2013 届高三调研测试试卷(七) 英 语 2013.01 本试卷分第Ⅰ卷(选择题)和第Ⅱ卷(非选择题)两部分。满分 120 分，考试时间 120 分钟。 第Ⅰ卷(选择题 共 85 分) 第一部分：听力(共两节，满分 20 分) 第一节(共 5 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 5 分) 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. What does the woman imply?
A. She plans to write a letter herself. B. She can't type the letter now. C. She has to turn down the man's request. ( )2. Where did the woman stay while she was in Brighton? A. She stayed in her friend's house. B. She camped outside. C. She lived near a school campus. ( )3. What do we learn from the conversation? A. Some students at the back can't hear the professor. B. The professor has changed his reading assignment. C. Some of the students are not on the professor's class list. ( )4. When will the train to London leave? A. At 11：35. B. At 11：45. C. At 12：00. ( )5. What does the woman mean? A. She doesn't like salad. B. She will do anything to help. C. She prefers making something else. 第二节(共 15 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 15 分) 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 7 题。 ( )6. How does the man usually do home shopping? A. By TV. B. By Internet. C. By mail order. ( )7. What does the man think of what he bought last year? A. It is unfit. B. It is expensive. C. It is unnecessary. 听第 7 段材料，回答第 8 至 9 题。 ( )8. Why did the man fail in an exam? A. Because he didn't work hard for it. B. Because the questions were too difficult. C. Because he didn't prepare carefully for it. ( )9. What will the woman do if she fails in an exam in her country? A. Take the exam again. B. Pay some money for it. C. Take the whole course again. 听第 8 段材料，回答第 10 至 12 题。
( )10. Who won the chess match? A. Carl. B. David. C. John. ( )11. How many players did John defeat during the chess match? A. 3. B. 12. C. 15. ( )12. What can we learn from the conversion? A. Carl came out the fifth. B. David played the worst. C. Carl and David are usually competitive. 听第 9 段材料，回答第 13 至 16 题。 ( )13. What is the woman's purpose? A. She wants the man to review the lessons before finals. B. She wants the man to go canoeing(划独木舟) with their classmates. C. She wants to borrow the man's camping equipment. ( )14. What is one of the attractions the woman tells the man about canoeing? A. This is their last break before the final exams. B. If it gets too hot they can swim. C. Many students will go，so he can know more people. ( )15. What does the man have to bring? A. Drinks. B. Food. C. A bathing suit. ( )16. What will the woman confirm with the man soon? A. The exact time when they'll set out. B. What he needs to bring. C. Whether he has decided to go or not. 听第 10 段材料，回答第 17 至 20 题。 ( )17. How does Mr. Stevenson make a living? A. He runs a store selling appliances(家用器具)． B. He is a sales manager. C. He is a master of ceremonies. ( )18. Why do many couples walk away after their inquiry? A. Because they fail to find their favorite models. B. Because they feel disappointed at the poor services. C. Because they just come to see the prices of the goods. ( )19. What did Mr. Stevenson assure the young couple? A. He will be with them whenever they need advice. B. He will be responsible for the quality of what he sells. C. He will offer them a free wedding ceremony. ( )20. What made the young couple decide to place an order? A. Stevenson's self－confidence. B. Stevenson's truthfulness. C. Stevenson's generosity. 第二部分：英语知识运用(共两节，满分 35 分) 第一节：单项填空(共 15 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 15 分) 请认真阅读下面各题，从题中所给的 A、B、C、D 四个选项中，选出最佳选项。 ( )21. — Do you know you will be fined 12 points if you run a red light? — ________？ I have always been a cautious driver. Bad news to you in fact!
