1.What does the woman think of cloning?
A.It has no side effect at all.
B.It sh ould be strictly forbidden.
C.It may cause trouble for h umans.
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 peop le not to smoke.
C.Stop young people smoking.
4.What teacher 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.
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.
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.
12.What does the man want to drink?
A.Water. B.Tea. C.Coffee.
13.What is the man doing?
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.
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 att acked.
C.He was wearing a stocking.
17.What probably is the woman?
A.The man’s wife. B.A policewoman. C.T he man’s workmate.
18.Where is the speaker living now?
A.In a city in England.
B.In an eastern European country.
C.In a 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
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.
M:Hi,Mary.Very glad to see you here.
W:Hi,Robert,I’m gl ad to see you here,too.
M:Your bike is so beautiful.Where was it made?
W:Cigarette production should be considered illegal.Wouldn’t you agree with me?
M:Absolu tely,if no one produces them,people won’t smoke.That is for sure.
W:You are right.
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.
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.
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 tenpage 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.
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.
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?
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.
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 stocki ng ove r 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 d ropped me!
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 w as coming and it was my first time in England.We had a party in a club.It was wonderfu l.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.