上杭一中   2018—2019学年第一学期半期考
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  高二英语试题

  (考试时间:120分钟 总分:150分)

  本试卷分第Ⅰ卷(选择题)和第Ⅱ卷(非选择题)两部分。

  第Ⅰ卷(选择题,共100分)

  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,你将有两分钟的时间将试卷上的答案转涂到答题卡上。

  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. Whose book does Suzie have?

  A. Hannah’s. B. Her mother’s. C. Deborah’s.

  2. How will the woman go to the town center?

  A. By train. B. By bus. C. By taxi.

  3. How many shirts will the man buy?

  A. Three. B. Five. C. Six.

  4. Who is Jack probably talking with?

  A. His mother. B. His teacher. C. His dentist.

  5. What will the boy probably do this weekend?

  A. Have a picnic. B. Learn about science. C. Study math by himself.

  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,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。

  听第6段材料,回答第6、7题。

  6. How many people will there be in the party?

  A. Twelve. B. Fourteen. C. Twenty.

  7. Where will the party be held?

  A. In a park. B. At the office. C. At a co-worker’s house.

  听第7段材料,回答第8、9题。

  8. What did the man give the woman?

  A. A bill. B. A key card. C. Some money.

  9. What did the man enjoy about his trip?

  A. The room service. B. The helpful people. C. The pleasant weather.

  听第8段材料,回答第10至12题。

  10. Why does Michael feel sorry?

  A. He is having a lot of problems.

  B. He forgot his grandmother’s birthday.

  C. He hasn’t called his grandmother for a long time.

  11. What are the speakers mainly talking about?

  A. Michael’s birthday. B. Michael’s grandfather. C. Michael’s busy schedule.

  12. How does Michael probably feel about going to college?

  A. Worried. B. Confident. C. Disappointed.

  听第9段材料,回答第13至16题。

  13. Where does the conversation take place?

  A. At a bank. B. At a drugstore. C. At a post office.

  14. Where is the man’s mother?

  A. In Atlanta. B. In St. Louis. C. In Memphis.

  15. Why is there extra cost for the man to pay?

  A. He is paying for overnight service.

  B. He is paying with a credit card.

  C. He has a fragile (易碎的) item.

  16. What is the man giving to his mother?

  A. A box of cookies. B. Some cash. C. A cup.

  听第10段材料,回答第17至20题。

  17. What is the important weather news?

  A. There will be rain all night.

  B. There will be a storm this morning.

  C. There will be sunny skies tomorrow.

  18. When will the storm pass?

  A. On Tuesday. B. On Saturday. C. On Sunday.

  19. Where is the tornado starting?

  A. In Tulsa. B. In Springfield. C. In Oklahoma City.

  20. What supplies does the speaker suggest people prepare in the end?

  A. Umbrellas. B. Rain boots. C. Water and food.

  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。

  A

  2016 Exhibitions in the British Museum

  Sunken cities: Egypt’s lost worlds

  19 May- 27 November 2016

  Sainsbury Exhibitions Gallery

  Adults£16.50, Members/under 16s free

  Sunken under the sea for over a thousand years, two lost cities of ancient Egypt were lately rediscovered. Their amazing discovery is transforming our understanding of the deep connections between the great ancient civilizations of Egypt and Greece. Their story is told for the first time in this exhibition.

  Francis Towne’s watercolours of Rome

  21 January- 14 August 2016

  Room 90/ Open late Fridays

  Free, just drop in

  Come and experience 18th-century Rome through an astonishing series of watercolours not displayed together since 1805.

  Sicily: culture and conquest

  21 April- 14 September 2016

  Room 35

  Tickets: Adults£10, Members/under 16s free

  This exhibition tells Sicily’s fascinating stories- from the arrival of the Greeks and other settlers, to the extraordinary period of enlightenment(启蒙) under Norman rule in the 11th to 13th centuries.

  Early British exploration of the classical world

  14 March- 27 July 2016

  Room 90a/ Open late Fridays

  Free, just drop in

  This small display features a remarkable selection of drawings by British explorers and architects, who discovered and documented some of Sicily’s best surviving classical sculpture and architecture.

