ЕГЭ: Задание 48 на диалог и утверждения

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A) Katie is certain that her brother’s choice for the summer vacation is the best.
B) Katie worries that she might never change.
C) James believes Katie’s thinking is correct.
D) James suggests that they should take opportunities while they can.
E) James believes that all people are born to be alike.
F) Katie decides to go on the Mediterranean holiday.
G) Being a volunteer is of no interest to James.

A) Katie is certain that her brother’s choice for the summer vacation is the best. FALSE
B) Katie worries that she might never change. TRUE
C) James believes Katie’s thinking is correct. FALSE
D) James suggests that they should take opportunities while they can. TRUE
E) James believes that all people are born to be alike. NOT STATED
F) Katie decides to go on the Mediterranean holiday. TRUE
G) Being a volunteer is of no interest to James. NOT STATED

Katie: Paul’s going to be working as a volunteer this summer. For some reason this news has unsettled me a bit.
James: Why is he doing it?
Katie: He just wants to. I guess he gets a kick from helping people.
James: So why does it bother you?
Katie: I suppose it’s because I have been thinking that my brother is going to do something much better with his life than I ever will. The decisions we make now, I mean, aren’t they the same kind of decisions we’ll make throughout our lives? If I am self indulgent now — won’t I always be?
James: Katie — that’s a bit heavy. And your thinking is upside down.
Katie: Or inside out?
James: I don’t know what you mean Kate — but think about this. You’re young. You don’t have kids or to pay for a house. You’ll possibly never know again the freedom you have now. Or if you do — then это слово удалить you’ll be old. This is your time now. Paul’s doing what he wants. So should you.
Katie: But don’t you think we should live our lives to try and make a difference?
James: We all make a difference in small ways. The jobs we do, the money we spend, the decisions we influence. It’s small stuff but we are small amongst almost 7 billion people who live here. And maybe one day you’ll have children who will also have children and they’ll all touch the world in small ways.
Katie: Now who is getting weird?
James: Katie — all I am saying is not everyone is going to be Mother Theresa and thank God for that say I.
Katie: And your conclusion Mr Philosopher, sir?
James: My conclusion is that you and I going to the Mediterranean Sea, to sunshine, to cool bars, to nights of dancing. And we will never forget and we will never regret.
Katie: Agreed! And I suppose I could volunteer one night a week next term — like Paul did.
James: Way to go Mother Katie!