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Задание 2 № 3621

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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1. Joan and Steve begin with settling the date of the party.

2. Joan and Steve were satisfied with the last year's party.

3. Steve is not sure how to spell the name of the new Indian restaurant.

4. Steve visited the Park View Hotel before.

5. Joan will call the restaurants.

6. Joan and Steve agree on the price of £12 a head.

7. The boss of Joan and Steve is a vegetarian.


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Joan: Right, Steve…About our party! Let’s try and get it sorted out today so we
don’t have it hanging over us . OK?
Steve: Good idea, Joan. I’ll take notes.
Joan: First - dates… well. That’s straightforward.
Steve: The last working day before Christmas… which is…
Joan: … which is December 21st.
Steve: …which is going to be pretty difficult to book at Christmas so we’d better
think of two or three places just to be on the safe side.
Joan: Well, last year was a disaster.
Steve: The Red Lion, wasn’t it?
Joan: Yeah. We ought to go for something more expensive, ‘cause you…
Steve: … you get what you pay for.
Joan: That new Indian restaurant in Wetherfield is supposed to be excellent… the
Steve: How do you spell that?
Joan: R-A-J-D-O-O-T.
Steve: But it’s bound to be packed.
Joan: Well, let’s put that down as the first choice and have some back-ups. What
about the Park View Hotel as the second choice?
Steve: Yes, that’s always reliable. Park View Hotel…
Joan: And the London Arms just in case.
Steve: London Arms…
Joan: I’ll call them now if you want.
Steve: No. I’ll do it, Joan. You are really busy. Have you got the numbers?
Joan: Not for the Rajdoot, but … right… Park View Hotel: 777193 and … London
Arms: 207658.
Steve: Great. Before I ring, we’d better just make sure they are within the price range.
Joan: Up to £15 a head?
Steve: I think you’ll find some people won’t be able to go that high.
Joan: Well, you can’t get anything decent under £10.
Steve: OK. We’ll say £12?
Joan: OK.
Steve: And we’d better make sure there’s good vegetarian food.
Joan: Yes, you know what the boss is like.
Steve: Don’t remind me. I’ll let you know as soon as I find out anything.

A(1) — 1(T), "First dates."

B(2) — 2(F), "Last year was a disaster." A disaster means something awful, you can't be satisfied with that.

C(3) — 1(T), "How do you spell that?"

D(4) — 3(NS)

E(5) — 2(F), "No, I'll do it, Joan, you'are really busy."

F(6) — 1(T), "We'll say 12 pounds? — OK."

G(7) — 3(NS)


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