1. Why are they famous?
2. Does she like karaoke?
3. What course are you taking?
4. What year are you in?
5. Where does Jason work?
Gino: Hi, Polly. Our club needs to create an image to put on our T-shirts.
Gino: A sharp and interesting image. The world is becoming more and more up to eyes.
Polly: What's the name of your club?
Gino: 2 We want to encourage people to protect our earth.
Polly: Look at this one. It is very creative.
Polly: I think it may be the last drop of water on earth. What do you think?
Polly: I agree. What do you think of the background color of this picture?
Gino: The pure black is too dark. 5
Polly: Green is a color of life. Green is better.
Gino: Good idea. Thank you.
Ken: In fact, he hasn't been feeling too well.
Joe: 2 What's the matter?
Joe: Tell him 4
Ken: I'll tell him. 5
Steve: Good evening, 1
Receptionist: OK, I've found it. 2
Steve: That's right.
Steve: Yes, sure. And 4
Receptionist: Certainly sir. 5 Your room is on the 8th floor, Room 812. Please make sure you check out no later than 12 noon.
Camille: 1 This is Camille.
Dolores: Sorry, he's not available at the moment. 2
Camille: It's not very urgent. Would you arrange an appointment for me?
Dolores: Okay. 3 Which day would you like?
Camille: I'm not available on Thursday. 4
Dolores: The appointment is set. 5
Camille: Thank you.
Mary: There is something wrong with my right hand.
Mary: It aches most of the time.
Paula: What do you think it is?
Mary: I don't know. I think it's old age.
Paula: If it's old age, 2
Mary: That's a good question. I never thought about it.
Paula: Are you right-handed?
Mary: Yes. 3
Paula: You're wearing out your right hand. 4
Mary: But I do all my writing with my right hand. I am a writer, so I can't stop writing. Do you have some suggestions?
Paula: Start typing instead. 5
Mary: Great idea. Thank you.
1. What sports do you like best?
2. How did you get to Shanghai?
3. Is she your mother's sister?
4. Is anything on sale today?
5. I believe that it will rain today.
Jean: Hi! 1
Peter: Yes, I have.
Peter: I bought it only yesterday. 3
Jean: It's nice except for the colour. I prefer red to white.
Peter: But I like white better.
Jean: By the way, 4 It must be very expensive.
Peter: Not very much. It's about two thousand yuan.
Jean: Really? 5
Peter: It's made in Chongqing.
Jean: I want to have a red one.
John: Excuse me. 1
Passer-by: 2 It's right there.
Passer-by: No. 4
John: Thank you very much.
Passer-by: Sure. 5
1. When do you play basketball?
2. Do you know the way to the training center.
3. What's the special of the restaurant today?
4. How long have you played the piano?
5. How about shopping malls or cinemas?
Oscar: Do you know what's the date today?
Oscar: It's more than just a date.
Jesse: Is it your birthday?
Jesse: What is Earth Day?
Jesse: Oh, I see. It means reusing things and recycling.
Oscar: Yes. We need to think about something, such as saving water and stopping using plastic bags. 4
Jesse: I can take shorter showers to save water.
Oscar: That's a good idea. 5
Jesse: From now on, I'll spend only 15 minutes in a shower.
1. I'm Joe, a new intern. It's my first day here.
2. What if I get sick?
3. Do you have a reservation?
4. I'm afraid I have to make a complaint.
5. I'd like to make an appointment with you.
Jane: Hi. I'm Jane Black. 1
Robert: Nice to meet you. 2
Jane: 3 I've heard a great deal about you.
Robert: Welcome to our company.
Jane: Thank you very much. 4
Robert: We work from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. every day and have an hour for lunch break.
Jane: Got it.
Robert: Here is your desk and your computer. You can give it a try.
Jane: Thank you so much. 5
Robert: You're welcome.
1. Do you know the way to the cinema?
2. What's the matter with you?
3. Can you play games on an iPad?
4. I'd like to invite you to my party.
5. It is too bright for him, isn't it?
1. Have you ever been to Sanya?
2. How long have you known each other?
3. Can I help you?
4. What's the price of them?
5. How about this tie?
Tess: Hello, Tom. You are late today. What's wrong?
Tess: Really? 2
Tom: No, I'm fine. Fortunately, I wore a helmet so that my head was protected.
Tess: 3 I often forget to wear a helmet when I ride a motorbike.
Tess: I will remember to wear a helmet.
Shirley: It's just down that road … I think.
Jimmy: Look! There's a policeman! 2
Shirley: All right. 3 Can you tell us the way to the Station?
Policeman: Yes. Walk down this road, and take the first turning on the left.
Policeman: About fifteen minutes, if you walk quickly.
Policeman: You're welcome.
Ellie: Jessie, you look upset. 1
Jessie: I am the leader of our project. But our team can't collaborate very well. Everyone has their own opinion. 2
Ellie: Teamwork is very important in the workplace. 3
Jessie: I always have a meeting once a week and let everyone share their ideas about the project.
Ellie: That's good. What's the problem?
Jessie: 4 What can I do?
Ellie: You'd better set goals for your team and make every member focus on the same goal.
Jessie: OK. 5
Ellie: Encourage team members to do what they are best at. And build trust among them.
Jessie: I entirely agree with you. Thank you.
1. What will you do after school?
2. What do we have for lunch?
3. What do you do in your spare time?
4. How often do you go cycling?
5. What do you use it for?
1. What's matter with you?
2. What's that called?
3. Can you play games on it?
4. Do you get along well?
5. Do you have any discount today?