A. He doesn't think he's spent too much time on study.
B. He doesn't know how to relieve himself.
C. He'll be more stressful if he lags behind his classmates.
D. He'll go out for some fresh air as advised.
A. Whether the concert is as good as expected.
B. Whether he can get access to the concert.
C. Whether the tickets will be too expensive.
D. Whether he has time on Saturday.
W: You've spent too much time doing your coursework, Sam. Don't you think you should go out and get some fresh air?
M: Thanks for the advice, Rose. But this is how I relieve my stress. I'd rather not fall too far behind in my class.
Q: What can be inferred about the man?
W: Saturday's concert is supposed to be wonderful. Aren't you going to enjoy it?
M: But I haven't got a ticket yet. Everybody knows it's first-class, so I'm afraid the tickets are not available now.
Q: What is the man concerned about?