Вы услышите диалог. Определите, какие из приведённых утверждений A-G соответствуют содержанию текста (1 — True), какие не соответствуют (2 — False) и о чём в тексте не сказано, то есть на основании текста нельзя дать ни положительного, ни отрицательного ответа (3 — Not stated).
A) It took Alice nearly four hours to get home.
B) Michael wanted to see the film “Avatar”.
C) There was no chance for them to watch TV that evening.
D) Alice would quite like to see the film about The Doors.
E) Alice is really enjoying her essay on Shakespeare.
F) Alice thinks that Michael should choose a red car.
G) Michael is not sure if he can afford a new car.
A) It took Alice nearly four hours to get home. FALSE
B) Michael wanted to see the film “Avatar”. NOT STATED
C) There was no chance for them to watch TV that evening. FALSE
D) Alice would quite like to see the film about The Doors. TRUE
E) Alice is really enjoying her essay on Shakespeare. FALSE
F) Alice thinks that Michael should choose a red car. NOT STATED
G) Michael is not sure if he can afford a new car. TRUE
Alice: Hi Michael. How was your day?
Michael: College was OK but it was a nightmare driving home. How was yours?
Alice: Boring — but I was really glad of my bike when I came home. I cycled through the park. It was a bit longer than usual — maybe 25 minutes.
Michael: And for me it took almost 4 hours. There was an accident in Gardner Street 1 wras supposed to have a free afternoon and I was going to play tennis.
Alice: The traffic is still bad now otherwise I might have gone to see “Avatar” at the cinema.
Michael: Is that the 3D film?
Alice: Yes. Actually I have seen it twice before but the 3D effect is so impressive on a cinema screen. I doubt I’d ever watch it on DVD at home. Anyway — there’s no chance of going out any where this evening. At least we can watch TV. I managed to use my bike to get to the corner shop and pick up some batteries for the remote.
Michael: Have you looked to see if there is anything on worth watching?
Alice: I checked the TV guide and to be honest there is nothing much worth watching tonight. There is a film I’d like to see about Jim Morrison and The Doors. I forget its name. But it starts rather late so I think I’ll just record it and get an early night.
Michael: It’s called “The Doors” and I have it on DVD if you want to watch it earlier. It’s a really good film. I might watch it again with you.
Alice: On the other hand I might take the opportunity to make some progress on my dissertation. What joy — another couple of thousand words on political references and codes in Shakespeare.
Michael: Wow — that sounds like fun!
Alice: Have you had any more luck finding your new “green” vehicle?
Michael: I was thinking of a metallic red actually
Alice: Very funny!
Michael: Well I am thinking about it still. I am still not sure if I can afford it or not. But I am going down to the show room next week for a test drive and to see what sort of deals they can offer.