Script 2: Текст № 2 для прослушивания и материал для собеседования к экзамену по английскому языку
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Listen to the radio programme and answer the questions below.
1. Where does Dr Goodall live?
2. Why does he find following the chimpanzees interesting?
3. What is his typical evening like?
Текст № 2 для прослушивания
Reporter A: What is a typical day like for you when you're in Africa, Dr Goodall?
Dr Goodall: Well, I get up at quarter to seven. For breakfast I usually have a piece of bread and a cup of coffee. Then I go and find the chimpanzees.
Reporter A: What happens when you find the chimps?
Dr Goodall: I spend the day following them in the forest. It can be very tiring following the chimps in the jungle... but it's always interesting, I never know where I'm going to go!
Reporter A: What's the hardest part of the day?
Dr Goodall: I am used to living in the jungle now. That has never been difficult for me, actually. But in the day I normally feel most tired around 3 o'clock.
Reporter A: When do you stop following the chimps and go back home?
Dr Goodall: When it starts to get dark. The chimps choose a place to rest. The young ones play up in the branches, it's lovely in the sunset after a hot day. When I know they are settling down, I head for home.
Reporter A: How do you spend your evenings?
Dr Goodall: The evening is magical. It's dark by 7.30 pm. I jump into the lake. The clear, fresh water makes all the tiredness go away. Then I cook something like beans, onions and tomatoes over an open fire.
Reporter A: Thanks, Dr Goodall!
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