江苏省苏州市2008届高三教学调研测试
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江苏省苏州市2008届高三教学调研测试        本试卷分第I(选择题)和第Ⅱ卷(非选择题)两部分。满分120分,考试时间120分钟。 I(选择题  85) 第一部分:听力(共两节,满分20) 第一节(5小题;每小题1分,满分5)     听下面5段对话。每段对话后有一个小题,从题中所给的ABC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 is the woman's plan for this weekend?     A. To get her car fixed.                    B. To help her son with the schoolwork.     C. To have a family get away. 2. Why is the man unhappy?     A. He was not told the news earlier.        B. He had to cancel the meeting.     C. He had to put off the meeting. 3. What is the man's view?     A. Information technology will replace teachers.     B. Information technology won't replace teachers.     C. Information technology will replace face-to-face communication. 4. What job does the woman want to do after graduation?     A. To be a lawyer.  B. To be a teacher.      C. To be a doctor. 5. Who enjoys armchair travelling?     A. The man's mother B. The man's father.     C. The woman's mother. 第二节(15小题;每小题1分,满分15)     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ABC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67题。 6. What are some people worried about?     A. China's large population.               B. China's ability to feed her people.     C. The difficulty China has. 7. What can China take pride in now?     A. The development in super rice.          B. The amount of good arable land.     C. The number of skilled farmers. 听第7段材料,回答第89题。 8. How did the teacher answer his student's question?     A. Directly.        B. Indirectly.         C. Angrily. 9. Which of the following is closest in meaning to the teacher's answer?     A. A bird in the hand is worth two in the bush.     B. More haste, less speed.     C. Two heads are better than one. 听第8段材料,回答第1012题。 10. What is the passage mainly about? A. Places where people go and have a great time. B. Places where people go and learn knowledge. C. Places where people go and shop around. 11. Where should he go if someone enjoys long walks?     A. A classical Suzhou garden.            B. Hyde Park.     C. World Waterpark. 12. Which of the following statements is False according to the passage?     A. It is safe to take adventures in Disneyland in California.     B. People may get very excited in World Waterpark in Canada.     C. There are mountains, forest and springs in Suzhou gardens.       听第9段材料,回答第1316题。 13. What does the woman do when she is introduced to a visitor?     A. She shakes the visitor's hand for a long time.     B. She gives the visitor akiss on the cheek.     C. She greets the visitor with a handshake. 14. What does the student do when he finds it difficult to answer the teacher's question?     A. He looks up.       B. He looks down.      C. He looks around. 15. What body language does the man use to the woman?        16. What does the man think is the most important thing people need to pay attention to?     A. How you sit and stand.               B. How you use your hands.     C. How you look at others.       听第10段材料,回答第1720题。 17. Where is the speaker from?     A. A small town well-known for its natural beauty.     B. A large city with many places of interest.     C. A small village where everyone knows everyone. 18. Where do many people in the speaker's home town work?     A. They work locally.     B. They work overseas.    C. They work in big cities. 19. What kind of life do people in the speaker's home town lead?     A. A busy life.           B. A hard life.            C. A relaxed life. 20. What is the speaker's home town rich in? A. Mineral resource B. Water resources.        C. Forest resources. 第二部分:英语知识运用(共两节,满分35) 第一节:单项填空(15小题;每小题1分,满分15)     请认真阅读下面各题,从题中所给的ABCD四个选项中,选出最佳选项。 21. I am not sure whether China will win ________ most medals in the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games. But it is certain that the world will have ________ better understanding of China afterwards. A. the;/           B. /;the                C. the; the          D. the; a 22. If ________ , give me a ring and I will do whatever I can to help.     A. in doubt       B. beyond doubt            C. without doubt     D. open to doubt 23. My daughter ________ long hours alone in her room, only coming downstairs for meals.     A. took to spend        B. was used to spend        C. took to spending         D. used to spending 24. He's always ________ and trying to impress his classmates.     A. showing off          B. showing up       C. making off               D. making up 25. An increase in the price of drugs has ________ the rising cost of medical care.     A. explained why        B. contributed to            C. resulted from            D. kept up 26. The main question ________ us at present is how to avoid job losses.     A. facing               B. faced            C. faces with               D. to face 27. --My car _________ twice this month.    --I'm sorry to hear that. A. has been broken in                       B. was broken in C. has been broken into                     D. was broken into 28. --Tom and Mary got married last month.    --Are you kidding? They have _________ in common. A. anything.       B. something        C. nothing          D. everything 29. But for these interruptions, the meeting _________ have finished earlier. A. should         B. would              C. will              D. must 30. --I hope you've read the instructions.    --Yes, of course _______. A. I did           B. I will                C. I do                D. I have 31. --Have you looked through the plan?    --Not yet. This plan is _________ careful consideration. A. short of      B. fond of            C. proud of         D. worthy of 32. Our goal is to build a harmonious society _________ all people are well educated, workers well paid, patients well treated, elders well tended, and families well accommodated. A. which          B. that                C. in which                 D. in that 33. --Journalists have to work very quickly in order to __________.    --I know. I like that. It's very challenging. A. meet their deadlines                      B. earn a high salary C. avoid being fired                         D. make both ends meet 34. We put tables and chairs out in the garden but it started to rain and all our efforts were ________. A. in vain         B. paying off          C. meaningless             D. failing 35. We missed our train, and _________ the next train was delayed, ________ we had to wait for two hours. A. on top of that; so                         B. as a result; then C. what was worse; however                D. because; therefore 第二节:完形填空(20小题;每小题1分,满分20)     请认真阅读下面短文,从短文后各题所给的(ABCD)四个选项中,选出最佳选项。 Prana, our beautiful dog whose name means “breath of life”, isn't with us anymore. But, she brought such joy and love into our lives that we still miss her. There are so many wonderful stories about the   36   in this dog, but my   37   is this one: It was an autumn day in Minnesota. But, the   38   didn't seem to know the difference between fall and winter.   39  , we were  40   with a big snow fall  41   which no one was prepared. We have two apple trees in our backyard. Prana loved apples. When she Went outside, she'd take hold of an apple, stick it far back in her  42  , and sneak it into the house to  43   for eating later. The apples had been on the ground and were often muddy so I wasn't always   44   that Prana had brought them into the house.    45   my disapproval, she would turn her head so I wouldn't see her hidden   46    It was our little   47    . On the day that it snowed too early in the season, Prana went outside and I   48   her from the window. I   49   that she was madly digging holes and   50   the apples to the surface so they could be seen   51    the snow. I wondered why she was doing this. She seemed to be completely    52   with some kin---d of important task to dig up as many apples as possible during her yard time. When I called her back into the house, she had her   53   one apple in her mouth. About five minutes later, I looked outside. The yard was Completely covered with   54   . Prana had dug up all those apples for her bird and squirrel friends to eat. She knew that they wouldn't have stored enough food to   55   such an early winter! 36. A. talent         B. emotion                  C. love             D. life 37. A. interest         B. favorite                  C. best             D. preference 38. A. year          B. forecast                 C. season                  D. weather 39. A. Naturally      B. Unexpectedly            C. Terribly                 D. Generally 40. A. hit                   B. covered          C. stuck            D. mined 41. A. at            B. by               C. for                D. in 42. A. tail             B. stomach                 C. mouth             D. ear 43. A. use           B. save             C. put              D. hide 44. A. happy         B. angry            C. worried          D. acceptable 45. A. Sensing       B. Wondering              C. Guessing                D. Finding 46. A. plan          B. fun              C. interest                  D. treasure 47. A. trick            B. game            C. play               D. magic 48. A. heard                B. saw                     C. watched           D. followed 49. A. noticed       B. understood              C. discovered              D. learnt 50. A. taking         B. bringing           C. carrying          D. fetching 51. A. in              B. off                C. above             D. beyond 52. A. absorbed      B. occupied                C. involved           D. filled 53. A. dirty           B. big                C. usual                    D. favorite 54. A. apples        B. snow              C. birds                    D. ice 55. A. struggle              B. survive                  C. challenge                D. face 第三部分:阅读理解(15小题;每小题2分,满分30)     请认真阅读下列短文,从短文后各题所给的(ABCD)四个选项中,选出最佳选项 A Maybelle said she wouldn't be coming with me to the library. I asked why, and she said she could get all the short stories she wanted off the Internet. Saved walking all the way to the library, and putting up with my long chat on the way there, and on the way back. Maybelle is very direct like that, always has been. "But, Maybelle, we've been walking to the library every' Monday for the last fifty years!" She said," Why don't you get Internet'? We can send each other emails." So I had to get Internet. I called the local high school. They said they'd send me a good student to tell me all about computers and such. Evil thing, this Internet. Makes you lose old friends, forces you to learn new complex ideas, even if you're too old. But Maybelle said you have to be modern; otherwise, you're dead. The kid came the next day. Tall skinny black kid, by tile name of