A. She will start a new job.B. She has to take another training. C. She is busy with her new job.
3. Who is the woman speaking to?
A. A policeman.B. A friend.C. A shop assistant.
4. How many hours will the woman be in New York?
A. Two hours.B. Six hours.C. Four hours.
5. What does the man mean?
A. He thinks that the tickets near the stage have been sold out-
B. He doesn't want to sit near the stage.C. He means it is not easy at all to get tickets.
6. What is the relationship between the woman and the man?
A. Doctor and patient.B. Father and mother.C. Friends.
7. What does the woman suggest the man do?
A. To take two tablets of each of these before every meal.
B. To do much running.C. Not to have an injection.
8. Where does the conversation take place most probably?
A. In a gift shop.B. In a flower shop.C. At a bank.
9. How many kinds of gifts did the man mention?
A. Three.B. Four.C. Five.
10. Which hat does the woman like?
A. The blue one.B. The red one.C. The yellow one.
11. Why did the man come late this time?
A. Because he got up late as usual.B. Because of the heavy traffic jam.
C. Because he left his home late.
12. What was the man's excuse last time?
A. Getting up late.B. Traffic jam.C. Missing the bus.
13. Why was the woman a little confused?
A. Because she doesn't know the places.
B. Because she was asked two places.
C. Because she doesn't know the man.
14. Where will the man want to go?
A. Go to the post office.B. Go to the Middle School.C. Both A and B.
15. What is the article talking about?
A. The history of Olympic Game.
B. The opening ceremony of 28th Olympic Games.
C. The closing ceremony of 28th Olympic Games.
16. How many silver medals has the Chinese delegation won?
17. When and where will the next Olympic Games be held?
A. 2008, in Sydney.B. 2008, in Athens.C. 2008, in Beijing.
18. What does this passage talk about?
A. Copyright.B. Publication.C. Law Act.
19. No part of the publication may be reproduced except?
A. With the permission of the Press.
B. With the written permission of the Press.C. Not mentioned.
20. What are the exceptions not allowed for?
A. For private reading.B. For review.C. For sale.
W: Do you think we should paint our bedroom yellow or light blue?
M: Why not pink?
M: When will you be leaving for your planned holiday in Hawaii?
W: It's out of the question. I've got a new job. I won't be free until my training is over.
M: Can I help you, madam?
W: Yes, I want to report a theft that happened to my house during our absence. My husband and I went on a holiday last week.
M: I see. What is missing?
M: It only takes two hours to get to New York, but you'll have a six-hour layover between flights.
W: Oh, that's good. I don't mind having the time in New York. I still have a few things to shop for.
M: Let's try to get two seats near the stage.
W: Listen, we'll be lucky enough if we can get any tickets.
W: What's your trouble, young man?
M: I've got a bad headache, and my nose is running.
W: Let's take your temperature. It's a little bit high. Open your mouth and say Ah.
W: You've got a cold. I'll prescribe some medicine for you, and you need an injection, and plenty of water and sleep as well. Take two tablets of each of these before every meal.
M: Ok. Thanks.
W: Excuse me. I am looking for something local or special here as gifts. Could you give me some suggestions?
M: Well, we have quite a few choices here: pottery, postcards with our local scenery, hand-made woolen hats and over there some food.
W: These hats look very beautiful! How much are they?
M: Forty-five dollars each or eighty dollars for the pair.
W: OK. I'll take the red one.
W: How can you be late again? You are always getting up late.
M: But this morning, I got up at .
W: You are not telling the truth! It only takes one hour to go from your home to school. But look at your watch, it's now.
M: But today the traffic jam took me one and a half hours to get through.
M: Excuse me, could you tell me where the post office is?
W: Go straight on, turn right at the first traffic lights. The post office is about fifty meters away.
M: I see. And is the No. 13 Middle School far away from the post office?
W: Not far. It's about 150 meters. Where do you want to go?
M: Oh, I only want to pick up my cousin from school. I am told that the school is next to the post office, and that is why I want to know how to get to the post office first. ?154 ?
The 28th Olympic Games comes to end on Sunday in Athens. A Greek ceremony sees off athletes from all over the world and a Chinese show invites people to regather in Beijing in 2008.
International Olympic Committee President Jacque Rogge praised the athletes, saying they are role models and advises them to promote the message of the Games when they get home.
Some ten thousand athletes from 202 countries and regions have competed in 28 events at the Games over the past 16 days.
And the Chinese delegation has put on the best Olympic performance ever by winning 32 gold, 17 silver and 14 bronze medals.
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