2012～2013 学年度上学期第二次模拟考试 高三年级英语试卷
命题人：付景华 石淑婧 刘苗 审核人：李京华
第二节： （共 15 小题，每小题 1 分，满分 15 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 8 题。 6. What is the relationship between the speakers? A. Workmates. B. Husband and wife. C. Father and daughter.
本试卷分第Ⅰ卷（选择题）和第Ⅱ卷(非选择题)两部分，共7页，共150分，考试时间120分钟。 注意事项： 1.答题前，考生务必将自己的姓名、考号用铅笔涂写在答题卡上。 2.每小题选出答案后， 用铅笔把答题卡上对应题目的答案标号涂黑。 如需改动， 用橡皮擦干净后， 再选涂其它答案标号。 3.二卷试题用黑色中性笔作答。
7. Why did the man go to Fortaleza? A. To go on business. 8. What is Tommy doing? A. Playing on his computer. B. Watching TV. C. Talking with his friends. B. To do some shopping. C. To enjoy the scenery.
第一卷（选择题 共 105 分）
第一部分 听力 (共两节，满分 20 分) 第一节： (共 5 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 5 分) 听下面 5 段对话。每段对话后有一个小题，从题中所给的 A、B、C 三个选项中选出最佳选项， 并标在试卷的相应位置。 听完每段对话后， 你都有 10 秒钟的时间来回答有关小题和阅读下一小题。 每段对话仅读一遍。 1. What does the woman worry about? A. Their train tickets. B. Traffic jams. C. Driving speed.
听第 7 段材料，回答第 9 至 11 题。 9. What is the probable relationship between the speakers? A. Athlete and coach. B. Customer and trainer. C. Customer and gym worker.
10. How far can the woman run in an hour on the running machine? A. About 7 kilometres. 11. What is the man trying to do? C. By car. A. Encourage the woman to run faster. B. Persuade the woman to take swimming lessons. C. Write a composition. C. Show the woman how to use a machine. 听第 8 段材料，回答第 12 至 14 题。 C. In a store. 12. What is the woman doing? A. Checking some information about a job. C. Annoying. B. Reading a piece of job advertisement. C. Having an interview. 高三第二次模拟考试英语试卷 第 1 页 （共 7 页） B. About 8 kilometres. C. About 10 kilometres.
2. How will the woman go to the hospital? A. By bus. B. By taxi.
3. What is the assignment for next Tuesday? A. Read the textbook. B. Listen to radio programmes.
4. Where does the conversation take place? A. In a hotel. B. In a restaurant.
5. What does the man think of the drums? A. Noisy. B. Wonderful.
13. What does an office assistant have to do? A. Do the typing. B. Answer telephones. C. Arrange meetings.
【试题出处】 【2013 届河北衡水中学第二次模拟】 【答案】B 【解析】 第一空考查短语中的冠词， knowledge of 意为： a 懂一点； 第二空考查短语 make a difference 意为：起作用，产生不同。句意：这个故事表明懂一点急救知识能起重要作用。 【考点定位】考查冠词的用法 22. Previously ______ at a fast food restaurant, the Smiths were dissatisfied with the unhealthy meals they served there. A. volunteered B. to volunteer C. volunteering D. having volunteering
14. What do we know about the woman? A. She doesn‘t know English well. B. She doesn‘t have a school certificate. C. She doesn‘t want to apply for the job. 听第 9 段材料，回答第 15 至 17 题。 15. What is the woman doing? A. Having an interview. B. Having a survey. C. Having a test.
【2013 届河北衡水中学第二次模拟】23. More and more rich people have promised to _____ their wealth after death to help the poor and the disabled.
16. Where does the woman come from? A. Brittany. B. Paris. C. Princeton.
A. give away 【答案】A
B. give up
C. give out
D. give in
17. What does the woman like most? A. Reading. B. Swimming. C. Windsurfing.
【解析】句意：越来越多的富人们承诺死后把他们的财产捐出用来帮助穷人和残疾人。此处 give away 捐赠；give up 放弃；give out 发出； give in 屈服。根据句意选 A。 【考点定位】考查动词短语辨析。
听第 10 段材料，回答第 18 至 20 题。 18. When is Harrods open? A. From Monday to Friday. 19. What is Harrods famous for? A. Its food halls. B. Its clothes halls. C. Its book halls. B. From Monday to Saturday. C. From Monday to Sunday.
