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Text 1
M: Shall we hurry up? The bullet train leaves at 10:30. And now it’s 10 by your watch.
W: No hurry. My watch is 10 minutes fast.
Text 2
M: Many schoolchildren in Switzerland take after-school tennis lessons. Is that true?
W: Perfectly true. Last time I was in Switzerland, I even took one with them.
Text 3
M: What do you think of Elizabeth?
W: She is very kind, and always thinking of others, trying to offer help.
Text 4
M: Sophie, my aunt is coming for a conference in our city. But I’m on duty at the library all day. Could you pick her up at the airport?
W: Sure, with pleasure.
Text 5
M: Hi, Lily. Where are you going?
W: Hi, Ben. I’m getting ready to go for my driving test.
M: Good luck! I’m sure you’ll do well.
W: Thanks.
Text 6
M: How do you find life in China, Jenny?
W: Although at first there were a few things that were strange to me, now I love it.
M: What do you usually have for breakfast then?
W: I usually eat Chinese pancakes in the small restaurant near my home.
M: They must be very different!
W: Yeah, in America we usually put sweet things on pancakes, but the ones in China aren’t sweet and have eggs, meat or vegetables inside.
Text 7
W: You’re looking really red, John. Are you OK?
M: Yeah, I’m fine. It’s just that I’m a bit sunburnt.
W: Why? What did you do?
M: Well, I went for a picnic with my wife and children on the weekend and just stayed in the sun for too long.
W: You should be more careful in the future!
M: That’s true. I’ve always become sunburnt very easily, ever since I was a child.
Text 8
W: Hello, Dan. I was sorry to hear that you had an accident last week. How did it happen?
M: Well, I was riding on my bicycle along the street when a taxi driver suddenly made a sharp turn in front of me. I could not stop my bicycle in time and I was knocked down.
W: Were you seriously hurt?
M: No, I only got a broken arm and a broken leg. The doctor said that I would have to stay in hospital for at least a week.  
W: Do your arm and leg hurt now?
M: Yes, my leg hurts badly, but I can bear the pain. The only thing that I’m worried about is my classes. You know, our teacher said next week we would have our midterm exam. 
W: Well, don’t worry about the exam. I can help you.
M: Thank you, but I don’t really want to stay here that long. Anyway, thank you for coming to see me.
Text 9
M: Welcome to Sunny View Hotel. What’s your name, please?
W: It’s George.
M: George? That’s a strange name for a girl.
W: I like the fact that my name is ambiguous(模糊不清的).
M: But why do you want your name to be ambiguous?
W: Because if people just see my name written down, they don’t know whether I’m male or female.
M: What would be the advantages of that?
W: Well, then people can’t judge me. For example, when I’m applying for a job the boss won’t look at me differently.
M: Do you find that women are still treated differently compared to men?
W: Yes, even today I find that life for women is more difficult than life for men. As a scholar, I find that other scholars often don’t respect me as a woman.
M: I can never experience the problems you face as I am a man.
W: But it’s good that you are trying to understand the problem. Most men just don’t care.
M: Well, all I can do is try to not judge people based on their sex!
Text 10
Although many people from countries outside Britain may not have heard of it, within the UK the fifth of November is quite an important festival. The origin of the festival can be traced back to 1605, when a man called Guy Fawkes and a group of other men tried to use gunpowder to destroy the most important government building in Britain, the Houses of Parliament. Inside the building were many of Britain’s rulers at the time. These men were all Catholics and disliked Britain’s King and rulers. However, Guy Fawkes and the group of other men were all caught and put in prison, before being charged with breaking the law and being killed. The Houses of Parliament was undamaged and this day has become one of the most important days in the history of Britain.
Today, the link between the celebrations and history of the day can still be seen. Many people use fires and fireworks to symbolize the explosion. Children often make models of a man. These models are called "guys", and are supposed to symbolize Guy Fawkes. They are put on large fires while people watch and eat specially made food.
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