M: OK. Now we'd better make sure you enjoy your studies.
We offer a wide range of options on the foundation course, but you can only take five courses. What have you selected?
W: Physical sciences, basic electronics, art and design CAD...
M: Oh, right. CAD and...English. That's quite strange.
Don't you want to do maths, or computer programming, for example?
Why did you choose art and design?
W: Well, I'm interested in electronics and in writing computer games.
I'd like to produce educational software and educational games.
I've taught myself a lot of programming.
So I don't think I'd benefit much from a foundation level course.
M: Oh, no. I see that. Go on, please.
W: So, I want the basics- the physical science and electronics.
I was hopeless at physics in school and we didn't have electronics.
But I was good at maths. I don't think I need that.
M: Then what about the art and design?
W: That will be good for my graphics.
I need that to produce games, and CAD too- I've never done CAD before.
M: Right. They've got some powerful packages in the computer graphics and CAD offices. You'll enjoy that.
Then English. I know your English is very good, but why did you take it?
W: In fact, I don't have any problem in speaking, but my writing is terrible.
M: Then I suggest you join the study skills class.
They'll have lectures on report writing and that may help you with how to structure your essays and so on.
W: Right. That sounds good.
Questions 9 to 11 are based on the conversation you have just heard.
Question 9.What are the two speakers talking about?
Question 10.What is the woman's favorite course?
Question 11.Why did the woman take an English course?