高一英语上学期期末联考试题

浙江省杭州地区(含周边)重点中学 学年高一上学期期末联考英语试 题
考生须知: 1.本卷满分 120 分,考试时间 100 分钟。 2. 答题前, 在答题卷指定区域填写班级﹑姓名﹑考场号﹑座位号及准考证号并填涂相应数字。 3.所有答案必须写在答题卷上,写在试题卷上无效。 4.考试结束后,只需上交答题卷 选择题部分 (满分 95 分) 第一部分 听力(共 20 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 20 分) 第一节 听下面 5 段对话。每段对话后有一个小题,从题中所给的 A、B、C 三个选项中选出最佳选项, 并标在试卷的相应位置。听完每段对话后,你都有 10 秒钟的时间来回答有关小题和阅读下一 小题。每段对话仅读一遍。 1. What does the man think of Linda’s husband? A. Clever. B. Unfriendly. C. Quiet. 2. What will the weather be like on Friday? A. Rainy. B. Windy. C. Sunny. 3. What are the speakers talking about? A. A hotel. B. An airport. C. A hospital. 4. What does the man suggest doing? A. Going fishing. B. Staying at home. C. Buying some books. 5. What is in the man’s bag? A. Some CDs. B. Some bottles. C. Some books. 第二节 听下面 5 段对话或独白。每段对话或独白后有几个小题,从题中所给的 A、B、C 三个选项中 选出最佳选项,并标在试卷的相应位置。听每段对话或独白前,你将有时间阅读各个小题, 每小题 5 秒钟;听完后,各小题将给出 5 秒钟的作答时间。每段对话或独白读两遍。 听第 7 段材料,回答第 6、7 题。 6. What does the woman usually do on Saturdays? A. She goes swimming. B. She plays basketball. C. She goes shopping. 7. When does the woman usually go to the cinema with friends? A. On Friday nights. B. On Saturday nights. C. On Sunday nights. 听第 7 段材料,回答第 8、9 题。 8. What was the relationship between the woman and Jim in the past? A. Relatives. B. Classmates. C. Workmates. 9. What is the woman? A. A film actress. B. An art director. C. A magazine editor. 听第 8 段材料,回答第 10 至 12 题。 10. Where does the woman live now? A. In Canada. B. In America. C. In Japan.
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11. What language is the woman good at? A. Italian. B. French. C. Spanish. 12. What does the woman teach in a school? A. Medicine. B. English. C. Maths. 听第 9 段材料,回答第 13 至 16 题。 13. Where does the conversation take place? A. In a park. B. At a hotel. C. In the street. 14. What is the weather like today? A. Sunny. B. Rainy. C. Cloudy. 15. How will the man probably go to Wrigley Field? A. By bus.B. By taxi. C. By subway. 16. What time is it probably now? A. 3:00 p.m. B. 4:00 p.m. C. 5:00 p.m. 听第 8 段材料,回答第 17 至 20 题。 17. Where does the speaker have breakfast if the weather is fine? A. In the garden. B. In the kitchen. C. In the living room. 18. When does the speaker usually go to work? A. At 2:00 p.m. B. At 6:00 p.m. C. At 6:30 p.m. 19. How does the speaker usually go home from the restaurant? A. By bus.B. By taxi. C. By train. 20. What do we know about the speaker? A. She is a violinist. B. She often eats alone after work. C. She often reads the newspaper at night. 第二部分:英语知识运用(共两节, 满分 40 分) 第一节:单项填空(共 20 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 20 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,并在答题纸上将该选项标号涂 黑。 21. —Can you get me to the station by 11:30? —_______. It’s only 10 o’clock now. A. Good idea B. I’m with you C. Not exactly D. No problem 22. As _______ monitor of our class, Jason has _______ great responsibility to get the class to work together as a team. . A. a; the B.不填; a C. a; 不填 D. a; a 23. This should have been decided long before now; we can't think of_______. A. everything B. anything C. nothing D. something 24. There is a new ______ bus service to the school so that students can use a student ID to take it. A. normal B. usual C. regular D. common 25. Mr. Durant lived in London for a couple of years, _______ he taught French then. A. which B. who C. when D. where 26. Because the shop ______, all the T-shirts are sold at half price. A. has closed down B. closed down C. is closing down D. had closed down
