1. M: take a look at this cater. Maybe we can find some gifts for Jean’s new house.
W: Ok, but remember we can afford a lot.
Q: what does the woman mean?
2. W： I am absolutely going nowhere about this statistics.
M: How about going through them with you?
Q: what does the man mean?
3. M: are you just starting the record, aren’t you ? Let’s begin on Page 55.
W: Sorry. I am afraid I can begin right now.
Q: What mean from the conversation?
4. W: remember. Carl’s arriving is at 226
W: thanks to reminding me. I thought it would be sometime in July.
Q: what are the speakers talking about?
5. M： please excuse me for not attending the meeting yesterday. I am afraid I forgot to check the schedule.
W: that’s all right. We have to rearrange the meeting at weekend. And everything went wrong.
Q：what does it mean from the conversation.
6. W: I didn’t fall sleep at least to 5 tomorrow.
Q: what do we learn from the conversation?
7. ,M: I got some bad news today. The star we are in is going to fall
W: I am going to let you go.
Q: What does the woman want to know?
8 W: what’s wrong? You smell like a fish.
Q: what’s man mean?
M:That’s Marria’s families and we want to be engaged.
W：It’s wonderful, Erik! Congratulations!
M: I really like her families, too, very nice. Ms Comona speaks four languages and Mr. Comona a diplomat. In fact, he gives the speech at the Saturday morning.
W: OH, that’s was N’s father? I heard the speech.
M: You did?
W: Well, I heard part of it and listened to it for ten minutes, and then I fell asleep. I saw it was in class. Anyway, tell me about your weekend.
M：Saturday evening we saw a play. And Sunday afternoon we saw the soccer game. Then Sunday night we all went out for dinner. Marria, her parents, and me. That was the first chance we had to talk.
W: Would you know this?
M: That’s first I was. We didn’t say much. Mr. Comona told some good stories about his experiences as a diplomat and he asked about my hobbies.
W: And what did you say?
M: Well, I didn’t tell him about my flying lessons. I told him about my chess play and my classical music collection.
W: Good idea! Her parents really approval of you. Don’t they?
M: I guess so. Marria called this morning and said,” My father told me he’ll like you sunny right now”
W: That was great.
M: Not exactly. I want to get married after I graduated school in about three years.
Q9: what does the conversation about Marria’s father?
Q10:What does Marria and Erik do last Sunday afternoon?
Q11:What do we learn from Marria’s phone call this morning?
M:You’re going to wear out computer’s keyboard.
W: Oh, hi!
M: Do you have any idea what time it is?
W: About ten or ten thirty?
M: It’s merely midnight.
W: Really? I didn’t know it was so late.
M: Don’t you have an early class to teach tomorrow morning?
W: Yes, at seven o’clock, my computer class. The students go to work right after their lesson.
M: Then you ought to go to bed. What are you writing anyway?
W: An article, I hope I can sell.
M:Oh, another view of newspaper pieces. What’s this one about?
W:Do you remember the trip I took last month?
M: The one up to the Amazon?
W: Well, that’s what I’m writing about. The new high-way and the changes is making in the Amazon valley.
W：It should be interesting.
W：It is. I guess that’s why I forgot all about the time.
M:How many articles have you solve now?
W:About a dozen so far.
M:What kind of newspapers by them?
W:The paper is carrying a lot of foreign news. They usually appear in the big Sunday editions where they need a lot background stories to help develop the space between the ads.
M：Is there any future in it?
W: I hope so. There’s a chance I may sell this article to a news service.
M:Then your papers will be published in several papers winter.
W: that’s the idea. And they might even be able to do other stories the on a regular basis.
M:That would be great.
Q12: what is the woman’s occupation?
Q13:what is the woman writing about?
Q14:where did the woman’s articles usually appear?
Q15:what does the woman expect?