1. Who is the man talking about now?
A.His girlfriend.B.His sister.
2. What are they talking about?
A.A traffic accident.B.A fire.
3.Where does the conversation most probably take place?
A.At a bookshop.B.At a kitc hen.
C.At a bank.
4.Who was injured?
C．George’s wife’s father．
5.What do we learn from the conversation?
A.Tony could n ot continue the experiment.
B.Tony finished the experiment last night.
C.Tony will go on with his experiment.
6.Where does this conversation most likely take place?
A.In the street. B.At t he woman’s home.
C.Over the phone.
7.What is the woman going to do t onight?
A.Help her sister with English.
B.Meet her friend at the station.
C.Go to an exhibition with her parents.
8. When will the football competition end?
A.On August 17.B.On August 20.
C.On August 25.
9. What do we know about the two speakers?
A.They will both enter the competition.
B.They both work hard at their lessons.
C.They both enjoy swimming.
10. Where will the football competition be held?
A.In the city’s stadium.
B.In the speakers’ school.
C .In the park.
11. What probably is the woman?
A.A driver.B.A teacher.C.A reporter.
12. How long does it take the man to get to school by bike?
A.About an hour.B.Half an hour.
13. What does the man think of the traffic in the city?
14. How does the woman feel at the beginning of the conversation?
15.What size bag does the woman want?
A.A 24inch bag.B.A 29inch bag.
C.A 32inch bag.
16.When will the woman leave for Mexico?
A.On Thursday.B.On Friday.
17.Where does the man work?
A.At a mail order company.
B.At an international travel service.
C.At the airport information desk.
18. Why did the man decide to leave the college in his second term?
A.He didn’t like the big lecture classes.
B.He couldn’t afford further education.
C.He was not interested in education.
19. What does he think of his work experiences?
A.They were personally rewarding.
B.They should be part of school life.
C.They gave him a chance to learn German.
20. Where is the university he decides to go to in the end?
A.In South Carolina.B.In Florida.
W:What’s new with you, Jack?
M:Well, I met a really nice woman. We’ve been going out for three months and things look good now.
M: When did you first find the door broken and things missing?
W:After I got up, around 5:20. Then I called the police station.
W:Pass me the flour, please.
M:Which tin is it in?
W:The one at the end of the shelf. It’s slightly smaller than the others.
W:Do you know why George hasn’t come yet?
M:Yes. He was planning to come, but his wife’s father fell down some stairs and they had t o take him to a hospital．
W:I’m sorry to hear that．
W:Hi, Tony. How did your experiment go yesterday?
M: Well, it wasn’t as easy as I had thought.I have to continue doing it tonight.
M:Is that Ann?
M:This is Mike. How are things with you?
W:Oh, very well, but I’m very busy.
M:Busy? But you’ve finished all your exams?
W:Yes, but I have to help my little sister with her foreign language.
M:How about coming out with me this evening? There’s a new film on.
W:I’m afraid I can’t. A friend of mine is coming from the south and I have to go to the station to meet him.
M:Wh at a pity! How about the weekend then?
W:No, I’ve arranged to go to an art exhibition with my parents.
M:What about next week sometime?
W:I hear there will be a football competition between all senior schools next month. Is that so?
W:Would you please go into some more details?
M:Well, the competition will be held in our school and it will begin on August 11. The competition will last a whole week.
M:Yes, both the girls and boys competition will be held at the same time. The girls competition will be held in the morning and the boys competition will be held in the afternoon.
W:Yes? Sounds exciting.
M:We are both members of our school football team. We should be ready for it.
W:Of course. It’s a long time since we had the last football competition last time. I’m really looking forward to another competition.
W: Excuse me. I am from STM. We are carrying out a survey on the traffic in our city.Do you mind if I ask you some questions?
M:No, not at all. Go ahead.
W:Good, thanks.What do you do, sir?
M:I am a teacher. I teach children French.
W:Great. Do you live far from the school? I mean, how do you usually go to work?
M:Well, mostly by car. But once in a while, I prefer to ride my bike. You know, I live quite far from the school, about 20 miles. And I have to spend about an hour riding to school. But it only takes me less than a quarter of an hour to drive my car, unless the traffic is very bad.
W:I see. Does this happen often? I mean the bad traffic.
M:Yes,sure! I often get stuck on the way, and the problem’s getting worse and worse.
W:That’s all of my questions. Thank you very much.
M:You are welcome.
M: Customer service. Andney Grant speaking. How may I help you?
W:I can’t believe this is happening. I called and ordered a 32inch bag last Friday. But today I found that you sent me a 24inch one. I was planning to use that bag during our vacation in Mexico, but it doesn’t seem possible any more because we will take off on Saturday. It’s only two days away. What am I supposed to do?
M:I’m really sorry, madam. I’ll check right away. Would you please tell me your order number?
M:Just a minute. I do apologize, madam. There did seem to be a mistake. I’ll have the correct size bag sent to you by overnight mail right away. It will arrive in time for your Saturday trip. Again I apologize for any inconvenience caused by our mistake. I promise it won’t happen again.
W:OK. Well, thank you.
M:Thank you, madam, for choosing Linch mail. I hope you will have a wonderful vacation.
I wasn’t too fond of the lecture classes of 400 students in my general course. Halfway through my second term when I was considering whether or not to come back in the fall, I went on the Internet and came across Americorp. Then I joined in an organization,and that’s what I did last school year. I worked on making roads, building a house, serving as a teacher’s assistant and working as a camp officer in several projects in South Carolina and Florida. It’s been a great experience,and I’ve almost learned more than what I could have in college since I didn’t really want to be at that school and wasn’t interested in my major anyway, I thought this was better for me. After 1,700 hours of service I received 4,750 dollars.I can use that to pay off the money I borrowed from the bank or for what is needed when I go back to school this fall at Columbus State in Ohio. Classes are smaller there and I’ll be majoring in German education. After working with the kids, now I know, I want to be a teacher.