1. Where did the woman go just now?
A. To the post office. B. To the library. C. To the museum.
2. What does the man like about the play?
A. The story. B. The ending. C. The lead actor.
3. What time does the school bus leave?
A. At 7:10. B. At 7:20. C. At 7:30.
4. What’s the purpose of the conversation?
A. To fix the woman’s computer.
B. To invite the man.
C. To help the man solve a problem.
5. Why can’t the woman give the man a ride?
A. Her car is full.
B. Her car is being repaired at the shop.
C. Her car has been borrowed by Randy.
6. What does the man carry for the woman?
A. A bicycle. B. Some drinks. C. A bag.
7. What time does the graduation party start?
A. At 8:00 a.m. B. At 8:00 p.m. C. At 10:00 a.m.
8. Where does the conversation take place?
A. In a library. B. At a bus stop. C. At the man’s house.
9. Why does the woman want the man’s help?
A. She doesn’t know how to get back to school.
B. She cannot speak Chinese very well.
C. She has no money.
10. What will the womando before they leave?
A. Call a taxi. B. Read for ten minutes. C. Get something to drink.
11. What are the speakers talking about?
A. An exciting trip they just took.
B. The news in the papers.
C. A travel plan.
12. What might the man have trouble with in
A. The weather. B. The food and water. C. The travel information.
13. What is the woman planning to do?
A. Help the man get some information.
B. Go somewhere out-of-the-way.
C. Work in the garden.
14. What time will the woman get to the restaurant?
A. At 6:00 p.m. B. At 6:30 p.m. C. After 6:30 p.m.
15. How many people will be eating dinner?
A. Eight. B. Fourteen. C. Six.
16. Where will the children sit?
A. At a long table. B. At a round table. C. At a large table.
17. What will the children be eating?
A. Steaks. B. Potatoes. C. Chicken.
18. What happened to the tourists’ bus?
A. It broke down. B. The driver had to leave. C. It got stuck in the snow.
19. What is part of the Winter Wonderland trip?
A. A horse ride in the mountains.
B. A chance to see a special bird.
C. A drive past some farms.
20. What are the tourists doing now?
A. Eating dinner. B. Listening to music. C. Watching the snowfall.
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21. How much can you earn at least in two hours as a retailer?
A. $10. B. $12. C. $16. D. $20.
22. If you’d like to be a waiter in winter, you may call_________.
A. 4005075 B. 4005076 C. 4005077 D. 4005078
23. Which of the following jobs may attract teens who want to be a teacher?
A. Retail Sales. B. Babysitter. C. Food Service. D. Housekeeping.
24. The text is mainly written for teens who _________.
A. want a part-time job in the winter
B. dream of becoming a housekeeper
C. are faced with communication problems
D. plan to start their own business