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福建师大附中 2015-2016 学年下学期期末模块考试 高一英语试题
(满分:150 分 时间:120 分钟)

第Ⅰ卷 (共 79 分)
第一部分:听力(共 20 题;每小题 1 分, 满分 20 分) 第一节 (共 5 小题;每小题 1 分, 满分 5 分) 听下面 10 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. How does the woman feel now? A. Sorry. B. Angry. C. Disappointed. 2. Which bag did the man buy? A. The yellow one. B. The black one. C. The red one. 3. What will the man probably do? A. Ask Linda for advice. B. Tell his sister the truth. C. Lend some money to his sister. 4. What are the speakers talking about? A. Photos. B. A typewriter. C. A photocopier. 5. What did the man do yesterday? A. He drew a picture. B. He visited his uncle. C. He went to see a doctor. 第二节 听下面 5 段对话。每段对话后有几个小题,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。每段对话读两遍。 听第 6 段材料,回答第 6、7 题。 6. Where are the speakers now? A. At the center of the park. B. At the ticket office of the park. C. At the entrance of the park. 7. What will the man do at first in the park? A. Buy some balloons. B. Ride on the Space Rocket. C. Watch a movie with his daughters. 听第 7 段材料,回答第 8、9 题。 8. How long will the course last? A. For three weeks. B. For two years. C. For three years. 9. What do we know about the man? A. He is an English teacher. B. He has a Master degree. C. He is learning Chinese. 10. Where did the car come from? A. The left. B. The middle. C. The right. 听第 8 段材料,回答第 10 至 12 题。 11. What does the man say about the car? A. It has lights on. B. It was travelling at a fast speed.

C. It was on the wrong side of the road. 12. Where are the speakers? A. At a hospital. B. On a road. C. In a police station. 听第 9 段材料,回答第 13 至 16 题。 13. What is the woman’s problem? A. She doesn’t know what the young like. B. She can’t find any music for Parent ’s Night. C. She has to choose different music for different people. 14. What kind of music do the speakers decide to start with? A. Jazz. B. Rock’n’roll. C. Country music. 15.What do we know about line dancing? A. Most old people don’t like it. B. People usually do it with jazz. C. It requires people to do the same steps together. 16. What will the speakers do next? A. Have something to drink. B. Choose different music. C. Learn to do line dancing. 听第 10 段材料,回答第 17 至 20 题。 17. What is the speaker? A. A tour guide. B. A zoo keeper. C. A teacher. 18. When will the special tour start? A. At 12:30 p.m. B. At 11:00a.m. C. At 9:00 a.m. 19. Where will the students be taken to first? A. The zoo’s information centre. B. The insect house. C. The entrance. 20. What can we learn from the talk? A. Students must bring money for the trip tomorrow. B. Students are not allowed to feed the animals. C. Students can buy sandwiches from the zoo shop. 第二部分 阅读理解(共两节,满分 29 分) 第一节 (共 12 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 24 分) 阅读下列短文,从每题所给的四个选项(A、B、C、和 D)中,选出最佳选项,并在答题卡 上将该项涂黑。 A They are the sort of friends who are so close that they trust each other with their lives. If one fails the other is there to catch him. They are Wellman, whose legs were permanently injured nine years ago in a rock-climbing accident, and Corbett, an experienced rock climber. Together, they climbed up Half Dome, the famous 2,000-foot rock in the Yosemite National Park, through one of the most different routes. During the climb, Crorbett took the lead, hit in the metal spikes(尖状物) that guided the ropes and climbed up. Then, after Wellmanm pulled himself up the rope, Corbett went down to remove the spikes and climbed up again. This process was repeated time and again, inch by inch, for 13 days. Wellman’s job was not easy either. He got himself up the rope through upper body strength alone. In all, Wellman figured that he had done 5,000 pull-ups up the rope on the climb. However, when the two men first met, they never talked about climbing. “He knew that was how I got injured.” Wellman said. Until one day Wellman decided that he wanted to climb again

