W:I don't think we have enough information for our presentation, but we have to give it tomorrow. There doesn't seem to be much we can do about it.
M:Yeah, at this point we 'all have to make do with what we've got.
Q:What does the man suggest they do?
A) Just make use of whatever information is available.
B) Put more effort into preparing for the presentation.
C) Find more relevant information for their work.
D) Simply raise the issue in their presentation.
M:I am taking this great course-Psychology of Language, it's really interesting. Since you are a psychology major, you should sign up for it.
W:Actually I tried to do that, but they told me I have to take language studies first.
Q:What do we learn from the conversation?
A) The man has decided to choose Language Studies as his major.
B) The woman isn't interested in the psychology of language.
C) The man is still trying to sign up for the course he is interested in.
D) The woman isn't qualified to take the course the man mentioned.