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2010—2011 学年度高三毕业班第五次质量检查

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考试时间:120 分钟 试卷满分:150 分

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注意:选择题一律做在答题卡上,否则不给分!

r />I.听力 (共 20 小题,每小题 1.5 分,满分 30 分) 第一节 (共 5 小题;每小题 1.5 分,满分 7.5 分) 听下面 5 段对话。每段对话后有一个小题,从题中所给的 A、B、C 三个选项中选出最 佳选项,并标在试卷的相应位置。听完每段对话后,你都有 10 秒钟的时间来回答有关小题 和阅读下一小题。每段对话仅读一遍。 1.What does the woman suggest? A.Seeing the movie. B.Going to bed early. C.Staying up till eleven. 2.Which bus will the woman take if she wants to walk less? A.Z-4. B.T-6. C.T-3. 3.What seems to be the woman?s problem? A.She is not happy with her life. B.She has to leave early. C.She is not happy with her purchase. 4.When will Alice get married? A.In October. B.In November. C.In December. 5.What are the speakers talking about? A.Paying for tickets. B.Repairing machines. C.Changing notes. 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。听完每段对话或独白前后,你将有时间阅读各 个小题,每小题 5 秒钟;听完后,各小题将给出 5 秒钟的作答时间。每段对话读两遍。
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听第 6 段材料,回答第 6、7 题。 6.Why does the man want to see the doctor? A.To have a health examination. B.To pay the doctor. C.To ask for some advice. 7.What do we know about the woman? A.She works for Mr.Lewis. B.She had an operation last month. C.She works as a nurse. 听第 7 段材料,回答第 8 至 9 题。 8.What did the speaker?s friend do at the party? A.She introduced her to Chris Turner. B.She shook hands with Chris Turner. C.She told a story about Chris Turner. 9.How did the speaker feel after meeting Chris Turner? A.Unimpressed with footballers. B.Angry with her friend. C.Disappointed with herself. 听第 8 段材料,回答第 10 至 13 题。 10.How many people were there in Mr.Walpole?s house before midnight? A.4. B.5. C.6. 11.What was the cook doing when the woman saw her? A.She was cooking dishes. B.She was doing some cleaning. C.She was talking with Mr.Walpole. 12.When did the woman finish the report? A.At 7:00 p.m. B.Around 11:30 p.m. C.Around 12:25 a.m. 13.Who might have been the first one to find that Mr.Walpole was killed? A.The woman. B.The cook. C.Tom. 听第 9 段材料,回答第 14 至 17 题。 14.What?s the main topic of this conversation? A.Varieties of eyeglasses. B.Shopping for eyeglasses. C.The job of an optician (眼镜商) . 15.How much do a pair of glasses and an eye exam cost according to the conversation? A.About the same price as a color television. B.About $100. C.About $200.
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16. What will the optometrist?s (验光师) office in the new mall give away during the promotion? A.One free pair of glasses. B.A free lens (镜片) coating. C.One free eye exam. 17.What is the man probably going to do next? A.Check out the optometrist in the new mall. B.See his eye doctor. C.Get a pair of glasses he?s fond of. 听第 10 段材料,回答第 18 至 20 题。 18.Why was the local government blamed? A.For cutting down the forest. B.For being slow in rescue efforts. C.For failing to remove the unstable lake. 19.What did the PLA soldiers complain about? A.They couldn?t reach the site quickly. B.They had no suitable tools. C.The task was too hard for them. 20.How many people were reported as still missing? A.1720. B.1270. C.600. II.单项填空(共 15 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 15 分) 从每题所给的 A、B、C 和 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.Guangzhou was the second Chinese city to host the Asian Games because Beijing _____ the event before. A.had held B.was held C.held D.had been held 22.China's sport delegation consisted of 1454 members, _______ 977 athletes took part in competitions, making it the biggest number in the history of China in the Asian Games. A.in which B.in that C.among that D.among which 23. The Chinese women?s volleyball team was the champion in the 16th Asian Olympic Games but the Korean women?s volleyball team was only ____ beaten. A.nearly B.narrowly C.hardly D.slightly 24.I couldn't help applauding for Liu Xiang?s excellent performance _______ he got the first prize on the stage in the 16th Asian Games. A.for the first time B.suddenly C.the moment D.once 25.______ by the athletes? restless soul, the students determined not to give up and work hard at their lessons. A.Being affected B.Affected C.Having affected D.To be affected
