对话标题：student & counselor
1. What are the speakers mainly discussing?
A. Possible career choices for the woman
B. Employment possibilities for the woman
C. Procedures for applying for a university job
D. Job skills the woman will need as a teacher
2. What does the counselor imply about the child-care center on campus?
Click on 2 answers.
A. It needs a coordinator for its outdoor activities.
B. It hires people who can work during the day.
C. A job there probably pays low wages.
D. A job there requires a long-term commitment.
3. What is the main purpose of the questionnaire that the counselor asks the woman to fill out?
A. To give feedback on the services provided by the career services office
B. To help career counselors monitor students as they search for jobs
C. To help career counselors keep track of how many students have been placed in jobs
D. To help students identify their abilities and preferences
对话标题：student & facilities director
1. Why does the student go to see the facilities director
A. To find out when the current parking garage construction will be completed
B. To provide student input about the lack of parking accommodations on campus
C. To get information about the upcoming Oak Tree dormitory renovations
D. To present ideas that could improve living conditions in the Oak Tree dormitory
2. What does the student say about the parking garage?
Click on 2 answers.
A. It will be very cold in the winter.
B. It will be convenient.
C. It will be unpleasant to look at.
D. It will increase nearby traffic.
3. Why does the facilities director mention the head groundskeeper?
A. To acknowledge that the student's comments are worth consideration
B. To point out that this year's budget for planting trees has already been spent
C. To identify the person the student will need to meet with next
D. To illustrate how many people are involved in building the parking garage
1. What does the professor mainly discuss?
A. Different ways to apply a particular teaching technique
B. Research showing that most students have learning-style preferences
C. An analysis of research into a particular approach to teaching
D. Feedback from teachers who adapted their teaching styles to the learning styles of individual students
2. What did the psychologists conclude after reviewing research on the meshing hypothesis?
A. The hypothesis is not adequately supported by valid research data.
B. Teachers should adapt their lessons to students' individual learning styles.
C. Students generally learn best through hands-on activities.
D. Individual learning styles differ much more than previously believed.
3. According to the professor, how might school spending be affected by the psychologists' findings?
A. Schools could focus on spending that addresses the diverse needs of individual students.
B. Schools could reduce costs by eliminating purchases of unnecessary materials.
C. Schools could find new sources of income so that they can afford to introduce more advanced teaching methods.
D. Schools could ignore the psychologists' recommendations in order to save money.
1. What is the main purpose of the lecture?
A. To describe some methods and findings of ocean-acoustics research
B. To compare whale songs with other underwater sounds
C. To present evidence that climate change is affecting Antarctic ice
D. To introduce students to the work of a leading ocean-acoustics researcher
2. How does the professor organize the lecture?
A. By describing a relatively new scientific discipline, then explaining how it began
B. By describing deep-sea biological sounds, then comparing them with geological sounds
C. By describing some deep-sea sounds, then discussing the challenge of identifying their source
D. By defining interdisciplinary research, then giving an extended example of how it works
3. According to the professor, what does Christopher Fox believe is the likely source of Slowdown?
A. Airplanes flying low over the ocean
B. A volcano on the ocean floor
C. Groups of whales migrating
D. Ice slipping across land