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北京市海淀区 2009 届高三二模(英语)
本试卷分第Ⅰ卷(选择题)和第Ⅱ卷(非选择题)两部分,共 150 分。考试时间 120 分 钟。

第Ⅰ卷(选择题 共 115 分)

第一部分听力(共两节,满分 30 分) 第一节(共 5 小题;每小题 l.5 分,满分 7.5 分) 听下面五段对话。每段对话后有一小题,从题中所给的 A、B、C 三个选项中选出最佳选 项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。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.Where is the woman now? A.In Apple Street. 2.Why was the man late? A.He had a visitor. B.He missed the bus. C.He forgot the time. B.In king Street. C.In Willow Street.

3.What is the possible relationship between the two speakers? A.Friends. B.Parent and child. C.Employer and employee.

4.How many units must the man review over the weekend? A.Four. B.Five. C.Nine.

5.What does the woman mean? A.They prefer to stand. B.They can’t find seats. C.They can sit near the stage.

第二节(共 15 小题;每小题 1.5 分,满分 22.5 分) 听下面 6 段对话或独白。每段对话或独白后有几个小题,从题中所给的 A、B、C 三个选 项中选出最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。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。每段对话或独你将听两遍。 听第 6 段材料,回答第 6 至 7 题。 6.What is the woman doing? A.Buying a ticket. B.Serving a meal. C.Booking a table.

7.When will the woman probably be there?

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A.At 2:00.

B.At 3:00.

C.At 5:00.

听第 7 段材料,回答第 8 至 9 题。 8.What do we learn about Peter? A.He enjoys collecting money. B.He won a cycle race. C.He was given a bike. 9.How long has he been cycling? A.5 years. B.17 years. C.22 years.

听第 8 段材料,回答第 l0 至 11 题。 10.On which floor can you see smoke and flames? A.The ground floor. B.The fourth f1oor. C.The tenth floor.

11.What are the firemen doing? A.They are climbing out of the window. B.They are stopping the traffic. C.They are carrying an old man. 听第 9 段材料,回答第 12 至 14 题。 12.Where does the conversation take place? A.In a concert hall. B.In an old palace. C.In an art school

13.What does the man like best in this place? A.The lights. B.The paintings. C.The colours.

14.What do we know about the two speakers? A.They are interested in the p1ace. B.They wish to become rich soon. C.They want to live in the house. 听第 10 段材料,回答第 15 至 17 题。 15.What are the speakers mainly talking about? A.The interview. B.The candidates. C.The jobs.

16.What does the woman think of Mary? A.Calm. B.Reliable. C.Confident.

17.Who will probably get the job?
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A.Jane.

B.Sophie.

C.Mary.

听第 11 段材料,回答第 18 至 20 题。 18.What prevents the man taking the Shakespeare course? A.It's already full. B.It’s very expensive. C.It requires a starter course.

19.What problem does the man have? A.He can’t take evening classes. B.His boss won’t give him a leave. C.He has to take the course many times. 20.What will the man do? A.Give up his job at the café. B.Check the course at another college. C.Change his work hours with his friend. 第二部分:英语知识运用(共两节, 满分 45 分) 第一节:单项填空(共 15 小题,每小题 1 分,满分 15 分) 从 A、B、C、D 四个选项中,选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该选项 的标号涂黑。 21.—Do you have Mary's address? —Sorry, I don't have it ______ me at present. A.to B.on C.for D.from

22.Mike seldom asks ______ questions in class, but today he raised ______ fairly good one. A./; a B.the; a C./; the D./; /

23.—Hi, David, I heard you had an accident this morning. —Yes.Luckily, I hit the brakes in time ______ I would be injured badly. A.and B.but C.or D.so

24.You really need to go out and get some fresh air and sunshine.You ______ overworked during the last two weeks. A.have been B.were C.had been D.would be

25.They went on well at first but eventually everything ______ they had worried about happened. A.which B.what C.that D.when

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26.—Can I ask you a few straightforward questions about yourself? —No problem.I like ______ when people are open and direct. A.that B.this C.it D.them