  21. Which place does Francis Towne’s works describe?

  A. Sicily. B. Rome. C. Egypt. D. France.

  22. What art works are housed in Room 90a?

  A. Sculptures. B. Watercolours. C. Drawings. D. Buildings.

  23. Which exhibition can you attend in October?

  A. Sunken cities: Egypt’s lost worlds.

  B. Sicily: culture and conquest.

  C. Francis Towne’s watercolours of Rome.

  D. Early British exploration of the classical world.

  B

  John Adams took office in 1797. Two major issues marked Adams’ presidency. The first involved America’s relations with France.

  France helped America win its war for independence from Britain. The friendship formed during the war continued afterward when Thomas Jefferson served as Minister to Paris. Relations began to go bad as soon as he returned home. The man who replaced him openly supported the losing side in the French revolution. After the revolution succeeded, the new French government demanded that he leave. Most Federalists(联邦主义者) didn’t want good relationships with France. They searched for any signs of insult(侮辱) and any excuse to declare war.

  President Adams wanted to improve relations with France through negotiations (协商). Yet he said the United States would strengthen its defenses. One incident, especially, brought the two nations close to war. It’s known in American history books as the “ X, Y and Z Affair ”.

  President Adams had appointed three ministers to negotiate with the French government. French officials kept these three men waiting for several weeks. While they waited, they had a visit from three Frenchmen---later called X,Y and Z. X,Y and Z told the Americans that France would sign an agreement if the United States did three things. It had to lend the French government twelve million dollars. It had to apologize for anti-French statements in a recent message from President Adams to the American Congress. And it had to pay the French foreign minister 250,000 dollars.

  The American ministers were willing to pay. But they wanted to sign the agreement first. The French foreign minister refused. First the money, then the agreement. The Federalists finally had the excuse they were looking for. France had insulted the United States. The only answer was war.

  24. Why did America and France have a good relationship at first?

  A. Because Thomas Jefferson worked hard on it.

  B. America supported the French revolution.

  C. America and France often helped each other.

  D. France helped America get away from Britain.

  25.What happened to the three ministers when they arrived in France?

  A. No one came to negotiate with them at first.

  B. They were treated very nicely.

  C. They were asked to apologize at once.

  D. They were watched over by three men.

  26. What was the excuse that the Federalists found?

  A. France hurt the three ministers.

  B. France looked down upon the United States.

  C. France asked for too much money.

  D. France was unwilling to sign the agreement.

  27. What is the passage mainly about?

  A. The relations between France and the US.

  B. John Adams’ great achievement as President.

  C. How the war between the US and France started.

  D. How the friendship between the US and France started.

  C

  When Mark Levine, an English-language instructor at Beijing’s Minzu University of China, was first invited to attend a Chinese colleague’s wedding in Jiangsu province in 2017, his second year in China, the California native was ready to present a small decorative gift for the new couple as he used to do in the United States.

  However, his gesture suddenly didn’t seem proper as he realized the Chinese at the ceremony had red envelopes filled with cash to present rather than a packed gift.

  “It’s a little bit embarrassing when you present something that people didn’t expect to receive on certain occasions,” Levine, who used to be a social worker in the US, told China Daily recently.

  “In the US, people do that as well but only for close relatives. People would normally give things as presents, while here in China red envelopes are more commonly welcomed.”

  It was the first time the 66-year-old discovered the ceremony-including taboos(禁忌)-in gift giving. He was not alone, as the recent argument following a British minister’s visit to Taipei, Taiwan, revealed.

  British Minister of State for Transport Bar oness Susan Kramer presented a watch in January to Ko Wen-je, mayor of Taipei, when she visited the city, immediately sparking headlines as she broke a long-held taboo in Chinese culture.

  A clock or watch, or zhong in Mandarin, signifies “the end” in Chinese, and many associate it with death. Therefore, giving someone, especially an elder, a clock or watch implies “your time is up”.

  Kramer later apologized for the gaffe(失礼), but Ko was also blamed for his “rude” response as he told reporters that he had no use for the watch and would sell it for cash.

