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I. Listening Comprehension

Section A

Directions: In Section A, you will hear ten short conversations between two speakers. At the endof each conversation, a question will be asked about what was said. The conversations and thequestions will be spoken only once. After you hear a conversation and the question about it, readthe four possible answers on your paper, and decide which one is the best answer to the questionyou have heard.

1. A. Husband and wife. B. Guests and hostess.

C. Customer and waitress. D. Boss and employee.

2. A. Watch the program on TV. B. Look for cats at the man.

C. Meet the man at the cat exhibition. D. In an office.

3. A. Borrow the typewriter. B. Visit the woman.

C. Go home soon. D. Read the woman’s paper.

4. A. The man. B. Both. C. The woman. D. Neither.

5. A. The books there are too expansive.

B. She won’t be able to get the book before the class.

C. The textbook she need isn’t in yet.

D. She hopes to get a good deal on some second-hand book.

6. A. Take the bus to the airport. B. Meet the Browns at the airport.

C. Make a phone call to the Browns. D. Accompany the Browns to the airport.

7. A. The man will have a test

B. The man will probably go to the movie.

C. The man will have to sit for a exam.

D. The woman wishes she could go to the class with the man.

8. A. The result hasn’t come yet.

B. The results were checked again last night

C. The woman needs another test tomorrow.

D. The doctor hasn’t come back from the lab.

9. A.Most neighbors are as noisy as the woman.

B. Talking to the neighbors politely might be the best way.

C. He’d like to know why the woman is angry.

D. The woman is too polite for her neighbors

10. A. He needs to but another umbrella. B. It will rain much later in the week.

C. It will probably rain tomorrow D. The weather forecast almost never agree.

Section B

Directions: In Section B, you will hear two short passages, and you will be asked three questionson each of the passages. The passages will be read twice, but the questions will be spoken onlyonce. When you hear a question, read the four possible answers on your paper and decide whichone would be the best answer to the question you have heard.Questions 11 through 13 are based on the following passage.

11. A. They used to be unable to listen to public debates.

B. They were more patient and sociable than people now.

C. They learned from political speeches.

D. They used to think in terms of a printed text.

12. A. It makes people get ideas from images, not from written words

B. It has made the public less interested in politics

C. The quality of television programming has declined

D. Political programs on TV are too complex

13. A. The environmental effects of consumerism

B. How consumer culture has made people unreasonable

C. How television has affected people’s thinking ability

D. Television’s damage to the environment

Questions 14 through 17 are based on the following passage.

14. A. Some children already know how to do it

B. Some children find it more enjoyable than they expected to

C. Some children refuse to take part

D. Some children prefer to swim or play the table-tennis

15. A. They seem grateful to their experience here

B. They complain if they cannot phone their parents

C. They miss meal times with their parents

D. The youngest ones find it hard to be away from home

16. A. They should visit their children instead of phoning them

B. They shouldn’t allow their children to bring phones to camps

C. They don’t need to keep phoning the camp

D. They need to be reminded to phone their children

Questions 17 through 20 are based on the following conversation.

17. A. Five years B. Three years C. Four years D. Six years

18. A. The person who has the strong will

B. The person who has attended the adult school

C. The person who can work at computers quickly after a two-day training

D. The person who can pass the test of arithmetic

19. A. The man’s education B. A new chance for everyone to be promoted

C. The man’s pay raise D. A career promotion for the man

20. A. The man is eager to attend the training

B. The person is not very interested in this chance for promotion

C. The man has been training for computer work since last year

D. The man is not confident in his chance to be promoted to the Grade 7

II. Grammar and Vocabulary

Section A

Directions: After reading the passage below, fill in the blanks to make the passage coherent andgrammatically correct. For the blanks with a given word, fill in each blank with the proper form ofthe given word; for the other blanks, use one word that best fits each blank.

My life on an Island

we live on the island of Hale. it's about four kilometers long and two kilometers wide at itsbroadest point, and it is joined to the mainland by a causeway (21) _______(call) Stand---a narrowroad built across the mouth of the river (22) ________ separates us from the rest of the country.Most of the time you wouldn’t know we are on an island because the river mouth between us andthe mainland is just a vast stretch of tall grasses and brown mud. But when there is high tide andthe water rises a half meter or so above the road and nothing can pass (23) _________the tide goesout again a few hours later, then you know it’s an island.

