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Задание 2 № 2728

Вы услышите диалог. Определите, какие из приведённых утверждений А–G соответствуют содержанию текста (1 – True), какие не соответствуют (2 – False) и о чём в тексте не сказано, то есть на основании текста нельзя дать ни положительного, ни отрицательного ответа (3 – Not stated). Занесите номер выбранного Вами варианта ответа в таблицу. Вы услышите запись дважды.

 

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A) Tom is unhappy about the Danish people being unfriendly.

B) Jack thinks that the character can be explained by the climate.

C) Tom believes that it’s only in Denmark that you can be insulted in public places.

D) Jack thinks that we should respect the rules of other cultures.

E) Tom wants to return to Denmark.

F) Jack claims that public transport in Denmark leaves much to be desired.

G) Tom comes from Denmark but lives in the USA.

 

Запишите в ответ цифры, расположив их в порядке, соответствующем буквам:

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Пояснение.

Расшифровка записи
Tom: I was an exchange student in Denmark in 2005 and had an absolutely awful experience with my host family and my school. They weren’t the friendliest of people.
Jack: Oh really? Well, with me there were things that made me a bit sad but in general I enjoyed being there. Yes, I know, people can seem a little cold and, yes,
even rude.
Tom: That’s it. And in my very first week I got insulted by a bus driver when I was trying to clip my card. Of course it can happen anywhere, but it was a bit sad that no one batted an eyelid.
Jack: It’s something I experienced as well, to be honest, but Scandinavians seem to be very sensitive underneath the shell. The harder the shell is, it seems, the more fragile underneath. It’s a new set of social rules we need to learn, I guess, when we go to a different country.
Tom: You’re right, of course. And despite all my problems, I miss Denmark so much, it’s like having a constant stomachache.
Jack: I know what you mean. There are things that I really love there. First, the tap water is drinkable. Then the Metro is gorgeous. It’s a pleasure to go by train, as the trains are cute inside.
Tom: What is more, the sky is often starry, because there’s little pollution. The air is pretty good. The thing is, I haven’t been happy since I returned home to the States. I’ve gotten to the point that I consider myself more Danish than I do American. But I wonder if it will be difficult to make new friends.
Jack: I have friends who live there now who say it’s quite hard to make friends or get into their circle. But, I think, it depends.
Tom: Ideally I plan to move in January. Yes, I know it’s the coldest month but if I don’t do it then, I’ll get all wrapped up in our city’s big spring festival and then the football season begins, then my birthday ... you get the idea — and never ...
Jack: Yes, and this will also give you enough time to get a visa.

A−1. They weren’t the friendliest of people.

В−3. Нет информации.

С−2. And in my very first week I got insulted by a bus driver when I was trying to clip my card. Of course it can happen anywhere...

D−1. It’s a new set of social rules we need to learn, I guess, when we go to a different country.

E−1. And despite all my problems, I miss Denmark so much, it’s like having a constant stomachache.

F−2. Then the Metro is gorgeous. It’s a pleasure to go by train, as the trains are cute inside.

G−2. The thing is, I haven’t been happy since I returned home to the States. <...> I’ve gotten to the point that I consider myself more Danish than I do American (то есть первоначально он себя датчанином не считал, значит, им и не являлся).

 

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Гость 05.01.2015 14:37

G — 1: The thing is, I haven’t been happy since I returned home to the States.

Александр Ринкевич

Из этого утверждения следует, что Том родом из Америки, а это противоречит высказыванию под буквой G. Следовательно, G — 2.