注：take sth. up 提起，谈及
7. W: You know, the Browns have invested all their money in stocks.
M: They may think that's a wise move. But that's the last thing I'd do.
Q: What's the man's opinion about the Browns' investment?
注：the last thing 表极端的厌恶，选项中找否定。
A) He is often asked to go and see exhibits.
B) He would like to go and see the exhibit.
C) He went to see the exhibit last year.
D) He definitely does not want to go.
W: Would you like to go and see the new exhibit with us?
M: That's the last thing in the world I ever want to do.
Q: What does the man mean?
8. M: What is Mr. Peterson going to do with his old house on London Road, rent it or sell it?
M: I heard he's thinking of turning it into a restaurant, which isn't a bad idea because it's still a solid building.
Q: What will Mr. Peterson do with his old house?
9. M: How do you like Professor Bockman's course on the History of Philosophy? He is a distinguished scholar on that subject.
M: He is a great teacher, but I'm having a hard time with the reading list. I feel I can't ever finish it.
Q: What problem does the woman have with the course?
10. W: Robert wants to know if he can go with us to the party.
M: That's odd. This morning he said he wanted to go by himself.
Q: What do we learn about Robert?