1. What position does the woman hold?
A. Manager. B. Doctor. C. Teacher.
2. Who are the speakers talking about probably?
A. The man’s friend. B. The man’s son. C. The man’s boss.
3. What does the woman suggest?
A. Canceling an appointment.
B. Visiting a doctor.
C. Rescheduling a lesson.
4. Where is this conversation probably taking place?
A. In a tea house.
B. At a fast-food restaurant.
C. At a picnic party.
5. What problem does the man have?
A. He has a broken machine .
B. He has no money for change.
C. He hasn’t got the fries ready.
6. What does the woman say about her order?
A. She wants a large drink.
B. She asks to change the size of her fries.
C. She agrees to substitute a Coke for a milkshake.
7. What is Spain to William?
A. His own country.
B. A foreign country.
C. His favorite travel place.
8. How is William’s life in Spain?
9. For how long wasn’t the woman allowed to eat solid food?
A. Twelve days.
B. A week.
C. Three and a half weeks.
10. What happened to the woman in the hospital?
A. She often had nightmares.
B. She fainted several times.
C. She lost a lot of weight.
11. Why does the woman NOT want to cook tonight?
A. She’s too tired to do.
B. She’s too lazy to do.
C. She’s too busy to do.
12. What’s the woman going to do?
A. Eat at the restaurant.
B. Order a take-out.
C. Pack the food from a friend.
M: Hello Megan? This is Corey.
W: Hi Corey. How are you?
M: I’m fine, but 2 Jack is sick. He’s got a sore throat and a cough and he’s staying home from school. He can’t make his piano lesson today.
W: I understand. 3 Let’s see if we can make it up later in the week.
W: Yes, 4 I’d like a double cheeseburger, small fries, and a chocolate milkshake please.
M: I’m sorry, 5 our milkshake machine is broken. How about a Coke instead?
W: I think I’ll have a medium root beer. Also, 6 could you make the fries a large, please?
M : No problem . So , that ’s a double cheeseburger, large fries and a medium root beer. Would you like anything else today?
W: OK, now William, we’re talking about staying healthy, and 7 you live overseas, and we both know it’s quite hard to actually sometimes stay healthy overseas.
W: First of all, can you talk about Spain? When you lived in Spain was it easy to stay healthy in Spain?
M: Actually, 8 it’s reasonably easy to stay healthy in Spain. The weather’s always good and I like jogging so I always had the opportunity to go jogging outside and there are lots of beautiful areas to go jogging along the river or along the beach so it was relatively easy there.
M: So, Barbara, we’re talking about your time in the hospital. You were in the hospital for some time. First of all, how long were you actually in the hospital?
W: Well, I was in a big hospital for three and a half weeks and I was on a drip for all of that time, and they didn’t let me eat anything, and the first couple of days, they also didn’t let me drink anything.
M: Whoa! 9 No solid food for three and a half weeks.
W: Yeah, I was dreaming about my mother’s cooking, and I was dreaming about roast chicken and roast lamb, the smells and the tastes came back to me, but there was no food.
M : But after like , say two weeks or something, does your body just get used to not having food?
W: Yeah. Yes, it does. Definitely. 10 And I lost a lot of weight, but actually I felt fine. Friends who came to visit me in the
hospital were surprised and they were like, “Wow! Where’s the rest of you?”
M: So, Max, we’ve been talking about food. It’s late afternoon. What are you doing for dinner? What are you going to cook tonight?
W: I don’t think I’ll cook tonight.
M: No, no cooking?
W: No, 11 I feel lazy today.
M: So you’re going to eat out?
M: Yeah, what’s on the agenda? What’s for dinner?
W: I’m not sure yet. There are a couple of nice restaurants in my neighborhood so I might go and grab something to eat near here.
M: So, are you going to go and actually eat in the restaurant or are you just gonna bring it back?
W: 12 Maybe I’ll go eat at the restaurant. I don’t feel like doing dishes either.
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