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篇一:2004高考英语上海

2004年普通高等学校招生全国统一考试(上海卷)

英语

本试卷分为第Ⅰ卷(第1—11页)第Ⅱ卷(第12页)两部分。全卷共12页。满分150分,考试时间120分钟。

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. B. At 1:30 p.m. C. At 2:00p.m. D. At 2:30p.m.

2. A. At a tailor’s B. At a laundry. C. At a clothing store.D. At a supermarket.

3. A. Customer and cashier.B. Waitress and diner.

C. Secretary and manager D. Husband and wife

4. A. They are in high demand. B. They are inexpensive.

C. They are not available. D. They are awful.

5. A. He did better than expected. B. He failed the maths exam.

C. He used to be a top student D. He answered only 10% of the questions

6. A. InterestingB. Relaxing C. Unfinished D. Disappointing

7. A. He has to wait for someone else B. He has to fix the seat first.

C. There is something wrong with the car D. The woman must fasten the seat belt.

8. A. She won the first prize B. She was glad to hear the news.

C. She did not attend the contest D. She had to help another Mary

9. A. Regret B. Pain C. Surprise D. Gratitude

10. A. A telephone B. An automobile C. A refrigerator D. An elevator Part B Passages

Directions: In Part B, you will hear two short passages, and you will be asked three questions on 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. DisappointedB. SatisfiedC. AngryD. Worried

12. A. He checked out and left the hotel B. All his things were stolen

C. His luggage was removed by mistake D. He was robbed of his suitcase.

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

14. A. To inform parents and schools B. To pick out good students

C. To compare teachersD. To expose poor schools.

15. A. They have no trust in doctors B. They cannot afford the medical fee.

C. They fear things like injections D. They doubt the medical treatment

16. A. Teacher’s difficult life. B. Harm of divorce to families.

C. Ways to become loveable kids D. Kid’s attention-seeking behaviour

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.

Complete the form. Write ONE WORD for each answer.

Blanks 21 through 24 are based on the following conversation.

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. atB. on C. in D. to

26. I had to buy _________ these books because I didn’t know which one was the best.

A. both B. none C. neither D. all

27. According to a recent U.S. survey, children spent up to 25 hours a week _________ TV.

A. to watchB. 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. mustB. mayC. 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. persuadeB. will persuade C. be persuaded D. are persuaded

31. Bill’s aim is to inform the viewers that cigarette advertising on TV is illegal, _______?

A. isn’t it B. is it C. isn’t be D. is he

32. He speaks English well indeed, but of course not _____ a native speaker.

A. as fluent as B. more fluent than C. so fluently as D. much fluently than

33. The flu is believed _______ by viruses that like to reproduce in the cells inside the human nose and throat.

A. causing B. being caused C. to be caused D. be have caused

34. The flowers ____ sweet in the botanic garden attract the visitors to the beauty of nature.

A. to smellB. smelling C. smelt D. to be smelt

35. The disc, digitally ______ in the studio, sounded fantastic at the party that night.

A. recorded B. recording C. to be recorded D. having recorded

36. American women usually identify their best friend as someone _____ they can talk frequently.

A. who B. asC. about whichD. with whom

37. After Yang Li wei succeeded in circling the carth, _______ our astronauts desire to do is walk in space.

A. where B. whatC. thatD. how

38. Jasmine was holidaying with her family in a wildlife park _____ she was bitten on the leg by al lion.

A. whenB. whileC. since D. once

篇二:2004年高考英语试题(上海卷)

2004年普通高等学校招生全国统一考试

英语(上海卷)

本试卷分为第Ⅰ卷(第1-12页)第Ⅱ卷(第13页)两部分。全卷共13页。满分150分,考试时间120分钟。

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. B. At 1:30 p.m. C. At 2:00p.m. D. At 2:30p.m.

