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 整理 资源来源网络(https://www.kuaiwen.net)” 周宁一中、政和一中2014届高三年级第四次月考 英语试卷 时间:120分钟 满分:150分 第I卷 选择题(共四大题;满分115分) 第一部分:听力(共两节,满分30分) 第一节(共5小题;每小题1.5分,满分7.5分) 请听下面5段对话,选出最佳选项,每段对话仅读一遍。 1. Where does Tom want to go? A. Egypt. B. London. C. Paris. 2. What did the man do last weekend? A. He watched a football match. B. He stayed at home. C. He attended a meeting. 3. What is the man doing now? A. Washing the dishes. B. Reading. C. Watching TV. 4. Why didn’t the man go to Georgia’s dinner party? A. He hadn’t been invited. B. He had been invited by others. C. He felt disappointed. 5. What is the man’s favorite magazine? A. Reader’s Digests. B. The Reader. C. Vogue. 第二节(共15小题;每小题1.5分,满分22.5分) 听下面一段对话,回答第6至第8三个小题,对话读两遍。 6. What is the man probably doing? A. Repairing his car. B. Buying a car. C. Renting a car. 7. What is the man asked to do before he leaves? A. Have a careful look at the car.	B. Pay for the small scratch he’s caused. C. Write down his address on the form. 8. What is the price of the gas charged by the woman? A. 4 dollars a gallon. B. 3 dollars a gallon. C. 2 dollars a gallon. 听下面一段对话,回答第9至第11三个小题,对话读两遍。 9. How did the woman learn about the news? A. Jack rang her up. B. Mary told her. C. The doctor rang her up. 10. How did the man go to school yesterday morning? A. By taxi. B. By car. C. By motorbike. 11. What did the doctor say about the man’s injury? A. Very serious. B. Just some skin injuries. C. Internal injuries.(内伤) 听下面一段对话,回答第12至第14三个小题,对话读两遍。 12. What happened to the man? A. His house was broken in.	B. He has locked himself out. C. He forgot to lock the front door. 13. When did the man lock all the windows? A. On Saturday. B. On Sunday. C. On Friday. 14. What is the woman most probably going to do? A. Look round. B. Talk to others. C. Ask more questions. 听下面一段对话,回答第15至第17三个小题,对话读两遍。 15. What does the man like particularly? A. Music. B. Talk shows. C. News. 16. Why does the woman feel terrible about some talk show hosts? A. They are boring. B. They are unfriendly. C. They are talkative. 17. When does the woman usually listen to the radio? A. While working at home. B. While driving in a car. C. Before going to sleep. 听下面一段独白,回答第18至第20三个小题,对话读两遍。 18. What does the man in the passage desire? A. A fantastic world. B. Romance and perfection. C. A lover. 19. What does the man in the passage admire? A. Those great souls. B. The good books. C. All authors. 20. What is the man’s common response when reading books? A. Try to understand the book.	B. Enjoy the pleasure of reading. C. Release his real feelings. 第二部分 英语知识运用(共两节,满分45分) 第一节 单项填空(共15小题;每小题1分,满分15分) 从A、B、C、D四个选项中,选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 21. -- He will be extremely angry at the news. --__________.This is between you and me. A. It doesn’t matter. B. Not at all. C. It’s none of his business. D. I’m sorry to hear that. 22. _____Craig loves his students, he is very strict with them in their performances. A. While	B. Whenever	C. As if	D. The minute 23.________in his online games, I am afraid, may lead to his failure in this mid-term exams. A. Absorbed B. Being absorbed C. Absorbing D. To absorb 24. --I hear that the famous singer Eason Chan will sing at Beijing New Theatre. --Really? Where did you _____? A. take it out B. pick it up C. bring it about D. get it in 25. --Where do you suggest_________? --Downtown in Quanzhou, of course. A. will we locate the museum B. the museum must be located C. the museum be located D. should we locate the museum 26. -- I’m going on a vacation. You can’t imagine 6 months of hard work without rest. -- You certainly _____ a good rest. A. deserve B. owe C. preserve D. gain 27. -- How do you like “Tuhao”, Lucy? -- Personally, they are quite well-off______ money rather than IQ. A. in terms of B. in reward for C. in addition to D. in exchange for 28. My interest in surfing on the Internet has_______ most of my spare time, but it has repaid me a great deal of enjoyment. A. taken off B. taken up C. taken down D. taken away 29. ________, Gao Xiaosong was sentenced to 6-month imprisonment–the most severe punishment about drunk driving–on June.1. 