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宝山区 2009 学年度第二学期高三质量检测 英语学科试卷
考生注意: 1、答第一卷前,考生务必在答题卡上用钢笔或圆珠笔清楚填写学校、班级、姓名和准考证号,并用铅笔在答题卡上正 确涂写准考证号。 2、第 I 卷(1—16 小题, 25 — 8

0 小题)由机器阅卷,答案必须全部涂写在答题卡上。考生应将代表正确答案的小方格 用铅笔涂黑。注意试题题号和答题卡编号一一对应,不能错位。答案需要更改时,必须将原选项用橡皮擦去,重新选择。 答案不能涂写在试卷上,涂写在试卷上一律不给分。第 I 卷中的第 17—24 小题、 81—84 小题和第 II 卷的试题,其答案 用钢笔或圆珠笔写在答题卡上,如用铅笔答题,或写在试卷上也一律不给分。

第 I 卷 (共 105 分)
I. Listening Comprehension Section A Short Conversations Directions: In Section A, you will hear ten short conversations between two speakers. At the end of each conversation, a question will be asked about what was said. The conversations and the questions will be spoken only once. After you hear a conversation and the question about it, read the four possible answers on your paper, and decide which one is the best answer to the question you have heard. 1. 2. 3. A. $11. B. $6. A. Buy some glasses. C. Go to a movie. A. He's not hungry. C. $7. D. $4. B. Go to her classes. D. Get a new pair of glasses.

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B. He has to finish his work first. C. Typing will take him a whole afternoon. D. He hates missing his lunch. A. She lost her job because of her laziness. B. She was asked to work longer hours. C. She was warned not to be late for work. D. She was praised for her services. A. Russian ballet. B. A new movie. C. A bowling match. D. A football game. A. Drive her to the game. C. Telephone Lisa. A. Boss and secretary. C. Interviewer and interviewee. A. Their taste in books is different. C. The library isn’t open late. A. She went home early. B. Call her a taxi. D. Lend his car. B. General manager and clerk. D. Teacher and student. B. She doesn’t like to read. D. She only reads interesting books. B. She came home later than expected.

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C. She was badly hurt. D. She went to see Mary. 10. A. Peter received a large sum of money after a relative died. B. Peter heard his aunt had a lot of money. C. Peter earned some money by taking care of a relative. D. Peter was quite grateful to a relative.
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Section B Passages Directions: In Section B, you will hear two short passages, and you will be asked three questions on each of the passages. The passages will be read twice, but the questions will be spoken only once. When you hear a question, read the four possible answers on your paper and decide which one would be the best answer to the question you have heard. Questions 11 through 13 are based on the following passage. 11. A. Control blood pressure. B. Aid muscle movement. C. Help digestion. D. Avoid cold. 12. A. It has five times the amount of vitamins A and C found in an apple. B. It contains much more fat and protein than other fruit. C. It gives people physical, mental and emotional benefits. D. Its skin can produce a great shine on your shoes. 13. A. Its appearance will remain the same. C. It will go bad more quickly. B. It will spoil less quickly. D. It will never be soft.

Questions 14 through 16 are based on the following news. 14. A. It was difficult for other cars to pass. B. The dog couldn’t follow his car. C. He was driving at too high a speed. D. The dog was likely to be injured. 15. A. He required Railton to pay the fine. B. He took Railton to the police station. C. He asked Railton to put the dog into the car. D. He sent him home and charged him. 16. A. He had never broken the traffic rules. B. He was bitterly punished for his laziness. C. It was his daily routine to walk his dog by car. D. He was too old to run after his dog. Section C Longer Conversations Directions: In Section C, you will hear two longer conversations. The conversations will be read twice. After you hear each conversation, you are required to fill in the numbered blanks with information you have heard. Write your answers on your answer sheet. Blanks 17 through 20 are based on the following conversation. Appointment Name: 17 Burns 18

Phone number: Time: 2:45 p.m.

