精选高考英语口语考试试题:十五套

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第十一套
Part One: Read aloud the following passage. You will have one minute to prepare and thirty seconds to read.
To make an Olympic champion takes millions of young people around the world to be inspired to choose Olympic sport.
I’m delighted we have with us today representatives of the next generation. We’re serious about inspiring young people. And thanks to London’s multi-cultural mix of 200 nations, they also represent the youth of the world. Their families have com from every continent. They practice every religion and every faith. What unites them in London, their love of sport and their heartfelt dream of bringing the Olympic Games to our city.
Part Two: Make quick responses to the sentences you hear:
1. Thank you so much for your timely help.
2. What you said yesterday really hurt me.
3. Would you mind not talking so loudly in class?
4. What do you like reading in your spare time?
5. I failed the final examination and was scolded by my parents.
Part Three: Ask two questions about each situation given below. At least one special question should be asked about each situation:
(1-2) Your friend Li Ming has just come back from the English summer Camp in Canada. Ask him two questions about it.
(3-4) It is your mother’s birthday tomorrow and you have no idea about what to buy as a birthday gift. Ask your friend for advice.

第十二套
Part One: Read aloud the following passage. You will have one minute to prepare and thirty seconds to read.
Police are looking for robbers who stole valuable diamonds from the jewelry display at the City Center yesterday evening during the annual Gold Exhibition. The owner reported that a necklace estimated to be worth $1.5 million was taken by a young couple. A witness at the scene said that a couple in their early twenties caught her eye because they seemed too young to be interested in sun expensive jewelry. In her version of the story, the pair were dressed in clothing and hairstyles that seemed too casual for the rather formal atmosphere of the jewelry show.
Part Two: Make quick responses to the sentences you hear:
1. Lucy, you look nice with that blouse today. It goes well with your skirt.
2. What do you think of my new bicycle?
3. Is there anything I can do for you?
4. I don’t feel well. I want to go home.
5. I think video games are really harmful for our middle-school students.
Part Three: Ask two questions about each situation given below. At least one special question should be asked about each situation:
(1-2) Your aunt looks young and healthy. Ask her two questions about how to keep young.
(3-4) John is now at the Lost and Found. The clerk asks him two questions about his lost wallet.

第十三套
Part One: Read aloud the following passage. You will have one minute to prepare and thirty seconds to read.
If you’re not sure whether you want to say yes or no, then say you’ll give an answer later, and refuse to discuss it further. This gives you time to decide and to prepare yourself to say no if necessary. Use body language to give your words more authority: stand up straight, straighten your shoulders and look at the person. If you’re talking on the phone, stand up – it makes you feel and therefore sound more confident. If a request is reasonable but you don’t want to do it, then offer an alternative, for example, “I don’t have time on Saturday, but I could do it one night next week.”
Part Two: Make quick responses to the sentences you hear:
1. It’s really hot today, isn’t it?
2. What do you think of learning Japanese as a second language?
3. Don’t forget to buy a hamburger for me.
4. Look, what on earth are you doing? The classroom is so messy.
5. I haven’t finished my homework, because I felt extremely tired last night.
Part Three: Ask two questions about each situation given below. At least one special question should be asked about each situation:
(1-2) You are not well. You go to see a doctor. The doctor asks you two questions about your problem.
(3-4) You wan to borrow a book from the library. Ask the librarian two questions about it.

第十四套
Part One: Read aloud the following passage. You will have one minute to prepare and thirty seconds to read.
People do get hurt in “adventure sports” and the most dangerous is climbing, which kills eight people a year. But it is not always obvious which activities are dangerous. For instance, two people die every year in hang-gliding accidents, but the same number are killed by badminton, whereas six people a year die in fishing accidents! So “exciting” isn’t always the same as “dangerous”. This is even more true when you consider the activities of everyday life. Many more people die due to accidents in the home than from sports of any kind.
Part Two: Make quick responses to the sentences you hear:
6. It’s nice of you to show me round your school.
7. What about taking Bus 104 to the Shanghai Railway Station?
8. I’m sorry. I have to leave now. I have to catch the last bus.
9. How did you enjoy the concert last night?
10. I wonder if I could use your mobile phone.
Part Three: Ask two questions about each situation given below. At least one special question should be asked about each situation:
(1-2) Your friend is inviting you to see a film. Ask your friend two questions about it.
(3-4) You have a toothache and want to make an appointment to see Dr. Brown. The nurse asks you two questions.

第十五套
Part One: Read aloud the following passage. You will have one minute to prepare and thirty seconds to read.
Teenagers who don’t get up in the morning are brighter and more successful.
A study of students’ sleep by researchers in the USA found that teenagers who get up early are often tired and can’t concentrate in class.
“Young children love to get up early but teenagers have a different biological clock,” says a professor of Brown University. Her research showed that teenagers naturally go to sleep and wake up later than normal – for good biological reasons.
Now many American schools have changed that start of their morning classes from 7.30 to 8.30 or even 9.00.
Part Two: Make quick responses to the sentences you hear:
1. (telephone ring) Hello, may I speak to Mr. Smith?
2. I’m sorry that I forget to bring the book here.
3. I’d love you to come to my birthday party.
4. Why not have another cup of tea?
5. You’re busy. Is there anything I can do for you?
Part Three: Ask two questions about each situation given below. At least one special question should be asked about each situation:
(1-2) You are in your English teacher’s office, asking the teacher two questions about English learning.
(3-4) You have a new desk mate Bob. You want to get to know him. Ask him two questions. 

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