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江苏省苏州中学 2013-2014 学年度高三第一学期期中考试英语 试题
第I卷 第一部分:听力(共两节,满分 20 分) 第一节(共 5 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 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. What does the man want? A. A tennis game. B. An online game. 2. What will the man do next? A. Make dinner. B. Wash the dishes. 3. What does the man mean? A. He prefers to keep the window closed. B. He is too busy to open the window. C. He agrees to open the window at once. 4. What is the time now? A. About 5:30. B. About 5:00. 5. What does the man suggest doing? A. Pressing the emergency button. B. Calling the service centre. C. Doing nothing for a short while. 第二节(共 15 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 15 分)

C. A shooting game. C. Watch TV.

C. About 4:30.

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,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。每段对话读两遍。

听第 6 段材料,回答第 6、7 题。 6. What did the woman spend $10 on? A. The taxi. B. The hot dogs. C. The popcorn and drinks. 7. Where did the speakers go just before they went home? A. To the convenience store. B. To the movies. C. To the new hot dog place. 听第 7 段材料,回答第 8 至 10 题。 8. What relation is Ms Leska to the woman? A. Her roommate. B. Her cousin. C. Her workmate. 9. Who will probably meet Kevin at the bus station? A. Claudia. B. Tara. C. Albee. 10. What will the woman do at 3:00 p.m.? A. Meet the man. B. Look after Ms Leska. C. Teach a class. 听第 8 段材料,回答第 11 至 13 题。 11. How did the man learn to play instruments? A. He taught himself. B. He learned it at school. C. He learned it at pubs and clubs. 12. What instrument did the man play first? A. The piano. B. Keyboards. C. The drum. 13. When did the man leave school?

A. In 1981. B. In 1992. C. In 1997. 听第 9 段材料,回答第 14 至 17 题。 14. What are the speakers mainly talking about? A. An article. B. A newspaper. C. A minibus. 15. How did the girl fall down on the road? A. She tripped over something. B. She was knocked over by a car. C. She slipped because of the wet road. 16. Who flew out in the accident? A. A car driver. B. A minibus driver. C. A minibus passenger. 17. What can we learn from the conversation? A. The accident took place on Tuesday. B. A truck was involved in the accident. C. The woman witnessed the accident. 听第 10 段材料,回答第 18 至 20 题。 18. When were the speaker and his friends caught in a storm? A. The second night. B. The fifth night. C. The last night. 19. What was the weather like on the last day? A. Rainy. B. Cloudy. C. Fine. 20. What do we know about the speaker? A. He was persuaded into the trip. B. He walked 100 miles in one week. C. He was disappointed at the trip. 第二部分:英语知识运用(共两节,满分 35 分) 第一节:语法和词汇知识(共 15 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 15 分) 21. Working hard is not a ______ of great success, but it is among the essential requirements. A. sign B. signal C. guarantee D. mark 22. Despite the rising costs of many products, bus fares in the city of Suzhou ______ unchanged. A. remain B. are remained C. are remaining D. remains 23. —Honey, come on, or we’ll be late for the birthday dinner. —No rush. I’m positive that they _______ the table when we arrive there. A. have laid B. will be laying C. are laying D. will be lying 24. —What a close basketball match! —Absolutely it was. The final score was 93-94. And the guest team was only ______ beaten. A. nearly B. slightly C. narrowly D. lightly 25. ______ is known to all, Great Britain and Northern Ireland ______ the United Kingdom. A. It; are consisted of B. As; are made up of C. It; consist of D. As; make up 26. _______ to an unfamiliar culture or way of life may lead to culture shock, which sometimes means a complete confusion. A. Having exposed B. Being exposed C. To be exposed D. Exposed 27. It was only with the help of the local guide ______. A. was the mountain climber rescued B. that the mountain climber was rescued C. when the mountain climber was rescued D. that was the mountain climber rescued

