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北京四中 2008~2009 学年上学期期中考试高三英语试卷
满分 150 分,时间 120 分钟。 第一卷(三部分,共 115 分) 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) 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。每段对话你将听一遍。 1. Why couldn’t the woman give the man some help? A. She is quite busy right now. B. She doesn’t like grammar at all. C. She is poor at grammar, too, 2. What happened to the man? A. He had to do others’ jobs. B. Nobody would like to help him. C. He had to take Jane to hospital. 3. What do we learn from the conversation? A. The woman likes the dyed hair. B. The man dislikes some young people have their hair dyed. C. Many Chinese have their hair dyed, except old people. 4. What is the man going to do? A. Go shopping and buy a pair of new trousers, B. Have his old clothes changed. C. Go to a tailor’s and have a new pair of pants made. 5. What did the man mean? A. He wanted a table near the window. B. He wanted a quiet place. C. He wanted to sit near the window to discuss something. 第二节(共 15 小题;每小题 1.5 分,满分 22.5 分) 听下面 6 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。听完每段对话或独白前。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。每段对话读两遍。 听第 6 段材料,回答第 6、7 题。 6. The man has been treated with ___________. A. tea B. a dinner C. coffee 7. Why was the man leaving? A. He was already late. B. He was going to be late. C. He had finished the meal. 听第 7 段材料,回答第 8、9 题。 咨询电话:4008110818 简单学习网

http://www.jiandan100.cn/g3/ 8. When does the conversation take place? A. In the morning. B. In the afternoon. C. In the evening. 9. Who is the visitor? A. Mr. Baker. B. Mrs. Jones. C. Andrew Jones. 听第 8 段材料,回答第 10 至 11 题。 10. The bank is on __________. A. the first floor B. the second floor C. the third floor 11. The bank is open from Monday to Friday __________. A. from 9:00 till 3:00 B. from 9:30 till 3:30 C. from 9:30 till 3:00 听第 9 段材料,回答第 12 至 14 题。 12. What class does the girl want to take? A. Exercise class. B. Dance class. C. Language class. 13. How many classes are there in the afternoon? A. One. B. Two. C. Three. 14. Which class does the girl take? A. Morning class. B. Afternoon class. C. Evening class. 听第 10 段材料,回答第 15 至 17 题。 15. What did the man do yesterday? A. He had a rest. B. He took some exams. C. He looked for jobs. 16. Why does the man want a job? A. Because he needs money. B. Because he needs experience. C. Because he is out of work now. 17. Where can Mark find job information? A. On television. 咨询电话:4008110818

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http://www.jiandan100.cn/g3/ B. In the paper. C. Over the radio. 听第 11 段材料,回答第 18 至 20 题。 18. Which of the following is true about Mrs. Weston? A. She is a widow (寡妇) living alone. B. She lives in a nursing home with her husband. C. She is a widow living in a nursing home. 19. Which of the following statements is not true? A. She likes sitting in the park watching the world go by. B. She likes reading and writing letters by herself. C. She enjoys window-shopping. 20. What does she like to do after lunch? A. She likes to take a rest. B. She likes to be taken out in her wheelchair or in a car. C. She likes to stay indoors.

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第二部分:知识运用(共两节,满分 45 分) 第一节:单项填空(共 15 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 15 分) 从每题所给的 A、B、C、D 四个选项中,选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项。 21. There is no healthier or more enjoyable activity than on ________horseback on ________ fine morning. A. a, a B. 不填, a C. a, 不填 D. 不填, 不填 22. This old tree looks high and strong, but __________its trunk is empty. A. actually B. truly C. surely D. really 23. Clothing made of man-made materials has certain advantages over __________made of natural ones like cotton, wool or silk. A. one B. what C. that D. the ones 24. The speech the minister made on TV __________ the education reform made both teachers and students excited. A. being concerned B. to concern C. concerned D. concerning 25. It even leaves the scientists in wonder _________ they should call the newly-born creature, which looks half-human and half-animal. A. that B. why C. what D. how 26. --Fined $100! Sir, you know you _________100 km per hour, don’t you? --No, I can’t have done that, for my car doesn’t do 80. A. have driven B. had driven C. are driving D. were driving 27. He had to be called two or three times _________he would come to his dinner. 咨询电话:4008110818 简单学习网

