Questions19 to 22 are based on the conversation you have just heard.
19. A) He prefers the smaller evening classes. B) He has signed up for a day course.
C) He has to work during the day. D) He finds the evening course cheaper.
20. A) Learn a computer language. B) Learn data processing.
C) Buy some computer software. D) Buy a few coursebooks.
21. A) Thursday evening from 7:00 to 9:45. B) From September 1 to New Year's Eve.
C) Every Monday, lasting for 12 weeks. D) Three hours a week, 45 hours in total.
22. A) What to bring for registration. B) Where to attend the class.
C) How he can get to Frost Hall. D) Whether he can use a check.
19. C He has to work during the day.
20. B Learn date processing.
21. C Every Monday, lasting for 12 weeks.
22. A What to bring for registration.
Woman:Hello, Parkson college. May I help you?
Man:Yes. I’m looking for information on courses in computer programming. I would need it for the fall semester.
W:Do you want a day or evening course?
M:Well, it would have to be an evening course since I work during the day.
W:Aha. Have you taken any courses in data processing?
W:Oh. Well, data processing is a course you have to take before you can take computer programming.
M:Oh, I see. Well, when is it given? I hope it’s not on Thursdays.
W:Well, there’s a class that meets on Monday evenings at seven.
M:Just once a week?
W:Yes. But that’s all most three hours from seven to nine forty-five.
M:Oh. Well, that’s all right. I could manage that. How many weeks does the course last?
W:Mmmm, let me see. Twelve weeks. You start the first week in September, and finish, oh, Just before Christmas. December 21st.
M:And how much is the course?
W:That’s three hundred dollars including the necessary computer time.
M:Aha. Okay. Ah, where do I go to register?
W:Registration is on the second and third of September, between 6 and 9 in Frost Hall.
M:Is that the round building behind the parking lot?
W:Yes. That’s the one.
M:Oh, I know how to get there. Is there anything that I should bring with me?
W:No, just your check book.
M:Well, thank you very much.
W:You are very welcome. Bye!
19. Why does the man choose to take an evening course?
20. What does the man have to do before taking the course of computer programming?
21. What do we learn about the schedule of the evening course?
22. What does the man want to know at the end of the conversation?