【2013 届河北衡水中学第二次模拟】24. If you _______ carry with you the belief that all you do is right, it‘s none of my business. A. should 【答案】D 【解析】句意：如果你偏要认为你所做的一切是正确的，那与我无关。此处 must 意为：偏要，一 定。 【考点定位】考查情态动词的用法。 【2013 届河北衡水中学第二次模拟】25. Good shoes, clothes and a backpack are the basic______ you need for your hiking. A. equipment 【答案】A （共 7 页） B. instrument C. tools D. fixings B. may C. can D. must
20. What is the most interesting thing about Harrods? A. There‘s a doctor and a bank in it. B. There are hundreds of lights outside. C. There‘re 25 cafes and restaurants in it. 第二部分 英语知识运用 (共二节，满分 45 分) 第一节： 单项填空 (共 15 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 15 分) 21. The story shows that _______ knowledge of _______ first aid can make ______ real difference. A. the; the; / B. a; /; a C. /; the; a D. a; /; /
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【解析】句意：结实的鞋、衣服和背包是你徒步旅行的基本的装备。此处 equipment 装备； instrument 器械，仪器；tool 工具； fixing 汉堡包。 【考点定位】考查名词词义辨析 26. He hesitated for a moment before kicking the ball, otherwise he ____ a goal.
C. Why not?
D. I don't think so.
33. I went along thinking nothing ___________, just looking at things around me. A. in brief 34. You may depend on A. them B. in doubt C. in particular D. in harmony
that they will look after your daughter when you are away. B. this C. her D. it
A. had scored
C. would score
D. would have scored
35. We should give the disabled encouragement to live _________ as we do. A. as a rich and full life C. so a rich and full life B. as rich and full a life D. so rich and full a life
【2013 届河北衡水中学第二次模拟】27. When I was _______ the school football team because I was unfit, I knew it was time to quit _______. A. taken off, smoking C. taken down, to smoke 【答案】A 【解析】句意：当我因为健康问题，在足球对中被换下时。我知道我该戒烟了。此处 take off 意为： 换下，终止。Quit 后接动名词作宾语。 【考点定位】考查动词短语辨析。 28. Attractive ________ the device might seem, ―my wife has already done that by herself‖ was a common response after people seeing it when it was introduced on show this week. A. while B. although C. as D. when B. taken up, having smoked D. taken apart, smoking
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，然后从各题所给的 A、B、C、D 四个选项中，选出最佳选项。 One day I was doing a big clean-up when I coin inside. I took one look and immediately 37 36 a knotted handkerchief with an old dark brown an unforgettable time. 38 and
In 1991, I had spent five months in Niger, with sandstorms and great heat. Its
beggars were my biggest and most constant complaint. Street beggars would continually reached out their hands, shouting ―Gift! Gift!‖ One day, I 39 for neighboring Burkina to work in a health clinic. 40 . Out of the darkness, a
Arriving by taxi at our destination in Burkina, we began to motorbike with two men approached slowly. Without 29. Hearing a scream, I rushed downstairs only to see my hostess ___________on the floor. A. lain unconscious B. lying unconscious C. laid unconsciously D. lying unconsciously 43 C. if D. that 41
, one of the men grabbed my daypack as 42 up by the night.
the motorbike swept close by. Within seconds, the two were out of sight,
The bag had my passport, money, traveler‘s cheques, camera, an airline ticket and other things to me. I was in deep trouble. In the weeks that followed, I 44 guarded the rest of my valuables and regarded all 45
30. Never stop doing ___________you are fond of. A. no matter what B. whatever
31. Fully __________ in looking after three children at home, she no longer has time to enjoy the various activities in the club. A. occupied B. contributed C. attached D. devoted
with suspicion. All I wanted was to leave this place. Then, walking through Burkina‘s streets, I met with an old woman, ―Gift! Gift!‖ she cried. I‘d had enough. I was 46 of the country: its poverty, its thieves, the heat, and the dust, I told her angrily, ―A 47 out of your country. I cannot give you anything‖. 48 my words. Then she reached 49 the folds
thief stole all my money and now I can‘t
32. —Do you think I should accept his invitation, Jim? — If I were you, I certainly would. B. It depends. 高三第二次模拟考试英语试卷 第 3 页
The beggar woman listened attentively and of her dress.