2012. A. A public figure as is he B. Public figure as he is C. Public figure he is as D. A public figure as he is 30.Cheating is strictly forbidden in this important exam, and students ______ bring any reference books into their classrooms, cell phones included. A. will not	B. should not C. mustn’t D. need not 31. The children went home from the grammar school, their lessons _____ for the day. A. finishing B. finished C. had finished D. had been finished 32. In Australia, surfing is a popular sport among young people _____ they can seek excitement and adventure. A. that B. which C. whom D. where 33. _____ is known to all is that effective measures should be taken to deal with the problem of the over-exploiting of our resources. A. What B. It C. As D. Which 34. -- Did you visit your grandparents yesterday? --Yes, and when I got there, they _____ in the fields . A. worked B. have worked C. were working D. had worked 35. Peterson used to work in a remote mountain village school, which is only _____ on foot. A. reliable B. accessible C. available D. convenient 第二节:完形填空(共20小题;每小题1.5分,满分30分) 阅读下面短文,掌握其大意,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,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 Some years ago when I was in my first year in college, I heard Salome Bey sing for the first time. The moment was exciting. Salome’s 36 filled the room and brought the theater to life. I was so 37 that I decided to write an article about her. I 38 Salome Bey, telling her I was from Essence magazine, and that I wanted to meet her to talk about her career. She 39 and told me to come to her studio next Tuesday. When I hung up, I was scared out of my mind. I 40 I was lying. I was not a writer at all and hadn’t even written a grocery list. I interviewed Salome Bey the next Tuesday. I sat there 41, taking notes and asking questions that all began with, “Can you tell me…” I soon realized that 42 Salome Bey was one thing, but writing a story for a national magazine was just impossible. The 43 was almost unbearable. I struggled for days 44 draft after draft. Finally I put my manuscript (手稿) into a large envelope and dropped it into a mailbox. It didn’t take long. My manuscript 45. How stupid of me! I thought. How could I 46 in a world of professional writers? Knowing I couldn’t 47 the rejection letter, I threw the unopened envelope into a drawer. Five years later, I was moving to California. While 48 my apartment, I came across the unopened envelope. This time I opened it and read the editor’s letter in 49 : Ms Profit, Your story on Salome Bey is fantastic. Yet we need some 50 materials. Please add those and return the article immediately. We would like to 51 your story soon. Shocked, it took me a long time to 52 . Fear of rejection cost me dearly. I lost at least five hundred dollars and having my article appear in a major magazine. More importantly, I lost years of 53 writing. Today, I have become a full – time writer. Looking back on this 54, I learned a very important lesson: You can’t 55 to doubt yourself. 36.A.joy	B.voice	C.speech	D.smile 37.A.moved	B.proud	C.satisfied	D.active 38.A.phoned	B.visited	C.emailed	D.interviewed 39.A.paused	B.refused	C.hesitated	D.agreed 40.A.discovered	B.knew	C.explained	D.replied 41.A.seriously	B.nervously	C.patiently	D.quietly 42.A.fooling	B.blaming	C.inviting	D.urging 43.A.hardship	B.pressure	C.failure	D.comment 44.A.by	B.on	C.with	D.in 45.A.disappeared	B.spread	C.returned	D.improved 46.A.compare	B.struggle	C.survive	D.compete 47.A.ignore	B.deliver	C.face	D.receive 48.A.decorating	B.cleaning	C.repairing	D.leaving 49.A.disbelief	B.anxiety	C.horror	D.trouble 50.A.relevant	B.subjective	C.private	D.reliable 51.A.broadcast	B.create	C.assess	D.publish 52.A.prepare	B.recover	C.escape	D.concentrate 53.A.energetic	B.endless	C.enjoyable	D.typical 54.A.experience	B.success	C.benefit	D.accident 55.A.attempt	B.expect	C.afford	D.pretend 第三部分:阅读理解(共20小题,每小题2分,共40分) 阅读下列短文,从每题所给的A、B、C、D四个选项中,选出最佳选项。 A I decided to have dinner in the hotel, for I arrived late one night on a business trip. As I was finishing my meal, an elderly couple came in to dine. They were holding hands and had lovely smiles on their faces. They sat three tables from me. I was amazed at the love they showed for each other. It seemed to strike home all the more, because it was shortly after ending a 20-year marriage and I still had pain in my heart. My waiter was also their waiter. As I paid my bill, I inquired as to what their bill was. He informed me, and I gave him $40 to pay their bill.  