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本试卷分第一卷（选择题）和第二卷（非选择题）两部分。第一卷 1 至 10 页，第二卷 11 至 12 页。共 150 分。考试时间 120 分钟。 注意事项：请按照题号顺
序在答题纸上各题目的答题区域内作答，超出答题区域书写的答案无效； 在草稿纸、试题卷上答题无效。 第一卷 (共三部分，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 1.5 分，满分 7.5 分) 听下面 5 段对话。每段对话后有一个小题，从题中所给的 A、B、C 三个选项中选出最佳选项，并标 在试卷的相应位置，听完每段对话后，你都有 10 秒钟的时间回答有关小题和阅读下一小题。每段对话 仅读一遍。 1. How many students are good at basketball? A. About 10. B. About 4. C. About 40. 2. What does the man's answer mean? A. He doesn't know about the park. B. The park is too far away. C. There is no park here. 3. Who is Dam Morrison? A. Tom's boss. B. Tom's doctor. C. Mary's doctor. 4. How can the man get to the post office? A. Go eastward and turn right. B. Go eastward and turn left. C. Go westward and turn left. 5. What can we know from the conversation? A. The woman asks the man for a lift. B. The woman won't take the man's car to the bank. C. The bank and the man's office are in the same direction. 第二节 (共 15 小题；每小题 1.5 分，满分 22.5 分) 听下面 5 段对话。每段对话后有几个小题，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。听每段对话前，将给出每题 5 秒钟时间阅读各个小题；听完后，各小题将给出 5 秒钟的作答时间。每段对话读两遍。
听第 6 段材料，回答第 6 至 8 题。 6. Why does the woman make the phone call? A. She wants to attend a party that evening. B. She wants to visit her friend Marcel. C. She wants to have her hair done that afternoon. 7. What does the man speaker suggest? A. Having her hair done by another skilled hairdresser. B. Coming at 3:30 that afternoon. C. Coming the next day. 8. How does she feel in the end? A. She is unhappy. B. She is pleased. C. She is worried. 听第 7 段材料，回答第 9 至 11 题。 9. What does Peter want Monica to do on Tuesday night? A. To watch a show. B. To clean the room. C. To finish her homework. 10. Where will Monica be on Thursday evening? A. At the Global Theatre. nt. 11. What will Monica probably do together with Peter? A. They will hand in their compositions. B. They will clean her flat. C. They will go and listen to the concert. 听第 8 段材料，回答第 12 至 14 题。 12. How many ties does the man have at least? A. Three. B. Four. C. Five. 13. Where did the man put his blue tie? A. In the cupboard. B. Under his shirt. C. In his drawer. 14. What can we learn about Sue? A. She is Mrs. Johnson's sister. B. She is the speaker's sister. C. She is the person paid by the speakers to look after their children. 听第 9 段材料，回答第 15 至 17 题。 15. What's the possible relationship between the two speakers? A. Boss and employee. B. Husband and wife. C. Teacher and student. 16. What clothes does the woman usually wear at work? B. At her flat. C. At a little restaura
A. A dark suit and a white shirt. C. A skirt or a dress. 17. What's the woman complaining about? A. Her boss is unfair. B. The man is not listening to her carefully.
B. Jeans and a sweater.
C. Another woman in the company has taken the job that was supposed to have been given to her. 听第 10 段材料，回答第 18 至 20 题。 18. How did the man use to choose movie to see? A. By asking people's opinions. C. He just went into the cinema and watch. 19. What does the writer usually NOT write in the review? A. Good points about it. C. Important things and endings. 20. In which way does the speaker enjoy more about movies? A. Reading reviews first. B. Seeing the movies first. C. Listening to one's comments first. 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。 21.For a long time they walked without saying ________ word. Jim was the first to break___________ silence. A. the; a B. a; the C. a; / D. the; / 22.- Seems you are quite familiar with Russia. - That is because I _________ the country in 1999. A. have visited B. was visiting C. had visited D. visited 23.The medicine is on sale everywhere. You can get it at ________ chemist's. A. each B. some C. certain D. any 24.As we all know, _________ medical examination will help us find out health problems as early as possible. A. regular B. general C. common D. normal 25.To make the students understand the problem the teacher tried to explain it, but the explanation just did not _________to the class． A. get through B. get around C. get down D. get across 26.The dog had such ________ to its master that it would not leave him, even when he was dead． A. devotion B. contribution C. connection D. application 27.The reason _______ he gave for being late was ________ he overslept this morning． A. why; that B. why; because C. which; that D. which; because 28.At a rough estimate, Nigeria is __________ Great Britain. B. Bad parts of it. B. By reading reviews.
