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 整理 资源来源网络(https://www.kuaiwen.net)” 江西省师大附中等四校2012—2013学年度下学期期末联考 高二英语试题 第一卷 (选择题 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) 听下面5段对话。每段对话有一个小题,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 man’s sunglasses probably? A. In his bag. B. On the table. C. In the woman’s bag. 2.What does the woman think of the lecture? A. It’s great. B. It’s noisy. C. It’s terrible. 3.When did the concert begin? A. At 8:00. B. At 7:55. C. At 8:45. 4.What are the speakers talking about? A. A physics exam. B. An experiment. C. A health exam. 5.Where are the speakers? A. On a bus. B. In a taxi. C. On a plane. 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。在听每段对话或独白前,你将有时间阅读各个小题,每小题5秒钟;听完后,各小题将给出5秒钟的作答时间。每段对话或独白读两遍。 听第6段材料,回答第6至8题。 6.Who are the two speakers? A. Boss and employee. B. Team leader and player. C. Teacher and student. 7.What does Mr. Strunk intend to do? A. To choose her to be a leader.	B. To give her a good lesson. C. To give her a higher pay. 8.How do you like the girl from the dialogue? A. Kind. B. Lazy. C. Hard-working. 听第7段材料,回答第9至10题。 9.Where can the man get money? A. From the Dunnes Stores. B. From the Allied Irish Bank. C. From the Bank of Ireland. 10.Which of the following statements is true? A. The man is a stranger in the area. B. The Bank of Ireland is near the Dunnes Stores. C. It is about ten minutes’ walk to the bank. 听第8段材料,回答第11至13题。 11.Why does the man ask the woman for help? A. He has to go to the café. B. He has to write a report. C. He has to wait for a call. 12.What does the woman suggest the man have for dessert? A. Cookies. B. Pie. C. Cake. 13.How does the woman feel in the end? A. Impatient. B. Excited. C. Pleased. 听第9段材料,回答第14至16题。 14.What is the man doing? A. Surfing online. B. Reading the newspaper. C. Watching TV. 15.How strong was the earthquake? A. 8.2 on the Richter scale. B. 7.5 on the Richter scale. C. 6.3 on the Richter scale. 16.What can we learn from the conversation? A. 300 people are missing and 75 died in the quake. B. A serious earthquake hit the biggest city in New Zealand. C. The speakers will volunteer for the clean-up. 听第10段材料,回答第17至20题。 17.What did the two men do the night before they left Australia? A. They went shopping. B. They stayed up late with fans. C. They drank beer together and got drunk. 18.What happened on their way to the airport? A. Their car hit a kangaroo. B. They killed a kangaroo. C. A kangaroo took their jacket. 19.Why was the motorist surprised at the sight of the kangaroo? A. It was in a green jacket. B. It was bleeding. C. It was running at the airport. 20.Where were the men’s air tickets? A. In the car. B. In the hotel. C. In the pocket of the jacket. 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。 Although ______ badminton is my favourite sport, I am not ______ very good player. A. the; a B. the; the C. /; a D. a; a The boss was not satisfied with ______ of the two projects and asked the young man to present ______ to him. A. both; the other B. either; another C. all; the others D. neither; another Each time I return from a business trip abroad I will have so many things to ______ in the company. A. add to B. contribute to C. appeal to D. attend to The old couple intended to celebrate their gold-wedding anniversary on ______ was described as one of the most beautiful island. A. that B. what C. which D. where It will be long before the plan is put into practice, so you ______ hurry. ______ you change your design, please keep me informed. A. won’t; Might B. shouldn’t; Could C. can’t; Would D. needn’t; Should The mail I ordered on the Internet the other day ______ to me now. A. is delivering B. was delivered C. has been delivered D. delivered — Has your paper been handed in to Professor Smith? — Yes, but ______ satisfaction, he required me to make a lot of corrections. A. far from B. apart from C. instead of D. regardless of ______ caused Mary to hold another party a week later. A. We being absent B. Our being absent C. We were absent D. Because we were absent — How much do you charge for a room for a night? — It depends on what kind you need, and the prices ______ from 80 dollars to 620 dollars. increase B. reach C. differ D. range I like such books ______ I can obtain peace and true happiness. A. which B. the ones C. as D. where Mom, you promised to read me a story every night as long as I behave well, so you must ______. A. do it B. do reading it C. read a story D. do reading Watching the clown’s ______ pose, all the audience present burst out ______. A. amused; laughing B. unexpected; laughing C. unexpecting; laughter D. amusing; laughter The hotels in Cardiff are of great service, especially for the disabled; there is good wheelchair ______ to most facilities. A. entrance B. arrival C. access D. exit People from all over the country ______ they are old or young, rich or poor, are doing whatever they can to help the sufferers in the earthquake-stricken area. A. even if B. whether C. no matter D. whichever — I am sorry I have left my wallet at home. Would you mind waiting for me a moment to fetch it? — ______. A. Think nothing of it B. Of course not; take your time C. The more quickly, the better D. Don’t forget it next time 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,从每题所给的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。 