Questions 5 to 7 are based on the news report you have just heard.
Question 5: What is the news report mainly about?
A)Cleaning service in great demand all over the world.
B)Two ladies giving up well-paid jobs to do cleaning.
C)A new company to clean up the mess after parties.
D)Cleaners gainfully employed at nights and weekends.
Question 6: What is a common problem with a house party?
A)It takes a lot of time to prepare.
B)It leaves the house in a mess.
C)It makes party goers exhausted.
D)It creates noise and misconduct.
Question 7: What are Rebecca Foley and Catherine Ashurst planning to do?
A)Hire an Australian lawyer.
B)Visit the U.S. and Canada.
C)Settle a legal dispute.
D)Expand their business.
(6) Everyone loves a good house party, but the cleaning up the next morning isn’t as enjoyable.
(5) Now, however, a New Zealand-based startup company aims to bring messy homes – and even splitting headaches – back to normal. The properly-named startup Morning-After Maids was launched about a month ago in Auckland by roommates Rebecca Foley and Catherine Ashurst. Aside from cleaning up, the two will also cook breakfast and even get coffee and painkillers for recovering merrymakers. Although they’re both gainfully employed, they fit cleaning jobs into their nights and weekends (which is when their service is in most demand anyway).
(7) Besides being flooded with requests from across the country, Foley and Ashurst have also received requests from the US and Canada to provide services there. They are reportedly meeting with lawyers to see how best to take the business forward.