28. —Can I pay the bill by check? —Sorry, sir. But it is the management rule of our hotel that payment _____ be made in cash. A. shall B. need C. will D. can 29. To tell you the truth, the accident and the damages ________ resulted in frightened me so much that I almost gave up driving ever since. A. which B. that C. it D. what 30. With each problem _______ the globe and the area ______, the APEC Summit closed successfully in Singapore. A. concerning; discussed B. concerned; discussing C. concerning; discussing D. concerned; discussed 31. _______ the forest should be punished. A. Anyone sets fire to B. Whoever sets fire to C. Who sets fire to D. One sets fire to 32. ________ it is human nature to be curious, it is also our responsibility to respect others’ secrets. A. As B. Because C. While D. Since 33. Our food supply ________. We’d better get some in case there’s _________ left. A. is running out, none B. has run out, none C. is using up, nothing D. has used up, nothing 34. Look! If we had begun to do the work yesterday morning, we _________ ourselves just like them. A. would have enjoyed B. were to enjoy C. should enjoy D. would be enjoying 35. —A second, please. I have another call coming through. —____. I’m not in a hurry. A. Enjoy yourself B. Take it easy C. Take your time D. Do as you like 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,从短文后所给各题的四个选项(A、B、C 和 D)中,选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项。

Playing organized sports is such a common experience in the United States that many children and teenagers take them for granted. This is especially true ___36___ children from families and communities that have the resources needed to organize and ___37___ sports programs and make sure that there is easy ___38___ to participation opportunities. Children in low-income families and poor communities are ___39___ likely to take organized youth sports for granted because they often ___40___ the resources needed to pay for participation ___41___, equipment, and transportation to practices and games ___42___ their communities do not have resources to build and ___43___ sports fields and facilities. Organized youth sports ___44___ appeared during the early 20th century in the United States and other wealthy nations. They were originally developed ___45___ some educators and developmental experts ___46___ that the behavior and character of children were ___47___ influenced by their social surrounding and everyday experiences. This ___48___ many people to believe that if you could organize the experiences of children in ___49___ ways, you could influence the kinds of adults that those children would become. This belief that the social ___50___ influenced a person’s overall development was very ___51___ to people interested in progress and reform in the United States ___52___ the beginning of the 20th century. It caused them to think about ___53___ they might control the experiences of children to ___54___ responsible and productive adults. They believed strongly that democracy

depended on responsibility and that a ___55___ economy depended on the productivity of workers. 36. A. among 37. A. spread 38. A. access 39. A. little 40. A. shrink 41. A. bill 42. A. so 43. A. maintain 44. A. last 45. A. before 46. A. realized 47. A. specifically 48. A. moved 49. A. precise 50. A. situation 51. A. encouraging 52. A. for 53. A. what 54. A. multiply 55. A. growing B. within B. speed B. entrance B. less B. tighten B accounts B. as B. sustain B. first B. while B. recalled B. excessively B. conducted B. precious B. environment B. disappointing B. by B. how B. manufacture B. bonding C. on C. spur C. chance C. more C. limit C. fees C. and C. contain C. later C. until C. expected C. strongly C. put C. particular C. state C. upsetting C. over C. whatever C. produce C. raising D. towards D. sponsor D. route D. much D. lack D. fare D. but D. entertain D. finally D. when D. exhibited D. exactly D. led D. peculiar D. status D. surprising D. at D. however D. provide D. flying

第三部分:阅读理解(共 15 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 30 分)
请认真阅读下列短文,从短文后各题所给的 A、B、C、D 四个选项中,选出最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项 涂黑。

A Cell Phones Are the New Cigarettes When you get in your car, you reach for it. When you’re at work, you take a break to have a moment alone with it. When you get into a lift, you play with it. Cigarettes? Cup of coffee? No, it’s the third most addictive thing in modern life, the cell phone. And experts say it is becoming more difficult for many people to curb their longing to hug it more tightly than most of their personal relationships. With its shiny surface, its smooth and satisfying touch, its air of complexity, the cell phone connects us to the world even as it disconnects us from people three feet away. In just the past couple of years, the cell phone has challenged individuals, employers, phone makers and counselors (顾问)in ways its inventors in the late 1940s never imagined. The costs are becoming even more evident, and I don’t mean just the monthly bill. Dr. Chris Knippers, a counselor at the Betty Ford Center in Southern California, reports that the overuse of cell phones has become a social problem not much different from other harmful addictions: a barrier to one-on-one personal contact, and an escape from reality. Sounds extreme, but we’ve all witnessed the evidence: the person at a restaurant who talks on the phone through an entire meal, ignoring his kids around the table; the woman who talks on the phone in the car, ignoring her husband; the teen who texts messages all the way home from school, avoiding contact with kids all around him. Is it just rude, or is it a kind of unhealthiness? And pardon me, but how is this improving the

