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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. Who is coming for tea?
A. Mark.      B. John.       C. Tracy.
2. What will the man do next? 
A. Stay for dinner.    B. Go to the railway station.   C. Prepare for the dinner.
3. What does the man come for?
A. A dinner.     B. A meeting.      C. A party.
4. What size does the man want?
A. 9.       B. 35.       C. 39.
5. What are the speakers talking about?
A. Life in Southeast Asia.  B. Weather conditions.    C. A holiday plan.
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、7题。
6. Why doesn’t the man want to book the seats downstairs?
A. They are too expensive.  B. They are uncomfortable.  C. They are too close to the stage.
7. When does the man plan to see the performance?
A. On October 1st.    B. On October 21st.    C. On October 25th.
听第7段材料,回答第8、9题.
8. What’s the complaint of the man’s neighbor?
A. Loud noise.     B. Bad sleeping room.   C. An important meeting.
9. What were the man and his friends about to do?
A. Change a room.    B. Apologize to their neighbor.  C. End their activity.
听第8段材料,回答第10至12题。
10. What is Miss Lan going to work as in Ola city?
A. A doctor.     B. A nurse.      C. A teacher.
11. What worries Miss Lan so much?
A. She no friends in Ola.   B. The work in Ola is hard to do.  C. The people in Ola are not friendly.
12. How will Miss Lan keep in touch with Mr. Huang after she arrives in Ola?
A. By e-mail.     B. By phone.      C. By letter.
听第9段材料,回答第13至16题。
13. Why did the man miss the woman’s phone call yesterday?
A. His phone was turned off.   B. He was taking a shower.  C. He didn’t take his phone with him.
14. What did the woman do yesterday?
A. She went shopping.    B. She went to a concert.   C. She played computer games.
15. Why did the woman call the man?
A. To invite him to her wedding.  B. To ask something about Megan.   C. To invite him to her sister’s wedding.
16. When will the woman pick up the man next Saturday?
A. At 13:00.      B. At 13:20.     C. At 14:00.
听第10段材料,回答第17至20 题。
17. What does Alexandra Grace work for?
A. New Zealand Embassy Beijing.   
B. QS World University Ranking System.
C. The Multi-cultural Environment Organization.
18. What stops some students choosing New Zealand for study?
A. Its environment.    B. Its size.      C. Its population.
19. What’s the total yearly cost for a Chinese student to study in a New Zealand university?
A. 20, 000 dollars.    B. 25, 000 dollars.    C. 45, 000 dollars.
20. What message about New Zealand does the speaker mainly convey?
A. Its multi-cultural environment is good for tourists.  
B. Its higher education is suitable for Chinese students.
C Its breath-taking scenery is absolutely worth seeing.

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,并将答案填在答题卷上。
21. Fred let ________ that he was prepared to leave company when the new manager took office.
A. secret    B. slip    C. promise   D. standard
22. Chinese tourists made 83 million overseas travels. ________ Malaysia, Thailand and South Korea ranked the top of their favorites.
A. among which  B. among whose  C. of whom   D. of whose
23. — How much do you charge for the iPhone?
   — Well, it cost me $ 400, but I’ll ________ 20% as it’s no longer new.
A. reduce to   B. decrease to   C. knock off   D. cut off
24. — I wonder what makes you a good salesperson.
— I ________ as a waiter for three years, which contributes a lot to my today’s work.
A. serve    B. served    C. have served   D. had served
25. — Someone wants you on the phone.
— ________ nobody knows I am here.
A. Although    B. And     C. So     D. But
26. An increasing number of learners are buying online courses in the belief ________ they are much convenient and cheaper.
A. which     B. if     C. whether   D. that
27. — What about the protection of these new machines?
— Let’s keep the surface ________ dust by putting a cover over them.
A. far from   B. apart from   C. free from   D. away from
28. — What do you think of the professor’s speech?
— I was listening carefully but I could not ________ everything he said. He spoke too many local idioms.
A. take on    B. take in    C. take up    D. take over
29. The 90’s people seem to have enjoyed the great benefits ________ about by the great level of cultural and economic development.
