1.What does the woman think of tomatoes?
A.They are not tasty.
B.They are really good.
C.She doesn’t like them.
2.Where is the man now?
A.In New York.B.In Boston.
3.What are the two speakers talking about?
A.A book.B.A film.C.A record.
4.What can we learn about the woman?
A.She wants to make fun of the man.
B.She doesn’t know how to scan pictures.
C.She is curious about how to use the computer.
5.What happened to the man?
A.He fell on the ground.
B.His car’s windscreen was broken.
C.He was hit by a stone.
6.What was the matter with the woman?
A.She was angry with the man.
B.She quarreled with Jack.
C.She hated doing homework.
7.What do we know about Jack?
A.He cleaned up the bedroom.
B.He understood the woman.
C.He made the room in a mess.
8.How does the woman keep fit?
A.Taking exercise. B.Eating vegetables.
9.What did the man often do when he was at school?
A.Did nothing but study.
B.Swam from time to time.
C.Swam twice a week.
10.What can you infer the man will do this evening?
A.Go to swim by himself.
B.Go upstairs with the woman.
C.Swim with the woman.
11.Where are the two speakers?
A. On a bus.
B.In the shopping district.
C.At a street corner.
12.What’s the largest building on the left?
A.The bank.B.The City Hall.
C.The department store.
13.What does the man need?
14.What do we know about the flat?
A.It is near the bus stop.
B.The kitchen is a bit old.
C.It has full furniture.
15.What shouldn’t the man pay for except the rent?
A.Cable TV.B.Gas fees.C.Water fees.
16.How much is the rent at last?
A.160 pounds a week.
B.180 pounds a week.
C.200 pounds a week.
17.What will the man have to do after fixing the rent?
A.Cleaning the flat. B.Having dinner.
C.Signing a contract.
18.When did the student borrow the book?
A.Seven days ago.B.A fortnight ago.
C.A month ago.
19.Why did the student come again?
A.Because he didn’t finish reading it.
B.Because a beautiful girl wanted to read it.
C.Because he wrote a girl’s telephone number in it.
20.What would the librarian feel when she knew the student’s real purpose?
A.She would feel angry.
B.She would feel delighted.
C.She would feel disappointed.
M:I’ve never tried tomatoes but I’m sure I wouldn’t like them if I did.
W:You don’t know what you are missing.
W:Are you glad that you came to Washington?
M:Yes,indeed.I’d considered going to New York or Boston,but I’ve never regretted my decision.
M:Have you ever read Harry Potter?
W:I’m afraid I haven’t.
M:What a pity! You really should.It’s fantastic.I have a copy here.If you like,I’ll lend it to you.
W:Would you please help me scan this picture into the computer?
M:Yes.But why don’t you do yourself?
W:I don’t know how.To tell you the truth,I just want to learn from you.
W:How on earth did that happen?Did you hit something?
M:No.I was driving along when a stone suddenly hit the windscreen.
W:How awful! What a good job it didn’t hit you.
M:What’s the matter with you? You look angry.
W:I had words with Jack just now.
M:Come to the point.Why did you argue?
W:When I asked him to clean up the bedroom,he didn’t listen and left his dirty clothes everywhere.
M:So you lost your temper?
W:Yes.How could I bear it?
M:I hope you’ll patch up soon.You should respect each other.
W:If he doesn’t apologize to me,I won’t forgive him.
M:Jenny,you look so strong,quite different from what you used to be.How I envy you!
W:I think you’ ve heard the saying:“A sound mind dwells in a sound body.” I have always tried my best to keep fit for both my study and work.
M:Right you are! Can you give m e some tips as to how to keep fit?
W:To my mind,the best way to keep fit is to go in for sports.
M:What kind of sports do you participate in?
W:I go swimming once a week.I do this even in cold winter.
M:I used to swim in high school,but I don’ t have time anymore.
W:That’ s too bad.Exercise is really important for your health.
M:I know.I ’ m getting a little fat.I am short of breath when going upstairs.
W:That’ s a bad sign.I think you need more exercise.Well,I’ m going swimming tonight.Do you want to go with me?
M:OK.I really need to get in shape again.
M:There’s a lot of traffic on the street.Is this the shopping district?
W:Yes,it is.There are a lot of stores,office buildings,and theatres near here.
M:What is the largest bu ilding on the left?
W:That’s a department store.It sells clothing,furniture,food—almost everything.[来源:学科网]
M:Do you buy everything in the same store?That’s very handy,isn’t it?It saves a lot of time.I need some clothes.
W:There’s a men’s clothing store next to the bank building on the right.There are also some good stores on Lincoln Street.
M:That’s a beautiful theatre on the corner.What do all the signs in front of it mean?
W:There’s a new play there tonight.The building next to the theatre is a hotel.
M:Is that the post office across the street?
W:No,it’s just three blocks straight ahead.
W:Hello there.Well.This is it.As you can see,it’s fully furnished.You’ve got your TV...cable TV and broadband Internet is included in the rent.The kitchenette is over there...all fully fitted...nice new fridge and cooker,kettle,toaster,microwave...all your modcons.The bathroom is through there...box shower unit...sink...all new from B&Q.There’s a nice view of the park from the window too.
M:Hmm...it’s smaller than I thought.How much is the rent again?
W:￡200 a week,plus of course,you ’re responsible for all fees including gas,water and electricity.
M:It said ￡160 in the ad.
W:Yeah,but that was for the small room upstairs and that’s already gone.
M:Well,￡200 is a bit too much for me.
W:Well this is London.And it is your own place...good location,near the Tube.
M:Look...I can stretch to ￡180 a week...I can’t afford ￡200 plus all the other bills.
W:All right.One month’s rent in advance,plus a month’s deposit.That’ll be ￡1440 cash.This is the contract...read through it,initial each page and then sign at the bottom...
A young man hurried into his town library.He went up to on e of the old librarians and said to her eagerly.“Do you remember that you persuaded me to borrow a book about Greek history a week ago?”“Yes,that’s right.”answered the librarian.“Do you remember the name of the book?”the young man asked.The librarian felt very proud,because she was always trying to get young people to take out books on Greek history,and she rarely found one who was willing to accept her suggestions.“Yes,”she answered.“Do you want to take it out again?Do you think it was very interesting?”“No,of course not!”said the young man.“But when I was taking it home,I met a girl on the bus,and I wrote her telephone number in the book.I want to telephone her;so please,may I look at the book again?”