quality of life? Jim Williams, an industrial sociologist based in Massachusetts, notes that cell-phone addiction is part of a set of symptoms in a widening gulf of personal separation.He points to a study by Duke University researchers that found one-quarter of Americans say they have no one to discuss their most important personal business with. Despite the growing use of phones, e-mail and instant messaging, in other words, Williams says studies show that we don’t have as many friends as our parents. “Just as more information has led to less wisdom, more acquaintances via the Internet and cell phones have produced fewer friends,” he says. If the cell phone has truly had these effects, it’s because it has become very widespread. Consider that in 1987, there were only 1 million cell phones in use. Today, something like 300 million Americans carry them. They far outnumber wired phones in the United States. 56. Which of the following best explains the title of the passage? A. Cell phone users smoke less than they used to. B. Cell phones have become as addictive as cigarettes. C. More people use cell phones than smoke cigarettes. D. Using cell phone is just as cool as smoking cigarettes. 57. The underlined word “curb” in Paragraph 2 means _______. A. rescue B. ignore C. develop D. control 58. The example of a woman talking on the phone in the car supports the idea that ___. A. women use cell phones more often than men B. talking on the phone while driving is dangerous C. cell phones do not necessarily bring people together D. cell phones make one-on-one personal contact easy B Reaching new peaks of popularity in North America is Iceberg Water, which is harvested from icebergs off the coast of Newfoundland, Canada. Arthur von Wiesenberger, who carries the title Water Master, is one of the few water critics in North America. As a boy, he spent time in the larger cities of Italy, France and Switzerland, where bottled water is consumed daily. Even then, he kept a water journal, noting the brands he liked best. “My dog could tell the difference between bottled and tap water,” he says. But is plain tap water all that bad? Not at all. In fact, New York’s municipal water for more than a century was called the champagne of tap water and until recently considered among the best in the world in terms of both taste and purity. Similarly, a magazine in England found that tap water from the Thames River tasted better than several leading brands of bottled water that were 400 times more expensive. Nevertheless, soft-drink companies view bottled water as the next battle-ground for market share—this despite the fact that over 25 percent of bottled water comes from tap water: PepsiCo’s Aquafina and Coca-Cola’s Dasani are both purified tap water rather than spring water. As diners thirst for leading brands, bottlers and restaurateurs salivate (垂涎) over the profits. A restaurant’s typical mark-up on wine is 100 to 150 percent, whereas on bottled water it’s often 300 to 500 percent. But since water is much cheaper than wine, and many of the fancier brands aren’t available in stores, most diners don’t notice or care. As a result, some restaurants are turning up the pressure to sell bottled water. According to an article in The Street Journal, some of the more shameless strategies include placing attractive bottles on the table for a visual sell, listing brands on the menu without prices, and pouring bottled water

without even asking the diners if they want it. Regardless of how it’s sold, the popularity of bottled water taps into our desire for better health, our wish to appear cultivated, and even a longing for lost purity. 59. By saying “My dog could tell the difference between bottled and tap water” (Para.2), Arthur von Wiesenberger wants to convey the message that ________. A. plain tap water is certainly unfit for drinking B. bottled water is clearly superior to tap water C. bottled water often appeals more to dogs’ taste D. dogs can usually detect a fine difference in taste 60. The “fancier brands” (Line 3 Para. 5) refers to ________. A. tap water from the Thames River B. famous wines not sold in ordinary stores C. PepsiCo’s Aquafina and Coca-Cola’s Dasani D. expensive bottled water with impressive names 61. Why are some restaurants turning up the pressure to sell bottled water? A. Bottled water brings in huge profits. B. Competition from the wine industry is intense. C. Most diners find bottled water affordable. D. Bottled water satisfies diners’ desire to be fashionable. 62. According to the passage, why is bottled water so popular? A. It is much cheaper than wine. B. It is considered healthier. C. It appeals to more cultivated people. D. It is more widely promoted in the market. C A federal judge sentenced Bruce Jones to 12 years in federal prison for fraud (诈骗罪). Over a 10-year period, Jones had managed to cheat thousands of people throughout the state out of almost $10 million. He advertised his fantastic ideas on TV. “For some reason,” Jones said, “TV seems to break the ice. Even though you are a total stranger to the viewer, once he sees you on TV in his home, he feels like he knows you. You enter his living room and become a trusted friend.” Jones had an imagination that wouldn’t quit. One time he showed viewers an “official government” earthquake report which “proved” that the western half of California would collapse into the sea within three years. For $100, he said, Jones would insure your house and property for full value. Thousands of people who saw that TV ad sent him a hundred dollars each. In another TV ad, Jones claimed that he had come to an agreement with the federal and state government for exclusive 独享的) rights. He told viewers that, for only $100, they could own the ( air first 10 miles above all their property. You would be able to charge any commercial plane that flew over your property $100 per crossing. You would also be able to charge government rockets, satellites, space shuttles, and space stations $100 for each and every violation of your air rights. Another time, Jones claimed to have invented a product that gets rid of calories. He showed the viewers a spray can of “NoCal.” He said that by simply spraying NoCal on your food, a chemical interaction would cause all the calories in the food to simply disappear within about 10 seconds. The NoCal was only $10 a can. As usual, Jones received thousands of checks in the mail. The judge told Jones that he should be ashamed of himself. Jones responded that he was very ashamed of himself, and that when he got out of prison he hoped to become a TV adviser to help

