awake all night.

      B. This man should sleep in a comfortable bed.

      C. A little drinking can make the man sleep more comfortably.

      D. Both the bed and the wine should be blamed for the man’s insomnia.

      7. A. The size of the shirt is probably small for him.

      B. He doesn’t want any new shirt.

      C. He’s exercising to put on some weight.

      D. The receipt is essential to buy another shirt.

      8. A. Lead him to take another flight.

      B. Provide him with a place to stay tonight.

      C. Tell his friends to pick him up at the airport.

      D. Inform him of the new flight in time.

      9. A. A very popular hotel.

      B. The competitive job market.

      C. The large population of the city.

      D. The hot news on TV.

      10. A. The physics problem is Greek to all the students.

      B. Professor smith cannot teach the students well.

      C. The man still doesn’t understand the problem.

      D. It is unfortunate for the man to have physics class.

      Section B

      Directions: In Section B, you will hear two passages and one longer conversation, after each passage or conversation, you will be asked several questions, the passage and the conversation 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 is the best answer to the question you have heard.

      Questions 11 through 13 are based on the following passage.

      11. A. Britain.  B. France.  C. Spain.  D. America.

      12. A. St. Augustine was destroyed by the hurricanes in 2017.

      B. America became in charge of St. Augustine in 1821.

      C. The United Kingdom is the real owner of St. Augustine now.

      D. The visitors do not like to see the coastal views there.

      13. A. The extraordinary history of St. Augustine.

      B. The hardships St. Augustine once suffered.

      C. The popular coastal tourism of St. Augustine.

      D. The beautiful architecture and scenery in St. Augustine.

      Questions 14 through 16 are based on the following passage.

      14. A. The transport system of London is available everywhere.

      B. Tokyo’s lost property office is the biggest one in the world.

      C. The lost items are an important source of funding for London.

      D. In most cases, people don’t care about the things they lost.

      15. A. The lost items are collected all over the country.

      B. Losing old things may become a good chance for new ones.

      C. The items that are not claimed will be valuable for the transport.

      D. Most of the lost items will be given back to the owners.

      16. A. Losing shoes enables them to meet new opportunities.

      B. The lost shoes are meaningless to them.

      C. They get the chance to treat themselves with new shoes.

      D. Shoes once get lost, it’s difficult to find them back.

      Questions 17 through 20 are based on the following conversation.

      17. A. She is discussing business with this man.

      B. She’s looking around a house for rent.

      C. She’s watching the house she wants to buy.

      D. She is talking about the loan with the bank staff.

      18. A. The wine storage area. B. The advanced equipment.

      C. The relaxing colors of the wall. D. The reasonable layout.

      19. A. It’s dirty cheap. B. It’s unreasonable.

      C. It’s unexpected.D. It’s acceptable.

      20. A. The householder often ignores customers’ offering.

      B. The woman is superior to others in buying this house.

      C. The house agent is uncertain about the woman’s offering.

      D. The house has been ordered in advance by other people.

      2018年1月上海春季高考英語聽力

      I. Listening Comprehension

      Section A

      Directions: In Section A, you will hear ten short conversations between two speaks. 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 a 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. Her working all day long.

      B. The family reunion.

      C. The annoying housework.

      D. The intense arrangement for the dinner.

      2. A. The kids were frightened by the movie.

      B. The kids enjoyed the movie.

      C. The movie is not suitable for kids to see.

      D. The movie is quite boring.

      3. A. She is drinking tea at a table.

      B. She is interested in reading magazines.

      C. She likes the pictures in the magazines.

      D. She doesn’t know any Chinese.

      4. A. Supermarket.  B. Drug store. C. Barber shop D. Shopping centre.

      5. A. He likes cooking food himself. B. He thinks frozen food is healthier.

      C. He accepts the woman’s invitation. D. He prefers to buy frozen food.

      6. A. A full-time student. B. An exchange student.

      C. A visiting scholar. D. A part-time student.

      7. A. She is bossy.  B. She is timid.

      C. She is arrogant. D. She is trustworthy.

      8. A. He’s a teacher. B. He’s a writer.

      C. He’s a businessman. D. He’s a journalist.

      9. A. 1 hour.  B. 2 hours.  C. 3 hours.  D. 4 hours.

      10. A. The bad weather stopped him.

      B. His shoes were wore out.

      C. He didn’t like the hiking trip.

      D. He’s too tired to continue.

      Section B

      Directions: In Section B, you will hear two passages and one longer conversation. After each passage or  conversation, you will be asked several questions. The passages and conversation will be read twice, but the  questions will be spoken only once. When you hear a question, read the four possible answer on your paper  and decide which one is the best answer to the question you have heard.

      Questions 11 through 13 are based on the following passage.