A. three times the size as B. the size three times of C. three times as the size of D. three times the size of 29.Help! My door shut after me and the eggs _________ in the pan. A. have been fried B. are being fried C. have been fried D. are frying 30.Let's learn to use the problem we are facing ______ a stepping-stone to future success. A. to B. for C. as D. by 31.When Marx was in London, he _______ read at the library for hours. A. would B. might C. could D. should 32.- How much do I owe you for this supper? - _________. It's nothing. A. You are welcome B. Forget it C. With pleasure D. That's all right 33.- I'm really hungry now. -That's because you have left your lunch __________. A. having untouched B. to be untouched C. untouched D. being untouched 34.________ the Internet is of great help, I don't think it's a good idea to spend too much time on it. A. While B. As C. Because D. If 35.- Sorry, I can't go camping with you. I have to prepare well enough for the entrance exam. - ________! We can camp together next time. A. Don't say so B. Congratulations C. Good luck D. No problem 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，从短文后各题所给的四个选项 (A、B、C 和 D) 中，选出可以填入空白处的最佳选 项。 Doing community service work, I spent three or four hours handing out warm dinner to the homeless out in the streets. After that I went to a 36 shelter not far from the Bay Bridge. I was in high school and at the time my sister was too young to 37 . She wanted to help, 38 she made four or five dozen chocolate chip cookies for me to 39 and hand out to people. When getting to the homeless shelter I passed out the remaining meals. I had the containers with my 40 cookies in them and began to 41 , offering them to anyone near me. I 42 an old gentleman and said, "Sir, would you like a cookie?" He stopped and turned around, looked at me 43 in the eye and said, "What did you say? Did you call me sir?" I told him I had, and his eyes 44 a little bit and he said, "No one has 45 called me sir." He was completely taken aback. It struck me. I explained I had been raised that 46 color and social status, everyone deserved 47 . It made me 48 to think that just because he was homeless, no one 49 him the honor. It broke my 50 , and I couldn't help 51 cry. I just didn't understand 52 no one ever called him sir? I had never thought that anyone was below me because I wasn't raised that way. Every 53 person deserves to be treated with dignity. Years later, I still carry that memory and the 54 it taught me. Sometimes, what we take for granted can 55 make a difference in someone's life. How have you made a difference to others? How have others made a difference to you?
36. A. useless B. careless C. homeless D. hopeless 37. A. participate B. involve C. choose D. go 38. A. however B. but C. yet D. so 39. A. bring B. fetch C. collect D. take 40. A. classmate's B. schoolmate's C. sister's D. family's 41. A. walk around B. knock around C. come around D. stand around 42. A. went B. came C. approached D. met 43. A. right B. even C. still D. just 44. A. watered B. cried C. tore D. dropped 45. A. already B. ever C. still D. yet 46. A. in spite B. regardless of C. concerned about D. for fear of 47. A. happiness B. truth C. respect D. help 48. A. strong-minded B. sad C. frightened D. pleased 49. A. handed B. afforded C. provided D. supplied 50. A. eyes B. mind C. opinions D. heart 51. A. but B. and C. until D. or 52. A. what B. when C. whether D. why 53. A. single B. poor C. ordinary D. normal 54. A. stories B. lessons C. experiences D. tears 55. A. equally B. hardly C. really D. finally 第三部分 阅读理解（共两节，满分 40 分） 第一节（共 15 小题：每小题 2 分，满分 30 分） 阅读下列短文，从每题所给的四个选项（A、B、C 和 D）中，选出最佳选项。 A Tess was eight years old. Her little brother Andrew was very sick and their parents w ere completely out of money. She heard Daddy say to her tearful Mother, "Only a miracle can save him now." Tess took her money and made her way six blocks to Rexall's Drug Store. "And what do you want?" the chemist asked in an annoyed tone of voice. "I'm talking t o my brother from Chicago whom I haven't seen for ages." "Well, I want to talk to you about my brother," Tess answered back in the same annoye d tone. "He's really sick. He has something bad growing inside his head and my Daddy says only a miracle can save him now. So how much does a miracle cost?" "We don't sell miracles here, little girl. I'm sorry but I can't help you," the chemi st said, softening a little. "Listen, I can help you." The chemist's brother was a well-dressed man. He asked Tess, "What kind of miracle does your brother need?" "I don't know," Tess replied. "Mommy says he needs an operation. But my Daddy can't p ay for it, so I want to use my money." "How much do you have?" asked the man from Chicago. "One dollar and eleven cents," Te
