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本篇文章为同学们整理了高中一年级英语下学期期中质量试题及答案,本试卷分第Ⅰ卷(选择题)和第II卷(非选择题)两部分。满分150分,考试时间120分钟。下面就一起来练习吧。

说明:1.本试卷分第Ⅰ卷(选择题)和第II卷(非选择题)两部分。满分150分,考试时间120分钟。

2.在答题纸的密封线内填写学校、班级、姓名、考号、座号,密封线内不要答题。

3.将所有答案均按题号填涂或填写在答题卡或答题纸相应的答题处,否则不得分。

第Ⅰ卷(选择题,共100分)

第一部分听力(共两节,满分30分)

第—节(共5小题;每题1.5分,满分7.5分)

听下面5段对话。每段对话后都有一个小题,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. What does the woman think of cloning?

A. It has no side effect at all. B. It should be strictly forbidden.

C. It may cause trouble for humans.

2. What's the possible relationship between the two speakers?

A. Friends. B. Husband and wife. C. Teacher and student

3. What do they hope to do?

A. Stop cigarette production. B. Advise people not to smoke.

C. Stop young people smoking.

4. Who are they talking about?

A. Their Chinese teacher. B. Their history teacher.

C. Their politics teacher.

5.What does the man think the weather will be like in April?

A. Cool. B. Hot. C. Windy.

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,并标在试卷的相应位置。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秒钟的做答时间。每段对话或独白读两遍。

听第6段材料,回答第6至8题。

6.Where is the woman probably going this afternoon?

A. To the library. B. To a swimming pool. C. To a professor's class.

7. What will the man have to do this afternoon?

A. Study history. B. Write a poem. C. Finish a paper.

8. What does Prof. Lowell probably teach?

A. Literature. B. History. C. Maths.

听第7段材料,回答第9至11题。

9.Whom does the man want to talk with?

A. Mr. White. B. Jim. C. Dr. Smith.

10. Where is Dr. Smith?

A. He is in his office. B. Nobody knows. C. He went home.

11. Which number is correct?

A. 77231059. B.77231058. C.77221069.

听第8段材料,回答第12至14题。

12.What does the man want to drink?

A. Water. B. Tea C. Coffee.

13. What is the man doing?

A. Watching TV. B. Writing some reports. C. Listening to the radio.

14. When does this conversation take place?

A. Late at night B. In the afternoon. C. In the morning.

听第9段材料,回答第15至17题。

15. Where does the conversation probably take place?

A. In the hospital. B. In an office. C. In a car.

16. What happened to the man?

A. He was caught by the policemen. B. He was attacked.

C. He was wearing a stocking.

17. What probably is the woman?

A. The man's wife. B.A policewoman. C. The man's workmate.

听第10段材料,回答第18至20题。

18. Where is the speaker living now?

A. In a city in England. B. In an eastern European country.

C. Ina small town with the speaker's aunt.

19. What is still a problem to the speaker?

A. The living conditions. B. The weather. C. Traffic rules.

20. What is the speaker?

A.A tourist B.A student. C. A driver.

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,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。

A

Long Beach, a 28-mile area of beach, lies in southwestern Washington, and is generally called

Long Beach Peninsula. Communities there take you back to old days of a simple life. Here, visitors

can relax and enjoy the good of a total rest.

Bird watching

There are different kinds of birds on Long Beach. It's best if you watch them from a distance

and don't try to frighten them. The Southwest Loop Route Map can be got through the Long Beach

Peninsula Visitors Office by calling l-800-451-2542.

Horses

A popular activity on Long Beach is horse back, riding. Two businesses in the city of Long Beach offer guided horseback tours along the beach: Black Country Wilderness Outfitters and Skipper's Equestrian Center. You may also bring your own horse. Among the adventures offered with horses is a wagon ride along the beach, a carriage ride through Seaview or Long Beach, a back country pack trip, or a sunset ride by horseback on the beach.

Camping

RV and tent camping aren't allowed on the beach. Camp fires are allowed within 100 feet offthe

beach, but must be away from the dry grass.

