湖北省黄冈中学 2012-2013 学年高二下学期 期中考试英语试题
考试时间：120 分钟 试卷满分：150 分 编辑人：丁济亮 祝考试顺利！ 本试卷共四部分 注意事项： 1. 答题前，考生务必将自己的姓名、准考证号填写在试题卷和答题卡上，并将准考证号条 形码粘贴到答题卡上的指定位置。 2. 选择题每小题选出答案后，用 2B 铅笔把机读卡对应题目的答案标号涂黑；完成句
子和 书面表达题用 0.5 毫米黑色墨水签字笔答在题卡上相对应的答题区域内。答在试题卷上 无效。 3. 考试结束，请将本试题卷和答题卡一并上交。 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 5 段对话。每段对话后有一个小题，从题中所给的 A、B、C 三个选项中选出最 佳选项，并标在试卷的相应位置。听完每段对话后，你都有 10 秒钟的时间来回答有关小题 和阅读下一小题。每段对话仅读一遍。 1. How will the man get to Scotland? A. By air. 2. What does the man have? A. Cakes. 3. B. Cookies. C. Sandwiches. C. It wasn?t to Linda?s B. By car. C. By train.
What does the woman say about the ring? A. It was not very big. B. It was very expensive.
taste. 4. Why does the woman want to stay home? A. She is seriously sick. B. The weather is too awful. C. She has to look after her grandpa. 5. What does the woman think of the man? A. Honest. B. Generous. C. Selfish.
第二节（共 15 小题；每小题 1.5 分，满分 22.5 分） 听下面 5 段对话或独白。每段对话或独白后有几个小题，从题中所给 A、B、C 三个选 项中选出最佳选项，并标在试卷的相应位置。听每段对话或独白前，你将有时间阅读各个小 题，每小题 5 秒钟；听完后，各小题给出 5 秒钟的作答时间。每段对话或独白读两遍。 听第 6 段材料，回答第 6、7 题。
Where does the conversation take place? A. At a clothes shop. B. At the man?s house. C. At the woman?s
house. 7. Why does the man recommend light blue to the woman? A. It fits her age. B. It is in fashion this year. C. It matches the colour of her skin. 听第 7 段材料，回答第 8、9 题。 8. What is the relationship between the speakers? A. Colleagues. interviewee. 9. What do we know about the woman? A. She is well-organised. B. She wants to be a good leader. C. She likes working under pressure. 听第 8 段材料，回答第 10 至 12 题。 10. What can people do on Wednesday at the sports centre? A. Play golf. B. Swim. C. Play badminton. B. Teacher and student. C. Interviewer and
11. When is there volleyball at the sports centre? A. On Tuesdays. B. On Thursdays. C. On Fridays.
12. What can we learn from the conversation? A. There is only one outdoor sport. B. The man prefers volleyball to tennis. C. The woman goes swimming every Monday. 听第 9 段材料，回答第 13 至 16 题。 13. What is wrong with the man? A. He has a cold. 14. How does the man go to school? A. On foot. B. By bike. C. By bus. B. He has a headache. C. He has a backache.
15. Why does the man often wake up in the night? A. It is noisy. study. 16. What does the man usually do before he goes to bed? A. He has some milk. coffee. 听第 10 段材料，回答第 17 至 20 题。 17. How old was the speaker when she met her boyfriend? A. 17. B. 18. C. 19. B. He has something to eat. C. He has two cups of B. He eats too much. C. He worries about his
18. How did the speaker feel at the first sight of her boyfriend? A. Embarrassed. 19. What happened to the speaker? A. She cut her hand. B. She made a wrong sandwich. C. She made a mistake when she gave change. B. Nervous. C. Surprised.
20. Why did the young man come back in the evening? A. To order a pizza. B. To buy another sandwich. C. To ask the speaker out for dinner. 第二部分：词汇知识运用（共两节，满分 30 分） 第一节：多项选择（共 10 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 10 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，并在答题卡上将该项 涂黑。 21. When you decide to start a family, you make a(n)___________ to your loved one. You shouldn?t turn your back on the person who loves you. A. effort contribution 22. It is reported in the local newspaper that the government has decided to get __________ with people who try to avoid paying taxes. A. desperate B. mild C. casual D. tough 23. Bob is so rebellious (叛逆的) a boy that every time his parents shout at him, he?s ___________ to do the opposite of what they want. A. addicted guaranteed 24. If you make up your mind to quit a job, don?t burn any bridges, but simply inform your boss that you plan to _________ your position and do your best to train your replacement. A. resign B. benefit C. retire D. profit B. opposed C. accustomed D. B. commitment C. devotion D.
