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篇一:2016年江苏省高中学生英语口语等级测试试卷(模拟试卷)

A1(学生用)

2016年江苏省高中学生英语口语等级测试试卷(模拟试卷)

一、用正确的语音语调朗读下面的短文。(计10分)

“Depend on yourself.” Is what nature says to every man .parents can help you.

Teachers can help you. Still others can help you. But all these people why help you to help yourself.

There have been many great men in history. But many of them were very poor in boyhood, and had no uncles, aunts, or friends to help them. Schools were few and of poor quality. They could not depend on them for an education. They saw how it was, and set to work with all their strength to learn something. They worked their own way up to fame.

One of the most famous teachers in England used to tell his pupils, “I cannot make worthy men of you, but I can help you make men of yourselves”.

Some young men have no ambition to do anything, and they are to be pitied. They can never succeed unless they see their foolishness, and change their courses. They are nothing now, and will be nothing as long as they live, unless they accept the advice of parents and teachers, and depend upon their own honest and serious efforts. 生词:ambition心;野心

二、根据所读短文内容回答下列问题。(计10分)

三、根据所给提示用英语进行交谈。(计10分)

提示:假定有人不喜欢看电视广告,要换频道。你告诉他广告是现代生活的一部分,每个人必须面对他们。他说广告总是劝你买你不需要的东西,有的广告甚至欺骗消费者。你认为他所说的只是部分正确,比如公益广告就对我们很有益。他说商业广告不可信,广告商们总是暗示自己的产品最好。你说商业广告提供产品的各种信息,只要我们善于比较,广告还是对我们有益的东西。

四、根据所提供内容要点介绍情况。

要点:

1、每隔四年,来自全世界的运动员参加奥运会;2008年,第29届奥运会将在北京举办;

2、举办奥运会是巨大的荣誉和责任;为办成最好的一届奥运会,北京将发生巨大的变化;建起新的大楼和比赛场馆;种更多的树;铺更多的路;北京将会更美;

3、北京人民将会尽力准备好一切;将点燃奥运会火炬,欢迎来自世界各地的运动员;他们对成功举办第29届奥运会充满信心。

A1(教师用)

2016年江苏省高中学生英语口语等级测试试卷(模拟试卷)

注意事项:

1、教师用卷所提供的答案仅为参考答案。测试第二大题时,学生口可以根据所读短文的内容用不同的方式回答。测试第三、第四大题时,学生可根据所给提示或内容要点用不同的方式表达。

2、第三大题情景对话由主考或副主考开始.

一、用正确的语音语调朗读下面的短文。(计10分)

“Depend on yourself.” is what nature says to every man .Parents can help you.

Teachers can help you. Still others can help you. But all these people only you to help yourself.

There have been many great men in history. But many of them were very poor in boyhood, and had no uncles, aunts, or friends to help them. Schools were few and of poor quality. They could not depend on them for an education. They saw how it was, and set to work with all their strength to learn something. They worked their own way up to fame.

One of the most famous teachers in England used to tell his pupils, “I cannot make worthy men of you, but I can help you make men of yourselves”.

Some young men have no ambition to do anything, and they are to be pitied. They can never succeed unless they see their foolishness, and change their courses. They are nothing now, and will be nothing as long as they live, unless they accept the advice of parents and teachers, and depend upon their own honest and serious efforts. 生词:ambition心;野心

二.根据所读短文内容回答下列问题

(1) What do you think is the title of this passage?

Depend on Yourself.

(2) How did many great men of poor families become successful?

They knew they had nobody to depend on. They worked their own way up to fame.

(3) What did one of the most famous teachers tell his pupils?

He told them that he could not make worthy men of them, but that he could help them make men of themselves.

(4) Why have some young men failed in everything?

Because they have no ambition to do anything.

(5)How can they succeed?

They must see their foolishness and change their courses. They must accept the advice of parents and teachers and depend on their own honest and serious efforts.

三.根据所给提示用英语进行交谈。

提示:假定有人不喜欢看电视广告,要换频道。你告诉他广告是现代生活的一部分,每个人必须面对他们。他说广告总是劝你买你不需要的东西,有的广告甚至欺骗消费者。你认为他所说的只是部分正确,比如公益广告就是对我们很有益。他说商业广告不可信,广告商们总是暗示自己的产品最好。你说商业广告提供产品的各种信息,只要我们善于比较,广告还是对我们有益的。

A: I dislike ads. Shall we change the channel?

B: But ads are part of modern life. Everyone must face them.

A: Ads are no good. They always try to persuade you to buy what you actually don?t

need.

B: Well, do you mean some ads even tell lies to cheat consumers?

