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吉林市普通中学2016—2017学年度高中毕业班第三次调研测试
英 语

第一部分 听力
第一节(共5小题;每小题1.5分, 满分7.5分)
听下面5段对话。每段对话后有一个小题,从题中所给的A、B、C三个选项中选出最佳选项,并标在试卷的相应位置。听完每段对话后,你都有10秒钟的时间来回答有关小题和阅读下一小题。每段对话仅读一遍。
1. When does the park close today?
A. At 5:30.       B. At 6:00.       C. At 6:30.
2. Which hotel will the speakers go to this year?
A. The one next to the river.    
B. The one on top of the hill.  
C. The one in the woods.
3. Why is the woman upset?
A. She can’t move into a new office.   
B. Her project is very much behind schedule.      
C. There is too much noise from the construction.
4. What is the woman’s concern when buying a desk?
A. The brand.      B. The price.       C. The size.
5. Where are the two speakers?
   A. By the sea.       B. In a gallery.       C. In a library.
第二节 (共15小题; 每小题1.5分, 满分22.5分)
听下面5段对话或独白。每段对话或独白后有几个小题,从题中所给的A、B、C三个选项中选出最佳选项,并标在试卷的相应位置。听每段对话或独白前,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 can’t the man help the woman?
A. He is having a break. B. He isn’t happy.   C. He is quite busy.
7. What will the woman do?
A. Meet Alan.       B. Have lunch.     C. Do a report.
听第7段材料,回答第8、9题。
8. What is the relationship between the speakers? 
A. Classmates.      B. Brother and sister.     C. Father and daughter.
9. Why does the woman say sorry to the man?
A. She took his notebook computer without permission.        
B. She went to Jane’s house without telling him.       
C. She lost his notebook computer.
听第8段材料,回答第10至12题。
10. Why does the man think the price of the flat is too high?
A. The position is not good.      
B. The neighbors are too noisy.       
C. Some repairs must be done.
11. What does the woman say about the flat?
A. It is cheap.        B. It is popular.        C. It is convenient.
12. What will the man do this afternoon?
A. See another flat.      B. Meet the woman.     C. Visit a dentist.
听第9段材料,回答第13至16题。
13. Why did the woman do the Healthy Living Day?
A. To do more exercise. 
B. To make new friends. 
C. To try something different.
14. How did the woman feel at the end of the Healthy Living Day?
A. Thirsty.      B. Sick.       C. Tired.
15. When is the next Healthy Living Day?
A. April 14th.      B. May 28th.      C. July 5th.
16. Which sport has the woman chosen for the next Healthy Living Day?
A. Skateboarding.      B. Cycling.      C. Boating.
听第10段材料,回答第17至20题。
17. What was the speaker’s first job?
A. A secretary.      B. A bank clerk.     C. A travel agent.
18. What did the speaker do in the first year of her college course?
A. She learnt to make clothes.
B. She studied the history of design.
C. She worked in a large clothes shop.
19. Why did the speaker like the final show?
A. Her parents saw her work. 
B. She met well-known people in the field. 
C. All the college students worked together.
20. What is the speaker’s aim?
A. To become very rich.        
B. To get to the top of her profession.        
C. To start a children’s clothes business.