A. brought    B. bringing   C. to be brought  D. having brought
30. It is widely acknowledged in foreign companies that employees should be ________ in terms of innovation capability.
A. examined   B. evolved   C. evaluated   D. encouraged
31. — Why did you miss the interview yesterday?
— Terribly sorry. My pet dog got seriously injured and I ________ it all the day.
A. attend    B. was attending  C. had attended   D. have attended
32. — David is a green hand at such things.
— But I believe he is quite ________ to the task.
A. relevant   B. accessible   C. equal    D. unique
33. — Frank, I’ve learned about your plan. May I make some suggestions?
— ________.
A. Just for fun   B. Take it easy   C. With pleasure  D. Go right ahead
34. — Helen, are you going Io the airport to pick up Jack the day after tomorrow?
— ________ tomorrow night. I would go.
A. Were he to come back   B. If he was about to come back
C. Had he come back   D. If he would come back
35. — It really annoys me when one’s smart phone goes off during a meeting!
— Yeah, me too. It really ________.
A. beats my brains out   B. pulls my leg
C. gets on my nerves   D. hangs in here
第二节  完形填空(共20小题;每小题1分,满分20分)
请认处阅读下面短文,从短文后各题所给的A、B、C、D四个选项中,选出最佳选项,并将答案填在答题卷上。
When Mercado dreamed of becoming a professional model, she surfed the Internet for someone with a physical disability in the modeling world. That was eight years ago, when disabled models were   36    . Thus, her search       37    empty.
“I didn’t think it was a   38   . That’s not because I wasn’t worthy of it, but because I didn’t see  39  else like me out there. ” However, Mercado, who was diagnosed with spastic muscular dystrophy(肌肉萎缩症)as a teen, has helped   40  that reality because of not giving up. Last year, Mercado signed with IMG Models, the powerhouse agency that   41   top supermodels,
“There’s   42   been a problem with the team not getting what they need to get from me. There’s never been a(n)    43   - ‘she has a disability, this is not going to work because the photos won’t look nice. ’ ” She says. “If I’m a    44    , a clothing company wants to display their clothes    45   me. That’s all it should be. ”
Her small body has more than a dozen surgical   46  and she felt both nervous and ex-cited when she decided last year to    47   them for a lingerie(内衣) company. “   48   I’m very outspoken with what I believe in. I’m very much of a    49   person still at heart. But I wanted to   50   a new challenge. ”She liked  51  people that everyone can feel attractive in their own skin, “You shouldn’t be ashamed of your own   52   .
In the meantime, she’s focused on using her blog to encourage those who want to follow her example. She        53   her success to confidence, faith and never   54   . “I turned my weakness into my strength. I’m a(n)       55    that you can do what you want, because …” she pauses, “Just because! That’s it. You just can!”
36. A. popular   B. common   C. reserved  D. scarce
37. A. came up   B. put up    C. held up   D. looked up
38. A. responsibility  B. possibility   C. stability  D. flexibility
39. A. nothing   B. nobody    C. anything  D. anyone
40. A. escape   B. prove    C. change   D. avoid
41. A. rejects   B. represents   C. praises   D. complains
42. A. ever    B. just    C. never   D. even
43. A. suggestion  B. excuse    C. assessment  D. notice
44. A. model   B. director   C. designer  D. manager
45. A. on    B. in     C. around   D. beside
46. A. symptoms  B. marks    C. scars   D. wounds
47. A. grow   B. bare    C. hide   D. cover
48. A. As though  B. As usual   C. Ever since  D. Even though
49. A. ambitious  B. kind    C. shy   D. active
50. A. resist   B. abandon   C. run   D. meet
51. A. observing  B. reminding   C. informing  D. warning
52. A. body   B. failure    C. misfortune  D. strength
53. A. considers   B. tends    C. owes   D. admits
54. A. blowing up  B. giving up   C. calling off  D. putting off
55. A. example   B. advisor    C. professor  D. motivator
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,并将答案填在答卷上。
A
 
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An Archaeological Tours getaway is an archaeology lover’s vacation like no other. We have an exciting selection of tours departing in 2017 with unsurpassed service. Here’s a small selection of what we have to offer. Also a code for you: Never allow (Jogs to run free­ly there to keep the plants and animals live in peace and get rid of rubbish properly. Be careful to bury your toilet waste and keep to the designed tracks.