A. None of your business.
―Then I will give you a gift‖, she announced. Kindly, she placed and old, dark brown coin in my （共 7 页）
hand. I looked at it in
50 . It was a very small amount of money – but for this woman, the coin
Mr. Patrick was new to the school and to us. Even though he was a great teacher, he seemed rather like a character out of a horror movie. He didn‘t look that bad, but somehow, he looked extremely scary to me.
a meal. At that moment, I felt a shame. In spite of the priceless. I saw then the
52 , she was able to give me something
53 beauty of the people of Burkina, and appreciated deeply the quiet
of Some kids began to believe that he was a murderer or a ghost; some believed he was mad and a few believed that he might have suffered a lot in his life. I was one of those ?few‘. One day I gathered up my courage and headed towards the school garden. He was, as usual, sitting
the poor. With the old woman‘s gift, I hope never to part with the coin she gave me. With one small coin, she 55 my concept completely.
36.A. cared about 37.A. presented 38.A. traffic 39.A. headed 40.A. move 41.A. warning 42.A. hung 43.A. obvious 44.A. elegantly 45.A. locals 46.A. proud 47.A. get 48.A. attended to 49.A. for 50.A. order 51.A. meant 52.A. dirtiness 53.A. updated 54.A. moment 55.A. changed
B. came across B. gave B. dust B. struggled B. unload B. planning B. put B. expensive B. cautiously B. thieves B. conscious B. run B. looked up B. into B. vain B. made B. poverty B. unfolded B. action B. damaged
C. looked for C. recalled C. noise C. stood C. hide C. thinking C. swallowed C. familiar C. dependently C. beggars C. sick C. come C. thought about C. out C. serve C. served C. kindness C. broken C. dignity C. found
D. focused upon D. reminded D. climate D. came D. pass D. arranging D. cleared D. previous D. frequently D. motorbikes D. aware D. rush D. wrote down D. at D. shock D. suggested D. safety D. unexpected D. life D. accepted
on a bench alone. I breathed heavily a few times and then walked towards him. ―How are you?‖ I asked with my voice crackling. He managed to say, ―Fine.‖ ―Well, good to know,‖ I tried to be happy. ―Hmmm…‖ was all I heard. ―What‘s up with you?‖ then seeing a puzzled look on his face, I tried to be more formal and respectful. ―I mean, why aren‘t you like all other people in the school? Why are you always so quiet and sad? Why…‖ ―No dear, some things are better left unsaid,‖ he said gloomily. ―Oh no sir, nothing is better left unsaid. If you want to share your feelings with me and reduce the pain of your heart, you are free to do so. I promise I will never ever tell anyone.‖ ―With you? You are just a little girl; what will you understand?‖ I was somehow offended but still I managed to persuade him, ―So what, Sir? You see, if you tell me your problem, you will have a light heart and you will have the feeling that someone somewhere cares about you.‖ ―Oh okay, that was a very nice belief indeed; let‘s take a walk and I will let you know everything.‖ Soon after our little talk, there was a visible change on his face. Later that day in the class, there was a smile on his face. 56. From the text, we can know about Mr. Patrick that he .
第三部分 阅读理解（共 20 小题；每小题 2 分，满分 40 分） 第一节: 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。 A
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A. once acted a character in a horror movie C. often punished the students for bad marks 57. Mr. Patrick was thought by the author to A. be a murderer or a ghost C. have suffered a lot .
B. scared his students with his looks D. did better in teaching than others in the school
The author is Paulette Bourgeois.