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27. She hasn't been seen for four days and there is a growing _______ about her safety in her family. A. demand B. concern C. influence D. doubt 28. I would love to talk to my grandparents _______ they're probably a book of knowledge waiting to be read. A. though B. until C. because D. if 29. I have worked in this city for five years but never really feel I_______. A. belong B. care C. survive D. disagree 30. Standing in the middle of _______was once a beautiful school, I looked around and found it lying in ruins after the earthquake. A. which B. that C. where D. what 31. The problem is that there are often no signs until it is too late, _______it difficult to avoid. A. made B. to make C. making D. having made 32. Asked how she was getting along with her work, Selena just said she was all right and_______ tell me about it in detail. A. couldn’t B. wouldn’t C. mustn’t D. shouldn’t 33. All people were shocked by what the little girl ______ when she was cheated and worked as a slave for 12 years. A. went over B. went through C. got off D. got away 34.—Catherine wasn't sure the dress was the right one, but she bought it _______. —She is always easily persuaded, I shouldn’t wonder. A. instead B. anyhow C. meanwhile D. otherwise 35. As is known to all language learners, the newly learnt words will soon be forgotten unless ______ used in everyday communication. A. generally B. loosely C. exactly D. frequently 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,掌握其大意,然后从 21—40 题所给的四个选项(A、B、C、D)中,选出最佳 选项,并在答题纸上将该选项标号涂黑。 A swift summer wind had carried away most of the heat. Hundreds of fellow 36 poured out of the gym like ants before a rain. We were 37 to continue our trip across Kansas with such nice weather. Once my family had our bikes prepared and our helmets(头盔)on, we 38 , cycling at a regular pace, one behind the other. Soon the community started to come 39 . Business men hurriedly 40 for their offices and farmers turned aside their trucks around us. A few honked (按 喇叭), some waved and others just drove by 41 we weren't even there. Our route soon led to the countryside, and the 42 turned from the town to wide-open wheat fields. The golden-brown heads of grain were bent, 43 the harvest was about to begin. As we continued, we began to see grasslands filled with cattle. The young calves 44 watched us ride by as they gathered near their mothers. 45 , the grasslands become hillier, and we entered the Flint Hills. Small rocks 46 out of the short, green grass throughout the grassland. The road ahead changed, too, as we went. The muscles in my legs started to 47 as I slowed down to make it up hills. Each bend seemed a greater 48 than the last, but the hard
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work 49 paid off when I sped down the backside of the bend. The cool wind strongly pushed my shirt 50 me as I hit 30 miles per hour. The scene was a shadow from the 51 of my eye as I focused on the road. I was at the bottom in a short time it took me to get up the bend. At the 52 of the next hill, I saw a water tower in the distance. A sudden burst of energy shot through my body. I knew our 53 point for the day was only a few miles away. At each top the tower became a little bigger and other buildings came into view. 54 , we came rolling into another town, similar to the former one, yet 55 . Every part of Kansas enjoys a different beauty. 36. A. competitors B. students C. workers D. cyclists 37. A. grateful B. excited C. frightened D. upset 38. A. took off B. came up C. joined in D. set down 39. A. loose B. close C. alive D. peaceful 40. A. looked B. provided C. served D. headed 41. A. as if B. so that C. even though D. in case 42. A. route B. scene C. traffic D. wheel 43. A. fancying B. determiningC. signaling D. wondering 44. A. calmly B. carefully C. hopefully D. anxiously 45. A. Gradually B. Actually C. Luckily D. Exactly 46. A. ran B. stood C. flowed D. jumped 47. A. build B. relax C. ache D. break 48. A. difficulty B. advantage C. performance D. chance 49. A. likely B. absolutely C. especially D. finally 50. A. beneath B, against C. from D. with 51. A. movement B. corner C. test D. communication 52. A. top B. sight C. foot D. bend 53. A. starting B. turningC. meeting D. stopping 54. A. Instead B. Lately C. Soon D. Besides 55. A. strange B. unequalled C. ordinary D. dusty 第二部分:阅读理解(共两节。第一节 12 小题,第二节 5 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 34 分) 第一节:阅读下列短文,从每题所给的四个选项(A、B、C、D)中,选出最佳选项,并在答 题纸上将该选项标号涂黑。 