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江苏省盐城市2020届高三英语第三次模拟考试试题

江苏省盐城市2020届高三英语第三次模拟考试试题

本卷分选择题和非选择题两部分。满分120分。考试时间120分钟。

第一部分听力(共两节,满分20分)

做题时,先将答案标在试卷上。录音内容结束后,你将有两分钟的时间将试卷上的答案转涂到答题纸上。

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 want the man to do?

A.Have some milk.

B.Go shopping.

C.Take out the garbage.

2.What will the man do tonight?

A.Go bowling.

B.Visit the woman.

C.Prepare for an exam.

3.What will the man most probably do?

A.Pay for the tickets.

B.Go to the ticket office.

C.Ask the woman for a discount.

4.Where does the conversation take place?

A.At home.

B.At the doctor’s.

C.At the man’s office.

5.What are the speakers mainly talking about?

A.Greg’s plan.

B.Greg’s course.

C.Greg’s job.

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5秒钟的时间阅读各个小题;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。

听下面一段对话,回答第6、7题。

6.What does the man want the woman to do?

A.Buy him a boat.

B.Lend him some money.

C.Spend the summer on a boat.

7.What is the woman’s attitude towards the man’s idea?

A.Supportive.

B.Opposed.

C.Confused.

听第7段材料,回答第8至10题。

8.Where does the woman work?

A.In a radio station.

B.In a hotel.

C.In a building company.

9.Why is the woman looking for Mr.Nash?

A.To book a hotel.

B.To talk about his concern.

C.To invite him for an interview.

10.How will the woman get in touch with Mr.Nash?

A.By writing an e-mail.

B.By sending a text message.

C.By making a phone call.

听第8段材料,回答第11至13题。

11.What does the woman ask the man about first?

A.The packing.

B.The receipt.

C.The price.

12.What does the man decided to do with the camera?

A.Change it.

B.Fix it.

C.Return it.

13.What is the woman most likely to be?

A.A technician.

B.A photographer.

C.A saleswoman.

听第9段材料,回答第14至17题。

14.What is the relationship between Tom and the man?

A.Colleagues.

B.Neighbors.

C.Classmates.

15.What problem does the man have?

A.He dislikes his job.

B.He is unfamiliar with the city.

C.He feels a little lonely.

16.What will the man do next Saturday?

A.Go to the woman’s house.

B.Treat the woman to dinner.

C.Introduce someone to the woman.

17.What can we learn about the woman?

A.She feels unhappy.

B.She is helpful.

C.She likes challenging jobs.

听第10段材料,回答第18至20题。

18.What working environment does Euro Cafe provide?

A.Fast-paced.

B.Pleasant.

http://www.doczj.com/doc/90ea9f7616791711cc7931b765ce050877327509.htmlpetitive.

19.What should applicants do to sign up for the fair?

A.Send a fax.

B.Visit the website.

C.Go to the office.

20.What do we know about Euro Cafe?

A.It opens from10a.m.to4p.m.

B.It will hold the Job Fair on June1.

C.It is famous in Europe.

第二部分英语知识运用(共两节,满分35分)

第一节单项填空(共15小题;每小题1分,满分15分)

请认真阅读下面各题,从题中所给的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。

21.As is well known,your thoughts,words and deeds_____the world around you.

A.painted

B.has painted

C.are painting

D.will paint

22.Fans of Youth With You are_____to TV screens every week to follow the ups and downs of their favourite stars.

A.devoted d

B.accustomed

C.exposed

D.glued

23._____stops learning is old and stays learning is young,whether at twenty or eighty.

A.What

B.Who

C.That

D.Whoever

24.There’s a_____between Japan and IOC that2020Tokyo Olympic Games will be

postponed by one year.

A.criterion

B.coincidence

C.consensus

D.conflict

25.My grandpa often looks back on those days in the countryside,where he______ for ages.

A.worked

B.has worked

C.had worked

D.was working

26.A qualified teacher is capable of_____students’needs and concerns.

A.instructing

B.overcoming

C.restoring

D.anticipating

27.Penicillin was discovered_______,which went well beyond the researchers’expectations.

