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Fine-Grained Tasks: multiple-choice-qa
Languages: English
Multilinguality: monolingual
Size Categories: 10K<n<100K
Language Creators: expert-generated
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Source Datasets: original
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id (int32)dialogue_id (string)dialogue (sequence)question (string)choice (sequence)answer (string)
0
"5-510"
[ "M: I am considering dropping my dancing class. I am not making any progress.", "W: If I were you, I stick with it. It's definitely worth time and effort." ]
"What does the man suggest the woman do?"
[ "Consult her dancing teacher.", "Take a more interesting class.", "Continue her dancing class." ]
"Continue her dancing class."
1
"7-200"
[ "W: Well, I'm afraid my cooking isn't to your taste.", "M: Actually, I like it very much.", "W: I'm glad you enjoy it. Let me serve you some more fish.", "M: No, thank you. I've had enough fish, but I'd like some soup.", "W: Here it is. Help yourself!", "M: Thanks. I didn't know you were so good at cooking. If only my wife could learn to cook from you.", "W: Why not bring your wife next time? I haven't seen her for quite a while.", "M: OK, I will. She will be very glad to see you, too. Thank you for the wonderful meal." ]
"What does the man think of the woman's cooking?"
[ "It's really terrible.", "It's very good indeed.", "It's better than what he does." ]
"It's very good indeed."
2
"7-200"
[ "W: Well, I'm afraid my cooking isn't to your taste.", "M: Actually, I like it very much.", "W: I'm glad you enjoy it. Let me serve you some more fish.", "M: No, thank you. I've had enough fish, but I'd like some soup.", "W: Here it is. Help yourself!", "M: Thanks. I didn't know you were so good at cooking. If only my wife could learn to cook from you.", "W: Why not bring your wife next time? I haven't seen her for quite a while.", "M: OK, I will. She will be very glad to see you, too. Thank you for the wonderful meal." ]
"What does the woman ask the man to do?"
[ "Improve cooking skills.", "Bring his wife next time.", "Have some soup." ]
"Bring his wife next time."
3
"12-511"
[ "M: Look at the girl on the bike!", "F: Oh, yes she's really a smart girl." ]
"Where are the two persons?"
[ "At home", "In their classroom", "On the street" ]
"On the street"
4
"16-83"
[ "M: Can you accompany me while I am singing.", "W: I don't play very well, but I will give it a try." ]
"What does the man want the woman to do?"
[ "To play the piano.", "To give a performance.", "To sing a song." ]
"To play the piano."
5
"5-231"
[ "W: I can't figure out what's wrong with my watch. It was just a month ago that I had it repaired.", "M: Don't waste your time and money any more. It's very old watch and it is quite worn out." ]
"What does the man mean?"
[ "It will take about one month to repair the watch.", "The watch is no longer worth repairing.", "It is a good idea to keep the old watch." ]
"The watch is no longer worth repairing."
6
"4-1534"
[ "W: Hello, this is TBC Television Studios. How can I help you?", "M: Hello. I'm calling because I saw an ad in the campus newspaper. It said you wanted an assistant to work on your local news program.", "W: Right. But you do realize that we just need volunteers. It's an unpaid position.", "M: Oh, sure. I understand that. I just want to get some experience working for television news production after I get my degree.", "W: I see. Well, you'll need to talk to Ms. Black. She is in charge of the program. But first, you'll need to come here to fill out an application form. Can you drop by the studio later today?" ]
"Where does the woman work?"
[ "At a university.", "At a TV station.", "At a newspaper office." ]
"At a TV station."
7
"4-1534"
[ "W: Hello, this is TBC Television Studios. How can I help you?", "M: Hello. I'm calling because I saw an ad in the campus newspaper. It said you wanted an assistant to work on your local news program.", "W: Right. But you do realize that we just need volunteers. It's an unpaid position.", "M: Oh, sure. I understand that. I just want to get some experience working for television news production after I get my degree.", "W: I see. Well, you'll need to talk to Ms. Black. She is in charge of the program. But first, you'll need to come here to fill out an application form. Can you drop by the studio later today?" ]
"Why is the man applying for this position?"
[ "He needs a well-paid position.", "He has recently lost another job.", "He wants some working experience." ]
"He wants some working experience."
8
"4-1402"
[ "M: I think it's going to rain.", "W: I guess so. The skies are dark and cloudy." ]
"What is the weather like?"
[ "It's raining.", "It's cloudy.", "It's sunny." ]
"It's cloudy."
9
"4-627"
[ "W: Front desk. Can I help you?", "M: Yeah, hi, this is Room 327. Is your dining room still open?" ]
"Where are the two speakers?"
[ "In a restaurant.", "In a hotel.", "In the street." ]
"In a hotel."
10
"4-274"
[ "M: When did you first find the door broken and things missing?", "W: After I got up, around 5:20. Then I called the police station." ]
"What are they talking about?"
[ "A traffic accident.", "A fire.", "A crime." ]
"A crime."
11
"12-120"
[ "F: The lecture will start at three this afternoon, is that right?", "M: Well, the plan has changed. The lecture will begin at eight tomorrow morning." ]
"What do you know about the lecture?"
[ "It will start at three this afternoon.", "It will start at three tomorrow afternoon.", "It will start at eight tomorrow morning." ]
"It will start at eight tomorrow morning."
12
"4-1369"
[ "W: I wish I knew the times of the trains to London. But our phone's out of order.", "M: Don't worry, Grandma. I'll find out for you on the Internet.", "W: Thank you!" ]
"What is the man going to do?"
[ "Go on the Internet.", "Make a phone call.", "Take a train trip." ]
"Go on the Internet."
13
"4-693"
[ "M: Would you turn off the alarm clock?", "W: Dear, but you said you had a meeting to attend at 8:40." ]
"Will the woman turn off the clock?"
[ "Certainly.", "Maybe.", "No." ]
"No."
14
"11-226"
[ "W: Peterson, shall we go and dance?", "M: OK. But wait a minute. I've just finished my homework, Let me put it in my desk first." ]
"What has Peterson just finished?"
[ "He has just cleaned his desk.", "He has just finished dancing with his friend.", "He has just finished his homework." ]
"He has just finished his homework."
15
"1-57"
[ "Daughter: Guess what, Mom. I got it.", "Mother: Great. That's super.", "Father: What's going on? So, what did you get me?", "Daughter: Nothing. I got my driver's license. Okay. Bye.", "Father: Wait, wait, wait. Where are you going?", "Daughter: Mom said I could take the car to school this morning, and ...", "Father: Hold on here. I've prepared a few rules regarding the use of the motor vehicles in this house.", "Daughter: Like what?", "Father: Let me get my notes here.", "Daughter: Dad! That looks like a book? Mom, Dad's being mean to me.", "Father: Okay, let me get my reading glasses here. Okay, here we are. Rule number one: No driving with friends for the first six months.", "Daughter: What?", "Father: Teenagers often lack the judgment to drive responsibly, especially when several teenagers are involved. I mean they speed, they joyride, they cruise around town way past midnight.", "Daughter: But that's not me! Do I really need this lecture? This is such a drag!", "Father: Furthermore, who really needs a car when a pair of shoes will work? I mean, life was different when I was your age. In fact, I used to walk to school ...", "Daughter: Yeah, yeah. I know. Both ways uphill in ten feet of snow. I've heard this story many times.", "Father: Yeah. Oh, where were we? Oh yes. Rule number two: You always must wear your seat belt and obey the rules of the road.", "Daughter: Duh. I wasn't born yesterday.", "Father: Okay, rule number three: You can't drive long distances at night because you might get drowsy and drive off the road. But driving to the movie theater is fine.", "Daughter: But the movie theater is right across the street from our house.", "Father: Exactly, so you can just park in the driveway and walk there.", "Daughter: Mom! Dad's being unreasonable.", "Father: And rule number four: You should never use a cell phone while driving. That could cause an accident.", "Daughter: But YOU do.", "Father: That's different.", "Daughter: How's it different? You even need my help to turn your cell phone on.", "Father: And rule number five: Remember that I love you, and I'm just a protective father who wants his daughter to always be safe.", "Daughter: Does that mean I can take the car now?", "Father: Well, I don't know.", "Daughter: Please dad, please. You're the best dad in the whole wide world.", "Father: That's not what you said earlier.", "Daughter: Hey, having the car keys in my hands changes my whole perspective on life.", "Father: Well, okay. I guess if I'm considered the best dad in the world for five minutes, then I'll accept that.", "Daughter: Yeah.", "Father: Okay, but drive carefully and don't forget to fill up the car with gas before you come home. [Bye. Love ya guys.] Okay. Hon, do you think I did the right thing?", "Mother: Yeah. She has to grow up sometime." ]
"Why is the girl excited at the beginning of the conversation?"
[ "She has just started driver's education classes at school.", "She is taking her driver's license road test today.", "She has her license and wants to drive now." ]
"She has her license and wants to drive now."
16
"1-57"
[ "Daughter: Guess what, Mom. I got it.", "Mother: Great. That's super.", "Father: What's going on? So, what did you get me?", "Daughter: Nothing. I got my driver's license. Okay. Bye.", "Father: Wait, wait, wait. Where are you going?", "Daughter: Mom said I could take the car to school this morning, and ...", "Father: Hold on here. I've prepared a few rules regarding the use of the motor vehicles in this house.", "Daughter: Like what?", "Father: Let me get my notes here.", "Daughter: Dad! That looks like a book? Mom, Dad's being mean to me.", "Father: Okay, let me get my reading glasses here. Okay, here we are. Rule number one: No driving with friends for the first six months.", "Daughter: What?", "Father: Teenagers often lack the judgment to drive responsibly, especially when several teenagers are involved. I mean they speed, they joyride, they cruise around town way past midnight.", "Daughter: But that's not me! Do I really need this lecture? This is such a drag!", "Father: Furthermore, who really needs a car when a pair of shoes will work? I mean, life was different when I was your age. In fact, I used to walk to school ...", "Daughter: Yeah, yeah. I know. Both ways uphill in ten feet of snow. I've heard this story many times.", "Father: Yeah. Oh, where were we? Oh yes. Rule number two: You always must wear your seat belt and obey the rules of the road.", "Daughter: Duh. I wasn't born yesterday.", "Father: Okay, rule number three: You can't drive long distances at night because you might get drowsy and drive off the road. But driving to the movie theater is fine.", "Daughter: But the movie theater is right across the street from our house.", "Father: Exactly, so you can just park in the driveway and walk there.", "Daughter: Mom! Dad's being unreasonable.", "Father: And rule number four: You should never use a cell phone while driving. That could cause an accident.", "Daughter: But YOU do.", "Father: That's different.", "Daughter: How's it different? You even need my help to turn your cell phone on.", "Father: And rule number five: Remember that I love you, and I'm just a protective father who wants his daughter to always be safe.", "Daughter: Does that mean I can take the car now?", "Father: Well, I don't know.", "Daughter: Please dad, please. You're the best dad in the whole wide world.", "Father: That's not what you said earlier.", "Daughter: Hey, having the car keys in my hands changes my whole perspective on life.", "Father: Well, okay. I guess if I'm considered the best dad in the world for five minutes, then I'll accept that.", "Daughter: Yeah.", "Father: Okay, but drive carefully and don't forget to fill up the car with gas before you come home. [Bye. Love ya guys.] Okay. Hon, do you think I did the right thing?", "Mother: Yeah. She has to grow up sometime." ]
"Which statement is an example of why the father created rule number 1?"