A: That?s what I really mean.

B: But I think what you have said is only partly true. In fact, some ads are very good. A: Very good? Could you show me some examples?

B: Yes, some public service ads try to educate people about safety, health and so on.

What do you think?

A: I agree, but commercial ads are quite different. The advertisers always suggest

their products are the best. So we can never believe them.

B: But commercial ads can also give us a lot of information about products. They

promote competition and sales, which benefit consumers. If we are good at comparing them, ads are good for us.

四、根据所提供内容要点介绍情况。

要点:

1、每隔四年,来自全世界的运动员参加奥运会;2008年,第29届奥运会将在

北京举办;

2、举办奥运会是巨大的荣誉和责任;为办成功最好的一届奥运会,北京将发生

巨大的变化;建起新的大楼和比赛场馆;种更多的树;铺跟多的路;北京将会更美;

3、北京人民将会尽力准备好一切;将点燃奥运会火炬,欢迎来自世界各地的运

动员;他们对成功举办第29届奥运会充满信心。

Every four years,athletes from all over the world gather to take part in the Olympic Games. From August 8 to 24, in 2008, the 29th Olympic Games were held in Beijing..

Beijing Olympic Games achieved a great success with the support and help of the whole international Olympic family Chinese. Chinese athletes won 100 medals in all, including 51 gold medals.

The passion and hospitality of the Chinese people added colour to the Games and impressed the whole world. China realized the promise to hold “Green Olympics, High-tech Olympics and People?s Olympics”. Through the Games, the world learned more about China, and China learned more about the world.

A2(学生用)

2016年江苏省高中学生英语口语等级测试试卷(模拟试卷)

一、用正确的语音语调朗读下面的短文。(计10分)

For hundreds of years, the people of a Scottish town believed that a dinosaur-like monster lived in a nearby lake called Loch Ness. Many said they saw the creature, but no one could prove it was real.

In 1934,a London doctor, Robert Kenneth Wilson, gave a newspaper a photo of the monster. He took the picture, the news travelled around the world. People came from everywhere to see this creature now called the “Loch Ness Monster”. Then in 1993, a man named Christian Spurling surprised everyone. He said the photo of the Loch Ness Monster was a fake .He and some friends had created the famous picture themselves, then Wilson had given it to the newspaper as a practical joke.

Today tricks and jokes like this are common, and many are spread using e-mail. Some can be funny, but others can cause trouble.

生词:1. monster n.怪物 2. Loch Ness 尼斯湖 3. fake n.假货;赝品

二.根据所读短文内容回答下列问题 。(计10分)

三.根据所给提示用英语进行交谈。(计10分)

提示:假如有人感到用英语写作难,问你该怎么办.你说你认为他应该下功夫.首先,他应该设法有大的词汇量.如果他没有足够大的词汇量,他就几乎不可能表达他自己.其次,他应该学些语法,语法掌握的好能够引导他以正确的方式写作.第三,设法让别人帮他.当他用英语写东西时,要把写得东西拿给他的老师或同学看。他们也许能帮助他改进。他说他想到过这一点,但他有点害羞、你说他必须战胜害羞。

四、根据所提供内容要点介绍情况。(计10分)

要点:

1、 为了我们的下一代,我们要拯救环境。许多人认为,如果我们想让经济继续发展,污染就不可能停止。

2、 然而,我们可以做很多事情。比如,我们应该鼓励人们购买对环境有益得多的可循环产品。这就意味着我们不需要砍伐更多的树木并造成更多森林的毁灭。工业仍会继续发展,而我们的地球则不必受到磨难。

3、我们也面临着人口问题。世界人口持续增长,更多的垃圾随之产生。为了我们的下一代,我们必须共同努力,维护地球的清洁健康。

A2(教师用)

2016年江苏省高中学生英语口语等级测试试卷(模拟试卷) 注意事项:

1、教师用卷所提供的答案仅为参考答案。测试第二大题时,学生口可以根据所读短文的内容用不同的方式回答。测试第三、第四大题时,学生可根据所给提示或内容要点用不同的方式表达。

2、第三大题情景对话由主考或副主考开始.

一、用正确的语音语调朗读下面的短文。(计10分)

For hundreds of years, the people of a Scottish town believed that a dinosaur-like monster lived in a nearby lake called Loch Ness. Many said they saw the creature, but no one could prove it was real.

In 1934,a London doctor, Robert Kenneth Wilson, gave a newspaper a photo of the monster. He took the picture, the news travelled around the world. People came from everywhere to see this creature now called the“ Loch Ness Monster”. Then in 1993,a man named Christian Spurling surprised everyone. He said the photo of the Loch Ness Monster was a fake .He and some friends had created the famous picture themselves, then Wilson had given it to the newspaper as a practical joke.

