M: I hope there weren't too many phone (电话) calls while I was away yesterday. W: There wasn't a single one until after four in the afternoon when I finally got the company to repair our line. 1.Why were there no phone calls before 4? A.The secretary was out. B.The line was out of order. C.People didn't phone until 4.
M: Please buy two packs of cigarettes for me while you are at the store. W: I'm not going to any store. I'm going to see Aunt Mary, but I'll get them for you at the gas station. 2.Where will the way? A.At a gas station. B.At a cigarette store. C.At a bus station.
W: Come in and make yourself at home. Our house is your house while you're here. M: Thank you. You're very kind. W: Invite your friends, Jim, if you like. M: You really make me feel at home. 3.What's the relationship (关系) between the man and the woman? A.They're friends. B.They're husband and wife. C.They're mother and son.
M: I never drink water without ice. W: Don't you think that's bad for your stomach? 4.What would be the woman's advice? A.Don't drink water. B.Don't use ice too much. C.Boil water first.
M: Excuse me. What's the time? W: Let me see. Oh, it's a quarter to five. M: Thank you. I'm afraid I have to go now. 5.What's the time? A.It's 4:15. B.It's 4:45. C.It's 5:45.
W: Hello, John. Can you help me? I've forgotten my key and I can't get in. M: All right. What can I do? W: Can you climb that tree and get in through my bedroom window? M: No problem. What should I do then? M: See if my key is on my writing-table.
6.What woman? A.She left her key in the office. B.She lost her key. C.She left her key in her room.
7.How is John going to help? A.He is going to open the lock for her. B.He is going to climb in through the window for the key. C.He is going back to her office to fetch her key in the writing-table.
Good afternoon, and welcome to England. We hope that your visit here will be a pleasant one. Today, I would like to draw your attention to a few of our laws. The first one is about drinking. Now, you may not buy wines in this country if you are under 18 years of age. Secondly, noise. Enjoy yourselves by all means, but please don't make noise, particularly at night. Thirdly, crossing the road. Be careful. The traffic moves on the left side of the road in this country. Use the crossings for walking and do not take any chances when crossing the road. Finally, smoking. It is against the law to buy cigarettes if you are under 16 years of age.
8.How many laws are there discussed in the speech? A.Three. B.Four. C.Five.
9.Who does the speaker give advice to? A.Children under 16 years old. B.Women who take along children. C.Travelers to the country.
In both body and mind, children are different from adults because they are at a different stage of development. As far as the body is concerned, it's obvious (明显的). A body of six months can sit up, but not run and so on. But their development of the mind is not so obvious. A small child, for example, does difference between the present and the future. So if a child asks for a biscuit, and the parent says "No, not now, dear. You can have one after lunch." The child often cries, and perhaps he is just being different. He does idea of the future, and for him, not now means never, so naturally the child protests.
10.Why are children different from adults? A.They are at a different stage of development. B.They are at different places. C.They are educated differently.
11.When can a child sit up? A.About five months old. B.About six months old. C.About three months old.