and they started training. Their climb of Half Dome was not all smooth. At one point, pieces of rock gave way, and Corbett dropped down quickly. Wellman locked their rope in place, stopping the fall at 20 feet. His quick action probably saved his friend’s life. “Your partner can save your life --- you can save your partner’s life,” Wellman said as the pair received congratulations from friends. “ There are real close ties.” 1. Which of the following was a challenge for Corbett in climbing Half Dome? A. To climb up to remove the spikes. B. To do 5,000 pull-ups up the rope. C. To climb it twice. D. To lock the rope in place. 2. Why did the two men never talk about climbing when they first met? A. Corbett was poorly trained. B. Wellman had lost interest in climbing. C. Wellman hadn’t decided whether to climb again D. Corbett didn’t want to hurt Wellman. 3. What do we know about Wellman? A. he stopped rock-climbing for some time. B. he was disabled in a traffic accident. C. he climbed Half Dome by himself. D. he was saved by Corbett during the climb. 4. The main idea of the text is that ________. A. two heads are better than one B. friendship is very precious in life C. the disabled should never give up D. a man can be destroyed but cannot be defeated B Being Authoritative (权威的) Parents Phrases like “tiger mom” and ‘‘helicopter parent” have made their way into everyday language. Many of us find ourselves drawn to the idea that with just a bit more parental hard work and effort, we might turn out children with bright futures. But is there anything wrong with a kind of “overparenting style”? Parental involvement has a long history of being studied. Many of the studies, conducted by Diana Baumrind, a famous psychologist at the University of California, Berkeley, have found that a good parent is the one who is involved and reacts to her child in a positive way, who sets high expectations but gives her child independence. These “authoritative parents” appear to hit the sweet spot of parental involvement and generally raise children who do better academically, psychologically and socially than children whose parents are not strict and less involved, or controlling and more involved. Why is this parenting style so successful? Authoritative parents actually help improve motivation in their children. Carol Dweck, a social psychologist at Stanford University, has done research that indicates why authoritative parents raise more motivated children. In a typical experiment, Dr. Dweck takes young children into a room and asks them to solve a simple puzzle. Most do so with little difficulty. But then Dr. Dweck tells some, but not all, of the kids how clever they are. As it turns out, the children who are not told they’re smart are more motivated to solve increasingly difficult puzzles. They also show higher levels of confidence and show greater progress in puzzle-solving. As the experiment suggests, praising children’s talents and abilities seems to shake their confidence. Dealing with more difficult puzzles carries the risk of losing one’s status as “smart”. Dr. Dweck’s work strongly supports that of Dr. Baumrind, who also found that reasonably supporting a child’s independence and limiting interference (干涉) causes better academic and emotional results.

The central task of growing up is to develop a sense of self that is independent and confident. If you treat your young child who is just learning to walk as if she can’t walk, you reduce her confidence. Allowing children to make mistakes is one of the greatest challenges of parenting. It is easier when they are young. The potential mistakes carry greater risks, and part of being a parent is reducing risk for our children. 5. According to the passage, a “tiger mom” ______. A. helps her children realize their dreams B. speaks her children’s everyday language C. places reasonable expectations on her children D. pays close attention to her children’s experiences 6. It is implied that controlling style of parenting may _____. A. face more challenges of children B. cause more problems in children C. develop independence in children D. lead to children’s academic success 7. The example of the children doing the puzzles suggests that ______. A. a good game plays a big role in training young minds B. puzzle-solving can give children the motivation they need C. overpraising makes children less motivated and confident D. bright children usually show less confidence in difficult games 8. The last paragraph tells us that ______. A. children should not be given much freedom B. parents should not increase the risk of challenging C. children should correct mistakes with the help of their parents D. parents should allow their children to learn from the mistakes C. On a dark night, 11-year-old Joe was playing hide-and-seek with his friends in the backyard when he thought he saw Magellan—a huge housecat. However, when the cat suddenly jumped on his head, Joe found it turned out a young cougar(美洲狮). He backed away from the animal, then turned and ran inside the house. Cougar encounters (遭遇) like this one are becoming very common in the U.S. Most people assume that’s because cougar populations are growing, or because the big cats are coming into closer contact with the expanding web of human suburbs. But Professor Robert Wielgus at Washington State University argues that poorly designed hunting policies might be causing an increase in cougar-human conflicts. Wielgus’s research teams have been fitting the big cats with radio collars and monitoring their movements. They find that the cougar population is actually decreasing rapidly and almost no male cougars are over four years of age. And a study shows that the heavily hunted area has five times as many cougar complaints as the lightly hunted area—even though the density (密度) of cougars is about the same in both areas. Wielgus suspects that hunting policies, which allow older males to be killed to keep cougar populations in check, were the culprit and teenage cougars in the heavily hunted area may be responsible for most of the trouble. To test his theory, he adds two more groups of cougars to the tracking program—one in a heavily hunted area and another in a comparable but lightly hunted area. He concludes that heavy hunting indeed almost wipes out older males and the population structure in the heavily hunted area shifts toward younger animals. With these findings, Wielgus believes without adults to keep them under control, the