Swimming and other activities

Swimming is allowed, but you must be careful. The waters are very cold and dangerous. Surfing

is advised only for experienced surfers. Beach driving is allowed at certain areas on the beach. The

speed limit is 25 mph. Building sand castles, digging sand to find something, riding bicycles and

flying kites are also popular activities in the area

Enjoy your trip to Long Beach, Washington!

21. Which of the following is allowed on Long Beach?

A. Sleeping in your tent.

B. Digging sand to find something.

C. Setting camp fires far away from the beach.

D. Driving at the speed of30 mph along the beach.

22. Which of the following might be the best title?

A. The scenery of Long Beach B. Long Beach, the Longest Beach

C. Long Beach, a Fantastic Place D. Information about Long Beach

23. The passage is most probably taken from________.

A. a travel guide B. a news report C. a travel journal D. a research paper

B

I gave the business plan I finished the other day to my husband for suggestions. After reading it.

he said, "l don't think this is up to your usual standards." I said, "! need more information. What

doesn't work?" He said he wasn't sure. I then took the letter and. reread it.

He asked, "How about if I look at it again and make notes between the space?" I agreed. Half an

hour later I looked at his notes and told him he didn't understand the situation and what I really

wanted to express. He shrugged and said OK. I took the letter and went back to my computer and

again revised. As I was writing, I could see my letter improving based on his suggestions. When I

finished, I proudly handed the letter back: to my husband. He read it for the third time and said, "It's

still not right but I couldn't exactly say." I was a little angry and then told him I was the writer and I

had seen some goofy letters he sent out. But I pit:ke6 up my letter and went back to the computer.

After an hour of revisions, I went back to my husband apologetically with letter in hand. I told

him I was sorry for what I'd said and asked if he would please to read the letter again because I did

value his contribution. Being a very patient and kind-hearted fellow, he once again read my letter and

declared that it was fine.

This all leads me to the following. When you ask for advice on a project, be appreciative and

grateful. Understand that the advice and suggestions you get may be negative. Understand that it may

mean more work for you. And keep in mind that the final responsibility for the project is still yours.

So be modest and thankful even if he or she has noted some problems.

24. Why did the author give her business plan to her husband at first?

A. To show off her excellent work.

B. To have him type it on the computer. .

C. To ask him to make some changes from all details.

D. To ask him to give her some advice. .

25. The author's husband shrugged after hearing her words because he

A. believed in his judgment but couldn't find why

B. knew there was nothing wrong in the business plan

C. doubted about himself since he found no excuses

D. believed he himself was right and knew the roots

26. We can infer from the passage that the author's husband was _ , .

A. selfish and determined B. proud and expressive

C. honest and patient D. humorous and careful

27. The author wants to tell us that if you ask for suggestions, __'

A. do accept all suggestions from the givers B. don't get angry if some are negative

C. do keep silent before taking action D. do be grateful and confident

C

Living abroad to study can certainly be an interesting experience but is that alone a good enough

reason for spending years fm away from home? To make the experience truly worthwhile, there ha4s

to be a goal-behind the decision to study abroad. This may be a wish to perfect language skills in a

foreign language environment, or a clever move in your career development. You must. also consider

the costs, not just of living and studying abroad, but of applying. Most universities now charge

application fees for international students.

After considering these points you are sure that you want to apply to study abroad, your next

step is to choose the right program of studies. Research your choices and select carefully. You must

do your homework well. Most universities have information online but you can also email and ask

them to send you more details. You can find a lot of information on school ranking from education

websites. But read carefully. Different universities emphasize different strengths Don't just think

about the university's reputation; look for the most suitable for your goals.

Next, you must deal with a large pile of paperwork. This involves filling in application form,

preparing your school records, and getting reference letters. Reading the instructions and

requirements of the universities carefully is of great importance. Sadly, many fine applicants get

kicked out in the first round , simply because they don't follow ~he application procedure properly.

Money is another important consideration. Some scholarships are provided by governments,

others by schools and colleges. This information9 again, can be found on the interne~. If you a find a

scholarship that is suitable for you, follow the application procedure carefully; ~~e earlier you apply,

the better your chance of getting it.