He asked if I knew them and I told him "No, I just wanted to repay them for the love that they were showing to each other," and then I departed. The next day I entered the restaurant to dine before my departure. After I had been seated, the waiter who served me the night before told me that the strangest thing happened after I left the restaurant. When the elderly couple went to pay for their meal, they were informed that it had been paid. When they inquired who had done this, the hostess told them they had no idea who I was, just retelling what I said. The couple were amazed. They looked around, asked for the bill of two young couples who were seated together, paid their bill and departed, saying "Love begets(产生) Love" to the amazement of the hostess and waiter. I smiled and said "That's nice," and proceeded to order my meal. About 45 minutes later, I finished my meal and was about to head out, but my waiter was nowhere to be found. I waited and waited and finally walked over to the hostess stand and explained that I needed to pay for my meal and hurry to the airport. She smiled and explained that I would not have to pay for my meal, because both the waiter and she felt compelled to pay my bill due to the joy that was brought to the faces of the elderly couple and the amazement of the young couples. When I told her that they didn't have to do that, she said with a smile "Love begets Love." 56. The writer’s purpose of writing the passage is to . A. suggest love never dies B. share an interesting experience C. encourage us to help people in need D. prove a show of love really makes a difference 57. Why did the elderly couple pay the bill of the two young couples? A. Because they were always ready to help poor people. B. Because they were happy to pass the love they gained. C. Because they invited the young people to the meal. D. Because they didn’t want to take the advantage of the writer’s generosity. 58. What can be inferred from the story? A. The love between the elderly couple deeply touched the writer who was single. B. The young couples paid the bill of other customers in the restaurant. C. The waiter left on purpose and made the writer stay alone to test him. D. The writer did all this to prove his belief in love. 59. Which of the following proverbs can best explain the theme of the story? A. A good beginning makes a good ending. B. Where there is love, there is life. C. Love me, love my dog. D. As a man sows, so shall he reap (收获). B Different exercise types have different purposes and different benefits. One type of exercise may not accomplish all goals of being physically fit: a healthy heart, strong muscles and bones, and safety from injury. As a result, it is important to do enough types of exercise to have all the physical benefits. Here is a quick check sheet. Aerobic Exercise: To have a strong and healthy heart, you need to do aerobic exercise. This means that you need to exercise yourself enough so that your heart rate, while exercising, is 65 percent to 85 percent of your maximum heart rate. If you don’t get your heart rate up within this level—you just aren’t working hard enough. Whatever you do, your heart rate needs to be 65 percent to 85 percent of your MHR for 20 to 30 minutes, at least 3 times a week. Typical types include: * Running * Walking (at least 4 to 4.5 mph) * Swimming * Bikingk3s5u * Elliptical Training * Yoga Strength Training: To keep your muscles and bones strong, you need to do strength training. This comes in a variety of forms. Whatever you do, however, you need to train your muscles enough so that they are really tired by the end of each session. To see real benefits, make sure you are strength training 2 to 3 times a week for about 30 to 40 minutes. Typical types of strength training include: * Weight Training * Yoga * Resistance Training * Plyometrics Flexibility Training: To keep your body flexible, reducing risk of injuries and pain in your joints and muscles, you need to do flexibility training. You should always aim to stretch every muscle after any exercise routine. Typical types of flexibility training include: * Stretching * Yoga * Pilates So next time you think that yoga 5 times a week will be enough, think about what it is really doing. Is it getting your heart rate up? Are you making up your strength? Are you keeping your muscles flexible? 