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2007年普通高等学校招生全国统一英语考试山东卷)

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第一卷(共105分)
 
第一部分   听力(共两节,满分30分)
该部分分为第一、第二两节。注意:回答听力部分时,请先将答案标在试卷上。听力部分结束前,你将有两分钟的时间将你的答案转涂到客观题答题卡上。
 
第一节(共5小题;每小题1.5分,满分7.5分)
听下面5段对话。每段对话后有一个小题,从题中所给的A、B、C三个选项中选出最佳选项,并标在试卷的相应位置。听完每段对话后,你都有10秒钟的时间来回答有关小题和阅读下一小题。每段对话仅读一遍。
例:How much is the shirt?
A.$ 19.15.    B.$ 9.15.    C.$ 9.18.
答案是B。
1. Who is coming for tea?
  A. John.      B. Mark.      C. Tracy.
2. What will the man do next?
  A. Leave right away       B. Stay for dinner.   C. Catch a train.
3. What does the man come for?
  A. A lecture.             B. A meeting.      C. A party.
4. What size does the man want?
  A. 9.                               B. 35.                    C. 39.
5. What are the speakers talking about?
  A. Life in Southeast Asia.   B. Weather conditions.   C. A holiday tour.
第二节(共15小题;每小题1.5分,满分22.5分)
听下面5段对话或独白。每段对话或独白后有几个小题,从题中所给的A、B、C三个选项中选出最佳选项,并标在试卷的相应位置。听每段对话或独白前,你将有时间阅读各个小题,每小题5秒钟;听完后,各小题将给出5秒钟的作答时间。每段对话或独白读两遍。
听第6段材料,回答第6、7题。
6. What is the man doing?
 A. Giving a speech.      B.Chairing a meeting.  C. Introducing a person.
7. Why does the woman sing so well?
 A. She has a great teacher.    B. She teaches singing.  C. She is young.
听第7段材料,回答第8、9题。
8. What is the second gift for Jimmy?
   A. A car.      B. A watch.       C. A computer.
9. Why does Jimmy feel happy?
  A. He lives with his parents.
B. He’s got what he dreamt of.
C. He’s received lots of presents.
听第8段材料,回答第10至12题。
10. What is the relationship between the speakers?
A. They are friends.
B. They are strangers to each other.
C. They are husband and wife.
11. Why does the woman come to talk with the man?
A. To get a job.
B. To take a test.
C. To see the secretary.
12. What does the man mean by saying sorry?
    A. He can’t hear the woman clearly.
B. He doesn’t need a designer.
C. He can’t help the woman.
听第9段材料,回答第13至16题。
13. What do we know about the woman?
    A. She lives close to the office.
B. She is new to the company.
C. She likes the big kitchen.
14. How does the man go to work?
   A. On foot.      B. By bus.      C. By car.
15. Why was Susan late for work?
   A. She missed the bus.   B. Her train was late.   C. Her car broke down.
16. What will the man do the next day?
   A. Go to work by train.   B. Visit Lily in her flat.  C. Leave home earlier.
听第10段材料,回答第17至20题。
17. Where can you most probably hear this talk?
   A. In a class of the English language.
B. In a class of the Greek language.
C. In a class of the French language.
18. How long does the class last?
   A. 11 weeks.     B. 13 weeks.     C. 15 weeks.
19. What is “the short-cut” to learning words according to the speaker?
   A. Taking more courses.
B. Reading basic words aloud.
C. Learning how words are formed.
20. Why is the class popular?
   A. It is not offered each term.
B. It’s taught by Professor Morris.
C. It helps to master some useful rules.
第二部分:英语知识运用(共两节,满分35分)
第一节:语法和词汇知识(共15小题;每小题1分,满分15分)
从A、B、C、D四个选项中,选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。
例:Mr. Smith owns ____ collection of coins than anyone else I have ever met.
A. larger   B. a larger   C. the larger  D. a large
答案是B。
21. ____ walk is expected to last all day, so bring ____ packed lunch.
A. A; a    B. The; 不填  C. The; a     D. A; 不填
22. Could I speak to ____ is in charge of International Sales, please?
A. anyone    B. someone   C. whoever    D. no matter who
23. –Have you been wasting time on computer games again?
-- _______. I’ve been studying a lot and I need a break.
A. No way   B. Not really  C. I don’t agree   D. I couldn’t agree more
24. ____ worries me the way he keeps changing his mind.
A. This            B. That                  C. What         D. It
25. It’s the sort of work that ____ a high level of concentration.
A. calls for              B. makes up          C. lies in        D. stands for
26. Please remain ___ until the plane has come to a complete stop.
A. to seat         B. to be seated       C. seating              D. seated
27. I can’t say which wine is best -- it’s a(n) ___ of personal taste.
A. affair           B. event                C. matter        D. variety
28. I have offered to paint the house ____ a week’s accommodation.
A. in exchange for   B. with regard to    C. by means of      D. in place of
29. ____ I really don’t like art, I find his work impressive.
A. As               B. Since                C. If                     D. While