people avoid getting cheated. He told the judge that he was already developing an instructional CD that, for merely $100, would save people thousands of dollars in scams(骗局). The judge nodded, and then changed Jones’ sentence from 10 years to 12 years. 63. According to Jones, he could successfully cheat many people mainly because _______. A. he promised them a large profit B. they were too eager to make money C. they believed too much in TV ads D. he was skillful in communicating with people 64. Which of the following statements is TRUE? A. Jones felt guilty and was determined to lead a new life. B. Jones was closely related to the state government. C. Western California was in danger of going under the sea. D. Jones showed unusual imagination in his tricks. 65. We can infer that people who wanted to buy “NoCal” from Jones _______. A. were mainly from low income families B. all had a rich knowledge of chemistry C. were probably interested in losing weight D. usually did the shopping through the Internet 66. The judge changed the sentence at last because _______. A. Jones was planning another big scam B. he could hardly believe what Jones had told him C. Jones had cheated more people than he expected D. he had suffered from Jones’ scams himself D The Rugby World Cup is currently being held in New Zealand. The tournament, due to finish on October 23, is living up to the famous English saying, “Rugby is a thug’s(暴徒) game played by gentlemen.” The games are physically aggressive; the tackles (冲 撞) on the pitch are brutal; but the end of each match is a civilized affair. Players shake hands and applaud each other. Of course, the other side to this saying is: “Football is a gentleman’s game played by thugs.” Indeed, unlike soccer players, rugby players don’t often question the referee’s decisions or pretend to be injured when they are not. “Football could learn a lot from rugby,” said Brian Moore, a Rugby former England rugby player. “The wonderful spirit of rugby is: is believed to be a there is a gentlemanly code to it. You play hard on the pitch, violent sport played by but gentlemen. you always respect your opponent.” Rugby is mainly played in Europe, Australia, New Zealand and parts of Africa. “It is more enjoyable to play than soccer because you are always involved in the game,” said Peter, a Welsh rugby coach. “Rugby is also a far superior test of strength, stamina (耐力) and determination.” Most professional rugby players are large, strong and weigh over 90 kilograms. People who

play the sport need to be tough and be prepared to get hurt. Black eyes, broken bones, lost teeth and being knocked unconscious—all these are common injuries. Former British Prime Minister Gordon Brown is blind in one eye thanks to a rugby accident at school. In England, children begin playing the game at school at the age of 8. When they enter high school, many begin to play full contact rugby. Children are taught to play for around one hour a week during their PE lessons. Most schools have a rugby team. Children who play for the school team are usually the sportiest kids, and are seen as brave and athletic. 67. The main purpose of the article is to _______. A. give an introduction to rugby B. compare rugby with football C. show how rugby is taught in England D. point out how violent rugby games are 68. What can be concluded from the first three paragraphs? A. Football players are not real gentlemen. B. There is a better spirit in playing rugby than football. C. Football players are not as athletic as rugby players. D. Brian Moore thinks that rules should be stricter in football. 69. The example of Gordon Brown is mentioned in order to _______. A. prove that playing rugby can earn people fame B. explain why Gordon Brown is blind in one eye C. support the point that rugby players often get hurt D. warn teenagers against playing rugby at school 70. What can we infer from the article? A. Teenagers will lose interest in football. B. English children have a talent for rugby. C. Rugby is not suitable for everyone. D. Playing rugby doesn’t involve skill.

