1.What can we learn about Mr. Johnson?
A. He will get angry at the parking ticket.
B. He is looking for a parking ticket.
C. He has to buy a parking ticket.
2.How many girls are there in the man’s class?
A.27. B.30. C.23.
3.What ’s the woman probably doing?
A. Reading a newspaper.
B. Buying a new TV set.
C. Watching a movie.
4.What do we know about the man?
A. He expects to hear from his brother.
B. His birthday is two weeks away.
C. He is sure of a present from his brother.
5.Where does this conversation most probably take place?
A. In a bank. B. In a hotel. C. In a park.
6.When does this conversation take place?
A. At the beginning of the term.
B. At the end of the school year.
C. In the middle of the summer vacation.
7.Where do Bob and Ellen want to go?
A. To a movie at the student center.
B. To an opera at a concert hall.
C. To a popular music concert.
8.What are they going to do first?
A. To buy two tickets.
B. To have supper.
C. To go to the concert.
9.How did the man get the tickets?
A. By asking for the m from a friend.
B. By lining up in front of the ticket office.
C. By buying them from someone who changed his mind.
10.What can you learn about the exhibition?
A. It is very popular with the people.
B. It is so boring that one can easily get a ticket.
C. It is good but few people like to see it.
11.What’s the probable result of the conversation?
A. The two speakers will go to the exhibition together.
B. The man will go there wit h someone else.
C. The woman will go there with someone else.
12.Why does the man call the company?
A. He needs opportunities to travel.
B. He wants to tell them he likes the job.
C. He wants to know more information about the job.
13.What should a marketing assistant do at the very beginning?
A. Attend meetings instead of the boss.
B. Do market research and write reports.
C. Travel to different cities to collect information.
14.What do we know about the man?
A. He will be employed by the company.
B. He is expecting an answer from th e company.
C. He knows a marketing assistant is wanted after the call.
15.Where are they planning to go in the morning?
A. To a zoo. B. To an art museum. C. To the seashore.
16.Why does the woman want to go shopping instead?
A. To buy some clothes.
B. To meet her friend there.
C. To buy a gift for her friend.
17.What are they talking about?
A.A city guide. B.A shopping center. C.A travel plan.
18.What does Mary do exactly?
A. She is a student counselor.
B. She is a school doctor.
C. She is the headmaster of a school.
19.Which of the following is the most typical of students’ problems?
A. Play computer games.
B. Medical problem.
C. Difficulty in making friends.
20.When does Mary work in her office every week?
A. In the evenings.
B. At weekends.
C. On weekdays.
M: Mr. Johnson has a parking ticket on his car.
W: Don’t tell him about it. He’ll be cross with it. Let him discover it himself.
W: Are there more boys than girls in your class?
M: Yes. There are 50 students in my class and there are 27 boys.
M: This TV set is getting worse and worse. Now it doesn’t work at all.
W: Here’s an advertisement about a big TV sale. There might be some good price in it.
W: If I’m not mistaken, your birthday is coming up. Has your brother sent you anything?
M: Not yet. He never forgets though.
M:I want a bank to change my money.
W: There is one on the ground floor of our hotel. But it opens from Monday to Friday. Today is Sunday.
M: Hey, Ellen, how are you?
W: I’m fine, Bob. Aren’t you glad that the term is over?
M: Yeah. Are you going to the rock concert tonight?
W:I haven’t thought much about it. Are you?
M: Sure. Would you like to go with me?
W: Sounds like fun.
M: It’s time for supper. Why don’t we go out to dinner together first?
W: That’s a good idea. Let’s go now!
M: Hi, I got them, two tickets to the French painting exhibition.
W: You are kidding. How did you do it?
M:I went out at three in the morning and lined up. I was surprised there were already a lot of people ahead of me.
W: You should get the tickets.
M: If you are free tomorrow, would you like to come with me?
W: Wonderful! Thank you very much.
M: Don’t mention it. I know you’re an art lover.
W: Good morning, Sales and Marketing, may I help you?
M: Hello, I’m interested in the job you’ve advertised for a marketing assistant.
W: Certainly, sir. Can I take your name?
M: My name’s Sam Blunt.
W: Well, Mr. Blunt, what would you like to know?
M: First of all, about the duties.
W: Well, you have to carry out market research. You will mainly be responsible for collecting the information and writing reports.
M: Oh, sounds interesting. Will there be opportunities to travel?
W: Not at first, but after you’ve been with the company for about six months you’ll be expected to attend meetings in the branches in different cities.
M:OK, that’s fine, thank you. I’ve already sent my application form in, so I’m looking forward to hearing from you.
W: Thank you for your interest, Mr. Blunt, and if you have any more questions please call me any time.
M:I will do. Thank you very much. Bye.
W: Bye, Mr. Blunt.
M: So, what do you want to do tomorrow?
W: Well, let’s look at this city guide here. Uh, here’s something interesting. Why don’t we first visit the Art Museum in the morning?
M: Okay. I like that idea. And where do you want to have lunch?
W: How about going to an Indian restaurant? The guide recommends one downtown a few blocks from the museum.
M: Now that sounds great. After that, wh at do you think about visiting the zoo? Well, it says here that there are some unique animals not found anywhere else.
W: Well, to tell the truth, I’m not really interested in going there. Yeah. Why don’t we go shopping instead? There are supposed to be some really nice places to pick up some bargain clothes.
M: Nah, I don’t think that’s a good idea. We only have a few traveler’s checks left, and I only have fifty dollars left in cash.
W: No problem. We can use YOUR credit card to pay.
M: Oh, no. I remember the last time you used MY credit card for YOUR new clothes.
W: Oh, well. Let’s take the subway down to the seashore and walk along the beach.
M: Now that sounds like a wonderful plan.
Mary works at a university as a student counselor. Students can come and see her if they need help or advice. The following is what Mary said about her job.
“I’m here every day during the week, and my colleague is here in the evenings and at weekends. There’s also an emergency telephone number at night.”
“Students come to me with all kinds of problems. A lot of them are worried about their studies and their exams; some want help with financial or legal problems, usually connected with renting flats and houses. Sometimes they want to talk about medical problems and for some reason they don’t want to see their doctors. The biggest problem, though, is loneliness. Universities are exciting places, but a lot of students find it difficult to make friends. They miss their families and friends and feel lost in this new environment. My job is to listen and try to understand what they’re feeling. But, of course, I also give practical advice when it’s needed.”
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