I. Listg Comprsion
Directions: Section A, you will hear t short conversations bet two speakers. At the d of each conversation, a question will be asked about what was said. The conversations d the questions will be spo only once. After you hear a conversation d the question about it, read the four possible swers on your paper, d decide which one is the best swer to the question you have heard.
1. A. patt. B. Confused. C. Pleased. D. Regretful.
2. A. At a bus stop. B. At a laundry. C. At the tist's. D. At the ist's.
3. A. actor. B. A sales. C. A trslator. D. A writer.
4. A. He lost his classmate's homework. B. He 't help the wo with her math.
C. He broke the wo's calculator. D. He doesn't ow where the "on" button is.
5. A. The wo should go to other counter.
B. The wo gives the so y choices.
C. The dislikes the sdwiches offered there.
D. The is havg trouble g what to eat.
6. A. She has no idea where to d the 's ex result.
B. She isn't allowed to tell stuts their grades.
C. Dr. White hasn't ished grg the papers.
D. Dr. White doesn't t to be contacted while he's away.
7. A. Move to a neat dormitory. B. d a person to share their apartt.
C. the room with the rooate. D. Write article about their rooate.
8. A. Bob won't take her advice.
B. Bob doesn't t to go abroad.
C. She doesn't tk Bob should study overseas.
D. She hasn't talked to Bob sce he t abroad.
9. A. The snack bar isn't usually so pty. B. Dessert is served the snack bar.
C. The snack bar is near the library. D. Snacks ar't allowed the library.
10. A. Take her bicycle to the repair shop. B. Leave her bicycle outside.
C. the garage after the r stops. D. Check if the garage is dry.
Directions: Section B, you will hear two short passages, d you will be asked three questions on each of the passages. The passages will be read twice, but the questions will be spo only once. you hear a question, read the four possible swers on your paper d decide which one would be the best swer to the question you have heard.
Questions 11 through 13 are based on the follog passage.
11. A. It helps care for customers' dogs. B. You have to buy food for dogs.
C. None of the dogs are caged. D. There is a dog ned Prcess.
12. A. She likes the food there. B. She joys the fun with a pet.
C. She have free coffee. D. She doesn't like to be alone.
13. A. A new d of café. B. A new brd of coffee.
C. A new home for pets. D. A new way to raise pets.
Questions 14 through 16 are based on the follog passage.
14. A. A trd that high achievers are giv lower salary.
B. A view that life quality is more portt t pay.
C. A dr of the young for fast-paced jobs.
D. A new term created by high achievers.
15. A. 10%. B. 12%. C. 6% D. 7%.
16. A. People are less satisfied with their lives. B. The cial vestt may crease.
C. Well-paid jobs are not easy to d. D. Unexpected pros may arise.
Directions: Section C, you will hear two longer conversations. The conversations will be read twice. After you hear each conversation, you are required to fill the numbered ks with the formation you have heard. Write your swers on your swer sheet.
ks 17 through 20 are based on the follog conversation.
Complete the form. Write ONE WORD for each swer.
Account No.: 17
Service Request: Check the 18
Solution: Sd other 19 (2 p. on 20 )
ks 21 through 24 are based on the follog conversation.
Complete the form. Write NO MORE T THREE WORDS for each swer.
what way are these bers special?
They are all 21 .
Why did they choose to conquer Mount jaro?
To prove 22 .
What did they do te of difficulty?
They persevered, 23 each other.
How did they record their advture?
By keepg 24 .
II. Grmar d Vocabulary
Directions: After rg the passages below, fill the ks to make the passages cohert d grmatically correct. For the ks with a giv word, fill each k with the proper form of the giv word; for the other ks, use one word that best fits each k.
Gift from a strger
My local supermarket is always busy. The first parg space I found was convt, but I'd noticed a wo a blue car cirg for a while. (25) _________ I was a good mood, I let her have it. On the edge of the car park I backed to the next available spot-it was a tight fit.
Pretty soon I'd made my way through the supermarket d was back the fresh air. g good, I (26)________ (pty) my purse ge to the ds of a homeless d helped a strug wo reverse park.
Just as I approached my car, I saw the wo I'd let have my car spot earlier. She was givg me (27) _____ odd look-half puzzled, half tt (热切的). I smiled d wished her a pleast day. As I squeezed back to my car, I saw the se lady (28) _____ (look) at me. "Hello," she said, hesittly. "This (29) ______ sound crazy but I was on my way to drop some of my mother's tgs off at the charity s. You are just so much (30) ____________ her. You helped those people, I noticed, d you sed so happy." She looked at me gfully d passed a box through the dow. "I tk she would like you to have it." (31) _________ (shock), I took it from her automatically. She smiled d walked away.