A.on purpose

B.by accident

C.on occasion

D.by mistake

28.---How will you spend this summer vacation?

---I have made a(n)_____plan to take a trip to Jiuzhaigou.The schedule might be subject to change.

A.arbitrary

B.authentic

C.tentative

D.tight

29.Hard as it may be_____that Kobe is no longer with us,his unbreakable will lives on.

A.accepting

B.accepted

C.to accept

D.to have accepted

30.A party which tries to_____and take account of grass-roots feelings is bound to win mass support.

A.break down

B.catch on

C.turn over

D.reach out

31.After over two months of lockdown,taxi drivers in Wuhan say they are_____even when caught in traffic jams.

A.over the moon

B.under a cloud

C.white as a sheet

D.green with envy

32.A global concert One World:Together at Home_____many international musicians was held on April18in support of health workers.

A.featured

B.featuring

C.to feature

D.having featured

33.Old people really enjoy the speed_____their messages get sent and answered after learning how to use WeChat.

A.that

B.where

C.at which

D.in which

34._____others feel impossibility,Chinese people have learned to look for new opportunity.

A.Why

B.Where

C.Until

D.Unless

35.--Sorry,I’m having a headache today and...

---_______;I know you just don’t want to accompany me to the ball.

A.Don’t give me that

B.Don’t mention it

C.Don’t take it for granted

D.Don’t get me wrong

第二节完形填空(共20小题;每小题1分,共20分)

请认真阅读下面短文,从短文后各题所给的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。

It was Christmastime,and I had promised my son a bicycle.But life’s little

catastrophes had36my bike savings again and again.I stood at the bicycle display and my heart37.

But,38,there must be one that I could afford.I walked back and forth in front of the39,as if I could will one into40.“Please God,”I prayed silently.“I promised him a bicycle.”I stopped and stared as the truth became 41;there was not a single bike within my42.

A man walked up beside me and was excited about making his43.He wanted to know which one I was getting.I pointed to a green one,my son’s favorite color and explained to him the promise and my44.

He stared at it for a moment and then said to me,“I’ll carry this to the 45for you.”

“I can’t!”I said.“I don’t have enough money.”

“I know,”he said,“I’m46it for you.

“What?You can’t get this for me.”

He47me and walked to the checkout line and paid.

“Now which way to your car?”he asked,walking out of store.

A million concerns as to his motives48through my head,but I walked to

my car,full of49and gratitude.

He50the big box into the trunk.Then he turned to me,said,“Merry

Christmas!”and quickly disappeared in the parking lot.

I51the generosity of that man’s deed in my heart,and over the years

tried to be52to what I could do for others.

Fifteen years later,in that same store I heard a53woman in the next

line whispering that she couldn’t54what she needed for her unborn

baby.I55and said to myself,“I’m on it,God!”

36.A.lost B.claimed C.deposited D.wasted

37.A.failed B.hammered C.beat D.sank

38.A.surely B.fortunately C.surprisingly D.eventually

39.A.car B.counter C.display D.store

40.A.existence B.life C.practice D.power

41.A.specific B.obvious http://www.doczj.com/doc/90ea9f7616791711cc7931b765ce050877327509.htmlplex D.unbelievable

42.A.budget B.sight C.income D.authority

43.A.collection B.selection C.achievement D.movement

44.A.dream B.schedule C.dilemma D.option

45.A.garage B.exit C.entrance D.register

46.A.fetching B.getting C.carrying D.wrapping

47.A.observed B.escaped C.ignored D.teased

48.A.raced B.lived C.jumped D.saw

49.A.regret B.panic C.disbelief D.sympathy

50.A.threw B.folded C.separated D.slid

51.A.planted B.showed C.rewarded D.measured

52.A.reduced B.allergic C.superior D.sensitive

53.A.working B.pregnant C.wealthy D.greedy

54.A.charge B.choose C.afford D.move

55.A.sighed B.hesitated C.waited D.smiled

第三部分阅读理解(共15小题;每小题2分,满分30分)

请认真阅读下列短文,从短文后各题所给的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。

A

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A.Suggestions about handling mental problems.

