［A］He watched football.
［B］He did some exercise.
［C］He went to the doctor.
2. What are the speakers doing?
［B］Preparing for a party.
［C］Eating out in a restaurant.
3. What does the woman ask the man to do for her?
［A］Take a photo.
［B］Fix a camera.
［C］Print a picture.
4. What will the speakers do next?
［A］Go back to their home.
［B］Visit the woman’s friend.
［C］Return to the supermarket.
5. What is the weather like now?
6. What happened to the woman’s flight?
［A］It failed to take off on time.
［B］It was called off without notice.
［C］It arrived about two hours earlier.
7. Where does the conversation probably take place?
［A］In a restaurant.
［B］On a plane.
［C］At the airport.
8. Where does the man enjoy getting his news from?
9. What type of news does the man like?
10. What is the man’s attitude towards the news programs on TV?
11. Why does the woman make the phone call?
［A］To complain about hotel service.
［B］To arrange an important meeting.
［C］To order a full English breakfast.
12. How does the man sound?
13. What will the man probably do next?
［A］Eat his breakfast.
［B］Go to the kitchen.
［C］Wait by the phone.
14. Why did Maria go to the Oxford Street?
［A］To meet Jason.
［B］To watch a play.
［C］To do some shopping.
15. What does Susan Hill do?
［A］She’s an actress.
［B］She’s a street artist.
［C］She’s a salesperson.
16. What did Susan Hill give Maria?
17. What will Jason probably do?
［A］Go with Maria.
［B］See his friends.
［C］Host a dinner.
18. When will the team return from Costa Rica?
19. Where will the team go to do the second project?
［A］The national parks.
［B］The city of San José.
［C］The east of Costa Rica.
20. What will the team do in the final project?
M: Ryan didn’t go to work yesterday. He was running a fever and had to go to the hospital.
W: Oh, really? I thought he was watching football with his friends.
W: I’ve sent out the invitations for the dinner party.
M: That’s good. Now what should we do?
W: We’ve got to plan the menu.
M: OK. Do you have anything in mind?
W: Excuse me. Could you please take a picture of me with this camera?
M: No problem. Do I have to focus it?
W: No, all you have to do is point and press the button.
M: All right. Say “Cheese”.
M: Oh no! I can’t find my mobile phone.
W: Didn’t you use it at the supermarket to call your friend?
M: Yes, I did. I must have left it at the cashier’s desk.
W: Don’t worry. Let’s drive back to find it.
W: What about going for a bike ride?
M: Is it still raining?
W: No, but it’s still dull. Let’s hang on for half an hour or so. It may clear up then.
M: I thought your flight would arrive two hours ago. What took so long?
W: Didn’t they announce that our flight was delayed?
M: I didn’t hear anything about a delay. I thought everything was running on time. What happened?
W: We got on the plane on time but then we were held up for almost two hours due to an unknown problem.
M: That’s too bad. Have you had anything to eat?
W: I managed to get a sandwich on the plane. How about you?
M: I’ve had nothing but a cup of coffee. I’m starving. Let’s get out of here and find a restaurant.
M: Lisa, how do you get your news every day?
W: Well, I get most of my news from TV. I also read newspapers. Radio is my last choice and I seldom go online. How about you?
M: I hardly listen to the radio either, but I do love reading news on the Internet.
W: You should be careful with the information online. Much of it cannot be trusted at all. By the way, what type of news are you interested in?
M: I mainly focus on sports news. What about you?
W: I enjoy watching quite a number of news programs on TV. Many of them center on business, art and international politics.
M: Well, I have a feeling that the news reporters on TV usually say similar things based on the same information. And some of the news is very sad.
W: I know what you mean. But you have to keep up with what’s happening around the world, even though it makes you feel bad sometimes.
M: Good morning, this is Kevin Johnson. What can I do for you?
W: Hello, manager. Can’t you do something about the service in this hotel?
M: I’m sorry, madam. What’s the problem exactly?
W: My breakfast, that’s the problem. I ordered a full English breakfast from room service at least half an hour ago. I’ve telephoned them three times but my breakfast still hasn’t come.
M: I see.
W: I’ve got an important meeting at nine o’clock. And now it seems I’ll have to go there without breakfast. Really I don’t think this is good enough.
M: I’m very sorry, madam. You ordered breakfast half an hour ago and you phoned three times since then.
W: That’s right.
M: I’m really sorry about this. You should have received the breakfast no later than ten or twenty minutes after you ordered it.
W: That’s what I thought.
M: The problem may be that they are short of people in the kitchen recently, but I will look into this myself. Full English breakfast, was it?
W: Yes, full English breakfast.
M: Very well, madam. I will bring it up to your room right away.
W: Hi, Jason.
M: Hi, Maria. You look excited. What’s up?
W: I had an amazing day.
M: Really? What happened?
W: I was shopping down the Oxford Street when I saw a woman. She looked really familiar. I mean I was sure I knew her. She was bending down and looking around her for something.
M: What was she looking for?
W: She was looking for her ring. Anyway, I found it for her. And when she got up, I realized it was Susan Hill, the famous actress.
M: You mean the Susan Hill in the Good Old Days? You can’t be serious.
W: Believe it or not. Anyway, she was really grateful and she gave me a ticket to her new play. It’s worth 50 pounds.
M: Wow, that’s great.
W: I know, and she invited me to have dinner with her after the play with other actors.
M: You’re really lucky.
W: So are you. She said I can bring a friend.
M: Gosh! Thank you, Maria.
W: Good evening, everyone. This is the final team meeting before we travel to Costa Rica. I’d like to tell you about the three different projects that we’re running there. Before I go on though, let me tell you that we will be leaving on the 6th of April and we will be coming back on the 20th instead of the 10th of July. I hope that won’t be a problem for anyone. Now, the first project includes cleaning up the beaches in the east of the country. This is home to some rare sea birds and we’re going there to do our best to protect them. The second project is in the capital, San José. There we will be working in the national zoo, planting trees to improve the animal’s natural homes. The final project is in one of the national parks. This is in an area of rainforest which was destroyed, and now the Costa Rican government wants to bring new life to it. We will be planting trees and recording the growth habits of the plants that we find there. Okay, has anyone got any questions on any of that?
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