A. Too expensive.B. Too close to the stage.C. Uncomfortable.
7. When does the man plan to see the performance?
A. Next Saturday. B. On October 21st.C. On October 25th.
8. How much does each upstair ticket cost?
A. 10.B. 3.75. C. 2.50.
9. Where does the conversation probably happen?
A. At the doctor’s office.
B. At the police station.
C. In the street.
10. What is the man who asked the time like?
A. He is tall and thin.
B. He is tall and fat.
C. He is short and thin.
11. How many people robbed the woman?
A. Two.B. Three.C. We don’t know.
12. Where are the speakers talking to each other?
A. On the Internet.
B. Somewhere before a computer.
C. In a computer store.
13. How much will the man pay for two cameras?
14. Which of the following is right according to the conversation?
A. People can onlyuse credit cards while shopping on the Internet.
B. Shopping on the Internet is easier than that in the stores.
C. Most people prefer the Internet shopping only because of the lower prices.
15. How many rooms does the Hotel Placid have?
A. 8.B. 35.C. 20.
16. Which hotel is the cheapest?
A. The Elm.B. The Hotel Placid.C. The Singing Fiddle.
17. What is the Elm’s telephone number?
A. 60744.B. 81660.C. 25397.
18. What is Peter Smith?
A. A doctor.B. A waiter. C. A tour guide.
19. Which meal should the tourists pay extra money for?
A. Breakfast.B. Lunch.C. Evening meal.
20. When does the hotel swimming pool open?
A. At 6:30 a.m..B. At 8:30 a.m.. C. At 9:00 p.m..
M: When are you leaving?
W: I have bought the plane ticket. The plane takes off at 8：15 tomorrow.
M: Say good-bye then.
W: Could you have my dress delivered?
M: Of course, madam. May I have your address, please?
W: 7345 King Street.
W: How can I get to the shopping center from here?
M: You can take a bus or a taxi, but it isn’t too far to walk.
M: It’s getting colder and colder.
W: Yes. We’d better put on some thick clothes. It’s late October and the winter is coming.
M：I asked your mother about your bike accident. She didn’t know anything about it.
W：That’s because I made it up.
M: I’d like to book a few seatsfor “Hamlet”, please.
W: Yes, sir.
M: Have you got any seats downstairs?
W: Yes, we have.
M: How much are they?
W: $3.75 each.
M: Are there any seats for $2.50?
W: Yes, there are—upstairs. How many?
M: Four, please.
W: For which night?
M: What about Saturday, October 21st?
W: I can give you four seats in Row 8.
M: How long will the performance last?
W: Two and a half hours.
M: Thank you. How much will that be in all?
M：So, two men grabbed your bag as you came out of the bank and ran off down the street. Is that correct?
W: Yes. One of them stopped me and asked me the time. The other one grabbed my bag.
M: Would you please describe them?
W: I’m not sure. Because it happened so quickly.
M: The one who asked you the time, what did he look like?
W: Well, let me see. He was short and he had brown hair and a little moustache. He was very thin, about 20 years old. And he was wearing a black jacket.
M: Did you notice the color of his eyes?
W: Yes. They were brown.
M: Good. And what about the other man?
W: I’m sorry, I didn’t get a good look at him. He was quite tall. I remember he had a beard. He was bald and he appeared much older than the short one.
M: Thank you. We may call you tomorrow.
W：What are you doing here?
M: I’m buying a camera.
W: On the computer?
M: Yeah, Ilike to shop on the Internet.
W: Oh, yeah.
M: Sure, Internet shopping is great because it’s easy to compare prices, so you can save money. The camera I want costs 900 dollars, but I found it on the Internet only 750 dollars.
W: That’s a good deal—you save 150 dollars.
M: Yeah, and it’s a lot easier than shopping in the stores. You don’t have to leave your house. You just send in your credit card information and they send it to your house.
W: That’s true—but I’d rather pay cash than use my credit card. And I don’t like sending my credit card information over the Internet.
W: Hello. Minchhampton Tourist Office.
M: Hello, we want to stay in a hotel in Minchhampton.
W: Well, we’ve only got three, the Elm, the Hotel Placid and the Singing Fiddle.
M: How large are they?
W: The Elm has twenty rooms. The Hotel Placid has thirty-five rooms and the Singing Fiddle has only eight rooms.
M: How much do they cost?
W: The Elm costs 16 pounds per person a night, the Hotel Placid 32 pounds and the Singing Fiddle only 8 pounds.
M: Thank you, and what are the telephone numbers?
W: The Elm is 25397, the Hotel Placid 60744 and the Singing Fiddle 81660.
M: Thank you.
Good afternoon everyone! Welcome to the Riverside Hotel. My name is Peter Smith and I will be your tour guide. Now, I’d like to tell you about the arrangements for meals and for using the hotel facilities. Breakfast is available in the first floor of the hotel, next to the lifts. As for lunch, we can provide sandwiches for you to take on your trips. Evening meals are served from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. in the restaurant, where you can have an excellent view of the river. It is well-known for its fish dishes. Breakfast and evening meal are included in the cost of your holiday, but lunch is an extra charge. There’s no charge for anything else-they are all included in the trips. Finally, the hotel swimming pool. All guests are free to use it from 6：30 when it opens in the morning, until 10：00 when it closes at night. But before 8：30 in the morning and after 7：30 in the evening you need to ask for a key at the reception desk. Well, that’s all I have to say for now. I’ll see you at dinner later.