ss answered. "And it's all the money I have, but I can get some more, if I need to." "Well，what a coincidence (巧合)," smiled the man. "A dollar and eleven cents － the exact price of a miracle for your little brother. Take me to where you live. Let's see if 1 have the kind of miracle you need." That man was Dr. Carlton Armstrong, a surgeon in neurosurgery (神经外科). The operati on was completed without charge and it wasn't long until Andrew was home again and doing well． Tess smiled. She knew exactly how much a miracle cost… one dollar and eleven cent s… plus the faith of a little child. 56. What can we learn from the first paragraph? A. Tess's brother would recover because there was a miracle. B. Tess's brother would die because his family had no money to treat his illness. C. Tess's family would look for a miracle to treat Andrew's illness. D. Andrew should go to hospital for a miracle. 57. Why did the chemist get annoyed first？ A. Because he was a nervous man． B. Because Tess didn't buy his medicine. C. Because Tess had bothered him and his brother. D. Because Tess was poorly dressed. 58. What can we learn about Dr. Carlton Armstrong? A. He was a stone－hearted man. B. He cared for only a little money. C. He never helped others unless given a lot of money． D. He was a kind gentleman and ready to help others. 59. What can be the best title？ A. A dying boy and her sister C. A kind doctor and his brother B In the United States, when one becomes rich, he wants people to know it. And even if he does not become very rich, he wants people to think that he is. That is what "keeping up with the Joneses" is about. It is the story of someone who tried to look as rich as hi s neighbors. The expression was first used in 1913 by a young American called Arthur Momand. He to ld this story about himself. He began earning $ 125 a week at the age of 23. That was a l ot of money in those days. He got married and moved with his wife to a very wealthy neigh borhood. When he saw that rich people rode horses, Momand went horseback riding every day. When he saw that rich people had servants. Momand and his wife also hired a servant and B. A miracle of $ 1.10 D. A poor girl and a doctor
gave big parties for their new neighbors. It was like a race, but one could never finish this race because one was always tryin g to keep up. The race ended for Momand and his wife when they could no longer pay for th eir new way of life. They had to move back to an apartment in New York City. Momand l ooked around him and noticed that many people do things just to keep up with rich lifesty le of their neighbors. He saw the funny side of it and started to write a series of short stories. He called it "Keeping up with the Joneses" because "Jones" is a very common nam e in the United States. "Keeping up with the Joneses" came to mean keeping up with rich l ifestyle of the people around you. Momand's series appeared in different newspapers acros s the country for over 28 years. People never seem to get tired of keeping up with the Joneses. And there are "Joneses " in every city of the world. But one must get tired of trying to keep up with the Jonese s because no matter what one does, Mr. Jones always seems to be ahead. 60. Some people want to keep up with the Joneses because they ______. A. want to be as rich as their neighbors B. want others to know or to think that they are rich C. don't want others to know they are rich D. want to be happy 61. It can be inferred from the story that rich people like to ________. A. live outside New York City C. live in apartments A. Negative. C. Supportive. C There are two types of people in the world. Although they have equal degree of health and wealth and other comforts of life, one becomes happy and the other becomes unhappy. This arises from the different ways in which they consider things, persons, events and th e resulting effects upon their minds. People who are to be happy fix their attention on the convenience of things: the plea sant parts of conversation, the well prepared dishes, the goodness of the wine and the fi ne weather. They enjoy all the cheerful things. Those who are to be unhappy think and spe ak only of the opposite things. Therefore, they are continually dissatisfied. By their re marks, they sour the pleasure of society, offend many people, and make themselves disagre eable everywhere. If this turn of mind was founded in nature, such unhappy persons would be the more to be pitied. The intention of criticizing and being disliked is perhaps take n up by imitation (模仿). It grows into a habit, unknown to its possessors. The habit may B. Positive. D. Objective. B. live in New York City D. live with many neighbors