After a pause, I oped the box. side was a beautiful gold necklace with a large grey pearl. It was (32) __________ (nice) gift I'd ever received, d it was from a complete strger. The necklace was around my neck, a warm rder of hu ess.
Ask Helpful nah
Dear Helpful nah,
I've got a pro with my husd, S. He bought a smartphone a couple of months ago d he took it on our rt ski vacation to Colorado. It was a great trip except for one pro. He has a constt urge (33) _______ (check) for text messages; he checks his phone every five utes! He's so addicted to it that he just 't std the idea (34) ________ there may be portt text. He 't help g ev at appropriate tes like we are eatg a restaurt d I tg to ! He behaves (35) ________ ________ y small ount of boredom make feel the need to check his phone ev he ows he shou't. The tptation to see (36) ___________ is contactg is just too great. I ask to please put down the phone d stop (37)___________ (ore) me, he says, " a ute," but still checks to see if (38) _________ has posted sometg new on the ternet. Our life (39) ____________ (terrupt). If we go somewhere d I ask to leave the phone at home, he suffers from withdrawal symptoms. Maybe this depcy on his smartphone has become more t everyday pro.
I rtly read article about "nomophobia," (40) __________ is a real ess people suffer from: the fear of g without your phone! I worried that S may be sufferg from this ess because he feels xious if he doesn't have his phone with , ev for a short te.
Who would have thought that little devices like these could have brought so much trouble!
Sick d Tired Sadie
Directions: Complete the follog passage by usg the words the box. Each word only be used once. Note that there is one word more t you need.
Considerg how much te people spd offices, it is portt that work spaces be well desed. Well-desed office spaces help create a cooperation's age. They motivate workers d they make pression on people who visit d might be pottial, or __41__, customers. They make busesses work better, d they are a part of the corporate culture we live .
As we move away from dustrial-based economy to a owledge-based one, office desers have come up with __42__ to the traditional work vironts of the past. The des dustry has moved away from a fixed office setup d created more flexible "strategic t vironts." These __43__ solutions are t to support better orizational perforces.
As ployee hierarchies (等级制度) have flatted, or decreased, office desers' response to this ge has to move op-p areas to more desirable locations wit the office d create fewer formal private offices. The need for creased flexibility has also __44__ by ges workstation des. Offices d work spaces oft are not __45__ to a giv person on a pert basis. Because of ges to methods of worg, new dess allow for expsion or movt of desks, storage, d equipt wit the workstation. other portt des goal is counication, which desers have proved by lowerg the walls that __46__ workstations. Desers have also created formal gatherg places, d upgraded ployees' __47__ to heavily trafficked areas such as copy d coffee rooms.
Corporate d stitutional office desers oft struggle to resolve a number of competg d oft __48__ ds, clug budgetary its, ployee hierarchies, d tological novation (especially relation to computerization). These ds must also be ced with the need to create teriors (内饰) that some way ce, establish, or promote a compy's age d will able ployees to __49__ at their best.
All these __50__ of office des are related. The most successful office dess are like a good marriage-the well-desed office d the ployees that occupy it are sgly made for each other.
III. Rg Comprsion
Directions: For each k the follog passage there are four words or phrases marked A, B, C d D. Fill each k with the word or phrase that best fits the context.
If you studied pictures that t people left on rock walls d you tried to detere their g, you would not detect a deep terest roce ong the artists. 51 , you would see pty of als with people runng after t. Life for t people sed to ter on huntg d gatherg wild foods for meals.
modern tes, food is available grocery stores, g love is more 52 to people's lives. The 53 is all around us. It is easy to prepare a list of modern stories havg to do with love. dless number of books d movies qualify as love stories popular culture.
Researchers are studyg whether love, a highly valued otional state, be 54 . They ask, what is love? Toothpaste compies t us to tk attraction is all about teeth, but teeth go only so far. Stists wonder how much the br gets volved. You have probably heard that opposites attract but that 55 attract, too. One tg is cert: The truth about love is not yet set stone.
To help detere the 56 of attraction, researchers paired 164 college classmates d had t talk for 3, 6 or 10 utes so they could get a sse of each other's dividuality. T stuts were asked to 57 what d of relationship they were likely to build with their partners. After ne weeks, they reported what happed.