A. No kidding B. How come C. So what D. No wonder
( )22. ________ the campus shooting that killed 20 first graders as the worst day of his presidency，President Barack Obama wants gun violence measures ______ in 2013. A. Recalling; passing B. To recall; passing C. Recalled; passed D. Recalling; passed ( )23. — You have never believed September 21， 2012 is the end of the world， have you? — ________. But how I wish it were true! A. Yes, I have B. Yes, I haven't C. No, it isn't D. No, I haven't ( )24. Dependable information has ruled out the possibility ________ she was taken away by the secret police. A. whether B. what C. that D. if ( )25. Guangdong Province, together with Beijing and Shanghai, ________ published plans to gradually allow migrant workers' children to enter senior high schools and ________ college entrance exams locally. A. has; sit B. have; seat C. has; seat D. have; sit ( )26. — Are you driving home for Spring Festival this year? — Sure. You knovv the government ______ to continue a toll－free policy for passenger cars. A. has promised B. was promised C. had promised D. is promised ( )27. All across India, people are all debating on ________ the country has a problem of violence against women and ________ to do with it. A. how; how B. why; what C. whether; how D. why; whether ( )28. The police have reached some ________ conclusions about the possible cause of the accident. The exact cause is still under investigation. A. authentic B. precise C. confidential D. tentative ( )29. If Tracy McGrady ________ the one－year contract to play in China for Qingdao， he wouldn't have lost so many matches. A. didn't sign B. wouldn't sign C. hadn't signed D. haven't sighed ( )30. — Hi, Dylan, have you made up your mind yet? — Well，________， I think I'm going to have my hair shaved. A. now and then B. more or less C. back and forth D. sooner or later ( )31. A dilemma is a problem offering two possibilities, ______ is practically acceptable. A. neither of which B. both of which C. either of them D. both of them ( )32. — I have looked for my keys everywhere, but I can't find them. — Sorry to hear that. You ________ them somewhere. A. must lose B. should lose C. should have lost D. must have lost ( )33. On AIDS Day, the minister of Health Department demanded that the problems ________ paid special attention to. A. referred to being B. referred to be C. refer to being D. refer to be ( )34. The father couldn't figure out ________ made his son spend so much time in preparing for this match. A. what it was that B. that it was what
C. it was what that D. what was it that ( )35. — I know my parents love me very much, but what did my brother say just now? — He was green with envy and said you were ________． A. your parents' feet of clay B. the salt of the earth to him C. the apple of your parents' eyes D. the fatted calf that your parents would kill 第二节：完形填空(共 20 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 20 分) 请认真阅读下面短文，从短文后各题所给的 A、B、C、D 四个选项中，选出最佳选项。 Socialization is the way in which children and adults learn from others. We begin learning from others during the early days of life; and most people continue their social learning all through life __36__ some mental or physical disability slows or stops the learning __37__. Sometimes the learning is __38__， as when we learn a new sport, art or musical technique from a friend. At other times, social learning is__39__， as when we learn not to drive too fast by receiving a large fine for __40__． Positive socialization is the type of social learning that is based on pleasurable and __41__ experiences. We tend to like the people who fill our socialization with __42__， loving care，and rewarding opportunities. Negative socialization __43__ when others use punishment，harsh criticisms or anger to try to “__44__ us a lesson；” and often we come to dislike both negative socialization and the people who __45__ it on us. There are all types of mixes of positive and negative socialization; and the more positive social learning experiences we have, the happier we ten to be—especially if we learn useful information that helps us deal with the __46__ of life. Our __47__ socialization helps explain a majority of who we are at present—what we think and feel, where we plan to go in life. But we are not __48__ by the things given to us by those learning experiences; we can take all our __49__ days and guide our future social learning in directions that we __50__. The more that we know about the socialization procedure, the more effective we can be in __51__ our future learning in the ways that will help us most. Because we were not able to __52__ our parents, we were not able to __53__ much of the first 10 or 20 years of our socialization. However，most people learn to __54__ their own socialization as they gain experience in life. It takes special skills to steer(掌舵) our own socialization, and many of us __55__ some of those skills naturally as we go through life but others may need to take some courses for those skills. ( )36. A. if B. since C. unless D. while ( )37. A. process B. methods C. progress D. period ( )38. A. tiresome B. fun C. burden D. effortless ( )39. A. worthwhile B. boring C. valuable D. painful ( )40. A. speeding B. drunk－driving C. casual－parking D. overload ( )41. A. practical B. exciting C. personal D. beneficial ( )42. A. motivation B. conversation C. information D. conclusion ( )43. A. occurs B. fails C. suffers D. enters ( )44. A. tell B. prepare C. draw D. teach ( )45. A. cheat B. test C. force D. request ( )46. A. opportunities B. conditions C. challenges D. pleasures ( )47. A. previous B. current C. positive D. negative ( )48. A. surprised B. limited C. shaped D. affected
( )49. A. happy B. healthy C. remaining D. past ( )50. A. doubt B. lose C. abandon D. value ( )51. A. directing B. describing C. damaging D. discovering ( )52. A. socialize B. select C. support D. blame ( )53. A. enjoy B. resist C. repeat D. control ( )54. A. influence B. quit C. continue D. break ( )55. A. put up B. pick up C. make up D. turn up 第三部分：阅读理解(共 15 小题；每小题 2 分，满分 30 分) 请认真阅读下列短文，从短文后各题所给的 A、B、C、D 四个选项中，选出最佳选项。 A East Coast－USA Bestway Travel U－S－A, U－S－A! Just $ 899 for 8 action－packed days touring the East Coast. Includes 7 nights of 4 & 5 star accommodation, tours, transport & more. Valued at $ 2， 388—incredible $1， 489 saving!
