（考试时间 120 分钟，满分 100 分）
一、听力理解 （共 20 小题，20 分。每小题 1 分） 第一节：听下面八段对话或独白，从各题 A、B、C 三个选项中, 选出能回答问题的最佳答案。每段对话 或独白你将听两遍。 听下面一段对话，回答第 1 题。 1. What's the weather like today? A. Sunny. B. Foggy C. Rainy.
听下面一段对话，回答第 2 题。 2. Which one is the woman?s coffee?
A 听下面一段对话，回答第 3 题。
3. What're the speakers going to visit first? A. Beijing Art Museum. B. Tiananmen Square. C. The National Museum.
听下面一段对话，回答第 4 题至第 5 题。 4. Where did the woman possibly lose her camera? A. In the park. B. In a taxi C. In the supermarket.
5. What does the man probably do? A．A policeman. B．A taxi driver. C．A restaurant waiter.
听下面一段对话，回答第 6 题至第 7 题。 6. What's the woman's problem? A. She is out of a job B. She is overworked C. She has no working experience 7. What's the man's suggestion? A. Doing some jogging B. Doing more teamwork. C. Taking training courses. 听下面一段对话，回答第 8 题至第 10 题。 8. How are the speakers going to Amsterdam? A. By air. B. By train. C. By ship.
9. What does the woman want to do on the way to Amsterdam? A. See more scenery. B. Make more friends. C. Read more books.
10. What's the woman worried about? A. The tickets. B. The luggage. C. The weather.
听下面一段独自，回答第 11 题至第 13 题。 11. What job does the speaker apply for? A. Shop keeper. B. School teacher. C. Camp helper
12. When did the speaker finish school? A. 2 years ago. 13. What club has the speaker been in? A. A dance club B. A book club. C. A tennis club. B. 5years ago. C. 8 years ago.
听下面一段对话，回答第 14 题至第 16 题。 14. What're the speakers talking about? A. A party B. An appointment. C. A customer.
15. When will the speakers see each other? A. On Wednesday. B. On Thursday. C. On Friday.
16. What's the probable relationship between the speakers?
C. A couple.
第二节： 听下面一段对话， 根据题目要求在答题卡相应题号后的横线上写下第 17 题至第 20 题的关键信息。 此段对话你将听两遍。
Message from Kathy Things to do --place --time --appearance to at school at (19) (17) Kathy?s sister (18) a.m. tomorrow (20) dark hair…
average height; slim;
二、单项填空 （共 15 小题，15 分。每小题 1 分） 从各题 A、B、C、D 四个选项中，选出可以填入空白处的最佳答案。 21. This project requires close teamwork. A. Nothing C. Something 22. -How's your new babysitter? -We couldn't ask for A. a good C. the best 23. A. At C. Before 24. If we A. hadn't acted C. won't act 25. A. A; the C. A; a one. All our kids love her so much. B. a best D. a better the past 12 months the company has managed a 10 percent improvement. B. Over D. By to protect the environment now, we'll regret it in the future. B. wouldn't act D. don't act big fire happened yesterday, which was B. The; a D. The; the we were away. great shock to lots of people. can be achieved unless we work well together. B. Anything D. Everything
26. Thank you so much for looking after my dog A. while B. if
D. where me stories till I fell asleep.
27. When I was little, my mother used to sit by my bed, A. having told C. told 28. Since the new speed limits A. have introduced C. have been introduced B. telling D. to tell
, the number of accidents m the area has fallen sharply. B. introduced D. were introduced
29. –Shall I inform him of the change of the schedule right now? -I think you A. need C. may 30. -Oh no! We're too late. The train____. -That's OK. We'll catch the next train. A. was leaving C. has left 31. When was challenging. A. asked C. asking 32. We moved the piano A. so long as C. as far as 33. A. Whoever C. Wherever B. to ask D. being asked there would be room for the Christmas tree. B. so that D. now that wants to go camping this weekend, please raise your hands B. Whenever D. Whatever I would be staying. B. had left D. would leave for his views about his current job, Mike told me the company was excellent, and the work , in case he comes late for the meeting. B. can D. must
34. When I arrived, Bryan took me to see the house A. what C. where 35. It doesn't matter B. when D. which
you pay by cash or credit card in this store
A. how C. what
B. whether D. why
三、完形填空 （共 15 小题，15 分。每小题 1 分） 阅读下面短文，从各题 A、B、C、D 四个选项中，选出可以填入空白处的最佳答案。 One sunny Monday, I decided to go for a walk on the dirt track near my house with my husband. On my finger was a very special ：I'd just picked it up from jeweller's the day before because I'd had it designed to hold a , feeling as
diamond my grandmother gave me for my 23rd birthday. I looked down at my ring as I began my sunny as the day. Imagine my sadness when I looked again at the end of the track and found the started back along the path, looking
was missing. Anxiously, I
the tiny stone. In my heart, I knew how hopeless my search was. , crying and upset, I met an old something?" I explained about the . Tell you nothing, but told
The track was long, stony and covered with leaves. As I searched the gentleman out for a walk. "What's the matter, love?" he asked kindly. "
missing diamond and showed him the hole in my ring. He whistled. "That's going to be hard to what, love, I walk along this track every day. I'll keep my eyes open for it." I thanked him, him my husband often walked our dogs along the path he ever found something.