Special circumstances: Just came back from Symptoms: Gaining weight Feeling tired Feeling sick to the 20

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V omiting in the mornings

Complete the message. Write ONE WORD for each answer. Blanks 21 through 24 are based on the following conversation. What does the woman think the world will be like in 50 years? What’s the woman’s prediction of the oil price? How will the government handle the situation? What’s the woman’s suggestion to the man? There won’t be enough live comfortably. It will 22 By improving the 24 with others. 23 . 21 for people to

every year from now on.

She suggests him riding a bicycle to work or

Complete the message. Write THREE WORDS for each answer. II. Grammar and Vocabulary Section A Directions: Beneath each of the following sentences there are four choices marked A, B, C and D. Choose the one answer that best completes the sentence. 25. It saves time in the kitchen to have things you use a lot _______ easy reach. A. near B. upon C. within D. around 26. We are ensured that there are enough textbooks for each student to have _______ when the new semester comes. A. it B. those C. one D. them 27. — She looks very happy. She _______ have passed the exam. — I guess so. It’s not difficult after all. A. should B. could C. must 28. — Why did you leave that company? — I _______ a better position at IBM. A. offer B. offered C. am offered D. might

D. was offered

29. _______ more about Participant Service of Expo 2010, Shanghai China, call Hotline +86-21-962010. A. To find out B. Finding out C. Find out D. Having found out 30. They are considering ____ the house before the prices go up. A. purchase B. purchasing C. purchased D. to purchase 31. Teenagers have reached a point in their life _______ they are supposed to make decisions of their own for the first time. A. which B. where C. how D. why 32. There is a great deal of research _______ that music activities engage different parts of the brain. 33. A. indicate B. indicating C. to indicate D. to be indicating Evidence has been piled up _______ drinking water after getting up in the morning contributes to one’s health.

A. what B. which C. if D. that 34. Many experts believe that teachers’ development is _______ the key to better education lies. A. that B. what C. where D. which 35. The cause he had devoted himself to _______ a perfect success.
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A. proving B. proved C. was proved D. has been proved 36. Only when you leave your parents for college education _______ how much you love them. A. do you realize B. you realize C. you will realize D. will you realize 37. Bad habits, _______ formed, are difficult, and sometimes impossible to shake off. A. once B. before C. until D. unless 38. — Did you take enough money with you? — Yes, but I spent _______ I had expected. A. not so many as B. as many as C. much more than D. much less than 39. — I’ve read another essay this week. — Well, maybe _______ is not how much you read but what you read that matters. A. this B. that C. there D. it 40. ______along either bank of Huangpu River, trees and flowers added beauty to the newly-decorated bund. A. Planting B. Planted C. To plant D. To be planted Section B Directions: Complete the following passage by using the words in the box. Each word can only be used once. Note that there is one word more than you need. A. involve F. remarks B. analysis G. upset C. immediately H. slightly D. certain I. respond E. worth J. note

Why does a woman have the last (and longest) laugh? The answ er is that women enjoy a joke more once they get it. If you tell a woman a joke and get a blank look, don’t 41 despair. She’s just taking her time to understand it. But if the punchline (妙语)does eventually make her laugh it will be 42 the wait. Scientists have found that while women are slower than men at getting jokes, they enjoy them more when they truly understand. Research shows that women use their brain more than men to process witty 43 and have less expectation that they will be funny. When a joke does hit the right 44 , however, women derive more pleasure from it. Scientists asked ten men and ten women to look at dozens of black and white cartoons and rate them on a “funniness scale”. During the process they underwent sophisticated scans that mapped which parts of their brain were lighting up and timed how long it took them to 45 to a joke. The women tended to use 46 parts of their brain. Professor Allan Reiss said: “We found greater activity in the parts of their brain in women, showing women are processing stimuli that 47 language areas of the brain.” The 48 of a “feelgood” brain region also revealed that men and women have different attitudes to humour. Experts said: “Women appeared to have less expectation of a reward. So they were more pleased about it.” The funnier the cartoon, the more the women’s parts of their brain lit up . This was not the case for men. The women took react to jokes that were funny — but were quicker to spot the “truth”. III. Reading Comprehension Section A Directions: For each blank in the following passages there are four words or phrases marked A, B, C and D. Fill in each blank with the word or phrase that best fits the context. People with a positive attitude toward aging can adjust very well when individual circumstances change. Their positive outlook allows them to 50 to the inevitable physical and biochemical changes of the body that are associated with the natural 51 of aging. With a healthy outlook on the golden years, even unpredictable setbacks and disabilities can be managed 52 . Individual genetic makeup (基因构造) explains the great 53 in the aging rate. Some seniors experience more challenges than others of the same age, and some seniors continue to function better than many younger people. But genetics
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longer than the men to

