第一节(共5小题;每小题1. 5分，满分7. 5分)
例：How much is the shirt?
A. 19. 15. b. 9. 15. c. 9. 18.
1. Where is the woman from?
2. How many children does the woman have?
3. What does the woman suggest?
A. Going to town.
B. Seeing a movie.
C. Having a meal.
4. What is the woman going to do?
A. Stay for tea.
B. Buy some fruits.
C. Go back home.
5. What is the conversation mainly about?
A. The woman’s study.
B. The woman’s friend.
C. The woman’s trouble.
6. In which season does the conversation take place?
A. The spring.
B. The summer.
C. The autumn.
7. What is the man going to do next?
A. Go for a walk.
B. Take pictures.
C. Eat food.
8. What is the relationship between the two speakers?
9. What is the purpose of this talk?
A. To talk about the exam.
B. To introduce a professor.
C. To explain the arrangement.
10. When is the talk probably given?
A. At the beginning of the term.
B. In the middle of the term.
C. By the end of the term.
11. What will Professor Brown do next Thursday?
A. Organize the exam.
B. Attend a meeting.
C. Answer questions.
12. Where is the man going?
A. To a police station.
B. To a repair shop.
C. To a book store.
13. What is most probably a “town guide “in the conservatism?
A. A book.
B. A person.
C. A shop.
14. What is the conversation mainly about?
A. Buying some books.
B. Repairing a watch.
C. Finding a place.
15. Why does the woman come to the man?
A. To greet him.
B. To ask for information.
C. To talk about the neighbors.
16. Where are the two speakers?
A. In Atlanta.
B. In Chicago.
C. In New York.
17. What is the woman going to do this Saturday?
A. Drink tea.
B. Attend a party.
C. Meet old friends.
第三节(共3小题;每小题1. 5分，满分4. 5分)
||Number of Members
||Day of Meeting
1. C 2. B 3. C 4. B 5. A 6. A 7. C 8. A 9. C 10. B
11. C 12. B 13. A 14. C 15. A 16. B 17. B
M: Are you from England?
W: No, I’m from Audtralia. I’m going to Japan.
M: How many children do you have?
W: I have three, two boys and a girl.
M: Let’s go to the new movie in town.
W: Shall we eat first?
M: Can you stay for a tea?
W: I’d love to, but I have to buy some fruits before the kids get home.
M: How was your French going?
W: Very well. I’m making progress and I find it worth of time and trouble.
M: Mary, here we are.
W: Oh, Tony, this is a such beautiful place – the river, the grass, the flowers…
M: I know you love it. It’s a good place for a picnic.
W: Sure. It is wonderful. I can’t wait to take a walk and enjoy the spring.
M: Yeah, I know. And you can take many pictures.
W: Good idea. It’s really a lovely place. Just imagine bringing our kids here for the coming summer or autumn.
M: I’m sure they’ll enjoy themselves.
W: I think so. Tony, let’s take a walk now.
M: But darling, I’m a little bit hungry.
W: Oh, poor Tony. Do you want a sandwhich?
M: Yeah, and I hope we didn’t forget the beer.
W: Of course not. Here you are and try the sandwhich. It’s delicious.
M: In the last minutes, I’d like to tell you next week’s plan for my writing class. Because I’m going to attend a meeting in London, I won’t be here from Tuesday to Friday. Professor Brown is going to be with you. Remember next Friday you’ll have your mid-term exam. On Thursday you won’t have class as we usually do. Instead I’ve arranged a review section. You may either come to the class or stay at your dorm. But coming to the class would be a good idea if you‘re worried about the exam. Professor Brown will be be here to answer your questions. So, again remember: free choices next Thursday, mid-term exam Friday.
M: Excuse me, madam, could you tell me where I can have my watch fixed?
W: Let me think…well, there’s a shop not far from here. It does good repair work.
M: How could I get there?
W: Walk down the street, take the first turn on your left and walk about three blocks. It’s near the police station.
M: What’s the name of the shop?
W: Well, I can’t remember exactly, but I think town guide can be a help.
M: Town guide?
W: Yeah, yeah. It gives useful information on almost everything. Repair shops are listed. You’ll find it in any book store.
M: Thanks a lot. You’ve been very helpful.
W: My pleasure.
M: Let’s see you said the shop was three blocks on the right.
W: No, first turn on the left and then three blocks.
M: Thanks again.
W: Good morning, are you Mr. Smith?
W: I’m Susan Grant.Call me Susan. I live in a house next door.
M: Glad to meet you, Susan. Anything I can do for you?
W: We just moved here from Atlanta. I’m here to say hello.
M: Thank you. How do you like Chicago?
W: Oh, it’s very nice, but it was sad leaving our old friends.
M: We moved here last year from New York. I know how you feel.
W: It’s very kind of you to say so.
M: Well, the neighbours here are all friendly. I’ll be glad to introduce you to them.
W: Thank you very much.
M: We often have afternoon tea together on Tuesdays and parties on weekends.
W: Oh, really. That’s great.I love meeting new friends.
M: Ah, Susan, how about coming over to our party this Saturday, you and your family?
W: Thank you. We’d love to.
M: Hello, everyone. I’d like to make a brief introduction to the student clubs in our school. Let’s begin with our reading club. It was first started in 1968 and has 90 members now. Every Thuesday afternoon, they gather together to exchange their ideas on books. And you may join them to share your views. If you’re a musical lover, come to our music club. This club has a total of 85 members who usually meet on Saturday. Sometimes they go to concerts together. And sometimes they give performances themselves. But those who enjoy outdoor sports, Bicycle Club can be a good choice. Trips are usually organized on Wendesday and last at least two hours. Together with our 50 cyclists, you can not only see the beautiful nature but also make yourselves stronger. Of course there are also many other clubs in our school. For more information, go to the school website. 内容来自 听力课堂网：http://www.tingclass.net/show-8755-255837-1.html