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C.Chances to interview professionals in person.

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Since the end of its own space shuttle program in2011,the US has used Russian Soyuz spacecraft

Every time it wants to transport humans to and from space.While NASA is busy working on its own solution,the agency has increasingly turned to US private companies, such as Elon Musk’s SpaceX,to meet its off-planet transportation needs.Although SpaceX has successfully flown cargo(货物)flights for NASA since2012via the reusable Dragon spacecraft,the company has yet to launch humans in its so-called Crew Dragon capsule.Originally scheduled to launch in2017,the program has seen multiple delays.After all,it is rocket science and the path has not been easy.

But2019seemed different.NASA’s pre-purchased Soyuz flights had run out by the end of2019,and SpaceX,along with Boeing,had scheduled all its final tests to achieve certification in time to pick up where Soyuz left off.On March2,the Crew Dragon capsule was launched on a run without crew toward the International Space Station(ISS).The flight,known as Demo-1,went successfully.

The next major milestone scheduled was the in-flight abort test(飞行中止测试), another dry mission meant to test the reliability of the abort system that would save the crew in case of any accident during launch.The plan was to use the same capsule from the Demo-1flight.But SpaceX never got the chance.

In April2019,the company ran what was supposed to be a routine test,firing certain rockets with the capsule anchored firmly to the ground.Some100milliseconds before the engines fired,a leak of oxidizer caused an explosion that completely destroyed the capsule.

SpaceX spent the rest of spring and early summer figuring out what had gone wrong and pushing preparations for a replacement capsule.While the problem is now solved and the Crew Dragon spacecraft for Demo-2has arrived at the launch site,NASA and SpaceX haven’t set an exact date for the first test flight with astronauts to the ISS.

58.What can we learn from Paragraph1?

http://www.doczj.com/doc/90ea9f7616791711cc7931b765ce050877327509.html tends to continue reliance on Russian Soyuz spacecrafts.

B.SpaceX can cover all NASA’s off-planet transportation needs.

C.NASA has not ceased developing its space travel technology

D.Russia and SpaceX are competing for US space transportation.

59.The underlined word“dry”in Paragraph3is closest in meaning to______.

A.Without crew

B.without cargo

C.without a capsule

D.without fuels

60.Which of the following might be the best title of the passage?

A.A Ray of Hope for Space Exploration

B.The Rough Road to Launching A Dragon

C.Opportunities for Elon Musk’s SpaceX

D.Doubts about Off-planet Transportation

C.

There are times when I set off for my running-group sessions with little enthusiasm.It might be because I’m tired,or stressed,or have had to unwillingly tear myself away form something else.I’m the coach,so I can’t choose to give it a miss.

It was yet another cold,dark,wet evening and i wasn’t feeling the love as I gathered all the necessary outfits---head torch,reflective waterproof jacket, hat and gloves.No one in their right mind will come out in this weather,I thought. But when I turned into the car park,my headlights picked out runners making a dash through the rain to our meeting point,where others were already working out to stay warm,with chat,laughter and hugs.They,too,I realized,might be tired,stressed or busy.But,unlike me,they had a choice abo9ut whether to come running or stay at home.And that makes their decision to come----and to keep on coming----all the more uplifting.As on so many other occasions,I went home from the run feeling better than when I’d arrived.

I believe one of the strongest motivations behind these runners’decisions to come along is being part of a group.Belonging to a running community makes running greater than the sum of its parts.It’s no longer just a workout;it’s a catch-up with friends,a laugh and a shared experience.It provides a space to share your running triumphs and disappointments,to be congratulated and comforted,and,just as important,to congratulate and comfort others.

Research has long shown the likelihood of staying motivated is higher when exercise takes place in a group.The reasons are many.A study at the University of Southern California found people enjoy physical activity more when the y are with others and are more likely to keep it up over the long term.There’s also an element of social facilitation---an“I’m not going to let XX beat me”attitude that drives you to push harder and produces a greater sense of achievement.And research by Strava in2017found running in a group made runners go faster and http://www.doczj.com/doc/90ea9f7616791711cc7931b765ce050877327509.htmling data from 90million runs taking place all over the world,Strava found that the average pace of runs taking place in a group was seven seconds per mile quicker than solo runs, and the distance covered was an average of1.3miles further.