第 II 卷
(请将答案填写在答卷纸上) 第四部分:任务型阅读(共 10 小题;每小题 l 分,满分 l0 分)
请认真阅读下列短文,并根据所读内容在文章后表格中的空格里填入一个最恰当的单词。注意:每个空 格只填 1 个单词。请将答案写在答题卡上相应题号的横线上。

I used to be the messiest person alive. Over the years, through watching others and by trial and error, I have finally found ways to come up with plans, organize them and follow through with them. Make an outline of everything you need to have and do to make your plan happen. Make a list of all of the steps that need to be accomplished and think about what needs to be done. Detail everything thoroughly and read over it so you can start coming up with some mental solutions of how to carry out your plans.

You should ensure that if for some reason way one doesn’t work, you have way two and way three to lean back on. Therefore, different ways are needed at hand. It’s just a matter of being organized. Chances are that there is always more than one way of doing things, and chances are that if one of those ways doesn’t work, one of the other ones will. Committing yourself to finishing at least part if not all of your plan at once is also necessary. It will show that you not only have initiative to get things rolling, but that you are interested in the results obtained with making the move to get everything done. If you make a commitment to finish before a specific time, make sure that you carry that out, and be sure to do everything in the way you said you would, within the time-frame you set for yourself. Don’t try to tackle more things all at a time. All that does is delay your progress, distract you and make you lose your interest, motivation and energy. Carrying out an effective plan requires being as organized as possible. You will only achieve this by sticking to the order of the plan and not deviating or trying to do more at a time. Last but not least, you should never abandon things mid-project. It will only annoy everyone around you including yourself. Unfinished plans are a waste of time, energy and, in some cases, even money. So, don’t be afraid of organization. The older we get, the more necessary it becomes to have the skills to follow through with confidence and to be able to carry through plans in an organized and manageable way. It pays to be organized, after all.

Title: Tips on how to be(71)_____ in your life Tips (73)_____ down your plan. Prepare three (75) _____ ways to carry out your plan. (77) _____ to finish at least part of your plan if not all. Do one thing at once. Finish what you have started. Details (72)_____ ◆List everything you need. To make your plan happen. ◆List the(74)_____ you will follow. To (76) _____ that you can have some other choices when one way doesn’t work. To show yourself you are Do everything(78)_____ determined to get things your own time-frame. started and caring about the results. Stick to the order of your To save your interest, plan. motivation and energy. To get your plan (79)______ out thoroughly. (80)_____ You shouldn’t be afraid of organization because it’s really worthwhile.

第五部分:书面表达(满分 25 分)

下面这幅图片描绘的是一幅反映城市交通堵塞及交通压力问题的场景。请根据你对这幅图片 的理解用英语写一篇短文。你的短文应包含以下内 容: 描述图中所表达的相关信息; 分析此现象的原因; 提出你的建议(至少两条) 。
注意: 可参照下面文章开头所给提示, 1. 作必要的发挥想象。 2. 词数 150 左右。开头已经写好,不计入总词数。

Nowadays, it’s hard to imagine how often you are a victim of traffic jam. ________________________________________________________________________________________
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2013-2014 学年第一学期高三英语期中考试答案


6-10 BACBC

11-15 ACBAC

16-20 CABCA

21-25 CABCD

26-30 BBACA

31-35 BCADC 51-55 ADBCA 67-70 ABCC

36-40 ADABD 41-45 CCABD 46-50 ACDCB

56-58 BDC

59-62 BDAB

63-66 CDCA

71. organized/organized 74. steps 77. Promise

72. Purposes/Aims/Goals 75. different

73. Write/Put/Take 76. ensure 80. Conclusion

78. within

79. carried

作文 书面表达范文 (One possible version) It so happens that while you are on the way, the whole traffic is gradually down to even a complete stop: buses are not running in the bus-only lane; the lines of cars twist like snakes; some brave motorcyclists wind their way between cars and buses; bicycle riders are so scared as some of the cars turn to use their lane moving ahead, and force bicycles to give way.
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Some people think the fact that there are too many private cars has contributed to the frequent traffic jam. However, I hold a different point of view. Drivers’ ignorance of traffic rules is the root of the issue. To raise people’s awareness of public traffic rules is a key to avoiding bad traffic. Of course, it doesn’t mean that our local department is exempt from their obligations that safe and smooth traffic is guaranteed under a scientific management.

