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核心导读:本试题卷共10页。全卷满分150分。考试用时120分钟。★ 祝考试顺利★注意事项:1.答题前,考生务必将自己的班级、姓名、考号填写在试题卷和答题卷指定的位置,并用2B铅笔将考号填涂在答题卡上,从顶格开始由左至右涂写,不

本试题卷共10页。全卷满分150分。考试用时120分钟。
★ 祝考试顺利★
注意事项:
1.答题前,考生务必将自己的班级、姓名、考号填写在试题卷和答题卷指定的位置,并用2B铅笔将考号填涂在答题卡上,从顶格开始由左至右涂写,不空格。
2.选择题的作答:每小题选出答案后,用统一提供的2B铅笔把答题卡上对应题目的答案标号涂黑。如需改动,用橡皮擦干净后,再选涂其它答案标号。答在试题卷、草稿纸上无效。
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4.考生必须保持答题卡的整洁。考试结束后,请将本试题卷和答题卡一并上交。

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第一部分:听力(共两节,满分30分)  
做题时,先将答案划在试卷上。录音内容结束后,你将有两分钟的时间将试卷上的答案转涂到答题卡上。
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。每段对话仅读一遍。
例:How much is the shirt?
A. £19.15.   B. £9.15.    C. £9.18.     答案是B。
1. Why does the woman refuse the invitation for tonight?
A. She doesn't like the man.  B. She has another appointment.

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C. She is too busy with her work.
2. What does the man think of classical music?
A. He enjoys it at bedtime. B. He prefers it to other music.

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C. He does not like it at all.
3. What did the two girls do yesterday?
A. They went to the English Evening.  B. They went to meet Jeff.

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C. They became friends at the English Evening.
4. What time is it now?
A. 9:00.  B. 9:10.  C. 9:40.
5. What do we know about the man?
A. He saw off his father at the airport yesterday.
B. He was late for class yesterday morning.
C. He went to meet his cousin yesterday morning.
听第6段材料,回答第6至8题。
6. What are the two speakers mainly talking about?
A. When they surf the Web. B. What they do on the Internet.

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C. How they look up information online.
7. How often does the man probably surf the Internet?
A. Once a week.  B. Twice a week.  C. Several times a week.
8. What do we know about the man?
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C. He shows no interest in the Internet.
听第7段材料,回答第9至11题。
9. Where does this conversation take place?
A. Near a bus stop.  B. On a train.  C. In a department store.
10. What did the man do?
A. He hurt the woman. B. He helped the woman carry the bags.

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C. He made the woman drop the bags to the ground.
11. What is the woman like?
A. She is rude.  B. She is kind.  C. She is proud.
听第8段材料,回答第12至14题。
12. Where does this conversation take place?
A. In a hospital.  B. In a restaurant.   C. At the office.
13. When does the woman get a pain in stomach?
A. About an hour before she has eaten. B. About an hour after she has eaten. 本¥文¥来$自$中$学%资zxzyw.cn源网


C. Just when she begins to eat.
14. What can you conclude about the woman's husband from this conversation?
A. He doesn't eat as quickly as his wife. B. He eats very quickly.

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C. He sometimes eats more slowly than his wife.
听第9段材料,回答第15至17题。
15. Where did the two speakers go for dinner?
A. To a Chinese restaurant.  B. To KFC.  C. To McDonald's.
16. Why didn't they eat at home?
A. Because Jill was tired of her father's cooking.
B. Because Jill's mother was not in the house.
C. Because Jill's father wanted to eat fried chicken. 
17. What did Jill want for her dinner?
A. Hamburger, salad, coffee and chicken. B. Hamburger, salad, Coke, and ice cream.

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C. Hamburger, vegetables and coffee.
听第10段材料,回答第18至20题。
18. What do we know about Manhattan Island?
A. It used to be a small country. B. It was controlled by Dutch before 1609.