      11. A. They became more active in water. 

      B. Symptoms of depression disappeared.

      C. Their digestion developed. 

      D. They suffered from depression.

      12. A. Neon lights.B. Kindle screens.  C. Overweight.  D. Closed window curtains.

      13. A. Turn off all the electronic devices.

      B. Read a book and drink some water.

      C. Take some sleep pills.

      D. Go on a diet and lose some weight.

      Questions 14 through 16 are based on the following passage.

      14. A. 71% of the poor live a day with less than ten dollars.

      B. The population of people live in poverty has decreased in the past decade.

      C. Economic growth has made global poverty worse than before.

      D. The middle class are now one step away from poverty.

      15. A. The middle class has expanded in the 111 countries.

      B. The number of middle class has increased but it is not a global phenomenon.

      C. Great progress has been made for the people in poverty with impressive results.

      D. Once get out of poverty, those people will live a better life.

      16. A. The middle class would not allow those poor to make a better living.

      B. Whatever progress is made, nothing will be changed.

      C. Good changes are too tiny to make those poor live a totally different life.

      D. Developed countries suffer from the question from both poverty and the middle class.

      Questions 17 through 20 are based on the following conversation.

      17. A. thunderstorm accident. B. A cable emergency.

      C. An appointment on Saturday.  D. A computer system breakdown.

      18. A. Lightning.B. Power failure.  C. Cable cut.D. System failure.

      19. A. Plug the TV off.B. Keep the cable connected.

      C. Stay at home.D. Call the cable center for sure.

      20. A. On Saturday morning.B. On Saturday afternoon.

      C. On Tuesday Morning.  D. On Tuesday afternoon.

      2017年6月普通高等學校招生全國統一考試

      上海英語聽力卷

      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 the question you have heard.

      1. A. The man should stop the program.

      B. The program is too difficult to learn.

      C. She can help the man learn the program.

      D. The man should keep learning the program.

      2. A. They like reading today’s paper.

      B. They are interested in today’s paper.

      C. They found nothing interesting in today’s paper.

      D. They have no idea what the paper is about.

      3. A. In a theater.  B. In a concert.  

      C. In a park.  D. In an exhibition.

      4. A. Feed the dog.  B. Clean the house.

      C. Give the dog a bath. D. Find something to eat. 

      5. A. Expensive.  B. Cheap.  C. Unsuitable. D. Unnecessary.

      6. A. Maths test.  B. English test.

      C. Biology test. D. History test.

      7. A. Because he was in Chengdu.

      B. Because the concert was held in Chengdu.

      C. Because he was too tired to attend the concert. 

      D. Because the concert was not good enough. 

      8. A. He couldn’t help Mary.  B. He could lend Mary his bicycle.

      C. Mary could ask someone else for help. D. Professor X would help Mary.

      9. A. Doctors should not lecture people about life styles.

      B. Doctors’ own life styles are different from others.

      C. She doesn’t agree with the man.

      D. Doctors’ lecture is of little use.

      10. A. He likes watching instead of playing. B. He is a good team sports player.

       C. He doesn’t like any kinds of sports. D. He likes taking part in team sports.

      Section B

      Directions: In Section B, you will hear two passages and one longer conversation, after each passage or conversation, you will be asked several questions, the passage and the conversation 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 is the best answer to the question you have heard.

      Questions 11 through 13 are based on the following talk.

      11. A. Buy some small bottles to hold shampoo.

       B. Collect samples of shampoo for holiday use.

       C. Only take some necessary clothes.

       D. Roll up clothes to save space and reduce wrinkling.

      12. A. Put a lock on the suitcase.

       B. Take a plain case instead of an expensive one.

       C. Draw some symbols on the suitcase.

       D. Do not take a suitcase. 

      13. A. How to keep yourself safe during a holiday.

       B. How to decease weight for a holiday trip.

       C. How to keep yourself away from theft.

       D. How to make your suitcase simple and plain.

      Questions 14 through 16 are based on the following passage.

      14. A. It can increase the rate of learning and the likelihood of remembering.

       B. It can help gather related information.

       C. The information can be easily recalled during an actual debate.

       D. It makes remembering information difficult.

      15. A. Reading and thinking alone.  B. Talking about a movie to friends.

       C. Writing down what they’ve read.  D. Read the information loudly.

      16. A. Related information is put together logically.

       B. All the information is put together in a certain place.

       C. Information is related and can be recalled.

       D. You can recall any information anytime. 

      Questions 17 through 20 are based on the following conversation.

