剑桥雅思9听力test2 section1 part2

[00:01.32]Now,thinking about the room itself,we have a number of options.

[00:05.47]You can have a single study bedroom or you can have a shared one.

[00:09.40]These are both what we call simple rooms.

[00:12.39]The other alternative is to opt for a single bedsit which actually has more space and better facilities.

[00:19.05]There's about £20 a week difference between them.

[00:22.41]Well,actually my grant is quite generous and I think the bedsit sounds the best option.

[00:28.35]Lovely.I'll put you down for that and we'll see what availability is like.

[00:33.07]Now can I ask some other personal details which we like to have on record?

[00:36.53]Yes,of course.

[00:38.16]I wonder if you could let us know what your interests are.

[00:41.25]This might help us get a closer match for placing you in a particular hall.

[00:46.56]Ummm.Well.I love the theatre.

[00:49.19]Right.

[00:50.08]And I enjoy sports,particularly badminton.

[00:53.56]That's worth knowing.Now,what we finish with on the form is really a list from you of 

[00:59.17]what your priorities are in choosing a hall and we'll do our best to take these into account.

[01:05.28]Well,the first thing is I'd prefer a hall where there are other mature students,if possible.

[01:11.34]Yes,we do have halls which tend to cater for slightly older students.

[01:14.57]Ummm and I'd prefer to be out of town.

[01:20.33]That's actually very good for you because we tend to have more vacancies in out-of -town halls.

[01:25.25]Lucky!

[01:26.14]Yes.Angthing else?

[01:29.04]Well,I would like somewhere with a shared area,a TV room for example,

[01:33.34]or something like that.It's a good way to socialise.

[01:36.06]It certainly is.

[01:37.14]That's it.

[01:39.33]Now,we just need a contact telephone number for you.

[01:43.31]Sure,I'll just find it.It's double 67549.

[01:50.46]Great,so we'll be in contact with you as soon as possible...

TEST 2
SECTION 1-2
MAN: Now,thinking about the room itself,we have a number of options.You can have a single study bedroom or you can have a shared one.These are both what we call simple rooms.The other alternative is to opt for a single bedsit which actually has more space and better facilities.There’s about £20 a week difference between them.
WOMAN: Well,actually my grant is quite generous and I think the bedsit sounds the best option.
MAN: Lovely.I’ll put you down for that and we’ll see what availability is like.Now can I ask some other personal details which we like to have on record?
WOMAN: Yes,of course.
MAN: I wonder if you could let us know what your interests are.This might help us get a closer match for placing you in a particular hall.
WOMAN: Ummm.Well.I love the theatre.
MAN: Right.
WOMAN: And I enjoy sports,particularly badminton.
MAN: That’s worth knowing.Now,what we finish with on the form is really a list from you of what your priorities are in choosing a hall and we’ll do our best to take these into account.
WOMAN: Well,the first thing is I’d prefer a hall where there are other mature students,if possible.
MAN: Yes,we do have halls which tend to cater for slightly older students.
WOMAN: Ummm and I’d prefer to be out of town.
MAN: That’s actually very good for you because we tend to have more vacancies in out-of -town halls.
WOMAN: Lucky!
MAN: Yes.Angthing else?
WOMAN: Well,I would like somewhere with a shared area,a TV room for example,or something like that.It’s a good way to socialise.
MAN: It certainly is.
WOMAN: That’s it.
MAN: Now,we just need a contact telephone number for you.
WOMAN: Sure,I’ll just find it.It’s double 67549.
MAN: Great,so we’ll be in contact with you as soon as possible…

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