2020高考听力真题(山东第二次)

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试题

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。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.£9.18. C. £9.15.
答案是C。

  1. What can we know about the bike?
    A. It was a birthday gift.
    B. It was bought by the man.
    C. It was new and in good condition.
  2. What will Jimmy do before going to bed?
    A. Set an alarm.
    B. Do some reading.
    C. Chat with friends.
  3. What does the woman like doing?
    A . Working as a teacher.
    B. Working as a lawyer.
    C . Working as a headmaster.
  4. 4.Who will help the woman?
    A.Jack.
    B.Sarah.
    C.Her husband.
  5. How does the man find the woman’s apology?
    A.Annoying.
    B.Embarrassing.
    C.Understandable

    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. Why does the man make an appointment?
    A. To get regular guidance.
    B. To solve a disturbing problem.
    C. To have a physical examination.
  7. When will the speakers meet?
    A.On Wednesday.
    B.On Monday.
    C.On Thursday.

    听第7段材料,回答第8、9题。
  8. What color of tie should the man choose?
    A.Red.
    B.Blue.
    C.Black.
  9. What are the speakers mainly talking about?
    A. What to dress for a fashion show.
    B. Which color of tie to choose.
    C. How to pass an interview.

    听第8段材料,回答第10至12题。
  10. What did Mike do?
    A. He threw some bread away.
    B. He finished a big bread.
    C. He packaged the rest of the bread.
  11. Which contribute most to the food waste?
    A. Restaurants.
    B. Households.
    C. Canteens.
  12. What can we know about the campaign?
    A. It was tough.
    B. It was interesting.
    C. It was successful.

    听第9段材料,回答第13至16题。
  13. Why is the woman calling?
    A. To get her flat repaired.
    B. To get her flat painted.
    C. To get her flat rented.
  14. How did the woman get in touch with the man?
    A. By a friend.
    B. By an advertisement.
    C. By the Internet.
  15. Where does the woman live?
    A. At 39 West Park.
    B. At Church Hill, Arnside.
    C. By the side of the city library.
  16. What’s the relationship between the speakers?
    A.Friends.
    B.Strangers.
    C.Roommates.

    听第10段材料,回答第17至20题。
  17. Who is the speaker?
    A. A guide.
    B. A teacher.
    C. A graduate.
  18. What does the speaker think of her job?
    A. Easy.
    B. Challenging.
    C. Interesting.
  19. What matters most to the speaker?
    A. Family.
    B. Career.
    C. Business.
  20. How does the speaker feel about the future?
    A. Optimistic.
    B. Concerned.
    C. Indifferent.

听力原文

Text 1
W: Nice bike! When did you get it?
M: My brother gave it to me as a birthday gift last month. It’s a second-hand bike, but it’s in good condition.

Text 2
W: Don’t stay up too late chatting with friends, Jimmy. You have to go to school early in the morning.
M: Okay. I’m done chatting, but I have a couple of chapters to read before bed.

Text 3
M: What would you want to do if you were not working as a lawyer?
W: I don’t know. Teaching, probably. I like to work with kids.
M: Me too.

Text 4
M: Aunt Lucy, can’t we at least give you a hand with the kitchen? It’s a lot of work for one person.
W: That’s very kind of you, Jack. But I’ve hired a girl called Sarah. She’s coming soon and will do most of the work.

Text 5
W: I’m so sorry I shouted at you yesterday. I feel awful.
M: It’s all right. I know you’ve been under a lot of pressure lately.

Text 6
M: Hello, this is Richard Brown. I’d like to make an appointment to see Doctor Ross.
W: Certainly. What seems to be the problem?
M: Well, I’d like to have my regular medical examination.
W: Fine. Now, it’s Monday today. When would you be available to come in to see Doctor Ross?
M: Any day next week in the morning would be great.
W: How about next Wednesday or Thursday at ten o’clock?
M: Next Thursday sounds fine to me.
W: Okay, we’ll see you next Thursday, Mr. Brown. Goodbye.

Text 7
M: I’m going on Thompson’s show. How do I look?
W: Your red tie…
M: What’s wrong with it?
W: Well, red was the color of last year. Now it’s light blue. Fashion experts say the light color makes a man look confident and worthy of trust.
M: But I like red.
W: I know, but you’d better follow the fashion as you are having an interview on TV.

Text 8
W: Mike, did you just throw the rest of that bread away?
M: Yeah. It was quite a big one, and I couldn’t finish it.
W: You know you shouldn’t waste food. Do you know how much of the world’s food is wasted each year?
M: Uh… I don’t know.
W: The figure is 1.3 billion tons of food, which is enough to feed a billion hungry people. Where do you think all this food waste comes from?
M: Well, restaurants, I imagine.
W: No. Restaurants do not contribute most to food waste. In Europe, 53% of food waste comes from households, which amounts to about 88 million tons of food waste a year.
M: Wow. I can’t even believe it.
W: A high school student in America has started a campaign on the social media, persuading people to stop wasting food. Up to now, the food waste has been reduced by 25% in her city.

Text 9
M: Atherton Brothers.
W: Good morning. Is that Mr. Bill Atherton?
M: Speaking. How can I help?
W: My flat needs painting, and I wonder whether you’d be able to do the work.
M: I’m sure we’d be able to help. But let me take down a few details.
W: Yes, of course.
M: Well, firstly, how did you hear about us? From our advertisement?
W: Not really. It was my friend May Wilson. You did some excellent work for her last year.
M: Oh yes. That was in Church Hill, Arnside. Lovely lady!
W: Yes, she is.
M: And what’s your name and phone number, please?
W: It’s Hillary Pemberton. And my number is 8799-1130.
M: Right. And do you live in Church Hill, Arnside as well?
W: No, actually, it’s 39 West Park, Flat 5.
M: Oh, right. It’s over the road I seem to remember. Quite difficult to get to.
W: Yes, it’s at the back of the city library.
M: So, I’ll come to your flat at about ten in the morning tomorrow if it’s okay with you.
W: Excellent. I’ll be waiting for you then. See you tomorrow morning.
M: Goodbye.

Text 10
W: Thank Mr. Williams for inviting me back. I’d love to share with you my life experiences after graduation. Well, I graduated from here in 2001. When I was thrown into the job market, finding a job was not difficult. Most of my classmates found good jobs in big cities. If I were born a decade later, things might have been totally different. I finally accepted a job with my current employer, and now work as a translator. I won’t say my job is not demanding. Sometimes I’m kept very busy working late into the night. And I also have to travel to other cities to attend some conferences several times a year. But I must admit, I’m happy with what I’m doing, which is related to what I learned at university. That’s why I haven’t changed jobs for the last decade and a half. In recent years, I have been thinking about trying other things, such as running a coffee shop or a bookstore. But I haven’t really set out to do that because any decision I make might create challenges for my family. I got married five years after I left college. For me, family comes first. Today, you college students are facing a totally different time from what we were presented with ten years ago. Obviously, there are difficulties, but chances exist, and you’ll have hope of leading a successful life.

答案

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6-10 CCBBA
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