28. According to the article, studying abroad is truly worthwhile because.

A. it is an :interesting experience B. it is fun to travel around the world

C. it is an opportunity to develop your career D. all your friends are doing so

29. A school ranking list tells you .

A. how much the courses cost B. the names of all the professors

C. how good the school is compared to others D. where the school is located

30. What are the three basic steps when you apply?

A. Fill in the application, prepare school records and get reference letters,

B. Buy an airplane ticket, read the instructions and requirements, and study.

C. Prepare school records, do paperwork, and work hard.

D. Write a reference letter, do paperwork, and study.

31. The underlined phrase "get kicked out in the first round" in Paragraph 3 means .

A. lose money in the first round B. fail to get to the next round

C. get accepted in the next round D. get kicked by a professor

D

In an effort to discourage people from using plastics, scientists have been hard at work inventing

alternative packaging products.

The idea of using seaweed(海草) to make eco-friendly water bottles has been around for a few

years. Recently, Ari Jonsson took his invention - a water bottle made from red seaweed - to show

off at a festival. The bottles will only hold their shape as long as they are filled. As soon as these

bottles are empty they will begin to break down, though they would be perfectly safe to eat. Ari

Jonsson's bottles are a step closer to a widely used alternative to the current plastic ones.

The eatable water container is not the only product to add to our image of the future. Narayana

Pessapaty has also created eatable spoons. After the success of his spoons, Mr. Pessapaty is ready to

expand and introduce forks and chopsticks to his menu. His aim is to largely reduce the amount of

plastic waste, which is a huge problem for waste sites all over the world, It is a product that may take

up t0 500 years to break down, and recycling companies worldwide are struggling to deal with it.

Aside from the obvious benefits to the environment, this new packaging is also cheap to produce

and therefore cheap to buy. Even better is the fact that similar eatable cutlery can be made at home,

possibly a science project for children or just fun with friends. Why not experiment and create your

own recipes?

32. Why do scientists invent alternative packaging products?

A. To make people's life more convenient. B. To show off their inventive talents.

C. To change the way we picnic outside. D. To reduce the amount of plastic waste.

33. What makes Art Jonsson's water bottles eco-friendly?

A. They can be made at home.

B. They are cheap to produce and buy.

C. They will hold their shape when they are filled.

D. They will break down themselves when empty.

34. What do Ari and Narayana's inventions have in common?

A. They are convenient to carry. B. They are safe to eat.

C. They can be used for a short time. D. They are heavier than plastics.

35. What can be inferred from this passage?

A. Home-made eatable cutlery is likely to be popular.

B. Eatable cutlery will completely replace plastics in the near future.

C. No recycling companies can break down plastic waste.

D. It's unsafe for individuals to invent eatable cutlery at home.

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能填入空白处的最佳选项。选项中有两项为多余选项。

Change is scary. 36 It can go hand in hand with the fear that we might hurt someone

else if we only think about ourselves: The truth is that you're much more courageous and far stronger

than you realize. Here are some ways that you can use to help yourself make the process of creating

change more manageable.

Make change into small pieces. 37 Remember that as long as you attempt to take regular

practice towards your goal, such as eating more healthily every day, or walking twenty minutes a day, you're heading in the right direction to make changes.

Forma habit of keeping a diary every day. Writing a journal every night before going to bed can

effectively help you cope with the emotional impact of the change process. Go to grab a pen or pencil

and remember a journal is not for being neat and tidy with good spelling. 38

Rest is essential to success. Have a rest and take time out to build your energy. 39 If we

don't give ourselves time to rest, we just end up burning out by the constant striving and worry As

we don't have the energy to keep going, we have to give up!

40 . Just accept them! I m sorry to say that unless some people are really secure in

themselves and truly happy in their own life, they're never going to like your changes. This has

nothing to do with whether they love you or not. They are just for self-preservation! Therefore, give

them a little time to adjust and get used to it.

