第九套题

  Part Two. Questions 13—22

  Section One. Questions 13——17

  Question 13 Yesterday I bought this T-shirt. But it was too small for my son and my son wanted a blue one. So I want to change this white one for that blue one priced at twelve thirty-four. This white one is ten forty –nine. How much more will I have to pay you?

  Question 14 I tried this pair of shoes and I think I like this colour and style. Please pack them. By the way, I notice that all the goods in your shop are at 20% discount. And this price tag says £20 a pair. So how much will I have to pay you?

  Question 15 My wife, my children and I are going to visit Edinburgh for 3 days. We need a small room and a large room with a double bed. If a small room is £5 a day and a large one is £ 12 a day, how much will we pay for our stay?

  Question 16 This novel costs to ninety-nine. This book is one pound forty-two. And that pocket dictionary is priced at fourteen twenty-four. You gave me two ten pounds. Let's look at the calculator and find out how much change I’ll give you.

  Question 17 One letter will be sixteen pence, so for three letters that's forty-eight pence, And the five postcards at twenty-four pence that’s £ 1.20. And the two airmail letters at twenty-four pence that's forty-eight pence. Let’s see what the total comes to.

  Section Two. Questions 18—22

  Question 18 Accounts will be charged five pounds a month service fee if the minimum balance falls below four hundred pounds at any time during the stated period. You may keep three pounds in your account, but we charge you five pounds a month.

  Question 19 The package containing the records appeared to be in perfect condition. But when we unpacked it with GREat care, we found that one record was completely smashed. Could you send us a new one? I'll return the broken one at once.

  Question 20 Thank you for asking me. You've already done a lot for the children. I believe this tea party on Friday will attract more people’s attention to the children's problems. Unfortunately I’ve got an appointment then.

  Question 21 Thank you for your invitation. Our company is willing to explore with your corporation the possibility of closer ties through joint ventures. Here, let me propose a toast to the success of our negotiations and to our friendship and future cooperation.

  Question 22 As this the last week in September, the two teams we're going to watch tonight are tied for first place in this season. They both want to make the play-offs, so they’ll be playing their best.

  第十套题

  Part Two. Questions 13—22

  Section One. Questions 13——17

  Question 13 If it's stolen, tell the police and go to the nearest refund agency. Then you’ll get a full or partial refund immediately. Keep a list of cheque numbers and a note of those already cashed. Don't carry this with the cheques.

  Question 14 How much can each person import? There are limits on the amount of gooks that can be brought into a country. And the limits vary according to where the goods were bought, where the traveler is from and how long the traveler intends to stay.

  Question 15 All you need is a banana, some milk, an egg, some sugar and a blender. First, chop the banana into the blender. Then add in half a pint of milk. And next crack the egg into the same blender. After that put in two small spoons of sugar. Last, whip that up.

  Question 16 It's upstairs on the fourth floor and you go straight through the toy department. Then you’ll find the lift. Get out of the lift, you can find the counter just on the right side. They sell tickets for all the musical events in the city.

  Question 17 Stories range from the technical to the romantic, from stage to screen. There will be features of stars of the past, the present and the future. The director with the new film, the designer with the latest fashion, are all part of the new panorama.

  Section Two. Questions 18—22

  Question 18 First we'll get out the map to see where all the great amusement parks are; then we’ll trace a route which can take us to as many of the parks as we can manage. Next we try to note down the resting places all along that route. And then we can start.

  Question 19 This kind of sausage is cheaper even though it's not on sale. It has no fantastic label, and the manufacturers never advertise, so they can keep the price down. And the quality is as good as that of the known brands.

  Question 20 I would say your letter was one of the best we've received. I’m always surprised at the poor letters some people write to us. They write illegibly in long hand and they often fail to state their qualifications for the job.

  Question 21 First of all, you're on the wrong street. You have to walk more than two blocks to Hewitt Street where you can catch the No.21 bus. Get off the No.21 at Scott Road and transfer to No.4 bus going north. Then get off at the Wright Church.

  Question 22 In this job, you would call on schools and colleges. You would visit typing chasses, demonstrate new machines and talk to school officials in an effort to interest them in buying our typewriters. We pay two hundred and fifty pounds a week plus 5% commission on sales.