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浙江省效实中学10-11学年高一下学期期末考试英语试题


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宁波效实中学





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高一英语期末试卷

(2011/7/1)
(答案请做在答题卷上) I. 听力 (共两节,每小题 0.5 分,满分 10 分) 第一节 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. Where does the conversation probably take place? A.In a factory B. In a hospital C. In the man?s home 2. When did the man visit the Yellow Stone Park? A. This year B. Last year C. The year before last 3. What is the probable relationship between the two speakers? A. Boss and secretary B. Teacher and student C. Husband and wife 4. What do we know about the woman? A. She missed Jane?s birthday party. B. She hasn?t received Jane?s invitation. C. She will attend Jane?s birthday party. 5. Where is Mr. Baker now? A. At his office B. At a restaurant C. At the Travel Service 第二节 听下面 5 段对话或独白。每段对话或独白有几个小题,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。听每段对话或独白前,你将有时间阅读各个小 题,每小题 5 秒钟;听完后,各小题将给出 5 秒钟的作答时间。每段对话或独白读两遍。 听下面一段对话,回答第 6 至第 8 三个小题 6. Where does the conversation probably take place? A. In a shop B. In a bank C. In a factory 7. How much will the woman pay ? A. $ 59 B. $ 62 C. $ 65 8. When will the woman probably come again? A. Next Tuesday B. Next Thursday C. Next Saturday 听下面一段对话,回答第 9 至第 11 三个小题 9. What season is it now? A. Spring B. Summer C. Winter 10. Why should the man have bought an air-conditioner earlier? A. The price is going up now B. It?s hard to buy one now C. It?s not hot any more 11. What has the press been talking about? A. El Nino B. Air-conditioner C. The temperature 听下面一段对话,回答第 12 至第 14 三个小题 12. Why did the girl borrow some money from her father? A. To see a film B. To watch a play C. To go to a concert 13. How much money did the girl need?
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A. $ 18 B. $ 36 C. $ 44 14.How many children want to go to the concert? A. One B. Two C. Three 听下面一段对话,回答第 15 至第 17 三个小题 15. What was the purpose of Mrs. Whinfield?s visits to Kew Gardens? A. To learn more about plants B. To write an article on garden C. To meet the writers she read 16. Where did Mrs. Whinfield live before she moved to her present home? A. West London B. Somerset C. Dorset 17. What is the probable relationship between the two speakers? A. Tourist and gardener B. Newspaper reporter and garden owner C. College professor and biology student 听下面一段对话,回答第 18 至第 20 三个小题 18. Where is the speaker now? A. In the TV station B. In the building on fire C. In front of the building on fire 19.Why did Susan O? Connor crying? A. Her house was destroyed by the fire B. Her baby was in the burning house C. Her dog was killed by the fire 20. What do we know about the dog? A. He saved the baby B. He was burnt to death C. He was saved by the woman II. 单项选择(共 22 小题;每小题 0.5 分,满分 11 分) 21. First impressions are the most lasting. After all, you never get ______second chance to make ______ first impression. A. a; the B. the; the C. a; a D. the; a 22. The shooting centre is about 50 kilometers ______Beijing. A. south of B. in south of C. the south of D. southern of 23. It?s based on the idea ______ all people are created equal, ______ is accepted by most people. A. that; that B. which; which C. which; when D. that; which 24. The meal over, the managers went back to the meeting room to ______their discussion. A. put away B. take down C. carry on D. look over 25. After several years? research,we now have a ______better understanding of the disease. A. very B. far C. fairly D. quite 26. We had wanted to finish our task by noon,but it didn?t quite ______ as planned. A. find out B. give out C. hand out D. work out 27. ______, the pay isn?t attractive enough, though the job itself is quite interesting. A. To be honest B. In general C. On the contrary D. In total 28. On hearing the news that his father had returned from abroad, Jack got up quickly, ______ the breakfast ______. A. left; unfinishing B. leaving; unfinished C. left; unfinished D. leaving; unfinishing 29. She was ______ by the heat and fell to the ground, unconscious.
