M: We are out, but I can order it and have it in five days.
W: The birthday party is in two days.
M: We have other works by Dickens like Oliver Twist or other classic authors like Jane Austen.
W: I'm afraid she insists on A Tale of Two Cities.
M: Then I'd visit our Woodbury store. It's no short trip, but the only option.
Câu 1: Where are they?
Câu 2: What will the woman probably do?
Câu 3: Why does the man suggest another store?
M: When we retire we can sleep in, take trips, and finally have time to finish the house repairs.
W: Retirement? Thinking about it so soon is going to make the time drag on. Besides, you'll miss working.
M: I've been working since I was sixteen! I deserve some relaxation time.
W: Come or You're always napping on the couch
Câu 4: What is NOT a reason why the man wants to retire?
Câu 5: What is the woman's opinion on retiring?
Câu 6: According to the woman:
W: I have a 3:30 appointment with Dr. Nao. I know it is early, but I was in the neighborhood running errands. Can he see me now?
M: He is booked for the hour until your appointment. You can wait in the waiting room where there are magazines and a television.
W: That's OK. I'll just go read at the nearby coffee shop.
Câu 7: What time did the woman arrive at the doctor's office?
Câu 8: Why did the woman arrive at the office at the time she did?
Câu 9: What is the woman going to do while waiting for her appointment?
M: I'm driving to the conference next week.
W: Why don't you fly?
M: The nearest airport is two hours from the center, so flying ultimately takes longer. Plus, I'd need a rental car.
W: Just be sure you record your mileage so you can be reimbursed. And watch out for bad weather!
Câu 10: Why doesn't the man fly to the conference?
Câu 11: How could the man have gotten from the airport to the conference center?
Câu 12: Why should the man keep track of his mileage?
W: Our server, Gus, said you wished to speak with me, I'm the manager.
M: Yes. We waited 45 minutes for our food to arrive and all of our orders were incorrect.
W: I am so sorry and I will talk to Gus about this. Your meal will be on the house. And I will throw in some free cheesecakes.
M: Thank you.
Câu 13: Where are they?
Câu 14: Why did the man want to speak to the manager?
Câu 15: What will the woman do after talking to the man?
M: Why should we hire you?
W: I have five years of experience doing the same job in Seattle. I am a committed employee and self-motivated.
M: Now this job would require you to work sixty hours a week. How do you feel about that?
W: That schedule is not for everyone, but I love dedicating myself wholly to something I love.
Câu 16: Who is the man in relationship to the woman?
Câu 17: Why did the man ask the woman why she should get the job?
Câu 18: How does the woman feel about working long hours?
W: George? This is Moira. I won't be coming in today. I've got a fever.
M: Are there any meetings that I should cancel for you?
W: Just one. It's with Colleen about the new curriculum changes. Tell her I'll meet as soon as I'm better.
M: And I'll tell everyone not to bother you on your cell.
Câu 19: Where is the woman?
Câu 20: What is going to happen with the curriculum change meeting?
Câu 21: What does the man promise to the woman?
M: Is Tim enjoying the University?
W: He loves it. He's majoring in Economics.
M: Wow, that is a lucrative field. Tony is a Literature Major. He loves it, but I worry that he won't make a good living. I think about discussing that with him, but my wife thinks we should let him decide his own path.
W: I agree with her 100%.
Câu 22: Who are the man and woman?
Câu 23: What is the man worried about?
Câu 24: What does the woman think?
M: How can I help you?
W: My computer just crashed. I'm looking for a laptop, but I am on a budget.
M: Will you be installing a lot of programs on the computer?
W: Oh no! I just use word processing.
M: Then let's take a look at these models over here.
Câu 25: Why does the woman want a new computer?
Câu 26: What kind of computer does the woman want?
Câu 27: Why does the man ask the woman a question?
M: I'm Tyler. I wanted to welcome you to East Publishing. How is your first day going?
W: It's a bit overwhelming, but it's not the worst first day I've ever had. Plus, everyone has been very friendly.
M: I'd be happy to treat you to lunch if you're interested. The cafeteria is surprisingly quite good. I love their lasagna!
W: Sounds great.