25. The instructions to the amusement facilities state that no child shall be, unless ____________ by an adult, allowed to operate the machines. A. accomplished advocated 26. The US government threatened that it would ____________ all its investment from that country if the country didn?t reduce the custom duties (关税). A. desire B. withdraw C. approve D. B. appreciated C. accompanied D.
remove 27. That restaurant serves __________ the best food I?ve ever eaten, so I strongly recommend you go there next time. A. actually steadily 28. When asked how it __________ that he did not report the theft until two days after it occurred, he couldn?t give an adequate explanation for it. A. came out across 29. All around them was only the white snow and the night; they were ____________ from the rest of the world and were conscious only of each other. A. cut out B. cut down C. cut off D. cut in B. came about C. came up D. came B. eventually C. absolutely D.
30. That pressure made me work harder, forced me to think, and ____________ made me smarter and more active. A. after all all B. at all C. in all D. all in
第二节：完形填空（共 20 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 20 分） 阅读下面短文，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的最 佳选项，并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 It was the old lady?s birthday. She got up early to be ready for the post. From the second floor flat she could see the 31 when he came down the street. And a little boy, Johnnie, 32 her letters
from the ground floor on the rare occasion when anything came. Today she was sure there would be something. Myra if she 34 33 forget her mother?s birthday, even 35 , Enid, the daughter the old
wrote at other times. Of course Myra was busy, but
lady loved most, died two years ago. Since then Myra had been to see her mother three times, but her husband, Harold, never. The old lady was eighty today. She had put on her best dress. Perhaps — perhaps Myra might come. After all, eighty was a(n) present. The old lady was She wou ld enjoy her day! Now, she stood by the window, Her heart beat 41 . The postman turned round the corner on his bicycle. 38 36 birthday. 37 39 Myra did not come, she would send a her cheeks. She was 40 like a child.
that. The colour
42 . Johnnie had seen him too and ran to the gate. Then Johnnie knocked at her
door. He had got her post — four envelopes. Three were unclosed cards from old friends. The fourth was closed, in Myra?s writing. The old lady felt a sharp pain of 43 . There was no parcel for her!
Maybe the parcel was too large to come by letter post. That was it. It would come later by parcel post. She said to herself. She should be 44 .
she tore the envelope open.
in the card was a piece of paper. Written
on the card was a message under the printed Happy Birthday — Buy yourself something nice with the 47 , Myra and Harold. The cheque moved quickly to and fro (来回地) in the air to the floor like a bird with a broken wing. Slowly the old lady With 50 fingers she tore it into little bits. B. policeman B. brought up B. mightn?t B. always B. unfortunately C. postman C. glanced through C. wouldn?t C. almost C. unforgettably D. neighbor D. set down D. needn?t D. seldom D. 48 to pick it up. Her present! Her 49 present!
31. A. milkman 32. A. took away 33. A. mustn?t 34. A. regularly 35. A. unconsciously unco mfortably 36. A. suitable 37. A. Even if 38. A. anxious about 39. A. sharpened 40. A. excited 41. A. thinking 42. A. steadily 43. A. embarrassment 44. A. patient 45. A. immediately unwillingly 46. A. Tied 47. A. card 48. A. bent 49. A. painful 50. A. moving
B. actual B. So that B. annoyed at B. weakened B. alarmed B. imagining B. wildly B. loneliness B. nervous B. ambitiously
C. special C. In case C. addicted to C. widened C. aroused C. welcoming C. eventually C. disappointment C. desperate C. angrily
