1.When does the plane take off?
A. At 18：15. B. At 10 to 9：00. C. At 8：15.
2. What are they doing?
A. They are doing an experiment.
B. They are listening to their teacher.
C. They are playing a game.
3.Where did this conversation most probably take place?
A. At a cinema. B. At home. C. At a restaurant.
4.What does the woman say about the term paper?
A. She will type it next week.
B. It took her an entire week to type it.
C. She still hasn’t finished it.
5.What can we learn from this conversation?
A. Tom is surprised at the woman’s call.
B. Tom feels sorry that he’s missed the woman’s party.
C. Tom complains about the woman’s call.
6.Why doesn’t the man book the seats downstairs?
A. Too expensive. B. Too close to the stage. C. Uncomfortable.
7.When does the man plan to see the performance?
A. Next Saturday. B. On October 21st. C. On October 25th.
8.How much does each upstair ticket cost?
9.What are the speakers probably doing according to the conversation?
A. Discussing a plan. B. Having an interview. C. Having a meeting.
10.How many sisters does the man at least have?
A. Two. B. Only one. C. Three.
11.What can you infer from th e woman’s last words?
A. The man is allowed to have the job.
B. The man is asked to go to college.
C. The man is refused to work in the college.
12.What is Miss Lan going to do in Ola city?
A. To be a doctor. B. To be a nurse. C. To be a teacher.
13.What worries Miss Lan so much?
A. The people in Ola are not friendly enough.
B. The work in Ola is hard to do.
C. She has no friends in Ola.
14.Which of the following is right?
A. Miss Lan will telephone Mr. Huang after she arrives in Ola.
B. Miss Lan will e- mail Mr. Huang after she arrives in Ola.
C. Miss Lan will send a letter to Mr. Huang after she arrives in Ola.
15.Why does the woman want to travel after graduation?
A. To enrich her experience.
B. To find a good job when travels back.
C. To see different places described in the books.
16.How can we suit the changing environment according to the woman?
A. We should be independent.
B. We should be willing to change.
C. We should get to know different people.
17.What will the woman learn while traveling?
A. To help people. B. To value people. C. To believe herself.
18.When does the course come during the first part of it?
A. On Tuesdays and Thursdays.
B. On Tuesday and Friday.
C. On Thursday and Friday.
19.How often will the class meet in the research lab?
A. Once a week. B. Twice a week. C. Every two weeks.
20.What might be chosen to decide one’s final grade?
A. Roleplays. B. Research paper. C. Class attendance.
M: When are you leaving?
W:I have bought the plane ticket. The plane takes off at 8：15 tomorrow.
M: Say good-bye then.
W: Peter, you mustn’t do the experiment like that. Our teacher told us to follow his instructions.
M: Thank you for telling me about that.
W: Waiter, a table for three, please!
M: Would you like to sit over there in the corner?
W: No problem. Please get it ready as soon as possible.
M:OK, just a moment.
M: Cindy, have you finished your term paper?
W: Finally I have done nothing else this week but type it.
W: Where were you yesterday, Tom?I called to ask you to come for dinner. It was my birthday yesterday.
M: What a pity! I would love to have come, but actually I had a picnic with my family the whole day.
M: I’d like to book a few seats for “Hamlet”, please.
W: Yes, sir.
M: Have you got any seats downstairs?
W: Yes, we have.
M: How much are they?
W: 3.75 each.
M: ﹩Are there any seats for﹩2.50?
W: Yes, there are—upstairs. How many?
M: Four, please.
W: For which night?
M: What about Saturday, October 21st?
W:I can give you four seats in Row 8.
M: How long will the perfo rmance last?
W: Two and a half hours.
M: Thank you. How much will that be in all?
W: Good morning! Have a seat.
M: Good morning! Thank you.
W:I have your letter here. Your name is Robert Martin, right?
M: That’s right.
W: And you hope to work here next month?
M: Yes, madam, if I can.
W: Fine. You finished high school a year ago. Why didn’t you go to college that year?
M: Well, I have a sister in college now, and there will be another one next year. So, I have to make a little money for us.
W: Good!It seems that you are a good young man. By the way, what’s your best lesson in high school?
M: Physics. I really enjoy it.
W: That’s fine. Have you discussed this with your parents?
M: Oh, sure. My parents said I should decide it myself.
W:OK, you can work here, but you’d better go to college if you have a chance. Good luck, young man!
M: Thank you, madam! Good-bye.
W: Mr. Huang, I’m going to teach in Ola ver y soon, perhaps next month.
M: Congratulations, Miss Lan!You should be happy. You see, Ola is a big city; there are a lot of interesting things to see.
W: Yes, that’s why I’ve come to you. I have mixed feelings, you see, I’m excited but I’m also a bit worried.
M: What bothers you?
W: You see it’s this: someone told me that people from Ola look down upon people from other places. Is this true?
M: Oh, yes. Some people do. I hate this kind of attitude, I’m sure not everyone in Ola is like that. Do you look down upon others in the class?
W: Of course not! I often help them. And I’ve learned a lot from the people coming from other places. They are all hard-working. Most of them are talented.
M: Anyway, you will start a new life in a beautiful city.
W: Yes. I feel excited. I’ll e-mail to you when I settle down.
M: Thank you. Then goodbye and good luck!
M: Maria. What can you tell us about your plans for the future?
W: Well, I’ve been considering taking a year out after I graduate. You know, maybe travel around the world and see some different countries.
M: What do you hope to gain from traveling?
W: I’ve always been interested in seeing different places, and experiencing different cultu res, so it will give me a chance to experience these things at first hand rather than read about them in a book. But I also think that the experience I gain will help me find a good job when I come back.
M: Can you explain why you think traveling will help you find a job?
W: Well, the way I see it, a modern business environment is changing. Therefore, to be successful in one’s life, it is important to be able to accept changes.
M: What do you mean?
W:I mean that you should be willing to change your attitudes, and even working habits to suit the ever changing environment. And if you’ve spent some time traveling, it means that you have to get used to different ideas and ways of doing things, as well as simpler things, such as food and climate.
M: Er...It sounds reasonable.
W: I also believe that traveling will teach me to be independent, as well as to value other people.
M: Why do you believe traveling will help you to value other people?
W: As you know, when you’re traveling you can’t get help from your family, so you have to depend on your friends, or even turn to unknown people.
M: Oh, I see. You’re right, Maria.
Hello, everyone. My name’s Karl Roberts, and I’ll be your teacher of this course, Language and Culture.
To begin with, please take a look at the teaching programme in front of you. As you should all know by now, this course is given on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3:15 to 4:50 in the afternoon. We will be meeting in this room for the first half of the course, but we will be using the research lab every other week on Friday in Room 405 during the last two months of the course.
Uh, this is the text for this lesson, Beyond Language. Unfortunately, the books haven’t come in yet, but I was told that you should be able to buy them at the bookstore the day after tomorrow. Again, as you see on your course outline, the grade is determined by your performance in the midterm and final exams, classroom tests, and on your research work.
My office hours are from 9:00 to 12:00 on Wednesdays, and you can set up a date to meet me at other times as well.
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