  However, some foreigners in China, such as Mark Dreyer, support Ko in this particular debate. “When I heard about the story, I felt embarrassed,” said Dreyer, a British citizen who has lived and worked in China since 2007. “After all, ‘don’t give clocks or watches to your hosts’ is on page 1 of most China travel guides. I’m embarrassed by the lack of respect shown by the British for not even reading about the customs ahead of time.”

  28. What does the underlined word “that” in Paragraph3 refer to?

  A. Presenting gifts. B. Giving cash.

  C. Attending weddings. D. Receiving money.

  29. How did the public view Ko’s response to the gift?

  A. They considered it a smart move. B. They believed he had no other choice.

  C. They saw it as a rudeness. D. They thought it proper.

  30. What was Dreyer’s attitude to the British Minister’s gift?

  A. Negative. B. Supportive. C. Positive. D. Doubtful.

  31. What can we learn from the passage?

  A. Presenting red envelopes is a bad custom in China.

  B. British know nothing about Chinese customs.

  C. Americans don’t expect to receive cashes as gifts.

  D. Chinese don’t expect to receive clocks as gifts.

  D

  The function of education is to prepare children for life, so we ought to concentrate on teaching them really useful things. Here is what I think our schools should teach.

  Courtesy(礼貌)—The sooner our young people learn this, the better. Politeness and consideration are the signs of civilization. In any case, a lot more can be accomplished by a smile and good manners than with a PhD(博士学位).

  Managing Money—Like it or not, for most of us, our adult lives will be consumed by the struggle for this. Is borrowing on a credit card a good thing? How do you live within your means? No one should be expected to pick this up after leaving school (or worse, after getting a job). We have a responsibility to teach our young people this basic skill from the beginning.

  Health—Kids should learn to take care of their bodies. They should know that if they eat junk food, they will become fat and unhealthy. They should be very clear about what happens to their bodies when they drink, smoke, or take drugs.

  Society—The idea here is that all of us are part of something much bigger. We have rights and responsibilities. We ought to understand what they are, and why they are that way. We have to know a little bit of our immediate history and geography, because we need to have a context in which to relate to the people around us.

  Are these subjects too “low-brow”? Perhaps. Don’t get me wrong: science and literature are important. There will always be a place in the world for quantum (量子) physicists and Shakespearean scholars. But our schools cannot be designed to enable the best and the brightest to excel(胜出). They must also equip the weakest among us to survive.

  32. What would be the best title for the passage?

  A. The Functions of Education B. Schooling for the Future

  C. The Advantages of School Education D. Really Useful Schooling

  33. What can we infer from this passage?

  A. Courtesy is as important as academic (学业的)achievement.

  B. Eating junk food is the most serious health problem at present.

  C. The present school education attaches too much importance to textbooks.

  D. Managing money will soon be included as a subject in the school.

  34. What does the underlined word “low-brow” in the last paragraph probably mean?

  A. not demanding much intelligence to be understood B. not important

  C. not deserving much attention D. not practical

  35. What point of view does the author hold?

  A. It’s of little importance to learn history and geography.

  B. Schools should meet the needs of both the best and the weakest.

  C. Science and literature are the most important for school education.

  D. students don’t have to know about rights and responsibilities.

  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填入空白处的最佳选项。选项中有两项为多余选项。

  Many students have to live with roommates while going to school or university. Having a roommate can be one of the best experiences, or easily one of the worst. 36

  Follow these five tips to avoid the common mistakes that make good roommate relationships worse.

  Talk things out. 37 If something happens, sit down with your roommates and have a face-to-face conversation.Complaining about your roommates behind their backs creates nothing but embarrassing situations and general unhappiness.

  38 Some roommates become the best of friends, and some don’t. Don’t put pressure on yourself or your roommate to reach this level, especially when you first meet. Remember, you are trying to make a new friend, not scare your roommate away. And if your roommate doesn’t end up being your best friend,there is no need to worry about it.

  Clean up after yourself.Or at least,keep your mess on your side. 39 But being considerate with where you put your own stuff will help you avoid the arguments.

  Ask before you take.This applies to food,clothes,supplies and anything else that you don’t own. 40 Even if you both agree to share everything you should still ask.