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A. astonished B. depressed C. overcome D. hit 30. —Do you mind if I keep pets in this building? — ______. A. I?d rather you didn?t, actually. B. Of course not. It?s not allowed here. C. Great! I love pets. D. No, you can?t. 31. Sorry, I?m late, but you cannot imagine______ great trouble I had trying to find your house. A. how B. however C. whatever D. what 32. If you have a job, ______ yourself to it and finally you'll succeed. A. do devote B. don't devote C. devoting D. not devoting 33. The traffic rules say young children under the age of four and ______ less than 40 pounds must be in a child safety seat. A. being weighed B. to weigh C. weighed D. weighing 34. He suddenly saw Clara _____ the room. He pushed his way _____ the crowd of people to get to her. A. across ; across B. across ; through C. over; into D. over; through 35. The teacher together with the students ______discussing Reading Skills that ______ newly published in America. A. are; were B. is; were C. are; was D. is; was 36. It is ______the trouble to explain a job fully to new employees. A. worthwhile taking B. worthy taking C. worthy of take D. worth to take 37. The first use of atomic weapons was in 1945 and their power ______ increased enormously ever since. A. is B. was C. has been D. had been 38. Studies show that people are more ______ to suffer from back problems if they always sit before computer screens for long hours. A. likely B. possible C. probable D. sure 39. Progress so far has been very good. ______, we are sure that the project will be completed on time. A. Therefore B. Otherwise C. However D. Besides 40. Only by shouting at the top of his voice______. A. he was able to make himself hear B. he was able to make himself heard C. was he able to make himself hear D. was he able to make himself heard 41. Tom apologized for______ to inform us of the change in the working plan. A. his not being able B. him not to be able C. his being not able D. him to be not able 42. ______ has finished the work ahead of time will be rewarded though we don?t know______ it will be. A. Who; who B. Whoever; whoever C. Who; whoever D. Whoever; who III. 完形填空 (共 20 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 20 分) Early in the morning, I was taken in a nylon bag into a truck. I felt terrible as well as 43 . What would she do with me? She was almost mad after the 44 of her husband. A few minutes later, I heard the truck 45 its engine and move fast. I kept making sounds to show my complaints, but failed to make any 46 . Finally she put me down in a 47 place. Maybe she didn?t want me to die from lack of air; she untied the bag. I 48 out and looked up, only to see many strange faces and fingers pointing at me. It turned out that my owner meant to 49 me away. I saw my owner on the truck, which was going farther and farther away. So I turned my head 50 the direction of the truck. The days we spent together
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were like a movie playing in front of my eyes as I ran after the truck. I saw my male owner, who suffered liver cancer, looked at me with his sad eyes. I saw myself 51 my owner everywhere; I saw him lie in his dying bed, she all 52 . I ran as fast as I could. And the 53 I saw her wave to me, my eyes became wet. I wouldn?t blame (责备) her for treating me like this for she was such a(n) 54 lady. She seemed even somewhat 55 at his leaving her alone, trying many ways to 56 the pains of losing him. She 57 his pictures and clothes. She redecorated the whole house. Now I was the only 58 thing to remind her of him. 59 later, I am pretty sure that she would realize how mad she was to do this. . . The truck finally stopped when I was almost 60 . She ran up to me and hugged me 61 . I heard her 62 , “I know you are a present he left to me. ” 43. A. frightened B. excited C. entertained D. puzzled 44. A. death B. absence C. separation D. missing 45. A. run B. drive C. start D. operate 46. A. sense B. difference C. effort D. trouble 47. A. usual B. dark C. beautiful D. strange 48. A. dashed B. walked C. struggled D. rushed 49. A. throw B. give C. take D. keep 50. A. into B. at C. in D. to 51. A. guide B. follow C. support D. bring 52. A. in peace B. in silence C. out of breath D. in tears 53. A. time B. way C. direction D. moment 54. A. cruel B. unfortunate C. unfair D. unfriendly 55. A. confused B. sad C. angry D. calm 56. A. prevent B. remove C. bear D. kill 57. A. burned B. kept C. sold D. hid 58. A. walking B. moving C. existing D. inspiring 59. A. But B. And C. So D. Then 60. A. made out B. knocked out C. left out D. worn out 61. A. firmly B. patiently C. disappointedly D. sadly 62. A. shout B. whisper C. speak D. talk

IV. 阅读理解 (共 16 小题;每小题 1.5 分,满分 24 分) A Each Indian was supposed to keep his birth name until he was old enough to earn one for himself. But his playmates would always give him a name of their own. No matter what his parents called him, his childhood friends would use the name they had chosen. Often it was not pleasing, such as Bow Legs or Bad Boy. But sometimes a name fit so well that the youngster found it difficult to shake it off. If he could not earn a better one from a war later, he could be stuck with a name like Bow Legs for the rest of his life. The Indian earned his real name when he was old enough for his first fight against the enemy. His life name depended on how he acted during this first battle.When he returned from the war, the whole tribe(部落)would gather and observe the ceremony in which he would be given his