D. beneficial D. Now that D. sure of D. brightened D. satisfied D. watching D. randomly D. annoyance D. mild D.
B. Folded B. bonus B. desired B. sad B. trembling
C. Made C. cheque C. failed C. expensive C. reacting
D. Attached D. cash D. forgot D. lovely D. freezing
第三部分：阅读理解（共 20 小题；每小题 2 分, 满分 40 分） 阅读下列短文，从每篇短文后各题所给的四个选项（A、B、C 和 D）中，选出最佳选 项，并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 A There is an old joke about quitting smoking. “Quitting is easy. I did it several times!” There is, in reality, some truth to it. Statistics show that most smokers quit several times before they quit forever. Don?t give up, and keep trying! I too, tried to quit several times. Every smoker knows the health risks of smoking, but we still do it. I smoked for about two dozen years, a pack a day. To give up smoking, I tried the gum, chocolate, etc. in the past. I did have some success, though. Then some stress would hit me at my
job or family and I would start smoking again. One day, I got fired because I was caught smoking on duty. I took my things home, and smoked a whole pack in a few hours. Then I couldn?t afford a pack anymore! This time, I made up my mind to quit forever. A strong desire for cigarettes began in a few hours. I felt sick and anxious. Fortunately, those feelings were not new to me. From my previous quitting attempts, I guess I got things “immunized (免疫的)” to those. I held on. I kept some things in my mouth and hands when I got restless. Gum, pens, guitar, whatever. When things got really bad, I used to run into a movie theater and watch movies. Luckily, I am a movie fan. Watching movies took my mind off cigarettes for a while. I used to go to any public place where cigarettes are banned. I kept a few cigarette substitutes (代替 者) for some weak moments. This is what worked for me. Distraction! I used to distract myself with something else, anything that would take my mind off smoking. It has been almost a year since I quit. Now, I have found another job. My cough has improved a lot and I can breathe better. I am healthier, look younger, and seem more energetic. I don?t think I can go back to smoking ever. Strangely enough, the smell of smoke makes me sick now. Strange, but true! My message is — you can quit smoking. Do not give up if you have failed a few times. Distract yourself. It will work. The longer you smoke, obviously, the harder it will be to quit. But you can make it. I did it. So can you. 51. How long is it since the writer quit smoking? A. About 12 years. C. About 1 year. 52. What does the underlined word “distract” mean? A. To draw attention away from. C. To take the place of. 53. We can infer that ______________________. A. the wri ter used to be very handsome B. the writer doesn?t go to the movies any longer C. the writer used to cough badly D. the writer used to be very fit 54. According to the writer, what counts when we want to quit smoking? A. Stress (免疫) B. Distraction C. Confidence D. Immunization B. To focus your attention on. D. To catch sight of. B. About 24 years. D. About 25 years.
B It?s really true what people say about English politeness: it?s everywhere. When squeezing past someone in a narrow passage, people say “sorry”. When getting off a bus, English passengers rather than the driver say “thank you”. In Germany, people would never dream of doing these things. After all, squeezing past others is sometimes unavoidable, and the bus driver is only doing
his job. I used to think the same way, without questioning it, until I started traveling to the Brit ish Isles and came to appreciate some more polite ways of interacting (交往) with people. People thank each other everywhere in England, all the time. When people buy something in a shop, customer and shop assistant in most cases thank each other twice or more. In Germany, it would be exceptional (罕见的) to hear more than one “thank you” in such a conversation. British students thank their lecturers when leaving the room. English employers thank their employees for doing their jobs, as opposite to Germans, who would normally think that paying their workers money is already enough. Another thing I observed during my stay was that English people rarely criticize others. Even when I was working and mistakes were pointed out to me, my employers stressed them several times but none of their explanations were intended as criticism. It has been my impression that by avoiding criticism, English people are making an effort to make others feel comfortable. This is also showed in other ways. British men still open doors for women, and British men are more likely to treat women to a meal than German men. However, I do need to point out here that this applies to English men a bit more than it would to Scottish men! Yes, the latter are a bit mean. 55. What is the author?s attitude towards English politeness? A. He thinks it is not sincere. C. He appreciates it. A. They always say “thank you” to each other. B. A customer never says “thank you” to a shop assistant. C. It?s always a shop assistant who says “thank you”. D. They may say “thank you” only once. 57. We can learn from the last paragraph that Scottish men __________. A. are more likely to be involved in a fighting B. are more polite than English men C. are not so willing to spend money on women D. treat women in a polite way 58. The author develops the text through the method of ____________. A. giving reasons C. giving comments B. telling stories D. making comparisons (对比) B. He gives no personal opinion. D. He thinks it goes too far.