A One of the best-known American writers of children’s books is Alfred Strong, or Doctor Strong, as he is better known to readers everywhere. Now, an art show called “Doctor Strong From Then to Now” is travelling around the United States. The pictures and drawings show the history of Doctor Strong. Doctor Strong first became famous almost fifty years ago when his first children’s book was published. Since then, he has written forty-five books that have sold more than one hundred million copies around the world. Doctor Strong’s books are known for their easy use of words and colorful, hand-drawn pictures. These drawings bring life to his imaginary creatures. The Cat in the Hat, Horton the Elephant, The Grinch Who Stole Christmas, and hundreds of others. The San Diego Museum, in California, organized the art show. It included about three hundred Doctor Strong’s original(最早的) drawings and some of his writings.
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Most of Doctor Strong’s books, although written in a funny way, have serious messages. For example, in Mc Elligot’s Pool, he describes the danger of pollution. He discusses the arms race (军备 竞赛) in The Butter Battle Book, written in nineteen eighty-four. Doctor Strong is almost eighty-four years old now. He says he never planned to write stories just for children. He says he writes stories that interest people of all ages. He says he uses easy words so that everyone, even a child, can understand. 56. Doctor Strong first became famous in _______. A. his eighties when an art show was travelling around the United States B. his fifties when his drawings and writings were published C. nineteen eighty-four when his book MeEligot’s Pool was published D. his thirties when his first book was published 57. Doctor Strong’s books are very popular in America because _______. A. they are stories about animals such as cats, elephants and so on B. they are written in easy words with colourful pictures C. he organized the art show in California D. they are written in a funny way 58. His purpose in writing many such books is _______. A. to show his original pictures and drawings B. to organize a special art show of his own C. to make his readers laugh or smile when they read his books D. to interest people as well as tell the truth about social problems B It's long been known that dogs and cats, with their well developed sense of smell, can be trained to identify the chemicals released by human illnesses. In some cases, researchers have even trained household pets to detect or predict epilepsy (癫痫病) . But what if we could fine set that sense and put it into a microchip, allowing us to create a breathalyzer for diseases? For Dr. Andrew Koehl, the inventor of the microchip technology at the heart of this digital nose, the technology that will allow us to do just that is already here. “We can detect down to parts per billion levels,” Koehl says. “To give you a similarity that's equal to one drop in an Olympic size swimming pool.” The sensor identifies each chemical's make-up in the air. If the sensor is set to a certain level, it will set off an alarm. Work continues to make it smaller and makes it able to enter the healthcare market. Within several years, the company hopes to develop it as a diagnostic(诊断) tool. “What's amazing is that there really are chemicals on your breath that indicate illness, that's been shown through a number of studies and we can detect those,” he said. “There have already been a number of research papers published suggesting we can detect many disease.” At the beginning, the technology had been developed for defense purposes. He said the terror caused by the events of September 11 had got him thinking about the application of this type of sensor in safety check. “Originally it was aimed at detecting things like explosives, poisonous chemicals and other terrors that might occur,” said Dr Koehl. Eventually the sensor could become a part of many everyday instruments, warning users of which foods are going bad in the fridge or even the best moment to take the roast out of the microwave oven.
