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北京市朝阳区高三年级第二次综合练习英语学科测试 2013. 5
第一部分:听力理解(共三节, 30 分) 第一节(共 5 小题;每小题 1.5 分,共 7.5 分) 听下面 5 段对话。每段对话后有一道小题,从每题所给的 A、B、C 三个选项中选出最佳选项。听完每段对话 后,你将有 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. On whic

h day will the magazine arrive? A. Tuesday. B. Wednesday. C. Thursday.

2. What might the weather be like tomorrow afternoon? A. Cloudy. 3. What are they talking about? A. A bike. B. A car. C. A house. B. Rainy. C. Fine.

4. What is the man doing right now? A. Surfing the net. 5. Why was the woman late? A. She forgot the time change. B. Her roommate told her a wrong time. 第二节(共 10 小题;每小题 1.5 分,共 15 分) 听下面 4 段对话或独白,每段对话或独白后有几道小题,从每题所给的 A、B、C 三个选项中选出最佳选项。 听每段对话或独白前,你将有 5 秒钟的时间阅读每小题。听完后,每小题将给出 5 秒钟的作答时间。每段对话或独 白你将听两遍。 听第 6 段材料,回答第 6 至 7 题。 6. What can you see in Hyde Park? A. Thousands of trees. B. Many small lakes. C. Classic cars. C. She wasn’t informed of the time change. B. Watching a talk show. C. Selling new jewelry.

7. What does the man think is great entertainment? A. Large space. B. Horse rides. C. Open-Air Theatre.

听第 7 段材料,回答第 8 至 9 题。 8. At what time will the mail probably be delivered? A. Around 10:00. B. Around 12:00. C. Around 14:00.

9. How can the man know whether the letter has arrived? A. By making a call. B. By surfing the Internet. C. By coming to the office to ask.

听第 8 段材料,回答第 10 至 12 题。 10. What was the woman’s problem? A. She was taking too many courses. B. Her professor did not like her story. 11. What did the professor tell the woman to do? A. Do some work for another course. B. Write down anything coming into her head. C. Leave out anything that doesn’t make sense. 12. Why is the woman going out? 第 1 页(共 14 页) C. She had trouble with her writing task.

A. To go shopping.

B. To do research for her story.

C. To take a break from her work.

听第 9 段材料,回答第 13 至 15 题。 13. How much does it cost for a mother and father with a child of 9 to see a film? A. 12. B. 13.5. C. 15.

14. What type of film is on Screen 1? A. Horror. B. History. C. Science fiction.

15. If you want to see the film on Screen 2, which is a good time to get to the cinema? A. 6:00. B. 9:45. C. 11:30.

第三节(共 5 小题;每小题 1.5 分,共 7.5 分) 听下面的一段对话,完成第 16 至 20 五道小题,每小题仅填写一个词,听对话前,你将有 20 秒钟的时间阅读 试题,听完后你将有 60 秒钟的作答时间,这段对话你将听两遍。

Customer Booking Form Customer’s name Address Telephone Car type Days required Cost Way to pay Frank __16__ Flat 26, 19 Lake Road, Richmond __17__ A family-sized Ford A __18__ $__19__ per day including insurance By __20__.

第二部分:知识运用(共两节, 45 分) 21. The news came as no surprise to me. I _____ for some time that the factory was going to shut down. A. knew B. had known C. have known D. know

22. _____ people food, housing and jobs is what a government should first consider after a natural disaster happens. A. Offered 23. B. Offering C. Offer D. Being offered

Could I speak to _____ is in charge of International Sales, please? A. anyone B. someone C. whoever D. no matter who

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Can you imagine how much _____ my car looked after being airbrushed? A. well B. good C. best D. better They don’t know what is going to happen when the project _____. A. will finish B. has finished C. will be finished D. is finished

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EBay, Amazon and Wal-Mart are popular websites _____ people can sell goods to each other. A. where B. which C. when D. whose

