（A）They enjoy taking photographs of nature.
（B）They like to visit museums worldwide.
（C）They wish to see the sculpture "David" one day.
（D）They have been to the Louvre Museum.
【听力原文】W: I often go to photography exhibitions at the local museum. Sometimes the pictures are of nature—you know—wild animals or sunsets...that kind of thing. M: Yes, I like to hang out at the museum as well. I' m also a big fan of sculpture. Last time I was inItaly I made a special trip to go see Michelangelo' s "David". It' s really a very impressive work of art. W: Wow! I' d love to see that! I was in Paris two years ago and I spent half my time there walking around the Louvre Museum. It was amazing. Q: What do the speakers have in common ?
（A）They donate part of the money.
（B）They set up a charity in memory of their grand uncle.
（C）They pay the tax as soon as they get the money.
（D）They find the best way to invest the money.
【听力原文】M: My wife' s grand uncle passed away last month and we unexpectedly got a call from a lawyer telling us he left us something close to $20,000 in his will. W: Well, that' s indeed a pleasant surprise. I think you and your wife now should think about investing. But the problem is that there' re so many options. Some offer stability but the money grows very slowly. Other options are more risky, but have more earning potential. Q: What is the woman' s suggestion to the couple ?
（A）Look for a new job.
（B）Lessen his anxiety about flying.
（C）Take a ……此处隐藏59317个字……sidents in metropolises, people in most parts of the country still communicate in dialect in their daily life. In addition, dialects are the carrier of family affection in a region, just as the poetry says "I left home when a mere stripling, and returned in old age. While my native accents still remained, my ear-lock had grown thin". Most importantly, dialects are considered as an integral part of the local culture. In order to maintain the diversity and prosperity of Chinese culture, it is necessary to protect the dialects. To sum up, promoting mandarin and protecting dialects are not contradictory, from my opinion, which is of great significance to the development of society and the protection of traditional culture.