M: Can you stay for dinner?
W: I'd love to, but I have to go and send some registered mail before picking up the children from school.
Q: Where will the woman go first?
A) To the school. C) To the post office.
B) To a friend's house D) Home.
M: Please buy two packs of cigarettes for me while you are at the store.
W: I am not going to any store. I'm going to see Aunt Mary, but I will get them for you at the gas station.
Q: Where will the woman stop on her way?
A) At a cigarette store. C) At a gas station.
B) At a bus station. D) At Aunt Mary's
W: Do you enjoy life in Washington?
M: Yes, indeed. I'm planning to move to New York or Boston. Anyway, I've never regretted my earlier decision.
Q: Where does the man live now?
A) In New York. C) In Newport.
B) In Boston. D) In Washington.
M: What's all that noise? It sounds as if it's coming from next door. The Nelsons aren't back yet, are they?
W: I don't think so. It must be the window-cleaner working upstairs.
Q: Where does the woman think the noise is coming from?
A) From upstairs. C) From the Nelsons' house.
B) From next door. D) From the back door.
W: Where did you say you found this bag?
M: It was lying under a big tree between the park and the apartment building.
Q: Where did the man find the bag?
A) In the park. C) In his apartment.
B) Between two buildings. D) Under a huge tree.
W: Where did you say you found this wallet?
M: It was lying in the grass, which is between the parking lot and the laboratory.
Q: Where did the man find the wallet?
A. In a bank. C. In a park.
B. In the grass. D. At the laboratory.
M: I wish I could see George here.
W: He was planning to come, but a moment ago his wife called to say that he had to take his father to the hospital.
Q: Who was ill?
A) George's brother. C) George's father.
B) George's wife. D) George's father-in-law.
M: Will you be able to join us? Tom and I are going to John's party.
W: Are you? But Bill and I weren't invited.
Q: Whose party are they going to join?
A. Tom's. C. The two speakers'.
B. Bill's. D. John's.