The school is going to offer theatre majors an off-campus field trip to see some real play performances in order to help students better understand what they learned at school, and the students will need to pay $35 for the trip.
The man agrees with this plan. First, he thinks students can’t understand the plays only by reading the book. Seeing real plays will deepen their understanding. Second, $35 is worth paying because they’ll be able to see three plays. Plus the school will pay for the transportation.
The student proposes the university should open a snack shop on the campus, which is entirely operated by students because it helps to create more jobs for students and it's convenient for students to buy food
The school plans to start a student art club so that students can learn about art and still pursue their major, and the club will offer affordable museum tickets for students to see art.
The man in the conversation agrees.
First, he really loved art in high school, but now he majors in chemistry and doesn’t have time for art. The new art club would be a good chance for him to pursue art and he doesn’t have to worry about how it would affect his major because he doesn’t need to go to an actual class and get credits.
Second, the museum is too expensive for many students to go to, so this would be a good chance for them to enjoy art they could not see before.
The letter proposes the school should open classes outside the classroom because good scenery will make the students focus and avoid boredom and the school has installed some benches and seats outside.
The student disagrees with the proposal.
First, there are too many distractions outside. Students will be distracted when friends are passing through.
Second, there aren’t enough seats available, it’s inconvenient for students to take notes if they have to stand there.
Reading: School should assign roommates base on interest because they can get along.
Listening: the woman disagrees.
Reason 1: She and her roommate have different majors. Besides, one loves sports, and one doesn’t. They are still good friends.
Reason 2: The students who apply to change dorm rooms could have other reasons.