W: It's a pity you missed the concert yesterday evening. It was wonderful!
M: I didn't want to miss the football game. Well, I'm not a classical music fan anyway.
Q: What do we learn from the conversation?
W: Hey! If you can't enjoy that at a sensible volume, please use earphones. I'm trying study.
M: Oh! I'm sorry. I didn't realize it was bothering you.
Q: What is the man probably doing?
M: Can I help you, Ms?
W: Yes, I bought this telephone last week, and it works all right with out-going calls, but
it doesn't ring for the incoming ones.
Q: What's the problem with the woman's telephone?
W: I thought Tom said he got A's in all his tests.
M: Mary, you should know better than to take Tom's words too seriously.
Q: What does the man imply?
W: Can you show me how to use this, John?
M: It is fully automatic. All you have to do is focus on the scene and press the button here.
Q: What are they talking about?
M: I think we should move on to the next item.
W: Ok. But I'd like to take this matter up again at the end of the meeting.
Q: What does the woman imply?
W: You know, the Browns have invested all their money in stocks.
M: They may think that's a wise move, but that's the last thing I'd do.
Q: What's the man's opinion about the Browns' investment?
M: What is Mr. Peterson going to do with his old house on London Road? Rent it or sell it?
W: I heard he is thinking of turning it into a restaurant, which isn't a bad idea, because
it's still a solid building.
Q: What will Mr. Peterson do with his old house?
M: How do you like Professor Bachman's course on the History of Philosophy? He is a
distinguished scholar on that subject.
W: He is a great teacher. But I'm having a hard time with the reading list. I feel I can't
ever finish it.
Q: What problem does the woman have with the course?
W: Robert wants to know if he can go with us to the party.
M: That's odd. This morning he said he wanted to go by himself.
Q: What do we learn about Robert?
S8. They are likely to drop off school, and less likely to succeed in life.
S9. The programs, initiated by President Clinton has come on the criticism by Congress.
S10. Dozen of colleges and Universities are prepare to sent thousands of their students in
support of the Program.
Part I Listening Comprehension
1.C 2.B 3.A 4.B 5.A
6.D 7.C 8.A 9.D 10.C