[ "Young drivers sometimes drink and drive.", "Teenagers often drive at high speeds.", "Some kids drive before obtaining a license." ]
"Teenagers often drive at high speeds."
17
"1-57"
[ "Daughter: Guess what, Mom. I got it.", "Mother: Great. That's super.", "Father: What's going on? So, what did you get me?", "Daughter: Nothing. I got my driver's license. Okay. Bye.", "Father: Wait, wait, wait. Where are you going?", "Daughter: Mom said I could take the car to school this morning, and ...", "Father: Hold on here. I've prepared a few rules regarding the use of the motor vehicles in this house.", "Daughter: Like what?", "Father: Let me get my notes here.", "Daughter: Dad! That looks like a book? Mom, Dad's being mean to me.", "Father: Okay, let me get my reading glasses here. Okay, here we are. Rule number one: No driving with friends for the first six months.", "Daughter: What?", "Father: Teenagers often lack the judgment to drive responsibly, especially when several teenagers are involved. I mean they speed, they joyride, they cruise around town way past midnight.", "Daughter: But that's not me! Do I really need this lecture? This is such a drag!", "Father: Furthermore, who really needs a car when a pair of shoes will work? I mean, life was different when I was your age. In fact, I used to walk to school ...", "Daughter: Yeah, yeah. I know. Both ways uphill in ten feet of snow. I've heard this story many times.", "Father: Yeah. Oh, where were we? Oh yes. Rule number two: You always must wear your seat belt and obey the rules of the road.", "Daughter: Duh. I wasn't born yesterday.", "Father: Okay, rule number three: You can't drive long distances at night because you might get drowsy and drive off the road. But driving to the movie theater is fine.", "Daughter: But the movie theater is right across the street from our house.", "Father: Exactly, so you can just park in the driveway and walk there.", "Daughter: Mom! Dad's being unreasonable.", "Father: And rule number four: You should never use a cell phone while driving. That could cause an accident.", "Daughter: But YOU do.", "Father: That's different.", "Daughter: How's it different? You even need my help to turn your cell phone on.", "Father: And rule number five: Remember that I love you, and I'm just a protective father who wants his daughter to always be safe.", "Daughter: Does that mean I can take the car now?", "Father: Well, I don't know.", "Daughter: Please dad, please. You're the best dad in the whole wide world.", "Father: That's not what you said earlier.", "Daughter: Hey, having the car keys in my hands changes my whole perspective on life.", "Father: Well, okay. I guess if I'm considered the best dad in the world for five minutes, then I'll accept that.", "Daughter: Yeah.", "Father: Okay, but drive carefully and don't forget to fill up the car with gas before you come home. [Bye. Love ya guys.] Okay. Hon, do you think I did the right thing?", "Mother: Yeah. She has to grow up sometime." ]
"Why does the father ask the daughter not to drive at night?"
[ "The roads tend to become icy and slippery.", "It is more difficult to see obstacles in the road.", "The girl might fall asleep at the wheel." ]
"The girl might fall asleep at the wheel."
18
"1-57"
[ "Daughter: Guess what, Mom. I got it.", "Mother: Great. That's super.", "Father: What's going on? So, what did you get me?", "Daughter: Nothing. I got my driver's license. Okay. Bye.", "Father: Wait, wait, wait. Where are you going?", "Daughter: Mom said I could take the car to school this morning, and ...", "Father: Hold on here. I've prepared a few rules regarding the use of the motor vehicles in this house.", "Daughter: Like what?", "Father: Let me get my notes here.", "Daughter: Dad! That looks like a book? Mom, Dad's being mean to me.", "Father: Okay, let me get my reading glasses here. Okay, here we are. Rule number one: No driving with friends for the first six months.", "Daughter: What?", "Father: Teenagers often lack the judgment to drive responsibly, especially when several teenagers are involved. I mean they speed, they joyride, they cruise around town way past midnight.", "Daughter: But that's not me! Do I really need this lecture? This is such a drag!", "Father: Furthermore, who really needs a car when a pair of shoes will work? I mean, life was different when I was your age. In fact, I used to walk to school ...", "Daughter: Yeah, yeah. I know. Both ways uphill in ten feet of snow. I've heard this story many times.", "Father: Yeah. Oh, where were we? Oh yes. Rule number two: You always must wear your seat belt and obey the rules of the road.", "Daughter: Duh. I wasn't born yesterday.", "Father: Okay, rule number three: You can't drive long distances at night because you might get drowsy and drive off the road. But driving to the movie theater is fine.", "Daughter: But the movie theater is right across the street from our house.", "Father: Exactly, so you can just park in the driveway and walk there.", "Daughter: Mom! Dad's being unreasonable.", "Father: And rule number four: You should never use a cell phone while driving. That could cause an accident.", "Daughter: But YOU do.", "Father: That's different.", "Daughter: How's it different? You even need my help to turn your cell phone on.", "Father: And rule number five: Remember that I love you, and I'm just a protective father who wants his daughter to always be safe.", "Daughter: Does that mean I can take the car now?", "Father: Well, I don't know.", "Daughter: Please dad, please. You're the best dad in the whole wide world.", "Father: That's not what you said earlier.", "Daughter: Hey, having the car keys in my hands changes my whole perspective on life.", "Father: Well, okay. I guess if I'm considered the best dad in the world for five minutes, then I'll accept that.", "Daughter: Yeah.", "Father: Okay, but drive carefully and don't forget to fill up the car with gas before you come home. [Bye. Love ya guys.] Okay. Hon, do you think I did the right thing?", "Mother: Yeah. She has to grow up sometime." ]
"Why does the daughter dismiss, or not take seriously, rule number 4?"
[ "The father doesn't obey the rule either.", "The rule is an old traffic law that has changed.", "The girl tells the dad the rule doesn't apply to her." ]
"The father doesn't obey the rule either."
19
"1-57"
[ "Daughter: Guess what, Mom. I got it.", "Mother: Great. That's super.", "Father: What's going on? So, what did you get me?", "Daughter: Nothing. I got my driver's license. Okay. Bye.", "Father: Wait, wait, wait. Where are you going?", "Daughter: Mom said I could take the car to school this morning, and ...", "Father: Hold on here. I've prepared a few rules regarding the use of the motor vehicles in this house.", "Daughter: Like what?", "Father: Let me get my notes here.", "Daughter: Dad! That looks like a book? Mom, Dad's being mean to me.", "Father: Okay, let me get my reading glasses here. Okay, here we are. Rule number one: No driving with friends for the first six months.", "Daughter: What?", "Father: Teenagers often lack the judgment to drive responsibly, especially when several teenagers are involved. I mean they speed, they joyride, they cruise around town way past midnight.", "Daughter: But that's not me! Do I really need this lecture? This is such a drag!", "Father: Furthermore, who really needs a car when a pair of shoes will work? I mean, life was different when I was your age. In fact, I used to walk to school ...", "Daughter: Yeah, yeah. I know. Both ways uphill in ten feet of snow. I've heard this story many times.", "Father: Yeah. Oh, where were we? Oh yes. Rule number two: You always must wear your seat belt and obey the rules of the road.", "Daughter: Duh. I wasn't born yesterday.", "Father: Okay, rule number three: You can't drive long distances at night because you might get drowsy and drive off the road. But driving to the movie theater is fine.", "Daughter: But the movie theater is right across the street from our house.", "Father: Exactly, so you can just park in the driveway and walk there.", "Daughter: Mom! Dad's being unreasonable.", "Father: And rule number four: You should never use a cell phone while driving. That could cause an accident.", "Daughter: But YOU do.", "Father: That's different.", "Daughter: How's it different? You even need my help to turn your cell phone on.", "Father: And rule number five: Remember that I love you, and I'm just a protective father who wants his daughter to always be safe.", "Daughter: Does that mean I can take the car now?", "Father: Well, I don't know.", "Daughter: Please dad, please. You're the best dad in the whole wide world.", "Father: That's not what you said earlier.", "Daughter: Hey, having the car keys in my hands changes my whole perspective on life.", "Father: Well, okay. I guess if I'm considered the best dad in the world for five minutes, then I'll accept that.", "Daughter: Yeah.", "Father: Okay, but drive carefully and don't forget to fill up the car with gas before you come home. [Bye. Love ya guys.] Okay. Hon, do you think I did the right thing?", "Mother: Yeah. She has to grow up sometime." ]
"How does the conversation end?"
[ "The father and daughter get in a big fight.", "The girl persuades the father to let her drive the car.", "The mom decides to drive the daughter to school." ]
"The girl persuades the father to let her drive the car."
20
"3-158"
[ "W: What do you think of my new car?", "M: To be honest, it is no better than mine." ]
"What's the man's opinion of the woman's car?"
[ "Her car is better than his.", "Her car is cheaper.", "Her car is not so good." ]
"Her car is not so good."
21
"12-38"
[ "F: Excuse me. Could you tell me the way to the Book Shop?", "M: OK. Turn left at the second crossing, the highest building on the left is the shop." ]
"Where are they talking?"
[ "In a street.", "In the Book Shop.", "In a tall building." ]
"In a street."
22
"15-148"
[ "W: This is a beautiful park. Shall we come again tomorrow?", "M: Don't we have to go shopping?", "W: We can do that in the afternoon, and come here in the morning.", "M: OK. And let's bring Hilda and Julia with us." ]
"Where are they going to do tomorrow afternoon?"
[ "They are going shopping.", "They are going to the park.", "They are going to the cinema with their children." ]
"They are going shopping."
23
"15-55"
[ "W: What did the weatherman say?", "M: It's supposed to clear up this week." ]
"What are the speakers talking about?"
[ "A man.", "The weather.", "An exam." ]
"The weather."
24
"12-470"
[ "F: When will the concert finish?", "M: Well...it starts at six thirty, and will lasts three hours." ]
"When will the concert finish?"
[ "Six thirty.", "Nine thirty.", "Seven thirty." ]
"Nine thirty."
25
"4-1471"
[ "M: Hello, Jean!", "W: Mike Carstairs! My favorite customer. You haven't been in for ages.", "M: No, I haven't. That's right.", "W: How are you?", "M: I'm fine. I heard you weren't well.", "W: Well, I was away for a couple of weeks. But I'm fine now. Ah! You were going to the States, weren't you?", "M: I planned to go there, but I didn't.", "W: Oh, didn't you?", "M: What I have been doing is reorganizing the whole department non-stop since I saw you. And this is the first time I've been in here since Christmas.", "W: Well, it's good to see you. Are you ready to order?" ]
"What does the woman do?"
[ "She is a waitress.", "She is a teacher.", "She is a secretary." ]
"She is a waitress."