第二部分 阅读理解
第一节(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和D)中,选出最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。
A
    Here are some books which can inspire kids to think about nature and the environment.
How to Raise Monarch Butterflies
—By Carol Pasternak
Have you ever watched a monarch transform from a caterpillar (毛虫) to a butterfly from up close? In this book, learn everything about the monarch life cycle and how to raise monarchs from eggs to adult butterflies. You will also get to know the efforts involved to protect the species.
A Kid’s Guide to America’s Parks
—By Erin McHugh
This year, the US National Park Service’s National Park Week is on April 21-29. During the week, all the national parks offer free admission. Enrich your knowledge with this book, as it introduces the national parks and some interesting places in the US, including their geography, specific animals as well as environmental challenges. The book’s featured places include Yosemite National Park, Ellis Island (home of the Statue of Liberty) and the National Park of American Samoa, the only U.S. national park south of the equator (赤道).
Where Do Recyclable Materials Go?
—By Sabbithry Persad
Tiana had been learning about recycling at school. But when her dog, Bubbles, gets lost running after a recycling truck, she ends up learning a lot more about recyclable materials than ever! Follow Tiana and her family as they search for Bubbles around town and at the Materials Recovery Facility. Along the way, readers will learn a lot about recycling and how they can do their part in protecting the environment.
Scrap Kins Build-It Book Volume 1
—By Brian Yanish
Meet the Scrap Kins. They are creative, friendly monsters (怪物) who live in a recycling center, known as Scrap  City. They’ll show you how to turn junk into pretty cool things. Readers will learn how to create cute bags from old jeans, beautiful ships from milk boxes, and more. Remember that one person’s trash is another person’s treasure!
A. Which author teaches you how to make an artwork from wastes?
A. Carol Pasternak.     B. Erin McHugh.
C. Sabbithry Persad.     D. Brian Yanish.
B. Why is the National Park of American Samoa special?
A. There is a famous statue in it.   
B. It is free for admission.
C. It has its specific animals.   
D. It lies south of the equator.
C. Which book is most probably written in the form of a story?
A. How to Raise Monarch Butter flies  
B. A Kid’s Guide to America’s Parks
C. Where Do Recyclable Materials Go? 
D. Scrap Kins Build-It Book Volume 1
D. The common goal of the four books is to _________.
A. teach kids practical skills    
B. raise kids’ environment awareness 
C. comment on kids’ behavior   
D. make kids interested in geography

B
Last Sunday, I was sitting in a French restaurant enjoying a meal when I got on a phone call from a friend I hadn’t spoken to in a long time. In my enthusiasm and excitement, I talked quite louder than usual voice and in Spanish, my mother tongue.
    A few minutes into the call, an old lady sitting at the table beside mine got up, seemingly offended, and asked the restaurant staff to  relocate (重新安排) a table as far away as possible from this man who seemed to be impolite.
    I sank in my seat out of embarrassment. I ended the call soon afterwards and felt the urge to apologize. Before getting up, I looked around to see where she was and she was at the table farthest away from me. I noticed that the lady was alone and staring out of the window. I found a tinge (气息) of sadness or anxiety and perhaps a desire for aloneness and peace. But I had obviously destroyed it minutes earlier.
Right then I abandoned my plan for a conventional apologetic gesture. Seeing those funny smile cards in my wallet, I took one out and wrote some words to express my apology. On signing my restaurant bill, I asked a waiter to secretly charge the lady’s meal to me and hand her the smile card instead of her bill.
    Did she take it the wrong way, I wondered? Did she get confused? Did she refuse the anonymous (匿名的) offer? And so on. I just waited and felt nervous to learn the outcome. To my pleasant surprise, things turned out the best possible way.
    The waiter approached me in a joy, telling me, “In the many times she had dined here before, I had never seen the old lady smile as she did when receiving the smile card and the $ 0 bill. She thanked me even though I explained that someone else did the job.”
E. The old lady changed her seat mainly because of _________.
A. the author’s loud voice     
B. her private phone call 
C. the views out of the window    
D. the restaurant staff’s mistake
F. What can we infer from Paragraph 3?
    A. The lady didn’t have a nice mood and liked to stay alone.
    B. The author went up to the old lady and apologized to her.
    C. The old lady just moved to the farthest table to see outside.
    D. The author didn’t stop talking though he felt embarrassed.
G. Which of the following is the best title of this passage?
    A. An Old Lady Who Never Smiles
    B. A Smile Card for a Sincere Apology
    C. An Unpleasant Experience in France
    D. A Misunderstanding Caused by Different Cultures

