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. Jerry is going to sleep a lot during his summer holidays.
B. Jerry was completely satisfied with his trip to Spain.
C. Emily doesn’t mind having a rest in a quiet place.
D. The Aira Force Waterfalls was first mentioned in Wordsworth’s poems.
E. Jerry is thinking of visiting famous historical sights.
F. There are lots of pubs serving local food in the Lake District.
G. Jerry is planning to stay only in hotels.
A. Jerry is going to sleep a lot during his summer holidays. FALSE
B. Jerry was completely satisfied with his trip to Spain. FALSE
C. Emily doesn’t mind having a rest in a quiet place. TRUE
D. The Aira Force Waterfalls was first mentioned in Wordsworth’s poems. NOT STATED
E. Jerry is thinking of visiting famous historical sights. TRUE
F. There are lots of pubs serving local food in the Lake District. NOT STATED
G. Jerry is planning to stay only in hotels. FALSE
Emily: Hi, Jerry. The school year is almost over. Do you have any plans for the summer holiday?
Jerry: I’m planning on sleeping all day, every day!
Emily: Oh, come on Jerry, you must be kidding.
Jerry: Yeah, Emily, I’m just pulling your leg. Actually, I’m planning to go to the Lake District.
Emily: Really? Why would you like to go to there? It’s not a very popular tourist destination.
Jerry: Exactly! It’s not very popular, so it won’t be too crowded. I enjoyed my trip to Spain, but there were so many people there. I think it spoiled the atmosphere a bit.
Emily: I’m sure the Lake District won’t be so crowded. I wouldn’t mind getting away from the crowds myself. Still, I wonder… is there anything worth seeing in the Lake District?
Jerry: Sure! For one thing, this region boasts beautiful natural scenery. I’m sure you’ve heard of the the Aira Force Waterfalls, mentioned in Wordsworth’s poems. There’s also The Dungeon Ghyll Force, which is said to be spectacular. And you can admire attractive mountains everywhere, for example, Helvellyn.
Emily: Yes, I have heard of Helvellyn, but won’t you get bored just looking at the scenery?
Jerry: Come on, Emily, there are lots of other things to do. lean go hiking in the Lake District, visit famous Hadrian’s Wall and Hardknott Roman Fort, and I know you’ve heard of Carlisle, a historical city, which is well-known for its castle.
Emily: Hey, when you describe it like that, it sounds really interesting!
Jerry: And that’s not all. I’ll be able to try a real Shepherd’s Pie made with local lamb in rich gravy topped with creamy mash or a delicious fish pie made with salmon, cod or haddock from the North Sea.
Emily: Do you have a place to stay in the Lake District?
Jerry: Yes, I’m very lucky. My friend’s sister is the manager of the Western Cumbria Park Hotel, the best hotel in Carlisle. I’ve seen some pictures on the Internet, it’s really nice! But I think outside Carlisle, I’ll stay in a self catering cottage or, perhaps, buy a tent and go camping.
Emily: That’s great, Jerry. I’m looking forward to seeing your photos when you get back.