Do you have a mobile phone?() _______ you _______ a mobile phone?

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Do you want to have a mobile phone? Have you had a mobile phone already? Nowadays more and more students have their own mobile phones, and mobile phone use has become a problem for middle schools. Some middle schools in China have banned students from carrying mobile phones during school hours.
Mobile phone use among children has become a big problem for the school this year. Some children have got mobile phones as birthday gifts, and more students want them.
Wang Pi, an official, said, “Mobile phone use is a distraction (分散注意力的东西) to students during school hours and it also gives teachers so much trouble in their classrooms.” Teachers were also saying that sometimes students might use phone messages to cheat during exams.
Wang Pialso said some schools had tried to ban mobile phones, but some parents felt unhappy because they couldn’t get in touch with their children.
Many teachers said students should not have mobile phones at school, but if their was a good reason, they could leave their phones at school offices. They also said there were many reasons why the students should not have mobile phones at school. They were easy to lose and were a distraction from studies.
Many people say that they understand why parents would want their children to have phones, but they think schools should let the students know when they can use their mobile phones.
小题1:Some middle schools have banned students from carrying mobile phones         .
A.because they are studentsB.because they don’t earn money
C.when they are at schoolD.when they are free
小题2:Some parents felt unhappy because they couldn’t        during school hours.
A.help the teachers with their workB.leave their mobile phones at school offices
C.use their mobile phonesD.get in touch with their children
小题3:The three underlined words “they” in Para. 5 refer to       .
A.teachers; students; mobile phonesB.teachers; mobile phones; students
C.students; teachers; mobile phonesD.students; mobile phones; teachers
小题4:The passage tells us that         .
A.it is impossible to ban students from using mobile phones at school
B.some parents felt unhappy because they couldn’t use their phones at school
C.students shouldn’t have mobile phones at school except for some special reasons
D.parents should teach their children how to use mobile phones during school hours
Talking on a mobile phone is expensive, so a lot of people send text messages. Text messages are much cheaper than talking on a mobile phone, and you can make it cheaper by making the words shorter. You can do this by taking out “unimportant” letters in the words and using numbers instead of words (2 =" to," 3 =" free," 4 =" for," 8 =" ate," so h8 =" hate," etc.). You can also keep away from using punctuation (标点). Here is an example: Do U wnt 2 g 2 th cnma tnite (Do you want to go to the cinema tonight?)
What do you think these text messages mean?
Whr hv U bn? Iv bn wtng hrs fr a cll.
Im hm nw, why nt gv me a cll.
I gt a txt mssge frm my frnd. Shes hvng a prty on Strdy.
Mobile phone users have developed a group of symbols (符号) to show how they feel. They are called emoticons, and there are some examples below. To read an emoticon, you have to look at it sideways. For example, if you say something in a text message that is a joke, you can follow it with a smiling face. Like this: Why didt u call me? I’m so sad.   (
Here are some others. Can you think of text messages where you could use them?
) laughing     ( sad    < really sad
Ⅴ shouting    |·| asleep   :0 shocked
8·| surprised    \·o bored
小题1:Why are text messages popular?
A.Because they are expensive.B.Because they are cheap.
C.Because they are hard to write.D.Because they are not important.
小题2:The first paragraph tells us that we can make the text messages shorter in             ways.
A.oneB.twoC.threeD.four
小题3: What does this text message “Do U wnt 2 cm?” mean? It means “                   ?”.
A.Do you want to comeB.Do you wear two caps
C.Do you want two cakesD.Do you go home early
小题4:Why do people use emoticons?
A.Because they can show how users feel.B.Because the symbols are beautiful.
C.Because text messages are short.D.Because the users can’t make the words shorter.