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Ancient Egypt
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Iran
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56. According to the travel leaflet, visitors should tour ________.
A. with calmness and curiosity  B. with self-defence and honour
C. with convention and religion  D. with self-discipline and protection
57. Tom is keen on early modern dynasty while his wife enjoys Africa traditions. Which places are their best choices?
A. Ancient Egypt and Central Mexico.  B. Guatemala, Belize and Iran.
C. Ghana, Benin, Toga and Iran.   D. Malta, Sardinia and Corsica.
B
Frauds(诈骗犯)play complex psychological tricks to fool others, says Colin Barras. and that means anyone can be cheated unless they know what to look for.
None of us likes to be cheated, and David Modic has done some researches on it. It’s the personal passion that has convinced Modic to study the psychology of cheating. He s not alone:the field is thriving, and the information that researchers are uncovering is valuable to us all-from those single in search of love to the technology wizards(人才) in charge of the world’s online security.
Modic is particularly interested in what makes people easy to fraud. It’s common to imagine that only the foolish or poorly educated might fall victim-but even hard evidence suggests this is not the ease. Take Paul Frampton, an Oxbridge educated academic professor of physics for example. In 2012 Frampton was given almost 5 years in prison for drug smuggling in Ar­gentina, after falling victim to an online dating frauds. And then there’s John Worley. As a psychotherapist, Worley knows more than most of us about controlling life’s right ways. But in 2005 he was put on trial for bank fraud after becoming a victim of a fraud. This fraud sees people contacted by someone claiming to be a Nigerian government official appealing for help moving large sums of money out of the country — who just requires a little money upfront (预付的)to release the fortune. Worley was found guilty and sentenced to two years in prison.
Intelligent and experience offer no protection against cheaters, says Modic. “If it did, then better educated people and older people would be less likely to fall for scams. And that is not supported by my research. ”
To look for answers to that question, Modic and Frank Stajano have quizzed thousands of people, asking them first whether they think various frauds are reasonable—and whether they have fallen victim to them— before asking them to perform a personality test. The re­search has identified a number of characteristics that people who are victims of frauds seem to in common. Some of these traits—like a lack of self-control— we would probably recognize as dangerous. But others—a trust in authority, a desire to act in the same way as our friends, or a tendency to act in a consistent way—we might think of as good characteristics.
58. According to the passage, the frauds may ________.
A. threaten the world’s online security     B. play their tricks in a consistent way
C. receive much education of psychology    D. have high intelligence to help cheating
59. Paragraph 3 mainly tells us that ________.
A. who and what makes people easy to fraud   B. all walks of life would be likely to fall for scams
C. the poorly educated may be easier to be cheated D. government officials should be responsible for frauds
60. Modic and Frank Stajano’s researches find out that the victims ________.
A. often follow friends’ actions     B. also share good characteristics
C. are considered to be dangerous     D. shouldn’t have a trust in authority
C
Electronic sensors built into paper could be used in a range of ways from information stor­age to touch screens and more.
Electronic sensors built into cartons(纸盒)may make it easier to tell when it’s time to throw out rotten milk or orange juice. And that’s just the start. At least that’s the goal for re­searchers working on putting electronics into paper. They’re trying to figure out how to combine the flexibility, low-cost and recyclability of paper with the information-carrying ability of electronics.
Daniel Torbjork, a physics graduate student in Finland, has been working on the problem. He’s published a review of the field in the the journal Advanced Materials.
Much research has been focused in this area. While most electronic applications require patterned conducting(传导的) structures, conductive paper could be used in applications such as energy storage devices. sensors, electric heaters and others, according to Torbjork.
“You could even have some interactive functions in magazines, ” Torbjork said, “You could put a simple game in a package. If you want a touch screen, press a button and then something happen. Sensors in paper could tell us when something has gone bad. ”
Additional applications, such as information storage and security paper, have been suggested for magnetic papers containing magnetite. In Massachusetts, researchers have figured out how to post a video of such a device put into a paper airplane.
