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A) Michael isn’t enjoying his studies.
В) Jane is free on Saturday evening.
С) Michael’s favourite actor is Michael Douglas.
D) Jane agrees to go to the cinema.
E) Shops in Bath are less expensive than shops in Clifton.
F) There’re several good restaurants in the new shopping mall in Bath.
G) Michael and Jane will go to Bath by car.
A) Michael isn’t enjoying his studies. TRUE
В) Jane is free on Saturday evening. FALSE
С) Michael’s favourite actor is Michael Douglas. NOT STATED
D) Jane agrees to go to the cinema. FALSE
E) Shops in Bath are less expensive than shops in Clifton. TRUE
F) There’re several good restaurants in the new shopping mall in Bath. NOT STATED
G) Michael and Jane will go to Bath by car. FALSE
Jane: Hello, Michael. Are you finished already?
Michael: Yeah. I’m so tired! I can’t believe this week is over. So many lectures — I’m exhausted! And that seminar on History — torture! I don’t know how I’ll manage this term. Thank God tomorrow is Saturday.
Jane: My week wasn’t so tiring.
Michael: That’s because you love what you are doing. You know I have entered this place just because my parents wanted me to. I sometimes think I hate every minute I spend here!
Jane: So, Saturday. We could have some fun. I have plans for the evening but my morning and afternoon are totally free. Any ideas?
Michael: How about a film? They are showing a new blockbuster at the movie theater. You know, the one starring Michael Douglas.
Jane: A film? During the day?
Michael: Yes, why not?
Jane: Well, I don’t know … I prefer watching films in the evening really.
Michael: Okay. Well, why don’t we go to the sports centre then? We can go swimming; they have opened the swimming pool after the renovation. It must be fantastic!
Jane: There are always lots of children in the pool on Saturdays. Besides, I don’t like swimming very much.
Michael: You are so capricious today! Well, how about shopping then? I hope you won’t turn down this offer!
Jane: Yes, I definitely like shopping more than swimming!
Michael: Look how enthusiastic you are now! Okay, where shall we go? There’s that new shopping centre in Bath. The ads look inviting.
Jane: Shopping in a new mall! That does sound like fun. And what about the shops in Clifton? Oh, wait, no, I’ve forgotten that the shops are more expensive there.
Michael: Yeah, I was going to say that too, and besides Clifton’s very crowded on the weekend. If we come across something we like, we’ll spend half the evening in line at the checkout.
Jane: All right, all right, we’ll go to Bath then.
Michael: I think the new shopping centre in Bath must have a good restaurant. Let’s go to the shopping centre in the morning and then we can have lunch there.
Jane: Okay, that sounds like a good idea.
Michael: Let’s meet at eleven and we can take the bus.
Jane: Okay. We’ll meet at eleven outside the bus station. See you!