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) Maggie understood that something had happened by Jim’s face.
B) The kitten sitting at the door was white and black.
C) The kitten didn’t like the milk Jim offered it.
D) Jim thinks that the worst thing the kitten has done is a broken china vase.
E) The kitten spoiled a piece of a high quality meat.
F) The police woman said a kitten had been lost a couple days ago.
G) Maggie felt sorry for having to give the kitten back.
A) Maggie understood that something had happened by Jim’s face. TRUE
B) The kitten sitting at the door was white and black. NOT STATED
C) The kitten didn’t like the milk Jim offered it. FALSE
D) Jim thinks that the worst thing the kitten has done is a broken china vase. FALSE
E) The kitten spoiled a piece of a high quality meat. TRUE
F) The police woman said a kitten had been lost a couple days ago. NOT STATED
G) Maggie felt sorry for having to give the kitten back. FALSE
Maggie: Why have you got that worried expression on your face, Jim? You look like a cat that’s been caught at the cream.
Jim: Cat! That’s just it, Maggie. But I really couldn’t help it. She was waiting on the doorstep when I came home and making such a row that I simply had to let her in.
Maggie: Let who in? I don’t know what you’re talking about. Who was waiting on the doorstep?
Jim: A kitten. Quite a young one, probably not more than six months old. I’ve put her in the cupboard now.
Maggie: And what did the kitten do?
Jim: Well, as I told you, she was mewing and scratching at the door. It was obvious she wanted something to eat, so I took her into the kitchen and gave her some milk.
Maggie: And did she drink it?
Jim: My goodness, you should have seen her! She was obviously having the time of her life.
Maggie: I can’t help feeling, Jim, that there’s more to it than that. Come on, tell me. I know, she’s broken the china vase aunt Emily gave us for Christmas.
Jim: No, I’m afraid it’s much worse than that, Maggie.
Maggie: For goodness sake, Jim, tell me quickly!
Jim: Well, she was just lying quietly on the kitchen chair, so I left her there for a moment to go upstairs. When I came back-
Maggie: Oh, Jim, I can guess…
Jim: When I came back, she was sitting on the kitchen table and calmly eating the steak you brought for dinner this evening.
Maggie: What, all of it?
Jim: No but she was certainly licking it all over when I caught her.
Maggie: Jim. That was a piece of top quality steak!
Jim: I know, Maggie, I really feel awful about it.
Maggie: I wonder who that is?
Jim: Good evening, officer, what can we do for you?
Police Woman: Sorry to disturb you, sir but I’m calling at all the houses in this road to see if a kitten’s been found.
Maggie: Could this be the kitten? My husband found it outside the door this afternoon.
Police Woman: It certainly looks like it.
Maggie: Well, you can take it with pleasure. It’s just eaten our dinner.