听力原稿 (Text 1) M: My friend bought an online game which I can play with him, if I buy it too. W: But you just bought that new tennis game and shooting game last month. (Text 2)
W: Didn’t you say you would wash the dishes? M: Uh, yes, I mean… after the news… W: Oh, I see. Maybe next time I’ll make dinner after the news too. M: OK, OK, I’ll do it right now. (Text 3) W: Do you mind if I open the window? M: We need to keep it quiet here. (Text 4) M: What’s the delay? I’ve been waiting for an hour. W: You’ll be here for another thirty minutes at least. The police aren’t letting anyone through until six. M: I should’ve stayed at the office. (Text 5) W: Uh-oh. Looks like there’s a problem. M: Yeah, I’m afraid so. Last Friday this elevator was out of service all day long. W: Do you think I should press the emergency button? M: No, let’s just wait a minute or two first. It may start by itself again. (Text 6) M: Oh no! I can’t find my wallet!
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W: Your wallet? How is that possible? M: Yes. At the movies, I had paid for the popcorn and drinks. Did I leave it there? W: No, I don’t think so. Because you gave me $10 for the hot dogs after the movies at that new hot dog place. M: After that we went to the convenience store. You paid for the chocolate there. W: Yeah. And then I paid for the taxi ride back home. Right! I know where you left it! (Text 7) W: Of course I’ll pick you up, Kevin. You’re my favorite cousin. Great. I’ll see you at three o’clock! Have a great trip! Bye. (Phone rings.) Hello? M: Claudia? It’s Professor Albee. W: Oh, hi, Professor Albee. How are you? M: Fine, thanks. Ms Leska is sick today. She has a class from 2 to 4 p.m. Can you teach her class? W: Oh, sorry. My cousin is visiting this week from Seattle and he arrives today at three. M: Oh, I see. Gee, I don’t know what to do… W: Well…wait. Listen, my roommate Tara can go to the bus station and meet my cousin. Ms Leska always helps me. M: That’s great! Thanks a lot! See you at 1:30. W: Bye. (Text 8) W: Paul, how long have you been in the music business? M: For about 20 years, I guess. I’ve never had another job, no, never. I’ve only been a musician. W: How old were you when you started playing? M: It was when I was just a kid, I taught myself to play. I tried a few instruments… first the drum---that was when I was only 5, in 1981. After that it was the piano, and then later keyboards. W: When did you start playing professionally? M: While I was still at school. I left school at 16. I was playing in a band, working on Saturday evenings in pubs and clubs. When I left school, my only ambition was to be in a pop group. (Text 9) W: Who wrote this? It’s completely wrong!
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M: What do you mean? W: Just look at it! The accident wasn’t on Thursday! It was on Tuesday! The accident happened at lunchtime! Really you should remember the facts. It was a girl, not a boy lying on the road, and she hadn’t tripped over anything. She had just slipped because the road was wet from the rain. M: OK. Everything about the truck and car is right? W: I don’t believe you. Why do you think there was a truck? M: Well, the article says so. W: Don’t believe everything you read. It was a minibus. And the minibus driver was fine. The person who flew out was a passenger at the front of the minibus. M: So it should be bad news for a passenger on the minibus. And I guess the information about the car is correct? W: It is, but I think that is personal information and we shouldn’t print it in the newspaper, so cancel the entire paragraph. M: OK. (Text 10) M: OK, so my friends, they convinced me to go on this hiking trip through the mountains. Eight of us, we were going to go for a week, hiking through the mountains, backpacking, carrying all the equipment on us, so that we could camp out and cook over a fire and everything. We ended up camping out every single night. Two of the nights were really nice because it was clear. The sky was clear so you could see all the stars. It was warm, and it was beautiful. But on the second-to-last night, we had a huge thunderstorm. It scared us to death. You know, we were out there in the middle of nowhere, and we were wet and scared, but it was OK, because the next day it was warm, sunny, and all of our stuff got to dry out, so it worked out OK. We covered about 200 miles in one week. We were really moving.

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