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C. Only Indians lived there before 1609.
19. Why did Henry Hudson go to Manhattan Island?
A. He wanted to trade with the Indians.
B. He wanted to find more land for his country.
C. He hoped to find a shorter way to the Far East.
20. How did the Indians react to Henry Hudson's arrival?
A. They captured him. B. They were friendly to him. 本¥文¥来$自$中$学%资¥源¥网

C. They didn't allow him to land.

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第二部分:词汇知识运用(共两节,满分30分)
第一节:多项选择(共10小题;每小题1分,满分10分)
从A、B、C、D四个选项中,选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。
例:To make members of a team perform better, the trainer first of all has to know their ______ and weaknesses.
A. strengths        B. benefits         C. techniques      D. values  答案:A
21. The school is so poorly equipped that the students here have no ______ to good resources for learning at all.
A. ambition  B. access  C. entrance D. qualification
22. The course book is a little too difficult, but we can ______ it to suit the needs of the students.
A. adapt  B. adopt C. operate D. abandon

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23. –I hope to go to Beijing with you, if you please.
–If so, your holiday arrangement must ______ mine.
A. catch up with B. put up with C. fit in with D. keep up with[来源:Z*xx*k.Com]
24. Her appearance is not ______ to whether she can be a good teacher. 
A. suitable B. handy C. beneficial D. relevant
25. Without peace, development and equality of men and women are ______. 
A. out of breath B. out of the question C. out of t ouch D. out of question
26. As time went on, people came to be ______ of the seriousness of China's population.
A. aware B. abundant C. adequate D. alarmed
27. Don't leave the bread on the table; it will         . 

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A. ring up B. dry up C. test out D. dry out
28. Just as the clothes a person wears, the food he eats and the friends with whom he spends his time, his house ______ his personality.
A. conducts B. reflects   C. witnesses D. governs
29. On the annual International Volunteers Day, the world ______ the work of millions of people who give their time to help others.
A. abolishes B. assesses  C. accompanies D. acknowledges
30. In 2002, the Chinese government ______ a law stating whoever deserts girl babies would be punished by law.
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第二节:完形填空(共20小题;每小题1分,满分20分)
     阅读下面短文,从短文后所给各题的四个选项(A、B、C和D)中,选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。
Brother Michael and Chris were born in the early 1960s and grew up in a black neighborhood in Richmond, California. Both boys were   31   in the primary school and brought home mostly A’s on their report cards.
But in a black family with eight children, money was always   32  , so the two growing boys often went   33  . They turned to stealing. They stole cookies from the grocery store and bread from the   34  . They even stole money from their parents to feed.
At the end of his first year in high school, Chris received three A’s and   35   F’s on his report card --- the first time he had   36   anything in school. Because Kennedy High School only allowed three failures   37   four years, one more F and Chris would be kicked out of school. That’s when he made up his mind to   38  . zxzyw.cn,中学资源网
Chris made every effort to become   39   in school. After Chris graduated from college, he worked as a prosecutor(检察官),   40   criminals, drug dealers, and gang members. Today Chris is famous as one of the   41   prosecutors in the trial of the century, the O.J. Simpson trial!
That decision to change took him in an entirely   42   direction from his brother Michael, who   43   changing his bad behavior. After high school, Michael continued his anti-social   44  ---fighting in the streets, taking   45   and stealing. At the age of 42, Michael Darden died from AIDS.
This story   46   us that what we become is determined by the   47   we make. We can choose to get   48   or we can choose to get worse. Chris changed. He changed from being a criminal to prosecuting criminals. His brother Michael, on the other hand, was changed. He was changed by   49   drugs…and finally, he was changed by a deadly disease. Chris made the right choices. He made the changes in his life that helped him   50   his great dreams.

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 31. A. well- behaved B. well-dressed C. well-known D. well- informed
 32. A. plentiful B. loose     C. common  D. tight
 33. A. mad B. wrong C. hungry D. bad
 34. A. chemist’s B. baker’s  C. doctor’s D. barber’s 
 35. A. two B. three     C. four  D. five
 36. A. obtained B. failed  C. passed       D. missed
 37. A. beyond B. by C. over   D. above
 38. A. steal B. respond C. stand  D. change
 39. A. outstanding   B. friendly C. powerful  D. outgoing
 40. A. treating B. saving C. questioning    D. punishing

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 41. A. leading  B. working C. acting      D. performing
 42. A. similar     B. different    C. new  D. strange
 43. A. preferred B. resisted  C. admitted     D. appreciated
 44. A. habits      B. signs C. behaviors  D. manners
 45. A. drugs     B. actions C. buses  D. pills
 46. A. persuades   B. warns     C. convinces  D. wishes
 47. A. choices  B. friends   C. promises D. efforts
 48. A. taller B. cleaner   C. happier    D. better
 49. A. illegal  B. useful     C. harmless  D. lawful copyright zxzyw.cn
 50. A. destroy    B. form C. accomplish     D. approach zxzyw.cn

