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 整理 资源来源网络(https://www.kuaiwen.net)” 荆州中学2018届高三第二次月考英语卷 本试卷分第I卷(选择题)和第II卷(非选择题)两部分。共150分。 第I卷 第一部分:听力(共两节, 满分30分) 做题时,先将答案标在试卷上。录音内容结束后,你将有两分钟的时间将试卷上的答案转涂到答题卡上。 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. What does the man imply? A. He doesn’t care. B. He is very satisfied. C. He is a little disappointed. 2. How did the woman feel just now? A. Excited. B. Bored. C. Scared. 3. Where does the woman want to go tonight? A. To the supermarket.	B. To the theater. C. To a restaurant. 4. What is the woman worried about? A. Missing her flight. B. Having a traffic accident. C. Being late for the football game. 5. Why does the man want another credit card? A. To pay for a car. B. To buy more things he needs. C. To get a higher credit score. 第二节(共15小题;每小题1.5分,满分22.5分) 听下面5段对话或独白。每段对话或独白后有几个小题,从题中所给的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7题。 6. Who is Guy? A. The man. B. A horse. C. The woman’s brother. 7. Which part of the girl’s body is hurt? A. Her leg. B. Her head. C. Her neck. 听第7段材料,回答第8至9题。 8. What does the man think about the sweater? A. It’s ugly. B. It’s classic. C. It’s beautiful. 9. Who picked the color? A. The public. B. Clothing producers. C. Fashion designers. 听第8段材料,回答第10至12题。 10. When did the doctors think the uncle would die? A. Within a few years. B. Within several months. C. Within a few days. 11. What did the woman do with her uncle? A. They played video games. B. She took him to his appointments. C. She brought him to the park. 12. According to the woman, what has helped Uncle Jim get better? A. The medicine. B. Being out of the hospital. C. Laughter. 听第9段材料,回答第13至16题。 13. What probably happened to the man? A. He got an offer for a new job. B. He got fired from his job. C. He quit his job. 14. Why is the woman worried? A. The man doesn’t like to work. B. Her business isn’t doing well. C. The man won’t be able to pay the rent. 15. Where did Daniel use to work? A. At a theater. B. At a sandwich shop. C. At a coffee house. 16. How will the woman help the man? A. By finding a good lawyer for him. B. By helping him start a new business. C. By hiring him to work at her business. 听第10段材料,回答第17至20题。 17. How will the students feel about this news? A. Bored. B. Amazed. C. Challenged. 18. When will the class go on the trip? A. In winter. B. In spring. C. In summer. 19. What is one thing the class will be doing in Paris? A. Visiting the Eiffel Tower. B. Going to famous museums. C. Studying at a Paris high school. 20. What competition will the class have? A. A language contest.	B. A boat race against another class. C. A human chess game. 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,从每篇短文后所给各题的四个选项(A、B、C和D)中,选出最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 A The London Travelcard is a paper ticket that is valid on all London public transport. Online exclusive: you can not buy a paper 7 Day Travelcard from Underground stations in London — it can only be bought in advance. Unlimited travel: the Travelcard gives you unlimited travel on London’s public transport network. No queuing: while other visitors wait in line at the train station with their heavy bags, you’ll be ready to travel as soon as you arrive in London. Low prices: a Travelcard is of great value, and you get a discount on the Tames Riverboats and Emirates Air Line cable car. Should I buy an Anytime Travelcard or an Off Peak Travelcard? It depends on what time of the day you will be travelling: Anytime Travelcards can be used at any time; Off Peak Travelcards are cheaper, but cannot be used on Monday to Friday before 9:30 am. Which zones do I need a Travelcard for? The center of London, including most major attractions, is in Zones 1–2. Most suburban (郊区的) areas of London, including Wembley Stadium and Wimbledon Tennis Club, are within Zones 1-4. Almost the whole of London, including Heathrow and London City Airports, is in Zones 1-6. To check which zones the areas you want to visit are in, see the full map of the London transport network. Tickets prices: Zones 1–2 Zones 1–3 Zones 1–4 Zones 1–5 Zones 1–6 1 Day Anytime N/A N/A Adult: 12.10 Child: 6.00 N/A Adult: 17.20 Child: 8.60 1 Day Off Peak N/A N/A N/A N/A Adult: 12.10 Child: 6.00 7 Day Anytime Adult: 32.40 Child: 16.20 Adult: 38.00 Child: 19.00 Adult: 46.50 Child: 23.30 Adult: 55.20 Child: 27.60 Adult: 59.10 Child: 29.60 Single Journey N/A N/A N/A N/A Adult: 6.00 Child: 3.00 Adult: (16+)	Child :(11-15) — Under 11 travel free, 11+ need their own travel ticket. N/A: Not available London Travelcards can be used on : London Underground (the Tube) Overground and National Rail trains in London London buses (in any Zone, irrespective of the zones shown on the ticket) Trams (有轨电车) in South London Docklands Light Railway (DLR) You can also get a 33% discount on river boats and a 25% discount in the Emirates Air Line cable car. 21. Which of the following statement is true about the London Travlecard? A. you can buy it from Underground stations in London B. it saves you a lot of time waiting in line to get a ticket. C. its price is based on how many times you want to travel. D. With it you can get a discount on all transport in London. 