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You could even, one day, have a digital nose that you could carry in your pocket. “More recently we've been looking at user spaces so we're talking to a number of producers of mobile phones and mobile phone parts,” he said. “We want to develop a module small enough to put into mobile devices like phones.” 59. It can be inferred from the passage that_______. A. This type of sensor was designed to prevent disease at first B. The digital nose can be put into mobile phones at present C. Users might take the mobile devices with them in near future D. The new invention has already entered the healthcare market 60. The underlined word “ detect”(Paragraph1)is closest in meaning to_______. A. protect B. discover C. settle D. remove 61. What’s the passage mainly about? A. Dogs and cats have a strong sense of smell. B. A new sensor is used to identify chemicals. C. Modern technology is developing very fast. D. Digital nose on a microchip can smell diseases. C Archaeologists(考古学家) studying Stonehenge and its surrounding area say they've dug up the relics of an untouched, ancient campsite that dates back to 6,000 years--a find that could rewrite British prehistory. “This is the most important discovery at Stonehenge in over 60 years,” Professor Tim Darvill, a Bournemouth University archaeologist and a Stonehenge expert who did not take part in the new discovery, told the Telegraph. And as he told The Huffington Post in an email, the discovery changes earlier theories that Stonehenge was built in a landscape that was not heavily used before about 3000 B.C. The discovery was made during a dig at Blick Mead, a site about 1.5 miles from Stonehenge. Researchers found charcoal(木炭) dating back to 4,000 B.C. and evidence of possible buildings, according to a statement released by the university. They also dug up burnt stone and tools, as well as the remains of animals--ancient cattle that served as food for ancient hunter-gatherers. The researchers plan further analysis on the artificial objects but say they're worried the tunnel construction (隧道建设)could damage the site and get in the way of their work. “Blick Mead could explain what archaeologists have been searching for centuries--an answer to the story of Stonehenge’s past,” David Jacques, the University of Buckingham archaeologist who discovered the campsite, told The Guardian. “But our only chance to find out about the earliest part of Britain’s history could be ruined if the tunnel goes ahead.” Stonehenge, a prehistoric monument made up of a ring of standing stones, lies eight miles north of Salisbury, England in Wiltshire. It has been listed as a World Heritage Site since 1986. 62. The main purpose of the passage is _________ A. to introduce a recent discovery of ancient relics B. to call on people to protect the ancient relics C. to warn the researchers not to do further analysis D. to attract more tourists to visit Stonehenge 63. We can learn from the passage that_______.
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A. the researchers express their concern that the relics might be ruined B. the ancient campsite has been destroyed by the construction workers C. archaeologists are repairing artificial objects founded in the relic site D. the tunnel construction rewrites the earliest part of Britain’s history 64. In which section of a newspaper can we read this passage? A. Travel. B. Business. C. Lifestyle. D. Culture. 65. What might be the best title for the passage? A. Stonehenge Is In Danger of Being Destroyed Because Of the Find. B. New Stonehenge Discovery Described As Most Important In 60 years. C. A New Tunnel Is Being Constructed Under Stonehenge. D. Stonehenge Has Been Listed as a World Heritage Site Since 1986. D Earlier this month, blogger Lisa Henderson announced that she and her husband John had decided not to have Christmas. The family, who lives in Utah, will still put up decorations, but presents from Santa are a no-go this year. “John and I feel like we are fighting a very hard uphill battle with our kids when it comes to their rights,” Henderson wrote on her blog. “It is one of the biggest struggles as a parent these days in middle class America. Our kids have been acting so ungrateful lately. ... John said, “We shouldn’t just celebrate Christmas. And, so that’s what we did.” Instead, the Hendersons are putting the money they would have spent on gifts toward service projects in order to teach their three sons the “pleasure of giving.” The children will still receive gifts from grandparents and other family members, but this year, she said, their letters to Santa will be asking him to find someone who needs presents more than