Прослушайте аудио, в котором в естественном темпе прозвучит текст, озвученный два раза разными носителями языка. Постарайтесь детально понять высказывание и ответить на нижеследующие вопросы.
1. What happened to Ines yesterday?
2. Did it happen in the morning?
3. When did it happen?
4. Where was she going at the time?
5. Why was she going to the University?
6. Whose fault was the accident?
7. What kind of car was she driving?
8 What part of Seville was she driving through?
9. What can you say about the streets in that area?
10. What was she doing while she was driving?
11. Who was she talking to?
12. What didn’t she notice in front of her?
13. Did she run the stop sign or did he stop in time?
14. Did she hit another car or did another car hit her?
15. Where did the other car hit her?
16. Was the other car big or small?
17. What kind of car was it?
18. What can you say about the accident?
19. Why wasn’t the accident serious?
20. What did Ines do regarding her phone conversation?
21. Did she get out of her car or stay in it?
22. Did she go to the other car or stay next to hers?
23. Why did she go to the other car?
24. Why was she happy when she saw the other driver?
25. How old was die other driver?
26. Did the other driver smile when he got out of his car?
27. What did he say to Ines when he got out of his car?
28 Did he say hello in Spanish or in French?
29. What kind of accent did he have?
30. What did Ines do when the man said hello to her?
31. Describe the man physically
32. Did he seem like a pleasant or unpleasant person?
33. Docs Ines usually talk a lot or very little?
34. Did she talk a lot this time too?
35. Why didn’t she talk a lot?
36. What did the young man ask her?
37. Did Ines go back to her car or call her boyfriend?
38. What did she get from her car?
39. How long did it take them to finish the paperwork?
40. What was die young Frenchman’s name?
41. What did he invite her to have with him?
42. Where was the coffee shop?
43. Did Ines accept or reject the invitation?
44. What did she do concerning her mobile telephone?
Yesterday, Ines Garcia had a traffic accident. It happened at about 5:45 p.m. when she was driving to the University of Seville for her evening course in Business Management and Finance. The accident was her fault. She was driving her car, a Ford Puma, through the narrow streets in the center of Seville. At the same time, she was a talking with Paco, her boyfriend, on her mobile telephone. She was listening to her boyfriend and didn’t notice a stop sign in front of her. She ran the stop sign and another car hit her on the passenger side. Fortunately, it was a small car too, an Opel Corsa, and, as a result, the accident wasn’t serious. Ines cut her phone conversation and got out of the car. She went to the other car to speak to the driver. She was happy to see that the other driver was a young man, probably the same age as her. When he got out of his car, he smiled and said hello in Spanish but with a French accent. Ines simply looked at him and didn’t say anything. He was tall and very attractive. He seemed like a very pleasant person. Ines usually talks a lot, but this time she didn’t know what to say. The young man asked her if she had her car papers. Ines went back to her car and got the papers. They finished the paperwork in less than ten minutes. Then, the young Frenchman, whose name was Francis Monet, invited her to have a coffee in a coffee shop across the street. Ines accepted and disconnected her mobile telephone.