哈师大附中 2015 年高三第三次模拟考试
英 语 试 卷 参 考 答 案
第一部分 听力 (共两节，满分 30 分) 1-5 BACBA 6-10 BCABA 11-15 CBCAB 16-20 CACAB 36—40 DAGEB
第二部分 阅读理解（共两节，满分 40 分） 21-24 CBC
D 25-28 CAAB 29-31 DDA 第三部分 英语知识运用（共两节，满分 45 分）
第一节 完形填空（共 20 小题；每小题 1.5 分，满分 30 分） 41-45 BCADA 46-50 ABCCD 51-55 DDACB
第 II 卷
第二节语法填空 （共 10 个小题，每小题 1.5 分，满分 15 分）
61. the 62. have rented 65. responsibility /responsibilities 68. demanding 69. must/will
第四部分 写作（共两节，满分 35 分）
63. frankly/to be frank 66. to try/ of doing 70.It
64. for 67.as/though
第一节 短文改错 (共 10 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 10 分) Dear Mr. George, I am Zhang Wei from Peking University, China, which has been admitted as the exchange student in who your universities. I am writing to express my appreciation for your admission, informed you of university informing my acceptance. As is scheduled, I will register on August 31st and began my three-year study on September 1 begin th 2 . I promise I will punctual participate in courses and strictly obey to school rules. I will make punctually drop “to” very effort to prove me to be the excellent student. myself an Thank you again ^ offering me this wonderful opportunity, but if there is anything I need to for and prepare for my future study, please let me know. Sincerely yours, Zhang Wei
第二节 书面表达（满分 25 分）
One possible version: How to Finance College Education These days, tuition and fees for college are much higher than what they used to be. How to finance college education has become a matter of concern for many. It can be well coped with in various ways. First and foremost, students can get all of the money needed from their parents. Besides, it’s a good idea to apply for a
loan especially intended for college students. Furthermore, doing a part-time job will be of great help to cover tuition and fees. Last but not the least, it is also a good choice to win a scholarship by sparing no efforts to work hard. As far as I am concerned, I will accept my parents’ support mostly, thus causing me to concentrate on my courses. Meanwhile, a part-time job in my spare time will add to the diversity and color of my campus-life. Hard work must be good for the value, such as making new friends, improving my social skills and learning practical knowledge.
听力原文 (Text 1) W: I guess I’ll send Mary a postcard from Hawaii when I go there on my vacation. M: I’m sure she’d be glad to get one. She has a collection of cards from all over the world. (Text 2) M: Miss, is there still time for a cup of coffee on this flight? W: Yes, but you’ll have to drink it fast, because we’ll be landing in ten minutes. (Text 3) M: Hi, Miss Jones. Sorry that I failed again in your subject, but I really tried. W: No one succeeds every time. Come on and be happy. You’ll have more chances. M: Thanks a lot. No failure next time. (Text 4) M: Hi, Janet, where were you at lunchtime? I was saving a seat for you in the dining hall. W: Oh, sorry to miss you. My Chinese class ran overtime again. (Text 5) M: Miss Emerson, please look again for those orders from the men’s clothing department. We must find them. W: They’re not with the other orders, sir. They ought to be there, but they’re not. M: I don’t care where they ought to be. Look everywhere. We simply have to find them. W: Yes, sir. (Text 6) W: What are you doing, Bob? M: I’m reading a book about Karl Marx. W: Karl Marx? You are always interested in those political leaders. I don’t like them at all. M: Don’t be so sure, Fanny. Reading such books can help us in many ways. For instance, Karl Marx gave language learners much valuable advice. He asked us not to translate everything into our own language. That’s a problem most of us have. Do you agree with me? W: Is that so? Let me have a look. (Text 7) W: If that man gives me any more letters to type, I’ll scream. He’s given me ten already today and there’ll be more when I get back from coffee break. I’ll be here till midnight. M: Calm down, Branny. He can’t make you stay after five. Finish what you can and leave the rest for Mary. W: But they’re important letters, Joes. They should go out tonight. M: That’s not your worry. If they’re that urgent, he should have given them to you earlier. (Text 8) W: Excuse me. Can you help me? M: Yes? W: I have a ticket to Seattle. How do I get there? M: I can’t help you here. You have to go to the ticket counter. Follow this passage to the end, turn left and go three hundred yards. You’ll see a sign that says, “Check in.” Then look for the airline you want. W: Can you repeat that, please?
M: Sure. Go down this hall till you come to the end. Go left till you see the big sign overhead “Check In”. There’ll be lots of counters for the different airlines. You go to the one where you have your ticket. W: Go down this hall to the end. Then go left? M: That’s right. Here, I’ll draw you a map. Sometimes it’s confusing. W: Thank you. M: My pleasure. (Text 9) M: Since the summer holiday is coming, what are you going to do during such a long holiday? W: I am planning to stay on the farm. M: What will you do over such a long time? W: That must be a busy holiday. There are many things waiting for me to do. M: Tell me what they are. Maybe I can lend you a hand. W: Oh, thanks. If I tell you what I will do, you will never dare say the word “help”. M: Well, come on, let me know what they are. W: In the morning, I am going to work with my father on the farm. I have to drive the cows into the grassland, feed the pigs after getting some food from the fields and then collect the tomatoes in the vegetable garden. In the afternoon I will help my mother in the small shop. You know, the busiest time for the shop is the summer holiday. M: Oh, that’s really too much for you. But it sounds interesting. I’d really like to join you, for you know, my holiday is always boring. I have nothing to do all day long but watch TV. W: That would be nice of you to help me. We can also play chess in the free time. M: Good idea! (Text 10) At 10:05 p.m. on the night of Oct.17th, Susan Long called Farminster Police to report the murder of her father, Roderick Marsham, at Oak Manor, Farminster Road. The officer on duty immediately called me and I arrived at 10:20 p.m. with PC Higgins. Sir Roderick’s body was lying on the floor in his study underneath the wall safe near the door. The safe was open. The French windows were also open but the door was locked. The murderer obviously struck Sir Roderick from behind with a heavy instrument, and Sir Roderick fell forwards, facing the door. The doctor ’s report says the murder took place between 9:15 and 9:30 p.m. I examined the safe. There was no sign of anything missing. There were some legal documents there and three hundred pounds in bank notes. I made a plan of the house, and then interviewed the four people there: Sir Roderick’s son, Mr. James Marsham, his daughter, Susan, and her husband, Mr. Barry Long, and the housekeeper, Mrs. Parker. While I was interviewing them, PC Higgins found the murder weapon beside Farminster Road. It was a heavy sculpture.