ЕГЭ: Задание 88 на диалог и утверждения

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A. Mary Jones has never been to Sydney before.
B. The clerk advises Mary to fly to Canberra.
C. Mary’s family is going to stay in Sydney for two weeks.
D. The evening flight is not as long as the morning flight.
E. Mary has chosen the 6.15 flight.
F. There are no discounts for children on BA flights.
G. Mary is going to pay by card at the check-in desk.

A. Mary Jones has never been to Sydney before. NOT STATED
B. The clerk advises Mary to fly to Canberra. FALSE
C. Mary’s family is going to stay in Sydney for two weeks. TRUE
D. The evening flight is not as long as the morning flight. TRUE
E. Mary has chosen the 6.15 flight. FALSE
F. There are no discounts for children on BA flights. FALSE
G. Mary is going to pay by card at the check-in desk. NOT STATED

The clerk: British Airways, good morning. How can I help you?
Mary Jones: Have you got any flights to Sydney next Sunday?
The clerk: One moment, please… Unfortunately, we fly only to Canberra on Sundays. Will this suit you?
Mary Jones: I’ve always wanted to visit Canberra but my husband is going on a business trip to Sydney and he starts working there on Monday.
The clerk: Then I can suggest Saturday. There’re two flights on Saturday: at 6.15 am and at 6.45 pm.
Mary Jones: That’s fine. Could you tell me how much a return ticket costs? We’ll be staying for a fortnight.
The clerk: Would you like economy, business class or first class tickets?
Mary Jones: Economy, please.
The clerk: That would be £540 for the evening flight while the morning flight is £100 cheaper.
Mary Jones: Why is the price so different?
The clerk: The evening flight is direct whereas the morning flight has got a stopover. Which one would you like?
Mary Jones: How long is the morning flight?
The clerk: The flight departs at 6.15 am and arrives in Sydney at 2.00 am, local time. Taking into account the difference in time, it will take about 12 hours altogether.
Mary Jones: That’s too long and very inconvenient as I’ll have children travelling with me. I’d better choose the evening flight. Could I make a reservation?
The clerk: Certainly. How many tickets do you need?
Mary Jones: Four. Two adults and two children. Have you got any discounts for children?
The clerk: Certainly, ma’am. How old are the children?
Mary Jones: The elder is 8 and the younger is 4.
The clerk: Could I have your name, please?
Mary Jones: My name is Mary Jones, that’s M-A-R-Y- J-O-N-E-S.
The clerk: How would you like to pay, Mrs. Jones?
Mary Jones: Can I pay at the check-in desk when I pick up our tickets?
The clerk: Yes, but you will have to confirm this reservation at least two hours before departure time.
Mary Jones: I see.
The clerk: Now you have been booked, Mrs. Jones. The flight leaves at 6.45 in the evening, and your arrival in Sydney will be at 11.25 am, local time. The flight number is BA 476.
Mary Jones: Thank you very much.