      17. A. Cutting down public water supply during part of a day in some cities.

       B. Ways to change the public toilet.

       C. Suggestions for the public to change their bathrooms.

       D. How to save water by making changes to the bathrooms.

      18. A. Change the toilet. B. Use a water-saving shower head.

       C. Brush teeth once a day. D. Use toilets as less as possible.

      19.A. 6 liters.B. 10 liters C. 20 liters.  D. 16 liters.

      20. A. How to use water when the public supply is cut.

       B. How to make the best use of water.

       C. Criticizing people for wasting water.

       D. How to protect water in daily life.

      2017年1月普通高等學校招生全國統一考試

      上海英語聽力卷

      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 a 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 will have cheesecake. B. She will have pie and ice-cream.

      C. She will have chocolate cake.D. She will have ice-cream.

      2. A. She can’t see the museum.B. Her glasses are wrong.

      C. She loses her glasses.D. She can’t see the time on the sign.

      3. A. She is glad.B. She is surprised.

      C. She is moved.D. She is doubtful.

      4. A. Her job is to browse the books.

      B. She likes killing time by browsing books.

      C. She lives near the library.

      D. She felt being at home in the library.

      5. A. He is going to ski this afternoon.

      B. He will probably not go skiing this afternoon.

      C. He doubts that the weather will be bad.

      D. He will go skiing if the weather is bad.

      6. A. His brother ate the food all.

      B. His brother did some cleaning to the fridge.

      C. His brother took out all the food.

      D. His brother likes food very much.

      7. A. She suggests not going to the concert.

      B. She suggests changing to another day.

      C. She suggests changing the nephew’s T-shirt.

      D. She suggests that the man change his T-shirt.

      8. A. He would drive the woman to school right now.

      B. He would send the woman’s car to a repair shop.

      C. He would go to the clinic first.

      D. He would lend his car to the woman.

      9. A. She doesn’t agree with the man.

      B. She doesn’t understand what the man means.

      C. She thinks psychologists are wrong.

      D. She has no idea what psychologists have done.

      10. A. She took part in the show, too.

       B. She had a good time at the show.

       C. She watched just part of the show.

       D. She was clear of the whole thing.

      Section B

      Directions: In Section B, you will hear two passages and one longer conversation, and you will be asked several questions on each of the passages and the conversation. The passages and the conversation 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 is the best answer to the question you have heard.

      Questions 11 through 13 are based on the following passage.

      11. A. A handbag with an explosive device.B. An unknown handbag

      C. An explosive device. D. An explosive handbag.

      12. A. They should leave the seats as soon as possible.

       B. They should make their way out quietly and orderly.

       C. They only need to care for themselves.

       D. They should make their way out by exit 2.

      13. A. In a shopping mall.B. At a supermarket.

       C. In a theater.D. In a children’s garden.

      Questions 14 through 16 are based on the following passage.

      14. A. A television set.B. A remote control.

       C. A screen.D. An aid substractor.

      15. A. She likes watching advertisements with loud volume.

       B. She uses the remote control to reduce the volume sometimes.

       C. She made the invention all by herself.

       D. She invented the telephone answering machine.

      16. A. It must be attached to the back of the remote control.

       B. She must preset the volume each time she turns on the TV.

       C. The remote control must always be pointed directly at the TV set.

       D. The volume must be set twice of the program.

      Questions 17 through 20 are based on the following conversation.

      17. A. It’s about the steps in making a speech.

       B. It’s about the importance of speech.

       C. It’s about how to get a good grade.

       D. It’s about the importance of the listeners.

      18. A. The influence of the speech.B. The listeners of the speech.

       C. The subject of the speech.D. The purpose of the speech.

      19. A. Entertainment.B. How to inform the audience.

       C. Organizing thoughts. D. Grade.

      20. A. Write down whatever comes to mind.

       B. Inform the audience about the subject.

       C. Make the audience laugh.

       D. Think of the listeners. 

      上海高考英語真題——聽力理解參考答案 


    2019年1月普通高等學校招生全國統一考試

      上海英語聽力卷

      1-5 BADCA  6-10 BDABC  11-13 CAB  14-16 ACB  17-20 BADB

    2018年6月普通高等學校招生全國統一考試

      上海英語聽力卷

      1-5 DADCB  6-10 AABBC  11-13 CBA  14-16 DBC  17-20 CADB

       2018年1月上海春季高考英語聽力

      1-5 BCDAC  6-10 ADBCD  11-13 DAA  14-16 BBC17-20 BAAC

      2017年6月普通高等學校招生全國統一考試

      上海英語聽力卷聽力材料

      1-5 DCBBA 6-10 ACADA

      11-13 ABB  14-16 DBA 17-20 ABDB

      2017年1月普通高等學校招生全國統一考試

      上海英語聽力卷

      1—5 ADDDB6—10 ACCBC11—13 ABC14—16 DDC17—20 BBCA  

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