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The headmaster will not permit the change in the course, nor _____ it a thought. A. does he even give B. he even gives C. will he even give 第 2 页(共 14 页) D. he will even give

28. The farmers expanded their production to meet the increasing demand _____ locally grown food. A. for 29. B. in C. of D. to The version _____ to be closest to the author’s original now belongs to a national museum in Paris. A. is thought B. thinking C. being thought D. thought

30. It rained continuously for about 3 hours on the way, completely _____ his appointment with the interviewer. A. ruined A. needn’t do 32. B. ruining B. shouldn’t do C. to ruin D. ruins

31. It was very kind of you to do the washing-up, but you _____ it. C. mustn’t have done D. didn’t have to do

She _____ with the symphony orchestra three times this season. A. played B. has played C. has been playing D. is playing

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It was probably at that moment _____ I understood what kindness really was. A. that B. when C. which D. what

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Pollution will remain a global problem for a long time _____ much has been done to solve it. A. since B. unless C. though D. if ––What a journey! We’ve finally arrived! ––_____ an out-of-date train schedule, we would not have missed the train. A. Had we not used B. Did we use C. If we didn’t use D. If we had used

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第二节 完形填空(共 20 小题;每小题 1.5 分,共 30 分) I learned about life from an ant farm. When I was seven years old, my family tried to __36__ an ant farm at home. First, we put clean sand in a thin glass box, and then we brought some ants from the backyard and placed them into the __37__ home. Shortly after the new __38__ were dropped into the glass structure, they got to work making tunnels. I was amazed that each one knew __39__ what to do. After hours of staring, I realized that the ants had particular given jobs. With my mom’s help, I kept a journal of what happened each day and __40__ the ants. My favorite was the biggest, Cinderella. I drew a picture of her in my journal, which I still have. On day five a disaster __41__ the ant farm. While I was __42__ the ants, I had put my face so close to the structure that I accidentally tipped it over, __43__ in all the tunnels. Although the ants __44__ their earthquake, one by one they began to die. I was __45__ as I watched them give up their tunnel-building to carry the bodies to a corner of the farm. My mother reported that the ants were dying of ―frustration‖—feeling annoyed and impatient as they couldn’t control the situation. They simply could not __46__ the reality that their tunnels had been destroyed. Cinderella was the last to die; she did so while carrying a dead ant on her back. Although much time has passed, I still think of that ant farm. Mom had hoped it would teach me about the natural world, __47__ it taught me much more. __48__ the years, I came to realize the ants were a study in the benefits of __49__. Working together, they were able to create a(n) __50__ world for themselves. I also learned that they should be __51__ for their hard work. Day in and day out, each labored at their task. The ant farm demonstrated that teamwork and perseverance are indeed two key __52__ to success. But there was an even larger lesson that I did not __53__ until recently: Disaster is a natural part of life, and must be __54__. Unlike the ants, humans cannot give up when they face __55__. Unlike the ants, we have to realize that if a tunnel caves in, we just have to build another. 36. A. get B. buy C. run 第 3 页(共 14 页) D. find

37. A. empty 38. A. guests 39. A. probably 40. A. named 41. A. affected 42. A. removing 43. A. turning 44. A. experienced 45. A. annoyed 46. A. reflect 47. A. and 48. A. In 49. A. teamwork 50. A. relaxing 51. A. supported 52. A. certificates 53. A. give 54. A. accepted 55. A. challenges

B. new B. settlers B. roughly B. trained B. struck B. teaching B. rushing B. predicted B. horrified B. ignore B. but B. For B. devotion B. amusing B. inspired B. approaches B. realize B. suffered B. barriers

C. strange C. friends C. exactly C. compared C. kicked C. observing C. filling C. faced C. moved C. confirm C. so C. From C. responsibility C. moving C. admired C. ingredients C. take C. achieved C. pressure

