Monday, June 3, 2019

B1.1-Reading-Test 17

Read the article about two strange meetings.
Are sentences 1-7 'Right' (A) or 'Wrong' (B)? If there is not enough information to answer 'Right' (A) or 'Wrong' (B), choose 'Doesn't say' (C). For questions 1-7, check the correct answer A, B or C.

We meet twice We meet twice

My name is Anna King and I was born in a small town called Madison in Wyoming in the centre of the USA. When I was twenty, I moved to the east coast, to a town just south of New York, to start a job in a department store. One day, a young man with short brown hair who was shopping in the store looked at me and asked, 'Are you Michelle Golden?'

'No,' I said. 'But do you mean Michelle Golden from Madison?' He did. I told him that I was at school with Michelle. She wasn't much older than me and people often said that we looked just like each other. Then the young man told me that Michelle was in the same history class at university as he was.

Six months later, I got a better job with another department store and moved to the west coast to work at their San Francisco store. One day on my way home from work, a young man with short brown hair passed me in the street and asked, 'Are you Michelle Golden?'

'No,' I answered. 'You asked me that when we met in a shop several thousand miles away, near New York.'
0. Anna was born in a large town.
1. Anna left home and began working in a department store.
2. The young man who spoke to Anna wanted to buy a new jacket.
3. Anna was younger than Michelle.
4. Michelle and the young man were students together.
5. Anna got a job with the same company in San Francisco.
6. Anna was at work when she met the young man for the second time.
7. Anna was angry when the young man spoke to her a second time.

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