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A) Alice is going shopping for carbonated water.
B) The choice of shopping is limited by Alice’s decision to cycle.
C) They need more soap and toothpaste.
D) Alice is inexperienced in making electrical repairs.
E) The only way to travel at that time was by bicycle.
F) Dad believes even slow moving traffic is dangerous.
G) Alice’s brother Michael also rides a bike.
A) Alice is going shopping for carbonated water. FALSE
B) The choice of shopping is limited by Alice’s decision to cycle. TRUE
C) They need more soap and toothpaste. FALSE
D) Alice is inexperienced in making electrical repairs. NOT STATED
E) The only way to travel at that time was by bicycle. FALSE
F) Dad believes even slow moving traffic is dangerous. TRUE
G) Alice’s brother Michael also rides a bike. NOT STATED
Alice: I’m just going to the shop to get a few bits and pieces. Do you need anything?
Dad: You couldn’t pick up a half a dozen litre bottles of carbonated water could you?
Alice: I would Dad but I am going by bike and I can’t get anything heavy. It’s more a case of anything small and urgent — then I’m your girl.
Dad: Well we need batteries for the remote control. They are small and really urgent. We’ll not be able to watch TV otherwise
Alice: More urgent for you than for me. But no problem, batteries: Anything else?
Dad: I think we are pretty low on toothpaste and maybe soap. Do you want to check?
Alice: I checked already and we have plenty.
Dad: I know what we really need — a roll of insulation tape. Some wires have come loose under the stairs and I promised your mum that I would sort it out. Actually we need a new box of fuses as well. They really have run out because I looked yesterday. And by the way we need a new screwdriver set because…..
Alice: I am not sure if I can get those from the shop on the corner. Probably it will be necessary to go into the centre of town.
Dad: Why don’t we both go? I’ll take the car and then we can stock up on some of the heavier things like water, fruit and veg.
Alice: You haven’t looked outside have you? There’s been an accident at the top of Gardner Street. The police have now closed it to cars and set up a diversion but the traffic is at a complete standstill. The only way to travel just now is by bike or on foot which is why I am going to cycle there.
Dad: I didn’t realise. Was it a bad accident?
Alice: They say on the radio news that nobody was hurt but 5 vehicles are involved and they don’t expect the road to be open again until later this evening.
Dad: I see. So we won’t get a chance to visit the town centre shops until tomorrow. In that case just some batteries — if they sell them at the corner shop. I hope they do because I don’t know how a TV addict like you will possibly survive a whole evening without TV
Alice: Ha ha. Well it takes one to know one
Dad: Be careful on the bike. The traffic may be at a standstill but there are always a few drivers who go on pavements and similar stunts. Have you asked your Mum or brother if they need anything urgent?
Alice: I asked Mum but she doesn’t need anything. Michael’s still not home from college.