D. distant D. members D. normally D. measured D. beat D. collecting D. caving D. survived D. thrilled D. stand D. or D. Over D. organization D. amazing D. admitted D. circumstances D. adopt D. managed D. disappointment

第三部分:阅读理解(共两节,40 分) A When Sally Ride was ten years old, she had no idea that she would someday grow up to be one of America’s first women astronauts. In fact, if you had asked her then what she wanted to be, she would have said, ―I want to play shortstop (游击手) for the Los Angeles Dodgers.‖ Sally collected baseball cards by the boxful, and she knew the name and batting average of every player in the National League. But major league baseball didn’t seem much of a possibility for a girl, even an athletic one like Sally, so her father and mother talked her into taking tennis lessons when she was twelve. At first she hated to trade in her baseball bat for a tennis racket, but it wasn’t long before she started to win tournaments in her new sport. ―Tennis became much more fun when I started winning,‖ Sally remembers. Sally first became interested in the space program in 1962 when astronaut John Glenn orbited the earth in his Mercury space capsule. Sally was ten years old at the time, but she remembers the launch and the splashdown as if they happened yesterday. The girl who used to memorize batting averages became a space fan. She quickly learned the name of all the eight NASA astronauts, the date of every launch, and the name and number of every spacecraft from Freedom 7 to Skylab 3. By the time she was sixteen, Sally had decided to become an astrophysicist. She had also become a nationally ranked tennis player. She remembers yawning through an important tennis match on June 20, 1969, after staying up all night to watch Neil Armstrong’s first steps on the moon. Sally lost the match. As Sally got older, many of her friends started playing professional tennis. Some of them tried to talk her into quitting school to join them on the professional tennis circuit. But Sally said no. ―Black holes are more interesting to me than backhands,‖ she told them. Now she knows that she made the right choice, but in 1970 Sally had no way of knowing that NASA would open the space program to women. 第 4 页(共 14 页)

56. When still a child, Sally Ride wanted to be a (an) _____ when she grew up. A. baseball player B. astronaut C. tennis player D. astrophysicist

57. Sally Ride became a space fan _____. A. when she was 12 B. in 1962 C. in 1970 D. in 1976

58. She lost an important tennis match on June 20, 1969 because _____. A. she kept yawning while playing the game B. she was no longer interested in tennis C. she didn’t have enough sleep the night before D. she was thinking of becoming an astrophysicist B Whatever projects you have in mind for the home, a wishbook is a way to design the plans. Creating a wishbook is a fun, mind-expanding and free way to begin any design project in your home. Even if your budget or schedule will not allow you to begin your project immediately, you can start collecting materials for your book today. The more time you spend making your book, the more your project is likely to reflect your vision and your tastes. What is a wishbook? A wishbook is a file folder or notebook filled with photos, notes, magazine articles, sketches and images of home designs you find appealing. The content of your wishbook can serve as a goal-setting tool and resource guide in making simple to significant improvements in your home. It also can help clarify and define your unique style. Anytime you see or read something that might be helpful, pop it into your wishbook. In your search for materials to add to your book, allow yourself to stretch; don’t limit yourself because something looks too expensive or too difficult to implement. Even if you don’t know why you’re attracted to the image, add it to your file. Even if you know you’ll never have enough money to build it or buy it, include it anyway. Tear out the magazine page, photocopy a book illustration(图解,说明), sketch your neighbor’s front gate, cut an article from the newspaper or photograph that house on the corner you’ve always admired and add it all to your book. Your wishbook might include: ? Product catalogs with current addresses, part numbers and specifications. ? Pages from magazines on easy decorating projects you’d like to do. ? Floor plans of cleverly designed bathrooms. ? Notes you’ve jotted down while going through a decorator showcase home. ? Sketches of a window treatment you admired at a restaurant. ? Business cards of showroom owners and electricians.

