2015年普通高等学校招生全国统一考试(新课标 I )
1. 本试卷分第Ⅰ卷（选择题）和第Ⅱ卷（非选择题）两部分。第Ⅰ卷 1 页至 10 页，第Ⅱ卷 11 页
至 13 页。
4. 第Ⅰ卷听力部分满分 30 分，不计入总分，考试成绩录取时提供给高校作参考。
第一部分 听力（共两节，满分 30 分）
第一节（共 5 小题；每小题 1.5 分，满分 7.5 分）（略）
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
例： How much is the shirt?
A.￡ 19.15 B.￡ 9.18 C.￡ 9.15
1. What te is it now?
A.9:10 B.9:50 C.10:00
2. What will the do?
A.It's nice B.It's warm C.It's cold
3. What will the do?
A.Attd a meetg B.Worth tg C.Very easy
4. What is the wo's opion about the course?
A.Too hard B.Worth tg C.Very easy
5. What does the wo t the to do?
A.Speak louder. B.Apologize to her C.Turn off the radio
6.How long did Michael stay a?
A.Five days B.One week C.Two weeks
7.Where did Michael go last year?
A.Russia orway. dia
8.What food does Sally like?
9.What are the speakers gog to do?
A.Cook ner B.Go shoppg C.Order dishes.
10.Where are the speakers?
a hospital the office C.At home
11. is the report due?
A.Thursday B.Friday ext Monday.
12.What does Geoge suggest Stepie do with the report?
d it later.
C.Leave it with .
13.What is the probale relationship bet the speakers?
A.Salesperson d customer.
B.Homeowner d er.
C.Husd d wife.
14.What d of apartt do the speakers prefer？
A.One with two bedrooms.
B.One without furniture
C.One near market
15.How much rt should one pay for the one-bedroom apartt?
A.$300. B.$400 C.$415
16.Where is the apartt the speakers would like to see?
A.On Lake Street B.On Market Street C.On South Street.
17.What pertage of the world's tea exports go to Brit?
ost 15% B.About 30% C.Over 40%
18.Why do tea taster taste tea with miik?
ost British people drk tea that way.
B.Tea tastes much better with milk.
C.Tea with milk is healthy.
19.Who suggests a price for each tea?
20.What is the speaker tg about?
A.The life of tea tasters.
B.Afternoon tea Brit.
C.The London Tea Trade tre.
第二部分 阅读理解（共两节，满分 60 分）
第一节 （共 15 小题；每小题 3 分，满分 45 分）
Monthly Talks at London al Museum
Our monthly talks start at 19:30 on the first Thursday of each month except August. ission is at normal charges d you don't need to book. They d around 21:00.
The al Pioneers, by Chris Lewis. es Brdley is recoized as one of the g early al eers. He was also a major player trg others the art of nal png d bug. Chris Lewis will exp how Brdley made such a positive contribution to the education of that group of early "civil errs".
Ice for the Metropolis, by Malco Tucker. Well before the arrival of freezers, there was a d for ice for food preservation d caterg, Malco will exp the history of portg natural ice d the tology of bug ice wells, d how London's ice trade grew.
Update on the Cotsword als, by Liz Payne. The Smoudwater al is movg towards reopg. The Tes d Severn al will take a little longer. We will have a report on the prest state of play.
Eyots d Aits- Tes Isds, by Mirda Vickers. The Tes had y isds. Mirda has undert a review of all of t. She will tell us about those of greatest terest.
London al Museum
12-13 New Wharf Road, London NI 9RT
21. is the talk on es Brdley?
A. February 6th B. March 6th
C. Novber 7th D. ber 5th
22. What is the topic of the talk February?
A. The al Pioneers.
B. Ice for the Metropolis
C. Eyots d Aits- Tes Isds
D. Update on the Cotsword als
23. Who will give the talk on the isds the Tes.
A. Mirda Vickers
B. Malco Tucker
C. Chris Lewis
D. Liz Payne
The freezg Northeast hasn't a terribly fun place to spd te this ter, so the ce e for a d to Sarasota, Florida, my bags were packed before you could say "sunse". I left for the d of warmth d vit C(维生素 C), tg of beaches d orge trees. we touched down to blue skies d warm air, I st up a small prayer of gratefuess. Sg pools, e tastg, d pk sunsets (at normal evg hours, not 4 the afternoon) filled the d, but the best part- particularly to my taste, dulled by months of cold- weather root vegetables- was a 7 . advture to the Sarasota farmers' market that proved to be more t worth the early wake-up call.
