Question No. 14
M： I’m Pat Smith with MKS TV, and I’d like to know how you use your cellphone.
W： Sure. I send messages, listen to music…
M： How about photos?
W： Not often. Real cameras are better.
M： Don’t you talk with friends or play games?
W： Well, I’m not interested in games, but I love chatting.
Question No. 15
W： Oh, you’re back! How was your run?
M： It was OK. I jogged through the park.
W： Why don’t you get cleaned up?
M： No, thanks. I’m fine.
W： But we have guests coming over for dinner soon.
M： Well… I didn’t sweat so much.
W： You really need to look your best.
M： All right.
Question No. 16
W： Excuse me. Does the next train stop at Wakefield?
M： No, but the 2:13 local train does.
W： I see.
M： But if you take the 2:30 express and transfer to a local at Midland, you can save ten minutes.
W： Well, it’s only ten minutes, and I don’t like changing trains.
Questions No. 17 to 19
W： May I help you?
M： Yes, I’d like to know about one-day tours next Saturday.
W： Certainly. We still have a few spaces available.
W： On Tour A, you’ll visit the Museum of Fine Arts and the Harvard Museum of Natural History. After lunch, you can enjoy the New England Aquarium.
M： Oh, can we visit the baseball stadium?
W： Yes, Tour B includes Fenway Park, instead of the natural history museum. Everything else is the same.
M： That sounds better, but my kids might be bored at the art museum.
W： In that case, Tour C is quite different and rather popular for families with small children because the Franklin Park Zoo is included.
M： Are there any other differences?
W： Yes. You can enjoy a lunchtime cruise of Boston Harbor.
W： Also, in the morning, you’ll visit the Museum of Science, not the art museum, followed by the baseball stadium.
M： That’s perfect!
【解答】 2015年度 追試験 第３問
問14 ② 問15 ④
問17 ① 問18 ④