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A． C: Washington DC； E: Boston. B. C: Philadelphia; E: Niagara Falls. C. C: Niagara Falls; E: Boston. D. C: Boston; E: Washington DC. B Are extraverts really better leaders? Can an introvert be a good leader? Research has shown a consistent positive relationship between extraversion and leadership. In groups of strangers，such as a jury(评审团), extraversion predicts who will be selected foreperson of the jury. It's actually likely to be the person who talks the most，and that person is probably an extravert. So, extraverts are more likely to be chosen for leadership positions (what we call leader “emergence”)． There is also a positive relationship (although a weaker one) between extraversion and leader effectiveness, particularly evaluated effectiveness of leaders. So it appears that extraverts have_an_edge,_but does this mean that introverts can't be good leaders? Of course not ! Many successful leaders are introverted, for example Abraham Lincoln, Gandhi, and in business, Bill Gates and Warren Buffett. One of the best company presidents that I've known was easily the most introverted person among his executive team, but he was very successful and his colleagues admired his “quiet reserve and confidence”. So what is the critical factor that both extraverts and introverts need to emerge as a leader and to be effective?
Our research has suggested that the key element is good interpersonal, or social, skills. In one study， looked at the relationship of extraversion to leadership emergence and effectiveness we and found that the advantage that extraverts had disappeared when we put social skills into the equation(方程式). In other words，only extraverts who possessed social skills were effective leaders. Good interpersonal skills are critical whether the leader is an extravert or an introvert. In addition， know that we are more likely to choose leaders who look like their prototypes we of leaders—they speak well, interact well with others, and just look “leader－like”. Extraverts just naturally look more like a prototypical(典型的) leader, particularly political leaders, than do introverts. Think of the U．S. presidential campaign where presidential hopefuls were evaluated for how much each looked like he or she could be the Commander－in－Chief. The key to leadership success then is to develop the people skills needed to look like a leader, but to also develop the good leader－follower relationships that are necessary for success. If you possess these skills，introversion and extraversion don't matter very much. ( )59. What do the underlined words “have an edge” in the third paragraph mean?
