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A. A test on the rules of the road.
B. A motor race on streets around town.
C. A ride from his home to his office.
D. His road test to get his license.
A. In a commercial area.
B. In a residential district.
C. In a school zone.
D. On a winding trail.
A. Crashed into another vehicle.
B. Hit a passer-by.
C. Forgot to signal when taking a turn.
D. Got on a pedestrian street.
A. He should come on Friday to take her place.
B. He'd better take more driving lessons.
C. He'd better take the test with another officer.
D. He should have his car checked thoroughly.
W: Okay. Mr. Smith. Let's begin your road test.
M: Oh. I know I'm ready. I've been practicing in my driveway all week.
W: Okay. Mr. Smith. As I'm sure you are aware, you will not only be tested on your knowledge of the rules of the road, but on your behavior toward other motorists.
M: Yeah, right. Here we go!
W: Whoa! Take it easy. The speed limit in this business district is only 25 miles an hour. Now, turn right at the next corner. Not here! Wow!You forgot to signal too!
M: Gosh. I didn't see that one!
W: Ah. Forget it. Just keep driving.
M: So, how am I doing? Can I just take a peek at your notes?
W: No! Watch out. Mr. Smith. Now you're tailgating the vehicle in front of us.
M: Oh, yeah. I'm just so excited about getting my license today.
W: Okay. Now carefully turn right here, and wait, wait, stop! You almost hit that pedestrian. How in the world did you pass the written test anyway? You have to give way to any pedestrians crossing the street.
M: Oh, sorry about that. It won't happen again.
W: Whoa! Get out! I'm driving back to the office.
M: Does this mean I didn't pass the test?
W: Look, Mr. Smith. Could you do me a favor? When you come back to take the test again, plan on coming on Friday.
M: Again? Why? Is it less crowded that day?
W: No. It's my day off.
Questions 22 to 25 are based on the conversation you have just heard.
22. What has the man been preparing for in the past week?
23. Where did the man begin his test?
解析：男士说完“Here we go!”之后，女士说“这个商业区的限速……”，可见他们是在一个商业区开始路考的，A是原文business district的同义表达。
24. What mistake did the man almost make?
25. What does the woman suggest at the end of the conversation?
Now you'll hear the two long conversations.
A. Growing, yet uncertain.
B. Expanding and secure.
C. Contracting, yet stable.
D. Declining and insecure.
A. He dropped out of high school.
B. He has some post-secondary education.
C. He has a college degree.
D. He was deprived of the right to go to school.
Now you'll hear the two long conversations.
W: So, have you found a job yet?
M: No, but, I have a few leads, so things are looking up.
W: What kind of job are you looking for?
M: Actually, I want to work for a Web hosting company.
W: What would you do there exactly?
M: Well, I'd like to work in technical support, you know, helping customers resolve computer-related problems with their sites. And you know I'm a good communicator.
W: So, how's the pay for that sort of job?
M: Well, most people I know start out with a very reasonable salary; you can earn pay increases depending on your performance.
W: So, what about benefits?
M: Oh, the benefits are pretty good. They provide health insurance, two weeks of paid vacation a year, and opportunities for advancement.
W: Well, is there long-term job security in a job like that?
M: Uhh. That's hard to tell. I mean, the Internet is booming, and these kinds of companies are sprouting up everywhere, which is a good thing, but just like the dot-com era, you never know how long things will last.
W: Well, have you ever thought about going back to school to improve your job skills?
M: What are you suggesting?
W: You know, you did drop out of college.
M: I know, I know, but I don't know. I'm just seeing my current job at McDonalds as a step up. I don't have the resources at the moment to do that; however, the job I am looking at will pay for some classes after I have been with the company for six months.
W: Well, it looks like you have things planned out this time.
M: If I last that long.
Questions 19 to 21 are based on the conversation you have just heard.
19. In which field is the man desiring a job?
20. What's the future of the Internet industry according to the man?
21. What do we learn from the conversation about the man's educational background?
解析：四个选项都是关于He的学业状况，听时要留意。女士问男士“你有没有想过回学校?”后来还揭了男士的底：you did drop out of college。可见男士没读完大学，但中学毕业后也经受过一定的高等教育。所以B正确。
A. Landlord and lodger.
B. Receptionist and guest.
C. Salesman and client.
D. Policeman and driver.
A. Take the safety of his parents-in-law into account.
B. Ask his parents-in-law to make the decision.
C. Invite his parents-in-law to a sight-seeing restaurant.
D. Buy his parents-in-law some pets instead.
W: May I move in this weekend, Mr. Penny?
M: No problem, Miss, as you've already paid three months' rent and one month's deposit. I'll get everything in order and be expecting you at 9 on Saturday morning.
Q: What's the relationship between the two speakers?
M: I don't know where to treat my parents-in-law for dinner this weekend.
W: Have you ever been to the rotating Italian restaurant by the river? You can have a bird's-eye view of the whole city while enjoying your meal.
Q: What does the woman suggest the man do?