Mary: Hello! Wbat are you studying?
Splnto: Economic dcvclopmcnt.
M: Oh yeah? How long is the course?
S: One year. It's a postgraduate diploma.
M: What would you like to do at the end of it? Have you made up your mind yet?
S:Yes I'd like to bc a United Nation's project coordinator.
M: Oh, would you? That sounds interesting. Tell me though, wby did you choose thisuniversity?
S: It's got a great rcputation in the field of economics.
M: Where are you from?
M: Oh, that's a country that I ajways wanted to visit. What do you do in your span:timc?
S: I go to the cinema quite a lot.
M: Ycs. You are Mr. Spindo, aren't you? I got your name on my list here.
M: Oh. you finisherd listing your study prefercnces?
S: Yes, I have.
M: Good. So, which is your top choiee?
S: Me,dicine. In my country, that certainly has great prestige.
M: I scc. Which susscct did you put last then?
M: That's interesting. Could you give any reasons for your choice? Can you capIain why do you put medicine first?
S: Well, doctors arc such an important job. I m wIl your health is the most imponant thing you'vc got, isn't it? I want to be important and belp people.
M: Yes. I supposc so.