As it turned out, their 58 juts oft held true. Stuts sed to 59 at early stage who would best fit to their lives.
The 60 ows
Stists have also turned to nonhus to crease understg of attraction. y als give off pheromonesatural icals that be detected by, d t produce a response , other als of the se species. Pheromones sal that al is either ready to fight or is g 61 to partnerships. contrast, hus do not s to be as 62 as other als at detectg such icals. Smell, however, does s to play a part hu attraction. Although we may not be aware of icals like pheromones consciously, we give d receive loads of formation through smell every teraction with other people.
g fond of someone ss to have a number of factors, clug sg sometg we d attractive. Researchers had people judge faces for 63 . The participts had 0.013 seconds to view each face, yet somehow they erally considered the ages the se as people who had more te to study the se faces. The way we 64 attractivess ss to be somewhat automatic.
shown attractive face d t words with good or bad associations, people responded to 65 words faster after vieg attractive face. Sg sometg attractive ss to cause happy tg.
51. A. stead B. Therefore C. Moreover D. Otherwise
52. A. rotic B. stressful C. tral D. eficial
53. A. priority B. proof C. possibility D. prciple
54. A. tested B. posed C. ged D. created
55. A. appearces B. virtues C. silarities D. passions
56. A. illustrations B. plications C. grts D. ttions
57. A. predict B. vestigate C. ose D. recall
58. A. critical B. itial C. rdom D. mature
59. A. orize B. distguish C. negotiate D. question
60. A. Nose B. Eye C. Heart D. d
61. A. op B. alert C. resistt D. superior
62. A. disappoted B. azed C. confused D. gifted
63. A. otions B. attractivess C. dividuality D. sals
64. A. ce B. possess C. t D. asses
65. A. iliar B. p C. positive D. sultg
Directions: Read the follog three passages. Each passage is followed by several questions or unished statts. For each of t there are four choices marked A, B, C d D. Choose the one that fits best accorg to the formation giv the passage you have just read.
Look to y of history's cultural symbols, d there you'll d cestor of Frosty, the sno the movie Froz. It appeared on some of the first postcards, starred some of the earliest st movies, d was the subject of a couple of the earliest photos, datg all the way back to the 1800s. I discovered ev more about one of huity's earliest forms of folk art durg several years of research around the world.
For exple, sno were a poon the Middle Ages, built with great skill d thought. At a te of ited s of expression, snow was like free art supplies dropped from the sky. It was a popular activity for couples to leisurely walk through town to view the tporary works of chilly art. Some were created by ous artists, clug a 19-year-old gelo, who 1494 was appoted by the ruler of Florce, Italy, to build a sno his sion's courtyard.
The Miracle of 1511 took place durg six freezg weeks called the ter of Death. The city of Brussels was covered sno pressive se that told stories on every street corner. Some were political nature, criticizg the church d governt. Some were a reflection of people's ation. For the people of Brussels, this was a g mot of artistic freedom. At least until sprg arrived, by which te they were g with g floods.
If you fear the heyday of the sno has passed, don't worry: I've learned that some explosive sno history is still g made today. Every year sce 1818, the people of Zurich, Switzerd, celebrate the ng of sprg by blog up a sno. On the third Monday of April, the holiday Sechsel?ut is kicked off a cotton sno called the B??gg is stuffed with explosive d paraded through town by bakers d other trades who throw bread to the crowds. The parade ds with the B??gg g placed on a 40-foot pile of firewood. After the bells of the Church of St. Peter have rung six tes, represtg the passg of ter, the pile is lit. the sno explodes, ter is considered officially over-the quicker it is burnt down, the longer suer is said to be.
66. Accorg to the passage, why did sno become a poon the Middle Ages?
A. People thought of snow as holy art supplies.
B. People longed to see masterpieces of snow.
C. Bug sno was a way for people to express tselves.
D. Bug sno helped people develop their skill d thought.
67. "The heyday of the sno" (Paragraph 4) s the te _____.
A. sno were made ly by artists B. sno joyed great popularity
C. sno were politically criticized D. sno caused g floods
68. Zurich, the blog up of the B??gg symbolizes _____.
A. the start of the parade B. the cog of a longer suer
C. the passg of the ter D. the success of trades
69. What be concluded about sno from the passage?
A. They were appreciated history. B. They have lost their value.
C. They were related to movies. D. They vary shape d size.
70. the review, what is Paragraph A ly about?