Today tricks and jokes like this are common, and many are spread using e-mail. Some can be funny, but others can cause trouble.

生词:1. monster n.怪物 2. Loch Ness 尼斯湖 3. fake n.假货;赝品

二.根据所读短文内容回答下列问题 。(计10分)

1.What does the monster in Loch Ness look like?

It looks like a dinosaur.

2.What did Robert Kenneth Wilson do in 1934?

He gave a newspaper a photo of the monster and said he took the picture when he suddenly saw the animal in the lake

.3.How did Christian Spurling surprise every one?

He said that the photo of the Loch Ness Monster was a fake. He and some friends had created it themselves, then Wilson had given it to the newspaper as a practical joke.

4.How are many tricks and jokes spread today?

They are spread using e-mail.

5.What do you think of tricks and jokes like this?

Some of them can be funny, but others can cause trouble.

三.根据所给提示用英语进行交谈。(计10分)

提示:假如有人感到用英语写作难,问你该怎么办.你说你认为他应

2016高中英语口语等级测试mp3

该下功夫.首先,他应该设法有大的词汇量.如果他没有足够大的词汇量,他就几乎不可能表达他自己.其次,他应该学些语法,语法掌握的好能够引导他以正确的方式写作.第三,设法

篇二:2016年江苏省高中英语口语等级测试纲要

2016年江苏省高中英语口语等级测试纲要

第一部分 朗读短文并回答问题

用正确的语音语调朗读下面的短文并回答问题。

1

“Depend on yourself.” is what nature says to every man. Parents can help you. Teachers can help you. Still others can help you. But all these people only help you to help yourself.

There have been many great men in history. But many of them were very poor in childhood, and had no uncles, aunts, or friends to help them. Schools were few and of poor quality. They could not depend on them for an education. They saw how it was, and set about working with all their strength to learn something. They worked their own way up to fame.

One of the most famous teachers in England used to tell his pupils, “I cannot make worthy men of you, but I can help you make men of yourselves.”

Some young men have no ambition to do anything, and they are to be pitied. They can never succeed unless they see their foolishness, and change their courses. They are nothing now, and will be nothing as long as they live, unless they accept the advice of parents and teachers, and depend upon their own honest and serious efforts.

2

In many parts of the world,university students work during the summer vacation. They need money, and they can get some working experience. Traditionally, they get jobs as servers, cashiers, and lifeguards at swimming pools.

These days, however, more and more students are working at dotcoms. Dotcoms are Internet-based companies which offer goods and services online. The pay is usually much better than that at the traditional summer jobs.

There are other advantages besides the pay. In addition to providing good experience, the work is also enjoyable. On top of this, their co-workers treat them with respect.

Dotcoms are new and need new ways of thinking. Imagination and enterprise are more important than formal qualifications. So some students are even leaving school to start their own dotcoms.

3

Dear Mr Zhu

I am writing to your magazine?s “Teenagers Now” column to ask for some help with my 16-year-old son. At the moment, he refuses to do almost everything his mother and I ask him to do. He is our only child, and we treat him very well, and his grandparents buy him many things. Yet he is still rude to us. He refuses to spend time with us or do as we tell him to. Sometimes he acts as though he doesn?t even love us at all.

Recently he has been refusing to do his homework, and instead insists on wasting his time watching DVDs and listening to foreign music. I cannot understand this music, but I don?t like it. He also spends too much time in Internet cafes, where he either plays games or chats online. He is wasting valuable time during this important period in his life!

What am I to do? At present, to prevent upsetting his mother with an argument, I am allowing him his freedom. However, I am worried that if I keep allowing him to do what he wants to, he may fail at school, or worse.

How can I help my son without harming our relationship?

Yours sincerely,

Liu Zhenhua

4

Dear Amy,

My computer was broken so I couldn?t read your two e-mails until today. I?m so sorry to hear about your problem, but I?m glad you?re feeling better and are recovering. I?m amazed that in China someone?s liver matched yours! This is really a touching story—a stranger who donated part of his liver to a girl he doesn?t even know!

You?re right. We shouldn?t be embarrassed about our weight. I think you look great as you are, and you?re a wonderful person. I know that the pressure to stay slim is a problem, especially for an actress. However, your mother knows best: nothing is more important than health.

It?s the same in China—many people, some of whom are not overweight at all, are always going on a diet or taking weight-loss pills, which are often dangerous. I hope they can learn from your story.