22. If you want to travel from central London to Wembley Stadium after 10 am and stay at your friend’s home nearby for two days, a ______ is your best choice. A. 1 Day Anytime Travlecard for Zones 1–4. B. 1 Day Off Peak Travlecard for Zones 1–6. C. Single Journey Travlecard for Zones 1–6. D. 7 Day Anytime Travlecard for Zones 1–4. 23. If Jack is planning to take his two kids (aged 10 and 16) to travel in the centre of London with the 7 Day Anytime tickets, he should pay ______. A. 32.40 B. 48.60	C. 64.80 D. 81.00 24. A London Travelcard for Zones 1–4 can Not be used on ______. A. London buses in Zones 1–6 B. National Rail trains in central London C. the Docklands Light Railway within Zone 4 D. the London Underground to get to the airports. B On the day the tornado hit, there was no indication that severe weather was on its way—the sky was blue and the sun had been out. The first alert my husband, Jimmy, 67, and I, 65, got came around 9 p.m., from some scrolling text on the TV Jimmy was watching. He ran upstairs to find me in our third-floor bedroom, and we changed the channel from the presidential primary debate I had been watching to our local Pensacola, Florida, station. No sooner had we found coverage of the tornado than it was on top of us. It was the loudest thing I have ever heard. The bones of the house shook, and the power went out. The wind began to roar through the house, most likely through blown-out windows and the door to our garage. We had three flights of steps to navigate to get to the relative safety of the first floor, because the cupboard down there is underneath a brick staircase. I didn’t know how or if we would make it down the steps. It felt as if there were no floor underneath me as the wind lifted me off my feet. I tried to move forward, but this intense pressure held me in place. As we reached the last flight of steps, our front door blew out. Pieces of glass that looked like crushed ice flew everywhere. Suddenly, a three-foot-long tree branch crashed into the door frame. It flew over our heads, missing us by inches. Had we been one step up, it would have hit us. By the time I reached the cupboard, the tornado had been over us for about a minute. Jimmy pushed me down to the cupboard floor, but he couldn’t get inside himself because of the wind. I held Jimmy’s arm and tried to bring Jimmy with it. My knees were full of glass, but at that moment, I felt no pain. If I had let go, Jimmy would have flown right out the back of the house and into the bay. All of a sudden, Jimmy lifted off his feet like people in tornadoes do in the movies. I thought he was gone. And then everything stopped. He landed on his feet. In those first quiet moments, I couldn’t believe it was over. Jimmy said he’d go outside to check. “No,” I said. “Don’t leave me. Don’t leave me.” Our neighbor says the storm lasted four minutes. In that time, four of the twelve town houses in our unit were completely destroyed. Of the houses left standing, ours suffered the most damage. Amazingly, none of us were severely injured. 25. What does the underlined word coverage mean? A. power B. description C. arrival D. delay 26. Which of the following sentences is NOT true about the passage? A. There was not any symbol of the tornado’s coming. B. A three-foot-long tree branch hit the couple. C. Both of the couple couldn’t get into the cupboard floor. D. Jimmy didn’t fly right out the back of the house. 27. Why didn’t the wife feel pain? A. Because she didn’t get any hurt when the storm hit. B. Because she was too scared to feel pain. C. Because she devoted all her strength to holding on to her husband. D. Because she had reached the cupboard and she was safe. 28. The author wrote the passage to _______. A. share with us her experience of surviving a tornado B. warn us of the danger caused by tornados C. show us how to fight against a tornado D. tell us how to protect us from dangerous tornados C A culture’s values can be mirrored by its humor. Humor has been evaluated by many great minds such as Thomas Hobbes, who, in “On Nature”, disliked humor, “Laughter is nothing else but sudden glory arising from sudden thought of feeling far better than others.” He thought humor to be a negative quality of human narrow-mindedness.   However, Mordechai Gordon, PhD of Education, insists, “Humor allows us to view the world from an angle that is amusing rather than serious.” I agree with Gordon. Learning to look at the world through humor is important.   