C
Many kids help out around the house with chores(家庭杂务)such as emptying the dishwasher,putting laundry away,and taking out the trash.In exchange, some kids get allowances(补贴)or other rewards such as extra computer time.
But some people do not think that kids should get rewards for doing chores. Susie Walton,a parenting educator and family coach,believes that by rewarding kids,parents are sending a message that work isn’t worth doing unless you get something in return.“Running any kind of household is a team effort.” Susie said. “A home is a living space for everyone in the family. It’s important for kids to see that we all have responsibilities in the house,and that families decide together how they want their home to look,and how they are going to keep it looking like everyone wants it to look.”
Other people believe that getting a cash allowance or other rewards motivates kids to do chores, and it also teaches them real world lessons about how we need to work to earn money. There are also new applications that give kids points and digital gifts that can be redeemed (兑取) either online or in the real world.With the ChoreMonster app,kids earn digital points by completing chores that they can turn in for real-life rewards such as extra Xbox time or a trip to the mall. “Our goal is to encourage kids to earn rewards,” says Chris Bergman, founder of ChoreMonster. “Kids need positive reinforcement (强化) to help motivate them.”
What do you think? Should kids be rewarded for doing chores? Or should kids help out around their homes without getting anything in return?
Write a 200-word response. Send it to tfkasks4you @ timeforkids.com. Your response may be published in a future issu e of Time For Kids.Please include your grade and contact information of your parent or teacher if you want your response to be published.The deadline for responding is February 18.
H. How does the author start the passage?
A. By comparing different views.   
B. By listing some evidence.
C. By presenting some facts.    
D. By stating his own experiences.
I. According to Susie Walton, _________.
A. kids should be rewarded for doing chores
B. parents decide what kids can do for the family
C. kids have the responsibility to share housework
D. kids can get extra computer time for doing chores
J. Paragraph 3 is mainly about _________.
A. Chris Bergman’s opinion on raising kids
B. the advantage of rewarding kids for doing chores
C. main reasons why kids need encouragement
D. how to motivate kids to try new applications
K. The purpose of writing the text is to _________.
A. inform readers of two different opinions
B. call on readers to reflect on their behavior
C. present the author’s viewpoint about parenting
D. invite readers to express their opinions

D
 For many people who live in cities, parks are an important landscape. They provide a place for people to relax and play sports, as well as a shelter from the often severe environment of a city. What people often overlook is that parks also provide considerable environmental benefits.
 One benefit of parks is that plants absorb carbon dioxide and give off oxygen. According to one study, an acre of trees can absorb the same amount of carbon dioxide that a typical car emits in 11,000 miles of dr iv ing. Parks also make cities cooler. Scientists have long noted what is called the Urban Heat Island Effect: building materials such as metal and concrete (混凝土) absorb much more of the sun’s h eat and release it much more quickly than trees and grass. Because city landscapes contain so much of these building materials, cities are usually warmer than surrounding rural areas. Parks and other green spaces help to lessen the Urban Heat Island Effect.
 Unfortunately, many cities cannot easily create more parks. However, cities could benefit from many of the positive effects of parks by encouraging citizens to create another type of green space: rooftop gardens. While most people would not think of starting a garden on their roof, human beings have been planti ng gardens on rooftops for thousands of years. Some rooftop gardens are simple container gardens that anyone can create with the investment (投资) of a few hundred dollars and a few hours of work.
 Rooftop gardens provide many of the same benefits as other urban parks and garden spaces, but without taking up the much-needed land. In the summer, rooftop gardens prevent buildings from absorbing heat from the sun, which can significantly reduce cooling bills. In the winter, gardens help control the heat that materials like brick and concrete release so quickly, leading to savings on heating bills. Rooftop vegetables and herb gardens can also provide fresh food for city settlers, making their diets healthier. Rooftop gardens are not only something everyone can enjoy but also a smart environmental investment.
L. The underlined word “emits” in the second paragraph probably means _________.
A. gives out       B. takes up     
C. carries away        D. breathes in
M. Which of the following contributes to the Urban Heat Island Effect?
A. More building materials.       
B. More trees and grass.
C. More parking lots.         
D. More rooftop gardens.
N. When it comes to rooftop gardens, what can be inferred from the passage?
A. They make people much happier.
B. They provide more benefits from urban parks.
C. They help to save money and keep a healthy diet.
D. They have become very popular in recent years.
O. What’s the author’s attitude towards rooftop gardens?
A. Doubtful.      B. Supportive.      C. Critic al.      D. Objective.