The First Thanksgiving B. be mad D. have a special personality . D. happy The First Thanksgiving is for ages 4-8 and it tells about the story of the pilgrims‘ learning languages. It is beautifully illustrated with plenty of beautiful watercolors(水彩画). The author is James Waiting and the price of the book is $2.50. You can find it on http://www.powells.com. 59. Clifford travels to the big city probably because ________. A. he is eager to visit his grandmother C. he misses his neighbors very much B. he is not happy at home D. he likes traveling very much
58. While walking towards Mr. Patrick in the school garden, the author felt A. excited B. nervous B C. worried
Read this article and find out which one is a must-read for your children for Thanksgiving. Clifford’s Thanksgiving Visit Clifford has to stay home with his neighbors, as Emily Elizabeth‘s family goes visiting her grandmother. At first, Clifford feels lonely, thinking of his own family, but then he decides to visit his mother too. He travels many miles, crosses bridges, and he even gets into the subway! Follow
60. If you are interested in the pilgrims‘ life you can read ________. A. Clifford’s Thanksgiving Visit C. Franklin’s Thanksgiving B. The Magic Tree House D. The First Thanksgiving
Clifford‘s trip to the big city! At http://www.powells.com. it is $3.99. The author is Norman Bridwell. It is for children aged 4-8. The Magic Tree House The Magic Tree House describes how Jack and Annie return back to the eve of the first Thanksgiving. There they meet the pilgrims(移民) as well as Squanto, a native American who helped them. The story offers an age-appropriate, in-depth picture of what life was really like for early settlers, as well as their adventures and excitements. It is for ages 4-8. The book costs $2.50 at http://www.powells.com. The author is Sal Murdocca.
61. Kids can understand The First Thanksgiving better with the help of ________. A. teachers B. other readers C Breathe, wave and smile. Along with more than 300 other seniors, I marched into the stadium on the afternoon of May 10. The audience burst into deafening cheers. The huge stadium shook with all the whistling and clapping. It was as if a Hollywood superstar had walked on stage. And indeed, every single senior that day was a star of the moment. Each deserved it. The seniors had been preparing for four years for this once-in-a-lifetime moment—the commencement. C. pictures D. computers
Franklin’s Thanksgiving Franklin thinks that there will be an over-abundance of food for Thanksgiving dinner. So he invites his teacher and friends for Thanksgiving dinner. It costs $2.50 at www.Powells.com. The book is for children aged 4-8. 高三第二次模拟考试英语试卷 第 5 页
Seated, I waited anxiously for the opening address. As a foreign exchange student, I was not able to receive a diploma. However, I still had the wonderful feeling of being part of things. Like the other graduates, I was dressed in purple cap and gown. Our principal, Mr. Glover, delivered a short, warm greeting. The US national anthem followed and （共 7 页）
then, hands on chests, a solemn Pledge of Allegiance(效忠宣誓). Students who had excelled academically gave farewell speeches. The tears in some eyes convinced me that many had deep feelings about the occasion. It was as the class motto says, ―Life brings us tears, smiles and memories. The tears dry; the smiles fade; but the memories last forever.‖ Then came the core (核心) of the commencement. Hundreds of names were announced. Each graduate walked across the stage to receive his or her diploma from the principal. From the different
d. The principal gave a short, warm speech. e. Seniors went into the stadium. A. b-c-a-d-e B. b-d-c-e-a C. e-d-b-a-c D. e-d-c-b-a
65. From the text, we can infer that_______. A. foreign exchange students could get a diploma B. a diploma guarantees a bright future C. the ceremony symbolizes the beginning of a new stage in life
cheers each graduate got, we had the funny sense that it was a kind of competition of who could cheer the loudest. To be honest, the presentation of diplomas got boring. A girl sitting next to me even started yawning. But it wasn‘t boring for those receiving the diploma: they would treasure the moment the principal placed the sacred brown document in their hands for the rest of their lives. A new page in the book of that person‘s life had turned. They were glimpsing their futures: futures of challenge, hardship, perhaps loneliness too, which would take all of their courage. 62. What‘s the article mainly about? A. An American graduation ceremony. C. A presentation of college diplomas. B. The opening ceremony of a sports meeting.