59. Who is the article written for? A. Book lovers. B. Architects. C. Book designers. D. New home owners.

60. Which statement does the author lead us to believe? A. Whenever you find a design you like, buy it and put it into your wishhook. B. The more time you spend on your wishbook, the less your house will cost. C. Business cards of neighbours should be included in a wishbook. D. There is no time limit to collect information for your wishbook. 61. Which meaning from the dictionary fits the underlined word ―sketch‖ (Para. 3)? A. ―a drawing made quickly that does not have many details‖ B. ―a short funny scene performed within a longer show‖ C. ―to draw a picture quickly and with few details‖ 第 5 页(共 14 页)

D. ―to describe something in a general way‖ 62. Which can be the best title for the passage? A. Buy a Wishbook Together with Your Home C. Wishbooks Offer a Lower Budget B. Your Dream Home Is Only a Book Away D. Creating a Wishbook Is Fun C It often happens that a number of applicants with almost identical qualifications and experience all apply for the same position. In their educational background, special skills and work experience, there is little, if anything, to choose between half a dozen candidates. How then does the employer make a choice? Usually on the basis of an interview. There are many arguments about the interview as a selection procedure. The main argument against it is that it results in a wholly subjective decision. As often as not, employers do not choose the best candidate, but the one who makes a good first impression on them. Some employers, of course, reply to this argument by saying that they have become so experienced in interviewing staff that they are able to make a sound assessment of each candidate’s likely performance. Unfortunately, both for the employers and applicants, there are many people of great ability who simply do not interview well. There are also, of course, people who interview extremely well, but are later found to be very unsatisfactory employees. Those in favour of the interview insist that the well-structured procedure is valid in assessing a candidate’s ability, an essential guarantee for the future job. They also argue that an employer is concerned not only with a candidate’s ability, but with the suitability of his or her personality for the particular work situation. Many employers, for example, will overlook occasional inefficiencies from their secretary so long as she has a pleasant personality. Perhaps the real purpose of an interview is not to assess the assessable aspects of each candidate but to make a guess at the more intangible things, such as personality, character and social ability. Today, interview is still the key section of the entire selection procedure, though different employers have different standards for competence. Generally speaking, candidates who interview well tend to be quietly confident, but never boastful; direct and straight-forward in their questions and answers; cheerful and friendly, but never over-familiar; and sincerely enthusiastic and optimistic. Candidates who interview badly tend to be at either end of the spectrum of human behaviour. They are either very shy or over-confident. They show either a lack of enthusiasm or an excess of it. They either talk too little or never stop talking. They are either over-polite or rudely abrupt. 63. We can infer from the passage that an employer might tolerate his secretary’s occasional mistakes if _____. A. direct B. shy C. cheerful D. competent 64. What is the author’s attitude towards the interview as a selection procedure? A. Supportive. B. Negative. C. Objective. D. Unconcerned. the latter is

65. The last paragraph indicates _____. A. a link between success in interview and personality B. connections between work abilities and personality C. differences in interview experience D. differences in personal behaviour

66. Which of the following shows the structure of the passage? A. CP P1 Sp 1 Sp 2 C P2 1 Sp 1 Sp 2 P B. CP P

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D. CP P1 P1 P2 P3 Sp 1 Sp 2 C P: Point Sp: Sub-point (次要点) D Birds Can “Read” Human Gaze C: Conclusion P2