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A. before B. when C. until D. as 28. Strangely, a gentleman like him sometimes _________behave rudely in public. A. should B. ought to C. could D. might 29. __________in gardening and volunteering work, Mrs. Black leads a busy and rich life at her old age. A. Employing B. Employed C. To employ D. Being employed 30. We had thought Carla would say a lot about her job interview, but she __________it. A. doesn’t mention B. didn’t mention C. hasn’t mentioned D. hadn’t mentioned 31. Little Oliver can always _________his parents, who will give him whatever he asks for. A. get away B. get round C. get down D. get up 32. Nowadays teenagers like to go to the fast food restaurants, _________, as the name says, eating doesn’t take much time. A. which B. who C. where D. that 33. I really don’t know_________ John lost his newly-bought bicycle. A. when was it that B. where it was that C. that was it when D. it was where that 34. --Shall I give you a ride as it is much too late now? --Thank you. _________. A. It couldn’t be better B. Of course, you can C. If you like D. It’s up to you 35. --Where can we get your new science fiction? --I’m sorry, it _________and will come out next month. A. has printed B. has been printing C. is printed D. is being printed 第二节 完形填空(共 20 小题:每小题 1.5 分,共 30 分) 阅读下面短文,掌握其大意,从每题所给的 A、B、C、D 四个选项中,选出最佳选项。 Cure for Sorrow There is an old story telling about a woman whose only son died in an accident. In her ____36____, she went to the wise man that is always ____37____ for his wisdom in her town and said, “What advice or what ____38____ ways do you have to bring my son back to life? I will ____39____ you with all I have if you can.” Instead of sending her away or ____40____ with her, he said to her, “Fetch me a mustard (芥 末) seed from a home that has never ____41____ sorrow. We will use it to drive the sorrow out of your life.” The woman went off at once in ____42____ of that magical mustard seed. She came first to a splendid apartment, ____43____ at the door, and said in a(n) ____44____ voice, “I am looking for a home that has never known sorrow. Is this such a(n) ____45____ that I want? It is very important to me.” 咨询电话:4008110818 简单学习网

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____46____, she didn’t get what she wanted, even without a single word of ____47____. They told her that she had come to the wrong place. And they began to ____48____ all the tragic things that recently had happened to them. The woman said to herself, “Who is better able to help these poor, ____49____ people than I, though I also have had misfortune of my own?” She ____50____ to comfort them till they ____51____. Then she went on searching for a home that had never known sorrow. But ____52____ she turned up, in small cottages or in other places, she found one ____53____ after another of sadness and misfortune. She became so ____54____ in helping other people out of their sorrow that finally she forgot about her quest for the special mustard seed, in fact, never ____55____ that it had driven the sorrow out of her life. 36. A. joy B. danger C. belief D. sorrow 37. A. envied B. considered C. respected D. treated 38. A. strange B. magical C. valuable D. important 39. A. reward B. supply C. provide D. award 40. A. quarreling B. discussing C. reasoning D. arguing 41. A. suffered B. known C. obtained D. forgotten 42. A. honor B. favor C. need D. search 43. A. knocked B. broke C. stood D. pointed 44. A. excited B. confident C. sad D. urgent 45. A. place B. answer C. apartment D. person 46. A. Luckily B. Immediately C. Gradually D. Unfortunately 47. A. praise B. Respect C. comfort D. encouragement 48. A. exchange B. describe C. simplify D. decorate 49. A. unfortunate B. unfriendly C. unimportant D. unfamiliar 50. A. planned B. managed C. continued D. stayed 51. A. settle down B. break down C. calm down D. get down 52. A. wherever B. whatever C. however D. whenever 53. A. excuse B. tale C. lie D. reason 54. A. curious B. puzzled C. worried D. involved 55. A. recognizing B. realizing C. remembering D. wondering 第三部分:阅读理解(共 20 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 40 分) 阅读下列短文,从每篇短文后所给各题的四个选项(A、B、C 和 D)中,选出最佳选 项。 A When Paul was a boy growing up in Utah, he happened to live near a copper smelter (炼铜 厂), and the chemicals that poured out had made a wasteland out of what used to be a beautiful forest. One day a young visitor looked at this wasteland and called it an awful area. Paul knocked him down. From then on, something happened inside him. Years later Paul was back in the area, and he went to the smelter office. He asked if they had any plans or if they would let him try to bring the trees back. The answer from that big industry was “No.” Paul then went to college to study the science of plants. Unfortunately, his teachers said there weren’t any birds or squirrels to spread the seeds. It would be a waste of his life to try to do it. 咨询电话:4008110818 简单学习网