A few days later, my husband met the old man on the path. "Guess what?" he said. "I found your diamond!" he'd found the tiny stone and was delighted to hand the diamond back to my husband, saying casually, “ I found it-I only have 50 percent vision in one eye.” When my husband offered him money for his have easily kept the diamond, or sold it, as it's worth several thousand
trouble, he refused it. He dollars,
, thanks to this man, I'll spend the rest of my days trying to do something equally significant for about the state of the human race, all I have to do is look at my ring and
another person. And if I'm ever
myself that there are still kind and generous souls out there.
36. A. ring 37. A. work 38. A. diamond
B. glove B. track B. glass
C. pen C. walk C. button
D. key D. talk D. box
39. A. around 40. A. bag 41. A. Bought 42. A. find 43. A. getting 44. A. because 45. A. Hopefully 46. A. Unusual 47. A. would 48. A. but 49. A. excited 50. A. inform
B. after B. ground B. Got B. make B. expecting B. when B. Naturally B. Funny B. could B. and B. serious B. remind
C. at C. room C. Lost C. wear C. explaining C. if C. Unfortunately C. Difficult C. should C. or C. worried C. warn
D. for D. yard D. Held D. break D. asking D. since D. Unbelievably D. Lucky D. must D. so D. crazy D. promise
四、阅读理解 （共 15 小题，30 分。每小题 2 分） 第一节：阅读下面短文，从各题 A、B、C、D 四个选项中选出最佳答案。 A
Viator Travel with an insider What?s so great about Viator in 2015? Traveling like an insider starts here. Rome City Bike Tour Enjoy the best of Rome on a five-hour bike tour with a good guide. Cycle through Rome and discover its beautiful churches and fancy shopping streets. The tour will provide a wonderful view of Rome?s main attraction, plus some squares that are less common among tourists. Duration: 5hours Price: $56.93
Copenhagen Food Tour Explore Copenhagen on a food tour and discover the locals? favorite restaurants with a guide. Food samples(样品) change with the season, but the tour includes enough treats to make a full meal, with foods like organic ice cream, home-brewed beer, rye-bread sandwiches and more. Duration: 2 hours and 30 minutes Price: $120.28
Paris Louvre Museum Tour Make a booking and jump the queue to make the most of your limited time inside the world?s largest museum. View some most famous artworks there, including ?Mona Lisa? and ?Venus de Milo?. After your guided tour, you can stay on if you want to continue exploring the museum. Duration: 3 hours Price: $67.05
Delphi Day Trip from Athens Visit Delphi on this full-day trip from Athens! Traveling with a guide, you?ll explore the home to the Temple of Apollo, and walk around Delphi Archeological Museum. Learn about Greek history while seeing the monuments, and visit the pretty town of Arachova on the way back. Duration: 10 hours Price: $108.85
51. When you take Rome City Bike Tour, you can discover A. small temples B. fine restaurants.
C. famous artworks
D. beautiful churches
52. If you are interested in delicious food, you'll probably follow the tour to A. Rome C. Paris 53. What's the advertisement mainly about? A. Guided tours. C. Famous buildings. B. Fancy shops. D. New restaurants. B. Copenhagen D. Delphi
B Inventions All Around Us Every invention has a story. These stories often have a lesson to teach, too. Here are the stories of some everyday household inventions. Canned Food and the Can Opener-Get It Right! Peter Durand invented canned food in 1810, but there was a problem. Durand didn't have a good way to open the cans. In 1858, Ezra Warner invented a can opener. It used a piece of metal to cut and remove the top from the can, but it was difficult to use. Finally, in 1870, William Lyman added a wheel to the can opener. The metal went around the top of the can and removed it easily. Finally, people were able to open cans without a lot of work. Canned food was soon popular. Frozen Food-A Little Good Luck Can I-Ielp! Clarence Birdseye had the chance to go on a trip to 如 e Arctic. When people there caught fish, they put the fish in a container of ice to freeze it quickly. When people cooked the fish later, it was still good! This gave Birdseye an idea. He thought people could also have this kind of food at home. In 1926, Birdseye invented frozen food. People were able to store food in freezers for a long time. Air Conditioning-One Answer to Two Problems! Printing companies make books, so they use a lot of paper. Sometimes, changes in the weather can hurt the paper. In 1902, Willis Carrier invented air conditioning to control the temperature inside his printing company. This saved the paper. People soon realized other benefits of air conditioning. They started to air condition their homes in the summer. Carrier's invention changed the world! 55. When was canned food invented?
