Now you'll hear the two long conversations.
A. He had thought Chicago was a young city.
B. He had thought that Chicago was very large.
C. He had thought that Chicago should be an old city.
D. He has thought that Chicago was totally destroyed by fires.
A. Fort Dearborn was built in 1833 in the place that would become Chicago.
B. Chicago didn't officially become a town in 1893.
C. Only 350 people lived in Chicago when it officially became a town.
D. Another 350 people moved into Chicago when it became a town.
A. It was in 1893 when Chicago was still a small town.
B. It broke out when Chicago wasn't even forty years old.
C. It didn't affect Chicago significantly.
D. It was in 1871 when Chicago was fourteen years old.
A. They will review the seminar this week on Chicago together.
B. They will attend Mr. Johnson's seminar again.
C. They will attend a seminar on US economy.
D. They will meet again on next Friday for a seminar.