单项选择题- What can I do for you, Madam?- 500yuan in cash to my son in Beijing University.() 

A.You’d better remit
B.I’d like to remit
C.I’d rather remit

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1一 Can you show me the schedule?-(). 

A.Don’t worry. I can help you with that
B.You won’t miss the plane
C.Sure, a tight schedule as usual

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