German researchers have also put electronic chips in paper bank notes to defend counter-feiters(造伪币者). Paper is a good material but printing electronics also requires low-cost manufacturing. As many US and European paper makers lose market share to cheaper paper from China, these big paper companies are looking for added value products. That’s where electronic paper devices could make a difference.
“The major obstacles are paper’s large surface roughness and chemical impurities. ”Torbjork says. But others in the field think that electronic sensors in paper are still far from the consumer marketplace.
“I don t think it s going to happen. ” said Roy Horgan. “You need a conductive surface. It could be 10 years out. What we are looking for are solutions that you can commercialize to­day. ”
Solar Print is partnering with Italian automaker Fiat to develop a unique auto-glass with tiny photostatic cells(光电)that can capture electricity from the sun. In the meantime, using paper to conduct electricity is still a “blue-sky” project.
“I would love to See someone prove me wrong, because that means that it’s actually hap­pening. ” Horgan said. “If someone comes up with conductive paper, then that’s a very inter­esting technology. ”
61. Putting electronics into paper will ________.
A. cut the cost and impurity of paper    B. depend on flexible conductive structure
C. help consume rotten milk or orange juice   D. combine the advantages of paper and electronics
62. Paragraphs 4 to 7 mainly talk about the ________ of the conductive paper.
A. practical use   B. theories  C. structures  D. design process
63. Some paper makers welcome the new technology probably because it will ________.
A. put an end to fake money      B. make the paper smoother
C. add more value to paper      D. improve the printing technology
64. From the passage, we know that Roy Horgan ________.
A. has a burning desire to make a great profit   B. showed much interest in Solar Print industry
C. is not confident about the conductive paper  D. started a “blue-sky” project to study paper
D
Lita CabEllut is one of Spain’s most successful artists, but the woman whose paintings now sell for six figure sums spent her early years living on the street.
“My childhood was like that of thousands of street kids around the world. ” says Lita. She used to wander the streets and slept in the open air. Lita was born in a village in Aragon, north-east Spain, in 1961. While she was a baby, Lita was left with her grandmother—but in reality she spent most of her time out on the streets.
“I ran after the walkers. They gave me money to buy packs of cigarettes or sandwiches, and I kept the change. ” Looking back, she says. “Art, of course, was there because art is always around us. ” But she was occupied with survival then.
According to the 2014-2015 annual report, now her vivid portraits can sell for $100, 000 or more—actors Hugh Jackman and Halle Berry, as well as chef, Gordon Ramsay, are each reported to own one, such as The Coco numero 4, Alam and Eddy Wenting and about 200 painting, drawings and more. Among the works and masters on exhibition the visitors will find the best pieces, most importantly Eddy Wenting.
So what changed the course of Lita’s life so dramatically? Lita’s grandmother died when she was about 10 years old and she ended up in a Barcelona orphanage(孤儿院)before being adopted by “a beautiful Catalan family” two years later. She won’t reveal much about them, except that they introduced her to art. They took her to Madrid’s Prado museum, and intro­duce 13-year-old Lita to A Pilgrimage to San Isidro, which was painted between 1820 and 1823. “I recognized Goya’s painting the expressions in the eyes of the people that I crossed in the streets when I was little, ” she says.
“This painting describes the hope, the terrific moments that the human being can have when you lose your security. For me, when I saw this painting for the first time I felt the complicity(关联)of being a witness. ”
It made such an impression on her that she tried to copy another Goya, one of his sweeter works describing a country boy with a girl and a dog. The result was not spectacular but her adopted family encouraged little Lita to keep painting—they even paid for private tutors to make up for lost time.
And for the first time in her life, she also started going to school. “It’s difficult for me at school as I was so far behind It’s hard to start learning to read and write when you are 13, and then there’s the psychological difficulty of being put into a class where classmates are much younger. I had a lot of private classes to learn everything. ”
She slowly made progress, started to listen to the “voice of art” and decided to study art at Amsterdam’s Academy.
