1. M: The Dean just announced that Dr. Holden’s going I’ll miss you guys while I’m working here in the library.
W:I knew it all along! He’s the obvious choice. All the other candidates are no match for him!
Q: what do we learn about the two speakers?
2.W: Hey, let me know how your summer’s going! I’ll miss you guys while I’m working here in the library.
M: I’ll be working, too! But I’ll send you an email or call you once in a while.
When we all get back to school, we can have a party or something.
Q:what do we learn about the two speakers?
3.W: I know it’s the end of the season, but those peaches are such a bargain that I couldn’t help buying them! Have one please!
M: Thank you! Actually, they seem pass their prime.
Q: What do we learn from the conversation?
4. M:The assignment on physics is a real challenge. I don’t think I can finish it on time or by myself.
W: Why don’t we join our feet together? It may be easier then.
Q: What does the woman suggest?
5.M: Jean really lost her temper in Dr.Brown’s class this morning.
W: Oh? Did she? But I think her frankness is really something to be appreciated.
Q: What does the woman mean?
6.W: We heard that when you are a kid, you submitted a story to Reader’s Digest.
M: Well, I don’t remember this story exactly, but my idea of a great time then was a pad of lined paper and a new blue pen. I thought myself as a Reader’s Digest member at the age of six.
Q: What do we learn about the man from the conversation?
7. M: Your son certainly shows a lot of enthusiasm on the tennis cournt.
W: I only wish he’d show as much for his studies.
Q: What does the woman imply about her son?
8. W: We suppose to meet John here at the railway station.
M: That’s like looking for a needle in a haystack.
Q: What does the man imply?
9.M: Professor Stevenson, as an economist, how do you look upon the surging Chinese economy? Does it constitute a threat to the rest of the world?