30. – Where did you get to know her?
-- It was on the farm ___ we worked.
A. that             B. there                 C. which        D. where
31. It is not socially ____ for parents to leave children unattended at that age.
A. accessible     B. adorable            C. adaptable    D. acceptable
32. They ___ two free tickets to Canada, otherwise they’d never have been able to afford to go.
A. had got        B. got                   C. have got     D. get
33. The country has already sent up three unmanned spacecraft, the most recent ____ at the end of last March.
A. has been launched       B. having been launched
C. being launched           D. to be launched
34. In this seaside resort, you can _____ all the comfort and convenience of modern tourism.
A. enjoy        B. apply                C. receive       D. achieve
35. The book was written in 1946, ____ the education system has witnessed great changes.
A. when           B. during which     C. since then   D. since when
第二节  完型填空(共20小题;每小题 1 分,满分 20 分)
阅读下面短文,掌握其大意,然后从36-55各题所给的四个选项(A、B、C和D)中,选出最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。
Life is filled with challenges. As we get older we  36  realize that those challenges are the very things that  37  us and make us who we are. It is the same with the challenges that come with  38  .
When we are faced with a challenge, we usually have two   39  . We can try to beat it off, or we can decide that the thing  40  the challenge isn’ t worth the  41   and call it quits. Although there are certainly  42  when calling it quits is the right thing to do, in most  43  all that is needed is  44  and communication.
When we are committed to something, it means that no matter how  45  or how uncomfortable something is, we will always choose to  46   it and work it through instead of running away from it. Communication is making a  47  for discussion and talking about how you feel as opposed to just saying what the other person did wrong.  48  you can say to a friend, “ I got my feeling hurt,”   49  “You hurt my feelings,” you are going to be able to solve the problem much faster.
In dealing with the many challenges that friendship will bring to you, try to see them for  50_  they are: small hurdles you need to jump or  51  on your way through life. Nothing is so big that it is  52   to get over, and hurt only  53  to make us stronger. It is all part of growing up, it  54  to everyone, and some day you will  55  all of this and say, “Hard as it was, it made me who I am today. And that is a good thing.”
36. A. seem to               B. come to            C. hope to             D. try to
37. A. design                B. promote            C. direct                D. shape
38. A. confidence          B. pressure            C. friendship          D. difficulty
39. A. opportunities              B. expectations       C. choices              D. aspects
40. A. demanding          B. deserving          C. predicting          D. presenting
41.A. comment             B. loss                   C. trouble                     D. expense
42. A. spans                  B. times                C. dates                 D. ages
43. A. cases                  B. fields                C. parts                 D. occasions
44. A. assessment          B. commitment      C. encouragement   D. adjustment
45. A. doubtful             B. shameful           C. harmful             D. painful
46. A. keep                   B. control                     C. face                  D. catch
47. A. space                  B. plan                  C. topic                 D. room
48. A. If                       B. As                    C. While               D. Unless
49. A. other than           B. rather than         C. or rather            D. or else
50. A. what                   B. who                  C. where               D. which
51. A. pass by               B. come across       C. get through        D. run over
52. A. unnecessary         B. necessary           C. impossible         D. possible
53. A. serves                 B. means               C. aims                 D. attempts
54. A. opens                 B. appeals              C. goes                  D. happens
55. A. look down on      B. look back on      C. look forward to  D. look up to
第三部分  阅读理解(共20小题;每小题 2 分,满分 40分)
阅读下列短文,从每题所给的四个选项(A、B、C和D)中,选出最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。
 