I joke about people being more motivated to come to my running sessions by the tea and biscuits afterwards than by the running itself.There’s probably some truth in that,but it doesn’t matter.Those laughter-and chatter-filled minutes are every bit as important as the running in between.

61.The author sometimes feels_____to go coaching the running group.

A.reluctant

B.content

C.excited

D.frustrated

62.Why is being part of a group most motivational?

A.It involves a coach offering assistance.

B.It creates space to socialize with others.

C.It inspires members to beat their records.

D.It frees runners form boring daily routines.

63.That being in a group promotes performance is proven by_____.

A.citing a typical example

B.listing accurate statistics

C.performing an experiment

D.sharing his own experience.

64.Tea and biscuits in running sessions are meant to_____.

A.attract more runners form other groups

B.build up some strength before running

C.make his running group stand out of all

D.add more life to their running experience

D

At the end of the19th century,one in seven people around the world had died of tuberculosis or TB for short(肺结核),and the disease ranked as the third leading cause of death in the United States.While physicians had begun to accept that TB was caused by bacteria,this understanding was slow to catch on among the general public,and most people gave little attention to the behaviors that contributed to disease transmission.They didn’t understand that things they did could make them sick.It was common for family members,or even strangers,to share a drinking cup.

In the1890s the New York City Health Department launched a massive campaign to educate the public and reduce transmission.The“War on Tuberculosis”public health campaign discouraged cut-sharing and urged states to ban spitting inside pubic buildings and on sidewalks and in other outdoor spaces.Changes in public behavior helped successfully reduce the spread of TB.

Disease can permanently change society,and often for the best by creating better practices and habits.Crisis sets off action and response.Many infrastructure improvements and healthy behaviors we consider normal today are the result of past health campaigns that responded to serious outbreaks.

In the19th century,city streets in the U.S.overflowed with dirt.People threw their unwanted newspapers,food scraps,and other trash out of their windows onto the streets below.The plentiful horses pulling streetcars and delivery cart dropped urine and waste every day.Human waste was a problem,too.Those in tenement(租户)housing did not have their own facilities,but had20to30people sharing a single outhouse.These toilets frequently overflowed until workers known as“night soil men”arrived to deal with waste,only to dump it into the nearby harbor.

As city and health leaders began to understand that the frequent outbreaks of TB that swept across their cities were connected to the garbage,cities began setting up organized systems for handling human waste.Indoor toilets were slow to catch on,due to the cost and need of a plumbing system.Improvements in technology helped

the process along.Following Thomas Crapper’s improved model in1891,water closets became popular,first among the wealthy,and then among the middle-class.Plumbing systems,paired with tenement house reform,helped remove waste from the public streets.

Disease greatly improved aspects of American culture,too.As physicians came to believe that good ventilation(通风)and fresh air could help fight illness, builders started adding porches and windows to houses.Real estate investors used the trend to market migration to the West,encouraging Eastern physicians to convince TB patients and their families to move thousands of miles from crowded,dirty Eastern cities to the dry air and sunshine in places like Los Angeles and Colorado Springs.

Some of this influence continues today.While we know that sunshine doesn’t kill bacteria,good ventilation and time spent outside does benefit children and adults by promoting physical activity and improving spirits.This fresh-air“cure”also eventually transformed the study of climate into a formal science,as people began to chart temperature,barometric pressure and other weather patterns in hopes of identifying the“ideal”conditions for treating disease.

Public health emergencies have inspired innovations in education.Starting in 1910,Thomas Edison’s lab,which had invented one of the first motion picture devices in the1890s,cooperated with anti-tuberculosis activists to produce short films on TB prevention and transmission----some of the first educational movies. Screened in public places in rural areas,the TB movies were also the first films that viewers had ever seen.

