第I卷 选择题( 105分)
When does the man want to play
Later today. B. Tomorrow. C. Right now.
What does the woman want to eat
Fruit. B. Eggs. C. Pancakes.
How does the man get to work
A. By car B. By train C. By bus
Why was Mr. Johnson in the hospital
A. His wife was ill. B. His wife had a baby. C. He went to visit his daughter.
What are the speakers talking about
A lightweight bag. B. Things to wear. C. The warm weather.
What did the woman want to do today
Play tennis. B. Go for a run. C. Go to the park.
How was the weather last weekend
Sunny. B. Windy. C. Rainy.
Which room are the speakers painting
The bedroom B. The dining room. C. The living room.
What color does the woman wait it to be
Green. B. Red. C. Blue.
What does the woman do at night
She keeps all the lights on. B. She sleeps in a very dark room.
C. She turns a night light on in her room.
How old was the woman when a man broke into her home
About four years old. B. About five years old. C. About eight years old.
What was the woman’s father carrying
A knife. B. A bat C. A gun.
What is the man doing
Playing with fire. B. Watching people on the street. C. Making paper airplanes.
What can the woman see across the street
A crowd of people. B. A building. C. A big airplane.
What will happen to the man according to the woman
He’ll get into trouble. B. He’ll get a reward. C. He’ll get sick.
What is the probable relationship between the speakers
Brother and sister. B. Father and daughter. C. Mother and son.
What does the speaker do
A reporter. B. A business woman. C. A writer.[
Where does Kareen Christenson work
At the Local Business magazine. B. At the marketing department.
C. In the Twin Towers building.
Why does the speaker want to talk with James
For an article. B. For a new movie. C. For her business.
At what time does the speaker want to meet James
This week. B. Next week. C. Next year.
Norm Pethrick, a 36-year-old man in Australia’s northern city Darwin, was praised on Thursday for jumping onto a crocodile’s back to save his wife Wendy at Litchfield National Park, a popular tourist spot southwest of Darwin, a local newspaper reported.
Ms Pethrick was standing on a river bank Wednesday afternoon when the saltwater crocodile lunged (扑), locking its jaws on both her legs as it tried to drag her underwater.
Norm Pethrick, who with his wife had been collecting water, immediately went to help her. He jumped onto the back, poked (戳) the eyes of the crocodile and finally got his wife free.
Ms Pethrick was later taken to Royal Darwin Hospital for a medical treatment. The doctors said she was suffering eight puncture wounds in her right leg, a puncture wound in her left leg and a serious cut to one of her fingers.
“This could have been a fatal and tragic situation,” said the general manager of Royal Darwin Hospital (RDH), Dr Len Notaras, according to a local report.
He said Ms Pethrick was saved by her husband’s “quick and diligent actions”. Dr Notaras also said she would remain in hospital for three to four days and have an operation to clean the wounds, which are easy to get infected because of bacteria on the teeth of the crocodile.
21. This passage is most likely to be found in ______.
A. a travel guide B. a textbook C. a novel D. a newspaper 
22. The crocodile attacked Ms Pethrick when she was ______.
A. swimming in the river B. standing on the river bank
C. watching the crocodile D. fishing in the water
23. Which of the following statements is TRUE about Ms Pethrick