D. everyone felt excited at the presentation of the diploma D Are you a team person? Are you at your best as part of a small, tightly united group of dedicated workers? If so, the future may hold more for you than you think. High technology, some predicted, would make team work a thing of the past. That‘s happening in those areas of business and data processing where one person and a computer can replace a team of workers. But, elsewhere, teamwork is very much alive. High technology has led to a new type of teamwork in a number of fields, including advertising, scientific research, engineering design, architecture and ocean exploration. Through computer networking, scientists, engineers and technicians at different
D. A US college‘s farewell party.
locations---often thousands of miles apart---can work on the same project at once. They can exchange ideas, try out different designs and test their results. Examples? An engineering team can now design and try out a robot system, a new manufacturing process, or an entire factory before it is built. An architectural team can do the same with a building or a bridge. A medical team can simulate (模拟) a dangerous operation before performing it on a patient. Of course, computer–assisted team effort doesn‘t end with investigation and simulation. It now usually continues into actual design, manufacturing and testing. ―Computer–aided design (CAD) and computer–aided manufacture (CAM) are breaking down barriers between traditional design and
63. According to the text, which of the following statements about the author is TRUE? A. Hollywood superstars went to attend the ceremony. B. Every single senior became a superstar at the ceremony. C. When each graduate got his or her diploma, there were cheers. D. All graduates would treasure the diploma for the rest of their lives.
64. The right order of the following events is________. manufacturing functions,‖ explains Dr. Prakash Rao, an engineering manager at General Electric. a. Diplomas were presented to graduates. b. Students gave farewell speeches. interconnected like a network.‖ c. The US national anthem was played. 高三第二次模拟考试英语试卷 第 6 页 （共 7 页） ―Interdisciplinary teams and engineers follow a product from concept to production. Everything is
Sometimes a computer–aided effort can extend beyond production. A team that produces robots may use them to explore space and ocean depth. For high–technology team work, the future seems limitless. 66. The underlined part ―hold more‖ most probably means to A. maintain more chances C. make more regulations B. give more rights D. store more information .
tests that you can‘t fall asleep at night? Have you ever felt sick or had a headache during a test?
This worry in your mind can make your body feel bad. You may feel angry, frustrated, scared, or afraid --- which can give you a stomachache or a headache. 72 Good or normal stress might happen when you are called to answer a question in class 73
or when you have to give a speech. This kind of stress can help you to get things better done. .
But bad stress can happen if the stressful feelings keep going over a long time. You may not feel 67. According to the passage, the writer believes that A. teamwork requires more use of computers than that of human beings B. teamwork will be completely replaced by computers C. the concept of teamwork is still alive and no longer the same as the past D. high technology would make teamwork a thing of the past 68 The examples given by the writer in Paragraph 4 serve A. to prove high technology has a promising future B. to explain his idea of new type of teamwork is reasonable C. to show that it tends to be an end to teamwork soon D. to indicate the computer—assisted team effort just means investigation and simulation. B. Can you tell a kind of stress from another one? 69. Which of the following statements is NOT true according to the passage? A. Many fields of science and technology are now using computers effectively. B. No details are given in the passage about barriers between traditional design and manufacturing functions. C. Experts from different fields have to cooperate to develop a product from concept to production. D. High technology is nothing but a new type of teamwork plus CAD and CAM. 70. The author‘s attitude to towards the introduction of the computer to teamwork is of A. objection B. indifference C. support D. doubt . C. The best way to keep stress away is to have a balanced life. D. That kind of stress isn‘t going to help you, and it can actually make you sick. E. Since bad stress is harmful for us, you‘d better try to change it into good stress. F. If so, then you know what stress is. Stress is what you feel when you are worried or uncomfortable about something. G. For example, you may do a better job on your test if the stress pushes you to prepare well before the test. A. However, there are two different kinds of stress. . well if your parents are fighting, if a family member is ill, if you are having problems at school, or if you are going through anything else that makes you upset every day. 75 74
That means making good decision about how to spend your time. If you are only
dealing with school stuff and have no time to play, you can get stressed. Make sure you keep your SELF in mind: Sleep, Exercise, Leisure and Food. If you take care of yourself and get enough sleep and food, and if you exercise and leave time for fun stuff, you will probably be less stressed out!
