场景：打电话要求家庭打扫服务House cleaning service
Example:name Barbara hill
2.Room types:two double room
3.The other room was used as a(an) office
4.Downstairs:kitchen,conservatory and lounge
5.which of these extra services does the agent agree to do
A.change the bed linen
B.do some gardening work
C.clean the window glass
6.what does the customer want to clean every three months?
7.What does the customer want to be done with the clothe?
A.washed and ironed them
C.cleaned and ironed them
for client’s information
Clean service date available:Thursday
The longest working booking of:3 hours/each time
场景：野炊用具租赁和购买Rent and buy barbecue tools
7-10）the second part is gap filling
7.the man bought a gas tank of 15 kilograms size
8.charcoal is produced from specially managed forests
9.the company is interested in helping traditional industry
10.incorrect or damaged goods can be returned or refunded
What are you laughing at？
A We like to think that laughing is the height of human sophistication. Our big brains let us see the humour in a strategically positioned pun, an unexpected plot twist or a clever piece of word play. But while joking and wit are uniquely human inventions, laughter certainly is not. Other creatures, including chimpanzees, gorillas and even rats, chuckle. Obviously, they don’t crack up at Homer Simpson or titter at the boss's dreadful jokes, but the fact that they laugh in the first place suggests that sniggers and chortles have been around for a lot longer than we have. It points the way to the origins of laughter, suggesting a much more practical purpose than you might think.
B There is no doubt that laughing typical involves groups of people. "Laughter evolved as a signal to others - it almost disappears when we are alone," says Robert Provine, a neuroscientist at the University of Maryland. Provine found that most laughter comes as a polite reaction to everyone remarks such as *866 you later1, rather than anything particularly funny. And the way we laugh depends on the company we're keeping. Men tend to laugh longer and harder when they are with other men, perhaps as a way of bonding. Women tend to laugh more and at a higher pitch when men are present, possibly indicating flirtation or even submission.
C To find the origins of laughter, Provine believes we need to look at play. He points out that the masters of laughing are children, and nowhere is their talent more obvious than in the boisterous antics, and the original context is play,' he say. Well-known primate watchers, including Dian Fossey and Jane Goodall, have long argued that chimps laugh while at play. The sound they produce is known as a pant laugh. It seems obvious when you watch their behavior - they even have the same ticklish spots as we do. But remove the context, and the parallel between human laughter and a chimp's characteristics pant laugh is not so clear. When Provine played a tape of the pant laughs to 119 of his students, for example, only two guessed correctly what it was.
D These findings underline how chimp and human laughter vary. When we laugh the sound is usually produced by chopping up a single exhalation into a series of shorter with one sound produced on each inward and outward breath. The question is: does this pant laughter have the same source as our own laughter? New research lends weight to the idea that it does. The findings come from Elke Zimmerman, head of the Institute for Zoology in Germany, who compared the sounds made by babies and chimpanzees in response to tickling during the first year of their life. Using sound spectrographs to reveal the pitch and intensity of vocalizations, she discovered that chimp and human baby laughter follow broadly the same pattern. Zimmerman believes the closeness of baby laughter to chimp laughter supports the idea that laughter was around long before humans arrived on the scene. What started simply as a modification of breathing associated with enjoyable and playful interactions has acquired a symbolic meaning as an indicator of pleasure.
Look at the following research findings (questions 1-6) and the list of people below.
Match each rinding with the correct person. A, B. C or D.
Write the correct letter, A, B, C or D, in boxes 1-6 any our answer sheet.
NB You may use any letter more than once.
Babies and chimps produce similar sounds of laughter.
Primates are not the only animals who produce laughter Pan
Laughter also suggests that we feel safe and easy with others.
Laughter is a response to polite situation instead of humour.
Animal laughter evolved before human laughter
Laughter is a social activity.