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). Запишите номер выбранного Вами варианта ответа. Вы можете прослушать запись дважды.
A. Henry is solving a Maths problem.
B. Tim advises Henry to revise some material before the session.
C. Tim needs to build a dollhouse for his sister.
D. Henry’s got a lot of experience in building.
E. Tim thinks it’s not necessary to put in windows and doors.
F. Tim knows that Nancy likes all kinds of doll houses.
G. Henry wants Mike to find a good shop and buy a new doll house.
Tim: Helen, what are you doing?
Helen: I have been trying to solve this physics problem for the last half hour, and I still have no idea how to do it.
Tim: When do you have to turn it in?
Helen: It is due at the end of this week.
Tim: Well, it is only Monday. Why don’t you get some after-schooltutoring tomorrow?
Helen: I have to sign up for it first. I guess I will go sign up for the Wednesday session tomorrow. You should reread the chapter before you show up for the session. It will help you understand the subject matter better.
Helen: OK, I will do that.
Tim: Now that your problem is solved, I need you to lend me a hand with my problem.
Helen: What is up?
Tim: I need to build a new doll house for Nancy. I was putting her doll house away, and somehow I accidentally dropped it. It was broken into pieces.
Helen: How clumsy of you! Does she know?
Tim: I told her about it. I could not lie to her.
Helen: How did she take it?
Tim: My sister really liked that doll house, and obviously she was not very happy. But, I told her that I would build a better one for her. So, I need your help.
Helen: Me? Help you? I have never built anything in my life.
Tim: Me neither. But, don’t worry. Putting together pieces of wood is not going to be difficult.
Helen: It is more than just putting pieces of wood together. You need to put in windows and doors. Have you thought about how you would do that?
Tim: Who says houses need to have windows and doors?
Helen: So, you are going to build a doll house with no windows and no doors?
Tim: Yes, I do not see anything wrong with that. Do you?
Helen: No. But, are you sure that Nancy will not mind having a doll house with no doors and no windows?
Tim: No, I am not sure. What should I do then?
Helen: Get help from somebody who knows how to build a doll house. I would not be of any help to you in this project.
Tim: Who do you suggest I ask?
Helen: Mr. Brown used to be a carpenter. He will be glad to help you out.
Tim: You are right. Thanks for your advice.