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Everyone knew that, he was told. Even if he was knowledgeable as he had expected, he wouldn’t get his idea accepted. Paul later got married and had some kids. But his dream would not die. And then one night he did what he could with what he had. As Samuel Johnson wrote, “It is common to overlook what is near by keeping the eye fixed on something remote. Attainable good is often ignored by minds busied in wide ranges.” Under the cover of darkness, he went secretly into the wasteland and started planting. And every week, he made his secret journey into the wasteland and planted trees and grass. For fifteen years he did this against the plain common sense. Slowly rabbits appeared. Later, as there was legal pressure to clean up the environment, the company actually hired Paul to do what he was already doing. Now the place is fourteen thousand acres of trees and grass and bushes, and Paul has received almost every environmental award Utah has. It took him until his hair turned white, but he managed to keep that impossible vow he made to himself as a child. 56. When Paul was a boy, ________. A. he had decided never to leave his hometown B. the economy of Utah depended wholly on the copper smelter C. no laws were made to protect the environment against pollution D. he had determined to stop the copper smelter polluting the area 57. Why did Paul go to college to study the science of plants? A. He wanted to find out the best way to save the area himself. B. He was interested in planting trees since he was young. C. He wanted to get more knowledgeable people to help him. D. He thought his knowledge would make his advice more persuasive. 58. What does the underlined phrase “the plain common sense” probably refer to? A. That it was impossible for trees to grow on the wasteland. B. That his normal work and life would be greatly affected. C. That no one would like to join him in the efforts. D. That he had to keep everything he did secret. 59. The message of the passage is that ________. A. action speaks louder than words B. perseverance (持之以恒) will work wonders C. God helps those who help themselves D. many hands make light work B Amazed zoo visitors watch as an orangutan (猩猩) named Bonnie swings along cables way above their heads. She’s not making a great ape escape; she’s taking a “highway” to higher learning. Bonnie is traveling on the Orangutan Transit System, called the O-Line, at the National Zoo in Washington, D.C. The O-Line stretches from the Great Ape House, where Bonnie lives, to an exhibit called Think Tank. There she and other orangutans participate in a study trying to answer the questions: Do animals think? If so, how? Think Tank scientists look for clues that an animal is thinking. A baby orangutan following 咨询电话:4008110818 简单学习网

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its mother is probably not thinking. But an orangutan using a stick to reach honey in a beehive probably is thinking. It’s figuring out how to obtain a sweet treat. To learn more about what the orangutans are thinking, Think Tank scientists are teaching orangutans a language of symbols. The apes don’t actually speak. They point to the symbols to show their thoughts. Each symbol stands for a word. Different categories of the symbols have their own shapes. Food symbols, for example, are rectangles(矩形); object symbols are circles; and verbs are diamonds. Computers help the orangutans learn the symbolic language. After the apes are shown an apple, for example, their task is to touch the apple symbol on a computer screen. They can do so. All six orangutans have learned a few symbols, but only Azy and Indah have learned eight symbols and can use the computer. Azy and Indah choose to live at Think Tank. The others commute (往返) from the Great Ape House on the O-Line. All attend Think Tank sessions, though none are made to do so. “They’re eager to learn”, one of the scientists says. “They never turn me down!” 60. What is the main idea of the passage? A. Scientists are doing research on whether animals can think and how they think. B. Biologists have found that orangutans are more intelligent than other animals. C. Orangutans at the National Zoo can be taught to communicate with humans easily. D. Animals are being taught by scientists to speak to one another at the National Zoo. 61. The Orangutan Transit System refers to ___________. A. a way that can teach animals to learn things and communicate quickly B. a place for various animals in the National Zoo to participate in the study C. a walkway for the orangutans to travel to different sections of the zoo D. a line for the orangutans to travel between the Great Ape House and the Think Tank 62. According to the passage, scientists use a system of symbols to help ___________. A. find out which orangutan can learn the symbolic language fast B. attract all the orangutans to live together at Think Tank C. communicate with the orangutans and understand them better D. understand whether animals can learn a language and express themselves by using it 63. It can be inferred from the passage that A. a baby orangutan has his own intention though following his mother B. many animals in the wild can learn symbolic languages to express their thoughts C. the cleverer the animals are, the more knowledge they would like to learn D. orangutans can form mental images in their minds when they see objects C Dear Editor, Brockingham is run by people who are more interested in tourists than its residents. The problem is that the people running the government refuse to accept new ideas. By banning (禁止) all fast-food restaurants and discount stores, they take away all the places kids can afford to shop. These people forget that when they were young, they could go to the South Street Soda Fountain and get an ice-cream soda for 25 cents. Today you can’t find an ice-cream soda anywhere in Brockingham for less than $2! Where can kids go for a snack? 咨询电话:4008110818 简单学习网

