Text 1. W: Why? You're all wet.
M: I didn't bring my umbrella with me. The weather forecast said it would be sunny.
W: But you could see the big black clouds this morning.
Text 2. M: What do you think of your new roommate?
W: Well, she's a bit untidy. Apart from that, she's really sweet.
M: You should have some patience then.
Text 3. W: I haven't seen John these days.
M: He's moved out. He's now living in a quieter place.
W: Is it far from the school?
M: Yes, but he said it's worth the trouble.
Text 4. W: Sir, did you see the "NO PARKING" sign?
M: I won't be here long. My wife will finish the movie in five minutes.
W: Sorry, sir. Not even for one minute! You'll get fined if you don't go.
Text 5. M: Does Jane still play the violin?
W: Yes. She's practising it every day.
M: You should be happy then.
W: Yeah. It's Bob that's worried about. He really wants to buy drums. But he thinks we spent all that money on the guitar and he has hardly used it.
W: Excuse me. What's happened? What plane takes off tonight?
M: Sorry, Madam. The airport is closed. Planes won't take off until tomorrow morning.
W: What? Then where can we stay for the night?
M: We've arranged the rooms for you in the airport hotel. Two passengers will share a room.
W: Em, that's too bad.
M: Any problem, Madam?
W: Yes, I have a bad habit. I can't sleep without lights on.
M: Oh, really? Just now a lady told me she had the same habit.
W: My camera has broken down. I'm thinking of buying a new one.
M: Try MA-205. You won't regret it.
W: I know this model is of a good quality and design but it's too expensive.
M: You can buy a cheaper one on the Internet.
W: On the Internet? How?
M: Use a search engine and search for cheap MA-205.
W: A search engine? Em, what's that?
M: You really live in the stone age. All right, tell me your budget and I'll see whether I can get one for you.
W: I want to have my hair done. Do you have any suggestions?
M: You can take a look at this magazine. It has some of the newest styles.
W: Er, I like face style. It's pretty. Do you think it suits me?
M: Well, do you really want to keep your hair that long? I think you will look better with short hair.
W: I'll leave that out to you. I'm ready for a change.
M: Do you want to change the color of your hair? It will be shinier in wine red and will light up your face.
W: Yeah, I believe so. But would that do much harm to my hair?
M: Not really. We have some of the best hair care products.
W: Em, maybe on other day. By the way, how much do you charge?
M: 80 dollars in total.
M: Are you OK, Lily? You don't look very happy.
W: Oh, David. I had an argument with mum again. I'm not getting enough pocket money.
M: How much do you get?
W: Five pounds a week.
M: That sounds reasonable to me.
W: Well, I'm 14 and if you are going to town shopping, you can never have enough money. Everything is so expensive.
M: But is it fair amount of money? Compare what your friends get.
W: Well, we all get the same. But I have to buy all my music things as well things for school and have hardly anything left to spend on clothes.
M: Right. Do you have to help around house?
W: Not really.
M: So you don't have to do anything for this pocket money.
W: Mum said if I did that I will never have time to do my school work.
M: Has she said you can have more pocket money when you are 15?
W: Well, Mum just says she'll decide when I'm ready to have more. And I've just got to wait.
M: Maybe you should sit down with her and say "How can I prove that I am old enough to get more?"
W: So, I should talk to her again.
M: Yes, but don't argue with her. Just discuss it calmly.
W: OK, thanks.
Welcome on board. Welcome to Anderson Tour to Stonehenge and Bath. Well, we've got everyone here. My name is Lorra and I'll be your tour guide. Our driver is Gary. If you have any questions, don't hesitate to ask us. That's what we're here for.
First, just a few ways about safety. The coach is equipped with seat belts. In Britain it's required to fasten the belt. And for the comfort of others, we ask you there should be no food or drink on the coach.
Now to arrangements today. We'll first visit Stonehenge, a world famous historic sight. The journey takes about two hours depending on traffic. You'll have about one hour to explore the area, and your tour manager will advise you what time to be back on the coach.
We then leave Stonehenge and go on to Bath, a beautiful city standing on the River Avon among hills of England's Western Country. After you get there, the coach will drop you in the city centre. The tour manager will walk you into the world well-known Roman Baths built by the Romans in the 3rd century AD. And from this point on, you'll have free time to explore the city and grab some lunch.
15:30 is the departure time from Bath for your return journey back to London.
Hope you enjoy the trip.
答案：1~5:ABBCB 6~10：CAACA 11~15：BBACC 16~20：ABABC