YKItreenit, englanti: Keskusteluja 1 (PT)

Kuuntele kukin keskustelu kahteen kertaan. Valitse toisen kuuntelukerran jälkeen kysymykseen parhaiten sopiva vaihtoehto.

1. Mistä pariskunta keskustelee? Miehen
Man: I'm coming home late tonight.
Woman: Why's that?
Man: We have a meeting with the people from New Media tomorrow, and I need to go through all our plans with Freddie and June.
Woman: What time do you expect to be back?
Man: Oh, I can't say anything about that... Around ten o'clock at the earliest.
Woman: All right. I'll put the kids to bed before that.
2. Mistä mies ei pysty sanomaan mitään?
3. Mistä mies ja nainen keskustelevat?
Man: What kind of weather do they have in Europe this time of year?
Woman: Let me see…The guidebook says that France is mostly sunny with the possibility of light showers. Temperatures range from 15 to 20 degrees Celsius. Oh, I don't really know what that means, is that warm or cold?
Man: I have no idea! I'm still trying to figure out the difference between a pound, a euro and a Swedish crown.
Woman: Hold on, I believe zero degrees is the freezing point, so above zero would mean that it's not freezing, does that help?
Man: Well, some, I guess… But is it still cold? I don't know. I think I'll log onto the net and check the temperature in Farenheit.
4. Miten nainen selvittää ongelman?
5. Ketkä Jamesin suvussa ovat pelanneet krikettiä? Hänen
Reporter: James, you won your first championship at the age of 18. Now, 20 years later, you're still going strong. What has kept you interested in cricket?
James: I think it's in my blood. My father was a cricket enthusiast as well as my grandfather and all my brothers. So I'm descended from a long line of serious cricket players, so it has been part of my life from the day I was born.
Reporter: You have three sons yourself, do they all play cricket?
James: Well, yes and no. They're all certainly acquainted with the world of cricket, and Jonah, my eldest son, is an extremely good player, but he, as his brothers, have lives of their own, and I try not to push them into anything. William, who's my youngest son and has a good touch for cricket, is only 10, so he might end up being one of the new generation of players, but still, he's more into football at the moment, which to me sounds a bit frightful, a world I know absolutely nothing about.
6. Mitä James sanoo pojistaan?
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