26
"4-1471"
[ "M: Hello, Jean!", "W: Mike Carstairs! My favorite customer. You haven't been in for ages.", "M: No, I haven't. That's right.", "W: How are you?", "M: I'm fine. I heard you weren't well.", "W: Well, I was away for a couple of weeks. But I'm fine now. Ah! You were going to the States, weren't you?", "M: I planned to go there, but I didn't.", "W: Oh, didn't you?", "M: What I have been doing is reorganizing the whole department non-stop since I saw you. And this is the first time I've been in here since Christmas.", "W: Well, it's good to see you. Are you ready to order?" ]
"Why haven't they seen each other lately?"
[ "He has been ill.", "He has been busy.", "He has been away." ]
"He has been busy."
27
"11-175"
[ "W: Has Tom moved to the downtown?", "M: No. He is still living in the country." ]
"Where does Tom live?"
[ "In the city.", "In the countryside.", "In the downtown." ]
"In the countryside."
28
"4-227"
[ "W: Hi, John! I'd like to invite you to dinner this evening.", "M: To dinner? What for?", "W: I have passed my driving test!", "M: Congratulations! I'm really glad to hear that.", "W: Thank you! I have been preparing for it for half a year, you know. And I've made it at last.", "M: So, where shall we have our dinner?", "W: How about the Friendship Hotel? I like the food and service there.", "M: I agree. I'll take you there in my car.", "W: Fine. Let's go at half past six." ]
"Why does the woman invite the man to dinner?"
[ "It is her birthday.", "She has passed her driving test.", "It's the man's birthday." ]
"She has passed her driving test."
29
"4-227"
[ "W: Hi, John! I'd like to invite you to dinner this evening.", "M: To dinner? What for?", "W: I have passed my driving test!", "M: Congratulations! I'm really glad to hear that.", "W: Thank you! I have been preparing for it for half a year, you know. And I've made it at last.", "M: So, where shall we have our dinner?", "W: How about the Friendship Hotel? I like the food and service there.", "M: I agree. I'll take you there in my car.", "W: Fine. Let's go at half past six." ]
"Why does the woman want to go to the Friendship Hotel?"
[ "She likes the food and service there.", "The food and service there is the best in the city.", "The prices are reasonable there." ]
"She likes the food and service there."
30
"4-227"
[ "W: Hi, John! I'd like to invite you to dinner this evening.", "M: To dinner? What for?", "W: I have passed my driving test!", "M: Congratulations! I'm really glad to hear that.", "W: Thank you! I have been preparing for it for half a year, you know. And I've made it at last.", "M: So, where shall we have our dinner?", "W: How about the Friendship Hotel? I like the food and service there.", "M: I agree. I'll take you there in my car.", "W: Fine. Let's go at half past six." ]
"How will the two speakers go to the Friendship Hotel?"
[ "By Car.", "By taxi.", "By bike." ]
"By Car."
31
"21-178"
[ "W: Did you cook the soup yourself, Mike? It's delicious.", "M: No. My mother cooked it for me." ]
"Who cooked the soup?"
[ "Mike.", "Mike's mother.", "The man." ]
"Mike's mother."
32
"3-17"
[ "W: Are you having a problem?", "M: Yes. I have to do a research paper for history. There's a major book that I need, but I can't find it.", "W: Did you try the card list?", "M: Yes, but it's not there.", "W: Well, if it's a recent book, it won't be in the card list. All information about books since 1995 is in the computer. I advise you to try that.", "M: No wonder! This book is published in 1998.", "W: All you have to do is to type in the title or the writer's name.", "M: Do you mean it will tell me whether the book is out or not?", "W: Yes, it will. It will also give you the due date if it is out. If the book is in the library, it will tell you where you can find the book." ]
"Where does the conversation probably take place?"
[ "In a library.", "In a classroom.", "In a bookstore." ]
"In a library."
33
"3-17"
[ "W: Are you having a problem?", "M: Yes. I have to do a research paper for history. There's a major book that I need, but I can't find it.", "W: Did you try the card list?", "M: Yes, but it's not there.", "W: Well, if it's a recent book, it won't be in the card list. All information about books since 1995 is in the computer. I advise you to try that.", "M: No wonder! This book is published in 1998.", "W: All you have to do is to type in the title or the writer's name.", "M: Do you mean it will tell me whether the book is out or not?", "W: Yes, it will. It will also give you the due date if it is out. If the book is in the library, it will tell you where you can find the book." ]
"What is the man doing?"
[ "Returning some books.", "Looking for a book.", "Writing a research paper." ]
"Looking for a book."
34
"3-17"
[ "W: Are you having a problem?", "M: Yes. I have to do a research paper for history. There's a major book that I need, but I can't find it.", "W: Did you try the card list?", "M: Yes, but it's not there.", "W: Well, if it's a recent book, it won't be in the card list. All information about books since 1995 is in the computer. I advise you to try that.", "M: No wonder! This book is published in 1998.", "W: All you have to do is to type in the title or the writer's name.", "M: Do you mean it will tell me whether the book is out or not?", "W: Yes, it will. It will also give you the due date if it is out. If the book is in the library, it will tell you where you can find the book." ]
"What does the woman tell the man to do?"
[ "To return the due books.", "To refer to the card list.", "To make use of the computer." ]
"To make use of the computer."
35
"12-524"
[ "F: When did you start your work last night?", "M: I began to work after the TV news finished." ]
"What didn't the man do yesterday?"
[ "Watch TV.", "Work.", "Play games." ]
"Play games."
36
"7-153"
[ "W: Have you been wasting your time on those online games again?", "M: Not really. I've worked on my term paper a lot this week and I need a break." ]
"What is the man doing now?"
[ "Writing his term paper.", "Having a coffee break.", "Playing computer games." ]
"Playing computer games."
37
"4-62"
[ "W: Well, the salad's almost ready. How's the beef going? I'm starving.", "M: So am I. The beef looks just about ready. Just one minute ... ow!", "W: What's the matter?", "M: Oh, my finger, I burned my finger!", "W: Oh, wait, I'll get some ice and put it on your finger.", "M: OK.", "W: There.", "M: Ah, ah, much better. The ice really works.", "W: How does it feel?", "M: Oh, I feel good. Thanks. Let's eat." ]
"What are the speakers doing?"
[ "Cooking.", "Working.", "Having dinner." ]
"Cooking."
38
"4-62"
[ "W: Well, the salad's almost ready. How's the beef going? I'm starving.", "M: So am I. The beef looks just about ready. Just one minute ... ow!", "W: What's the matter?", "M: Oh, my finger, I burned my finger!", "W: Oh, wait, I'll get some ice and put it on your finger.", "M: OK.", "W: There.", "M: Ah, ah, much better. The ice really works.", "W: How does it feel?", "M: Oh, I feel good. Thanks. Let's eat." ]
"What happened to the man's finger?"
[ "It's cut.", "It's burnt.", "It's wounded." ]
"It's burnt."
39
"4-62"
[ "W: Well, the salad's almost ready. How's the beef going? I'm starving.", "M: So am I. The beef looks just about ready. Just one minute ... ow!", "W: What's the matter?", "M: Oh, my finger, I burned my finger!", "W: Oh, wait, I'll get some ice and put it on your finger.", "M: OK.", "W: There.", "M: Ah, ah, much better. The ice really works.", "W: How does it feel?", "M: Oh, I feel good. Thanks. Let's eat." ]
"What was put on the man's finger?"
[ "The ice.", "The bandage.", "The cream." ]
"The ice."
40
"5-881"
[ "M: This TV set is getting worse and worse. Now it doesn't work at all.", "W: Here's an advertisement on the newspaper about a big TV sale. Usually a big sale like this would have some good bargains. What would you say?" ]
"What does the woman suggest?"
[ "They have to bargain on the sale.", "The TV set is usually on sale.", "They go to buy a TV set at a bargain price." ]
"They go to buy a TV set at a bargain price."
41
"21-121"
[ "M: When in Rome, do as the Romans do, they say.", "W: What do the Romans do?", "M: They live in Rome, of course, and go to work by car or bus. But sometimes it takes too long that way because of the traffic jams, so they walk.", "W: In other words, the Romans do what everyone else does.", "M: Yes, but they do it differently. Everything is different.", "W: What do you mean?", "M: Well, the climate is different for a start. It doesn't rain so much as it does in England. The sun shines more often.", "W: I envy them for the sun.", "M: I Know. You hate the rain, don't you?", "W: I certainly do.", "M: And a Roman really loves life. They always eat spaghetti and drink wine.", "W: Not always, but they like a good meal. Lots of tourists go to Rome just for food.", "M: Sure." ]
"What's the relationship between the two persons?"
[ "Wife and husband.", "Salesman and customer.", "Teacher and student." ]
"Wife and husband."
42
"21-121"
[ "M: When in Rome, do as the Romans do, they say.", "W: What do the Romans do?", "M: They live in Rome, of course, and go to work by car or bus. But sometimes it takes too long that way because of the traffic jams, so they walk.", "W: In other words, the Romans do what everyone else does.", "M: Yes, but they do it differently. Everything is different.", "W: What do you mean?", "M: Well, the climate is different for a start. It doesn't rain so much as it does in England. The sun shines more often.", "W: I envy them for the sun.", "M: I Know. You hate the rain, don't you?", "W: I certainly do.", "M: And a Roman really loves life. They always eat spaghetti and drink wine.", "W: Not always, but they like a good meal. Lots of tourists go to Rome just for food.", "M: Sure." ]
"What does the woman hate?"
[ "Sun.", "Rain.", "Spaghetti." ]
"Rain."
43
"21-121"
[ "M: When in Rome, do as the Romans do, they say.", "W: What do the Romans do?", "M: They live in Rome, of course, and go to work by car or bus. But sometimes it takes too long that way because of the traffic jams, so they walk.", "W: In other words, the Romans do what everyone else does.", "M: Yes, but they do it differently. Everything is different.", "W: What do you mean?", "M: Well, the climate is different for a start. It doesn't rain so much as it does in England. The sun shines more often.", "W: I envy them for the sun.", "M: I Know. You hate the rain, don't you?", "W: I certainly do.", "M: And a Roman really loves life. They always eat spaghetti and drink wine.", "W: Not always, but they like a good meal. Lots of tourists go to Rome just for food.", "M: Sure." ]
"What do lots of tourists go to Rome for?"
[ "Different.", "Shining sun.", "Food." ]
"Food."
44
"12-176"
[ "W: What do you think of your hotel?", "M: Not very good, I'm afraid." ]
"What does the woman mean?"
[ "She wants to know how the man found the hotel.", "She wants to know how the man likes the hotel.", "She thinks the hotel is not very good." ]
"She wants to know how the man likes the hotel."
