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上海交通大学附属中学2023-2024学年度第一学期高三英语摸底试卷 (满分150分，120分钟完成) 第1卷 I.Listening Comprehension(25') Section A Directions:In Section A,you will hear ten short conversations between two speakers.At the end of each conversation,a question will be asked about what was said.The conversations and the questions will be spoken only once.After you hear a conversation and the question about it,read the four possible answers on your paper,and decide which one is the best answer to the question you have heard. 1.A.She earned an award. B.She helped plan the award ceremony. C.She should work more for the community. D.She served as chairperson of the committee. 2.A.Exchange the tickets. B.Take care of his cold. C.Watch the game at home. D.Wear a warmer coat to the game. 3.A.She collects pictures of cars. B.She likes the design of the car. C.Someone famous is riding in the car. D.The car is in front of something interesting. 4.A.She hears a new post office has just opened.B.She doesn't know where the post office is. C.She thinks the post office is nearby. D.She hasn't received any mail yet. 5.A.Get his shower fixed. B.Take a shower at the gym. C.Find out when the gym is open. D.Move to another building. 6.A.Deliver the package in person. B.Pick up the package at the post office. C.Ask to have the package delivered to his home. D.Find out the opening hours of the post office. 7.A.She is difficult to find. B.She is a good doctor. C.She used to be his doctor. D.She is fairly old. 8.A.She needs to buy a new coat. B.Her coat is similar to the man's. C.Her sweater is not warm enough. D.The man should have wom a sweater. 9.A.It hasn't been graded. B.It received a low grade. C.The committee is discussing it. D.The woman hasn't submitted it. 10.A.He recently spent a month in Chicago. B.There are many things to do in Chicago. C.Chicago is an expensive place to have fun. D.He is also going on the trip next month. Section B Direetions:In Section B,you will hear two short passages,and you will be asked to questions on each of the passages.The passages will be read twice,but the questions will be spoken only once. When you hear a question,read the four possible answers on your paper and decide which one would be the best answer to the question you have heard. Questions 1I through 13 are based on the following passage. 11.A.Collect second-hand books. B.Sell old books. C.Work in a supermarket. D.Read books in a supermarket. 12.A.It had the writer's name on it. B.It was partly destroyed. C.It used to belong to her. D.It was more valuable than thought. 13.A.He gave it to the woman for free. B.He burnt it into ashes. C.He signed his own name on it. D.He wrote a story about it. Questions 14 through 16 are based on the following news. 14.A.Shoes made for one particular customer. B.Shoes that take three months to make. C.Shoes designed by soine famous companies. D.Shoes that have been popular for a century. 15.A.They are beginning to make women's shoes. B.They are increasing in number. C.They are old-fashioned. D.They are large enough. 16.A.They bring wearers a great fortune. B.They,together with the wearers,are unique. C.The wearers live in the same way as 100 years ago. D.The wearers like things that can last. Section C Directions:In Section C,you will hear a longer conversation.The conversation will be read twice. After you hear the conversation,you are required to answer the following questions. 17.A.Back-up devices for electricity failure. B.The necessity of electricity in daily life. C.Tips for a safe electricity supply. D.Electricity supply on aero-planes. 18.A.20 percent. B.13 percent. C.5 percent. D.3 percent. 19.A.It must be reliable and supplied at a constant speed. B.It must be able to repair itself in case of any failure. C.It must vary in rate according to how fast a plane flies. D.It must be equal to the amount of electricity consumed by 15 homes. 20.A.Charge on-board batteries. B.Keep vital systems working. C.Deliver 50 kilowatts of power. D.Provide on-board patients with help. II.Grammar and Vocabulary Section A Grammar Directions:After reading the passage below,fill in the blanks to make the passage coherent and grammatically correct.For the blanks with a given word,fill in each blank with the proper form of the given word；for the other blanks,use one word that best fits each blank. (A) Behaviour contracts for teenagers The conflict between you and your son or daughter is a problem,maybe it's time you thought about setting up a home rules contract:This is an idea that's being used more and more often, especially in families with rebellious teenage children.We interviewed Dr Amy Barker,a psychologist,who is in favour of the idea. What is a home rules contract? Dr Barker:It's a formal agreement about the rules of behavior that teenagers 21 (expect)to follow at home.It should state clearly what the rules are,what privileges the teens will get if they obey the rules and what punishments will follow if they don't.The contract is signed by everyone 22 (involve),just like a legal document. Who 23 23write the contract? Dr Barker:All the adults who have a parental role should be engaged.It's important that they all agree and stick to the rules themselves.At the same time,the teenagers should also contribute their ideas. 24 they take part in making the rules,they'll be more likely to follow them.The final contract should be the result of discussion, 25 (respect)everyone's point of view,and all the people who have signed should get a copy. What are the advantages of a contract? Dr Barker:It makes it very clear to teens what they are and aren't allowed 26 (do), and they can see what the consequences of their actions will be.So they learn to control their behaviour.For parents,the contract strengthens their authority and helps them to be fair and reliable. What areas should be covered in a contract? Dr Barker:That depends.You can't make rules for everything,so you have to decide what's most important and 27 the main problems lie.Common topics include the hours 28 teenagers ought to be home,the spending money they receive,the housework they need to do at home and their use of phones or networking sites.For older teens,rules about driving a car may also be important. Do contracts solve 29 Dr Barker:No,of course not!There will always be conflicts and disagreements 30 people in a family.But a contract that everyone respects can help to keep the peace.