A. They are describing a new dustbin.
B. They are discussing the protection of environment.
C. They are collecting used batteries.
D. They are looking forward to attending a lecture.
A. To make full use of the metals left.
B. To protect the forest resources from being destroyed.
C. To call for stopping using plastic meal-boxes.
D. To awaken people to the environmental problem.
A. She will attend the lecture.
B. She will draw up a program.
C. She will join the "Green Movement".
D. She is not sure what she will do.
M: Have you noticed the new dustbin downstairs, atthe entrance of the main building?
W: Yeah, of course. It looks funny, though, like abattery. What's it for? Is it really for garbage?
M: Not really. Actually it's a dustbin for usedbatteries.
W: Used batteries? What do you mean by that? Whydo we need a special dustbin for used batteries?
M: Well, you know there are still a lot of heavy metals left in used batteries, so by recycling thebatteries, we can not only make full use of the metals left, but also prevent theenvironment from being polluted.
W: Oh, I see. Can this work? Our efforts are too insignificant.
M: Even though we are not ecologists or biologists, there is still a lot we can do. TheStudent Union is sponsoring a one-month program called "Green Movement", which is aimed atmaking more and more students aware of serious environmental problems we are facing now.
W: Sounds quite exciting-"Green Movement". What, for example, can I do?
M: Well, quite a lot. For one thing, you can stop using those plastic meal-boxes anddisposable wooden chopsticks. Plastic meal-boxes do great harm to the environmentanddisposable chopsticks are a big waste of forest resources. Well, there will be a lecturetomorrow afternoon at four o'clock. You may attend if you are interested.
W: Tomorrow afternoon... let me think... yeah, I happen to be free. I will go there.
Questions 23 to 25 are based on the conversation you have just heard.
1.hat are the two speakers doing?
2.What is the purpose of the "Green Movement"?
3.hat will the woman do tomorrow afternoon?