45
"4-799"
[ "W: Hi, Mike! How are you feeling now?", "M: How did you know I was here? Is it Tom?", "W: I was talking with Bob yesterday and I learnt your right leg had been injured. How did it happen?", "M: Their right back Tom knocked me down when I rushed to their goal with the ball.", "W: Wow! He must have hit you hard.", "M: Of course. He hit me from the back and sent me rolling over and over. At the time I had a lot of pain. Anyway, they brought me here.", "W: Nothing serious, I hope.", "M: The doctor said there weren't any internal injuries, but that I'd better stay here a couple of days.", "W: Well, Mike. Take it easy.", "M: Thank you for your coming. And thanks for the flowers." ]
"Where does the conversation take place?"
[ "In a hospital.", "In a playground.", "In the man's home." ]
"In a hospital."
46
"4-799"
[ "W: Hi, Mike! How are you feeling now?", "M: How did you know I was here? Is it Tom?", "W: I was talking with Bob yesterday and I learnt your right leg had been injured. How did it happen?", "M: Their right back Tom knocked me down when I rushed to their goal with the ball.", "W: Wow! He must have hit you hard.", "M: Of course. He hit me from the back and sent me rolling over and over. At the time I had a lot of pain. Anyway, they brought me here.", "W: Nothing serious, I hope.", "M: The doctor said there weren't any internal injuries, but that I'd better stay here a couple of days.", "W: Well, Mike. Take it easy.", "M: Thank you for your coming. And thanks for the flowers." ]
"What do we know about the man?"
[ "He was knocked down in the street.", "He got injured in a football match.", "He was on the same team as Tom." ]
"He got injured in a football match."
47
"1-105"
[ "Norman: Hey, neighbor. How's it going?", "Shawn: Fine. How about you?", "Norman: Okay. Huh, by the way, my wife and I are going out of town this weekend, and I was wondering if you could take care of some of our animals while we're gone. You know our dog, Jaws, don't you?", "Shawn: Yeah. My leg still hurts from the last incident.", "Norman: Hey, he's just a playful little beast.", "Shawn: Right.", "Norman: Hey, he likes to bark a little, and his bark is worse than his bite.", "Shawn: Oh yeah.", "Norman: Just feed him a can of dog food a day, and make sure he has plenty of water in his dish. [Oh] And then, take him for a walk around the block.", "Shawn: Well, how about if I just throw a Frisbee over the fence to give him some exercise? Wouldn't that work?", "Norman: Ah, and then, he likes to watch the 3:00 soap opera on Channel 4 [What?] ... and brush his teeth after you give you some doggie treats around 4:00.", "Shawn: Man, you really pamper your dog.", "Norman: And, then brush his fur for about twenty minutes. He tends to shed this time of year. [Ah, what?] And then scratch him around the ears. Otherwise, he feels neglected.", "Shawn: Is that it?", "Norman: Well, and then there's Claws.", "Shawn: Claws? Who's Claws.", "Norman: Oh, he's the cat we adopted from the animal shelter, but he's a little temperamental.", "Shawn: What do you mean \"temperamental\"?", "Norman: Well, he has mood swings [Mood swings?], but he's been doing better since he's been going to the animal therapist.", "Shawn: A therapist?", "Norman: So, be sure to feed him a half cup of cat food two times a day [What? A therapist ...], and don't forget to put out (on) some soft classical music during his nap time at 2:40 p.m. But don't let him out of the house because he might run away and chase the neighbor's dog.", "Shawn: You have some high-maintenance animals.", "Norman: Not really. And, don't forget to change the cat litter daily, or he might have an accident on the carpet. [Oh, great.] And finally, there's Buttercup.", "Shawn: Buttercup? Who's Buttercu ...? I'm afraid to ask.", "Norman: Ah, she's a sweetie [What?] ... if you know how to handle her right. [Oh, great.] Wait. Let me get her for you. Here you are.", "Shawn: That's ... That's a snake ...[Hold her.] That's a big snake with big fangs. Does the snake go to a therapist, too?", "Norman: Of course not ... just an anger-management class.", "Shawn: Oh! What?", "Norman: I'm joking. Buttercup is a very docile creature, and she never bites anyone she likes. If she doesn't, you'll know because she starts hissing and staring at you ... kind like what she's doing now.", "Shawn: Well, I'm leaving. You must be going out of you mind to think I'm going to watch a zoo full of misunderstood animals. You'd better hire some professional help 'cause I wouldn't watch them even if you paid me a million dollars." ]
"What is one of Shawn's concern about the dog?"
[ "It can be somewhat aggressive.", "It eats too much food at one time.", "The dog might mess on his carpet." ]
"It can be somewhat aggressive."
48
"1-105"
[ "Norman: Hey, neighbor. How's it going?", "Shawn: Fine. How about you?", "Norman: Okay. Huh, by the way, my wife and I are going out of town this weekend, and I was wondering if you could take care of some of our animals while we're gone. You know our dog, Jaws, don't you?", "Shawn: Yeah. My leg still hurts from the last incident.", "Norman: Hey, he's just a playful little beast.", "Shawn: Right.", "Norman: Hey, he likes to bark a little, and his bark is worse than his bite.", "Shawn: Oh yeah.", "Norman: Just feed him a can of dog food a day, and make sure he has plenty of water in his dish. [Oh] And then, take him for a walk around the block.", "Shawn: Well, how about if I just throw a Frisbee over the fence to give him some exercise? Wouldn't that work?", "Norman: Ah, and then, he likes to watch the 3:00 soap opera on Channel 4 [What?] ... and brush his teeth after you give you some doggie treats around 4:00.", "Shawn: Man, you really pamper your dog.", "Norman: And, then brush his fur for about twenty minutes. He tends to shed this time of year. [Ah, what?] And then scratch him around the ears. Otherwise, he feels neglected.", "Shawn: Is that it?", "Norman: Well, and then there's Claws.", "Shawn: Claws? Who's Claws.", "Norman: Oh, he's the cat we adopted from the animal shelter, but he's a little temperamental.", "Shawn: What do you mean \"temperamental\"?", "Norman: Well, he has mood swings [Mood swings?], but he's been doing better since he's been going to the animal therapist.", "Shawn: A therapist?", "Norman: So, be sure to feed him a half cup of cat food two times a day [What? A therapist ...], and don't forget to put out (on) some soft classical music during his nap time at 2:40 p.m. But don't let him out of the house because he might run away and chase the neighbor's dog.", "Shawn: You have some high-maintenance animals.", "Norman: Not really. And, don't forget to change the cat litter daily, or he might have an accident on the carpet. [Oh, great.] And finally, there's Buttercup.", "Shawn: Buttercup? Who's Buttercu ...? I'm afraid to ask.", "Norman: Ah, she's a sweetie [What?] ... if you know how to handle her right. [Oh, great.] Wait. Let me get her for you. Here you are.", "Shawn: That's ... That's a snake ...[Hold her.] That's a big snake with big fangs. Does the snake go to a therapist, too?", "Norman: Of course not ... just an anger-management class.", "Shawn: Oh! What?", "Norman: I'm joking. Buttercup is a very docile creature, and she never bites anyone she likes. If she doesn't, you'll know because she starts hissing and staring at you ... kind like what she's doing now.", "Shawn: Well, I'm leaving. You must be going out of you mind to think I'm going to watch a zoo full of misunderstood animals. You'd better hire some professional help 'cause I wouldn't watch them even if you paid me a million dollars." ]
"What is Shawn supposed to do between 3:00-4:00 p.m. for the dog?"
[ "Take the dog for some exercise with a Frisbee.", "Feed him an afternoon doggie treat for a snack.", "Let the dog watch a program on television." ]
"Let the dog watch a program on television."
49
"1-105"
[ "Norman: Hey, neighbor. How's it going?", "Shawn: Fine. How about you?", "Norman: Okay. Huh, by the way, my wife and I are going out of town this weekend, and I was wondering if you could take care of some of our animals while we're gone. You know our dog, Jaws, don't you?", "Shawn: Yeah. My leg still hurts from the last incident.", "Norman: Hey, he's just a playful little beast.", "Shawn: Right.", "Norman: Hey, he likes to bark a little, and his bark is worse than his bite.", "Shawn: Oh yeah.", "Norman: Just feed him a can of dog food a day, and make sure he has plenty of water in his dish. [Oh] And then, take him for a walk around the block.", "Shawn: Well, how about if I just throw a Frisbee over the fence to give him some exercise? Wouldn't that work?", "Norman: Ah, and then, he likes to watch the 3:00 soap opera on Channel 4 [What?] ... and brush his teeth after you give you some doggie treats around 4:00.", "Shawn: Man, you really pamper your dog.", "Norman: And, then brush his fur for about twenty minutes. He tends to shed this time of year. [Ah, what?] And then scratch him around the ears. Otherwise, he feels neglected.", "Shawn: Is that it?", "Norman: Well, and then there's Claws.", "Shawn: Claws? Who's Claws.", "Norman: Oh, he's the cat we adopted from the animal shelter, but he's a little temperamental.", "Shawn: What do you mean \"temperamental\"?", "Norman: Well, he has mood swings [Mood swings?], but he's been doing better since he's been going to the animal therapist.", "Shawn: A therapist?", "Norman: So, be sure to feed him a half cup of cat food two times a day [What? A therapist ...], and don't forget to put out (on) some soft classical music during his nap time at 2:40 p.m. But don't let him out of the house because he might run away and chase the neighbor's dog.", "Shawn: You have some high-maintenance animals.", "Norman: Not really. And, don't forget to change the cat litter daily, or he might have an accident on the carpet. [Oh, great.] And finally, there's Buttercup.", "Shawn: Buttercup? Who's Buttercu ...? I'm afraid to ask.", "Norman: Ah, she's a sweetie [What?] ... if you know how to handle her right. [Oh, great.] Wait. Let me get her for you. Here you are.", "Shawn: That's ... That's a snake ...[Hold her.] That's a big snake with big fangs. Does the snake go to a therapist, too?", "Norman: Of course not ... just an anger-management class.", "Shawn: Oh! What?", "Norman: I'm joking. Buttercup is a very docile creature, and she never bites anyone she likes. If she doesn't, you'll know because she starts hissing and staring at you ... kind like what she's doing now.", "Shawn: Well, I'm leaving. You must be going out of you mind to think I'm going to watch a zoo full of misunderstood animals. You'd better hire some professional help 'cause I wouldn't watch them even if you paid me a million dollars." ]
"Which point is NOT true about the cat?"
[ "The cat becomes a little moody at times.", "The cat enjoys listening to rock music.", "The cat will run away if it gets outside the house." ]
"The cat enjoys listening to rock music."
