8. A) Customer and salesman
C) Employee and boss
W: Hi, Jack, I just came back yesterday. Anything new while I was away?
M: Congratulations, Susan! It's said you will be promoted to manager and become my immediate boss.
Q: What's most probably the relationship between the two speakers at the moment?
6. A) Customer and salesperson.
B) Teacher and student.
C) Boss and secretary.
D) Guest and waitress.
M: Please make 20 copies of this and deliver them to the chief executive and heads of departments.
W: Certainly, sir. They will find it on their desks tomorrow morning.
Q: What is the probable relationship between the two speakers?
3. A) A teacher.
B) A psychologist.
C) A librarian.
D) A publisher.
W: I'm looking for textbook for my Psychology course. It's called "Introduction to Educational Psychology". Do you have it?
M: Yes, we do. You'll find it in Section 24 on the top shelf.
Q: What's the man's occupation?
7. A) At a book store.
B) At an art museum.
C) At a newspaper office.
D) At a gymnasium.
M: Mary is in charge of the art and music section; and Charles, the sports page. What about you?
W: I'm responsible for the editorials.
Q: Where does the woman work?
7. A) an auto mechanic.
B) An electrician��
C) A carpenter.
D) A telephone repairman.
W: This is Mrs. Starched, my heater is not getting any power and weatherman says the temperature is to fall below zero tonight. Could you get someone to come over and fix it? ��
M: This is the busiest time of the year, but I'll speak to one of our men about going over some time today.
Q: Who did Mrs. Starched want to come over?
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