A. Lack effectiveness. B. Have an advantage. C. Are less confident. D. Are more aggressive. ( )60. What can we infer from the passage? A. There is a positive relationship between introversion and leadership. B. The more introverted leaders in a team are，the more admired they will be. C. Good interpersonal skills play a key role in making people effective leaders. D. Political leaders are more likely to be extroverts than introverts. ( )61. Why does the author mention the U．S. presidential election campaign? A. To indicate the importance of developing people skills. B. To show the advantages of being introverted people. C. To tell readers how to become a prototypical leader. D. To suggest the uniqueness of being political leaders. ( )62. The author writes the passage mainly to ________． A. compare the differences of introversion and extroversion B. encourage its readers to be more introverted C. argue that introverts can also be good leaders D. inform readers how to become a good leader C It was a sunny holiday Monday. Olivier Ferrante was cooking sausages on the barbecue and entertaining friends in his garden north of Paris when the phone rang. The call came from the BEA, France's air accidents investigation bureau(调查局), where the 38－year－old former football player and driver was an investigator. The news was grim. “An Airbus is missing over the Atlantic: we need you.” As a safety investigator，Ferrante and his teams had participated, directly and indirectly，in the recovery of crashed planes from the Red Sea, the Black Sea，and every ocean. But this investigation would be his toughest ever: the plane had disappeared without a witness, or a trace on radar(雷达)． At least eight ships and a dozen military aircraft gathered on the plane's last known position,
about halfway between Brazil and Western Africa. After six days the aircraft's tail fin(尾翼) and 50 bodies were spotted on the surface and the first burning questions were answered. The plane wreckage(残骸) and passenger injuries indicated the doomed Airbus was unbroken when it hit the water. It was not exploded apart by a bomb or lightning, now broken up by violent weather. Strangely, no mayday(求救) message had been sent by its pilots. Ferrante worked energetically with his team：collecting offers of help from around the world, consulting navy ministries and research organizations in France and elsewhere, and contracting suitable ships and high－tech equipment. He would not return home for another 29 days. His team used the Autonomous Underwater Vehicle(AUV) operated around the clock, searching about 400 square kilometers a day. But the race against time was lost and no signals were heard and no more wreckage was found. Day after day, the screen remained bare except for objects that turned out to be stones or garbage from ships. Stressed by media attention and painful meetings with victims' relatives，Ferrante went jogging one day to clear his head. Then he had an idea. He decided to look at what had happened to nine other planes that crashed after something abruptly went wrong while flying at high altitude. He found that none had traveled more than 30 km before hitting the sea; most covered less than half that distance. AUV operations continued but now they focused on a 30 km circle around the plane's last known position. On the ninth day of the new－strategy searching, after searching for 22 months, their hard work paid off finally. The first thing they saw was a woman's handbag. Next，they saw bits of twisted aircraft parts and a panel(平板) with “AF” painted on it. Without a doubt，this was the missing Aribus，lying 11 km northeast of its last known position, but nobody felt much like cheering the discovery. “The screen also exposed well－preserved human bodies，and for some of us they were hard to look at，” says Ferrante. ( )63. What happened to the plane? A. It exploded 11 km northeast of its last known position. B. It was seen crashed over the Atlantic Ocean. C. Something was wrong with its tail fin so that it went missing. D. It was flying at high altitude before going missing. ( )64. What made it take so long a time to find the missing Airbus? A. The investigators were not working hard as it was holiday time. B. No mayday message was sent by its pilots before crashing. C. Not enough investigating force was put into the searching work. D. The strategy used in the first stage of the search was not effective. ( )65. Which of the following about Olivier Ferrante can NOT be evidenced in the story? A. Devoted. B. Intelligent. C. Experienced. D. Considerate. ( )66. Based on the passage，which of the following is most probably true? A. All of the people on the plane did not survive this air crash. B. The crashed Airbus plane belonged to Air France. C. No media were watching the search after many failures. D. The bodies of victims were hard to recognize. D
Beautiful people are indeed happier，a new study says，but not always for the same reasons. For handsome men， extra kicks are more likely to come from economic benefits， increased the like wages, while women are more likely to find joy just looking in the mirror. “Women feel that beauty is naturally important，” says Daniel Hamermesh，a University of Texas at Austin labor economist and the study's lead author. “They just feel bad if they're ugly.” Hamermesh is the acknowledged father of pulchronomics, or the economic study of beauty. It can be a dangerous job. He once made angry an audience of young Mormon(魔门教) women, many of whom wished to stay home with future children, by explaining that homemakers tend to be less attractive than their working－girl peers(同伴). “Since beautiful women tend to be paid more，they have more motivation to stay in the work force，” he says. The pursuit of good looks drives several huge industries—in 2010, Americans