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1. What does John Smith do?
A. A mailman. B. A letter writer. C. A milkman.
2. Where will the man probably have to sit?
A. In the front row. B. In the back row. C. In the middle.
3. What is Richard famous for?
A. Editing. B. Reporting. C. Writing.
4. Who will carry the suitcase?
A. The man. B. The woman. C. Someone else.
5. What do we know about the woman?
A. She should buy the ticket now.
B. She has missed the train.
C. She can catch the train in time.
6. What is the weather like in winter in the woman's place?
A. Cold and wet. B. Cold and dry. C. Warm and hot.
7. Why does the woman think the man is lucky?
A. He can experience different kinds of weather.
B. He can enjoy winter sports in his hometown.
C. The winter is not cold at all in his hometown.
8. What did the well-known millionaire ask for in a hotel?
A. The most beautiful room. B. The cheapest room. C. The biggest room.
9. What kind of person is the millionaire's son?
A. He's careful about spending money.
B. He's proud of his father.
C. He thinks money comes easy for him.
10. What kind of family is the millionaire from?
A. A poor family. B. A rich family. C. A middle-class family.
11. Why is the man going to the States?
A. To attend a conference.
B. To visit places of interest.
C. To visit his friends.
12. When does the man want to leave for America?
A. In early January. B. In mid-January. C. In early February.
13. What is probably the woman's job?
A. A scientist. B. A reporter. C. Am embassy staff.
14. What does the man invite the woman to do on Tuesday night?
A. Sere a show.
B. Eat out in a restaurant.
C. Watch a basketball game.
15. What is the woman going to do on Wednesday evening?
A. Do some shopping.
B. Help her roommate clean the apartment.
E. Finish her term paper.
16. Whose birthday is on Friday?
A. The woman's brother's.
B. The man's mother's.
C. The woman's father's.
17. When did Jack order the CDs?
A. On March 13th. B. On March 14th. C. On March 16th.
18. How soon did Jack receive the CDs?
A. The next day. B. Three days later. C. Seven days later
19. Where did he get the CDs?
A. In a CD shop. B. In a supermarket. C. On the net.
20. What does he complain about?
A. The quality of the CDs.
B. The service the company offered.
C. The price of the CDs.
M: Hello, EMS.
W: May I speak to John Smith, please?
M: Sorry, Miss, but he's out on his route delivering packages. He should be back soon, though.
M: Can I get tickets for tomorrow's film?
W: There are some in the front row.
M: Aren't there any other seats?
W: No, I'm afraid not.
W: Richard worked as an editor for two years. Then he became a journalist. After that, he began to write novels.
M: Yes. And now he is already very famous for his works.
M: Is your luggage ready, madam?
W: Yes, it is.
M: Shall I call someone to bring it down for you?
W: Oh, there’s no need. My suitcase is quite light.
W: Sir, I'm hurrying to Chicago, but I can't see the timetable clearly.
M: I'll read it for you. The 9:10 a.m. train to Chicago, the 9:40 a. m. one to Boston… Oh, madam, it's 9:20 now.
M: How is the weather today?
W: It's very cold and wet.
M: Are the winters like this every year in this place?
W: Pretty much. But it was a little colder last year.
M: Now I know why people here have thick clothes on.
W: What is the weather like in winter in your country?
M: It's quite different from yours. It's warm and hot in my hometown all year round.
W: You are very lucky then.
M: Well, some people in my country want to have your weather.
A well-known millionaire went to a hotel in New York and asked for the cheapest room. After half an hour at the reception desk, he said to the manager, "I'd like to tell you again that I want only the lowest priced room you have. I'm staying here by myself and a small room is just fine. " The manager said, "That room is the smallest and also the cheapest one we have. But why do you choose a room like that? When your son stays here, he always books our most expensive room. " "Oh, yes," interrupted the millionaire, "but his father is a wealthy man, mine isn't. "
W: Why don't you sit down? Now, there are several questions I must ask, if you don't mind.
M: Not at all. Go ahead.
W: What is the purpose of your visit to the States?
M: I'm going to attend a conference on air pollution.
W: When and where is this conference being held?
M: It's being held in the first three weeks of February at the University of Stanford in California.
W: Who will pay your expenses?
M: The University of California. Here is the official letter of invitation.
W: I see. Fine. When do you want to go?
M: I’d like to leave in mid-January if my passport is ready by then.
W: That shouldn’t be difficult. Why don't you phone me about January 10th? I should be able to give you an answer then.
M: Thank you.
M: Hello, Mary?
W: Hello, George.
M: What are you doing on Tuesday night? There's a great show at the Varsity Theater.
W: Tuesday night? Oh, sorry, I’m planning to finish my term paper. It has to be in on Wednesday morning.
M: Oh, well, never mind. Look, Wednesday, why don't we go out for dinner. We could go to that little restaurant you like so much.
W: That sounds like a great idea, but I think I might have to help my roommate clean the apartment. You see, we are having some people over on Thursday night, so we want the place to look really nice.
M: Well, that means you're going to be busy Wednesday night too?
W: I’m afraid so.
M: Well, how about Friday night? There's going to be a basketball championship at school.
How about we go and root for the old Blues?
W: Yes, I was planning to see that, but you know what's come up -- it's Daddy's birthday, so we are taking him out for dinner.
M: Well, what about Saturday night?
I am writing to you about the terrible service from your company. On Match 14th I ordered the latest S. H. E CDs on your website, which my father kindly paid for me with his credit card. Although in your advertisements you promised that I could get them the next day, I did not receive anything from you until a week later. When the CDs came, they were not the CDs I ordered.
I sent several e-mails to your Customer Service, but my messages were all returned. I think there is maybe a mistake in the address you give to the customers. I also tried to call your helpline, but the line was always busy or no one answered.
This is the first time I have shopped on your website, but I am not pleased with the service you have offered. Please send me the correct CDs as soon as possible or give my money back instead.
I look forward to hearing from you.
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