听下面5段对话。每段对话后有一个 小题，从题中所给的A、B、C三个选项中选出最佳选项，并标在试卷的相应位置。听完每段对话后，你都有10秒钟的时间来回答有关小题和阅 读下一小题。每段对话仅读一遍。
1.What is the man?
A.A salesman.B.A fisherman.
2. How long is the post office open on Saturdays?
A.For 3 hours. B.For 5 hours.
C.For 8 hours.
3.Why can’t the woman play her records?
A.Because she’s broken them.
B.Because she’s left them in the cafe.
C.Because she’s forgotten where she put them.
4.Where does the conversation most likely take place?
A.At a department store.
B.In a club.C.In the zoo.
5.What does the woman mean?
A.She likes the dinner but doesn’t like the soup.
B.She likes t he soup but doesn’t like the dinner.
C.She likes both the dinner and the soup.
6.In which country is the woman going to study?
A.Australia. B.Britain. C.America.
7.How does the woman feel about going abroad?
A.Happy. B.Calm. C.Disappointed.
8. What do we know about the woman?
A.She will stay abroad forever.
B.She will study economics in the university.
C.She has got a master’ s degree.
9.Where did the conversation probably take place?
A.At the woman’ s house. B.At a restaurant.
C.At the man’ s house.
10.What else does the man prefer to do after the meal?
A.To w atch TV. B.To smoke.
C.To drink some water.
11.What does the woman advise the man to do to be good at cooking?
A.Learn how to cook from her.
B. Get a book and do after it.
C.Take some courses on cooking.
12.Why did the woman call Mr.Johnson?
A.To introduce a job.
B.To set up a laboratory.
C.To go to a college.
13.How did the Job Center know Johnson was looking for a job?
A.Johnson phoned them.
B.Johnson emailed them.
C.Johnson telegrammed them.
14.What did Mr.Johnson decide?
A.To take the job. B.To talk to his wife.
C.To go to the Job Center tomorrow.
15.Where is the conversation taking place?
A．In the room. B．In the classroom.
C．In a snack bar.
16．Why does Bill sometimes get angry at the man?
A．He doesn’t tell truth.
B．He’s too noisy.
17．What did Bill do during the vacation?
A．He took a long trip．
B．He visited the man’s family
C．He stayed in the dorm．
18. Why is the speaker leaving for London?
A.To visit some museums.
B.To attend a conference.
C.To go on business.
19. What will the speaker do in London?
A.Meet his old teacher.
B.Study English literature.
C.See the dentist.
20.Who does the speaker want John to telephone?
A.Peter.B.The teacher.C.The dentist.
W:How long do you think it’ll take to fix it?
M:Hard to tell. Sometimes a few minutes and sometimes an hour or two.
W:Should I wait or come back later?
M:Suit yourself, but it’s probably better to come back later.
M:I hope that the post office is still open now.
W:Please look at the sign over there. It says: 9:00 a.m.to 5:00 p.m.weekdays; 9:00 a.m.to 12:00 noon Saturdays.
M:How about playing some of the records you bought this afternoon?
M:Well. What happened?
W:I put them on the bed where I could see them, then left to ha ve a drink and when I came back, I sat on them.
M:The children would like to watch the panda a little while longer.
W:OK. Let’s stay a little longer and have a good time here.
W:This is the best dinner I’ve ever had.
M:How about the soup then?
W:I’ve never tasted anything better.
M:Helen, you must be excited at going abroad.
W:Yeah, I’ve been looking forward to it for ages.
M:What do your classmates think of it?
W:They give me a lot of congratulations.
M:How long will you study there?
W:Oh, maybe three years. I’ll study and get the master’s degree first, and then I’ll decide whether I will stay there or come back.
M:Which university will you go to?
W:The University of Chicago. My major is economics.
M:Jessica, what a wonderful dinner! That’s the best meal I’ ve had for a long time.
W:Oh, thank you!
M:Shall I help you with the dishes?
W:Oh, don’t bother. I’ll do with them myself later. Hey, would you like me to make some coffee?
M:Thanks a lot, I’ d love some. Uh, would you mind if I smoked?
W:Not in the slight est. Here is the ashtray.
M:Thanks very much... Oh, Jessica, I didn’t realize you were such a good cook.
W:Well, telling you now, I’ ve only just learned how,you know, it’ s because I’ ve taken some courses on cooking.
M:But I am not good at cooking.
W:You’d better take a couple of classes on cooking.
W: Hello, may I speak to Mr.Johnson, please?
M:Speaking. Who’s calling, may I ask?
W:This is the Town Job Center. We’ve received your email and we have a job you may be interested in.
M:Can you tell me about it? What kind of job? Where?
W:Well, a college wants to hire some laboratory assistants. It’s the kind of job you would like to do,according to your email.
M:Yes, I did put that in my email.
W:Yes. They also want a person who knows how to operate computers, so we think you are just the right person for the position.
M:What about the pay and the hours?
W:Let me check that. The pay they are offering is quite satisfactory,but the work hours are a bit irregular. Sometimes early in the morning, and sometimes late in the afternoon.
M:Well. I am still interested in it,but I need some more details so that I can talk it over with my wife.
W: Why don’t you come here tomorrow?
M: OK, I’ll do that. See you tomorrow morning then. Bye!
W:Let’s go in here and order some coffee while we look at your pictures．
M：Good idea. We both like coffee. OK, here is one of my roommates—Bill. I took this picture right after we arrived at school this fall. We have just met in fac. And this was our room in the dorm while we were unpacking all of our things. What a mess!
W：You certainly had a lot of boxes. How did you ever find room for everything?
M：In the beginning we thought we’d never get it all arranged. But now we are very comfortable. Luckily, Bill keeps his things neat．
W：Do you like living in the dorm?
M：It’s not bad. Sometimes Bill turns his radio up too loud and makes too much noise. Then I get angry. Sometimes I leave my books and clothes lying around and he gets angry. But usually we get along well. Here is a picture of him taken when we went to visit my family during vacation．
W：And this last one?
M：That’s my dog, Alexander．
Well, John, I’ m trying to think what else I should be telling you. As you know, I’ m going to a conference in London. I hope to have a little time to look around. It’ s a great city! I do hope I can manage to get to at least some of the theatres and museums. I’ m looking forward to all the things I have to do at the conference, too. I’ m giving a paper on Tuesday, the 26th and there are a couple of really exciting events planned later in the conference program. I hope to meet up with an old teacher of mine at the conference. She taught English literature at my old high school and we’ ve kept in touch through letters over the years. She teaches now at the University of D urham,and I’ m really looking fo rward to seeing her again.
Would you do me a favour please? I haven’ t had time to cancel an appointment. It was made a long time ago and I forgot about it until this morning. It’ s with my dentist,for a checkup on Thursday, the 28th. Could you please call the dentist at 816 2525 and cancel the appointment for me? Thanks a lot, John.The last thing. When you leave the house, make sure the windows and doors are shut.Have fun! I’ll see you when I get back.This is your friend Peter, saying goodbye.