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only 54 about 30 percent of aging. Most of the changes we associate with age 55 factors such as diet and exercise habits; lifestyle issues, including over 56 of alcohol and tobacco, and psychological traits. We can make healthy lifestyle choices by staying 57 Some of the setbacks associated with advancing age such as forestalled with some active intervention (干预). both physically and mentally and by 58 a healthy diet. 59 eyesight, loss of hearing, forgetfulness, weakness can be

Growing older does not always mean you see poorly. Many older people have 60 good eyesight well into their eighties and beyond. However, the single greatest contributor to vision loss is a lifetime of 61 to damaging ultraviolet ( 紫 外线) radiation in sunlight. Carotenoids (类胡萝卜素), a nutrient found in brightly colored vegetables and fruits, are powerful protectors against free-radical damage. Research shows that simply eating leafy greens and other foods rich in these protective nutrients can vision loss. Problems with hearing can create damaged by infections, 50. A. stick 51. A. progress 52. A. successfully 53. A. surprise 54. A. relies on 55. A. involve in 56. A. reputation 57. A. active 58. A. maintaining 59. A. keen 60. A. generally 61. A. contribution 63 62

and insecurity in later years. One of the major causes of age-related hearing 64 , is loud noise.

loss is damage to the hair cells in the inner ear that transmit sounds to the brain. These hair cells and their nerve endings can be genetic diseases, or treatment with certain drugs. The most common cause, B. devote C. adapt D. lead B. process C. program D. project B. purposefully C. unwillingly D. carefully B. variation C. increase D. possibility B. accounts for C. results from D. lies in B. relate to B. enjoyment B. calm B. feeding B. failing B. frequently B. introduction C. combine with C. consumption C. efficient C. surviving C. sharp C. relatively C. explanation C. reduce C. competition C. moreover D. substitute for D. encouragement D. diligent D. controlling D. remote D. occasionally D. exposure D. suffer D. occupation D. however

62. A. cure B. relieve 63. A. communication B. isolation 64. A. therefore B. otherwise

Section B Directions: Read the following three passages. Each passage is followed by several questions or unfinished statements. For each of them there are four choices marked A, B, C and D. Choose the one that fits best according to the information given in the passage you have just read. (A) From snow-clogged mountain roads to desert highways, freeways to crowded city streets, Californians face a variety of tough driving conditions. But thanks to savvy driving, they consume proportionately less gasoline the rest of the nation. Here, some tips from the Golden State that will help drivers all over the country to get up to 25% more miles per gallon! By SUSAN NESTOR FREEWAY FRENZY ● Try to maintain a steady speed — especially on freeways and expressways. Never exceed a steady 55 mph. V arying speed by as little as 5mph can reduce mileage by 1.5 miles per gallon. Avoid constant lane changes to “get ahead.” ● Buy radial tyres. If you do a lot of expressway driving, they can increase mileage by as much as 10%. Your fuel savings will pay for the higher tyre price. ON CITY STREETS
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● Plan your route. City driving consumes about 50% more fuel than highway driving (100% more in crowed traffic). Always choose a route with synchronized traffic signals to get the best run for your money. ● Avoid unnecessary braking. Anticipate (预期) traffic light changes; it takes a lot of extra gas to get the car up to speed again. COLD ● In winter, keep the car in a garage. It will start up easier, and start-up time is when you use the most gasoline. No garage? Cover the engine compartment with an old blanket or rug to shield it from cold winds; remove before starting up. ● Remove all ice and snow. Driving in snow consumes more gas anyway; no sense hauling around extra weight. 65. All these above are ______ for drivers. A. notices B. tips C. lessons D. advertisements 66. Highway driving can use about ______ fuel than city driving. A. 20% more B. 20% less 67. Which of the following is TRUE? C. 50% more D. 50% less

