1. I'm leaving right now.
2. Hi! John! Would you like me to check the oil?
3.Do we have to take a car to the city from here?
4. How may I help you?
5. Eric likes practicing basketball with his classmates after school.
6. M: How often do you exercise?
W: I keep running every day, sometimes I go swimming, but I never play ball games.
Q: How often does the woman go swimming?
7. W: How many students are there in your class?
M: There are only thirty-two. And half of them are girls.
Q: How many girl students are there in the class?
8. W: Hi! I don't know if you remember me. My name is Maria.
M: Sure, I remember you. You sat next to me.
W: Yeah, that's right. How are you doing?
M: Fine. Nice to see you again.
Q: Who are the two speakers?
9. M: Hi, Cathy! What did you do last Saturday?
W: I had a picnic near the sea with some friends.
M: Then you must have had a good time.
Q：Where did Cathy go last Saturday?
10. M: Excuse me. I bought a pen here yesterday. But I can't write with it now.
W: What's the problem?
M: It doesn't work. Would you mind giving me another one?
W: Sure. Here you are.
Q: What does the boy want to do in this conversation?
W: Hi, Andy. What's up?
M: Oh, hi. Not much. Oh, except we have new neighbors.
W: Really? What're they like?
M: Well, it was quite funny really. The son was in the garden, so I went to introduce myself and talk to him over the fence. He seemed really nice and seemed interested in being my friend. He asked me lots of questions—you know the kind: What's your name, how old are you, that kind of thing.
W: So, what's so funny about that?
M: Well, he went back into his house and I continued playing basketball. Then he came out again and asked me all the same questions again!
W: That's strange. What did you say?
M: Well, I was polite and just answered him all over again. But I'd like to talk to two different boys! I thought there was only one but then I saw them both in the garden together a few days later. They are twins, and they look the same!
W: Can you tell who is who?
M: No, not at all! I can't see any differences.
11. What's new in Andy's life?
12. What did Andy do when he saw a boy in the garden?
13. Why was Andy confused?
14. Where did Andy see a boy again?
15. What is the relationship between the two boys?
10 rules for a long and happy life
Scientists have revealed 10 rules for a long and happy life. And the rules even allow for sunbathing, drinking alcohol and eating chocolate.
The first rule is to enjoy yourself. The second on the list is a happy marriage and good family life. Studies have shown those can add as much as seven years to a man's life and two years to a woman's life. Third, where you live also has a great effect on your health. Drinking wine, going to parties and eating chocolate belong to the fourth rule. Many studies show that a little of those can do you good. The fifth rule says that you should exercise your brain to stay active. Seeing the doctors is the sixth rule. If you're sick, go to doctors quickly. The next rule is to eat healthily. Rule 8 asks you to put more excitement into your lives. Traveling or learning a new language can add years to your life. Rule 9 advises you to learn new technologies. Rule 10 is that you should smile and feel happier in life.