The listening comprehension section for the examination is designed to test your ability to understand spoken conversations and lecture presentations. All answers in this section should be based only upon what is stated or implied by the speakers. You should not take notes or write in your test book at any time. You should not turn the pages until you are told to do so.
Directions: In part A you will listen to short conversations between two people. After each conversation, there will be a spoken question about the ocnversation. None of the conversations or questions will be repeated. After you hear the conversation and the question, read the answers written in your workbook and select the mot appropriate answer. Then, on your answer sheet, find the number that matches the question you are answering and fill in the letter which corresponds to the answer you have selected.
Listen to an example. Sample Answer
On the recording you will hear:
In your workbook, you will read;
(A) He will have some time to do it later.
(B) Any time but now is okay with him.
(C) The woman should pick up the time.
(D) He would like to check the report now.
You learn form the conversation the man is ready to read the report. The best answer to the question "What does the man mean?" is (D), "He would like to check the report now." Therefore, the correct answer is (D).
1. (A) She didn't want to annoy him.
(B) She wouldn't sing if he won't allow it.
(C) She has a new idea to tell him.
(D) She doesn't care if he can hear.
2. (A) He will not complete his thesis.
(B) He could have troubles in doing both at the same time.
(C) He has complet