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) David was impatient for the graduation day to come.
B) David doesn’t plan to enroll for the graduate program in the nearest 3 years.
C) Rosalind is going to continue her education.
D) Rosalind is going to take the graduate course in foreign languages.
E) David has elementary speaking skills in French and Russian.
F) Rosalind and David knew each other before they became college students.
G) Rosalind and David have agreed to go to the graduation ball together.
A) David was impatient for the graduation day to come. FALSE
B) David doesn’t plan to enroll for the graduate program in the nearest 3 years. NOT STATED
C) Rosalind is going to continue her education. TRUE
D) Rosalind is going to take the graduate course in foreign languages. NOT STATED
E) David has elementary speaking skills in French and Russian. TRUE
F) Rosalind and David knew each other before they became college students. TRUE
G) Rosalind and David have agreed to go to the graduation ball together. FALSE
Rosalind: David, you look so distinguished in your cap and gown. Did you ever think this day would come?
David: Sure, but not so soon. Now I have to find a job. What are your plans?
Rosalind: Graduate school. I can’t do much with an undergraduate degree in foreign language.
David: You could teach. You always said more kids need to learn another language.
Rosalind: I can always teach. But I want to have more options, like diplomatic work or international business or tourism.
David: I don’t blame you. If I had the money I’d go on for an MBA-Masters in Business Administration, but I need to work first. French was your major wasn’t it?
Rosalind: Oui. Parlez vous francais?
David: Un peu.
Rosalind: Bravo, David!
David: And I know you learned Russian, but I’m not sure why?
Rosalind: Remember when Elena, the exchange student, stayed with us in high school? We couldn’t find any Bulgarian language books, so we practiced Russian instead. It was pretty close.
David: Ты говоришь по-русски? Молодец! Это трудный язык.
Rosalind: David! Where did YOU learn Russian?
David: In ROTC, Reserve Officer Training Corps, a military program for college students. They said a language would help if we ever chose a military career.
Rosalind: I’m amazed! How well do you know it?
David: Not very well, just phrase-book Russian. My favourite phrase is: “Простите, я заблудился. Как пройти к метро?”
Rosalind: You’re a man of many surprises! Uh-oh. Looks like we’re lining up. See you after graduation.
David: Do you have a date?
Rosalind: No, I was hoping you’d be my date, David!
David: Oh, my heart! I think Г11 die!
Rosalind: Very funny.