disorderly teens are more likely to come into conflict with humans, farm animals and pets. Wielgus’s ideas don’t sit well with everyone. “Hunting definitely does cause lots of teenage males to flow in, but I don’t yet see solid proof that they are more likely to cause trouble than older cats,”says the University of Montana’s Robinson. “In many cases, the new arrivals have been squeezed (挤出) out of remote wilderness habitat and forced into areas where they are more likely to encounter humans. I think humans are primarily responsible for all the interaction you see. We’re moving into these areas where cougars and deer are,” according to Alldredge, a researcher at the Colorado Division of Wildlife. We may not understand what makes 18-year-old males more likely than 48-year-old men to do dangerous things, Wielgus says, but we know that the world would be a different place, if teenagers were in charge. 9. The passage begins with a story to _________. A. lead into the topic B. describe an incident C. show the author ’s attitude D. warn of the dangers of cougars 10. The underline word “culprit” in Para.4 is closest in meaning to _________. A. effect B. evidence C. cause D. aim 11. Which of the following is true? A. Alldredge agrees hunting results in the arrival of lots of teens. B. Robinson doubts age is a key factor in human-cougar conflicts. C. Alldredge believes killing older males may cause a bigger threat. D. Robinson holds humans are to blame for the fall of older males. 12. What might Wielgus suggest to reduce cougar attacks? A. Driving teenage cougars back into their natural habitat. B. Getting people to move out of the areas where cougars are. C. Preventing children from playing in the backyard by themselves. D. Improving hunting policies to ensure a healthy cougar population. 第二节 (共 5 小题,每小题 1 分,满分 5 分) 根据短文内容, 从短文后的选项中选出能填入空白处的最佳选项, 选项中有两项为多余选项。 Making Peace with Your Parents As a teen, you are going through big changes physically and mentally. Your interests are expanding. protect them from the dangers that are all out in that world. 14 Sometimes conflicts can’t be avoided. But by paying attention to the building blocks of successful relationships, you can work towards making home a happy and healthy place for you and your parents. For instance, try to find a time to talk when your parents are not angry, tired, distracted , or hungry. A good time to talk is when you are all relaxed. Timing is everything. If the conversation begins to turn into an argument, you’d better calmly and coolly ask to stop the conversation----for now. You can pick it up again when everyone’s more relaxed. Listen to what your parents are saying, and repeat it back to them. This shows them that you’re listening. care about each other’s feelings can disagree without getting things ugly. 16 How do you build trust? Trust comes by actually doing what you say you’re going 15 Respect is the building block of good communication. People who respect each other and 13 Here is the challenge: Kids need to explore the world in new ways, and parents need to

to do. Some teens find that doing fun activities with their parents can improve their relationships. Sometimes we forget that parents are more than rule-makers----they’re interesting people who like to watch movies and go shopping----just like their teenagers! What do you do if you are trying your best, but your relationship with your parents continues to be rocky (不稳定的) ? a coach, who can lead an ear. Remember you can only change your own behavior. Your parents are the only ones who can change theirs. A. B. C. D. It also gives them a chance to clear things up if you’re not on the same page. These conflicts can easily set off fireworks in otherwise calm house. And then you will be able to accept what your parents say. Faced with the challenge, children don’t know what to do. parents believe in you. F. G. And your desire to take control of your own life is growing. You may consider seeking outside help. 17 You can find supportive adults, such as a teacher or

