短对话、长对话 —— 模拟实战
A. Buy a traveler's highway handbook.
B. Drive from the hotel to the town hall.
C. Stay out of this stretch of highway.
D. Lead her way by following a road map.
A. She has some problems from work.
B. She has lost contacts with some people.
C. She's been following a therapist's advice.
D. She's been learning skills at work.
A. Starting a new business.
B. Quitting part-time jobs.
C. Holding a theme party.
D. Opening a dance club.
A. To question the witness in court.
B. To play the role of a judge in court.
C. To speak to the jury in a courtroom.
D. To take the stand in front of the jury.
A. Taking a picture of the woman.
B. Adjusting the flash.
C. Figuring out the quality of the camera.
D. Checking the light.
A. Change her hairstyle.
B. Change her attitude toward new things.
C. Get the fears out of her mind.
D. Try a virtual makeover on the Internet.
A. She shouldn't complain about caring for her mom.
B. It's her brothers' responsibility to take care of their mom.
C. A senior day care program or home assistance may help.
D. Financial help is badly needed to send her mom to hospital.
A. Tell her that the doctor refuses to talk with her.
B. Apologize to her and ask for her forgiveness.
C. Tell her that she is intruding on his privacy.
D. Say nothing more and leave her alone.
A. It is conducted among those who are about 80 years old.
B. The findings are quite different from general ideas.
C. The study is impressive because of its surprising findings.
D. It adopts a method which has been used in previous studies.
A. A conscientious person.
B. An anxious person.
C. A carefree person.
D. An ambitious person.
A. One should be worried about something more or less.
B. One shouldn't care too much about career and success.
C. One is more likely to succeed if he works hard.
D. One is likely to live longer if he is less anxious.
A. Give up vigorous exercise.
B. Play tennis moderately.
C. Choose walking and gardening.
D. Do exercise consistently.
A. Because he likes engineering instead of arts out of interest.
B. Because he is likely to learn nothing from arts courses.
C. Because arts have no place in his school report anyway.
D. Because arts won't help him much for finding a job.
A. Either compulsory courses or electives can be taken for the first year of university.
B. General Education courses like maths, chemistry, science and history are selective.
C. Elective selection is decided by how much you have learned.
D. The chance to change an elective is given by your counselor.