Questions 9 to 12.
Look at the notes below.
You will hear a man telephoning a colleague about a building he has seen.
You have 15 seconds to read through the notes.
Now listen, and fill in the spaces.
Man: Oh hello, Jan. It’s Mark Hill here, the Accommodation Officer. I’ve just got back from looking at fifteen Lemmington Road, another possible building for our training courses. This one looks very promising. It’s in excellent order, and although we might need to adapt some of the rooms, we wouldn’t need to upgrade it, unlike some of the other buildings I’ve seen. The seminar rooms are spacious and airy, and the accommodation is modern and well laid out. The overheads are cheaper than most of the other buildings I’ve looked at, probably because it’s new and well designed. Also on the plus side - it’s slightly out of town, so that means less property tax. The downside of that is that it’s further from Head Office than some of the other possibilities. The only real problem I can see is its size. It’s not a huge building, and during our peak months, it may not be sufficiently large to accommodate all our trainees.
Now listen to the recording again.
That is the end of Part One. You now have 20 seconds to check your answers.