A. No one else is going to like your changes.

B. It is a step into the unknown.

C. Don't try to eat the elephant in one sitting.

D. Keep repeating your small steps over and over again.

E. It's a private place where you can speak out your inner thoughts

F. It's not being lazy to have time out.

G. Creating change is about building your character.

第三部分英语知识运用(共两节,满分45分)

第—节完形填空(共20小题;每小题1.5分,满分30分)

阅读下面短文,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,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。

People often fall ill because of me. 41 ,they can hardly blame me; it is largely their

own 42 .A tired person may get 43 especially when he goes to crowded places with polluted

air A sudden change in 44 is another factor. In hot summer, people turn on the air-conditioner

upon returning home. They will catch a cold easily.

My latest victim is an energetic student After school, he played football hard for two hours.

Though 45 , he still went to the cinema. Then he got back home and took a cold shower

immediately.

I seized this golden chance to 46 him. He reacted, trying to 47 me, but I was

already 48 deep in his throat. He kept sneezing and his nose was running. 49 he put on some

warm clothes it didn't work, for there were too many of us. Besides, his sore throat kept 50 him,

and he developed a cough to force me and my family out, but 51 .

Thenextdayhecouldn'tgot0 52 .He had lost his appetite and was not as 53 as before.

His mother made him orange juice every few hours for more vitamin C, which would help his 54 .

For two days he was 55 by his mother. As he rested more, his defense strengthened and I

began to feel the 56 .1 knew I had to 57 him before long. But I am not the one who gives up

easily, and I made every effort to fight back. 58 , it was my turn to feel 59 now, for his

defense system was starting an all-out attack against me. I became 60 and finally my time was

over.

Do you know what I am?

41. A. Therefore B. Besides C. However D. Then

42. A. fault B. duty C. Excuse D. business

43. A. punished B. blamed C. caught .D. killed

44. A..condition . B. season C. place D. temperature

45. A. excited B. hurt C. late D. tired

46. A. injure B. bother C. destroy D. attack.

47.A. get on with B. get rid of C. put up with D. take hold of

48: A. reproducing B. waiting C. hiding D. disappearing

49. A. Since B. Once C. Although D. Whether

50. A. reminding B. upsetting : C. comforting D. influencing

51. A. escaped B. failed C. regretted . D. succeeded

52. A. bed B. hospital C. school D. work

53. A. peaceful B. afraid C. active D. happy

54. A. recovery B. development C. study D. growth

55. A. protected B. affected C. scolded . D. nursed

56. A. loss B. operation C. movement D. pressure

57. A. leave B. catch C. forget D. beat

58. A. Uncertainly B. Unsuccessfully C. Unfortunately D. Unusually

59. A. painful B. disappointed C. nervous D. ashamed

60. A. bigger B. weaker C. smaller D. stronger

第Ⅱ卷(非选择题,共50分)

注意:将答案写在答题卡上。写在本试卷上无效。

第三部分英语知识应用

第二节语法填空(共10小题;每小题1.5分,满分l5分)

第二节语法填空(共10小题;每小题1.5分,满分l5分)

阅读下面材料,在空白处填入适当的内容(不多于3个单词)或括号内单词的正确形式。

It was a sunny day. A little boy's father was sitting on the couch, drinking a beer while watching

61 basketball match. Seeing this, the boy rushed to his father and shouted,“Daddy, show me how to play catch!’’The father, staring 62 the television screen, replied, “Let me finish watching the match. Play outside and come back in five minutes".

“Okay, Daddy!” said the boy, running out of the room. Five minutes later, the boy returned,

63 (scream),‘‘Daddy, let's play catch now!”

By this time, the father had opened another cold beer and another match was beginning. 64

(patient) with the boy's interruption, the dad brought a magazine to his son. On the cover of the

magazine was a large picture of the world. The father, who was 65 (annoy),began tearing the

magazine cover into small pieces. Then, the father turned to his boy and said, ‘‘Son, once you put this picture back together, we can play catch, but do not interrupt me again 66 you finish.”

A few minutes later, the boy returned and said,“1 67 (finish),Daddy! Can we play catch now?”Surprised, the father glanced towards his child, and there 68 (lie) the magazine with

the world pieced perfectly together in his small hands. The dad asked his child 69 he put the

world together so quickly.

