Listen to part of a conversation between two students.
Student A: (concerned) Did I miss much?
Student B: (reassuringly) Not really. Professor White was like, 10 minutes late for class. So we didn't even get started till twenty after or something. We just, um, we went over the last couple of chapters of The Catcher in the Rye.
Student A: Oh, right. I forgot that we were finishing that up this week.
Student B: Yeah, and we're supposed to have, like, the first three chapters of Of Mice and Men read by next class.
Student A: I've just been, I mean, I pretty much just skim the books because we go into so much detail in class.
Student B: I know. Professor White doesn't leave much out. I guess you don't really have to, you know, read the novel thoroughly unless you're going to write a paper on it.
Student A: Well, that's why I'm worried about what I missed yesterday. My term paper is on, you know, the conflict between Holden Caulfield and, um, the authority figures in The Catcher in the Rye.
Student B: Well, I can tell you what she went over.
Student A: (hesitantly) Oh, OK. Did you take down any notes?
Student B: Yeah, I took a few notes. Nothing much though... maybe a page or two.
Question: What does the student mean when he says this:
A. He would like to compare notes.
B. He would like to borrow his friend's notes.
C. He wants to make sure that his friend's notes are correct.
D. He always copies his friend's notes.
从对话中我们知道Student A来晚了，错过了老师讲的部分内容。Student B 告诉A在他没来之前老师讲的内容，A问B有没有记笔记，我们就可以推断出A想借用B的笔记。