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安徽省2009年高中学业水平测试英语模拟卷(9)

参考答案
第一部分 听力技能(共两节,每小题1分,满分20分)
1--5 BABCA  6--10 BCBAA  11—15 CCBCC  16—17 BA
18. Chinatown  19. by bus  19. 20. 7:00 tomorrow morning
第二部分 知识运用(共两节,每小题1分,满分20分)
21--25 CACCA     26--30 BACAC
31--35 BADBC     36--40 ABADC    
第三部分 阅读技能(共三节,每小题2分,满分40分)
41--44 DADD      45--48 ADDA       49--52 BDAA
53. kind and helpful
54. Because he couldn’t see kindness and compassion in their eyes.
55. He will try to help others whole-heartedly from now on even if he is busy.
56. Birthday traditions   57. Britain     58. fifteen     59. a new kimono  60. a key
第四部分 写作技能 (共两节,满分20分)
第一节 完成译文 (共5小题;每小题1分,满分5分)
61. of losing  62. nowhere to   63. One such   64. purpose of   65. was spoiled
第二节 情景作文 (共1题;满分15分)
One possible version:
The Importance of Water
As we know, plants and animals need water. So do people's life and production. Life couldn't go on without water. With the rapid development of agriculture and industry, more and more water is needed. However, water is becoming scarce in many places. What's more, a lot of rivers and lakes are beginning to be polluted by the waste water from factories. Fish can't live in them any longer. At the same time, the waste water does great harm to people's health.
In order to make rivers and lakes clean and prevent them from being polluted, we must take measures to stop it and fight a battle all kinds of pollution.
听力录音材料
Text1
M: Right, class. There’re some changes to your exam timetable. Your math exam will be changed to the next day.
W: You mean the 18th?
M: Yes, and the exam will start and end one hour earlier.
Text2
M: What about bringing Michael along to the meeting?
W: That isn’t such a bad idea.
Text3
W: Do you prefer tea or coffee after lunch?
M: I don’t care for tea that much and I only drink coffee in the evening.
Text4
W: Don’t spend too long at the bookstore. It’s a quarter to 12.
M: It’s OK. We have 45 minutes before the train leaves.
Text5
W: Hey, aren’t you cold without a coat?
M: Well, yes, actually! I can’t find my jacket, I think I must have left it somewhere in the hotel.
Text6
M: Hello. Could I speak to Mr. Smith’s secretary, please?
W: Yes. It’s Mr. Smith’s secretary speaking.
M: Oh, hello, this is Mr. Green’s Service in London.
W: What can I do for you?
M: Well, my boss Mr. Green is coming out to Tokyo in the first week of December and I want to check whether you know he is coming.
W: I did already know about it, he’s coming for the conference.
M: That’s right, and he would really like to take up Mr Smith’s offer to visit the factory.
W: When would it suit you? The conference will be running from Tuesday to Thursday.
M: Er, well, either Monday or Friday would be good. Which day do you think would be better for Mr. Smith?
W: Er, as far as he’s concerned, Monday will be fine.
M: Oh, Monday. That’s great.
Text7
M: It’s a cold day, isn’t it?
W: Oh, yes, isn’t it? My feet are freezing! I wish that bus would come!
M: Have you been waiting long?
W: It feels like hours—but I suppose I’ve only been here ten minute or so.
M: That’s long enough in this weather. This is too bad. I hate winter.
W: So do I. And this morning the sun was shining and they were saying light rain.
M: I’ve been calling the weather report all day since it started to snow. They’re still saying one or two inches but we’ve got at least three inches already. My shoes are full of snow.
W: Well, that’s true. Remember last year when they said four inches of snow and we ended up with four feet?
M: I wasn’t here last year, but we had the same thing in Detroit. We were supposed to get a little rain one night, but when we woke up, guess what? There were six inches of snow on the ground and it was still coming down hard. I didn’t go to work that day.
W: Well, if it’s really bad, I won’t go in to the office tomorrow—I’ll work at home.
M: Of course, if it is possible. Oh, look, there is the bus.
W: I’m glad to see that bus.   
Text8
W: Hello, Old English Restaurant. Can I help you?
M: Yes. I’d like to book a table for tonight.
W: Yes, sir. What time?
M: Eight o’clock.
W: Certainly. For how many people?
M: There are ten of us.
W: Ten of you! But we don’t usually accept large parties, sir.
M: I know, but we are regular customers.
W: What’s your name, sir?
M: Michael Peterson.
W: Mr. Peterson... of course! That’ll be all right. We’ll put two tables together.
M: Thanks.
W: What food would you prefer for today, sir?We have fresh seafood tonight.
M: No. We like to eat vegetables.
Text9
M: Fill it up with regular petrol, please.
W: All right. Should I have a look at the tires(轮胎), too?
M: Yes, please.
W: The tires need some air.
M: How much do I owe you?
W: It comes to $19. 95.
M: OK. Here is a 50-dollar bill.
W: Here is your change. It's $30. 05.
M: Thank you.
Text10
    Hello, boys and girls! Here is some information about our trip to Chinatown. We’ll go there by bus. It’s a long trip, over 4 hours. So we have to start early. The bus will wait for you at the school gate at 7:00 tomorrow morning. We’ll take some bread, water and apples for lunch with us and we will eat together in a park. After that we will walk around the old market. You will be able to buy all your presents there. We will meet at the place where our bus stops. If you are lost, please give me a call. My mobile phone number is 13726156656. Any questions? OK. See you tomorrow.

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