A. Listen and circle the correct answer, a, b, or c.
1 Where did the woman go at the weekend?
a to the cinema b nowhere
c to the beach
2 The man doesn’t eat enough _______.
a fruit b fish c vegetables
3 How often does the woman go to the gym?
a only on Friday b twice a week
c every day
4 What time does the woman get up?
a 7.00 b 7.15 c 7.30
5 What do the men have in common?
a They drink coffee.
b They used to be married.
c They’re teachers.
1 b 2 b 3 b 4 b 5 b
A Did you have a good weekend?
B Yeah, fine, thanks.
A Did you go anywhere nice?
B Well, we wanted to go to the beach but the weather was awful, so we didn’t.
A Did you go out on Saturday night?
B No, we stayed at home and watched a film.
A Do you eat a lot of fast food?
B No, almost none. I think my diet is quite healthy. I eat lots of fruit and vegetables, although I should probably eat more fish.
A How often do you go to the gym.
B Not as often as I’d like to.
A I thought you went every day!
B No, only Mondays and Fridays now. I’m too busy.
A What time do you get up?
B I wake up at 7.00 but I always go back to sleep for fifteen minutes. Then I get up.
A Do you want a coffee?
B No, I don’t drink coffee, thanks.
A What do you do?
B I’m a teacher. What about you?
A I work in computers.
B Are you married?
B So am I.
B. Listen and write M (the man), W (the woman), or B (both).
1 went to bed late ____
2 is good in the mornings ____
3 went to Liverpool University ____
4 studied Economics ____
5 knows Fiona
1 M 2 W 3 B 4 M 5 B
B Good morning.
A I’m really tired. I didn’t get enough sleep last night.
B Why not?
A I went out for dinner with an old friend from university and I went to bed late.
B What time?
A 1.00, and then I had to get up at 7.00. I’m terrible in the mornings, too.
B Are you? I’m the opposite. I’m at my best in the mornings. What university did you go to?
B Yeah? So did I! When did you finish?
A In 1999. What about you?
B I finished in ’97.
A What did you study?
B French and German.
A I studied Economics.
B Economics? I used to know a girl who studied Economics at Liverpool.
A What was her name?
B Fiona … Fiona Kennedy. Don’t tell me you know her?
A Know her? I married her.
B You’re joking! I don’t believe it. What a coincidence!
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