第三部分:阅读理解(共20小题;每小题分2分,满分40分)
阅读下列 A、B、C、D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,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。
A
The first day our professor challenged us to get to know someone we didn’t know. I looked around when a gentle hand touched my shoulder. I turned around to find a wrinkled, little old lady smiling at me.
She said, “Hi, handsome. My name is Rose. I’m 87. Can I give you a hug?” I laughed, “Of course you may!” and she gave me a giant squeeze. “Why are you in college at such a young, innocent age?” I asked. She jokingly replied, “I’m here to meet a rich husband, get married, and have a couple of children.” “No seriously,” I said. “I want to realize my dream!” she told me. Over the course of the year, Rose became a campus icon and everyone liked to listen to this “time machine”.
At the end of the semester we invited Rose to speak at our football banquet and I’ll never forget what she taught us. “There is a huge difference between growing older and growing up. If you are 19 and lie in bed for one full year and don’t do one productive thing, you will turn 20. If I am 87 and stay in bed for a year and never do anything I will turn 88. We have less time to live on. Anybody can grow older. That doesn’t take any talent or ability. The idea is to grow up by always finding opportunity in chan ge. The elderl y usually don’t have regrets for what we did, but rather for things we did not do.”

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At the year’s end, Rose finished the college degree she had dreamed about all those years. One week after graduation Rose died peacefully in her sleep. Over 2,000 students attended her funeral honoring the wonderful woman who taught us such an important message.
51. Rose made herself known to the author in a _____ manner.
A. serious B. cold C. crazy D. humorous
52. Rose was considered a “time machine” because she _____.
A. always followed a str ict time schedule
B. was never late for any of her classes
C. had lived a long and rich life
D. always appeared in time whenever she was needed
53. According to Rose, growing up is different from growing older because _____.
A. growing up doesn’t need as much effort or talent as growing older 中学资源网,完全免费的中学资源网站
B. growing up means young people have enough time to waste
C. there is no need for one to worry about death
D. growing up means one has more chances or time to choose what one likes 
54. Rose came to study in college at such an old age for the purpose of _____.
A. challenging her old age   
B. realizing her long dream about college education
C. meeting someone rich and attractive
D. not having any regrets in her life
B
The desire for a better life is sometimes so big that it makes people leave their countries and their families and work in other countries. They know that they will have to face difficult moments, that they won't be able to communicate with the persons around them, and that they have to work in illegal conditions to get the money they need for their families, but they all take these chances and they hope they will succeed.
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On the other hand, there are people who immigrate (移民) just for the sake of the people they love. They leave their families to make other families with the people they love. Women go to meet their men who have chosen other countries to start a new life, even if they miss their families and friends. May be they don't have a place to work but they are able to wait to see what destiny (命运) has for them.
There are also the cases of the people who are forced to leave their countries because of a war which threatens their lives . They'd rather start from the very beginning again than risk putting their lives in danger.
When well-developed countries see that their homeland is being "invaded" by lots of immigrants, they set new laws that make immigration harder. As a result of this, many illegal immigrants cross the borders and are eager to work, although they are paid only half the amount of money native workers receive for the same kind of job.

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The opinions of the local people are varied and they range from total refusal to complete acceptance. Immigrants in countries which have large communities of them are fighting for the recognition of their social rights and for equal treatment. Many immigrants have managed to be fully accepted by the communities where they live and have managed to change the opinions of the local people about them.
55. Which of the following reasons for immigration is NOT mentioned in the passage?
A. Escaping from a war.  B. Being reunited with the beloved people.
C. Seeking a better life D. Studying a foreign language
56. What's the usual response to immigrants in well-developed countries?
A. To accept them.  B. To refuse them.
C. To put limitations on immigration. D. To encourage them.
57. Which of the following statements is NOT true according to the passage?
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A. Some immigrants are still fighting for their rights now.
B. Immigrants are never accepted no matter how hard they try.
C. Native people usually earn more money than illegal immigrants.
D. The local people have different attitud es toward immigrants.
58. The passage implies  that  _____.
A. many people go to other countries with great determination
B. illegal immigrants cause great damage to developed countries
C. stricter laws should be set to prevent immigration
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C
Where do you find out about the world’s longest walk? The world's tallest man? The world's oldest woman? You know the answer, of course. It is the Guinness Book of World Records. How would people find such unusual facts without this book?
Guinness Book did not exist until 1951. Here is what happened. The managing director of Guinness Brewery was a curious man. He wanted answers to some questions about records. For example, he wanted to know what was the fastest flying game bird in Europe. But he was frustrated. There was no book to answer questions like this.
The director, Sir Hugh Beaver, contacted the McWhirter twins. They were brothers who owned a research agency. He asked them to put together a new reference book. It would in clude all kinds of unusual records. The brothers quickly accepted. The first edition of their book was published in 1955. Soon the Guinness Book of World Records was a best seller. It has sold more copies than any book except the Bible. A new edition is published every year.

