Listening 4 Students on Campus
18. What is the purpose of this conversation?
CD The man wants to borrow the woman’s lab notes.
CD The woman is helping the man to write a report.
CD The man asks the woman to study for their test with him.
CD The woman and the man are performing an experiment.
19. What is the study about?
CD Reaction times for drivers drinking alcohol in comparison with those of nondrinkers
CD The effects of drinking beer as compared with those of drinking gin and tonic
CD The time that it takes to stop a car going 35 miles per hour when the brakes are applied
CD The problems of riding bicycles on college campuses that have 35 mile-per-hour speed limits
20. According to the man, why is it important to mention that the subjects were randomly selected?
CD The random selection explains why the results were so general.
CD This information allows another researcher to repeat the experiment.
CD The lab assistant included it in the example that the students received.
CD Randomly selected subjects assure researchers of an accurate outcome.
21.Why does the woman say this:
CD She is not sure about her observation.
CD She is insulting the man with this comment
CD She is certain the man agrees with her.
CD She is asking for the man’s opinion.
22. Which section includes the conclusions?
Listening 5 “Biology Class”
23. What aspect of blood does the professor mainly discuss?
CD An explanation of stem cells
CD A process for blood transfusion
CD A method for producing artificial blood
CD A discussion of blood typing
24. Why does the student say this:
CD She is apologizing for disagreeing with the professor.
CD She is interrupting politely to ask a question.
CD She is talking to herself during the lecture.
CD She is changing the subject of the professor’s talk.
25. Why does the professor mention fingerprints?
CD To demonstrate that blood types are different for individuals
CD To explain how most of the blood tests are performed
CD To explain why O blood is considered universal
CD To help students remember the different antigens
26. In cross matching, how does a compatible match appear under the microscope?
CD All of the cells are at an equal distance from each other.
CD The arrangement of the cells looks like two parallel lines.
CD The cells tend to group together in a large clump.
CD The red cells and the plasma separate in an irregular pattern.
27. Why does the professor mention artificial blood?
CD She is referring to the textbook.
CD She is answering a question.
CD She is reporting her research.
CD She is joking with the students.
28. What does the professor imply when she says this:
CD She is very uncertain about the risks of the research.
CD She is somewhat interested in doing research in this area..
CD She is withdrawing her support for future research.
CD She agrees that research should continue in spite of problems.
Listening 6 “Orientation Session”
29. What is this discussion mainly about?
CD Success in college
CD How to read faster
CD Academic study skills
CD Research on college students
30. How does the professor organize the discussion?
CD She cites research to support her arguments.
CD She gives a demonstration of her theory.
CD She debates the issues with her students.
CD She shares strategies that she developed.
31. Why does the professor mention running?
CD To digress from the topic with a personal story
CD To make a comparison between reading and running
CD To show that reading requires physical effort
CD To clarify the times two rule
32. Why does the professor say this:
CD She doesn’t think the point is very important.
CD She is trying to finish the lecture on time.
CD She thinks the idea will fit in better later on.
CD She doesn’t want the student to interrupt her. .
33. The professor mentions several negative habits. Match these habits to the explanations Click on the habit and drag it to the correct explanation.
|Pauses that the eye makes|
|Reading the same words more than once|
|Moving your lips while reading|
CD Auditory reading
34. What would the professor probably like the students to do?
CD Spend more time studying outside of dass
CD Use their dictionaries when they are reading
CD Take one of her classes at the college
CD Get help at the Learning Center