College Textbooks

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.

Carl: Hey, Sis. Are you interested in buying some books for school? You can really save some money that way.
Ashley: Well, what do you have?
Carl: Well, let's see. I have a book called, Today's World, and I'm selling it for dollars.
Ashley: Thirty? That's a little expensive for a beat-up book like that.
Carl: Maybe so, but I bought it for . Plus, I wrote a lot of in the book that should help you with the class . . . if you could read my writing.
Ashley: What else are you selling?
Carl: Okay, I have English writing textbook for dollars, a math book for twenty-three, and a for only seven bucks.
Ashley: Uh, Hmmm.
Carl: It's up to you. You know, these things go fast. I mean you have to to my advice as your older brother.
Ashley: Psh. I'll the English book and the novel. I need of those for sure. I think I'll hold off on buying other books for now. [Okay.] Teachers are always changing their about textbooks. [Alright.] And, what are those books?

[ The conversation continues . . . ]