According to the lecture, what is one difference between plant cells and animal cells? 106_Bai9_TB.mp3[audio]13C5EB0955E87B6BCD17517EE4A6EFF7[/audio]
How they protect themselves
The presence of organelles
How they generate energy
The presence of cell membranes
According to the talk, what is dropped into clouds to make water freezes? 18_Bai6_TB.mp3[audio]F50D7F129D3F22C64A9D224B9285356C[/audio]
Carbon dioxide
Silver oxide
Silver iodide
Silver nitr
According to the talk, what is saved when glass is recycled? 5_Bai6_De.mp3[audio]BDD803119EF0346BE39BC96CC14CB28F[/audio]
Energy
Time
Waste
Money
Approximately how much metal in orbit in space? Q37.mp3[audio]9484DD33860EC70607805DCCAAEE95A5[/audio]
17,000 pounds
3,000 pounds.
3,000 tons.
300 tons.
How certain are the scientists in their understanding of why Caulerpa thrives in the Meditarranean? 98_Bai9_TB.mp3[audio]0BDFEA3FB7523F84FB35E1C16E845EC1[/audio]
check_box Completely unsure
Quite confident
Absolutely certain
Somewhat unsure
How did the gene protect some survivors from the plague? 112_Bai9_TB.mp3[audio]E0E3D3B4557DD9125E4577EA7B882E41[/audio]
check_box By preventing it from coming into cells
By attacking and killing the disease
By signaling the immune system to destroy it
By removing the plague from the body
How do scientists know that some 14th century Europeans possessed delta 32? 113_Bai9_TB.mp3[audio]3834E854A53A61A8551CCBE335908176[/audio]
check_box By testing their descendents
By examining a mutation
By interviewing plague survivors
By looking through old records
How does the Barrier Reef protect marine life? 3_Bai6_De.mp3[audio]C92B47E0242190371ECAE2CFAB7E5506[/audio]
It provides polluted runoff.
It protects marine life from the Crown-of-Thorns starfish.
The reef is hard and protects the plants and fish from large waves.
The fish generally do not eat the plants in the reef.
How does the dog feel about the object used in negative reinforcement? 97_Bai9_De.mp3[audio]AE05A5EEBF05DF8DE2DC873B747900E3[/audio]
It enjoys it.
It dislike it.
It desires it.
It ignores it.
How does the professor feel about farmers living in poverty? 110_Bai9_TB.mp3[audio]A9CDDC93731ABC9443D605BD812F7342[/audio]
She feels there are other ways to help them.
She believes they require encouragement.
She is sympathetic toward their condition.
She believes they are wrong to use GMOs.
How does the professor feel about short-term earthquake detection? 95_Bai9_De.mp3[audio]2369698973E726C9A35DAAADD4DC720A[/audio]
check_box It’s not dependable.
It’s fairly accurate.
It’s slightly reliable.
It’s completely ineffective.
How does the professor feel about the Dust Bowl? 120_Bai9_Kho.mp3[audio]50072DD7FBD2CBF9AE2B103E357152B4[/audio]
It forever changed the way people farm.
It wouldn’t have been so bad at a different time.
It forced farmers into the Depression.
It made the Great Depression worse.
How does the professor feel about the effects of GMOs? 101_Bai9_De.mp3[audio]BD241809D7737F44A3D3A44814EF26A4[/audio]
check_box She’s uncertain about their effects.
She’s scared about their outcomes.
She’s anxious about their consequences.
She’s excited to see the results.
How does the professor feel about the theory of behaviourism? 96_Bai9_De.mp3[audio]01A2B583BF12E951D5307DCFEFD6AE5E[/audio]
check_box She thinks behaviourism isn’t entirely accurate.
She feels that it is an outdated theory.
She feels that it works most of the time.
She believes that it predicts people’s behavior.
How does the professor react? “I’m afaid not … Wait a moment! I’ve got it! If you really don’t mind taking another test, you could take the CLEP test.” 32_Bai7_De.mp3[audio]672A9CDB23E6C278FEA387ED6A190D5A[/audio]
check_box Eagerly with a solution
Angrily with a rebuke
Doubtfully with an answer
Fearfully with a reply
How does the strangler vine seed start growing? 25_Bai6_Kho.mp3[audio]920A4122F06332A915073B1924DA4B6E[/audio]
It grows downward from the tree’s canopy.
An animal drops it on the ground.
It grows out of the fruit from a fig tree.
It begins to grow at the base of a tree.
How does the student feel about doing the experiments at first? 58_Bai7_Kho.mp3[audio]BBD91A5907BE6F45E19094166D431233[/audio]
Frustrated
Hopeful
Excited
Nervous
How does the student feel about taking an introductory math course? 33_Bai7_De.mp3[audio]FC7C91A537A512C6FB6AF26AEA6F926F[/audio]
Prepared
Patient
Unwilling
Disappointed
How does the student feel about the concepts in the psychology course? 57_Bai7_Kho.mp3[audio]7C95355E43EE19CAE78BD05A7DA1A44E[/audio]
He feels they’re too easy.
He finds them confusing.