50
"1-105"
[ "Norman: Hey, neighbor. How's it going?", "Shawn: Fine. How about you?", "Norman: Okay. Huh, by the way, my wife and I are going out of town this weekend, and I was wondering if you could take care of some of our animals while we're gone. You know our dog, Jaws, don't you?", "Shawn: Yeah. My leg still hurts from the last incident.", "Norman: Hey, he's just a playful little beast.", "Shawn: Right.", "Norman: Hey, he likes to bark a little, and his bark is worse than his bite.", "Shawn: Oh yeah.", "Norman: Just feed him a can of dog food a day, and make sure he has plenty of water in his dish. [Oh] And then, take him for a walk around the block.", "Shawn: Well, how about if I just throw a Frisbee over the fence to give him some exercise? Wouldn't that work?", "Norman: Ah, and then, he likes to watch the 3:00 soap opera on Channel 4 [What?] ... and brush his teeth after you give you some doggie treats around 4:00.", "Shawn: Man, you really pamper your dog.", "Norman: And, then brush his fur for about twenty minutes. He tends to shed this time of year. [Ah, what?] And then scratch him around the ears. Otherwise, he feels neglected.", "Shawn: Is that it?", "Norman: Well, and then there's Claws.", "Shawn: Claws? Who's Claws.", "Norman: Oh, he's the cat we adopted from the animal shelter, but he's a little temperamental.", "Shawn: What do you mean \"temperamental\"?", "Norman: Well, he has mood swings [Mood swings?], but he's been doing better since he's been going to the animal therapist.", "Shawn: A therapist?", "Norman: So, be sure to feed him a half cup of cat food two times a day [What? A therapist ...], and don't forget to put out (on) some soft classical music during his nap time at 2:40 p.m. But don't let him out of the house because he might run away and chase the neighbor's dog.", "Shawn: You have some high-maintenance animals.", "Norman: Not really. And, don't forget to change the cat litter daily, or he might have an accident on the carpet. [Oh, great.] And finally, there's Buttercup.", "Shawn: Buttercup? Who's Buttercu ...? I'm afraid to ask.", "Norman: Ah, she's a sweetie [What?] ... if you know how to handle her right. [Oh, great.] Wait. Let me get her for you. Here you are.", "Shawn: That's ... That's a snake ...[Hold her.] That's a big snake with big fangs. Does the snake go to a therapist, too?", "Norman: Of course not ... just an anger-management class.", "Shawn: Oh! What?", "Norman: I'm joking. Buttercup is a very docile creature, and she never bites anyone she likes. If she doesn't, you'll know because she starts hissing and staring at you ... kind like what she's doing now.", "Shawn: Well, I'm leaving. You must be going out of you mind to think I'm going to watch a zoo full of misunderstood animals. You'd better hire some professional help 'cause I wouldn't watch them even if you paid me a million dollars." ]
"What can we infer from the conversation on the snake's reaction to Shawn?"
[ "The snake appears to warm up to him.", "The snake doesn't care for Shawn at all.", "The snake is extremely shy of Shawn." ]
"The snake doesn't care for Shawn at all."
51
"1-105"
[ "Norman: Hey, neighbor. How's it going?", "Shawn: Fine. How about you?", "Norman: Okay. Huh, by the way, my wife and I are going out of town this weekend, and I was wondering if you could take care of some of our animals while we're gone. You know our dog, Jaws, don't you?", "Shawn: Yeah. My leg still hurts from the last incident.", "Norman: Hey, he's just a playful little beast.", "Shawn: Right.", "Norman: Hey, he likes to bark a little, and his bark is worse than his bite.", "Shawn: Oh yeah.", "Norman: Just feed him a can of dog food a day, and make sure he has plenty of water in his dish. [Oh] And then, take him for a walk around the block.", "Shawn: Well, how about if I just throw a Frisbee over the fence to give him some exercise? Wouldn't that work?", "Norman: Ah, and then, he likes to watch the 3:00 soap opera on Channel 4 [What?] ... and brush his teeth after you give you some doggie treats around 4:00.", "Shawn: Man, you really pamper your dog.", "Norman: And, then brush his fur for about twenty minutes. He tends to shed this time of year. [Ah, what?] And then scratch him around the ears. Otherwise, he feels neglected.", "Shawn: Is that it?", "Norman: Well, and then there's Claws.", "Shawn: Claws? Who's Claws.", "Norman: Oh, he's the cat we adopted from the animal shelter, but he's a little temperamental.", "Shawn: What do you mean \"temperamental\"?", "Norman: Well, he has mood swings [Mood swings?], but he's been doing better since he's been going to the animal therapist.", "Shawn: A therapist?", "Norman: So, be sure to feed him a half cup of cat food two times a day [What? A therapist ...], and don't forget to put out (on) some soft classical music during his nap time at 2:40 p.m. But don't let him out of the house because he might run away and chase the neighbor's dog.", "Shawn: You have some high-maintenance animals.", "Norman: Not really. And, don't forget to change the cat litter daily, or he might have an accident on the carpet. [Oh, great.] And finally, there's Buttercup.", "Shawn: Buttercup? Who's Buttercu ...? I'm afraid to ask.", "Norman: Ah, she's a sweetie [What?] ... if you know how to handle her right. [Oh, great.] Wait. Let me get her for you. Here you are.", "Shawn: That's ... That's a snake ...[Hold her.] That's a big snake with big fangs. Does the snake go to a therapist, too?", "Norman: Of course not ... just an anger-management class.", "Shawn: Oh! What?", "Norman: I'm joking. Buttercup is a very docile creature, and she never bites anyone she likes. If she doesn't, you'll know because she starts hissing and staring at you ... kind like what she's doing now.", "Shawn: Well, I'm leaving. You must be going out of you mind to think I'm going to watch a zoo full of misunderstood animals. You'd better hire some professional help 'cause I wouldn't watch them even if you paid me a million dollars." ]
"What is Shawn's final response to Norman?"
[ "Norman should seek someone who is well-trained with animals.", "Norman should take his animals to the zoo for special care.", "Norman agrees to watch them for a lot of extra money." ]
"Norman should seek someone who is well-trained with animals."
52
"7-106"
[ "M: Excuse me, Madam. My fight is BA6520. Is this my gate?", "W: That's right. Please show your ticket and ID card." ]
"What is the man doing now?"
[ "Checking in.", "Paying money.", "Buying tickets." ]
"Checking in."
53
"7-232"
[ "W: Forgive my mess. We had a party last night. A lot of people came over and they all brought food and drinks.", "M: Yeah, I can tell. Well, I think it's pretty obvious what you'll be doing today." ]
"What will the woman probably do today?"
[ "Get more food and drinks.", "Make a thorough cleaning.", "Ask her friends to come over." ]
"Make a thorough cleaning."
54
"16-67"
[ "M: Anne, please bring your passport with you and at least 2,000 dollars.", "W: I won't forget." ]
"What does the man ask Anne to do?"
[ "He asks Anne to give him his passport and 2,000 dollars.", "He asks Anne to bring her passport and less than 2,000 dollars.", "He asks Anne to bring her passport and 2,000 dollars or more." ]
"He asks Anne to bring her passport and 2,000 dollars or more."
55
"3-40"
[ "W: Flight 331 is being announced. I'd better be on my way. Goodbye. Thanks for all your kind hospitality.", "M: You are welcome. Happy landing." ]
"Where are the two speakers?"
[ "In a plane.", "At the airport.", "At the railway station." ]
"At the airport."
56
"14-23"
[ "M: Hi, Kate. Have you any plans for the weekend?", "W: Yeah, I'm really excited, Jack. I'm going up to New York City for a couple of days.", "M: My roommate's going to New York, too. Are you driving? Maybe you two could ride together.", "W: No, I'm going to take a train to the Plain Station. I've already got my ticket.", "M: So what are you going to do in New York?", "W: I'm visiting a friend I met last summer at the music camp. I shared a camp with Laura and she's just moved to Manhattan. So I'm going up to see her new place.", "M: You two probably have a lot to talk about? Didn't you tell me you were from New York?", "W: No, I'm from California. I've never been to New York before. We are going to hear an opera at Lincoln Center on Saturday night.", "M: Wow, I wish I were going with you." ]
"How will Kate travel to New York?"
[ "She'll ride with the man's roommate.", "She'll drive her own ear.", "She'll take a train." ]
"She'll take a train."
57
"14-23"
[ "M: Hi, Kate. Have you any plans for the weekend?", "W: Yeah, I'm really excited, Jack. I'm going up to New York City for a couple of days.", "M: My roommate's going to New York, too. Are you driving? Maybe you two could ride together.", "W: No, I'm going to take a train to the Plain Station. I've already got my ticket.", "M: So what are you going to do in New York?", "W: I'm visiting a friend I met last summer at the music camp. I shared a camp with Laura and she's just moved to Manhattan. So I'm going up to see her new place.", "M: You two probably have a lot to talk about? Didn't you tell me you were from New York?", "W: No, I'm from California. I've never been to New York before. We are going to hear an opera at Lincoln Center on Saturday night.", "M: Wow, I wish I were going with you." ]
"Where did Laura and Kate meet?"
[ "At a camp.", "On a train.", "At a concert." ]
"At a camp."
58
"14-23"
[ "M: Hi, Kate. Have you any plans for the weekend?", "W: Yeah, I'm really excited, Jack. I'm going up to New York City for a couple of days.", "M: My roommate's going to New York, too. Are you driving? Maybe you two could ride together.", "W: No, I'm going to take a train to the Plain Station. I've already got my ticket.", "M: So what are you going to do in New York?", "W: I'm visiting a friend I met last summer at the music camp. I shared a camp with Laura and she's just moved to Manhattan. So I'm going up to see her new place.", "M: You two probably have a lot to talk about? Didn't you tell me you were from New York?", "W: No, I'm from California. I've never been to New York before. We are going to hear an opera at Lincoln Center on Saturday night.", "M: Wow, I wish I were going with you." ]
"What do Laura and Kate have in common?"
[ "They both know Jack.", "They are both interested in music.", "They both enjoy camping." ]
"They are both interested in music."
59
"12-369"
[ "F: You shouldn't watch TV for a whole day! The exam is coming!", "M: Don't worry, mum. I've got ready for it." ]
"What are they?"
[ "Classmates.", "Friends.", "Mother and son." ]
"Mother and son."
60
"4-880"
[ "W: Excuse me!", "M: Yes?", "W: I'm afraid I am lost. I'm looking for the East Town Shopping Mall.", "M: Did you say the Town Hall?", "W: No. The East Town Mall.", "M: The East Mall? You are lost! That isn't anywhere near here! The East Town Mall is over near the airport.", "W: I'm not near the airport now?", "M: Oh, no! You are on the other side of town. Here is what you should do. Turn around and drive two or three miles down this street. When you see a big hospital on your right, turn left. That's Bloomfield Avenue. Are you following me?", "W: Yes, I think so.", "M: OK. Then drive along Bloomfield Avenue and you'll see the airport on the right and the mall is on the left. Okay?", "W: Yes, thanks very much.", "M: Good luck!" ]
"Where does the woman want to go?"
[ "The Town Hall.", "The East Town Mall.", "The airport." ]
"The East Town Mall."
61
"4-880"
[ "W: Excuse me!", "M: Yes?", "W: I'm afraid I am lost. I'm looking for the East Town Shopping Mall.", "M: Did you say the Town Hall?", "W: No. The East Town Mall.", "M: The East Mall? You are lost! That isn't anywhere near here! The East Town Mall is over near the airport.", "W: I'm not near the airport now?", "M: Oh, no! You are on the other side of town. Here is what you should do. Turn around and drive two or three miles down this street. When you see a big hospital on your right, turn left. That's Bloomfield Avenue. Are you following me?", "W: Yes, I think so.", "M: OK. Then drive along Bloomfield Avenue and you'll see the airport on the right and the mall is on the left. Okay?", "W: Yes, thanks very much.", "M: Good luck!" ]
"Which two places are close to each other?"