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name by the chief. If he had done well, he would get a good name. Otherwise he might be called Crazy Wolf or Man-Afraid-Of-a-Horse. So an Indian?s name told his record or described the kind of man he was. A man was given many chances to improve his name, however. If in a later battle he was brave in fighting against the enemy, he was given a better name. Some of our great fighters had as many as twelve names—all good and each better than the last. An Indian?s names belonged to him for the rest of his life. No one else could use them. Even he himself could not give them away because names were assigned by the tribe, not the family. So no man could pass on his name unless the chief and the tribe asked him to do so. Sometimes an Indian would be asked to give his name to a son who had performed a noticeable deed. I know of only three or four times when this happened.It is the rarest honor for a person—the honor of assuming(承担)his father?s name. 63. An Indian could be given the second name by_______. A. his father B. the enemy C. the chief of the tribe D. his childhood friends 64. The greatest honor an Indian could earn was______. A. a victory in his first battle against the enemy B. a name given by the chief C. a ceremony to get his real name D. the right to use his father?s name 65. If an Indian had more than ten names, it meant that______. A. many people in the tribe liked him B. he was a great fighter C. he had a lot of friends D. he had fought in fewer than ten battles 66. Which of the following statements is NOT true according to the passage? A. The names given by the playmates of an Indian were usually not pleasant B. The life name of an Indian was earned in battles C. An Indian could throw away his birth name when he was old enough to earn one for himself. D. The Indians themselves were not allowed to give their names away. B The gray-haired lady can't wait to leave the building to search for her dad. Unless watched, she will walk in the streets in an effort to find her father, who died 30years ago. Not all cases of Alzheimer's disease look like this, but Alzheimer?s is a serious disease that is said to be the fourth or fifth leading cause of death for people over age 75. It is said that about three percent of the U.S. population over age 65 have Alzheimer's .In the early stages, people may exhibit short term memory loss. Some may experience changes in personality, easy to be angry. As the disease progresses, patients might lose the ability to move and may be unable to speak or move at all. This progressive disease generally lasts 8 to 10 years before death occurs. While no one is certain what causes these changes in the brain's nerve fibers(神经纤维), their effect is certain. Alzheimer's destroys not only the patients, but also spouses(配偶), friends and families. What should you do if you notice progressive memory loss in yourself or a loved one? Have the person examined by a doctor who is a specialist in the treatment of Alzheimer's disease? Though many reasons other than Alzheimer's disease may cause memory loss, its early diagnosis(诊断)and treatment may delay some of the most serious effects.
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What feeling will you likely experience should a loved one suffer from Alzheimer's disease? A person will often go through the various stages of sadness, shock, anger, and so. If the spouse develops the disease, you may experience hurt and disappointment when he or she doesn't remember you are married. Life for the Alzheimer's patients and their loved ones will never be the same as the disease progresses, bringing a deep sorrow, loss and even anger towards God. No matter what feelings are present, facing them honestly will serve one better than burying them. 67. What can be inferred from the passage about the gray-haired lady? A. She has been living with her father. B. She was sad about the death of her father. C. She can't search for her father without being watched. D. She suffers from Alzheimer's disease. 68. When people suffer from Alzheimer's disease, ________. A. their families and friends will suffer from the same disease B. their families and friends will experience mental sufferings C. they will certainly die in 8 to 10 years D. they will forget everybody but their spouses 69. Memory loss occurs ________. A. from Alzheimer's disease and nothing else B. from sadness, shock, anger, and so on C. for a number of reasons D. with changes in personality 70. From the passage we know that__________. A. early treatment may stop Alzheimer's disease occurring B. it is still unknown what causes the changes in the brain's nerve fibers C. nerve fibers in the brain will cause Alzheimer's disease D. when one suffers from Alzheimer's disease, he will be buried

C Students and Technology in the Classroom I love my blackberry(黑莓手机)—it?s my little connection to the larger world that can go anywhere with me. I also love my laptop computer, as it holds all of my writing and thoughts. Despite this love of technology, I know that there are times when I need to move away from these devices(设备) and truly communicate with others. On one occasion, I teach a course called History Matters for a group of higher education managers. My goals for the class include a full discussion of historical themes and ideas. Because I want students to thoroughly study the material and exchange their ideas with each other in the classroom, I have a rule —no laptops, IPads, phones, etc. When students were told my rule in advance of the class, some of them were not happy. Most students think that my reasons for this rule include unpleasant experiences in the past with students misusing technology. There?s a bit of truth to that. Some students think that I am anti-technology. There?s no truth in that at all. I love technology and try to keep up with it so I can relate to my students.
