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  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. Where does the conversation probably take place?

  A. In an office. B. In a theatre. C. In a restaurant.

  2. How old is the man now?

  A. About 20. B. Nearly 40. C. Over 60.

  3. What is the man going to do?

  A. Go to the information counter. B. Take a train to leave New York.

  C. Check the price of the ticket.

  4. What do we learn about the man?

  A. He quitted his job. B. He has got two job offers. C. He is doing a part-time job.

  5. What does Mr. Anderson do?


  听下面5段对话或独白。每段对话或独白后有2至4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。 A. He is a teacher. B. He is a librarian. C. He is a repairman.


  6. What is The Western Teacher?

  A. A story. B. A book. C. A magazine.

  7. When did the man start writing books?


  8. What is the probable relationship between the speakers?

  A. Husband and wife. B. Doctor and patient. C. Customer and waiter. A. When he was at school. B. After he came to Paris. C. Since the year of 2004.

  9. What must have caused the speakers’ stomach aches?

  A. The fish. B. The soup. C. The apples.

  10. Where will the speakers go?

  1 A. To the market. B. To the hospital. C. To the restaurant.


  11. What are the speakers talking about?

  A. New films. B. Popular cinemas. C. Film-seeing habits.

  12. What seems to bother the woman at the cinema?

  A. The uncomfortable seat. B. The noisy people. C. The long waiting time.

  13. What do we know about the man?


  14. Why does David go to Professor Smith for help?

  A. He had trouble with today’s lecture. C. He wanted to learn how to take notes. B. He missed all the classes last week. A. He prefers seeing new films at the cinema. C. He likes talking about new films. B. He enjoys seeing films with friends.

  15. What should David do at the start of each class?

  A. Have a short talk with the professor. B. Look through the notes from last class. C. Take down the main points of the lecture.

  16. How can David find the most important information to write down?

  A. By remembering all the details of the lecture.

  C. By focusing on the organization of the lecture.

  17. How many suggestions has Professor Smith given to David?


  18. Who brought silk to Europe in the thirteenth century?

  A. Napoleon. B. Marco Polo. C. Leonardo da Vinci. A. Two. B. Three. C. Four. B. By reading the notes taken by his classmates.

  19. What do we know about silk today?

  A. It is used by famous dress designers.

  C. It is very popular among painters. B. It is much cheaper than in the past.

  20. Why does the speaker give the talk?

  A. To encourage people to learn designing. C. To introduce the history of silk trade. B. To persuade people to buy silk clothes.


  Text 1

  W: Excuse me? Can we get a table at the non-smoking area?

  M: Sure, but you may need to wait for a few minutes. You can have a look at the menu first at the waiting area.

  Text 2

  W: So, you’ve lived in London for forty years. Were you born there?

  M: No, I was born and brought up in a small town and only moved to London in my twenties when I got a job at the BBC.

  Text 3

  M: Excuse me, could you tell me when the next train to New York will leave?

  W: Sorry, I don’t know. You can check at the information counter. It’s right down the hall.

  M: Thank you.

  Text 4

  M: I’ve just been offered two jobs just now.

  W: Congratulations! Which one are you going to take?

  M: Thanks. I haven’t decided yet.


  W: Excuse me. Do you know where Mr. Anderson is?

  M: Oh, we're repairing the classroom ceiling this week. So he is giving his class in the library instead.


  W: Jason, would you tell us a little about how you became a writer?

  M: Oh, I’ve written ever since I was a boy. When I was at school, I wrote stories for a children’s magazine. Later on, I wrote for The Western Teacher and various other magazines before I got into writing books.

  W: Did you start writing your own books after you came to Paris?

  M: Yes. My first book was published here in 2004.


  W: Love, my stomach aches.

  M: Mine too, honey.

  W: I think it was the fish or the meat we ate in the restaurant.

  M: It might have been.

  W: Or the soup.

  M: No, it couldn’t have been the soup because I didn’t have any. Little Jimmy had some and he’s all right.

  W: Of course we sat in the sun for a long time but I suppose it couldn’t have been the sun.

  M: That’s true. Now what else did we both eat? Only those lovely apples I bought at the market. It couldn’t have been them. Were you still eating apples and you washed them?

  W: No, I didn’t. I thought you had.

  M: Oh, Jenny, I didn’t wash them, I’ve thought you did. It must’ve been the apples then. Oh, I feel worse now. Let’s go see a doctor.


  M: Why don’t you like going to the cinema?

  W: Well, there’re too many problems.

  M: Like what?

  W: For example, when the film is popular, the cinema is rather crowded. When the traffic is bad, it takes a long time to get there.

  M: Are these all the problems?

  W: No, the worst is the people. Children running up and down, people chatting endlessly and so on. So I’d rather stay at home and wait to see the films when they are shown on TV.

  M: Then you may see the films a bit later than other people.

  W: Yes, but I’ll be more comfortable in the quietness in my living room.

  M: Well, I can’t stand others talking about a new film before I see it. So I prefer seeing films at the cinema as soon as they come out.


  M: Can I talk to you for a minute, Professor Smith?

  W: Sure, David. What can I do for you?

  M: I didn’t get a copy down all the terms you mentioned in today’s lecture, and I know they were important.

  W: Do you remember what parts of the lecture you have trouble with?

  M: Er, not really.

  W: Mmm, can I take a look at your notes?

  M: Sure.

  W: Mmm, interesting.

  M: What?

  W: David, just by looking through your notes from today and from last week’s classes I can tell that you’ve been missing a lot of the important information for my lectures. Your notes are rather incomplete.

  M: What’s wrong? I thought I took good notes.

  W: Mmm, not exactly. I think your note-taking skill needs some improvement.

  M: Oh.

  W: What I suggest is that you copy down the key points that I put on the board at the start of each class. That way you can follow along and keep up with the main ideas of the lecture.

  M: OK.

  W: Second, use the key points to help you fill in the details that develop each main point. Don’t worry about writing down everything I say word for word. It looks you were trying to do that. Focus on understanding the organization of the lecture, that will help you find the most important information you should write down.

  M: All right. Thanks, Professor Smith.

  W: Oh, and one more thing, you might find it useful to shorten word than use special marks, that can save you a lot of time.


  M: It is no secret that many famous people including Napoleon, Caesar the Great, and even the queen of England loved silk clothes. In the 13th century, Marco Polo traveled the Silk Road and brought silk to Venice. You can be sure that Italians value this precious material greatly. Some of the designs added into their clothing were copies of paintings by Leonardo da Vinci. Today there are no world-class dress designers who have not used Italian cloth materials made of Chinese silk. A famous poet said, “What diamonds do for the hand silk does for the body.” Silk has a comfortable and expensive quality. Silk dresses and suits certainly add beauty and style to one’s clothes collection. You want to be considered as successful as those who know what quality is, don’t you? No one who was anyone should be without this special material. Come and buy a silk dress or a shirt today.

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