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Unit 1

1~8 CACBACDA; 9~11 CAB; 12~15 DADB

16. average

17. taking care of

18. pursue hobbies

19. pressures of study or work

20. spent in different ways


1. W: I’d like to take a trip to Florida for my spring break, can you give me any idea where to go?

M: I could tell you about the places I visited, but I think you’d better look up a travel agency to help with the arrangements.

Q: What does the man suggest the woman do?

2. M: I’m really tired of driving at night even though the traffic seems fine.

W: I s ee. Let’s stop for some food and then find a motel nearby, so we can start early tomorrow.

Q: What do we learn about the speakers?

3. M: Jeff’s got a lot of good ideas. Do you think he is willing to come to the meeting?

W: Oh, I think he’d be glad to come,but what’s difficult is getting the guy to speak before a large crowd.

Q: What does the woman imply about Jeff?

4. W: I hear you are leaving the company and going back to school this year.

M: Yes, I’m enrolled in a graduate program in public administratio n.

Q: What is the man going to do?

5. W: Have you applied for the Art Director position?

M: No, I’d like to. But the job starts on the first of May and I wouldn’t be available until June.

Q: What does the man mean?

6. W: Will my car be ready by the end of the day?

M: It should be. I’ll call if there are any problems. We are open until six.

Q: What is probably the man’s job?

7. W: I have a big paper due Monday, but I promise Laura we’d clean the apartment this weekend. What am I going to do?

M: Why don’t you just see if Laura can wait for a week or two?

Q: What does the man suggest the woman do?

8. W: Construction on the bridge has really slowed the traffic.

M: I know. Since they started working the time it takes me to get to work has doubled.

Q: What are the speakers talking about?

Conversation One

W: Sales department, Can I help you?

M: Oh, yes, I hope so. My name is Kings Bruce of GPF Ltd. We need some supplies for our design office.

W: I see. What sort of things are you looking for, Mr. Kings Bruce?

M: Well, first of all, we need one complete new drawing board.

W: Well, in the standard range, we have the D044, and the D045 models.

M: Oh, what’s the difference between them?

W: Well, the D045 has its own mending system and it does cost slightly more as a result.

M: So what is the total price?

W: For the D045 it is 387 pounds 50 cents.

M: And did that include the value added tax?

W: Oh, yes!

M: Can you tell me how long does it take to deliver?

W: I can’t give a definite date now, I am afraid, because it depends on the other orders we have to get out. But it will certainly be within 3 weeks.

M: OK, now we also want some drawing paints, ink and correction fluid and some drawing paper.

W: Ah, now the lady who deals with drawing office supplies isn’t here this morni ng, I am afraid.

But I could ask her to give you a ring this afternoon if you like.

M: Oh, yes, thank you.

W: What is your telephone number?

M: It is writing. That is code 0734, 21653-51.

W: Ok. I’ll get Miss Thomson to ring you this afternoon. Now would you like me to place your order for one D045 drawing board?

M: Yes, please. You’ve been most helpful. Good bye.

W: Good-bye!

Questions 9 to 11 are based on the conversation you have just heard.

9. What’s the man’s purpose in making the telephone call?

10. Why can’t the man order the other drawing office supplies right now?

11. What’s the man’s telephone number?

Conversation Two

W: Daves, ever since he moved into his own apartment, he’s been losing weight. He really doesn’t look well at all.

M: He should try to gain some weight. He is probably not eating enough.

W: Well, anyway how is Tim these days?

M: Tim? Oh, Tim has me worried too. He is really getting much too fat. He needs to lose about 75 pounds now. W: That’s a lot of weight to lose. What does Tim eat?

M: I really don’t know. But I am sure he is eating too much cake and candy.

W: Well, did I tell you Mark doesn’t eat any meat now? He only eats vegetables and fruit.

M: That’s probably why he is so thin. Does he smoke?

W: Does he smoke? About two packs o f cigarettes a day. That’s my son, a smoking vegetarian.

M: En, if he stops smoking, he will win weight. I know he would. Tim put on a lot of weight when he stops smoking.

W: Does Tim play any sports?

M: Play sports? Oh, mine! I keep telling him “Tim dear, you really need to get some exercise.” And do you know what he does? He just gets angry.

W: I know Mark doesn’t take exercise, either.

M: Did you tell him?

W: Of course, but you know what it is like being a mother of a 30-year-old boy. They just don’t th ink they need your advice any more. I wish Mark could find a nice girl friend to relax and have fun with. I heard Tim has a girl friend at last. That’s wonderful.

Questions 12 to 15 are based on the conversation you have just heard.