56. What can we learn about customers and shop assistants in Germany?
C Let?s face it. No one drinks diet soda for the taste. People drink diet soda in the hope that it will help them lose weight or at least keep them from gaining it. Yet it seems to have exactly the opposite effect, according to a new study. Researchers from the University of Texas said those who drank two or more diet sodas a day
had waist size increases that were six times greater than those who didn?t drink diet soda. “What we saw was that the more diet sodas a person drank, the more weight they were lik ely to gain,” said Sharon Fowler. The study was based on data from 474 participants in a large, continuing research project, where the participants were followed for nearly l0 years. While the findings are surprising, they also offer some explanations. Nutrition expert, Melanie Rogers, who works with overweight patients in New York, has found that when patients are switched from regular to diet soda, they don?t lose weight at all. “We weren?t seeing weight loss necessarily, and that was confusing to us,” said Rogers. So why would diet soda cause weight gain? No one knows for sure yet, but it could be that people think they can eat more if they drink diet soda, and so over-compensate (过度补偿) for the missing calories. A related study found some sweeteners (甜味剂) raised blood sugar levels in some mice. “Data from this and other potential studies suggest that the promotion (推广) of diet sodas and artificial sweeteners may be risky,” said Helen P. Hazuda, professor at the University of Texas?s school of medicine. “They may be free of calories, but not of consequences.” 59. People drink diet soda to _____________. A. enjoy its taste C. gain more energy B. stay in fashion D. achieve weight loss
60. The new study suggests that drinking diet soda _________________. A. makes people much thinner C. causes people to become heavier B. helps people to be healthier D. offers people more calories
61. We can learn from the passage that ____________________. A. regular soda makes people lose more weight B. diet soda does help reduce calories C. diet soda drinkers tend to eat more food D. most blood diseases come from diet soda 62. The underlined word “They” in the last paragraph probably refers to ___________. A. sweeteners C. sodas B. diet sodas and artificial sweeteners D. diet soda drinkers and sweetener takers
D Parents are creating an “I want it now?? generation by satisfying children?s every demand at Christmas, say experts. Youngsters in Britain are becoming increasingly selfish, state the education analysts. Nowadays children are forcing their families into racking up huge debts and risk becoming spoilt and dissatisfied in the future. Behavioral consultant (顾问) Chris Calland said, “Parents are desperate to make Christmas
into a magical fairytale for their kids.” “There?s nothing wrong with that as such. The problem arises when it means always giving in to all our children?s demands even if they are beyond our price range or not age-appropriate.” Ms. Calland, who runs “Santa Says No” style sessions with colleague Nicky Hutchinson, added, “Many of us go into so much debt providing the gifts our children want that we spend the rest of the year paying off the bills.” “Yet so often the parcels we?ve carefully wrapped (包装), once opened，are just pushed away because the very thing our little boy or girl was once so desperate for, they have now lost interest in”. Ms. Calland and Ms Hutchinson have drawn up a list of guidelines to help parents manage their children?s Christmas lists this year. They say that adults can actually improve their relationships with their children by resisting “pester (纠缠) power”. Ms. Calland said, ??All too often we say ?yes? because we want an easier life when the fact is that we?re only building up problems for the future. We are helping create a generation of youngsters who are blind to the needs of others and the necessity of hard work.” “Children learn fast — if we sometimes change our mind, they quickly realize it might be worth lying on the floor and screaming for it. Make sure you and your partner are working together on this. Be consistent. And try not to get caught up in competition with other families or friends.” 63. What is the main problem with the “I want it now” generation? A. They can?t keep their interest in gifts. C. They waste a lot of money on gifts. B. They like to live in fairy tales. D. They are quite self-centered.