Yours,

Zhou Ling

5

Thanks to the development of China?s economy and society, the country?s sports and fitness industry is taking off, with 36 percent of China?s population between the ages of 7 and 70 taking regular physical exercise.

In 1995, the central government issued an Outline of the National Fitness Programme to enhance the development of national public fitness. Since then, rapid progress has been made in building sports and fitness venues and facilities, raising public awareness of the importance of keeping fit, and in organizing sporting activities.

Encouraged by the central government?s call to build a harmonious society and the successful holding of the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games, people have obviously become more conscious of their fitness.

6

Tom was on a bus when the accident happened. He was traveling along when suddenly there was a loud crash! The bus driver fell asleep while he was driving, and drove into a huge building. Everything went black. All Tom could remember was being in great pain.

He woke up three days later, with a bad headache. It was then that he realized that he had only one arm. During the accident a sharp piece of metal cut off his arm.

At first he found it difficult to adjust to life without one of his arms. He had to learn to do many things with just one arm instead of two. However, after some time he got used to it and began to be motivated to do many things again.

Now, he is back at work and starts running every day. He enjoys running because it keeps him fit and healthy. Also, he is very fast, and it doesn?t matter that he has only one arm. It was hard to adjust to life after the accident, but now he is as happy as he used to be.

People travel for a lot of reasons. Some go to see historic battlefields. Others are looking for culture, or simply want to have their pictures taken in front of famous places. Most European tourists are looking for a sunny beach to lie on.

Northern Europeans are willing to pay a lot of money for the sun because they have so little of it. People from cities like London and Amsterdam spend much of their winter in the dark, for the days are so short, and much of the rest of the year in the rain. Every summer, many people travel to Mediterranean resorts and beaches for their vacation. They all come for the same reason: sun!

Italy?s 30,000 hotels are booked without a break every summer. And 13 million people camp on French beaches, in parks and on roadsides. Spain?s long sandy coastline attracts more people than anywhere else: 37 million tourists go there every year.

But there are signs that the area is getting more tourism than it can deal with. The Mediterranean is already one of the most polluted seas on Earth.

8

There are many different dialects of English spoken depending on where people live. When Old English was developing, it consisted of an Anglo-Saxon base mixed with many words from other languages. Before people could write, they used oral poems to record the history of England. Old English became the official language of England in the 10th century. English vocabulary has lots of similar words for the same thing and that is because so many different people came to England. Another thing that happened in English is that there are different words for animals and the meat which comes from them. This is because the English servants cooked for the French-speaking royalty. King Hey IV?s mother tongue was English and he was the first king to use English after the Normans conquered England in 1066.

9

Body language shows all kinds of feelings, wishes and attitudes and is sometimes more important than spoken language.

A smile is the universal facial expression—it is intended to put people at ease. It does not always mean that you are happy, however. A smile can hide other feelings like anger, fear or worry.

In most countries, nodding the head up and down shows agreement, while shaking the head means that you do not agree, or that you refuse to do something.

If you look away from a person or yawn, they may think you are not interested in them. If you stand holding your arms across your chest, you may be protecting yourself—just from a conversation you do not want! If you sit looking at, and turn toward, the person you are talking to, it shows that you are interested. If you roll your eyes and turn your head away, most likely you do not believe what you are hearing, or you do not like what you hear.

There are some differences in body language between cultures. It is important to give them attention.

The Chinese language differs from many Western languages in that it uses characters which have meanings and can stand alone as words. Chinese people invented numerous characters to represent ideas, objects or actions. Chinese words are often formed by combining different characters. The history of many Chinese words can be seen by looking at how their characters developed.

Chinese writing began thousands of years ago. There is a legend that says that a man named Cang Jie invented Chinese writing. One winter day while he was hunting, he saw the footprints of birds and animals in the snow and realized that each one was different. Then he had the idea that he could use different shapes or pictures to represent different objects. These shapes or pictures were the very first Chinese characters.

11

There are nearly 400 different types of sharks in total, but only about 30 types have ever been reported as attacking human beings. Most people know that the most dangerous shark is the great white shark, mainly because they have seen the movie Jaws. However, there are still two other sharks which are fierce. They are the tiger shark and the bull shark.

The chances of being attacked by a shark are very small compared to other dangers. The number of people who drown in the ocean every year is larger than the number of people attacked by sharks. The low number of attacks that happen every year proves that sharks do not feed on humans if they have the choice.

12

Most people believe we must not drink sea water. They believe that if we do we shall be very ill because of all the salt in the water. A doctor called Bombard did not believe this. He thought that people could stay alive by drinking sea water and eating animals and plants from the sea. To prove he was right he set out in a small boat to cross the Atlantic Ocean without any food or water with him.

