M: Hi, Jane. How's everything going?
W: So far so good. I've just finished my last exam.
M: Good. The term is coming to an end. Do you think we should take a holiday overseas to relax and have fun? I've saved my tips from my waiter job these past few months, and I should have enough by July.
W: Yes, that's a wonderful idea. I've got a little put aside for a rainy day, but I might need to earn a little more before we go. By the way, what is it like working in the restaurant?
M: Well, it's really tough, as working a 10-hour shift is like hell. I'm not sure if it'll suit you. But it's pretty cool if your boss is all right. Do you think we should invite some others to come along?
W: Yes, we could ask Tom and Tracy if they are interested. I haven't been abroad for a long while. And it would be great to go somewhere by the sea. I can't wait, and if Tom goes, we could go sailing. He has a lot experience with boats, and it'll work out a lot cheaper to hire one if there's more of us to share the cost.
M: So, that's the plan. We'll save as much as we can, and go sailing next July. Let's say, Spain, or anywhere cheap would be fine.
W: Ok. But first we'd better contact Tom and Tracy, and see if they are up for it. If not, it'll be back to the drawing board.
Questions 12 to 15 are based on the conversation you have just heard.
Question 12. What does the man think of doing?
Question 13. What has the man been doing for the past few months?
Question 14. What does the woman say she needs to do before departure?
Question 15. Why does the woman want to invite Tom?