1. M: I think the hostess really went out of her way to make the party a success.
W: Yes, the food and drinks were great , but if only we had known a few of the other guests.
Q: What did the two speakers say about the party?
2. M: Can you stop by the post office and get me some envelopes and 39 cents’ stamps?
W: Well, I am not going to stop by the post office, but I can buy you some at the bookstore after I see the dentist on Market street.
Q: Where will the woman go first?
3. M: How do you like the new physician who replaced Dr. Andrews?
W: He may not seem as agreeable or as thorough as Dr. Andrews, but at least he doesn’t keep patients waiting for hours.
Q: What can we infer from the woman’s answer?
4. W: Tom must be in a bad mood today. He hasn’t said half a dozen words all afternoon.
M: Oh, really? That’s not like the Tom we know.
Q: What does the man imply?
5. W: Do you have the seminar schedule with you? I’d like to find out the topic for Friday.
M: I gave it to my friend, but there should be copies available in the library. I can pick one up for you.
Q: What does the man promise to do?