2010年上海高考英语听力试题,word试题下载及mp3在线收听

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1.
W: Excuse me, I received this electric tooth brush as a gift, and I'd like to return it as I already have one.
M: Sorry, you can only exchange it for something else of equal value.
Q: What is probably the man?
2.
M: Be quite, I am trying to watch a football team in the world cup.
W: So what's going on ? What's the score?
Q: What are the speakers talking about?
3.
M: Excuse me, could you tell me where the pencil boxes are, please?
W: Yes, they are on the next floor, the stationary department.
Q: Where does the conversation most probably take place?
4.
W: Do you get up at 5:00 every morning?
M: Yes, and I need 7 hours sleep, I should go to bed by 9:00 or 10:00.
Q: How much sleep does the man need?
5.
M: Have you heard about Tim? He had to be rush to the emergency room.
W: Really? I hope it's not too serious.
Q: What can be inferred from the conversation?
6.
M: I thought we could all go to France this year.
W: Oh, dad, I am 18 now, I am too old for family holidays.
Q: What does the woman mean?
7.
M: Did it cost very much to stay overnight at the hotel?
W: More than you would believe.
Q: What does the woman mean?
8.
M: Do you fancy an ice cream?
W: What? You want an ice cream, now?
Q: What is implied in the woman's reply?
9.
M: Oh, this is so annoying, where on earth did I put my car keys?
W: You never learn your lessons.
Q: What does the woman mean?
10.
M: I don't know if Steve likes the apartment or not?
W: He said he liked it, but then he didn't want to sign the contract.
Q: What can be concluded about Steve?
11-13.
I am going to tell you about a sport. Capera,capera came from Brazil, where was started by the African slaves. They used it for entertainment and also to fight against their white masters. It is a kind of Kung Fu, which is also like a dance. You need to be very fit and strong , and you should have a good control of your body. You often have to use your hands to balance. Everyone sits around in a circle, singing and playing music, and two people fight in the center, to fight the other person, you kick with your feet. But nowadays, there is no contact. As soon as you see the other's hand or foot coming towards you, you have to move away quickly. You must be careful the other person doesn't kick you. If the other person kicks you, then you lose.
I've been doing Caporal for three years, I've improved a lot since I first started, and now I wear a green belt. In the future, I woould like to become a trainer and teach other people about this beautiful sport.

Q11: Who first started Caporal?
Q12: What is required if a man wants to do Caporal?
Q13: When can a man be judged to lose in Caporal?
14-16.
As a hotel manager, I have to walk around and smile all the time. Every day, I arrive at the hotel at 7:30 am. Before I prepare for the daily operational meeting, I first review the night manager's reports and catch up on the emails that come through overnight. Then I check on breakfast, and walk through the restaurant to say hello to the guests.
At 9:00 am, there is the daily operational meeting, where staff report on what has happened the night before and what needs to be careful. At 9:45, I am very visible, and always around the hotel meeting and greeting staff. I have to keep an eye on what is going on, everything from the temperature, the shower to the variety of food. And we have to bear in mind cultural differences, for example, the Japanese want a running bath, and the Americans are fine just with a shower.
At 1:00 pm, I always eat with a different member of staff as this is a valuable way of finding out what is going on.
From 2:00 pm to 7:00 pm, there are different meetings concerning all the aspects of hotel operation. I tried to get through all the work by 7:00 pm.
Q14: What does the speaker do first after arriving at the hotel?
Q15: Which of the following details shows the speakers concern about cultural differences?
Q16: What does the passage mainly tell us?
17-20.
W:Next patient, please!
M: Morning, doctor.
W: It's Mr. Gerald, isn't it?
M: That's right!
W: Is that G-e-r-a-l-d?
M: Yes, it is.
W: Right, now what seems to be the trouble?
M: Well, I've had this awful flu and terrible cough.
W: I see, how long have you been feeling like this?
M: Oh, about 3 or 4 days, I suppose.
W: Have you had a temperature?
M: It's normal.
W: Ok, I will just give you some cough mixture. Take one spoon for every four hours for the next five days.
M: Ok, doctor.
21-24.
M: I don't know what to read, can you recommend anything?
W: Hum, have you read a book by John Wyndham, callede Web? I've just finished it.
M: No, I haven't. What sort of book is it?
Well, you know John Wyndham writes science fiction stories. This one is a novel set on a Pacific island.
M: What's it about then?
W: Well, the main characters are a man and a woman, who join in a group of people hoping to start the perfect society.
M: I see. And do they succeed?
W: No. It turns out that the island they go to is full of huge spiders. They are determined to destroy everything there, including any people who come. But I won't tell you what happens next, or you won't want to read it.
M: Ok. I'll have a try. Thanks.

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