Oh my God!, happy, worried, panic, luckily, fortunately, unfortunately, impatient, curious, anxious, ridiculous, hopeless.
What does the speaker think of sth.?
What's the speaker's idea / attitude / opinion about ...?/ response to ...?
9. A) He is curious.
B) He is impatient.
C) He is exhausted.
D) He is satisfied.
M: This is ridiculous! I've been waiting for my meal for more than half an hour.
W: I know. But you see, the restaurant is full and we are short-handed today.
Q: How does the man feel?
5. A) She's scornful.
B) She's angry.
C) She's sympathetic.
D) She's worried.
M: I forgot all about the two o'clock meeting. Tom's going to kill me.
W: Oh, God! I can see why you are upset. You can really be annoying when something important slips in your mind.
Q: What's the woman's attitude towards the man's forgetfulness?
1. A) Enjoyable.
M: I have never seen such an interesting show. I hope you enjoyed it as much as I did.
W: I must admit that I felt sleepy during the two hours.
Q: How did the woman feel about the show?
4. A) He feels unsympathetic.
B) He feels it's a pity.
C) He feels it's unfair.
D) He feels glad.
W: By the way, did you hear that Jack failed the mid-term English exam? It's too bad because it'll disqualify him for next year's scholarship.
M: He deserved it.He's never really studied since last semester.
Q: How does the man feel about Jack's failing the exam?
5. A) She has confidence in him.
B) She has also won a scholarship.
C) She is surprised at the news.
D) She is not interested in the news.
M: Susan, have you read the notice on the bulletin board? I've won the scholarship for the next semester.
W: I know you would. You certainly deserve it.
Q: What does the woman mean?
6. A) He is surprised.
B) He feels very happy.
C) He is indifferent.
D) He feels very angry.
W: Billy, have you heard the latest news? It appears that we won't be laid off after all.
M: Oh, somewhat I'm tired of working here anyway.
Q: What's the man's reaction to the news the woman told him?
5. A) He is confident.
B) He is worried.
D) He is angry.
W: How did your interview go？
M: I couldn't feel better about it. The questions were very fair and I seemed to find answers for all of them.
Q: How does the man feel about the interview？
2. A) Its results were just as expected.
B) It wasn't very well designed.
C) It fully reflected the students' ability.
D) Its results fell short of her expectations.
M: How many students passed the final physics exam in your class?
W: Forty, but still as many as 20 percent of the class failed, quite disappointing, isn't it?
Q: What does the woman think of the exam?
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