In the United States, every four years an election occurs. Without humor as a way to express their feelings, how would Americans be willing to support the election? Television shows like “The Daily Show” have become important parts of American culture. They are mothering the masses by unconsciously inputting politics into mouths. They make politics fun.   Of course, politics is only one type of humor. Social humor helps people through the twists and turns of the human condition. American pop culture promotes an unhealthy self image. On the topic of self-image, Hari Kondabolu stands out. He has a joke about the popular musical group “The Pussycat Dolls”, describing their hit song “Don’t Cha” as a negative representation of women. He points out an obvious offence in American culture.   A study from Loyola University of Maryland has shown that humor is one determining factor for selecting a mating partner. Amongst other things, mates look for an outstanding funny bone in a potential partner.   Of course, humor is not always used for good purposes. Humor can be linked to vulgarity (粗俗) and racism, but, like everything else, it has potential to unite human beings by allowing us to laugh at ourselves, our failures and our connection with one another.   Though 1ife may seem tough and depressing at times, all I have to do is look in the mirror at my increased wrinkles to know that there is a comedy out there that even Chaplin wasn’t aware of.   With that in mind, remember to laugh with humanity and sometimes at humanity. 29. Hobbes believes that humor_______. A. resulted in narrow-mindedness of human beings B. was only a way to laugh at others to make oneself feel better C. had the power to mirror personal glory and national values D. was for people to view the world from another angle 30. What is the author’s attitude towards political humor? A. Appreciative       B. Disappointed      C. Curious        D. Worried 31. The fourth paragraph is developed mainly _______. A. by process     B. by example        C. by comparison   D. by classification 32. What can we learn from the last two paragraphs? A. Chaplin wasn’t aware of being laughed at. B. The author feels helpless and sad about getting older. C. Never be the one who laughs at other people. D. The author is determined to face life with a sense of humor. D Over the last week, a “poisonous kale (甘蓝菜)” theory has been going widespread after an article warned that the vegetable was associated with a variety of medical conditions. It’s time to separate fear from fact on the health benefits of kale. As a member of the cabbage family, kale is low in calories and rich in nutrients and minerals, especially vitamin A, C and K. Consumed for thousands of years, it’s been a health plus for millions of eaters throughout the world. However, numerous web articles have reported on some evidence offered by a medicine researcher. The researcher found that thallium (铊) was detected in a few people who were heavy consumers of kale. Thallium is a heavy metal often found in trace amounts (微量) in soil and minerals. His conclusion was that these medical conditions were connected to the impact that trace amounts of thallium detected in some kale samples had on the body. I don’t think the conclusion is based on a strict scientific basis. It’s essential to point out that the original report was in a web magazine, not a scientific journal which is subject to peer review by other scientists. A scientific review includes a careful evaluation of how the findings and conclusions were made. Certain factors are critical before an evidence-based conclusion can be made, such as: how many people were in a study; how well controlled were other factors; how much kale was consumed and for how long; how much thallium was in the kale. It is a fact that kale and other vegetables can absorb thallium from the soil. But the ability for a plant to absorb traces of a chemical does not automatically make it harmful to your health. And even finding measurable amounts of thallium in someone’s body doesn’t imply that the thallium is causing an ill health effect, according to the CDC. But we can still learn a lesson from this. Plants grow in soil. Growers must continue to be careful in monitoring the quality of their soil. And what about consumers? Eat your kale — and include lots of other colorful fruits and vegetables. As with all things in nature, variety is key for good health. 33.The medicine researcher made a conclusion that _______. A. these medical conditions were related to thallium B. trace amounts of thallium had little effect on the body C. thallium was found in trace amounts in the minerals D. kale had a lot of health benefits on human bodies 34.According to the writer, the original report in a web magazine is _______. A. scientific B. essential C. unreliable D. popular 35.The writer thinks that kale is _______. A. safe to consume B. poisonous to eat C. hard to conserve D. terrible to smell 第二节(共5小题;每小题2分,满分10分) 根据短文内容,从短文后的选项中选出能填入空白处的最佳选项。