W: What’s your favorite fruit.
W: What does your father do, Peter?
M: He’s a driver
M: Do you like reading story books? Kate?
W: Yes, I do, I enjoy reading funny stories.
M: What are you going to do this afternoon, Linda?
W: I’m going to listen to music.
W: Can I help you, sir?
M: Yes, I’d like a T-shirt.
M: Jenny, what time are you leaving for the airport?
W: At 3:30 in the afternoon.
M: Which subject are you interested in, Lily?
W: Well, I like Chinese very much. What about you?
M: I like math.
W: Mike, what would you like? Coke, juice or water?
M: Just water, please.
W: Excuse me; do you know how to get to Beijing Hotel?
M: Certainly. You have several choices. You can get a taxi.
W: How much dose the taxi cost?
M: About 20 Yuan.
W: 20 Yuan?
M: You can also take a bus. It cost only 1 Yuan. But it’s slower, of course. The bus stop is over there, in front of the parking lot.
W: That sounds much cheaper. I’m not in a hurry. Which bus should I take?
M: The No.1 bus will take you right there.
W: Thank you.
M: Do you have any hobbies, Alice?
W: I have a lot of CDs. I hat’s a kind of hobby, I guess, collecting them.
M: Oh! How many do you have?
W: About 200. Nearly half of them are pop songs.
M: They must cost you a lot.
W: Well, not really. Actually I got most of them for presents. I mean I don't often go out and buy them.
W: I usually get them for my birthday or when people go, you know, on trips or something. They always bring me back CDs.
M: That’s nice!
W: You surely have a big circle of friends, Jim. Where did you meet them all?
M: Oh, you know, Lisa, different places. Like, for example, Holly. You know her, right?
W: Yeah, sure. You like to talk with her.
M: Right. Well, Holly’s someone I ??? with, so I’ve known her for years.
W: Yeah, but when we walk around the school together, you seem to know everybody. They can’t all be friends from your childhood.
M: No, of course not. I’ve met a lot of people in my classes. At the beginning of the term, I joined a couple of clubs. So I’ve been meeting a lot of people that way.
W: Well, I ??? you. But you know, it must be something special about you. I go to my classes and the gym and all that, but I don’t seem to meet a lot of people. I think you’re just a lot more popular than I am.
M: Maybe. But I know you like people. Umm… You know what? My classmates and I are having a big party next week. Why don’t you come and talk and meet new people?
W: Hmm… That’s really nice of you, Jim. But I get kind of nervous at big parties.
M: Good morning, everyone. I’m Zhang Wei from Happy Community. I’m happy to be here to talk about young volunteers. Here are some suggestions for you. You need to think about your interests first. What kind of things you get excited about. Do you love to teach kids, work outdoors, or help people in need? Your interests may help you do volunteer activities better. Then consider your skills. Are you good at something like sports or computers? Most volunteer groups are looking for people with skills and abilities. Try to be active in thinking. With all the choices, you may find a volunteer chance that has never happened to you. Your effort can lead to something surprising. Do research. You’ll be surprised at the numbers volunteer groups are there. And you can start by asking family and friends about the ones they know. Or do some research on the internet. Then, follow up by calling or writing to the groups directly. Oh, here are two more suggestions for you. Don’t be angry if you don’t get the job you want right away. Your first volunteer job may be less than perfect, but it can still be a good learning experience. Don’t try to do more work than you can. If you can’t manage the work you volunteer to do. It can be difficult for your group, and make you feel uncomfortable. If you want to get more information about young volunteers, you can visit our website: www.you n gvolunt ee rs.com. www.rr365.com Thank you for listening, good luck.
W: Hello, lost and found asks, Hill Restaurant. May I help you?
M: Hi, my name’s Tim Clark; I’m calling about my bag. I had lunch at your restaurant today, and I think I left it there.
W: What color is it, sir?
M: it’s blue. I really hope you have it.
W: Do you have anything important in it?
M: No, there’s nothing in it. I bought before lunch. It’s a gift for my sister’s birthday.
W: Hmm. Can you hold on a second? I’m looking in our lost and found box now. And, your bag is here!
M: Thank goodness! I’ll come in and get it at 6 o’clock. Is that OK?
W: Sure, sir. Your name again, please?
M: Tim Clark.
W: T-I-M Tim; C-L-A-R-K Clark.
M: That’s it. I’ll be there at 6. Thanks.
W: You’re welcome.