Задание 12 на работу с диалогом

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Вы услышите разговор студента по обмену и хозяйки дома, в котором он живет. Выберите правильный ответ на нижеследующие вопросы. Вы услышите запись дважды.

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1) Amy approves of Philip’s intention of
1. working in the library.
2. looking around the town.
3. having an early breakfast.

2) Amy suggests that Phillip
1. sunbathes on the beach.
2. has a picnic on the beach.
3. enjoys the sea view.

3) Amy recommends
1. going to a church service.
2. sightseeing in the church.
3. taking photos in the church.

4) According to Amy, the most efficient means of transport in the town is
1. bicycle.
2. bus.
3. taxi.

5) In Amy’s opinion,
1. life is getting better in the town.
2. life is getting worse in the town.
3. nothing ever changes in the town.

6) Amy says that local people’s favourite pastime
1. shopping.
2. watching TV.
3. outdoor activities.

1) – 2
2) – 3
3) – 2
4) – 1
5) – 1
6) – 3

Philip: Hello, Amy! Enjoy your tea!
Amy: Hi, Philip. Leaving so early? It’s Sunday today — no classes as far as I know.
Philip: That’s right. I want to take advantage of that and explore your town.
Amy: Very sensible of you. It’s a nice place.
Philip: You can probably recommend something to me? I haven’t been anywhere yet except the library. If you aren’t busy now…
Amy: No, not at all. Sit down and help yourself to tea and biscuits. Some milk and cornflakes?
Philip: No, thank you, Amy. I’ll just have some tea and a sandwich.
Amy: OK, as you wish. I believe the first thing you should do today is go to the beach.
Philip: The beach?
Amy: Yes. Beaches are not only good in hot weather. Our beach is amazing in this season. Just sit down on the rocks and watch the sea — I promise you’ll enjoy it.
Philip: OK, I’ll do it.
Amy: Then go to the old chapel in the Sea Park. It’s very old and beautiful inside. You can’t take photos there but if you see the priest Father Matthew, ask him to show you around the chapel.
Philip: The priest?
Amy: Yes. He’s a nice man and believe me, he does it better than professional guides. Philip: OK, I’ll follow your advice. And how can I get to the centre of the town after that?
Amy: The best way to get around the town is by bicycle.
Philip: Is it?
Amy: Yes. There are buses, but the interval between buses is at least thirty minutes… Taxis are not allowed in the historical centre, and they are very expensive.
Philip: But I don’t have a bicycle here.
Amy: You don’t need to own it. There are lots of points where you can rent one very cheaply. The cycle routes are everywhere — we often go shopping by bicycle.
Philip: Your town authorities seem to care about the environment…
Amy: Yes, they do. The new mayor, who was elected two years ago, has done a lot to improve our life here. Cultural events have become more frequent and our streets and parks are kept nice and clean. People spend more time out-of-doors now.
Philip: That’s really good.
Amy: Yes. In the evening we don’t watch TV anymore but go to the parks where everyone can find something for themselves — jogging, chess, volleyball — or just walking and talking. Oh, that reminds me. Can you do me a favour, Phil?
Philip: Whatever you want.
Amy: Can you take my mobile to the service centre? It’s in the High Street, in the shopping centre.
Philip: Sure. No problem.