As we are seeing with the coronavirus today,disease can impact a community---changing routines and shaking nerves as it spreads from person to person. But the effects of epidemics extend beyond the moments in which they occur.

65.According to Paragraph1,what might have led to the outbreak of TB in the UK?

A.Limited access to treatment

B.Incompetence of the physicians.

C.Unhealthy living habits.

D.Poor governmental administration.

66.What result did the“War on Tuberculosis”achieve?

A.The gap between the rich and the poor widened.

B.It contributed to changes in public behavior.

C.Tuberculosis totally disappeared in New York.

D.Citizens finally found a cure for tuberculosis.

67.If you had been in a US city street then,you would have probably seen_____.

A.more horses traveling on roads than pedestrians

B.lifeless patients infected with TB on every street

C.dirty surroundings where bacteria were easy to spread

D.unfair discrimination from the rich against the poor

68.Why was it slow for water closets to become popular?

A.They were too expensive for the poor to obtain.

B.There were many drawbacks of the early models.

C.They often overflowed and caused inconvenience.

D.People in tenement houses resisted such a device.

69.What was the change in American population migration then?

A.The vast majority of urban citizens moved to the West.

B.More people lived in the West than those in the East.

C.Many fled to rural areas with good ventilation and fresh air.

D.Patients and their family were encouraged to move westwards.

70.Which of the following effects TB brought remains nowadays?

A.The benefits of outdoor activities are widely acknowledged.

B.People adopt the habit of regular temperature-taking.

C.Films have become the primary way to educate people.

D.Ideal conditions for treating disease have been defined.

第四部分任务型阅读(共10小题;每小题1分,满分10分)

请认真阅读下列短文,并根据所读内容在文章后表格中的空格里填入一个最恰当的单词。

注意:请将答案写在答题卡上相应题号的横线上。每个空格只填1个单词。

Many businesses offer membership cards to clients,promising that they will enjoy discounts,and the more they use the cards,the bigger the discounts will be. This is a common practice to attract and keep regular customers.By providing quality products or services at reasonable prices,businesses can indeed achieve this goal.

However,in recent years,consumers trying to book flights or hotels on certain websites have discovered that prices were actually higher for frequent users than for newcomers.They fund that they could pay less by opening up a new account rather than using an old one.Unfortunately,these businesses are using information gathered through big data on clients’preferences and purchasing habits to take advantage of them,which amounts to targeted price discrimination.

There have been numerous cases of overcharging based on big data on various shopping platforms in recent years.However,since it’s difficult to collect sufficient evidence to accuse these businesses,only a small number of consumers have chosen to take them on.Thus,big data,which is supposed to benefit the public, is helping some businesses cheat consumers.Big data itself is not a bad thing,since it is playing an increasingly important role in social life and economic growth. It can serve as a basic resource and tool.But since it is being used to overcharge frequent clients,the public has expressed anger.It’s a short-sighted behavior that will eventually drive away customers.Instead,big data should be used to improve businesses’services and products by strengthening supervision(监督)and punishment so that this new technology can play its due role in Internet commerce.

It’s urgent to stop the misuse of big data by stepping up supervision.Market and network supervisory authorities need to join hands in this effort.The illegal use of big data should be severely punished.Advanced technology should be more

widely used to supervise big data use.

It’s all right for businesses to employ certain methods to make big money, but to charge regular clients more than newcomers by taking advantage of information collected through big data analysis is violating regular clients’rights as well as their trust in these businesses.The Law on the Protection of Consumer Rights and Interests clearly states that consumers have the right to know the truth about the commodities and services they buy.Thus,to overcharge regular clients is not only betraying the principle of fairness and sincerity,but also relevant laws.In the long run,it’s the businesses that will suffer most.

How Do We Make Good Use of Big Data in Commerce

Passage Outline Supporting details

A common practice Businesses,which promise quality products with lower costs, offer membership cards with the(71)▲of appealing to regular customers.

A reality(72)

▲to expectations ●Newcomers can enjoy a(73)▲discount than frequent clients by registering a new account.

●Personal information gathered,clients have fallen(74)▲to targeted price discrimination.