A. In 1810. C. In 1902.
B. In 1870. D. In 1926. .
56. After the trip to the Arctic, Clarence Birdseye invented A. canned food C. frozen food 57. Changes in weather A. helped to keep food C. caused health problems B. can openers D. air conditioning
in Willis Carrier's company. B. hurt printing paper D. made rooms comfortable
58. According to the passage, which of the following may lead to inventions? A. People's needs. C. Modern technology. B. Public support. D. Practical suggestions.
C The idea that a sales team can learn something from Girl Scouts will come as a surprise to many. What has this out-dated organisation got to do with the fast-moving world of today? But in the Girl Scouts' yearly cookie drive, two hundred million units are sold per year, earning over $700 million. And these figures are achieved only in a three-month period in the spring. True, the organisation has changed greatly in recent years. Ever since the appointment of CEO Kathy Cloninger in 2003, this 95-year tradition-bound organisation, famous only for camping, crafts and cookies, has transformed its goal to instilling leadership qualities in the girls, developing new funding opportunities(赞助机会) and creating a well-organised structure. And nowhere are these changes more noticeable than in the yearly cookie sale. No longer relying on neighbourhood door-to-door sales to get the fund, the organisation now uses a wide range of modern methods which businesses worldwide can learn from. Firstly, the Girl Scouts organisation focuses on providing the girls with life skills. Through their work with the girls, the organisation creates a team with strong leadership and communication skills. ?Cookie College? training courses develop the Scouts' business acumen(聪明才智), providing them with presentation, marketing and money management skills. These skills will be extremely useful in their future lives. Through role-playing, case studies and tasks, the girls become inspired about their role as a salesperson.
And the proof of the pudding-or should I say cookie-is in the eating. These well-trained salesgirls can turn out extraordinary results. Scout Markita Andiews sold over 80,000 dollars worth of cookies in the twelve years when she was a Girl Scout. Her success is also due to the reward. By selling the greatest number of cookies, Markita won a trip around the world. Scouts earn reward points as they sell more cookies. 1,500 cookies gets the Scout a Wii game system. But Girl Scouts are not only training and motivating their workforce, they are also changing their methods as well. Gone are the days when girls went door-to-door around the neighbourhood selling to family and friends. They now go in for the bulk sales method-selling in large quantities. They sell to large organisations and businesses. This way, girls are able to shift a greater number of cookies and make the most of their sales time.
59. What was most people's view on Girl Scouts before Cloninger became CEO? A. Impractical. C. Well-organised. 60. The author believes that Girl Scouts A. has gone far beyond its goal B. has reduced the girls' motivation C. has set a good example for businesses D. has had successful production methods 61. What is now the most valued policy of Girl Scouts? A. Applying new fundraising methods. B. Improving the organisational structure. C. Developing the girls' ability for future life. D. Providing working experience for the girls. 62. Which of the following can be the best title for the passage? A. Training in Cookie College B. Girl Scouts Funding Success B. Creative. D. Old-fashioned. .