62. What's the author's attitude to keeping up with the Joneses?
be strong, but it may be cured when those who have it realize its bad effects on their i nterests and tastes. I hope this little warning may be of service to them, and help them change this habit. Although in fact it is chiefly an act of the imagination, it has serious results in l ife since it brings on deep sorrow and bad luck. Those people offend many others; nobody loves them, and no one treats them with more than the most common politeness and respect. This frequently puts them in bad temper and draws them into arguments. If they aim at ge tting some advantages in social position or fortune, nobody wishes them success. Nor will anyone start a step or speak a word to favor their hopes. If they bring on themselves pu blic objections, no one will defend or excuse them, and many will join to criticize their wrongdoings. These should change this bad habit and be pleased with what is pleasing, wi thout worrying needlessly about themselves and others. If they do not, it will be good fo r others to avoid any contact with them. Otherwise, it can be disagreeable and sometimes very inconvenient, especially when one becomes mixed up in their quarrels. 63. People who are unhappy _______. A. always consider things differently from others B. usually are affected by the results of certain things C. usually misunderstand what others think or say D. always discover the unpleasant side of certain things 64. We can conclude from the passage that _______. A. we should pity all such unhappy people B. such unhappy people are dangerous to social life C. people can get rid of the habit of unhappiness D. unhappy people can not understand happy persons 65. If such unhappy persons insist on keeping the habit, the author suggests that peo ple should _______. A. prevent any communication with them B. show no respect and politeness to them C. persuade them to recognize the bad effects D. quarrel with them until they realize the mistakes 66. In this passage, the writer mainly _______. A. describes two types of people B. laughs at the unhappy people C. suggests the unhappy people should get rid of the habits of unhappiness D. tells people how to be happy in life D The Apple iPhone's impact was widely evident (明显的) at the Consumer Electronics Sho
w, as new touch－screen devices could be found everywhere. The consumer electronics industry came unbuttoned in Las Vegas this week. At the annu al Consumer Electronics Show, companies from around the world unveiled many devices boast ing (以拥有…而自豪) touch - sensitive technology, rather than traditional push-button co ntrols. Motorola, Sony, and LG Electronics all showed off touch-screen phones this week. Micr osoft Chairman Bill Gates praised and offered a touch-screen computer, the Surface, relat ed to a flat panel TV for a tabletop. Even camera makers, such as Kodak，included touch-s creen LCDs in their devices. Touch-screen tech has been in use for years， but the push to develop and weave it into consumer electronics gathered steam with the June introduction of Apple's iPhone. "The touch-screen industry is really getting hot," says Jennifer Coleg rove, a senior analyst at iSuppli. "Since the iPhone came out, there are a lot of compani es that did not have a relationship with touch screens before that decided, 'OK, I want t o make a touch screen, too.'" The touch－screen tech ecosystem now includes more than 100 companies specializing in everything from smudge-proof (防污的) screens to sensors (传感器) able to detect fingers before they even contact the screen. Sales of leading touch-screen technologies， such as those used in mobile phones and navigation (航行) devices，are expected to rise to $ 4.4 billion in 2012, up from $ 2.4 billion in 2006，according to iSuppli estimates. 67. What did the writer think about the Apple iPhone？ A. The Apple iPhone was beautiful. B. The Apple iPhone was popular. C. The Apple iPhone was expensive. D. The Apple iPhone was attractive. 68. What is the meaning of the underlined word "unveiled" in the second paragraph？ A. Invented. C. Discovered. B. Unlocked. D. Showed.
