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江西省九校2022届高三上学期期中联考英语学科试卷总分:150分考试时间:120分钟第一部分听力(共两节,共20小题,每小题1.5分,满分30分)第一节(共5小题)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.Whereistheman'smothernow?A.Athome.B.Inahospital.C.Atabusstop.2.Whereisthemangoingfirst?A.TotheHealeySupermarket.B.Totheairport.C.ToCanada.3.Howdoesthemanfeelabouthisjob?A.Heenjoysitverymuch.B.Hedoesn'tcaremuchaboutit.C.Hehatesworkinglate.4.Onwhichdaysnextweekwillthemanhaveexaminations?A.EverydayexceptThursday.B.Monday,WednesdayandFriday.C.Monday,TuesdayandFriday.5.Whatdoesthewomanmean?A.Hecannotmakeacopybecauseofthecopyright.B.Hecanmakehiscopybyhimself.C.Heshouldwaituntiltomorrow.第二节(共15小题)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。听第6段材料,回答第6至8题。6.Whoistheman?A.Apasser-by.B.Thecardriver.C.Thetruckdriver.7.Whathappenedaccordingtotheconversation?A.AcarwashitonHighway204.B.AtruckwasburnedonHighway204.C.Thedriverofatruckwasbadlyhurt.8.Howsoonwillhelpcome?A.Infiveminutes.B.Intenminutes.C.Infifteenminutes.听第7段材料,回答第9至11题。9.Whatisthepossiblerelationshipbetweenthetwospeakers?A.Teacherandstudent.B.Goodfriends.C.Motherandson.,10.Whatdidtheboyoftendoatschool?A.Heoftenstayedafterschool.B.Hewaslateforclass.C.Heoftenfellasleepinclass.11.WhichofthefollowingstatementsisTRUE?A.Theboypreferstodropoutandwork.B.Theboyhasmuchinterestneitherinschoolnorinwork.C.Theboyisdiscouragedbecausehehasn'tpassedtheexam.听第8段材料,回答第12至14题。12.What'stheweatherlike?A.Cloudyandwarm.B.Lovelyandwarm.C.Finebutcloudy.13.Wherearethespeakers?A.Atthestation.B.Inaflat.C.Inapark.14.WhatisthemandoinginEngland?A.Spendinghisholiday.B.PractisinghisEnglish.C.VisitingaGreekfamily.听第9段材料,回答第15至17题。15.Whatdoweknowaboutthewoman?A.Shelovescookingverymuch.B.Sheofteneatsinrestaurants.C.Shedoesn'tlikethebakedpizza.16.HowlongdoesittakeJeantogotoworkbybus?A.About15minutes.B.About20minutes.C.About45minutes.17.Howdoesthemangotowork?A.Onfoot.B.Bybus.C.Bybike.听第10段材料,回答第18至20题。18.WhendidHemingwaywintheNobelPrizeinLiterature?A.In1953.B.In1954.C.In1955.19.Whichbookmadethegreatestimpressiononthespeaker?A.TheSunAlsoRises.B.AFarewelltoArms.C.TheOldManandtheSea.20.WhatdidHemingwayshowtousinTheOldManandtheSea?A.Confidence.B.Power.C.Fear.第二部分阅读理解(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A、B、C和D四个选项中,选出最佳选项。ASpaceCenterHoustonoffersavarietyofage-appropriateandinspiringcampexperienceswithsafetytopofmind.InthewakeofCOVID-19,weaimtocontinueinspiringallgenerationsthroughthewondersofspaceexplorationwhilekeepiingngthehighestlevelofsafetyforall.OurExplorerCampsintroducechildrenages4-11toscience,technology,engineeringandmaththroughengagingandhands-onlearningactivities.DiscoverandexploreourExplorerCampsforages6-7andbelow.,JourneytoMarsJune14-18,July12-16,Aug.9-13|$289.955-dayExplorerCampWhiledemonstratingbestsafetypractices,campersareinvolvedinactivitiesthatarousetheirinterestinsciencealongwiththeirsenseofadventure.Theseyoungengineerslearnthebasicsofrocketry,discovercoding,andexplorehands-onscienceactivities.EngineeringBasicsJune7-11,July5-9|$289.955-dayExplorerCampCampersdiscoverwhatittakestosolveproblemsrelatedtospaceexplorationinEngineeringBasics.TakingLEGObricks(乐高积木)“outofthebox”andtonewandexcitingplaces,thiscampgetsyourlittlebuildersusingLEGObrickslikeneverbefore.Theseengineers-in-trainingwillparticipateinproblem-solvingactivities,buildingsimplemachines,artprojects,androbotics.JourneytospaceJune28-July2,July26-30|$289.955-dayExplorerCampHowdoastronautsworkinspace?WhyisVenussohot?WillpeopleevergotoMars?Howdorobotswork?Whatdoengineersdo?Allthesequestionsareansweredascampersexplorespacethroughart,science,robotics,andengineeringactivities.Thiscampleavesallinquiringmindsinspiredtocontinuetheirjourney.ExplorationanddiscoveriesJune1-5/$229.955-dayExplorerCampCampersdiscoverwhatittakestosendpeople,suppliesandspacecraftbeyondEarth'satmosphere.Duringthisfive-dayadventure,formerastronautswilldeliverspeechesonhowtheyliveandworkinthespacestation.21.Whichcampprovidescamperswithknowledgeofrocket?A.JourneytoMarsB.EngineeringBasicsC.JourneytoSpaceD.ExplorationandDiscoveries22.WhatcancamperslearnonlyinEngineeringBasics?A.Coding.B.RocketdesignC.Creativethinking.D.Supplydelivery.23.WhatisspecialaboutExplorationandDiscoveries?A.ItwillbeopeninAugust.B.Itisa4-dayExplorerCamp.C.Camperscanlearnproblem-solvingskills.D.Camperswillhaveachancetomeetformerastronauts.BForfishermenandsailorsintheseasidetownofShangpaninLinhai,Zhejiangprovince,whererecently12stranded(搁浅的)whaleswerefound,itisnotunusualtoseewhalesordolphinsinthesea—theywouldalwayscallthemhaizi,or“sonoftheocean”.Andifthelocalfishermenseesuchintelligentseacreaturesinneed,theywillsavethemfromdangerwithouthesitation.,Intherecentrescueofmelon-headedwhales,theytriedtheirbesttohelpasa37-secondvideoofayoungmansleepinginthewaterholdingawhalesoonwentviralonline,withnetizensthinkinghighlyofhisconstanteffortsandcaringheartintryingtokeepthewhalealive.“Themelon-headedwhaleknewIwastryingtosaveitandwouldbemorecooperativeandwouldn’tmove.”saidLuWenhui,a21-year-olddiverfromHangzhouChangqiaoPolarOceanPark,whoheldupthewhale’sheadsoitcouldbreatheeasily.Luhadbeenstayinginthewaterfor10hoursby4a.m.WednesdayaftercomingfortherescueworkonTuesday,whenthestrandedwhaleswerefirstspotted.“Whalesaremammalsandneedtobreatheinair—that’swhyIhadtoholditshead,toensureitcouldbreathesmoothlythewholetime,”Lusaid.Thestrandedwhales,afterthestrugglingofbeingtransported,werewornoutwhentheyarrivedatthefishfarmandmighthavedrownediftheywereleftunattended(无人照顾的).Thereasonwhythewhaleswerestrandedisstillnotclear.Andthesestrandedwhaleswerereturnedtotheoceanbecausetheyarenotadaptedtoartificialbreeding(人工繁殖)environmentsonland.24.Whatdolocalfishermenusuallydoafterfindinghaiziindanger?A.Ignorethem.B.Protectthem.C.Transportthem.D.Feedthem.25.WhydoestheauthordescribeLu’srescuework?A.Topraisetheeffortsmadebyrescuers.B.Toexpresshisviewsonthediver.C.Tointroducethewhalesindetail.D.Toexplainthevalueofthewhales.26.Whatcanwesayaboutthemelon-headedwhalesaccordingtothetext?A.Theyarerarelyseenbylocals.B.Theyareusedtobreathinginthesea.C.Theyarefondofswimmingneartheseaside.D.Theyaren’tsuitedtoartificialsurroundings.27.Whichofthefollowingcanbethebesttitleforthetext?A.Melon-headedWhalesWereStrandedB.RescuersWentouttoHelpWhalesC.FishermenTransportedStrandedWhalesD.WitnessesVoicedOpinionsonRescueWorkCIthadbeena"long"andhardwalkfromhometothesubwaystationforteenagerMandyChanwhenshefirstputonhanfuinpublic.ChanisoneofthefoundersofhanfuinHongKong."Itwasaset(套装)withacream-coloredshirt,abrownjacketinChina'sMingdynastystyleandaredpleatedskirtmadebyme,"sherecalledrecently,almost10yearslater. ItwasnotthelooksfromothersbutherlimitedknowledgeonthetraditionalChineseclothingthathadmadeherterrified.Chanadded,"IfanyonehadaskedwhatIwas,wearing,orthehistorybehindit,IwouldhavebeenafraidIcouldn'ttellthemthewholepicture."  However,heranxietyhadgraduallydrifted(远离)awaywithmorein-depthresearchontraditionalChineseculture.HanfuwasthetraditionalclothingofChina'sHanethnicgroupthatwasformedinthemainresidentialareasoftheHanpeopleinancientChina.Thehistoricalclothinghasuntoldstoriesandideasineverydetail.Thecuttingandstitchinglineinthemiddlepartofhanfufitsthespineofthehumanbodyandhelpspeopletodressproperly.Thisdesign,whichhastranscended(超越)itselfasmeredecoration,pointstothequalitiesofthewearersasuprightandmildindividuals. "InsteadofimitatingpeoplelikewhatIusedtodo,Ihavejumpedoutofmycomfortzoneandfoundthestylethatsuitsmebest,"Chansaid."Throughhanfu,Ihavefoundmyselfandsomanyunexploredthingsinmylife."Chanaddedthatshehadfoundherlifelongpassionthroughhanfu,whichisagoalanddreamthathasneverbeenabsentfromherlife.Chanfoundshewasnotaloneafterfallinginlovewithhanfu.Shebelievesthatclassicswillnevergooutofstyleandsheherselfhasincorporated(使并入)hanfuintohereverydaylife.  28.WhydidChanfeeluneasywhenshefirstworehanfuinpublic?  A.Herclotheswerewornout. B.Shedidn'tlikelooksfromothers. C.Herclothesdidn'tsuitherproperly. D.Shehadalimitedknowledgeofhanfu. 29.Whatisspecialabouthanfuindesignaccordingtoparagraph3?  A.Itnevergoesoutoffashion. B.Ithasmanydifferentstylesforchoice. C.Itshowspersonalqualitiesofitswearers.   D.Itappealstopeopleofallagesandsocialgroups.  30.Whatcanweinferfromthelastparagraph?  A.HanfuhasastronginfluenceonChan. B.HanfuwillbeabigbusinessinChina.  C.Hanfuwilltaketheleadinthefashion. D.Hanfuallowshertogettoknowmorepeople.  31.Inwhichpartofamagazinemaywereadthistext?  A.Sports.B.CultureC.Health.D.Travel     DEveryoneisafraidofsomething.Maybeyou'reafraidofspiders,orheights,ordogs,orthedark.Andtraditionally,we’vethoughtthat'sbecauseyoulearnedtobeafraid.Probablybecauseyouhadabadexperiencewithsomethingatsomepoint.Butthere'sadifferentideaouttherethat'sbeengettingmoreattentionlately:theideathatfearsaren’tjustlearned…theyalsocanbeinherited(遗传).,Itsoundslikeawildidea.Howdoyouinheritsomethingasabstractasfear?Butoverthelastfiftyyears,researchershavebeenstudyingjusthowmuchfearshavetodowithinheritanceandgenetics.Andtheirresultshavebeenkindofsurprising.Inthiswork,they’veputalotofeffortintounderstandingoneextremekindoffear,calledaphobia.Togetasenseofhowmuchgenesinfluencefear,scientistshavebegunlookingatidenticaltwins.SinceidenticaltwinshavealmostthesameDNA,researcherscanfigureouthowheritable(遗传的)afearisbycomparinghowoftenspecificphobiasappearinidenticaltwinsasopposedtootherbrothersorsisters.Becauseeventhoughtwinsoftenhavelotsofsimilarexperiences,theyprobablydon'tsharethetypesofexperiencesthatcausephobias—likegettingbittenbyadogorfallingoutofatree.One1998studyof659pairsofidenticalandfraternaltwins(异卵双胞胎)inAustralialookedathowmanyhadafearofblood.Thestudyfoundthatgeneticsaccountedfor71percentofthevariationamongthosepeople,meaninggeneticfactorsplayaprettybigroleindeterminingwhetherapersonhassomespecificfear.A2016studyalsofoundthatfearofdentalworkwasover30percentheritable.So,ifyouarcafraidofgoingtothedentist,itreallymightnotbeyourdentist'sfault.Overall,first-degreerelativesofpeoplewithphobiasaremorelikelytohavesimilarphobiasthanpeoplewithnofamilyhistory.So,it'sprettyclearthatphobiasarcheritable!32.WhatdocstheauthormeanbysayingtheunderlinedsentenceinPara.2?A.It'ssurprisingthatpeopleknowsolittleaboutinheritanceandgenetics.B.It'sunbelievablethatpeoplecaninheritsomethingsoabstractlikefear.C.It'snaturalthatpeoplebecomeafraidofthingsthattheyhadbadexperiencewith.D.It'sinterestingthatpeoplearcafraidofsomanythingssuchasspidersandthedark.33.Whydidthescientistschooseidenticaltwinsastheirtestsubjects?A.Theylooksverymuchalike.B.Theyhavesimilarpersonalities.C.TheysharebasicallythesameDNA.D.Theyhavesharedexperiences.34.WhatdidtheauthortrytoprovebymentioningthestudiesinPara.4and5?A.Dentistsarcscarytomanykids.B.Mostpeoplehavesomekindoffear.C.Fearofbloodisthemostcommonphobia.D.Fearofthingscanbearesultofgeneticinheritance.35.Whatdoesthepassagemainlytellus?A.Peopletendtolearntobeafraid.B.Fearhasmuchtodowithabadexperiencewithsomething.C.Phobiashavesomethingtodowithinheritanceandgenetics.D.Twinsaremorelikelytofeelafraidofsomethingthanothers.,第二节(共5小题;每小题2分,满分10分)阅读下面短文,从短文后的选项中选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项。选项中有两项为多余选项。HowtoChoosetheRightCareer?Choosingtherightcareercanbedifficult,andconsequentlyyouwillfindmanyofuscanhardlyfindasuitablejobinourdailylife.3637Assessyourhobbies.Itisveryeasytoturnyourhobbiesorsomethingyoulovedoingintoafuturecareer.Manyhobbiesarerelatedtorealworldneedsandpositions.Considerwhatyouliketodoandhowthatmightfitintoacareer.Remainhumbleasyouworktowardyourgoal.AssessingyourskillsConsiderwhatskillsyouaregoodat.Ifyouareparticularlygoodatcertainskills,suchasfixingthingsormakingthings,thiscanprovideyouwithagreatfuturecareer,sinceskilledlaborisoftenindemandandyouwillfinditfairlyeasytofindwork.38Peoplewhointeract(互动)withotherswellcaneasilygetcareersassocialworkersorinmarketingandsimilarbusinesspositions.ConsideringyourcurrentstateExploreyourself.Figuringoutwhatyoushoulddowithyourlifemaysometimesrequireyoutogettoknowyourselfbetter.Ifyouwantacareerthatwillreallymakeyouhappy,youhavetohaveanimpressiveawarenessofwhatyouwantandwhatyouenjoy.39ThinkingaboutyourfutureExamineyourfuturefinancialsecurity.Oneofthemostimportantthingstoconsiderisifthecareerpathyou'rechoosingwillprovideyouwithanacceptableleveloffinancialsecurity.Inotherwords,willyoubeabletomakeenoughmoneytosupportyourselfandyourfamily?Meanwhile,youaresupposedtopayspecialattentiontoyourfuturejobstability.40Accordingly,youwillneedtoconsiderifthecareeryouchooseisstableenoughforyouandyourdesiresforthefuture.Admittedly,thecombinationoftheabovefourstepsprovedextremelyeffectivewhenchoosingthefuturecareer.Onceyougetstarted,you'llfinditquitebeneficialandevenenjoyable!A.EvaluatingyourinterestsB.AssessingyourpersonalityC.Therefore,havingadefinedcareerdirectionwillhelpyouachieveyourgoal.D.Jobmarketschangesalotassocietyneedsdifferentthingsatdifferenttimes.E.Forsomepeople,thismeanstakingsometimeofftodecidewhat'svitaltothem.F.Ifyouhaveagoodcommandofcommunicatingwithothers,therearejobsforyouaswell.,G.However,withseriousself-planningandself-reflection,youcansetyourselfonapathtowardsafulfillingcareer.第三部分语言运用(共两节,满分45分)第一节(共20小题;每小题1.5分,满分30分)阅读下面短文,从每题所给的A、B、C、D四个选项中选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项。Leon'slifewaswelldesignedforhim.Hewastodowellin41,gotouniversity,getajobinfinance(金融),and42thenextfiftyyearsofhislifesittingbehindaslab(厚桌面)ofwood,watchingthestreetsofLondonfromthirtyfloorsabove.Foralongtime,he43thatlife,untiloneday,he44realizedhewaslivingsomeoneelse'slife—agoodone—45notoneofhisownchoosing.Sohewalked46thatlife,anddiscoveredtheonethattookhimaroundtheworld.Sincethen,Leonhas47abroken-downEnglishtaxiacrossAmerica,48peoplefreerides;riddenamotorbikearoundtheworld,relyingonlyonthekindnessof49;andfollowedafellowtravelerthroughIndiawithouteverknowingwherehewasgoing.Hehasvisitedmorethan90countries.50theway,helearned51aboutthehumanspiritandabouttheheartofthisworld.Helearnedthatheneededto52hisoldideasaboutwhoheshouldbeinordertofeelhissoulrisetothesurfaceandbecomethepersonhealways53tobe.Thewisestwordshe54,andthegreatest55helearned,camefromeverydaypeoplehemetonhis56.Hisexperiencesare57acollectionofstories,theyhavebecomeawayoflife—theWayoftheTraveler.So,whatistheLive,Love,Explore?It'saboutexploringtheworld—58thegreatandadventurous(冒险的)onewaiting59yourdoor,andmoreadventurousone60withinyoursoul.41.A.42.A.43.A.44.A.schoolenjoyunderstoodusuallyB.hospitalB.spendB.followedB.quicklyC.officeC.costC.learnedC.frequentlyD.downtownD.takeD.wroteD.finally45.A.yetB.andC.butD.or46.A.closetoB.uptoC.outofD.downto47.A.borrowedB.boughtC.gotD.driven48.A.offeringB.supplyingC.providingD.affording49.A.strangersB.teachersC.studentsD.travelers50.A.OnB.AlongC.InD.By51.A.everythingB.somethingC.nothingD.anything52.A.showB.offerC.abandonD.share,53.A.wishedB.plannedC.longedD.turned54.A.explainedB.toldC.saidD.heard55.A.lessonsB.suggestionsC.ideasD.news56.A.tripsB.roadsC.waysD.travels57.A.ratherthanB.otherthanC.lessthanD.morethan58.A.bothB.eachC.allD.any59.A.outsideB.insideC.besideD.aside60.A.standingB.waitingC.sittingD.staying第二节(共10小题;每小题1.5分,满分15分)阅读下面短文,在空白处填入1个适当的单词或括号内单词的正确形式。3,000-year-oldEgyptiancityAgroupofarchaeologistshasfoundthe61(large)ancientcityeverdiscoveredinEgypt.Thecity,62(name)"TheRiseofAten",wasdiscoveredunderthesandonthewesternbankofLuxor,anarchaeologistsaidinastatement.ItdatesbacktoKingAmenhotepIII,63ruledEgyptbetween1391and1353BCE,accordingto64statement.Itwasthelargestadministrativeandindustrial65(settle)intheeraoftheEgyptianempire.Archaeologists66(find)thecity'sstreetsflanked(坐落在...