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We all know that people sometimes change their behavior when someone is looking their way. Now, a new study reported online on April 2nd in Current Biology shows that jackdaws—birds related to crows with eyes that appear similar to human eyes—can do the same. ―Jackdaws seem to recognize the eye’s role in visual perception, or at the very least they are extremely sensitive to the way that human eyes are oriented(朝向),‖ said Auguste von Bayern, formerly of the University of Cambridge and now at the University of Oxford. When presented with a preferred food, hand-raised jackdaws took significantly longer to get the reward when a person was directing his eyes towards the food than when he was looking away, according to the research team led by Nathan Emery of the University of Cambridge and Queen Mary University of London. The birds hesitated only when the person was unfamiliar and thus potentially threatening. In addition, the birds were able to interpret human communicative gestures, such as gaze alternation and pointing, to help them find hidden food, they found. The birds were unsuccessful in using unmoving cues, including eye gaze or head orientation. Unlike most birds, jackdaws’ eyes have a dark pupil surrounded by a silvery white iris. The researchers said they believe jackdaws are probably sensitive to human eyes because, as in humans, eyes are an important means of communication for them. The hand-raised birds examined in the study may be even better than wild jackdaws at attending to human gaze and responding to the gestures of the people who have raised them. The findings are particularly notable given that most other species investigated so far, including our closest relatives the chimpanzee and ―man’s best friend,‖ the dog, are not particularly sensitive to eye orientation and eye gaze, von Bayern said. Rather, she continued, chimps and dogs seem to rely on other cues such as head or body orientation in determining the looking direction of others. The results suggest that birds may deserve more respect for their mental abilities. ―We may have understated the psychological world of birds,‖ von Bayern said. ―Jackdaws, among many other birds, form pair ties for life and need to have much in common and work together with their partner, which requires an efficient way of communicating and sensitivity to their partner’s viewpoint.‖ 67. A hand-raised jackdaw hesitates to take a preferred food when the feeder _____. A. is looking away from the food C. is looking at the food B. holds the food in his hand D. is unfamiliar to the bird

68. According to the researchers, jackdaws can notice human eye orientation probably because _____. 第 7 页(共 14 页)

A. like humans, they also use eyes to communicate C. they are mostly hand-raised by humans

B. they are far more intelligent than other birds D. their eyes also have a dark pupil

69. Why does the author refer to chimpanzees and dogs? A. To suggest that they are much better at interpreting gaze alternation. B. To reflect how unique jackdaws are in being able to notice gaze orientation. C. To show that they communicate more frequently with humans than jackdaws. D. To make clear that they rely on other means in determining people’s intention. 70. What does the research finding suggest? A. Not all jackdaws are good at attending to human gaze. B. We may have understated jackdaws’ mental abilities. C. We know embarrassingly less about birds than we assume. D. The closer we communicate with animals, the better we understand them. 第二节(共 5 小题;每小题 2 分,共 10 分) Teletubbies Teletubbies is a very popular show featuring interesting and fun keep children absorbed. __71__ Moreover, they are unique in their great preschoolers’ formal school readiness. The program fits well into the style that airs on PBS (Public Broadcasting Service), which is non-profit TV quality, educational programs without commercial interruption. A company by the name of Ragdoll Productions in the United Kingdom developed the Teletubbies figures and their stories. Teletubbies’ producers, Anne Wood and Andrew Davenport, conducted extensive research to guarantee the effectiveness of their production as a teaching tool. __72__ The conclusions they reached were put very well into words by Ms. Wood when she said, ―I want children to smile. If they are smiling, they will be relaxed. If they are relaxed, they will be confident. If they are confident, they will dare to be curious. If they are curious, they will grow in understanding.‖ __73__ Young children over the world are privileged to enjoy the benefits, for since 1992 the program has been sold to 92 broadcasters in 70 countries. What exactly, though, makes Teletubbies so visibly and emotionally inviting to young children? The answer is that they are completely designed from their point of view, being plump(fat and rounded in a pleasant way) and innocent-faced, as well as playful, warm, and funny. __74__ Imagine a land that is part technological and part nursery rhyme. Their home is Tubbytronic Superdome, and they eat Tubby Toast and Custard. A windmill blows in wonderful surprises among rolling hills, talking flowers, and a smiling sun. __75__ Teletubbies love each other very much; Teletubbies love to dance and sing; Teletubbies love their favorite things and interacting with their surroundings. These messages, conveyed in very basic, repetitive language, invite interaction with children, helping ages one through four expand the skills they need to watch and listen at the same time, which is key to the development of a child’s thinking abilities. characters contribution of that to

