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重庆市三峡名校联盟高 2013 级 3 月联考
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英语试题卷共 12 页。满分 150 分。考试时间 120 分钟。 注意事项: 1.答题前,务必将自己的姓名、准考证号填写在答题卡规定的位置上。 2.答选择题时,必须使用 2B 铅笔将答题卡上对应题目的答案标号涂黑,如需改动, 用橡皮擦擦干净后,再选涂其他答案标号。 3.答非选择题时,必须使用 0.5 毫米黑色签字笔,将答案书写在答题卡规定的位置 上。 4.所有题目必须在答题卡上作答,在试题卷上答题无效。 一、听力(共三节,满分 30 分) 第一节(共 5 小题;每小题 1.5 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. Where are the two speakers probably? A. On the first floor. B. On the fourth flood. 2. What can we learn from the conversation? A. One likes the football, but the others don’t. B. Neither of them likes the football match. C. Both of them like the football match. 3. What are the speakers mainly talking about? A. A job opportunity. B. A general manager. 4. How is the man feeling? A. disappointed. B. encouraged. 5. What can we learn about City Angels? It’s a TV play. B. It’s a love story. 第二节(共 12 小题;每小题 1.5 分,满分 18 分) 听下面 4 段对话,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,各小题将给出 5 秒钟的作答时间,每段对话读两遍。 请听第 6 段材料,回答第 6 至 8 题。
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C. On the fifth floor.

C. A big travel agency. C. Delighted. C. It’s about war.

6. When will the man go to town? A. Tomorrow morning. B. This afternoon. 7. What does Linda want the man to do? A. Have a film developed. B. Go shopping. C. Go to the movie. 8. What will the man probably do next? A. Write a letter. B. Make a list. 请听第 7 段材料,回答第 9 至 11 题。 9. What will Johnny do on Tuesday? A. See a film. B. Have a dinner outside. C. Go swimming. 10. What do we learn about the pool in Park Road? A. It’s more crowded than the one in town. B. It’s much bigger than the one in town. C. It’s more expensive than the one in town. 11. Who will Johnny have a dinner with on Tuesday? A. His sister. B. Anna. 请听第 8 段材料,回答第 12 至 14 题。 12. What do we know about the restaurant? A. It’s expensive. B. It’s self-helpful. 13. How much will the two speakers pay for the meal? A. $50. B. $150. 14. What do they think about the food? A. It’s unworthy. B. It’s worthy. C. It’s different to different people. 请听第 9 段材料,回答第 15 至 17 题。 15. What can we learn from the conversation? A. The man is fresh to the woman. B. The woman has changed her office. C. Mr. Graber is waiting. 16. Why does the man come to the woman? A. To attend a meeting. B. To meet Mr. Graber.
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C. Tomorrow afternoon.

C. Take some pictures.

C. The woman.

C. It’s not various. C. $100.

C. To visit her new office. 17. What do we know about the man? A. He is always busy at work. B. He always travels a lot. C. It has taken him a short time to get there. 第三节(共 3 小题;每小题 1.5 分,满分 4.5 分) 听下面一段独白,用所听到的独白中的词或数填空,每空限填一个词或一个数。听 本段独白前,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。本段独白读两遍。 听第 10 段材料,回答第 18 至 20 题。 Hong Kong Film Festival
Films Peter Pan Time 7:30 pm on 18 Theatres City Entertainment Tickets $60 for adults $35 for children and

students Alice in Wonderland 7:30 pm on City 19 Theatre $50 for adults $ 20 for children