E. You are more likely to get along with your parents and have more independence if your

第三部分 完形填空(共 20 小题;每小题 1.5 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 白处的最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 As a young boy, my life in Haiti always revolved around my parents. They would do everything for me, and I was __1__ with that. Then I moved to the United States, __2__ I was pretty much on my own. “Mom and Dad are not here __3__, and you have to take care of yourself from now on,” I would often tell myself looking at the __4__ when washing in the morning. At first, this task seemed to be __5__; I was new to the country, my __6__ skills were poor and I had to go to a new school. Everything seemed to be __7__. Getting to explore this new setting was exciting, yet, since it was a(n) __8__ that I hardly knew anything about, I could not help feeling frightened. The school was a whole different __9__ for itself. I was in the middle of my freshmen year when I __10__, and everything I had learned in French, had to be translated to English. That was __11__ the most difficult part of the transition (过渡) . I could have been a __12__ kid and just let time help me get better, but then I thought, “Will that really __13__ me?” Completing the academic school year was my new goal and in order to __14__ it, I had to study twice as hard as my classmates, __15__ learning English as fast as I could. Countless nights had passed in the __16__, but seeing myself getting better each week made it well worth it. At some point in life, we all __17__ a time that makes us become __18__ like an adult; a time when we grow as a person. Without any __19__ I would say that moving to New York was an important part of my life. As I was __20__ to a new world full of opportunities, I came to realize that only I can shape my future. 1. A.bored 2. A.but 3. A.yet B.content B.so B.instead C.angry C.since C.then D.mad D.or D.anymore

4. A.mirror 5. A.complex 6. A.language 7. A.fresh 8. A.school 9. A.place 10. A.moved 11. A.never 12. A.bright 13. A.hurt 14. A.know 15. A.once 16. A.process 17. A.miss 18. A.sooner or later 19. A.word 20. A.exposed

B.window B.easy B.listening B.encouraging B.family B.story B.stayed B.perhaps B.young B.benefit B.understand B.unless B.country B.expect B.now and then B.doubt B.introduced

C.sun C.frightening C.communication C.different C.weather C.yard C.studied C.sometimes C.lazy C.stop C.classify C.while C.lesson C.experience C.step by step C.thought C.allowed

D.book D.exciting D.judgment D.smooth D.environment D.background D.worked D.already D.hard-working D.push D.achieve D.if D.plan D.remember D.more or less D.notice D.given

第 II 卷 (共 71 分)
第四部分:基础知识(共两节, 满分 16 分) 第一节 根据所给首字母,写出正确的单词来完成句子(共 8 小题;每小题 1 分, 满分 8 分) 1. In the UK's referendum on 23 June on whether to stay in the European Union, the majority of British people voted to leave the EU, while the m_____________ opposed. 2. Every time Bob went travelling, he would buy a s_____________ for himself as a memory of the journey. 3. It’s very c_____________ of the little boy to turn down the TV when his mother was making a phone call. 4. You may feel it very a_____________ that Helen Keller, who was blind and deaf, was able to master five languages and became a writer eventually. 5. Peter is always o_____________ and doesn’t hesitate to speak out his opinions, which sometimes makes others embarrassed. 6. He was given a_____________ to his ideal university after getting a satisfying score in the college entrance exam. 7. You’d better base your decisions more on objective truth because s_____________ judgments are not reliable. 8. In your statement, you should express your main idea briefly and clearly, or you may make yourself m________________. 第二节 根据句意从方框中选出合适的短语, 用其适当的形式完成句子 (共 8 小题;每小题 1 分, 满分 8 分) take …for granted, equip …with, focus on, function 1. _______________in the countryside made Mr. Wilson very hardworking whenas, he was very come to life, make room for, bring up, refer to young. 2. The boy sat silently by the window with his eyes ________________ the beautiful scenery outside. 3. __________________ a fat body and tiny legs as well as a warm heart, Baymax in the movie

