1．A 2．A 3．C 4．B 5．B 6．C 7．C 8．A 9．B 10．B
11．A 12．B 13．B 14．B 15．A 16．A 17．B 18．C 19．B 20．B
21．B 22．A 23．A 24．B 25．C 26．C 27．A 28．B 29．C 30．C
31．A 32．B 33．B 34．B 35．B 36．D 37．B 38．A 39．B 40．A
41．B 42．C 43．B 44．A 45．B 46．C 47．D 48．A 49．D 50．A
51．B 52．D 53．A 54．B 55．D 56．B 57．A 58．A 59．B 60．A
61．B 62．A 63．A 64．B 65．C 66．C 67．A 68．D 69．B 70．C
71．A 72．C 73．D 74．B 75．A
76．going→go 77．√ 78．Losing→Lost 79．去掉to 80．that→which 81．the→a
82．more→much 83．climb→climbed 84．by→with 85．done→doing
1．请求注意 2．举行报告 3．报告主讲 4．报告时间 5．报告地点
6．报告内容 7．提出要求 8．准时参加
三、 One possible Version
Boys and girls,
May I have (take)your attention, please. There will be a lecture at half past three on Friday afternoon. It’s about“Information and English Study”.And it will be given by Mr Li Ping who is a famous teacher from the English Department. There’s sure to be something instructive and interesting. We can get more information from it, I think. And it will improve our English studies to a new stage. Anyone who wants to attend it can come to Room 206. Take notes and have a discussion after it. Please come here on time.(Don’t be late!)
M: This maths problem is really hard.
W: Don’t worry. I’ll explain it to you.
M: Do you like to swim?
W: Yes, I’ve always enjoyed swimming. In fact, I’ve started swimming regularly.
M: Your husband looks great. Has he lost weight?
W: Yeah. Twenty pounds.
M: That’s great! What does he weigh now?
W: 160 pounds.
M: How tall is he?
W: Five feet.
M: Is your sister elder than you or younger?
W: She’s five years elder.
M: Do you have a lot in common?
W: Not really. Our interests are very different.
M: Excuse me, how do I get to the drugstore?
W: Go straight ahead on main street. As soon as you pass a big department store, turn left. It’ll be on your right near the bank.
M; What did you use to do before you came here?
W: I was marketing director at Lowell and White.
M: Oh, then you worked with Don Ford.
W: Yes. As a matter of fact, We are good friends.
M: Did you travel a lot for that job too?
W: Hardly ever. That’s something I love about this job. Of course I work harder now. I never worked late at the office on my old job.
W: I got a call from Mike last night.
M: Who’s that?
W: Don’t you remember? He’s the one who just got married.
M: Oh, right, the artist. What does his wife do again?
W: She is a nurse. Anyway, they’d like us to go to his parents’ house for dinner on Saturday.
M: We have theatre tickets for Saturday, don’t we? We’re going with Bob and Paul.
W: Oh, I completely forgot! I’d better call him back right now.
M: This is one of the finest museums I’ve ever been to, and I’ve been to a lot of museums.
It’sa shame Sandy couldn’t make it. We’ve seen so little of him this trip.
W: Well, he hasn’t been himself lately.
M: Is he still upset about the job?
W: Yes, he was really disappointed.
M: He can’t go on being depressed forever. He has to start looking for something else.
W: Oh, he has. Actually, there is one possibility, but he’s not too excited about it.
M: Why not? It’s not a good job?
W: Oh, no, it’s a great job-very similar to the one he didn’t get . It’s an even larger company, but it’s in Los Angeles. Sandy has a brother who lives there.
M: Does it look promising?
W: No, I really don’t think he’ll get it, and, well, I know this sounds selfish, but in a way I’m happy. I mean, Los Angeles in two thousand miles from here.
W: Hello. I’m calling about the apartment you advertised. Is it still available?
M: Yes, it is.
W: Could you tell me more about it?
M: Sure. There are three bedrooms and a bath. The living room’s pretty large-about eighteen by
twenty-three feet. The bedrooms and the kitchen are smaller. Oh, and there’s parking available. Do you have a car?
W: Yes, but I’d rather not drive to work. How close is it to public buses?
M: The Number 1 bus stop’s a block away.
W: Do you happen to know how often it runs during rush hours?
M: Every five minutes or so.
W: It sounds perfect. What floor is it on?
M: The first floor.
W: Hmmm…that’s a problem. I’d rather not live on the first floor.
M: Well, there’s all I have for the time being, but I will have another on the third floor in the near future.
W: How soon will it be available?
M: November 1st
W: Oh, well, I really can’t wait that long. But thanks anyway.
A study of people’s greatest fears was recently made in the United States. A team of researchers talked to 3000 people to find out what they were most afraid of. These are the results of the study. The highest number,41%, were afraid of speaking in front of a group. Heights frightened 32%. Most people, 22% were terrified of insects. Twenty-two percent were also afraid of deep water and money problem. The researchers were surprised to find that only 19% were afraid of illness and death. Eighteen percent admitted to fear of flying and 14% of loneliness. Fourteen percent couldn’t stand dogs, fewer people were frightened of driving or riding in a car in last only 9%. The dark and being in lifts terrified 8%. The last of fears mentioned was the fear of lifts: only 5% of them were afraid of these