1.What does the woman think of the movie?
A. It’s amusing.
B. It’s exciting.
C. It’s disappointing.
2.How will Susan spend most of her time in France?
A. Traveling around.
B. Studying at a school.
C. Looking after her aunt.
3.What are the speakers talking about?
A. Going out.
B. Ordering drinks.
C. Preparing for a party.
4.Where are the speakers?
A. In a classroom.
B. In a library.
C. In a bookstore.
5.What is the man going to do?
A. Go on the internet.
B. Make a phone call.
C. Take a train trip.
6.What is the woman looking for?
A. An information office.
B. A police station.
C. A shoe repair shop.
7.What is the Town Guide according to the man?
A. A brochure.
B. A newspaper.
C. A map.
8.What doe the man say about the restaurant?
A. It’s the biggest one around.
B. It offers many tasty dishes.
C. It’s famous for its seafood.
9.What will the woman probably order?
A. Fired fish.
B. Roast chicken.
C. Beef steak.
10.Where will Mr. White be at 11 o’clock?
A. At the office.
B. At the airport.
C. At the restaurant.
11.What will Mr. White probably do at one in the afternoon?
A. Receive a guest.
B. Have a meeting.
C. Read a report.
12.When will Miss Wilson see Mr. White?
A. At lunch time.
B. Late in the afternoon.
C. The next morning.
13.Why is Bill going to Germany?
A. To work on a project.
B. To study German.
C. To start a new company.
14.What did the woman dislike about Germany?
A. The weather.
B. The food.
C. The schools.
15.What does Bill hope to do about his family?
A. Bring them to Germany.
B. Leave them in England.
C. Visit them in a few months.
16.What is the probably relationship between the speakers?
A. Fellow travelers.
17.What did it rain last time in Juárez?
A. Three days ago.
B. A month ago.
C. A year ago.
18.What season is it now in Juárez?
19.What are the elderly advised to do?
A. Take a walk in the afternoon.
B. Keep their homes cool.
C. Drink plenty of water.
20.What is the speaker doing?
A. Hosting a radio program.
B. Conducting a seminar.
C. Forecasting the weather.
W: Have you seen the movie Hangover？We went to see it last night.
M: How was it like?
W: Jason thought it was extremely amusing. But I was a bit disappointed.
M: Susan, I heard you are going to France. How long will you be staying there?
W: A whole year. My aunt lives there. I’m going to do a onemonth course at a language school, and spend the rest of the time traveling.
M: Let’s see, what drinks you’ve got for the party tonight?
W: Everything. Beer, wine, soft drinks like coke, 7 Up. You name it, I’ve got it. Have you order the cake？
M: Of course.
M: I don’t have a library card. Do I need one?
W: You have to have one only to take books out. You’re okay if you just sit in one of the rooms reading.
M: Well, then I’ll just read here. Thank you.
W: I wish I knew the times of trains to London. Our phone’s out of order.
M: Don’t worry, Grandma. I’ll find out for you on the Internet.
W: Thank you.
W: Excuse me, I wonder if you could tell me how to find a place to have my shoes mended. I’m new in town.
M: Ah, there’s a good shop not far from here. Go straight ahead, and walk about three blocks. I can’t remember the name of the shop, but you’ll find it. It’s near the police station. By the way, you know about the Town Guide, it’s a thin book and has all kinds of useful information. You’ll find one in any bookstore.
W: Thanks a lot. You’ve been so helpful. Let’s see. Did you say the repair shop was three blocks away from here?
W: Thanks again.
M: I’ve been here many times. There are quite a lot of delicious dishes to choose from. What are you thinking of ordering?
W: Well, I haven’t decided yet. What are you going to order?
M: I think I’ll have the roast chicken. They really make it well here.
W: I had roast chicken yesterday when I ate out with Shelly.
M: Their beef steak is good too. You could have it served with beans and mushrooms.
W: But I’m not that hungry. Is the fried fish or the seafood salad good？
M: Never had them before. Maybe if you get the steak, we can share.
W: That sounds like a good idea.
W: Hello, Mr. White. Do you think it’s possible for us to talk sometime today?
M: I’d love to, Miss Wilson, but I’ve got a pretty tight schedule today. I’ve got to finish reading the yearly financial report by ten. Then I have to drive to the airport to pick up an advertiser at 11. After that, I’ll have a meeting with him over lunch.
W: Can I see you after lunch?
M: Well, let me see, after lunch, I have to attend a senior staff meeting, which may last about two hours. Can you come at three？We can talk for an hour before I meet my sales team at four.
W: I’m afraid an hour is too short. What about tomorrow morning？
M: 9 to 11 then. I’ll wait for you at the office.
W: OK, see you then.
W: Hey, Bill, I hear they’re going to send you to Germany for the new project.
M: Boy! News travels fast around here. I only got the orders a couple of hours ago. Rachel doesn’t even know.
W: Oh, no？So what are you waiting for？When do you plan to tell her?
M: Well, she’s at work at the moment. She doesn’t finish until 5. I’ll have to wait until tonight now I suppose.
W: Well, I was posted there before, back in 2008. It’s okay. A bit like England really, at least the weather is similar. And the people aren’t much different. The only thing I didn’t like is the food, especially the sausages. What do you intend to do about the family？Are you going to take them with you?
M: Well, I’d like to, but they don’t know much about the situation at the moment. You know, about schools and all that. But I hope to move the family out there in a couple of month’s time. I don’t think I want to spend a year and a half out there on my own. I mean, without Rachel and the kids. I mean, I don’t see that much of them now as it is.
W: Yeah, well, that’s the way it is normally in our company, I suppose.
M: Yeah, well, we’ll see. Let me pay for the coffee.
W: No, no. I’ll pay.
M：Hello, everyone. Welcome to our program. I’m Jenny Jackson. The weather here in Juárez has become unbearable, with no rains for over a year. The city is suffering from unusually hot weather. Some light showers have been forecast since last month. But all of them have been affective in surrounding areas. Summer has not even started yet. But temperature has reached 40℃in the past three days, and people have been warned not to go out of their homes, not if you walk on foot at least, between 11 in the morning and 7 in the evening. Little kids and the elderly are the ones who have suffered the most from this extreme heat wave. They must drink water all the time. To help our audience have a better understanding of this extreme weather, we have invited Professor Tories from University of Mexico to our studio this evening.
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