64. What is probably the aim of “ Santa Says No” style sessions? A. To advise on how to wrap gifts properly. B. To keep children?s interest in the gifts. C. To tell parents how to say no to children?s demands. D. To advise parents on what gifts to buy for children. 65. According to the passage, we can infer that Ms. Calland intends to A. analyze children?s generation C. introduce a new generation
B. give advice to parents D. give her support to parents
66. Ms. Calland would agree that parents should A. buy nothing for children at Christmas children C. avoid competing with others gifts
. B. choose gifts carefully for
D. let children choose their own
E International experts meeting in Australia say global carbon emissions (排放) can be reduced
by more than 50 percent through simple energy saving measures. People at a conference in Australia, which increasingly relies on coal for power, say that reducing power consumption is an affordable way to both cut energy costs and reduce pollution. While many nations turn to cheap and dirty energy sources, such as coal, to meet their increasing energy needs, analysts in Australia say the best way to meet those needs is to improve energy efficiency. A range of simple solutions include using energy-efficient homes, household appliances and lighting, and driving electric cars. Encouraging homeowners and office workers to sw itch off their televisions and computers at the end of the day is also seen as an effective way to save electricity. Grayson Heffner, from the Paris-based International Energy Agency, says reducing consumption could greatly cut global carbon emissions. He calls efficiency strategies (策略) the “soft giant” of clean energy. “We forecast that energy efficiency will deliver something like three-quarters of the greenhouse gas emissions reductions over the next 20 years. So in the short term energy efficiency is the main way that we reduce greenhouse gas emissions but oftentimes it is not so importantly stressed in the discussions,” said Heffner. Energy experts working in China say the government is making significant cuts in power usage. Wan Xingwang, a Beijing-based representative of the Energy Foundation, a U.S. non-government organization, says the results have been impressive. “In the past five years China achieved about 19.1 percent of energy reduction of its GDP. That translates to something like more than 600 million tons of coal savings,” said Wan Xingwang. While most nations have some sort of government-sponsored energy efficiency programs, energy analysts say initiatives (主动性) by individuals and companies can also help cut demand. Steven Nadel, executive director of the American Council for an Energy Efficient Economy, a non-profit group based in Washington, says other developing nations are recognizing the benefits of cutting power consumption and taking action. 67. To increase their energy supplies, many nations _____________________. A. turn to new energy C. develop solar energy B. turn to cheap energy D. introduce clean energy
68. Which of the following cannot help to reduce energy consumption effectively? A. Using electronic products in small size. B. Using more electric cars. C. Turning off computers after work. D. Building energy-effi cient houses. 69. What can we learn from what Grayson Heffner said? A. 75% of the greenhouse gas emissions can easily be cut in the next 20 years.
B. Ways to reduce greenhouse gas emissions should be discussed. C. Using clean energy is the strategy to cut global carbon emissions. D. The key to reducing greenhouse gases in the short term is to improve energy efficiency. 70. According to the last two paragraphs, which of the following statements is true? A. The programs reducing energy consumption shouldn?t be sponsored by individuals and companies. B. All nations have government-sponsored energy efficiency programs. C. It is time that all nations should combine their efforts to save energy. D. Some developing nations are taking action to cut power consumption.
第四部分：书面表达 (共两节，满分 50 分) 第一节：完成句子（共 10 小题；每小题 2 分，满分 20 分） 阅读下列各小题，根据汉语提示，用句末括号内的英语单词完成句子，并将答案写在答 题卡上。
71. We ___________________________ of consumer attitudes towards organic food. (conduct) 我们在进行一项关于顾客对有机食品态度的调查。 72. I have a very busy life with no time to sit around __________________________. (sorry) 我的生活很充实，没有时间闲坐着顾影自怜。 73. ___________________ was that he had received no apology for what happened yesterday. (annoy) 令他恼怒的是他还没有因昨天发生的事情而收到任何道歉。 74. Who _____________________ went to the concert with you last night? (it) 昨晚究竟是谁跟你一起去听音乐会的？ 75. So quickly ___________________________ her new surroundings that everyone was amazed. (adapt) 她如此快地适应了新环境以至于每一个人都很惊讶。 76. There are training programmes designed for disabled people
___________________________ mainstream activities. (access) 有专门为无法参加主流活动的残疾人设计的培训方案。 77. We should accept the disabled people for who they are and give them encouragement to live ______________________ as we do. (as) 我们应该接受残疾人，给予他们鼓励，让他们能像我们一样过着丰富多彩、充实美满的 生活。 78. The earthquake that happened in Ya?an, Sichuan last week is reported
____________________ the death of nearly 200 people. (result) 据报道，上周发生在四川雅安的地震已导致接近两百人丧生。 79. If his plan ____________________________ at the meeting yesterday, he wouldn?t be so
discouraged now. (meet) 如果昨天他的计划在会议上获得了赞同，他现在就不会这么沮丧了。