they do. In an interview with ABC News, 11-year-old Caleb Henderson admitted that he and his brothers had been behaving badly. “We would hit each other, we were fighting. Crying,” he admitted, and Lisa said that when she broke the news to her sons, they cried pretty hard. But so far, Henderson told Fox News last week, the family is having a sudden turning this into a different kind of gift. They have already held a clothing drive and sent boxes of clothes and candy to a village in the Philippines that was hit hard last year by Typhoon Haiyan. “The children were excited and kept wanting to give more and more,” she reported on her blog. Many readers responded positively to Henderson's post, some sharing their own stories of limiting Christmas in order to teach their children to be charitable(仁慈的)or grateful. “As parents you're giving your kids something so much more special than a bunch of gifts on Christmas,” one wrote. But Henderson received negative follow-ups as well on her blog. Responding to critics, she updated her blog with a statement that reads, in part: I just wanted to explain a couple of things. First, my kids are in no way hurting for things... They have reacted by making gifts for each other and packing them into each other's stockings stealthily. They are learning exactly what we wanted them to learn, because they are not moving around feeling sorry for themselves. They are thinking of others. The second thing I wanted to explain is why I wrote this post. Some people seem to think I wrote this for attention. Ummm, the attention you get from posts like this is not good and actually extremely difficult to deal with.... The reason I wrote this post is I want to empower parents to feel
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like it’s okay to take a stand. ... I wanted to share what we are doing, so any parents that feel they are struggling with the same issues in their home can see what others are doing and get ideas for their family. My intention is to help support other parents and to raise amazing kids. 66. The Hendersons decided not to spend Christmas because_______. A. their kids could receive presents from their other family members B. the struggling couple tried to save some money to buy kids gifts C. they wanted to make their kids understand the pleasure of giving D. the whole family would go to the disaster areas in the Philippines 67. After joining their parents in doing volunteer services, the Hendersons’ kids became_______. A. selfish and stubborn B. determined and devoted C. hopeful and honest D. grateful and generous 68. The underlined sentence in Paragraph 4 can be replaced by_______. A. all the kids let out an excited cry when Santa sent them Christmas presents B. when Lisa told the kids they didn’t spend Christmas, they felt extremely sad C. the moment Lisa said the Philippines was hit by typhoon, they burst into tears D. when their grandparents didn't send them gifts, the kids couldn't help crying . 69. From the last two paragraphs we can conclude that_______. A. the writer wants to share his experiences of raising amazing kids B. educating kids needs regular communication and great patience C. the writer strongly called on people to care for the unfortunate D. parents should praise children for their kindness to other people 70. Which of the following can be the best title? A. Why These Parents Decided Not To Celebrate Christmas. B. How Americans Spend A Traditional Christmas Nowadays. C. A Hard Battle between Kids And Parents At Christmas. D. What American People Do To Have A Nice Christmas. 第二节:下面文章中有 5 处(第 73~77 题)需要添加小标题,请从以下选项中选出符合各段 意思的小标题,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑,选项中一项为多余选项。 A. A “Personal Achievement” List. B. A “Gift And Shopping” List C. A “Laughter” List. D. A “Mistakes And Lessons Learned” List. E. A “Giving ” List. F. A “People” List. 5 Essential Lists to Make Before the End of This Year Time flies, doesn't it? Hard to believe it's December already. It's an emotional mixed bag for many -a roller coaster(过山车) of highs and lows. Some succeeded in work, others struck-out, some hearts trembled, and others broke. Here are five lists to make and reflect upon: 71. _______New friends and old -- networking connections that turned out to be so much more. Think through the people who really influenced your life this year, those who encouraged you, those who believed in you, those who gave you a big opportunity -- thank them. Once you have your list, let them know how thankful you are, take them out for lunch, send a card, an email, write a letter or make a phone call. As we reflect on how others have poured into our lives, we'll think of ways we can pay it forward.