Big Hero 6 has delighted audiences of all ages. 4. You, as readers, may notice that I use “we” when _____________ America in the above paragraphs. 5. Athens _____________ a center of the trade in the 13th century is a charming tourist attraction now. 6. A pure virus could be kept in a bottle, just like hundreds of other chemicals. Yet, when it is placed on a living thing, it _______________ . 7. The store wants to sell out all of its winter clothes ________________ the summer ones. 8. He Jiang, a biology doctor from Hunan, delivered a graduation speech in Harvard, in which he stated lifesaving knowledge which we __________________ in the modern world is often unavailable in his hometown. 第三节 根据课文内容填空(注意:每空一词或多于一词;共 10 小题;每小题 0.5 分, 满分 5 分) 1. It seemed that she had been very busy in 1)_________________, travelling abroad to study as well as writing books and articles. One of them 2)_________________. 2. Indeed, his sunburnt face and arms and his slim, strong body are just like those of millions of Chinese farmers, for whom he 3)_________________ for the past five decades. 3. Yuan Longping is quite satisfied with his life. However, he doesn't care about 4) _______________. He feels it gives him 5)_______________ to do his research. 4. He made people laugh at a time when they felt depressed, so they could 6) ________________ their lives. 5. This character was a 7)__________________but was loved for his optimism and determination to 8)__________________. 6. The theme park you are probably most 9)_______________is Disneyland. It can be found in several parts of the world. 7. With all these attractions, 10) ____________________is increasing wherever there is a Disneyland. 第四节 单句改错(共 10 小题;每小题 1 分, 满分 10 分) 1. It is the driver rather than the students that are responsible for the accident in which the overloaded school bus crashed into the truck. 2. Along with the letter was his promise which he would visit me this coming Christmas. 3. Only after my friend came to my aid the computer used to store the data of the experiment repaired. 4. He drew me aside and told the news to me in whisper in case other people might hear it. 5. Last night after several hours of suffering the young mother was safely delivered a healthy baby. 6. We were finally able to make the customers convince of the good quality of our products. 7. X-Men: Apocalypse is a 2016 American superhero film starring in many popular actors including James McAvoy, and Jennifer Lawrence. 8. It is a common sense that new ideas have to be tested many times before fully accepted. 9. I'd rather you stay at home with our baby tonight. You'd better not leave it to the babysitter at night. 10. I used to have great difficulty in oral presentation but with my confidence built up, I now turn out to be a great speaker.

第五部分 语法填空(共 10 小题;每小题 1 分, 满分 10 分) 阅读下列材料,在空白出填入适当的内容(1 个单词)或括号内单词的适当形式。 China's most famous wall may have been built to keep people away, but a new kind of wall is bringing people a lot 1 (close) together. On January 29, a “Wall of Kindness” appeared on the side of a Qingdao building with the words: “If you need it, take it.” This Wall of Kindness, the creation of local charity Chuangyi Workshop, 2 (invite) passers-by to leave their spare warm clothes and encourages those who are 3 need to take them. 4 (inspire) by a similar plan in Iran, Wang Lei, director of Chuangyi Workshop, put it into practice in China as the country experienced 5 (it) coldest winter in decades. Wang and her colleagues received lots of clothes from people, especially in winter. They thought about sending them to people in remote 6 (mountain) areas, but it was not cost-effective. 7 ,they decided to help people nearer to home. When the clothes 8 (hang) on the wall first, passers-by thought they were for 9 (sell). After they learned the reality, some began to come up and try them on. Many such walls have also appeared in several other Chinese cities. Simple 10 this act is, the Wall of Kindness is now making a big difference to society. 第六部分 写作 (共两节 满分 30 分) 第一节 短文改错(满分 10 分) 假定英语课上老师要求同桌之间交换修改作文,请你修改你同桌写的以下作文。文中 共有 10 处语言错误,每句中最多有两处。每处错误仅涉及一个单词的增加、删除或修改。 增加:在缺词处加一个漏词符号(∧) ,并在此符号下面写出该加的词。 删除:把多余的词用斜线(\)划掉。 修改:在错的词下划一横线,并在该词下面写出修改后的词。 注意:1.每处错误及其修改均仅限一词; 2.只允许修改 10 处,多者(从第 11 处起)不计分。 In recent years, an increase number of young people have joined in the NEET group, which means they neither go to college or receive any training for future work but depend on their parents for a living. Most of us are aged from 16 to 30. In my opinion, it is shameful for the young not to make their own responsibility. Parents are getting older with each passing day. How if someday they cannot provide anything for children? Beside, society may break without the involvement of young people. With too many young people employed, it might have a harmful influence on the social stability and harmony. So the government must take effective measure to deal with this problem. 第二节 书面表达 (满分 20 分) 假定你是李华,曾参加过志愿者培训,在培训中你了解到:除了要学好外语外,还要了 解不同国家的身势语,只有这样才能更好地帮助外国朋友。你在英国的笔友 John ,来信询问 如何做一名志愿者。现在请你以李华的名义写这封信,信要包括下面的要点: 1. 身势语的作用。 2. 对于不同的国家来说,身势语也不同。(举一至两个例子说明) 3. 了解不同文化身势语的重要意义。 注意:1. 不要逐字逐句的翻译要点,可根据需要适当增加。