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There is not a single restaurant in Brockingham where a family of four can eat dinner for less than $100. Add a 15% tip and sales tax and you have spent nearly $125 to eat a meal you could prepare at home for about $12. Have you noticed that Brockingham families never dine in Brockingham? Fast-food restaurants are also a good place for school kids to get an after-school job. Fast-food restaurants are busiest during the early supper hours when students are able to work, whereas the fancy food restaurants cater to late-night diners. Working in one of these establishments requires working shifts that are too late for most students. The City Council claims that local merchants, rather than national chains, should benefit from the tourist business. I agree that it is important to support local businesses, but I think the fast-food restaurants would encourage more people to shop in Brockingham. Another thing that disturbs me is that we must travel 25 miles to the nearest discount store. If I need a tire for my bike, I have a choice of buying one at Surf and Peddle Sport Shop for $15 or driving to Parkersburg Discount Center where I can buy the same kind of tire for $9. Again, I think the ban on all food chains and discount houses is counterproductive for our city. Wes Woodrow 9th-Grade Student at Brockingham High School 64. Why does Wes Woodrow write this letter to the editor? A. Because the government bans all fast-food restaurants and discount stores in Brockingham. B. Because the writer can’t find an ice-cream soda anywhere in Brockingham for less than $2. C. Because a family of four can’t find a restaurant in Brockingham to eat dinner for less than $100. D. Because the writer has to travel 25 miles to the nearest discount store. 65. From the letter we can infer that ____________. A. the writer used to buy a lot of ice-cream soda B. the students refuse to work in fancy food restaurants C. the government’s ban benefits local merchants much D. discount stores usually offer a discount of 40% 66. The underlined word “counterproductive” in paragraph 6 of the letter probably means ____________. A. cheap, not expensive B. surprising, not expected C. harmful, not helpful D. doubtful, not sure 67. One way the writer of this letter tries to convince the reader is by ____________. A. complaining that someone has to drive him to Parkersburg B. getting an after-school job in fast-food restaurant himself C. suggesting that many businessmen have the same opinion D. giving specific examples of the high costs in Brockingham D When families gather for Christmas dinner, some will stick to formal traditions dating back to Grandma’s generation. Their tables will be set with the good dishes and silver, and the dress code will be Sunday-best. 咨询电话:4008110818 简单学习网

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But in many other homes, this china-and-silver custom has given way to a stoneware (粗 陶)-and-stainless informality, with dresses appearing an equally casual-Friday look. For hosts and guests, the change means greater simplicity and comfort. For makers of fine china in Britain, it means economic hard times. Last week Royal Doulton, the largest employer in Stoke-on-Trent, announced that it is cutting down 1,000 jobs-one-fifth of its total workforce. That brings to more than 4,000 the number of positions lost in 18 months in the pottery (陶瓷) region. Wedgwood and other pottery factories made cuts earlier. Although a strong pound and weak markets in Asia play a role in the downsizing, the layoffs in Stoke have their roots in earthshaking social shifts. A spokesman for Royal Doulton admitted that the company “has been somewhat slow in catching up with the trend” toward casual dining. Families eat together less often, he explained, and more people eat alone, either because they are single or they eat in front of television. Even dinner parties, if they happen at all, have gone casual. In a time of long work hours and demanding family schedules, busy hosts insist, rightly, that it’s better to share a takeout pizza on paper plates in the family room than to wait for the perfect moment or a “real” dinner party. Too often, the perfect moment never comes. Iron a fine-patterned tablecloth? Forget it. Polish the silver? Who has time? Yet the loss of formality has its down side. The fine points of table manners that children might once have learned at the table by observation or instruction from parents and grandparents (“Chew with your mouth closed”. “Keep your elbows off the table.”) must be picked up elsewhere. 68. In Britain, the formal traditions at family dinner _________. A. show people’s respect for the older generations B. are mainly preferred in families of the upper class C. have a long history and are valued by some people D. will be deserted completely with the development of economy 69. Royal Doulton in the third paragraph must be _________. A. the manager of a fine china factory B. a company that produces fine china C. an organization that determines the use of workforce D. a large region in Britain famous for producing china 70. What is the main reason for less formality at dinner party? A. Busy schedules don’t allow for formality. B. Hosts care less about their social behavior. C. Being formal has been out of date at present. D. Hosts are getting tired of frequent family dinner. 71. What can we learn from the last paragraph? A. Table manners are becoming less and less important. B. Table manners are more important than before despite the popular informality. C. Informality has reduced parents’ influence on children’s behavior. D. Informality has resulted in the great loss in British economy. E 咨询电话:4008110818 简单学习网