Saturday

and students

二、单项选择(共 15 小题,每小题 1 分,满分 15 分) 请从 A. B. C. D 四个选项中选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项, 并在答题卡上将该选 项的标号涂黑。 21. Awarded ______ 2012 Nobel Prize in Literature, Mo Yan, ______ productive contemporary Chinese writer, has published dozens of short stories related to the countryside. A. a; a B. the; a C. 不填; a D. a; the 22. His first lecture is of great use to our development. But his latest one is ______ worth attending. A. better B. more C. very D. much 23. After a pause for a drink, I took up my story just _______ I had left off. A. what B. that C. which D. where 24. He insisted the person referred ______ put into prison at once. A. is B. be C. to be D. should be 25. You have to take some necessities such as ropes, a flash, boots, ______ you may get lost in the mountain if going hiking. A. so that B. in order that C. now that D. in case
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26. —Want to have the bungee jumping with me? —It’s out of the question! I ______ a try even if you paid me a million dollars! A. would have B. wouldn’t have C. would have had D. wouldn’t have had 27. –The Modern Art Exhibition in the City Museum has been canceled. –Oh, no! ______ A. It’s a pity. B. It doesn’t matter. C. I knew it already. D. It’s not interesting at all. 28. Yao Ming, now a student of Shanghai Jiaotong University majoring in financial management, _______basketball in NBA for nine years. A. has played B. was playing C. has been playing D. played 29. ______, as long as I’m with nature, I don’t care. A. However tough is the journey B. Whatever tough is the journey C. However tough the journey is D. Whatever tough the journey is 30. We are seeking a prime minister, ______ who will devote himself to the interest of the country. A. he B. him C. that D. one 31. How long do you think _______ the conflict between Japan and China comes to an end? A. will it be until B. will it be when C. it will be before D. it will be that 32. The traffic administration indicates that airline passengers are only allowed to carry their luggage _______ less than 5 kilograms with them. A. weighed B. being weighed C. weighing D. to weigh 33. —Mr. Smith, why are you always asking me to do the difficult work? —Because you _______ do such a thing and nobody else is fit for it. A. would B. should C. can D. may 34. —________ two months enough for the project to be finished? —I am afraid not. The professor is ill and only after he recovers ______ go on with it. A. Is; he can B. Are; he can C. Are; can he D. Is; can he 35. ______ is surprising to us is that Tom, for _______ English was once boring, can speak English fluently as though he were a native speaker. A. As; whom B. What; whose C. It; whose D. What; whom 三、完形填空 (共 20 小题;每小题 1.5 分,满分 30 分) 阅读下面两篇短文,掌握大意,然后从 36—55 各题所给的四个选项(A、B、C 和 D)中,选出最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该选项的标号涂黑。
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A Fred and his wife Edna went to the state fair every year. Every year Fred would say, "Edna, I'd like to 36 in that airplane." And every year Edna would say, "I know Fred, but that airplane ride 37 ten dollars, and ten dollars is ten dollars." One year Fred and Edna went to the fair again and Fred said, "Edna, I'm 71 years old. If I don't ride that airplane this year I may never get another 38 ." Edna replied, "Fred, the airplane ride needs ten dollars, and ten dollars is ten dollars." The 39 overheard them and said, "Folks, I'll make you a 40 . I'll take you both up for a ride. If you can stay 41 for the entire ride and not say one word, I won't 42 you, but if you say one word, it's ten dollars." Fred and Edna agreed and 43 they went. The pilot did all kinds of twists and turns, rolls and dives, but not a word was heard. He did all his 44 over again, but still not a word. They 45 and the pilot turned to Fred, "By golly, I did everything I could think of to get you to yell out, but you 46 ." Fred replied, "Well, I was going to say something when Edna 47 out of the plane, but you know ten dollars is ten dollars." 36. A. sit 37. A. loses 38. A. job 39. A. pilot 40. A. promise 41. A. safe 42. A. charge 43. A. up 44. A. deeds 45. A. climbed 46. A. failed 47. A. walked B. ride B. pays B. unit B. policeman B. plan B. quiet B. punish B. down B. tricks B. flew B. didn’t B. ran C. sleep C. costs C. family C. stranger C. request C. kind C. carry C. in D. hide D. benefits D. chance D. friend D. deal D. strong D. want D. out

