1. W:May I help you? M:Yes, I'd like to try some sports jackets.
I prefer something like the one I'm wearing. Where are the two speaker 2. M:I'm afraid We'll miss the train. What time is it now?
W:It's 6:15. There's 10 minutes left, let's hurry. What time does the train leav 3. M:Well, I'd better be getting home now. It's been great seeing you again.
W:Oh, it's nice seeing you, too. What are the two speakers doin 4. M:So, how long have you been here?
W:Just a couple of days, actually. I'm on a big journey. You know I'm visiting all the places of interest here.
What's the man doin 5. W:Can I come to see you at 10, professor Brown? M:I'm sorry, Susan, but I'm meeting my students then. Why not come half an hour later?
When should susan go to meet professor Brow 6. M:Good morning. W:Good morning. Can I help you?
M:Yes, are there any tickets left for the Chinese Music Concert on the 28th, please? W:Just a moment, please. No. I think you've made a mistake, it's on the 30th.
M:Really? I've read about it in the paper today. I'm sure it said the Chinese Music Concert is on the 28th. W:Oh, sorry, I thought you said the Japanese Music Concert.
The Chinese Music Concert is on the 28th at 7:15. But I'm afraid there are only back seats left, and they are 30 yuan each.
M:That's OK. Can I have two, please? W:How would you like to pay for these?
M:Cheque. Here you are. W:Thank you. And here are your tickets.
M:Thank you very much. 7. W:Excuse me, how can I get to the station, please?
M:The station. . . the station, let me see. . . Oh, yes, yes, you can go down. . . . no, go straight down until you come to a cinema. Let's see now, that's the second turning on your right.
The cinema's on the corner. Turn right at the cinema, are you'll be in Bridge Street. I think its Bridge Street. Go along Bridge Street for a few minutes, and then take the second, no. . . not the second, the firs That's right, the first turning on your left.
The station is straight ahead, rigt in front of you. W:So that's second right and first left.
Thank you very much. That's very kind of you. 8. M:What shall we do this weekend?
W:Did you have something special in mind? M:Not really. I just thought my being fond to do something new?
W:Doing something for a change, you mean? M:Yes. Something different. I need a change.
W:I usually go shopping and have my hair done during the weekend, and you usually watch the football games on TV. M:Yes, you often have tea with your friends. And I sometimes play cards with my friends.
We seldom do anything together. It's quite unlike when we were first married. W:Now, I've got an idea. Autumn is the best season in Beijing.
Why don't we go for a picnic this weekend? You'll invite your friends, and I'll invite mine. We'll go together. M:Good idea, I would see about the car and you'll prepare for food.
But are you sure you would really want all our friends to come along? 9. M:Hello.
W:Oh, hello, John. How are you? M:Just fine. Thanks, Marry.
W:Say, Tom and I were wondering. Are you and Jane free this Saturday? M:Saturday, ur. . . m, it seems Jane mentioned something about visiting her mother that afternoon.
Why, What did you have in mind? W:Oh, we just thought it would be a nice day to have you over for dinner. But if you're not free. .
M:Well, let me cheek again with Jane. I'll call you tonight, and let you know for sure, ok? 10. Good evening. Tonight the main news is about the bad weather Storms are reported in all parts of the country.
In the north many roads closed because of high winds. Two main roads near Nebraska are blocked by trees.
In the south too, heavy rains and storms are reported. Near Dova fifty houses have been flooded and last night a lorry was brought over by the wind, In the east quite a few areas have been flooded.
Many small boats have been lost. And this morning one boat was found two miles in land. Things are better in the wast. But two village have been flooded by a river.
Four people nearly drowned in the flood. More storms are expected tomorrow.