27. The conference aims to develop business and let people think about ______ they can have a positive influence on the planet. A.why B.that C.what D.how

28.Ann ______ here any more.She left last month. A.won't work B.doesn't work C.hasn't worked D.isn't working

29._____ the chapter four times, I finally understood the author's theory. A.Reading B.Having read C.To read D.Read

30.They live on a busy road.There ______ be a lot of noise from the traffic. A.must B.may C.would D.could

31.Once again he failed to hand in his homework _____ he had been given enough time to do it. A.in case B.as though C.so that D.even though

32.If your order is ready, the T-shirt ______ to you as soon as possible. A.has delivered B.is delivered C.will deliver D.will be delivered

33.I'd like to have ______ car.The one I have got keeps breaking down. A.a reliable B.a more reliable C.a most reliable D.the most reliable

34.It's always better to tell the truth.Lies have a bad habit of _________ you! A.catching up with B.calling on C.taking care of D.looking for

35.The Hotel Al Arab ______ the first and only 7-star hotel in the world was designed in the shape of a sail of 321 meters. A.was considered B.considering C.being considered D.considered

第二节 完形填空(共 20 小题;每小题 1.5 分,满分 30 分) 阅读下面短文,掌握其大意,从每题所给的 A、B、C、D 四个选项中,选出最佳选项, 并在答题卡将该项涂黑。 One day, many years ago, when I was working as a psychologist at a children's institution in England, an adolescent boy showed up in the waiting room. I went out there where he was 36 up and down restlessly.
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Tim wore a black raincoat that was

37

all the way up to his neck. His face was pale, and 38 his father as a baby,

he stared at his feet while wringing (扭) his hands nervously. He had

and had lived with his mother and grandfather ever since. But the year before he turned 13, his grandfather and mother were killed in a car accident. I looked at Tim. He was very The first two times we 40 39 and depressed(in low spirits) He refused to talk to me. .

, Tim only sat hunched up (蜷缩) in the chair without saying a

word. As he was about to leave after the second visit, I put my hand on his shoulder. He didn't 41 back, but he didn't look at me either. "Come back next week, if you like,” I said. I 42 a bit. Then I said, "I know it hurts.”

He came, and I __43_ we play chess. He nodded. After that we played chess every Wednesday afternoon—in 44 and without making any eye contact. It's not easy for me to __45__ in chess,

but I admit that I made sure Tim won once or twice. Usually, he arrived earlier, took the chessboard and pieces and set them up before I even got a (n) 46 to sit down. It seemed as if he enjoyed my me? "Perhaps he simply needs someone to share his 49 with," I thought. 47 . But why did he 48 look at

One afternoon, Tim took off his raincoat and put it on the back of the chair. While he was setting up the chess pieces, his face seemed more Some months later, I sat staring at Tim's head, 50 and his motions more lively. 51 he was bent over the chessboard. I was 52 , he looked up at me.

thinking about how little we knew about the healing (治疗) process. "It's your 53 ," he said.

After that day, Tim started talking. Maybe I gave Tim something, but I learned a lot from him. He showed me how one-without any words—can 54 out to another person. All it 55 is a hug, a shoulder to cry on, a

friendly touch, a sympathetic nature—and an ear that listens. 36.A.walking 37.A.put 38.A.hated 39.A.sad 40.A.talked B.jumping B.buttoned B.found B.mad B.tried C.sitting C.wrapped C.missed C.calm C.gathered D.jogging D.tied D.lost D.tough D.met

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41.A.call 42.A.suspected 43.A.insisted

B.come B.hesitated B.demanded

C.draw C.worried C.required C.silence C.play C.order C.company C.often C.ideas C.alive C.before C.Strangely C.fault C.bring C.takes

D.get D.doubted D.suggested D.excitement D.win D.chance D.instruction D.ever D.interests D.pale D.while D.Fortunately D.way D.reach D.makes

