1.What is the man doing?
A.Asking for help. B.Making suggestions. C.Asking for permission.
2.What do we know about Bill?
A.He will finish the paper soon.
B.He’s not going to write the paper.
C.He seldom completes his work early.
3.What is the woman going to do first?
A.Send the e-mail. B.Fix the computer. C.Go to the club.
4.How does the man feel about his job?
A.He enjoys it.B.He doesn’t like it at all.
C.He wants to find a new job.
5.Where is Jane and Bill’s new house?
A.Near a train station. B.Near an airport. C.Near a highway.
6.What will the woman probably do if she’s caught in a thunderstorm?
A.Stand on the ground. B.Put herself in water. C.Try to find a house.
7.What does the man think of taking a bath during a thunderstorm?
A.It is acceptable. B.It is dangerous. C.It is unbelievable.
8.What does the woman think about the man’s action?
A.It is unusual. B.It is unnecessary. C.It is very practical.
9.What illness does the man suffer from?
A.A bad cold. B.Bird flu. C.Lung cancer.
10.What caused the man’s illness?
A.The tiredness. B.The air conditioning. C.No regular exercise.
11.Why doesn’t the man get regular exercise?
A.He doesn’t have time.
B.He doesn’t like playing sports.
C.He didn’t realize the importance of exercise.
12.What is the woman going to do at the very beginning of the conversation?
A.She is going to watch TV.
B.She is going to go out.
C.She is going to do some reading.
13.What does the man like doing?
A.He likes going out.
B.He likes watching TV.
C.He likes doing some reading.
14.What do they probably do at last?
A.They will watch TV together.
B.They will go out and enjoy themselves together.
C.They will do their music.
15.Where does the conversation take place?
A.At a seafood shop. B.In a dining hall. C.On the phone.
16.What do we know about the restaurant?
A.It is famous for seafood.
B.It seldom accepts large parties.
C.Famous people often come to dine.
17.What can we learn from the conversation?
A.The restaurant is by the sea.
B.Seafood is very popular nowadays.
C.Regular customers have advantages there.
18.What did Peter find when he woke up one morning?
A.His house was surrounded by the flood.
B.There was water all over the floor.
C.His car was upside down in the street.
19.What is the usual rainfall of the whole month of June in Peter’s hometown?
A.About 16 inches. B.About 17 inches. C.About 70 inches.
20.What does the passage mainly tell us?
A.How people fought against a natural disaster.
B.Many people died in a serious flood.
C.A big flood struck Peter’s hometown.
M:Why don’t you go to a show or something tonight?
W:As a matter of fact,I thought Judy might like to go to a concert.
M:Let’s have a look and see what’s on...You might try the concert at the Festival Hall.
W:That sounds nice.
W:Do you know if Bill has finished his research paper on computers?
M:I don’t think so.He always seems to put things off until the last minute.
M:Jessica,could you forward this email to all the club members?
W:Sorry.The computer broke down this morning.I’ll do it for you as soon as I have it fixed.
W:You seem to have a lot of work at your office.You’re always staying late and working overtime.
M:That’s true,but I think the work is interesting and fun.I don’t mind the extra hours at all.
M:How is Jane and Bill’s new house?
W:It’s really comfortable,but they’re tired of having to hear the planes go over their house at all hours.
M:I think they’ll get used to it soon.
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W:Did you see today’s newspaper?That building over there in Centerville was just struck by lightning for the fourth time.
M:I’m not surprised.If the conditions for lightning to strike are right one time,they might be as good another time.
W:Well,I don’t take any chances.If I’m caught in a thunderstorm,I will look for a building or a closed car.Also,I was told that if you’re stuck outdoors,the best thing you can do is to keep yourself close to the ground and avoid bodies of water.
M:To tell you the truth,even when I’m at home,I don’t take baths or showers during a thunderstorm.And I don’t use anything that works electrically.Maybe I’m too anxious.
W:I wouldn’t say that.According to the article,lightning starts thousands of fires every year in the United States alone.Hundreds of people are injured or even killed.I think you’re just being sensible.
W:Good morning.What seems to be the problem?
M:Good morning,Mrs Brown.I have a cough and a fever and I feel very tired all the time.
W:And how long have you been feeling like this?
M:Three days now.
W:Let me have a look.Open your mouth please.Wider please.Now say AHH.
W:Now take your shirt off please.Breathe in—Breathe out—OK,you can put your shirt back on now.
M:What seems to be the problem?Do I suffer from bird flu or is there something wrong with my lung?
W:Oh,no.Don’t be so nervous.You just have a bad cold.Do you work in an airconditioned office?
W:I thought so.I see many people who work in air-conditioned offices.It’s the air conditioning,you see.It’s really not very good for your health.
M:So what would you suggest,doctor?
W:I suggest you get out of the office as regularly as possible.Walk around,and get some fresh air.That will help.You also need to get more exercise.Do you play any sports?
M:I sometimes play tennis in summer,but to be honest,I’m too busy to get regular exercise.
W:Then I suggest you try playing more often.Say once a week.
M:OK,no problem.Thank you doctor.Bye.
M:I can’t see why you need to go out to enjoy yourself.Why can’t you have a nice time,watching TV with me?And when you are at home,you’re either reading a book or something,you never actually sit and enjoy a good program with me.
W:I don’t want to watch TV.I find it boring.
M:Oh,it’s not always boring.Come off it!
W:Well,I’m sorry,but it usually is.I just don’t think watching all this TV is good for me.I can only watch about one program a week.
M:So you think it’s better to go out,do you?
W:Well,I just feel there are lots of things to do that you can learn from and to be watching TV is not something I want to do.
M:OK,you name something that we can share.
W:What about when we do our music,for example,we share that.
W:Hello,Old English Restaurant.Can I help you?
M:Yes.I’d like to book a table for tonight.
W:Certainly.For how many people?
M:There are ten of us.
W:Ten of you!But we don’t usually accept large parties,sir.
M:I know,but we are regular customers.
W:What’s your name please,sir?
W:Mr Peterson...of course!That’ll be all right.We’ll put two tables together.
W:What food would you prefer for today,sir?We have fresh seafood tonight.
M:No.We like to eat vegetables.
Now let me tell you what happened to Peter’s hometown. On June 12,Peter had a surprise when he woke up in the morning.He found that the floor of his room was flooded.When he looked out of the window,he saw many cars upside down in the street.It was a sad day for Peter’s hometown,which is a mountain city.In the twentyfour hours up to noon,nearly seventeen inches of rain fell.Usually about sixteen inches of rain falls in the whole month of June.Roads were washed away in the peak area.Tons of mud and rocks crashed down on the houses below.Sixtyfour people died in the flood and more than 2,500 lost their homes.For some time after the flood,helicopters flew to the people of the place.Tractors and lorries worked hard to clear away the earth.Many people sent money and necessities of life to the victims of the flood and helped them rebuild their hometown.
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