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26.With nothing _______ in the fridge, I had to go shopping though tired. A.remained B.left C.leaving D.remaining 27.— I?m still working on my research report. — Oh, you?ll miss the deadline.Time is _______. A.running out B.giving out C.using up D.running out of 28.News came from the school office ______ three students had been admitted to Wuhan University. A.which B.what C.that D.where 29.People believe that ______ prices of vegetables will not rise by more than another four percent under ____ control of the government. A.the; the B.the; / C./; the D./; / 30.I like this car with a small television in it, but I don?t have enough money to buy _ . A.one B.this C.it D.that 31.Some students still use mobile phones in class ______ what the result will be. A.instead of B.in place of C.in memory of D.regardless of 32. new ______ bullet train service to Shanghai started to operate about more than one year ago. A A.regular B common C.usual D.normal 33. was not in Fuzhou this September, otherwise I ____ the opening ceremony of the 5th National I Special Olympic Games. A.would not miss B.didn?t miss C.had not missed D.would not have missed 34.--- I?m afraid I can?t return the book to you before Friday. ---__________. A.Don?t be afraid B.Be careful C.Not at all D.Take your time 35.She is working hard all day long, which will surely ______her success in the college entrance examination next June. A.result from B.contribute to C.benefit from D.stick to III.完形填空(共 20 题;每小题 1.5 分,满分 30 分) 阅读下面短文,从短文后所给的 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。 A certain good woman one day said something that hurt her best friend of many years.She regretted it immediately and would do anything to take the words back.So she went to an older, wiser woman in the village and 36 for advice. Listening to her, the older woman 37 the younger woman?s distress 苦恼) and knew she must ( help her.She also knew she could 38 ease her pain, but she could teach. Then, she said.“There are 39 things you need to do.The first is extremely difficult.Tonight, Take your best 40 pillows and open a small hole in each one. Then, 41 the sun rises, you must put a single feather on the doorstep of each house in town. When you are 42, come back to me. you?ve If
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done the first thing 43, I?ll tell you the second.” The young woman hurried home to prepare for her chore, 44 the pillows were very 45 to her and very expensive. All night long, she went from doorstep to doorstep.Her fingers were 46.The wind was so sharp that it caused her eyes to water, but she ran on through the 47 streets, 48 there was something she could do to put things 49 the way they once were.Finally she placed the last feather on the steps of the last house.Just as the sun rose, she returned to the older woman. She was exhausted but 50 ,thinking that her efforts would be rewarded. “Now,” said the wise woman, “Go back and 51 your pillows. Then everything will be as it was before.” The young woman was stunned, “You know that?s impossible! The wind 52 each feather as fast as I placed them on the doorsteps! You didn?t say I had to get them back! If this is the second requirement, then things will never be the same.” “That?s true,” said the older woman.“Never forget.Each of your words is like a feather in the wind.Once 53 no amount of effort, 54 sincere or heartfelt, can ever return them to your mouth.Choose your words well and 55 them in the presence of those you love.” 36.A.looked B.asked C.sought D.prayed 37.A.witnessed B.touched C.guessed D.sensed 38.A.certainly B.easily C.never D.seldom 39.A.one B.two C.three D.four 40.A.feather B.leather C.woolen D.cotton 41.A.when B.after C.as D.before 42.A.through B.off C.over D.out 43.A.quickly B.absolutely C.completely D.carefully 44.A.as if B.even though C.now that D.in spite of 45.A.hard B.rare C.nice D.precious 46 A.freezing B.to freeze C.froze D.frozen 47.A.darkened B.widened C.brightened D.broadened 48.A.amazed B.lucky C.thankful D.hopeful 49.A.on B.up C.off D.back 50.A.tired B.relieved C.relaxed D.calm 51 A.refill B.get C.purchase D.seek 52.A.blew up B.blew on C.blew away D.blew over 53.A.told B.spoken C.speaking D.telling 54.A.whenever B.whatever C.although D.however 55.A.care B.mind C.notice D.avoid