C. flights D. attractions C. landed D. stopped C. forgot D. moved C. fell D. looked B In our life, we will have a lot of time to feel low. If there’s one thing that ruins us, which 48 us from doing what we’re 49 capable of and prevents us from achieving our dreams, it is fear of 50 . Many of us go through our lives never knowing what we could have done and what has often been heard is that if only we hadn’t given up our 51 . What if you had given up on 52 to talk, walk, read, ride a bike, or any other
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achievements before you were even five years old? How

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would your life have turned

out if you’d given up instead of 54 with them? Now, how different has your life been because of the goals you gave up? Because you were afraid that you would fail, how many experiences and opportunities have you 55 out on because you couldn’t get past that invisible barrier of fear!? 48. A. increases B. stops C. inspires D. helps 49. A. truly B. hardly C. honestly D. easily 50. A. death B. trouble C. sorrow D. failure 51. A. plans B. jobs C. dreams D. lives 52. A. trying 53. A. strange 54. A. playing 55. A. missed B. learning B. poor B. covering B. picked C. practicing C. successful C. sticking C. taken D. studying D. different D. moving D. looked

四、阅读理解(共 20 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 40 分) 阅读下列短文,从各题所给的四个选项(A、B、C 和 D)中,选出最佳选项,并在 答题卡上将该选项的标号涂黑。 A That summer I drank every day, everywhere I went. I had a bottle in my drawer next to me and a bottle next to my bed. I never did another drug, but I drank so much that my family finally asked a priest for help. My father gave me a bottle of medicine for alcoholism that produces unpleasant symptoms when users drink alcohol. I drank while taking it, which made me very sick. And I still drank. When the priest came, he said, "Jimmy, doctors said that with your diseases and the amount of drinking you’re doing, you’d be lucky to live another six months. So your choice is either to stop drinking and live or to continue drinking and die within six months.‖ I said, "I know I can't stop, so guess I'll have to die." The priest told my family what I said. My little brother–who is like my soul mate, looked at me with tears in his eyes and said, "But we don't want you to die." All I could think of was how desperately I had to get out of that room at that moment and have a drink. But I finally stopped drinking. I was on the care team of my dentist Russell. A lot of people in New York knew him. At the time he was the most famous dentist in the city. He drank heavily and was also with AIDS, so I was selected to be on his care team. Everybody on the team was sober (清醒) but me. He went through dementia (痴呆) and died so quickly before my eyes. I stopped drinking and I’ve been with the disease for 35 years now. 56. Why did the author’s father give him the bottle of medicine?
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A. He wanted him to cure his illness. B. He was trying to keep him dying. C. He thought the medicine could make him sick. D. He believed it could prevent him drinking. 57. What did the priest mean by saying to the author ―…you’d be lucky to live another six months‖ in the second paragraph? A. The author would die after six weeks. B. The author was too lucky to live for six months. C. The author could hardly live for six months. D. The author’s luck was only six months. 58. How did the author stop drinking? A. The dentist Russell helped him to stop it. B. He was persuaded by the dentist Russell’s death. C. His care team managed to inspire him. D. His little brother’s soul saved him. 59. What can we learn from the above story? A. Drinking heavily increases AIDS patients’ illness. B. Priests can cure many AIDS patients’ illnesses. C. Drug taking and heavily drinking can cure AIDS patients. D. Team work and patience can cure AIDS patients. B Aggie Bonfire (篝火) was a long-standing tradition at Texas A&M University as part of the college rivalry (竞争) with the University of Texas at Austin. For 90 years, Texas A&M students—known as Aggies—built and burned a bonfire on campus each autumn. Known to the Aggie community simply as "Bonfire", the annual autumn event symbolized Aggie students' "burning desires‖. The bonfire was traditionally lit around Thanksgiving in connection with festivities surrounding the annual college football game. Although early Bonfires were little more than piles of trash, as time passed, the annual event became more organized. Over the years the bonfire grew bigger, setting the world record in 1969. Bonfire remained a university tradition for decades until, in 1999, a collapse during construction killed twelve people—eleven students and one former student—and injured twenty-seven others. The accident led Texas A&M to declare a pause on an official Bonfire. However, in 2002, a student-sponsored-and-off-campus "Student Bonfire" came up. In 2003, the event became known as Student Bonfire. In a design approved by a professional engineer, Student Bonfire uses a wedding cake design, but, in a departure from
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tradition, every log in the stack (堆) touches the ground. For added support, four 24 feet poles are spaced evenly around the stack and then bolted to the 45 feet center pole with a steel pipe. Since the group does not receive funding, Student Bonfire charges a fee to each attendee to cover expenses. Attendance for Student Bonfire ranges from 8,000–15,000 people and the event is held in Brazos County or one of the surrounding counties. 60. When did Aggie Bonfire come into being? A. In 2003. B. 1999. C. 1909. D. 2002. 61. Which of the following statements is true according to the above passage? A. Texas A&M University started Aggie Bonfire. B. The University of Texas at Austin started Students Bonfire. C. Texas A&M University and The University of Texas started Students Bonfire. D. Texas A&M University and The University of Texas started Aggie Bonfire. 