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徐州市 2011—2012 学年度高三第三次质量检测 — 英语试题
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第一部分:听力(共两节, 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 转涂到答题卡上。 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. Checking the figures later today. B. Doing the calculations again tomorrow C. Bringing a calculator tomorrow. 2. How much did the man pay? A. $10. B. $15. C. $20 3. What will the woman probably do? A. Get someone to check out the refrigerator. B. Repair the refrigerator herself C. Let the man fix the refrigerator. 4. Why will the woman go to Edinburgh? A. To meet some people. B. To visit relatives. C. To go sightseeing 5. What are the speakers talking about? A. The woman's holiday plan. B. Why to visit New York. C. What to see in New York. 第二节(共 15 小题;每题 1 分,满分 15 分) 听下面 5 段对话或独白。每段对话或独白后有几个小题,从题中所给的 A、B、C 三个选 项中选出最佳选项,并标在试卷的相应位置。听每段对话或独白前,你将有时间阅读各 个小题,每小题 5 秒钟;听完后,各小题将给出 5 秒钟的作答时间。每段对话或独白读 两遍。 听第 6 段材料,回答第 6 至 7 题。 6.What did the man do this afternoon? A. He did an experiment. B. He went to listen to a lecture. C. He prepared for a test. 7. Why does the woman say the man was lucky? A. He finished the experiment on time. B. He wasn't criticized by Professor Brown. C. He didn't attend the long lecture. 听第 7 材料,回答第 8 至 9 题。 8.For what reason does the woman call the man? A. To ask for direction. B. To inform him where she is. C. To make an apology. 9. What time is it now? A. Around 7:30. B. Around 8:00. C. Around 8:30 听第 8 材料,回答第 10 至 12 题 10.Who is the man?

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A. A ticket collector. B. A jeweler. C. A policeman 11. Where does the conversation probably take place? A. On a train. B. On the street. C. At the man’s office 12. How does the man act to the woman? A. Rudely. B. Carelessly. C. Politely 听第 9 材料,回答第 13 至 16 题 13. When did the club open again? A. On the twelfth. B. On the thirteenth. C. On the fourteenth 14. What will the woman do tonight? A. See a movie. B. Play tennis. C. Watch a game with Ann. 15. Why is the man looking for today's newspaper? A. To get some important news. B. To find out what films are shown this week. C. To find out today's date. 16. Where will the woman go for the weekend? A. To the cinema. B. To the club. C. To her home. 听第 10 材料,回答第 17 至 20 题 17. What kind of paint does the company want to produce? A. One that will never fade. B. One that smells of flowers. C. One that dries quickly and doesn't smell. 18. What's the working environment like? A. Great. B. Bearable. C. Unpleasant. 19 . What should the scientist wanted be good at? A. Using computers. B. Painting. C. Telling stories. 20. Which is NOT included in the ad? A. Working hours. B. Desired personality. C. Holiday and payment.

第二部分:英语知识运用(共两节, 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 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。 21.Many experts estimate that global economy is facing a wave in unemployment. A. the; 不填 B. 不填; the C. the; an D. a; the 22.----Jane got the first prize in the national competition. I've never seen her writing anything! ---A. I hope not. B. It all depends. C. You can't be serious. D. No doubt! 23.----Do you think Bill is a suitable man for the job? ----If you believe he will not your trust, you can put him in the position. A. abandon B. betray C. deserve D. decline 24. The advertisement says in the newspaper that has an interest in the activity can apply for the membership of the club. A. whomever B. whatever C. whichever D. whoever 25. from Jane Austin's classic, the BBC production Pride and Prejudice is universally acknowledged as the best so far. A. Adapting B. Adapted C. Having adapted D. To be adapted