The market, which was founded 1979, sets up its tts every Saturday from 7:00 to 1 p, r or se, along North on d State streets. Baskets of perfect red strawberries, the red-pted sides of the Java Dawg coffee truck; d most of all, the tomatoes: azg, large, soft d round red tomatoes.
Disappoted by y a bro, ve-riped(蔓上成熟的) promise, I've refused to buy ter tomatoes for years. No matter how attractive they look the store, once I get t home they're ungly dry, hard, d tasteless. But I homed , with uncertty, on one particular table at the Brown's Grove Farm's std, full of fresh d soft tomatoes the size of my fist. These were the real deal- d at that mot, I realized that the best part of Sarasota ter was gog to be eatg tgs that back home New York I wou't be experg for months.
Delighted as I was by the tomatoes sight, my happess deeped I learned that Brown's
Grove Farm is one of the suppliers for Jack Dusty, a newly oped restaurt at the Sarasota Ritz Carlton, where- luckily for me- I was png to have ner that very night. Without ev sg the u, I ew I'd be orderg every tomato on it.
24. What did the author tk of her ter life New York?
A. Excitg. B. Borg. C. Relaxg. D. noyg.
25. What made the author's gettg up late early worthwhile?
A. Havg a s.
B. Breatg fresh air.
C. g the morng sun.
D. Visitg a local farmer's market.
26. What we learn about tomatoes sold New York ter?
A. They are soft.
B. They look nice.
C. They taste great.
D. They are juicy.
27. What was the author gog to that evg?
A. Go to a farm.
B. Check to a hotel.
C. Eat a restaurt.
D. Buy fresh vegetables.
Salvador Dali (1904-1989) was one of the most popular of modern artists. The Pompidou tre Paris is shog its respect d iration for the artist d his powerful personality with exhibition brg together over 200 ptgs, sculptures, drags d more. ong the works d masterworks on exhibition the visitor will d the best pieces, most porttly the Persistce of ory. There is also L'e ss from 1938, works on paper, objects, d projects for stage d scr d selected parts from television progrmes reflectg the artist's sho qualities.
The visitor will ter the World of Dali through egg d is met with the ng, the world of birth. The exhibition follows a path of te d subject with the visitor exitg through the br.
The exhibition shows how Dali draws the viewer bet two ities (无限). "From the ity small to the ity large, contraction d expsion cog d out of focus: azg ish accuracy d the showy Baroque of old ptg that he used his museum-theatre Figueras," exps the Pompidou tre.
The e selection of the major works was done close collaboration (合作)with the Museo Nacional Ra Sofia Madrid, Sp, d with contributions from other stitutions like the Salvador Dali Museum St. Petersburg.
28. Which of the follog best describe Dali accorg to Paragraph 1?
A. Optistic. B. Productive C. erous. D. Traditional.
29. What is Dali's The Persistce of ory considered to be?
A. One of his masterworks.
B. A successful scr adaptation.
C. artistic creation for the stage.
D. One of the beat TV progrmes.
30. How are the exhibits arrged at the World of Dali?
A. By popularity.
B. By portce.
C. By size d shape.
D. By te d subject.
31. What does the word "contributions" the last paragraph refer to?
A. Artworks. B. Projects. C. Donations. D. Docuts.
Conflict is on the u tonight at the café La Chope. This evg, as on every Thursday night, psychologist Maud ne is g two of Frce's favorite pastes, coffee drg d the "tg cure". Here they are learng to get touch with their true gs. It isn't always easy. They customers-some thirty Pariss who pay just under $2 (plus drks) per session-care quick to tellectualize (高谈阔论)，slow to op up d connect. "You are for to say 'one feels,' or 'people tk',"e told t. "Say 'I tk,' 'Tk me'."
