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) Katie wasn’t very much impressed by Nice.
B) Paul’s girlfriend Amy is half French.
C) Amy grew up in Nice.
D) Katie’s postcard gave Amy the idea to revisit Nice.
E) Paul thinks his summer was a waste of time.
F) Paul will spend two weeks in Nice next spring.
G) Katie is planning to go to Nice again.
A) Katie wasn’t very much impressed by Nice. FALSE
B) Paul’s girlfriend Amy is half French. TRUE
C) Amy grew up in Nice. FALSE
D) Katie’s postcard gave Amy the idea to revisit Nice. TRUE
E) Paul thinks his summer was a waste of time. FALSE
F) Paul will spend two weeks in Nice next spring. NOT STATED
G) Katie is planning to go to Nice again. NOT STATED
Paul: So was Nice nice?
Katie: Paul, please — not that old joke again! But it wasn’t so much nice as absolutely beautiful, wonderful and amazing. You really should try and go there some day if you can.
Paul: Well actually I can and I will. I don’t think that I mentioned this before but Amy’s grandmother and mother are French and Amy speaks reasonable French herself.
Katie: Your girlfriend speaks French!!
Paul: Yes — and when I showed her the postcard you sent me she said that her mum had taken her on holiday to Nice when she was twelve.
Katie: You have got to be kidding me?
Paul: When your post card arrived she began to reminisce about that holiday and then called her brother John as he was also on that childhood holiday.
Katie: This is a tease, right?
Paul: Anyway, the upshot is that they decided to visit Nice again and they have invited me to go with them!
Katie: You are not joking are you?
Paul: Katie — I’m really not joking. But you know what is so weird? I was really jealous whilst you were in France. Towards the end of the summer I began to get desperate for a break. I was enjoying my work and my trainees were so grateful, but I felt like I worked all summer and then went back to college. I didn’t earn any money as a volunteer, so I couldn’t afford to treat myself to anything.
Katie: Well — then this must be your reward for being such a saint, brother Paul! When are you going?
Paul: It will be in the spring break. You’ll have to show me all the photographs and give me a list of must-see places.
Katie: With pleasure. I can hardly believe this news and I am so happy for you Paul.
Paul: What was the highlight?
Katie: Well there is an amazing restaurant called La Cambuse, a pub called the Sari Bulldog and a really brilliant dance club. In Nice, I had one of the nicest nights in my life.