A． Plan his budget carefully
B． Give her more information.
C． Ask someone else for advice.
D． Buy a gift for his girlfriend.
A． She’ll have some chocolate cake.
B． She’ll take a look at the menu.
C． She’ll go without dessert.
D． She’ll prepare the dinner.
A． The man can speak a foreign language.
B． The woman hopes to improve her English.
C． The woman knows many different languages.
D． The man wishes to visit many more countries.
A． Go to the library.
B． Meet the woman.
C． See Professor Smith.
D． Have a drink in the bar.
A． She isn’t sure when Professor Bloom will be back
B． The man shouldn’t be late for his class.
C． The man can come back sometime later.
D． She can pass on the message for the man.
A． He has a strange personality.
B． He’s got emotional problems.
C． His illness is beyond cure.
D． His behavior is hard to explain.
A． The tickets are more expensive than expected.
B． The tickets are sold in advance at half price.
C． It’s difficult to buy the tickets on the spot.
D． It’s better to the tickets beforehand.
A． He turned suddenly and ran into a tree.
B． He was hit by a fallen box from a truck.
C． He drove too fast and crashed into a truck.
D． He was trying to overtake the truck ahead of him
A． To go boating on the St. Lawrence River
B． To go sightseeing in Quebec Province
C． To call on a friend in Quebec City
D． To attend a wedding in Montreal
A． Study the map of Quebec Province
B． Find more about Quebec Province
C． Brush up on her French
D． Learn more about the local customs
A． It’s most beautiful in summer
B． It has many historical buildings.
C． It was greatly expanded in the 18th century.
D． It’s the only French-speaking city in Canada.
A． It was about a little animal.
B． It took her six years to write.
C． It was adapted from a fairy tale.
D． It was about a little girl and her pet.
A． She knows how to write best-selling novels.
B． She can earn a lot of money by writing for adults.
C． She is able to win enough support from publishers.
D． She can make a living by doing what she likes.
A． The characters.
B． Her ideas.
C． The readers.
D． Her life experiences.
A． She doesn’t really know where they originated
B． She mainly drew on stories of ancient saints.
C． They popped out of her childhood dreams.
D． They grew out of her long hours of thinking.
A． Monitor students’ sleep patterns.
B． Help students concentrate in class.
C． Record students’ weekly performance.
D． Ask students to complete a sleep report.
A． Declining health.
B． Lack of attention.
C． Loss of motivation.
D． Improper behavior
A． They should make sure their children are always punctual for school.
B． They should ensure their children grow up in a healthy environment.
C． They should help their children accomplish high-quality work.
D． They should see to it that their children have adequate sleep.