The “three big masters” who influenced her the most were Spain’s painter Goya, the sculptor Donatello, and German composer Bach. After graduating for many years, she stayed in the Netherlands and managed to establish a studio and now she has one in The Hague, but success didn’t come easily.
“I did things like giving someone a painting so they would pay my electricity bill and painting a house to get three months’ credit in a supermarket. When you are in a growth period as an artist you have to defend it amazingly because you need time to become a master. If you exchange that time for money, you don’t get that lime back to develop yourself. ”
At one point, having established a good relationship with an honorable gallery, she derid­ed to start all over again, and didn’t sell anything for two years.
“I had painted a shocking series on child but her colleagues said, ‘No, Lita, you can’t do this. People don’t want this. Paint more angels, those angels that sell so well. ’ I said ‘No, and I lost my gallery. ”
Although Lita has held solo exhibitions in London. Dubai and Seoul, she is little known in her mother land. Two shows in 2017 are aimed at remedying this: a retrospective(回顾展) at Barcelona, and an exhibition at A Coruna’s art museum where her studio will be recreated.
As for her birth mother, Cabellut says she has forgiven her for abandoning her. She recalls once visiting her when the painter was a student but found it impossible to tell her how she felt.
65. What can we know about Lita’s childhood life?
A. She was given birth to in the Netherlands.   B. She was adopted by an orphanage in 1973.
C. She lived an ordinary life with her mother.   D. She lost her grandma at the age of twelve.
66. According to the passage, we know the painting “A Pilgrimage to San Isidro’’ ________.
A. was exhibited in London museum   B. was collected by actor Hugh Jackman
C. was a best-known painting of Donatello  D. was one works of Spain’s painter Goya
67. The underlined word “spectacular” in Paragraph 7 is closet in meaning to “ ________ ”.
A. frightening  B. apparent  C. necessary  D. extraordinary
68. When Lita said “NO” to the gallery, she really ________.
A. didn’t want to paint against her will   B. would hold solo exhibitions in London
C. was eager to come back to hometown   D. found another gallery to cooperate with
69. What can be the best title for the passage?
A. How an artist travelled many countries  B. How an artist was adopted and brought up
C. How a street child became a leading artist  D. How the three masters impressed an artist
70. Which of the following best describe Lita according to the passage?
A. Conservative and childish.      B. Considerate and productive.
C. Wealthy and beautiful.       D. Brilliant and prideful.

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最恰当的单词。
注意:请将答案写在答题卷上相应题号的横线上. 每个空格只填一个单词。
The worst time to look for a job is when you must have a new one immediately. Job Searching under pressure often results in nervous interviewing and decision-making from rela­tively few options. If you are not in need of an immediate career change, here are ways you can improve your long-term career prospects (前景) today:
Identify at least two different roles. You do not have to be qualified for these positions today, nor do they have to exist in your company. However, these roles should be related to your current skill set. They are career options that look interesting. Once you have a couple of targets, think about why and what interests you. Pay close attention to what appeals to you, and write it down. This will give insight into your motivations and targets.
Subscribe to a career specific magazine. Knowledge is power in the workplace. All busi­nesses must stay relevant to their customers in order to win the competitions and increase revenue(收益). Reading about industry trends, advancements and success stories keeps you in touch with market conditions. This information allows you to see which companies and pro­fessionals are leading the peck. You can follow their examples in your own workplace. If you associate with those that stand out from the rest, you are likely to find yourself with better opportunities.
Do exceptional work. In any role, there is a way to perform at your best. Look for ways to deliver a top performance. Show up early, be flexible to new assignments, have a positive attitude, cooperate with other departments, pay attention to the little details.
Be professionally curious. Talk to people about their careers. Learn more about how success is measured in other roles, departments and companies. Ask people their thoughts on different industries. Challenge yourself to expand your business knowledge through interactions with people at regular time. People hire people. You never know what connections may be relevant when you start your next job search, so develop a habit of making good connections no matter where you go. Take the time to learn about others, and be helpful when you can.
As in all things in life, getting in front of a difficult task early is always less stressful than reacting to a career surprise. Changing jobs is to be expected. No matter how secure you feel today, the time will come when either you or your employer decide it is time to change.
