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2015年普通高等学校招生全国统一考试(新课标 I )英 语
第一部分 听力（共两节，满分 30 分）
第一节（共 5 小题；每小题 1.5 分，满分 7.5 分）（略）
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
例： How much is the shirt?
A.£ 19.15 B.£ 9.18 C.£ 9.15
1.What time is it now?
A.9:10 B.9:50 C.10:00
2. What will the man do?
A.It’s nice B.It’s warm C.It’s cold
3. What will the man do?
A.Attend a meeting B.Worth taking C.Very easy
4. What is the woman’s opinion about the course?
A.Too hard B.Worth taking C.Very easy
5. What does the woman want the man to do?
A.Speak louder. B.Apologize to her C.Turn off the radio
6.How long did Michael stay in China?
A.Five days B.One week C.Two weeks
7.Where did Michael go last year?
A.Russia B.Norway. C.India
8.What food does Sally like?
A.Chicken B.Fish C.Eggs
9.What are the speakers going to do?
A.Cook dinner B.Go shopping C.Order dishes.
10.Where are the speakers?
A.In a hospital B.In the office C.At home
11.When is the report due?
A.Thursday B.Friday C.Next Monday.
12.What does Geoge suggest Stephanie do with the report?
B.Hand it in later.
C.Leave it with him.
13.What is the probale relationship between the speakers?
A.Salesperson and customer.
B.Homeowner and cleaner.
C.Husband and wife.
14.What kind of apartment do the speakers prefer？
A.One with two bedrooms.
B.One without furniture
C.One near market
15.How much rent should one pay for the one-bedroom apartment?
A.$300. B.$400 C.$415
16.Where is the apartment the speakers would like to see?
A.On Lake Street B.On Market Street C.On South Street.
17.What percentage of the world’s tea exports go to Britain?
A.Almost 15% B.About 30% C.Over 40%
18.Why do tea taster taste tea with miik?
A.Most British people drink tea that way.
B.Tea tastes much better with milk.
C.Tea with milk is healthy.
19.Who suggests a price for each tea?
20.What is the speaker talking about?
A.The life of tea tasters.
B.Afternoon tea in Britain.
C.The London Tea Trade Centre.
第二部分 阅读理解（共两节，满分 60 分）
第一节 （共 15 小题；每小题 3 分，满分 45 分）
Monthly Talks at London Canal Museum
Our monthly talks start at 19:30 on the first Thursday of each month except August. Admission is at normal charges and you don’t need to book. They end around 21:00.
The Canal Pioneers, by Chris Lewis. James Brindley is recognized as one of the leading early canal engineers. He was also a major player in training others in the art of nanal planning and building. Chris Lewis will explain how Brindley made such a positive contribution to the education of that group of early “civil enginerrs”.
Ice for the Metropolis, by Malcolm Tucker. Well before the arrival of freezers, there was a demand for ice for food preservation and catering, Malcolm will explain the history of importing natural ice and the technology of building ice wells, and how London’s ice trade grew.
An Update on the Cotsword Canals, by Liz Payne. The Smoudwater Canal is moving towards reopenling. The Thames and Severn Canal will take a little longer. We will have a report on the present state of play.
Eyots and Aits- Thames Islands, by Miranda Vickers. The Thames had many islands. Miranda has undertaken a review of all of them. She will tell us about those of greatest interest.
London Canal Museum
12-13 New Wharf Road, London NI 9RT
21.When is the talk on James Brindley?
A. February 6th B. March 6th
C. November 7th D. December 5th
22. What is the topic of the talk in February?
A. The Canal Pioneers.
B. Ice for the Metropolis
C. Eyots and Aits- Thames Islands
D. An Update on the Cotsword Canals
23. Who will give the talk on the islands in the Thames.
A. Miranda Vickers
B. Malcolm Tucker
C. Chris Lewis
D. Liz Payne
The freezing Northeast hasn’t been a terribly fun place to spend time this winter, so when the chance came for a weekend to Sarasota, Florida, my bags were packed before you could say “sunshine”. I left for the land of warmth and vitamin C(维生素 C), thinking of beaches and orange trees. When we touched down to blue skies and warm air, I sent up a small prayer of gratefulness. Swimming pools, wine tasting, and pink sunsets (at normal evening hours, not 4 in the afternoon) filled the weekend, but the best part- particularly to my taste, dulled by months of cold- weather root vegetables- was a 7 a.m. adventure to the Sarasota farmers’ market that proved to be more than worth the early wake-up call.
The market, which was founded in 1979, sets up its tents every Saturday from 7:00 am to 1 p.m, rain or shine, along North Lemon and State streets. Baskets of perfect red strawberries, the red-painted sides of the Java Dawg coffee truck; and most of all, the tomatoes: amazing, large, soft and round red tomatoes.
Disappointed by many a broken, vine-ripened(蔓上成熟的) promise, I’ve refused to buy winter tomatoes for years. No matter how attractive they look in the store, once I get them home they’re unfailingly dry, hard, and tasteless. But I homed in, with uncertainty, on one particular table at the Brown’s Grove Farm’s stand, full of fresh and soft tomatoes the size of my fist. These were the real deal- and at that moment, I realized that the best part of Sarasota in winter was going to be eating things that back home in New York I wouldn’t be experiencing again for months.
Delighted as I was by the tomatoes in sight, my happiness deepened when I learned that Brown’s
Grove Farm is one of the suppliers for Jack Dusty, a newly opened restaurant at the Sarasota Ritz Carlton, where- luckily for me- I was planning to have dinner that very night. Without even seeing the menu, I knew I’d be ordering every tomato on it.
24. What did the author think of her winter life in New York?
A. Exciting. B. Boring. C. Relaxing. D. Annoying.
25. What made the author’s getting up late early worthwhile?
A. Having a swim.
B. Breathing in fresh air.
C. Walking in the morning sun.
D. Visiting a local farmer’s market.
26. What can we learn about tomatoes sold in New York in winter?
A. They are soft.
B. They look nice.
C. They taste great.
D. They are juicy.
27. What was the author going to that evening?
A. Go to a farm.
B. Check into a hotel.
C. Eat in a restaurant.
D. Buy fresh vegetables.
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