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Where do all the book's records come from? They are a combination of things like natural wonders, sports records, and stunts(特技) (How many people would push an egg with their noses if they weren’t trying to get to the book?).  But the editors try to keep things honest. All records must be verified by an investigator. Only then are they printed.
The Guinness Book is a big business. It is published in dozens of languages. There are TV shows and museums. It is proof of how interested people are in strange pieces of information.
59. The passage is mostly about _____.
A. the McWhirter twins B. the director Sir Hugh Beaver
C. unusual records in the Guinness Book D. a history of the Guinness Book
60. The Guinness Book _ ____.
A. is a best seller B. is published only in English
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61. It is clear from the passage that the McWhirter twins _____.
A. wanted to publish the book so that they set up a research agency
B. owned so good a research agency that they liked to help others
C. recognizes that Sir Hugh's idea for a book was a good one
D. wanted to know the answers to some questions about records
62. In this passage, the underlined word "verified" means _____.
A. questioned B. proved the truth C. written up D. blocked 内容来自zxzyw.cn

D
You might not know it, but there is something wonderful at your fingertips. You can make people happier, healthier and more hard-working just by touching their arms or holding their hands.
Doctors say that body contact is a kind of medicine that can work wonders. When people are touched, the quantity of hemoglobin (血红蛋白)-a type of matter that produces the red color in blood increases greatly. This results in more oxygen reaching every part of the body and the whole body benefits. In experiments, bottle-fed baby monkeys were separated from their mothers for the first ten days of life. They became sad and neg ative. Studies showed the monkeys were more probable to become ill than other babies that were allowed to stay with their mothers.
Human babies react in much the same way. Some years ago, a scientist noticed that some well-fed babies in a clean nursery became weak. Yet babies in another nursery were growing healthily, even though they ate less well and were not kept as clean. The reason, he concluded, was that they often had touches from nurses.         

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Experiments show that most people like being touched. And nearly al l doctors believe touch helps to reduce patients' fear of treatment. Of course there is time when a touch is not welcome. But even if we don't like being touched, a smile can make us feel better. Smiling increases blood flow and starts the production of "happy brain" chemicals. So let's have a big smile and don't forget to keep in touch.
63. Which of the following is NOT true?
A. Everyone knows that body contact can make people happier.
B. People may work harder because of body contact.
C. Your fingertips can do something.
D. People may not understand the importance of touching.
64. According to the passage _____.
A. human brains need oxygen and blood supply now and then
B. touches from doctors and nurses have nothing to do with treatment 本¥文¥来$自$中$学%资¥源¥网
C. new-born baby monkeys should stay away from their mothers
D. not all the people like being touched
65. The word "benefits" in the second paragraph probably means _____.
A. to be useful or helpful B. to get something useful or helpful
C. to be ill D. to be hurt
66. The best title for the passage might be _____.
A. Why People Touch B. Smile and Touch
C. Wonders of Touch D. Touch or Not
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E
Most people are aware of what the adoption process is because it has become rather common in our society. Adoption is where a child is legally placed with guardians (监护人) or parents (or perhaps a single parent) other than the birth mother or father. Once an adoption is finalized, all parental rights are turned over to the adoptive parents and there is no legal difference between adoptive parents and natural birth parents. There are generally two types of adoption, which are closed adoption and open adoption.
When an adopted person has access to his or her adoption file and original records, it is referred to as an open adoption. The term is also used to describe any contact that may be between the adoptive family, the birth parents, and the adopted child. The level of openness can change greatly in such contact depending on each individual relationship. There can be indirect contact between the natural birth parents and the child through the form of letters and photographs, or there can be actual physical contact. 内容来自z@x@z@y@w.cn
A semi-open adoption is where the birth parents may have contact with the adoptive parents before the birth of the child, either once or several times. After the birth there is no more contact. A semi-open adoption may remain as it is or it can become either open or closed.
A closed adoption is where only the medical and historical information about the biological parents is given to the adoptive family. Typically, the birth and adoptive parents do not know each other’s identities. The record of the birth parents is kept sealed (密封). A closed adoption is usually only effective in the adoption of babies. The adoption of an older child who already knows his or her birth parents cannot be kept closed.
67. How many adoption types are mentioned in the passage?
A. 2. B. 3. C. 4. D. 5.
68. Which of the following statements is TRUE about the closed adoption? 本¥文¥来$自$中$学%资zxzyw.cn源网
A. The birth parents may have indirect contact with the adoptive parents.
B. The biological parents may often go to see their birth child.
C. No information about the biological parents is given to the adoptive parents.
D. Generally speaking, the adoptive parents do not know the birth parents’ identities.
69. Suppose someone adopts a child and his biological parents often get contact with the child by telephone. We can call this adoption _____.
A. a closed adoption B. an open adoption
C. a semi-open adoption D. a semi-closed adoption
70. From the passage, we know adoption is _____.
A. where a child is brought up by the government
B. where a child is legally sent abroad by the birth parents
C. where a child is legally placed with adoptive parents 本¥文¥来$自$中$学%资¥源¥网
D. where a child is sent to live with the children whose parents have died