70 was simple to put the world together,”said the boy, ‘‘On the back of the world was

the picture of a person, and once I put the person together, that's when the world came together.’’

第四部分写作(共两节满分35分)

第—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。文中有10处语言错误,每句当中至多两处。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(∧),并在其下面写上该加的词。

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 year, during the summer holiday, I found part-time job, worked in a toothbrush factory at

night. Not until I experienced it did I realized that it was no easy job.1 went to work when my parents

were going to bed. On the morning, when my parents were going to work, I came to home to sleep.

This backward schedule was very tough for me that I often felt tiring. But I am glad that I had this unforgettable experience. Not only is it fun to“rise and shine”along with the moon or stars, but also I had learned to appreciate the hard work of those which are working while the rest of us are sleeping.

第二节书面表达(满分25分)

假定你是李华,最近你的美国网友James来信和你讨论“网络不文明用语”的话题。请你就此给他写封回信,内容要点如下:

1.网络不文明用语对社会造成负面影响;不利于青少年身心发展。

2.给出可行的建议:自觉避免使用;号召周围同学朋友不使用;向有关部门寻求帮助。

注意:1.词数:100左右;

2.信的开头和结尾已经给出,不计入总词数。

3.开头语已为你写好,不计入总词数。

Dear James,

How are you going? I miss you very much. I’m writing to you to talk about the uncivilized words used on the Internet.

Yours,

Li Hua

高中一年级英语下学期期中质量试题答案

听力

1--5 CAABB 6--10 BCACC 11--15AABAA 16--20BBACB

阅读理解

21--23 BCA 24-27 DACB 28--31 CCAB 32-35 DDBA 36-40 BCEFA

完形填空

41-45 CACDD 46-50 DBACB 51-55 BCCAD 56-60 DACAB

语法填空

父亲正着迷于看篮球比赛,儿子却一直要求父亲陪自己玩,父亲想出了各种理由来推脱儿子,但最后还是败在了儿子的聪明之下。

61. a考查冠词。此处是说父亲正在观看一场篮球比赛。

62. at考查介词。stare at为固定搭配,意为“盯着……看”。

63. screaming考查非谓语动词。screaming作伴随状语,谓语动词为returned。

64. Impatient考查形容词。由句意可知,父亲对儿子的打断非常不耐烦。

65. annoyed考查词性转换。and连接并列的词性,所以此处应用形容词形式。annoyed意为“恼

火的”。

66. until/before考查连词。此处意为‘直到/在你完成前不要打扰我”。

67. have finished考查动词时态。此处表不对结果的强调,意思是“我已经完成了,爸爸!”

68. lay考查时态。此处应用一般过去时。There be/lie/exist 均表示“存在、有••••••”。

69. how 考查连词。此处指父亲问他怎么拼那么快。

70. It考查代词。此处it是形式主语。

短文改错

1. found后加a job是可数名词,需冠词。

2. worked--- working 现在分词做伴随状语。

3. realized--- realize 部分倒装,前面有did,后面用原形。

4. On---In 在上午:in the morning

5. 把came to home中的to去掉 在这里home是副词,故把came to home中的to去掉。

6. very---so 固定搭配:so•••that••• 如此•••以致于•••

7. tiring---tired 句意:我感到累。

8. or---and 句意:月亮和星星。故把or---and。

9. had--have 意为到现在为止“学会”。

10. which---who 根据句意可知those指人,所以后面的定语从句用who引导。

书面表达

One possible version:

Dear James,

How are you going? I miss you very much. I’m writing to you to talk about the uncivilized words used on Internet.

With the development of economy, more and more people become addicted to the Internet and like chatting online. As a result, lots of uncivilized words come into being, which can do harm to our society. On one hand, they are bad for Internet civilization. On the other hand, they influence teenagers’ physical and mental health, which will have a bad effect on their development.