2. A. At a tailor’s B. At a laundry.

C. At a clothing store.D. At a supermarket.

3. A. Customer and cashier. B. Waitress and diner.

C. Secretary and managerD. Husband and wife

4. A. They are in high demand. B. They are inexpensive.

C. They are not available.D. They are awful.

5. A. He did better than expected.B. He failed the maths exam.

C. He used to be a top student D. He answered only 10% of the questions

6. A. Interesting B. RelaxingC. Unfinished D. Disappointing

7. A. He has to wait for someone else B. He has to fix the seat first.

C. There is something wrong with the car D. The woman must fasten the seat belt.

8. A. She won the first prizeB. She was glad to hear the news.

C. She did not attend the contest D. She had to help another Mary

9. A. Regret B. PainC. Surprise D. Gratitude

10. A. A telephoneB. An automobile

C. A refrigerator D. An elevator

Part B Passages

Directions: In Part B, you will hear two short passages, and you will be asked three questions on 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. DisappointedB. Satisfied C. Angry D. Worried

12. A. He checked out and left the hotel B. All his things were stolen

C. His luggage was removed by mistake D. He was robbed of his suitcase.

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

14. A. To inform parents and schools B. To pick out good students

C. To compare teachers D. To expose poor schools.

15. A. They have no trust in doctors B. They cannot afford the medical fee.

C. They fear things like injections D. They doubt the medical treatment

16. A. Teacher’s difficult life.B. Harm of divorce to families.

C. Ways to become loveable kidsD. Kid’s attention-seeking behaviour

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.

Complete the form. Write ONE WORD for each answer.

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 B. onC. inD. to

26. I had to buy _________ these books because I didn’t know which one was the best.

A. bothB. none C. neitherD. all

27. According to a recent U.S. survey, children spent up to 25 hours a week _________ TV.

A. to watch B. to watchingC. 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. isB. was C. has beenD. had been

30. The number of deaths form heart disease will be reduced greatly it people _______ to eat more fruit and vegetables.

A. persuadeB. will persuadeC. be persuaded C. are persuaded

31. Bill’s aim is to inform the viewers that cigarette advertising on TV is illegal, _______?

A. isn’t it B. is it C. isn’t be D. is he

32. He speaks English well indeed, but of course not _____ a native speaker.

A. as fluent asB. more fluent than C. so fluently as D. much fluently than

33. The flu is believed _______ by viruses that like to reproduce in the cells inside the human nose and throat.

A. causing B. being causedC. to be caused D. be have caused

34. The flowers ____ sweet in the botanic garden attract the visitors to the beauty of nature.

A. to smell B. smelling C. smelt D. to be smelt

35. The disc, digitally ______ in the studio, sounded fantastic at the party that night.

A. recorded B. recording C. to be recordedC. having recorded

36. American women usually identify their best friend as someone _____ they can talk frequently.

A. who B. as C. about whichD. with whom

37. After Yang Li wei succeeded in circling the carth, _______ our astronauts desire to do is walk in space.

A. whereB. whatC. 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. sinceD. once

39. Parents should take seriously their children’s requests for sunglasses _________ eye protect

2004上海高考英语

ion is necessary in sunny weather.

A. because B. throughC. unlessD. if

40. A story goes ______ Elizabeth I of England liked nothing more that being surrounded by clever and qualified noblemen at court.

A. whenB. 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 broughtB. Not only did they bring

C. Not only brought theyD. Not only they did bring

42. Having been attacked by terrorists, ________.

A. doctors cane to their rescueB. the tall building collapsed

C. an emergency measure was taken D. warnings were given to tourists

43. Why! I have nothing to confess. _______ you want me to say?

A. What is it that B. What it is that

C. How is it thatD. 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. absenceC. attendanceD. appearance

46. Hospital staff burst into cheers after doctors completed a 20-hours operation to have

__________ one-year-old twins at the head.

A. isolatedB. separated C. divided C. removed

47. After the trainer was sure that the whale could look after itself, he ________it into the sea.

A. transportedB. unloaded C. released D. handled

48. In ___________ Chinese culture, marriage decisions were often made by parents for their children.

A. traditional B. historicC. remote D. initial

49. Some people like dirking coffee, for it has _______ effects.

A. promoting B. stimulating C. enhancing D. encouraging

50. The teacher wrote an example on the blackboard to ________ to point.

A. illustrateB. suggestC. express D. recognize

51. Most people on this island are 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 B. contrast C. connection D. conflict