We were on our way back (24) _________ the mainland. My older brother, Dominic, hadjust finished his first in university in a town 150km away. Dominic’s train was due in at five andhe’d asked for a lift back from the station. Now, Dad normally hates being disturbed when he (25)__________ (write) (which is just about all the time), and he also hates having to go anywhere,but despite the typical sighs and moans --- why can’t he get a taxi? What’s wrong with the bus?----I could tell by the flash in the eyes that he was really looking forward to (26) ________ (see)Dominic.

So, anyway, Dad and I had driven to the mainland and picked up Dominic from the station.He had been talking non-stop from the moment he’d get into the car. University this, universitythat, writers, books, parties, people, money…….. I didn’t like the way he spoke and waved hishands around (27) ________ ____________he was some kind of scholar or something. It wasembarrassing. It made me feel uncomfortable----that kind of discomfort you feel when someoneyou like, someone close to you, suddenly starts acting like a complete idiot. And I didn’t like theway he was ignoring me, either. For all the attention I was getting I (28) _________ as well nothave been there. I felt a stranger.

We were about half across when I saw a boy. My first thought was how odd it was (29)_________(see) someone walking on the Strand. You don’t often see people walking around there.As we drew (30) _______(close) , he became clearer. He was actually a young man rather than aboy.

Section B

Directions: Fill in each blank with a proper word chosen from the box. Each word can be usedonly once. Note that there is one word more than you need.

A. resistant B. concentrating C. recognition D. resembling E. essential F. distinct

G. revealed H. approach I. appreciate J. creativity K. viewed

In recent years, there has been a growing emphasis on developing stronger science,technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) curriculum(课程) and programs, as thesediscipline are widely ___31____ as the means to help innovation and support national economies.

This trend reflects a shift in how school discipline are being looked at; schools are____32____ on subject that have traditionally been isolated from each other -----science,mathematics, and art --- in favor of deeper, interdisciplinary learning. K-12 education leaders arepioneering new methods for combing the arts with STEMS activities, ____33____ the ways inwhich subjects naturally connect in the real world. While this new movement is being discussedalmost clearly and directly in an education context, its roots are planted across nearly everyindustry. In many ways, technology is the connective tissue. Similarly, engineering newtransportation technologies requires artful design. The growing ___34____ of the importantunions between different skills is paving that way for STEAM in schools.

Some doubts of this movement have dismissed_____35_____ as a mere fashion driven byartists who are concerned their profession is losing critical support in an increasinglytechnology-focused society. However, the Hilburn Academy argues that STEAM is not just acontemporary program of learning, but an important life philosophy----____36_____ for highereducation and career success. Schools should provide students plentiful opportunities____37_____the complexities and complicated layers that indicate concrete knowledge. Earlyexamples of STEAM learning include teaching students how mathematical concepts such asgeometry(几何学) are rooted in artworks.

While the rise of STEAM learning is relatively new, there are already figures that prove theintegration of these seemingly ____38_____ disciplines is supporting student performance atschool. A study conducted by the University of Florida _____39_____ that students who areengaged in music class do better in math. For example, female high school students enrolled inmusic appreciation class scored 42points higher on the math section of their SATs. Formalexperience with the arts is proven to cultivate innovative thinking, adaptability and other problem-solving skills that are necessary for mastering STEM abilities. in other words, _____40______ is apioneer for students to understand, use, and apply technologies in new ways.

III. Reading Comprehension

Section A

Directions: ForeachblankinthefollowingpassagetherearefourwordsorphrasesmarkedA, B, CandD.Fillin each blank with the word or phrase that best fits the context.

Anxiety disorders-- defined by extreme fear, restlessness, and muscle tension --arecarefully considering, disabling, and can increase the risk for _____41_____and self-murder.They are some of the most common mental health conditions around the world,_____42_____around four out of every 100 people and costing the health care system and jobemployers over US $42billion each year.