两侧)byhouseswithwallsupto10feethighandroomsfilled67toolsofdailylife.Theteamalsofoundalargebakery(面包房),whosesizesuggestsitwasused68(provide)foodfora"verylargenumberofworkersandemployees."Other69(discovery)includetheskeleton(骨架)ofapersonburiedwitharmsstretchedouttothesideandropewrappedaroundtheknees.Theexcavation(挖掘)hasunearthed(发掘)mostofthesouthernpartofthecity.70,thenorthernregionisstilltobeunearthed.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,请你修改你同桌写的以下作文。文中共有10处语言错误,每句中最多有两处。每处错误仅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。Unionisstrength.Wheneveryou’refacingwithdifficultiesorinadilemma,cooperationplaysanimportantpartingettingyououtoftrouble.TherewasatimewhenIwastooproudthatI,overlookedmyclassmate,refusingtoworktogetherwiththem.Therefore,itwasnodoubtthatIwasleftalone,sufferingfromlonelinessandfailure.Unfortunately,ateacherimpressedonmethevalueofcooperation.Fromthenon,IlearnedtohelpothersandturntomyfriendsforthehelpwheneverIhaddifficultyfinishataskonmyown.Surelycooperationmadeagreatdifference.NowIamgettingwellwithmyfriends.Myexperiencehastaughtmethatonlyifweattachgreatimportancewithcooperationcanwegobeyondourselves.Asthesayinggo,“Unitedwestand;dividedwefall.”第二节书面表达(满分25分)假设你是李华,你在暑假参加了社区的志愿者活动,请向学校英语报投稿分享你的经历。内容包括:1.写信目的;2.活动的时间和内容;3.你的感悟及(或)收获。注意:1.词数100左右;2.可以适当增加细节,以使行文连贯;3.开头和结尾已给出,不计入总词数。DearEditor,Thankyouforreadingmyletter.Yours,LiHua,英语答案听力1~5.BAACB6~10.BABBA11~15.BBCBB16~20.CABCA阅读21-23ACD24-27BADB28-31DCAB32-35BCDC35-40GAFED完型填空41-45ABBDC46-50CDAAB51-55BCCDA56-60DDAAB语法填空61.largest62.named63.who64.the65.settlement66.found67.with68.toprovide69.discoveries70.However语法改错1.facing→faced或去掉with2.too→so3.classmate→classmates4.it→there5.Unfortunately→Fortunately6.help前的the去掉7.finish→finishing8.getting后加on/along,9.with→to10.go→goes作文DearEditorThankyouforreadingmyletter.Iamaseniorthreestudentwritingtosharemyexperience.IvolunteeredtobeatutorinmycommunitylibraryonJuly20,2021.Itookcareof10primaryschoolstudentsrangingfromGrade1to3.Inthemorning,Igaveahelpinghandwhentheyhadanydifficultiesindoingtheirhomework.Intheafternoon,Ifirsttaughtthemhowtodrawanimalsandthenhostedastorysharinginwhichallchildrentoldstoriestheylikemost.Thecommunitylibraryisawonderfulplaceforkidswhoseparentsarebusyworkinginthesummer.ExhaustedasIwasafterthefull-day'swork,IfeltdelightedandproudasIactivelycontributedtotheirgrowth.Yours,LiHua【听力原文】(Text1)W:How'syourmothernow?Iheardshehadanoperationlastweek.M:Sheismuchbetter.Thankyou.Butshestillneedstostaytherefortwomoreweeks.(Text2)W:WhereshallIdropyouoff,sir?M:I'mgoingtotheairport,butpleasestopattheHealeySupermarket.Mywifeiswaitingformethere.We'regoingtoCanadatogether.(Text3)W:Youseemtohavealotofworktodoatyouroffice.You'realwaysstayinglateandworkingovertime.M:That'strue.Buttheworkisinteresting.Idon'tmindextrahoursatall.