W：I have really amazing news. I just gota text message from my bank saying my salary has been deposited. In my account.
M：Gettingpaid is good, but I don't understand why you're so excited. It happens everymonth.
W：well，I've been working for a few years. 2]Infact, I worked all through university, but I only had part time jobs then. Sothis is the first time i've ever been paid for a month of full time work.
M：Wow, Thenyou must feel great.2] I it's been two decades,but I can still remember when I got my first real salary. I was happy for days,I felt like it was a small fortune, even though it wasn't.
W: I've neverearned so much money before. And there's so many things i'd like to do with it.What did you do with your first pay?
M:10]I bought a new suit for work and took my parents toa nice restaurant to celebrate. Maybe you could do the same.
W:I haveenough professional clothes. And my parents are across the country. So seeingthem is impossible.11]But some people from theoffice are members of a gym. I want to join. And my university classmates arearranging a trip to visit our old campus, and i'd love to go with them, butI can't afford both.
M: If I wereyou, I join the gym because it's a good way to stay healthy, and it might helpyou build a stronger relationship with your colleagues. And good relationshipsare key to a successful career. You're right. Thanks for the advice. I'm takingit questions.
Q8 Why didthe woman feel excited?
Q9 when didthe man get his first full time job?
Q10 What didthe man do when he got his first pay?
Q11. Whatdoes the woman say she is going to do?
问题9难度较大，属于连续出题，two decades 同义替换20years。
W：What'sgoing on with you lately? You seem so distracted. Like you aren't reallylistening to anything. I say.
M：Iknow. I'm sorry. I can't seem to focus on anything, 12]because I still haven't decided if I should accept theoffer for that PHD program in London, or if I should take the job offer in New York.
W： Look,it's a tough decision, but you're running out of time, aren't you? I thoughtyou said the company expected an answer by the end of the month.
M：Actually,it's the beginning of next month for the job, but the university needs adecision by the end of the week. So I have to act quickly.
W：13]You definitely need advice for the important decisionlike this. So who have you talked to about it? What does your family think? Andyour adviser for your master's program?
M：I'veasked their advice and that's part of the problem. My parents want me to getthe degree, but my advisor thinks it's time for me to get more work experience.
W：14]What do you mean by part of the problem? Wait, it's yourgirlfriend, isn't it? You've been dating since your first year ofuniversity, so that six years now she must have an opinion about all this. Imean， isn't it time for you to think about gettingmarried?
M：I dowant to get married, 15]but she thinks we needto wait until we've launched our careers. Plus, she's not sure whatshe'll be doing next year. She's considering a job in England and one inAustralia. her parents are pushing for the latter.
Q12. Why does the man seem to be distracted?
Q13. what doesthe woman say the man should do?
Q14. Whatdoes the man say is part of his problem?
Q15. Whydoesn't the man's girlfriend agree to get married right now?