60. If your purpose is to _______, you can choose swimming as your exercise form. A. keep muscles and bones strong B. build a strong and healthy heart C. keep body flexible D. reduce risk of injuries and pain in joints and muscles 61. After reading this passage, we know that ________. A. Yoga is really better for people than running B. The three kinds of training have links with one another C. Flexibility training helps you build up your muscles D. The more exercise you do, the better 62. Which of the following is closest in meaning to “session” in Paragraph 3? A. meeting B. gathering C. term D. period 63. The paragraph following this article may discuss_______. A. how to build up our strength B. how to choose an exercise type C. how to find a good workout dealing with two or three of these goals D. how to be more flexible C Julie was preparing for a trip when her phone slipped into a sink full of water. Panic moment! She quickly picked up the wet phone and tried to turn it on, but nothing worked. Her first reaction? She got dressed, drove to the nearest store, and bought a new model at full price. A new study finds that fear of losing your phone is a common illness. About 66 percent of those surveyed suffer from nomophobia or “no mobile phone phobia”. Interestingly, more women worry about losing their phone than men. Fortunately, there’s a solution. The first step is to figure out if you have nomophobia. Checking your phone too often is one thing, but the true sign of a problem is that you can’t conduct business or go about your routine when the fear becomes so severe. Do you go to unusual lengths to make sure you have your phone? That’s another sign of a problem. If you find you check your phone plenty of times per hour, or a total of an hour per day, there may be a problem. Some of the treatments are similar to those for treating anxiety attacks: Leaving the phone behind and not checking e-mail or text messages, and then learning to tolerate the after anxiety. Even if this leads to a high level of worry and stress, the solution is to push through the fear and learn to deal with not having your phone. Of course, there are also technological alternatives. Luis Levy, a co-founder at Novy PR, says he uses an application called Cerberus that can automatically track the location of his phone. To find it, he can just go to a Web site and see the phone’s location. He also insures his phone through a service called Asurion. The company’s description of its product reads like a prescription for anxiety: “60 million phones are lost, stolen or damaged each year. You’ll have complete peace of mind knowing that your phone is protected and you can quickly reconnect with family, friends and work, as soon as the very next day!” 64. Why does the author mention Kelly’s experience in the first paragraph? A. To inform us that mobile phones are useful. B. To introduce the topic for discussion. C. To warn us that we should be careful. D. To tell us we should get phones ready for a trip. 65. The underlined word “nomophobia” in Paragraph 2 means ________. A. Fear of losing mobile phones.. B. Habits of using mobile phones C. Eagerness for new mobile phones. D. Independence of mobile phones. 66. Which of the following is a way to treat nomophobia? A. Avoiding using phone for some time B. Learning more about modern technology. C. Protecting one’s phone against any damage. D. Not using a mobile phone in one’s daily work. 67. Why can the service called Asurion help to treat nomophobia? A. It lets you know other people also lose their phones. B. It will give you a new phone through insurance. C. It enables you to reconnect with your acquaintance. D. It gives you a prescription to treat nomophobia. 68. What is the passage mainly about? A. Solutions to nomophobia. B. New mobile phone technology. C. Disadvantages of mobile phone. D. Attitude toward mobile phone. D The candidate who is longing for election to the highest office in the United States must be native-born American citizen who is at least 35 years old and who has lived in the United States for at least 14 years. The election course is complicated, and the road to the Oval Office is long. Potential candidates must present papers stating their intention to seek their party’s recommendation; delegates(代表) then choose from among those running some months later at the national conferences. Before that, however, each state holds a primary election that determines how the state’s voters want the party’s delegates to vote. Methods of choosing the delegates vary from state to state. At the conferences, there