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The real reason why I ask students to leave technology at the door is that I think there are very few places in which we can have deep conversations and engage complex ideas. Interruptions by technology often break concentration(专心) and allow for too much dependence on outside information for ideas. I want students to dig deep within themselves for inspiration and ideas. I want them to push each other to think differently and make connections between the course material and the class discussion. I?ve been teaching my history class in this way for many years and the evaluations reflect student satisfaction with the environment that I create. Students realize that with deep conversation and challenge, they learn at a level that helps them keep the course material beyond the classroom. I?m not saying that I won?t ever change my mind about technology use in my history class, but until I hear a really good reason for the change, I?m sticking to my plan. A few hours of technology-free dialogue is just too sweet to give up. 71. Some of the students in the history class were unhappy with_______. A. the course material B. others? misuse of technology C. discussion topics D. the author?s class rules 72. The underlined word “engage ”in para.4 probably means _______. A. explore B. accept C. change D. refuse 73. According to the author, the use of technology in the classroom may _______. A. keep students from doing independent thinking B. encourage students to have deep conversations C. help students to better understand difficult themes D. affect students? concentration on the teacher's ideas 74. It can be inferred from the last paragraph that the author _______. A. is quite stubborn in teaching B. will give up teaching history C. will change his teaching plan soon D. values technology-free dialogues in his class D It came as something of a surprise when Diana, Princess of Wales, made a trip to Angola in 1997, to support the Red Cross?s campaign for a total ban(禁令)on all anti-personnel landmines. Within hours of arriving in Angola television screens around the world were filled with images of her comforting victims injured in explosions caused by landmines. “I knew the statistics,” she said, “But putting a face to those figures brought the reality home to me; like when I met Sandra, a 13-year-old girl who had lost her leg, and people like her.” The Princess concluded with a simple message: “We must stop landmines”. And she used every opportunity during her visit to repeat this message. But, back in London, her views were not shared by some members of the British government, which refused to support a ban on these weapons. Angry politicians launched an attack on the Princess in the press. They described her as “very ill-informed” and a “loose cannon (乱放炮的 人).” The Princess responded by brushing aside the criticisms: “This is a distraction we do not need. All I?m trying to do is help.” Opposition parties, the media and the public immediately voiced their support for the Princess. To make matters worse for the government, it soon turned out that the Princess?s trip had
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been approved (agreed) by the Foreign Office, and that she was in fact very well-informed about both the situation in Angola and the British government?s policy regarding landmines. The result was a huge embarrassmentfor the government. To try and limit the damage, the Foreign Secretary, Malcolm Rifkind, said that the Princess?s views on landmines were not very different from the government policy, and that it was “working towards” a worldwide ban. The Defence Secretary, Michael Portillo, claimed the matter was “a misinterpretation or misunderstanding”. For the Princess, the trip to this war-torn country was an excellent opportunity to use her popularity to show the world how much destruction and suffering landmines can cause. She said that the experience had also given her the chance to get closer to people and their problems. 75. Princess Diana paid a visit to Angola in 1997______. A. to voice her support for a total ban of landmines. B. to make the British government?s stand on landmines known to public. C. to research into the sufferings of landmine victims. D. to make friends with the landmine victims. 76. What did Diana mean when she said“…putting a face to those figures brought the reality home to me” (Para.1)? A. She just couldn?t bear to meet the landmine victims face to face. B. The actual situation in Angola made her feel like going back home. C. Meeting the landmine victims in person made her believe the statistics. D. Seeing the pain of the victims made her realize the seriousness of the situation. 77. Some members of the British government criticized Diana because______. A. she misunderstood the government?s policy. B. they believed that she did not fully understand the situation in Angola. C. she had not consulted the government before the visit. D. they were actually against banning landmines. 78. What did Princess Diana think of her visit to Angola? A. It had done damage to the British government. B. It had brought her closer to the ordinary people. C. It had made her more popular with common people. D. It had affected her relations with the British government. V. 单词拼写(共 10 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 10 分) 1. I am t___________ grateful for all your help. 2. The machine will not f____________ properly if it is not kept well-oiled. 3. She was b_____________ with the lecture and went out halfway. 4. It was the c______________ in my life where I had to decide whether to continue studying abroad or to return home. 5. All the a_____________ to the airport were blocked by the police, so it should be very difficult for the criminal(罪犯)to escape. 6. We are hoping to expand our business throughout the world, Europe in p______________. 7. The disease prevents the blood from c_______________ freely. 8.The book i___________ for children is also popular with adults. 9. Getting off the car, the film star found himself s__________________ by an admiring crowd. 10. The a__________ often burst into laughter when watching Zhao Benshan?s performance.
