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1) Tom’s birthday is in
1. winter.
2. spring.
3. summer.

2) Monica gave Tom
1. a box of sweets.
2. a pair of sunglasses.
3. a baseball cap.

3) Tom’s sister is …
1. younger than Tom.
2. older than Tom.
3. exactly the same age,

4) Next year Tom is going to …
1. start university.
2. start working.
3. continue school.

5) Tom’s mother works as …
1. an artist.
2. a driver.
3. an economist.

6) The birthday cake for Tom has been made by
1. his mother.
2. his grandmother.
3. a professional cook.

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

Monica: Hi, Tom! Happy birthday!
Tom: Oh, hi, Monica! I’m glad you found the time to come.
Monica: It wasn’t easy, really! It’s exam time and I still need to pass two exams before Christmas.
Tom: You will, don’t worry. And there’re still two weeks before Christmas!
Monica: Which is not a lot… Anyway, it’s your special day and this is for you.
Tom: What’s this? Looks like a packet of sweets.
Monica: Just take off the packaging and you’ll see.
Tom: Oh, ski sunglasses! They’re wonderful, Monica! You knew just what to get. I’m going on a skiing holiday and your present has arrived just in time.
Monica: I’m glad to hear it.
Tom: Please, come in. Let me put your cap and gloves here, on the shelf. You’re the first one actually.
Monica: Oh, who else is coming?
Tom: Some mates from my school baseball team, some classmates and my elder sister. You remember that she’s a university student, don’t you? She studies in Canada, and works there too, but she’s come especially for my birthday.
Monica: Lucky you.
Tom: Yeah, she’s always taken care of me. Now it looks funny as I’m taller than her but she still treats me like a child.
Monica: But it feels good to know that someone cares for you. Are you going to that Canadian university too?
Tom: I don’t know yet. I’ve still got two more years at school anyway, so I’ll decide later.
Monica: Good point. Oh, you’ve got some nice pictures on the wall.
Tom: They’re my mum’s.
Monica: Is she an artist? I didn’t know that.
Tom: Kind of. She does it as a hobby. Our family and friends like them.
Monica: She’s definitely got talent.
Tom: Yeah, but, unfortunately, she hasn’t got much time for painting. She’s an economist in a large company and it often means working long hours. Sometimes she has to drive to her office even on weekends.
Monica: Yes, I can understand that. Is she going to be at the party?
Tom: Yes, but she’ll join us a bit later. She’s left to get my birthday cake.
Monica: Where from?
Tom: From my grandmother’s. We never buy birthday cakes in a shop. My granny always makes them herself and she’s brilliant at it! You’ll see.
Monica: I’m dying to try it! Homemade things are always better, (the sound of the door bell) Oh, some more guests have arrived.