6. How will the woman reach the Waterloo Station after she walks across the bridge?
A. She can turn to another policeman.
B. She can follow a sign.
C. She can see the Waterloo Station.
7. How long will it take the woman to get to the Waterloo Station?
A. Halfan hour.B. Twenty minutes.C. Fifteen minutes.
8. What’s the color of the coat the man shows the woman?
A. Blue. B. Gray.C. Dark blue.
9. What does the woman buy at last?
A. The blue jacket.B. The gray coat.C. Nothing.
10. Why doesn’t the woman buy the jacket?
A. She thinks it too expensive.
B. She thinks it a little too big for her.
C. She doesn’t like the color.
11. Where does the dialogue take place?
A. At the airport.B. In a railway station.C. In a restaurant.
12. What’s the woman’s baggage number?
A. 713-9962.B. 703-9926.C. 703-1926.
13. What time might it probably be when the dialogue took place?
A. In the morning.B. At noon.C. In the afternoon.
14. What kind of newspaper is the Student-Times?
A. A weekly newspaper.
B. A daily newspaper.
C. A newspaper in Chinese.
15. Which of the following contents isn’t included in the Student-Times according to the dialogue?
A. Current reading.B. Test for each unit.C. Grammar learning.
16. By reading the newspaper, the man has improved his English in __________.
A. reading.B. listening. C. speaking.
17. What special food did Mrs. Wilson cook that day?
A. Some beef.B. Some meat.C. Some fish.
18. How did Mrs. Wilson first feel that day?
A. Happy but lonely.
B. Tired and unhappy.
C. Tired but happy.
19. What was Mrs. Wilson worried about?
A. The food.
B. The visitors’ lives.
C. Her neighbor’s cat.
20. What did the neighbor’s call mean to Mrs. Wilson?
A. She didn’t need to worry about anything.
B. She would be sorry to hear this news.
C. She would be unhappy about the news.
M: The film museum is one of the most modern buildings in that city, isn’t it?
W: Yes, it was designed by a very famous architect and there’s a lot of it still to be done.
M: Will Mr. Black be able to see me at 9:15 tomorrow morning?
W: Sorry, but he’s fully booked till eleven.
M: Would ten to one be convenient?
W: Yes, he’s free then.
W: It’s boring sitting on the bus for such a long time.
M: Well, let me look at this one. Yes. I think we can get off here at the cinema and see what is on.
W: It’s great here. Let’s have a good time here instead of the theatre.
M: If you can make up your mind about the color, I can start painting the wall next Monday.
W: Well, right now, I think I want red for the door and blue for the walls, but I’ll let you know tomorrow for sure.
M: Why are you looking me up and down?
W: What a strange suit you’re wearing! Your jacket doesn’t match your trousers.
M: I know. I got dressed in the dark, and I didn’t realize my mistake until I got to the office.
W: Excuse me. Can you tell me the way to the Waterloo Station?
M: Yes, walk down this road. Take the first turning on the left. Then walk until you come to the river and...
W: The river?
M: Yes, when you come to it, there is a bridge. Just walk across it. Follow the sign that says “To Waterloo Station”. You can’t miss it.
W: And is it far? I mean how long does it take to walk there?
M: About fifteen minutes, if you walk quickly.
W: I see. Thank you very much.
M: Not at all.
M: Good morning, madam. Is anybody taking care of you?
W: No, not yet. Could you show me that coat, the gray one in the middle?
M: Certainly. It looks good on you, madam.
W: I think so too. In my opinion, a slightly larger size would be better.
M: Would you like to try this one on?
W: This one fits me well. How much does it cost?
M: Only one hundred and fifty dollars.
W: OK, I’ll take it. I’d also like the blue jacket on the right. How much is it?
M: It’s just two hundred and fifty dollars.
W: Oh, it’s too expensive, I’m afraid.
M: Anything else?
W: Eh, no, thanks.
W: Hello! Have you been waiting long?
M: Not very long. It’s good to see you. How was your trip? When did you leave?
W: Just before noon. I had lunch on the plane.
M: What did they give you?
W: Salad and sandwiches, and cake for dessert.
M: Have you picked up your bag yet?
W: No. It’s a big one, I’m sorry to say. I hope they put it on the plane!
M: I hope so, too... Here’s the Baggage Claim. But the things from your plane aren’t here yet. What does your bag look like?
W: It’s a big black one. Here’s the truck now. Look at all those bags!
M: And look at all the people. Let’s stand over here. There’s a big black bag.
W: That’s not mine. Mine is bigger. There it is.
W: Let’s check the number. This says 7039926.
W: That’s my bag. I’m sorry it’s so heavy.
M: Never mind. Let’s go out by that door... Wait here with the bag while I get my car from the parking lot.
W: Which English newspaper published in China do you like?
M: The Student-Times, I think.
W: Do you know where it is published?
M: Yes, it is published in Beijing.
W: Is it a weekly newspaper?
M: Yes, that’s right. It appears every week. It includes Current reading, Easy class, and Test for each unit. I really like it very much. By reading the newspaper, I really have improved my English in reading, writing and understanding of the text. And I got first place in the final examination.
W: Very good. Can you tell me the address of it?
M: No problem.
W: Mrs. Wilson invited some friends for lunch. She was eager to try a new way of cooking a fish dish, and she was very pleased with herself when the dish was ready. Because the dish was hot, she put it near the window to cool it for a few minutes. When she came back for it, she was surprised to find the neighbor’s cat by the dish. Fortunately, she came in time to stop the cat. That afternoon was a great success and they talked and laughed till four o’clock. At the end of the afternoon, when she was alone again, she felt tired but happy. She was sitting near the window when she was frightened to see her neighbor carrying the cat, dead. What had happened to her friends? She at once called the family doctor. He told her to phone each of her visitors to meet him. Just as she sat down, the telephone rang. It was her neighbor. “My cat was killed by a car.”