M: Before we play again, I’m going to buy a good tennis racket.
W: Your shoes aren’t in a very good shape either.
Q: What does the woman mean?

M: Barbara, I’d like you could assist me in the lab demonstration. But aren’t you supposed to go to Dr. Smith’s lecture today?
W: I ask Cathy to take notes for me.
Q: What do we learn from the conversation?

W: Steve invited me to the dinner party on Sunday evening. Have you received your invitation yet?
M: Yes, he found me this morning and told me he wanted all his old classmates to come to the reunion.
Q: What do we learn from the conversation?

W: I’m afraid I’m a little bit seasick. I feel dizzy.
M: Close your eyes and relax. You’ll be all right as soon as we come at shore.
Q: Where does the conversation most probably take place?

W: I wonder what’s happened to our train. It should have been here twenty minutes ago according to the timetable. But it’s already 9:30.
M: There’s no need to get nervous. The announcement says it’s forty minutes late.
Q: When is the train arriving?

M: John is handsome and wealthy. Believe it or not, he is still a bachelor.
W: He is a notorious guy in many girls’ eyes. I’m sick of hearing his name.
Q: What does the woman mean?

M: Cars had lined up bumper to bumper. And I’ve been held up on the express way for the entire hour.
W: Really? It must be a pain in the neck. But be patient, anyway, you can do nothing but wait.
Q: What do we learn about the man?

W: Yesterday I was surprised to see Mary using that washing machine you’re going to throw away.
M: Yes, it’s quite old and in a very poor condition. Frankly speaking, that she got it working amazes me a lot.
Q: What does the man imply about Mary?

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