What is the boy going to buy?
A. Some juice.
B. Some oranges.
C. Some apples.
1.Where does the conversation most probably take place?
A. At a restaurant.
B. At a flower shop.
C. At a concert.
2. Who is coming for tea?
3. What is wrong with the man?
A.He has got a headache.
B.There is something wrong with his nose.
C.He needs a rest.
4. What are the speakers doing?
A. Talking about going to the Xinhua Bookstore.
B. Talking about seeing the woman’s uncle.
C. Talking about what to do after work.
5. How many ways of learning Chinese does Lucy tell us?
6. Where did the woman go for a trip?
A. To China.
B. To South Korea.
C. To Canada.
7. What does the woman like about it?
8. Where did Bob watch a science show?
A. At the cinema .
B. In the museum.
C. In the hall.
9. What could people do during the show?
A. Buy some things.
B. Take many photos.
C. Ask the scientists questions.
10. How much is the ticket to the show?
A. One dollar.
B. Five dollars.
C. Ten dollars.
11. What’s the weather like?
12. How is the music in Blue Tea House?
13. How long will it take them to walk to Spring Tea House?
A. Five minutes.
B. Ten minutes.
C. Fifteen minutes.
14. Where did Michael get the job information?
A. On TV.
B. In a magazine.
C. In a newspaper.
15. How old was Michael when he left the university?
16. What is Michal good at?
A. Spoken English.
B. Written English.
17. What does Mark Chan do?
A. He’s a singer.
B. He’s a tourist.
C. He’s a guide.
18. What was Chicago famous for in the past?
A. Being a meat market.
B. Its opera house.
C. Its nice museums.
19. How many fine museums are there in Chicago?
A. Less than 5.
B. More than 15.
C. More than 50.
20. Where is Mark Chan probably now?
A. On a bus.
B. In a theater.
C. In a museum.
1~5 ABCCB 6~10 ACBCA
11~15 CBBCC 16~20 ACABA
21. Chinese 22. Japanese
23. 9:30 pm 24. the post office
M: I’m going shopping, Mum. Do you need anything?
W: Yes, get some apples and some oranges to make juice with.
M: Well, we already have lots of oranges.
W: OK, just some apples then.
1. M: The flowers are lovely, aren’t they? And I like the music, too.
W: Next time I’ll choose another place to eat. It’s too expensive to pay 50 dollars for so little food.
2. W: John, is Mark coming for tea tomorrow?
M: Yes, I told you yesterday, Alice.
W: Oh. Did you? Sorry, I must have forgotten.
3. M: I’m not feeling very well and I easily feel tired these days.
W: It’s nothing serious but you’d better stay in bed for a few days.
4. M: How about going to the Xinhua Bookstore after work?
W: Sorry, I have to see my uncle. He is in hospital.
5. M: How do you study Chinese, Lucy?
W: By reading my textbooks, making flashcards and asking my teacher for help.
W: I took the most interesting trip to China.
M: China? Not South Korea? I thought you had been to South Korea.
W: I wanted to go to China and South Korea, but I didn’t have enough time.
M: I didn’t know you were interested in China.
W: China is an amazing country and I went to most places of it. I love Chinese art.
W: Bob, what did you do yesterday?
M: I watched a science show in the museum.
W: How did you like the show?
M: It was amazing. During the show, people could ask the scientists questions. There will be another show this Tuesday. Would you like to go with me ?
W: Yes, I’d like to . What should I do if I want to watch the show?
M: Well, you should buy a ticket first. And you’d better bring your notebook.
W: How much is the ticket to the show?
M: It’s only one dollar.
M: It’s so hot and I’m thirsty, Mary.
W: So am I . Why don’t we get something to drink?
M: Yeah. Let’s go to Blue Tea House. It’s only five minutes’ walk from here. And I love their soft drinks.
W: Oh, Tom…I don’t like Blue Tea House.
M: Why? The drinks there are good, aren’t they?
W: The drinks are fine. But it is always so crowed there. The loud music makes me tense.
M: OK. So where would you like to go, Mary?
W: Let’s go to Spring Tea House. The soft music relaxes me. What’s more, it’s only ten minutes’ walk from here.
M: Good idea. That’s a good place to relax.
Dear Mr White,
I learn from the newspaper that an English secretary is wanted in your company. I hope I can get the job.
My name is Michael. I am twenty-eight. I did well in English at university. I have been out of the university for five years. I’ve been working as an English guide for four years. And I think I will get more pleasure in the job as a secretary. My spoken English is very good. I want to be accepted by your company. Please give me a chance.
Good morning, everyone! Welcome to Chicago. I’m Mark Chan and I’ll be your guide today for your visit to Chicago. In the past, Chicago was the central meat market for about 100 years. In modern times, the city is famous for its nice museums. There are more than 15 excellent museums here. Now we are passing by the Chicago Lear Opera House. You can hear operas by some famous singers. If you have any questions during the tour, I’d be very happy to help you. My telephone number is 312-726-1088. I hope you will have a very good time in Chicago.
Blue Sky Restaurant is the biggest international restaurant in Park City. Every day hundreds of people from different cultures come here. In the restaurant, food from different countries is served. If you like Chinese food, you can have dinner on the first floor, Italian food is offered on the second floor and on the third floor French food is offered. If you are interested in Japanese food, please go to the fourth floor. The restaurant opens at ten o’clock in the morning and closes at half past nine in the evening. The address of the restaurant is No. 8, Park Street. It’s next to the post office. If you want more information about the restaurant, please call at 21273428.