1.What does the woman mean?
A.She couldn’t tell him the truth.
B.She is not hungry. C.She is very hungry.
2.Where are the speakers?
A.In a museum. B.At a concert. C.In a movie.
3.How long did he wait?
A.An hour. B.Fifteen minutes. C.Twenty minutes.
4.What is John going to do?
A.Stay at home watc hing TV. B.Go to the film. C.Go out for supper.
5.What did the man say about the final exam?
A.He will correct papers.
B.He will collect papers.
C.The assistant will correct papers.
6.What does one need to do if he wants to join the library?
A.He needs to writ e down his name and address.
B.He needs to show some kind of identification with his name and address on it.
C.He needs to give his address.
7.Why does the woman want to borrow some books?
A.She wants to read them and enjoy herself.
B.She wants some books to read on holiday this weekend.
C.She enjoys reading and can’t live without books.
8.What does the woman show at last?
A.Her driving license. B.Her bankbook. C.H er passport.
9.Where can the man get money?
A.From the Dunnes Stores.
B.From the Allied Irish Bank.
C.From the Bank of Ireland.
10.Which of the following statements is true?
A.The Bank of Ireland is near the Dunnes Stores.
B.It is about ten minutes’ walk to the bank.
C.The man isn’t familiar with the area.
11.What will the woman do at the end of the conversation?
A.She will help the man to get money from the bank.
B.She will draw a map for the man.
C.She will show him the way to the bank.
12.Which word can best describe the woman?
13.What does the man want to do?
A.He wants to help her with her work.
B.He wants to talk to her.
C.He wants her to help him.
14.What is the woman busy working on?
A.Her history paper.B.Her biology paper.
C.Her test paper.
15.What did the professor tell the woman to do?
A.The professor told her to cut down 10 pages.
B.The professor asked her to add another 10 pages to her paper.
C.The professor wanted her to hand in her paper of over 10 pages on Friday.
16.What does the woman worry about?
A.Her weight. B.Her health. C.Her work.
17.What do you think the woman is going to do?
A.She may buy a dancing machine to lose weight.
B.She will walk for an hour every day to keep fit.
C.She is going to dance with the man to keep her healthy.
18.What was Mr Hill?
A.A farmer. B.A businessman. C.A shopkeeper.
19.Why did Mr Hill’s chickens lay hardly any eggs in summer?
A .Because it was cold.
B.Because it was very noisy.
C.Because it was very hot.
20.Why was Mr Hill not interested in the owner’s suggestion?
A.Because it was quite cool in his own house.
B.Because his wife couldn’t lay any eggs for him.
C.Because he only thought of how to make hens lay more eggs.
M:Would you like something to eat?
W:To tell the truth, I’m starving.
W:The piano sounds terrible.
M:I wish I could ask for my money back. This performance is really a bad one.
M:You’re late. Why did you keep me waiting for twenty minutes?
W:Sorry, because of traffic jam.
M:Well. Don’t be late next time.
W:Are you going to watch TV at home after supper, John, or would you like to go to see a film with me?
M:Thanks, but I can’t. Anyway, I’ve already seen the film you refer to at the cinema.
M:My teaching assistant will correct the final exam papers and I’ll grade them.
W:Sorry,I have trouble hearing in the back of the room.W hat did you say?
M:Good morning, can I help you?
W:Yes, I’d like to join the library. We’ re new to the district, you see.
M:Well, all we need is some sort of identification with your name and address on it.
W:Oh dear. We just moved, you see, and everything has my old address.
M:A driving license, perhaps?
W:No, I don’ t drive.
M:Your husband would do.
W:Yes, but his license will still have the old address on it.
M:Perhaps you have a letter addressed to you at your new house?
W:No,I’m afraid n ot. We’ve only been there a few days, you see, and no one’s written to us yet.
M:What about your bankbook?
W:That’s just the same. Oh dear, and I did want to get some books out this weekend. We’ re going on holiday after the move, you see, and I wanted to take something with me to read.
M:Well,I’m sorry. What about your passport?
W:What? Oh yes, how silly of me. I’ve got a new one and it does have our new address. I’ve just been to book our tickets so I have it on me. Just a minute. Here you are.
M:Thank you. Well, that’s all right.
M:Can you tell me how to reach the bank,please?
W:Which bank?There are two:the Allied Irish Bank and the Bank of Ireland.
M:I have an AIB pass card and I want to get money from the bank.
W:You need to go to the Allied Irish Bank which is near the local shopping center,Dunnes Stores.
M:How do I get there?I have no knowledge of this area.
W:Cross the road and turn left at the other side.Walk a long the footpath until you reach the traffic lights.You will see a shopping center on the right hand side.Walk across the road and turn right after the shopping center.Keep going straight for about 100 metres and the bank is to your left.
M:It sounds a little bit difficult.How far is it from here?
W:It’s not so difficult.It’s about five minutes’walk from here.I can draw a map for you if you wish.
M:Oh,I would really appreciate that.
M:I see you are busy right now, Sue. As soon as you finish, I’d like to talk to you for a few minutes.
W:That’ s OK. Come on in.
M:Oh, no, I don’t want to interrupt you. I can wait. I’ll come back later.
W:I’m afraid it’s going to be a long wait! I’m working on my history paper.
M:History paper? I thought you’d finished it. Didn’t you turn it in on Friday?
W:Uh - huh. But the professor just returned it to me. I was told to add ten more pages.
M:Ten more pages! Th at’s quite a lot. How are you going to do it?
W:That’s what I am trying to figure out. Now what can I do for you?
W:You see, I’m getting much fatter than before. I’m always worried I’ve no idea how to lose weight.
M:You should do some exercise every day. That is the best way to keep you healthy and strong.
W:You know, I don’t want to move about at all.
M:You’d better not watch too much TV. Recently, dancing machines have been popular in China. I suggest buying one.
W:What is the dancing machine?
M:Oh, you may see one in shopping centres. It’s easy to learn how to use it. What you ought to do is to dance on such machines with loud disco music, stepping forward and backward, left and right according to the directions on TV, as if you are really dancing.
W:That sounds interesting! But is it useful to help me keep fit?
M:Sure. When you finish dancing, you’ll be out of breath.
W:Where can I find one?
M:You may go to the Friendship Store.
W:Is it expensive?
M:I don’ t think so. It only costs 800 yuan.
W:All right. I’d like to buy one.
Mr Hill was a chicken farmer. He had hundreds of chickens,and sold their eggs and their meat and got quite a lot of money from them, but he lived in a very hot part of the country, and he found that his hens hardly laid any eggs in summer. So he decided to put airconditioning into his chicken house so that the hens would lay eggs wel l throughout the whole year and in that way he could get more eggs and earn more money. The owner of the company which sold the airconditioning c ame to see him and when he saw Mr Hill’s house, he thought that he might be able to persuade him to buy some airconditioning for that too.“Your wife would be much happier and more comfortable then,”he said to Mr Hill.But Mr Hill was not interested.“My wife doesn’t lay eggs, ”he said.
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