62. Why did Aggie Bonfire once stop? A. Too many people wanted to join in it. B. Some serious accidents occurred during the activity. C. It ran out of fund and then stopped. D. There were no official supports. 63. Which of the following might serve as the best title of the whole passage? A. From Aggie Bonfire to Student Bonfire. B. A brief history of American Bonfire. C. Why not join Bonfire? D. Bonfire in Texas of the United States. C The Danish (丹麦) architect of the iconic Sydney Opera House, Jorn Utzon, has died at the age of 90, after suffering a heart attack. Mr. Utzon, an award-winning architect, put "Denmark on the world map with his great talent," said Danish Culture Minister Carina Christensen. Having won a competition in 1957 to design the building, he left the project before it opened in 1973. Mr. Utzon never visited the completed landmark, after disputes about costs. He had quarreled with the Australian client and the costs overran by 1,000%. Even decades later, he declined invitations to return to Australia, but did design, with his son, a new wing which opened in 2006. In 1998 he said, "It's part of education–I can't be bitter about anything in life." Most of the interior(内部)of the opera house was not completed according to his plans after government-appointed
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architects took over the job. The Sydney Opera House planned to dim the lights on the sail-shaped roof on Sunday to mark Mr. Utzon's death. The chairman of Sydney Opera House Trust, Kim Williams, said, "Jorn Utzon was an architectural and creative genius who gave Australia and the world a great gift. Sydney Opera House is core to our national cultural identity and a source of great pride to all Australians. It has become the most globally recognized symbol of our country." Mr. Utzon also designed the National Assembly of Kuwait and several prominent buildings in Denmark. Danish Minister of Culture Carina Christensen paid tribute to him, saying, "Jorn Utzon will be remembered as one of the Danes who in the 20th century put Denmark on the world map with his great talent." Mr. Utzon won several international awards, including the Alvar Aalto Medal for architecture and France's Legion of Honour. In 2003 he won the prestigious Pritzker Architecture Prize for his design of the opera house. 64. Which of the following is true about Mr. Jorn Utzon? A. He was born in Demark and worked in Australia. B. He left Australia before his design was completed. C. He refused to go back to visit the Opera House all his life. D. He disagreed with the government client on the building materials. 65. From the above passage we may NOT know ______. A. what Mr. Utzon has contributed to the world B. the exact time of Mr. Utzon’s birth and death C. whether he had a family or not D. when Opera House was completed 66. What did the Opera House plan to do to mark its designer’s death? A. A memorial party would be held on Sunday. B. Another award would be given out to Mr. Utzon’s son. C. The lights on the roof of Opera House would become less bright. D. Another wing would be designed to remember Mr. Utzon. 67. The most proper title of the above passage might be ______. A. Sydney Opera House architect dies B. Life of Mr. Utzon, a Great architect C. Designer and builder of Opera House D. Awards of the Opera House Architect
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D Earlier this year, the Environmental Protection Agency proposed a stricter nationwide health standard for smog-causing pollutants that would bring substantial benefits to millions of Americans. With a final rule expected by the end of this month, some opponents, mainly from industrial and oil-producing states, are pushing back. They say investments required to produce cleaner air are too expensive and not scientifically justified. Lisa Jackson, the E.P.A. administrator, needs to stick to her guns. This is only the first of several political tests to come this fall, as she also seeks to tighten rules governing individual pollutants like mercury and global warming gases like carbon dioxide. The health standard she is proposing covers ground-level ozone, commonly known as smog, which is formed when sunlight mixes with pollutants from factories, refineries, power plants and automobiles. Ozone is a major health threat, contributing to heart disease and various respiratory (呼吸道的) problems. Ms. Jackson’s proposal—to reduce the permitted level of smog in the air from the current 75 parts per billion to between 60 parts per billion and 70 parts per billion—is sensible, no matter what industry’s defenders may claim. It had been recommended by the agency’s independent scientific panel but rejected by the Bush administration, which proposed a weaker standard. Industry will have to make investments in cleaner power plants, and new technologies may be required. As it is, about half the counties that monitor ozone levels are not yet in compliance with current standards, let alone the proposed standard. Fears about burdening industry raised by critics like George Voinovich, a Republican of Ohio, and Mary Landrieu, a Democrat of Louisiana, cannot be dismissed out of hand, especially in the middle of a recession (萧条). But the health benefits, E.P.A. says, far outweigh the costs, and the time frame for compliance (服从) is generous. 68. Why are some people strongly against a stricter limitation of smog-caused pollutants? A. Because they have to live a poorer life. B. Because they think they have to spend more money. C. Because they hold different political view. D. Because they want to make more money. 69. What does Ms Jackson propose to do? A. To reduce the permitted smog level as much as possible. B. To raise the permitted smog level as much as possible. C. To keep the permitted smog level from 60 to 70 to 75 parts per billion. D. To lower the permitted smog level from 75 to 60 to 70 parts per billion. 70. What is the attitude of the author to the smog-controlling issue?
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A. Objective.

