Exercises: A．Sentence Structure Directions: Listen carefully. You will hear a statement and a question following the statement. There is only one best answer to the question. Circle the letter beside your choice.
1.a．Kim 2.a．Peggy. b． Ben. b． In a high school. c． Playing baseball. c．Works as a teacher.
3.a． In September 4.a． At John's party. b． Started school b． At Tom's party. c． The boys. c． Tom.
5.a． Next Sunday. 6.a． Some crackers. b． Every Saturday. b．In a minute. c． Every Sunday. c． Dick.
7.a．His book. 8.a．Yesterday morning. b． Henry. b． By bus. c．On the floor c．My uncle.
9.a．Mike. 10.a．Office equipment. b． Some cheese. b．Jack. c．Because he liked it. c．All over Europe.
B． Difficult Sentences
Directions: You are going to hear some sentences chosen from the comprehension material in this lesson. Complete the sentences with what you hear on the tape.
1．Excuse me, Ed. I'll fix some __11___and crackers for us. I'll be back __12__.
2．I've got a job __13__that sells office equipment--- __14___--- you know the sort of thing.
PART II Ed Comes For Dinner
Exercises: Ⅰ． Complete the dialogue with what you hear on the tape, It's Friday evening and Mr. Nakamura (Ed) has been invited to the Norrises' for dinner. He approaches the house and rings the doorbell. Dick: I'll answer it. That's Ed. Hi, Ed. __1__. Come in. Peggy: Why, Ed. __2__!It's nice to see you again. Dick: Come in. Sit down .__3__.
Ⅱ．Complete the answers according to the information you get from the conversation. 1．What is Ben doing tonight? He is __4___. 2．What is Kim doing tonight? She is __5__. 3．What does Ed do in the International Institute of Health? He does __6__. 4．What does Peggy do? She teaches __7__.
Part III Old Friends Meet
Exercises: Ⅰ． Fill in the blanks with the words you hear on the tape, Michael was __8__along the street the other day. Suddenly he___9__ somebody shouting his name. He __10__and __11___round. A young man was__12__ after him. It was Jack Evans. Michael and Jack__13__ to the same school and the same university. But they hadn't __14__each other since then. They __15__to have lunch together. They __16__into the nearest restaurant and __17__at the table by the window.
Ⅱ． Complete the answers according to the information you get from the tape. 1.Did Michael stay in England after he left the university? No, he ___________________18______________________. 2.What has Michael been doing since he came back? He has been __19__old friends, __20__his family, __21__things for his new flat and just __22__a holiday. 3.What has Jack been doing? He has been __23__all over Europe for the last two years. He is still __24__and still __25__.
KEY: 1．Ben is playing baseball and Kim is taking a piano lesson. Who is playing baseball? (b) 2．Peggy works as a teacher in a high school. What does Peggy do? (c) 3．The boys started school in September. When did they start school? (a) 4．John met Sue at Tom's party. Where did John meet Sue? (b) 5．The Watsons go to the theatre every Sunday. Howoften do they go to the theatre? (c) 6．Dick is going to bring us some crackers in a minute. What is he going to bring us? (a) 7．Henry found his book on the floor. Where did Henry find his book? (c) 8．My uncle went to the city by bus yesterday morning. How did he go to the city? (b) 9．Mike bought some cheese because he liked it. Why did he buy some cheese? (c) l0．Jack travels all over Europe and sells office equipment. What does Jack sell? (a)
11.cheese 12.in a minute 13.in a company 14.paper, typewriters
Key: II 1．Good to see you. 2．How good you look 3．Make yourself at home 4．playing baseball 5. taking a piano lesson 6. research 7. Spanish
III 8-17.walking/heard/stopped/looked/running/went/met/decided/went/sat 18．worked in Canada for two years. 19．seeing. 20．visiting. 21. buying 22. having 23. travelling 24. travelling 25. selling
II.Ed Comes For Dinner (1＇10〃)
It's Friday evening and Mr. Nakamura (Ed) has been invited to the Norrises' for dinner. He approaches the house and rings the doorbell. (doorbell rings) Dick: I'll answer it. That's Ed. (opens door) Hi, Ed. Good to see you. Come in. Peggy: Why, Ed. How good you look! It's nice to see you again. Dick: Come in. Sit down. Make yourself at home. Ed: Where are the children? Peggy: Ben's playing baseball tonight. And Kim's taking a piano lesson. She'll be home soon. Dick: Excuse me, Ed. I'll fix some cheese and crackers for us. I'll be back in a minute. Peggy: Do you still work for the government? Ed: No. I'm with the International Institute of Health. Peggy: What do you do there, Ed? Ed: I do research. It's a very interesting place to work. Peggy: Oh, I'm sure it is. Ed: Are you working now, Peggy? Peggy: I teach Spanish in a high school. I like it very much … Oh, here's Dick. Dick: Here we are. This is for you, Ed. And this is for you, Peggy.
III. Old Friends Meet (1＇35〃)
Michael was walking along the street the other day. Suddenly he heard somebody shouting his name. He stopped and looked round. A young man was running after him. It was Jack Evans. Michael and Jack went to the same school and the same university. But they hadn't met each other since then. They decided to have lunch together. They went into the nearest restaurant and sat at the table by the window. (In the restaurant) Jack: It's good to see you again. You are an engineer, aren't you? Did you stay in England after you left the university? Michael: No, I worked in Canada for two years. It's a good place. Jack: That sounds interesting, but I'm sure you are glad to be back. What have you been doing since you came back? Michael: I've been seeing old friends, visiting my family, buying things for my new flat and just having a holiday. Jack: Haven't you got another job? Michael: Yes, I started a week ago. But what about you? Jack: I've got a job in a company that sells office equipment----paper, typewriters----you know the sort of thing. It may sound rather dull, but I'm a sales-man and I've been travelling all over Europe for the last two years. I'm still travelling and still selling. I like working abroad.