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A long-awaited final report from the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) concludes that foods from healthy cloned animals and their offspring (后代) are as safe as those from ordinary animals, effectively removing the last US regulatory (监管的) barrier to the marketing of meat and milk from cloned cattle, pigs and goats. The 968-page final report, not yet released but obtained by The Washington Post, finds no evidence to support people’s concerns that food from clones may have hidden risks. But, recognizing that a majority of consumers are wary of food from clones-and that cloning could damage the good image of American milk and meat-the report includes hundreds of pages of raw (原始的) data so that others can see how it came to its conclusions. The report also admits that human health concerns are not the only subject raised by the coming-out of cloned farm animals. “Moral, religious and ethical concerns have been raised,” the agency notes in a document accompanying the report. But the report is “exactly a science-based evaluation.” It reports, because the agency is not authorized by law to consider those subjects. In practice, it will be years before foods from clones make their way to store shelves in large quantities, in part because the clones themselves are too valuable to kill for meat or milk. Instead, the expensive animals-replicas (复制品) of some of the finest farm animals ever born-will be used firstly as breeding stock to create what supporters say will be a new generation of superior farm animals. When food from those animals hits the market, the public may yet have its say. FDA officials have said they do not expect to require food from clones to be labeled as such, but they may allow foods from ordinary animals to be labeled as not from clones. 72. What can we infer from the first paragraph? A. FDA has waited for a long time to get this final report. B. Products from cloned animals have been put into the market before. C. People are having the products from cloned animals safely. D. There have been once opposite opinions against cloned products. 73. What does the underlined word “wary” mean? A. Disappointed. B. Careful. C. Fond. D. Proud. 74. It will be a few years before foods from clones come into the market, partly because ___________. A. people have little knowledge of the cloned animals B. supporters can’t give powerful evidence to support that C. the few cloned animals will first be used to create superior animals D. they are a new generation for the customers and are too valuable for the customers 75. What can we conclude from the passage? A. FDA officials encourage people to eat more food from clones. B. FDA officials think the food from clones will sell better than ordinary food. C. People only worry about the health problems when it comes to foods from the clones. D. All the foods will not have detailed labels on them. 第二卷(共 35 分) 第四部分:书面表达(满分 35 分) 咨询电话:4008110818 简单学习网

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第一节:情景作文(满分 20 分) 作为社区的志愿者,你与你同班的几名同学每隔一周的星期六到学校附近的社会救济 站,为暂时无法回家的老人和儿童做一些力所能及的事。 请根据提示及下面图画的内容为学校的壁报写一篇报道。 注意: 词数不少于 60; 参考词汇:社会救济站 drop-in centre

第二节 开放作文(满分 15 分) 请根据下面提示,写一篇短文。词数不少于 50。 In your English class, the teacher shows you the following picture and asks the class to discuss it. Your classmates have different understandings. Look at the picture carefully and tell your classmates how you understand it.