----What ______ do you focus on when choosing a mobile phone for personal use?
----Its functions and stand-by time.
A.featuresB.signsC.symbolsD.brands

----What ______ do you focus on when choosing a mobile phone for personal use?
----Its functions and stand-by time.
A.featuresB.signsC.symbolsD.brands
It often seems that everyone in Britain has a mobile phone. We use them as alarm clocks, calculators, to help with exam revision, to pay city congestion charges, to send photos of ourselves on holiday with our new 3G phone--and even to talk with other people. And that's where the problems can start.
Firstly when do you use them? The etiquette of using mobiles is changing. Originally people turned away when speaking with someone. Now they'll just talk about anything from work to romance to when they'll be home--at the top of their voices--without anyone minding. Or not minding much. Or--OK being too polite to say they can't stand the fact that person sitting next to them on the train is talking about last night's party while they're trying to read the paper.
Secondly, when do you not use them? In Britain, the answer to that is simple. You don't use a mobile phone---except with a fixed hands free set--while you're driving. A new law came into force at the end of 2003. Anyone caught using a hand--held mobile while driving risks a fixed penalty of £30 or a fine of up to £1,000 if convicted plus three points on their licence.
However, not everyone takes note of the law and the police have been prosecuting drivers for breaking it. The worst offenders are people living in South West Scotland. BBC transport correspondent Tom Symonds says that over 800 have been caught in Strathclyde compared to just 17 in Suffolk. (It's not clear whether that means that Scots have more friends or are just worse drivers!)
Finally, do try not to lose your mobile. It's not the phone itself which matters--it's easy enough to replace a handset. But your SIM card is another matter. It has all your contacts stored on it. And without your contacts list--well, who could you phone?
The passage mainly discusses ______.
A.the advantages and disadvantages of using the mobile phone
B.the manners of using the mobile phone
C.the problems brought by the mobile phone
D.the development of the mobile phone industry
As the mobile phones so widely appear in our daily life, someone said it would be cool if you didn’t have a mobile phone nowadays. It might be true to some extent, but as for an adult, a mobile means contact. It connects your work, relatives, friends, etc. It should do great deeds for us.
Months ago, my uncle gave his dear son a phone, because my nephew’s school is far from his home. He can only come back once a term, and the phones haven’t been so expensive yet. However, someone has criticized (批评) the young people for playing on mobiles, but not using. They are fond of sending messages, taking pictures and so on. They buy expensive, high level and fashion types for showing. They play on the mobiles day in and day out ….. Holy cow!
So, what happens to youngsters around you? Do they have a phone? What do they use it for? Do you think it’s necessary for teenagers who are still in school to have a phone?
POSTER 1:
In my view, mobile phones are only a tool for communication purpose, just like any other tools which have the potential (潜力) to be misused. In my opinion, I can see young people using it for security reason, emergency purpose, etc. If the parents can afford to pay big phone bills for their kids, well, that’s their business, like the old saying goes, “live and let live.”
--- Mary Smith
POSTER 2:
From psychological (心理学的) point of view, teenagers are more likely to be relaxed or pleasure-oriented. They would like to make something different. Buying brands that are considered “COOL” is important to them. They want others to like and admire themselves, and sometimes, even exaggerate(夸大)their own personality to show off. This can be seen as a kind of psychology during this certain range of age.
--- Dick Gates
Currently, people should tend to be more sociable, and age should not be seen as a barrier for teenagers to own their phones. They also need to set trends on the social circuit (社交圈). But here parents should play an important role in controlling their children about how to use the phones more properly.                                         
小题1: We can learn from the first sentence of the passage that ________.
A.people admire those who don’t have mobile phones
B.people don’t like to have mobile phones nowadays
C.mobile phones are too popular among people now
D.mobile phones are not as useful as before
小题2: Why are some teenagers criticized according to the second paragraph?
A.They use mobile phones for playing instead of using.
B.They don’t use mobile phones for their study.
C.They play “Holy Cow” games in mobile phones.