Hello everyone, my name is Thomas Suarez. I’ve always had a 36 for computers and technology, and I’ve made a few apps(应用程序)for the iPhone, iPad Touch and iPad. I’d like to 37 some with you today. My first app was a unique fortune-teller called Earth Fortune, which will display different colors of earth depending on 38 your fortune was. My 39 and most successful app is Bustin Jieber. I created it because students disliked this spoof program, so I 40 to make the app. I persuaded my parents to pay the 99-dollar-fee, and my apps are on the app store. I’ve got a lot of 41 from my family, friends and even the staff at the Apple Store. And that’s been 42 help to me. I’ve also got a lot of inspiration from Steve Jobs. After I 43 an Apple Club at school, a teacher is 44 spon- soring my Apply Club. Any student at my school can come and 45 how to design an app. This is how I can share my 46 with others. These programs are called the iPad Pilot Program(试点计划)and I’m 47 enough to be part of one. A big 48 is: How should the iPads be used and what apps should we put on the iPads? So we’re getting 49 from teachers at this school to see what kind of apps they’d like. When we finish designing the app and 50 it, it will be free to local districts but 51 to others. All the 52 from that will go into the local Education Foundations. This is valuable to 53 , and educators should recognize this resource and 54 it. I’d like to create more apps, more games. 55 , I’ll continue my app club and find other ways for students to share knowledge with others. Thank you. 36. A. love B. demand C. pain D. patience 37. A. tell B. share C. speak D. talk 38. A. why B. where C. which D. what 39. A. distant B. magic C. favorite D. ordinary 40. A. decided B. deserved C. imagined D. insisted 41. A. pleasure B. support C. comfort D. pressure 42. A. normal B. limited C. serious D. huge 43. A. entered B. closed C. joined D. started 44. A. calmly B. unwillingly C. kindly D. fairly 45. A. learn B. wonder C. look D. teach 46. A. cost B. worry C. experience D. secret 47. A. upset B. fortunate C. disappointed D. anxious 48. A. challenge B. solution C. dream D. success 49. A. troubles B. problems C. gifts D. comments 50. A. sell B. buy C. hire D. offer 51. A. cheap B. chargeable C. convenient D. acceptable 52. A. payment B. salary C. money D. debts 53. A. pupils B. me C. officials D. teachers 54. A. set aside B. look into C. make good use of D. put forward 55. A. However B. Meanwhile C. Therefore D. Otherwise 第三部分 阅读理解(共20小题;每小题2分,满分40分) 阅读下列短文,从每题所给的四个选项(A、B、C和D)中,选出最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 A One summer on my way to New Orleans, I passed a young man standing by the roadside, with his thumb out for a lift. I drove right by him. Now you’re a fool for helping. “I don’t want to get involved” seems to have become a national motto. Several days later I was thinking about the hitchhiker, about how I didn’t even move my foot off the accelerator(加速踏板)for him. “Does anyone stop any more?” I wondered. Blanche Dubois once said: “I have always depended on the kindness of strangers.” Was that possible these days? One way to test this would be for a person to journey across the US without any money, just relying on the others’ good will. What would happen? The idea interested me. So I decided to really do it. Without a penny, for six weeks I hitched 82 rides and covered 4,223 miles across 14 states. I would only accept offers of rides, food and places to sleep. I found people were generally compassionate. Hearing I had no money and would accept none, people bought me food and gave me necessities. Those who had the least to give often gave the most. In Nebraska, a house painter named Mike noted the freezing weather and gave me a big army-style jacket. A lumber-mill worker in Michigan named Tim invited me to a simple dinner with his family in their shabby house. Then he offered me a tent. I was treated kindly everywhere I went, amazed by people’s readiness to help a stranger and feeling grateful to all the warm-hearted people. My faith in ordinary folks was renewed. It turns out you can still depend on the kindness of strangers. 