[ "The East Town Mall and the Town Hall.", "The East Town Mall and the airport.", "The Town Hall and the airport." ]
"The East Town Mall and the airport."
62
"4-880"
[ "W: Excuse me!", "M: Yes?", "W: I'm afraid I am lost. I'm looking for the East Town Shopping Mall.", "M: Did you say the Town Hall?", "W: No. The East Town Mall.", "M: The East Mall? You are lost! That isn't anywhere near here! The East Town Mall is over near the airport.", "W: I'm not near the airport now?", "M: Oh, no! You are on the other side of town. Here is what you should do. Turn around and drive two or three miles down this street. When you see a big hospital on your right, turn left. That's Bloomfield Avenue. Are you following me?", "W: Yes, I think so.", "M: OK. Then drive along Bloomfield Avenue and you'll see the airport on the right and the mall is on the left. Okay?", "W: Yes, thanks very much.", "M: Good luck!" ]
"What will the woman see in the way to her destination?"
[ "A big hospital.", "East Street.", "The Town Hall." ]
"A big hospital."
63
"14-228"
[ "M: Did you invite John to your birthday party?", "W: I did. But he said he had something important to do tonight." ]
"Why didn't John come to the party?"
[ "He was not invited.", "He was ill.", "He had to do something else." ]
"He had to do something else."
64
"7-385"
[ "M: My roommate and I are going to see a film tonight. And we are leaving at 7:40. Do you want to join us?", "W: Sure. But my class ends at 7:30. And the professor never finishes on time." ]
"What can we learn about the woman?"
[ "She is not sure if she can join them.", "She will skip the class to see the film.", "She will ask the professor for leave." ]
"She is not sure if she can join them."
65
"4-133"
[ "M: I'm Paul Adams, Branch Manager.", "W: Katie Thomas. Pleased to meet you.", "M: I take it you're looking for temporary office work.", "W: That's right.", "M: How old are you, Katie?", "W: I'm eighteen.", "M: That's rather young. What experience have you had?", "W: Well, I've just left school, actually, and I'm looking for a job between now and when I go to college.", "M: It doesn't sound as though we can help, Katie. You see, our clients are very demanding, especially when it comes to the new office technology.", "W: Oh, that's no problem. I took extra classes in office skills at school.", "M: Oh, perhaps you'd like to outline what you've been doing?", "W: I started by learning keyboard skills. Then I went on to learn about word processing.", "M: Good. You seem qualified from the technical point of view." ]
"What would the woman like to do?"
[ "Office work.", "Technical service.", "Sales." ]
"Office work."
66
"4-133"
[ "M: I'm Paul Adams, Branch Manager.", "W: Katie Thomas. Pleased to meet you.", "M: I take it you're looking for temporary office work.", "W: That's right.", "M: How old are you, Katie?", "W: I'm eighteen.", "M: That's rather young. What experience have you had?", "W: Well, I've just left school, actually, and I'm looking for a job between now and when I go to college.", "M: It doesn't sound as though we can help, Katie. You see, our clients are very demanding, especially when it comes to the new office technology.", "W: Oh, that's no problem. I took extra classes in office skills at school.", "M: Oh, perhaps you'd like to outline what you've been doing?", "W: I started by learning keyboard skills. Then I went on to learn about word processing.", "M: Good. You seem qualified from the technical point of view." ]
"What can we learn about the woman?"
[ "She just left college.", "She has been a branch manager.", "She just left middle school." ]
"She just left middle school."
67
"4-133"
[ "M: I'm Paul Adams, Branch Manager.", "W: Katie Thomas. Pleased to meet you.", "M: I take it you're looking for temporary office work.", "W: That's right.", "M: How old are you, Katie?", "W: I'm eighteen.", "M: That's rather young. What experience have you had?", "W: Well, I've just left school, actually, and I'm looking for a job between now and when I go to college.", "M: It doesn't sound as though we can help, Katie. You see, our clients are very demanding, especially when it comes to the new office technology.", "W: Oh, that's no problem. I took extra classes in office skills at school.", "M: Oh, perhaps you'd like to outline what you've been doing?", "W: I started by learning keyboard skills. Then I went on to learn about word processing.", "M: Good. You seem qualified from the technical point of view." ]
"What does the man think of the woman from the technical point of view?"
[ "Careless.", "Qualified.", "Unqualified." ]
"Qualified."
68
"4-1502"
[ "M: Now some doctors are strongly encouraging arm exercises.", "W: Arm exercises? Is that because arms are too fat or too soft?", "M: Actually that's not the main reason. They say that arm exercises can make you physically healthy.", "W: But I was told that arm exercises could raise your blood pressure.", "M: Yes, but the article I read suggests some ways to make up for that.", "W: Really? How?", "M: By adding leg exercises, so that the arms don't do all the work.", "W: And in return, I'm sure that there's a good chance of losing weight.", "M: Sounds right to me.", "W: So what exercises do the experts suggest?", "M: They mentioned quite a few exercises, but one of the most popular ones is cycling.", "W: Good, I must try that." ]
"Why are some experts strongly encouraging arm exercises?"
[ "Because our arms are often too fat.", "Because our arms are often too soft.", "Because arm exercises can build up our health." ]
"Because arm exercises can build up our health."
69
"4-1502"
[ "M: Now some doctors are strongly encouraging arm exercises.", "W: Arm exercises? Is that because arms are too fat or too soft?", "M: Actually that's not the main reason. They say that arm exercises can make you physically healthy.", "W: But I was told that arm exercises could raise your blood pressure.", "M: Yes, but the article I read suggests some ways to make up for that.", "W: Really? How?", "M: By adding leg exercises, so that the arms don't do all the work.", "W: And in return, I'm sure that there's a good chance of losing weight.", "M: Sounds right to me.", "W: So what exercises do the experts suggest?", "M: They mentioned quite a few exercises, but one of the most popular ones is cycling.", "W: Good, I must try that." ]
"What will happen to your blood pressure when you do arm exercises?"
[ "Decrease.", "Increase.", "Keep normal." ]
"Increase."
70
"4-1502"
[ "M: Now some doctors are strongly encouraging arm exercises.", "W: Arm exercises? Is that because arms are too fat or too soft?", "M: Actually that's not the main reason. They say that arm exercises can make you physically healthy.", "W: But I was told that arm exercises could raise your blood pressure.", "M: Yes, but the article I read suggests some ways to make up for that.", "W: Really? How?", "M: By adding leg exercises, so that the arms don't do all the work.", "W: And in return, I'm sure that there's a good chance of losing weight.", "M: Sounds right to me.", "W: So what exercises do the experts suggest?", "M: They mentioned quite a few exercises, but one of the most popular ones is cycling.", "W: Good, I must try that." ]
"What should be done to match the arm exercises?"
[ "Leg exercises.", "Cycling.", "Waist exercises." ]
"Leg exercises."
71
"4-1378"
[ "M: Did you have a lot of friends when you were young?", "W: I didn't really make any close friends then because I like going off in the morning. And I mean, this was on the school holidays: riding a bike away with a few books in the basket and finding a nice place to read." ]
"What did the woman like doing when she was young?"
[ "Riding a bicycle with friends.", "Travelling the country.", "Reading alone." ]
"Reading alone."
72
"11-232"
[ "W: The news report said that a car hit the high building there. Is it serious?", "M: According to the police report, the driver is still alive." ]
"What has caused the accident?"
[ "It was too dark there.", "The driver was too careless.", "It is not mentioned." ]
"It is not mentioned."
73
"3-90"
[ "W: Tom, I rang you yesterday, but you were out.", "M: I'm sorry, Mary. But I came home quite late yesterday about half past nine in the evening. Jim and Betty invited me to go for a picnic.", "W: Oh, how lovely, Tom! And did you like the picnic?", "M: Yes, I liked it very much.", "W: When did you leave, Tom?", "M: Jim and Betty came in their car about ten o'clock in the morning, and we left soon afterwards.", "W: And where did you go for the picnic?", "M: We went to National Park.", "W: Oh, it's lovely in National Park at this time of the year.", "M: Yes, and the sun shone all day.", "W: There's a river in National Park; did you have your lunch near the river?", "M: Yes, we had lunch near the river. Then, after lunch, we went for a walk along the river. Then we climbed up to the top of a hill, and looked at the beautiful view.", "W: What did you do then, Tom?", "M: Well, we went back to the car, and we drove to another part of National Park, and we had afternoon tea there. Then we started to drive home.", "W: Oh, you left early!", "M: Yes, Mary. But it took a long time to reach home because there was a lot of traffic on the road.", "W: Well, that was a lovely day's outing.", "M: Yes, I had a very good time." ]
"How long was Tom away from home yesterday?"
[ "For about 9.5 hours.", "For about 10 hours.", "For about 11.5 hours." ]
"For about 11.5 hours."
74
"3-90"
[ "W: Tom, I rang you yesterday, but you were out.", "M: I'm sorry, Mary. But I came home quite late yesterday about half past nine in the evening. Jim and Betty invited me to go for a picnic.", "W: Oh, how lovely, Tom! And did you like the picnic?", "M: Yes, I liked it very much.", "W: When did you leave, Tom?", "M: Jim and Betty came in their car about ten o'clock in the morning, and we left soon afterwards.", "W: And where did you go for the picnic?", "M: We went to National Park.", "W: Oh, it's lovely in National Park at this time of the year.", "M: Yes, and the sun shone all day.", "W: There's a river in National Park; did you have your lunch near the river?", "M: Yes, we had lunch near the river. Then, after lunch, we went for a walk along the river. Then we climbed up to the top of a hill, and looked at the beautiful view.", "W: What did you do then, Tom?", "M: Well, we went back to the car, and we drove to another part of National Park, and we had afternoon tea there. Then we started to drive home.", "W: Oh, you left early!", "M: Yes, Mary. But it took a long time to reach home because there was a lot of traffic on the road.", "W: Well, that was a lovely day's outing.", "M: Yes, I had a very good time." ]
"Where did Tom have lunch yesterday?"
[ "Near a river.", "On a grassland.", "On a hill top." ]
"Near a river."
75
"3-90"
[ "W: Tom, I rang you yesterday, but you were out.", "M: I'm sorry, Mary. But I came home quite late yesterday about half past nine in the evening. Jim and Betty invited me to go for a picnic.", "W: Oh, how lovely, Tom! And did you like the picnic?", "M: Yes, I liked it very much.", "W: When did you leave, Tom?", "M: Jim and Betty came in their car about ten o'clock in the morning, and we left soon afterwards.", "W: And where did you go for the picnic?", "M: We went to National Park.", "W: Oh, it's lovely in National Park at this time of the year.", "M: Yes, and the sun shone all day.", "W: There's a river in National Park; did you have your lunch near the river?", "M: Yes, we had lunch near the river. Then, after lunch, we went for a walk along the river. Then we climbed up to the top of a hill, and looked at the beautiful view.", "W: What did you do then, Tom?", "M: Well, we went back to the car, and we drove to another part of National Park, and we had afternoon tea there. Then we started to drive home.", "W: Oh, you left early!", "M: Yes, Mary. But it took a long time to reach home because there was a lot of traffic on the road.", "W: Well, that was a lovely day's outing.", "M: Yes, I had a very good time." ]
"What was the weather like yesterday?"