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IV.阅读理解(共 20 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 More than 200 British fans of “Mamma Mia!” are getting married on Greek islands this summer to recreate the wedding scene in their favorite film. A travel agency offering a special “Mamma Mia! marriage” package is flying couples to Greece for custom-made (定制的) ceremonies with the same country charm as the one featured in the romantic comedy featuring Meryl Streep, Colin Firth and Pierce Brosnan. Jane and Andreas Palikiras, who run London-based Ionian Weddings, say Greek weddings are a “growth industry” and that they had organised more than 100 such ceremonies this summer. They told the Sunday Times that many British couples are choosing the islands of Skiathos or Skopelos, both of which featured in the box office hit film, and some are insisting on an Abba soundtrack (唱片) to complete the experience. Sharon Lawrence, 28, a business travel consultant from Colchester, who got married on Skiathos, said, “As soon as I saw the film I thought ?this is it? but I didn?t even know which part of Greece it was in.So I got on the Internet and did some research.” She wed Kevin, a 33 year-old printer, at the town hall on June 2 followed by a reception for 30 similar to the one in the film, which is an adaptation of the successful West End show. Mr Palikiras said it was not possible to get married in the exact same hilltop chapel (教堂) on Skopelos used in the film because it is too small and is reserved for member of the Greek Orthodox religion. He said the film had driven up tourism on the islands featured in the films but admitted locals were “probably getting a bit sick of it”. He added that bookings rose 60% after DVD of the film was released just before Christmas last year. 56.How many people was mentioned in the film according to the passage? A.Two. B.Three. C.Four. D.Five. 57.Why did some couples insist on the record of Abba? A.Because it was made in Greece. B.Because it was sung by a couple. C.Because it was sung by a Greek. D.Because it appeared in the film “Mamma Mia!” 58.How many couples got married in the film “Mamma Mia!”? A.20. B.30. C.40. D.60. 59.What does the underlined word “it” refer to in the fifth paragraph? A.Colchester. B.Mamma Mia. C.Skiathos. D.Greece.
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Ice-climb in London The huge ice skating area at Somerset House has been drawing crowds each winter for years, but last November an ice wall was added for the first time, bringing even more danger and excitement.Standing more than 26 feet high is a long line of pure ice, featuring three climbing faces of varying difficulty using crampons, ice picks and ropes.Using it costs about £40 (02078454600; www.somersethouseicednk.org.uk) is open from late November to the end .It of January. Hang-gliding in Rio De Janeiro According to the hang-gliders of Rio, once you?ve swooped over the city?s streets, gazing at the Sugar Loaf, and the city of Niteroion, the other side of Guanabara Bay, you will understand why birds are peaceful animals.Accept the romantic idea on a 30-minute cycling flight from the 525-meter Pedra Bonita in the Sao Conardo mountain down to the Sao Conrado beach.It costs around £55. Contact Air Adventures (0021 9843 9006; www.riohanggliding.com) . Sky-walk in Sydney This experience takes having a look at a nice view to the whole other level, as you are suspended more than 850 feet(260m)above street level, controlled to a class viewing platform of Sydney Tower.It?s the city?s highest building.After a thorough briefing and being fitted with protective skysuits, skywalkers make their way along two-purpose-built walkways ad platforms, which have transparent floor, while a guide points out landmarks.Night time skywalks are also available.It costs £46. Mountain-boarding in Leeds Riders roll down hills and fly off jumps, doing tricks.A number of special mountainboard parks have been opened around the country (see www.Ridethehill.com) .But the Leeds body of the Boarding Society practice at least twice a week in the city in locations that include Roundhay Park . Those with their own boards are welcomed to join them . Contact the society at www. scuz. info. Alternatively, beginners can get lessons in Halifax at the Another World (01422 245196; www.mountainboarding.co.uk) mountainboard centre for £8 an hour, with equipment. 60.The purpose of the above ads is to ______. A.offer some ways to experience extreme sports B.help readers have different excitement during their holidays C.introduce the most exciting sports around the world D.introduce the latest sports in the world. 61.Which of the following is open at night? A.Ice-climb in London. B.Hang-gliding in Rio Janeiro. C.Sky-walk in Sydney. D.Mountain-boarding in Leeds.
