A) He's unwilling to fetch the laundry.
B) He has already picked up the laundry.
C) He will go before the laundry is closed.
D) He thinks his mother should get the clothes back.
A) At a shopping center.
B) At an electronics company.
C) At an international trade fair.
D) At a DVD counter in a music store.
A) The woman hated the man talking throughout the movie.
B) The woman saw a comedy instead of a horror movie.
C) The woman prefers light movies before sleep.
D) The woman regrets going to the movie.
A) He is the fight man to get the job done.
B) He is a man with professional expertise.
C) He is not easy to get along with.
D) He is not likely to get the job.
A) It is being forced out of the entertainment industry.
B) It should change its concept of operation.
C) It should revolutionize its technology.
D) It is a very good place to relax.
W: Shouldn't someone go pick up the clothes form the laundry? They were ready three hours ago.
M: Don't look at me, mom.
Q: What does the boy mean?
M: Er...Hi, could you tell me where electronic products are displayed? I want to see some TVs, digital video cameras, DVD players, that sort of thing.
W: Well. Several countries are displaying electronic products. China's selection is very large this year. You might as well go to the east wing first to take a look at a Chinese booth.
Q: Where is the conversation most probably taking place?
M: Well, what did you think of the movie?
W: I don't know why I let you talk me into going. I just don't like violence. Next time you'd better choose a comedy.
Q: What can we infer from the conversation?
W: Who do you think should get the job? How about Mr. Becket?
M: Mr. Becket? I'm not sure. He is a nice fellow, of course, and easy to get along with. But I doubt his professional expertise. I want someone who can get the job done.
Q: What do we learn from the conversation about Mr. Becket?
M: Do you think home videoplayers will replace movie theatres and force them out of the entertainment business?
W: We're certainly faced with the grave challenge from the DVD industry. That's why I think we have to revolutionize our concept of movie showing. As I see it, the movie theatre should not just be a place to watch a film, but a place to meet people.
Q: What does the woman think of the movie theatre?