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 is Paula glad about?
2. What is her feelings about Heidelberg?
3. What is she doing right now?
4. Who is she with?
5. How were her last two weeks in Heidelberg?
6. What has Tom Sanders been doing since she told him she wasn’t going to California with him?
7. How many times a day does he call her?
8. What else has Paula seen him doing?
9. How many times has she seen him following her?
10. Where has she seen him following her?
11. What did her flatmates tell her she should do?
12. What does Paula think about this?
13. What does she think Tom will eventually do?
14. What might she do if he continues harassing her when she gets back to the university?
15. When will she get back to the university?
16. What kind of boy is Tom?
17. What kind of artist is he?
18. What kind of person is he psychologically?
19. What are the only two things he does normally?
20. What is the usual condition of his apartment?
21. What does Tom always wear?
22. How often does he go out?
23. How many friends does he have?
24. How long did Paula work with Tom in his apartment?
25. How many times did he ask her out to dinner?
26. How many times did they go out for a coffee?
27. What can Paula do for the next two weeks in the Canary Islands?
28. Where will she go after her two weeks there?
29. How long will she he with her parents in Munich?
30. Where will she go after that?
31. What does she hope Tom will have found by then?
32. Who does she hope he will have forgotten about?
Paula Eisenbach is dad she has only one more semester before she finishes her studies. Although she loves Heidelberg, she wants to get away from it. Right now she’s sunbathing on a long beach in the Canary Islands. She’s with her parents, away from the university and away from Tom Sanders. Her last two weeks in Heidelberg were unbearable. Ever since she told Tom she wasn’t interested in going with him to California, he’s been calling her. He calls her at least three times a day. Twice Paula has seen him following her between the university buildings. Her two flatmates told her she should call the police, but Paula doesn’t think it’s necessary. She thinks Tom will eventually get over his infatuation with her and leave her alone. If he continues harassing her when she gets back to Heidelberg in January, then she may go to the police. Tom’s a strange boy. He a very talented artist but he’s extremely introverted. He never does anything but work on his drawings and talk about how he hates the food in Germany. His apartment is always messy and he always wears either the same blue suit without a tie or a Disneyland T-shirt. He never goes out and doesn’t seem to have any friends. She worked at his apartment for about two months and he never asked her out to dinner or even to have a coffee. For the next two weeks, however, Paula can forget about Tom and enjoy the sun and the beach. She’ll spend another week with her parents in Munich before heading back to Heidelberg. By then, hopefully Tom will have found another person to help him and will have forgotten about Paula.