A. It is a rare opportunity.
B. It is beyond their means.
C. It is not decided yet.
D. It is what they've earned.
A. He is timid.
B. He is heroic.
C. He is dangerous.
D. He s clumsy.
W: Bill, can we really afford a holiday? We're still paying for this house and the furniture is on hire-purchase.
M: Now listen, Mary. You work hard and I work hard. We deserve a holiday. We're not talking about whether we can have one. We're talking about where and when.
Q: What do we know about the man's view of their holiday?
M: Victor is really something. He nearly got killed when he tried to rescue a drowning boy yesterday.
W: Well, so far as I know, that was not the first dangerous situation he was in for others.
Q: What do we learn about Victor from the conversation?