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VI. 短文改错 (共 10 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 10 分) 下面短文中有 10 处语言错误。请在有错误的地方增加、删除或修改某个单词。 增加:在缺词处加一个漏词符号(∧ ,并在其下面写上该加的词。 ) 删除:把多余的词用斜线(\)划掉。 修改:在错的词下划一横线,并在该词下面写上修改后的词。 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 11 处起)不计分。 With people?s life improving, more and more rubbish are produced, which causes many problems. For example, air becomes pollute and water is too dirty for fish to live in. As a result of, when people breathe air of poor quality, you will fall ill. Also, when used plastic bags are thrown into a field, the crops cannot grow as good as expected. Though many laws have been made to keep the situation becoming worse, there is still much work for us to do, specially in the countryside, where rubbish can be found everywhere. In addition, an increased number of mosquitoes have appeared there in recent years. It is not until all people realized the importance of environmental protection when the situation can be improved. VII.书面表达: (满分 15 分) 假如你叫李华,是宁波市某中学学生。最近你校在为一批来自英国的学生征询住宿家庭, 你有意申请。请根据下表提供的信息用英语给校长写封信,说明你的理由。? 申请理由: ? 1.住房条件:宽敞、整洁、小区环境优美。? 2.语言优势: 本人擅长英语,父母都是英语教授,不会有交流困难。? 3.接待经验:上个月刚刚接待过两名新加坡(Singapore)学生? 4.游览安排:陪同参观宁波的名胜古迹? 5.其他:……(内容自己添加)? 注意:? 1.文章必须包括所有要点。? 2.词数:120左右。信的开头与结尾已为你写好,不计入总词数。 sir,? I?m writing to request a valuable chance to be one of the host families of the British students.

2010 学年第二学期高一英语期末考试答案
2011.7.1 参考答案: 1.听力 1-20:BACCB ACCBB ACBCA ABCBA 2.单选 21-42:AADCB DABCA DADBD ACAAD AD 3.完形 43-62:DACBD CACBD DBCBA CADAB 4.阅读:(A)63-66 DDBC (B)67-70 DBCB (C)71-74 DAAD (D)75-78 ADDB 5.单词: truly, function, bored, crossroads, approaches, particular, circulating, intended , surrounded, audience 6.改错: 1.are—is 2.pollute ---polluted 3.of 去掉 4.you --- they 5. good—well 6. 加 from 或 keep---prevent/stop 7. specially ---especially 8. increased—increasing 9. realized----- realize 10. when--- that 7. 参考范文 sir,?