are speeches and often heated discussions. It may take several rounds of voting before delegates can agree on a candidate. On the final day of the meeting, the presidential candidate announces his or her choice for vice president. Election Day, by law, is the Tuesday that follows the first Monday in November. On this day, registered voters may cast their votes for president, vice president, and candidates for other federal state, and local offices. The popular vote, however, does not determine who will be president. The president is chosen by a vote of the Electoral College, a group of 538 citizens from the 50 states and the District of Columbia who are chosen to cast votes for the president and vice president. The rules for choosing electors, as with the delegates, vary. Each state also decides whether its electoral votes must reflect the popular vote. The number of electors in each state is determined by the number of representatives and senators that a state sends to Congress and, therefore, may change every 10 years, depending on the results of the United States census (人口普查). The winner must get at least 270 of the electoral votes when the Electoral College meets in December of the election year. The election results are not official, however, until the following January, when Congress meets in a joint conference to count the electoral votes. At the end of the road to the Oval Office is the swearing-in ceremony, at which the new or reelected president takes the oath of office on January 20. 69. Which of the following is not a requirement for candidates for the presidency of the USA? A. Minimum age of thirty-five years old. B. Native of the United States of America. C. Bottom residency of fourteen years in the State D. Previous experience in an elective office. 70. According to the passage, we can conclude that _______. A. ways to select the delegates of each state are very much the same in the USA. B. the candidate who wins the popular vote will be the winner of the election C. the change of a state’s population barely has effects on the presidential election. D. the presidents of the United States are theoretically picked by the citizens directly. 71.	Which of the following might be the best title of the passage? A. The Various Ways of Presidential Election in the USA B. The Qualifications for Being the President of the USA C. The Process of the Election for the President of the USA D. The Rules for Choosing Presidential Candidates in the USA E It was terribly cold and nearly dark on the last evening of the old year, and the snow was falling fast. In the cold and the darkness, a poor little girl, with bare head and naked feet, wandered through the streets. It is true she had on a pair of slippers when she left home, but they were not of much use. They were very large, so large, indeed, that they had belonged to her mother, and the poor girl had lost them in running across the street to avoid two carriages that were rolling along at a terrible rate. One of the slippers she could not find, and a boy seized upon the other and ran away with it. So the little girl went on with her little naked feet, which were quite red and blue with the cold. In an old apron she carried a number of matches, and had a bunch of them in her hands. No one had bought anything of her the whole day, nor had any one given her even a penny. Lights were shining from every window, and there was a delicious smell of roast goose, for it was New-year’s eve—yes, she remembered that. In a corner, between two houses, one of which projected beyond the other, she sank down and huddled(蜷缩)herself together. She had drawn her little feet under her, but she could not keep off the cold; and she dared not go home, for she had sold no matches, and could not take home even a penny of money. Her father would certainly beat her; besides, it was almost as cold at home as here. 72. The story happened ________. A. on New-year Day B. on Christmas C. on a rainy evening D. on a snowy night 73. From the passage we can learn that the little girl’s father ______. A. is cruel to her B. is kind to her	C. is patient with her	D. is popular with her 74. How did the little girl feel in the passage? A. Doubtful. B. Hopeless. C. Confident. D. Stressful. 75. The passage is probably taken from _____. A. an essay B. a lecture C. a story D. a poem 第II卷 非选择题(共两大题;满分35分) 第四部分 写作(共两节,满分35分) 第一节 短文填词(共10小题;每小题1分,满分10分) 阅读下面短文,根据以下提示:1)汉语提示,2)首字母提示,3)语境提示,在每个空格内填入一个适当的英语单词,并将该词完整地写在右边相对应的横线上。