He believes they’re unfair.
He thinks they’re unnecessary.
How does the student feel about the experiments by the end of the conversation? 59_Bai7_Kho.mp3[audio]FE33CA65D5BBD48CD7ACD8281697DCE6[/audio]
He is unsure about them.
He is still concerned.
He thinks they’re harmful.
He is willing to participate.
How does the student feel about using animals to predict earthquakes? 94_Bai9_De.mp3[audio]9CEE0D9EAF9CAE214BE92A3E4D261570[/audio]
Curious about the thought
Doubtful that it would work
Impressed with the idea
Uniterested in the concept
How does the student feel by the end of the conversation? 35_Bai7_De.mp3[audio]762FC047406FB0E5C1D3E0E16D62DFBC[/audio]
check_box She’s grateful for the professor’s kindness.
She’s hopeful that she’ll get the internship.
She’s angry that the professor won’t write the letter.
She’s excited to be taking the internship.
How does the vine kill the tree? 28_Bai6_Kho.mp3[audio]54639FF245E654957F325C303BAA4FE9[/audio]
It blocks the tree’s branches from sunlight.
It blocks the tree’s roots from getting water.
It squeezes the tree’s roots until it dies.
It eats away at the tree for over a century.
How does this student feel about the theory of punctuated equilibrium? 108_Bai9_TB.mp3[audio]18FE6C87A45DA52085C6BA91D8469182[/audio]
Optimistic
Unimpressed
Unconvinced
Satisfied
How many per cent of the drink cans sold worldwide are made of aluminium? 9_Bai6_De.mp3[audio]F6A943D3BAC27EC43E1B6BB4DAF33C1E[/audio]
About 55
About 65
About 85
About 75
How many total pages should be in the paper, including the title page and the reference list? Q42.mp3[audio]6C46851D1545475E3307018731214283[/audio]
Five
Seven.
Three.
Two.
In what season of the year will the trip take place? Q43.mp3[audio]AD0815E6E251906148CC1545E3BDBB1B[/audio]
In fall.
In spring.
In summer.
In winter.
This lecture would probably be a part of which course?   Q47.mp3[audio]4C9662DE0DBA02CF693C388D3BF6310F[/audio]
American Democracy
Modem American Authors.
Nineteenth-Century American Literature
United States History
What are large recycling bins for separating glass by colour called? 6_Bai6_De.mp3[audio][/audio]
check_box Bottle banks
Coloured bottles
Dust bins
Bottle bins
What are large recycling bins for separating glass by colour called? 6_Bai6_De.mp3[audio]D438B1C72D7F092F27C6FE41DC7E4709[/audio]
Bottle bins
Coloured bottles
Dust bins
Bottle banks
What are the man and the woman discussing? Q35.mp3[audio]E73D9926881911AE92A65BA8BE84BCA3[/audio]
A trip by an astronaut to the Moon.
Becoming space scientists.
The overabundance of garbage on Earth
Trash orbiting Earth.
What are the speakers mainly discussing in the passage? 45_Bai7_TB.mp3[audio]BEE1369F5AB216D119A7363EC959FEE0[/audio]
If the student is elligible to study abroad
Information on funding opportunities
How to apply for scholarships
How to collect information about a scholarship
What are they probably discussing? Q13.mp3[audio]77DE5857389887B541B28865AC7051EE[/audio]
Her reading ability.
The chance to make the headlines
The daily newspaper
The headings for today's reading asignment
What attitude does the professor have toward over-plowing? 119_Bai9_Kho.mp3[audio]51AF3F2389FAAA3A8D6FB5737628EBC4[/audio]
check_box He blames it for causing the Dust Bowl.
He feels that farmers shouldn’t have used it.
He thinks that it was developed too fast.
He believes it did nothing to help farmers.
What best discribes leaves of grass? Q49.mp3[audio]A1B4AC72B63E06168DAFB497668329E4[/audio]
It’s a collection of twelve poems that remained unchanged
It’s a poem about Abraham Lincoln.
It’s a poem about the author.
It’s a volume of poetry that grew with its author.
What can be inferred about divorce in the animal world? 116_Bai9_Kho.mp3[audio]47C1DE13F228CCFA942C3F49F0C9034B[/audio]
Divorce rarely occurs outside the human species.
There are some birds that also divorce.
Humans divorce more than blue tits do.
Divorce is very common among animals.
What can be inferred about the art and sculpture of Easter Island? 30_Bai6_Kho.mp3[audio]E21DBBAA1CD1E1D7D510EE0D573A6FB4[/audio]
check_box It was no longer created once the political order collapsed.
It was taken away by the Europeans when they arrived.
It was sold off as the economy began to decline.
It was too strange for the Europeans to understand.
What can be inferred about the Easter Islanders the European met? 29_Bai6_Kho.mp3[audio]83D93A7E79C8E4930AA650E203546E16[/audio]
They had discovered other ways to catch fish and farm.
They consisted of a few disorganized tribes without a leader.
They had forgotten about how their old civilization was created.
They were not related to the people who built the civilization.