People with anxiety are more likely to miss days from work and areless____43_____.Young people with anxiety are also less likely to enter school and completeit--leading to fewer life____44____.Even though this evidence points to anxiety disorders as beingimportant mental health issues, insufficient _____45_____is being given to them by researchers,clinicians, and policy makers. My team and I at the University of Cambridge wanted to find outwho is most affected by anxiety disorders.

To do this, we conducted a systematic ____46____of studies that reported on theproportion of people with anxiety in a variety of contexts around the world, used accurate methodsto keep the highest quality studies.

Our results showed women are almost twice as likely to _____47____anxiety as men, andpeople living in Europe and North America are disproportionately affected.So why are women more____48____?

It could be because of differences in brain chemistry and hormone(荷尔蒙)variations.Reproductive events across a woman’s life are_____49_____with hormonal changes, which havebeen linked to anxiety. The rise in oestrogens(雌激素) that occurs during pregnancy can____50_____ the risk for uncontrollable disorder.

This is _____51____ by disturbing and repetitive thoughts, impulses and addictions thatare upsetting and less effective. But in addition to biological mechanisms, women and men seemto experience and react to events in their life _____52___. Women when faced with stressfulsituations, women and men which can increase their anxiety. Also , when faced with stressfulsituations ,women and men tend to use different coping ____53_____.Women faced with lifestressors are more likely to think about them seriously,which can increase their anxiety ,___54____men engage more in active, problem-focused coping.Other studies suggest that women are more likely to ____55____physical and mental mistreatmentthan men, and this behavior has been linked to the development of anxiety disorders.

41 A. symptom B. depression C. misery D. frightening

42 A. infecting B. stimulating C. capturing D. affecting

43 A. productive B.progressive C. positive D. Passive

44 A.adventures B.insurances C.chances D.programs

45 A. conclusion B.attention C. solution D.contribution

46 A.ignorance B.outlook C.discovery D.review

47 A.suffer from B. deal with C. fight against D. result from

48 A.superior B.inferior C.probable D.enormous

49 A.interacted B.associated C.disconnected D.inherited

50 A.challenge B. decline C. eliminate D. increase

51 A. characterized B. confused C.performed D.offended

52 A.equally B.similarly C.differently D.terribly

53 A.shortcuts B.strategies C. standards D. samples

54 A.because B. unless C. if D.while

55 A.experience B.respond C.ignore D.persist

Section B

Directions: Read the following three passages. Each passage is followed by several questions orunfinished statements. For each of them there are four choices marked A, B, C and D. Choose theone that fits best according to the information given in the passage you have read.


It dawned on me recently that I was the only one in my family who doesn’t benefit fromhaving a mother in the house.

This was not the only case for me, but for a large number of fellow countrymen, includingone friend who felt so bad one night that she got out of her bed and cleaned her house in case themedical examiner had to come. (He didn’t)

“I want my mommy” indeed could be read throughout the cold, snowy descriptions ofwinter’s Facebook, where many middle-aged women are known to go for comfort.

This translates as: “I want a constant supply of homemade soup without asking for it.”

Also: “I want someone who put her hand on my forehead and know within a degree whatmy temperature is.”

More than anything, the desire for mommy translates into a longing for selfless constancy,for the all-knowing, all-knowing mother with a cold cloth in her hand, who never leaves the besideexcept to go to the bathroom.

The image of a mother nurse at the sick bed- think Gone With the Wind’s Melanie in theCivil War hospitals- is one of a perfect, warmhearted wisdom soldier’s holy person and medicinewoman, a la Joan of Acr, Mother Teresa and Pocahontas rolled into one. She is a supernaturalbeing who knows, without the help of Google, when her patient should go to the doctor and whenshe should stay in bed, which illness needs a warm bath and which needs a warm shower……

Now, to be fair, let me say that my good friend made soup for me-twice-while I was ill. Mygoddaughter, a nurse practitioner, texted every day, several times a day, from several states away.My husband often came home from work in the middle of the day to check on me. One night,which so happened to be an outlet celebration, when I was at my most miserable and convinced itwas time for the emergency room, my family gathered on the bed with red beans and rice.

