1. Where does the woman want very much to go?
A. The Neil. B. The Pyramids. C. Egypt.
2. What are they talking about?
A. New shoes. B. Shoe shops. C. Her husband.
3. Where does the conversation take place?
A. At a store. B. At a restaurant. C. At a hotel.
4. What is the time now?
A. 9:00. B. 9:15. C. 9:45.
5. What’s the relationship between the speakers?
B. Boss and employee.
C. Doctor and patient.
6. What is the man having trouble with?
A. Money. B. Driving. C. Memory.
7. How will the woman help the man?
A. She’ll give him some advice.
B. She’ll drive him to the bank.
C. She’ll remind him of money.
8. Where do the woman’s family members have their family reunion in autumn?
A. In Paris. B. In Hawaii. C. In Tokyo.
9. Why does the woman go to Paris for their family reunion?
A. Because her family have never been there.
B. Because two of her aunts are from there.
C. Because she wants to go there for holiday.
10. How does the man like his trip next month?
A. He is very excited at it.
B. He is very calm at it.
C. He is a little disappointed at it.
11. At what time do you think the conversation took place?
A. In the morning. B. At noon. C. In the afternoon.
12. Where did Rita go so that she was late?
A. The police station. B. The restaurant. C. The shop.
13. Why did Rita go back to her car?
A. To lock the car.
B. To leave the handbag in the car.
C. To get her checkbook.
14. What did Tom suggest?
A. Phoning Rita’s friend again.
B. Phoning her own manager for help.
C. Phoning the manager of the restaurant.
15. What is the probable relationship between the two speakers?
A. Boss and secretary.
B. Father and daughter.
C. Manager and customer.
16. What is David Brown’s phone number?
A. 633001. B. 622301. C. 633201.
17. Where is the phone number?
A. On Miss Grey’s desk.
B. On Mr. Blank’s desk.
C. On Mr. Brown’s desk.
18. When is the speaker talking?
A. In the morning.
B. In the afternoon.
C. In the evening.
19. Who are the listeners?
A. Patients. B. Visitors. C. Nurses.
20. Which is NOT allowed in the hospital?
A. Smoking in any area.
B. Listening to the hospital radio.
C. Dropping in on patients in the morning.
M: Do you really want to go to Egypt?
W: Yes, I really want to go there! I’m looking forward to seeing the Pyramids and the Neil.
W: Do you like my new shoes?
M: Oh, yes. Aren’t they smart? Where did you buy them?
W: Thank you very much! They are a present from my husband.
W: It’s lovely. I’ll take it.
M: Are you paying cash?
M: The bus was supposed to arrive at 9:00 and it’s already 15 minutes late. If it doesn’t come soon, I’ll be late for my date.
W: Yes, I have a meeting at 10:00 and I can’t afford to miss it.
M: Good morning, madam. Come in. What can I do for you?
W: Well. I’m having difficulty in sleeping. I often wake up at three in the morning and I just can’t get back to sleep.
M: Hey, Susan. You’re good at remembering things, aren’t you?
W: Yeah, I guess so. Why?
M: I’m always forgetting things. Last week I went to the bank for some money, and I forgot to take it out of the machine. When I remembered and went back, the money was gone. Besides, I couldn’t remember where I parked my car.
W: That’s pretty bad.
M: Can you give me some advice on ways to improve my memory?
W: Not really. You’d better just let me drive you to the bank next time.
W: My parents told me my uncles and aunts are planning a big family reunion in Paris this fall.
M: Are you going to the reunion?
W: You bet. All my uncles and aunts will take their children along, too. So I’ll meet many cousins there.
M: How nice! But why Paris?
W: Because two of my aunts are French. They met and got married to my uncles in France. Some of their relatives are still living there.
M: Have you ever been to France before?
W: No. Actually I’ve never traveled abroad. I’m very excited about it. I just can’t wait.
M: My parents are going to take me on a trip to Hawaii next month by way of Tokyo, but I’ve been there three times already.
W: Sorry, I’m late, Tom.
M: It’s all right, Rita. Where have you been?
W: At the police station. I’ve lost my handbag. Or perhaps someone’s taken it. I don’t know.
M: Oh, no. What happened? Sit down. Was there anything important in it?
W: Important! My checkbook, all the papers I need for work.
M: Oh, that’ s terrible. But how did you lose it?
W: Well, as you know, I was with a friend all morning and we had lunch together. After I had lunch, I went shopping. And when I wanted to buy something, I couldn’t find my checkbook. Then I remembered that it was in my handbag. And my handbag was in my car.
M: So you went back to your car.
W: But I didn’t find it there.
M: And you went to the police station?
W: Not immediately. Before I went to the police station I called my friend’s office. No luck.
M: You should go to the restaurant where you had lunch and look for it.
W: Oh, I should have done that.
M: Now you’d better telephone the manager right away.
M: Any messages, Miss Grey?
W: Just one, Mr. Blank. You had a telephone call from someone called Brown, David Brown.
M: Brown? I don’t seem to know anyone called Brown. What did he say?
W: He wouldn’t say. But it sounded important. I told him you’d phone him as soon as you got back.
M: Well, I’d better do it then, I suppose. Er...you’ve got his phone number, haven’t you?
W: Yes, it’s 633201.
W: No, 633201.
M: Oh, I’d better write it down, otherwise I’ll probably forget it.
W: I have already done it, Mr. Blank. It’s on your desk.
Hello, listeners. Welcome to Henton Hospital Radio. Before our music program at four, I’m going to repeat some of our hospital rules.
The visiting hours are in the afternoon from 2:30 to 3:30 and in the evening from 7:00 to 8:00. But remember only two people can see you at the same time. Sorry about that, but you can imagine what would happen if we didn’t have these rules. The other rules are about our hours. We start pretty early—you might not be used to that. We wake you at 6 o’clock, breakfast is at 8 o’clock, and lunch is at noon; there’s tea at 3:30 and supper is at 6 o’clock.
You can see the no-smoking sign—we don’t allow smoking in the wards. However, if you do need to smoke, there are special areas where it is allowed.
You will find the radio switch on the wall near your bed, with your headphones, if you want to listen. It’s our own hospital radio wishing you a speedy recovery.
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