2019-2020特快专递2期听力第七模拟

2019-2020特快专递2期听力第七模拟

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这是2020年金考卷特快专递第2期第七模拟英语科的听力部分,该部分分为第一、第二两节。  听力考试正式开始。
请看听力部分第一节。
第一节
听下面5段对话。每段对话后有一个小题,从题中所给的三个选项中选出最佳选项。听完每段对话后,你都有10秒钟的时间来回答有关小题和阅读下一小题。每段对话仅读一遍。
现在你有5秒钟的时间阅读第1小题的有关内容。
Text 1
M: Would you like me to take those suitcases for you, madam? I can  take  them up to your room for you while you check in.
W: Thank you. That would be great. Here's $5 for your trouble.
Text 2
W: Your office looks good. You must have a good system for organizing everything. My office looks like something exploded inside it.
M: I put a new shelf in the corner for all my files. It makes a big difference.
Text 3
M: You need to eat. You didn't eat this morning, and you've been in bed all day. Let me make you some soup.
W: It's okay, really. You don't have to stay with me. Go back to work, and I'll just get  some food delivered.
Text 4
M: Excuse me, could you tell me when the next train to London leaves?
W: Well, trains to London leave every three hours. You just missed the 8:30 train by 10 minutes, I'm afraid.
Text 5
M: How many more do you need? There are people waiting in line, you know...
W: Just one more, OK? I want you to stand in front of the statue and put  your  arm around your sister. Ready? One, two, three...
第一节到此结束。
第二节
    听下面5段对话或独白。每段对话或独白后有几个小题,从题中所给的A、B、C三个选项中选出最佳选项,并标在试卷的相应位置。听每段对话或独白前,你将有时间阅读各个小题,每小题5秒钟;听完后,各小题将给出5秒钟的作答时间。每段对话或独白读两遍。
听下面一段对话,回答第6至第7两个小题。现在你有10秒钟的时间阅读这两个小题。
Text 6
M: Thanks for helping me out, Elizabeth. My parents said I have to get this done before they get home.
W: No problem, Dave. I'm happy to help. What do you want me to do?
M: First, I need you to bring me a towel. There is one behind the door.
W: OK... Now what?
M: I'll wash the windows and the wheels, and you clean everything on the inside of the car. Make sure you look under the seats.
W: Wow! There is a lot of garbage back here. I wonder what it looks like under your  bed!
M: Trust me; you don't want to know...
听下面一段对话,回答第8至第10三个小题。现在你有15秒钟的时间阅读这三个小题。
Text 7
W: So, how did you do on your English final, Raymond?
M: I was happily surprised, actually. I had thought I was going to do much worse. What about you?
W: Nothing special, really. I got the grade I had thought I would get.  I guess that's a good thing. Were you able to finish the entire test?
M: Everything but the last section. It was the section about the novel we read.
W: That's too bad. I did those questions first because  they were the longest. I had trouble with the grammar section, though.
M: Me, too. I admit that I guessed some of the answers when I was running out of time. Luckily, I did really well on the poetry section.
W:  Me, too!
M: I just have one more exam after lunch, and then I'm finished. Next week will be so easy.
W: You're lucky. I have one at ten o'clock tomorrow morning. I'll be studying all night for it.
M: Well, good luck!
听下面一段对话,回答第11至第13三个小题。现在你有15秒钟的时间阅读这三个小题。
Text 8
M: That's strange. I didn't get a straw with my drink.
W: They don't use straws anymore here.
M: Starbucks is doing that, too, right?
W: That's correct. By 2020, all plastic straws will be removed from their coffee shops. I'm never going to use a straw again. They end up in our oceans.
M: I know. I've seen pictures of ducks with straws in their throats.
W: I just saw the saddest video. A turtle had a plastic straw stuck in its nose. It makes me feel terrible to think I may have contributed to that. Scientists believe that by 2050, there will be more plastics in the ocean than fish.
M: Wow!
W: And we throw away 50% of the plastics immediately. It's so silly.
M: So, what should we do?
W: People can switch to steel straws. You can clean them and use them again. M: That will make a lot of people mad at first.
W: It's better than killing the fish in our oceans. After we eat, I'll take you to a gift shop where they sell recycled products. It's just around the corner from this restaurant.
M: Great!
听下面一段对话,回答第14至第17四个小题。现在你有20秒钟的时间阅读这四个小题。
Text 9
W: I've seen you hanging around with the horses a lot lately. Are you here to just look at them, or is there anything else you're interested in?
M: Actually, I'd like to help take care of them. Do you have any work I could do?
W: How much experience do you have with horses?
M: Well, my grandfather owned a farm while I was growing up. I learned how to take care of all the farm animals, including horses. They were my favorites, so I spent most of my time with them when I visited my grandparents each summer.
W: Sounds like you know a lot. Did you learn how to wash and brush them?
M: Yes. My uncle Dan taught me everything. He was in charge of the animals. I even learned how to make the horses put shoes on.
W: That's a very good skill. I can tell you'll be useful here.
M: Do you mean you'll give me a job?
W: I'd like to talk to your parents first. If they agree, I'll find plenty for you to do.
M: Great! Thank you! I'll ask my father to call you tonight.
W: I would prefer to meet him in person. Give me your email address and we'll figure on what day to meet.
听下面一段独白,回答第18至第20三个小题。现在你有15秒钟的时间阅读这三个小题。
Text 10
Today I'd like to talk about the important Chinese art of writing — calligraphy. The Chinese written language began to develop more than 3,000 years ago. It eventually developed into five basic script types. All of them are still in use today. The earliest writing looked like detailed pictures. They represented entire ideas and were cut onto rocks and bones. The written language then took the more standardized form of the "seal script". It is also called Zhuanshu in Chinese. It was usually used in the personal seals of important people. By the late Han Dynasty, a new standard form known as Lishu, or the "official script", was being used by government clerks. Flexible brushes came into regular use. And  more artistic effects were possible for the first time. Two "handwritten" writing forms — the "running script" or Xingshu and the "cursive script" or Caoshu, also developed around this time. In the "cursive script", individual characters were written in the short form. And two or more characters could be linked together in a single movement of the brush. As the "official script" became more and more artistic, the "regular  script" or Kaishu  was  born.    In this elegant form of writing, the movement  of  the  brush is  clear and strong.  So, it  resulted  in the most balanced one of all calligraphy styles. Over the  years,  calligraphers  were  free  to write in any of the five script styles, depending on the text's function.

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