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第四部分:书面表达(共两节,满分50分)
第一节:完成句子(共10小题,每小题2分,满分20分)
阅读下列各小题,根据汉语提示,用句末括号内的英语单词完成句子,并将答案写在答题卡上的相应题号后。
71. Even though the robot, Tony, has been so clever, he will have to _____ —— you can’t have women falling in love with machines. (rebuild)
尽管机器人Tony很聪明,他还是得做一番改建 —— 总不能让女人和机器相爱吧。
72. James seemed _____ to Lily. He knew her well.(introduce)
James好像早已被介绍给了Lily认识,他跟她很熟嘛。
73. As we drew closer, I could see a whale _____ by a pack of about six other killers. (attack)
当我们靠近时,我看见一头大鲸正受六、七条虎鲸的攻击。
74. We walked for two and a half hours to get there —— first up a mountain to a ridge _____ fantastic views and then down a steep path to the valley below. (have) zxzyw.cn,中学资源网
我们步行了两个半小时才到达那里 —— 先是爬山,爬到山脊,从那我们看到了奇妙的景色,然后下一个陡坡,一直走到下面的山谷。
75. Shenzhou-V, _____ into space on October 15th, 2003, was China’s first manned spaceship. (send)
神舟五号,它于2003年10月15日被送入太空,是中国第一艘载人飞船!
76. That year in Cambridge, I remember, ______ were required to take part in the Boat Race. (strong)
我记得那年在剑桥,十个年轻力壮的中国学生被要求参加龙舟赛。
77. They’ve got three children, the youngest of _____ at college. (study)
他们有三个孩子,最小的那个在大学学习音乐。
78. They have a good knowledge of English but little _____ German.(know)
他们的英语非常好,但是他们几乎不懂得德语。
79. He wasn’t given enough financial support, otherwise he _____. (give)

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他没有获得足够的金融支持,不然的话,他不会放弃的。
80. He _____ in maths, but I don’t know why he failed in the examination. (do)
他的确数学学得很好,但我不知道他为什么考试失利。
第二节:短文写作 (共一题;满分30 分)
当今,社会上有许多人处于困境需要帮助,因此,越来越多的人参加志愿工作。请以The benefits of being a volunteer为题写一篇短文谈谈你对志愿工作好处的看法。主要内容如下:
1. 帮助有困难的人们;
2. 更好地了解我们周围的世界;
3. 学到知识,获取经验;
……
注意: 1. 内容包括以上要点,但不要逐句翻译,可适当拓展;
2. 字数120词左右。
3. 参考词汇:volunteering 义工工作/志愿工作
 
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The benefits of being a volunteer
 
 
One possible version:
Today, more and more people in the world take part in volunteering. It’s very meaningful and wonderful. In my opinion, we can gain a lot from the activity.
First, we can help others who are in trouble. We can understand better with each other. The smiles of the people can make us feel happy and encourage us in return. Second, we can have a better understanding (高中www.gaozhong.cc/)of the world, such as the earth, animals, environment and so on. A lot of knowledge can be gained in our mind. Third, during volunteering, we can acquire much experience. We can open our hearts when communicating with others. We can handle the difficulties better and more effectively. Of course, we can gain a lot more besides what are mentioned above. So, let’s go to be a volunteer. (w134)

