A. The man's son is too young.B. She will attend a meeting tomorrow. C. It'll snow heavily.
4. Where does the conversation take place most probably?
A. At a bus stop.B. At a railway station.C. In a bank.
5. When did the man arrive?
6. What's the relationship between the two speakers?
A. Teacher and student.B. Boss and employee.C. Husband and wife.
7. What happened to the man?
A. He failed his final test.B. He was out of work.C. He gave the students a hard final.
8. What's the probable relationship between the two speakers?
A. Salesperson and customer.B. Old school friends.C. Fellow workers.
9. What do we know about the woman in the dialogue?
A. She is fond of her work.B. She's tired of traveling.C. She is interested in law.
10. Why does the man want to talk to Dr. Perkins on the phone?
A. To discuss something with the doctor.
B. To ask Dr. Perkins to give a lecture. C. To see him about his illness.
11. What is the doctor doing at the moment?
A. Giving an operation.B. Giving a lecture.C. Having a meeting.
12. Why does the man want to hire a car?
A. To go and see his friends.B. To visit the city.C. To go shopping.
13. What is the rental money for a Santana?
A. 400 yuan a day.B. 300 yuan a day.C. 200 yuan a day.
14. Which of the following is true according to the conversation? ?76 ?
A. The man is on holiday in Shanghai.B. The man has decided to hire a Santana for 3 days.
C. Jettas are the most popular with the tourists.
15. Where does the conversation take place?
A. At an airport.B. On a plane.C. At a duty free shop.
16. What does the man think of the prices of the items in the duty-free shop?
A. Very high.B. Low.C. A little high.
17. Which of the following is right?
A. The man is from the States.B. The man has arrived in a foreign country.
C. It took him a long time to get through the Immigration
18. What can we learn about the radio station?
A. It is owned by the English Coffee Shop.
B. It is on Montana at Seventh Street in Santa Monica.
C. It sells advertising time.
19. What will the weather be like?
A. CloudyB. ColdC. Fine
20. What can we learn about Santa MonicaBeach?
A. It is a good place for parking cars.
B. It is a good place for surfing.
C. It is a good place for swimming.
W: Paul, do you remember Jessica's birthday?
M: Yeah. It's the day before Teacher's Day.
M: Jane, do you still live in the China Great Hotel?
W: Oh, I forget to tell you that we moved to the Hilton last week.
M: Helen, I am going to take my son to the zoo tomorrow morning. Would you like to go with us?
W: I'd like to, but the weather report says it'll snow heavily tomorrow.
M: Excuse me, Madam. Can I take Bus 105 to the railway station?
W: Sorry, I am also new here. Maybe you can ask someone else.
W: Sir, can I come in now?
M: Sorry, Lady. I am afraid that you have to wait half an hour for our business hours that are from 8：30 am to .
M: How are you, Mrs Brandon?
W: Pretty good. How are you doing?
M: Not so good. I lost my job today.
W: I'm sorry to hear that.
M: How are your students doing?
W: They are very nervous about their final test.
M: I remember you gave our class a hard final test in my first year of college. Many of us failed. But I really learned a lot from you. You see, I canspeak very good English.
W: Thank you for saying so.
M: Hello. This is Mike. Who is it, please?
W: Oh, Mike. This is Amy. My goodness! I've at last got hold of you.
M: Nice to hear from you again after all these years. What have you been doing?
W: Well, I've tried many things since school. I'm now working for a food processing company, in charge of sales. So I travel a lot.
M: Oh, that's great. You must really enjoy it.
W: Oh, I do. Yeah, it's interesting,but it's quite tiring. But, Hmm…What about you, Mike?
M: I work in a law firm , practicing in business law.
W: Oh, that's challenging.
M: Yeah, but I like my job.
W: Good afternoon! Dr. Perkins' office.
M: Good afternoon. I'd like to speak to the doctor. Is he in?
W: Who is that calling, please?
M: My name is Li Hong. I'm from China.
W: I'm sorry. Dr. Perkins is now at an important meeting and can't answer your call.
M: I'm an exchange scholar. Dr. Perkins asked me to give a lecture. There are some details I want to discuss with him.
W: I see, but you must speak to himself about that. Oh, well, if you leave your number, I'll tell him to ring you as soon as he is available.
M: Thanks. My number is 7838298.
W: Good morning. This is Shanghai Car Rental.
M: Good morning, Miss. A friend of mine suggested I call you to hire a car.
W: Oh, yes. A lot of people do this these days.
M: Yes, we are just on holiday here for a few days and they said it would be a good idea to hire a car to get around the city.
W: Well, it certainly is. What kind of car do you want to hire?
M: What can you suggest?
W: We have a variety of choice, such as Xiali, which is the cheapest, 200 yuan a day, Citroen, Jatta, Elysee, but Santana sedans are the big favorite these days.
M: How much if I hire a Santana for three days?
W: Oh, that will be 1,200 yuan.
M: On, it sounds a bit too expensive. What about a Jetta?
W: It will be 300 yuan a day.
M: Then I'd better hire a Jetta tomorrow morning, would there be any problem?
W: No problem at all. Now let me take down your name and telephone number.
W: Excuse me. I'm with the airport office. I'm doing a survey. Can I ask you some questions?
M: Sure. Go ahead.
W: How do you feel about the arrival area? Were you happy with it?
M: Yes, but it's a long way from the gate to the Immigration.
W: Oh, I'm sorry about that. Well, how about Immigration? How long did it take you to get through?
M: Oh, it's really quick-it took me only about 3 or 4 minutes.
W: Oh, good. OK, then, I see you bought some duty free items. Were you happy with the prices?
M: Well, I thought they were a little high.
W: A little high? Compared to…?
M: Oh, to most places in Asia— although I will say the prices seem lower here than in the States.
W: I see. Well, how about the general appearance of the airport?
M: Oh, excellent. It's about the cleanest airport I've ever been in.
W: So, all in all it is clean and efficient?
M: Yes, oh, I've got to go, here comes my suitcase.
This is radio station KSPF in Santa Monica, California. It's time for the weather report, brought to you today by the English Coffee Shop on Montana at Seventh Street in Santa Monica-open twenty-four hours a day with the best food in Santa Monica.
At , the sun is out after a cloudy morning. The wind is from the west at three miles an hour, and the temperature is seventy-eight degrees with waves which are two to three feet high. Good waves! If you are driving to the beach this afternoon, park at the north end of the beach. The south end parking field is already full. Have a good time at the beach!
This weather report has been brought to you by the English Coffee Shop on Montana at Seventh Street in Santa Monica-open twenty-four hours a day with the best food in Santa Monica.