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第1页共9页2014高考百天仿真冲刺卷英语试卷(七)第一部分听力(共两节,满分30分第一节(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.WhatdidthemanwantA.Alargenote.B.Somestamps.C.Smallchange.2.WhatdoesthewomanlooklikeA.Sheistall.B.Sheisfat.C.Sheisthin.3.WhatisthewomanlikelytodoatChristmasA.Meetsomeofherfriends.B.Helphermotherdosomecooking.C.Doanythingshemaycomeacross.4.WhydidntJohngohomelastweekendA.Hewasill.B.Hewasbusy.C.HewenttoNewYork.5.WhattimeisitwhenthedialoguehappensA.At930.B.At1000.C.At1030第二节(共15小题,每小题1.5分,共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,每小题将给出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.WhatwouldGeorgeratherdoA.Dothedishes.B.Cleanthetable.C.Takeouttherubbish.7.WhatstherelationshipbetweenthetwospeakersA.Motherandson.B.Sisterandbrother.C.Teacherandstudent.听第7段材料,回答第8至9题。8.WhenwillthepartybeheldA.OnMay2nd.B.OnMay3rd.C.OnMay4th.9.WhatwilltakeplaceatthepartyA.Somespeeches.B.Adance.C.Acontest.听第8段材料,回答第10至12题。10.WhichmuseumwilltheygotoA.Theartmuseum.B.Thechildrensmuseum.C.Thehistorymuseum.11.WhoisHenryA.Jimsbrother.B.Thewomanshusband.C.Thewomansfather.12.HowwilltheygotothemuseumA.Onfoot.B.Bybus.C.Bycar.听第9段材料,回答第13至16题。13.WhatdoesthemanwanttodoA.Buyaflat.B.Changeaflat.C.Rentaflat.14.WhydoesntthemanliketheflatinKingstonRoadA.Itstooexpensive.B.Itstoosmall.C.Itsfarfromdowntown.15.HowmuchwillthemanpayeachyearfortheflatA.2,400dollars.B.2,500dollars.C.3,000dollars.16.WhereisthebiggerflatlocatedA.InKingstonRoad.B.Innoisydowntown.C.Besidethepark.听第10段材料,回答第17至20题。17.Whatisthemantalkingabout第2页共9页A.Thestoryofhisname.B.Hisparentsnames.C.Hisgrandfathersname.18.WhatdoesthemanknowaboutthenameEvansA.Ithasalotofmeanings.B.ItscommoninWalesandallaroundBritain.C.Itsverypopularamongfarmers.19.WhowasItzhakPerlmanA.Afamousmusician.B.Themansfather.C.Themansgrandfather.20.WhatdoesIsaacEvansdoA.Aviolinist.B.Apainter.C.Adoctor.第二部分英语知识运用(满分35分)第一节单项填空共15小题,满分15分21.MrBlack,thisisourlanguagelab.WouldyouliketogoinandhavealookOK.________.A.HelpyourselfB.Thisway,pleaseC.FollowmeD.Afteryou22.IadmitImadealotofmistakesinthework,andIwillresponsibilityforthem.A.assumeB.declineC.acceptD.secure23.Thewoman,whoissaidtohavemovedtoAmericalastyear,____inChinaforalmosttwentyyears.A.livedB.haslivedC.waslivingD.hadlived24.Inmyview,biologyis______chemistry,butalittleeasierthanmathematics.A.asubjectsodifficultasB.asdifficultasubjectasC.asadifficultsubjectasD.difficultasasubjectas25.PassengerLookoutTheresakangaroowanderingontheroadDriver____itThatwaslucky.Itcandamagemycarreallybadly.A.MissingB.MissedC.TomissD.Miss26.Mostoftheaudiencewonderedwhatideaamanwhosdeaffrombirthcanhave____music.A.withB.inC.ofD.at27.Weweregoingtogoout,but___watchingTVathomebecauseofrain.A.tookupB.cameoutC.setoutD.endedup28.In__faceoftheglobalfinancialcrisis,wemustbeallof__mind.A.thetheB.不填不填C.the不填D.不填a29.Pleasedomeafavour___myfriendMrSmithtoYouthTheatreat730tonight.A.toinviteB.invitingC.inviteD.invited30.Thetrain___theyweretravellingwaslate.A.bywhichB.towhichC.inwhichD.atwhich31.Neither___theladynor___ofher.A.IhaveseenhaveIheardB.haveIseenIhaveheardC.haveIseenhaveIheardD.IhaveseenIhaveheard32.Kate,lookafteryouryoungerbrotherthisafternoon.