1.How much should the man’s rent be?
2.Which is the quickest way to the airport?
3.Why does the woman want to change the shoes?
A.They are not the right color.
B.They are not the right style.
C.They are not the right size.
4.What does the woman imply?
A.She asked the man to call Jack late at night.
B.Jack gets home late in the evening.
C.It would be better to call another time.
5.What will Mr. White probably be?
A.A repairman.B.A salesman.
6.What does the woman want to do in Hong Kong?
A.To start her further education.
B.To start her career.
C. To start her English practicing.
7.How does the woman find English in Hong Kong?
A.Very important when you are walking in Hong Kong.
B.Very important in many international trade centers there.
C.Very important for you to live and work in Hong Kong.
8.What does the woman mean by saying “But I have to suffer now”?
A.I must put my whole heart into my study from now on.
B.But I want to give it up now.
C.I can’t deal with so many troubles now.
9.How long has the man stayed in the hotel?
A.About ten minutes.
B.Less than ten minutes.
C.More than a quarter.
10.Why does the man complain to the receptionist?
A.Something is wrong with his room.
B.Something is wrong with the water supply in his bathroom.
C.Some thing is wrong with the door of his bathroom.
11.What is the hotel badly short of according to the conversation?
B.Visitors and guests.
C.Money to hire more workers.
12.Who are the two speakers?
A.A team leader and a player.
B.A boss and an employee.
C.A teacher and a student.
13.What does Mr Strunk suggest?
A. He will choose her to be a leader.
B. He will give her a good lesson.
C. He will give her a higher pay.
14.How do you like the girl from the dialogue?
A. She is a kind person.
B. She is a hard-working person.
C. She is a lazy girl.
15.Which is the place the woman wants to visit?
A.National Cars Centre.
C.National Arts Centre.
16.Which of the following is TRUE?
A.The cinema is on King Street.
B.The place where the woman wants to go is right next to the cinema.
C.The place where the woman wants to go is just twelve minutes walk from here.
17.Where are the two speakers?
A.In a center. B.In the street. C.In a cinema.
18.What are the students going t o do on Wedne sday?
A.See a film.B.Play sports.C.Go sightseeing.
19.When are the students leaving for London?
20.What is the purpose of the man’s talk?
A.To welcome the students to the center.
B.To inform the students of the arrangements.
C.To tell the students the rules they should follow.
M:How much money will I have to spend to rent an apartment in America? I’ll only have $500 a month.
W:Your rent should be about a quarter of that.
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W:How can I get to the airport?
M:You can go there by underground, by bus o r by taxi. The underground is the quickest, but the bus is the cheapest.
W:May I change these shoes?
M:Why? Anything wrong?
W:No, nothing special. My daughter just doesn’t like the color.
M:I think I’ll give Jack a call now.
W:Isn’t it a little late at night?
M:My radio doesn’t work. What do you think I should do?
W:Why not call Mr. White?
M:Hi, Mary. Haven’ t seen you for ages!
W:Hi, Mr. Jones. Yes, it has been such a long time since we met!
M:Have you made up your mind to take up busine ss as a career?
W:Yes. Actually, I’ve already started. I began my studies at the beginning of this term.
M:Very glad to hear it. Then what are you going to do when you finish?
W:Oh, I shall go to Hong Kong to practice there.
M:That’s a good idea. It must be easy to find a job in Hong Kong.
W:Oh, I think so. You know there is a great deal of opportunities for business there.
M:And English is very useful in your job.
W:I think it will be very useful in many ways because there’s a lot about business written in English. Besides, Hong Kong is an international trade center. English is useful in a lmost all walks of life.
M:Then you’ll be a very promising businesswoman there.
W:That’s my wish. But I have to suffer now.
M:No problem. You can do it well, I’m sure.
W:I hope so.
W:Hello, is this the Reception Desk?
M:Yes, may I help you?
M:This is Henry Jones in Room 742. I checked in about ten minutes ago.
W:Ah, yes, Mr. Jones. How can I help you?
M:The bathroom is in an absolutely terrible condition. When I tried the shower, no water came out at all.
W:Oh, dear, I’m sorry to hear that. I’ll have it fixed immediately.
M:And that is not all. There is no soap, towel or toilet paper.
W:I apologize for this, Mr. Jones. We’ re rather short staffed at present. The housekeeper should have checked your room. We’ll attend to it as soon as possible. There’s been a misunderstanding.
M:That’s all right. The most important thing is to fix it as soon as possible.
W:You wanted to see me, Mr Strunk?
M:Yes, Lorraine,I did. I’d like to talk to you for a moment. I’m very pleased with your work.
W:Thank you, Mr Strunk. I like to do my best.
M:I’ve certainly noticed. You’re a very good employee. All your assignments are finished in a timely manner, and you’re a team player.
W:Well,Mr Strunk,I enjoy my work very much.
M:To show that I appreciate all your efforts ,I’m going to give you a raise. I hope you don’t object.
W:Of course not! Thank you for your vote of confidence.
W:Excuse me, sir.
W:Could you tell me how far it is to the National Arts Centre?
M:Yes. It’s quite near, about a ten-minute walk from here.
W:Could you tell me how to get there? I’m a tourist here.
M:Well, you walk down this street for two blocks to the traffic lights . Turn left and you will be on King Street. Walk straight along King Street, until you come to a cinema, the National Arts Centre is right opposite. You can’t miss it.
W:Wait a minute. I walk down this street two blocks to the traffic lights. Turn left and I will be on King Street. I walk straight along King Street, until I come to a cinema; the National Arts Centre is opposite.
W:Welcome, everyone. Welcome to Language International.My name is Emma Waston, and I am the center manager.I hope you’ll all have a wonderful stay here with us.This is Mr.Brown, our social organizer.
M:Thank you, Emma.Hello, everyone, I’m Jone Brow n.And it’s my job to make sure you hav e some fun while you are here.Now, this afternoon, we’ll go together on the walking tour of the city.And then on Wednesday afternoon, we are off to the sports center where you can play volleyball or football, use the gym, or go swimming to keep yourselves fit.And on Friday afternoon, we have a film club.This week’s film is Spider Man.On Saturday, we are going on a day trip to Oxford, leaving here at 8:30 in the morning.Please don’t be late,or we’ll go without you.And finally on Sunday, we are off to London, leaving at the same time.If there are any other things you’d like to do while you are here, just ask me. And I will see if I can help.
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