Part One: Read aloud the following passage. You will have one minute to prepare and thirty seconds to read.
To make an Olympic champion takes millions of young people around the world to be inspired to choose Olympic sport.
I’m delighted we have with us today representatives of the next generation. We’re serious about inspiring young people. And thanks to London’s multi-cultural mix of 200 nations, they also represent the youth of the world. Their families have com from every continent. They practice every religion and every faith. What unites them in London, their love of sport and their heartfelt dream of bringing the Olympic Games to our city.
Part Two: Make quick responses to the sentences you hear:
1. Thank you so much for your timely help.
2. What you said yesterday really hurt me.
3. Would you mind not talking so loudly in class?
4. What do you like reading in your spare time?
5. I failed the final examination and was scolded by my parents.
Part Three: Ask two questions about each situation given below. At least one special question should be asked about each situation:
(1-2) Your friend Li Ming has just come back from the English summer Camp in Canada. Ask him two questions about it.
(3-4) It is your mother’s birthday tomorrow and you have no idea about what to buy as a birthday gift. Ask your friend for advice.