B. Subjective.

C. Critical.

D. Unknown.

71. Which of the following can serve as the best title of the whole passage? A. Cleaner power plant on the way. B. Say no to smog pollutants. C. Lower smog pollutant, better our life. D. Debate on smog pollutants. E Never argue with one's own understanding. The whisper of intelligence is always there, whatever you do. If you create a time lag (隔绝层) between the whisper of intelligence and understanding in you and your action, then you are preventing the brain from growing into a new size. When you argue with intelligence, when you postpone acting according to understanding then there is confusion, the brain gets confused. The voice of understanding, the voice of intelligence has insecurity about it. How do you know that it is the right thing? So we tend to ignore it. Instead we accept authority. We obey. But the brain cannot be orderly, competent, accurate and precise if you do not listen to it, if you have no respect. We are so busy with the outside world and its force that the world that is inside us does not command that respect and reverence (敬重), that care and concern from us. So one has to be a disciple (信徒) of one's own understanding, and look upon that understanding as the master. Sometimes one may commit a mistake, it might be the whim (念头) of the ego and we might mistake the whim, the wish of the ego for the voice of silence and intelligence, but that we have to discover. Unless you commit mistakes, how do you learn to discriminate between the false and the true? In learning there is bound to be a little insecurity, a possibility of committing mistakes. Why should one be terribly afraid of committing mistakes? So instead of accepting the authority of habits and conditionings, while one is moving one watches, and when there is a suggestion, do not neglect, ignore, or insult the whisper from within and from one's own intelligence. 72. What will happen if you refuse to follow your own understanding according to the above passage? A. Your brain will become smaller. B. You will never get help from authority. C. You will hardly know the world. D. Your own intelligence will stop growing.
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73. What is the function of committing mistakes from the view of the author? A. Mistakes can make one practical. B. Mistakes can make one know the facts. C. Mistakes can allow one more time to develop. D. Mistakes can improve one’s judgment. 74. The whole passage is developed by ______. A. facts and ideas B. reasoning and explaining C. scientific experiments D. arguing and debating 75. The best title of the passage might be ______. A. Never argue with your own understanding B. Never believe any authority while arguing C. Never neglect whispers from around you D. Never stop training yourself.