spent $845 million on face－lifts alone—but few economists focused on beauty's financial power until the mid－1990s，when Hamermesh and his colleague, Jeff Biddle of Michigan State University, became the first scholars to track the effect of appearance on earnings potential for a large sample(样本) of adults. Like many other desirable commodities(商品), “beauty is rare，” Hamermesh says, “and that rareness commands a price.” A handsome man is estimated to make 13 percent more during his career than a “looks－ challenged” peer, according to calculations in Hamermesh's recent book, Beauty Pays. Interestingly, the net benefit is slightly less for pretty women, who may make up the difference by trading on their looks to marry men with higher earning potential. And some studies have shown that attractive people are more likely to be hired in a recession(经济衰退)． Hamermesh argues that “there's not much we can do to improve our pulchritude(美丽)”. There are even studies suggesting that for every dollar spent on cosmetic(化妆品) products， only 4 cents returns as salary—making lipstick a truly awful investment. ________. One 2006 study showed that the less beautiful may actually profit from their lack of looks. People tend to expect less from the unattractive, so when they go beyond those low expectations they are rewarded. And the beautiful ones are often primarily held to a higher standard— “then hit with a ‘beauty penalty' if they fail to deliver.” Hamermesh says. ( )67. What is the best title of this passage? A. How Much Does Being Attractive Cost? B. How Much Is Being Attractive Worth? C. How Can We Make Use of Our Beauty? D. How Happy Do Attractive People Feel? ( )68. Which of the following is right according to the passage? A. Handsome men are happier because they can make profits from their pulchritude. B. House wives are usually less beautiful and thus less motivated than their working peers. C. Beauty's financial power has long been noticed historically as a most desirable commodity. D. Beautiful women usually make more as they can trade their looks to wealthy and handsome men. ( )69. What is the topic sentence of the last paragraph? A. But inborn beauty isn't always profitable. B. But people always desire to be more beautiful. C. But inborn beauties don't need to improve themselves. D. But being more attractive deserves great efforts. ( )70. Which one of the following words of Hamermesh's can best explain the fact that
attractive people are more likely to be hired in a recession? A. “Women feel that beauty is naturally important，” B. “Beauty is rare，and that rareness commands a price.” C. “There's not much we can do to improve our pulchritude.” D. “??， then hit with a ‘beauty penalty’ if they fail to deliver.” 第Ⅱ卷(非选择题 共 35 分) 第五部分：任务型阅读(共 10 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 10 分) 请认真阅读下列短文，并根据所读内容在文章后表格中的空格里填入一个最恰当的单 词。注意：每个空格只填 1 个单词。 Human capital(资金) flight, more commonly referred to as “brain drain”， is the large－scale emigration(移民) of a large group of individuals with technical skills or knowledge. Although the term originally referred to technology workers leaving a nation, the meaning has broadened into the departure of educated and professional people from one country，economic sector，or field for another，usually for better pay or living conditions. Brain drain is usually regarded as an economic cost，since emigrants usually take with them the part of value of their training sponsored by the government or other organizations. The contrary phenomenon is “brain gain”， which occurs when there is a large－scale immigration of technically qualified persons. The term itself was coined by the Royal Society(英国皇家学会) to describe the emigration of “scientists and technologists” to North America from post－war Europe. Another source indicates that this term was first used in the United Kingdom to describe the influx(流入) of Indian scientist and engineers. The reasons usually include two aspects which respectively(分别地) come from countries and individuals. In terms of countries， reasons may be social environment such as lack of the opportunities, political instability, economic depression, health risks，etc. in source countries and rich chances， political stability and freedom， developed economy， better living conditions, etc. in host countries. In terms of individual reasons, there is family influence(overseas relatives ), and personal preference: preference for exploring，ambition for an improved career，etc. Brain drain is common amongst developing nations，where marketable skills were not financially rewarded. With rapid GDP growth and a higher degree of openness towards the rest of the world， China has also been facing brain drain. There has been upsurge in Chinese emigration to Western countries－particularly the United States，Canada and Australia—since the mid－first decade of the 21st century. China became the biggest worldwide contributor of emigrants in 2007. According to the official Chinese media，65，000 Chinese secured immigration or permanent resident status(地位) in the United States, 25， 000 in Canada and 15， 000 in Australia. The largest group of emigrants consists of professionals and experts with a middle－class background，who are the backbone(骨干) for the development of China. However，in recent years, China's rapid development and the increasing number of international companies registering to do business in China have led many Chinese living abroad to swap their lives there for a new life back in China. According to the government statistics， more than 130 thousand people came back in 2010， more in the following years. Better jobs, special and government policies and more chances to make use of the experience and skills gained abroad
have made the future look bright indeed for the overseas Chinese coming home.
