A: Excuse me, sir; I can't read this timetable. When does train 214 leave?
B: It leaves at four-thirteen pm.
A: And what time does it arrive in Chicago?
B: Just a sec; let me check. It gets in at six twenty-five pm.
A: Okay, I can read this; it's easier than I thought. One more thing--I'll come back on Sunday. Should I use the same timetable?
B: If you turn the page over, you'll see the times for weekends and holidays on the other side
A: Great! Thanks for your help.
B: No problem. Have a good trip.
1. What are the speakers discussing?
A A training program
B A railroad schedule
C Where to cash a check
D Where to stay in Chicago
2. At what time does the train to Chicago leave?
3. On what day is this conversation taking place?
C A holiday
D A weekday
4. What is the woman having trouble doing?
A Reading her book
B Seeing what time it is
C Finding when her train leaves
D Getting some time to take it easy
5. What is on the other side of the paper the woman is holding?
A Weekend and holiday train times
B Advertisements for different trips
C Tips for scheduling one's time better.
D Prices for one-way and round-trip tickets