The role of big data in social and economic

life.●Despite(75)▲of hard evidence,there have been lots of cases where companies overcharge customers with the help of big data.

●Playing its due role,big data can(76)▲both businesses and the public.

(77)▲to discouraging misuse of big

data ●Market and network supervisory authorities should make(78)▲efforts.

●Severe(79)▲is necessary to fight against the illegal use of big data with the wide application of advanced technology.

Conclusion Overcharging regular clients violates the principle of fairness and relevant laws,which,in the long run,will be most(80)▲to business.

第五部分书面表达(满分25分)

81.请阅读下面短文,并按照要求用英语写一篇150词左右的文章。

Recently,117schools in Qujiang District,Zhejiang Province,have included a bow ceremony or“zuoyi”(作揖礼)in the teaching content,requiring teachers and students to meet and make a bow with hands folded in front.

Cheng Junning,an officer from Qujiang District First Middle School,said that for thousands of years,the Chinese people have been using“zuoyi”as a general gesture for hello.To a certain extent,it plays a role in carrying forward the traditional culture and has its value.

Dr.Tang Lap Kwong from the Chinese University of Hong Kong said he was“very excited to see this and hope they will insist on it in the future”in an interview with the Chinanews.He said it is a good idea to promote Chinese traditional culture in schools.People have to respect the culture.

However,opinions split online.Not seeing the value of the movement,some

netizens argue that promoting the bow ceremony in schools is just formalism.Teachers and students are so familiar with each other that they usually greet or wave when they meet,which is relatively normal.So it is not necessary to make a bow for them.

[写作内容]

1.用约30个单词概括上述文字材料的主要内容。

2.你对在校园推广行作揖礼持什么观点?请说明理由(不少于两点)

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盐城市2020届高三年级第三次模拟考试

英语试题参考答案

第一部分听力(共两节,满分20分)

1.C

2.C

3.B

4.B

5.A

6.B

7.B

8.A

9.C10. A

11.B12.A13.C14.A15.C16.A17.B18.A19.B20.C 第二部分英语知识运用(共两节,满分35分)

第一节单项填空(共15小题;每小题1分,满分15分)

21.C22.D23.D24.C25.A26.D27.B28.C29.C30.D 31.A32.B33.C34.B35.A

第二节完形填空(共20小题;每小题1分,满分20分)

36.B37.D38.A39.C40.A41.B42.A43.B44.C45.D 46.B47.C48.A49.C50.D51.A52.D53.B54.C55.D 第三部分阅读理解(共15小题;每小题2分,满分30分)

56.D57.C58.C59.A60.B61.A62.B63.B64.D65.C 66.B67.C68.A69.D70.A

第四部分任务型阅读(共10小题;每小题1分,满分10分)

71.intention/aim/purpose/idea72.contrary/opposite73.bigger

http://www.doczj.com/doc/90ea9f7616791711cc7931b765ce050877327509.htmlck/shortage76.benefit77.Approaches

http://www.doczj.com/doc/90ea9f7616791711cc7931b765ce050877327509.htmlbined/joint79.punishment80.harmful

第五部分书面表达(满分25分)

Teachers and students in some schools in Zhejiang Province are required to make a bow with hands folded in front to greet each other.People’s opinions on this vary.

On a personal note,the practice excites me greatly.It’s widely acknowledged that zuoyi is a crucial part of Chinese traditional culture and has a long history in China.It’s students who have the privilege and responsibility to promote our culture.Thus,that a bow ceremony is included in school teaching content is of great significance.Additionally,teachers and students will maintain an appropriate

distance when making a bow to each other,which is beneficial to avoid the risk of transmission of some diseases.

Undoubtedly,culture is a decisive factor for a country’s development.Zuoyi is bound to help students have a deep understanding of our traditional culture and enhance our culture confidence.(150W)

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Text1

W:Are you going out?

M:Yes,in a little while.I’m going to buy some milk.It won’t be long.

W:Could you take out the garbage on your way out?

M:Sure.Leave it by the door.