  A. Communication is of vital importance.

  B. Don’t expect to be best friends.

  C. Rooms can be really easy for a mess to pile up.

  D. If you want to have a good relationship with your roommate,it all starts with you.

  E. Show your roommate that you have respect for his or her belongings.

  F. You don’t need to keep the room clean and organized all the time.

  G. Not all roommates can become your best friends.

  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) 阅读下面的短文,从短文后各题所给的四个选项(A、B、C和D)中,选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项。

  After three months of staying in hospital, I got back home at last. My doctor advised me to have daily 41 to strengthen my body.

  On my first morning out, my neighbor George 42 and rolled down the window of his truck, “Does your car break down?”

  “No, just walking,” I replied.

  “Get in. I’ll give you a 43 ,” he said. I told him it was my doctor’s advice. I needed to regain my strength.

  Another day, it was the same story, 44 a different neighbor. When George’s cousin Carl stopped to pick me up, I politely refused, 45 I had to lose weight.

  “Year, that’s what George said,” Carl said, “but I think it’s 46 for you to lose weight since you are not fat at all. We looked at each other 47 without saying anything. I climbed in, and we headed to a town for breakfast again. Nobody even said anything on the whole way.

  After two weeks of my 48 to be healthier, I had walked only a single mile and gained seven pounds. I could 49 fit into my clothes.

  As a last effort to 50 my kind but obstructive (妨碍的) neighbors, I set the alarm for 4 am. Now even if I 51 a ride, it was too early for breakfast.

  With a walking stick in my hand, I headed into the 52 . I quickly discovered that, though I was in my 40s, I was still afraid of the dark. To 53 the wild dogs that were likely following me, I 54 waved the walking stick over my head and 55 loudly. Unfortunately, I scared only Loraine, 56 happened to be on her front door 57 my wild scene.

  By the time I was 58 by Irv, our local policeman, I had lost my walking stick, as well as my 59 in the dark and I didn’t know which way I should go. On the way home, he stopped at his garage and pulled a running machine out from under many winter coats, offering it to me in return for a 60 never to go walking before daybreak again.

  41. A. diets   B. walks C. notes D. exams

  42. A. stopped B. left C. laughed D. cried

  43. A. chance B. suggestion C. ride D. choice

  44. A. and B. but C. or D. so

  45. A. thinking   B. believing  C. explaining  D. proving

  46. A. unnecessary B. unimportant C. difficult D. strange

  47. A. happily B. worriedly C. silently D. sincerely

  48. A.travel B. plan C. challenge D. study

  49. A. finally B. slowly C. nearly D. hardly

  50. A. invite B. consider C. change D. avoid

  51. A. needed B. enjoyed C. accepted D. ignored

  52. A. dark B. car C. room D. hospital

  53. A. throw away B. drive off C. take away D. hold back

  54. A. aimlessly B. carelessly C. slowly D. surprisingly

  55. A. sang B. shouted C. argued D. talked

  56. A. whose B. whom C. which D. who

  57. A. supporting B. controlling C. witnessing D. appreciating

  58. A. sent up B. taken up C. held up D. picked up

  59. A. confidence B. patience C. position D. way

  60. A. promise B. reason C. request D. command

  第Ⅱ卷

  第二节:语法填空(共10小题;每小题1.5分,满分15分)

  阅读下面材料,在空白处填入适当的内容(1个单词)或括号内单词的正确形式。

  My Christmas gift 61 (give) by my husband in 1981 was the most meaningful. He gave me a huge box and on opening it, I found that it contained a smaller box, 62 contained another smaller box. When I finally got to open the last one, I found a diamond engagement ring.

  The ring is 63 (simple) beautiful and this gift contributes 64 a marriage that has lasted 22 years and produced a lovely 18-year-old son. We are still in love today as much 65 we were many years ago. That is what makes the ring the most meaningful gift that I have ever received.

  The ring is more than the ring itself, but a lifetime of 66 (share) my life with a wonderful man and the joy of bringing up our son. As 67 (adult), we are excellent beyond words. With my son growing up and getting ready 68 (leave ) home, we are looking forward to 69 new stage in our life. But it all 70 (begin) with that special Christmas gift in 1981.

