例：What is the man going to read?
A. A newspaper. B. A magazine. C. A book.
1. Where is the man from?
B. New York.
C. Washington, D. C.
2. How much is the man’s telephone bill?
3. What does the woman want to watch?
B. “Animal World”.
4. Which apartment is the woman interested in?
A. The one-bedroom apartment.
B. The two-bedroom apartment.
C. The three-bedroom apartment.
5. What is the woman doing?
A. Giving advice.
B. Asking the way.
C. Making a request.
听下面6段对话或独白，每段对话或独白后有几道小题，从每题所给的A. B. C.三个选项中选出最佳选项。听每段对话或独白前，你将有5秒钟的时间阅读每小题。听完后，每小题将给出5秒钟的作答时间。每段对话或独白你将听两边。
6. Why is the woman late?
A. She missed the bus.
B. She couldn’t start her car.
C. She couldn’t find the key.
7. Where are the two speakers?
A. At a garage.
B. At a bus stop.
C. At a restaurant.
8. What are the two speakers going to do?
A. Go shopping.
B. Visit a church.
C. See an exhibition.
9. What do we learn about the man?
A. He is a tour guide.
B. He words in a shop.
C. He lives in the city.
10. Who is going to give the speech?
11. What is the speech about?
A. A project.
B. A city.
C. A job.
12. Where does the woman work?
13. What are the speakers going to do together tomorrow evening?
A. Visit Jane.
B. Have dinner.
C. See customers.
14. Who is probable Jane?
A. Tony’s customer.
B. Tony’s boss.
C. Tony’s wife.
15. Who is the woman talking to?
A. A student.
B. A teacher.
C. A secretary.
16. What does the man say about Frank?
A. He is quiet.
B. He is active.
C. He is honest.
17. What does the woman think good student should be like?
A. They should ask questions.
B. They should pay attention in class.
C. They should not be afraid of making mistakes.
18. What does the man do?
A. A painter.
B. An engineer.
C. A weatherman.
19. What does the man say about his job?
20. Why does the man love his job?
A. He can stay in the mountains.
B. He can enjoy the beautiful view.
C. He can experience different weather.
W: Where are you from?
M: I’m from Atlanta, but I live in New York now.
W: I live in Washington D.C.
W: OK, John. How much do you pay for electricity and telephone services?
M: My electricity bill is about 50 dollars a month, and my telephone bill is usually 24 dollars a month.
W: How much do you pay for transportation?
M: 30 dollars a month.
W: Do you happen to know what’s on after the news?
M: I think it’s the Animal World. Do you mind if we watch it?
W: Mm… can we watch the movie on Channel 6 instead?
W: Hello. I’m calling about the apartment you advertised in the newspaper.
M: Two-bedroom or three-bedroom?
W: No, the advertisement says one-bedroom, one bath.
M: Oh, sorry. That’s not available now.
W: Excuse me.
W: I need something for drawing a straight line.
M: Oh, you want a ruler. There’s one on my desk. I’ll get it for you.
M: Mary, I am here!
W: Oh, hi! I’m sorry I’m so late. The car wouldn’t start, so I had to come by bus.
M: Oh, no. What do you think is the matter with your car?
W: Well, it wouldn’t start at all. I mean, I turned the key and nothing happened. So I guess it’s something to do with the electrical system.
M: Well, let’s forget about that now, and order our food. What would you like? The fish is good.
M: Right, where shall we go now? We’ve seen the church and the modern art exhibition. I don’t know what else there is here.
W: How about some shops? I could buy something to take back for the kids.
M: Mm… yes. OK. Let’s go down here and we’ll go into the main street.
W: You know, it’s really good of you to spend so much time showing me around.
M: Oh, that’s all right. I’m enjoying it, actually. You know how it is. When you live in a town, you never really look at it yourself. Come on, let’s go down here.
W: Do you have a moment, Mark?
M: Yeah, sure, Susan.
W: I know this is short notice, but I wonder if you’d be able to fly out and give a speech about our project this weekend.
M: But I thought you were going to do that.
W: Well, yes. I was. But I’m terribly busy at the moment.
M: This weekend? Couldn’t John go? He knows all about the project.
W: Yeah, but he doesn’t know the people, and he doesn’t know the city. Mark, I think you’re the right person for the job.
M: I get the message.
W: Thanks, Mark.
W: Hi, Tony!
M: Hello, Kate! How are you?
W: Oh, fine, thanks. And you and Jane?
M: Oh, we’re fine. How long are you staying?
W: Just a couple of days. And then I’ll be back to work in Tokyo.
M: What a pity you are not staying in London for a bit longer. Anyway, how about dinner tonight?
W: I’d love to, but I’m seeing some customers from Oxford this evening. What about tomorrow?
M: That’d be lovely. Jane will be pleased.
W: What time shall I come?
M: How about eight?
W: Great. I’ll see you tomorrow then.
W: Oh, Frank’s in your class? He was in my class last term. I didn’t like him at all.
M: What? You didn’t like Frank? He’s one of my best students.
W: Oh, no. Not Frank! He was always asking questions. Frank always interrupted me and the other students. He was never quiet.
M: Yes, that’s Frank. That’s why he is such a good student. He is always thinking and trying to use English. He laughs a lot. Frank doesn’t worry about making mistakes. I enjoy having him in class.
W: Not me. I love students like David. Do you have him in your conversation class this term?
M: Yes, but to be honest, David is too quiet for me. I can’t tell if he’s learning. David is so silent. He doesn’t say anything.
W: Yes, that’s David. That’s how good students should be. They have to listen to their teachers.
M: When I tell people that I paint the Golden Gate Bridge, they think I start at one end, paint to the other end, and then start again. But that’s not true. We are always painting the bridge. But we have to go where paint is in bad condition. It’s a dangerous job. You have to be careful all the time. You can’t work or appear without safety equipment. And the weather, it gets colder up here. Sometimes it’s so cold there’s ice on the bridge. You have to wear warm clothes. Sometimes it’s windy and foggy. On foggy days, you can’t see anything. Other times, you are both the fog. The view from the top is the thing that I love about the job. On a sunny day like today, you can see from the ocean to the port and all the way to the mountains.
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