A café society where no tellectualizg is allowed? It cou't s more un-Frch. But ne's psychology café is about more t og oneself: It's tryg to help the city's troubled neighborhood cafes. Over the years, Paris cafes have vict to ges the Frch lifestyle-longer worg hours, a fast food boom d a younger eration's desire to spd more te at home. Dozs of new te cafes appear to ge the situation. Cafes focused around psychology, history, d eerg are catg on, g tables well to the evg.
The city's"psychology cafes",which offer great comfort ,are ong the most popular placesiddle-aged hoakers,retirees,d the unployed come to such cafes to talk about love,ger,d drs with a psychologistd they come to ne's group just to learn to say what they feel."There's a strong need Paris for counication，"says Maurice Frisch,a café La Chope regular who works as a religious structor nearby church."Peaple have few real frdsd they need to op up"ne says she'd like to see psychology cafes all over
Frce."If people had normal lives,these cafes wou't exist,"she says."If life wer't a battle,people would't need a special place just to speak."But t,it wou't' be Frce.
32.What are people couraged to do at the cafe La Chope?
A. Learn a new subject
B. Keep touch with frds.
C. Show off their owledge.
D. Express their true gs.
33. How are cafes affected by Frch lifestyle ges?
A. They are less frequtly visited.
B. They stay op for longer hours.
C. They have bigger night crowds.
D. They start to serve fast food.
34. What are te cafes expected to do?
A. Create more jobs.
B. Supply better drks.
C. Save the cafe busess.
D. Serve the neighborhood.
35. Why are psychology cafes becog popular Paris?
A. They brg people true frdship.
B. They give people spiritual support.
C. They help people realize their drs.
D. They offer a platform for busess ks.
第二节 （共 5 小题，每小题 2 分，满分 10 分）
Bug Trust a Relationship
Trust is a learned behavior that we from past experces, 36 .___________ That is a risk. But you 't be successful there's a lack of trust a relationship that results from action where the wrongdoer takes no responsibility to fix the mistake.
Unfortunately, we've all victs of betrayal. Whether we've suffer from, lied to , misled, or cheated on, there are differt levels of losg trust. Sometes people sply 't trust ymore, 37. __________It's understdable, but if you're g to build trust a relationship , we have some steps you take to
get you there.
◆38. ___________ havg conce yourself will help you make better choices because you see what the best outcome would be for your g.
? ◆39. ___________ If you've betrayed, you are the vict of your circumstce. But there's a differce bet g a vict d livg with a "vict tality". At some pot all of our lives, we'll have our trust tested or violated.
? ◆ You 't lose "everytg". Once trust is lost, what is left? stead of loog at the situation from this hopeless gle, look at everytg you still have d be tkful for all of the good your life. 40. stead, it's a healthy way to work through the experce to allow room for positive growth d forgivess.
A. Learn to really trust yourself.
B. It is puttg conce someone.
C. Stop regarg yourself as the vict.
D. Rber that you expect the best return.
E. They've too badly hurt d they 't bear to let it happ .
F. This owledge carries over their attitude toward their future relationships.
G. Sg the positive side of tgs doesn't you're org what happed.
第三部分 英语知识运用 （共两节，满分 45）
第一节 完形填空（共 20 小题；每小题 15 分，满分 30 分）
阅读下面短文，从短文后各题所给的四个选项（A、B、C 和 D）中，选出可以填入空白处的最佳
My kids d I were g to the supermarket over the d. On the way ,we spotted a hog a piece of paper that said, " __41___ my job. ily to Feed."
At this store, a __42___ like this is not normal. My 10-year-old noticed d make a __43____ on how bad it must be to have to std ___44____ the cold d.
the store, I asked each of my kids to __45___ sometg they thought our "frd" there would ___46___. They got apples, a sdwich d a bottle of juice. T my 17-year-old suggested givg a ___47____. I thought about it. We were ___48__ on cash ourselves, but... well, sometes __49___ from our need stead of our abunce is ___50__ what we need to do! All the kids __51____ sometg they could do away with for the week.
we ded the bag of __52__, he lit up d tked us with ___53__ eyes. I ded the gift card, sayg he could use it for __54____his ily might need, he burst to tears.