(Text4),W:Ihavetotakeanexaminationeverydaynextweek.M:IhaveoneonMonday,anotheronTuesdayandtwoonFriday,noneonWednesdayandThursday,I'mthankfulforthat.(Text5)M:IsthereanyoneavailabletohelpmakeacopyofmyDVD?W:No,notuntiltomorrow.Butyoucandoityourselfbyfollowingtheinstructionsonthecomputer.(Text6)W:Hello,emergencyline.WhatcanIdoforyou?M:Iamcallingtoreportanaccident.W:Couldyougivemesomedetails,sir?M:AtruckhitacaronHighway204.W:Hasanyonebeenbadlyhurt?M:I'mnotquitesure.ThedriverofthetrucksaysheisOK.Buttheladyinthecarmighthavebrokenherleg.W:MayIhaveyourname,sir?M:DanielSmith.W:OK,Mr.Smith.We'llsendanambulanceandapolicecarimmediately.It's11:55now,andtheyshouldbethereby12:05.Thanks.(Text7)W:Don'tyouhaveanygoodnews?M:No.YesterdayIhadtostayafterschool,becauseIwastalkingduringmybiologyclass.W:You'dbetterkeepquietinclass.M:SometimesIdo.Thedaybeforeyesterday,IwasveryquietduringmyhistoryclassandIstillhadtostayafterclass.W:Idon'tunderstand.,M:BecauseIfellasleepduringtheclass,butitwasn'tmyfault.Thelessonwasverydull.W:Iadviseyoutotakeschoolmoreseriously.Ifyoudon'tpassyourexam,you'llhavetodropoutandworkasaresult.M:Idon'tthinkthatitmakesmuchdifference.IfIhaveajob,Ihavetododullworkeveryday,butifI'minschool,Imustlistentodullteacherseveryday.(Text8)W:Lovelyweather!M:Yes,it'sreallywarm.W:I'veseenyoubefore,haven'tI?M:Well,youmayhave.I'vebeenhereonceortwice,forawalkinthisquietpark.Doyoulivenearhere?W:Yes.Iliveinoneofthoseflatsoverthere.Whataboutyou?M:Oh,I'mstayingwithafamilydownnearthestation.W:Areyouonholiday?M:Well...er...I'mheretoimprovemyEnglish.I'mfromGreece,yousee.W:Ididn'tthinkyouwereEnglish,butyourEnglishisverygood.M:Thankyouverymuch.(Text9)W:Thisisalovelyhouse!M:Thankyou,Jean.W:It'sveryclosetoyouroffice,isn'tit?M:Yes,itis.Ialwayswalktowork—evenwhenitrains.W:Iusuallytakethebus.Ittakessolong!M:Howlongdoesittake?W:Oh,ittakesabout45minutes.M:That'salongtime.Well,havesomepizza,please!W:(Takingabite.)Thisisdelicious!Doyoubakeallofyourpizza?M:Yes,Iusuallybakesomethingontheweekendorholidays.W:Youareawonderfulcook!,M:Thankyou.W:Inevercookathome.ItismyhusbandAndywhousuallydoesallthecooking.M:Doyouoftengoouttoeat?W:Yes,whenhedoesn'thavetimetocook,wewillgoouttoeatsomewhere.M:Therearesomewonderfulrestaurantsinthecity.W:Toomany!Youcaneatatadifferentrestauranteveryday.(Text10)TheOldManandtheSeaisoneofHemingway'smostlastingworksandmaybecomeoneofthetrueclassicsofthisgeneration.ItplayedagreatpartinhiswinningthePulitzerPrizein1953andthe1954NobelPrizeinLiteratureandconfirmedhispowerandpresenceintheliteraryworld.Hemingwayisalsooneofmyfavoritewriters.BesidesTheOldManandtheSea,Ihavereadsomeofhisotherworks,suchasTheSunAlsoRises,AFarewelltoArmsandTheSnowofKilimanijaro.ButTheOldManandtheSeaistheonethatleftthedeepestimpressiononme.Thisnovelmainlywroteaboutoneoldmanaloneintheseawhofishes.Hecaughtonebigfish.Buthemetasharkonthewayhome.Theoldmanusedallhisskillstofightwiththeshark.Atlast,thefishhecaughtwaseatenupbytheshark,buthenevergaveup.Thisbookshowstousthattheconfidenceisjustliketheautomobilemotor,andispowerwhichmakesthepersongoforward.
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