1.Who is answering the phone?
A.Elaine.B.Allan Mac Farlane.
2. What happened to the driver?
A.He ran into a bicycle.
B.He drove too slowly.
C.He ran into a tree.
3.What can we learn from the dialogue?
A.They like summer.
B.They don’t like summer.
C.They think hot weather is nicer.
4.When should Susan go to meet Professor Brown?
A.At 9:30.B.At 10:00.C.At 10:30.
5.What does the woman plan to do this afternoon?
A.Buy a new pair of glasses.
B.Shop for some clothes.
C.Go to her classes.
6.Where does the conversation most likely take place?
A.In a restaurant.B.In a hotel.
C.On the phone.
7.Whe n does the restaurant stop serving lunch?
A.At 1 p.m..B.At 2 p.m..
C.At 3 p.m..
8.How many people will come with the woman for lunch?
9．What are the speakers talking about?
A．Buying a car．B．Choosing a gift．
C．Using a computer．
10．What’s the relationship between the two speakers?
A．Husband and wife．
B．Professor and student．
C．Salesman and customer．
11．What do we know about the person mentioned by speakers?
A．Maybe he likes something expensive．
B．He is surely over sixty years old．
C．He must be fond of learning．
12.What’s the probable relationship between the speakers?
13. What’s the woman going to do?
A.She is going to work in a post office nearby.
B.She wants to do some exercise.
C.She intends to post a letter.
14.What does the woman have to do to reach the destination？
A.She has to find the entrance inside a building complex.
B.She has to turn right to the main street.
C.She has to register her letter.
15.What is the present condition of hotline like today?
16.What is the purpose of starting the hotline for teenagers?
A.To gain the belief of teenagers.
B.To make teenagers study hard.
C.To protect teenagers’ rights.
17.What does the woman think of the hotline for teenagers?
A.It won’t last long.B.It will be useful.
C.It will save many lives.
18.What is the purpose of the passage?
A.To report on the growing middle class of China.
B.To introduce a US company.
C.To analyze the current market.
19. How many new babies does China have every year?
A.11 million.B.20 million.
20. Which of the following is true?
A.The toys made by China are of poor quality.
B.China has a lot of highquality toys exported.
C.China is behind in toysmaking.
W:International Shipping, Elaine speaking, may I help you?
M:Allan MacFarlane speaking. Could I speak to Bob Harris, please?
W:Hold on a moment please, Mr MacFarlane. I’ll just put you through.
M:The taxi driver must have been driving too fast.
W:I don’t think so. He crashed into the tree because he was trying to avoid a bicycle in front of him.
M:Summer is over at last, it’s time to put Tshirts away.
W:I’ve been waiting for this for months.
W:Can I come to see you at 10:00, Professor Brown?
M:I’m sorry, Susan, but I’ll be meeting my students then. Why not come half an hour later?
M:I telephoned to see if you’d like to go to the movies this afternoon.
W:I’d really like to, but I just broke my glasses and I’ve got to do something about getting another pair before the shop closes.
M:Paulanar Restaurant. Head waiter. Good morning.
W:I’d like to book a table for two.
M:And is that for today, Madam?
M:At what time, Madam?
W:Oh, about three o’clock, I suppose.
M:I’m afraid we only serve lunch till 3 p.m., Madam.
W:Oh, well, two o’clock then,and it must be by a window.
M:Very good,and your name, please?
W:White. Linda White.
M:Very good, Mrs.White. A table f or two at 2 p.m.today.
M:Oh, we still haven’t decided what to get him.
W:I know. It’s hard. What does he need?
M:Well, darling, the other day he said that he needed a car．
W:Yeah,right. Well,I think th at’s a little beyond us．
M:Yeah, it’d be fun, but it’s just a little too expensive．
W:There’s the usual kind of thing, like a wallet or tie．
M:Oh, please, not for his sixtieth. I think we should get him something more expensive than that, don’t you? I mean, we want to get something good,something...
W:Well,how about a computer? We could get him a computer. That way we could keep in touch on email．
M:No, no, no. You know him. He says he’s too old to learn how to use a computer. He isn’t, of course, but I don’t think he’d ever use it．
W:Pardon me. Are you familiar with this neighborhood?
M:Well, I should be. I’ve lived here all my life. What are you looking for?
W:The Post Office.
M:Well, the nearest one is about a mile away.
W:Oh. Well, I guess I could send a letter.
M:There’s a mail box up the street. Have you already got a stamp on that letter?
W:Yes, I have to register it. How do I walk to the post office from here?
M:Go up this street until you get to the main street. Then turn right and walk about four blocks or so.
W:Thank you for your help.
M:The post o ffice entrance is inside a building complex with some other offices.
W:I’m sure I’ll find it. If I get lost,I’ll ask again.
M:There’s an American flag out front, and a sign: The U.S.Post Office.
W:Thanks again. Bye.
M:Hotlines are v ery common in today’s life, do you think so?
M:Most of them are about amusement, in my opinion. But some of them are very important in our daily life.
W:Is that true?
M:Certainly. A free hotline offering help to teenagers was opened in Guangdong.
W:Can you tell me something more about it?
M:It is the first part of the national hotline system to help to protect teens’ rights.Young people who have psychological problems or questions on legal issues can call for help.More than 100 experts are ready to offer help.
W:Then what is the telephone number?
M:Call 12355 if you are in Guangzhou and 02012355 if you are outside.
W:Oh, it will be a help to te enagers.
BEIJING( Associated Press) ！China has a growing middle class,a tradition of expecting education and 21 million new babies every year.Selling educational toys should be easy.
While China may be the world’s bi ggest toymaker, much of the best is exported. Department stores here do not have enough highquality toys. It is said the demand for educational toys is low. A US company, BabyCare, is trying to change that with a new way to sell toys in China. BabyCare works basically together with doctors in Beijing hospitals. People who join the company’s mother’s club get lectures and newsletters on baby and child development at no extra cost—if they agree to spend 18 dollars a month on the company’s educational toys and childcare books.