C. Birth of a Salesperson
D. More Than Just Cookies
第二节：阅读下面短文和问题，根据短文内容和每小题后的具体要求，在答题卡相应题号后的横线上写下 相关信息，完成对该问题的回答。答语要意思清楚，结构正确，书写工整。 Lillian Hanson, a college junior, expects to graduate in about two years. Mrs. Hanson, a rather unusual student, plans to go on to take more courses after she gets her degree. What makes Mrs. Hanson different from most of her classmates? What sets Lillian Hanson apart from the college crowd is her age-73 years. She has been going to college, a few courses at a time, for 27 years. When Mrs. Hanson graduated from high school, she went to her local bank and asked for a loan for college tuition and fees. The banker gave her no encouragement. He didn't think that a country girl should be borrowing money to go to college. He thought she should be home doing work in the house or around the farm. So Mrs. Hanson went home and raised a family of nine children instead of going to college. She still lives with her husband on the farm that has been in the family for five generations. Mrs. Hanson never forgot her dream of getting a higher education. When her children were grown up, she tried again. She finds the hardest part of going back to school at her age to be sitting in class for long periods of time. Because she is not able to move as quickly and easily as she used to be, Mrs. Hanson often gets up and walks around between classes to keep from getting rigid. At the beginning of a course in using the computer, the other students all stood up to give Mrs. Hanson big applause when she introduced herself and explained why she was there and what her goals were. 63. What makes Lillian Hanson different from most of her classmates? (不多于两个单词)
64. What does she find the hardest part of going back to school (不多于七个单词) 65. What kind of person do you think Lillian Hanson is? (不多于三个单词)
五、书面表达 （共 1 小题，20 分） 根据题目所提出的具体要求，在答题卡上写出一篇连贯完整的短文。词数不少于 60。 假如你是李华，你的美国朋友 Jack 将来北京。他对北京历史和文化感兴趣，希望了解在北京参观的相关信 息。请参考下面提供的信息，给他发邮件，推荐某个博物馆（如首都博物馆） ，并提出参观建议。 邮件的开头已为你写好，不计入总次数。
Place to visit:the Captial Museum Location:in the center of Beijing What to do: ?visit the exhibition about history and culture of Beijing ?attend theme speeches ?…
Hi, Jack. I?m so glad you?re coming to Beijing. _________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________
2015 年北京市春季普通高中会考 英语试卷答案及评分参考
一、听力理解 （共 20 小题，20 分。每小题 1 分） 第一节 1. A 6. B 11. C 第二节 17. meet 二、单项填空 21. A 26. A 31. A 18. gate 19. 9:00 20. long 2. C 7. A 12. A 3. C 8. B 13. C 4. B 9. A 14. B 5. A 10. B 15. C 16. A
（共 15 小题，15 分。每小题 1 分） 23. B 28. D 33. A 24. D 29. D 34. C 25. C 30. C 35. B
22. D 27. B 32. B
三、完形填空 36. A 41. C 46. D
（共 15 小题，15 分。每小题 1 分） 38. A 43. B 48. A 39. D 44. C 49. C 40. B 45. D 50. B
37. C 42. A 47. B
四、阅读理解 第一节 51. D
（共 15 小题，30 分。每小题 2 分）
52. B 59. D
53. B 60. C
54. A 61. C
55. A 62. D
第二节 63. Her age. 64. Sitting in class for a long time. 65. Determined and unusual. 五、书面表达 Possible version: Hi, Jack. I?m so glad you?re coming to Beijing. While you are in Beijing, I suggest that you visit the Capital Museum, as I know you are interested in the history and culture of Beijing. The museum is located in the center of （共 1 小题，20 分）
the city. There, you can visit exhibition of old Beijing, family life in the Hutong, and local handicrafts. Besides, theme speeches are available all year round in the museum. There is also a bookstore where you can choose book of your interest. If you decide to go, don?t forget to get a free ticket online. For more information, just hit on http://www.capitalmuseum.org.cn/. I?m sure you will like the Capital Museum. 书面表达评分参考： 1．第一档: (20~18 分) （很好） 完全完成试题规定的任务。运用了多样的句式和丰富的词汇，语法或用词方面有个别错误，但为尽可能表 达丰富的内容所致；体现了较强的语言运用能力。全文结构紧凑，逻辑清楚、合理。 2．第二档: (17~15 分) （好） 完成试题规定的任务。运用的句式和词汇能满足任务要求，语法和用词基本准确，少许错误主要为尽可能 表达丰富的内容所致。使用了简单的语句间连接成分，内容连贯，逻辑清楚、合理。 3．第三档: (14~12 分) （及格） 基本完成试题规定的任务。运用的句式和词汇基本满足任务要求，语法和用词方面有一些错误，但不影响 理解。内容基本连贯，逻辑清楚、合理。 4．第四档: (11~6 分) （较差） 未恰当完成试题规定的任务。所用句式和词汇有限，语法或用词方面的错误影响了对所写内容的理解。信 息未能清楚地传达给读者。 5．第五档: (5~1 分) （差） 未完成试题规定的任务。句式单调，词汇贫乏，语法或用词方面错误较多，严重影响了对所写内容的理解。 信息未能传达给读者。 6．0 分 未能传达任何信息；写的内容与要求无关。 7．书写或标点符号不规范在 4 处以上（含 4 处） ，或字迹潦草，在得分中再扣除 1 分（第四、五档文不扣 此项分数） 。重复错误只扣一次分数。