听力原文：SARAH: John, I've just had some good news. Susan has had her baby.
JOHN: Do you know when she had it?
SARAH: Yesterday. The tenth of August. 【Example】
JOHN: Oh, my father was born on August the tenth. Give me the details and I'll make a
note for everyone at work.
JOHN: Well, was it a boy or a girl?
SARAH: It's a boy.
JOHN: And what are they going to call him?
SARAH: Tom. Tom Lightfoot. It sounds quite good, don't you think?
JOHN: Yes, that has quite a good ring to it.
SARAH: YOU know he's quite a big baby. He weighed four and a quarter kilos when he 【Q1】
JOHN: That does sound big, four and a quarter kilos.
SARAH: And he's long too, forty-six centimetres. 【Q2】
JOHN: Mmmm. Tall parents. He'll grow up to be over two metres, I'd say.
SARAH: With masses of black hair, curly black hair. You know, we should go and visit
them in hospital. What about tomorrow afternoon at around l pm?
JOHN: Yes, OK.
SARAH: Where should we meet?... Ah, I could come and pick you up at your house, if
JOHN: Yes, that would be wonderful. My car is still off the road.
SARAH: Just refresh my memory. What's the address again?
JOHN: It's 15 Chesterfield Road, Paddington.
SARAH: It's next to the library, isn't it?
JOHN: Not exactly. It's next to a bank. The State Bank actually. The library is 【Q3/Q4】
opposite us, on the comer.
SARAH: That's right, and there's a garage on the other street corner. I remember now. 【Q5】
JOHN: So, you'll pick me up at a quarter to one and we'll be there at one easily.
SARAH: Now what should we take? We must take them something.
JOHN: I always think flowers are good to take to someone in hospital, don't you?
SARAH: Well, not really. Everyone always brings flowers and they don't last. I think it's
much better to take a pot plant, so she can take it home with her.
JOHN: Yes, but then she has to remember to water it. What about a big box of
SARAH: OK, chocolates sound fine. We should get something for the baby too. What do 【Q6】
JOHN: Yes, you're right. What do you think of something like baby shampoo or talcum
SARAH: Or we could get a little hat, or something like that.
JOHN: We don't know the size, or the right colour, do we?
SARAH: I think we should get something they wouldn't normally buy. What about a soft
toy of some sort?
JOHN: Yes, a soft toy. 【Q7】
SARAH: What about a teddy bear?
JOHN; I could get one early tomorrow at the market and I could probably get the 【Q8/Q9】
chocolates there too.
JOHN; So you'll pick me up at a quarter to one at my place and I'll make sure that I've
got the presents.
SARAH: You must remember how much you paid for the gifts, so I can pay you back for
half If they're going to be from both of us, I would like to go shares.
JOHN: OK. I'd say the chocolates would be about $15 for something nice and not too
small and the toy would be around $35 or so, I'd think. 【Q10】
SARAH: Good, that'll be fine. About $25 each then. Good, I'll pick you up then on
Sunday at twelve forty-five.
SARAH: See you then. Bye.
SECTION 1 Questions 1-10
Questions 1 and 2
Complete the form. opposite.
Write NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS AND/OR A NUMBER for each answer.
First name: Tom