53. Chinese arts have won the _________ of a lot of people outside China.

A. enjoyment B. appreciation C, entertainment D. reputation

54. To keep healthy, Professor Johnson________ cycling as a regular form of exercise after he retired.

A. took upB. caught onC. 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 55swim as well as ever when he gets back in the water. He can got on a

bicycle after several decades and away. A mother who hasthe words for years can teach her daughter the poem that begins “ Twinkle, twinkle, little star” or recite the story of Cinderella or Snow White.

One explanation is the law of over learning, which can be stated as following: we have learned something, additional learning increases the 59of time we will remember it.

In childhood, we usually continue to practise such skills as swimming, bicycle riding long after we have learned them. We continue to listen to and 60ourselves of poems such as “Twinkle, twinkle, little star” and childhood tales such as Cinderella or Snow White. We no The law of over learning explains why cramming (突击学习) for an it may result in a passing grade, is not a way to 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 forget almost everything he learned. A, is usually a good investment toward the future.

55. A. only B. hardlyC. still D. even

56. A. more B. drive C. travelD. ride

57. A. thought about B. cared forC. showed up D. brought up

58. A. BeforeB. OnceC. UntilD. Unless

59. A. accuracy B. unit C. limitD. length

60. A. remindB. inform C. warmD. recall

61. A. recite B. overlearnC. research D. improve

62. A. thoughB. soC. if D. after

63. A. convenientB. demandingC. satisfactoryD. swift

64. A. at most B. by the way 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 cash encouragement, some women just don’t want to be 66holding the baby. “What we know is that it’s good for the 67 if men and women share the burden of having children,” says Soren Kindlund, family policy Swedish parents can take their paid leave as they wish,day off work.

Experts fear that the tendency for women to use most of the parental leave could make employers 70 go give young women the permanent jobs they need to qualify for paid maternity leave (产假)。In January. Sweden decided to allow new fathers two months’ paid leave, it.

Kindlund admits that men are under 72to stay at work, even though parental pay comes out of the public purse. “It’s not popular among bosses and perhaps with other men in the workplace,” he says. “But it’s good for the father and for the child if they can a relationship.”

In Norway, 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 B. at the cost of C. in addition toD. due to

66. A. sentB. leftC. caughtD. seen

67. A. birthrate B. incomeC. health D. spirit

68. A. Just as B. Only ifC. Even though D. Now that

69. A. oneB. mere C. onlyD. single

70. A. willingB. reluctantC. likely D. unable

71. A. reserveB. misuse C. ignoreD. lose

72. A. discussion B. attackC. control D. pressure

73. A. make out B. add up C. build up D. set aside

74. A. impersonalB. similar C. severeD. global 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)

篇三:2004~2012上海高考英语试卷集合

2004年普通高等学校招生全国统一考试(上海卷)

英语

本试卷分为第Ⅰ卷(第1—11页)第Ⅱ卷(第12页)两部分。全卷共12页。满分150分,考试时间120分钟。

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. B. At 1:30 p.m. C. At 2:00p.m. D. At 2:30p.m.