There’s nothing quite like a mother in situations like these. Literature knows it. Historyknows it. Even current studies show that mothers are still 10 times more likely than their husbandsto leave work to tend to sick children and five times more likely to take the sick child to the doctor,says the Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation.

Alas, there is no mother in the house for me- unless you count the mama cat. And she’smore like a child than a mother these days, continuously circling my sick bed, meowing for foodwhile I suffer in pile of cough drop wrappers.

There is hope: I asked my primary care provider, who is a woman and a mother, at my officevisit midway through my illness, if she would be my mommy.

She threw her head back and laughed.

56. What does the underlined word “She” refer to in Paragraph7?

A. Melaine

B. Ia Joan of Arc

C. Mother Teresa

D. Pocahontas

57. We can conclude from the writer, Mother can possibly do the followingEXCEPT________________.put you to trouble?

A. Supplying homemade soup regularly without asking for it

B. Diagnosing whether her child runs a high fever with her hand

C. Offering her children a helping hand when necessary

D. Never leaving her husband’s bedside except going to the bathroom

58. The writer mentions her friend, daughter and husband, which implies that________________.

A. her husband has much less experience than her husband in looking after patients.

B. her husband comforted her much less than her daughter.

C. though they looked after her well, they couldn’t replace the role of Mother.

D. compared with literature, history and current studies, they have done better.

59. As a whole, this passage suggests the writer_______________________.

A. misses her dead mother

B. hopes to get comfort and care from her husband

C. blames her mother for being out

D. needs her mother’s help with housework


Read the following tips given by the different consultants.

60. It can be concluded from the passage that the consultants intend to helpgraduates___________________.

A. figure out a qualified consultant

B. work out the mismatch

C. start out on their career path


A university degree is no guarantee of a job, and job hunting in itself requires a whole set ofskills. If you find you are not getting past the first university, ask yourself what is happening.Is it a failure to communicate or are there some skills you lack? Once you see patternsemerging it will help you decides whether the gaps you have identified could be filledrelatively easily. If you cannot work out what the mismatch is, get back to the selection boardwith more examining questions, and find out what you need to do to bring yourself up to thelevel of qualification that would make you attractive to them: but be careful to make thissound like genuine request rather than a challenge or complaint.


Do not be too dispirited if you are turned down for a job, but think about the reasons theemployers give. They often say it is because others are ‘better qualified’, but they use the termloosely. Those who made the second interview might have been studying the same subject asyou and be of similar ability level, but they had something that made them closer match to theselector’s ideal. That could be experience gained through projects or vacation work, or itmight be that they were better at communicating what they could offer. 

Do not take thecomments at face value: think back to the interviews that generated them and make a list ofwhere you think the shortfall in your performance lies. With this sort of analytical approachyou will eventually get your foot in the doorDeciding how long you should stay in you first job is tough call. Stay too long and futureemployers may question your drive and ambition. Of course, it depends where you aiming.

There can be advantages in moving sideways rather than up, if you want to gain real depth ofknowledge. If you are a graduate, spending five or six years in the same job is not too longprovided that you take full advantage of the experience. However, do not use this as an excusefor indifference. Graduates sometimes fail to take ownership of his careers and take theinitiative.

 It is up to your will to make the most of what’s available within a company, and tomonitor your progress in case you ned to move on. This applies particularly if you are still notsure where your career path liesIt is helpful to think through what kind of experience you need to get your dreams job and it isnot a problem to move around to a certain extent. But I the early stages of your career youneed a definite strategy for reaching your goal, so think about that carefully before deciding tomove on your first job. You must cultivate patience to master any role. There is no guaranteethat you will get adequate training, and research has shown that if you do nor receive properhelp in a new role, it can take 18 months to master it.

D. make out future employers

61. The following statements made by consultants are true EXCEPT____________________.

A. Make sure your approach for information is positive in tone

B. Some information you are given may not give a complete picture

C. You should demonstrate determination to improve your job prospects

D. Keep your initial objective in mind when you are planning to change jobs

62. Who suggests that graduates should stay happy in spite of defeats among the followingconsultants?

A. Alice B. Paul C. Rebecca D. Smith


From winning a complex war to developing a life-saving drug: there are so many things thatcan only be achieved if people work together in harmony. They can then achieve impressiveperformances that also benefit the individual. So, why do colleagues or others so often makethings difficult for another? Experimental research carried out by De Dreu has shown that greedand fear are the basic reasons determining problems with teamwork. “People are afraid that theircontribution will mainly benefit those people who themselves contribute nothing. That’s whypeople hold back and invest in self-protection rather than cooperation.

