问题：What's the speaker doing now?
What's the speaker going to do?
What does the speaker think sb. should do?
A) Write the letter.
B) Paint the shelf.
C) Fix the shelf.
D) Look for the pen.
M: I can't find my pen. I need to write a letter.
W: I'll look for it later. Right now I need you to help fix the shelf before paint it.
Q: What would they do first?
A) To change the tennis shoes in the sportswear department.
B) To help his friend find the right department.
C) To find his lost shoes on the tennis court.
D) To buy himself a pair of tennis shoes.
M: Could you please tell me where I can find tennis shoes?
W: Yes. You can get them in the sportswear department on the right side of the store.
Q: What does the man want to do?
A) Ask Dr. Smith to alter his decision.
B) Ask Dr. Smith to call the library.
C) Get the book directly from Dr. Smith.
D) Get Dr. Smith's written permission.
M: May I take this book out? I need it work on my paper for Dr. Smith's history class.
W: I'm afraid not. The book has been put on reserve by Dr. Smith. Unless you have his written permission, we won't lend it out.
Q: What should the man do to borrow the book?
A) Try to help him find rooms in another hotel.
B) Check to see if there are any vacancies in her hotel.
C) Let him move to a room with two single beds.
D) Show him the way to Imperial Hotel.
M: I wonder whether it would be possible to change this double room to two single rooms.
W: Sorry, Sir. All the single rooms are occupied. But if you like, I can check with Imperial Hotel to see if they have any.
Q: What's the women going to do for the man?
A) Hurry to the conference.
B) Skip the conference.
C) Take the subway.
D) Take a bus.
M: If you are in a hurry, you can take the subway. But if you want to go sightseeing, you can take a bus.
W: Actually, I don't have to be at the conference before noon.
Q: What will the woman probably do?
A) Singing loudly.
B) Listening to music.
D) Talking on the phone.
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?
A) Buy some traveller's checks.
B) Borrow some money from a friend.
C) Check the brakes and tires.
D) Spend some time travelling.
M: Have you had the brakes and tires checked? And do you have enough money?
W: I've taken care of everything and I'm sure it's going to be a wonderful trip.
Q: What is the woman going to do?
A) Selecting the best candidate.
B) Choosing a campaign manager.
C) Trying to persuade the woman to vote for him.
D) Running for chairman of the student union.
M: You are my campaign manager. What do you think we should do to win the election? I'm convinced I'm the best candidate for the chairman of the student union.
W: We won't be able to win unless we get the majority votes from the women students.
Q: What is the man doing?
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