Arsenius, said his work would cost me. I said, "All right. As long as I get Internet." "You need a computer, then you need to get hooked up," he said. "Let's buy a computer and get hooked up, then." "How much you want to spend?" "Whatever it takes." "How many rams you want?" I wasn't going to show him my ignorance, so I said, "Whatever it takes." "Let's go to the mall. You got a car?" "In the garage." When I opened the garage door, he gasped. Daddy's car is still there, a'57 Chevy. I never drive it. Walk everywhere. I said," Let's walk. It's only a mile or so." He said," Let's drive, or you will faint on me in this heat." "Young man, I don't faint, never have. We're walking." "I get paid by the hour," he said. "Walking will cost you a lot more. Also, you feel like carrying a computer a mile or so?" 56. What kind of person is Maybelle? A. She always says what she means in an honest way. B. She no longer likes reading in her old age. C. She doesn't want to be friends with the writer any mort. D. She doesn't want to keep up with the time. 57. Why does the writer want to have Internet at his place? A. Because the writer believes that one is never too old to learn. B. Because the writer thinks that it is better late than never. C. Because of the pressure from people of his age. D. Because of the convenience the Internet will bring. 58. Arsenius gives _________ reasons for driving to the mall. A. two            B. three              C. four               D. five B You can be proud of yourselves, even if you can only make one or two of these green changes. The goal here is to limit carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases, which are closely associated to the big problem of global-warming.
Strategy 1:  Bring your own cup to Starbucks
You'll get a 10-cent discount, and it's one less paper cup to end up in a dustbin The store won't create more waste when they throw away a cup
Strategy 2: Turn off your computer
When in standby mode, your PC is still using energy Turning off a monitor for 40 hours a week may only save $ 5 a month, but it reduces CO2 by 750 pounds
Strategy 3:  Reuse plastic bags
Instead of throwing away 100 billion plastic bags a year, try and get a second, third, or tenth use out of them. Better yet, next time you shop, try a reusable bag You're reducing pollution. The amount of oil it would take to make just 14 plastic bags would run your car for one mile
Strategy 4: Use recycled paper in the bathroom
Most of the toilet paper we use is made from  trees found in forests previously untouched by humans If every household replaced one roll of toilet paper with a recycled one,424,000trees would still be standing. Look for eco paper towels too
Strategy 5: Buy energy-efficient appliances(电器)
Replace the old fridge with an Energy Star appliance and you'll use 15 percent less energy. It might be a little expensive to buy, but  you'll save money on your electricity bills and help the environment If we all used one Energy Star appliance at home, it would be like planting 1.7 million acres of new trees
Strategy 6: Plant a tree
Adding green to your garden is beautiful and earth-pleasing Just one tree will help make cleaner air and save the environment from 5, 000 pounds of hot carbon dioxide each year
59. What is the best title for the passage? A. Strategies to Save Money                 B. Ways to be Earth-Friendly C. Strategies to End Global-Warming         D. Ways to Limit Carbon Dioxide 60. According to the writer, what will happen if our PC is switched off when not in use? A. It will help to save a large amount of money. B. It will help to reduce a great deal of CO2. C. It will save the amount of oil that runs your car for a mile. D. It will be like planting 1.7 million acres of new trees. 61. Which strategies suggest recycling or reuse of things? A. Strategies 1 & 3.                     B. Strategies 2 & 5. C. Strategies 3 & 6.                    D. Strategies 4 & 5. 62. What benefits do these strategies have in common? A. They all help reduce the use of energy like electricity. B. They all cut down the amount of the use of paper. C. They all result in producing less greenhouse gases. D. They all aid to preserve our trees and forest. C Honesty may well be the policy, but it often deserts us when no one is watching, psychologists report today. Experiments with an honesty box to collect payments for hot drinks show that people are better at paying up when under the gaze(注视) of a pair of eyes. The surprise was that the eyes were not real, but photographed. Researchers at Newcastle University set up the experiment in secret. They attached a poster to a cupboard of mugs above an-honesty box alongside a kettle ,with tea, coffee and milk. Over 10 weeks, they alternated each week between images of eyes and pictures of flowers. Dr. Bateson, a behavioral biologist and leader of the study, said that even though the eyes were not real they still seemed to make people behave more honestly. They effect may arise from behavioral characteristics that developed as early humans formed social groups that increased their chances of survival. Individuals had to co-operate for the good of the group, rather than act selfishly. "If nobody is watching us it is in our interests to behave selfishly. But when we think we're being watched we should behave better, so people see us as co-operative and behave the same way towards us, "Dr. Bateson said. "We thought we'd get a slight effect with eyes, but it was quite striking how much difference they made. Even at a subconscious(潜意识的) level, it seems people respond to eyes, and that might be because eyes send a strong biological signal we have evolved(进化) to respond to." The finding, which researchers believe sheds light on our evolutionary past, could be turned to practical use. The psychologists say images of eyes could promote ticket sales on public transport and improve monitor systems to prevent antisocial behavior. 