I. Listening Comprehension
1.A. At a tailor’s. B. At a laundry.
C. At a restaurant. D. At a supermarket.
2.A. She is talkative. B. She is sociable.
C. She is confident. D. She is quiet.
3.A. To the post office. B. To the market.
C. To the dentist’s. D. To the bookstore.
4.A. Having a holiday. B. Seeing another patient.
C. Making an appointment. D. Working in his office.
5. A.He is complaining to the sales manager. B.He is having a job interview.
C. He is starting his own company. D. He is looking for the sales manager.
6.A. The house. B. The newspaper.
C. The advertisement. D. A room of two beds.
7.A. Open the window to take a breath. B. Go and ask the staff.
C. Buy a ticket for herself. D. Look at the schedule carefully.
8.A. The man should not dream of being a star. B. The man didn’t practice hard enough.
C. The man should find a new partner. D. The man should not give up.
9.A. An art museum. B. A beautiful park.
C. A college campus. D. An architectural exhibition.
10. A.The man blamed the woman for being careless.
B.The man misunderstood the woman’s apology.
C. The woman offered to pay for the man’s coffee.
D.The woman spilt coffee on the man’s suit.
Questions 11 through 13 are based on the following passage.
11. A. Waterloo station. B. The South of France.
C. London. D. The English Channel.
12. A. He bought some newspapers. B. He ordered taxi to the city centre.
C. He had some food for lunch. D. He enjoyed the scenery outside.
13. A. It’s fast but expensive. B. It’s smooth and comfortable.
C. It’s cheap but inconvenient. D. It’s exhausting and boring.
Questions 14 through 16 are based on the following passage.
14. A. Pick out couples by looking at their photos.
B. Distinguish happily-married couples from unhappy ones.
C. Discover the common experience of the couples.
D. Find out the similarities between each couple.
15. A. Happily-married couples are often richer than others.
B. People who look alike are likely to get married.
C. The influence between couples can be quite strong.
D. All couples have been proved to grow alike.
16.A. To tell how couples get along with each other.
B. To show the life experience of husband and wife.
C. To explain why couples gradually grow alike.
D. To describe the study on a number of married people.
Blanks 21 through 24 are based on the following conversation. Complete the form. Write NO MORE THAN ONE WORDS for each answer.
Blanks 21 through 24 are based on the following conversation. Complete the form. Write NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS for each answer.