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                                           第  I 卷

第一部分      听力(共两节,满分         30 分)

    做题时,先将答案标在试卷上。录音内容结束后,你将有两分钟时间将试卷上的答案转填到答题纸上。


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. Where did the man get the sandwich?

A. At the bakery.               B. In the supermarket.         C. At a convenience store.

2. What is the oil going to be used for?

A. Cooking food.                B. Cleaning something.         C. Painting something.

3. What does the woman like doing on Facebook?

A. Playing the game.            B. Watching videos.            C. Talking to her friends.

4. What does the woman suggest buying?

A. A new battery.               B. A new phone.                C. A new computer.

5. How does the woman sound?

A. Angry.                          B. Excited.                     C. Surprised.

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,

各小题将给出       5 秒钟的作答时间。每段对话或独白读两遍。

听下面一段对话,回答第           6、7  两个小题。

6. What does the woman want to know?

A. If the man is a member.

B. What classes are offered.

C. How much experience the man has.
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7. What class would the man like to take?

A. A dance class.               B. A cycling class.            C. A swimming class.

听下面一段对话,回答第           8、9  两个小题。

8. Who is the woman likely to be?

A. A reporter.                  B. A researcher.               C. A teacher.

9. What does the man hope will happen?

A. More schools will be built.

B. Everyone will attend college.

C. Children get an education for free.

听下面一段对话,回答第           10 至第  12 三个小题。

10. What does the man think of the woman’s question?

A. Strange.                     B. Interesting.                C. Rude.

11. Who did the woman have lunch with today?

A. The man.                     B. Her co-worker.              C. Her boss.

12. What does the woman mean in the end?

A. The man embarrassed her.

B. The man shouldn’t eat carrots.

C. The man had something stuck in his teeth.

听下面一段对话,回答第           13 至第  16 四个小题。

13. When does the speakers’ flight leave?

A. In one hour.                 B. In two hours.               C. In three hours.

14. What is the man worried about?

A. The parking fee is too high.

B. The parking lot is hard to find.

C. There’s no parking spot for them.

15. How much does airport parking cost a day?

A. $ 5.                         B. $ 10.                       C. $ 25.

16. How long are the speakers travelling?

A. For three days.              B. For four days.              C. For five days.

听下面一段独白,回答第           17 至第  20 三个小题。
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17. In what part of the country is the fire?

A. In the east.                 B. In the north.               C. In the southwest.

18. When did the fire get out of control?

A. In the morning.              B. In the afternoon.           C. In the evening.

19. Why did the fire grow larger?

A. The wind blew on it.

B. It joined another fire.

C. There weren’t enough firefighters.

20. What should the people of Waroona do according to the speaker?

A. Find a safe place.           B. Join the firefighters.      C. Protect their homes.

第二部分      阅读理解(共两节,满分           40 分)

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

     I wandered into the small store where I usually buy milk, when the store owner received a call from a customer. 

The customer and his wife had shopped there several months earlier. He noticed that his wife really liked one thing 

in the store, so he wanted to buy it as a surprise.

     But the customer was in Tennessee, far away from the store which was in Maine. What’s more, he had been to 

the store several months earlier, and it was difficult to believe that the store owner would remember him, or what he 

was looking for.

     The store owner took a few close-up photos with her camera, and e-mailed them to the customer on the 

computer. The customer looked at the photos, decided which one he wanted. They talked and discussed a price over 

the phone. She took care of the credit card transaction (交易) online, and promised the gift would be shipped out that 

afternoon.

     The store owner was really smart. She was willing to push herself to find new ways to make the transaction 

actually happen. And it did work. However, it was the first time she had ever done it.

     I was amazed that the store owner discovered a creative solution that could lead to a new way of doing business. 

I was impressed by what she did—so easily, but how difficult it is for many of us to make that leap(飞跃,跳跃). 

I’m not just talking about technology, but about learning how to adapt to change. Most people hate or fear change 
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unless they get to know exactly what change needs to be made. However, we should realize that challenge and 

opportunity go hand in hand.

21. According to the passage, which of the following is TRUE?

A. The gift was sent out by train that afternoon.

B. The customer had ever been to the store before.

C. The owner often did business by using her camera.

D. The owner and the customer discussed the price on the computer.

22. The author was impressed by the store owner because       .

A. she was always ready to help others

B. she told the writer how to run a store

C. she was a successful businesswoman

D. she managed to find a new way when facing change

23. What’s the correct order of the store owner’s solution?

a. taking a few close-up photos with her camera

b. taking care of the credit card transaction online

c. talking about the price of the gift with the customer

d. e-mailing the photos to the customer on the computer

A. abcd                 B. adcb                C. bcda                D. bacd

24. Which of the following words can best describe the store owner?

A. Honest.              B. Creative.           C. Confident.          D. Humorous.

                                             B

     According to the latest survey by the Asian Development Bank, Asian parents are spending billions of dollars 

on private tutors (家庭教师) for their children and the practice is growing despite doubts about its effectiveness.