2. 词数 120 词左右 (文章开头和结尾已给, 不计入词数) Dear John, Glad to write to you! I once attended a training course, through which I learned that in order to be a good volunteer, I should learn about body language as well as foreign languages. Now, I'd like to share it with you. _______________________________________________________________________________ ___ So much for these, I must stop now. Looking forward to your letter. Yours, Lihua

福建师大附中 2015-2016 学年下学期期末模块考试 高一英语参考答案
第 I 卷(79 分) I. 听力(20 分)1-5 BACCA 6-10 CBBAC 11-15 ABCBC 16-20 ACAAB II. 阅读(29 分)第一节:1-4 CDAB 5-8 DBCD 9-12 ACBD 第二节:13-17 FBAEG III. 完形 (30 分) 1-5 BBDAC 6-10 ACDBA 11-15 BCBDC 16-20 ACDBA 第 II 卷(71 分) I.单词(8 分) 1. minority 2. souvenir 3. considerate 4. astonishing 5. outspoken 6. admission 7. subjective 8. misunderstood II.选动词填空(8分) 1. Being brought up 2. focused on 3. Equipped with 4. referring to 5. functioning as 6. will come to life 7. to make room for 8. take for granted III. 课文背默(5 分) 1. her chosen career, caught my eye 2. has struggled 3. being famous , less freedom 4. feel more content with 5. a social failure , overcome all difficulties. 6. familiar with, 7. no wonder tourism IV.单句改错 (10 分) 1. that are--that is 2. which--that 3.the computer 前加 was 4. in whisper-- in whispers 或 in a whisper 5. delivered 后加 of 6. convince--convinced 7. in 删掉 8. before 后 加 being 9. stay-stayed 10.built--building V. 语法填空(10 分) 1.closer 2. invites 3. in 4. Inspired 5. its 6. mountainous 7.Therefore /Thus 8. were hung 9. sale 10. as/though IV. 短文改错(10 分) 1.increase 改 increasing 2.joined in 的 in 去掉 3. or 改 nor 4. us 改 them 5. make 改 take 6.How if 改 What if 7. Beside 改 Besides 8. break 后加 down 9. employed 改 unemployed 10.measure 改 measures V.书面表达 (20 分) Dear John, Glad to write to you ! I once attended a training course, through which I learned that in order to be a good volunteer, I should learn about body language as well as foreign languages. Now, I'd like to share it with you. Body language is used by people for sending messages to one another. It is very helpful because it can help make you easily understood. When you are talking with others, you are not just using words, but also using expressions and body movements. As we all know, every culture has its own body language. Take greetings for example, the French are open-minded, so they shake hands and kiss each other on each cheek when they meet people they know. Men from Middle East often stand close to other men to talk, but they will never touch women, they just nod at women. In general, people all over the world now greet each other by shaking hands, but the Japanese prefer to bow. Studying it will help reduce misunderstanding between peoples and avoid the difficulties in communication. So much for these, I do hope you can do well as a volunteer. Yours, Lihua 听力录音原稿: (Text 1 ) W: What? I’m fat? Look at yourself in the mirror.