第二节(共5小题; 每小题2分,满分10分)
根据短文内容,从短文后的选项中选出能填入空白处的最佳选项。选项中有两项为多余选项。
Nowadays more and more children now chat daily either online or through their mobile phones.    36    Some are shy “in real life” but are confident to com municate with others online; others find support from people of their own age on relationship issues, or problems at home.
 Sometimes the online world, just like the real world, can introduce problems, such as bullying or arguments.    37    But there are also a few people who use the Internet for offensive (冒犯性的) or illegal aims. Children must be made aware of both the good things and the dangers.
    38    Just as you decide which TV programs are suitable, you need to do the same for the websites and chat rooms your children visit. Remind your children that online friends are still strangers. Reminding them of the risks will keep them alert (警惕).
    39    So it’s likely that your children may know more than you do. We get left behind when it comes to the latest gad-gets and the interactive areas of websites, like chat rooms and message boards, which are especially strange.    40    Chatters love to use abbreviations (缩写) such as: atb — all the best, bbfn — bye bye for now, gr8 — great, Idk — I don’t know, kit — keep in touch, paw — parents are watching, lol — laugh out loud. It seems like another language, and it is!
A. Going online is great fun.
B. Computer studies are part of schoolwork now.
C. The language of chat is strange to many parents, too.
D. There are some websites that are not suitable for children.
E. To keep children safe, your management must cover the family computer.
F. They are connecting to a huge number of other children all over the world.
G. Surfing the Internet takes too much of the time that should be spent on lessons.

第三部分 英语知识运用

第一节:完形填空(共20小题;每小题1.5分,满分30分)
阅读下面短文,从短文后各题所给的A、B、C和D四个选项中,选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。
Being born and brought up in a village called Bruis, I lived a simple life with my father. I was 16 when one morning, Dad told me I could drive him into a     41       village called Burbank, on condition th at I took the car in to be     42     at a nearby garage. I readily accepted.I drove Dad into Burbank, and     43     to pick him up at 4 pm, then dropped off the car at the     44    .With several hours to spare, l went to a theater.     45    , when the last movie finished, it was six.I was two hours late!
   I knew Dad would be angry if he    46    I’d been watching movies.So I decided not to tell him the truth.When I    47    there I apologized for being late, and told him I’d    48    as quickly as I could, but that the car had needed a major repair. I’ll never forget the    49     he gave me. “I’m disappointed you    50    you have to lie to me, Jason.” Dad looked at me again. “When you didn’t    51    , I called the garage to ask if there were any    52    , and they told me you hadn’t yet picked up the car. “I felt     53     as I weakly told him the real reason. A     54     passed through Dad as he listened attentively. “I’m angry with     55    . I realize I’ve failed as a father. I’m going to walk home now and think seriously about     56     I’ve gone wrong all these years.” “But Dad, it’s 18 miles!” My protests and apologies were        57      .Dad walked home that day. I drove behind him,     58     him all the way, but he walked silently.
   Seeing Dad in so much     59     and emotional pain was my most painful experience. However, it was     60     the most successful lesson.I have never lied since.
(3)A. small         B. lonely       C. distant         D. familiar
(4)A. kept             B. repaired     C. watched         D. changed
(5)A. agreed           B. planned      C. determined       D. promised
(6)A. village          B. community    C. theater         D. garage
(7)A. However    B. Then     C. Therefore    D. Still
(8)A. found out     B. gave out   C. figured out   D. came out
(9)A. went            B. ran          C. walked          D. hurried
(10)A. come      B. left          C. moved         D. started
(11)A. word      B. appearance      C. look          D. face 
(12)A. find     B. believe      C. feel          D. decide
(13)A. turn around   B. drive out      C. go away        D. turn up
(14)A. questions        B. problems    C. mistakes    D. faults
(15)A. ashamed        B. frightened   C. nervous    D. surprised
(16)A. nervousness     B. sadness        C. silence           D. thought
(17)A. you             B. myself        C. me              D. yourself
(18)A. where     B. how         C. why             D. when
(19)A. meaningless      B. useless        C. helpless          D. worthless
(20)A. asking              B. persuading    C. begging       D. following
(21)A. natural       B. practical      C. personal        D. physical
(22)A. indeed        B. always       C. also           D. almost