69. The touch-screen tech was used in consumer electronics mainly because of _______. A. traditional push-button controls B. Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates C. the introduction of Apple's iPhone D. the touch-screen tech ecosystem 70. What can we learn from the passage? A. The touch-screen technology will disappear. B. The touch-screen technology will be replaced by traditional push-button controls. C. The touch-screen technology will be as important as traditional push-button rols. D. The touch-screen technology will be more widely used in electronics devices. cont
第二节（共 5 小题；每小题 2 分，满分 10 分） 根据短文内容，从短文后的选项中选出能填入空白处的最佳选项。选项中有多余选项。 Have you ever seen any students whose trousers hang so low you can see their underwear? What do you think of that? Fashionable? Some of today's teenagers are big fans of such a look. 71. __________ The headmaster of a school in central Italy has asked students to stop wearing low-rise jeans that expose underwear and parts of the body. His request came after a class trip. One day, he saw one boy's baggy trousers slide to his feet. 72. ____________ But in Italy, a nation that takes fashion very seriously, the suggestion caused a debate among parents, teachers and students. The issue is whether the headmaster's request will limit students' freedom- or whether dress in Italian schools is too casual. 73. _________ "We do not want to kick fashion out," the headmaster explained, "but extremes (极端) of fashion like this are not right in school." Many other schools have now requested that their students also stop wearing such trousers. 74._________ Ludovica Gaudio, 14, wore extremely low trousers exposing orange underwear in class. It was cold, so she wore a matching orange scarf. 75._______________ "I don't really feel comfortable in those sort of jeans," said Sarah Lattanzi, "in winter, when dressed like that, it's quite cold and I am afraid my stomach will ache." A. But recently this trend has been at the center of an argument in Italian middle schools. B. A parents' group praised the move in favor of good taste, while others advised schools to stop worrying about fashion and fix up old school buildings. C. He pointed out that this way of dressing is not suitable for school. D. Most students have simply ignored the request. E. Another 14-year-old said she would probably respect the request, simply for practical reasons. F. Let us see that Italian students react differently to schools' requests. G. Schools should pay attention to things more important than students' clothes. 第二卷 (共两节，35 分) 第四部分 写作（共两节，满分 35 分） 第一节 短文改错（共 10 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 10 分） 假定英语课上老师要求同桌之间交换修改作文，请你修改你同学写的以下作文。文中共有 10 处语 言错误，每句中最多有两处。错误涉及一个单词的增加、删除或修改。 增加: 在缺词处加一个漏字符号 (∧), 并在其下面写出该加的词。 删除: 把多余的词用斜线 ( \ ) 划掉。 修改: 在错的词下划一横线，并在该词下面写出修改后的词。 注意: 1. 每处错误及其修改均仅限一词； 2. 只允许修改 10 处，多者（从第 11 处起）不计分。 Never should I forget the first English lesson giving by Miss Liu. On that day, when she entered the classroom, we found out that she was a young and beautiful lady. Then she introduced her and said we shouldn't call her Teacher Liu but Miss Liu. Late, she let us go to the blackboard and say something about ourselves in English on turn. When it was my turn, I felt so shy that I don't dare to say anything before the class. She went up to me and said kind, "Don't be afraid. I believe you can do well." At last, I went to the blackboard. She praised me for that I had done. 第二节 书面表达 (满分 25 分)
假设你是李华，今年夏天即将进入伦敦大学学习，但是不知怎样适应国外大学的生活。所以写信给 你的英国笔友 John，结合下列其他大学新生经常遇到的情况，寻求建议。 1. 感到孤独、经常想家； 2. 文化、食物、气候不适应； 3. 在生活中不会照料自己； 4. 难以找到满意的房东； 5. 教师全英授课难以理解。 注意：1. 短信的开头和结尾已为你写好，不计入总词数； 2.词数 100 左右。 Dear John, This summer I will go to study at London University, but I don't know how to adapt myself to the new life. _________________________________________________________________ Li Hua
参考答案 听力部分：（每小题 1.5 分，满分 30 分） 1-5 ACABC 6-10 CABAB 11-15 CBCCB 16-20 BABAB