选项中有两项为多余选项。 Money Matters Parents should help their children understand money. 36 So you may start talking about money when your child shows an interest in buying things, candy or toys, for example. 1.The basic function of money Begin explaining the basic function of money by showing how people trade money for goods or services. It’s important to show your child how money is traded for the thing he wants to have. If he wants to have a toy, give him the money and let him hand the money to the cashier. 37 When your child grows a bit older and understands the basic function of money, you can start explaining more complex ways of using money. 2.Money lessons Approach money lessons with openness and honesty. 38 If you must say no to a child’s request to spend money, explain, “ You have enough toy trucks for now.” Or, if the request is for many different things, say, “You have to make a choice between this toy and that toy.” 3. 39 . Begin at the grocery store. Pick out similar brands of a product — a name brand butter and a generic (无商标产品), for example. You can show your child how to make choices between different brands of a product so that you can save money. 40 If he chooses the cheaper brand, allow him to make another purchase with the money saved. Later, you may explains how the more expensive choice leaves less money for other purchases. A. Wise decision. B. The value of money. C. Permit the child to choose between them. D. Tell your child why he can — or cannot — have certain things. E. Ask yourself what things that cost money are most important to you. F. Talk about how the money bought the thing after you leave the toy store. G. The best time to teach a child anything about money is when he shows an interest. 第三部分:英语知识运用(共两节,满分45分) 第一节:完形填空(共20小题;每小题1.5分,满分30分) 阅读下面短文,从短文后各题所给的四个选项(A、B、C和D)中,选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 Whenever we hear about “the homeless”, most of us think of the Developing world. But the 41 . is that homelessness is everywhere. For example, how many of us would expect to see people living on the streets of a 42 country like Germany? Kurt Muller and his wife Rita have spent eleven years making 43 for the homeless of Berlin, Germany’s capital. They first 44 one long hot summer when most Germans were 45 on holiday. Kurt and his wife stayed at home, made sandwiches, 46 a table in the street and gave food to the homeless. The Mullers soon realized that food and clothing weren’t 47 . “What these people also need is warmth and 48 ,” says Rita. The Mullers didn’t 49 to give their phone number to the street people and told them to phone anytime. Rita 50 there was somebody at home to answer the phone and their home was always 51 to anyone who couldn’t face another night on the street. The couple were soon 52 all their time and money, so Kurt visited food and clothing companies to 53 donations. Today, over thirty companies 54 donate food and other goods to the cause and volunteers help to 55 them to the homeless. The public also give clothes and money and a shoe producer 56 new shoes. Kurt and Rita receive no 57 for their hard work. “We feel like parents,” says Rita, “and parents shouldn’t 58 money for helping their children. The love we get on the streets is our salary.” Though Rita admits she often gets 59 . She says she will continue with her work because she likes the feeling of having made a 60 in the world. 41 A. result	B. truth	C. reason	D. idea 42 A. traditional	B. developing	C. typical	D. wealthy 43 A. preparations	B. houses	C. meals	D. suggestions 44 A. began	B. met C. called D. left 45 A. asleep	B. alone C. across	D. away 46 A. brought up	B. set up	C. put aside D. gave away 47 A. enough	B. necessary	C. helpful	D. expensive 48 A. fame	B. freedom	C. courage	D. caring 49 A. hesitate	B. agree	C. pretend	D. intend 50 A. make sense	B. found out	C. make sure	D. worked out 51 A. open	B. crowded	C. noisy	D. near 52 A. costing B. wasting C. taking D. spending 53 A. pay for	B. ask for	C. look into	D. carry out 54 A. completely	B. calmly	C. regularly	D. roughly 55 A. advertise	B. sell	C. deliver	D. lend 56 A. donates	B. produces	C. designs	D. collects 57 A. permission	B. payment	C. direction	D. support 58 A. borrow	B. raise	C. save	D. expect 59 A. surprised B. excited C. tired	D. amused 60 A. profit	B. difference C. decision	D. rule 第II卷 第三部分 英语知识运用(共两节,满分45分) 第二节(共10小题;每小题1.5分,满分15分) 阅读下面材料,在空白处填入1个适当的单词或括号内单词的正确形式。   