56. How did the author felt days after he refused to give the young man a ride? A. Guilty. B. Worried. C. Confused. D. Satisfied. 57. Why did the author decide to go on a hitchhiking journey without any money? A. To test his doubts about people’s kindness. B. To experience the fun of hitchhiking. C. To call for trust and love among people. D. To have a cool and romantic journey. 58. The underlined word “compassionate” in Paragraph 5 most probably means ________. A. reliable B. warm-hearted C. loyal D. responsible 59. During the author’s journey, ________. A. his puzzle about people strengthened B. he found poor people more eager to help C. he learned many survival skills D. he didn’t receive as much help as he had expected 60. Which can be the best title of the story? A. A crazy journey. B. Never get involved. C. Sweet memories. D. Believe in people’s kindness. B If you are looking for a creative solution to a piece of work or a school assignment, don’t lock yourself up in a quiet room. A new study suggests that moderate background noise is a better motivation to creative thinking than the sound of silence, Time magazine reported. A paper published in the Journal of Consumer Research says that the perfect working environment should buzz(嗡嗡作响)with a little noise. Researchers found that test subjects were at their most creative state when background noise was measured at 70 decibels, the level one might find in a busy coffee shop. A nearly silent environment (50 decibels) was too quiet. Turning up the volume to 85 decibels (a jackhammer tearing up the pavement outside your building) had an opposite effect—the noise became a distraction. The researchers asked 65 students at the University of British Columbia, Canada, to perform various creative tasks while noises recorded at a roadside restaurant were played in the background. In one experiment, scientists asked participants to brainstorm ideas for a new type of mattress (气垫). Test subjects had the most successful discussions when the noise in the background was noticeable but not too loud. While a quiet environment may make it easier to read a book, the authors of the study say that moderate background noise creates just enough of a distraction to force people to think more imaginatively, without breaking their focus so completely that they can’t think at all. Should we all head for Starbucks to get creative? Not necessarily. Researchers found limited work time surrounded by the low-level noise of a coffeehouse is what really stimulates creativity. Equally, working in a café environment isn’t good for everybody. The productivity boost was most obvious among those who were naturally creative to begin with. 61. What’s the main idea of the passage? A. The less noise, the better state of study. B. Noise is no bad thing at any time. C. Noise in the coffeehouse is enjoyable. D. Moderate noise helps creativity. 62. The recommended level of background noise is ________. A. 50 decibels B. 65 decibels C. 70 decibels D. 85 decibels 63. Why is moderate background noise good for creativity? A. It relaxes people and stops them from getting bored. B. It can help people to focus on a subject. C. It can absorb sudden noises that cause distraction. D. It pushes people to use their imagination but doesn’t reach a level that disturbs them. 64. According to the last three paragraphs, ________. A. the low-level noise of a coffeehouse may be too loud for people to work with B. if a person is not a creative type, then background noise may not be of so much help to them C. a person’s own creativity ability is as important as the environment they are in D. working in a coffeehouse is creative for most people 65. Which can best describe the writer’s tone in the passage? A. Passive B. Objective C. Enthusiastic D. Doubtful C Here are brief introductions to some popular novels. WATCHERS Two mutants(突异变种), both changed from the animals they once were, escape and no one who encounters them will ever be the same again. A lonely widower, a ruthless assassin(刺客), a beautiful woman and a government agent are drawn together in a deadly hunt. All four are cruelly propelled(推进)towards a fight with an evil beyond human imagining. THE MASK She had appeared out of nowhere in front of Carol’s car. She was a teenager with no past and no memory. Carol and Paul were instantly drawn to her, and they called her Jane — she was the daughter they never had. But then the questions began. Where had Jane come from? Who was the girl behind the mask? THE FUNHOUSE Young Ellen ran away, joined a carnival, married a man she grew to hate and gave birth to a child so ugly that she killed it. Years later she has a new husband and two children, Amy and Joey, but the time has come for Amy and Joey to pay for her sins(罪恶)as Amy is pregnant and the carnival is back in town. LOVE STORY He is Oliver Barrett Ⅳ, a rich jockey from a stuffy Wasp family on his way to a Harvard degree and a career in law. She is Jenny Cavilleri, a wisecracking working-class beauty studying music at Radcliffe. They are opposites in nearly every way. But they fall in love. This is their story. 