44.A.satisfaction B.patience 45.A.cheat 46.A.promise B.move B.invitation

47.A.attendance B.technique 48.A.sometimes 49.A. pain 50.A.serious 51.A.since 52.A.Suddenly 53.A.time 54.A.figure 55.A.works B.never B.secret B.lovely B.until B.Nervously B.turn B.leave B.gives

第三部分:阅读理解(共 20 小题,每题 2 分,满分 40 分) 阅读下列短文,从每题所给的 A、B、C、D 四个选项中,选出最佳选项,并在答题卡上 将该项涂黑。 A When it comes to intelligence, human beings are the top dogs of the animal kingdom. But in recent years, scientists have been documenting surprising intelligence and emotional depth in animals ranging from honeybees to elephants. Here are some amazing examples. Artistic Monkey Business Janet Schmid, director of the Little River Zoo in Norman, Oklahoma, learned a lot about the intelligence of capuchin monkeys. She and her husband adopted a young male, named Bailey. The capuchin particularly liked taking car rides, insisting that he insert the key and ride in the front passenger's seat. Now Bailey has become a devoted painter. He uses brushes to create colorful, abstract paintings,
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and prefers not to be disturbed. Prairie Dog Sound Through a variety of birdlike sounds, prairie dogs warn each other of approaching creatures. They demonstrate a surprisingly complex

communication system. In his 25 years of study, Slobodchikoff, a professor of biology, has recorded them pronouncing ten nouns including hawk, deer and coyote, a number of adjectives to identify color, size and shape, and even some verbs to indicate speed. In an ongoing study, Slobodchikoff learns that their brain contains a very extensive vocabulary. He once used his best prairie dog sound to say coyote, and they just looked at him in anger as if he had said a bad word. One African grey parrot Alex is said to have the cognitive abilities of a five-year-old child. Alex can identify 50 different objects, seven colors, five shapes, quantities up to six, and the concepts of bigger, smaller, same and different. Also Alex is considered to make reasoned decisions. During an experiment, researchers gave Alex different-colored blocks in sets of two, three and six. When asked which color group had five blocks, Alex replied, “None.”And he answered the same in repeated tests. Obviously, he interpreted the concept of “none” as an absence of quantity all on his own. That’s a lot like a high school student answering questions on a quiz show. 56.Which of the following is true? A.Bailey is as clever as a child of five. B.The prairie dog loves taking car rides. C.The capuchin monkey is fond of painting. D.Alex develops a communication system. 57.The underlined word “coyote” in Paragraph 4 refers to A.a verb B.an animal C.a warning . B.understand the figure “7” D.apply the concept of “none” correctly . D.an adjective

58.The African grey parrot Alex can A.answer questions on a quiz show C.identify five colors and seven shapes

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59.What is the passage mainly about? A.Animal communication. C.Animal intelligence. B.Animal research. D.Animal information. B When someone gives you advice, listen without judgment, try to find value in what you’re hearing, and say: “Thank you”. This wise advice is easy to understand yet hard to practice. I’ll give you an example from my life when I totally blew it in terms of practicing what I teach. In my work I travel constantly. I always put off going to the airport until the last second. My wife, Lyda, was sitting next to me in the front seat. I was racing along and not paying much attention. Lyda cried out!” Look out! There is a red light up ahead. ” Being a trained behavioral science professional—who teaches others the value of encouraging advice—I naturally screamed at her: “I know there is a red light up ahead! Don’t you think I can see?” When we arrived at the airport, Lyda didn’t speak to me. I wondered why she seemed mad at me. During the flight to New York, I did a cost-benefit analysis. I asked myself: “What was the cost of just listening when Lyda called out the warning? Zero.” I then reasoned: “What was the potential benefit? What could have been saved?” Several potential benefits came to mind, including her life, my life, and the lives of other people. I landed in New York feeling ashamed of myself. I immediately called Lyda and told her my cost-benefit story. I convinced her: “The next time you help me with my driving, I am just going to say, ‘Thank you.’” A few months passed, and I had long forgotten the incident. Again, I was racing off to the airport, when Lyda cried out: “Look out for the red light!” I was embarrassed, and then shouted: “Thank you!” I’m a long way from perfect, but I’m getting better. My suggestion is that you get in the habit of asking the important people in your life how you can do things better. And be ready for an answer. Some people may tell you things like “Look out for the red light.” When this happens, remember that there is possibly some potential benefit. Then just say: “Thank you.” 60.What do we know about the author? A.He is expert at behavioral science. B.He is gifted in cost-benefit analysis.