Text2

W:I’m thinking of going bowling tonight.Are you interested in coming along?We can meet at my house and then go together.

M:Sorry,I’m planning on staying at home tonight to study for my science exam.

Text3

M:Excuse me,can I buy tickets here?

W:No,tickets are on sale over there,at the ticket office.

M:OK,is there a discount for senior citizens?

W:I’m not sure.For more information ask at the ticket office.

Text4

M:I have a sore throat and a runny nose.I think I have a cold.

W:OK.Let me examine you.Over here,please.Open your mouth,please.OK.You’ve caught the flu and I think you’d better ask for sick leave from work and have

a rest at home.

Text5

M:What will Greg do when he finishes his Spanish course?

W:He said he would go to Colombia for a while.

M:That’s a good idea.He’ll be able to practice the language.

W:Yes,he won’t have anyone to help him so he will have to speak Spanish.

Text6

M:Look at those boats!I’m thinking of buying one.

W:What?You don’t need a boat.It’s a waste of money!

M:No,it isn’t.Think of all the summers we can spend on it!

W:But look at the price!

M:I was getting to that.With a little help from a friend,I could buy it.I just need to borrow$1,000.

W:You’re kidding,right?

M:No,and I promise to pay you back very soon.Please!

W:Sorry,Billy.I’m broke.Anyway,I wouldn’t lend you money for a boat!

Text7

M:Hello,Mike speaking.What can I do for you?

W:Hello.This is Ella Campbell,and I’m calling from Bright Lights Radio.Could

I speak to your PR manager,please?

M:Can I ask what your call is concerning?

W:Yes,I’m calling about the new hotel your company is building near the beach in Brighton.

M:OK.The PR manager is Mr.Nash.I’m afraid Mr.Nash is not available right now.

Can I take a message?

W:Yes,could you ask him to call me?It’s quite urgent.We want to interview him on our radio show.

M:To be honest with you,Ms.Campbell,the best way to get in touch with Mr.Nash is to send him an e-mail.

W:An e-mail?Is it not possible to send him a text message?

M:I’m afraid not.But he does reply to all e-mails.

Text8

W:Good morning,sir.What can I do for you?

M:Hi.I just bought this camera a few days ago,but when I took it out of the packing,

I noticed that there was something wrong with the flash.When I try to photograph,

the flash doesn’t go off.

W:I’m sorry you had a problem with our product.Do you still have the receipt? M:My receipt is right here along with the original box.

W:We don’t have that product at the moment,but we can exchange it for a camera of the same price.Or,I can ask the technician to fix it,or I can give your money back.

M:I think I’d like to get a new camera today instead of asking my money back. W:It looks like everything is in order.Why don’t you take a look around and see if there’s another model you like?

Text9

W:George,how are you finding living in this side of the city?

M:Well,I have a job that is challenging and very interesting.I love it.But I’m

a bit lonely.Although I have been living in the city for almost30years,my

family,my friends and classmates are all in the opposite side of the city.I don’t really know anyone here except you and Tom in the office.

W:Yes,it’s tough moving to a new place where you don’t know many people,but you don’t have to be lonely.There are lots of amazing people who live in this area.You should come and have dinner with us.I can introduce you to my neighbors who will absolutely love you!

M:Do you think so?I’d love to meet some people who are fun to be with.

W:Well,why don’t you come over to my house next Saturday?I’ll invite a group of friends who I think you’ll find both interesting and great fun.Does that sound OK?

M:That sounds great.Thanks!

Text10

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At Euro Cafe,our staff perform a variety of roles.We’re looking for people who can act as soft drink servers,storeroom clerks and cleaning crew as needed.

Euro Cafe staff work in a fast-paced environment to keep our customers happy and coming back.

Employees who work hard can expect to advance rapidly within our company.

Applicants should have good communication and service skills.You can sign up for the fair at http://www.doczj.com/doc/90ea9f7616791711cc7931b765ce050877327509.html/jobfair anytime before June1.For additional information call999-239-0107or fax an enquiry to999-284-1702.If you cannot attend you may also visit one of our human resources offices at any time.