63. This passage is mainly about _______________. A. the policy of honesty                 B. an honesty box to collect money C. evolution on honesty          D. an experiment on honesty 64. The reason for doing the experiment secretly is that the researchers _____________. A. wanted to get a comparatively more exact result B. had known they wanted to do something illegally C. meant to get the co-operation of their colleagues D. intended to sell the hot drinks at a higher price 65. People behave honestly under watchful gaze of eyes because _____________. A. they want to leave a good impression      B. they fear to be laughed at by others C. they've got the nature through evolution D. they take the photo for a real pair of eyes 66. The underlined phrase" sheds light on" in the last paragraph means _____. A. causes somebody to become cheerful   B. makes something easier to understand C. comes upon something by accident       D. brings something into the broad daylight D Kuss Middle School serves students in Fall River, Mass. , a former mill town that has struggled economically for decades. Students at Kuss have struggled, too, usually falling short of making the academic progress required under the No Child Left Behind law. Then, last year, the school experimented with extending the school day. Teachers got paid at a higher hourly rate. Students weren't thrilled at first with leaving school at 4:15 p.m. instead of at 2:20 p.m. But the added hours gave them more time for physical education and let them select special interest classes. By the end of the year, student scores had risen by enough to enable Kuss to make the progress required under the federal No Child Left Behind law. The only surprise is that more districts haven't lengthened school schedules set decades ago to accommodate (适应) a farm economy rather the information economy of today.
School days The USA ranks 36th of 40 industrialized nations in average weekly instructional time. Selected countries: 1) Thailand--30.5 hours  2) Korea--30.3 hours  7) China--26.5 hours 14) France--24.6 hours  15 ) UK--24.6 hours 16) Mexico--24.2 hours  23 ) Japan--23.8 hours 26)Canada--23.6 hours  36)USA--22.2 hours  40)Brazil--19 hours
New research suggests the time is ready for a change: Matched against 39 other developed countries, the United States is near the bottom in the rankings of average weekly instructional time in school.  Measured over 12 years, students in the top-scoring countries spend the equivalent of a full extra year in school. US students perform poorly on math and science tests compared to their international peers, according to a US Education Department comparison released earlier this month. In math, American 15-year-old scored near the bottom among the study's 30 developed countries. Most countries that boost the number of minutes spent on math instruction find pay offs in improved math scores, according to a study released this month by the Brookings Institution. Small in creases in the school day are more effective than a longer school year, the report concluded. The most encouraging news about the benefits of extending the school day comes from Massachusetts, where an experiment with 10 schools, including Kuss, appears to be working. Those 10 schools lengthened their instructional days by 25% and boosted their state scores in math, English and science at all grades. Perhaps the concept won't work everywhere. Certainly, it won't instantly be popular. But it's obvious that a problem exists or that adding class time seems to help. 67. What is the main idea of the above passage? A. Experiments with extended school hours produce academic gains. B. Kuss Middle School sets a good example for US education. C. Academic progress has achieved under the No Child Left Behind law. D. Information age calls for more instructional lime at all schools. 68. A longer school day is suggested for the following reasons except that _________. A. students from many developed countries spend more time at school B. American students do a bad job at science subjects C. teachers are paid at a higher rate with time added D. a longer school day works better than a longer school year 69. Which statement is true of Kuss Middle School? A. Kuss Middle School lies in where a farm economy is changing to an information one. B. Kuss Middle school has joined the federal "No Child Left Behind" progrann C. Neither teachers nor students are happy with the longer school day. D. Adding class time functions at Kuss Middle School. 70. The writer has expressed ____________. A. a positive attitude towards adding school time B. a negative attitude towards adding school time C. a changing attitude towards adding school time D. a right attitude towards adding school time 第Ⅱ卷(非选择题  35) 第四部分:写作(共两节,满分35) 第一节:任务型阅读(10小题;每小题1分,满分10)     请认真阅读下列短文,并根据所读内容在文章后表格的空格处里填人最恰当的单词。     注意:每个空格填1个单词。 