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A. James is complaining about the lack of customers in his agency.
B. The Lotus Garden is the best restaurant in Durham at the moment.
C. Sarah is getting to Durham by rail.
D. Sarah can get to the Kwai Lam by bus.
E. It will take James about half an hour to get to Durham.
F. The three friends are going to meet in The County.
G. Sarah will phone Alan to tell him about the change in their plans.
A. James is complaining about the lack of customers in his agency. FALSE
B. The Lotus Garden is the best restaurant in Durham at the moment. FALSE
C. Sarah is getting to Durham by rail. TRUE
D. Sarah can get to the Kwai Lam by bus. NOT STATED
E. It will take James about half an hour to get to Durham. TRUE
F. The three friends are going to meet in The County. FALSE
G. Sarah will phone Alan to tell him about the change in their plans. FALSE
James: Hello. Simpson’s Travel Agents.
Sarah: Hello, James. This is Sarah Jackson. How are you?
James: Sarah! Hello! How lovely to hear from you!
Sarah: Sorry to disturb you at work.
James: Oh, don’t worry. I’m only too pleased to be interrupted. Anything to stop me having to deal with customers and their complaints! Never mind! How’s everything with you?
Sarah: Oh, fine. Have you got a lot on at the moment?
James: Well, it’s our busy time of year, you know, coming up to the summer. Everyone’s booking their holidays. Still, I mustn’t complain.
Sarah: That’s right. Business is business! Anyway, James, I spoke to Alan yesterday, you know, about our get-together in Durham on the fourteenth, and I’m just ringing to let you know what’s hap* pening. We’ve decided to meet in The Lotus Garden, the Chinese restaurant…
James: You mean the one in Clay Path? Where we all used to go?
Sarah: Why? Is that no good?
James: It closed about three years ago. But it doesn’t matter. There’s the other one, the Kwai Lam. It’s just as good, better, in fact.
Sarah: Now where is that? I’ve forgotten.
James: How are you getting to Durham?
Sarah: My train leaves Leeds at five o’clock.
James: Well, when you come out of the station, go down the path to the roundabout, and go down North Street towards the town centre.
Sarah: Uh huh. I’m with you.
James: Cross over Framwellgate Bridge and go up into the Market Place, where the Town Hall is. Then you go right into Saddler Street, and then the road divides. Saddler Street goes down to the left; and right is North Bailey. Well, the Kwai Lam is on the corner of Saddler Street and North Bailey.
Sarah: OK. Now, what time are you coming from Sunderland? How are you getting there?
James: Well, I’m so close, I’ll be catching the bus. The office closes at 6.00, and I’ll go straight to the bus station. There’s a bus to Durham every twenty minutes, so I’ll get the first one, probably about 6.30.
Sarah: So you’ll be there at about… what? Seven?
James: Yeah, something like that.
Sarah: Well, look. Why don’t we see you in the Kwai Lam? I’m meeting Alan in The County before that, because we both get in earlier than you. I need to phone Alan to tell him about the Lotus Garden.
James: No, I’ll phone Alan. I haven’t spoken to him for ages.
Sarah: OK. Yeah, you phone him then. What about if we see you in the Kwai Lam between seven and half past? How does that sound?
James: Fine. That’ll give me enough time, I’m sure. Shall I phone and book a table?
Sarah: That would be great. By the way, where are you staying that night?
James: I’ll be coming back here, I suppose.
Sarah: Can’t you stay in Durham so we can have more time together? You don’t want to rush back to Sunderland, do you?
James: I guess I could give a friend of mine a ring to see if he can put me up. Yeah, I’ll do that.
Sarah: Great! Well, we’ll see you on the fourteenth, then, around 7.15. Bye, now, James.
James: Bye, Sarah. Thanks for phoning.