66. Which novel is about a fierce fight between justice and evil? A. WATCHERS	. B. THE MASK. C. THE FUNHOUSE. D. LOVE STORY. 67. According to the brief introduction to the novel THE FUNHOUSE, we can infer ________. A. Ellen was a kind woman B. Ellen didn’t get along well with her two husbands C. the main plot has something to do with carnival D. Amy and Joey hate their mother 68. If you like romantic stories, you would prefer to read ________. A. WATCHERS B. THE MASK C. THE FUNHOUSE D. LOVE STORY 69. What does the author try to express in the underlined sentence? A. They are the same in every way. B. They are quite different from each other in most aspects. C. They have a lot in common. D. They are attracted by each other. 70. THE MASK is probably ________ based on the brief introduction. A. a tragedy B. a science fiction C. a mystery story D. a comedy D Does your school have any problems with discipline? What happens when students step out of line? Here are some examples of bad behaviour: • Playing truant (missing school without permission from parents). • Stealing, smoking, hitting, swearing, running, kissing. • Cheating on exams. • Calling a teacher or another pupil a bad name. • Not doing homework. • Not listening or not paying attention in lessons. • Wearing unsuitable clothes. Here are some of the ways that UK school children can be punished: • Exclusion: a pupil is asked to leave the school and not come back. The pupil has to find a new school or a different method of education. • Suspension: a pupil cannot enter the building or attend lessons until the school has a meeting about their situation. Suspension can last from one to 45 days. The pupil is usually given work to do at home with a special teacher. • Detention: a pupil is asked to stay after school and work for 30-60 minutes before they can leave. • Lines: a pupil has to write a sentence many times (e.g. 100 or more) on a sheet of paper, e.g. “I must not shout in class.” Freya MacDonald, a 15-year-old pupil from Scotland, made the news when she refused to accept her school’s punishment. Her family says that she was given 11 detentions for trivial things such as having fizzy drinks in class and coming into school through a fire door. Freya says that repeated detentions ruined her right to an education under Scottish law and made it difficult for her to learn. So she refused to return until the school respected her civil rights. She wants the headmaster and her teachers to sign a letter to promise this. Hundreds of schools in Scotland were told not to use detention as a punishment because of her legal action. Many UK schools now give parents a home&school contract, explaining their discipline and rules. Parents must sign this document to agree that they accept the school’s rules and discipline and that they are responsible for their child’s behaviour. 71. What is the main purpose of the text? A. To list common bad behavior in UK schools. B. To show how UK schools deal with students’ parents. C. To find out why more and more pupils break rules in UK schools. D. To introduce how UK schools punish students with their discipline. 72. Which of the following statements is TRUE according to the text? A. Playing truant means using bad language. B. You can wear anything you want in UK schools. C. Exclusion is the most serious punishment in UK schools. D. If suspended, the child will miss schoolwork. 73. Given her detentions, what did Freya do? A. She used the law to argue for her civil right. B. She forced the school to respect her civil rights. C. She demanded that her teachers remove the punishment. D. She would never return to the school. 74. The underlined phrase “make the news” is closest in meaning to ________. A. covering the story B. correcting her behavior C. accepting an interview D. making her story the focus 75. According to the text, the home&school contract is intended to ________. A. help parents learn more about their child’s performance at school B. make parents reach agreement with the school rules C. remind parents to teach their children school rules D. ask parents to spend more time with their children 第二卷(非选择题 满分35分) 第四部分 写作(共两节, 满分35分) 第一节 阅读表达(共5小题; 每小题2分, 满分10分) 阅读下面短文并回答问题,然后将答案写到题后相应的位置上(请注意问题后的词数要求)。 [1]Cold weather is no excuse to avoid outdoor exercise with your dog. Along with making sure you are appropriately dressed, your dog should also be properly protected from it. [2]Some large breed dogs such as Labrador Retrievers, Golden Retrievers, German Shepherds and Huskies can stand the colder weather better than others. These dogs may also develop a thicker coat over time as they are exposed to colder weather. [3]Smaller breeds, ________, like Chihuahuas and Miniature Pinschers, breeds with short coats and puppies should wear some type of protection, i.e., a coat or sweater, if the temperature drops too low. Look for coats or sweaters with high collars or a turtleneck that covers your dog from the base of the tail on top to the belly underneath. Other tips [4]When you bathe your dog, dry him completely before taking him out in the cold weather for a walk or exercise. It is especially important to keep your dog well groomed(打扮)during the winter months to protect him from cold weather. [5]If your dog frequently participates in outdoor activities during the colder months, increase his food intake, especially protein, to help keep his coat grow thick and healthy. Dogs that are not as active during the winter months may need to have their food consumption reduced. [6]The amount of time you spend outside with your dog will depend on his size, breed type and age. Remember that ill or elderly dogs are more sensitive to cold weather. Dogs whom cold weather agrees with can spend hours outside without getting cold but some of the smaller and younger dogs’ exercise sessions should be kept shorter. Dogs should not be left outside unattended. [7]Another activity to consider is doggie daycare, which is an excellent alternative during cold weather months. It’s a great place for your dog to get plenty of physical and mental stimulation while being with other dogs. 76. What is the main idea of the passage? (no more than 10 words) ____________________________________________________________________________________ 77. What does the word “it” (Line 2, Paragraph 1) probably refer to? (no more than 3 words) ____________________________________________________________________________________ 78. Fill in the blank in Paragraph 3 with proper words. (no more than 3 words) Smaller breeds, ________, like Chihuahuas and Miniature Pinschers, breeds with short coats and puppies should wear some type of protection if the temperature drops too low. According to Paragraph 5, what kind of dogs should be given more food in winter months? (no more than 10 words) ____________________________________________________________________________________ 80. List at least two factors which decide how long you can walk your dog outside? (no more than 8 words) ____________________________________________________________________________________ 第二节 书面表达(满分25分) 下个月校报编辑部将为同学们开设“Say you, say me”专栏。现在请你根据以下提示内容写一篇短文,向校报投稿。 给你留下印象最深的同学是谁? 他(她)做了什么事情让你印象深刻? 你从此事中悟到了什么? 注意: 1.可以叙述自己亲身的经历或虚构的故事; 2.文中不能出现真实姓名和学校名称; 3.词数120左右。可适当发挥,以使行文连贯。 I’d like to say something about ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________________ 参考答案 One possible version: I’d like to say something about my best friend Lily, who is optimistic and crazy about flowers. Last term there was a potted plant in our classroom. Every morning, the first thing Lily would do was walk to the plant to see whether everything was all right. Then she watered it and enjoyed its loveliness. When asked why, she answered that because the plant needed her praise. With the daily praises and tender loving care the plant bloomed at last. So did Lily’s face. The flowers brought Lily satisfaction because of the wonders of their beauty, and she conveyed the happiness to all of us. With a kind and rosy heart, Lily makes everyone around her comfortable. The plants need our admiration just as we need others’ support. Thus, we can lead a blessed life. Everyone welcomes love, like a flower welcomes the sunshine. 