单项填空：（每小题 1 分，满分 15 分） 21. B. without saying a word 意为"一句话也没有说"，第二个空为特指。 22. D. 该句有明显的过去时时间状语 23. D. 全句意思是："这种药到处有售，你可以在任何一家药店买到它。" 24. A. 定期体检。 25. D. get across to sb. 意为"使……理解"。 26. A. devotion to sb. 表示"对……的挚爱"。 27. C. 第一空为定语从句，从句中缺宾语；第二个空为表语从句，从句中不缺成分。 28. D. 表示倍数的固定句型：…倍数/百分比+the+名词（size / width / weight /height/ len gth / etc.）+ of…。 29. B. 用现在进行时表示鸡蛋正在锅里被煎。 30. C. use…as…把什么东西用做……。 31. A. would 表示过去的习惯性动作。 32. B. "forget it" is used for telling someone that they should not worry about somet hing because it is not important. 33. C. 过去分词作宾补。 34. A. while 引导让步状语从句。 35. C. Good luck! 用来表示祝愿对方考试好运。
完形填空：(每小题 1.5 分，满分 30 分) 36. C. 下文 39 和 40 之间有提示。 37. A. 妹妹年幼无法参加服务工作。 38. D. 因此她做了饼干让我带着。 39. D. 同上。 40. C. 容器里装着妹妹做的饼干。 41. A. 四处走发给周围的人饼干。 42. C. 走近一位老人。 43. A. 他直视我的眼睛。 44. A. 老人因激动而流泪。 45. B. 曾经。 46. B. 不受……的影响。 47. C. 称呼老人"先生"是一种尊重，没有种族和社会地位的区分。 48. B. 老人无家可归又受人歧视使我感到伤心。 49. B. afford 此处意为"给予"。 50. D. 想到老人的境遇，我很伤心。 51. A. can't help but do 为固定搭配。 52. D. 我不理解为什么没有人称他先生。 53. A. 每一个人。 54. B. 得到的教训, teache sb. a lesson. 55. C. 真正起作用。
阅读理解：第一节（每小题 2 分，满分 30 分） 56. B. 细节推断题。由第一段可知父亲对儿子的病感到无能为力。 57. C. 细节理解题。由第三段的对话内容可知。 58. D. 细节推断题。由全文内容可知。 59. B. 主旨大意题。全文主要讲述了一个奇迹的发生。 60. B. 细节理解题。由第一段最后一句可知。 61. A. 细节推断题。由第二段第 5 句和最后一句可知。 62. A. 观点态度题。由最后一段最后一句可知。 63. D. 细节理解题。由第二段第 3 句可以看出另一些人感到不幸福的原因。 64. C. 细节判断题。由第二段倒数第 2 句可以判断出人们可以改变不幸福的脾性。 65. A. 细节判断题。由第三段倒数第 2 句可以看出作者的想法。 66. C. 主旨大意题。本文主要讲的是那些感觉不幸福的人处处冒犯别人，若长期以往，则只能处 于被孤立的境地，所以他们应改变自己的习惯。 67. B. 细节理解题。由第三段的"getting hot"可知，意为"受欢迎的"。
68. D. 词义猜测题。由第二段可知在展览会上各公司一定展示了他们的新产品。 69. C. 细节理解题。由第三段第六行可知。 70. D. 细节推断题。由全文最后一段内容可知。
第二节：（每小题 2 分，满分 10 分） 71-75 ACBDE 短文改错：（每小题 1 分，满分 10 分） Never should I forget the first English lesson giving by Miss Liu. On that day, when she shall e introduced her and said we shouldn't call her Teacher Liu but Miss Liu. Late, she let us go herself y in turn, I felt so shy that I don't dare to say anything before the class. She went up t o me and didn't said kind, "Don't be afraid. I believe you can do ∧ well." At last, I went to the bl ackboard. kindly She praised me for that I had done. what it Later to the blackboard and say something about ourselves in English on turn. When it was m given entered the classroom, we found out that she was a young and beautiful lady. Then sh
书面表达：（25 分） One possible version: Dear John, This summer I will go to study at London University, but I don't know how to adapt myself to the new life. I hear that many freshmen are at a loss what to do when they are in a foreign country. Feelin g lonely and homesick, they find it much harder to get used to the new culture, diet and climate. Most of them can't take good care of themselves in their everyday life. Besides, it is difficult to find a satisfying host and fully understand what the teachers teach in class since they speak
English all the time. Could you tell me how to deal with these problems so that I will be able to suit the universi ty life in the future? Yours, Li Hua 附：听力录音原文 (Text 1) W: How many students were accepted on the basketball team this year? M: About 40, but only one fourth of them have a real gift for the sport. (Text 2) W: You seem to get lost. M: Yes. This is the first time I have been to this town. W: Anything I can do for you? M: Eh, I'm looking for the park. W: Is there a park around here? (Text 3) M: Hello, Mary, this is Dam Morrison from the office. I'm calling to see how Tom is doing tod ay. W: Oh, hello, Mr. Morrison. The doctor said he'd be able to go back to work tomorrow. M: Please tell him there is no hurry. I've had Stam Johnson to take his job for to a while. (Text 4) M: Could you tell me the way to the post office? W: Go eastward along this street, then turn to the left and walk for three minutes. You are s ure to find it on your right. (Text 5) M: Hi, Laura, what's the hurry? W: Hi, Nick. I'm going to the bank. What are you doing here? M: I'm going to my office. Would you like me to give you a lift? W: Oh, thank you. That could be better. (Text 6) M: Good morning. Smart Hairdresser. W: Good morning. I'd like to make an appointment please, for three o'clock this afternoon, wi th Marcel. M: Let me see… I'm sorry Marcel's busy at three. Can you suggest another day, madam? W: No. I've an important party to attend tonight and I must have my hair done before 5. So ho w about 3:30? M: I'm afraid Marcel is busy all afternoon. I'm terribly sorry, madam. But you should always book in advance.
