1.M: Hello, I’m Mike’s father. I want to know if Mike is getting along well with his new classmates?
W: Very well. Mike is a friendly and helpful boy. Everyone likes him. Q: What’s Mike like?
2.M: Maria, what do you want to be in the future? W: Maybe I’ll be a teacher. It would be a lot of fun. M: I think you would be happy with your students. W: Yes, I think so.
Q: What does Maria think of becoming a teacher? 3.M: Jane, nice to see you. W: Nice to see you, too.
M: We haven’t seen each other since we graduated in 2000. How’s everything going on? W: Pretty good. I’m a teacher now. I’m happy to be with my students. Q: Who are the two speakers?
4.M: Excuse me, Miss Zhang. How long have you worked in this school? W: Since I graduated from the teachers’ college. M: When did you graduate? W: In 2003.
Q: How long has Miss Zhang worked in this school? 5.W: Do you like singing, Michael?
M: Yes, I like dancing, too. What about you, Maria? W: The same as you. Q: What does Maria like?
听第一段对话，回答第6-8题。 Conversation 1
M: Jane, do you know Annie?
W: Yes, of course. We met at an evening party, and then we saw each other quite often. We have the same interests, so
we do a lot of things together. We enjoy studying together. M: Is Annie a friendly girl?
W: Yes, she is. She is friendly and kind, and she often helps others. That’s why she has so many friends. Everyone likes
M: Can you introduce her to me?
W: Sure, Jack. There is going to be a picnic this Sunday in Green Park. I will do that if you join us. M: That will be fine.
听第二段对话，回答第9-10题。 Conversation 2
M: Lucy, I hear you’re moving to Beijing. W: Yes. My father has got a job there. M: Oh, that’s great! But I will miss you. W: Me, too. Let’s keep in touch.
M: OK. Don’t forget to call me when you get there. W: I won’t. See you later.
M: It’s time for me to leave. I’m sorry but I have to leave this lovely place. Jane, I won’t forget your help during my stay here.
W: We have learnt a lot from you, too. Michael, we enjoyed ourselves, and it’s hard to say goodbye to an old friend. I
hope we will meet soon. M: I hope so.
W: Maybe I’ll visit America in six months. M: Great! Then we will be together again.
W: Don’t forget to call me or send e-mails after you get home. M: Let’s keep in touch. W: Have a safe flight. M: Thank you. Goodbye.
Dear Mr. Chen,
I will graduate in about a month. I have a lot to say. During the past three years, you have given me so much help and encouragement, but I have done a lot of things that make you angry.
When I was in Grade Two, I didn’t study hard. I spent too much time playing basketball. As a result, I got bad grades. You tried your best to help me with my English, my study habits and my life. Every time I did something wrong, you always said, “It doesn’t matter.” At that time, I was too young and foolish to understand you. Now I can see all of these things. I think that I should say sorry to you.
I am very sorry, sir. Now May Day is coming. Happy May Day!
Best wishes to you and your family.