On our voyage in the “Bounty” to Tahiti, some of the crew took over the ship and deposited the captain into a small boat. Those of us on board were caught in 61 dilemma of whether to stay on the “Bounty” or to join the captain. Whichever choice we made, an uncertain future was just around the corner. On further thinking about how wrong 62 was to treat the captain in this way, I chose the latter.   Once at sea, it became our daily routine to measure our position 63 (use) a quadrant and a compass. As a result, we managed to keep to a straight course pretty well. However, the supply of food was gradually disappearing. What’s 64 (bad), it drove us crazy to look at all the salty water around, none of 65 was safe to drink. 66 the tension getting worse, the captain, weak as he was, tried to preserve our 67 (spirit) by talking hopefully about 68 we would do after returning to England. 69 (suffer) all the hardships, we 70 (final) completed the greatest navigational feat of all time, becoming heroes admired by everyone! 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处错误,每句中最多有两处。错误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。 I was fond of cycling very much. At age of twelve, my father bought me an expensive mountain bike as a birthday gifts and taught me how to ride. Every time when my father took me out for practice, my little brother would happily come along. One day, we were practicing while suddenly my brother screamed to help. When we rushed to him, we saw a snake wind around a frog tightly. I beg my father to save the frog. Immediate he picked up a long stick, tried to drive the snake away. About two minutes later, the frog was set loose, what made us so relieved. 书面表达(满分25分) 假定你是荆州中学毕业生李华,母校将为高一新生举办主题为“What to learn in senior high school?”的英语沙龙活动,特邀请你结合自身经历谈谈自己的体会。请根据以下提示准备一份英语发言稿。         1.学会学习:方法,习惯等;         2.学会做人:真诚,友善;         3.学会其他:考生自拟. 注意:1.词数120左右;       2.发言稿开头和结尾已给出,不须抄在答题卡上,不计入总次数. Good morning, everyone! _____________________________________. ___________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Thank you! 荆州中学2018届高三第二次月考英语卷 参考答案 听力 1—5 CCBAC	6—10 BCACC	11—15 ACBCA	16—20 BBBAC 阅读 21-40 BCCD CBCA BABD ACA GFDAC 完形填空41-60 BDCAD BADAC ADBCC ABDCB 语法填空61-70	A	it	using	worse	which	with spirits	what having suffered	finally 改错 I liked cycling very much. At age of twelve, my father bought me an expensive mountain bike as a birthday gifts and taught me how to ride. Every time when my father took me out for practice, my little brother would come along. One day, we were practicing while suddenly my brother screamed to help. When we rushed to him, we saw a snake wind around a frog tightly. I beg my father to save the frog. Immediate he picked up a long stick, tried to drive the snake away. About two minutes later, the frog was set loose, what made us so relieved. the gift when	when	for winding	begged	immediately	trying	which 【参考范文】 Good morning, everyone! It is my honour to be here to share with my opinions on what to learn in senior high school.  	In the coming three years , our school life will be challenging. First ,we should learn to learn efficiently. Personally, I used to try effective methods to achieve my academic goals. Developing a good habit is also of importance. It really benefited me a lot to preview lessons, get actively involved in class, and review what had been taught after class.  	In addition, we should learn how to get along well with others. In school, I respected teachers and was friendly with classmates. It was with sincerity and faithfulness that we created a harmonious atmosphere.  	Finally, we should take part in sports and outdoors activities frequently. They were really helpful to build up my body and enrich my school life.  	No pains no gains. I am sure that with great efforts ,you will enjoy a colorful and fruitful life here. Thank you!  听力原文: Text 1 W: Hey, how did you do on the exam? M: Ah, I got an 82. It’s OK, I guess. But I thought I’d get at least an 85. (1) Text 2 W: If you scare me like that again, I’ll yell and the neighbors will hear. (2) M: I’m sorry. It was too good to pass up. You were just sitting there, and I thought it would be funny to throw the cat on you. Text 3 W: When will you be home? M: Around three. W: OK. I’ll need the car after that. I’m going to the movies with Sharon. (3) M: Oh. I was hoping to take you out to dinner. Text 4 W: Airport, please. I’m running a little late. So just take the fastest way, even if it’s not the most direct. (4) M: Sure, but there is a lot of traffic everywhere today because of the football game. Text 5 M: I’m still wondering whether we should get another credit card. W: Isn’t that just another bill to pay? M: It could be. But we don’t have to use it a lot. I just want to build up our credit scores. (5) They’re not as high as they should be, and the only way to get a home loan is to have really good credit. Text 6 W: I don’t know if I can do it, Dad. M: Take your time, honey. I know it’s still a