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A Smart Boy

B4. Mr. Jones and Mr. Brown worked in the same office. One day Mr. Jones said, __________________ pleasantly to Mr. Brown: We are going to have a small party next Monday evening. Will you and your wife come?

B5. Thats very kind of you. We are free that evening, I think. But I __________________ my wife and ask her.

B6.Mr. Brown __________________ into the other room and telephoned.

B7. He __________________ very much by his telephone conversation.

B8. When he came back Mr. Jones asked him, __________________ (you) to your wife already?

B9.No, she __________________ there when I phoned. My small son answered the phone. I asked him, Is your mother there? And he said, She is somewhere outside.

B10. Why is she outside? I asked. She __________________ for me, he answered.

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UK: Conservation and Environment

B11. Going for a walk is the most popular leisure activity in Britain. Despite its high population density and widespread __________________, the UK has many unspoilt rural and coastal areas.

B12. Twelve National Parks are freely accessible to the public and were created to conserve the __________________ beauty, wildlife and cultural heritage they contain.

B13. Most of the land in National Parks is privately owned, but administered by an independent National Park Authority which works to balance the expectations of __________________ with the need to conserve these open spaces for future generations.

B14. The UK also works to improve the global environment and has taken global warming __________________ ever since scientists discovered the hole in the ozone layer.

B15. In 1997, the UK subscribed to the Kyoto Protocol binding developed countries to reduce emissions of the six main greenhouse gases. The Protocol declares environmental __________________.

B16.Nowadays British __________________ are taking part in one of the largest international projects that is undertaken to protect endangered species.

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Tracy was as excited as a child about her first trip abroad. Early in the morning, she stopped at a A22 ______ agency and reserved a suite on the Signal Deck of the Queen Elizabeth II. The next three days she spent buying clothes and luggage.

On the morning of the sailing, Tracy hired a limousine to drive her to the pier. When she A23 ______ at Pier 90, where the Queen Elizabeth II was docked, it was crowded with photographers and television reporters, and for a moment Tracy was panic stricken. Then she realized they were interviewing the two men posturing at the foot of the gangplank. The members of the crew were helping the passengers with their luggage. On deck, a steward looked at Tracys ticket and A24 ______ her to her stateroom. It was a lovely suite with a private terrace. It had been ridiculously expensive but Tracy A25 ______ it was worth it.

She unpacked and then wandered along the corridor. In almost every cabin there were farewell parties going on, with laughter and champagne and conversation. She felt a sudden ache of loneliness. There was no one to see her A26 ______, no one for her to care about, and no one who cared about her. She was sailing into a completely unknown future.

Suddenly she felt the huge ship shudder as the tugs started to pull it out of the harbor, and she stood A27 ______ the passengers on the boat deck, watching the Statue of Liberty slide out of A28 ______, and then she went exploring.

A22.1) journey2) trip3) travel4) tourist

A23.1) achieved2) arrived3) entered4) reached

A24.1) set2) came3) headed4) directed

A25.1) determined2) resolved3) decided4) assured

A26.1) in2) off3) of4) after

A27.1) among2) along3) between4) besides

A28.1) glance 2) stare 3)sight 4) look

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