所填单词要求意义准确,拼写正确。 Jenny is my best friend. Believe it or not, although we are not twins, we are very much a and we tell each other everything. So well do 76. ______________ we get along_______ I trust her more than anyone else. But the first time 77. ______________ I met her in the local library _________I was doing some revision for an 78. _____________ oral exam , I was full of a because people kept disturbing me. 79. _____________ The last straw was when I heard Jenny ________(唱歌) loudly behind me. 80. ______________ So I glared _________her blaming her selfishness angrily, for which I felt 81. _____________ _______(羞愧) when she took trouble to bring my textbook I left behind 82. _____________ around for me. To be honest, I was deeply i by her kindness and 83. ____________ tolerance(宽容). It’s because she forgave all my s that I am 84. _____________ lucky enough to avoid _________(丢失) such a true friend. 85. _____________ 第二节:书面表达(满分25分) 请用“中秋节的等待”为题,用英语写一篇短文,描述下图的内容,并就此发表你的评论 要求:1.文章必须包括描述和评论两部分; 2.词数为100左右。 周 宁一中、政和一中2014届高三第四次月考英语答题卷 座位号 短文填词(10分) Jenny is my best friend. Believe it or not, although we are not twins we are very much a and we tell each other everything. So well do	76. __________ we get along ______ I trust her more than anyone else. But the first time	77. __________ I met her in the local library ________ I was doing some revision for an	78. __________ oral exam, I was full of a because people kept disturbing me.	79. __________ The last straw was when I heard Jenny ______(唱歌) loudly behind me.	80. __________ So I glared ______ her blaming her selfishness angrily, for which I felt	81. __________ _____(羞愧) when she took trouble to bring my textbook I left behind 82. __________ around for me. To be honest, I was deeply i by her kindness and	83. __________ tolerance(宽容). It’s because she forgave all my s that I am 84. __________ lucky enough to avoid ________(丢失) such a true friend. 85. __________ 第二节 书面表达(25分) ___________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________ 周宁一中、政和一中2014届高三年级第四次月考 答案卷 听力(20×1.5=30分) 1-5 CCCBA 6-10 CACBC 11-15 BACAB 16-20 BBBAC 单项填空(15×1=15分) 21-25 CABBC 26-30 AABBC 31-35BDACB 完形填空(20×1.5=30分) 36-40BAADB 41-45 BABCC 46-50 DCBAA 51-55 DBCAC 阅读理解(20×2=40分) 56-59 DBAD 60-63 BBDC 64-68 BAACA 69-71 DDC 72-25DABC 短文填词(10×1=10分) 76. alike 77. that	78. where	79. anxiety 80. singing 81. at 82. ashamed 83. impressed 84. shortcomings 85. losing /missing 书面表达(25分) One possible Version Waiting on Mid-autumn Festival It is a quarter past nine at night. The old couple have had the reunion dinner prepared for a long time. They are sitting at the table waiting for their son, daughter-in-law and their lovely grandchildren. The dishes are gradually colding down, but they have not come yet. The grandmother stares at the door eagerly and the grandfather is making telephone calls but can not get through. Are they too busy to come to their parents’ home to eat a dinner on Mid-autumn Festival? It ought to be a happy day for families to get together. But like the old couple in the picture, today many old people are ignored by their children. They also need love and care. There is nothing more important than their family’s happiness for them. So every adult should try their best to spend some time with their parents and comfort their lonely heart. 听力原文 Text 1 W: Where are you going to spend your holidays this year, Egypt again, Tom? M: We may go abroad, my wife wants to go to London, and I’d like to go to Paris. Text 2 W: Didn’t you and Oliver go to the football match last weekend? M: Oliver did, but I was attending an important meeting in New York. I just came back on Thursday evening. Text 3 W: OK, Jack, it’s your turn to do the washing up. M: I’ll be there. I want to finish watching the news first. W: Oh, don’t expect me to do it again. Text 4 W: You didn’t go to Georgia’s dinner party last night. How come? M: I had already accepted another invitation before she told me about her party. W: She was really disappointed. She was looking forward to seeing you. Text 5 W: What’s your favorite magazine? M: Off hand, I’d say the Reader’s Digests is my favorite. W: What kind of magazine is it? M: It’s instructive and inspiring. It’s so popular that it’s sold out as soon as it reaches the bookstores. Text 6 M: Is the van ready? W: Yes. We have