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W：Sorry sir, your room will be ready soon.
M：Don’t you understand? I want to have a rest immediately.
Q：How does the man feel?
M：Do I have the time back for further treatment?
W：No, but you need to come and have your teeth clean regularly.
Q：Where does the conversation most probably take place?
W：I have read all your books. You have just written a new one, haven’t you?
M：Yes, it’s about a film star and will be translated into several languages.
Q：What is most probably the man?
W: Could you bring my calculator back? I need it for my math homework.
M：Sorry, I dropped it and now the ON button doesn’t light up.
Q：What is the man’s problem?
W: Andy, you’ve been standing in front of that sandwich counter forever.
M: Sorry, I just wish they didn’t give me so many choices.
Q: What can we learn from the conversation?
M: Miss Chan, I was wondering if you could find out how I did on the middle term exam? W: Sorry, Doctor White is out of town and I’m not in the position to give out that kind of information.
Q：What does the woman mean?
W: What we need is a roommate who is neat and clean.
M: Let’s write that in the advertisement---Neatness, a must.
Q：What are the two speakers most probably going to do?
M: I hear that Bob is planning to study abroad.
W: Not if I can talk him out of it. Believe me, I’m trying.
Q: What does the woman imply?
M: Is the snack bar always this deserted?
W: It’s the end of the semester. Everyone is in the library.
Q: What does the man imply?
M：Look! It’s going to pour. You’d better put your bike in the garage.
W：Why bother, it’s been through a lot worse and still works fine.
Q：What will the woman most probably do?
Directions: In section B, you will hear two short passages, and you will be asked three questions on each of the passages. The passages will be read twice, but the questions will be spoken only once. When you hear a question, read the four possible answers on your paper, and decide which one would be the best answer to the question you have heard.
Questions 11 through 13 are based on the following passage.
In cities all over the world, people go to cafés to relax alone or with friends. But in many cafes in Korea, you can do more than that. You can relax, and play with dogs at new dog cafes. The Snoopy Café is one of them. The dogs there are in cages around the room. First, you choose the dog. Then it comes out of its cage. You can buy food for it. The Ball House is different from the Snoopy Café. You don’t have to choose a dog at the Ball House. All the dogs sit, play, or run around while people drink coffee and eat sandwiches. You can play with all the dogs at the Ball House. Lori Chon goes to the Ball House about once a week. She likes to play with Princess, her favorite dog. She often buys food for Princess, too. Lori likes to go to the Snoopy Café for many reasons. “I love dogs” she says, “but my apartment is too small for a dog. Also, dogs don’t like to be alone, and I work all day”. So when Lori needs to have some fun with the pet, she goes to the dog café to see Princess. Dog cafes are very popular in Korea, but they are not cheap. A cup of coffee costs about three dollars and fifty cents, but the fun is free.
11. How is the Ball House different from the Snoopy Café?
12. Why does Lori like going to the Snoopy Café?
13. What is the passage mainly about?