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) Peter seldom goes to the library.
В) Peter is satisfied with his term studies.
С) Peter hopes to do as well in the course as his classmates.
D) Peter prefers to work at his computer at home.
E) Jane does not expect Peter to pass his language exam.
F) Jane has always been the best student in the group.
G) Jane has some problems with one of her subjects.
A) Peter seldom goes to the library. TRUE
В) Peter is satisfied with his term studies. FALSE
С) Peter hopes to do as well in the course as his classmates. FALSE
D) Peter prefers to work at his computer at home. NOT STATED
E) Jane does not expect Peter to pass his language exam. FALSE
F) Jane has always been the best student in the group. NOT STATED
G) Jane has some problems with one of her subjects. TRUE
Jane: Hello, Peter! What are you doing here in the library? I often come to the reading room but I have never seen you here before!
Peter: Hello, Jane. That’s right — you could not have possibly seen me here. I come round to change my books or look through some journals now and then during the term time, but that is it. The end of the term is different, of course.
Jane: Why so?
Peter: Well, you know, the exams are coming and I am getting a bit nervous.
Jane: Have you missed many classes then?
Peter: Not many, really, but the fact is that I did just the bare minimum even for my major! There is a lot of information which went over my head completely. My group mates have lent me their notes but they are of very little use. They are really brief, as a rule, so I cannot make out a single thing of them!
Jane: So, you have missed not classes, but opportunities if I can put it this way.
Peter: I guess you can. Do you think I will be able to catch up with the rest of the group? I doubt it. I have been using my computer much to put all the information in proper schemes and tables but that does not seem to be helping much.
Jane: It is totally up to you! If you are determined to succeed, you will have to spend days and nights with books and your computer.
Peter: What worries me is the language course. It seems totally impossible!
Jane: Yes, that will be the most difficult one for you. You simply cannot expect to take in all the words and grammar rules in just a few nights.
Peter: Do you think I will fail it then?
Jane: Peter, be more optimistic! If the teacher sees you have tried to do at least something, she will appreciate it, I am sure.
Peter: Thank you, Jane; you are such a good friend! How about you? Are you ready for your exams? I bet you are!
Jane: Actually, I am not so sure about Literature. I think I am on the teacher’s blacklist for not meeting deadlines with some of the essays.
Peter: You will pass, do not worry!
Jane: Well, let us hope for the best!