1. when did the football match start?
A. At 2:15. B. At 2:45. C. At 3:00.
2. What are the two speakers talking about?
A. The danger in the sea.
B. The colours of the fish.
C. The protection of the fish.
3. What does the woman mean?
A. She is too busy to do anything else.
B. She wants to know about computers.
C. She is unwilling to talk with the man.
4. What time does the ship close?
A. At 7:30. B. At 6:30. C. At 7:00.
5. Where does the conversation take place?
A. In a post office. B. In a hotel. C. In a bank.
6. What’s the main purpose of this conversation?
A. The man is learning how to use a computer.
B. The woman is showing to the man how to put page numbers on.
C. The man is trying to have his document printed.
7. How is the problem solved?
A. By pressing F8. B. By pressing Enter. C. By printing it.
8. What do we know about the woman?
A. She’s the man’s classmate.
B. She works in a computer lab.
C. She is the man’s secretary.
9. Where are they talking?
A. In the kitchen. B. At a shop. C. In a dining room.
10. What are they most probably talking about?
A. A radio. B. A telephone. C. A television.
11. What do we learn from this conversation?
A. The woman only wants to buy something cheap.
B. If we pay by cheque, is will cost less .
C. The woman doesn’t want very good sound.
12. Why is the man wet all over?
A. He fell into the river. B. He sweated a lot. C. He saved a dog.
13. What can we learn about the dog?
A. It was a young dog.
B. It tried to get out of the water but failed.
C. It swam very fast.
14. What does the woman think of the man?
A. Brave. B. Naughty. C. Foolish.
15. Why was the woman surprised to see Harry?
A. Because she had expected his father instead of him.
B. Because he had changed a lot.
C. Because she had thought that he would still be at university.
16. What did the woman think of Harry?
A. He looked fine. B. He was a good student. C. He didn’t like his father.
17. What was the school year thought to be?
A. It was not long enough. B. It was longer. C. It was interesting.
18. What is a blind date?
A. A date for two people who don’t know each other.
B. A date for two people who are already lovers.
C. A date for two couples.
19. How many people are involved in a double date?
A. Two. B. Four. C. Six.
20. What does “go Dutch” mean?
A. The man pays the bill.
B. The woman pays the bill.
C. Each person pays for his or her own bill.
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