1.What season is it now?
2.What does the woman mean?
A.She doesn’t have a bike.
B.Her mother made up the story.
C.She didn’t tell the man the truth.
3.What is the woman most probably?
A.A clerk.B.A librarian.C.A waitress.
4.Where is the woman going for holiday this year?
5.What does the man mean?
A.He doesn’t want the woman to open the window.
B.He has caught a cold.
C.It’s too cold outside.
6.What’ s the weather like?
A.Warm and sunny. B.Cold and cloudy.
7.Who will drive the man to work?
A.The man himself. B.The woman.
8.When is it now?
A.In the morning. B.At home.
C.In the evening.
9.When are they going to meet?
A.On Wednesday morning.
B.On Friday evening.
C.On Wednesday evening.
10.What is the probable job of the woman?
A.A film star. B.A musician.
C.A football player.
11. What are they g oing to do?
A.To see a film.
B.To ha ve dinner together.
C.To enjoy a concert.
12.Where does this conversation most probably take place?
A.At the woman’s home.
B.At a museum of art.
C.At the man’s home.
13.Where did the woman buy the prints?
A.In Boston.B.In New York.
C.In a European city.
14.What is the woman going to do?
A.Make another museum tour.
B.Organize an exhibition of art.
C.Visit some Europea n painters.
15.What is the woman doing?
A.She is having a job interview.
B.She is interviewing a famous sports star.
C.She is making a selfintroduction in public.
16.Why was the woman out of school for half a year during high sc hool?
A.Because she was badly ill.
B.Because she had to act in a film.
C.Because her father took her to America.
17.What parttime job did the woman do at college?
A.A designer.B.A teacher.
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18.What percent of the fouryear schools began as public agricultural colleges in America?
A.About 1/4. B.About 1/24.
19.When was the idea of the land grant college developed?
B.More than 100 years ago.
C.About 200 years ago.
20.What do we know about the international students this year at the College of Agricultural Sciences?
A.There are 5 graduate students altogether.
B.Most of them are from Africa,Asia and Europe.
C.There are 205 international students.
W:Oh, my god! Look at that man.
W:He’s swimming in the cold sea. He must be very strong.
M:Sure he is. Winter swimming is good for your health, I hear.
M:I asked your mother about your bike accident. She didn’t know anything about it.
W:That’s because I made it up.
W:Shall I take your coat?
W:Would you like something to drink before you order your meal, sir?
M:Yes, please. Can I see the wine list?
M:Are you going on holiday with your sister again this year?
W:Yes, she comes home from Canada tomorrow, and then we’re going away next week.
M:Where are you going?
W:I’ve booked a hotel in Turkey. My sister wants to go to Italy again, so I hope she doesn’t mind.
W:Could I open the window?
M:Well, I’d rather you didn’t if y ou don’t mind. It’s quite windy outside. Just leave the door open. Would that be all right?
W:What a cold day! The weatherman says there will be a snowstorm today. You’ d better wear warm clothes, dear.
M:I don’ t believe the weatherman anymore. Last week he said there would be clear skies but it rained all week.
W:All right. Go ahead and catch cold. In winter, that always means that it is going to snow.
M:It doesn’ t make any difference. Fred is driving me to work.
W:Just the same, you have to go out for lunch.
M:By that time, this storm will have stopped. Look! It’s partly sunny already.
W:No, it’ s partly cloudy. Here are your overcoat and boots.
M:Hello. Is that Jean?
M:There is a really good film on at the cinema this week.It’s called “Sounds Forever”. Would you like to come and see it with me on Wednesday evening?
W:No. I’m afraid I can’t. I’m going to play at a concert at London University on Wednesday.
M:What about Friday then?
W:That would be great. Yes, I’d love to.What time does it start?
M:At 7:00 pm. Would you like to go for a drink first?
W:Yes, fine. Is six o’clock OK? We can meet outside the cinema.
M:OK. See you on Friday then. Bye.
W:The walls in your room were dull and lifeless, so I covered them with these prints.
M:Oh, I like this one. Where did you buy it?
W:At the Museum of Modern Art in New York. The Art History Department recently organized a special museum tour there.
M:Is this a copy of something in the museum collection?
W:Yes, it’s a print of a painting by Georgia O’Keefe called “Lake George Window”.
M:It looks more like a photograph. Is the Art History Department planning another museum tour?
W:Yes, the next one is a special exhibit of European painters at the Museum of Find Out In Boston. I think I will sign up for that one. Maybe I will even come back with prints to cover the bare walls of my room.
W:Hello! Glad to meet you.
M:Tell me something about yourse lf, please.
W:My name is Wan Mei and I live in Guangzhou. I was born in 1987. I am a student of Jinan University. I have ma jored in Public Administration, I like travelling very much and enjoy sports. I am in the tennis club at my university.
M:Your application form says you were out of school for half a year during high school. What was the reason? Were you ill?
W:Oh. no. My father’s job took him to America for six months then, and he decided to take the whole family along.
M:So during that t ime you went to high school in the United States?
W:Yes, it was just for a few months.I attended Johnson High School in Chicago.
M:Tell me why you are interested in working for this company, will you?
W:I think working in this company would give me the best opportunity to use what I’ ve learned at college, studying public administration for four years. I t hink this company has a great future. So for a long time I’ve been thinking I’ d like to work for this company.
M:Have you ever worked during your university days?
W:Yes. I worked as a teacher to teach English to a middle school student.
M:There’ s a good chance for you to come to work for this company. Thank you for coming. Goodbye!
The United States Department of Education says there are more than 2,400 American colleges and universities. About one hundred of these fouryear schools began as public agricultural colleges, and continue to teach agriculture. They are called land grant colleges or universit ies. Federal land grants supported the building of most of the major state universities in the United States. The idea of the land grant college was developed more than 100 years ago by Congressman Justin Smith Morrill of Vermont. In 1862, he wrote bills to create such a college in each state. Almost 200 international students are studying this year in the College of Agricultural Sciences at Penn State. All but five are graduate students. University officials say most international students in the College of Agricultural Sciences are from Africa, Asia and Europe. They are studying animal science, plant science, economics, and food science.