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62.What kind of feeling would you have if you went hang-gliding in Rio De Janeiro? A.Flying peacefully like a bird. B.Jumping quickly like a sportsman. C.Flying over the city like a pilot. D.Flying like a romantic actor. 63.You have never tried dangerous sport, then you can get on _____ to find some training information. A.www.ridethehill.com B.www.riohanggliding.com C.www.scuz.info D.www.mountainboarding.co.uk C Hi guys! I?m Lucy the Ladybird and while I?m very much of a lady, I?m not actually a bird but a glowing red beetle(甲虫) with decorative black spots. I?m a friendly little bug, to be honest, and simply like to be close with my pals as long as they handle me very gently. don?t bite humans but I do sink my teeth into mean beasts like aphids (蚜 I 虫) which, unlike me, are very harmful to all the plants.I milk the aphids just like people do with cows and I milk them dry of all the sap (汁) they have got from your poor plants.I?m a real gardeners? friend and love helping out around the place by pollinating flowers, tidying up plants? fallen leaves and helping to turn them into nice rich fertilizer to feed everything both above and below the soil, and naturally, being so attractive to look at, we are perfect living garden decorations. One thing I can not tolerate is all that poisonous pollution from vehicles, garbage burning and other un-environmentally friendly acts that occur in the cities every single minute of the day and night.Pollution of any kind really chokes me to death, so these days, I only live in clean countryside areas, particularly cool ones where it rains and everything grows fresh and green from spring right through to autumn.In winter, when the weather is too cold for me to bear, then I find a nice place to sleep until the snow has gone and I can come back out to play. Oh! I almost forgot to tell you that although I am not a bird I do have wings and can fly for short distances. if you pick me up and let me run up and down your hands and arms, then please So don?t frighten me by screaming if I suddenly secede to take off! 64.What threatens Lucy the Ladybird most? A.Heavy rains. B.Cold weather. C.Air pollution. D.Aphids. 65.From the second paragraph we can learn that Lucy thinks_____. A.ladybirds are the best living things in the garden B.ladybirds are the most honest living things in the garden C.the garden is a perfect place for ladybirds to live in D.ladybirds add beauty to the garden naturally 66.What do we know about the ladybird? A.It belongs to the insect family. B.It does harm to all growing plants. C.It lives on the liquid of plants. D.It can fly a long distance.
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67.How many aspects about the ladybirds are talked about in the passage? a.its appearance b.its influence on plants c.its habitat d.its food e.the origin of its name A.2 B.3 C.4 D.5 D No rows of desks in this classroom, and no teacher lecturing at the front.In fact, that?s something Barrie teacher Liz Collett rarely does.Instead, she?s on the move, talking to students about their work, from the small group sitting on the floor playing games to others nearby figuring out a math problem. The children in this class do not take a spelling test all year — in fact, the school avoids all pencil-and-paper tests — nor do they get assigned homework.Instead, their teacher gives them immediate feedback(反馈) on their work throughout the day. Welcome to the school of the 21st century, a place where teachers and students cooperate all the time.Such advanced classrooms are trying things, which some might consider as coddling kids — letting students give a voice-recorded essay instead of a written one or even allowing teens to design their own courses. Though some people blame schools for dumbing things down (降低教育标准) , others will say such changes are actually based on the newest research on how to attract today?s youth and increase not only their interests, but also their achievements.Many of today?s school are not holding kid?s interests.And if they?re not interested, they?re not learning — and isn?t that the point? “Students today say they want their education to be useful and valuable, and don?t want it to be simply repeating the facts.That?s the kind of learning that be happening for many kids,” says Penny Milton, a researcher.“What we could argue is that to become good learners, they need to become thinkers.” Jan Olson, anther researcher, says schools have been operating the same way since the Industrial Revolution.But the digital age is bringing an education revolution.While using technology is a part of it, what?s important for students is being able to use information and understand it, not just remembering it. Today?s learner needs fewer traditional tests and more “effective” feedback, ongoing discussion with a teacher, which studies have found is the number one factor in improving achievement. 68.The first two paragraphs are used to_______. A.blame Liz for not being responsible for her work B.describe what schools are like in the 21st century C.give an example of a successful school lesson D.question whether it is right not to assign homework
