PET: Listening: Sample 1, Part 1There are seven questions in this part.
For each question there are three pictures and a short recording.
Choose the correct picture.
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Přepis nahrávky1) What does the man receive in the post?
Woman: Here we are John, lots of post for you today. These letters are all for you, and there's a postcard, too.
Man: Oh, is that all? I'm waiting for a parcel from Canada.
2) What did the man buy?
Man: I got most of the shopping. I got the last loaf of bread and some milk, but I'm afraid there weren't any newspapers left.
Woman: But what about the stamps?
Man: Ah... I forgot. I'll go back for them.
Woman: Oh don't worry, I'll go.
3) How can people travel today?
Man: ...and last night's heavy snow storm has made all main roads in the area too dangerous to use. However, the trains are still working normally. But, the airport is closed until tomorrow morning and all ferries are cancelled.
4) What is the date of the wedding anniversary?
Woman: It's Tom and Paula's 25th wedding anniversary this weekend, The actual day is the 26th, but they're having a party on the Saturday, which is the 24th, but what's a couple of days after all those years?
Man:Paula looks so young but I suppose she was quite young when she married?
Woman: Paula? She was 24.
5) What musical instruments does the family have now?
Womanoes Marianne still play the piano?
Man: Yes, she's got it in her room. It's Bob I'm worried about, he really wants to play the drums. If he wants to be a pop star the guitar would be OK, but we've said drums are just too noisy. And to think we spent all that money on a flute and he's hardly used it.
6) What's the weather like in the mountains?
Man:... and I can see the leading cyclists coming towards me now. They look extremely hot and tired. Even without snow to make things dangerous, it's hard work cycling in these mountains. But the cloudy sky means weather conditions here today are perfect for racing.
7) How did the woman learn about the fire?
Woman: Have you heard? There's been a fire in the old paper factory.
Man: Are you sure? There's nothing in the newspaper about it.
Woman: I just saw it on the 6 o'clock news. Turn on the radio and you might hear something about it there.
Man: I'll phone Bob. He always knows what's going on.