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. The race will take place in half a month.
B. Registration for the race has already started.
C. Mike expects about 250 people to register for the race by next weekend.
D. It is necessary to start the race in a warm place.
E. Mike is not satisfied with the present Mayor.
F. Midsummer Park has good eating facilities.
G. The athletes will be able to take a break and to relax at the train station car park.
A. The race will take place in half a month. TRUE
B. Registration for the race has already started. TRUE
C. Mike expects about 250 people to register for the race by next weekend. FALSE
D. It is necessary to start the race in a warm place. FALSE
E. Mike is not satisfied with the present Mayor. TRUE
F. Midsummer Park has good eating facilities. NOT STATED
G. The athletes will be able to take a break and to relax at the train station car park. FALSE
Mike: Well, Jane, we’ve only got two weeks left before the run so I really think we have to finalise the route of the race today. And the prizes, have they been sorted out?
Jane: Yes, Mike, all done. Fiona’s in charge of them. Now, how many runners do you estimate will register for the race?
Mike: Well, it’s hard to say what the final number will be — at the moment we have 150 applicants but I fully expect there will be 200 by the race itself. Christopher said he thought we’d have 250 by next weekend but I think he’s being overoptimistic. Let’s say we’ll have about a couple of hundred at the most.
Jane: Fine. I’ll make a note of that. Now, where do you think we should have the first aid tent?
Mike: More importantly surely, where will the starting line be?
Jane: I think you have to start somewhere that has a place to warm up. How about the Town hall as the car park there is big enough for the runners to do their exercises.
Mike: Actually, that’s a good point. Let’s start there and then we could have the first aid tent nearby, either in Midsummer Park or even in the garden of the Mayor’s residence, if he can be persuaded to give his permission. Personally, I don’t think he is the most charitable Mayor the town has had.
Jane: I don’t think you are being very fair. Anyway, the caterers thought the park could best be employed as the refreshment area as there are plenty of places to sit down. You know and there are permanent wooden tables and benches there.
Mike: You’ve really got on with organising this event, haven’t you? But look, we should have another first aid tent somewhere on the route in case the runners have problems. A half way point — the library or the station park. The railway, not the police station!
Jane: You’re probably right! But we don’t need a big tent, just a first aid point and yes, the train station car park would be perfect. Err, … do you think the athletes need somewhere to take a break if they are feeling weary? We could use the entrance to the library. It’s ideal as it has such a huge portico where the athletes could relax in the shade.
Mike: Good idea.