1.When did Jim wish these two people to be at his house?
A. Before five o’clock.
B. At five o’clock.
C. Any t ime between five and five thirty.
2.Where does the conversation take place?
A. In a hotel. B. On the phone. C. On a bus.
3.What did you learn about the woman?
A. She doesn’t understand the question.
B. She will not lend him the money.
C. She will lend him the money.
4.What does the man mean?
A. The man forgets to wear his new shirt.
B. The new shirt doesn’t fit him.
C. He has no chance to wear his new shirt.
5.Which statement is RIGHT?
A. Bob is leaving for Hong Kong.
B. Tom wants to meet Bob on Saturday.
C. Bob wants to meet Tom today.
6.When does the conversation most likely take place?
A. Spring. B. Winter. C. Fall.
7.How will the weather be later?
A. N ice and bright. B. Cloudy and rainy. C. Windy and colder.
8.What was the temperature yesterday?
A.-5℃. B.-10℃. C.-15℃.
9.What time will they go to National Park in the morning?
A. At six. B. At eight. C. At seven.
10.Who will go to buy a roast duck?
A. Tom. B. Tess. C. Jack.
11.Why can’t the man tell Jack and Mary about the outing?
A. Because he doesn’t know them.
B. Because he must get his birthday party ready.
C. Because he is going to join a party.
12.What does the woman think of the cinema?
A. Terrified. B. Dirty. C. Very hot.
13.How long did the film last?
A. One hour and a half.
B. Two hours.
C. Three hours.
14.What can you learn from the conversation?
A. The man enjoyed the film more than the book.
B. The woman thinks the film was as good as the book.
C. The woman enjoyed the book more than the film.
15.Why does the man go to see the woman?
A. Because he will go back to England.
B. Because his son will go back to England.
C. Because he is concerned about his son’s studies.
16.What suggestion does the man give?
A. To leave his son in China.
B. To hire a Chinese teacher.
C. To take along some homework.
17.How about the boy’s Chinese?
A. He is a little weak in it.
B. He is good at it.
C. He is not good at it.
18.What news event is being reported?
A.A bomb threat at a hospital.
B.A flood at a school.
C.A fire at a building.
19.How did the dog help rescue this person?
A. By attractin g people’s attention by barking.
B. By pulling the person to safety.
C. By comforting the person until help came.
20.What is the current medical condition of the survivors?
A. Critical but stable. B. Serious. C. Good.
M: Aren’t we supposed to be at Jim’s house by five o’clock?
W: Five or five-thirty. He said it didn’t make any difference.
W: Hi, I’m calling about the three-bedroom house you said in yesterday’s paper. It sounds really nice.
M: It is, especially if you have children.
M: Can you possibly lend me $10 until payday?
W: It’s out of the question.
W: Have you had a chance to wear your new shirt yet?
M: That reminds me. I’ve been meaning to exchange it for a large size.
W: Are you really leaving for Hongkong, Bob?
M:I gu ess so. I’ve got my ticket and I am anxious to see Tom there on Saturday.
M: How is the weather today?
W: Nice and bright, not too cold.
M: Much better than yesterday, isn’t it?
W: Yes. But it may be windy and colder later.
M:I don’t mind as long as it doesn’t snow.
W: What was the temperature yesterday?
M: It was five below.
W:I guess the lake is covered with ice. Skating today would be nice.
M: But I don’t think the ice is strong enough yet. It might be dangerous.
W: Perhaps you are right. I hope for colder weather.
M:I also hope.
M: Hi, Tess. What are you going to do tomorrow?
W: Hi, Tom. I don’t have much to do. Why?
M: Shall we go for a picnic tomorrow? Let’s go to National Park. It’s beautiful there.
W:A good idea. When shall we start?
M: At six in the morning. I’ve got some drinks and several kinds of food.
W: Good. I’ve just bought some bread. And I’ll go to buy a roast duck. We’ll certainly have a good time.
M: Wonderful. Shall we ask Jack and Mary?
W: OK! They are free tomorrow, too. I think they would be glad to go with us. Will you tell them about it?
M: I’m sorry. I am going to a birthday party this evening .So it would be kind of you to do it.
W: All right.
W: Oh, it’s so nice to be out of the cinema. It was so hot there. I thought I’d melt.
M: Terrible, wasn’t it? Well, what did you think of Out of Africa? Do you think it was as good as the review said?
W: It was a good film, but not as good as the book. I think some of the story was missing in the film.
M: Yes, but you couldn’t possibly fit everything that happens in a 200-page novel into a 2-hour film. There simply isn’t time.
W: I know, but the director should at least have tried to follow the story.
M: Well, perhaps he thought he was improving the story.
W: Perhaps he did ,but I just don’t think a film director has the right.
M: Good morning, Miss Smith. I’m sorry to trouble you.
W: Good morning, not at all. Please be seated. What can I do for you?
M: It’s about my son.
W: He isn’t in trouble. I hope he’s doing well in all his lessons. He’ll do well in the exams.
M: Except in Chinese. I’m afraid. He says that he is a little weak in Chinese.
W: Is he? I’m sorry to hear that.
M: That’s why I’ve come to see you. I’m worried about his Chinese. He may fall behind the others when he comes back.
W: What do you mean?
M: We’ll go back to London for a holiday for two months. We haven’t been back for three years.
W:I see. I think that maybe his Chinese teacher can give him some homework to do during the holiday. He won’t fall too far behind the others when he comes back.
This is Bob Smith from Channel 13 News.
I’m at the scene of an unusual rescue that occurred earlier today involving a fire, a 3-month-old baby, and the
baby’s dog, Lucky. Uh, the fire broke out at the three-story building behind me. Uh, unfortunately, we’re not
able to get any closer because of the possibility of an explosion. Uh, however, witnesses say that they noticed fire
coming from the building earlier this morning.
It was believed that everyone had been moved to safety; however, one of the residents, Susan O’Connor, when she had returned and noticed the fire, was frightened, realizing that her 3-month -old baby was still inside. However, witnesses report seeing the dog, uh, the family dog, pulling the baby to safety by, uh, the baby’s clothes.
Fortunately, everyone is reported fine. The baby was taken to the hospital, uh, as well as the dog, but we’re happy to say that at this time, it looks like everyone, uh, will be fine. This is Channel 13 News.
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