Liz: Hi Samantha! How are you?
Samantha: Really well thanks. I'm calling because I have a question.
Liz: Oh, go ahead.
Samantha: Do you want to join us for the protest tomorrow?
Liz: What protest?
Samantha: Haven't you heard? The teachers' salaries are going to be cut by 30%, and the cost of tuition is going up.
Liz: Oh my gosh! No, I hadn't heard. When will the changes take effect?
Samantha: In a month. So, tomorrow, at noon, the teachers and some students are going to walk from the university to the governor's building in protest. We've got some banners to carry; it'll only take about two hours.
Liz: There won't be any trouble, will there?
Samantha: Oh of course not; it'll be totally peaceful. Nobody wants to cause any trouble. But something has to be said about the cuts, those poor teachers!
Liz: I agree. And students can't afford another rise in tuition. That's crazy! Well, count me in. I will definitely be there.
Samantha: Excellent. We'll meet at the fountain just before noon. I'll see you there!
Liz: Ok, thanks for letting me know. I'll see you at the fountain.内容来自 听力课堂网：http://www.tingclass.net/show-9111-276221-1.html