De Dreu examined the strategies people use to maximize the benefits for themselves and toreduce the risk of being exploited. He conducts experiments where the participants can invest inself-protection or attacks on others, or they can choose to do nothing. When motivated by greed,people seem to invest mainly in self-protection and less in attacks on others. “Fear is almostalways present as a brake on cooperation, but it’s more difficult to predict when greed will cropup.”The puzzle is that fear among rival groups tends to result in people working better together. “Itseems to happen almost automatically, often without it even being discussed.”As Professor of Employment and Organization Psychology at the University of Amsterdam,De Dreu has conducted a lot of research on cooperation within organizations. In Leiden he intendsto approach the subject at higher level of abstraction. “We know a lot about what makes the bestkind of leaders. Now I want to examine what our brain looks like when we are working together. Iam interested in that because cooperating with one another relies on very basic systems that wealso use for other tasks, such as child-raising.”

He intends to use brain scans to look at which neurohormones(神经激素) play a role incooperation, such as the “ hug hormones(荷尔蒙)” oxytocin(催生素). Is more oxytocin producedadministering an amount of this hormones? “This neurobiological approach has only really beenused by psychologists in the past five years, and there are a lot of important research questions thathave to be answered.”

De Dreu draws attention to his multidisciplinary approach. He is also interested in the effectof such “institutions” as religion and legislation because these have an obvious influence on ourbehavior. He will be working together with fellow scientists from other disciplines: sociologists,political scientists, legal specialists, religious experts and also biologists who will be examiningthe behavior of rats, for examples.

De Dreu doesn’t exclude the possibility that he will again be conducting some of hisresearch in organizations. Until then he would welcome any managers would be willing to takepart in his neurobiological research. “I would love it if a lot of managers were willing to havescans while making decisions about their companies. But then they’d have to come in their masses,and that’s not to easy to achieve.”

63. What does the phrase “child-raising” in Paragraph 3 refer to ?

A. One of the basic systems that we work with one another.

B. One of the tasks our human beings need to be finished

C. One of the questions that people have to be answered

D. One of the examples lies in people’s self-protection

64. The experiments conducted by De Dreu imply the following statements Except___________

A. Teamwork happens automatically if panic exists among rival groups.

B. People will invest in self-protection when driven by greed

C. Some basic systems in our brain helps us work eth one another

D. More oxytocin is produced when people maximize the benefits for themselves.

65. It can be inferred from the passage that the De Dreu uses a wide variety of methods toresearch____________________.

A. what our brain looks like

B. why people don’t often cooperate in teamwork

C. how religious and rules work well together

D. how managers react in the scanner

66. Which of the following of the title?

A. Experiments on different people

B. Research on brain scans and role of religion

C. Greed and fear restrict cooperation

D. Hormone influences our behavior

Section C

Directions: Read the following passages. Fill in each blank with a proper sentence given in thebox. Each sentence can be used only once. Note that there are two more sentences than you need.

A. This future may not be what you think

B. Robots can’t successfully imitate doctor’s motions in the operating room

C. Finally, several humans observed as the robotic arm made numerous motions

D. The nursing assistant for your next trip to the hospital will still be human beings

E. They will just allow us to decrease workload and achieve better performances in several tasks

F. His work indicates that humans and robots can effectively cooperate during high-task eventssuch as surgeries

Your next nurse could be a robot

Dr. De Momi, of the Politecnico di Milano(Italy), led an international team that trained arobot to imitate natural human actions. (67)___________________Over time this should lead toimprovements in safety during surgeries because unlike their human counterparts robots do nottire and can complete an endless series of precise movements. The goal is not to remove skill fromthe operating room, but to complete it with a robot’s particular skills and benefits.