A. In winter, you will have difficulty starting up a car if it is kept in a garage. B. Drivers should avoid necessary breaking and constant lane changes. C. A steady 65 mph is the ideal speed to save gasoline. D. Radial tyres can help increase mileage in expressway driving. (B) Martin Luther King, Jr., is well known for his work in civil rights and for his many famous speeches, among them his moving “I Have a Dream” speech. But few people know much about King’s childhood, Martin Luther as he was called was born in 1929, in Atlanta, Georgia, at the home of his maternal grandfather. Martin Luther’s grandfather, the Reverend A.D. Williams, purchased their home on Auburn Avenue in 1909, 28 years before Martin Luther was born. The Reverend A.D. Williams, an eloquent speaker, played an important role in the community because so many people’s lives centered around the church. He allowed his church and his home to be used as a meeting plac e for a number of organizations dedicated to the education and social advancement of blacks. Martin Luther grew up in this atmosphere, with his home being used as community gathering place, and was no doubt influenced by it. Martin Luther’s childhood was not especially memorable. His father was a minister and his mother was a musician. He was the second of three children, and he attended all-black schools in a black neighbourhood. The neighbourhood was not poor, however, Auburn Avenue was the main artery through a prosperous neighbourhood that he had come to symbolize achievement for Atlanta’s black people. It was area of banks, insurance companies, builders, jewelers, tailors, doctors, lawyers and other black-owned or black-operated businesses and services. Even in the face of Atlanta’s segregation (种族隔离), district thrived. Dr. King never forgot the community spirit he had known as a child, nor did he forget the racial prejudice (歧视) that was a seemingly insurmountable barrier that kept black Atlantans from mingling with whites. 68. This passage mainly gives an account of ______. A. the prejudice that existed in Atlanta B. Martin Luther’s grandfather C. Martin Luther King’s childhood D. the neighbourhood where King grew up 69. According to the author, King was influenced by ______. A. community spirit B. black lawyer C. his mother D. his grandfather’s speeches 70. The word “mingling” in paragraph 2 is the closest in meaning to ______. A. interfering B. consuming C. associating D. meeting 71. This passage tells us that Martin Luther King, Jr. ______. A. had a difficult childhood B. was a good musician when he was a boy C. loved to listen to his grandfather speak D. grew up in a relatively rich area of Atlanta
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(C) A weather map is an important tool for geographers. A succession of three or four maps presents a continuous picture of weather changes. Weather forecasters are able to determine the speed of air masses and fronts (冷暖空气团接触的锋)to determine whether an individual pressure area is deepening or becoming shallow and whether a front is increasing or decreasing in intensity. They are also able to determine whether an air mass is retaining its original char acteristics or taking on those of the surface over which it is moving. Thus, a most significant function of the map is to reveal a synoptic picture of conditions in the atmosphere at a given time. All students of geography should be able to interpret a weather map accurately. Weather maps contain an enormous amount of information about weather conditions existing at the time of observation over a large geographical area. They reveal in a few minutes what otherwise would take hours to describe. The United States Weather Bureau issues information about approaching storms, floods, frosts, droughts, and all climatic conditions in general. Twice a month it issues a 30-day “outlook” which is a rough guide to weather conditions likely to occur over broad areas of the United States. These 30-day outlooks are based upon an analysis of the upper air levels which often set the stage for the development of air masses, fronts, and storms. Considerable effort is being exerted today to achieve more accurate weather predictions. With the use of electronic instruments and earth satellites, enormous gains have taken place recently in identifying and tracking storms over regions which have but few meteorological stations (气象站). Extensive experiments are also in progress for weather modification(改变) studies. But the limitations of modification have prevented meteorological results except in the seeding of super -cooled, upslope mountainous winds which have produced additional orographic ( 山岳形态的) precipitation on the windward side of mountain ranges. Nevertheless, they have provided a clearer understanding of the fundamentals of weather elements. 72. By reading weather maps, students majoring in geography can A. design a project of weather modification B. interpret the weather condition before the time of observation C. obtain data on atmospheric conditions over a wide area D. survey ever-changing fronts in local meteorological stations 73. A thirty-day forecast is determined by examining . A. daily weather maps B. upper air levels C. satellite reports D. changing fronts 74. The observation of weather conditions by satellites is advantageous because ______. A. electronic instruments are used B. it enables man to alter the weather C. it makes weather prediction more time-consuming D. information not obtained readily otherwise can be gained 75. At the present time, experiments are being conducted in A. controlling and influenc ing weather B. determining density of pressure groups C. 30-day “outlooks” D. predicting storms Section C Directions: Read the following text and choose the most suitable heading from the list A-F for each paragraph. There is one . .