第二节： 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。 （71—75 涂到答题卡上，选 E 涂 AB，选 F 涂 AC，选 G 涂 AD） Every student has tests when they are at school. But have you ever been so worried about the
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第一节： 词汇运用（共 10 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 10 分） （一）根据下列句子所给汉语意思写出空缺处单词，或根据所给词写出正确形式。 （共 7 页）
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1.They entered their child at a _________ (私立) school. 2. At the beginning of the new term, all the students _________(服从)the rules of the school. 3. I feel the new dress is _________(不舒适) tight across the shoulders. 4. He was waiting for his brother's return with _________（焦虑). 5. With the _________（鼓励）of the teacher, I worked harder and harder. （二）根据下列句子所给汉语意思完成句子。 6. Such behavior__________________(引我深思). 7. Finally, at dinner parties, we talk loudly and touch glasses when __________ (为….敬酒) someone‘s health or success to show that we‘re warm. 8. Qianmen Street is a famous street___________________(有 600 多年的历史). 9. Hard and smart work will make us _________________(发挥我们的潜能). 10. Here's wishing you _____________________ (一切顺利) in the coming year. 第二节：短文改错（共 10 小题，每小题 1 分，满分 10 分） （见答题纸） 第三节： 【2013 届河北衡水中学第二次模拟】书面表达（满分 25 分） 最近某高中开展以“校园杜绝零食”为主题的活动。假如你是该学校学生会主席，请以学生 会的名义，参考下列内容提示，给全校学生写一封倡仪书。 内容提示：1. 指出吃零食的现象 注意： 1. 词数：100 左右。 2. 对所给要点逐一陈述，可以适当增加细节，以使行文连贯。 3. 参考词汇：零食 snacks 现象 phenomenon 2. 阐述吃零食的影响 3. 提出合理化的建议
单选： BCADA DACBB ACCDB 完形： BCDAB ACDBA CACBD ABDCA 阅读： （A）BCB (B) BBC (C) ACDC (D)ACBDC (E) FAGDC 填空： 1. private 2. obeyed 3. uncomfortably 4. anxiety 5. encouragement 6. left me deep in thought/ caused me to think deeply 7.drinking/toasting to 8. of over 600 years old（history）/ with a history of over 600 years. 9. realize/ achieve our potential 10. all the best 改错： I was real sad when I found my bicycle went wrong again. Tired of repairing it again and again, really I decided ∧ buy a new one. After school, I went to a shop locating in the center of the city with a to located friend called Jack. The black bicycle attracted my eyes as soon as we went into the store. It looked A so cool that I could hardly wait to ride it. The shopkeepers told us that it was the latest bicycle. shopkeeper He wanted to charge me for 800 yuan, that was too high for me. I just couldn‘ t afford such which an expensive one. Then I choose another one, which cost him only 200 yuan. It was not perfect, chose me so it was much better than the old one. but 范文： Dear fellow students, There is a serious phenomenon in our school that many students will crowd in the school store to buy snacks after each class and some students even eat snacks in class. Eating snacks is a bad habit and is also a waste of money. In addition, most snacks are unhealthy food, for they contain too much fat and sugar. Eating snacks improperly may lead to fatness and illness. What‘s worse, some students throw the wrappers everywhere, which pollutes our campus. Dear fellow students, it‘s high time that we shouldn‘t act like kids any more. We high school students, should develop good eating habits. Remember that three regular meals a day as well as a balanced diet are essential for us. Let‘s form good eating habits and say no to snacks. 听力文本： Text 1 M: Do you think we can catch the train if we keep driving at this speed? W: Yes, but I‘m afraid the road may become crowded soon. Text 2 （共 7 页）
2012～2013 学年度上学期第二次模拟考试 高三年级英语试卷参考答案
