例：How much is the shirt?
A.￡19.15. B.￡9.15. C.￡9.18. 答案是B。
1. Why did the woman get a ticket?
A. She parked in the wrong place.
B. She drove too fast.
C. She made a wrong turn.
2. Who's Jenny?
A. She is a student.
B. She is a teacher.
C. She is a doctor.
3. Where are the two speakers?
A. In a classroom.
B. In a book store.
C. In a post office.
4. What do we know about the woman?
A. She has been ill for a few months.
B. She isn't worried about the exam.
C. She is self-confident.
5. Where did this conversation probably take place?
A. In a restaurant.
B. At a theatre.
C. At a hospital.
6. When did the woman go to see Kate?
A. Two or several days ago.
B. A week ago.
C. Two weeks ago.
7. What do we know about Kate?
A. She's too busy to see a doctor.
B. The doctor's advice does her no good.[
C. She hasn't got well though she saw a doctor.
8. Who will go to see Kate?
A. The man.
B. Both of the speakers.
C. The woman.
9. What are they talking about?
A. Buying the game tickets.
B. Watching the NBA game.
C. Watching a dance performance.
10. Why should they get there a little earlier?
A. Because they can get a better seat.
B. Because they can avoid the traffic jam.
C. Because they can watch a warm-up.
11. When will they get there?
A. 6:15.B. 6:45.C. 6:50.
12. Who are the two speakers?
A. Husband and wife.
B. Student and teacher.
C. Brother and sister.
13. What does the man usually do in the weekend?
A. Have a picnic.
B. Watch football games.
C. Meet with friends.
14. Why is the man unsatisfied with their friend?
A. They invite too many friends over.
B. They seldom go out for a picnic.
C. They seldom spend the weekends together.
15. Why does Julia want to leave her present job?
A. She does not like the job.
B. She wants to do something different.
C. She wants to travel and teach English.
16. What can we learn from the dialogue?
A. Julia will move out of London.
B. Tom will refuse to let Julia leave.
C. Julia will go abroad soon.
17. Who is Tom?
A. Julia's husband.
B. Julia's brother.
C. Julia's boss.
18. When did the man most probably lose his wallet?
A. When he was having dinner.
B. When he walked into the restaurant.
C. When he was ordering his dish.
19. Why was the man in a hurry?
A. Because he had to meet his doctor.
B. Because he wanted to report to the police.
C. Because he had to go to the bank.
20. What was the man's biggest worry?
A. He lost his ID card.
B. He couldn't pay for the dinner.
C. He got a lot of people included in his problem.
W: I got a traffic ticket this afternoon.
M: Were you parking in the wrong place?
W: No, I was driving too fast.
M: Does Jenny plan to go to summer school?
W: No, she wants to work and save some money in the summer.
M: That's good. Maybe she can help and pay some of the university fees next time.
M: I'll answer your question as soon as I finish wrapping the books for the gentleman.
W: Don't worry about it. I'll have a look at your new books.
M: You look worried, what's the matter?
W: Having been ill for a few months, I have a hard time passing the exam.
M: Excuse me, do you know if this seat is taken?
W: I don't think so. The fellow who was here finished his lunch and left.
M: Have you seen Kate lately?
W: Yes, I have. I saw her a couple of days ago. She hasn't been very well in the past couple of weeks.
M: Has she seen a doctor since she's been ill?
W: Yes, she has. The doctor told her to take it easy for a while, but she hasn't been following his advice. She's as busy as usual.
M: Do you think it useful for me to have a chat with her by myself when I go to see her? Or shall we go together?
W: I think you can go yourself and show your concern to her since she sometimes does take our advice. So, it's unnecessary for me to go with you. And what's more, I've got some other things to do.
M: Great! It's settled. We can pick up the tickets at the box office tonight.
M: I guess you haven't been to an NBA game.
W: Yes, you are right. But I've read a lot about it in the papers. What time does it start, David?
M: Seven o'clock sharp. But we should get there a little before that if we want to see a warm-up.
M: The cheerleaders and players prepare for the game by doing some dancing and shooting before it starts to loose up.
W: OK! We'll have an early dinner and meet outside the front entrance. How about 6:50?
M: That's fine.
M: What shall we do this weekend?
W: Did you have something special in mind?
M: No, not really. I just thought it might be fun to do something new.
W: Do something for a change you mean?[
M: Yes, something different. We need a change.
W: I usually go shopping and have my hair done during the weekend. And you usually watch the football match on TV.
M: Yes. But we used to do some things together during the time we got married.
W: Now, I've got an idea. Autumn is the best season in Beijing. Why don't we go for a picnic this weekend? You'll invite your friends, and I'll invite mine. We'll go together.
M: Good idea. I will see about the car, and you will prepare the foods. But are you sure you really want all our friends to come along?
W: Can I talk to you for a moment, Tom?
M: Of course, Julia. Sit down. What is it?[
W: I've decided to leave.
M: Oh, no. Is it because we're moving out of London?
W: Well, yes. But there are other reasons.
M: I see you never liked working here.
W: No, no. I've enjoyed working here, but…
M: But what?
W: Well, I haven't had time for other things. I've worked here for four years. And I'd like to do something different.
M: What do you mean, something different?
W: I want to travel. You know, I have never been to other countries.
M: Haven't you?
W: No, I haven't. I want to live abroad and learn to speak a different language.
M: Well, what can I say? I'm really sorry. But I understand.
W: Thank you, Tom.
10. I don't often lose things and I'm especially careful with money, so I was quite surprised when I reached for my wallet and it wasn't there. At first, I thought it was possible that I could have left it at home. Then I remembered taking it out to pay for the taxi, so I knew I had it with me just before I walked into the restaurant. I wondered if it was possible that it could have slipped out of my pocket while I was eating dinner. Thinking about that possibility, I turned and walked back to the table where I had been sitting.
Unfortunately, there were several other people sitting at the table at the time, so I called a waiter and explained to him that my wallet had fallen out of my pocket while I was sitting at the table a few minutes earlier. I had the waiter go over to the table to see if my wallet was on the floor. While the waiter was looking for it, the manager came up to me and asked me if anything was wrong. I didn't want to get a lot of people included in the problem, but I know I had to get the wallet back, I told the manager what had happened, he had me describe the wallet to him, and then he insisted that I report it to the police. I told him that I didn't want to get the police included in it. Besides, I was in a hurry because I had an appointment with my doctor in just a few minutes. I explained to him that my biggest worry at the moment was how I was going to pay the check. He told me not to worry about that. He had me write down my name and address. And he said he would send me the bill.
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