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C.He seldom takes his wife’s advice.

D.He often runs the red traffic light. ”.

61.The underlined part “blew it” in Paragraph 1 probably means “ A.became annoyed with the adviser C.failed to say “Thank you” B.forgot the practical method D.lost personal judgment .

62.It can be inferred from the passage that people

A.tend to be defensive when given advice B.intend to follow others’ suggestions C.had better study behavioral science D.should give their opinions patiently .

63.The purpose of the passage is to advise people to A.do a cost-benefit analysis in daily life C.learn from the author’s experiences

B.treasure others’ suggestions D.discover potential benefits C

Last week, we explained that the planet Mars has passed “opposition.”It passed a point opposite the Sun. This week, we tell about the planet’s surprising motion(运动)among the stars. For thousands of years, people have recognized that planets travel among the stars. The planets generally follow the path taken by the Sun through the sky. The Sun’s path is called the ecliptic. The groups of stars along the ecliptic are called the Zodiac. The motion of the planets can be confusing at times. Everyone knows the Sun rises in the east and sets in the west. But this is caused by the turning motion of the Earth. Planets generally move from west to east. However, Mars will appear to move backward for about two months this year. This happens because the Earth is overtaking Mars on its way around the Sun. Mars began its backward, or westward, motion on May 11th, It will start moving eastward again on July 19th. Mars’ apparent motion has been a mystery to astronomers for hundreds of years. Most early theories of the solar system argued that the Sun and planets turned around the Earth. But the sudden westward motion of Mars presented a problem. Why would Mars move west for two months when it nears “opposition”? In 1543, a Polish church worker named Nicolas Copernicus published a different theory. His theory said the Earth and planets moved around the Sun in perfectly circular orbits. Copernicus’ theory was simpler. But his Sun – centered system still did not explain the observed motion of Mars very well.
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Finally, a German mathematician named Johannes Kepler published a complete theory of the motion of the planets in 1619. He had carefully studied the motion of Mars for many years. Johannes Kepler discovered that the planets do not move in circular orbits around the sun. Instead, they travel in flattened orbits called ellipses. Mars’ elliptical orbit is the cause of its unusual brightening this year and its apparent large size. During the next several weeks, you can see for yourself why the mysterious motion of Mars has caused so many people to wonder. 64.From the passage we can learn that A.the sun and planets generally travel westward B.Kepler studied the orbit of the planets in 1619 C.Copernicus’ theory well explained the motion of Mars D.the Earth’s turning motion causes the sun to rise in the east 65.On July 19th Mars A.will pass the “opposition” C.will begin to move westward . B.appears to change its direction again D.appears to change its orbit again .

66.Why does Mars appear to be bigger and brighter when it passes “opposition”? A.It is overtaking the earth. C.It moves in an elliptical orbit. 67.What is the best title for the passage? A.The Recent Research into Mars C.The Great Discovery on Mars B.The Surprising Motion of Mars D.The Wonderful Mystery of Mars B.It follows the path of the sun. D.It travels in a circular orbit.

