- 2018年01月17日17:05 来源：小站整理
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(man) Hi, good morning. Could you help me with something? (woman) Uh, maybe, what’s up?
(man) Well, I’m a first-year student.
(woman) Everything going OK?
(man) Actually, no. Um, this is a little embarrassing. I think I left my class schedule back at my dorm.
(woman) Hmmm, not a good thing to do on the first day of classes.
(man) Yeah, so I’m not sure where my class is, I think I remember it was supposed to be here in Smith Hall.
(woman) There’s a computer for student use in the Student Center. You can go over there, look it up and check the room number. But you’d have to hurry.
(man) Hmmm, that’s not a bad idea. I could check my schedule for the whole rest of the day at the same time. I don’t know where any of my other classes are either, but I don’t want to be late, make a bad impression with the professor on the first day. It’s actually my very first class, Introduction to Psychology.
(woman) Psychology? Oh, OK, you’re definitely in the right building. And if it’s Introduction to Psychology, it’s gonna be a big class. In which case, it probably meets in a big lecture hall. There are only three lecture halls in the building, one on every floor. Just check each floor till you find yours. There’s elevators so you should be able to move fast.
(man) Yeah, but I don’t know what the professor looks like or anything. How would I know it’s my class or not? It’d be sort of embarrassing, sticking my head into each lecture hall asking if I was in the right place.
(woman) Well, you might luck out and find it the first time.
The speakers discussed two possible solutions to the man’s problem. Briefly summarize the problem then state which solution you recommend and explain why.