W: I'm worried about Anna. She is really been depressed lately. All she does is staying in her room all day.
M: That sounds serious. She'd better see a psychiatrist at the consoling center.
Q: What does the man suggest Anna do?
A) Cheer herself up a bit.
B) Find a more suitable job.
C) Seek professional advice.
D) Take a psychology course.
M: I could hardly recognize Sam after he got that new job. He's always in a suit and a tie now.
W: Yeah, he was never like that at college. Back then he would've run in an old T-shirt and jeans.
Q: What do the speakers say about Sam?
A) He dresses more formally now.
B) What he wears does not match his position.
C) He has ignored his friends since graduation.
D) He failed to do well at college.