This table is reserved for you, sir.
It looks like a nice table, but it's too close to the kitchen door.
Q: Where does the conversation most probably take place?
Isaw you on TV yesterday. You were ever so good. You didn't look nervous.
To be frank. When it was my turn to speak, I really had my heart in my mouth.
Q: What does the woman mean?
Shall we go and try that snack bar around the corner?
I can't eat anything. My headaches.
Q: What can we learn about the woman?
A single room is fifty pounds per night, and a double room sixty pounds per night. Stay two nights and you'll get another for free.
A single room for three nights, please.
Q: How much should the man pay for his room?
How did you do in the writing contest?
If only I had paid more attention to spelling.
Q: What can we learn about the man?
Hey. Joan, what's up?
Nothing much. It's my son! It doesn't seem easy for him to get used to the new school.
Q: How does Joan most probably feel about her son?
Have you heard from Mary lately? It's said she is not working as a fitness coach.
I got an email from her last week. She has been working at a school since she left our firm.
Q: Who are the two speakers talking about?
How did the lecture go?
Oh, you should have seen those young people. Thirsty for knowledge, drinking in my wisdom.
Q: What does the man mean?
Look at the menu. Everything looks great, but that's too expensive.
Have anything you like? Tom said it's on our boss.
Q: Who will pay the bill?
David, I got you a present, a solar-powered calculator.
I don't need a calculator, Mom. I have one.
Q: What does David imply?