2004年上海高考英语真题试卷(word版)下载

2004年上海高考英语真题试卷(word版)下载

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绝密★启用前 2004 年普通高等学校招生全国统一考试(上海卷) 英语试卷 (满分 150 分,考试时间 100 分钟) 考生注意: 1. 考试时间 120 分钟, 试卷满分 150 分。 2. 本考试设试卷和答题纸两部分。试卷分为第 I 卷(第 1-12 页)和第 II 卷(第 13 页), 全卷共 13 页。所有答题必须涂(选择题)或写(非选择题)在答题纸上,做在试卷上 一律不得分。 答题前,务必在答题纸上填写准考证号和姓名,并将核对后的条形码贴在指定位置上,在答题 纸反而清楚地填写姓名。 第Ⅰ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 conversations, a question will be asked about what said. The conversations and the questions will be spoken only once. After you hear a conversation and the question about is, read the four possible answers on your paper, and decide which one is the best answer to the question you have heard. 1. A. At 1:00 p.m. 2. A. At a tailor’s B. At 1:30 p.m. C. At 2:00p.m. D. At 2:30p.m. B. At a laundry. C. At a clothing store. D. At a supermarket. 3. A. Customer and cashier. C. Secretary and manager B. Waitress and diner. D. Husband and wife 4. A. They are in high demand. C. They are not available. B. They are inexpensive. D. They are awful. 5. A. He did better than expected. C. He used to be a top student B. He failed the maths exam. D. He answered only 10% of the questions 6. A. Interesting B. Relaxing C. Unfinished D. Disappointing B. He has to fix the seat first. D. The woman must fasten the seat belt. B. She was glad to hear the news. D. She had to help another Mary D. Gratitude 7. A. He has to wait for someone else C. There is something wrong with the car 8. A. She won the first prize C. She did not attend the contest 9. A. Regret B. Pain C. Surprise 10. A. A telephone C. A refrigerator Part B Passages B. An automobile D. An elevator Directions: In Part B, you will hear two short passages, and you will be asked three questions on 第 1 页 共 14 页 each of the passages. The passages 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. Question 11 through 13 are based on the following passage. 11. A. Disappointed B. Satisfied C. Angry D. Worried 12. A. He checked out and left the hotel C. His luggage was removed by mistake 13. A. He was asked to leave the hotel B. The receptionist was rude to him C. All his things were in disorder. D. He was sent to a dirty room B. All his things were stolen D. He was robbed of his suitcase. 14. A. To inform parents and schools C. To compare teachers B. To pick out good students D. To expose poor schools. 15. A. They have no trust in doctors C. They fear things like injections 16. A. Teacher’s difficult life. B. They cannot afford the medical fee. D. They doubt the medical treatment B. Harm of divorce to families. D. Kid’s attention-seeking behaviour C. Ways to become loveable kids Part C Longer Conversations Directions: In Part C, you will hear two longer conversations. The conversations will be read twice. After you hear each conversation, you are required to fill in the numbered blanks with the information you have heard. Write your answers on your answer sheet. Blanks 17 through 20 are based on the following conversation Telephone Message Case reported Location of the car A ca found Near No.8 17 Car number: BWE 4586 Color of the car 18 19 Day of finding: Informer’s name and occupation: Henry Roberts 20 Complete the form.Write ONE WORD for each answer. Blanks 21 through 24 are based on the following conversation. What does the man want to rent? A one-bedroom apartment with a 21 How much does the man intend to pay? How can the man go to the university? What two factors may decide the rent? ___ 22 By dollars. 23 24 .The .Complete the form.Write NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS for each answer. Ⅱ. Grammar Directions: Beneath each of the following sentences there are four choices maker A, B, C and D. Choose the one answer that best completes the sentence. 25. The accident is reported to have occurred __________ the first Sunday in February. A. at 26. I had to buy _________ these books because I didn’t know which one was the best. A. bothB. noneC. neitherD. all B. on C. in D. to 27. According to a recent U.S. survey, children spent up to 25 hours a week _________ TV. 第 2 页 共 14 页 A. to watch B. to watching C. watching D. watch 28. Children under 12 years of age in that country ________ be under adult supervision when is a public library. A. must B. may C. can D. need 29. The first use of atomic weapons was in 1945. and their power ______ increased enormously ever since. A. is B. was C. has been D. had been 30. The number of deaths form heart disease will be reduced greatly it people _______ to eat more fruit and vegetables. A. persuade 31. Bill’s aim is to inform the viewers that cigarette advertising on TV is illegal, _______? A. isn’t itB. is itC. isn’t beD. is he 32. He speaks English well indeed, but of course not _____ a native speaker. A. as fluent asB. more fluent thanC. so fluently asD. much fluently than B. will persuade C. be persuaded C. are persuaded 33. The flu is believed _______ by viruses that like to reproduce in the cells inside the human nose and throat. A. causing 34. The flowers ____ sweet in the botanic garden attract the visitors to the beauty of nature. A. to smellB. smellingC. smeltD. to be smelt 35. The disc, digitally ______ in the studio, sounded fantastic at the party that night. A. recordedB. recordingC. to be recordedC. having recorded 36. American women usually identify their best friend as someone _____ they can talk frequently. A. whoB. asC. about whichD. with whom B. being caused C. to be caused D. be have caused 37. After Yang Li wei succeeded in circling the carth, _______ our astronauts desire to do is walk in space. A. where B. what C. that D. how 38. Jasmine was holidaying