W：Tom’s mother told me that he was in hospital.
M: He left hospital yesterday and will go to class tomorrow.
Q: Where is Tom now?
A. At school. B. On the way to school.
C. At home. D. In the hospital.
女士问：“Tom 还在医院吗?”男士回答说：“Tom 已经出院了，明天他就要去上课了。”说明Tom 已经在家了。答案选C。
M：Miss，could you bring me some cake and a cup of coffee?
W: Certainly, but we have to wait until the captain has turned off the fasten-seatbelt sign.
Q: Where does the conversation most probably take place?
A. On the plane. B. On the ship.
C. In a restaurant. D. In a coffee bar.
W: I certainly enjoyed meeting your parents. I hope they liked me.
M: Don’t worry. My parents would approve of any girl I liked.
Q: What’s the probably relationship between the two speakers?
A. Lovers. B. Friends. C. Classmates. D. Colleagues.
W: I heard you got a full mark in your math exam. Congratulations!
M: Thanks! I’m sure you also did a good job.
Q: What’s the probably relationship between the speakers?
A. A math teacher and his colleague.
B. A teacher and his student.
C. A student and his classmate.
D. A librarian and a student.
W： Why do you get up so early?
M: Well, I have to leave home at twenty to seven so I can catch a bus at seven o’clock.
Q: When does the man leave home?
A. At 6:40 B. At 6:48 C. At 7:00 D. At 7:20
W: How many people showed up for the meeting yesterday? Twenty-five?
M: Twenty were expected to come, but the number was double that.
Q: What is the actual number of people who attend the meeting?
A. 20 B. 25 C. 35 D. 40
M: You can’t drive long distances at night because you might get sleepy and drive off the road. But driving to the movie theater is fine.
W: But the theater is right across the street from our house.
Q: What does the woman mean?
A. She is not going to the theater.
B. She won’t get sleepy when driving.
C. The theater is right off the road.
D. They don’t have to drive there.