A. The troduction to the g roles. B. The writer's opion of actg.
C. The writer's cots on the story. D. The background formation.
71. Accorg to the review, "the monster" (Paragraph B) refers to _____.
A. a gun-crazy hunter B. a bry dog C. a scary rabbit D. a t vegetable
72. Which of the follog is a reason why the writer recods the ?
A. It's full of wit d humour.
B. Its characters show gs without words.
C. It is advture directed by Peter Sallis.
D. It is about the harmony bet d als.
One of the executives gathered at the Asp stitute for a day-long leadership workshop usg the works of Shakespeare was discussg the role of Brutus the death of Julius Caesar. "Brutus was not honorable ," he said. "He was a traitor (叛徒). d he murdered someone cold blood." The agrt was that Brutus had acted with cruelty other options were available to . He made a bad decision, they said-at least as it was prested by Shakespeare-to take the lead murderg Julius Caesar. d though one of the executives owledged that Brutus had the good of the republic d, Caesar was nevertheless his superior. "You have to understd," the executives said, "our policy is to obey the of cod."
Durg the last few years, busess executives d book writers loog for a new way to advise corporate erica have exploitg Shakespeare's wisdom for profitable ds. None more so t husd d wife t neth d Carol , own advisers to the White House, who started up a trg compy called "Movers d Shakespeares". They are ateur Shakespeare scholars d Shakespeare lovers, d they have coed their passion d their high level contacts to a t trg busess. They conduct bet 30 d 40 workshops nually, focusg on half a doz differt plays, mostly for corporations, but also for governt cies.
The workshops all take the se form, focusg on a sgle play as a d of case study, d usg dividual ses as specific lessons. Julius Caesar , for exple, Caesar's sly provocation (狡诈的挑唆) of Brutus to take up arms st Caesar was the basis for a discussion of methods of t bug d grass roots orisg.
Although neither of the s is ically tred literature, the progrmes cont pty of Shakespeare tradition d background. Their workshop on ry V, for exple, cludes a helpful expation of ry's ng strategy at the Battle of court. But they do come to the text with a few biases (偏向): their rg of ry V ises his misuse of power. stead, they phasize the story of the youth who seizes opportunity d becomes a masterful leader. d at the workshop on Caesar, Mr. had little good to say about Brutus, sayg "the noblest Ro of t all" cou't make his d up about tgs.
y of the participts poted to very specific ts the play that they felt to be related. Caesar's pride, which led to his murder, d Brutus's mistakes g the traitors after the murder, they said, raise vital questions for yone servg a busess: d how do you resist the boss?
73. Accorg to Paragraph 1, what did all the executives tk of Brutus?
A. Cruel. B. Superior. C. Honorable. D. Rude.
74. Accorg to the passage, the s set up "Movers d Shakespeares" to _____.
A. help executives to understd Shakespeare's plays better
B. give advice on leadership by alyzg Shakespeare's plays
C. provide case studies of Shakespeare's plays literature workshops
D. guide governt cies to follow the characters Shakespeare's plays.
75. Why do the s conduct a workshop on ry V?
A. To highlight the portce of catg opportunities.
B. To courage masterful leaders to p strategies to .
C. To illustrate the harm of prejudices t.
D. To warn executives st power misuse.
76. It be ferred from the passage that _____.
A. the s' progrme proves biased as the roles of characters are maxized.
B. executives feel bored with too y specific ts of Shakespeare's plays.
C. the s will make more profits if they are professional scholars.
D. Shakespeare has played portt role the t field.
77. The best title for the passage is _____.
A. Shakespeare's plays: Executives reconsider corporate culture
B. Shakespeare's plays: esstial key to busess success
C. Shakespeare's plays: A lesson for busess motivation
D. Shakespeare's plays: Dratic trg brgs dratic results
Directions: Read the passage carefully. T swer the questions or complete the statts the fewest possible words.
Youth sport has the pottial to accomplish three portt objectives childr's developt. First, sport progrs provide youth with opportunities to be physically active, which lead to proved physical health. Second, youth-sport progrs have long considered portt to youth's psychosocial developt, provg opportunities to learn portt life skills such as cooperation, discipe, leadership, d self-control. Third, youth-sport progrs are critical for the learng of motor skills (运动技能); these motor skills serve as a foundation for future national sport stars d recreational adult-sport participts. coaches develop activities for youth practices d sport orizations des youth-sport progrs, they must consider the plications of deliberate play d deliberate practice.