A
A month after Hurricane Katrina, I returned home in New Orleans. There lay my house, reduced to waist-high ruins, smelly and dirty.
Before the trip, I’d had my car fixed. When the office employee of the garage was writing up the bill, she noticed my Louisiana license plate. “You from New Orleans?” she asked. I said I was. “No charge,” she said, and firmly shook her head when I reached for my wallet. The next day I went for a haircut, and the same thing happened.
As my wife was studying in Florida, we decided to move there and tried to find a rental house that we could afford while also paying off a mortgage(抵押贷款) on our ruined house. We looked at many places, but none was satisfactory. We’d begun to accept that we’d have to live in extremely reduced circumstances for a while, when I got a very curious e-mail from a James Kennedy in California. He’d read some pieces I’d written about our sufferings for Slate, the online magazine, and wanted to give us (“no conditions attached”) a new house across the lake from New Orleans.
It sounded too good to be true, but I replied, thanking him for his exceptional generosity, that we had no plans to go back. Then a poet at the University of Florida offered to let his house to me while he went to England on his one-year paid leave. The rent was rather reasonable. I mentioned the poet’s offer to James Kennedy, and the next day he sent a check covering our entire rent for eight months.
Throughout this painful experience, the kindness of strangers has done much to bring back my faith in humanity. It’s almost worth losing your worldly possessions to be reminded that people are really nice when given half a chance.
56. The garage employee’s attitude toward the author was that of ____.
A. unconcern    B. sympathy    C. doubt    D. tolerance
57. What do we know about James Kennedy?
A. He was a writer of an online magazine.
B. He was a poet at the University of Florida.
C. He offered the author a new house free of charge.
D. He learned about the author’s sufferings via e-mail.
58. It can be inferred from the text that____.
A. the author’s family was in financial difficulty.
B. rents were comparatively reasonable despite the disaster.
C. houses were difficult to find in the hurricane-stricken area.
D. the mortgage on the ruined house was paid off by the bank.
59. The author learned from his experience that ____.
A. worldly possessions can be given up when necessary.
B. generosity should be encouraged in some cases.
C. people benefit from their sad stories.
D. human beings are kind after all.
 
B
If you look for a book as a present for a child, you will be spoiled for choice even in a year when there is no new Harry Potter. J.K. Rowling’s wizard is not alone: the past decade has been a harvest for good children’s books, which has set off a large quantity of films and in turn led to increased sales of classics such as The Lord of the Rings.
Yet despite that, reading is increasingly unpopular among children. According to statistics, in 1997 23% said they didn’t like reading at all. In 2003, 35% did. And around 6% of children leave primary school each year unable to read properly.
Maybe the decline is caused by the increasing availability of computer games. Maybe the books boom has affected only the top of the educational pile. Either way, Chancellor Gordon Brown plans to change things for the bottom of the class. In his pre-budget report, he announced the national project of Reading Recovery to help the children struggling most.
Reading Recovery is aimed at six-year-olds, who receive four months of individual daily half- hour classes with a specially trained teacher. An evaluation earlier this year reported that children on the scheme made 20 months’ progress in just one year, whereas similarly weak readers without special help made just five months’ progress, and so ended the year even further below the level expected for their age.
International research tends to find that when British children leave primary school they read well, but read less – often for fun than those elsewhere. Reading for fun matters because children who are keen on reading can expect lifelong pleasure and loving books is an excellent indicator of future educational success. According to the OECD, being a regular and enthusiastic reader is of great advantage.
60. Which of the following is true of Paragraph 1?
A. Many children’s books have been adapted from films.
B. Many high-quality children’s books have been published.
C. The sales of classics have led to the popularity of films.
D. The sales of presents for children have increased.
61. Statistics suggested that ___.
A. the number of top students increased with the use of computers.
B. a decreasing number of children showed interest in reading.
C. a minority of primary school children read properly.
D. a large percentage of children read regularly.
62. What do we know about Reading Recovery?
A. An education of it will be made sometime this year.
B. Weak readers on the project were the most hardworking.
C. It aims to train special teachers to help children with reading.
D. Children on the project showed noticeable progress in reading.
63. Reading for fun is important because book-loving children ____.
A. takes greater advantage of the project.
B. shows the potential to enjoy a long life.
C. is likely to succeed in their education.
D. would make excellent future researchers.
64. The aim of this text would probably be ____.
A. to overcome primary school pupils’ reading difficulty.
B. to encourage the publication of more children’s books.
C. to remind children of the importance of reading for fun.
D. to introduce a way to improve early childhood reading.
 