with her family in a wildlife park _____ she was bitten on the leg by al lion. A. when B. while C. since D. once 39. Parents should take seriously their children’s requests for sunglasses _________ eye protection is necessary in sunny weather. A. because B. through C. unlessD. if 40. A story goes ______ Elizabeth I of England liked nothing more that being surrounded by clever and qualified noblemen at court. A. when B. where C. what D. that 41. ____ snacks and drinks, but they also brought cards for entertainment when they had a picnic in the forest. A. Not only they brought C. Not only brought they B. Not only did they bring D. Not only they did bring 42. Having been attacked by terrorists, ________. A. doctors cane to their rescue B. the tall building collapsed D. warnings were given to tourists C. an emergency measure was taken 43. Why! I have nothing to confess. _______ you want me to say? A. What is it thatB. What it is that 第 3 页 共 14 页 C. How is it that D. How it is that 44.——English has large vocabulary, hasn’t it? —Yes, _________ more words and expressions and you will find it easier to read and communicate. A. Know B. Knowing C. To know D. Known Ⅲ. Vocabulary Directions: Beneath each of the following sentences there and four choices marked A, B, C and D. Choose the one answer that best completes the sentence. 45. The environmentalists and wild goats’ _________ on the vast grasslands was a good indication of the better environment. A. escape B. absence C. attendance D. appearance 46. Hospital staff burst into cheers after doctors completed a 20-hours operation to have __________ one-year-old twins at the head. A. isolated 47. After the trainer was sure that the whale could look after itself, he ________it into the sea. A. transportedB. unloadedC. releasedD. handled B. separated C. divided C. removed 48. In ___________ Chinese culture, marriage decisions were often made by parents for their children. A. traditional 49. Some people like dirking coffee, for it has _______ effects. A. promotingB. stimulatingC. enhancing B. historic C. remote D. initial D. encouraging 50. The teacher wrote an example on the blackboard to ________ to point. A. illustrateB. suggestC. expressD. recognize 51. Most people on this islandare recreational fishers, and ________, fishing forms an actual part of their leisure time. A. accidentally B. purposefully C. obviously D. formally 52. In dealing with public relations, we should make every effort to prevent the _____ in personality. A. contact 53. Chinese arts have won the _________ of a lot of people outside China. A. enjoymentB. appreciationC, entertainment B. contrast C. connection D. conflict D. reputation 54. To keep healthy, Professor Johnson________ cycling as a regular form of exercise after he retired. A. took up B. caught on C. carried out D. made for Ⅳ。Cloze 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) Adults are often surprised by how well they remember something they learned as children but have never practised in the meantime. A man who has not had an opportunity to go swimming for years can 55 swim as well as ever when he gets back in the water. He can got on a 56 away.A mother who has not57 bicycle after several decades and still the words for years can teach her daughter the poem that begins “ Twinkle, twinkle, little star” or recite the story of Cinderella or Snow White. 第 4 页 共 14 页 One explanation is the law of over learning, which can be stated as following: 58 we have learned something, additional learning increases the remember it. 59 of time we will In childhood, we usually continue to practise such skills as swimming, bicycle riding long after we have learned them. We continue to listen to and60 ourselvesof poems such as “Twinkle, twinkle, little star” and childhood tales such as Cinderella or Snow White. We no only learn but61 The law of over learning explains why cramming (突击学习) for an examination, may result in a passing grade, is not a63 wayto learn a school course. By cramming, a student may learn the subject well enough to get by on the examination, but he is likely soon to .62 it forget almost everything he learned. A little over learning; investment toward the future. 64 , is usually a good 55. A. only 56. A. more B. hardly B. drive C. still D. even D. ride C. travel 57. A. thought about B. cared for C. showed up D. brought up D. Unless D. length D. recall 58. A. Before 59. A. accuracy 60. A. remind 61. A. recite B. Once C. Until B. unit C. limit B. inform B. overlearn B. so C. warm C. research C. if D. improve D. after 62. A. though 63. A. convenient 64. A. at most B. demanding B. by the way C. satisfactory D. swift C. on the other handD. in the end (B) The birthrate is Europe has been in a steady decrease since the 1960s. European countries, realizing crisis is at hand, are providing great encouragement for parents to create more babies in the 21st century. Affairs Ministry concluded last year that, don’t want to be66 holdingthe baby. “What we know is that it’s good for the if men and women share the burden of having children,” says Soren Kindlund, family policy adviser at the Swedish ministry.68 Swedishparents can take their paid leave as they wish, men use a mere 12% of it; 60% of fathers do not take even a(n)69 dayoff work. Experts fear that the tendency for women to use most of the parental leave could make employers 70go give young women thepermanent jobs they need to qualify for paid maternity leave (产假)。