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72. _______Whether it's professionally, spiritually, physically, intellectually, or relationally, write down the ways you've succeeded in these areas. Perhaps a promotion at work, or finally breaking free from your job; becoming more devoted to your beliefs; increasing your fitness levels; spending more time with your partner. You'll be surprised at how much you were able to accomplish in one year. It's healthy to give yourself a pat on the back, and it'll be fuel and motivation to progress in your goals. 73. _______The only failure is in failing to learn from the experience. Everyone's a little injured and depressed from falling flat on our faces throughout the year. Make a list of mistakes for the single purpose of drawing a valuable lesson from each one. Our trials can be our greatest teachers, if we take the time to sit and listen. 74. _______Humor is incredibly healthy. Laughter is not only a unique human experience, but something we can never have too much of. No doubt there were plenty of incidences that would've gone viral (中毒)had you caught them on camera. At least you can put them on paper. This will be a difficult list to put together as you'll keep interrupting yourself with a good laugh. More than just releasing happy chemicals, it'll remind you not to take life or yourselves too seriously. 75. _______.This list is commonly the most difficult to put together, because it often uncovers the degree of our selfishness. But, no pain no gain right? Make a list of ways that you've given without any expectation of return: a random act of kindness, a generous donation, or helping someone out at work. The good news is, the year isn't over yet, and this is one list we all want to grow.

语言知识运用, (满分 25 分) 单词拼写,每小题 1 分(满分 10 分) 1. The company has put a lot of a___________ in a newspaper to sell its product. 2. C__________ to our small flat, Bill's house seemed like a palace. 3. Though cheap, the watch is quite v________ to him, because it is a gift from his grandparents. 4. The restaurant c_______ me ?20 for dinner, but I still feel it was a little expensive. 5. He was very shy to hear people think so h_______ of him. 6. She’ll never give up even if she should fail ten times, for she's a very d_______ person. 7. He is the first a_______ to compete both in the Summer Olympics and in the Winter Olympics. 8. Susan suggested going for a picnic, but __________ I thought it was too cold to go out.
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9. The dentist was having difficulty p________ the stubborn old man to lie down and open his mouth. 10. Students use e_______ mail to write messages to each other by Internet. 第二节:书面表达(满分 15 分) 假定你是李华,外教 Elva 将在下学期开设一门英语选修课,学校为此征求各班学生的意见。 请你就此情况给 Elva 写一封建议信。内容包括: 1. 建议开一门有关某方面内容的选修课。 2. 说出开设该选修课的理由(至少三条) 。 注意:1. 词数 100-120 左右。 2. 不必写出选修课的具体名称。 3. 信的开头和结尾已写好,不计入词数。 Dear Elva: How are things going? What a surprise it is to hear you’ll develop an optional course next term! Therefore, our school is seeking suggestions from us students.

We would be very grateful if our humble suggestion received your favorable consideration. Yours sincerely Li Hua

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听力 1-5 BCCBC 6-10 CACBA 11-15 BABAC 16-20. AACBA 单项 21-25 DBACD 26-30 CBCAD 31-35 CBBBD 完型 36-40 DBACD 41-45 ABCDA 46-50 BCADB 51-55 BADCB 阅读 56-60 DBDCB 61-65 DAADB 66-70CDBAA 71-75 FDACE 单拼 1. advertisements 2. compared 3. valuable 4. charged 5. highly 6. determined 7. athlete 8. personally 9. persuading 10. electronic Dear Elva: How are things going? What a surprise it is to hear that you’ll develop an optional course next term! Therefore, our school is seeking suggestions from us students. As far as I’m concerned, most classmates really expect you to offer Selected British and American Newspaper Readings. The reasons are as follows: Firstly, it enables us to know current affairs in the world very well, through which we can keep pace with the times. Secondly, we can improve reading comprehension as well as enlarge vocabulary. Thirdly, reading various articles written by native speakers provides us ready access to rich, fresh and practical language, which should further arouse our passion for English. In addition, we will learn what we can’t learn from the textbooks such as different cultures and customs. In this way, it will help to broaden our horizon and open our views. All in all, we will certainly benefit from it greatly whatever course it is. We would be very grateful if our humble suggestion received your favorable consideration. Yours sincerely Li Hua