Searching for the truth Collecting mid writing news is like researching in history: the best information comes from those who were there at the time. So if' we want to study tile history of China in the sixth century AD, we look at the writings of the people who lived then. They are called the primary sources because they tell us what it was like to live then. People at a much later date who write about the same events are called the secondary sources.  For example, when we read the original writings of Jia Sixie on agriculture, we are reading a primary source; when we read about Jia Sixie in our textbook we are reading secondary source because the passage was written about him and his ideas many years after he died. When we make news we use primary and secondary sources. We can see this most clearly in TV programmes. As we watch the news on TV, the person presenting the programme in the studio is the secondary source( because he tells us about the news) and the reporter in. Iraq or Washington is the primary source (because he is telling us about what is actually happening there). Without these reporters acting as primary sources, you would never find out what really happened in a war, earthquake, sports meeting, concert or festival. These reporters explain what is happening so we have a clearer idea of what is going on there. They often take photographers with them who act as primary source by giving pictures of events. In a newspaper the position is different because these two roles are often combined. This means a reporter who investigates a story may be the same person who writes it. If this happens, the reporter is both the primary and the secondary source. But the photographer who works with him/her is still a primary, source. One of the reasons that it is important to separate primary and secondary sources is that they help us to decide what is a fact and what is an opinion. A fact is something that everybody agrees has happened. An opinion is somebody's idea of what happened. So facts and opinions are often mixed in any report, whether in a newspaper or on TV.

What have you learnt from the above passage?

Primary Source Primary sources are the writing of' the people who lived at (71)___________ time and offer an inside view of a particular event
Secondary source Secondary sources are the writings of the people who write about the same events at a much later date with explanation and analysis (72)_________ on primary sources
News on TV The TV (73)__________ in the studio is tile secondary source while the reporter on the (74) ____________ is the primary source
News in a newspaper A newspaper reporter can be both primary and secondary source if he collects the information anti then (75) ______________ the news.  But the photographer(76) ___________ with the reporter is always a primary source
Fact A fact is something that everybody agrees has happened. In other (77)____________, it is something that is (78) ________________
Opinion An opinion is somebody's idea of what (79)________________on
Conclusion Primary and secondary sources are both important for (80)_______ the truth
第二节:书面表达(满分25)     春节即将来临,你打算用以往攒下的压岁钱给父母买一件礼物。     请以A present for my parents为题写篇文章。     该文章必须包括以下内容:     1.你送的礼物:张健康俱乐部的贵宾卡;     2.你父母亲的现状:父亲是教师,工作很辛苦;母亲喜欢读书,但缺乏运动;     3.你送该礼物的原因;     4.该礼物对他们可能产生的影响和带来的变化。     注意:     1.文章应包括以上所有信息,要有适当发挥。 2.问数:150左右。文章的开头已经写好,不计人总词数。 A present for my parents The Spring Festival is coming and I want to give my parents a present.
江苏省苏州市2008届高三教学调研测试 英语参考答案及听力材料 参考答案 听力 15  AABBC    610  BABAA    1115  BCCBC  1620  CACCA 单项填空 2125  DACAB    2630  ACCBD    3135  DCAAA 完形填空 3640  CBDBA    4145  CCBAA    4650  DBCAB  5155  CBCCB 阅读理解 5660 ACBBB    6165  ACDAC    6670  BACDA 任务型阅读 71thatthe      72  based    73presenter         74scene/spot    75writes    76working    77Words          78true             79went            80discovering A present for my parents The Spring Festival is coming and I want to give my parents a present. That is a VIP card of a health club. My father works hard as a teacher, spending most of his time at school. My mother and I sometimes accompany him in his office till a late hour. So I know that my father works with great effort. My mother loves reading and often dives into piles of books. But she seldom does exercise. As I grow up, they are getting older. Both of them should exercise more but neither is doing enough. With the health club membership, I hope that they will find time to do more exercise. I want to give them this present to express my love and thanks to them. I think that they will relax in the health club and make more friends. At the same time, I hope with more exercise, they will enjoy better health. What's more, they could spend more time with each other together. 