In January. Sweden decided to allow new fathers two months’ paid leave, with a warming: use it or71 it. Kindlund admits that men are under comes out of the public purse. “It’s not popular among bosses and perhaps with other men in the 65 cash encouragement, some women just 67 72 to stay at work, even though parental pay workplace,” he says. “But it’s good for the father and for the child if they can relationship.” 73 aIn Norway, a(n) 74 policy has worked wonders. 70% of dads in Norway now take parental leave, and the birthrate of 1.85 children per woman is one of the highest in Europe. 65. A. is spite of 66. A. sent B. at the cost of B. left C. in addition to C. caught D. due to D. seen 67. A. birthrate B. income C. health D. spirit 第 5 页 共 14 页 68. A. Just as 69. A. one B. Only if B. mere C. Even though C. only D. Now that D. single 70. A. willing 71. A. reserve 72. A. discussion 73. A. make out 74. A. impersonal B. reluctant B. misuse B. attack C. likely D. unable D. lose C. ignore C. control C. build up C. severe D. pressure D. set aside D. global B. add up B. similar Ⅴ. Reading Comprehension Directions: Read the following passages. Each passage is followed by several questions or unfinished statement. For each of them there are four choices marked A, B, C and D. Choose the one that first best according to the information given in the passage you have just read. (A) For almost two months Dominic York, a 23-year-old hairdresser, wandered about hospitals all night, wearing a white coat and pretending he was a doctor. Yesterday he proudly claimed in court that despite his complete lack of medical experience or qualifications, he had saved several people’s lives. He had even been allowed to assist a surgeon during an emergency operation on a patient who was about to die on something she had swallowed. “I watched one of those TV dramas about a hospital and suddenly I felt like playing one of the roles myself. So I put on a white jacket and a stethoscope(听诊器)and walked around one of the biggest hospital in London. At first I just watched. Once you learn how doctors talk to patients, nurses and others doctors, it’s easy to take people in,” he said. One of the patients he treated was Laura Kennan. She had been knocked down by a car and fainted. When she came to in hospital, York was standing over her. “He looked very professional. He told me his name was Doctor Simon. Then he gave me some sort of injection,” she said. And then he suddenly cleared off when a nurse asked who he was. She didn’t think there was anything wrong. “I would never have realized he was a fake if a policewoman hadn’t showed me his photograph a week later. When the policewoman told me who he really was, I could hardly believe my cars.” Judge Raymond Adams told York that he was. “ shocked and horrified” that he got away with his deceiving for so long. And then sentenced him to eighteen months in a special prison for criminal with mental disorders. “I can only hope that this will not lead to further problems. After all, you will have considerable opportunity to study the behaviour of the psychiatrists(精神科医生)who will look after you while you are there. If you try to persuade people that you yourself are a psychiatrist after you are set free, I shall make sure that you are given a much longer sentence.” Judge Adams warned York. 75. York was proud of the fact that ___________. A. a surgeon let him watch an operation. B. he could perform some duties of a doctor C. he had cheated doctors for so long D. people thought he could become a real doctor 76. York learned how to behave like a doctor by __________. A. watching other doctors work B. talking to doctors and nurses C. getting some training and experience D. observing doctors while he was a patient 第 6 页 共 14 页 77. Why was Laura Kennan in hospital? A. She had swallowed something and almost died. B. She had to have and emergency operation. C. She had been injured in a road accident. D. She had lost consciousness while driving. 78. 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The standards may be changed—no examination is perfect—but to have to tests or examinations would mean the end of equality and of standards. There are groups of people who oppose this view and who do not believe either in examinations or in any controls in school or on teachers. This would mean that everything would depend on luck since every pupil would depend on the efficiency, the values and the purpose of each teacher. Without examinations, employers will look for employees from the highly respected schools and from families known to them—a form of favourtism will replace equality. At the moment, the bright child from an ill—respected school can show certificates to prove he or she is suitable for a job, while the lake of certificate indicates the unsuitability of a dull child attending a well—respected school. This defend of excellence and opportunity would disappear if examinations were taken away, and the bright child form a poor family would be a prisoner of his or her school’s reputation, unable to compete for employment with the child from the favoured school. The opponents of the examination system suggest that examinations are an evil force because they show differences between pupils. According to these people, there must be no special, different, academic class. They have even suggested that there should be no form of difference in sport or any other area: all jobs or posts should be filled by unsystematic selection. The selection would be made by people who themselves are probably selected by some computer. 82. The word “favouritism” in paragraph 3 is used to describe the phenomenon that________. A. bright children also need certificates go get satisfying jobs. 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