A. The power and habit of thinking B. The value of previous education C. The correctness in using mother tongue
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D. The development of an educated man E. The possession of gratitude F. Refined and natural manners 76. The first characteristic of an educated man is the precision of the use of the native language. When one hears English well spoken, with pure diction, correct pronunciation, and an almost unconscious choice of the right word, he recognizes it at onc e. How much easier he finds it to imitate English of the other sort. 77. When manners are artificial and forced, no matter what their form, they are bad manners. When, however, they are the natural expression of fixed habits of thought and action, and when they reveal a refined and cultiv ated nature, they are good manners. There are certain things that gentlemen do not do, and they do not do them simply because they are bad manners. 78. Human beings for the most part live wholly on the surface or far beyond the present moment and that part of the future that is quickly to follow it. They do not read those works of prose and poetry which have become classic because they reveal power and habit of reflection and induce that power and habit in others. When one reflects long enough to ask the question how? He is on the way to knowing something about science. 79. An educated man continues to grow and develop from birth to his dying day. His interests expand, his contacts multiply, his knowledge increases, and his reflection becomes deeper and wider. It would appear to be true that not many human beings, even those who have had a school and college education, continue to grow after they are twenty-four or twenty-five years of age. By that time it is usual to settle down to life on a level of more or less contented intellectual interest and activity. The whole present-day movement for adult education is a systematic and definite attempt to keep human beings growing long after they have left school and college, and therefore, to help educate them. 80. The more visionary dreamer, however charming or however wise, lacks something that an education requires. The power to do may be exercised in any one of a thousand ways, but when it clearly shows itself, that is evidence that the period of discipline of study and of companionship with parents and teachers has not been in vain. SectionD Directions: Read the passage carefully. Then answer the questions or complete the statements in the fewest possible words. Exceptional children are different in some significant ways from others of the same age. For these children to develop to their full adult potential, their education must be adapted to those differences. Although we focus on the needs of exceptional children, we find ourselves describing their environment as well. While the leading actor on the stage captures our attention, we are aw are of the importance of the supporting players and the scenery of the play itself. Both the family and the society in which exceptional children live are often the key to their growth and development. And it is in the public schools that we find the full expression of society’s understanding — the knowledge, hopes, and fears that are passed on to the next generation. Education in any society is a mirror of that society. In that mirror we can see the strengths, the weaknesses, the hopes, the prejudices, and the central values of the culture itself. The great interest in exceptional children shown in public education over the past three decades indicates the strong feeling in our society that all citizens, whatever their special conditions, deserve the opportunity to fully develop their capabilities. “All men are created equal,” we heard it many times, but it still has important meaning for education in a democratic society. Although the phrase was used by this country’s founders to indicate equality before the law, it has also been interpreted to mean equality of opportunity. That concept implies educational opportunity for all children — the right of each child to receive help in learning to the limits of his or her capability, whether that capability is small or great. Recent court decisions
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have confirmed the right of all children — disabled or not — to an appropriate education, and have ordered that public schools take the necessary steps to provide that education. In response, schools are modifying their programs, adapting instruction to children who are exceptional, to those who cannot profit substantially from regular programs. (Note: Answer the questions or complete the statements in NO MORE THAN TWELVE WORDS. )

81. This passage is concerned primarily with the necessity of adapting ________________. 82. What affects the growth of exceptional children according to the author? 83. People have shown great interest in the education of exceptional children over the last three decades because they believe that ________________________________________. 84. According to the passage, what does “All men are created equal” mean to the country’s founders?

