Part III Listening Comprehension
11. W: I ran into Sally the other day. I could hardly recognize her. Do you remember her from high school?
M: Yeah, she was a little out of shape back then. Well, has she lost a lot of weight?
Q: What does the man remember of Sally?
12. W: We don’t seem to have a reservation for you, sir. I’m sorry.
M: But my secretary said that she had reserved a room for me here. I phoned her from the airport this morning just before I got on board the plane.
Q: Where does the conversation most probably take place?
13. W: What would you do if you were in my place?
M: If Paul were my son, I’d just not worry. Now that his teacher is giving him extra help and he is working hard himself, he’s sure to do well in the next exam.
Q: What’s the man’s suggestion to the woman?
14. M: You’ve had your hands full and have been overworked during the last two weeks. I think you really need to go out and get some fresh air and sunshine.
W: You are right. That’s just what I’m thinking about.
Q: What’s the woman most probably going to do?
15. W: Hello, John. How are you feeling now? I hear you’ve been ill.