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I?m writing to request a valuable chance to be one of the host families of the British students. We have a large and clean house, which lies in a beautiful district of the city. What's more, I?m good at English and my parents are both English teachers, so I?m sure there shouldn't be any difficulty for us to communicate with our guests. In addition, last week, we hosted two students from Singapore. We had great fun with each other and I got much experience as well. During their stay, I will show them around the places of interest in Ningbo. They will surely be fascinated by the beautiful scenery of Ningbo. Besides, my mother cooks well, so they can have a taste of local food. ?I'm sure they will have a good time here. Looking forward to your reply. ? Yours Li Hua

附:听力原稿: Text1: W: When do you think that I can go home, Dr. Smith? M: Well, you came in on Monday and today is Friday. I?d say that you could probably leave tomorrow, but I don?t want to go back to work for several weeks. Text2: W: Did you go to Yellow Stone Park for vacation last year? M:I couldn?t make it last December. But I finally went there three months later. I plan to visit again next year, Text 3: W: Hi. Paul. Did you have a good day at work? M: No, I?m glad the day is over. W: What happened? M:I made a lot of typing mistakes, and then I forgot to send the letter to my boss who asked me to send, so he was very angry. Text 4 W: Are you going to Jane?s birthday party, Gorge? M: Yes. I received her invitation yesterday. What about you, Nina? W:I wouldn?t miss it for anything. Text5. M: Good afternoon. This is Dick Williams at World Travel Service. Is Mr. Baker there? W: No. He?s out to lunch.. I will be glad to take a message. M: Well, thank you, but I?ll give him another call later. Text 6 M: Hi, would you like some help? W: Well, I am looking for something I saw at a friend?s house a few days ago. He said he bought it here. It?s a wooden chair in Chinese style. M: You?re in the right store . But all of them were sold out last Sunday. W: Oh, what a pity! Are you going to be getting more to sell? M: We?re ordering them now. But I have to tell you that the price has gone up. W:I don?t mind. Just my like. You know I really like it.
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M: In the past they were $62each, but the new ones will be $3 more. They will be sent here next Thursday, exactly one week from today. W: Ok, I will be back next weekend Text7 M: Hi, fancy meeting you here. Where have you been? W:I have been away on holiday. What are you doing here, Bob. M:I am going to buy an air-conditioner. This summer is extremely hot. I really can?t bear it. W: You should have bought it earlier. M: Why? W: Because of the hot days, there is a shortage of air-conditioners now, and many people are waiting for supplies. M: Is that true? W: Yes. And the weather reporter says the temperature will be higher tomorrow. M: my Goodness! No wonder the press these days has been talking about El Nino. Is it caused by that? M: Well, maybe. Text 8 W: Dad, can you lend Jenny and me some money? M: For what? W: We want to get tickets for a rock concert. We?ll pay you back out of our baby-sitting money. M: How much are these tickets? W:$18 each. M:$18? That?s a lot of money. W: That?s not very much for this band, Dad. They are great singers, very popular. M: When will you need the money? W: Bob is also going and he?s going to town tomorrow to get the tickets. M: All right. Here is a fifty. W: thanks a lot, dad. I will call Bob right now Text9: M: Mrs.Whinfield, thank you very much for allowing me to visit your wonderful garden. It really helps me a lot to write an article on Dorset Gardens for our paper. Now I wonder if I can ask you a few questions. W: Yes, sure. M: Could you tell me when you became interested in gardening? W: Well, I was always interested in wild flowers. And then in 1980, I read Marjory Fisher?s book, Cottage Garden Flowers, which is full of practical advice and personal opinions. But I was reading about plans that I didn?t know. So I started to read as much as I could, and get different writer?s advice. I also used to visit Kew Gardens a lot. That was when we lived in Harrow, West London. I learned a lot from my visits. By the way, Dorset is one of the England?s three most beautiful towns, the other two being Wiltshire and Somerset. You must know that I am often invited to give talks to biology students in colleges there. M: Yes. Certainly. That?s why I came here. Mm, now what was your first garden like? W: It was a very tiny piece of land, which came with my house and Harrow, West London. I don?t grow many plants from seeds, but I have several friends, and we often give each other plants. My
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garden is a place which often reminds me of so many people through the plants. Text 10 This is Bob Smith from channel 13 News. I ?m at the scene of a fire that occurred earlier today. Uh, the fire broke out at the three-story building behind me. Uh, unfortunately, we?re not able to get any closer because there is still danger, Mm. However, those who happened to be passing by say that they noticed fire coming from the building earlier this morning. It was believed that everyone had been taken to safety; however, one mother, Susan O? Connor, when she had returned and noticed the fire, she burst into tears because she realized that her three-month-old baby was still inside. However, some people report seeing the dog, uh, the family dog, pulling the baby to safety by, uh, the baby?s clothes. Fortunately, everyone is reported to be fine. The baby was taken to the hospital, uh, as well as the dog, but we?re happy to say that at this time, it looks like everyone, uh, will be fine. This is Channel 13 News.

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