第二节(共10小题;每小题1.5分,满分15分)
阅读下面短文,在空白处填入1个适当的单词或括号内单词的正确形式。
Smiling
  Smile is a universal language, which is widely used throughout the world.          61       , the meaning of a smile in different cultures may be different. Depending on different cultures, smiling can express joy and     62    (amuse), but it can also indicate embarrassment. The following examples show this point of view:
  In an attempt to be open and     63    (friend), people in the United States smile a lot. Every one smiles at each other and this nonverbal communication shows being polite in the United States. But in China, smiling is not only     64     expression of happiness, but also a way to avoid     65     (be) embarrassed. Chinese people like smiling when they are embarrassed in order to avoid embarrassment. Smiling is a kind of good will but not sneer (嘲笑). For example: When a child     66    (fall) off from a bike, the adults in China may smile,     67     is a kind of gentle encouragement and may not be a kind of impolite laugh.
Related     68     the smile is the laugh. Also, different cultures have different          69        (meaning) about laugh. Americans can enjoy a very heartfelt belly (腹部) laugh that comes from the deepest emotions while most Chinese may think        70       silly to laugh that way.

第四部分 写作
第一节:短文改错(共10小题;每小题1分,满分10分)
 假定英语课上老师要求同桌之间交换修改作文,请你修改你同桌写的以下作文。文
中共有10处语言错误,每句中最多有两处。每处错误仅涉及一个单词的增加、删除或
修改。
 增加:在缺词处加一个漏词符号(∧),并在其下面写出该加的词。
 删除:把多余的词用斜线(\)划掉。
 修改:在错的词下划一横线,并在该词下面写出修改后的词。
 注意:1. 每处错误及其修改均仅限一词;
 2. 只允许修改10处,多者(从第11处起)不计分。
 This afternoon I went to the bookstore near my house, only find it was closed. Just then, I noticed a schoolboy walking in front of me. When he passed by a white wall, he left two footprints on it. An old man, who saw that had happened, shouted at him angry. The boy felt afraid or ran away quickly.
 A few minutes later, another boys passed by the white wall and saw the footprints. He thought for a moment and took out of a pencil from his schoolbag. While I was wondered, I saw the boy painting the panda on the wall. And the footprints become the panda’s black eyes. What a smart boy I was!
第二节:书面表达(满分25分)
 假定你是李华,你收到美国笔友Lily的来信,得知她对你校最近举办的古诗词朗诵大赛非常感兴趣。请你根据下列提示, 用英语给她写一封回信,内容包括:
 1. 介绍比赛的具体情况(时间、地点、目的等)
 2. 谈谈你参加此次活动的感受
注意:1. 词数100左右;
 2. 可以适当增加细节, 以使行文连贯;
      3. 参考词汇:古诗词朗诵大赛 Ancient Poetry Recitation Contest
Dear Lily,
I am very glad to hear from you. _______________________
________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________
                                               
