It is hard to get people to think of sharks as anything but a deadly enemy. They are often thought to attack people. But they perform a valuable service for eart
h's waters and for human beings. Yet business and sport fishing are threatening their life. Some sharks are at risk of disappearing from earth. Warm weather may influence both fish and shark activities. Many fish swim near coastal areas because of their warm waters. Sharks may follow the fish into the same areas, where people also swim. In fact, most sharks do not purposely bite humans. They are thought to mistake a person for a sea animal. Part B Role Play 情景介绍: 角色：你是 Tom。 任务： （1）与 Mary 谈论她在学校宿舍的人际关系； （2）根据谈话内容回答同学的问题。
Transcript: M: Good morning, Mary. How are you getting on with your school life? W: Morning, Tom. I passed my swimming test, and I have started living in the school dormitory. M: Why don’t you live at home? W: I want to save some time. It takes me forty minutes from home to school every morning and fifty minutes from school to home every afternoon because of the traffic jam. 下面请用英语提出三个问题。每个问题有 20 秒的准备时间。当你听见“滴”声时，开始 提问。 Now please ask the speaker three questions. You have 20 seconds to prepare the question. When you hear a beep, begin to ask the question.
Woman：Not very well. My roommates seldom clean the dormitory. They leave dirty clothes and socks everywhere. Sometimes I find someone’s dirty socks and jeans on my bed. I really can’t bear it any longer.
Woman： I feel it’s too direct to tell them they shouldn’t do it that way. What’s more, sometimes they help me with my study. I’m very thankful to them. I told my teacher about the problem.
Woman：Well, he suggested that we take turns to clean the dormitory. If they agree to the idea, I will put forward that I want to be the duty cleaner twice every week, while each of them just has one day’s duty. Maybe I will have the way out. Keys: 1. How do you get (on)|(along) with your roommates? How are you getting (on)|(along) with your roommates? 2. Why don’t you have a talk with them? Why don’t you talk with them? Why not have a talk with them? Why not talk with them? 3. What are your teacher’s suggestions? What is your teacher’s (suggestion)|(advice)? What does your teacher suggest you doing? What does your teacher advise you to do? Now please get ready to answer five questions. You are allowed 10 seconds to prepare the answer. When you hear a beep, begin to answer the question. Question 1: What is Mary’s good news? Question 2: How long does Mary spend on her way home in the afternoon? Question 3: Where does Mary find dirty socks and jeans? Question 4: Why is Mary thankful to her roommates? Question 5: How often is Mary willing to clean the dormitory?
1. She passed her swimming test. She did very well in her swimming test. She (went)|(got) through her swimming test. 2.
On her bed.
4. (Sometimes)|(Now and then)|(At times) they help her with her study. They often help her with her study. They help her [to] study. 5. Twice a week. Two days a week. Part C Story Retelling 梗概：Mark 的父母过世了，住在姨妈家。放学后，他常帮我打扫办公室。圣诞 节前他送给我一件特别的小礼物…… 关键词：Mark（马克），aunt（姨妈），clean（打扫），office（办公室）， Christmas gift（圣诞礼物）， love（爱） Mark’s Present Mark was a boy without his parents. He was eleven years old and lived with his aunt, but she didn’t like him. Mark was sweet and gentle. He often stayed after school, helping me clean my office. We did this quietly and comfortably, not speaking much, but enjoying the quietness of that hour of the day. When we did talk, Mark spoke mostly about his mother. One day, just before Christmas, Mark gave me a tiny wooden box as a Christmas gift. I was really delighted and surprised, and asked what was in it. When I wanted to open it, Mark said, “You can’t see it, and you can’t touch it, or taste it or feel it. But mother always said it makes you feel good all the time, warm on cold nights and safe when you are alone.” I looked into the empty box and asked gently what it was that would make me feel so good. “LOVE,” he answered and left my room quietly. It was the best present I had ever received.
①Mark was a boy without his parents, so he lived with his aunt ②Mark was sweet and gentle.
③He often helped his teacher clean the office. ④Mark spoke mostly about his mother. ⑤Mark gave his teacher a Christmas gift. ⑥It was a tiny wooden box. ⑦He said that it made people feel good and warm all the time. ⑧His teacher opened it. ⑨But there was nothing in it. ⑩It was love, the best present. Mark was a boy without his parents. He was eleven and lived with his aunt. Mark helped his teacher clean the office after school. They did this comfortably. Mark spoke mostly about his mother. One day before Christmas, Mark gave his teacher a gift. It was a wooden box. His teacher was surprised because there was nothing in it. Mark said that she could not see it, touch it or taste it or feel it, but it would make her feel good when alone. He told his teacher that was love. His teacher looked into the empty box and felt that it was the best present she had ever received.