NARRATOR:Listen to a conversation between a student and a university employee.
FEMALE STUDENT:Hi, I need to pick up a gym pass.
MALE EMPLOYEE:OK. I'll need your name, year, and university ID.
FEMALE STUDENT:Here's my ID card. And my name is Gina Kent, and I'm first year.
MALE EMPLOYEE:OK. Gina. I'll type up the pass for you right away.
FEMALE STUDENT:Great! This is exciting. I can't wait to get started.
MALE EMPLOYEE:Oh, this is a wonderful gym.
FEMALE STUDENT:That's what everybody has been saying. Everyone is talking about the new pool, the new indoor course. But what I love is all the classes.
MALE EMPLOYEE:The classes?
FEMALE STUDENT:Yes, like the swimming and tennis classes and everything.
MALE EMPLOYEE:Oh yeah, but this pass doesn't entitle you to those.
FEMALE STUDENT:It doesn't?
MALE EMPLOYEE:No, the classes fall into separate category.
FEMALE STUDENT:[upset, confused] But that’s my whole reason for getting a pass. I mean I was planning to take a swimming class.
MALE EMPLOYEE:But that's not how it works.This pass gives you access to the gym and to all the equipments, and to the pool and so forth.But not when the teams are practicing, so you'll have to check the schedule.
FEMALE STUDENT:But what do I have to do if I want to take a class?
MALE EMPLOYEE:You’ll have to one, register, and two, pay the fee for the class.
FEMALE STUDENT:But that's not fair.
MALE EMPLOYEE:Well, I think if you think about it you’ll see that it’s fair.
FEMALE STUDENT:But people who play sports in the gym... they don't have to pay anything.
MALE EMPLOYEE:Yes, but they just come in, and play or swim on their own.But taking a class, that’s a different story. I mean someone has to pay the instructors.
FEMALE STUDENT:So… if I want to enroll in a class …MALE EMPLOYEE:Then you have to pay extra. The fee isn't very high, but there's a fee.So, what class did you say you want to take?
MALE EMPLOYEE:OK. Swimming classes are thirty dollars a semester.
FEMALE STUDENT:I guess I could swing that, but I’m still not convinced it’s fair. So, do I pay you?
MALE EMPLOYEE:Well, first, you need to talk to the instructor.They have to assess your level and steer you to the right class, you know, beginner, intermediate...
FEMALE STUDENT:You mean, I have to swim for them? Show them what I can do?
MALE EMPLOYEE:No, no, you just tell them a little bit about your experiences and skills, so they know what level you should be in.
FEMALE STUDENT:Oh, OK. So, I guess I'll need an appointment.
MALE EMPLOYEE:And I can make that for you right now.And I'll type up your gym ID card. You'll need it to get into the building.Now about that appointment... how does Wednesday at three sounds?
MALE EMPLOYEE:O.K., and you’ll be meeting with Mark Giddis, he’s the swimming instructor. He also coaches the swim team.And here, I've jotted it all down for you.
FEMALE STUDENT:Great! Thanks.
雇员：好的，那么你会跟Mark Guess 见面。他是游泳老师。他还是游泳队的教练。这儿，我帮你都写下来了。