1. How does the woman want to go to the mountains?
A. By train. B. By car. C. By bus.
2. Where will the woman spend the night tonight?
A. At a friend’s. B. At a hotel. C. At her uncle’s.
3. When will the exam take place?
A. Today. B. Tomorrow. C. The day after tomorrow.
4. What’s the weather probably like now?
A. Rainy. B. Cloudy. C. Sunny.
5. What are the speakers mainly talking about?
A. The moon. B. An astronaut. C. A historic day.
6. What does the man want to do this weekend?
A. Go camping. B. See a movie. C. Have a party.
7. Why is the woman going to the countryside?
A. To hang out with friends.
B. To visit her grandparents.
C. To experience life on a farm.
8. When will the man probably get to Fort Lauderdale tomorrow?
A. Around 7:00am. B. Around 8:00 am. C. Around 9:00 am.
9. What will the woman do tomorrow?
A. Go shopping. B. Visit her friend. C. Go to the beach.
10. How many times does the class meet each week?
A. Twice. B. Three times. C. Four times.
11. What date is it today?
A. October 24th. B. October 25th. C. October 27th.
12. How much will the man pay for the course?
A. 450 dollars. B. 500 dollars. C. 550 dollars.
13. Who wants to have some orange juice?
A. Barbara. B. Julie. C. Kevin.
14. What does Paul want to have?
A. An ice cream. B. A sandwich. C. Some cookies.
15. Where is Diana?
A. In the living room. B. In the garden. C. In the kitchen.
16. What will the man drink?
A. Tea. B. Coke. C. Milk.
17. How many children did Loroupe’s father have?
A. 23. B. 24 C. 25
18. What was Loroupe’s father’s attitude toward her running?
A. He supported her.
B. He worried about her.
C. He disagreed with her.
19. When did Loroupe win her first major marathon?
A. In 1994. B. In 1997. C. In 1999.
20. In which race did Loroupe come in fifth place?
A. The marathon. B. The half marathon. C. The 10,000m.
He was 50 years old when I was born, and a “Mr. Mom” long before anyone had a name for it. I didn’t know why he was home instead of Mom, but I was young and the only one of my friends who had their dad around. I considered myself very lucky.
Dad did so many things for me during my grade-school years. He asked the school bus driver to picp at my house instead of the usual bus stop that was six blocks away. He always had my lunch ready for me when I came home----usually a peanut butter and sandwich that was shaped for the season. My favorite was at Christmas. The sandwiches would be covered with green sugar and cut in the shape of a tree.