Yours,
Li Hua 

吉林市普通中学2016—2017学年度高中毕业班第三次调研测试
英语参考答案

听力部分:(每小题1.5分,共20小题,满分30分)
1—5  BCCBB  6—10  CABAC  11—15 BCCAB  16—20 AABAC
阅读理解:(每小题2分,共20小题,满分40分)
21. D细节理解题。由最后一段第4句可知。
22. D 细节理解题。由第三段最后一句可知。
23. C 推理判断题。由第四段可知。
24. B 写作目的题。由第一段可知。
25. A 细节理解题。由第二段可知。
26. A 推理判断题。由第三段第4句、第5句可知。
27. B 主旨大意题。由全文内容概括可知。
28. C 细节理解题。由第一段可知,作者采用了陈述事实的写作手法。
29. C 细节理解题。由第二段最后一句可知。
30. B 段落大意题。由第三段第1句可知。
31. D 写作目的题。由最后一段可知。
32. A 词义猜测题。与本句中的absorb相对应。
33. A 细节理解题。由第二段第5句可知。
34. C 推理判断题。由第四段最后三句可知。
35. B 观点态度题。由最后一段可知。
36—40 FAEBC
完形填空 (每小题1.5分,共20小题,满分30分)
41. C 由下文“It’s 18 miles !”可知。
42. B 意为“在附近的一个修理厂修理。”
43. D 意为“答应下午四点钟去接他。”
44. D 由上文“garage”可知。
45. A 上下文转折关系,意为“然而”。
46. A 意为“查明我迟到的原因。”
47. D 意为“匆忙赶到那里”
48. A 意为“我会尽快回来。”
49. C 意为“我永远也不会忘记他的眼神。”下文Dad looked at me again. 与此空相呼应。
50. C 意为“我很失望,因为你觉得你必须向我说谎。”
51. D 意为“出现”。
52. B 意为“是否出现什么问题”。
53. A 意为“我感到羞愧”。
54.B 意为“父亲的脸上掠过一丝悲伤”。
55. B 意为“我对我自己很生气”。  
56. A 意为“这些年来我哪里做错了”。
57. B 意为“我的反对和道歉都没用。”
58. C 意为“一路求着他(上车)。” 与but he walked silently构成转折关系。
59. D 意为“体力的,身体的”,与emotional相对应。
60. C 意为“也是最成功的一次教训”。与上文的my most painful experience构成递进关系。

知识运用第二节 (每小题1.5分,共10小题,满分15分)
61. However     62. amusement      63. friendly       64. an           65. being  
66. falls         67. which           68. to            69. meanings     70. it / it’s
短文改错:(每小题1分,满分10分)
 This afternoon I went to the bookstore near my house, only ∧find it was closed. Just
                                                       to
then, I noticed a schoolboy walking in front of me. When he passed by a white wall, he left

two footprints on it. An old man, who saw that had happened, shouted at him angry. The
                                    what                          angrily
boy felt afraid or ran away quickly.
 and
 A few minutes later, another boys passed by the white wall and saw the footprints. He
                             boy
thought for a moment and took out of a pencil from his schoolbag. While I was wondered, I
                                                                   wondering
saw the boy painting the panda on the wall. And the footprints become the panda’s black
                   a                                  became
eyes. What a smart boy I was!
                he
书面表达:(满分25分)One possible version:
Dear Lily,
    I am very glad to hear from you. Knowing that you are interested in the Ancient Poetry Recitation Contest which was organized by our school, I am very pleased to tell you more details about it.
    The contest was held in the school gym from March 20th to March 23th, aiming to arouse our enthusiasm for the Chinese traditional culture. So fascinating and interesting was the contest that a lot of students entered for it. The contest included reading and reciting the ancient poetry and I took part in both. I have had a deeper understanding about the ancient poems and I was motivated to improve my writing ability.
I do hope that you will enjoy my introduction. If you want further information, please let me know.                            
                                                                                         Yours,
                                                                                          Li Hua