  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。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。

  Last Sunday I had a wonderfully trip to the year of AD 3008. I was playing joyfully in the park while a little boy of my age called Jason came to me and invited me to his house. I found him wear light colorful clothes, which could change colours. He told you it was in AD 3008 on the earth. Then the driverless car landed before us and we fly to his house, which was like a castle floating in the air. When we sat down, a robot came in and asked that we would like to have for dinner. Only a few minute later, a rich dinner was served. With time passing by quickly, and we had to say goodbye to each other.

  How I wish I could pay a visit Henry again in the future!

  第二节 书面表达(满分25分)

  越来越多的外国人想学习中国文化,许多国家都成立了孔子学院(Confucius Institute)。假如你是李华,是美国纽约孔子学院的一位志愿者,你的美国朋友Peter对孔子特别感兴趣,请你写封邮件邀请他参观孔子学院,内容要点如下:

  1. 简述儒家学派创始人孔子及儒家文化对中国文化的影响;

  2. 告知参观时间:11月17日(下周六)上午8点;

  3. 介绍参加活动:汉语班, 剪纸, 书法。

  注意: 1.开头和结尾已给出,不计入总词数;

  2.可以适当增加细节,以使行文连贯,词数100左右。

  3.参考词汇: 孔子 Confucius 儒家学派 Confucian School

  书法:calligraphy

  Dear Peter,

  I’m glad to know that you are interested in___________________________________

  _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

  Yours truly,

  Li Hua

  高二英语参考答案

  第一部分 听力:(共两节,满分30分)

  1—5 CABAB 6—10 BABBC 11—15 CACBA 16—20 CACBC

  第二部分 阅读理解:(共两节,满分40分)

  21-23 BCA 24-27 DABC 28—31 BCAD 32-35 DCAB 36-40 DABFE

  第三部分 语言知识运用

  第一节 完形填空:(共20小题;每小题l.5分.满分30分)

  41-45 BACBC 46-50 ACBDD 51-55 CABAB 56-60 DCDDA

  第二节 语法填空:(共10小题;每小题1.5分,满分15分)

  61. given 62.which 63.simply 64.to 65.as

  66. sharing 67.adults 68.to leave 69. a 70. began

  第四部分 写作

  第一节 改错:(共10小题;每小题1分,满分10分)

  1.wonderfully—wonderful 2. while-when 3.wear-wearing 4.you---me 5.the—a 6.fly-flew 7.that-what 8.minute-minutes 9.and划掉 10.pay a visit后加 to

  第二节 书面表达(满分25分)

  One possible version:

  Dear Peter,

  I am glad to know that you are interested in Confucius and Chinese culture. Confucius, the founder of Confucian School is considered as one of the greatest ancient educators and his ideas have a great effect on Chinese culture.

  With an increasing number of foreigners wanting to learn Chinese culture, the Confucius Institutes have been set up in many foreign countries. Since I am a volunteer in the Confucius Institute in New York, I’d like to invite you to visit it at 8:00 am next Saturday, November 17. During our visit, we can attend some Chinese classes, after which we can take part in some activities , such as paper-cutting and Chinese calligraphy.

  I sincerely hope that you will accept this invitation. I am looking forward to your early reply.

  Yours truly,

  Li Hua

  听力原文:

  Text 1

  M: Where did you get that book, Suzie? Did mom get it? I don’t remember buying it for you.

  W: Deborah lent it to me. (1) Everyone’s reading it. I have to give it to Hannah when I finish reading it.

  Text 2

  W: Should I take a taxi or a bus to the town center?

  M: You can take either, but the train goes directly there. It’s cheaper, too.

  W: Thanks. I’ll do that instead. (2)

  Text 3

  M: I’ll take six of these shirts: two red shirts, one blue shirt, and three green shirts.

  W: I’m sorry. We are out of the blue ones.

  M: OK. I guess I’ll just take the two red ones and the three green ones. (3)

  Text 4

  W: Jack, have you brushed your teeth?

  M: No, I already brushed them this morning. I’m busy playing my X-Box!

