高考英语听力专线练习题15(mp3+听力原文+答案)

高考英语听力专线练习题15(mp3+听力原文+答案)

Group P高中英语听力专线(五)

第一节(共5小题)

听下面5段对话。每段对话后有一个小题,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。
1.Why doesn’t the woman like to have red wine?
A.Becaus e she doesn’t like its taste.
B.Because she prefers beer.
C.Because she is afraid of getting drunk.
2.What is the man going to buy?
A.Food.B.Drinks.C.Flowers.
3.What are the two speakers doing?
A.Looking for some suitcases.
B. Booking tickets for a journey.
C.Checking the woman’s baggage.
4.Why would the woman rather stay at the hotel?
A.It costs less money.
B.It saves much labor.
C.It feels more comfortable.
5. What are the two speakers talking about?
A.A painting.   B.A country scene.
C.A kind of drink.

第二节(共15小题)

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。
听第6段材料,回答第6至8题。
6.What is the relationship between the two speakers?
A.Classmates.B.Neighbors.C.Strangers.
7.What can’t the man wait to do?
A.Go shopping with his wife.
B.Look after his children.
C.Work in his garden.
8.When does this conversation most probably take place?
A.On Wednesday.B.On Friday.
C.On Saturday.
听第7段材料,回答第9至11题。
9.What is the man trying to return to the store?
A.A dress.     B.A shirt.       C.A sweater.
10.Why does the man want to return the item?
A.It is the wrong size.   B.It has a hole.
C.  It gets smaller and fades.
11.What does the woman offer to do for the man?
A.Return his money.      B.Exchange the item.
C.Give him store credit.
听第8段材料,回答第12至14题。
12.What’s the relationship between the woman and the man?
A.Teacher and student.B.Mother and son.
C.Clas smates.
13.Why didn’t the man come to the class last night?
A.He came back late and his friend was tired.
B.He had given it up.
C.He had been writing reports all day long.
14.What can we know about the man?
A.He is interested in learning foreign languages.
B.He can communicate with his friends in English.
C.He had studied the language before he came.
听第9段材料,回答第15至17题。
15 .Why does the man feel bad?
A.He is out of work.
B.He isn’t used to the life there.
C.He has nobody else to talk to.
16.In what wa y is the woman speaking to the man?
A.Disappointing.B.Exciting.
C.Encouraging.
17.According to the dialogue,what is their last decision?
A.To look for a job together.
B.To have a visit.
C.To move to the island.
听第10段材料,回答第18至20题。
18.How many world’s flags co ntain red?
A.70%. B.80%. C.85%.
19.Why do people dislike black?
A.It means danger.
B.It makes people not noticed.
C.It makes people feel afraid.
20.Which of the following is NOT true according to the passage?
A.Different colors have different meanings.
B.Yellow is a very relaxing color and blue is a very calm color.
C.People who wear gray want to cover themselves to all.

 

听力材料:

(Text 1)
M:Would you like to have some red wine?
W:No, thanks. I’d rather have tea. I drank some red wine last Friday when I was at my mum’s birthday. It was too sweet.
(Text 2)
M:I’m having a party tonight. Mike will buy food and drinks and I need something different.
W:How about some roses?
M:Oh, roses! How wonderful!
(Text 3)
W: I’m afraid I have forgotten something, but I don’t know what it is. I have my boat ticket here in my pocket and...
M:You have all your suitcases, don’t you?
W:Oh, one, two, three. Yes,they are all here.
(Text 4)
M: Why don’t we stay in one of the flats for our holiday, Mary? They sound just as good as the hotel,and it would be much cheaper.
W:But they’re quite different,you know. The hotel would be less work!
(Text 5)
M:What do you think of this one?
W:It is really not my cup of tea. Too modern and unusual.
M:But look at the colors and forms. Very imaginative.
W:Maybe. I prefer a painting showing a view of the countryside.
(Text 6)
M:Well, I’ll see you later, Mrs.Todd. My wife is waiting for me to take her shopping.
W:I understand. There’s a lot to get done at weekends, especially when you two work and the children are small.
M:That’s right. Jane and I have been talking about visiting you. So when I saw you in the garden, I decided to come over and say hello.
W:I’m glad you did. In fact, I should have called on you first,since you have newly moved here.
M:By the way,do you need anything from the store?
W:No, but thanks for the offer.And thank you f or coming over.
M:It’s a pleasure.
(Text 7)
W:How can I help you?
M:I’d like to return this sweater. I bought it a week ago.
W:Well, first of all, what seems to be the problem?
M:Well, isn’t it obvious by just looking at it? The first time I washed and dried it,the thing shrank at least five sizes.
W:Uh, I see what you mean, but did you follow the washing instructions?
M:How was I supposed to know that? The label is written in Spanish! And the color faded from a nice dark blue to a light green.
W:Sir, we take a lot of pride in our clothing. What I can do is allow you to exchange the sweater for another one.
M:But I just want my money back!
W:Sorry. Since the item you bought was on clearance,we can’t give back your money.
M:A clearance item! Was I supposed to know that?
W:I guess you didn’t read the fine print in our ad. Look. Here’s the ad, and the information about the clearance sale is right here.
M:OK.I’ll exchange it for another one. But you should give credit for your goods next time.
(Text 8)
W:Why weren’t you at the German class last night, Tom? Have you given up?
M:Well, no... I came back late yesterday and found John sleeping in the chair. He’d been writing a report all day long and he was too tired to go out again,so we gave the lesson a miss.
W:You’ve missed quite a lot of lessons lately, haven’t you? Are you losing interest?
M:Yes,I’m afraid so. Neither John nor I have a gift for language. People just laugh at us when we attempt to speak German. How did you and Jane pick it up so quickly and easily? You’ve hardly been in Germany a month.
W:It was neither quick nor easy. We’d both studied the language before we came,and we only needed to revise it.
M:Anyway, all our friends here speak English very well, so we don’t really need to learn German.
(Text 9)
W:Did you go out today?
M:With my bad luck? What good would it have done if I’d go ne out?
W:If you’d looked for a job, you might have found one.
M:But I’ve been looking for one over a year. Today wouldn’t have been any different.
W:I know how bad you feel, but if you don’t keep on looking, you’ll never get a job.
M:If I’d stayed in Puerto Rico in the first place, I wouldn’t have had so much trouble.
W:What would you have done? There are more people out of work there than there are here.
M:I could have had a farm of my own if I’d stayed there.
W :You? Up the mountains,with nobody to talk to, but the children?
M:I don’t like the city. There are too many people. There’s too much noise, too much dust.
W:I like here.
M:Yes, because your brother’s here. This is really your home.
W:Well, maybe we should go to Puerto Rico for a visit anyway. You could see Andis Nanco.
M:You really mean that? I’d like to see the isla nd again and feel the sunshine and here everyone’s speaking Spanish.
(Text 10)
Different colors have different effects on people.Red is an exciting color. It creates an image of action,energy and danger. Red is also the most frequently used color in flags, 80% of the world’s flags contain red. A study in Germany showed that football teams wearing red are more successful. Blue is a very calm color.Businessmen usually wear dark blue suits.Blue is also a peaceful co lor. The flag of the United Nations is light blue. Yellow means freedom and green is a very relaxing color.Some doctors nowadays wear green, because it is less tiring than white. Black can also be a very threatening color while white is a pure and strong color. This is one reason why most doctors wear white coat. We trust them more.People wearing gray do not want others to notice them. Brown is the opposite of black. It is warm and friendly,while black is threatening.

答案:

1~5.ACCBA  6~10.BACCC
11~15.BCABA  16~20.CBBCB