[ "It was cloudy.", "It was windy.", "It was sunny." ]
"It was sunny."
76
"3-90"
[ "W: Tom, I rang you yesterday, but you were out.", "M: I'm sorry, Mary. But I came home quite late yesterday about half past nine in the evening. Jim and Betty invited me to go for a picnic.", "W: Oh, how lovely, Tom! And did you like the picnic?", "M: Yes, I liked it very much.", "W: When did you leave, Tom?", "M: Jim and Betty came in their car about ten o'clock in the morning, and we left soon afterwards.", "W: And where did you go for the picnic?", "M: We went to National Park.", "W: Oh, it's lovely in National Park at this time of the year.", "M: Yes, and the sun shone all day.", "W: There's a river in National Park; did you have your lunch near the river?", "M: Yes, we had lunch near the river. Then, after lunch, we went for a walk along the river. Then we climbed up to the top of a hill, and looked at the beautiful view.", "W: What did you do then, Tom?", "M: Well, we went back to the car, and we drove to another part of National Park, and we had afternoon tea there. Then we started to drive home.", "W: Oh, you left early!", "M: Yes, Mary. But it took a long time to reach home because there was a lot of traffic on the road.", "W: Well, that was a lovely day's outing.", "M: Yes, I had a very good time." ]
"Why did Tom arrive home late?"
[ "They left National Park late.", "The traffic was heavy on the road.", "There's a traffic accident on the road." ]
"The traffic was heavy on the road."
77
"11-102"
[ "W: What's wrong with you?", "M: I fell from the tree and hurt my leg." ]
"What happened to the boy?"
[ "He hurt the tree.", "The tree fell.", "He fell down and hurt his leg." ]
"He fell down and hurt his leg."
78
"7-305"
[ "M: I don't suppose you're free to go skating on Saturday evening, are you?", "W: Actually I am. I was planning to go to a lecture with my sister but it was called off." ]
"What will the woman probably do on Saturday evening?"
[ "Go skating.", "Call her sister.", "Give a lecture." ]
"Go skating."
79
"21-54"
[ "W: I want to buy a sweater in that shop.", "M: I have been there before, and I don't think the styles suit you." ]
"What does the man mean?"
[ "He has bought a sweater in that shop.", "The sweaters are ugly.", "She can't buy a suitable sweater in that shop." ]
"She can't buy a suitable sweater in that shop."
80
"7-101"
[ "W: Where are we going to have the physical education class?", "M: In the gymnasium.", "W: May I stay in the classroom? I've got a really bad stomach ache.", "M: No. You should observe the class in the gym." ]
"Where will the woman be?"
[ "In the classroom.", "In the gym.", "In the hospital." ]
"In the gym."
81
"17-6"
[ "W: Good morning, sir. Could I ask you to register, please?", "M: Certainly. What do I do?", "W: Just fill in this form, if you would, please." ]
"What is the most probable relationship of the two people?"
[ "Salesperson and customer.", "Doctor and patient.", "Receptionist and tourist." ]
"Receptionist and tourist."
82
"20-52"
[ "W: I hear the mayor is planning a tax reduction. Have you any details?", "M: Yes, it was one of his campaign promises and he's seriously trying to make it a reality." ]
"What can be learned about taxes from the conversation?"
[ "Taxes will increase.", "Taxes will be higher.", "Taxes will be lower." ]
"Taxes will be lower."
83
"4-1480"
[ "M: Err. what about the next two days?", "W: Let me see. Tomorrow at 8:30 a.m. in the meeting room, meet managers from 4 departments. At lunch, host Mr. Turner from the MG Company. Nothing special in the afternoon and evening. You can have a good rest.", "M: Mmm, not bad.", "W: But the day after tomorrow you'll have a busy day. Visit the products exhibition in the morning, have a quick lunch, and attend your management classes at 1:30 through to 5:00. Don't forget the party at the Century Palace at 6:00. The whole of your family are going.", "M: What a day!" ]
"What is the relationship between the two speakers?"
[ "Boss and secretary.", "Husband and wife.", "Manager and customer." ]
"Boss and secretary."
84
"4-1480"
[ "M: Err. what about the next two days?", "W: Let me see. Tomorrow at 8:30 a.m. in the meeting room, meet managers from 4 departments. At lunch, host Mr. Turner from the MG Company. Nothing special in the afternoon and evening. You can have a good rest.", "M: Mmm, not bad.", "W: But the day after tomorrow you'll have a busy day. Visit the products exhibition in the morning, have a quick lunch, and attend your management classes at 1:30 through to 5:00. Don't forget the party at the Century Palace at 6:00. The whole of your family are going.", "M: What a day!" ]
"What do we know about the man's company?"
[ "It is small.", "It is doing well.", "It is in business trouble." ]
"It is doing well."
85
"4-1480"
[ "M: Err. what about the next two days?", "W: Let me see. Tomorrow at 8:30 a.m. in the meeting room, meet managers from 4 departments. At lunch, host Mr. Turner from the MG Company. Nothing special in the afternoon and evening. You can have a good rest.", "M: Mmm, not bad.", "W: But the day after tomorrow you'll have a busy day. Visit the products exhibition in the morning, have a quick lunch, and attend your management classes at 1:30 through to 5:00. Don't forget the party at the Century Palace at 6:00. The whole of your family are going.", "M: What a day!" ]
"What is the man going to do at 1:30 p.m. the day after tomorrow?"
[ "Visit an exhibition.", "Go to classes.", "Attend a party." ]
"Go to classes."
86
"17-34"
[ "M: Hello. I'd like some information about your trips to Paris.", "W: Yes, of course. What can I do for you?", "M: Well, how do we travel?", "W: It's a new coach with a washing room and ...", "M: And, er, how many people in a group?", "W: Well, usually about 40 travelers, a driver and a guide to look after you.", "M: Er, um ... we leave from, from Amsterdam?", "W: Yes, and return to Amsterdam.", "M: Is there anything special we'd have to bring?", "W: Oh, we give everyone a list of suitable clothes, etc, to bring. Of course, the space is limited.", "M: Oh, yes. How long in advance would I have to book?", "W: Well, it depends. Usually six to eight weeks.", "M: Well, I am interested in the four-day trip in mid-August. It will be for two people.", "W: That'd be fine. Could you come in and we can go over all the details?", "M: Yes. But can you give me some idea of how much that'll cost?", "W: Um, we haven't got the exact figures at the moment, but, er, something like 250 Euro per person.", "M: OK. Um, I'll come and see you one day next week.", "W: Yes. Thank you for ringing.", "M: Thank you. Bye.", "W: Bye." ]
"Who is the woman?"
[ "A traveler.", "A travel agent.", "A friend of the man." ]
"A travel agent."
87
"17-34"
[ "M: Hello. I'd like some information about your trips to Paris.", "W: Yes, of course. What can I do for you?", "M: Well, how do we travel?", "W: It's a new coach with a washing room and ...", "M: And, er, how many people in a group?", "W: Well, usually about 40 travelers, a driver and a guide to look after you.", "M: Er, um ... we leave from, from Amsterdam?", "W: Yes, and return to Amsterdam.", "M: Is there anything special we'd have to bring?", "W: Oh, we give everyone a list of suitable clothes, etc, to bring. Of course, the space is limited.", "M: Oh, yes. How long in advance would I have to book?", "W: Well, it depends. Usually six to eight weeks.", "M: Well, I am interested in the four-day trip in mid-August. It will be for two people.", "W: That'd be fine. Could you come in and we can go over all the details?", "M: Yes. But can you give me some idea of how much that'll cost?", "W: Um, we haven't got the exact figures at the moment, but, er, something like 250 Euro per person.", "M: OK. Um, I'll come and see you one day next week.", "W: Yes. Thank you for ringing.", "M: Thank you. Bye.", "W: Bye." ]
"Which trip is the man interested in?"
[ "A ten-day trip to Paris.", "A ten-day trip to Amsterdam.", "A four-day trip to Paris." ]
"A four-day trip to Paris."
88
"17-34"
[ "M: Hello. I'd like some information about your trips to Paris.", "W: Yes, of course. What can I do for you?", "M: Well, how do we travel?", "W: It's a new coach with a washing room and ...", "M: And, er, how many people in a group?", "W: Well, usually about 40 travelers, a driver and a guide to look after you.", "M: Er, um ... we leave from, from Amsterdam?", "W: Yes, and return to Amsterdam.", "M: Is there anything special we'd have to bring?", "W: Oh, we give everyone a list of suitable clothes, etc, to bring. Of course, the space is limited.", "M: Oh, yes. How long in advance would I have to book?", "W: Well, it depends. Usually six to eight weeks.", "M: Well, I am interested in the four-day trip in mid-August. It will be for two people.", "W: That'd be fine. Could you come in and we can go over all the details?", "M: Yes. But can you give me some idea of how much that'll cost?", "W: Um, we haven't got the exact figures at the moment, but, er, something like 250 Euro per person.", "M: OK. Um, I'll come and see you one day next week.", "W: Yes. Thank you for ringing.", "M: Thank you. Bye.", "W: Bye." ]
"According to the woman, how long should the man book the trip in advance?"
[ "Six to eight months.", "Six to eight weeks.", "Seven to eight weeks." ]
"Six to eight weeks."
89
"17-34"
[ "M: Hello. I'd like some information about your trips to Paris.", "W: Yes, of course. What can I do for you?", "M: Well, how do we travel?", "W: It's a new coach with a washing room and ...", "M: And, er, how many people in a group?", "W: Well, usually about 40 travelers, a driver and a guide to look after you.", "M: Er, um ... we leave from, from Amsterdam?", "W: Yes, and return to Amsterdam.", "M: Is there anything special we'd have to bring?", "W: Oh, we give everyone a list of suitable clothes, etc, to bring. Of course, the space is limited.", "M: Oh, yes. How long in advance would I have to book?", "W: Well, it depends. Usually six to eight weeks.", "M: Well, I am interested in the four-day trip in mid-August. It will be for two people.", "W: That'd be fine. Could you come in and we can go over all the details?", "M: Yes. But can you give me some idea of how much that'll cost?", "W: Um, we haven't got the exact figures at the moment, but, er, something like 250 Euro per person.", "M: OK. Um, I'll come and see you one day next week.", "W: Yes. Thank you for ringing.", "M: Thank you. Bye.", "W: Bye." ]
"How much per person will the trip cost?"
[ "About 250 Euro.", "About 250 pounds.", "About 215 Euro." ]
"About 250 Euro."
90
"4-933"
[ "W: There you are! I've been looking for you everywhere.", "M: Everywhere? Why? We've been right here all along. At least, I have." ]
"How does the man feel about what the woman said?"
