1.What is the probable relationship between the two speakers?
A.Teacher and student. B.Classmates. C.Mother and son.
2.What is the man’s major?
A.Geography. B.Biology. C.English.
3.What does the man advise the woman to do?
A.Go there on foot. B.Take a bus or a taxi. C.Take the subway.
4.What can Mr. White most probably be?
A.A salesman. B.A policeman. C.A repairman.
5.What does the man mean?
A.They don’t have to pay for the magazine.
B.The woman can read the magazine on the train.
C.There is no time to buy a magazine.
6.Where does the conversation take place?
A.In a hotel. B.In a travel agency. C.In a company.
7.What are they talking about?
A.The man’s hobby. B.Tour information. C.Hotel service.
8.How many days ahead does the man need to book?
A.2 days. B.3 days. C.4 days.
9.Why can’t the man find Susan’s house?
A.He hasn’t been told how to get there.
B.He has forgotten to bring the map Susan gave him.
C.He has arrived at a wrong place.
10.Where is the bank?
A.It is next to the bus stop.
B.It is on the corner beside the bus stop.
C.It is on the corner across the street.
11.Where is Susan’s house?
A.It is the seventh house from the corner on the man’s right.
B.It is the seventh house from the corner on the man’s left.
C.It is the seventeenth house from the corner on the man’s right.
12.Where are the speakers talking to each other?
A.On the Internet.
B.Somewhere before a computer.
C.In a computer store.
13.How much will the man pay for two cameras?
A.1,500. B.1,800. C.1,650.
14.Which of the following is right according to the conversation?
A.People can only use credit cards while shopping on the Internet.
B.Shopping on the Internet is easier than that in the stores.
C.Most people prefer the Internet shopping only because of the lower prices.
15.What did the woman do a few days ago?
A.She had a false tooth taken out.
B.She had her teeth examined.
C.She had a false tooth fitted.
16.What caused the woman’s toothache?
A.The tooth didn’t fit quite right.
B.She didn’t take good care of the tooth.
C.She often ate sweets.
17.What time did the doctor ask the woman to get there?
A.After 11:00. B.No later than 11:00. C.At 11:00 sharp.
18.What is the talk mainly for?
A.A report. B.Pleasant news. C.A welcome.
19.Where does the university lie?
A.In America. B.In India. C.In England.
20.What can we learn from what the speaker said?
A.Bradford supplies you with good situation.
B.The university is the best of all.
C.You can only take English courses there.
W：I heard you got a full mark in your math exam. Congratulations!
M:Thanks! I’m sure you did a good job, too.
M:You know, I will be a teacher for geography.
W:I thought your major was biology.
W:How can I get to the shopping center from here?
M:You can take a bus or a taxi, but it isn’t too far to walk.
M：Hi, honey, our radio doesn’t work. What do you think I should do?
W:Why not call Mr. White? He may help us.
W:I have got time to buy a magazine, haven’t I?
M:The train is about to leave.
M:Hi, is this where I can get information on tours?
W:Yes, I can help you with that. What type of tour are you thinking about? There are some great city tours that are oneday or twoday overnight.
M:I think I’m interested in a hiking trip to the mountains. I’m big on nature. Are the overnight trips expensive?
W:Not at all. They are very reasonably priced, starting at 96 and up.
M:Do I need to book ahead?
W:Yes, this company requires that you book 48 hours ahead.
M:Great. Can I book that here at the hotel tour desk, or do I call the company directly?
W:I can book that for you. Just stop by when you’ve made a decision and I’ll take care of it for you.
M:That’s great. Thanks a lot for your help.
M:Hello, Susan, this is Jim. I’m calling from the bus stop at Pine Street. I’ve been searching for your house for about thirty minutes now, but I can’t seem to find it. I forgot to bring the map you gave me.
W:OK. Wait right where you are. I’ll come and get you.
M:That’s not necessary. If you tell me the direction once again, I’ll probably be all right this time.
W:OK. Can you see a bank on the corner?
M:Yes, there’s one across the street.
W:Well, cross the street and walk past the shoe shop. My house is the seventh house from the corner on your right.
M:OK. Thanks. I’m sure I’ll be able to find it this time.
W：What are you doing here?
M:I’m buying a camera.
W:On the computer?
M:Yeah, I like to shop on the Internet.
M:Sure, Internet shopping is great because it’s easy to compare prices, so you can save money. The camera I want costs 900 dollars, but I found it on the Internet only 750 dollars.
W:That’s a good deal—you save 150 dollars.
M:Yeah, and it’s a lot easier than shopping in the stores. You don’t have to leave your house. You just send in your credit card information and they send it to your house.
W:That’s true—but I’d rather pay cash than use my credit card. And I don’t like sending my credit card information over the Internet.
M：Good morning, Dr. Ellis’ Office.
W:This is Mrs. Jackson. May I speak to the doctor?
M:Mrs. Jackson, this is Dr. Ellis speaking. How’s that new tooth?
W:Not so good,doctor. That’s what I’m calling about. It just doesn’t seem to fit right.
M:Well, that’s to be expected during the first few days after it has been put in. Have you been leaving it in as I told you?
W:Well, it hurts so much, doctor, especially when I eat.
M:I understand, Mrs. Jackson. It hurts in the beginning, I know. But it’s really better to leave it in, except when you clean it, of course.
W:Well, it hurts so much that I just couldn’t stand it any longer.
M:Well, maybe we can set it right a little more.
W:Set it right?
M:Yes. When can you come here?
W:Oh, right away, doctor, if you don’t mind.
M:Let me see. Can you get here by 11:00?
W:Oh, yes, doctor. I can make it. Thank you. See you then.
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