     “Shadow education” is an expanding business not only in wealthy countries, but also in some of the region’s 

poorer nations as parents try to give their children the best start in life, the study saiD. Nearly nine out of 10 South 

Korean elementary pupils receive private tutoring, while the figure for primary school children in India’s West 

Bengal state stands at six out of 10.

     The study estimated that the costs of private tutoring in South Korea were equivalent (相等的) to 80 percent of 

government spending on public education. Japan spent $ 12 billion on extra teaching in 2011, while the figure for 

Singapore stood at US $ 680 million in 2009.
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     Extra academic work aims to help slow learners and support high achievers. Many Asian parents view it as a 

constructive way for adolescents (青少年) to spend their spare time. However, it can also reduce the students’ time 

for sports and other activities important for their overall development as well as cause social tensions as richer 

families are able to pay for better-quality tutoring, the study said.

     The study calls for a review of educational systems to make such extra teaching less attractive.

25. Why is “Shadow education” an expanding business?

A. Because parents want to spend their money.

B. Because children don’t want to go to school.

C. Because parents want their children to stay with teachers.

D. Because parents want to give their children the best start in life.

26. According to the article, what is the purpose of extra academic work?

A. To aid slow learners and support high achievers.

B. To prepare children for all kinds of academic contests.

C. To gain the most knowledge students can’t get in class.

D. To increase children’s hobbies and interests in many fields.

27. Which disadvantage of extra academic work is NOT mentioned?

A. Causing social tensions.

B. Spending more extra money.

C. Lacking the chance to communicate with others.

D. Reducing the students’ time for sports and other activities.

28. What is the text mainly about?

A. The government policy on educational systems.

B. How to provide the best education for children.

C. The importance for children’s overall development.

D. The reasons for the popularity of private tutors for children.

                                             C

     You may think that sailing is a difficult sport, but it is really not hard to learn it. You do not need to be strong. 

But you need to be quick. And you need to understand a few basic rules about the wind. First, you must ask yourself, 

“Where is the wind coming from? Is it coming from ahead or behind or from the side?” You must think about this all 

the time on the boat. The wind direction tells you what to do with the sail.
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     Let’s start with the wind blowing from behind. This means the wind and the boat are going in the same 

direction. Then you must always keep the sail outside the boat. It should be at a 90° angle (角度) the boat. Then it 

will catch the wind best.

     If the wind is blowing from the side, it is blowing across the boat In this case, you must keep the sail half way 

outside the boat. It should be at a 45° angle to the boat. It needs to be out far enough to catch the wind, but it 

shouldn’t flap (摆动). It shouldn’t look like a flag on a flagpole. If it is flapping, it is probably out too far, and the 

boat will slow down.

     Sailing into the wind is not possible. If you try, the sail will flap and the boat will stop. You may want to go in 

that direction. It is possible, but you can’t go in a straight line. You must go first in one direction and then in another. 

This is called tacking. When you are tacking, you must always keep the sail inside the boat.

29. What should you consider first while sailing?

A. Wave levels.                                B. Size of sails.

C. Sailors’ strength.                          D. Wind directions.

30. What does the word “It” underlined in Paragraph 4 refer to?

A. The boat.            B. The wind.           C. The sail.           D. The angle.

31. What do you have to do when sailing against the wind?

A. Tack the boat.                              B. Lower the sail.

C. Move in a straight line.                    D. Allow the sail to flap.

32. Where can you probably find the text?

A. In a physics textbook.                      B. In a tourist guidebook.

C. In a popular magazine.                      D. In an official report.

                                             D

     Icelanders have a beautiful tradition of giving books to each other on Christmas Eve and then spending the 

night reading. This custom is so deeply rooted in the culture that it is the reason for Christmas Book Flood, when the 

majority of books in Iceland are sold between September and December in preparation for Christmas giving.

     “Books get attention here.” Says Baldur Bjarnason, a researcher who has written about the Icelandic book 

industry.

     The small Nordic island, with a population of only 329,000 people, is extraordinarily literary (文学的). They 

love to read and write. According to a BBC article, “The country has more writers, more books published and more 
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books read, per head, than anywhere else in the world… One in 10 Icelanders will publish a book.”