C
When Andrea Peterson landed her first teaching job, she faced the daunting task of creating a music program with almost no money for equipment or supplies in a climate where standards-based learning was the focus and music just provided a break for students and teachers.
For her drive and creativity in overcoming those challenges, she’s been name national teacher of the year.
Principal Waynes Kettler said he’s worked with many outstanding teachers in his 22 years as an educator, but Peterson is “just that one step above anybody I’ve ever worked with before.”
Kettler and others at Monte Cristo Elementary School talk about the ways she has introduced the learning from other classrooms into her music program and her creativity in working around things such as the lack of money for new music.
When students were reading S.E. Hinton’s novel The Outsiders in their regular classroom, Peterson helped them write a 30-minute play with scenes from the book. Then they chose three Broadway tunes that focused on race, equality and social justice, the themes of the book. Peterson composed two other sons herself after classroom discussions about the play and the book.
The honor means a lot to residents of Granie Falls. It’s inspiring to know that people from small towns can even win national honors.
As national teacher of the year, Peterson will spend the next year outside classroom, as a national and international spokeswoman for education.
Not surprisingly, she is a big believer in the value of arts education. She said it’s essential for schools to offer classes such as art or music and physical education because for some kids one of those subjects is the only thing that motivates them to come back to school day after day.
65. The underlined word “daunting” in Paragraph 1 most probably means ___ .
A. discouraging   B. interesting   C. creative   D. unbearable
66. When Peterson began her teaching career, _____.
A. music was focus of learning in most schools.
B. the environment was favorable to music teaching.
C. the school lacked teaching facilities for music.
D. financial support for music programs was unavailable.
67. What is the most important reason that Peterson won the award?
A. She concerned herself with current social problems.
B. She motivated students to learn music with her creativity.
C. She has taught music at the elementary school for 22 years.
D. She made great efforts to arouse students’ interest in literature.
68. Which of the following is an example of Peterson’s way of teaching music?
A. She wrote plays on themes of race, equality and social justice.
B. She made use of the contents of other classes in her teaching.
C. She organized classroom discussions of Broadway tunes.
D. She helped students compose songs by themselves.
69. In Peterson’s opinion, ____.
A. art, music and PE classes are all important.
B. more subjects should be offered to students.
C. students should be motivated to attend art classes.
D. arts education is more important than other subjects.
70. It can be inferred from the text that ____.
A. Peterson’s honor was a surprise for the local people.
B. Peterson’s art classes attracted students back to school.
C. Peterson aroused the local residents’ passion for music.
D. Peterson will change her profession next year.
 
D
Sports shoes that work out whether their owner has done enough exercise to warrant time in front of the television have been devised in the UK.
The shoes- named Square Eyes- contain an electronic pressure sensor and a tiny computer chip to record how many steps the wearer has taken in a day. A wireless transmitter passes the information to a receiver connected to a television, and this decides how much evening viewing time the wearer deserves, based on the day’s efforts.
The design was inspired by a desire to fight against the rapidly ballooning waistlines among British teenagers, says Gillian Swan, who developed Square Eyes as a final year design project at Brunel University in London, UK. “We looked at current issues and childhood overweight really stood out,” she says. “And I wanted to tackle that with my design.”
Once a child has used up their daily allowance gained through exercise, the television automatically switches off. And further time in front of the TV can only be earned through more steps.
Swan calculated how exercise should translate to television time using the recommended daily amounts of both. Health experts suggest that a child take 12,000 steps each day and watch no more than two hours of television. So, every 100 steps recorded by the Square Eyes shoes equals precisely one minute of TV time.
Existing pedometers(计步器) normally clip onto a belt or slip into a pocket and keep count of steps by measuring sudden movement. Swan says these can be easily tricked into recording steps through shaking. But her shoe has been built to be harder for lazy teenagers to cheat. “It is possible, but it would be a lot of effort,” she says. “That was one of my main design considerations.”
71. According to Swan, the purpose of her design project is to _____.
A. keep a record of the steps of the wearer.
B. deal with overweight among teenagers.
C. enable children to resist the temptation of TV.
D. prevent children from being tricked by TV programs.
72. Which of the following is true of Square Eyes shoes?
A. They regulate a child’s evening TV viewing time.
B. They determine a child’s daily pocket money.
C. They have raised the hot issue of overweight.
D. They contain information of the receiver.
73. What is stressed by health experts in their suggestion?
A. The exact number of steps to be taken.
B. The precise number of hours spent on TV.
C. The proper amount of daily exercise and TV time.
D. The way of changing steps into TV watching time.
74. Compared with other similar products, the new design ___.
A. make it difficult for lazy teenagers to cheat.
B. counts the wearer’s steps through shaking.
C. records the sudden movement of the wearer.
D. sends teenagers’ health data to the receiver.
75. Which of the following would be the best title for the text?
A. Smart Shoes Decide on Television Time
B. Smart Shoes Guarantee More Exercise
C. Smart Shoes Measure Time of Exercise
D. Smart Shoes Stop Childhood Overweight
 