D Alone in the wilderness. Nothing but jungle. A world of shadow with the rays of light falling like blonde hair from the crowns of the giant trees. Jungle in the midday sun. Everything motionless. Not a sound from sky or earth. Complete silence. Only some coconuts falling, at long intervals, very far away. The world reduced to the soft touch of cool grass along my naked back, and a sweet smell of rich soil and vegetation. Stretched out with closed eyes beside my heavy burden of fruit and firewood, I enjoyed the feeling of fresh blood streaming through every part of my body and fresh jungle air filling every corner of my lungs.
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Resting motionless, I could see the sun through my closed eyelids, alone in the sky, as lonely as I, and as motionless and silent as everything else. The earth had surely stopped turning and somewhere on this planet there was supposed to be roaring traffic in busy streets. What a crazy, unbelievable thought! Another coconut fell, to make the world come to a complete standstill. I had to roll over onto my stomach to feel that at least I could move and make noises. Then I found company. A little brown ant was struggling to find its way with a bit of dry straw through the jungle of leaves and grass below my nose. I wondered if I could give the little fellow a lift with its burden, but it showed not the slightest sign of tiredness and struggled on with all six legs, head first or head last, waving its feelers energetically as if the trip had just started. Who ever saw a tired ant? Tiredness, disagreeable tiredness, is restricted to hunted animals, slaves and modern man . It is as great an effort for an office clerk to walk five blocks with a loaded brief-case as it is for a jungle-dweller to cross a valley with a goat on his back. It is as hard to get up and climb or run when you have been seated for years as it is to get up and walk when you have been in bed for months. The body is strange. Spare it, and you get really tired for almost nothing; use it, and almost nothing makes you really tired. I rose to my feet. I had heard a horse neighing down in the valley. Above me, on the open highland plains, there were wild horses. But down in the valley there was never a horse unless there was a man on it. Somebody was making his way up the valley and my wife was alone. 68.The author mentions coconuts’ falling to A.show his loneliness C.express his love of nature 69.How does the author feel about the ant? A.He admired its attitude toward work. B.He was amazed at its tireless efforts. C.He showed sympathy for the little ant. D.He was content to have it as a companion. 70.It can be inferred from the last paragraph that the author would probably A.work harder than before C.make his way home B.talk to the man on the horse D.stay in the valley . . .

B.add beauty to the jungle D.stress the absolute silence

71.We can learn from the passage that the author

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A.enjoyed being alone C.missed his busy life in the city

B.had an unforgettable adventure D.experienced a word of quietness E

“Image is everything.” An entire industry has been built upon the precondition that image is everything, but when it comes down to it, an appealing image is not enough. If there is no substance behind the image, the product, service or person will fail at length. First of all, one should consider how important image is in the selling of products and services. Advertising agencies have raised the art of creating an image to a state of near perfection. Public concept of that product or service is certainly managed by the images created by the advertising agencies. But if the product or service does not live up to the image that was created, the customer will be very dissatisfied and possibly ask for their money back. For example , the Arthur Andersen accounting firm had spent decades building up an image of trustworthiness. But the recent scandal (丑闻) showed that behind that image, it had dishonest business practices. Despite the previous positive image, the firm is being accused of criminal actions and it will probably not survive as a business unit. Although the image had been nearly perfect, the reality behind the image has led to the downfall of the world famous accounting firm. Similarly, personal consultants can build up a public image for politicians and movie stars. Putting out positive news releases, making sure that only the best photographs are published, and ensuring that the person is seen in all the right places can build up a very positive image in the view of the general commons. But once again, history is filled with examples of both politicians and movie stars that fell from grace (体面) like the story of the Hollywood actor giving in to the pressures of fame and fortune. With people, just as with products and services, image is certainly important, but without positive substance behind the image, failure is close. To summarize, it is clear that an appealing image is extremely important to success, whether that image is related to selling a product or service or to the “selling" of a person. But image is only half of the equation. What lies behind that image is every bit as important as the image itself—the person or product must deliver on that image or there is little chance for long-term success. 72.The downfall of the Arthur Andersen accounting firm is due to ______. A.its dishonesty in business C.its bad management B.its previous images D.its poor service
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73.Why did some famous people fall from grace? A.Their images were not well built up. B.They failed to live up to their images. C.They felt much pressure from the public. D.They paid little attention to fame and fortune. 74. The structure of the passage is .