附:听力录音原文
(Text 1)
W: Excuse me. What time is it?
M: It’s five thirty.
W: Really? Does the park close at half past six?
M: It’s Sunday today, so it  shuts at six — it stays open later on Saturdays.
(Text 2)
W: Dad, can we go to that hotel next to the river again this year?
M: Your mother didn’t like it.
W: What about the place on top of that hill?
M: That’s full so Mum and I found one in the woods. I booked it last night.
(Text 3)
M: When will the construction of the new office be completed? The project is behind schedule. We can’t move into the new office this year.
W: I’m upset about all the noise from the construction. It’s hard to get my work done.
(Text 4)
W: Excuse me. I’d like to buy a desk for my little son. I don’t have any particular brand in mind, but it should be less than 50 dollars.
M: OK. We have a large selection of small desks for young children.
 (Text 5)
W: Oh, this is amazing! It’s so lifelike. Oh, just look at the sky and the sea. A work of a talent!
M: Yeah. I can’t agree more. It’s outstanding in this gallery.
(Text 6)
W: Could you give me some advice about the design of the new advertisement?
M: I’d be happy to, but I really have to get this report done. Maybe Alan has some free time.
W: That’s right! And he has some background in advertising.
M: I just saw him come back from his lunch break. Now would be a good time to catch him.
W: Great!
(Text 7)
M: Hi, Lily, are you still at Jane’s house?
W: Yeah, why? We’re just playing some games.
M: Computer games? I’ve been looking for my notebook computer.
W: Oh, sorry. I’ve just borrowed it for the evening. Hope you don’ t mind.
M: Oh, honestly! You’re always using my things without asking me, and I’ve got this really important homework project! Now what am I going to do?
W: Use Dad’s computer instead. He won’t mind.
M: Look, I can’t do that — I’ve got everything saved on mine.
(Text 8)
M: I think the position is pretty good. And the neighbors seem nice. Howe ver, considering the walls have to be repaired, and the shelves must be repainted, your asking price is a little too high. Could you give us a better price?
W: I’m sorry, but several people are interested in his flat, so I think we can get the price we were asking for. I’ll show you another flat on Fifth Avenue this afternoon. It’s cheaper than this one, but it’s a bit small.
M: I’m afraid I have an appointment with a dentist. Let’s make it some other time.
W: If this afternoon is inconvenient for you, I’ll arrange another date. Let me know when is good for you.
(Text 9)
W: I’ve just done the most amazing Healthy Living Day at the sports center.
M: Cool! But what’s a Healthy Living Day!
W: Well, you learn to live in a healthy way. Everyone does three activities. In the morning, you can choose two different indoor activities and in the afternoon, you can try one activity outdoors.
M: Sounds like hard work! Why did you do it?
W: I wanted to do a new activity, so I went with my cousin Georgia. She doesn’t do enough exercise. We make lots of new friends.
M: Were you both really tired when you finished?
W: Georgia was and she didn’t feel very well. I was OK but I needed something to drink.
M: Well, when’s the next Day? I’d love to go. I know I’m free most Saturdays after April 14th.
W: Oh, I’ve just booked a place for July 5th but I think the next one is on May 28th.
M: Great! I’ll come to the same one as you! Are you going to go cycling again?
W: Not this time. I’m going to do advanced skateboarding. I wanted to try boating but that group is full.
M: Wow! I’d like to do that too!
(Text 10)
W: Good evening everyone, my name’s Louise Bright. I’ve worked as a sportswear designer for a big store for four years now, but I haven’t always worked in this field. When I left school I worked as secretary for a couple of years, and then became a bank clerk before getting a job in a travel agency. But I always dreamt about working in clothes designing.
So, when I was 25, I went to college — the London School of Fashion, and did a four-year course there. You don’t learn how to actually design and make clothes until the second year — the first year is spent looking back at the designs of the past. In the third year you work in a big store, looking at clothes made by all the famous names.
I enjoyed the last year of the course most, because each student designs seven sets of clothes for the final show. All the students at the school come to the final show, and you can invite other friends as well. But for me, the best thing was that my mum and dad could come and see what I’d done. Of course, people who are really well-known in the field often come too.
I was very lucky to get work as a clothes designer as soon as I’d finished college. I really love my work., but I intend to have my own business in the end — I’d like to design children’s sports clothes, and sell them on the Internet. I don’t expect to be fantastically successful but if I could earn enough to live on, that would be great.

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