Group P 高中英语听力专线（六）
1.When will the meeting begin?
A.At 10:30.B.At 10:50.
2. What does the woman m ean?
A.The homework can’t be due in tw o days.
B.She hasn’t finished her homework yet.
C.She doesn’t expect it to come so soon.
3.Where does the conversation probably take place?
A.On the street.B.At a hotel.
C.At a shop.
4.What does the woman suggest?
A.Cooking at home.
B.Eating out at McDonald’s.
C.Taking McDonald’s home.
5.What is the woman’s attitude?
A.She agrees with the man.
B.She doesn’t agree with the man.
C.She doesn’t know what to do.
6.What does the man want?
A.A cup of coffee.B.A salad.
7.Where does Louise su ggest the man eat?
A.At a coffee shop.B.At his house.
C.In her office.
8.Where does Louise usually have lunch?
A.At home.B.At the coffee shop.
C.In her office.
9.Why is the man late?
A.He forgot to look at his watch.
B.The maths teacher kept him in her office.
C.The maths class lasted longer than it should.
10.What do we know about the students?
A.They don’t mind the teacher’s keeping talking.
B.They don’t want to hurt the teacher.
C.They prefer to learn more maths.
11.What is the man most likely to do?
A.Talk to the maths teacher.
B.Remain silent about the problem .
C.Refuse to go to the maths teacher’s classes.
12.Who are the two speakers?
13.What are they mainly talking about?
A.Nois e in the office.B.A new office.
C.The story of a workmate.
14.What does Stan suggest they should do?
A.Talk to Jack openly.
B.Move to another office.
C.Ask for a meeting room.
15.What would the woman like to do?
A.Office work.B.Technical service.C.Sales.
16.What can we learn about the woman?
A.She just left college.
B.She has been a branch manager.
C.She just left middle school.
17 .What does the man think of the woman from the technical point of view?
18.Who is David Smith?
A.Headmaster of the university.
B.Headteacher of the class.
C.An organizer of the course.
19.How should we improve the listening skills?
A.Reading English language newspapers.
B.Listening to the radio.
C.Talking to natives of English.
20.Which is wrong?
A.Reading English language newspapers and magazines can improve your reading skills.
B.Writing to friends in English and keeping a diary will do good to your writing.
C.Having a good time is the only aim of the course.
M:Let’s hurry, Susan. It’s ten thirty,or we’ll be late for the meeting.
W:Calm down, Mike. We’ve got twenty minutes to go. There is no hurry.
M:Mary, the science homework is due in two days.
W:Oh, dear! That can’t be so!
M:Excuse me. Shall I book a double room for several days?
W:Oh, yes. When will you arrive?
M:We’ll check in on Saturday and out on Tuesday. Is that all right?
W:Mike, there’s not much left in the refrigerator.
M:Well, I might be able to pick up a few things after work, but I have to be back rather late today.
W:In that case, we’ll eat out at McDonald’s.
M:OK.See you there at 8:00.
M:I believe that choosing this man will be a complete mistake.
W:I wouldn’t look at like that.
M :Hey, Louise, where can I get some lunch around here?
W:There are several places. What would you like to eat?
M:I’d really like a cheeseburger and some French fries.
W:Well, there’s a coffee shop on the next corner. It serves good food.
M:OK. I’ll try it. Can I get you something?
W:No, I think I’ll come with you. I’m longi ng for a nice salad.
M:Do you often have lunch at this coffee shop?
W:No, I usually bring my lunch from home and eat at my desk.
M :Oh, hi, Fred! I didn’t know whether to save you a place or not. Why are you so late?
M:It’s our maths teacher. She always keeps us in class until ten past ten.
W:Doesn’t she know that you’re supposed to get out at ten?
M:I guess so. But she never looks at her watch. She just keeps talking.
W:Don’t the students complain about it? I would say something.
M:No. Everybody is too polite.
Well, you could try and talk to her.
M:Maybe. But I’m afraid she might feel hurt.
W:Well, it all depends on how and when you say it. If you tell her about it in a friendly way when she’s not busy, she might be thankful. She might even ask you to remind her of the time in the future.
M:Really? That would be wonderful. Thanks for your advice.
M: Stan, do you have a minute?
M:Oh, hi, Cathy. Sure.What’s up?
W:Well, I’ve been trying to talk to you about the situation in the office.
M:I’m not in there very often. It’s so noisy that I can’t work.
W:That’s exactly what I’m getting at. We’re supposed to be able to do our preparation in that office, but have you noticed that Jack constantly has students coming in to get help with his course?
M:We can’t really ask him to stop having students come in for help, can we?
W:No, of course not. But I’m not able to do my work and neither are you. I imagine it’s the same for the others in the office.
M:Hmm, could we ask for a kind of meeting room? When we have to talk to students,we can go to the meeting room.
M: I’m Paul Adams, Branch Manager.
W:Katie Thomas. Pleased to meet you.
M:I take it you’re looking for temporary office work.
M:How old are you, Katie?
M:That’s rather young. What experience have you had?
W:Well, I’ve just left school, actually, and I’m looking for a job between now and when I go to college.
M:It doesn’t sound as though we can help, Katie. You see, our clients are very demanding,especially when it comes to the new office technology.
Oh, that’s no problem. I took extra classes in office skills at school.
M:Oh, perhaps you’d like to outline what you’ve been doing?
W:I started by learning keyboard skills. Then I went on to learn about word processing.
M:Good. You seem qualified from the technical point of view.
Ladies and gentlemen, good afternoon! Welcome to the summer English course in South Carolina University. I’m David Smith, the headteacher of this class. To start with,I’d like to say something about how you can improve your English. To learn English well,you have to practise all the time.Listening to the radio, watching TV, and watching movies are good ways to improve your listening skills. You can improve your speaking skills by talking to native speakers of English whenever possible and by speaking aloud to yourself when you are alone. Reading and writing also need a lot of practice.You can improve your reading skills by reading English language newspapers and magazines. Writing to friends in English and keeping a diary are good ways to practise writing. Hope you have a good time during your stay here for the course. Thank you.