W: I'm hungry. What time does the breakfast service begin?
M: It starts at 7 o'clock. Let me nap for another ten minutes.
W: It's already six forty-five. I want to be there on time when the cafeteria opens.
M: Relax. We are only around the corner from the cafeteria. There's no need to rush.
Question: Look at the directory. On which floor is the speakers' room?
If you've never taken a class here before, complete this registration form first. You'll also need to present your ID, provide two photos, and pay $100 so that the staff can create a student card for you. But if you've been a student here before, the photos and registration fee are not necessary. Just inform the office staff when you submit your registration.
Question: What should a returning student do to register?
(A) Provide two photos.
(B) Fill out a form.
(C) Show an ID card.
(D) Pay the registration fee.
COVID-19 has changed everything. Air travel is one of the industries hardest hit by the COVID-19 pandemic. As airlines update their safety __1.__, new technologies have been proposed to ensure the safety of passengers and airline staff. The most __2.__ change will be a shift to touchless travel. This is because exchanging travel documents and touching surfaces through check-in, security, and immigration pose a significant risk of __3.__ for both travelers and staff. In the near future, touchless technologies that include contactless fingerprint and facial recognition will become the main method for checking a traveler's __5.__. Moreover, technologies for touchless data-entry such as gesture control and voice commands are being tested. __5.__, future air travel will be efficient and safe.
(A)By next year
(B)Due to COVID-19
(C)Despite these efforts
(D)With these technologies
$1,500 pre month
Utilities, cable, Internet included
Downtown location on Oak Street
Two large bedrooms,two bathrooms,living room,kitchen
Not pets allowed
Call Ms. Green at 230-548-3690 to schedule a viewing of the apartment.
Subject: An apartment
I think I have found an apartment you will like. It is on the same street as your office, so you can just walk to work instead of taking public transportation. I know it's more expensive than your current apartment, but if we share the rent equally,then I think it's a pretty good deal,especially when you factor in the time and money you can save on your commute.And each of us will have our own bathroom. That's quite nice, isn't it ? I'm going to make an appointment to see the apartment on Saturday. Do you want to go together?
1.What can be inferred about Sarah's current apartment?
(A) It has only one bathroom.
(B) It is far from the city center.
(C) Cats and dogs are welcome.
(D) There is a lot of living space.
2.What is indicated about Sarah?
(A) Her office is on Oak Street.
(B) She takes a shower in the morning.
(C) Her current apartment is expensive.
(D) She has known Beatrice for a long time.
3. If Sarah agrees to Beatrice's idea, how much will she spend on rent each month?
a. If you suspect (= you think there is) a gas leak, don't start the engine.
b. You can complain, but I doubt (= I don't think) if it will make any difference.