听力材料 (Text 1) W: Linda is very quiet, but her husband talks too much. M: Yes, you are right and he isn’t friendly either. (Text 2) M: I’m really tired of this weather. Rain, rain, rain. W: Don’t worry. The weather report says it will be sunny on Friday. Don’t forget to bring your
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umbrella today. (Text 3) M: They may be proud of their new equipment, but I’m disappointed. Their nurses are not friendly and everything seems to be running behind schedule. W: Not to mention the fact that it’s noisy because no one observes visiting hours. (Text 4) W: Do you want to go fishing today? M: It’s raining. Let’s stay at home. W: What can we do at home? M: Let’s just relax and read some good books. (Text 5) W: What’s in your bag? It’s so heavy. M: Nothing. Just some books. I like to read on the plane. W: That’s all? You must at least have some CDs in there. M: No, I hate music. I just like to read. (Text 6) M: So, when do you usually do housework, shopping, things like that? W: Hmm, on Mondays I usually clean the house in the morning. Early, from seven to eight. M: How about the shopping? W: 6I usually do that on Saturdays, before work. M: You seem pretty busy with school, work and housework! Do you have time for anything else? W: Yeah. Sure. I swim and play basketball in the mornings on Tuesdays and Thursdays, and 7I usually go out to see a movie with friends on Friday nights. M: And how about Sundays? W: I sleep all day. (Text 7) W: Hi. My name’s Alex. M: Alex. Oh, you’re Jim’s friend. W: Yeah. 8We worked in the same office ... until he moved to Hawaii. You look a lot like Jim. Are you related? M: Yeah, we’re cousins. His mum and my mum are sisters. W: Do you live here? Around here? M: No, I live in San Francisco. I just came for the wedding. W: San Francisco? Me, too. I just came for the wedding, too. M: Oh. Great. What do you do in San Francisco? W: 9I’m an art director in a fashion magazine. How about you? M: Well, I’m sort of an artist, too. I make films. (Text 8) M: Excuse me, madam, have you got a moment? I’m doing a survey on TV watching habits. Could I ask you a few questions? W: Certainly. Go ahead. M: Well, I need some basic information about you. First of all, what is your name? W: Anne. M: Are you a Canadian citizen?
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W: Actually, I am American. 10I have been living here in Canada for more than 15 years. But I was born in the US. M: What is your first language? ... Or the language you wish to use in the survey? W: You may ask the questions in either language. 11I am good at French, but my mother language is English. M: What is your job? W: I am a doctor working for the General Hospital. I also consider myself a medical science researcher. 12I teach medicine in a school, too. That is why I am very busy. (Text 9) M: Excuse me, madam? W: Yes, sir. How can I help you? M: 13I’m a guest in Room 514. I have some free time this afternoon, so I want to go to see a park, a landmark, something like that. What would you suggest? W: Uh ... 14Wrigley Field on a sunny day like today is nice. M: Wrigley Field? Don’t the clubs play baseball there? W: That’s right. In fact, 16they have a game there at 4:00. If you want to see a building with history, I think Wrigley Field is the Chicago landmark for you to see. M: Great. How do I get there? W: Go north one block and take the subway. 15Nothing gets you in or out of Wrigley faster than it. M: Well, 16the game starts in one hour, so I’d better go now. Thanks for your help. W: Have a good time! (Text 10) W: My daily routine ... Well, I get up at about ten o’clock, and 17I usually have breakfast in the garden if it’s a nice day. I love sitting in the garden reading the newspaper. I have lunch at about two, and then 20practise my violin in the afternoon. Concerts in Liverpool usually start at eight, so 18I go to work at half past six and get the train to the city centre. After the concert ... er ... well, I finish work at about half past ten, then have dinner in a restaurant with some friends from the orchestra. 19I usually take a taxi from the restaurant, and get home at about half past twelve. Then I watch TV or read a book, and go to bed at about two o’clock in the morning. And, that’s my day.

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