2. A. At a tailor’s B. At a laundry. C. At a clothing store.D. At a supermarket.

3. A. Customer and cashier.B. Waitress and diner.

C. Secretary and manager D. Husband and wife

4. A. They are in high demand. B. They are inexpensive.

C. They are not available. D. They are awful.

5. A. He did better than expected. B. He failed the maths exam.

C. He used to be a top student D. He answered only 10% of the questions

6. A. InterestingB. Relaxing C. Unfinished D. Disappointing

7. A. He has to wait for someone else B. He has to fix the seat first.

C. There is something wrong with the car D. The woman must fasten the seat belt.

8. A. She won the first prize B. She was glad to hear the news.

C. She did not attend the contest D. She had to help another Mary

9. A. Regret B. Pain C. Surprise D. Gratitude

10. A. A telephone B. An automobile C. A refrigerator D. An elevator Part B Passages

Directions: In Part B, you will hear two short passages, and you will be asked three questions on 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. DisappointedB. SatisfiedC. AngryD. Worried

12. A. He checked out and left the hotel B. All his things were stolen

C. His luggage was removed by mistake D. He was robbed of his suitcase.

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

14. A. To inform parents and schools B. To pick out good students

C. To compare teachersD. To expose poor schools.

15. A. They have no trust in doctors B. They cannot afford the medical fee.

C. They fear things like injections D. They doubt the medical treatment

16. A. Teacher’s difficult life. B. Harm of divorce to families.

C. Ways to become loveable kids D. Kid’s attention-seeking behaviour

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.

Complete the form. Write ONE WORD for each answer.

Blanks 21 through 24 are based on the following conversation.

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. atB. on C. in D. to

26. I had to buy _________ these books because I didn’t know which one was the best.

A. both B. none C. neither D. all

27. According to a recent U.S. survey, children spent up to 25 hours a week _________ TV.

A. to watchB. 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. mustB. mayC. 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. persuadeB. will persuade C. be persuaded D. are persuaded

31. Bill’s aim is to inform the viewers that cigarette advertising on TV is illegal, _______?

A. isn’t it B. is it C. isn’t be D. is he

32. He speaks English well indeed, but of course not _____ a native speaker.

A. as fluent as B. more fluent than C. so fluently as D. much fluently than

33. The flu is believed _______ by viruses that like to reproduce in the cells inside the human nose and throat.

A. causing B. being caused C. to be caused D. be have caused

34. The flowers ____ sweet in the botanic garden attract the visitors to the beauty of nature.

A. to smellB. smelling C. smelt D. to be smelt

35. The disc, digitally ______ in the studio, sounded fantastic at the party that night.

A. recorded B. recording C. to be recorded D. having recorded

36. American women usually identify their best friend as someone _____ they can talk frequently.

A. who B. asC. about whichD. with whom

37. After Yang Li wei succeeded in circling the carth, _______ our astronauts desire to do is walk in space.

A. where B. whatC. thatD. how

38. Jasmine was holidaying with her family in a wildlife park _____ she was bitten on the leg by al lion.

A. whenB. whileC. 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. whenB. where C. whatD. that

篇四:2004年高考英语试题(上海卷)

2004年普通高等学校招生全国统一考试

英语(上海卷)

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 B. onC. inD. to

26. I had to buy _________ these books because I didn’t know which one was the best.

A. bothB. none C. neitherD. all

27. According to a recent U.S. survey, children spent up to 25 hours a week _________ TV.

A. to watch B. to watchingC. 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. isB. was C. has beenD. had been

30. The number of deaths form heart disease will be reduced greatly it people _______ to eat more

fruit and vegetables.

A. persuadeB. will persuadeC. be persuaded C. are persuaded

31. Bill’s aim is to inform the viewers that cigarette advertising on TV is illegal, _______?

A. isn’t it B. is it C. isn’t be D. is he

32. He speaks English well indeed, but of course not _____ a native speaker.

A. as fluent asB. more fluent than C. so fluently as D. much fluently than

33. The flu is believed _______ by viruses that like to reproduce in the cells inside the human

nose and throat.

A. causing B. being causedC. to be caused D. be have caused

34. The flowers ____ sweet in the botanic garden attract the visitors to the beauty of nature.

A. to smell B. smelling C. smelt D. to be smelt

35. The disc, digitally ______ in the studio, sounded fantastic at the party that night.

A. recorded B. recording C. to be recordedC. having recorded

36. American women usually identify their best friend as someone _____ they can talk frequently.

A. who B. as C. about whichD. with whom

37. After Yang Li wei succeeded in circling the carth, _______ our astronauts desire to do is walk

in space.

