A) The woman is being interviewed by a reporter.
B) The woman is asking for a promotion.
C) The woman is applying for a job.
D) The woman is being given an examination.
M: Now, I'm going to start off by asking you a difficult question. Why would you like to get this post?
W: Well-first of all I know that your firm has a very good reputation. Then I've heard you offer good opportunities for promotion for the right person.
Q: What do we know from this conversation?
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A) His car was hit by another car.
B) He was hurt while playing volleyball.
C) He fell down the stairs.
D) While crossing the street, he was hit by a car.
W: Did you hear Mike is in hospital with head injuries and a broken arm?
M: Yes, apparently he was struck by another vehicle and turned completely over.
Q: What happened to Mike?
A) Took a photo of him.
B) Bought him a picture.
C) Held a birthday party.
D) Bought him a frame for his picture.
M: Could you help me to decide what I should buy for my brother's birthday?
W: Remember, you took a picture of him at his last birthday party? Why not buy him a frame so that he can fix the picture in it.
Q: What did the man do last year for his brother's birthday?
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A) Women's rights in society.
B) The woman's job is a librarian.
C) An important election.
D) Career planning.
W: We all talk about how liberated we are, but in fact women are still not equally treated.
M: I don't think so. You've got the vote, you've got your careers-I think you've got everything important.
Q: What are they arguing about?
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A) She totally agrees with him.
B) She thinks it is easier said than done.
C) She feels that what he says is simply nonsense.
D) She thinks that he is rather impolite person.
M: It's partly your own fault. You should never let in anyone like that unless you're expecting him.
W: It's all very well to say that, but someone comes to the door and says "electricity" or "gas" and you automatically think he is OK, especially if he shows you a card.
Q: How does the woman feel about the man's remarks?