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26.----It was really tiring for me to stand in the queue for two hours to get the G-train ticket. ----You . You could have got one online. A. needn't have B. needn't C. didn't need to D. didn't need to have 27.----When do you think the president will make his final decision? ----Many proposals are . But he is waiting for more. A. out of the question B. under consideration C. beyond all reason D. in effect 28.In spite of the city's crowded urban environment, opportunities for outdoor are never lacking. A. reception B. reservation C. recreation D. regulation 29. Last March, a deadly earthquake and tsunami struck Japan, causing a nuclear disaster, shadows many Japanese are still living in. A. whose B. which C. what D.its 30.----Do you know anything new about the incident? ----A working party to look into the problem. A. was set up B. has been set up C. has been setting up D. is setting up 31.----Haven't we met before? You seem to be Mr. Richard. ---- . Did we meet at James' birthday party? ASo am I B.So I am C.So I do D.So do I 32. Mr. Richard was disappointed that many students who had signed up for his adventure course at the last moment. A left out B. got out C. passed out D. dropped out 33. All the employees complain that their boss is just with promises but never with money. A. liberal B. literary C. innocent D. impressive 34.----Are your parents worried about your leaving home for overseas education? ---But mostly they are happy to see me grow up independent. A Sort of. B. So what? C. By no means. D. No kidding? 35. Admitting he is naturally clever, we do not think he will make much improvement, he pays no attention to his lessons. A. so that B. as C. even if D. unless 第二节:完形填空(共 20 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 20 分) 阅读下面短文,从短文后各题所给的 A、B、C、D 四个选项,选出最佳选项,答题卡 上将该项涂黑。 In the winter of 1990, I was asked to appear on a television talk show in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. At the end of our first day of taping, I was on my way back to my 24-hour-room-service 36 when I saw something shocking. On the sidewalk in four inches of snow was a man 37 with only a cardboard to keep him from being completely 38 to the freezing cold. What really broke my heart was when I 39 that he wore no shoes and socks. I wanted to stop and help him, 40 I was not quite sure what to do. As the traffic light turned green, it seemed life was demanding that I 41 _. So I did. Back in "anything I wanted was mine" environment of my hotel, I immediately 42 about the man on the street. Several days later, I

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was eating Danish at the station. All of the "important" people had _43_ the room and it was just me and the doorman remaining. I had seen him _44_ go about his business every day without saying a word except 45_. When I asked him how he was 46 today, he told me that he'd been having to ride his bike to work in the snow and that he'd been feeling rather _47_ for himself ...that is, until he saw a man sleeping down on the corner of the street with just a _48_ for covering from the cold and no shoes. I almost _49_ on my Danish as I heard him go on to relate how he was so moved with _50_ for the man that he bought the man a pair of socks and shoes. As I heard his stay, I saw in my mind a 51 that used to be in an old friend's bedroom when I was a teenager. It was a picture of a child _52_ someone a flower and the 53 below read: 'The _54_ deed often exceeds (胜过) the grandest of intentions." As Mother Teresa 55 it, "none of us can do anything great on our own, but we can all do a small thing with great love." 36. A.station B. hotel C. home D. studio 37. A.sleeping B. sighing C. begging D. praying 38. A.limited B. accustomed C.exposed D. addicted 39. A.feared B. suspected C. imagined D. realized 40. A.but B. and C. or D. so 41. A.get off B. move on C. turn back D. pull over 42. A.thought B. talked C. forgot D. learned 43. A.fled B. left C. entered D. crowded 44. A.lazily B. freely C. quietly D. actively 45. A.complaints B. comments C. apologies D. greetings 46. A.performing B. working C. feeling D. coming 47. A.shy B. fortunate C. sorry D. happy 48. A.blanket B. cardboard C. quilt D. sheet 49. A.concentrated B. insisted C. chewed D.choked 50. A.sympathy B.respect C. admiration D. sorrow 51. A.booklet B. letter C. poster D. notice 52. A.handing B. returning C. donating D. sending 53. A.note B. illustration C. description D . caption 54. A.greatest B. smallest C. wisest D. funniest 55. A.means B. puts C. makes D. gets
第三部分:阅读理解( 小题; 第三部分:阅读理解(共 15 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 30 分)

阅读下列短文,从每题所给的四个选项 A、B、C、D 中,选出最佳选项,并在答题卡 上将该项涂黑。 A Charles Dickens is often thought of as one of the greatest British writers. February 7 marked the 200th anniversary of his birthday. Yet for many, his language is old-fashioned and his stories often improbable. Then why do so many people know and read Dickens today? One reason is the British government's insistence that every child study a Dickens novel at school. Alongside William Shakespeare, Dickens is on every English literature school reading list. His stories, though often long by today's standards, are great moral tales. They are filled with colorful characters.