______IsntheoldenoughtolookafterhimselfHestwelveyearsoldnow.A.MayIB.CanIC.MustID.ShouldI33.ButfortheParty,he___ofhungerfifteenyearsago.A.mayhavediedB.musthavediedC.wouldhavediedD.canhavedied34.Itwas______creativethinkingthatItookthecourse,nottogethighmarksinexaminations.A.developingB.todevelopC.developD.tohavedeveloped35.Weshoulddowhatwehavetodo______wecandowhatwewanttodointhefuture.A.sothatB.incaseC.forfearthatD.nowthat第二节完形填空共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四个选项A、B、C和D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。CertainlydustmenprefertobeknownasReuseCollectionandDisposalOfficers.Youmaythinkthatthisisrather36,anditisbettertocallaspadeaspade.Butdustmencanbeas37aspeopleofanyotheroccupation,thoughwemust38thattheirjobisnota39oneintheworld.Weoftentakedustmenforgranted.Perhapsbecausetheyusuallycomeveryearlyinthemorning,beforemostpeopleare40.Wearelikelytoforgettheir41.Ourdustbinsare42regularly,butwe43stoptothinkaboutthe第3页共9页menwhodothis.However,itisoneofthemostimportantjobsintheworld,andwhentherearenodustmento44therubbish,thegeneral45soonbecomesawarethatsomethingiswrong.Recently,thedustmenofEnglandwentonstrikeforhigherwages.Duringthefirstfewdaysitwasregardedasa46.Butwhenthefirsttwoweekshadpassed,andthedustbinswereoverflowinginnearlyeverybackyardinthecountry,thejokedidnotseemso47anymore.48thestrikecontinued,peoplecouldnot49thehillsofrubbisharoundtheirdustbins,andtheylookedforotherplacesinwhichto50it.EvenLeicesterSquare,intheheartofWestEndofLondon,was51highwithplasticbagsfullofsmellyrubbish.Thiswasa(n)52attractionthatthepeopleofLondonwerenotatall53tosee.Evenwhenthestrikewasover,ittookseveralweeksforthecountrytogetcleanedupcompletely.PerhapsnowtheEnglishpeopleappreciatetheworkof54dustmenrathermore55andwonttakethemforgrantedanymore.36.A.sillyB.cleverC.interestingD.reasonable37.A.sensitiveB.carelessC.hopefulD.shy38.A.realizeB.believeC.knowD.admit39.A.necessaryB.difficultC.heavyD.romantic40.A.awayB.upC.downD.in41.A.existenceB.presenceC.absenceD.performance42.A.cleanedB.filledC.emptiedD.burned43.A.generallyB.seldomC.frequentlyD.sometimes44.A.takeawayB.takeoffC.takeupD.takeon45.A.societyB.citizenC.publicD.community46.A.trickB.troubleC.jokeD.show47.A.pleasingB.excitedC.stupidD.funny48.A.WhenB.WhileC.AsD.Because49.A.bearB.containC.manageD.control50.A.getridofB.giveupC.takecareofD.keepoff51.A.crowdedB.piledC.fixedD.put52.A.businessB.industrialC.touristD.agricultural53.A.disappointedB.seriousC.happyD.nervous54.A.itsB.herC.hisD.their55.A.highlyB.eagerlyC.lowlyD.entirely第三部分阅读理解共20小题每小题2分,满分40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。AIheardmanyparentscomplainingthattheirteenagechildrenarerebelling.Iwishitwereso.Atyourageyououghttobegrowingawayfromyourparents.Youshouldbelearningtostandonyourowntwofeet.Buttakeagoodlookatthepresentrebellion.Itseemsthatteenagersaretakingthesamewayofshowingthattheydisagreewiththeirparents.Insteadofstrikingoutboldlyontheirown,mostofthemareclutching紧握atoneanothershandsforreassurance.Theyclaimtheywanttodressastheyplease.Buttheyallwearthesameclothes.Theysetoffinnewdirectionsinmusic.Butsomehowtheyallenduphuddled聚在一起roundlisteningtothesamerecord.Theirreasonforthinkingoractinginthusandsuchawayisthatthecrowdisdoingit.Theyhavecomeoutoftheircocoon蚕茧intoalargercocoon.Ithasbecomeharderandharderforateenagertostandupagainstthepopularitywaveandtogohisorherownway.Industryhasfirmlycarvedoutateenagemarket.Thesedayseveryteenagercanlearnfromtheadvertisementswhatateenagershouldhaveandbe.Andmanyoftodaysparentshavecometoawardhighmarksforthepopularityoftheirchildren.Allthisaddsuptoagreatbarrierfortheteenagerwhowantstofindhisorherownpath.Butthebarrierisworthclimbingover.Thepathisworthfollowing.Youmaywanttolistentoclassicalmusicinsteadofgoingtoaparty.Youmaywanttocollectrockswheneveryoneelseiscollectingrecords.Youmayhavesomethoughtsthatyoudontcaretoshareatoncewithyourclassmates.Well,gotoit.Findyourself.Beyourself.Popularitywillcomewiththepeoplewhorespectyouforwhoyouare.Thatistheonlykindofpopularitythatreallycounts.56.Inthispassage,theauthorwantstotell_______.A.teenagerstotrytopursuetheirrealselvesB.readerstotrytobepopularwithpeoplearound第4页共9页C.parentstotrytocontrolandguidetheirchildrenD.peopletotrytounderstandandrespecteachother57.Theauthordisapprovesofrebellingteenagers_______.A.growingawayfromtheirparentsB.followingthepopularitytrendC.walkinganewwayontheirownD.turningtotheirfriendsforhelp58.Thephraselargercocoonattheendofthesecondparagraphrefersto_______.A.thedistractiveandvariablesocietyB.thedazzlingmusicworldC.theparentalcareandloveD.thepopularitywaveinthesociety59.WhatdoestheauthorthinkofadvertisementsA.Convincing.B.Instructive.C.Influential.D.Authoritative.60.Accordingtotheauthor,whatmighthappenwhenateenagerstandsupagainstthepopularitywaveandfollowshis/herownpathA.He/Shefallsbehindthetime.B.He/Shelosesgoodfriends.C.He/Shefacesallkindsofcriticism.D.He/Shegainsvaluablepopularity.BDrPapaderos,whatisthemeaningoflifeTheusuallaughterfollowed,andpeoplestirred骚动togo.Papaderoshelduphishandandstilledtheroomandlookedatmeforalongtime,askingwithhiseyesifIwasseriousandseeingfrommyeyesthatIwas.Iwillansweryourquestion.Takinghiswalletoutofhishippocket,hefishedintoaleatherbillfoldandbroughtoutaverysmallroundmirror,aboutthesizeofaquarter.AndwhathesaidwentlikethisWhenIwasasmallchild,duringthewar,wewereverypoorandwelivedinaremotevillage.Oneday,ontheroad,Ifoundthebrokenpiecesofamirror.AGermanmotorcyclehadbeenwreckedinthatplace.Itriedtofindallthepiecesandputthemtogether,butitwasnotpossible,soIkeptonlythelargestpiece.Thisoneandbyscratchingitonastone,Imadeitround.IbegantoplaywithitasatoyandbecamefascinatedbythefactthatIcouldreflectlightintodarkplaceswherethesunwouldnevershineindeepholesandcrevices裂缝anddarkclosets.ItbecameagameformetogetlightintothemostinaccessibleplacesIcouldfind.IkeptthelittlemirrorandasIwentaboutmygrowingup,Iwouldtakeitoutinidlemomentsandcontinuethechallengeofthegame.AsIbecameaman,IgrewtounderstandthatthiswasnotjustachildsgamebutametaphorforwhatImightdowithmylife.IcametounderstandthatIamnotthelightorthesourceoflight.Butlighttruth,understanding,knowledgeisthere,anditwillshineinmanydarkplacesonlyifIreflectit.Iamafragment碎片ofamirrorwhosewholedesignandshapeldonotknow.Nevertheless,withwhatIhaveIcanreflectlightintothedarkplacesofthisworldintotheblackplacesintheheartsofmenandchangesomethingsinsomepeople.Perhapsothersmayseeanddolikewise.ThisiswhatIamabout.Thisisthemeaningofmylife.61.Onhearingtheauthorsquestion,Dr.Papedotesatfirst.A.laughedathisfoolishnessB.doubtedhisseriousnessC.wasntsureoftheanswerD.wasntinterestedatall62.HowdidDrPapaderosgetthesmallroundmirrorwhenhewasachildA.Hefounditontheroadandmadeitround.B.AdyingGermansoldiergavehimasapresent.C.Hechancedtofinditinthestreetwhileplaying.D.Heputthebrokenpiecestogetherandmadeit.63.WhydidDrPapaderoslikethesmallroundmirrorsomuchasachildA.Becauseitcouldshinetheplaceswherethesuncouldntreach.B.Becausehewastoopoortoaffordothertoys.C.Becausehebelieveditwouldbringgoodlucktohim.D.Becauseittoldhimalotaboutwhatlifereallymeanttohim.64.Theunderlinedmetaphorinthe7thparagraphmostprobablymeans.A.purposeB.sourceC.lightD.symbol65.WhichofthefollowingmightbethebesttitleforthepassageA.TheMeaningofLifeB.ABrokenPieceofMirrorC.DrPapaderosExperienceD.ASpecialGameintheChildhoodCOuraimistotakeourarttotheworldandmakepeopleunderstandwhatitistomove,saidDavidBelle,thefounderofparkour跑酷.DoyouloverunningItisagoodexercise,yetmanypeoplefinditboring.第5页共9页ButwhatifmakingyourmorningjogacreativeoneLikejumpingfromwallsandovergaps,andgroundrollsJustliketheJamesBondinthemovieCasinoRoyaleBondjumpsdownfromarooftoawindowsillandthenrunsseveralblocksoverobstaclesontheway.ItisjustbecauseofBondswonderfulperformancesthatthesporthasbecomepopularworldwide.Yes,thatsparkour,anextremestreetsportaimedatmovingfromonepointtoanotherasquicklyaspossible,gettingoveralltheobstaclesinthepathusingonlytheabilitiesofthehumanbody.Parkourisconsideredanextremesport.Asitsparticipantsdasharoundacity,theymayjumpoverfences,runupwallsandevenmovefromrooftoptorooftop.Parkourcanbejustasexcitingandcharmingasitsounds,butitsparticipantsseeparkourmuchmorethanthat.Overcomealltheobstaclesonthecourseandinlifeitispartofthephilosophy理念behindparkour.Thisisthesameaslife.Youmustdetermineyourdestination,gostraight,jumpoverallthebarriersasifinparkourandneverfallbackfromtheminyourlifetoreachthedestinationsuccessfully.Aparkourloversaid,Iloveparkourbecauseitsphilosophyhasbecomemylife,mywaytodoeverything.Anotherphilosophywevelearntfromparkourisfreedom.Itcanbedonebyanyone,atanytime,anywhereintheworld.Itisakindofexpressionoftrustinyourselfthatyouearnenergyandconfidence.66.Parkourhasbecomepopularthroughouttheworldbecauseof.A.itsfounder,DavidBelleB.thefilm,CasinoRoyaleC.itsrisksandtricksD.thevarietiesofparticipants67.TheunderlinedwordobstaclesinParagraph2isclosestinmeaningto.A.streetsB.objectsC.barriersD.roofs68.WhichofthefollowingistrueofparkourA.Itchallengeshumanabilities.B.Itisagoodbutboringsport.C.Itneedsspecialtraining.D.Itisateamsport.69.Asitsparticipantsmovearoundacity,.A.theycanaskforhelpB.theymaychoosetoescapeC.theyshouldruntoextremesD.theymustlearntosurvive70.WhichofthefollowingisthephilosophyofparkourA.Sportsandextremes.B.Excitementandfreedom.C.Dreamsandsuccess.D.Determinationandfreedom.DApersonnamedBernardJacksontodayisafreeman,buthehasmanybittermemories.Hespentfiveyearsinprisonafterajury陪审团wronglyconvicted判处有罪himofrapingtwowomen.AtJacksonstrial,althoughtwowitnessestestifiedthatJacksonwaswiththeminanotherlocationatthetimeofthecrime,hewasconvictedanyway.WhyThejurybelievedthetestimony证词ofthetwovictims,whopositivelyidentifiedJacksonasthemanwhohadattackedthem.ThecourteventuallyfreedJacksonafterthepolicefoundtherealcriminal.Manyfactorsinfluencetheaccuracyofeyewitnesstestimony.Forinstance,witnessessometimesseephotographsofseveralsuspectsbeforetheytrytoidentifythepersontheysawinagroupofpeople.Theycanbecomeconfusedbyseeingmanyphotographsofsimilarfaces.Thenumberofpeopleinthegroup,andwhetheritisapersonoraphotograph,mayalsoaffectawitnesssdecision.Peoplesometimeshavedifficultyidentifyingpeopleofotherraces.Thequestionsthepoliceaskwitnessesalsohaveaneffectonthem.Manypeoplebelievethatpoliceofficersaremorereliablethanordinarypeople.Psychologistsdecidedtotestthisidea,andtheydiscoveredthatitisnottrue.Twopsychologistsshowedafilmofcrimestobothpoliceofficersandcivilians.Thepsychologistsfoundnodifferencebetweenthepoliceandtheciviliansincorrectlyrememberingthedetailsofthecrimes.Despiteallthepossibilitiesforinaccuracy,courtscannotomiteyewitnesstestimonyfromatrial.Americancourtsdependalmostcompletelyoneyewitnesstestimonytoresolve决定courtcases.Sometimesitistheonlyevidencetoacrime,suchasrape.Furthermore,eyewitnesstestimonyisoftencorrect.Althoughpeopledosometimesmakemistakes,andconvictinnocentpeople,moreimportantly,eyewitnesstestimonyhasrightlyconvictedalargernumberofguiltypeople.Americancourtsdependontheabilityofthetwelvejurors,andnotthejudges,todeterminetheaccuracyofthewitnessstestimony.Itistheirresponsibilitytodecideifacertainwitnesscouldactuallysee,hearandrememberwhathappened.71.BernardJacksonwasfoundguiltyandsentenced5yearsprisonbecause.A.thepolicediscoveredevidenceleadingtohisguiltB.theadmittedthecrimeofrapingtwowomen第6页共9页C.thevictimsinsistedthathewastheattackerD.theeyewitnessprovedthevictimstestimony72.ThefollowingstatementsmaybethereasonsforwhysometimestheeyewitnesstestimonyisnotaccurateEXCEPT.A.theeyewitnesslackstheprofessionalhelpfrompoliceB.theeyewitnessisshownphotosofmanysimilarfacesC.theeyewitnessisconfusedbythepolicesquestionsD.theeyewitnesscantidentifypeopleofotherracesclearly73.Aninaccurateeyewitnesstestimonymayleadto.A.themisunderstandingofthecaseB.theconvictionofaninnocentpersonC.thedisrespectfortheeyewitnessD.thedisbeliefinthecourt74.Eyewitnesstestimonyisimportantbecause.A.itissometimestheonlywaytoresolvecourtcases.B.itcanbereliedontodetectcriminalsinallcases.C.itissometimestheonlyclueforpoliceinvestigation.D.itismorereliablethanphysicalevidencestoacrime.75.Accordingtothetext,wecaninferthat.A.thejuryreliesonthejudgethantheeyewitnessforadecisionB.policeidentificationismorereliablethanthatoftheordinarypeopleC.crimevictimsoftenfailtogivepositiveidentificationofthesuspectsD.eyewitnesstestimonyisvaluable,thoughsometimesincorrect.第四部分书面表达(共两节,35分)第一节阅读表达共5小题每小题2分,满分10分阅读下面的短文,并根据短文后的要求答题(请注意问题后的词数要求。答案写在答卷纸上)1Itssafe,itssimple,anditworksDrinkingrightamountsofwaterreallycanhelpyouloseweight,newresearchshows.2Inwhatresearchersclaimisthefirstevertrialoftheeffectofwaterconsumptiononweightloss,scientistsfromVirginiaTechfoundthatdieterswhostartedeachmealwithtwoglassesofwaterlostnearlyfivepoundsmore,onaverage,thandieterswhodidnot,overthecourseof12weeks.Theresnoshortageofclearevidenceabouthowwatermightworktocontrolyourappetite食欲.It________________soyoudonteatsomuchitkeepsdownyourthirstsothatyoudontturntocalorie-richsodasorjuices.Butuntilnow,theresearcherssay,therehasbeennotrueevidencethatwatersappetitecontrollingbenefitsevertranslateintoactualweightloss.Nowthereis.Inthe12weekstudyperiod,dietersinstructedtodrinkwaterwitheverymeallostanaverageof15.5poundsdietersgivennoinstructionslost,onaverage,just11pounds.3Perhapsthemostsurprisingthingaboutthefindingishowlittlewestillknowabouthealthywaterconsumptioningeneral.Infact,althoughdoctorsandpublichealthauthoritiesregularlyremindustodrinkmorewater,veryfewstudiesgiveanyinsightintowhatouridealquantitymaybe.4Thenewresultstodaysuggestthatmanypeoplecouldindeedstandtodrinkalittlemorewaterthantheydo.Butifyourelookingtoloseweight,beawarethatitisactuallypossibletodrinktoomuchwater,andyouprobablywonthelpmattersanybydrinkingtoomuchwateratatime.Inextremecases,itcanevenbedeadly.Acoupleofglasseswitheachmeal,however,shouldbenoproblematallforahealthyperson.76.Whatisthemainideaofthetextnomorethan8words________________________________________________________________77.Completethefollowingstatementwithproperwords.nomorethan2wordsEnoughobviousevidence_______howyourappetitemightbeunderthecontrolofwater.