听力材料: (Text 1) M: Oh, no. I can’t find my sunglasses! Are they in your bag? W: They were, but I took them out and put them on the table. (Text 2) M:Did you get to attend the lecture yesterday? W:Yes, it couldn't be better. But I didn't like the people there. They always made noises. (Text 3) M: Did you enjoy the concert last night? W: Yes, very much. It was really different. But I was 45 minutes late. When I got to the theater, it was already 8:40. (Text 4) M: The results of your physical examination are back from the lab today. W: How do they look? M: Your blood pressure is a little high. But your heart rate is normal. (Text 5) M: Good morning. W: Good morning. Welcome aboard! This way please. M: Thank you. Can you direct me to my seat? W: Certainly. May I see your boarding pass, please? M: Sure, here it is. (Text 6) M: Come in, please. W: You wanted to see me, Mr. Strunk? M: Yes, Lorraine, I did. I’d like to talk to you for a moment. I’m very pleased with your work. W: Thank you, Mr. Strunk. I like to do my best. M: I’ve certainly noticed. You’re a very good employee. All your assignments are finished in a timely manner, and you’re a team player. W: Well, Mr. Strunk, I enjoy my work very much. M: To show that I appreciate all your efforts, I’m going to give you a raise. I hope you don’t object. W: Of course not! Thank you for your vote of confidence. (Text 7) M: Can you tell me how to reach the bank, please? W: Which bank? There are two: the Allied Irish Bank and the Bank of Ireland. M: I have an AIB pass card and I want to get money from the bank. W: You need to go to the Allied Irish Bank which is near the local shopping center, Dunnes Stores. M: How do I get there? I have no knowledge of this area. W: Cross the road and turn left at the other side. Walk along the footpath until you reach the traffic lights. You will see a shopping center on the right hand side. Walk across the road and turn right after the shopping center. Keep going straight for about 100 meters and the bank is to your left. M: It sounds a little bit difficult. How far is it from here? W: It’s not so difficult. It’s about five minutes’ walk from here. I can draw a map for you if you wish. M: Oh, I would really appreciate that. (Text 8) W: Oh, I finished my report finally. How about your paper? M: Done. But I’m waiting for an important call. By the way, are you going to the café? Can you bring me something to eat? W: Sure. What would you like? M: Hmm..., I think I’ll have a chicken sandwich. W: Okay, a chicken sandwich. Anything else? M: Soup would be good. Yes, bring me some tomato soup and a salad as well. W: Fine, tomato soup, salad and a chicken sandwich. A piece of pie for dessert? M: No, but you know how much I love cake. Bring me three pieces of cake and some cookies too. W: Cake and cookies? M: You’re right. That’s too much. Forget the cookies. Just bring me the cake and a glass of milk and some coffee and ... W: Still more? Why don’t I just bring back the whole café? (Text 9) W: Hello? M: Hey, Jenny. It’s Kevin. Are you watching TV now? W: No, why? M: Just turn it on and switch to CCTV channel 9. There’s some striking news. W: What is it? M: An earthquake! W: In China? M: No, in Christchurch, New Zealand, the second biggest city in the country. Now it is facing an enormous clean-up after being struck by a serious quake, which measured 6.3 on the Richter scale. 75 people died and 300 are still missing. W: I heard about that. Lots of people were injured and there are still lots of aftershocks. M: Yes, that’s horrible. You know, it is possible to survive a quake but then die in an aftershock. W: No worries, Kevin. That’s in New Zealand, which is really far from China. M: Are you sure there are no earthquakes in Beijing? W: As far as I know, there won’t be any earthquakes in the foreseeable future in Beijing. (Text 10) Two businessmen flew to Australia to play in a weekend golf match. Their team won and they both received green jackets. On their last night in Australia, they stayed up late drinking beer. They were still drunk in the morning, but they drove their rented car to the airport. The road was empty. Suddenly, something jumped in front of the car. The driver couldn’t stop in time and the car hit it. The men got out of the car and found a large kangaroo lying on the road. The drunken men began to laugh and decided to take some photos with the “dead” kangaroo. One of the men decided to put the jacket on the kangaroo. So they dressed the poor kangaroo in a green jacket. Then they posed with it for some photos. Suddenly, something amazing happened. The kangaroo opened its eyes. It was not dead, but very angry. The kangaroo hit the two men and knocked them out, then it ran away. In the kangaroo’s new green jacket were the car keys, a passport, and the air tickets. Later that day, a motorist phoned the police. “You’re not going to believe this,” he said, “but a kangaroo in a green golf jacket is running along the road to the airport!” The police later found out the whole story, and they punished the two drunken men. ·13· 
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