it all ready for you. It’s parked right outside. Come have a look. M: Okay. Hey, this is really nice! W: Yes, this is the Ford Windstar. It’s very popular! M: Yeah, I’ve seen them advertised. W: Now, make a note here if you find any scratches. M: Well, it all looks pretty good, uh, there’s a small scratch right here. W: Okay, just mark that on the form, and that way, we know when you return the car that you didn’t cause the damage. M: Oh, good idea. Well, I can’t find anything else. W: Good. Now, here’s the key. And take a look inside and make sure everything’s working alright. M: Okay… Hey, it’s got a full tank of gas! W: Yes, we fill all the cars before they leave. But be sure you bring it back filled, because we charge you 2 dollars a gallon to fill it here. M: Very good. Text 7 W: Hi, Jack! How are you feeling now? M: Not too bad, but how did you know that I was here in hospital, Jenny? W: I was watching the football match yesterday, but didn’t see you there. When I asked Mary why, she told me that you had been injured. How did it happen? M: I rode my motorbike to school yesterday morning. When I passed the crossing, a car rushed over suddenly and knocked me down to the ground. W: Wow, how dangerous! It must hit you hard. M: Yes. It was said that I rolled more than 10 meters away and then stopped unconsciously. W: Nothing serious, I hope. M: They had me examined fully and said there weren’t any internal injuries. W: Thank goodness. Don’t worry and take a good rest. M: Thank you and your flowers. Text 8 W: Now, you say you’re not sure how the thieves got in. Before I look around, can I ask you a few questions about the house? M: Of course. W: Do you lock the front door when you go out? Do you always lock the front door? M: Yes, and I am sure I locked it yesterday. W: OK. What about the windows? M: Well, the downstairs ones are always locked. We even have a lock on the little one in the hall. W: And upstairs? M: Well, I think most of the windows were probably locked. They were all locked on Friday. W: And you didn’t open any on Friday night? M: No, I am sure I didn’t. W: Well, I can’t understand it. Let’s go and look round. Perhaps I’ll notice something you’ve missed. Text 9 W: Radio has really changed a lot since we were young. It used to be the major source of fun for the family. M: Nowadays when you turn on the radio, you either hear music, a talk show or news. W: Fortunately you can choose the kind of music you want to hear. M: Yes, and there is a lot of points of view when you listen to talk shows. I usually enjoy listening to them. I particularly like it when a caller disagrees with the talk show host. I like to hear how he will defend his ideas. W: Some talk show hosts are very rude to those who have opposing ideas. I really find that terrible. M: It seems that people only listen to the radio when they are driving in their car. W: That is true for me, but I know that my husband listens to it while he is working at home. M: Now that I think about it, I realize that a lot of stores have the radio playing. W: It’s still a useful and pleasant form of communication. Text 10 M: He is a man who enjoys dreams and makes himself live in a fantastic world. The desire for romance and perfection occupies his heart. He has a preference for hightaste books. He is particular about choosing books and ignores those popular books. He chooses books as if he chooses his spiritual lover. Once a book is chosen, he will absorb himself in the book, absorb its beauty slowly and carve it into his soul word by word. He likes to open his soul for those wonderful thoughts and have a deep heart to heart exchange with the author. He admires and appreciates those great souls from which he obtains spiritual encouragement. It is his happiest time to absorb himself in such wonderful reading. His pleasures in life mostly come from books. As a bookworm, he simply treats reading as the way of his spiritual life. The only sign of common response is that he smiles and weeps with the flow of words because he is touched deeply by the book. He enjoys being totally conquered by a good book when he opens his soul and thoroughly releases his real emotions. However, these hearty chances are rare, and it is not easy to find a good book. Good luck is needed to find a good book, while better luck is needed to find a true love in ·16· 
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