“As a roboticist, I am convinced De Momi’s team photographed a human being conductingnumerous reaching motions, in a way similar to handing instruments to a surgeon. These cameracaptures were input into the neural network of robotic arm, which is crucial to controllingmovements. Next a human operator guided the robotic arm in imitating the reaching motions thatthe human subject had initially performed. Although there was not a perfect overlap between therobotic and human actions, they were broadly similar.

(69) ___________________These observers determined whether the actions of the roboticarms were “biologically inspired,” which would indicate that their neural networks had effectivelylearned to imitate human behavior. About 70% of the time this is exactly what the humanobservers concluded.

These results are promising, although further research is necessary to confirm or refine DeMomi’s conclusions. If robotic arms can indeed imitate human behavior, it would be necessary tobuild conditions in which humans and robots can operate effectively in high stress environmentslike operating rooms. (70)_________________________ De Momi’s work is part of the growingfield of healthcare robotics, which has potential to change the way we receive health care soonerrather than later.

IV. Summary Writing

Directions: Read the following passage. Summarize the main idea and the main point(s) of thepassage in no more than 60 words. Use your own words as far as possible.

A good story encourages us to turn the next page and read more. We want to find out whathappens next and what the main characters do and what they say to each other. We may feelexcited, sad, afraid, angry or really happy. This is because the experience of reading or listening toa story is much more likely to make us 'feel' that we are part of the story, too. Just like in our 'real'lives, we might love or hate different characters in the story. Perhaps we recognize ourselves orothers in some of them. Perhaps we have similar problems.

Because of this natural empathy with the characters, our brains process the reading ofstories differently from the way we read factual information. Our brains don't always recognizethe difference between an imagined situation and a real one so the characters become 'alive' to us.What they say and do is therefore more meaningful. This is why the words and structures thatrelate a story's events, descriptions and conversations are processed in this deeper way.

In fact, cultures all around the world have always used storytelling to pass knowledgefrom one generation to another. Our ancestors understood very well that this was the best way tomake sure our histories and information about how to relate to others and to our world was notonly understood, but remembered too. (Notice that the word 'history' contains the word 'story' –this is not a coincidence!)

Encouraging your child to read or listen to stories should therefore help them to learn asecond language in a way that is not only fun, but memorable.

V. Translation

Directions: Translate the following sentences into English, using the words given in the brackets.

72. 顾客购物时总是注重品牌形象。(focus)

73. 我再也抑制不住看篮球比赛的冲动。(no longer)

74. 这本书备受推崇的原因是它给人以希望和启迪。(…why…)

75. 她的有关个人奋斗的演讲很真诚, 让我们感动得几乎流泪。(…such…that…)

VI. Guided writing

Directions: Write an English composition in 120-150 words according to the instructions givenbelow in Chinese.读书之妙趣, 不仅在于书, 还在于读书的人和事。 请把你读书的趣事写下来, 参加某一英文报征文大赛, 与人分享。 在征文中, 你必须:

1. 回忆与同学或教师或家人的读书生活片段。

2. 简述读书带来的生命愉悦。

2017 年上海宝山区高三英语一模答案:


I. Listening Comprehension

1-5 BADCB 6-10 DCABC 11-13 DAC 14-17 BACA 18-20 CDB

II. Grammar and vocabulary

21 called 22 which 23 until 24 from 25 is writing 26 seeing

27 as if 28 might 29 to see 30closer

31-35 KBDCH 36-40 EIFGJ

III. Reading comprehension


Section B 56-59 ADCB 60-62 CDB 63-66 ADBC

Section C 67-70 FECA

IV. Summary writing

An interesting story motivates/inspires us to read continuously, for it reflects our real lives.Ignoring the unreal factors, we usually feel empathy with the characters and think a lot about thewords and structures related to the story. People all over the world have employed/ usedstorytelling to obtain knowledge and make children’s language learning meaningful andimpressive. (57words)

V. Translation

72. Customers always focus on brand image when shopping.

73. I can no longer resist the impulse to watch the basketball match.

74. The reason why this book is popular is that it gives people hope and inspiration.

75. She made such a honest speech about her personal strivings that we were nearly moved totears.