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Earlier this month, a ceremony was held in Portsmouth, where Dickens was born. Prince Charles said at the ceremony: " ...(Dickens) used his creative talents to campaign passionately for social justice... His characterization is as fresh today as on the day it was written." His books stand out from many other writers because of his insight (洞察力) into human nature. Dickens, like Shakespeare, tells us truths about human behaviour. They are as true in the 2Is1 century as they were to his readers in the 19th century. Readers have returned to Dickens' books again and again over the years to see what he has to say about their own times. No surprise then that it was Dickens whom Britons turned to during the economic crisis in the last couple of years. Dickens helped them make sense of a world that was rapidly falling apart. The BBC adapted one of his less well-known novels, Little Dorrit, into a popular television drama that introduced many Brits to the novel for the first time. A dark story about greed and money, it was the perfect illustration of bad times. As long as Dickens' novels have something to say to modern audiences, it seems likely that he will remain one of Britain's best-loved writers. 56. In the article, the author intends to tell us . A. why Dickens' novels still appeal to readers in modern times B. that Dickens' works are no longer popular among young people C. why the British government puts Dickens on school reading lists D. that Dickens and Shakespeare's works are required for study at school 57.In Britain, people still read Dickens because of . a) romance in his books b) moral value in his books c) his colorful characters d) his insight into human nature e) government education requirement f) his description of the current economic crisis A. abdf B. bcde C. bdef D. abed 58. We can infer from the article that . A. it's better to read Dickens in time of difficulty B. Dickens was a great social observer of his time C. human nature seems worse during bad times D. Dickens predicted economic crisis would happen 59. Which of the following statements is TRUE? A. Dickens' novels are still of realistic significance to today's world. B. Dickens' novels are of greater value during economic crisis. C. Dickens' works have gained more popularity than Shakespeare's. D. Some of Dickens' less well-known novels have been discovered recently.

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B. socialize and practise English C. have lessons every day during the 12 days D. enjoy all meals through the course 62.How much should Mr. Johnson pay beforehand to guarantee a five-day residential course for his three kids ? A. ? 900. B.? 1,800. C.?990. D. ?495.

C During the outbreak of 2009-2010 H1N1 or "swine flu", the same virus that caused mild coughing and sneezing in some patients proved deadly for others. It highlighted a medical mystery: why are some people more fit to handle the flu than others? British and American researchers think they have a clue. Reporting on Sunday in the journal Nature, researchers say they've found a gene that influences our ability to fight against flu illness. The gene, called IFITM3, is the "important first line of defense" against the flu, researcher Paul Kellam of Britain's Sanger Institute told Reuters. The IFITM3 protein(蛋白) prevents flu viruses from reproducing in cells. So, if you have a high amount of IFITM3, you're in luck, since it weakens the spread of the virus; a low amount can lead to more rapid viral reproduction, causing severe flu symptoms, according to Kellam. Scientists first found in gene studies that IFITM3 played a role in resistance to flu and other viruses. In experiments in mice, they showed that when mice were raised to lack the IFITM3 gene and then infected with influenza, the animals developed more severe lung infection from flu, compared with mice that had the gene. To figure out the role of IFTTM3 in humans, researchers then studied the IFITM3 genes of 53 patients with the flu in 2009-2010. They found that these patients were more likely to have a variant of the IFITM3 gene — which makes people more vulnerable to flu — compared with the general population. According to evidence from large genetic databases, about 1 in 400 people carries this IFITM3 variant, the BBC reports. "Our research is important for people who have this variant as we predict their immune defenses could be weakened to some virus infections," said Kellam. The Findings also suggest that a drug that functions as IFITM3 could help increase resistance to flu and other viruses, including deadly ones like H5N1 flu. 63. What does the underlined word 'vulnerable' mean in the fifth paragraph? A. resistant B. accessible C. adjustable D. defenseless 64. You are less likely to get infected with H1N1 if A. a variant of EFIM3 is produced B. the immune system is weakened C. protein doesn't function in your cells D. you have a high amounts of IFITM3 65. Which of the following can serve as the best title of the passage? A. Why Flu Hits Some People Harder B. How We Protect Ourselves From Flu C. How We Get Infected With Flu D. Why Flu Breaks Out Among People D He looked like a pirate. With his handkerchief tied in a knot behind his little nine-year-old head, he looked like a pirate, a sad pirate. The first time little David came to our camp, he was hairless and worn out from medical treatments. He was also very angry.