Research from Ta (2006) states that regular participation deliberate play or deliberate practice activities durg childhood d youth (ages ne to eight) creases the likelihood of participation sports durg adulthood by six tes for both males d ales. C?té (2002) es deliberate play activities sport as those desed to maxize joyt. These activities are regulated by flexible rules adapted from stdardized sport rules d are set up by the childr or by volved adult. Childr typically ge rules to d a pot where their e is silar to the actual sport but still allows for play at their level. For exple, childr may ge soccer d basketball rules to suit their needs d viront (e.g. the street, on a playg field or someone's backyard). volved deliberate play activities, childr are less concerned with the outcome of their outcome of their behavior (whether they or lose) t with the behavior (havg fun).
On the other d, Ericsson (1993) suggests that the most effective learng occurs through volvt highly structured activities ed as deliberate practice. Deliberate practice activities require effort, produce no mediate rewards, d are motivated by the goal of provg perforce rather t the goal of joyt. dividuals are volved deliberate play, they expert with differt coations of behaviors, but not necessarily the most effective way to prove perforce. contrast, dividuals are volved deliberate practice, they exhibit behavior focused on provg perforce by the most effective s available. For exple, the d skills tnis could be learned d proved over te by playg matches or by creatg fun practice situations. However, players could more effectively prove their d perforce by practg drills that might be considered less joyable. Although the drills used deliberate practice might not be the most joyable, they might be the most relevt to provg perforce.
(Note: swer the questions or complete the statts NO MORE T T WORDS.)
78. Besides the learng of motor skills, what are the other two portt objectives of youth sport?
79. If childr participate deliberate play or deliberate practice activities, they are more likely to ________.
80. deliberate play activities, what do childr do to maxize joyt?
81. contrast to deliberate play, deliberate practice is ed at ________.
Directions: Trslate the follog stces to glish, usg the words giv the brackets.
4. 这个游戏的独特之处在于它让孩子学会如何应对现实生活中的问题。 (What)
5. 申请材料需精心准备，这样你心仪的学校才会对你的能力有全面、准确的了解。( order that)
II. Guided Writg
Directions: Write glish composition 120~150 words accorg to the structions giv below ese.
学校即将举办 "读书节", 目前正广泛征集 "读书节" 宣传册图片。假设你是该校学生潘阳, 你已找到以下三幅图片, 决定给读书节组委会写一封信, 推荐其中一幅, 你的信须包括以下内容：
2. 阐述你用该幅图片宣传 "读书节" 的理由。
1-10 ACDCD BBCAB 11-16 CBA BDD
17. XW94702 18. electricity 19. eer 20. esday
21. disabled 22. the hu spirit 23. spirg
24. one diary/a diary one
25. As/Because/Sce 26. ptied 27. 28. loog 29. might/may
30. like 31. Shocked 32. the nicest 33. to check 34. that
35. as if/as though 36. who 37. org 38. someone/somebody
39. has terrupted/is g terrupted/is terrupted 40. which
51-65 ACBDC CABBA ADBDC
66-77 CBCA DCA ABADD
78. proved physical health d psychosocial developt.
79. participate sports durg adulthood
80. They ge rules to suit their needs d their viront.
81. provg perforce
I. 翻译 (第1-3题，每题4分；第4-5题，每题5分。共22分。)
Delicious food is one of the pleasures for people to visit Sghai.
Street artists have brought brt colours to old neighbourhoods with their creativity.
If there is someone your life to whom you need to say sorry, go ahead d make apology.
What makes the e unique is that it helps childr learn how to cope with pros real life.
The applications should be carefully prepared order that the school you like have overall d accurate owledge of your abilities.
II. 写作 共25分。
I. Listg Comprsion
W：Sorry sir, your room will be ready soon.
M：Don't you understd? I t to have a rest mediately.
Q：How does the feel?
M：Do I have the te back for further treatt?
W：No, but you need to come d have your teeth regularly.
Q：Where does the conversation most probably take place?
W：I have read all your books. You have just writt a new one, hav't you?
M：Yes, it's about a star d will be trslated to several guages.
Q：What is most probably the ?
W: Could you brg my calculator back? I need it for my math homework.
M：Sorry, I dropped it d now the ON button doesn't light up.
Q：What is the 's pro?
W: dy, you've stg front of that sdwich counter forever.
M: Sorry, I just wish they 't give me so y choices.
Q: What we learn from the conversation?
