漳州市 2014 年七校第四次联考英语试卷答案
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One possible version Not long ago, CCTV “Focus Talk” carried out many interviews and made some relevant comments on the phenomena---“Crossing roads in the Chinese style”. There is a very common phenomenon around us that people just run the light totally ignoring the running vehicles, which can lead to serious consequences. Last week a traffic accident happened near our school, a rushing car knocked down a student who was running the red light. And because of the car’s sudden stop, several cars behind crashed into each other. Of course this caused a terrible traffic jam In my opinion, effective measures should be taken to solve the problem. First, we can make good use of the media, such as TV, newspaper, magazine, to raise people’s awareness of obeying the traffic rules and road safety. Second, government must make severe laws to punish people who dare to break the law and run the red light. 录音原文 Text 1 M: Which cap did you finally decide to buy? W: Well, I would have liked to buy the blue one, but it was 50 dollar So I bought another one instead and saved 10 dollars. Text 2 W: Where are you going to plant the tree? By the front door? M: No, that would be silly. It'll grow too big. I'm going to put it at the back of the garage. W: I thought it would be better right at the other end of the garden. M: Oh, no. Text 3 W: The lecture this morning was so boring. M: I'll say I had one eye on the clock the whole time. Text 4 M: I'd like to speak to the manager, please. W: May I know what it is about? M: I'd like to see him about the position advertised in today's newspaper. W: Certainly. Just wait for a while; he is making a phone call. Text 5
M: Hello. W: Hello. Can I help you? M: Yes, I want to know why there's no electricity. W: Sorry, Sir. There's been a power cut. M: Well, when will it come on again? W: It's usually off for about half an hour, so we expect it back at eight thirty. Text 6 W: Red House Restaurant. May I help you? M: I'd like to book a table. W: For how many? M: Just two. W: For what time? M: 8:00. W: I'm sorry, there aren't any tables left for 8: 00, but we can give you one for 7:00 or 9:00. M: All right. 9:00 then. W: May I have your name, please? M: Miller. W: A table for two at 9:00 for Mr. Miller. Thank you. M: Thank you. Text 7 W: ABC company. Can I help you? M: Can you put me through to Mr. Brown in the Sales Department? W: I'm afraid Mr. Brown is at a meeting at the moment. M: Can I leave a message? W: Certainly. M: Can you ask Mr. Brown to call me at 1300—621 — 7865? W: Who is calling, please? M: Alan Peterson. W: OK. Mr. Peterson. Can you repeat the phone number? M: That's 1300-621-7865. W: OK. I'll ask Mr. Brown to call you as soon as the meeting is over. M: Thanks. Bye. Text 8 Art's Self introduction Hello! My name's Art. I'm 74 years old and I live in a retirement community with my wife Kate. I retired about twelve years ago from the bicycle business. I was in the bicycle business for thirty-five years. Twenty of the thirty five years I ran my own business. After I decided to sell my business, I became an advisor. I worked as an advisor for five years and then I retired. The retirement community I live in requires you be forty-eight years or older. In the community I engage in many activities, oil painting, watercolor painting, stain glass projects. My major activity, however, is golf. Weather permitting, I play every day. We have a golf course in the community, and since I play more often than I used to before I retired, my game has improved very much.
Text 9 M: Let me see now. Which train do I need to get on? W: Excuse me. Do you need any help? M: Yes. I want to go to Tokyo Tower, but I'm really lost. This is my first visit to Japan, so I have no idea on how to ride the trains. W: First, you need to buy a ticket to your destination. From there, it's a hundred and thirty yen. M: A hundred and thirty yen Okay. W: Then, get on the Hibita Subway Line at platform 4. M: Number 4, all right. Oh, and how often do the trains come round this time of day? W: Usually, they come about every six minutes. M: All right. And where do I get off the train? W: Get off at Kamiyacho Station, three stops from here. The sign at the station is written in English, so you'll be able to read it. M: Three stops. Got it. Thanks for your help. W: No problem. Good luck. Text 10 Okay, okay, let's begin. Hello, everyone. My name's Karl Roberts, and I'll be your teacher for this class, Intercultural Communication. Uh, to begin with, please take a look at the introduction in front of you. As you all should know by now, this class meets on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3:15 to 4: 50pm. We will be meeting in this room for the first half of the course, but we will be using the research lab every other week on Thursdays in room 405 during the last two months of the class. Uh, this is the text for the class, Beyond Language. Unfortunately, the books haven't come in yet, but I was told that you should be able to purchase them at the bookstore the day after tomorrow. Again, as you see on your course outline, grade is determined by your performance on a midterm and final test, weekly quizzes, uh, a research project, and classroom participation.. My office hours are from 1:00 to 2:00 pm on Wednesdays, and you can set up an appointment to meet with me at other times as well.
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