M: Sorry, madam. That’s not really what I mean. I mean this size doesn’t’ fit you. (Text 2 ) W: You bought the yellow bag? I hate that colour. I think the black one is better. M: I had no choice. My mother likes it. I prefer the red one. (Text 3) M: My sister wanted me to lend her some money. But I’m short of money myself. I don’t know what I should do. W: Just tell her the truth, M: I’m afraid I can’t. Maybe I’ll ask Linda for help. (Text 4) M: It can do 24 pages a minute, so it’s really fast. W: Great. But I don’t know how to operate it. M: Just lift this and put what you want to copy in here. Make these choices. Then press the Start button. (Text 5) W: What’re you looking at, Paul? M: This is the picture I drew yesterday. W: No kidding. I thought you said you would go see a doctor. M: Yes, I was going to. But my uncle advised I draw whatever picture I wanted to. He said it is helpful to my sleeplessness. (Text 6) W:Good morning. You’re listening to CCHK. I’m Jane Snow. It’s a big day for Merry Kitty faithful fans. Thousands of people are queuing up at the entrance of the park. I’m standing with the first person, Mr Taylor, in the queue. I’ll have a brief talk with him. Good morning, Mr Taylor. What will you do after entering the park at 9:00? M: First, I’ll ride on the Space Rocket. Then, I’ll watch the 3D movie. And I’ll buy several Merry Kitty balloons for my daughters. (Text 7) M: I’d like to ask about the Master degree course in cultural studies. W: Ah, yes. M: How long will the course last? W: It’s a two-year course. M: Can I study by distance learning? W: Yes, the course is designed for distance learning. You have to be here for only three weeks. M: Well, could you tell me about the course? W: It’s about British culture, but what’s most important is the comparison with other cultures. You are British? M: Yes, I’m working as an English teacher in China, actually. (Text 8) M: How fast was the car travelling? W: Not every fast. Normal speed. M: So how did the car hit the cyclist? W: I think the cyclist was in the middle of the road to turn right, down where the car had come from, but I wouldn’t see any lights on his bike.

M: What about the car? W: Er, well, the car had lights on. Yes. M: Was the car on the wrong side of the road? W: No. M: So the accident happened here? W: Yes, that’s right. Right next to me. There was a big crash and then silence. I saw the cyclist in the road, unconscious, and the driver got out holding his head, so I phoned 999. (Text 9) W: Hello, Jerry. I have to choose the music for Parents’ Night. Would you like to help me? M: Sure. Where do you want to start? W: Well, for people of our age it’s no problem, we are familiar with each other and we know what we like. But the parents’ tastes are different. M: We’ll have to choose something different for each group, won’t we? W: That’s my problem. M: OK, let’s start with some rock’n’roll for the moms and dads. W: Right. And what about some jazz afterwards? Everyone likes that. M: Great idea! Hey, why don’t we do something like line dancing with country and western music? W: You mean where everyone lines up on the floor next to each other and does the same steps to the music. That should be a lot of fun and everyone—old and young—can join in. M: It looks like you have almost everything ready. Come on, I’ll treat you to a soda. W: Great! (Text 10) M: Before our trip to Westpark Zoo, I’d like you to write something for homework about a wild animal. Our trip is on Thursday, so I would like the homework on Wednesday. The trip is nine pounds and if you haven’t paid already, you must bring your money to school tomorrow. If you want to bring some money to spend, you can, but not more than five pounds. We get to the zoo at about eleven o’clock. Later on, we’re going on a special tour with a zoo guide so everyone needs to be at the entrance at twelve-thirty for the start of that. The guide will then take us to the zoo’s information centre before taking us to the insect house. Now, remember you mustn’t feed the zoo animals but of course you can watch staff giving them something to eat. The lions get their food at three o’clock and the elephants are given theirs at four. There’s a zoo shop. You can buy postcards and toys there if you want. There’s also a café where you can get some sandwiches.


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