Brain Drain：A Special Phenomenon Across the World Passage outline Supporting details ◇Originally referring to large － scale emigration of (72)______ and knowledgeable individuals for better pay or living conditions ◇Broadened into the departure of professional people who received good (73)______ from one country, economic sector, or field for another ◇Regarded as an economic cost ◇First used in the UK, one (75)______ the emigration of “scientists and technologists” to North America from post － war (76)______ countries; another the influx of Indian scientist and engineers ◇From countries: social environment in the countries which (77)______ from “brain drain” ◇ From individuals: family influence and personal preference ◇There has been an increase in Chinese emigration to Western countries since 2005 ◇ China(78)______ the most to brain drain worldwide in 2007，with 65，000 to the United States, 25，000 to Canada and 15，000 to Australia, (79)______ of whom were professionals and experts with a middle－class background ◇However，recently more and more Chinese overseas are (80)______ home thanks to the better jobs，special government policies and more chances to make use of the experience and skills gained abroad in their home country
(74)______ of the term
Brain drain in China
第六部分 书面表达(25 分) 目前， 许多学校高三英语学习的现状是学生在教师的指引下大量做高考模拟练习题。 假 设你班就这一做法展开了一场讨论。 请你根据下表所提示的信息， 用英语写一篇报道给校刊， 呈现正反双方观点并表达自己的看法。
1. 具有针对性，有利于学生取得高分 2. 做练习题也是语言学习 1. 做试卷不是学习如何运用语言，而是学习 如何考试 2. 教师应当授人以渔，而不仅仅授人以鱼 ●请根据自己的实际感受答题 ●无论赞成、反对或是折中，请至少呈现两 点与所给要点不同的理由支撑自己的观点
注意： 1. 对所给要点都要涉及，可以适当发挥。不要简单翻译。 2. 词数 150 左右。开头已经写好，不计入总词数。 3. 文中不得提及考生所在学校和本人姓名。 4. 参考词汇：高考 NMET；针对性 pertinence Since we entered Grade Three， instead of learning from textbooks and other language sources, students in my class have been guided by the teacher to practice a large amount of test papers over and over again. Opinions are divided in our class.________ ________ ________ ________
2013 届高三调研测试试卷(七)(常州) 英语参考答案及听力材料 听力 1～5 BBCBC 6～10 CCBAC 11～15 BCBBC 16～20 AACBB 单项填空 21～25 CDDCA 26～30 ABDCD 31～35 ADBAC 完形填空 36～40 CABDA 41～45 BAADC 46～50 CABCD 51～55 ABDAB 阅读理解 56～40 BAABC 61～65 ACDDD 66～70 BBAAB 任务型阅读 71. Definition 72. skilled 73. education 74. Origin/Sources 75. describing 76. European 77. suffer 78. contributed 79. most 80. returning/coming/back One Possible Version： Since we entered Grade Three, instead of learning from textbooks and other language sources, students in my class have been guided by the teacher to practice a large amount of test papers over and over again. Opinions are divided in our class. To those who agree, this practice can help students achieve high scroes in NMET due to its high pertinence. They also believe students can get knowledge about English by doing exercises. However, many others argue that doing test papers is not learning how to use English but leraning how to pass exams. They strongly hold teachers should teach students how to fish, not just give them fish to feed on. To me, it is not worthwhile to do so many test papers. Firstly, nothing can be more tedious to us teenagers than the endless repetition of doing exercises of the same pattern. Secondly, these exercises contribute nothing to our language ability, even little to our passing NMET. After all, NMET is never testing the exercises we have done, but new ones we've never seen before. Only if we have developed English ability can we achieve high in NMET, and in future use of English as well. 听力材料 Text 1 M：Jessica，could you type this letter for me? W：Sorry. The computer broke down this morning. I'll do it for you as soon as I fix it. Text 2 M：I see you enjoyed your holidays in Brighton. Where did you stay，in a hotel? W：No. We camped near the mountains. And some friends went with us there. Text 3 W：Professor Neon，a few of us at the back didn't get the copy of your reading assignment. M：Well，there are only 38 names on my class list，and I didn' t bring any spare copies. Text 4 M：Excuse me. Does this train go to London? W： this is the 11： service to Rochester. There's a London train standing at Platform No. No， 35 12 which leaves at 11：45. Text 5
