1.（）What does the man want the woman to do?
A. Send for a doctor for him.
B. Ask for sick leave for him.
C. Buy some medicine for him.
2.（）How is the man planning to go to New York?
A. By bus.
B. By plane.
C. By train.
3.（）What does the man think of the city?
A. Quite good.
B. Not good enough.
C. Just OK.
4.（）What program will be on at half past ninetonight?
A. English Learning for Children.
B. Science and Health.
C. Women’s Football Match.
5.（）Where are the two speakers?
A. At home.
B. At a shop.
6.（）Which of the following does the man phone?
A. A post office.
B.A newspaper office.
C. Arepair office.
7.（）What is the man’s telephone number?
8.（）Why does the man call the woman?
A. To check the telephone.
B. Tochange a new phone number.
C. To repair the line.
9.（）Why did Bob give Nancy a call?
A. To ask her to buy some tennis tickets.
B. To invite her to go to a concert.
C. To invite her to watch a tennis match.
10.（）What is Nancy going to do tomorrow evening?
A. Go to a concert.
B. Clean up her flat.
C. Go to a theater.
11.（）When will the concert on next Saturday eveningbe over?
A. At 5∶30.
12.（）What are the speakers talking about?
A. The man’s trip to New York.
B. Thelady’s trip to New York.
C. The lady’s physics class.
13.（）What did the lady see in New York?
A. The New York library.
B. The New York City Park.
C. The Statue of Liberty.
14.（）What advice did the lady give the man?
A. Visit New York in spring or fall.
B. Visit New York when it is hot.
C. Visit the Statue of Liberty.
15.（）Whom is the woman buying the gifts for?
A. Her cousin.
B. Her nephew.
C. Her brother.
16.（）How much does the woman want to spend on thegift?
A. Twenty dollars.
C. Fifty dollars.
17.（）What is most likely to happen next?
A. The woman will buy nothing.
B. The woman will buy a desk lamp.
C. The man will give another suggestion.
18.（）Where can the listeners buy Beginning English?
A. In the bookshop.
B. In the classroom.
C.In the main office.
19.（）What can the listeners do during the break?
A. Go online.
B. Walk around.
C. Eat in the classroom.
20.（）What class is on Tuesday?
W：Why do you look so pale?
M：I have a bad headache. Would you mind askingfor sick leave for me?
M：I want to buy a ticket for New York. How muchtime would it save if I took the express?
W：About one hour. The next express trainarrives in New York at 3∶15..
W：So how do you like this city?
M：Oh, I love it. It can’t be better.
M：Do you know the programs for tonight?
W：Yes, TV programs for tonight：7∶00English Learning for Children; 8∶25Science and Health; 9∶30 Star Sports：Women’s Football Match.
M：Excuse me, Madam. I’d like to choose someflowers to send to my teacher.
W：Let’s see. These fresh roses are very nice.
W：Repair Service, Jane speaking.
M：This is Joe Hall. I’d like to report that myphone is out of order.
W：Your phone number, please.
W：What seems to be the problem with yourtelephone, sir?
M：The phone has no dial tone. The line is dead.
M：Yes, that’s correct.
W：We’ll try to repair the line today.
M：Thank you very much. I’d appreciate your fixingthe phone as soon as possible.
M：Hello, Nancy. This is Bob. How are you?
W：Fine, thank you. I’m a bit too busy, you know,I’m trying to put everything in order in my new flat.
M：Oh, I see. Well, I was wondering if you liketo go to the concert tomorrow night, I think it will be good, and if Iremember correctly, you did say you like country music.
W：Yes, that’s right, I do. It’s nice of you toask, Bob. But I don’t think I can. Margaret has already asked me to see afriend, and then we’ll go to the theatre together. In fact, she’sgetting the tickets this evening.
M：Oh, well, never mind. What about next weekend?This concert is still on then, I think, if you are free next Saturday.
W：Oh, I’d like to very much, but what timeexactly?
M：It starts at seven thirty, and it will last three hours.
W：Oh, good. That will be fine. The tennis matchwill be over by half past five, I’m sure.
M：Good, I’ll call you again when I get thetickets.
W：Sure, bye for now.
M：Welcome back! I didn’t see you in the partylast Thursday.
W：I wasn’t there that day. I went on a trip toNew York. I just came back last night.
M：New York! What a city! I am sure you had lotsof fun there.
W：No, not really. I was too busy doing business.It’s very hot there, too.
M：Well, did you enjoy the trip?
W：Yeah, It was OK. I went to see the Statue ofLiberty and that made the trip interesting.
M：I have never been to New York. I would like togo there someday.
W：You’d better go during the spring or autumn when the weather is very nice.
M：May I help you?
W：Yes, My nephew is graduating fromcollege next week and I’d like to get him a nice present.
M：What price gift are you interested in?
W：Well, I usually spend about twenty dollarsfor a gift. Do you have anything nice for that price?
M：How about an MP3 player?
W：I gave him one as the New Year’s present.
M：Then give him a football.
W：No. He doesn’t like football very much. Heplays basketball a lot. I hope him to study more.
M：Then you could give him a desk lamp.
W：That’s a good idea.
Hello,everybody. Here’s an announcement about our class. We’re going to use the bookBeginning English in this class. You need to buy this book. BeginningEnglish is $20. You can buy it any day this week in the mainoffice. Class is from 9∶00 to 12∶00. We havea 15minute break at 10∶30. Thebreak is from 10∶30 to 10∶45. You cansit in class, walk around, or go to the cafeteria. But please be back in class on time.
English classis on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday mornings. Maths is on Tuesdaymornings and typing is on Thursday mornings. They are both from 9∶00 to 11∶00. If you want to register for maths or typing,go to the main office.
If youare absent, call the main office. Give your name and say you are in English 1.Tell the secretary that you cannot come to class.
一 、 高中英语听力专项训练试题