     It seems there is more value placed on physical, paper books than in North America, where e-books have 

grown in popularity. One bookstore manager said, “The book in Iceland is such an enormous gift-you give a 

physical book. You don’t give e-books here.” The book industry is driven by the majority of people buying several 

books each year, rather than the North American pattern of a few people buying lots of books.

     It sounds like a wonderful tradition, perfect for a winter evening. It is something that I would love to 

incorporate (吸收) into my own family’s celebration of Christmas.

33. What do Icelanders do on Christmas Eve?

A. They give books to each other and read books.

B. They buy a lot of books to read.

C. They check the mailboxes and send cards to friends.

D. They get together and sing Christmas songs together.

34. How many people in Iceland can be described as writers?

A. 329,000              B. 32,900              C. 3,290               D. 3,290,000

35. What is the difference between Icelanders and North Americas on buying books?

A. People in Iceland never buy e-books.

B. People in North America never buy physical books.

C. A few people buy a large number of books in North America.

D. In Iceland, everyone buys a large number of books each year.

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。

     Why do people travel? There are many reasons one can think of when asked questions like this.

     To travel far enough to meet yourself

     Sometimes you find yourself in the middle of nowhere.   36   You find out your abilities. When you are 

offered a different lifestyle, you can find out what you are made of. The farther you go from your home, the nearer 

you come to your true self.

       37  

     If you look back at all the amazing memories of your life, you will realize that most of them were out of your 

comfort zone. Travelling is dangerous, full of life threatening possibilities and will not always be comfortable, but at 

the same time, it gives irreplaceable memories.
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     To slow down and relax

     A wise man once said that never get so busy making a living that you forget to make a life. Money is worth 

nothing if you cannot spend it on a little adventure. While we are deeply involved in making money, we forget that 

time is going through our fingers.   38   The feeling of being away from your workplace is pure happiness. The 

feeling of not having to worry about the never ending piles of files is pure joy.   39  

     To celebrate life

     Life is short and the world is wide. One day you might wake up and realize that you don’t have time to do 

everything that you have always wanted to do, anymore. Once in a while, make time to appreciate the fact that you 

are alive, young, free and healthy.   40  

     A. To become a storyteller

     B. Travelling lets you discover yourself

     C. To break through your comfort zone.

     D. So, go travelling to celebrate life itself.

     E. You can relate to the world and connect to others.

     F. And the feeling of being away from your boss for a few days is pure pleasure.

     G. Escape life for a little while because experience is far more valuable than money.

第三部分      语言知识运用(共两节,满分             45 分)

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。

     In America, in 1988, Samuel sent his son, Armand, to school. Samuel hugged the boy and looked him in the   

41  ,“Have a good day, and remember, I’ll always be there for you.”

     Hours later, a   42   earthquake happened. Samuel tried to discover what   43   to his son, but he couldn’t 

get any   44  , Samuel then headed for the   45  . When he reached the area, what he saw brought   46   to 

his eyes. Armand’s school was a pile of debris (残骸). Other parents were standing around   47  .

     Samuel found where Armand’s classroom   48   to be and began pulling a broken rock off the pile and put it 

to the side, and then grabbed another one.

     One of the parents looking   49   asked, “What are you doing?”

     “Digging for my son,” Samuel answered. The man then said, “You will make things   50  ! The building is 

unstable.” He tried to stop Samuel.
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     Samuel just kept   51  . As time went on, one by one, the other parents left.

     All through the night and into the next day, Samuel   52   digging. Parents placed flowers and pictures of 

their children on the ruins,   53   Samuel just kept doing. Suddenly, he   54   a faint cry. “Help! Help!” 

Samuel listened but didn’t hear anything again. Then he heard a muffled (闷声的) voice, “Papa?”

     Samuel began to dig   55  . At last, he could see his   56  . “Come on out, son!” he said with   57  .

     “No,” Armand said. “Let the other kids   58   first because I know you’ll get me.”

     All 14 children were alive. Samuel took his son in his arms and Armand said, “I told the other kids not to   59   

because you told me that you’d   60   be there for me.”

