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The headmaster is on time for everything, and______________________(开幕式他怎么能迟到呢)?

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how can/could he be late for the opening ceremony

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第1题

Rangachari works at the Center for Policy Research, with the headmaster based in

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第2题

―Hello!Could I speak to the headmaster, please? ―___________________

A.Hold on, please.

B.That's the headmaster, please.

C.Who are you?

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第3题

Can I make a (an)_________ to see the headmaster?

A.date

B.apologize

C.apply

D.appointment

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第4题

The headmaster was very cruel to Andersen, often calling him stupid or lazy. Finally C
ollin arranged for him to study with a private tutor.英译汉

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第5题

A.The woman is the man's boss.B.The man is the woman's husband.C.The woman is the head

A.The woman is the man's boss.

B.The man is the woman's husband.

C.The woman is the headmaster of a school.

D.The woman wants to know something about a student.

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第6题

听力原文:M: Miss Hanson, thank you for sending me this note. I'm sorry to hear Mario is be
ing a problem.

W: I'm not sure what's happening to Mario. He's usually an excellent student. He completes all his work and he's quiet in class. Then, last month, he just changed.

Q: What can you infer from the conversation?

(19)

A.The woman is the man's boss.

B.The man is the woman's husband.

C.The woman is the headmaster of a school.

D.The woman wants to know something about a student.

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第7题

听力原文: Adrians "Amazing Race" started early when his parents realised that he, as a
baby, couldnt hear a thing, not even loud noises. In a special school for the hearing-impaired, he learned sign language and got to mix with other disabled children. However, the sight of all the disabled children communicating with one another upset his mother. She wanted him to lead a normal life. So after speaking to an advisor, she sent him to private classes where he learned to read lips and pronounce words. Later on, Adrians parents decided to send him to a regular school. But the headmaster tried to prevent them from doing so, saying regular schools couldnt take care of a special need student. His parents were determined to take the risk and pushed him hard to go through his work every day because they wanted to prove that, given the opportunity, he could do anything. Adrian made the grade and got accepted. It was a big challenge. The pace was faster so he had to sit at the front of the class and really pay attention to the teacher, which wasnt always easy. But he stuck to it and did a lot of extra work after school. The efforts made by Adrian and his parents paid off. Adrian graduated with good grades and got into a top high school. He also achieved a lot in life outside school. He developed a love for the outdoors and went to Nepal to climb mountains. He even entered the World Yacht Race 05/06 — being the first hearing-impaired Asian to do so. But none of these achievements would have been possible without one of the most important lessons from his mother. "If you believe in yourself and work hard, you can achieve great results," she often said. Questions 16 to 19 are based on the passage you have just heard. 16. How did Adrian communicate with other children in the special school? 17. Why did Adrians parents decide to send him to a regular school? 18. How did Adrian finally succeed in his study? 19. Why is Adrians life described as an "Amazing Race"?16.

A.They wanted him to live a normal life.

B.They wanted to prove the headmaster wrong.

C.He wouldn"t mix with other disabled children.

D.He wasn"t taken good care of in the special school.

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第8题

While I was waiting to enter university, I saw in a newspaper a teaching job wanted at
a school about ten miles from where I lived. Being very short of money and wanting to do something useful, I applied, fearing as I did so, that without a degree and with no __1__ of teaching my chances of getting the job were slight.

However, three days later, a letter arrived, calling me to Croydon for a meeting with the headmaster. It was clearly the headmaster himself __2__ open the door. He was short and round.

"The school," he said, "is made up of one class of twenty-four boys between seven and thirteen." I should have to teach all the subjects except art, which he taught himself. I should have to divide the class into three groups and teach them in turn at three different __3__. And I was disappointed at the thought of teaching maths, a subject at which I wasn't very good at school. Worse perhaps was the idea of __4__ to teach them on Saturday afternoon because most of my friends would be enjoying themselves at that time.

Before I had time to ask about my salary, he got up to his __5__. "Now," he said, "you'd better meet my wife. She is the one who really runs this school."

1)、A.that

B.experience

C.having

D.feet

E.levels

2)、A.that

B.experience

C.having

D.feet

E.levels

3)、A.that

B.experience

C.having

D.feet

E.levels

4)、A.that

B.experience

C.having

D.feet

E.levels

5)、A.that

B.experience

C.having

D.feet

E.levels

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第9题

My husband had just bought a new washing machine for me. I decided to use it and I washe
d a lot of things. Everything worked well, but I found one of my husband's socks missing. I looked everywhere for it, but I couldn't find it anywhere. The next morning, I got ready for school as usual. When the bell rang, the students came in. I greeted them first and then told them what we were going to do that day. When I turned around to write on the blackboard, the class broke out a roar! They laughed and laughed. They laughed so much, in fact, that I was afraid the headmaster would be into seeing all this. I asked the class to stop, but the more I talked, the more they laughed. I decided to pay no attention to them and I continued to write on the blackboard. When I did this, they roared even more. Finally, the teacher who had the room next to mine came in to see what all the laughter was about. When he came in, he started laughing, too! “Good heavens” I said. “Will someone please tell me what is so funny” “Oh, God, ”said the teacher. “You have a brown sock to the back of your skirt! ” So that's how I found my husband's missing sock. “Oh, well, ” I said to the class. “Let's just say you have had an unforgettable lesson on static (静止的) electricity. ”

21.The writer was a teacher. ()

22.When the writer turned around to write on the blackboard, the class began to laugh loudly. ()

23.She couldn't find one of her husband's socks, because her husband had taken it away. ()

24.The teacher from the next room laughed, because he found a sock on the back of the writer's skirt. ()

25.The students told her about the laughing.()

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第10题

听力原文:Adrian's "Amazing Race" started early when his parents realized that he, as a bab

听力原文: Adrian's "Amazing Race" started early when his parents realized that he, as a baby, couldn't hear a thing, not even loud noises. In a special school for the hearing-impaired, he learned sign language and got to mix with other disabled children. However, the sight of all the disabled children communicating with one another upset his mother. She wanted him to lead a normal life. (33) Then she sent him to private classes where he learned to read lips and pronounce words.

Later on, (34) Adrian's parents decided to send him to a regular school. But the headmaster said regular schools couldn't take care of a special needs student. His parents were determined to take the risk and pushed him hard to go through his work every day because they wanted to prove that, given the opportunity, he could do anything. Adrian made the grade and got accepted. It was a big challenge.

The pace was faster so he had to sit at the front of the class and really pay attention to the teacher, which wasn't always easy. But he stuck to it and did a lot of extra work after school.

The efforts made by Adrian and his parents paid off. Adrian graduated with good grades and got into a top high school. He also achieved a lot in life outside school. He developed a love for the outdoors and went to Nepal to climb mountains. He even entered the World Yacht Race—being the first hearing-impaired Asian to do so.

(35) But none of these achievements would have been possible without one of the most important lessons from his mother. "If you believe in yourself and work hard, you can achieve great results," she often said.

33.What did Adrian learn in private classes?

34.What was a big challenge for Adrian and his parents?

35.What greatly contributed to Adrian's achievements?

(30)

A.Reading lips and pronouncing words.

B.Learning sign language.

C.Communicating with the disabled.

D.Looking after himself.

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