Every day Dr Bombard drank just a little sea water. He also caught fish and they had water in them. He drank this water. He could not cook the fish so he ate them as they were. He took small plants from the sea, which gave him more food.

He traveled from one side of the Atlantic Ocean to the other in 65 days later. He lost 20 kilos but he showed that people could live on sea water and the animals and plants in the sea.

13

I am an American student and I want to tell you about some of the things America is famous for. I think these are all important parts of American popular culture.

Firstly, America makes lots of amazing films. Films are very popular in America. When a new film is released at the cinema, lots of people go and watch it. Many American actors are world famous. Lots of them have huge houses in a place called Hollywood.

Fast food is very popular in America. In a fast food restaurant, you can buy chicken and beef burgers, chips and soft drinks as well as other things. It is great because once you have ordered your food you only have to wait a couple of minutes for your meal to be ready. I think fast food is delicious, but try not to eat it too often because it is unhealthy.

My favourite sport is basketball. All my friends like watching it, and many students in America support a team in the NBA. Because I live in Chicago, I support the Chicago Bulls. My fovourite player is Michael Jordan. He is very famous and earns a lot of money, but he does not play any more because he is retired.

14

The office has always been a place to get ahead. Unfortunately, it is also a place where people?s responsibilities about using natural resources start to fall behind. Take a look around next time you?re at work. See how many lights are left on when people leave. See how much paper is being wasted. See how much electricity is being used to run computers that are left on. See how much water is being wasted in the restrooms. And see how much solid waste is being thrown out in the trash cans. We bet it?s a lot.

Now, here are some simple ways you can produce less waste at work. When you are at the copier, only make the copies you need. Use both sides of the paper when writing something less important. Turn off the lights when you leave. Use a lower-energy bulb in your lamp. Drink your coffee or tea out of your own cup instead of single-use plastic cups. Set up a recycling box for cans and one for bottles. And when you?re in the bathroom brushing your teeth or washing your face, don?t let the tap run. Remember, if we use fewer resources today, we?ll save more for tomorrow.

15

Today about 15 percent of the population is left-handed. But why are people left-handed? The answer is in the way the brain works.

The brain has two halves—the right half and the left half. The right half controls the left side of the body, and the left controls the right side of the body. So right-handed people have a strong left brain, and left-handed people have a strong right brain.

The two halves of the brain are about the same size. But each side controls different things. The left side controls language, mathematics, and logic. When you memorize the spelling of words, or when you put things in order, you use your left side. The right side of the brain controls your love of art, colour and music. It is also good at recognizing faces.

This does not mean that all artists are left-handed and all accountants are right-handed. There are actually many exceptions. Some right-handers have a strong right brain, and some left-handers have a strong left brain.

16

Millions of words have been written about young people in the United States. There are reasons for this great interest in the ideas, feelings and actions of youth.

Today there are about seven million Americans in colleges and universities. Young persons under 25 make up nearly half of the American population. Many of these will soon be in charge of the nation. Naturally, their ideas are important to everyone in the country, and it is necessary for older people to understand what they think and feel.

College students today have strong opinions about right and wrong. They are deeply interested in making a better life for all people, especially for those who have not been given a fair chance. They see much that is wrong in the old ways of their elders. So they insist on changing

篇三:高中学生英语口语等级测试考生守则

2016年**市高中学生英语口语等级测试

考 生 守 则

1.按规定日期和测试时间,提前45分钟到达指定考点。测试开始后迟到者不得进入测试区,缺测者不予补测。

2.自觉遵守纪律,听从工作人员的指挥和安排,测试前20分钟,根据自己的准考证号码到所在测试组按考号顺序排队,在领考老师带领下到预备室待考。

3.不得携带《测试纲要》以外的其他物品进入测试区。携带通讯工具(如手机、小灵通等)进入测试区的,一经发现即取消测试资格。

4.在预备室待考时,可在指定座位休息或看《测试纲要》复习,但必须保持安静,不得干扰他人,违犯纪律者取消测试资格。

5.听到工作人员呼叫自己的准考证号和姓名后,进入测试准备室,看试卷准备5分钟。进准备室不得带入书籍及其他物品。准备时,不得出声读题,不得在试题上涂写。

6.准备完毕后,由工作人员指引到测试室测试。进入测试室后,即向测试员老师出示准考证,并在评分表上签字,然后按要求进行测试。如听不清楚,可时以要求测试人员重复—遍。测试时间不超过6分钟。

7.测试结束后,离开测试室,到出口处拿书离开测试区。不得将试题带出测试室,不得在测试区附近逗留。