75.The author tries to argue that______. A.image creates everything B.image is the key to success C.truth goes hand in hand with image D.truth and image are equally important

第Ⅱ卷(共 35 分) 第四部分:书面表达(共两节,35 分) 第一节 情景作文(20 分)

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假如你是李华,你校校刊“Our Steps”的招聘启事引起了你的兴趣,请根据下列信息用英文 写一封申请信。 姓名:李华 性别:男 年龄:16 年级:高一 兴趣:摄影、写作、户外运动 其他:活泼、开朗、精力充沛;曾获北京市摄影比赛青少年组二等奖 应聘目的:参加社会实践活动,丰富业余生活 注意: 1.词数不少于 60。 2.可根据需要适当增加细节。 3.信的开头、结尾已给出。 Dear Harry, I’m writing to apply for the photographer for Our Steps.

I am looking forward to hearing from you. Yours Sincerely, Li Hua 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。

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In an English speech competition, you are asked to describe the following picture and explain to the judges how you understand it.

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第一部分:听力理解(共两节,30 分) 第一节(共 5 小题;每小题 1.5 分,共 7.5 分), 1.B 2.A 3.C 4.A 5.B

笫二节(共 15 小题;每小题 1.5 分,共 22.5 分) 6.C 11.C 16.C 7.A 12.B 17.B 8.B 13.C 18.C 9.B 14.A 19.A 10.A 15.B 20.B

第二部分:知识运用(共两节,45 分) 第一节单项填空(共 15 小题;每小题 1 分,共 15 分) 21.B 26.C 31.D 22.A 27.D 32.D 23.C 28.B 33.B 24.A 29.B 34.A 25.C 30.A 35.D

第二节完形填空(共 20 小题;每小题 1 5 分,共 30 分) 36.A 41.C 46.D 51.D 37.B 42.B 47.C 52.A 38.D 43.D 48.B 53.B 39.A 44.C 49.A 54.D 40.D 45.A 50.C 55.C

第三部分阅读理解(共 20 小题;每小题 2 分,共 40 分) 56.C 61.C 66.C 71.D 57.B 62.A 67.B 72.A 58.D 63.B 68.D 73.B 59.C 64.D 69.A 74.A 60.A 65.B 70.C 75.D

第四部分:书面表达(共两节,35 分) 第一节情景作文(20 分) One possible version: Dear Harry, I’m writing to apply for the photographer for Our Steps. I’m Li Hua, a boy of sixteen, presently in my first year of high school. I’m outgoing and energetic. I’m interested in photography because it allows me to record the beautiful moments in my life.
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Last year I won the second prize in youth group at Beijing Photography Competition. Besides, I’m good at writing, which might be helpful for the work. Taking part in all kinds of outdoor activities is also one of my hobbies. I would like to work for Our Steps since it would be a great opportunity for me to join in social activities and enrich my life. I am looking forward to hearing from you. Yours Sincerely, Li Hua 第二节 开放作文(15 分) One possible version: In the picture, we can see a circle of bricks standing next to each other. The first brick on the right is falling down, causing the falling of the next one. In the end, the whole circle will be ruined. The picture conveys a message that the success of a project depends on each individual step. When each individual step is given full attention, it is quite likely that the whole project will be a success. In the same way, a mistake in one step may lead to a complete failure of the whole project, as is shown in the picture. So each individual step can make the difference between success and failure. We should try our best every step of the way.