[ "Disappointed.", "Surprised.", "Frightened." ]
"Surprised."
91
"18-15"
[ "W: Police in North London are treating as murder the death of a man thought to be in his forties whose body was found in a pedestrian subway in Neasden. The man leading the hunt is Detective Chief Superintendent John Day, who explains what they know of the man's movements in the early hours of this morning.", "M: What we've learned is the fact that he left the Level One Club, which is a drinking club in Neasden Lane, about 1:30 a.m., and we're trying to account for movements up till 2:15 a. m., because it was about that time he was found by a member of the club, an employee. He was found in the underpass, the pedestrian way, under the North Circular Road. Death was due to multiple head injuries. We understand that there may have been two girls and a man who was drunk in close proximity to the entrance to the subway, who may have seen the man walking in that direction, or any attacker who may have been following him.", "W: About what time would you think that they were there?", "M: Just after half past one to a quarter past two.", "W: Then in that case the gap you have is really quite short. It's only more or less half a hour or forty minutes.", "M: In fact, yes, as short as that.", "W: And how far away from the Neasden underpass was the drinking club?", "M: Fifty meters.", "W: And at the moment you know of no other people in the area whom you want to talk to, other than the drunken man and the two women who were seen with him or near him at some time?", "M: Yes. The club closed at half past one and there may have been other people who left the club who went that way. We understand that there were also minicab drivers parked in the area who may have seen something as well.", "W: As it is, I take it you haven't been able to identify them.", "M: No, not at this stage.", "W: Well, thank you very much." ]
"How old is the man murdered?"
[ "In his thirties.", "In his twenties.", "In his forties." ]
"In his forties."
92
"18-15"
[ "W: Police in North London are treating as murder the death of a man thought to be in his forties whose body was found in a pedestrian subway in Neasden. The man leading the hunt is Detective Chief Superintendent John Day, who explains what they know of the man's movements in the early hours of this morning.", "M: What we've learned is the fact that he left the Level One Club, which is a drinking club in Neasden Lane, about 1:30 a.m., and we're trying to account for movements up till 2:15 a. m., because it was about that time he was found by a member of the club, an employee. He was found in the underpass, the pedestrian way, under the North Circular Road. Death was due to multiple head injuries. We understand that there may have been two girls and a man who was drunk in close proximity to the entrance to the subway, who may have seen the man walking in that direction, or any attacker who may have been following him.", "W: About what time would you think that they were there?", "M: Just after half past one to a quarter past two.", "W: Then in that case the gap you have is really quite short. It's only more or less half a hour or forty minutes.", "M: In fact, yes, as short as that.", "W: And how far away from the Neasden underpass was the drinking club?", "M: Fifty meters.", "W: And at the moment you know of no other people in the area whom you want to talk to, other than the drunken man and the two women who were seen with him or near him at some time?", "M: Yes. The club closed at half past one and there may have been other people who left the club who went that way. We understand that there were also minicab drivers parked in the area who may have seen something as well.", "W: As it is, I take it you haven't been able to identify them.", "M: No, not at this stage.", "W: Well, thank you very much." ]
"Where was the body found?"
[ "In a drinking club.", "In the underpass of a certain road.", "In the London underground." ]
"In the underpass of a certain road."
93
"18-15"
[ "W: Police in North London are treating as murder the death of a man thought to be in his forties whose body was found in a pedestrian subway in Neasden. The man leading the hunt is Detective Chief Superintendent John Day, who explains what they know of the man's movements in the early hours of this morning.", "M: What we've learned is the fact that he left the Level One Club, which is a drinking club in Neasden Lane, about 1:30 a.m., and we're trying to account for movements up till 2:15 a. m., because it was about that time he was found by a member of the club, an employee. He was found in the underpass, the pedestrian way, under the North Circular Road. Death was due to multiple head injuries. We understand that there may have been two girls and a man who was drunk in close proximity to the entrance to the subway, who may have seen the man walking in that direction, or any attacker who may have been following him.", "W: About what time would you think that they were there?", "M: Just after half past one to a quarter past two.", "W: Then in that case the gap you have is really quite short. It's only more or less half a hour or forty minutes.", "M: In fact, yes, as short as that.", "W: And how far away from the Neasden underpass was the drinking club?", "M: Fifty meters.", "W: And at the moment you know of no other people in the area whom you want to talk to, other than the drunken man and the two women who were seen with him or near him at some time?", "M: Yes. The club closed at half past one and there may have been other people who left the club who went that way. We understand that there were also minicab drivers parked in the area who may have seen something as well.", "W: As it is, I take it you haven't been able to identify them.", "M: No, not at this stage.", "W: Well, thank you very much." ]
"Who is the murderer?"
[ "A minicab driver.", "Not known yet.", "Two women." ]
"Not known yet."
94
"5-356"
[ "M: Do you want to turn on the air conditioner or open the window?", "W: I love fresh air if you don't mind." ]
"What can be inferred from the woman's answer?"
[ "She'd like to have the windows open.", "She likes to have the air conditioner on.", "The air is heavily polluted." ]
"She'd like to have the windows open."
95
"20-79"
[ "M: It's a vicious circle, really. It takes me the best part of an hour to get here in the morning, so I honestly never have time for breakfast.", "W: But you should always have something. According to nutrition experts, it's the most important meal of the day.", "M: That's a load of rubbish, if you ask me. It's all very well for them. They've probably got time for it. I haven't. Anyway, when I get to work, I'm plunged into the usual stressful day, and my hunger just sort of evaporates.", "W: Yes. I only live around the corner, but I often skip breakfast myself, but I suppose you could always make up for it at the lunch time.", "M: I should, but more often than not I just grab a cup of coffee and a few biscuits, or a sandwich.", "W: There's nothing wrong with that. That's all I ever have when I'm busy.", "M: Fine, but what happens as the day wears on is that the less you eat, the less you want to eat. Abstinence seems to suppress the appetite, somehow.", "W: Well, I suspect what we ought to be doing is establishing a regular pattern of eating, instead of just grabbing what we can when we can.", "M: Em, a sensible conventional diet. There's no doubt that's the way to go, so shall we now go and do something for a change? You name the restaurant and I'll treat you to lunch.", "W: That will be nice." ]
"How long does it take the man to get to work every morning?"
[ "Nearly an hour", "Half an hour", "More than an hour" ]
"Nearly an hour"
96
"20-79"
[ "M: It's a vicious circle, really. It takes me the best part of an hour to get here in the morning, so I honestly never have time for breakfast.", "W: But you should always have something. According to nutrition experts, it's the most important meal of the day.", "M: That's a load of rubbish, if you ask me. It's all very well for them. They've probably got time for it. I haven't. Anyway, when I get to work, I'm plunged into the usual stressful day, and my hunger just sort of evaporates.", "W: Yes. I only live around the corner, but I often skip breakfast myself, but I suppose you could always make up for it at the lunch time.", "M: I should, but more often than not I just grab a cup of coffee and a few biscuits, or a sandwich.", "W: There's nothing wrong with that. That's all I ever have when I'm busy.", "M: Fine, but what happens as the day wears on is that the less you eat, the less you want to eat. Abstinence seems to suppress the appetite, somehow.", "W: Well, I suspect what we ought to be doing is establishing a regular pattern of eating, instead of just grabbing what we can when we can.", "M: Em, a sensible conventional diet. There's no doubt that's the way to go, so shall we now go and do something for a change? You name the restaurant and I'll treat you to lunch.", "W: That will be nice." ]
"Why does the man skip breakfast?"
[ "He's not hungry in the mornings.", "He doesn't have time for it.", "He thinks what nutrition experts say is rubbish." ]
"He doesn't have time for it."
97
"20-79"
[ "M: It's a vicious circle, really. It takes me the best part of an hour to get here in the morning, so I honestly never have time for breakfast.", "W: But you should always have something. According to nutrition experts, it's the most important meal of the day.", "M: That's a load of rubbish, if you ask me. It's all very well for them. They've probably got time for it. I haven't. Anyway, when I get to work, I'm plunged into the usual stressful day, and my hunger just sort of evaporates.", "W: Yes. I only live around the corner, but I often skip breakfast myself, but I suppose you could always make up for it at the lunch time.", "M: I should, but more often than not I just grab a cup of coffee and a few biscuits, or a sandwich.", "W: There's nothing wrong with that. That's all I ever have when I'm busy.", "M: Fine, but what happens as the day wears on is that the less you eat, the less you want to eat. Abstinence seems to suppress the appetite, somehow.", "W: Well, I suspect what we ought to be doing is establishing a regular pattern of eating, instead of just grabbing what we can when we can.", "M: Em, a sensible conventional diet. There's no doubt that's the way to go, so shall we now go and do something for a change? You name the restaurant and I'll treat you to lunch.", "W: That will be nice." ]
"What does the woman suggest the man do?"
[ "Plan his time better.", "Have a sandwich upon arrival at work.", "Eat more at lunch time." ]
"Eat more at lunch time."
98
"20-79"
[ "M: It's a vicious circle, really. It takes me the best part of an hour to get here in the morning, so I honestly never have time for breakfast.", "W: But you should always have something. According to nutrition experts, it's the most important meal of the day.", "M: That's a load of rubbish, if you ask me. It's all very well for them. They've probably got time for it. I haven't. Anyway, when I get to work, I'm plunged into the usual stressful day, and my hunger just sort of evaporates.", "W: Yes. I only live around the corner, but I often skip breakfast myself, but I suppose you could always make up for it at the lunch time.", "M: I should, but more often than not I just grab a cup of coffee and a few biscuits, or a sandwich.", "W: There's nothing wrong with that. That's all I ever have when I'm busy.", "M: Fine, but what happens as the day wears on is that the less you eat, the less you want to eat. Abstinence seems to suppress the appetite, somehow.", "W: Well, I suspect what we ought to be doing is establishing a regular pattern of eating, instead of just grabbing what we can when we can.", "M: Em, a sensible conventional diet. There's no doubt that's the way to go, so shall we now go and do something for a change? You name the restaurant and I'll treat you to lunch.", "W: That will be nice." ]
"What do the speakers decide to do?"
[ "Grab something to eat together", "Buy a pack of biscuits for lunch", "Treat themselves to a nice meal" ]
"Treat themselves to a nice meal"
99
"21-142"
[ "M: Hello, Amy. Are you coming to my birthday party?", "W: Yes, I am. How do I get to your house from the station?", "M: Well, call me when you get to the station and I'll come and pick you up in my car.", "W: Are you sure it won't be too much trouble?", "M: It's no trouble at all. It only takes about 15 minutes.", "W: Oh, I want to check your phone number. Is it 828816887?", "M: No. It's 81881688.", "W: Oh, really? I'm glad I checked.", "M: What time do you plan to arrive at the station?", "W: I plan to get there around 8:30.", "M: OK. See you then.", "W: See you. Goodbye." ]
"How can the woman get to the man's house?"
[ "She will be picked up at the station.", "She will be picked up at her own house.", "She will take a train there." ]
"She will be picked up at the station."
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