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W: Would you call a taxi to take me to the hospital? I can‘t catch a bus that late. M: Call a taxi? I‘ll take you myself. Text 3 M: Is there any assignment for next Tuesday? W: Nothing to read or write. But we‘re supposed to listen to some radio programmes and be ready to talk about them in class. Text 4 M: Here‘s your key, Mrs. Tone. Your room is No.33--- up the stairs and turn right. W: Is it a quiet room? M: Well, it‘s quieter at the back of the hotel. Here, have this one if you prefer. W: No.23. Thanks. I‘ll need the room for 6 nights. Text 5 M: Wow! What a great set of drums! W: Yeah, they‘re great. But I can‘t play them when my friends are at home. They say they‘re noisy. M: I get the same thing at home. My friends tell me that I annoy them whenever I turn up the volume on my CD player. Text 6 W: Hi, darling. How are things in Brail? M: Pretty good. I‘m now calling from my hotel in Fortaleza. The scenery is amazing. W: What are you doing in Fortaleza? M: I‘m working on the plans for the shopping centre. What are you doing now? W: Oh, I‘m working in the garden. M: And what are the children doing? W: They‘re watching TV. No. Tommy is playing on his computer and Emma is talking with her friends, I think. M: Good. I‘m thinking of going back this weekend. Maybe we can plan something interesting. Text 7 M: Hello. Lisa. We‘re doing a survey of our customers. How often do you come to the club? W: Three times a week, usually. M: Can you run ten kilometers in an hour on the running machine? W: Oh no. I can‘t. Maybe 8 or 9 kilometres. M: Do you use the swimming pool? You know the new swimming pool. W: No, I don‘t. I can‘t swim. And I‘m scared of water. M: OK. You know, we offer lessons here. W: I know, I know. But I‘m scared of water. M: Well, I‘m sure our trainer can help you --Text 8 M: Hello. How can I help you? W: Hello. Can you tell me about the office assistant job, please? M: Certainly. Let me see --- right, the office assistant job with DP Computer Export. It‘s a modern office and there‘s good transport. You work from Monday to Friday, from nine o‘clock to half past five. And the salary is --- let me see --- yes --- it‘s 1,000 pounds a month. W: OK, but what does an office assistant do? What are the work duties? M: Well, in this job you answer phones, you do the filing and you do the photocopying. You also write and send e-mails and letters. You don‘t have to arrange meetings. W: What qualifications do I need?
M: Well, you need a school certificate and basic English. So, are you interested in the job? W: Erm, well, --- the salary isn‘t very good. Do you have any other jobs? Text 9 M: Good afternoon. My name is Johnson and this is my colleague, Sharon. She‘ll be listening to us. Now, could I have your mark sheet, please? W: Yes, here you are. M: So your name is Christine. Where are you from? W: I‘m from Brittany, in France. M: Do you work or study in Brittany? W: I finished school in Princeton last year. Then I found a job near Paris. I work for a multinational company. I like the job a lot. I like speaking English with my colleagues and our customers. M: OK. Christine, what do you do in your spare time? W: I like reading, listening to music and I like swimming. But I like windsurfing the most. M: Do you think it‘s better to live in a small town or a big city? W; I live near Paris, but that‘s because of my work. I would prefer to live in a smaller town, like my hometown. Maybe because I like the sea. M: Thank you. That‘s the end of Part One of the speaking test. W: Thank you. Text 10 W: Good afternoon everybody. In this short talk, I‘d like to tell you about my favorite store – Harrods, the huge department store in London. The building is beautiful, especially at night, when there are hundreds of lights outside. It‘s fascinating. It‘s open every day of the week, including Sundays. There‘re seven floors, I think. Yes, I‘m sure there‘re seven floors. You can find everything in Harrods: clothes, watches, books and DVDs, children‘s toys, things for your home and sports equipment. You can even buy a famous green Harrods shopping bag. And Harrods can order anything you want! You can buy anything you can imagine in Harrods. It‘s famous for its fantastic food halls, and there‘re about 25 cafes and restaurants. The most interesting thing is that there‘s even a doctor in the store as well as a bank. To finish, I think Harrods is the best department store in the world. That‘s all. I hope you enjoy my little talk and it can help you get familiar with Harrods in some way. Thank you.
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