W: How long have you been smoking for? M: Six years. 1.The man has been smoking for _______years. A.six B.sixteen C.sixty
M: What are you looking at? W: I'm looking at some stamps. 2.The some _______. A.photos B.letters C.stamps
W: Look at these books all over the place! M: We need another bookcase (书柜), but furniture is so expensive here. 3.What does the man want to do? A.Buy a bookcase. B.Find a bigger place. C.Sell his books.
M: Does Mary speak English? W: No, only Spanish. 4.What language does Mary speak? A.Chinese. B.English. C.Spanish.
M: I'd like to buy this table, but I'm $20 short. W: I'll lend you the money if you can pay me back by Friday. 5.Can the man buy the table? A.No, because he doesn't have enough money. B.Yes, because he has plenty of money. C.Yes, if he borrows the money from the woman.
Bill is a doorman. He works in a factory, and he usually comes home at seven every evening. Last Friday he came back home very early, and he was very angry. He shut the door very hard, went into the living room and sat down. His wife went to her at him for a few seconds. Then she asked him, "Why are you so angry, Bill?" "Because tickets cost 70 cents last week, but now they cost 60 cents," he said. "But that isn't bad, Bill," his wife said. "It's good. Going by bus is cheaper now." "Yes, it is," Bill said, "but I always walk to work in the morning and I walk home in the afternoon. Last week I saved $1.4 every day, but now I save 20 cents less."
6.Who is Bill? A.He is a doorman. B.He is a doctor. C.He is an engineer.
7.What happened last Friday? A.He came back home very happy. B.He came back home very late. C.He came back home very early.
8.How does Bill go to work? A.On foot. B.By bus. C.By bike.
9.Why was Bill unhappy (不高兴的，伤心的) when he returned home? A.Because he lost some money. B.Because it's too expensive to go by bus now. C.Because he couldn't save as much money now as he used to.
M: (sniffing) Is that a French cigarette? W: Pardon? M: Is that a French cigarette you're smoking? W: Yes, that's right. Why? What's the matter? M: I don't understand how you smoke French cigarettes. They make a terrible smell. W: I like them very much. I prefer them to English cigarettes. M: Have you got a lot of them? W: Yes, about 200, why? M: Well... er... could I buy some from you? W: Buy some from me? But... you don't like French cigarettes! M: No, I don't. But my wife does.
10.Who is cigarette? A.The woman. B.The man. C.A new person.
11.Why doesn't the man like French cigarettes? A.He thinks they are too dear. B.He thinks they have a bad smell. C.He thinks he is going to like them.
12.Do the woman and the man's wife have something in common? A.Yes, they both have 200 cigarettes. B.Yes, they both like French cigarettes. C.Yes, they are both married.