B 1．This white one doesn't have a price on it. How much does it cost ? Do you know ? 2. ---- Will there be anything else ? ---- No, that's all today, thank you. 3．She wished she could get it, but it looked very expensive.
Key: PART II 1．What is Mrs. Norris looking for in Shaw's Depart-ment Store ? (b) 2．How much does the white one cost ? (a) 3．What costs her $17.99 ? (b) 4．How does .Mrs. Norris pay ? (b) 5．Where does Mrs. Norris live ? (b)
PART III. I daughter/Father's Day/gift/What/problem/shopping center/find/shopping center/men's/$3/wear/use. II 1．F 2．T 3．F
Shopping For Clothes (57")
Mrs. Norris is in Shaw's Department Store shopping for clothes.
Saleslady: May I help you ?
Mrs. Norris: Yes. I'm looking for a sweater for my son. This white one doesn't have a price on it.
How much does it cost ? Do you know ?
Saleslady: Yes, that's $37.99.
Mrs. Norris :My, that's expensive.
Saleslady: Here's a nice orlon one for $17.99. We sella lot of these.
Mrs. Norris: Yes, it is nice. I think I'll take it.
Saleslady: Will there be anything else ?
Mrs. Norris: No, that's all today, thank you .
Saleslady: Is that cash or charge ?
Mrs. Norris: Charge. I have an account here. But I don'thave my card with me.
Saleslady: That's ail right. Your name ?
Mrs. Norris: Mrs. Richard H. Norris.
Saleslady: Address ?
Mrs. Norris: 1730 Oak Drive ...
Father's Day (1'27")
Mrs. Reed said to Susan, her daughter, “Don't forget, Susan, tomorrow's Father's Day.”
“Oh, my goodness,” said Susan. “I don't have a gift. What should I get him, Mother ?”
“I don't know,” said Mrs, Reed. “That's always a problem. Why don't you walk down to the shopping center and try to find
Susan hurried to the shopping center and went into the men's store. She had ＄3.00. She thought, “I think I should get him
something to wear,” then she thought, “No, I ought to buy something for him to use.”
“May I help you ?” said Mr. Long.
“Yes, please, I want a gift for my father, but I don't know what to get.”
“How about a nice shirt ?” asked Mr. Long.
“No, I only have ＄3.00,” said Susan.
Then she saw it. It was a beautiful red and white tie. She knew her father would like that. She wished she could get it, but
it looked very expensive. “That's prebably about $ 10.00,” she thought to herself.
“How much is this red and white tie ?” she asked.
Mr. Long looked at her, and then looked at the tie. He took off the price tag and said, “That's exactly $ 3.00.” “Oh,