41. A. eye              B. ear                 C nose                 D. mouth

42. A. weak             B. rich                C. common              D. powerful

43. A. led              B. devoted             C. referred            D. happened

44. A. car              B. information         C. coat                D. trouble

45. A. bar              B. home                C. market              D. schoolyard

46. A. tears            B. smile               C. coffee              D. hands

47. A. crying           B. promising           C. talking             D. drinking

48. A. seen             B. used                C. wanted              D. responded

49. A. at               B. on                  C. after               D. down

50. A. better           B. bigger              C. worse               D. more

51. A. speaking         B. running             C. working             D. writing

52. A. stopped          B. taught              C. sang                D. continued

53. A. so               B. and                 C. but                 D. though

54. A. dug              B. took                C. heard               D. robbed

55. A. sadly            B. freely              C. happily             D. crazily

56. A. son              B. mother              C. father              D. friend

57. A. belief           B. relief              C. anger               D. excitement

58. A. put out          B. get out             C. take out            D. pick out

59. A. pay              B. waste               C. worry               D. glare

60. A. always           B. never               C. seldom              D. sometimes

                                           第Ⅱ卷

第三部分      语言知识运用(共两节,满分             45 分)
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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。

     If you are planning a vacation on the beaches of the Baltic Sea, in north Poland, you’d better buy or build   61   

(you) a space separator. The unique tool is clearly a must on those beaches, at least if you want to fit in with   62   

crowd.

     I was recently looking through Eastern-European pictures and news as I usually do,   63   I came across a 

collection of strange beach photos where everyone had a cloth wall surrounding their   64   (limit) space of sand. 

The cloth wall was everywhere, but I had never seen anything like it before.   65   (fortunate), except the title, 

“Polish Beach Introverts (性格内向的人),” there was no   66   (explain) as to why everybody was using it. So I 

did some research online. Finally, I found a Russian website talking about it.

     According to the website, beach separators   67   (be) a part of Polish beach-going culture for a very long 

time, but have recently been getting a lot of attention online, since foreign tourists   68   (take) a vacation at the 

Baltic Sea started posting photos of separator-covered beaches   69   the Internet Actually, beach separators 

weren’t designed to protect their users from prying (窥探的) eyes. It’s no secret that strong winds are very common 

on the beaches of the Baltic Sea, so the separators allow beach-goers   70   (enjoy) sunbathing without having 

their things blown off.

第四部分      写作(共两节,满分         35 分)

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。作文中共有                                       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:在缺词处加一个漏字符号(∧),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。

     There are various kind of theme parks in the world. Some parks are famous for having the biggest or long roller 

coasters. But the theme park you are probable most familiar with is Disneyland, at which can be found throughout 

the world. It can bring you into the magical world. No wonder tourism is increased wherever there is a Disneyland. 

Other theme park is Dollywood. Its main attraction is it’s culture. You can see beautiful bald eagles in the world’s 

largest bald eagle preserve. If you want experience the ancient days and great deeds of English knights and ladies, 
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princes and queens, you can go to Camelot Park. And there you can learn what people in ancient England ran their 

farms and took care of their animals.

第二节     书面表达(满分       25 分)

    假定你是育才中学高一学生李华,你的美国朋友                     Jim 在给你的信中提到他对中国新近出现的一种共享

单车“mobike”很感兴趣,并请你做个简要介绍。请你给                   Jim 回信,内容包括:

    1.这种单车的使用方法(如:APP          査看车辆、扫码开锁等);

    2.这种单车的优势;

    3.你对这种单车的看法。

    注意:

    1.词数  100 左右;

    2.开头和结尾已给出,不计入总词数。

    提示词:智能手机       smartphone, 二维码  the QR code

Dear Jim,

     I’m writing to    


                                                                                      Yours,

                                                                                      Li Hua
         福建省龙岩市           2016-2017    学年高一下学期教学质量检查(一)

                                      英语试题答案

听力

1〜5 CBABA 6〜10 ACABA 11〜15 CCBCC 16〜20 BCBAA

阅读理解

21〜24 BDBB 25〜28 DACD 29〜32 DCAC 33〜35 ABC

七选五

36〜40 BCGFD

完形填空

41〜45 ADDBD 46〜50 AABBC 51〜55 CDCCD 56〜60 ABBCA
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语法填空

61. yourself 62. the 63. when 64. limited 65. Unfortunately 66. explanation

67. have been 68. taking 69. on 70. to enjoy

改错

     There are various kind of theme parks in the world. Some parks are famous for having the biggest or long roller 

                   kinds                                                              longest

coasters. But the theme park you are probable most familiar with is Disneyland, at which can be found throughout 

                             probably                            删除 at

the world. It can bring you into the magical world. No wonder tourism is increased wherever there is a Disneyland. 

                         a                                 increasing

Other theme park is Dollywood. Its main attraction is it’s culture. You can see beautiful bald eagles in the world’s 

Another                                     its

largest bald eagle preserve. If you want ∧ experience the ancient days and great deeds of English knights and 

                                 to

ladies, princes and queens, you can go to Camelot Park. And there you can learn what people in ancient England ran 

                                                                 how

their farms and took care of their animals.

书面表达

One possible version:

Dear Jim,

     I’m writing to tell you more about the new form of sharing bike—mobike mentioned in your latest letter.