80. John found ___________________________ going to bed late, for it was harmful to his health. (cut) 约翰发现有必要改掉晚睡的习惯，因为这对他的身体有害。 第二节：短文写作（共 1 题；满分 30 分） 请根据以下提示，并结合事例，用英语写一篇短文。 Yesterday is a history, tomorrow is a mystery, but today is a gift. That?s why it is called the present. 注意：1. 无须写标题，不得照抄英语提示语； 2. 除诗歌外，文体不限； 3. 文中不得透露个人姓名和学校名称； 4. 词数为 120 左右。
(Text l) M: T om?s taking my mum and me to Scotland next weekend. W: That?s a long way. Are you going by car or by train? M: Neither. We’re going by plane. He?s treating us! (Text 2) W: I?m quite hungry. Do you have any cookies? M: I?m not sure. Um, no, there are no cookies and there aren?t any cakes but there are some cheese sandwiches. (Text 3) M: Did you see the diamond ring Bill gave to Linda? W: I sure did. It must have cost him an arm and a leg. (Text 4) W: Grandpa, I think I?d better stay home today. M: You?re not sick, are you? Did you see a doctor? W: No, it’s this snowstorm. I just don’t want to go out and get stuck in the snow. (Text 5) M: Stop! Stop! You?re giving me too much. W: I want you to have more. Here, take another ten dollars. M: You?re too generous. And I?m so selfish. I want more. W: You have good characteristics, too. You’re honest. (Text 6) M: Are you being served? W: No, I want a silk dress. Could you show me some? M: Sure. What colour do you prefer? W: Well, I?m not good at that. What do you think? M: I think light blue matches the colour of your skin. Would you like to try on this one? W: Yes. Mmm ... It looks fine. But I?m afraid a light colour doesn?t fit my age. M: I don?t think so. Actually you look younger in this dress. This colour is in fashion this year. W: It is nice. OK, I?ll take this one. (Text7) M: What is your greatest strength? W: I think I’m very good at planning. I manage my time perfectly so that I can always get things done on time. M: Why do you think you?d be a good fit for this job? W: Because I?m very skilled in this area. M: Can you work under pressure? W: Yes. I work well under pressure. M: Are you more of a follower or a leader? W: I don?t try to go ahead of people and lead them. I?d rather cooperate with everybody else, and get the job done by working together. (Text 8)
W: Hello, Jack. You want to go to the sports centre one day a week, don?t you? Well, I?ve got some information. On Monday there?s golf. M: Mmm. I prefer volleyball. Also, Monday?s a bad day for me. Tuesday?s better. Is there volleyball then? W: It?s basketball, but you like that, don?t you? M: Quite. What can we do on Wednesday? W: Let?s see. It was badminton, but not enough people wanted to do it so it’s swimming now. That?s no good fo r me because I hate water. M: And I go swimming at school every Monday. Is there anything outside? W: On Thursday. There?s football. But look, Friday is good. M: Why? W: You say you like volleyball. Well, that’s at the sports centre then. M: Great. W: There is tennis on Saturday. That’s outside and you like it better than football, don’t you? M: Yes, but I like volleyball best. (Text 9) W: Good morning, what?s the problem? M: I feel terrible. I feel tired all the time… and I have a headache. W: How long have you felt like this? M: Oh ... for a few weeks, now. W: Do you do much exercise? Sports? Cycling? Swimming? Nothing? M: Er …I walk to school. That?s about it. W: What about sleeping? Do you sleep well? M: No, not really. I wake up in the night a lot. W: Why do you often wake up? M: Well, I worry about my school work. I?m getting behind and I can?t seem to catch up. W: Oh dear. What time do you usually go to bed? M: About midnight during the week ... and later on the weekends. W: I see. And do you drink anything before you go to bed? M: I have a cup of coffee, yes. And I?m always hungry in the evening. I usually have something to eat before I go to bed. (Text 10) W: I remember very clearly how I met my boyfriend. I was about nineteen and worked in a shop. When someone asked for a sandwich, I had to cut up the bread with a big knife and make the sandwich. One day, a really good-looking guy came in and I thought, “Oh, he?s lovely!” And, well, I felt a bit nervous and he asked for a cheese sandwich. So I cut up the bread very quickly, made the sandwich, and gave it to this young man with a big smile on my face. And he looked at the sandwich and went “Argh!” And when I saw the sandwich was all red. It was covered in blood. I’d cut my hand making the sandwich. And well, there was a silence, and then everyone laughed, and I felt so stupid. But anyway, when the shop closed at six o?clock, he came back and asked me out for pizza, and we started going out! 1-5 ACBBA 21-25 BDDAC 31-35 CBCDB 51-54 CACB 6-10 ACCAB 26-30 BCBCD 36-40 CADDA 55-58 CDCD 11-15 CBBAC 41-45 DBCAD 59-62 DCCB 16-20 BCBAC 46-50 BCADB 63-66 DCBC
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