A Student Credit Card

Gap-fill Exercise

Fill in all the missing words below. Then, press "Check Answers" to grade your responses. Use the "Hint" button to get a free letter. You can also click on the "[?]" button to get more hints, but you lose points if you ask for help.

This gap-fill exercise is only for the first part of the original listening activity on Randall's site. The audio recording that you hear is for the full listening conversation.

Man: Hi, Sis. I just over to drop off the DVDs you wanted, and . . . Hey, wow!? Where did you all of this stuff?
Woman: I bought it. So, what do you think of my entertainment center? And the widescreen TV . . .
Man: Bought it?
Woman: . . . and my new DVD player. Here, let me you my stereo. You can really rock the house with this one.
Man: But where did you get the dough to all this? You didn't money from mom and dad again, did you?
Woman: Of course not. I got it with this!
Man: This? Let me see that . . . Have you been Dad's credit card again?
Woman: No, silly. It's mine. It's student credit card.
Man: A student credit card? How in the world did you one of these?
Woman: I got an application in the mail.
Man: Well, why did you get in the first place?
Woman: Listen. Times are changing, and having a credit card helps you a credit rating, control spending, and even buy things that you can't with cash . . . like the plane ticket I got recently.

[ The conversation continues . . . ]