听下面5段对话。每段对话后有一道小题，从题中所给的A、B、C三个选项中选出最佳选项标在试卷的相应位置。听完每段对话后， 你将有10秒钟的时间来回答有关小题和阅读下一小题。每段对话你将听 一遍。
1. Where does the conversation take place?
A. In an office. B. On the phone. C. In a company.
2. Where does the conversation probably take place?
A. At a bank. B. At a shop. C. At a hotel.
3. Where is the man from?
A. England. B. The US. C. Canada.
4. Where is the man going?
A. Lake Drive. B. The Lake. C. The baker’s.
5. Where are the two speakers most probably?
A. At home. B. At the airport. C. On the plane
6. Where are the two speakers?
A. At the store. B. At home. C. At school.
7. Wher e’s the mess?
A. In the bathroom. B. In the living room. C. In the kitchen.
8. Where is the office equipment?
A. On the ground floor, Hall 2.
B. On the first floor, Hall 2.
C. On the first floor, Hall 1 .
9. Why wasn’ t the man satisfied with Cosmic Computers?
A. They didn’t sell spare parts.
B. They delayed sending computers.
C. Their after-sales service was poor.
10. What can you infer from the conversation?
A. The building maybe has two floors.
B. The man works in the building.
C. The man has had dealings with Universal Computers.
11. Where does this conve rsation take place?
A. In the street. B. At the man’s home. C. On the telephone.
12. What are the questions about?
A. Work. B. Hobbies. C. Health.
13. When does the conversation take place?
A. In the morning. B. In the afternoon. C. In the evening.
14. What do the two speakers plan to do tomorrow?
A. Wash down the kitchen. B. Move the cupboards. C. Paint the walls.
15. When will the painters come?
A. On Saturday. B. On Sunday. C. On Monday.
16. Where is Bob now?
A. In his bedroom. B. In a restaurant. C. In the kitchen.
17. What’s the weather like in Scotland in the morning?
A. Cold but clea r. B. Sunny. C. Windy with rain.
18. In which place may there be ice on the roads?
A. In northern England. B. In London. C. In Scotland.
19. What’s the weather like in many places of Cardiff in the evening?
A. Cold with fog. B. Icy. C. Rainy.
20 . When will London be lik ely to have some sun?
A. Tomorrow’s afternoon. B. This morning. C. This afternoon.
M: Hello, is Jones in? Can I speak to him?
W: Hold on. He is coming.
M: I’d like to buy this…but I haven’t got enough cash with me. Do you take traveler’s checks?
W: Certainly, sir.
M: Oh, good. How much is that?
W: Where are you from?
M: I’m English, but I’ve been living in the US and Canada for nine years.
M: I heard that the bread is wonderful at that baker’s on Lake Drive. Do you know where that is?
W: If you follow your nose, it will lead you to the baker’s.
W: Oh, there you are! Glad to see you again! Did you have a good flight?
M: Sure, I flew all the way direct from Seattle to London.
W: You must be very tired. Did you sleep at all on the plane?
M: No, not really. Sorry, could I use your bathroom now?
W: Where’s Cecilia, Mark?
M: I’m not sure. She finishes school at 3.Maybe she went to Joyce’s. She knows she has to home before 5.
W: It’s 5:30 now.
M: Maybe she forgot her watch.
W: Well, someone has to wash the dishes. The kitchen’s a mess.
M: I can go to Joyce’s. I know her address.
W: That’s OK. We don’t need her. You can wash the dishes.
W: That looks like the main entrance. Do we have to buy tickets?
M: No, I had several tickets sent to me. Here, take one each. Let’s have a look at the equipment. The exhibition is on the two floors, with two main halls on each floor.
W: Then what’s on the ground floor?
M: Radios, televisions, video equipment and home computers—all in Hall 1.Office equipment is in Hall 2.
W: How about the first floor?
M: Here we are. The communications equipment and large computer systems are upstairs. About every major computer company in the world is here, it seems.
W: Dr. Jackson, are there any companies here that you’ve dealt with before?
M: Oh, yes, several. We’ve had dealings with Cosmic Computers for some years, but we’re not satisfied with their after-sales service—they take a long time to deliver spare parts and charge more.
W: I’ve heard some very good reports about another firm called Universal Computers.
W: Hello. Is that Dr. Bean?
M: Yes, it is.
W: Dr. Bean, I’m making a survey for the National Research Company. I’d like to ask you a few questions about your health habits.
W: First question: How often do you take medicine?
M: I sometimes take aspirin, but that’s all.
W: Do you take vitamins?
M: No, I never do.
W: How about exercise?
M: Well, I often play tennis or handball.
W: Do you eat any healthy food?
M: No, I just try to eat good food.
W: Well, I’ve finished. Thank you for your help.
W: David, we shouldn’t sit here doing nothing.
M: Why not? It’s Saturday afternoon, isn’t it?
W: Yes, but there’s so much to do around the house.
M: It can wait.
W: We ought to finish washing down the kitchen walls and cupboards.
M: We can do that tomorrow. We don’t have to do it today.
W: All right. But we must do it tomorrow, because the painters are coming on Monday.
M: Yes. And that reminds me. I must do something about that leak under the kitchen sink.
W: That’s a good idea.
M: Talking about washing down the kitchen—where’s Bob?
W: He’s having lunch with Georgia.
M: What! Again?
W: He should be in soon.
M: He shouldn’t spend so much time with that girl.
W: You must be patient, David. Nineteen’s a very difficult age, you know.
M: Yes, I know. But he ought to be studying more.
Very strong winds will bring rain to Scotland and most of northern England in the morning. These winds will die away during the afternoon to give a cold clear night and there may be ice on the roads in Scotland. The rest of England and Wales will have a dry day, and in London temperatures will be higher than normal at the time of year. The evening will be cold with fog in many places in Cardiff, but temperatures will not be low enough for ice to form.
Tomorrow will be a windy day with rain everywhere until around noon. In the afternoon the rain will be clear from the southwest, bringing fine weather to any parts by the evening and there may be some sun in London. But temperatures will be low and the winds may bring some snow anywhere in the north and west before morning.