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Snag a smoothie. 2

Вы услышите 6 высказываний. Установите соответствие между высказываниями каждого говорящего A–F и утверждениями, данными в списке 1–7. Используйте каждое утверждение, обозначенное соответствующей буквой, только один раз. В задании есть одно лишнее утверждение. Вы можете прослушать запись дважды.

1. Snag a smoothie.
2. Steer clear of the smelly stuff.
3. Skip the chips.
4. Don’t let a loud snack alienate the others.
5. Looking through eating tips is important.
6. Indulge your sweet tooth.
7. Don’t be a bunny.


Speaker A.

Yes, an apple a day keeps the doctor away—but of course, nowadays people have at their disposal various types of snacks. Whip up a smoothie in your dorm room instead. Buy a mini-blender that you can pop a lid on, like this one, throw some fruits and greens inside, add milk, and you’ll be good to go. Bonus points for adding seeds and protein powder—your smoothie will be super tasty and able to support you through your whole day.

Speaker B.

Two-hour lectures are pretty much synonymous with feeling ready-tokeel- over hungry. And the truth is, your brain works better when there’s food in your body, and having something on hand to eat is sometimes the key to soaking up knowledge. Between loud chewing and grease all over your fingers, chips in the class are just no. But we totally get that the convenience factor of a bag can’t be beat, so if you want something savoury to snack on, you’d better try yoghurt with fruit or corn.

Speaker C.

So you love celery and carrots and all the crunchy raw vegetables? Great. But maybe pick something a little quieter for class snacking, like cucumber slices paired with a stick of string cheese. That way, you’ll be getting your healthy fats, fiber, and important nutrients without interrupting anyone’s listening flow.

Speaker D.

Nothing is more offensive than the smell of tuna wafting through the auditorium aisles, so pick a more innocuous protein to put in your sandwich. Low-sodium turkey and a slice of any cheese should do the trick; and on behalf of your classmates, it will be good to go easy on the mustard, if at all possible try hummus instead. Throw on some spinach for good leafy green measure!

Speaker E.

We get it: sometimes you just need something sugary to take the edge off. But instead of hard candy, consume something simple. Not only is it lower in sugar than other sweets, it’s also easier on your teeth. Just remember to floss later, because under absolutely no circumstances should you do that in class. We’ve seen this happen ourselves and it is the grossest. The point is to build bonds with your fellow students, not drive them away. Happy snacking!

Speaker F.

That big green apple in your bag though? Sometimes it makes a lot of noise. With all the crunching, chewing, and saliva-sprinkling you’re doing, your snack is likely annoying everyone around you. So how’s a girl going to get her sustenance on in a lecture hall? It’s useful to check out snacking tips, which’ll give you energy without alienating any potential study buddies.

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