As far as I’m concerned, it’s urgent to do something to stop their use. Firstly, as high school students, it’s our duty to avoid getting involved in the use of uncivilized words. Secondly, we should call on our classmates and friends to keep away from them and say some kind words. Last but not least, we should report this problem to the related department and ask for some help.

Let’s work together to create a peaceful and civilized network atmosphere.

Yours,

LiHua

【听力材料】

(Text 1)

M:What do you think of cloning?

W:No doubt it’s a great invention.But if it’s not properly handled,it may have some side effects.

M:What do scientists say about it?

W:They also have different opinions.

(Text 2)

M:Hi,Mary.Very glad to see you here.

W:Hi,Robert,I’m glad to see you here,too.

M:Your bike is so beautiful.Where was it made?

W:In China.

(Text 3)

W:Cigarette production should be considered illegal.Wouldn’t you agree with me?

M:Absolutely,if no one produces them,people won’t smoke.That is for sure.

W:You are right.

(Text 4)

M:Do you like our new history teacher?

W:I’m tired of his endless talking.He never gives us a little time to discuss things.

M:You can’t say that!He’s a very knowledgeable person.

W:But I can’t see it.

(Text 5)

W:What’s the temperature today?

M:It’s fifteen degree centigrade.

W:Another cool day,isn’t it?I wonder how long this comfortable weather will last.

M:It’s just March.It will be hotter next month.

(Text 6)

W:Hi,Dick.Would you like to go swimming this afternoon?

M:I wish I could,but I have to spend the rest of the day in the library.I have a tenpage paper due tomorrow.

W:Oh,is that for Prof.Lowell’s class?

M:Yes,I have to write about a poem we read in class.

W:That’s hard.How is it going so far?

M:Not very well.And I also have to study a lot for maths and history,but I don’t know what to do at all.

W:You know,I’ve been doing well in maths,so I’d be happy to help you.If you like,we can start tomorrow.

M:Oh,that’ll be great.

(Text 7)

M:Hello.Is this Dr.Smith’s office?

W:Yes,it is.May I help you?

M:Yes,I’d like to speak to Dr.Smith,please.

W:Dr.Smith went home this afternoon.May I ask who is calling?

M:This is Jim White.

W:Oh,yes,Mr.White.Dr.Smith asked me to give you his home phone number.

M:Just a moment,please.Yes,what’s the number?

W:His number is 77231059.

M:Thank you very much.

W:That’s all right.

(Text 8)

W:Would you like some tea or coffee?

M:No,thank you.It’s very late now.They will keep me awake the whole night.

W:Then,what about some water?

M:Yes,please.

W:Don’t work too late since you are not in good health.You should be careful with your health.

M:I know,but I have to finish these reports tonight.Our manager will use them at the meeting tomorrow morning.

W:Can I help you with something?

M:No,I’m afraid you can’ t.Just turn down the TV a little so that it’s not so noisy.

W:I will.I do hope that you will finish the reports soon and get some sleep.

M:Don’t worry.It won’t take me too long.

(Text 9)

W:Now Mr.Snow,what can you remember about the attack?

M:Well,I was working late yesterday evening.

W:What time did you leave your office?

M:About a quarter past nine.

W:Are you sure?

M:Oh,yes.I looked at my watch.

W:What did you do then?

M:Well,I locked the door,and I w as walking to my car when somebody hit me on the head.

W:Did you see the attacker?

M:No,he was wearing a stocking over his head.

W:Tell me,Mr.Snow,how did you break your leg?

M:Well,when the doctors were putting me into the car,they dropped me!

(Text 10)

I have an aunt in England.She lives in a small town.Last week I went to see her family.I really had a wonderful time there.Everybody knew I was coming and it was my first time in England.We had a party in a club.It was wonderful.Two months ago I came to study in England.I didn’t expect living in a city in England could be so much more expensive than in my home country in eastern Europe,and the weather here has surprised me,too.People drive on the left side rather than on the right.I am glad I am still alive because I still don’t know how to cross the street.The English buildings and sights are beautiful.I have never lived in a house before in my life.We always lived in flats,in a two bedroom flat on the fifth floor.If I stay here,it might be possible in the next 15 years to buy my own flat.

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