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69.The underlined sentence in Paragraph 3 means “some people may think it as a way of____” A.spoiling children B.making children become lazy C.leading children to make mistakes D.caring about children 70.Jan Olson thinks it important for students to ______. A.repeat the facts without really thinking B.learn something related to technology C.make full use of information D.use technology to improve their grades 71.Which is the most effective way to help students achieve more? A.Assigning more homework B.Offering immediate answers. C.Giving more pencil-and-paper tests. D.Holding more discussions with them. E Last month, James Connolly, a junior at the University of Massachusetts, stood in front of a local police station wearing a loose garment as punishment.His crime? He was charged with underage drinking, illegal possession of alcohol and very big noise while holding a party. This shaming punishment has increased in the US in recent years, mostly decided by local judges for less-serious crimes such as drunk driving and theft. They believe shame is the best small crime punishment.For example, in Tennessee, Judge James McKenzie has made a shoplifter stand outside Wal-Mart with signs that read, “ I?m a thief put here by order of Judge McKenzie.” Some experts think alternative punishments like community service and fines don?t convey moral condemnation (谴责) of the criminal because they aren?t shameful enough.Shaming punishments are sometimes called Scarlet Letter punishments.The name comes from US author Nathaniel Hawthorne?s 1850 novel, The Scarlet Letter.In this novel, a woman is forced to wear a scarlet ( red) ”A” on her clothes as punishment for her adultery. However, not everyone agrees.Experts said there is an important difference between the shaming punishments of colonial America and those assigned in states like Tennessee.“Early societies often had a ?re-acceptance? ceremony to welcome the offender back into main society, contemporary punishments in America lack this.” Supporters of shaming punishment argue that public shaming is a good way of expressing community values. Some judges say shamed offenders seldom repeat their crimes. Others aren?t so sure.“There is little evidence to suggest that shaming punishment are successful in preventing people from committing special crimes.And a shamed criminal may face a hard battle to regain reputation in society.So a shaming punishment may force the offender into more crime to support himself.” 72.James Connolly was punished because_______. A.he wore a loose garment in front of a local police station B.he drunk too much and caused an accident C.he broke the law of alcohol consumption and held a noisy party D.he stole things from a supermarket
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73.In early American societies, offenders________. A.wore a scarlet “A” on their clothes as shaming punishment B.would never gain respect from others C.didn?t receive any moral condemnation D.had the chance of being accepted by the societies again 74.We can infer from the passage that__________. A.shaming criminals publicly is a good way of expressing community values B.shaming punishment has a long history in the US[来源:学科网] C.shaming punishment can always have good results D.community service and fines don?t convey moral condemnation of criminals 75.What is the best title of the passages? A.Doubtful Punishment B.Successful Punishment C.The Increasing Punishment in the US D.The Result of Shaming Punishment in the US

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(非选择题 共 35 分) 第四部分:写作(共两节,满分 35 分) Ⅴ.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。 This is a story from the Ming Dynasty period of China?s history.There was a minor ______ (官员) called Wan Hu, 76._______ ______ dream was to fly to the moon.One day he 77._______ ______ (绑) himself to a chair with 47 rockets and 78._______ ______ (消失) into the sky and was never seen again. 79._______ H______ of years later in 1969, when US 80._______ a______ Neil Armstrong stepped down from Apollo 11 and s______ his foot on the moon?s surface, 81._______ the dream of Wan, as ______ as the rest of humankind, 82._______ was r______.In honor of Wan, a crater (环形山) on the 83._______ far side of the moon is named a_______ him.
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要求: 要求: 1.请阐述温室效应所产生的原因。 交通工具、工厂产生的气体;森林减少) ( 2.简述其后果,应尽可能涵盖图中所有信息(至少谈及二个方面,如:生态系统破坏, 动植物濒临灭绝) 。 3.我们该怎么办? These years, global warming is becoming a serious problem, endangering people?s life. ______________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________

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Global warming willcause some harmful effects. the first place, some islands will disappear In because of the rise of sea level.Extreme weather will also result from global warming.When temperature rises, the production of crops will decrease.Besides, some animals and plants will disppear from the planet, thus destroying the ecosystem. Facing such a threat, we should join efforts to cool the earth, such as taking a subway or bus to work instead of driving private cars to reduce greenhouse gas.All in all, we are supposed to remember it?s our responsibilitiy to save our earth. Text 1: M: I?m really tired,Mary.But I don?t want to miss the Hollywood movie that comes on at eleven. W: If I were you, I wouldn?t do it.We?d better go to bed now, for we have to get up early tomorrow.And anyway, I?ve heard it?s not as exciting as advertised. Text 2: W: Excuse me, sir.Can I catch the bus for the zoo here? M: You can take a T-3 or T-6 from here, but then you will have to walk about two blocks.Actually, if you take a Z-4 at the next block, it will let you right off in front of the zoo. Text 3: W: Can I speak with your financial office, please? M: Sure.May I ask who is calling? W: A dissatisfied customer. Text 4: M: I thought Jane would get married in October. W: Are you kidding? That will be Fiona?s wedding.Alice will hold her wedding ceremony the month to follow.