M：Everybody is helping out with dinner. Would you make the salad? W：Anything but that. Text 6 W： Hello. I'm from Sound Bytes Radio and I'm doing a survey about home shopping. Could I ask you a few questions? M：A survey about home shopping? Sure. W：Thank you. Are you a home shopper? Do you use the Internet or watch the shopping Channel? M： No， like to look through catalogues and do mail order. Recently， been receiving I I've a lot of catalogues and they have some attractive things in them. In fact，sometimes I even order things I don' need. W：Like what? M： Well， year， ordered a heavy jacket with a hat， it cost only 300 dollars but it has last I and never gotten cold enough to wear it. I should never buy something out of a sudden desire. Hey, do you want to buy it? W：Oh，no，thanks. But thank you for answering my questions. Text 7 W：What's up? You look a bit down. M：I got the results of my end－of－year exams this morning. I failed one. W： Oh， What happened? I thought you really worked very hard and went over everything no. carefully. M：I did. But the questions were too hard for me. W：Can you take it again? M：Yeah, but I have to take the course again next year. W：What? You have to repeat the whole year? M：Yes, it's quite normal, isn't it? W：Not in my country. If we fail in an exam at university，we usually get a chance to take the exam again. But we don't have to take the whole course again. M：Well，here you have to take the whole course. And pay for it，of course. Text 8 M：Hello，Julia. Have you heard about the chess match? W：Not yet, anything special? M：Well, I suppose you would never be able to guess who came out first. W：Was it Carl，or David? These two are very competitive. M：I'm afraid you got the wrong ones. The champion was John. It was a real surprise to everybody. He beat 12 other players, lost only 3，and played no draws. W：John is lucky. How about Carl and David? M：Well，Carl only played seventh，and David was better. He played fifth. W：Anyway, I'm still wondering how John could be so successful. M：I don't know, either. But I heard that both Carl and David were suffering from the flu at that time. Text 9 W：Hey, Neal, now that the midterms are over, we are getting away for the weekend to go canoeing. You want to come along?
M：Well，um, it'd be great to get away，but I've never done it before. W：None of the others have, either，except me. I went once last fall. But there'll be an instructor in each canoe the first day. This is our last chance to take a break before the finals. M：I don't know. W： Oh， come on. The scenery is beautiful, and if it gets too hot， can dive in whenever we we feel like it. M：What would I have to bring? W：Let's see. Tom is bringing food for the Friday night cookout for everyone. And the people who run the trip have tents set up and they supply food and drinks for all day Saturday. On the way back Sunday morning, we'll stop somewhere for breakfast. So, you just have to bring a bathing suit and a sleeping bag. M：Well, I do love camping and sleeping out. Where is this place? W： Well, it's about an hour and a half to the place where we meet the trip leader. We leave our car there and they drive us and the canoes upriver to the places where we start canoeing. M：And when will we set out on Friday? W：I'll give you a call to tell you later today. Text 10 Mr. Stevenson was the owner of a general appliance store. He had seen many newly－weds coming into his store to shop for their first refrigerator, washer and dryer，and air－conditioner. Pen and pencil in hand， they would ask him a lot of questions about price， features and after－sale services, but they would usually walk away at the end of their inquiry. The other day a young couple came into his store. They asked him all the usual questions and he answered all of them patiently. But when he suggested an order at the end, they replied firmly，“We'll have to look around other places first.” Although feeling a bit disappointed, Mr. Stevenson did not show it. Instead, he smiled, moved closer and said, “I know you will go to Discount Dan to look at the price tags. That's perfectly understandable. I do the same. In fact, they sell the same stuff as we do. But if you buy things there，there is something you will not get. And that is me. I come with everything I sell. I've been in the business for thirty years and in a few years' time，I'm going to give my stores to my daughter and son－in－law. I hope they will carry on the family business. I stand behind everything I sell and I will make sure that you will never regret buying things from me.” After this short speech, Mr. Stevenson offered the young couple some ice－cream to thank them for their interest. Impressed by his honesty and sincerity，the young couple decided to place an order.