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Paul Newman's camp counselors (指导老师 ) were hoping to fill David's days with fun and laughter. But David stayed inside himself, wanting to be alone, or in a corner of the cabin. At this camp for children with life-threatening illnesses, we had seen some pretty tough children worn out by cancer recover full of energy despite their illness. But we saw little progress in David no matter what we tried with him. Five days into the eight-day session saw a quiet, sad little pirate. Then something happened on that fifth night. Something at camp that we would call "huge". It was cabin night. That's the time when campers and counselors spend lime together in each individual cabin instead of an all-camp activity. Campers love cabin nights because there's always a bedtime snack. On the cabin table that night were bags of potato chips. David slowly walked over to the table, leaving his comer to join the rest of us. He took one of the bags of the potato chips and started smashing(弄碎) it with his little fists, as all the other campers looked on in disbelief, I wondered what the cabin counselor would do. The college-age volunteer counselor positioned a bag of chips on die table in front of himself, and he, too, started smashing it with his fist. The campers went crazy as everyone ran to the table to get in on the fun of smashing potato chips with their fists. Somehow everyone knew, everyone sensed, that anger within him was now being released. For the last couple days of the session, David was a different kid. He was a little nine-year-old boy again, trying to fill the hours of each remaining day at camp with as much fun as could be possible. Several days after the session, David came back again. This time, there wasn't anything he wouldn't try to fit in to his day. He sure was having a great time at camp. David asked me if I needed an altar(祭坛)boy when I celebrated Mass in the woods. Sure enough, he was my altar boy. I remembered how carefully he listened to me when I talked about death. 1 said it's only a doorway. You walk through the door and there's the Lord God and behind God a whole line of people waiting to hug you. After Mass, he said to me, "Hey Fatha, a door, huh?" A couple more days of fun passed and tonight was the talent show. The tradition is that campers and counselors dress up in costumes, and everyone gets a standing applause for singing and dancing or simply just acting like fools on stage. The show had begun: lights, camera, action. Unfortunately, the only action taking place in our row of seats was little David making his way from counselor to counselor to say an early good-bye to camp. He had become quite ill and had to go to the hospital because of this new crisis. When this little nine-year-old pirate stood in front of me, he gave me a hug and a big wet kiss on my cheek. 1 was crying. He was crying. A whole row of counselors was in tears. After the hug and kiss, he put his hands on my shoulders, and tears still in his eyes, said: "See you on the other side of the door, Fatha." 66.The camp counselors failed to fill David's beginning days with fun and laughter, mainly because David . A. behaved like a pirate B. remained in a bad mood C. was left alone at the camp D. was teased by other campers 67.Seeing David smashing the potato chips, the counselor did the same thing in response because he . A. would like David to eat more of them B. hoped all the other campers would join C. found it possible to help David release anger D. wanted to show that he was as angry as David 68.What can we learn from this article? A. The camp was intended for those talented in singing and dancing. B. The purpose of the camp was to give diseased children caring love.
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C. The camp was popular among the children who enjoyed their vacation here. D. Medical treatment could be provided to diseased children at the camp. 69.Which of the following does NOT show the change in David? A. David came back to the camp for a second session after the first ended. B. David had become quite ill and had to go to the hospital because of this new crisis. C. David made his way from counselor to counselor to say an early good-bye to camp. D. David stood in front of me and gave me a hug and a big wet kiss on my cheek. 70. What do you think the theme of the story is? A. Children with deadly diseases are usually difficult to get along with. B. People should have patience with children with life-threatening illnesses. C. People should tell children with life-threatening illnesses to care nothing about death. D. Love and proper guidance can help people look at something negative in a positive way. 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词。 注意: 每个空格只填 1 个单词;请将答案写在答题卡上相应题号的横线上。 Is True Friendship Dying Away? Just as our daily life is becoming more technologically connected, we are losing other more meaningful relationship. To anyone paying attention these days, it's clear that social media — whether Twitter, Facebook, or Iinkedln— are changing the way we conduct relationship. Face-to-face chatting is giving way to texting and messaging; people even prefer these electronic exchanges to, for instance, simply talking on a phone. Among these smaller trends, growing research suggests we could be entering a period of crisis for the entire concept of friendship. Where is all this leading modern-day society? Perhaps to a dark place, a lonelier society where electronic craze slowly replaces the joys of human contact. Typically, the pressures of urban life are blamed. Witness crowded bars and restaurants after work: We have plenty of acquaintances, though perhaps few individuals we can turn to and share close relationships. American sociologists have tracked related trends on a broader scale, well beyond the urban jungle. According to work published in the American Sociological Review, the average American has only two close friends, and a quarter don't have any. While social networking sites and the like have grown dramatically, the crucial element is the quality of the connections they establish. A connection may only be a click away, but establishing a good friendship takes more. It seems common sense to conclude that "friending" online brings about shallow relationships as the term "friending" itself implies. No single person is at fault, of course. The pressures on friendship today are broad. They arise from the demands of work, or a general busyness that means we have less quality time for others. How many individuals would say that friendship is the most important thing in their lives, only to move thousands of miles across the continent to take up a better-paid job? Of course, we learn how to make friends or not in our childhood. Recent studies on childhood and how the contemporary life of the child affects friendships are illuminating(启示). A central conclusion often reached relates to a lack of what is called "unstructured time". Structured time results from the way an average day is arranged for our kids— time for school, time for homework, time for music practice, even time for play. Yet too often today, no period is left unstructured. After all, who these days lets his child just wander off down the street? We simply "hang out", with no tasks, no deadlines and no pressures. It is in those moments that children and adults alike can get to know others for who they are in themselves. Aristotle had an attractive expression to capture the thought: close friends, he observed, " share salt together." It's not just that they sit together, passing the salt across the meal table. It's that they sit with one another across the course of their lives, sharing its moments, bitter and sweet. " The desire for friendship comes quickly; friendship does not." Aristotle also remarked.
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If there is a secret to close friendship, that's it. Put down the device; engage the person.