第 II 卷 (共 45 分)
I. Translation Directions: Translate the following sentences into English, using the words given in the brackets. 85. 父亲听到这个消息很兴奋。(excited) 86. 不经历风雨,怎能见彩虹。(without) 87. 众所周知,他的成功完全是努力的结果。(due to) 88. 当你怀疑自己的时候,不要忘了最重要的是建立自信。(doubt) 89. 为了按时完成任务,志愿者们正竭尽全力把复杂的问题简单化。(simplify) II. Guided Writing Directions: Write an English composition in 120-150 words according to the picture and instructions given below in Chinese.
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90. 请简要描述图片,并结合图片内容谈谈自己的想法。

参考答案:
I. 1~10 DDBCD BCABA 11~16 DCB ACB 24. sharing a ride 17. Michelle 18. 83521567 19. Brazil 20. stomach 21. natural resources 22. double 23. public transportation system 25~29 CCCDA 30~34 BBBDC 35~40 BDADDB 41~49 50~64 65~67 CEFJIDABH CBABB BDD BCAAB CDCBD 72~75 CBDA

68~71

CACD

76~80 CFADB 81. education to exceptional children 82. Their family and the society. 83. all citizens deserve the opportunity to fully develop their capabilities 84. It means/indicates everyone/anyone is equal before the law. 85. Father was very excited to hear the news/when he heard the news. at the news/(on) hearing the news 86. There is no rainbow without wind and rain. How can you see the rainbow without going through the storm? 87. It is known to all that his success is entirely/totally/completely due to his hard work. /As is known to all, his success is entirely/totally/completely due to his hard work. /We all know that his success is entirely/totally/completely due to his hard work.
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88. When you doubt yourself, don’t forget that it is the most important (thing) to build up self-confidence. 89. In order to accomplish/finish/complete the task in time, the volunteers are trying their best/doing all that/what they can to simplify the difficult/complicated matters. 录音文字 Section A Short Conversations 1. M: This pen costs 11 dollars, but I’ve only got 7 dollars. W: I’ve got 6 dollars, so I’ll lend you the rest. Q: How much will the woman lend the man? (D) 2. M: I’m calling to see if you’d like to go to the cinema th is afternoon. W: I really do. But I just broke my glasses and I’ve got to do something about getting another pair before tomorrow’s classes. Q: What did the woman plan to do this afternoon? (D) 3. W: Hi, Jack. It’s already twelve o’clock. Why don’t you have lunch now? M: I’ve got to finish typing my writing first. I need it for the meeting this afternoon. Q: What does the man mean? (B) 4. W: You wanted to see me, Mr. Johns? M: Yes, Miss Green. You have to start getting to work on time, or your service will no longer be needed here. Q: What happened to the woman? (C) W: I’ll go to the bedroom and watch the new movie. You can watch the Russian ballet here. M: I think I’ll watch the football game tonight, then the bowling match. 6. Q: Which is the first program the man is planning to watch? (D) W: If Lisa doesn’t return my car in 15 minutes’ time, I’m afraid I’ll be late for the baseball game. M: Would you like me to get a taxi for you? Q: What did the man offer to do? (B) 7. M: Now, you applied for the job as a secretary. Why do you choose our company? W: Well, first, your company enjoys a good reputation and I hope I can improve my ability in every aspects. Q: What’s the probable relationship between the two speakers? (C) M: Read anything interesting lately? W: Nothing you would like. 9. Q: What does the woman mean?(A) W: If it hadn’t been for the traffic, I might have been home by 6. M: It’s too bad you didn’t make it, Mary was here and she wanted to see you. Q: What can we learn about the woman? (B)

