1. What does the man think the woman should do?
A. Talk to her husband. B. Get an eye operation. C. Buy a new pair of glasses.
2. What is the probable relationship between the speakers?
A Family members. B. Classmates. C. Co-worker.
3. Where does the conversation take place?
A. In the kitchen B. In the bedroom. C. Outside the house.
4. What are the speakers talking about?
A Moving to New York. B. Holiday plans. C. The weather.
5. What does the man think of the movie?
A. Exciting. B. Boring. C. Just so-so.
6. Who will pay for the lunch?
A. The man. B The woman. C. The man's boss.
7. How will the speakers go for the lunch
A. On foot. B. By car. C. By taxi
8. How long will their holiday probably last?
A. Four days. B. Five days. C. Nine days.
9. What is the woman especially interested in about Thailand?
A. The national park. B. The climate. C. The food.
10. How does the woman feel about going back to school?
A. Nervous. B. Happy. C. Excited.
11. What did the school do over the summer?
A. They bought new computers.
B. They improved the playground.
C. They built a swimming pool.
12. What course will the woman probably choose?
A Drawing. B. Dancing. C. Acting.
13. What will the woman do first when summer starts?
A. Go on a trip. B Work. C. Buy a car.
14. How long will the speakers stay at college?
A. One year. B. Two years. C. Three years.
15. What can the woman enjoy in July?
A. A comedy show. B A sports match. C. A concert.
16. Where did the woman get her tickets?
A. From a radio show. B From the ticket office. C. From a friend.
17. How did the speaker feel before his first interview?
A. Very confident. B. Very nervous. C. Very impatient.
18. Where did the speaker tap his first part-time job?
A. In middle school. B. In high school. C. In college.
19. What made the speaker want to be an engineer?
A Helping at Mcdonald's. B. Serving at a coffee shop. C.Working at a building company.
20. What is the speakers secret to success?
A. He studied hard. B. He met lots of people. C. He had work experience.
Living next to the Spellmans, our new neighbors, almost drove my mother crazy. If shewasn’t shaming them for not attending church, or complaining to her sister Jact theway the Spellman girls dressed, then she was shoeing theSpellman’s dogs out of our yard orfiling noise complaints with the police, My mother had never been so busy.All she ever spokeof any more were the Spellmans and their wrongdoings.
One Sunday afternoon after church service, my mother was driving old Ms Parker hometo her house on the hill when we got a flat tire. As far as changing the tire, let’s just say thatwe were at the mercy of the good Lord. Since old Ms. Parker lived so far up that hill, not a lotof traffic drove by us. It had been about fifteen minutes since the last car passed when weheard the rattling and puttering of an old picck as it pulled over to assist us.
The Spellman boys ran up on our car like a NASCAR pit crew. Before my mother couldeven protest, they had taken the tire off. "Her spare is flat, " said the middle one to the big one. " Give her ours”replied the big one, barely acknowledging the sacrifice. My mother wasstunned. "I don, t know what to say, "she stammered. The big one said, "Well, the Lord saidlove your neighbor, and we are neighbors, right?