A. whereB. whatC. 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. sinceD. once

39. Parents should take seriously their children’s requests for sunglasses _________ eye protection

is necessary in sunny weather.

A. because B. throughC. unlessD. if

40. A story goes ______ Elizabeth I of England liked nothing more that being surrounded by

clever and qualified noblemen at court.

A. whenB. 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 broughtB. Not only did they bring

C. Not only brought theyD. Not only they did bring

42. Having been attacked by terrorists, ________.

A. doctors cane to their rescueB. the tall building collapsed

C. an emergency measure was taken D. warnings were given to tourists

43. Why! I have nothing to confess. _______ you want me to say?

A. What is it that B. What it is that

C. How is it thatD. 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. absenceC. attendanceD. appearance

46. Hospital staff burst into cheers after doctors completed a 20-hours operation to have

__________ one-year-old twins at the head.

A. isolatedB. separated C. divided C. removed

47. After the trainer was sure that the whale could look after itself, he ________it into the sea.

A. transportedB. unloaded C. released D. handled

48. In ___________ Chinese culture, marriage decisions were often made by parents for their

children.

A. traditional B. historicC. remote D. initial

49. Some people like dirking coffee, for it has _______ effects.

A. promoting B. stimulating C. enhancing D. encouraging

50. The teacher wrote an example on the blackboard to ________ to point.

A. illustrateB. suggestC. express D. recognize

51. Most people on this island are 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 B. contrast C. connection D. conflict

53. Chinese arts have won the _________ of a lot of people outside China.

A. enjoyment B. appreciation C, entertainment D. reputation

54. To keep healthy, Professor Johnson________ cycling as a regular form of exercise after he

retired.

A. took upB. caught onC. 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 swim as well as ever when he gets back in the water. He can got on a

bicycle after several decades and away. A mother who hasthe words for years can teach her daughter the poem that begins “ Twinkle, twinkle, little star” or

recite the story of Cinderella or Snow White.

One explanation is the law of over learning, which can be stated as following:

we have learned something, additional learning increases the of time we will

remember it.

In childhood, we usually continue to practise such skills as swimming, bicycle riding long

ourselves of poems such

as “Twinkle, twinkle, little star” and childhood tales such as Cinderella or Snow White. We no

The law of over learning explains why cramming (突击学习

it may result in a passing grade, is not a way to learn a school course. By

cramming, a student may learn the subject well enough to get by on the examination, but he is

good investment toward the future.

55. A. only B. hardlyC. still D. even

56. A. more B. drive C. travelD. ride

57. A. thought about B. cared forC. showed up D. brought up

58. A. BeforeB. OnceC. UntilD. Unless

59. A. accuracy B. unit C. limitD. length

60. A. remindB. inform C. warmD. recall

61. A. recite B. overlearnC. research D. improve

62. A. thoughB. soC. if D. after

63. A. convenientB. demandingC. satisfactoryD. swift

64. A. at most B. by the way 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 cash encouragement, some women just

don’t want to be holding the baby. “What we know is that it’s good for theif men and women share the burden of having children,” says Soren Kindlund, family policy

Swedish parents can take their paid leave as they wish,day off work.

Experts fear that the tendency for women to use most of the parental leave could make

go give young women the permanent jobs they need to qualify for paid

maternity leave (产假)。In January. Sweden decided to allow new fathers two months’ paid leave,

it.

Kindlund admits that men are under to stay at work, even though parental pay

comes out of the public purse. “It’s not popular among bosses and perhaps with other men in the

workplace,” he says. “But it’s good for the father and for the child if they can a

relationship.”