D.They buy expensive, fashionable mobile phones.
小题3:By saying “live and let live”, Mary Smith means that _________.
A.teenagers shouldn’t use mobile phones
B.parents should buy mobile phones for their children
C.teenagers can use mobile phones if their parents don’t mind
D.teenagers should use mobile phones for communication
小题4:What is Dick Gates’ attitude towards whether teenagers should use mobile phones?
A.Supportive.B.Objective. (客观的)
C.Negative. (消极的)D.Uninterested.
听力原文: German technology conglomerate Siemens said on Tuesday it was launching a new mobile phone handset with a video camera and a full set of handheld computer applications. It also showed a new massmarket phone called A55 that will be introduced in addition to a range of fashion phones it unveiled last week, to help kickstart the slow-growing handset market. "Why do you have several shoes or handbags? We want to drive multiple phone ownership and create additional demand. Our aim is to make people view mobile phones as they view sunglasses, bags or watches," Rudi Lamprecht, who runs Siemens's mobile handset unit, told a news conference here at 3GSM, a mobile trade show.
A new mobile phone launched by German technology conglomerate Siemens is
A.equipped with a camera.
B.linked with a computer.
C.introduced with a fashion.
D.shown as a new brand.
听力原文: German technology conglomerate Siemens said on Tuesday it was launching a new mobile phone handset with a video camera and a full set of handheld computer applications. It also showed a new mass market phone called A55 that will be introduced in addition to a range of fashion phones it unveiled last week, to help kickstart the slow-growing handset market. "Why do you have several shoes or handbags? We want to drive multiple phone ownership and create additional demand. Our aim is to make people view mobile phones as they view sunglasses, bags or watches," Rudi Lamprecht, who runs Siemens's mobile handset unit, told a news conference here at 3GSM, a mobile trade show.
A new mobile phone launched by German technology conglomerate Siemens is______.
A.equipped with a camera
B.linked with a computer
C.introduced with a fashion
D.shown as a new brand
听力原文: Do you want a glimpse of the future of health care? Just take a look at the way the various networks of people involved in patient care are being connected to one another, and how this new connectivity is being exploited to deliver medicine to the patient -- no matter where he or she may be.
Online doctors offering advice based on standardized symptoms are the most obvious example. Increasingly, however, remote diagnosis, that is telemedicine, will be based on real physiological data from the actual patient. A group from the University of the Kentucky has shown that by using an off-the-shelf PDA( personal data assistance) such as a Palm Pilot plus a mobile phone, it is perfectly feasible to transmit a patient’s vital signs over the telephone. With this kind of equipment in a first-aid kit, the cry asking whether there was a doctor in the house could well be a thing of the past.
Other medical technology groups are working on applying telemedicine to rural care. And at least one team wants to use telemedicine as a tool for disaster response -- especially after earthquakes. Overall, the trend is towards providing glob al access to medical data and expertise.
But there is one problem. Bandwidth is the limiting factor for transmitting complex medical images around the world -- CT scans being one of the biggest bandwidth consumers. Communications satellites may be able to cope with the short-term needs during disasters, such as earthquakes, wars or famines. But medicine is looking towards both the second-generation Internet and third-generation mobile phones for the future of distributed medical intelligence.
Doctors have met to discuss computer-based tools for medical diagnosis, training and telemedicine. With the falling price of broadband communications, the new technologies should greet an era when telemedicine and the sharing of medical information, expert opinion and diagnosis are common.
The main idea of this passage is ______.
A.what the future of health care is like
B.how online doctors operate on patients
C.first-aid kit found wider uses
D.bandwidth is the limiting factor for transmitting images

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听力原文:M: How do you pay at the shops, Mary?
W: Why? By cash or card, of course.
M: Ever thought of your mobile phone?
W: Is it possible?
M: This time next year, perhaps. It's efficient. Everything is done in 0.2 second, to be exact.
What do we learn about the man?
A.He is asking the woman to pay at the cashier.
B.He wants to buy a mobile phone from the woman.
C.He is giving the woman some information.
D.He tries to hurry the woman in shopping.

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