1. When will the man hand in the report?
A. On Monday. B. On Tuesday. C. On Friday.
2. Why is the man against buying the house?
A. It has no garden. B. It’s far from his office. C. It has a broken roof.
3. How much do the two tickets cost?
A. ￡ 9. B. ￡ 10. C. ￡ 11.
4. What does the man have to do?
A. Drink in a bar. B. Take a bottle in. C. Leave the bottle behind.
5. What are the speakers talking about?
A. A program. B. A desert. C. A photograph.
6. How will the woman get to the party?
A. By taking a bus. B. By driving her car. C. By getting a ride.
7. What will the man do at noon?
A. Meet the woman. B. Have this car repaired. C. Talk with Ms. Wilson.
8. What’s the matter with the woman’s brother?
A. He injured his back. B. He hit his head. C. He is not breathing.
9. What does the man advise the woman to do?
A. Wap her brother.
B. Call the ambulance.
C. Leave her brother where he is.
10. Why is the woman upset?
A. She didn’t enjoy the meal.
B. The man ruined the evening.
C. She failed an exam.
11. What will the man do next?
A. Drive the woman home. B. Finish the meal himself. C. Leave the woman alone.
12. Where does the conversation take place?
A. In a restaurant. B. In a car. C. In the man’s house.
13. What do we know about the woman’s first job?
A. She earned much.
B. She got proper training.
C. She was not confident in the job.
14. What does the woman think of her boss?
A. Knowledgeable. B. Impolite. C. Hardworking.
15. What did the woman do in the shop?
A. She baked bread. B. She sold sandwiches. C. She used calculators.
16. What does the woman say about the full - time shop assistants?
A. They were silly.
B. They were schoolgirls.
C. They were not good at calculating.
17. What are the old dessed for?
A. Keeping magazines. B. Storing old books. C. Placing computers.
18. What can the listeners do at the study desks?
A. Use the printers. B. Make telephone calls. C. Get access to the Internet.
19. How long can the listeners keep library books?
A. Two months. B. Six weeks. C. Thirteen days.
20. How do the listeners renew a book now?
A. Over the phone. B. In person. C. By e-mail.
CAREER DISCOVERY DAY
Ages: 11—17, with an adult chaperone (监护人)
Purpose: To find out what it is like to work at a zoo.
Join us for a great programme for middle and high school students to explore animal — related careers at Denver Zoo.
From keepers to trainers, vets and exhibits designers, different kinds of possible zoo and animal careers will be explored during our Career Discovery Day this fall. The programme starts with an amazing gathering in which our animal stars will appear and perform. Participants will attend lectures given by professors of the zoo and take part in special tours filled with activities find information. And you, 11 have time to asestions about what it takes to work on the wild side.
Registration closes at 10 a. m., September 16th. Lectures and tours are limited to registered participants and their one chaperone only.
Members: $ 70 per person. Nonmembers: $ 75 per person. The cost includes zoo admission for one participant and one required adult chaperone.
Participants will not be admitted without an adult chaperone and chaperones must stay with participants during the period of the event.
If you have any questions, please call at 720—337—1491 or e-mail at teenprogrammes denverzoo. org.
1. Who would most probably be interested in Career Discovery Day?