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10. M: I heard Peter inherited a lot of money. W: His aunt was grateful to him for taking good care of her, so she left him half of her fortune. Q: What can we learn about Peter? (A) Section B Passages Questions 11 through 13 are based on the following passage. Bananas, which contain large amounts of vitamins and minerals needed by the body, represent one of the nature’s healthiest food choices. In fact, bananas have three times the amount of vitamins A and C found in apples. The tasty fruit also contains five times more protein than an apple. These essential minerals and vitamins help control blood pressure and aid in muscle movement and digestion. Bananas provide not only physical benefits but also mental and emotional benefits. Bananas contain something that helps lift our mood. The next time you want to polish your shoes, reach for a banana skin. Some people insist that the inside of a banana peel produces a great shine on your shoes.
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Many people believe that bananas should never be placed in refrigerator, b ut it’s just not true. The banana industry has been working hard to correct this myth for years. While banana skins will turn dark in the refrigerator, the fruit will spoil less quickly in the refrigerator’s cool environment. Questions: 11. Which is not the benefit of minerals and vitamins in bananas? (D) 12. Why is banana one of the nature’s healthiest food choices? (C) 13. What will happen if a banana is placed in a refrigerator (B) Questions 14 through 16 are based on the following news. A dog owner too lazy to walk his pet has lost his driving license after getting caught walking the animal while driving his car. Paul Railton, 23, was seen driving at 5mph along a country lane in County Durham, dragging a dog along from a car. A policeman explained to him the dangers to the other road users. Due to the narrow road there was no area for other cars to pass. Railton was told to put the dog in the back of the car and was allowed to go, but five days later police turned up at his hom e to charge him. Railton said: "I ac cept it was a silly thing to do and there was an element of laziness. I don’t usually drive in such a manner." The court confirmed that Railton, who is unemployed, was fined ? 66 and ordered to pay ? 43 costs. He had three penalty points added to his license and, because he already had nine points, this meant he was banned from driving for six months. Questions: 14. What’s the danger of Railton’s behavior?(A) 15. What did the policeman do on the scene?(C) 16. What can we learn about Railton?(B) Section C Longer Conversations Blanks 17 through 20 are based on the following conversation. W: Good morning, sir. M: Good morning. I’d like to make an appointment with Dr. Pane. W: He’s on vacation until the 20th . Is it an emergency? M: Yes. What other doctors are on duty today? W: Dr. Pilz and Dr. Blud. M: Is Dr Pilz available this afternoon? W: Yes, we have an opening at 2:45. M: That will be fine. W: What are your symptoms? M: I went to Brazil on business two weeks ago and came back home yesterday. In the past week, I’ve gained some weight, I’m tired, and I feel sick to my stomach a lot. W: Have you experienced any vomiting? M: Mostly in the mornings. W: Ok, I’ll let him know. Can you confirm your name with me? M: Yes, it’s Michelle. M-I-C-H-E-L-L-E. Burns. B-U-R-N-S. W: And your phone number please? M: It’s 8-3-5-2-1-5-6-7. W: So, that’s Michelle Burns at 83521567? M: Yes. W: Do you still have the Blue Cross Blue Shield insurance? M: Yes.
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W: Ok, we’ll see you at 2:45. Blanks 21 through 24 are based on the following conversation. W: What do you think the world will be like 50 years from now? M: I suppose it’ll be different. W: Do you think there will be many natural resources left? M: There should be some left. W: Do you think there will be enough resources for people in the world to live comfortably? M: Sure. I don’t think life will be extremely different. I think we’ll use fewer resources than we do now, though. W: I don’t think we’ll be able to afford to use half as much as we do now. M: Really? What do you think the price of gas will be? W: I think it will double in price every year from now on. M: You’re crazy. There’s loads of gas to be found in this world. W: That’s not what some people say. I don’t think many of us will have private cars in 20 years’ time. M: That would be horrible. W: It could be a good thing. If gas becomes too expensive, maybe the government would try to improve the public transportation system. M: I hate using public transport. W: If it were more convenient, I bet you would love it. You can save money, save the environment, and save time. M: I guess. Do you think it’s too late to change the oil situation now? W: I do feel like it’s out of our hands already. However, you can start to do things now, like riding your bicycle to work, s haring a ride with others, and using the public transportation system. M: I’ll think about it.

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