________________________________________________________________78.FillintheblankinParagraph2withproperwords.nomorethan3words________________________________________________________________79.Whyshouldweavoiddrinkingtoomuchwateratatimenomorethan6words________________________________________________________________80.WhatdoestheworditLine1,Paragraph1probablyrefertonomorethan6words________________________________________________________________第二节写作(共1小题满分25分)请用英语对下图人人抢过高考独木桥的现象加以描述,并说说你对这种现象的认识和理解。词数第7页共9页120左右。2013高考百天仿真冲刺卷英语试卷(七)参考答案1~5题CBCAA6~10题CABAA11~15题BCCBC16~20题CABAB21~25题DAABB26~30题CDDCC31~35题CCCBA36~40题AADDB第8页共9页41~45题ACBAC46~50题CDCAA51~55题BCCDA56~60题ABDCD61~65题BAADA66~70题BCACD71~75题CABAD答案76.Drinkingwatercanhelploseweight.77.hasproved78.fillsyouup79.Becauseitmightcause/leadto/resultindeath.80.Drinkingrightamountsofwater.PossibleversionInthecartoon,wecanseeacrowdofstudentsarepushingtheirwaythroughthesinglelogbridgeleadingtothecollege,whichtheythinkistheonlywaytosuccess.Thefactisthatsomesucceedintheend,whilesomefallintotheriver,stilltryinghardtoclimbbacktothebridge.Honestlyspeaking,togotocollegeisanidealwayformostofustofindapossiblegoodjobinthefuture,butweshouldknowthatwhatmattersinfindingajobisnotjustthecollegediploma,butwhatwelearnincollege.Togainabetterfuture,westillhavemanyotheroptions,weshouldlearnthewayoflearning,learntobeconfident,andlearntocooperatewithothers.AllroadsleadtoRome.Ithink,allofuswillsurelyrealizeourdreamsindifferentways.听力材料Text1MCouldyougivemesomecoinsforthe100dollarnote,pleaseWOh,Imsorry.Imrathershortofcoinsmyself.Text2WIalwaysfeelImoutofbreath.MImnotsurprised.Youshouldtryyourbesttolosesomeweight.Text3MWhatareyougoingtodoforChristmasWNothingspecial.Imightdoanything.MIthinkyouneedtoplanforit.WYouknowIalwaysdothingsastheyhappen.MForme,Illjuststayhomeandhelpmymotherwiththecooking.WFineText4WJohn,whowascallingMMymom.ShewonderedwhyIdidntgohomelastweekend,andaskedifIwasbusy.WDidyoutellherthetruththatyouwereillMNo.IliedthatIwenttoNewYorkonbusiness.Text5WOh,therereonlythirtyminutestogo.ImmeetingafriendinJamestownatten.ImafraidIllnevermakeitMImgoingintoJamestown.Illgiveyoualiftifyoulike.Text6WGeorge,wouldyoudothedishesafterdinnerMWhymeWhynotaskBettyWShellcleanthetable.MIhatedoingdishes.Itsboring.Idrathertakeouttherubbish.WYounaughtyboy.Text7WWeregoingtohaveapartyontheeveningofMay3rd,nextThursdayevening.MWhatfor,ifImayknowWTocelebratetheMay4thMovement.Wehavealsoinvitedsomefamouspeopletocometotheparty.MIsupposesomepopstarsorsportstarswillcome.WNo,Imeansomefamouswriterswillcome.MImverygladtohearthat.ThenwhatshallwebedoingWWell,welljustbesittingaroundafireandlisteningtothespeechesmadebythewinnersofthespeechcontest.MFine.Text8WItsSaturdaytomorrow.WelltakeJimout.WhereshallwegoMWell,howaboutgoingtothemuseum.WWhatkindofmuseumHistoryScienceArt第9页共9页MIlikehistorymuseums.Theyreinteresting.WOh,Henry.Historymuseumsareborin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