This has a wonderful ___55__ for our ily. For days the kids have loog for others we __56___! Tgs would have played out so __57____ if I had sply said, "No, we really don't have ___58___ to give more." Steppg out not only helped a brother __59___, it also gave my kids the __60____ taste of helpg others. It'll go a long way with t.
41. A. Lost B. ged C. Quit D. ished
42. A condition B. place C. sight D. show
43. A. suggestion B. cot C. decision D. call
44. A. outside B. proudly C. by D. grily
45. A. draw B. say C. arrge D. pick
46. A. order B. supply C. appreciate D. discover
47. A. dollar B. job C. hot meal D. gift card
48. A. easy B. low C. soft D. loose
49. A. givg B. savg C. spg D. g
50. A. yet B. ev C. still D. just
51. A. declared B. shared C. ored D. expected
52. A. toys B. e C. food D. clothes
53. A. sleepy B. watery C. curious D. sharp
54. A. whoever B. whatever C. whichever D. ever
55. A. experce B. exple C. message D. advture
56. A. rely on B. respect C. learn from D. help
57. A. suly B. vividly C. differtly D. perfectly
58. A. te B. power C. patce D. money
59. A. fear B. love C. need D. ory
60. A. strong B. sweet C. strge D. sple
第 II 卷
第三部分 英语知识运用（共两节 满分 55）
第二节 阅读下面材料，用不多于 1 个单词的正确形式填空
It was rg lightly I__61__(arrive) Ygshuo just before dawn. But I 't care. A few hours__62__, I'd at home Hong Kong, with __63_(it) chog smog. Here, the air was d fresh, ev with the r.
I'd skipped nearby Gu, a dr place for tourists sg the estone mount tops d dark waters of the Li River_64__are pictured by artists so y ese _65__(ptg). stead, I 'd head straight for Ygshuo. For those who fly to Gu, it's only hour away__66_ car d offers all the sery of the betterown city.
Ygshuo__67__(be) really beautiful. A study of travelers_68__(conduct) by the website TripAdvisor nes Ygshuo as one of the top 10 destations the world. d the town is fast becog a popular d destation for people Asia. Abercrombie & t, a travel compy Hong Kong, says it_69__(regular) arrges quick getaways here for people_70__(live) Sghai d Hong Kong.
第四部分 写作 （共两节 满分 35）
第一节 短文改错（10 分）
I was a child, I hoped to live the city. I tk I would be happy there. Now I livg a city ,but I miss my home countryside. There the air is or the mounts are gr. Unfortunately, on the developt of dustrialization, the viront has polluted. Lots of studies have shown that global warg has already become a very seriously pro. The airs we breathe is gettg dirtier d dirtier. Much rare als are dyg out . We must found ways to protect your viront. If we fail to do so ,we'll live to regret it .
3. 稿件长度：约 400 词；
4. 交稿日期：6 月 28 日前。
1. 词数 100 左右；
1-20 ACABC BABCB ABCAB CBAAC
21-40 ADCBD BABAD CDCAB BGACE
41-50 CCBCD ADBAD
51-60 AABBC DCDAB
61 arrived 62 before/earlier 63its 64 that/which 65ptgs
66 by 67 is 68 conducted 69 regularly 70 livg
第一节 短文改错（10 分）
I was a child, I hoped to live the city. I tk I would be happy there. Now I livg a city ,but I miss my home ^ countryside. There the air is or the mounts are gr. Unfortunately, on the developt of dustrialization, the viront has polluted. Lots of studies have shown that global warg has already become a very seriously pro. The airs we breathe is gettg dirtier d dirtier. Much rare als are dyg out . We must found ways to protect your viront. If we fail to do so ,we'll live to regret it .
2. ^country →+the
3. or →d
7. airs →air
8. Much →y
9. found →d
10. your →our / the .
三、One Possible Version
I'd like to ask you to write article for our school's glish newspaper.
The "For Cultures"section our newspaper is very popular ong us stuts.It carries articles writt by for frds about the cultures of their home countries. Would you please write sometg about the culture your part of the United States?d we would especially welcome articles about how ers spd their holidays d festivals,d the life of er high school stuts.You write ytg relevt so long as it's terestg d formative.400 words would be e.Could we have your article before June 28?
I'm loog forward to hearg from you.