附:听力材料 Text 1: W:Excuse me. Is this Apple Street? M:No, this is King Street. W:King Street? Oh, dear. I'm looking for Apple Street and I thought this was it. M:Apple Street is just two blocks from here, next to Willow Street. Text 2 W:The film has been on for ten minutes. It's a pity you missed the first part. M:I was about to leave my house when I had an unexpected visitor. So I was a little late. Text 3 W:I'm sorry, sir. I didn't finish the job as required.
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M:Oh, no. Sally, don't say sorry. Anyway you've tried your best. Text 4 W:Prof. Wang said that the final exam would cover the first nine units. M:Really? I thought it only included the first five units. Then I must spend the weekend going over the rest of them. Text 5 M:Let's try to find seats near the stage. W:Listen, we'll be lucky if we can find a place to stand at this concert. Text 6 M:Deep Sea Restaurant" , good morning! W:I'd like to reserve a table for five. M:And was that today, Madam? W:Of course. M:At what time, Madam? W:Oh, about three o'clock, I suppose. M:I'm afraid we only serve lunch until 3 p. m. , Madam. W:Oh well, two o'clock then, and it must be by a window. M:OK. And your name, please? W:Belington, Mrs. Martha Belington. M:Very good, Mrs. Belington. A table for five at 2 p. m. today. Text 7 W: Now, Peter. You've had a few minutes to rest. Can you tell us something about yourself? How old are you and what do you do? M:I'm twenty-two and I'm a bus conductor. W:A bus conductor? So you're used to collecting money. Who taught you to cycle? M:Nobody. I taught myself. I've been cycling since I was five. W:And who bought that beautiful racing cycle for you? M:I bought it myself. I worked over-time. W:Good for you! And what are you going to do now? M:Now? If you mean this minute, I'm going to have a long hot bath.
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W:You must need to relax. Again, congratulations. That was Peter James, winner of this year's London to Brighton cycle race. Text 8 Good evening. It's ten to eleven and this is Andrew Brett at the International Hotel in the city centre. The hotel is on fire. Smoke and flames are coming out of the doors and windows on the ground floor. Some young children are running out of the hotel. Now a man is opening a window on the first floor. He's climbing out of the window—this is very dangerous. At last! The fire engines are arriving. Some firemen are going into the hotel. Three policemen are stopping the traffic. Now two firemen are coming out. They're carrying an old man. What an amazing job these firemen are doing! Text 9 M:What a lovely place! Walking around here is just like going back in time. Imagine all those noblemen and ladies having huge parties here, dancing in the halls and gardens. W:Or how about Mozart? He gave a concert here when he was only six. Isn't it unbelievable? M: It is the colors that really impress me. The yellow walls and the green window frames. It is like a fairy-tale world. W:What about the rooms full of paintings? And the huge lights that hang from the ceilings? Aren't they magnificent? Don't you wish we were millionaires? M:You don't need money to enjoy a view like that. You only need eyes. W:Still, wouldn't it be nice to live in a place like this one here? Imagine 200 different rooms. M:It would be nice as long as I didn't have to clean them. Text 10 W:Well, Jane seemed very likeable and relaxed. M:Yes, she was nice and calm, which is important in this job. W:Yes, I think she could do the job well after a bit of training. The main problem, I felt, was that she arrived late and didn't apologize. M:Now I thought Sophie was very business-like. She looked smart too. W:I agree. She was neat and tidy and gave the impression of being very well-organized. M:Yes, and I guess she'd be hard-working. W:Yes, certainly not lazy and she obviously wants to do it. M:Now what about Mary?
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W:I liked her at first. She seemed confident, which is a good thing. M:Yes, you must be enthusiastic and it's helpful if you feel quite sure of yourself. W:But after a while I began to get a funny feeling about her. I mean, I'm not sure how reliable she'd be. M:Well, we need to feel sure we can depend on the person in this job. W:And the other thing was that what she said was a bit unclear. I mean, she wasn't very good on details. M:Not very thorough, you mean? W:Yes. Text 11 W:Hi, Kevin. How is it going? M:Ah, not so great. W:What's wrong? M:I've got a big problem with the Shakespeare course that's required for my major. W:Is that all filled up? M:No, there's plenty of room, but I have to take the starter course before I can take Professor Miller's Shakespeare course. It is only offered in the evening. W:You don't like evening classes? M:That's not the point. I work in the cafe every evening. I need the money to pay my tuition. W:You can ask someone that could switch hours with you. Maybe just switch a couple of evenings since the course probably only meets two times a week. M:I wish I could. My boss just did me a favor by putting me on evenings. And he'll hit the ceiling if I ask to change again. W: Wait a minute. I have an idea. Have you checked the course over at the community college? They might offer an introductory course during the day. M:That's a great idea. I'm free this afternoon. I'll go over and check it out. W:Their courses are actually cheaper. M: Thanks for your advice. I'll let you know what happens. W: Sure. Good luck!

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