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Luyện nghe tiếng Anh 9 - A2 level - dành cho học sinh giỏi

LUYỆN NGHE TIẾNG ANH 9 HỌC SINH GIỎI A2 LEVEL

Part 1: Questions from 1 to 5. Listen to a woman talking to a policeman. From questions 1 to 5, choose A, B or C. You will listen to the conversation twice.

1. How much money was in the bag?

A. £ 20                                        B. £ 40                                   C. £ 50

2. What else was in the bag?

A. credit card                             B. driving license                 C. gloves

3. The bag was ______.

A. old                                          B. expensive                         C. big

4. What time did the woman lose the bag?

A. 9.30                                        B. 10.00                                 C. 10.30

5. The policeman will telephone her in the ______.

A. morning                                 B. afternoon                          C. evening

Part 2: Questions from 7 to 15. You will hear a telephone conversation between a hotel receptionist and a caller making a reservation. Complete the form below. Write no more than three words or a number for each answer.

Silver Tulip Hotel

Number of nights

 

Type of room: (circle one)

6.       A. Single                         B. Double - twin beds              C. Double - king-sized bed

Name:

7. Edward ……………………………………………..

Home address:

8. 23 ……………………………..Avenue, Cambridge

Postcode:

9. …………………………………..

Transport:

10. …………………………………..

Meals

11. …………………………………..

Date of arrival

12. Friday …………………………………..

The customer's mobile phone number is:

13. …………………………………...

The customer would also like to:

14. . make a …………………………………..

He leaves a message for:

15. Mr. …………………………………..


 TAPESCIPTS

Part 1.

Man:       Good morning, madam. Can I help you?

Woman:  Yes. I’ve lost my bag.

Man:       Oh, I am sorry. Now, where did you lose it?

Woman:  In the town centre. I had it when I got off the bus.

Man:       Was there much money in the bag?

Woman:  No, there wasn’t. I usually have forty or fifty pounds in it, but today I think there was only

                 about twenty.

Man:       What else was in the bag?

Woman:  Just my gloves. I left my credit card and driving license at home.

Man:       Was the bag expensive?

Woman:  No, it was an old one. It wasn’t big enough really.

Man:       Now, what time did you lose it?

Woman:  Well, I left home about nine thirty and the bus takes halt an hour, so I lost it about ten o’clock.

Man:       Right. Well, I’ll phone you tomorrow to tell you if we find it. Are you at home in the

                 afternoon?

Woman:  Sorry, I’m going out until the evening. Could you phone before ten in the morning?

Man:       Certainly. I’ll call then. Now, what’s your number?

Woman:  It’s oh three six two ...

Part 2.

Receptionist:      Silver Tulip Hotel. Good afternoon. How can I help you?

Edward:             Ah, yes. Good afternoon. I’d like to book a room for next Friday.

Receptionist:      Certainly, sir. How many nights will you be staying?

Edward:             Just one, please.

Receptionist:      And would you like a single or double room?
Edward:             A double room, please.
Receptionist:      A double room. And would you like twin beds or a king sized bed?

Edward:             A king sized bed, please.

Receptionist:      Let me see. Yes, we do have a double room available for next Friday. Would you

                            like me to book it for you?

Edward:             Yes, please.
Receptionist:      Could I have your name, please?
Edward:             Yes, it’s Edward Francis.
Receptionist:      Is that F-R-A-N-C-E-S?
Edward:             No. It’s F-R-A-N-C-I-S.
Receptionist:      F-R-A-N-C-I-S?

Edward:             Yes. That’s right.
Receptionist:      And your home address please, sir.
Edward:             Yes, it’s 23, Cypress Avenue, Cambridge
Receptionist:      Is that C-Y-P-R-U-S?
Edward:             No. C-Y-P-R-E-S-S. Like the tree.
Receptionist:      Oh, I see. And your postcode is?
Edward:             CB3 9NF.
Receptionist:      And it’s for just one night?
Edward:             Yes, that’s right.

Receptionist:      We can reserve a parking space for you. Are you coming by car?
Edward:             Actually, I'll be taking a taxi from the station.
Receptionist:      That’s fine. And one last question: would you like dinner and breakfast?
Edward:             No dinner, thank you. But I’d like breakfast.
Receptionist:      Just breakfast. So, to confirm. You’re arriving on Friday 16th April and leaving on

                            Saturday 17th. That’s one night in a double room with a king sized bed with

                            breakfast.
Edward:             That’s right. Thank you very much.

Receptionist:      And could I have your mobile number?

Edward:             Yes. It’s 0 79 76 122577, Oh no sorry, it’s been changed! It’s 07 961 121597.

Receptionist:      07961 121597. Thank you. Is there anything else I can help you with?

Edward:             Yes, I’m having dinner with a friend. Could vou recommend the best restaurant

                            near by?
Receptionist:      That would be the Winston Churchill. It’s about a mile from here.
Edward:             Perfect. Could you please make a reservation for 7 p.m. and leave a message with

                            the details for my friend When he arrives?
Receptionist:      Certainly. What is the gentleman’s name?
Edward:             Mr Alaoui. That’s A L A 0 U I.
Receptionist:      No problem. We look forward to seeing you next week.
Edward:             Thank you.

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