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) Matthew is good at cooking.
В) Jill wants to cook something simple.
С) Matthew’s grandmother is an immigrant.
D) In Jill’s family, soup is a common dish.
E) Matthew prefers Hungarian cuisine to French.
F) Jill will have to buy special equipment to make Hungarian soup.
G) Jill has decided what soup to cook.
A) Matthew is good at cooking. NOT STATED
В) Jill wants to cook something simple. TRUE
С) Matthew’s grandmother is an immigrant. TRUE
D) In Jill’s family, soup is a common dish. FALSE
E) Matthew prefers Hungarian cuisine to French. NOT STATED
F) Jill will have to buy special equipment to make Hungarian soup. FALSE
G) Jill has decided what soup to cook. FALSE
Jill: Hi, Matthew! It’s great that I bumped into you today — I wanted to ask you something.
Matthew: Hi, Jill. I’ll be happy if I can help somehow. What’s up?
Jill: It’s my Mum’s birthday next week and I want to make a special surprise for her and cook something really delicious and unusual for her birthday dinner. You’ve traveled a lot and tried different cuisines. Can you suggest something?
Matthew: I don’t know. What would you like to try cooking? A first course? Dessert?
Jill: Something not too complicated. I don’t have much experience with cooking.
Matthew: OK. Well, you know, my grandmother comes from Germany. She’s become quite Americanized, but she still cooks a lot of German national dishes, especially, desserts.
Jill: German desserts? That sounds interesting. Can you name any?
Matthew: Just a second. I’m trying to think. Well, for instance, ‘Apfel Kuchen’, which is a bit like our apple pie. There are other types of German pastries my granny prepares. I think she can give you a recipe if you ask her.
Jill: Don’t you think she might mind?
Matthew: I don’t think so. In fact, I think she’ll be pleased. But I should warn you, I think it’s probably not a piece of cake making those recipes, if you’ll forgive the pun.
Jill: Well, you might be right. What should I do then?
Matthew: One more idea is soup.
Jill: Soup? Nobody ever eats soup in my family!
Matthew: Why not? Don’t they like it?
Jill: I don’t know, actually.
Matthew: Soups are quite easy to cook and there are so many unusual ideas for making them. Hungarian cuisine, for instance, has a lot of various soups.
Jill: Is Hungarian food considered good?
Matthew: Actually, yes. Hungarian food is quite special, almost like French cuisine. Even exotic, I’d say.
Jill: Do you think I have all the necessary kitchen equipment and utensils to make soup?
Matthew: A stove, a pot, a sharp knife, a spoon to stir it all. I think you just need the regular stuff. Have you got all that?
Jill: Of course! So can you give me a recipe?
Matthew: I’ll send a selection tonight by e-mail so you can choose one.
Jill: Thanks, Matthew, you’re a real star.
Matthew: My pleasure. And I can give you a hand if you want.
Jill: That would be great!
Matthew: It’s a date then.