Questions are a good opportunity for you to interact with your audience. It may be helpful for you to try to predict what questions will be asked so that you can prepare your response in advance. You may wish to accept questions at any time during your presentation, or to keep a time for questions after your presentation. Normally, it's your decision, and you should make it clear during the introduction. Be polite with all questioners, even if they ask difficult questions. They are showing interest in what you have to say and they deserve attention. Sometimes you can reformulate a question. Or answer the question with another question. Or even ask for comment from the rest of the audience.
1. Where are the speakers?
A In a car
B In a bus
C In a dorm
D In a classroom 2. What does the man say when the woman asks if she can sit down?
A He says it is okay to have a seat.
B He says the seat is already occupied.
C He says he minds her sitting next to him.
D He says the bag seated there can't be moved. 3. How does the woman go to her first class?
A She walks.
B She takes a bus.
C She drives her car.
D She rides her bicycle. 4. Where is the man's first class?
A Across campus
B Near the bus stop
C Not far from the dorm
D On the other side of town 5. What is the last thing the man says to the woman?
A He says he has to stop seeing her.
B He says he will likely see her again.
C He says he looks forward to meeting her.
D He says he is going to come by her room.