W: I know, I know. But it's a short notice to me, too. M: Then may I suggest Tom O'neil. He is just as good as Marcel. W: But Marcel always does my hair. He knows what style I usually wear. M: But everybody says Tom can quickly think up the best style for a particular customer. W: OK, then. What time? M: Er… could you please be here at 2:45? You'll be his first customer this afternoon. W: That would be nice then. Thank you. You're really very helpful. M: You're welcome. (Text 7) M: Hi, Monica! W: Hi, Peter! M: I called you last night, but you were out. What do you think we can do this week? What are you doing on Tuesday night? There's a great show at the Global Theatre. W: Tuesday night? Oh, sorry, I'm planning to finish my composition. It has to be in on Wednes day morning. M: Oh, well, never mind. How about Wednesday? Why don't we go out for dinner, just you and me, nice and romantic. We could go to the little restaurant you like so much. W: That sounds like a good idea, but I think I might help my roommate clean up the flat. We'r e having some friends in on Thursday night, so we want the place to look nice. M: Well, that means you're going to be busy on Thursday night, too? W: I'm afraid so. M: I suppose you're busy on Friday night, too. I had planned to invite you to a concert. W: Well, I was going to stay in since I've been busy all these late nights. But, sure, I'd lo ve to go and listen to some music. What time is it? (Text 8) M: Where did you put my new blue tie? W: It's right there in the wardrobe with the other ties. M: There's a green one and a couple of brown ones, but no blue one. W: Here it is in your drawer. You must have put it there when you brought it home. M: I suppose so. Does it look OK with this green shirt? W: I think so. We'd better hurry up, or we're going to be late. The Johnsons said they would come at 7:30. M: Oh, it's 6:45 now. Sue isn't here to take care of the children yet. W: She'll be here at 7:30. That still gives us time to get there. M: Who else is coming tonight? W: The Brown and the Franks. And Mrs. Johnson's sister will be there too. M: Well, I think we'd better go down. Sue should be here pretty soon. (Text 9)
W: You, know, Larry. We've got a new manager in our department. M: Oh? You hoped to get to job, didn't you? W: Yes, I did. M: I'm sorry. That's too bad. Who is it? Who got the job, I mean? W: Someone called Drexel, Carl Drexel. He's been with the company only two years. I've been h ere longer. And I know more about the job, too. M: Hmm. Why do you think they gave it to him and not you? W: Because I'm the wrong sex, of course! M: You mean you didn't get the job because you're a woman? W: Yes, that was probably it. It hasn't fair! M: What sorts of clothes does he wear? W: A dark suit, white shirt, and a tie. Why? M: Listen, Sylvia. Perhaps that had something to do with it. W: You mean you think I didn't get the job because I come to work in jeans and a sweater? M: It's possible, isn't it? W: Do you really think I should wear different clothes? M: We… perhaps you should think about it. W: Why should I wear a skirt or dress? M: I'm not saying you should. I'm saying you should think about it. That's all! W: Why should I do that? I'm good at my job! That's the only important thing. M: Hmm. Perhaps it should be the only important thing. But it isn't. Not in this company. (Text 10) Do you read reviews before you see a movie? I used to do that, but I usually wished I had n't. I used to read so much about a movie in advance that often I ended up not going to see it at all. The writers point out everything that is wrong with a film, and seldom mention anything goo d about it. They also tell us the important things and even the ending of the movie. I think they have seen so many movies that they have forgotten what it is like to enjoy watching one. Lately I have changed the way I choose movies to watch. Now I never read the reviews befor e a movie. I read them afterwards, if at all. I don't watch the talk shows where people discuss m ovies and I don't ask other people what they think about it. Now, I enjoyed myself more.
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