五. 写作(共两个写作任务,满分 35 分) 写作一(满分 15 分) 结合材料,按要求用英文写作,词数不 少于 60。 In your English class, your teacher shows you the picture beside. Please describe it and say something about it. 要求: (1)就此材料发表你的感想; (2)应紧扣材料,有明确的观点; (3)请在答题卡上作答。

写作二(满分 20 分) 假如你是高三(1)班班长李华,为了结合学校开展的“理想教育‖活动,学校决定 举办一场以“我有一个梦想”为主题的英语演讲比赛。请根据以下提示用英语写一篇演 讲稿。内容要点如下: ■你的梦想 ■说明理由
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■如何实现 注意:1. 2. 3. 4. 可根据内容需要适当发挥,使行文连贯; 不可出现自己学校,班级和姓名的信息; 字数:80 字以上(演讲稿开头和结尾语已给出,不计入总词数) ; 请在答题卡上作答。

Dear fellow students, I am Li Hua from Class One Senior Three and I’m so pleased to share my dream with you here.

That’s all. Thank you.

三峡名校联盟高 2013 级 3 月联考
英语试题参考答案及听力录音材料 参考答案 一、听力(每小题 1.5 分,满分 30 分) 1—5 CCAAB 6—10 BABCB 11—15 CBCAB 16—17 BB 18. 18. Friday 19. Hall 20. 30 二、单项选择(每小题 1 分,满分 15 分) 21—25 BADCD 26—30 BADCD 31—35 CCCDD 三、完形填空(每小题 1.5 分,满分 30 分) 36—40 BCDAD 41—45 BAABC 46—50 BCBAD 51—55 CBDCA 四、阅读理解(每小题 2 分,满分 40 分) 56—60 DCBAC 61—65 ABACB 66—70 CABDA 71—75 CDDBA 五、写作(共 35 分) 写作一(满分 15 分) In the picture, two hunters are arguing about the way to have their game cooked, but
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anyhow, they are ignoring that their chance is flying away. How foolish they both are. In our daily life, we on occasion encounter the same situation. What we are focusing on is not the way to accomplish the task, but only the achievement yet to be obtained, which surely wastes our chances and energy without any actual result of our effort. So we must try to avoid such kind of things happening in our life. 写作二(满分 20 分) Dear fellow students, I am Li Hua from Class One Senior Three and I’m so pleased to share my dream with you here. My dream is to be a scientist in space exploration. As is known to all, space is to be explored and known to us human beings, so more and more countries are trying their best to have a hand in it because space research can demonstrate a nation’s power and prosperity. To realize my dream, I firstly should focus on the science courses at school so that I can establish a sound foundation for my further study. Secondly, what I should do is read widely about the recent findings about space to get better preparation about my field. Of course I would choose space research as my major in my favorite university and spare no effort to realize it. That’s all. Thank you.

