1. Why does the woman ask the man to come?
A. She feels cold.
B. She wants to order some food.
C. Something is wrong with the soup.
2. Who will probably hold a party?
A. The woman's friend. B. The man. C. The man's friend.
3. What does the woman mean?
A. The man should buy the suit.
B. The man should change his job.
C. The color of the suit is not suitable.
4. What are the speakers doing?
A. Enjoying their honeymoon.
B. Attending a wedding.
C. Seeing a movie.
5. What does Maria thindying English abroad?
A. Useful and necessary. B. Useful but expensive. C. Useless and expensive.
It strikes fear into the hearts of most business owners, but the weak economy does not scare Nancy Mac Mullen, a shoemaker on the island. A loond her Oaffs workshop will tell you why: it is overrun these days with queued shoes.
Ms. Mac Mullen, 56, is operating a two-week waiting list before she even gets a loor footwear. Same goes for jacggage sets and golf bags. “People are fixing things rather than buying new stuff,”she said. “Yeah business is going well.”As long as people have shoes on thei