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(Text 1)
M: When can we expect you for dinner? Can you come tonight?
W: Not tonight. I promised to go to a concert with my sister.
M: Well....How about Friday then?
W: That sounds fine.
(Text 2)
M: What kind of music do you like?
W: I like classical music. Do you?
M: Well, you see, classical music always sends me to sleep.
(Text 3)
M: Hi! Weren't you two at the English Evening yesterday?
W: Yes. How did you like it?
M: I thought it was great! I'm Jeff. What are your names?
W: I'm Allison and this is Melissa.
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(Text 4)
W: Can you take me to the Fairyland Railway Station quickly? I'm afraid I won't be in time for my train to Manchester.
M: I'll try. But the traffic is so heavy; it will take at least 15 minutes.
W: OK. In that case I'll still have another 15 minutes left for my nine forty train.
(Text 5)
W: How came you were absent from class yesterday morning, Henry?
M: I'm sorry, Madam. My cousin was coming home from England, and I had to go to the airport with my father to meet him.
W: Better ask for permission next time.
(Text 6)
W: Tell me, Jack. Do you look through the Web much?
M: Well, to tell the truth, I'm so busy with my work. I don't really have much time to surf the Web. Let me think...I suppose I log on a couple of times a week, for about two or three hours at a time. 本¥文¥来$自$中$学%资zxzyw.cn源网
W: So, what do you do on the Internet when you log on?
M: Well, sometimes I look up information I need for my job. It saves a lot of time looking through books in the library.
W: Yes, it sure does.
(Text 7)
W: Oh, dear!
M: I'm sorry. I do hope I haven't hurt you.
W: Oh, no. I was just a little startled. That's all right. It's quite all right.
M: But it isn't all right. I made you drop your shopping bags. Let me pick these bags up.
W: You must have been in a great hurry. Never mind.
M: I was only going to catch the bus. I'm afraid I wasn't looking where I was going. I hope nothing was destroyed.
W: Oh, no. Thank you very much.
M: I do apologize.  中学资源网,完全免费的中学资源网站
W: Don't worry about it. There is no need to apologize. Look! Here comes the bus. You'll catch it if you run.
M: Oh, so I shall.
(Text 8)
M: Hello, Ms Thomas. What can I do for you?
W: Well, I've been having bad stomach pains lately, doctor.
M: Oh, I'm sorry to hear that. How long have you been having them?
W: Just in the last few weeks. I get a very sharp pain about an hour after having meals.
M: I see. Do you get this after every meal?
W: Let me think. No, it's usually in the afternoon, after lunch.
M: Well, what do you have for lunch?
W: Oh, I mostly just have a quick hamburger and rush back to the office. We're very busy at the moment.
M: Well, I don't think it's a serious thing. Maybe you eat too quickly. It's bad for your health. 本¥文¥来$自$中$学%资¥源¥网
W: My husband is always telling me that.
M: Anyway, I'll give you something for it and see what happens. Take the medicine three times a day.
W: After meals or before?
M: After eating.
W: Thank you, doctor.
M: You're welcome.
(Text 9)
W: Dad, what will we have for dinner?
M: I don't know. Maybe fried fish, chicken soup and...
W: Oh, no, I'm tired of such things now.
M: I'm sorry. But that is the only thing I can cook. What do you want to have then?
W: I do wish Mom were at home. Why don't we go and eat out for a change?
M: Oh, that's a good idea. I like Kentucky fried chicken very much.
W: Dad, you always talk about fried chicken. Let's have something different. I'd like to go to McDonald's this time.

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M: OK then. You'll drive, won't you?
W: No, I'm a bit tired today. You should drive.
M: OK, OK. I always do things like that. I hope your Mom will be back soon. Ah here we are.
W: Dad, what would you like to have? I'd like a hamburger.
M: I want one, too. And some French fries, Jill? 
W: Please buy me some salad instead. And a glass of Coke. OK?
M: Hamburger, salad, and a glass of Coke. Is that all for you, Jill?
W: Right, and give me an ice cream, too. I'll go and find the seats.
M: And I'll get some vegetables for myself, and a coffee...

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