第II卷(共45分)
第四部分:书面表达(共两节,满分45分)
第一节:阅读表达(共5 小题;每小题3分,满分15 分)
阅读下面的短文,并根据短文后的要求答题(请注意问题后的字数要求)。
An American friend of mine who was high up in a big corporation had worked out a way of handling a flood of e-mails before most of us had even heard of the concept. If any information he was sent was vital enough, his lack of response could ensure the sender rang him up. If the sender wasn’t important enough to have his private number, the communication couldn’t be that important. My friend is now even more senior in the same company, so the strategy must work.
Almost every week now, there seems to be a report suggesting that we are all being driven crazy by the bother of e-mail. If this is the case, it’s only because we haven’t developed an appropriate discrimination in dealing with it.
______. Firstly, you junk anything with an exclamation mark or a string of capital letters, or from any address you don’t recognize or feel confident about.
Secondly, e-mails don’t all have to be answered. Because e-mailing is so easy, there’s a tendency for correspondence to carry on for ever, but it is permissible to stop an endless discussion or to accept a point of information sent by a colleague without acknowledging it.
Thirdly, a reply e-mail doesn’t have to be the same length as the original. We all have e-mail pals who send long, chatty e-mails, which are nice to receive, but who then expect an equally long reply. The charm of e-mail can consist in the simple, incomplete sentence, totally regardless of the format of the letter sent by post. You are perfectly within the bounds of politeness in responding to a marathon e-mail with a brief reply.
 
76. Which sentence in the passage it the closed in meaning to the following one?
The possible existence of annoyance results from our inability to sort out e-mails.
 
_______________________________________________________________
 
_______________________________________________________________
 
77. Fill in the blank in Paragraph 3 with a proper sentence. (within 10 words)
____________________________________________________________
 
 
78. What advice is given in the last paragraph? (within 10 words)
_______________________________________________________
 
79. For what purpose does the author mention his American friend in Paragraph 1?
(within 10 words)
_____________________________________________________________
 
80. Translate the underlined sentence in the last paragraph into Chinese.
________________________________________________________________
第二节: 写作(满分30分)
阅读下面的文字,用英语写一篇120-150词的短文。
今年,教育部直属师范大学将招收一批免费师范生,学生毕业后须回生源所在省份的中小学任教十年以上。你愿意成为一名免费师范生吗?请陈述理由。
___________________________________________________________________
 
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第一部分:听力理解
1-5.BABAC   6-10.CACBB  11-15.ACABB  16-20.CABCC
第二部分:英语知识运用(共两节,满分35分)
第一节:语法和词汇知识(共15小题;每小题1分,满分15分)
21-25 CCBDA  26-30 DCADD   31-35 DBBAD
第二节:完形填空(共20小题;每小题1分,满分20分)
36-40 BDCCD  41-45 CBABD  46-50 CAABA  51-55 CCADB
第三部分:阅读理解(共20小题;每小题2分,满分40分)
56-60 BCADB  61-65 BDCDA  66-70 CBBAA  71-75 BACAA
第四部分:书面表达(共两节,满分45分)
第一节:阅读表达(共5 小题;每小题3分,满分15 分)
76. If this is the case, it’s only because we haven’t developed an appropriate discrimination in dealing with it.
77. E-mail(s) can be handled in the following ways.
   Here are some ways to deal with e-mails.
   Handling e-mails is an art.
78. You may reply to a long e-mail briefly.
You don’t have to write a long reply e-mail.
79. To show a way of handling e-mails with an example.
To introduce the topic of the text.
80. 用简短的话回复冗长的电子邮件完全不失礼节。
用简短的话回复马拉松式的电子邮件也是礼貌的。
第二节(略)
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