W: OK, that's it. Now we have to make a decision. We might as well do that now, don't you think?
M: Sure, let's see. First we saw Frank Brisenski. What did you think of him?
W: Well, he's certainly a very polite young man.
M: And very relaxed, too.
W: But his appearance…
M: En… He wasn't well dressed. He wasn't even wearing a tie.
W: But he did have a nice voice. He sounded good on the telephone.
M: True. And I thought he seemed very intelligent. He answered Dona's questions very well.
W: That's true, but dressing well is important. Well, let's think about the others. Now what about Barber Jones? She had a nice voice, too. She sounded good on the telephone, and she was well dressed, too.
M: En… She did look very neat, very nicely dressed, but…
W: But so shy. She wouldn't be very good at talking to people at the front desk.
M: En…OK. Now who was the next? Ar…Yes, David Wallace. I thought he was very good, had a lot of potential. What do you think?
W: En… He seemed like a very bright guy. He dressed very nicely, too. And he had a really nice appearance.
M: He seemed relaxed to me, the type of person people feel comfortable with right away.
W: He was polite, but also very friendly and relaxed as you say. I think he'll be good with the guests at the front desk.
M: He had a very pleasant voice, too.
W: That's right. OK, good! I guess we have our receptionist then, don't you?
M: Yes, I think so. We'll just offer the job to…
Question 9: What are the speakers looking for?
Question 10: What is Frank Brisenski's weakness?
Question 11: What do the speakers decide to do?
W: What a wonderful performance! Your rock band has never sounded better.
M: Many thanks. I guess all those hours of practice in the past month are finally paying off.
Q：What does the man mean?
M: I can't decide what to do for my summer vacation. I either want to go on a bike tour of Europe or go diving in Mexico.
W: Well, we're offering an all-inclusive two-week trip to Mexico for only 300 dollars.
Q：What does the woman suggest the man do for his vacation?
3. W: How long do you think this project might take?
M: I'd say about three months, but it could take longer if something unexpected happened. Maybe we'd better allow an extra month, so we won’t have to worry about being late.
Q: Why does the man say extra time should be allowed for the project?
4. M: I'm thinking about becoming a member here, and I'd like some information.
W: Sure. A three-month membership costs 150 dollars, and that includes use of the wait-room, sauna and pool. I'll give you a free path so that you can try out the facilities before you decide.
Q: What do we learn from the conversation?
W: I'm sorry to hear that you failed the Physics course, Ted.
M: Let's face it. I'm just not cut out to be a scientist.