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Title: Is True Friendship Dying Away?

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2011—2012 学年度高三年级第三次模拟考试 学年度高三年级第三 英 语 答 案

三部分, 第 I 卷 (三部分,共 85 分)
第一部分: 听力(共两节, 第一部分 听力(共两节,满分 20 分) 1—5 BBAAC 6—10 ACCAC 11—15 BCABB 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—25 ACBDB 26—30 ABCAB 31—35 BDAAB 第二节 完形填空(共 20 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 20 分) 36—40 BACDA 41—45 BCBCD 46—50 CCBDA 51—55 CADBB 16—20 CCCAC

第三部分:阅读理解(共 15 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 30 分) 56—59 ABBA 60— 62 CCA 63— 65 DDA 66—70 BCBBD

共两节, 第Ⅱ卷 (共两节,共 35 分)
第四部分 任务型阅读(共 10 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 10 分) 71. lost / disappearing 72. replaced 73. concept 74. share / establish / develop 75. shallow 76. busy / occupied 77. how 78. unstructured 79. Conclusion 80. key / answer / secret 书面表达( 小题; 第五部分 书面表达(共 1 小题;满分 25 分)

One possible version:
One possible version: In the picture we can see bird parents fly away from the big tree to find more food for their families, leaving their children behind at home. The small birds are lonely and sad in their empty nests. We can imagine the difficulty they will have living on their own. The picture actually reflects a social phenomenon. In many rural areas of China, parents go to big cities to do migrant jobs though their young children need their love and care. As a result, new problems have arisen. Statistics show many children face psychological and emotional challenges. Some struggle to keep up with their lessons and end up dropping out to follow in the footsteps of their parents. Some others form bad habits or even commit crimes. It’s high time to solve these problems. First, the local government should create more job opportunities for these breadwinners. Second, teachers should give left-behind children more caring love by visiting their homes regularly. As middle school students, we can ask them to live together with us in our own homes.(159)

