例：How much is the shirt?
A. £19.15. B. £9.18. C. £9.15.
1. Where are the speakers?
A. In a library.
B. In a classroom.
C. In a bookstore.
2. What will the man do in the afternoon?
A. Visit a customer.
B. Go to the airport.
C. Eat in a restaurant.
3. Why does the man make the phone call?
A. To apply for a new job.
B. To make an appointment.
C. To ask for medical advice.
4. What does the man mean?
A. He cannot help.
B. He has lost his way.
C. He is not interested.
5. What is Jane going to do this evening?
A. Fly to New York.
B. Work in the office.
C. Have dinner with Kevin.
6. What is the relationship between the speakers?
7. What will the woman probably do next?
A. Find a street map.
B. Run to catch a bus.
C. Walk to the market.
8. What did David do last night?
A. He played volleyball.
B. He watched television.
C. He read the newspaper.
9. What time will the match on Saturday afternoon start?
A. At 2:30.
B. At 3:00.
C. At 3:30.
10. Why will Lisa do first?
A. Give David a call.
B. Talk with her mom.
C. Take a piano lesson.
11. When does the conversation probably take place?
A. In the morning.
B. In the afternoon.
C. In the evening.
12. Which bus are the speaker going to take?
A. No. 3. B. No. 11. C. No. 17.
13. How will the woman go to work tomorrow?
A. By underground.
B. On foot.
C. By bus.
14. What is the woman doing?
A. Serving a customer.
B. Giving an interview.
C. Asking for directions.
15. What does Bill Harrington do?
A. He’s a student.
B. He’s a bus driver.
C. He’s a photographer.
16. What are the speakers going to do?
A. Visit a local park.
B. Buy a dishwasher.
C. Look at some flats.
17. How much does it cost a grown-up to visit the Sea Life Centre?
A. £2. B. £4. C. £10.
18. When do the hourly feeding times for the fish begin?
A. At 8:30 am.
B. At 9:30 am.
C. At 10:30 am.
19. What can children do in the Sea Life Theatre?
A. Perform in a play.
B. Talk with an actor.
C. Watch a short film.
20. What is the latest attraction at the Sea Life Theatre?
A. An open-air swimming pool.
B. An underwater glass passage.
C. An outside children’s play area.
W: Hi，Stewart. It's nice to see you here. Are you also looking for the book for our science class?
M: No, not really. I want to buy a story book.
M: Mary. I'm sorry. I can't pick you up at the airport this afternoon. I have to visit an important customer.
W: That's okay. I can go home by taxi.
M: Thank you, dear. I'll be home early and let's eat out tonight.
W: Doctor Anderson's office. May I help you?
M: I'd like to have Doctor Anderson examined my teeth. Can I come tomorrow?
W: Let me see. I'm afraid Doctor Anderson won't be able to see you tomorrow. What about Thursday then?
W: Excuse me, could you show me the way to the cinema, please?
M: Sorry, but I'm a stranger here myself.
M: Jane, why are you here in the office? I thought you were leaving for New York today.
W: Yes, but my flight is not until this evening.
M: I see. Then I can give you a ride to the airport after work.
W: Thank you, Kevin. That's very nice of you.
W: Excuse me, I'm lost. How do I get to the market?
M: You're a bit far from there. I hope you are not in a hurry.
W: No, I just need to buy some food. Which way should I go?
M: Go straight the following blocks, then turn left and walk about 2 blocks. The market is on the right side of the street. You can take a bus at the next crossroads.
W: How long does it take if I walk there?
M: Around 30 minutes.
W: That's not far away. Thank you.
W: David, have you heard the news? Our school team is in the finals.
M: I know. I watched the match on TV last night.
W: Do you think they were good?
M: They certainly were. A group of us have decided to go and support them in the finals. Will you come along, too?
W: I'm not sure. When is it?
M: It's on Saturday afternoon at 3:30 and we'll get at the school gate at 3:00. So, are you coming?
W: No. I don't think so. I've got piano lessons at 2:30 every Saturday.
M: Can't you have it on another day?
W: But my mother really likes it.
M: Come on, Lisa. This is the finals. Our school team has been working hard and they need our support.
W: Well, let me talk with my mom first, okay?
M: Once you have made a decision, just give me a call.
W: Oh. That's the second bus that has gone on my phone. I wonder where all the people come from.
M: I really think they should let more people on at this time of the day when there's so many people going to work.
W: But they won't allow people to stand on the bus. You know, too dangerous.
M: I don't mind that. Look.
W: I think that is an 11, isn't it?
M: No, I'm afraid not. It's 17. I think I'll go by underground tomorrow.
W: No, not me, I can't stand all stuck in standing. Besides, I need to look at the scenery.
M: I see what you mean. Oh. Here comes a number of them, two, no, three. Anyway, we are sure to get on one of them.
W: Hi, my name is Anne Smith.
M: Hi. I'm Bill Harrington.
W: Mr. Harrington，I need to ask you a few questions before I show you what we have. First, what price can you accept?
M: Somewhere between 800 and 900 rent a month?
W: Okay, did you have a particular place in mind?
M: Well, I would like to live somewhere near the university or at least on the bus line. I have a class to attend early in the morning.
W: Okay. Are there any other things you would like to have? For example, a dishwasher, a swimming pool or air condition?
M: I would certainly like to have a dishwasher and some of like this air conditioning would be necessary. Oh, Yes. And two bedrooms will be nice.
W: Okay. Here are photos of the flat that meet your requirements.
M: Thank you. This one past the street looks nice. I would like to see it and the one Main Street.
W: Sure, let me get the keys and we can go right away.
M: Great. Thank you.
W: Hi, everybody. Welcome to the Sea Life Centre. This is an extremely exciting place with so many things to see. It costs £4 with grown-ups and £2 for children. It opens at 8:30 a.m. every day of the year except the 25th and 26th of December when the centre is closed. Special attractions to the children include the hourly feeding times for all the different fish. Starting at 9:30 a.m., you can see everything here from the biggest fish to the smallest. Every morning from 10:00, there are short films for children in the Sea Life Theatre.
Someone is always there to answer questions about what she's seen. The latest attraction of the center is a big glass passage you can walk through all around you. You'll see fish swimming sometimes even over your head. You certainly have a fierce possible view of the underwater world children like. It's really amazing for grown-ups, too. I'm sure you have a good time here.
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