     It’s very convenient to use if you have a smartphone. What you do is to find a nearest mobike through the APP, 

scan the QR code on the bike, and enjoy your trip.

     Compared to other forms of sharing bike, the greatest advantage of mobike is that you can easily find one and 

never worry about where to park it. It is becoming a new trend as a means of transportation, which relieves the 

traffic pressure and does good to the environment as well.

     Hope to ride a mobike with you in China.

                                                                                      Yours,

                                                                                      Li Hua

英语考试听力录音原文
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Text 1

W: Wow, that sandwich is huge. Where did you get it?

M: I got it at a convenience store on Baker Street. (1)

W: Oh, I thought you bought it in the supermarket.

Text 2

M: Here’s your new desk! Because it’s all wood, you’ll have to take care of it very carefully. I suggest using a 

special oil to clean the wood. (2) You should wipe the desk down with it every week.

W: Thank you.

Text 3

W: Hey, have you been on Facebook lately?

M:  Yeah, I use Facebook every day. It’s an awesome social networking site. I have hundreds of friends on my 

account.

W: Wow, you’re pretty popular. I just like playing games on Facebook.(3)

Text 4

M: I need to replace my phone battery. How much is a new one?

W: Eighty dollars. You are probably better off buying a new phone. (4) You can get one for a hundred bucks.

Text 5

W: I have had enough of this. Nothing you can say will change my mind.

M: Just listen to me, please...

W: No, we are done talking. Take your things and leave. I don’t ever want to see you again! (5)

Text 6

W: Welcome to Gold’s Gym! Do you have a membership already, (6) or would you like to sign up for one?

M:  I’ve already joined. But I’m new here and would like to know more about the classes. Are there any on 

Wednesday afternoons?

W: Yes! We have three on that day. The cycling class is at 3:00 p. m. There is a dance class at 4:00 and another one 

at 5:00. Are you interested in any of those activities?

M: Not really. I’m just starting to work out,so I’d like something very easy,like a swimming class for beginners. 

(7)

Text 7

W: Mr. Mayor, what do you plan to do about education if you’re elected again? (8)
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M: Thank you for that excellent question, Sue Tarver. I can tell you’ve done your research. Education is my top 

focus. On this issue, I’m way ahead of the other people running for office. You see, we all need better learning. 

Children need better teachers. And adults need to go to college. My goal is for everyone in the state to have at least 

two years of college education. (9) Next question from the media? (8)

Text 8

W: Michael, can I ask you a question?

M: Sure? Bianca. What’s up?

W: If someone has something stuck in their teeth, should I say something to them?

M: What a strange question! (10)

W: I know... it’s just that I had lunch with my boss today, (11) and he had a big piece of food stuck in his teeth for 

most of the meal. I didn’t want to be rude,so I didn’t say anything. But I couldn’t even look at him because I 

thought I might laugh out loud.

M: Yeah, that’s a hard one. I think you did the right thing. Your boss would have been embarrassed. Now, if I had 

something stuck in my teeth, I’d want you to tell me. (12)

W: Well, now that you mention it... I’ll bet you had carrots for lunch. (12)

Text 9

W: Let’s leave for the airport now, honey. I want to have enough time to park the car.

M: But it’s only two o’clock. Our flight doesn’t leave in two hours, (13) and it only takes a few minutes to park the 

car at the airport.

W: I printed out a special discount parking card this morning. The only thing is that the parking lot isn’t right at the 

airport. It’s a few miles away.

M: So, how are we supposed to get to our flight after we park?

W: They have buses that travel from the parking lot to the airport and back every ten minutes.

M: What if there aren’t any parking spots left? (14)

W: I already made a reservation. We have a space waiting for us.

M: I don’t know. It sounds like a lot of work. I think I’d rather park at the airport. (15)

W:  All right. I guess you’d rather pay $ 25 a day instead of $ 5 a day. (15) And we’re only going for four days, 

anyway, so…(16)

Text 10

     A warning has been given to people living in the southwest part of Australia. (17) Officials are telling them 
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their lives and homes are in danger. A fire has spread out of control and people should leave immediately. (17) They 

should find a safe place because the fire is moving quickly. All homes in the town of Waroona are in danger. During 

the morning, firefighters worked hard to stop the fire or keep it from growing. But afternoon winds made the fire 

spread again. (18) (19) The fire is now ten times the size it was earlier in the day.

     Again, this is a very dangerous situation. Please do not think you can protect your home from the fire. Leave 

that to the professional firefighters. If you don’t know where to go, you can find a safe place to stay in Elton, the 

next town over. (20)
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