Part III Tape
The problem Student makes Progress
Well, that's that. The class did very well in this examination!
Carol: Good! You've finished reading those exam papers at
last. And you look so pleased!
Tony: Yes! Do you remember that boy, John Foster---the
one who nearly failed my American history course
Carol: Oh, you mean the young rebel? Of course! I
thought he was very amusing and good looking, too!
Tony: He's intelligent, in any case. But last year he
did very little work! And yet he protested when he got a
grade for the course."
Carol: Yes, he rebelled against you, too!
Tony: And I didn't accept his protest. I told him he had
to do some work.
Carol: Aha! Now I understand the pleased expression. The
problem student makes some progress.
Tony: Some progress? He's progressing marvellously.
He's working---and his record shows it.
Carol: All right! I'm very glad! Let's invite him to
Tony: Okay. That's a good idea.
Carol: Now record his grade in your little book and let's have
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