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A. They live in a fascinating world that is brilliant and magical. B. They interviewed young children, linguists, and nursery school teachers. C. Lots of Teletubbies toys, books and DVDs are available to keep children entertained. 第 8 页(共 14 页)

D. Although the program aims at children aged one to four, it appeals to older generations. E. More importantly, the characters communicate very special, elementary ideas to the children. F. Like other cartoon creatures, Teletubbies are colorful both in physical appearance and personality. G. Much creative energy and innovation were channeled into each one of the 365 shows that’s been broadcast. 第四部分:书面表达(共两节, 35 分) 第一节 情景作文(20 分) 假如你是红星中学高三(1)班的学生李华,上周你校举办了为期一周的―社团文化节‖活动。请你根据下表内 容,给你的英国朋友 Jim 写一个电子邮件,介绍文化节的情况。 注意:1. 电子邮件的开头已为你写好。2. 词数不少于 60。 多彩的生活 红星中学第六届社团文化节 社团 文学社 电影社 摄影俱乐部 轮滑俱乐部 (roller-skating) Dear Jim, I am writing to tell you something interesting. Last week, we celebrated the Sixth Club Culture Festival in our school. _________________________________________________________________ 第二节 开放作文(15 分) 请根据下面提示,写一篇短文,词数不少于 50. You are discussing the following picture with your English friend Jim. Now you are telling him how you understand the picture and what makes you think so. 提示词: 割草机 riding mower 推荐好书 影评 交流 展示―校园春天‖ 比赛 表演 2013. 4. 22--26 活动

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56ABCDD 61ABCCA 66 BDABB 71 FBGAE 一、内容要点: 1. 时间、主题 2. 文学社活动 3. 电影社活动 二、One possible version: Dear Jim, I am writing to tell you something interesting. Last week, we held the Sixth Club Festival in our school. Starting from April 22, the week-long festival presented our school culture with a theme of ―Colourful Life‖. The Literature Society recommended many good books, encouraging us to get pleasure out of reading. The Photography Club put up an exhibition of photos to show ―School Activities in Spring‖. Sounds too quiet? The Roller Skating Club had something exciting! There was a contest among roller skating lovers and the winners put on a wonderful performance. We cheered and applauded for their fantastic show! The activities were not just for watching, we were expected to take part. Organized by the Movie Society, we exchanged and appreciated film reviews about our favorite movies, directors and actors. It was the sixth time that we had had the festival and we all enjoyed it. Are you interested in this festival? Next time when you come to China, do join us to experience it. You won’t be disappointed. 4. 摄影俱乐部活动 5. 轮滑俱乐部活动

第二节 开放作文(15 分) One possible version: Jim, I think the picture tries to convey that man shouldn’t depend too much on modern technology. It’s warning us that if we become too dependent on technology, we may lose our ability to do many things. As we can see in the picture, a man is working in the yard with a riding mower. To my surprise, he is following too simple an instruction from the machine ―At the end of the yard, turn around‖. No doubt, the man has the ability to judge where to turn around, but instead of using his own mind, he just follows the machine’s direction. The picture leads us to believe that if he goes on like this, he won’t even be able to survive without those modern machines. So we should remember: while enjoying the convenience and comfort technology brings to us, we shouldn’t rely too heavily on it, like the man in the picture.

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听力原文: Text 1 M: Has the latest Business Weekly arrived yet? Today is already Tuesday. W: Sorry, it’s late. Probably not till tomorrow. M: It’s a pity. I’m quite free today and can do some reading. Text 2 W: What’s the forecast for tomorrow? M: I think it said it’s going to be quite dull and cloudy in the morning, but it might brighten up later. W: Well, so long as it doesn’t rain, I’m going on a picnic tomorrow with Judith and Peter.

Text 3 W: Oh, my god! The front tire is flat, the seat needs to be raised, and even the engine seems not to work well! M: Why not call Mr. Hopkins?