How to Improve Your Carter Prospects
Passage outline Supporting details
Introduction ♦Job searching under pressure (71)    ▲     nervous interviewing and decision- making from relatively few options.
Identify at least
two different roles ♦The roles are supposed to have (72)    ▲     to do with your currrnt skill set.
♦Pay close attention to those things that (73)    ▲     yoa
Subscribe to a magazine on carter ♦The relevant knowledge in the workplace can help beat the (74)    ▲     working in other companies.
♦Follow the examples in your field, making it (75)    ▲     for you too get better chances.
Do exceptional work ♦ Try your best to perform at your best
♦ Work early to finish new tasks with a flexible and positive attitude.
♦ Cooperate with other departments, not (76)    ▲     little details.
Be professionally curious ♦ Talk about people’s careers and learn how people (77)    ▲     success in other role and fields.
♦ Widen your business knowledge by interacting with people (78)    ▲    .
♦ Develop a Habit of connecting well wherever you go.
Conclusion ♦ Getting hard tasks early can be more (79)    ▲     than reading to a career surprise.
♦ Changing jobs may be unavoidable in your way. (80)    ▲      the fact that you fed secure today.
第五部分  书面表达(满分25分)
81. 请阅读下面文字及图标,并按照要求用英语写一篇150字左右的文章。
1. Hold fast to dreams
For if dreams die
life is a broken-winded bird
That can never fly.

Hold, fast to dreams
For when dreams go
Life is a barren field
From only with snow  2. Strong belief is everything in wishing. If you don’t believe in your own power to make your wish come true, your wish will fly away, never to be seen again. If you’re wishing for something possible, then it may be possible for you to do whatever you need to make it come true. The ultimate magic is not wishing, but doing.

3. Once a teacher received a paper from a boy where he described the dream of owning a 200-acrc horse ranch and a large house. He graded it with a red F, thinking it was an unrealistic dream. Though asked to change it (he boy stated, “You can keep the F and I’ll keep my dream. ” Many years later, the boy made it a reality.  
■ 85% have a dream
■ 78% have a dream but give up
■ 7% have a dream and realize it
【写作内容】
1. 用约30个单词概述上述信息的主要内容;
2. 结合上述信息,简要阐述坚持梦想的重要性;
3. 谈谈你的梦想 ,并分析实现梦想的必要要素(不少于两点)。
【写怍要求】
1. 写作过程中不能直接引用原文语句;
2. 作文中不能出现真实姓名和学校名称:
3. 不必写标题。
【评分标准】
内容完整,语言规范,语篇连贯,词数适当。
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江苏省联盟大联考2017届高三2月联考
英语试题答案
第一部分  听力
1~5  ABBAC    6~10  ABACC    11~15  CACBC    16~20  AABCB
第二部分  英语知识运用
第一节  单项填空
21~25  BACBD    26~30  DCBAC  31~35  BCDAC
第二节  完型填空
36~40  DABDC    41~45  BCBAA    46~50  CBDCD    51~55  BACBA
第三部分  阅读理解
56~57  DC    58~60  ABB    61~64  DACC    65~70  BDDACB
第四部分  任务型阅读
71. courses          71. something          73. interest          74. competitors/rivals         
75. possible/probable 76. ignoring/neglecting/overlooking          77. measure          78. regularly          79. relaxing          80. despite
 
听力部分录音材料
(Text 1)
W: John, is Mark coming for tea tomorrow?
M: Yes, I told you yesterday, Tracy.
W: Oh, did you? Sorry, I must have forgotten.
(Text 2)
W: What’s the hurry? We’d like you to stay for dinner.
M: Well, thank you, but Helen and I have to meet my parents at the railway station.
 (Text 3)
W: Hi, Tom, we had to start the meeting without you.
M: I know, my flight was delayed because of the heavy rain.
W: But you are just in time for the discussion.
(Text 4)
M: How much are these shoes?
W: Oh, they are 35 dollars a pair.
M: Do you have size 9?
W: I’m afraid they are sold out.
(Text 5)
M: Hi, I’m thinking of taking a trip during the Christmas holidays.