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书面表达参考答案 情景作文(Possible Version) As volunteers in the neighborhood, my classmates and I visit a nearby drop-in centre every other Saturday afternoon. We usually get there at 2:00 pm and leave two hours later. At the drop-in center we visit those who have to stay there for some reason. Some of us chat with the old or read newspapers for them to help relief their loneliness. Some play games with the children to make them happy and forget their troubles. A few of us help to do some cleaning and collect waste there to make everything tidy. During our stay there, each of us does his best to let them know they are taken good care of by society, and we hope they will return home happily as soon as possible. 开放作文(Possible Version) As we can see in the picture, it’s raining very hard. The elderly man is holding his umbrella to protect his beloved pet dog from the rain, while he himself is walking in the rain. This kind of phenomenon is not unusual in our society. Many elderly folks are living in loneliness. Their children are not around them, and so their pet is the only family they have to whom they can show their full attention. This cartoon attempts to convey the message that everyone, as a member of society, should care more about the elderly. We could make a difference in their lives, for instance, by showing more respect and concern about their mental and spiritual well-being. Text 1 M: I’m really worried about my grammar exam tomorrow. Susan, could you spare me some time? W: I’d like to help you, George, but I don’t think I can. I don’t know much about grammar myself. 咨询电话:4008110818 简单学习网

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Text 2 W: What’s the trouble? Can I help? M: Well, thanks, but I don’t think anybody can help really. Everything seems to happen at once. Jane was taken to the hospital and Collin is on holiday. I’m really fed up with taking over other people’s jobs. Text 3 W: Look at those ladies. They all have black hair, but in the streets you would see a lot of different colors. Some of them have theirs dyed. M: Very few Chinese had hair dyed, except old people. But now some modern young people have their hair dyed yellow or brown. I don’t like them. Text 4 M: I want to have a new pair of trousers made. W: But you’ve already got a lot. M: Yes, but some are old, others are out of date. As a student, I like new clothes for a change. Text 5 M: Excuse me, we’d like another table for our meal. W: I beg your pardon? M: We need another table. We have a lot to discuss. This table is too near the window. Text 6 M: It’s time we were off. W: So soon? Can’t you stay a little longer? M: I wish I could, but I’m late already. W: What a shame! M: Thank you for the wonderful meal. W: I’m glad you enjoyed it. Text 7 M: Good morning. Can I see Mr. Baker, please? W: Have you an appointment? M: Yes, at ten o’clock. W: What’s your name, please? M: Jones, Andrew Jones. W: Ah, yes. Mr. Baker is expecting you. Will you come this way, please? Mr. Baker’s office is over there. Text 8 M: Can I help you, madam? W: Is there a bank at this hotel? M: Yes, madam, the International Bank has an office on the ground floor of the hotel. 咨询电话:4008110818 简单学习网

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W: Is it open yet? M: Yes, madam, the bank is open from Monday to Friday from 9:30 a.m. till 3:00 p.m. W: Thank you. Text 9 M: Hello. W: Er… a friend told me that you have dance classes here. M: That’s right. W: Can you give me some information about days and times, please? M: Yes, there are four classes a day, every day from Monday to Saturday, nothing on Sunday. W: Yeah. M: The first one is from 8:30 to 9:30. Then there is one in the afternoon from 2:30 to 3:30. W: Right. M: There are two classes in the evening. One is from 6:30 to 7:30 and the other from 7:30 to 8:30. W: I think I’ll take the 6:30 to 7:30 one. Text 10 W: Here’s your coffee, Mark. M: Thanks. W: So how are things? You’ve finished your exams already, haven’t you? M: Yes, we finished them yesterday. Now I’m looking for a job. W: Seriously? M: Yes, I have to. I haven’t got any money. W: What kind of things are you looking for? M: Maybe in a shop. The problem is I don’t know how to look for a job. W: Why don’t you look in the newspaper? M: That’s a good idea. Text 11 I usually get up at 6:30. I’ve always been an early riser. When my husband was alive, we had to be up by five o’clock. He was a long distance train driver, you see. Before breakfast I have a cup of tea and I listen to music on the radio. Then between seven and eight I get dressed and eat breakfast -a boiled egg and a large glass of orange juice-I never have anything else. Then at eight o’clock I always watch breakfast television-for the news and the weather and the chat. And then I usually have a rest until lunch. That’s always at twelve. We have a big lunch here at Twybury’s-soup, roast meat, potatoes, vegetables, always a pudding. After lunch I like being taken out in my wheelchair, or even in a car, if there’s anyone to take me. I hate staying indoors. I like looking in the shop windows, or sitting in a park and watching the world go by. Sometimes someone will read to me or write some letters. I usually fall asleep at about three, and then of course we have our tea around five- nothing heavy-cold meat and salads and fruit, and that kind of thing. In the evening we play cards, or do sewing, and then I’m in bed by eight. I am getting on a bit, you know. I’m nearly eight-three.

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