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 B. at the cost of C. in addition toD. due to

66. A. sentB. leftC. caughtD. seen

67. A. birthrate B. incomeC. health D. spirit

68. A. Just as B. Only ifC. Even though D. Now that

69. A. oneB. mere C. onlyD. single

70. A. willingB. reluctantC. likely D. unable

71. A. reserveB. misuse C. ignoreD. lose

72. A. discussion B. attackC. control D. pressure

73. A. make out B. add up C. build up D. set aside

74. A. impersonalB. similar C. severeD. global

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

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. The judge’s remark implied that York would be more severely punished if he _________.

A. pretended to be a psychiatristB. tried to get away from prison

C. was proud of what he had done D. studied the behaviour of the psychiatrist

(B)

(You may read the questions first)

篇五:2004~2010上海高考英语中译英试题及答案

2004-2010 高考试题 中译英

2004年上海市普通高等学校春季招生考试

1.我们盼望能参加下星期举行的艺术节开幕式(look forward to)

We are looking forward to taking part in the opening ceremony of the art to be held next week.

2.多参加些体育锻炼,你就不那么容易感冒了。(If…)

If you take more PE exercises, you will not catch a cold so easily.

3.因为缺少实践,他没有通过驾驶考试。(The reason why)

The reason why he didn't pass the driving test was lack of practice/ that he lacked practice.

4.直到被送入手术间时,他才明白遵守交通规则的重要性。(not…until…)

He didn't know the importance of obeying the traffic rules until he was sent into the room of

operation.

5.虽然她孤身一人,无亲无故,但邻居们都向她伸出了援助之手。(offer)

Though she is single and has no friends or relatives, all the neighbors offer her help/ a helping hand /to help her.

2004年普通高等学校招生全国统一考试英语(上海卷)

1. 小组讨论有助于更好地理解课文。 (help)

Group discussion helps (to) understand the text better.

2. 上周因为生病我缺了一些课,但是我会努力赶上大家的。 (miss)

Because of illness/Being ill last week, I missed some lessons, but I will try to catch up with others.

3. 这个游戏的规则太复杂,三言两语解释不清。(too….to)

The rules of the game are too complicated to explain/be explained in a few words.

4. 你该就刚才的所作所为向在场的人道歉。(apologize)

You should apologize to the people present for what you have just done.

5. 我发现很难与那些一贯固执已知的人合作。(…it…)

I find it (is) hard to cooperate with those who always stick to their own opinions.

2005年上海春季英语高考试题

1.我昨天给你打了好几个电话,你都不在家.(call)

I called (you) several times yesterday, but you were not at home / not in.

2.虽然并不富裕,但是他对自己的生活相当满意.(Although)

Although he is not rich, he is quite/ fairly satisfied with his life / himself.

3.在叔叔的帮助下,汤姆写成了一首动人的诗.(succeed)

With the help of his uncle, Tom succeeded in writing a touching / moving poem.

4.由于准备充分,他在面试中一点也不紧张.(not…at all)

Because he was well-prepared, he didn’t feel nervous at all during the interview.

5.只要我们齐心协力,就能很快解决这个技术难题.

So long as / If we wok co-operatively / with combined efforts/ joint efforts, we will be able to solve/ work out the technical problems.

2005年普通高等学校招生全国统一考试上海卷

1. 我希望尽快收到你的照片。(hope)

2. I hope (that) I can/ will receive your photo(s) as soon as

possible.= I hope to receive your photo(s) as soon as possible.

2.多吃蔬菜和水果有益健康。(good)

Eating/Having more vegetables and fruit(s) does good to / is good for one’s health.

3.今天下午我没空,我和牙医有约。(appointment)

I’m not free/ available this afternoon because I have/ have made an appointment with my

dentist.

4.你最好乘出租车去电影节的开幕式,不然就要迟到了。(or)

You’d better go to the opening ceremony of the Film Festival by taxi, or you’ll be late.

5.这款手机样式新颖、携带方面,深受年轻人的欢迎(popular)

The mobile phone is fashionable/modern in style and convenient to carry, so it is very popular with the young/ young people/ youngsters.