12. When did Mark start losing weight according to the woman?

13. Why is the man worried about Tim?

14. What do Tim and Mark have in Common?

15. What is the woman’s wish for Mark?

Unit 2

1~8 CAABABAD; 9~12 ACAB; 13~15 BAD

16. probably

17. freshman

18. boarding

19. extra

20. Nonetheless

21. compatible

22. mutual

23. in common

24. divisions

25. unexpected

26~28 BBD


1. M: As you can see from the drawings, the kitchen has one door into the dining room, another into the family room and a third to the outside.

W: The door into the family room isn’t big enough. Could it be made wider?

Q: What are the speakers doing?

2. M: I’m thinking about where to go for a bite tonight. Any suggestions, Barbara?

W: Well, how about the French restaurant near the KFC? Frankly, I’ve had enough of our canteen food.

Q: What do we learn about the woman?

3. W: Hey, if you can’t enjoy the music at a sensible volume, why not use earphones? I’m preparing for the speech contest.

M: Oh, sorry. I didn’t realize I’ve being bothering you all this time.

Q: What is the man probably doing?

4. M: Finally, I’ve got the chance to put on my new suit tonig ht. I hope to make a good impression on your family.

W: Come on! It’s only a family reunion. So jeans and T-shirts are just fine.

Q: What does the woman mean?

5. M: Would you like to see those pants in brown and navy blue? These two colors are coming in this season.

W: Oh, actually grey is my favorite color, but I prefer something made from cotton, 100% cotton I mean.

Q: What is the woman looking for?

6. W: From here, the mountains look as if you could just reach out and touch them。

M: That’s why I ch ose this lodge. It has one of the best views in Switzerland.

Q: What is the man’s chief consideration in choosing the lodge?

7. M: What do I have to do to apply for a passport?

W: You need proof of citizenship, either an old passport or a birth certificate and three photographs. Then you must complete this form and pay a fee.

Q: What is the man most probably going to do?

8. M: Miss, can I interest you in a pork special with serving tonight? It’s only 799, half the usual price and it’s very tasty.

W: Oh really? I will try it.

Q: What does the man say about the dish?


Conversation 1

W:Good evening, and welcome to this week’s Business World, the program for and about business people.

Tonight, we have Mr. Steven Kayne, who has just taken over and established bicycle shop. Tell us, Mr. Kayne, what made you want to run your own store?

M: Well, I always loved racing bikes and fixing them. When I was working full-time as a salesman for a big company, I seldom had time to enjoy my hobby. I knew then that as soon as I had enough money to get my own business going, I’ll do it. I had my heart set on it and I didn’t let anything stand in my way. When I went down to the bank and got a business loan, I knew I’d love being my own boss. Now my time is my own. I open th e store when I want and leave when I want.

W: You mean you don’t keep regular hours?

M: Well, the sign on my store says the hours are ten to six, but if business is slower than usual, I can just lock up and take off early.

W: Have you hired any employees to work with you yet?

M: Yeah, a couple of friends of mine who love biking as much as I do. They help me out a few days a week. It’s great because we play cards or just sit around and talk when there are no customers.

W: Thank you, Mr. Kayne. We wish you success in your new business.

Question 9-12 are based on the conversation you have just heard.

9. What is the woman doing?

10. What did Mr. Kayne do before he took over the bicycle shop?

11. Why did the man take over a bicycle shop?

12. What do we learn about the people working in the shop?

Conversation 2

W: Well, the main activities in the region were historically steel and paper processing, I think.

M: Yes, but I’m not quite sure about the status of those industries now. Could you tell us something about th at? W: Yes, of course. In fact, they are less significant, but steel-related manufacturing still accounts for 44% of industrial activity. So it’s still very important. In fact, 80% of Spain’s machine tools are from the Basque Country. As for paper processi ng, there’s still a little. But it’s no longer what it once was in the region. So, is that clear?

M: Yes, thanks.

W: Now, to get back to what I was saying, there’s a lot of unemployment as well as geographical problems in the region.

M: Sorry, Victoria. What do you mean by geographical problems?

W: Well, what I mean is the area is very hilly, mountainous in parts. So there used to be transport problems, now though there are new train links and better roads, but it may be that some smaller towns inland remain not very well connected, is that OK? Does that make sense? When we talk about specific location suggestions for the factory, we’ll see this in more detail, so we’ll come back to this question, OK?

M: OK, right.

W: So I was about to say something about the work force in the region and the level of training and education. In general, it’s very good and improving.

Question 13-15 are based on the conversation you have just heard.

13. What does the woman say about the steel-related manufacturing in the region?

14. What problem hinders the region’s development?

15. What will the speakers discuss later?