听力录音材料 Text 1 W: Excuse me, I’m looking for Mr. Tang. M: Oh, he is not on this floor. He is on the fourth floor. Go down the stairs and turn left. Text 2 W: What did you think of the football match on TV last night? M: It’s great. W: I think so, too. And TV station should air more sports games. Text 3 W: Look, it says they want a sales manager and it seems like it’s a big company. M: That’ll be good. So you might have to travel a lot. W: Do they say something about the experience?
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Text 4 W: So you’re leaving for the US tonight? M: Don’t ask. I’m not going. W: Why? M: Because I have to stay here for a meeting with my boss. W: Oh, well, never mind. Now you can come to Helen’s party tonight. Text 5 W: Are you going to see City of Angels? M: Bo, actually I already saw it. I’m going to see Saving Private Ryan? W: Oh, that’s a great movie. What did you think about City of Angels? M: I love it. It’s very romantic. Text 6 M: I’m going into town this afternoon. Is there anything I can do for you, Linda? W: Oh, yes, please. If you could have this film developed for me, I would be most grateful. M: Sure. Anything else? W: Oh, yes, I almost forgot. If it’s not too much trouble, could you get me some stamps and envelops, and … M: Hey, just a moment, Linda. I’m afraid I’ll have to make a list of the things you want me to do. Now, one by one, I’m at your service. Text 7 W: Hi, Johnny. Do you want to go to the cinema on Tuesday? M: Sorry, I can’t. I’m going swimming with Anna. W: Oh, where are you going to swim? M: At the big pool in Park Road. W: Is it better than the one in town? M: Yes, it’s much bigger and more modern. W: I must try it some day. What are you doing on Thursday? M: I haven’t decided yet. Shall we eat at the French Restaurant? W: I went there last week. It was very expensive. The Chinese one down the road is much cheaper. M: What’s it called? W: Beijing Roast Duck Restaurant? M: Oh, yes, I know the one. Let’s try it. Text 8 M: So, Mary, what do you think of the food? W: Oh, it’s great. For $50 per person, we can have Chinese, Japanese, Italian and French food.
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It’s an incredible deal. I wonder if they can really make money out of it. M: Sure, they can. You see, everything is taken into account. They figure a person’s stomach can only handle this much, even when it’s empty. W: That’s true. We’ll never get our money’s worth, no matter how hungry we are. M: Except if you only pick the expensive variety. W: For example? M: For example, seafood, roast beef, mutton shop and so on. W: But again one can’t consume that much seafood. Too much of it can make you uncomfortable. M: You’re right. Oh, well, let’s just enjoy the variety and take it slowly. Text 9 M: Good morning, nice to see you again. W: Very nice to see you, too. M: On, thank you. But, erm, this is not the office I came to before, surely? W: No, you’re quite right. Our other office is being redecorated and we have just been moved here temporarily. It’s not really very convenient. But we’ve hoping it won’t be for very long. M: Oh, I know, it’s dreadful when you have to move office. Terrible. Er, Mr. Graber, is he in? I have an appointment. W: Yes, he is expecting you, of course, but I’m sorry, he’s not here at the moment. He’s been held up at one of his meetings. He called ten minutes ago. Can you wait a few minutes? M: Oh, sure. W: Fine. Erm, have you come a long way this time? M: Well, I’ve been traveling all over Europe for three weeks now, almost non-stop. W: Sounds rather exciting. Where have you been? M: Oh, I’ve been visiting most of the branches, looking at the various design centers and departments that we have. Text 10 Welcome to the Hong Kong Film Festival sponsored by the Hong Kong Cultural Centre. I’d like to tell you a little about the films that will be showing. The first film on our list is Peter Pan. As you already know, it is about a boy who never grows up. The three children of Darling family receive a visit from Peter Pan, who takes them to Never Never Land where an ongoing war with the evil Pirate Captain Hook is taking place. This film will be showing at the City entertainment Center on Friday night at 7:30. Tickets are $60 for adults, and $35 for children and students. We have another film called Alice in Wonderland. The story starts with Alice, who is very
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bored and so her mind begins to wander. She sees a white rabbit which appears to be in a hurry. She follows it into its rabbit hole and enters the merry world of Wonderland, where she meets the Queen of Hearts and her army of playing cards. Alice in Wonderland will be shown at the City Hall Theatre on Saturday night at 7:30. Tickets are $50 each for adults and $30 for children and students.

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