6.他进公司后不久就独立完成了一项艰巨的任务,同事们对他刮目相看。(so)

He finished a difficult task on his own/independently soon/ shortly after he entered the company, so his colleagues looked at him differently/ with new eyes/regarded him in a totally different light.

2006年上海市普通高等学校春季招生考试英 语 试 卷

1.昨天我的电脑坏了。(wrong)

There was something wrong with my computer yesterday

2.为了保持健康,我们经常参加体育锻炼。(To…)

To keep fit, we often take part in physical exercises.

3.躺在草地上听音乐真是惬意。(It…)It is pleasant lying on the grass and enjoying the music.

4.物理课上,他没听懂王教授所讲的内容。(fail)

In the physics class, he failed to understand what Professor Wang was talking about.

5.是否在黄浦江上再建一座大桥,委员们意见不一。(agree)

The members of the committee / The committee can not agree on whether to build another bridge over / across the Huangpu River.

6.我向她请教,她总是有求必应,而且解释得令我十分满意。(satisfaction)

Every time I ask her for advice, she is always ready to help, and explains to my full satisfaction.

2006年高考上海卷英语试题

1. 我们相信农民的生活会越来越好。(believe)

We believe that peasants'/farmers’ life will be/be getting better and better.

2. 一本书是否畅销取决于诸多因素。(Whether. . . )

Whether a book sells well depends on many/various factors.

3. 我不需要买新车, 我的那辆旧车还很好。(condition)

I don't need to/needn’t buy a new car as my old one is still in good condition.

4. 这里的菜烧得很好,还有免费蛋糕供应。(provide)

The dishes are well cooked here and free cakes are provided.

5. 外出旅游时务必注意保护环境,为他人着想。(sure)

Be sure to pay attention to protecting the environment and be considerate/think of others if/when/while traveling/doing traveling.

6. 这小孩太调皮,使得他那忙于工作的父母常常心烦意乱。(So …)

So naughty is the child that he often upsets his parents who are busy with their work. 2007年上海春季高考翻译

1. 前天我们订购了20台洗衣机。 (order)

We ordered / placed an order for 20 washing machines the day before yesterday.

2. 因为大雨,校运动会将不得不推迟。 (put off)

Because of / Due to the heavy rain, the sports meet / meeting will have to be put off.

3. 为了您的家庭幸福,务必遵守交通规则。 (Do)

Do obey / observe / keep / follow traffic rules for the happiness of your family.

4. 据报道这种野生植物含有丰富的维生素。 (It)

It is reported that the wild plant is rich in / contains / has a lot of vitamins.

5. 和园丁们一起工作让我们学到许多关于花卉的知识。enable)

Working with the gardeners enabled us to learn / gain / obtain a lot of knowledge about flowers.

6. 遇到困难的时候,我们需要的不是彼此埋怨,而是相互帮助。 (not…but)

When (we are) in difficulty / When we meet with difficulties, what we need is not to blame each other but to help each other.

2007年上海高考翻译

1. 他们的新房子离学校很远。(far)

Their new house is far from the school.

2. 不在房间的时候别让灯开着。(when)

Don’t leave the light on when you are not in the room.

3. 我忘了提醒他面试的时间。(remind)

I forgot to remind him of the time for the interview.

4. 各式阳伞给夏日街头平添了活跃的气氛。(add to)

Colorful umbrellas add to a lively atmosphere in the summer streets.

5. 无论风多大、雨多急,警察一直坚守在岗位上。(no matter …)

No matter how hard the rain falls and the wind blows, the police keep to their posts.

6. 医生挨家挨户上门巡访,省去了许多老年人去医院的麻烦.(save)

Doctors’ door-to-door visits save many old people’s trouble of going to hospital.

2008年上海市春季招生考试

1.你擦一下窗好吗? (mind)

Do you mind /Would you mind cleaning the window?

2. 有困难请向警察求助。(turn to) (Please)

Turn to the police for help when (you are )in trouble.

3. 他一到上海就和我们取得了联系。(contact)