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Text 5: W: Excuse me.Can I use notes to buy tickets? M: Yes.Some ticket machines take both notes and coins. W: How will I know if a machine takes both? M: It will say on the machine. Text 6: W: The doctor will see you in a minute.While you?re waiting, you can answer some questions. M: But, nurse, you don?t understand.I only want to see the doctor about… W: Mr.Lewis, you will see the doctor in just a few minutes.But first I must ask you about your health. M: I?m very healthy. W: You are? Then why are you here? M: I want to pay the doctor for my wife?s operation last month. W: You do? Why didn?t you say so? Go right in. M: Thank you. Text 7: I went to a party with a friend and she knows that I am a big fan of Christ Turner, the footballer.I just think he?s a gifted man, and anyway he was going to be there.Now I knew that I would be really shy, which is stupid because he?s exactly the same age as me, and you know, he?s just a regular man, I?m sure.But when my friend introduced us and he shook my hand, I didn?t know what to say.I felt so bad about it afterwards.My friend just couldn?t understand it. Text 8: M: What were you doing at Albert Walpole?s house yesterday when he was murdered? W: I was working on a report for Mr.Walpole. M: When did you arrive at the house? W: At 7:00 p.m. M: Where were you working on the report? W: In the dining room.I was using my laptop computer. M: Did you see anyone else in the house? W: Yes, I saw the cook.She was cleaning in the kitchen.I also saw Mr.Walpole and is brother Frederick.They were talking in the living room. M: At what time were they talking? W: At about 11:30 p.m.then Frederick went to his bedroom. M: What about Tom Presley? Did you see him? W: Yes, I saw Tom Presley too.He arrived at midnight.He was waiting for Mr.Walpole while I was finishing the report.I finished it at about 12:25 a.m.then Tom went to find Albert and I wait for them.Then I heard a scream. Text 9:
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M: It?s hard to believe it?s become so complicated and expensive to buy a pair of glasses. W: I know. that long ago, buying eyeglasses was about as simple as buying a pair of socks. Not Do you really need new glasses? M: Yes, I?ve noticed that things are sort of unclear sometimes, but I haven?t seen an eye doctor yet. W: Oh, so you are looking for a place to go.Have you check around? M: Yes, I?ve just found out that designer eyeglasses can cost $200 oar more just for the frames. W: And a pair of lenses could add well over $100 to that. M: Yes, depending on the material and special lens coatings. W: So including the cost of an eye exam, a pair of spectacles can cost as much as a color TV set. M: it?s incredible.It?s a good thing that I don?t need to buy anything fancy.But it sounds like you have a lot of information about glasses.Did you just buy some? W: I did a few months ago.You might check out the optometrist in the new mall.Maybe they are still having a sale. M: I did.They are having a promotion now.They?ll include a protective lens coating with new lenses, if you have your eye exam here. W: Great.I hope you?ll find a pair of good glasses that you really like. Text 10: Mudslides in Zhouqu, Gansu were caused by early storms.The local government has been blamed for logging the forest in recent years, which has been done to improve living standards and tourism. An earlier mudslide left a wall of mud above the town, creating a temporary and very unstable lake.The storms filled the lake with water until it overflowed.What happened next was disastrous. Mud slid down the hillside continually, wiping out homes and businesses and destroying everything in its path. The wall of mud and debris caused by the slide affected the rescue efforts which followed.Mud blocked roadways and wiped out railways.Heavy equipment was unable to get to the site.PLA soldiers participating in the rescue efforts said that their light picks and shovels were totally inadequate for the task. The mudslide buried 1270 people.Another 600 were reported missing.Many people had no idea what was happening and had no time to escape. Families were separated. Wives saw husbands swept away.Children were ripped from the arms of parents.Family members wept as loved ones were swept away, never to be seen again. Grief-stricken residents stood beside the sites of their former homes, weeping.Some dug crazily with their hands or whatever they could find in an effort to locate loved ones and survivors.

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