Text 4 W: Jim, you are on the net again! When are you going to get off? It’s time for the talk show! M: Just a minute, dear! I’m looking at a new jewerlry site. I want to make sure I get the right gift for mom’s birthday.

Text 5 W: I’m sorry I am late. M: What’s wrong with you? I left a message with your roommate about the time change. W: She has a very short memory and it really annoys me sometimes. M: Oh, I see.

Text 6 W: Have you been to Hyde Park? M: Yes, of course. Hyde Park is in central London. You can’t miss it. It’s a huge place, with over four thousand trees, a lake, a meadow and even horse rides. In the summer there are pop and classical music concerts. W: Do you mean Open-Air Theatre? M: Exactly. People love it. It’s great entertainment.

Text 7 M: I want to send this express mail please. It’s got to get there tomorrow. W: San Diego. No problem. It will be delivered by noon tomorrow. If you want it left at the address, even if there is no one there to sign for it, check this little box on the sheet. M: No, it’s a big office. There’ll be someone there. W: If you want to be sure it arrives there on time, call this 800 number and give them the number from your receipt. I’ll write it down for you. We can track the letter every step of the way by computer. M: Oh, that’s wonderful.

Text 8 M: I am so relieved, I just finished the story I was working on for our creative writing course. W: I haven’t quite finished mine yet. I had trouble getting past the beginning. 第 12 页(共 14 页)

M: How come? W: Well, I was really happy to be writing a detective story. But after the first few pages, I just couldn’t write any more. M: The same thing happened to me. W: Well, Professor Wilson said it’s pretty common for writers to get stuck like that. M: You went to talk to her about it? W: Actually, I went to ask for more time to finish the writing. But instead she gave me some good advice. She said that the first thing I should do is just write anything that comes into my head even if it doesn’t make any sense, sort of warm up exercise. M: That is interesting. When I got stuck, I stop to do something else, you know, do some for one of my other courses. W: Well, her methods seem to have worked for me. I’ve written most of the story, and I should be able to hand it in on time. But first I need go to the jewelry store. M: You are going shopping? W: I am going there for my story. My detective solves a jewelry store robbery, so I want to a take a look at how the jewelry cases are arranged, where the security cameras are placed, that sort of thing.

Text 9 Welcome to Filmworld Cinemas. For film information and times press 1. To make a booking press 2. To speak to an operator press 3. These are the films for today, Tuesday 7th. Please note that ticket prices are 5.00 for adults and 3.50 for children under 14. On Screen 1, Don’t Open The Door! A group of college students decide to rent a house in the mountains for a relaxing weekend break, but they aren’t the only guests on the mountain . . . one by one they start to disappear. Who or what is outside the house? Showing at 4:30, 7:00 and 9:00. Screen 2 Streetmatch –– The Return. The second film of French director Jean-Luc Ducroix. Two American teenagers buy an old car and with a lot of hard work and after a lot of problems they enter their car into the Streetmatch competition. But is their car good enough to win? Showing at 5:50, 8:30 and 11:45. Text 10 W: Good morning, Golden Wheels Car Rentals. How can I help you? M: Good morning. I’d like to hire a car, please. W: Can I just get your name, Sir? M: Yes, Frank Moorcroft. W: Could you spell your second name please? M: Moorcroft. M double O R-C-R-O-F-T. W: And your home address? M: Flat 26, 19 Lake Road, Richmond. W: Your telephone number there? M: 36974500. W: Now what kind of vehicle are you looking for? M: A Ford and I want it tomorrow, if that’s possible. W: We’ve got a nice family-sized Ford and you can get it in the morning. M: OK, I will take that. What is the cost? W: You will pay $70 a day, but it is only $50 a day if you have it more than three days. M: I’ll need it for the whole week. W: And there’s an additional $15 for insurance. M: So it is a total of $65 a day, not $50. W: Exactly. How will you pay for that? Cash, cheque or credit card? 第 13 页(共 14 页)

M: I prefer the second. W: Right, thank you very much. See you tomorrow morning, Sir.

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