M: Miss , I was wonderg if you could d out how I did on the middle term ex?
W: Sorry, Doctor White is out of town d I'm not the position to give out that d of formation.
Q：What does the wo ?
W: What we need is a rooate who is neat d .
M: Let's write that the advertisteatness, a must.
Q：What are the two speakers most probably gog to do?
M: I hear that Bob is png to study abroad.
W: Not if I talk out of it. Believe me, I'm tryg.
Q: What does the wo ply?
M: Is this the snack bar always deserted?
W: It's the d of the sester. Everyone is the library.
Q: What does the ply?
M：Look! It's gog to pour. You'd better put your bike the garage.
W：Why bother? It's through a lot worse d still works e.
Q：What will the wo most probably do?
Questions 11 through 13 are based on the follog passage.
cities all over the world, people go to cafés to relax alone or with frds. But y cafes Korea, you do more t that. You relax, d play with dogs at new dog cafes. The Snoopy Café is one of t. The dogs there are cages around the room. First, you choose the dog. T it comes out of its cage. You buy food for it. The Ball House is differt from the Snoopy Café. You don't have to choose a dog at the Ball House. All the dogs sit, play, or run around while people drk coffee d eat sdwiches. You play with all the dogs at the Ball House. Lori Chon goes to the Ball House about once a week. She likes to play with Prcess, her favorite dog. She oft buys food for Prcess, too. Lori likes to go to the Snoopy Café for y reasons. "I love dogs" she says, "but my apartt is too small for a dog. Also, dogs don't like to be alone, d I work all day". So Lori needs to have some fun with the pet, she goes to the dog café to see Prcess. Dog cafes are very popular Korea, but they are not cheap. A cup of coffee costs about three dollars d fifty ts, but the fun is free.
11. How is the Ball House differt from the Snoopy Café?
12. Why does Lori like gog to the Snoopy Café?
13. What is the passage ly about?
Questions 14 through 16 are based on the follog passage.
We are hearg a lot these days about downshiftg, so what is it? The term downshiftg first appeared 1994. It was coed by the Trs-research stitute to describe a new philosophy by which higher achievers at work chose a lower salary exge for a better quality of life. Accorg to a rt study, 4 out of 10 people under 35 years old are png to downshift from stressful jobs to a slower pace of life. It is not just the dr of the young, It is also popular with 35 to 54-year old, 12% of whom are g ps to downshift, 16% hopg to down so next 2 years.
The study found that, 7% of workers had already downshifted. Doctor Lucy Grd, a psychologist loog at the poon, believes that the downshiftg is a dr that more d more people t to turn to a reality. People are not satisfied with their lives, d they t to make ges. However Doctor Grd adds, that some people will hesitate, because they don't actually believe they make it happ, while others will rush to downshiftg to discover that their dr ds up with the cial crisis. So it's sometg that requires a lot of thought d png to get right.
14. Accorg to the passage, what is downshiftg?
15. Accorg to a rt study, what is the pertage of workers who have already downshifted?
16. Lucy Grd's opion, why does downshiftg require a lot of thought d png?
ks 17 through 20 are based on the follog conversation.
: SRT electricity, I help you?
Sir: Yes, I have a pro with my electricity.
: Sorry to hear that. Your account number, please.
Sir: It's XW94702.
: OK. Our notes say that we arrged for eer to visit your house yesterday. Did he check the electricity?
Sir: No, he 't. Five utes after he arrived, he had ercy call d left.
: I'm very sorry. I arrge for other eer to visit you on esday.
Sir: Ok, but I have a meetg that morng. Do you have exact te for his visit?
: Is two o'clock OK for you?
Sir: Yes, that's e. Tk you.
: No pro.
ks 21 through 24 are based on the follog conversation.
Mount jaro is the tallest mount Africa, g it is no small task, especially for a group of sev who are all disabled some way. Here we have one of the bers Mike to share his experce.
: How do you feel about the b, Mike?
Mike: It was a lot more difficult t we had expected, but we persevered d made it.
: Why did you choose to conquer such a height?
Mike: We regard this as a ce to prove the hu spirit.
: Really a tough journey. What did you do te of a difficulty?
Mike: We turned to each other for spiration as we contued on the way to the peak.
: So did you keep a record of the advture?
Mike: Yes, we kept a diary of your troubles on e.
: How long did the advture last?
Mike: 30 days d we reached the top on June 5th.
: Gettg to the top was itely the high pot. Tk you, Mike.