English listening for Japanese high school students: the Common Test for University Admissions in 2014 DAY 1
For questions 7-13, listen to the dialogue on each question, and choose one of the four options (1. to 4.) as the most appropriate response to the last statement.
1. I brought the wrong book.
2. I can’t solve the problem.
3. I don’t see it on the page.
4. I stopped reading it.
M: Charlene, please read page 24 in the textbook.
W: Uh…sorry, I can’t.
M: What’s the problem now?
1. Oh no, I didn’t email that.
2. Oh no, I didn’t receive it.
3. Oh no, I don’t need to send it.
4. Oh no, I don’t want that.
W: Have you finished filling out the form on the website?
M: Yes. I did all that. See?
W: Wait. Checking this box means you want to receive their email magazine.
1. How long does it take?
2. I’ll be right back.
3. I’ll wait here too.
4. Would you like to pay now?
M: Hey, I’m going to get a hamburger. How about you?
W: Sounds good. Oh, I need to get my bag first.
M: OK. I’ll wait for you here.
1. Don’t book it.
2. I don’t have it.
3. I’ll borrow one.
4. No problem.
W: What book are you reading?
M: It’s the first book in the Harry Potter series.
W: Oh, I haven’t read it yet. Can I borrow it when you’re finished?
1. No, it was at the party.
2. No, it was Danny.
3. Yeah, that’s him!
4. Yeah, that’s them!
W: How was the party last night?
M: It was fun. Some guy asked me to say hi to you. Um… he had long blond hair and…
W: Do you mean Danny?
1. I forgot too.
2. I reported it to you.
3. I’ll get it for you.
4. I’ll miss it.
M: OK. I’m off to school, Mom. See you later.
W: Hey, Pat! Do you have your report to hand in?
M: Oh, that’s right. Thanks, I forgot. It’s on my desk.
1. Well, I’ll vote for you.
2. Well, the captain chose the members.
3. Well, you probably don’t play tennis.
4. Well, your teammates think you can.
M: Guess what? The tennis club chose me to be captain.
W: That’s great! You must be happy.
M: Yeah, but I don’t know if I can do a good job.