little painful. W: It is. I’m afraid, too. M: I understand. But Guy won’t do anything to you. I promise. W: What if he gets scared again? M: This is a safe place. No one’s going to make him scared. It wasn’t his fault last time, remember? W: I know. Poor Guy! He didn’t mean to hurt me. Horses just get scared at loud noises sometimes. He didn’t mean to throw me off — did you, Guy? (6) OK, Dad. I think I’m ready to get on him again. M: How’s your neck? (7) W: Not too bad today. I think I can ride. (7) Text 7 M: What an ugly color! Look at that green…it looks like someone threw up on this sweater. Why would anyone buy it? (8) W: This color has a long history. Before it came to be on this sweater, it was the color of the year, picked by the top fashion designers in the world. (9) The year it was chosen — I think it was 1983 — it was on all the most expensive, fashionable clothing. People who can’t afford the best clothing still have to wear something — and they like to keep up with the trends, too. So, this color that you think is so bad was carefully picked and affected much of the world in its time. Now, of course, it looks less impressive than it did back then — especially being on such a poorly made sweater. Text 8 W: Something great happened today. M: What’s that? W: Well, you know that my Uncle Jim has been very sick for a while. M: Yeah, poor man! How’s he doing these days? W: Worse and worse. Last week, the doctors finally said they couldn’t do anything more to help him. They sent him home, thinking he would die within a few days. (10) M: Oh, no! Is he going to die soon? W: No! That’s the amazing thing. When I found out he’d gotten out of the hospital, I went to his house. He wasn’t feeling great, but we sat and talked about some good memories we had. After that, I went over every day. I read stories to him, and we watched movies and played video games together. (11) And we laughed a lot! I don’t think I’ve ever laughed that much! Today, he had an appointment with the doctors. They only thought he could get worse, but he’s getting better! M: That’s great! So, you think it was because he wasn’t in the hospital anymore? W: I think it’s the laughing. They say laughter is the best medicine! (12) Text 9 W: I thought you went to work. Why are you still home, Daniel? M: I didn’t want to tell you, because I didn’t want you to worry. I lost my job last week. (13) W: Uh-oh! What about the rent? How are you going to pay your share? (14) M: Um… I was hoping you’d help me out a little, Erin. Isn’t that what older sisters are for? W: Yeah, I guess they are…but I can’t pay my baby brother’s rent forever. We’ll have to move to a cheaper place soon if you don’t get another job. What are you planning to do? M: I don’t know! I thought my job at the theater was perfect. (15) W: You only sold tickets to people and helped them find their seats. M: Right, but I got to watch great performances for free! W: Come on! You could be doing something better than that! I know you’re a great cook, and you’ve always wanted to open your own sandwich shop. Why don’t you try to do that? (16) M: Where would I begin? I don’t know anything about running a business. (16) W: Well, I do. I’ve been running my online store for five years. I know all the legal stuff you have to do to get started. And my friend Mike just closed his coffee house, and it’s the perfect space for your sandwich shop. It has a nice little kitchen in it already. (16) M: That sounds perfect! You’re a great sister! Text 10 Hey, class! Guess where you’re going for the annual school trip? To France! It’s going to be amazing! (17) And guess who’s going with you? Yes, your favorite teacher — me, Mr. Fun! But seriously, this is probably going to be the best trip yet. Mr. Mayer and I are planning what we’ll do while we’re there. We’ll be going during spring break, at the end of March. (18) The flowers in the French countryside will be blooming while we eat delicious French bread for breakfast. We’ll be staying in the beautiful city of Nice for a few days, where we’ll watch a boat race along the Mediterranean coast. We’re also planning to spend plenty of time in Paris. Our days in the capital will be spent walking around the city streets in search of good desserts, drinking coffee in the famous cafés, and visiting places like the Eiffel Tower. (19) One day, we will play a human chess game against a local Paris high school. You’ve gotten pretty good at the game, so we’ll see how well you can play against another school! (20) Remember that it’s always a game where the best strategy wins. You’ll still have to try to win their king in a creative way. Afterwards, we’ll all go out for steak and French fries! We’re going to have a great time! 资源来源网络,https://www.kuaiwen.net ·16· 
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