Section A Dialogue Completion Direction: In this section, you will read 5 short incomplete dialogues between two speakers, each followed by 4 choices marked A, B, C, and D. Choose the answer that best suits the situation to complete the dialogue by marking the corresponding letter with a single bar across the square brackets on your machine-scoring ANSWER SHEET.
1. A: Sunshine Motel. May I help you?
A. All right. My name is David Jones and my room number is 103.
B. Yes. We need a double room for this weekend.
C. Thank you. I’d like to make a long distance call to New Zealand.
D. Sorry. I don’t think you can help us. Thank you anyway.
2. A: May I see your driving license and vehicle registration card, please?
A. OK. But I was driving at 60 miles per hour.
B. Sorry, please don’t write me a ticket.
C. Sure. Did I do anything wrong?
D. Yes. But I don’t think I’m a bad driver.
3. A: Could you please make up this prescription for me?
A. No. You need to see a doctor first.
B. Yes. You can buy the medicine from the drugstore at the corner.
C. Well. It is prescribed clearly in that book.
D. Certainly. I’ll do it for you right away.
4. A: Do you know that the hot dog did not originate in the United States, but in Germany?
A. Yes. They even have something similar to it in Finland. It is made out of reindeer meat.
B. Yes. The hot dog in United States was originally transferred from Germany.
C. Yes. The hot dog in Germany was the original one.
D. Yes. People in Germany don’t quite like hot dogs as people in United States.
5. A: How was the job interview? I think you make a good journalist.
A. Well. My application was turned down. They were looking for people with experience.
B. Well. I gave it up as I was a journalist.
C. Well. The interview is OK, but I want to be a journalist.
D. Well. The people interviewed were not very cooperative.
Section B Directions: In this section, you will read 5 short conversations between a man and a woman. At the end of each conversation there is a question followed by four choices marked A, B, C, and D. Choose the best answer to the question from the 4 choices given by marking the corresponding letter with a single bar across the square brackets on your machine-scoring ANSWER SHEET.
6. M: That was such an interesting movie. I believe you enjoyed it as much as I did.
W: Well I dozed off after the first ten minutes.
Q: How did the woman in the conversation feel about the movie?
A. She found it interesting.
B. She found it boring.
C. She found it informative.
D. She found it enjoyable.
7. W: During the last thunderstorm, I notice several leaks in my living room.
M: Maybe you have some broken tiles. I have the number of a good roofing company.
Q: What can we conclude from this conversation?
A. The woman is afraid of thunderstorms.
B. The man works for a roofing company.
C. The roof of the house needs repairing.
D. The man’s roof is leaking.
8. M: You have bought another book on America history.
W: Yes. This book has some details I need.
Q: What does the man mean?
A. He lent her the book.
B. He would borrow the book from her.
C. He needs the information in this book.
D. This book doesn’t have enough information.
9. M: Do you want to see if I can get tickets to the football game next week?
W: I’m not sure, but you can try anyway.
Q: What does the woman tell us?
A. She already has tickets for both of them.
B. She is trying to fool him.
C. She thinks it’s going to be hard to get the tickets.
D. She doesn’t want to get the tickets.
10. W: Are you going to the group meeting tonight?
M: Sorry. I have another appointment tonight.
Q: What can we learn from the man?
A. He can go to the group meeting tonight.
B. He doesn’t like the appointment with her.
C. He remembered he had to go to the group meeting.
D. He has to go somewhere else.