A. Weather. B. Food and water.C. Traveling information.
8. What does the woman plan to do for holidays?
A. She would help the man get some information.
B. To work in the garden to make a path.
C. To go somewhere out-of-the-way.
9. Why is the man going to the library?
A. To prepare for his last exam.
B. To borrow some books.
C. To sit in his last exam.
10. What will the woman do in August?
A. Work as a waitress.B. Work on a boat.C. Do experiments in the lab.
11. Why cannot the woman visit the man in July?
A. She will not be free to see him.
B. There will be too many tourists then.
C. He will be working in a restaurant.
12. What is Miss Lan going to do in Ola city?
A. To be a doctor.B. To be a nurse. C. To be a teacher.
13. What worries Miss Lan so much?
A. The people in Ola are not friendly enough.
B. The work in Ola is hard to do.
C. She has no friends in Ola.
14. Which of the following is right?
A. Miss Lan will telephone Mr. Huang after she arrives in Ola.
B. Miss Lan will e-mail Mr. Huang after she arrives in Ola.
C. Miss Lan will send a letter to Mr. Huang after she arrives in Ola.
15. How many computers do they have all together?
A. 80.B. 168.C. 208.
16. What is the use of the computer in class?
A. It is used to help teachers teach.
B. It is used to learn new words.
C. It is used to save time.
17. Why do they use the computer in class?
A. They use it to make the work easier and save a lot of time.
B. They have to.
C. They like to use it.
18. What is the talk mainly for?
A. A report.B. Pleasant news.C. A welcome.
19. Where does the university lie?
A. In America.B. In India.C. In England.
20. What can we learn from what the speaker said?
A. Bradford supplies you with good situation.
B. The university is the best of all.
C. You can only take English courses there.
M: Would you like to go to Paris with me next week?
W: I’d like to. But I have to stay here in London.
M：Well, the environment was nice, but the meat was tough, the potatoes were cold, and the service was terrible.
W：Yes, and they charged us too much.
W: Waiter, a table for three, please！
M: Would you like to sit over there in the corner?
W: No problem. Please get it ready as soon as possible.
M: OK, just a moment.
M: Mary, you didn’t do well in today’s math test. What was the matter?
W: I was in a hurry, and I didn’t check my answers.
M: That’s too bad you didn’t think of it before.
W: Sorry, Mr. Smith. If only I had been more careful!
W: I have got time to buy a magazine, haven’t I?
M: The train is about to leave.
M: Oh dear, I suppose it’s time to start thinking about the summer holidays again. The papers are full of travel articles.
W: They always are at this time of year. Have you got somewhere already in mind?
M: I just think it would be nice to go somewhere different, for example, Tibet.
W: Where? Tibet? But it’s quite far away. It will cost a lot.
M: But you know I’d like to go somewhere out-of-the-way. Somewhere where there aren’t many tourists. I haven’t been to Tibet, but some people I know tell me it’s a wonderful place for a holiday.
W: You might have trouble with the food and water.
M: Never mind, I can get some information from the travel agency and see what they offer. Are you coming with me?
W: I’d be quite happy to stay at home and work in the garden. You know I want to make a path.
W: Hey, Fred.
M: How’s it going, Alice?
W: Great. I just finished my last exam for the semester, and now I’m going home to get ready for the summer break. What about you?
M：I’ll finish my last exam this afternoon. I’m on my way to the library now to finish studying for it. Where are you going this summer?
W: I am going to work on a boat.
M: Sounds good. I’ll be working nearby on the coast.
W: What are you planning to do on the coast?
M: My uncle owns a restaurant there, so I’ll be working as a waiter at night. I have to save a lot of money for the next school year. Maybe we can get together this summer since we’ll be living near each other.
W: That sounds good. I’ll be too busy on the boat during July, and I won’t see you. But in June and later in August I’ll be doing experiments in the lab and I could drive up and see you.
M: OK. My uncle tells me June is the best time to go there before the town gets too crowded with tourists. Call me before you leave tomorrow and I’ll give you a phone number where I can be reached this summer.
W: Mr. Huang, I’m going to teach in Ola very soon, perhaps next month.
M: Congratulations, Miss Lan！You should be happy. You see, Ola is a big city; there are a lot of interesting things to see.
W: Yes, that’s why I’ve come to you. I have mixed feelings, you see, I’m excited but I’m also a bit worried.
M: What bothers you?
W: You see it’s this: someone told me that people from Ola look down upon people from other places. Is this true?
M: Oh, yes. Some people do. I hate this kind of attitude, I’m sure not everyone in Ola is like that. Do you look down upon others in the class?
W: Of course not！I often help them. And I’ve learned a lot from the people coming from other places. They are all hard-working. Most of them are talented.
M: Anyway, you will start a new life in a beautiful city.
W: Yes. I feel excited. I’ll e-mail to you when I settle down.
M: Thank you. Then good-bye and good luck！
W: Now, let me show you around our school. This is our computer lab.
M: Wow! So many computers! How many computers do you have?
W: We have 80 in this lab and we have another 40 in another lab. Besides all these, we have one for each teacher.
M: Then, how many teachers do you have?
W: 88. The teachers are using the computers as aids in their classes.
M: Really? Can we go into the classes to have a look?
W: Yes. This is an English class. The teacher is explaining new words with the help of the computer.
M: How nice! It is easier to explain the words with the help of the computer.
W: And it saves a lot of time.
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