听力材料 Text 1 M: Why can't we go away this weekend? W: First, I'm busy this weekend. I need to get my car fixed. Second, you have a lot of schoolwork to do. And third, we're planning to go away next weekend. Text 2 W: The meeting has been called off. M: That's news to me. They should have told me earlier. W: Don't be angry about it. There must be some reason. Text 3 W: Do you think information technology will replace teachers in 20 years? M: I don't think so. Teachers will surely use information technology in their teaching. But nothing can replace face-to-face communication. Text 4 M: I think I'd like to be a lawyer after graduation as the job sounds interesting. How about you? W: I wouldn't want to be a-lawyer. I prefer to be a teacher though my parents expect me to be a doctor. Text 5 M: Does your mother like travelling? W: Yes, she does. But she is an armchair traveller. She says that with books, magazines, TV and the Internet, she can go anywhere, and still enjoy the comforts of home! M: That's interesting. My mother prefers to travel with a tour group while my father enjoys traveling alone. Text 6 W: Some people are concerned that China may have difficulty feeding so many of her people. M: That's understandable. But they don't have to. W: Why? M: With our progress in super rice, we can now proudly announce to the world that China will be able  to feed 22% of the world population on only 7% of the world's total arable land. W: That's amazing. By the way, what does "arable land" mean? M: Well, arable land means land that is suitable for growing crops. Text 7 W: Have you heard the story “Chasing Two Rabbits” ? M: Not yet. What's it about? W: In the story, a martial arts student said to his teacher, "I want to improve my knowledge of martial arts. In addition to learning from you, I would like to study another style with a different teacher. What do you think about this?" M: What did his teacher say? W: His teacher answered, "The hunter who chases two rabbits at the same time catches neither one." M: That's a very good reply. Text 8       Many people in the world enjoy going to parks, where they can have fun, observe nature and relax. The classical gardens in Suzhou are usually small but beautifully made. One inside, you will find natural beauty everywhere and at the same time feel the charm of mountains, forest and springs. Hyde Park, a Royal park in London, is huge in size, compared to the gardens in Suzhou. Surrounded by the natural green, you feel fresh, free of mind and happy of heart. World Waterpark in Canada is an amusement park, which is for visitors to take an active part in a variety of water activities. It is said to be the world's largest indoor wave pool where the weather is great every day of the year. When you are there, you will get wet, go wild and feel wonderful. Disneyland in California is one of the world's first theme parks. Visitors can feel safe to take adventures, experience the fun of getting involved and forget the reality in Fantasyland. Text 9 W: What is body language, Sir? M: Body language is the movement of our body, which tells others how we think and feel. W: Can you give me some examples? M: Sure. Tell me what you usually do when you are introduced to a visitor. W: I say hello to the visitor and then we shake hands, M: Good. When you shake hands, you use body language to greet each other. When a teacher puts his index finger in front of his mouth, what does he want to tell the class? W: He wants the class to be quiet. M: That's right. When the teacher raises a question, one of the students lowers his head. W: I know that. He wants to tell the teacher not to ask him to answer the question. M: Excellent. Do you notice what I do at the same time? W: You raise your thumb with a close fist. M: Yes. I give you the thumbs up to let you know that you have done a good job. W: Thank you. M: Well, body language is more than hand or head movements. How you sit or stand usually tells others whether you are calm or nervous, relaxed or, uneasy, comfortable of uncomfortable. W: That's interesting. There is a lot to learn about body language. M: Exactly. One thing I must mention is eye contact. Eyes are the window to the soul. So eye contact is the most important thing you need to pay attention to. Keeping good eye contact shows respect and interest in what the listener is saying. Don't be shy of keeping eye contact. It will give people a feeling of comfort and warmth. On the other hand, it suggests that you are positive, open and confident. W: Thank you so much for telling me all that. I will pay more attention to my own body language and notice other people's as well. M: You're welcome. Text 10 Ladies and gentlemen, Welcome. Now let me introduce my home town to you. I hope you will enjoy the beautiful countryside with me as you guide. My home town is a very ordinary place, no different from any other small town in the area. There are about two thousand people living here, many of whom go to the big cities to do odd jobs. What then makes this place a famous resort? You can find the answer in the beautiful scenery in the country-side. It is a place where you can see many tall trees, where wide roads run alongside big farms, and where a big river flows. You can see a lot of ducks on the river's white sheet of water which opens out into a big bay by the sea. Every morning, we jog, enjoy the fresh air and meet our neighbors on the roads. People who are fond of walking their pets will also be found along the roads in the morning, often in groups, talking pleasantly to their friends and neighbors. You eau also see people involved in other recreation activities such as playing badminton, dancing and flying kites. Besides these, some experts say there are many valuable minerals under the ground. They predict if some day we begin to mine our countryside, we will become richer and richer by exporting the minerals to other countries. I think many countries are bound to begin using these minerals soon.

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