A. 1-6 HDE ABG
B. 7-14 ACCB ADBD
C. 15-20 BAB ABB
D. 21. low prices 22. seven/7 thousand
24. sick?poor 25. good cause
CCBDD ACDAB BDACC BDBBB
III. 46-49 CEBA
IV. 54. robberies 55. twice 56. speech 57. unhappy
58. Luckily 59. French 60. wooden 61. widen
V. 62. Does?have 63. How quickly 64. has been 65. happy about/ satisfied with
66. what?would 67. Why is
68. Chris sends me a Christmas card every year. /Every year Chris sends me a Christmas. Part III
IX. (A) 69---74 CDB ABC
(B)75—80 CAD BDC
(C) 81. communicate
88. Yes, she is.
89. An activity (which is ) called the station. / The students/They especially like an activity which is called the station.
90. The students usually spend about 40 minutes on each station. / About 40 minutes.
91. Because cursive writing can force you/people to think in words but not in letters (and
it can help you/ people do better on tests. )
92. Ms. LaRosa usually has her students do various fun and exciting things and also uses
real examples from her life. / Ms. LaRosa teaches her class by doing various fun and exciting things and by using real examples from her own life.
93. Suggested answer: Her way of teaching, her knowledge, her devotion to teaching, her
trust in students, etc.
X. 94. 略
2013学年第一学期徐汇区学习能力诊断卷 82. Besides 83. improve 84. throughout/through 86. slowly/silently/simply 87. confidence/courage 23. bags of
Part 1 Listening (第一部分 听力)
I. Listening Comprehension (听力理解): (共30分)
A. Listen and choose the right picture (根据你听到的内容，选出相应的图片): (共6分)
1. Jack prepared a heart shaped cake for Rose on Valentine’s Day. 2. Kids are asked to put the toys back on the shelf after using them.
3. Many birds fly to warmer places when it starts to get cold. 4. Mr. White has built a tree house for his little son.
5. This bin is for the rubbish that can be recycled.
6. Why not take a boat trip on Huangpu River? It’s really wonderful!
B. Listen to the dialogue and choose the best answer to the question you hear (根据你听到的对话和问题，选出最恰当的答案): (共8分)
7. M: Excuse me! I’d like to buy a plane ticket to London.
W: Just a moment. We have two flights, one at 2 p.m. and the other at 5 p.m.. Which one would you like to take, sir?
M: I’d like to take the first available flight, please.
Q: When does the man want to leave for London?
8. W: Sir, I have no idea why you stopped me.
M: Can I see your driver’s license, Madam? You just ran the red light at the second crossing.
Q: What is the man’s job?
9. W: You are considering studying abroad after graduation, are you? Which country are you
going to, the United States, Britain or Australia?
M: I know most people regard the United States or Britain as their first choice; however,
I’d like to further my study in Germany.
Q: Which country will the man probably study in?
10. M: Hi, Jane! Where have you been?
W: I have just come back from the library. You know, I work there as a volunteer every
Q: How often does Jane go to the library?
11. M: Mum, look at those fresh oranges! Shall we get some?
W: No, we are here to buy milk and eggs. We still have some oranges in the fridge. Q: Where does this dialogue probably take place?
12. W: Oh, look at you. You are all wet through!
M: I know how terrible I look now, but the weather forecast said it would be fine, so
I didn’t take an umbrella.
Q: What is the weather like? 13. W: Can you help me with the cooking, Sam?
M: Sorry, Jenny. I don’t really like the smell in the kitchen. Let me help set the table. Q: What will the man probably do?
14. W: You look a bit nervous. John, is everything all right? Are we lost again?
M: Don’t worry. It’s just the car. I am afraid we are running out of oil and I am not
sure if we can find a gas station in time.
Q: Why does the man look nervous?
C. Listen to the passage and tell whether the following statements are true or false (判
断下列句子是否符合你听到的内容, 符合的用“T”表示，不符合的用“F”表示): (共6分) London used to be “foggy” for the same reason that cities like Beijing or Chongqing are “foggy” today. The “fog” was a mixture of smoke and fog. In other words, it was caused by air pollution. In London, some of this pollution comes from factories, but a lot of it came from the coal that people burnt in their houses to keep warm during the winter. By the 1950s, London’s smog problem had become so bad that the government decided to do something to clean up the air. A new law was made, so no one was allowed to burn coal in any British city. Within a few years, the air became much cleaner.
Many Chinese cities nowadays face the same sort of problem with air pollution that London faced forty or fifty years ago. However, this problem is more difficult for Chinese cities to solve. One reason is that more of the pollution comes from big factories, rather than from coal burnt in people’s houses. If these factories were suddenly closed, this would harm the economy and lots of people would lose their jobs. Another reason is that changing from coal to cleaner fuels, like gas, is quite expensive. However, the air in many Chinese cities is already becoming cleaner, as the government and ordinary people pay more and more attention to reducing pollution. As a result, there will be less fog in China than there used to be.
D. Listen to the passage and complete the following sentences (听短文，完成下列内容。
每空格限填一词): (共10分) I love charity shops and so do lots of other people in Britain. The charity shop sells everything from clothes to furniture, all at very low prices. You can get things you won’t find in the shops any more.
The first charity shop was opened in 1947. Now there are over seven thousand charity shops in the UK. My favorite charity shop in my hometown is the Red Cross shop, where I always find children’s books, all 10 or 20 pence each.
Most of the people working in the charity shops are volunteers, although there is often a manager who gets paid. Over 90% of the things given to the charity shops are from the public. Every morning you see bags of unwanted items outside the front of shops, although they don’t encourage this, rather ask people to bring things in when the shop is open.
Charity shops raise more than ￡110 million a year, doing medical research, supporting sick and poor children, homeless and disabled people, and so on. What better place to spend your money? You get something special for a very good price and a good moral sense. The money is going to a good cause and not into the pockets of money-making companies, and you are not damaging the planet, but finding a new home for your unwanted things.