听力原文: Text 1: M: This is hopeless. These figures still don’t add up. Let’s do the calculations over again. W: OK, but why not do them tomorrow? It’s very late now. Text 2:
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W: Which cap did you finally decide to buy? M: Well, I would have liked to buy the blue one, but it was 20 dollars. So I bought another one instead and saved $5. Text 3: M: I’m not expert. But that noise in your refrigerator doesn’t sound good. Maybe you should call and have it checked out. W: You are right. I suppose I’ve put it off for too long. Text 4: M: Ann, do you have a meeting in Edinburgh? W: Yes. I’m going to see some important people. Why? M: I’m going to Glasgow on Wednesday and it’s quite near Edinburgh. W: Oh…I’m going to drive there tomorrow, so you can go with me. Text 5: M: I plan to visit New York this summer holiday. Have you ever been there? W: Several times. M: Would you recommend some places to visit? W: Sure. The Statue of Liberty, Wall Street, the Museum of Modern Art… Text 6: M: I missed Professor Brown’s lecture this afternoon because I had to finish my experiment. What did you think of the lecture? W: Well, it was not difficult to understand, but it was not interesting and much longer than I had expected. So you were lucky. M: What did he talk about? W: Oh you know, the usual physics stuff. He told us about our mid-term examination though. M: Oh great! What did he say? W: The test will be worth 50% of our final grade. It is 100 questions and we have 2 hours to complete it. Text 7: W: Hello. Mr. Green? This is Wanda speaking. M: Oh, Mrs. Reed. What’s the matter? I am waiting for you here. W: Good morning. I am driving to your house now, but it looks like it will be impossible for me to get there by eight o’clock because of the traffic. That’s why I’m calling you to apologize. M: That’s too bad. Where are you now? How long do you think it will take you to get here? W: I’m near Yorkshire Station. I think it will take at least one more hour, so I should be there around 8:30. I am very sorry to keep you waiting. I should have left the hotel a little bit earlier. M: That’s quite all right, Mrs. Reed. Don’t worry about it. Take your time. W: Thank you, Mr. Green. M: Bye. Text 8: M: Excuse me, madam. W: Yes? M: Would you mind letting me take a look at your bag? W: Well, I’m afraid I certainly do mind, if it’s all the same to you. Now go away. I’ve got a train to catch. Hey, taxi.

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M: I’m sorry. I’m just trying to do my job but I’m afraid you’re making it rather difficult. However, I must insist on seeing what you have in your bag. W: And what do you expect to find in there? Jewels? M: Madam, if there’s nothing that doesn’t belong to you, you can leave right away and I’ll apologize for the inconvenience. W: Oh, very well. Here you are. M: Thank you… ten men’s watches? W: Yes. I get very nervous if I don’t know the time. M: I see you smoke a lot, too, madam. Fifteen cigarette lighters? W: Yes, I’m rather a heavy smoker. And … I happen to collect lighters. M: I bet you do, Madam. Well, I’m afraid I’m going to have to ask you to come along with me. W: How dare you… Text 9: M:Mary, what’s the date today? W: Let me see. It’s the thirteenth. M: I thought it was! W: Yes, I promised to play tennis with Ann this evening. M: Oh! I thought they were fixing the tennis courts. W: They’ve already finished. The club opened again last night. But why did you ask me about the date today? Isn’t it on the newspaper you’re reading? M: Let me see. This isn’t today’s paper. W: Oh! I thought it was. M: I was wondering why the news seemed old. It’s yesterday’s. W: Really, Bill! That’s just as good for finding today’s date, isn’t it? M: All right, all right! I’m being stupid again! Where’s today’s paper, anyway? W: I haven’t seen it. Is there anything important in it? M: How do I know? I haven’t read today’s paper yet. I really want to find out what films are shown this week. W: Oh, I see. M: I thought perhaps you would like to come out with me to see a film on Saturday. W: I’d love to, but I’m afraid I can’t. I’m going back home for the weekend and I’m leaving that day. Text 10: Scientist Wanted Our company is looking for a new scientist to join our busy team. About us: We are an international company researching different types of paint. Our goal is to create a paint product that dries quickly and has no unpleasant smells. If we are successful, we’ll sell this paint all around the world. About you: You must have experienced working in a lab and you must have experience working with paint. Due to the nature of our work, the lab often smells of paint and is generally very noisy. You must be able to work well in this kind of environment. You also need to work calmly and not get upset when there is a lot of work to do. You must have a good sense of humor also. You must have the ability to work alone but also as part of a team.

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We are looking for a very efficient person so you need to be able to work quickly and correctly. There is a lot of paperwork. You must enjoy writing reports and pay much attention to accuracy--- it is important that you don’t make any mistakes. You should be an expert with computers as well. The job requires you to travel a lot and sometimes work in the evenings and on weekends. If you think you are the right person for the job, e-mail us today!

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