  W: Jack, you know you have to brush them twice a day. Dr. Brunswick said so. Don’t talk back. Just go do it now. (4)

  Text 5

  M: Finally! I’m done with this math test. I’m going to make the most of my free time.

  W: So, you’re going to Henry’s picnic?

  M: No, I’m going to visit the library. I’ve reserved a study room, and there are science experts available there all weekend. (5)

  Text 6

  M: Good morning. I’d like to buy a cake.

  W: No problem, sir. We have many cakes here. What size would you like?

  M: Well, it’s for my co-worker’s birthday. There are fourteen people in the office. (6)

  W: Well, this cake feeds twelve people, and this one behind it feeds twenty.

  M: I’ll take the bigger one… It’s better to have too much than not enough.

  W: Sounds good. Do you want it delivered?

  M: Yes. Can you deliver it to my office? The birthday party will be after work, at a park near the office. (7)

  Text 7

  M: I’d like to check out. Here’s my key card. (8)

  W: Thank you, Mr. Johnson. And here’s your bill.

  M: Many thanks. Wow! I sure spent a lot of money in this hotel!

  W: I hope your stay was pleasant.

  M: Uh, yeah. This could be a great hotel if you got rid of all the insects. And you should improve the food you serve.

  W: I’m so sorry. Well, to make you feel better, we’ll offer you a free stay in any of our hotels.

  M: Thanks.

  W: I’m glad these small problems didn’t ruin your visit.

  M: Yeah, the city itself was great. I liked coming here a lot.

  W: Good to hear you had some wonderful experiences. (9)

  M: I did. And I met so many helpful people. (9)

  W: Have a pleasant trip home.

  Text 8

  M: Hi, Grandma! I’m calling to say happy birthday. I hope you’re having a good day.

  W: Thank you, Michael! It’s great to hear from you. It’s been a while since we’ve talked. (10)

  M: I know, Grandma. I’m sorry. (10) I’ve been so busy with school and activities lately. I’m captain of the basketball team this year. And I’m also applying to colleges for next fall. (11)

  W: Oh, Michael, I’m so proud of you! You’re a very accomplished young man. Do you know where you want to go to college?

  M: I really want to go to the University of Southern California, but they might not let me in! It’s a very good school, and it’s very difficult to be accepted there. (12)

  W: Well, I’m sure they will take you, honey. You’re a special young man. You’ve really made your grandfather and me so proud.

  Text 9

  W: I can help the next person in line.

  M: That’s me. Hi! I need to mail this package. (13)

  W: Okay, great. Where is it going?

  M: It’s going to St. Louis, Missouri. (14) And I need it to get there as fast as possible. It’s my mother’s birthday present, and her birthday is tomorrow. (14) I don’t want it to be late.

  W: Okay, sir. I can do that. We’ll have to deliver it overnight, which will cost extra money. (15) Let’s see…it will be $32.50 to get the package there tomorrow. Will you pay with a credit card or cash?

  M: I have cash. And please mark “FRAGILE” on the box.

  W: What is in here, sir? (16) Is there anything dangerous? Any liquids or chemicals?

  M: No, there is just a box of chocolates and a cup. (16) But I don’t want the cup to break.

  W: Okay, sir. We will have it leaving Atlanta and arriving in St. Louis tomorrow, by way of Memphis. Here’s your receipt, and have a great day!

  Text 10

  Good afternoon, viewers. Thanks for tuning in to your local News Channel 5 in Tulsa, for the latest weather report around town! It’s Tuesday, April 9th, and I have some important weather news for you today. Later this evening, we will be getting some rain, which will increase throughout the night. (17) By morning, we will have a bad thunderstorm. So, when you go to work tomorrow, be sure to take your umbrella and rain boots! Let’s also look at the weather report for the week. The storm will not be passing for several days, until Sunday. (18) In fact, on Saturday, we may have a chance of a tornado. This could be serious, folks. Tornado activity is starting in Springfield and may move into Oklahoma City, (19) which means we’d be next. In case of a tornado, you should probably store up some basic supplies, like bottles of water and canned foods — just in case. (20) Thanks again for watching, folks, and tune in again soon for your most updated weather news in town!

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