W: Where would you like to go?
M: Well, maybe somewhere warm and sunny.
W: How about a tour to Southeast Asia?
(Text 6)
M: I’d like to book a few seats for Hamlet, please. Have you got any seats downstairs?
W: Yes, we have.
M: How much are they?
W: $3. 75 each.
M: Are there any seats for $2. 50?
W: Yes, there are—upstairs. How many?
M: Four, please.
W: For which night?
M: What about this Saturday, October 21st?
W: I can give you four seats in Row 8.
M: How long will the performance last?
W: Two and a half hours.
M: Thank you.
(Text 7)
W: Good morning, sir. I’m the Assistant Manager.
M: How nice!
W: Yes. I’m afraid we’ve had a complaint from your neighbor about the noise. He is trying to get some sleep as he has an early start tomorrow for an important meeting. I’m sure you understand.
M: Oh, I see.
W: Do you think it might be possible to ask your friends to be a little quieter? We do like to give our guests a chance of getting a good night’s sleep. It’s well after eleven.
M: Oh. I’m sorry. I do apologize. I suppose we were talking rather loudly. It’s just that we’ve reached an important agreement. We were having a bit of a celebration.
W: I’m pleased to hear it. Shall I ask Room Service to bring you some coffee?
M: No, that won’t be necessary. We were just about to pack up anyway.
W: Thank you, sir, and good night to you.
(Text 8)
M: Mr. Huang, I’m going to teach in Ola very soon, perhaps next month.
W: Congratulations, Miss Lan! You should be happy. You see, Ola is a big city; there are a lot of interesting things to see.
M: Yes, that’s why I’ve come to you. I have mixed feelings, you see. I’m excited but I’m also a bit worried.
W: What bothers you?
M: You see it’s this: someone told me that people from Ola look down upon people from other places. Is that true?
W: Oh, yes. Some people do. I hate this kind of attitude. I’m sure not everyone in Ola is like that. Do you look down upon others in the class?
M: Of course not! I often help them. And I’ve learned a lot from the people coming from other places. They are all hard-working. Most of them are talented.
W: Anyway, you will start a new life in a beautiful city.
M: Yes. I feel excited. I’ll write e-mails to you when I settle down.
W: Thank you. Then good-bye and good luck!
(Text 9)
M: Hi, Jim. Why did it take you so long to answer the phone? Were you playing computer games as usual?
W: Not this time. I was taking a shower.
M: I called you yesterday, but you didn’t answer the phone.
W: Sorry, I was out shopping yesterday and left my phone at home. I saw that you had called when I got back and I tried to call you back, so your phone was off.
M: Yeah, I went to a concert, so I turned my phone off.
W: So what’s up?
M: I wanted to invite you to my sister’s wedding next Saturday. Would you like to be my guest?
W: Sure. I bought a present for her yesterday next Saturday. Would you like to be my guest?
M: Sure. The wedding begins at 2:00 pm. I’ll come and pick you up forty minutes before that.
W: Could you come twenty minutes earlier than that? Megan is going to the wedding, too, and she needs a lift.
M: No problem. See you next Saturday.
(Text 10)
W: I’m Alexandra Grace, Educator at New Zealand Embassy Beijing. Today I will give you a brief introduction of New Zealand’s higher education. Small as it may be, New Zealand offers quality higher education opportunities, with two thirds of its higher education institutes within the top 10 of QS World University Rankings 2014. What makes New Zealand’s universities stand out is their abilities to provide high-end education.
Though Chinese students form the largest international student group in New Zealand, the country only ranks the 7th on Chinese students’ most desirable overseas destination list. The size of the country prevents it becoming a hot study destination. But it draws students with its safe and multi-cultural environment.
While it attracts mainly wealthy students, higher education in New Zealand is also affordable for many common Chinese families. Chinese students can get a British-based education with the school fee being some of the lowest in the world. On average, the school fee was about 25, 000 dollars per year, and the living costs were about 20, 000 dollars a year. Besides, students can do some part-time jobs. The money earned in those jobs is enough for them to travel around the country and enjoy its breath-taking scenery.

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