What can be inferred about the larger brains of homo sapiens? 16_Bai6_TB.mp3[audio]C06D36B71D8C956049B9F1B4721EA74C[/audio]
check_box They allowed early humans to hunt better.
They prevented Giganto from outsmarting early humans.
They helped early humans kill more Gigantos.
They made it possible for humans to make weapons.
What can be inferred about the lower troposphere? 21_Bai6_TB.mp3[audio]413D065588189F8B4753513A3F23D08A[/audio]
check_box It’s an important indicator of global warming.
Human activity does not cause it to change.
It was very unpredictable in the past.
People have not studied it for very long.
What directly caused the plague in humans? 114_Bai9_TB.mp3[audio]95473C8D2957F690CCCE0203A1402B12[/audio]
check_box Bacteria
Fleas
Rats
A virus
What does the cashier recommend that the student do? 40_Bai7_De.mp3[audio]1B80EEC29792B1DA6EC80C86583A55B4[/audio]
check_box Sign up for classes again
Credit the class to his account
Pay the overdue Yoga fee
Ask his professor for help
What does the financial aid advisor say he’ll do for the women? 52_Bai7_TB.mp3[audio]45CB861D4EA6106BEC3ABBBB862C83E2[/audio]
check_box Make an amendment to her file
Allow her to reapply for aid
Look over her original application
Fill out the necessary paperwork
What does the man imply? Q23.mp3[audio]E706598A61F14E103D13EB5BF60F1A12[/audio]
He arrived just after the plane took of
He arrived too late to catch the plane
He wasn’t in time to catch the plane.
The plane took off just after he arived
What does the man mean?   Q24.mp3[audio]22D55267A913362F1C1B8BF3F63CE078[/audio]
He agrees with the woman’s suggestion
He thinks they don’t have to pay.
It is not necessary for them to park.
Parking is not free on the weekend
What does the man mean?   Q26.mp3[audio]F54A5544B4C9214C68C621EF2619ED5D[/audio]
He didn’t really want a new car.
He didn't get a new car
He got the car he really wanted.
The car that he got was not his first choice
What does the man mean?   Q27.mp3[audio]76720D0114CB1124056A1CB010C855E7[/audio]
Mr. Drew became head of the new commission.
Mr. Drew pointedly asked the president about the committee.
Mr. Drew was committed to the president’s appointments
The president pointed to Mr. Drew’s head
What does the man mean?   Q6.mp3[audio]51034557C99A8FBADD02DDAD3F76A957[/audio]
All the grades were C or lower.
He thinks he got a good grade.
No one got history grades.
The history grades were all C or above
What does the man mean? Q1.mp3[audio]7BD370B7D572CF553002313084E32304[/audio]
He will collect the exams at 12:00.
He’ll correct the exams this afternoon.
The exam will be at noon.
The tests have not yet been graded.
What does the man mean? Q10.mp3[audio]4D65033F6FDBC9D1A24E2DAD445DC9BE[/audio]
Jane usually visits San Francisco for her vacations.
Jane’s cousin often visits San Francisco.
Whenever there’s a holiday, Jane leaves San Francisco.
Whenever there’s a holiday, Jane's cousin goes to San Francisco.
What does the man mean? Q11.mp3[audio]79CE74E1BC1E24BD8089A8CEC65C4BA9[/audio]
He hopes he won’t eat for weeks.
He wishes he had something tc eat.
He wishes he hadn't eaten so much.
He wishes he weren’t eating.
What does the man mean? Q15.mp3[audio]36960E1C6FB304326EB4CD82BF899839[/audio]
.It's always possible.
It’s not possible to pass the class.
She shouldn't say anything about the class
She'll definitely fail.
What does the man mean? Q2.mp3[audio]EFEEE71AF91FD8C18B1A1C72E598F089[/audio]
Martha applied for a visa last month.
Martha arrived last month without her visa
Martha’s visa was already delivered.
Martha's visa will last for only a month
What does the man mean? Q30.mp3[audio]409FABFB425935B7FB772DC618912574[/audio]
He bought grapes because they were cheaper than cherries
He didn't buy either grapes or cherries because of the price.
He didn't know that grapes were cheaper than cherries
He knew that grapes were cheaper than cherries
What does the man mean? Q4.mp3[audio]4583F1C1F4ACAC366C8560051EAE6652[/audio]
Chuck didn't seem to be doing very well.
Chuck had improved.
Chuck looked at him in the hospital.
This visit was better than the last.
What does the man mean? Q4.mp3[audio]4583F1C1F4ACAC366C8560051EAE6652[/audio]
Chuck had improved.
Chuck looked at him in the hospital.
His health has improved
This visit was better than the last.
What does the man mean? Q7.mp3[audio]3BEE48AFD754CFE3B96BFD6873B62897[/audio]
He parked the car before class at 10:00.
It was impossible to start class by 10:00.
The parking lots were full before 10:00.
The possibility of finding a place to park increased.
What does the man say about Debbie? Q19.mp3[audio]7BBC457C0CBBEFCC57615F1D2BC7B230[/audio]
he’s probably in the apartment
Her purse must not be in the âprtment
She left without taking her purse
She shouldn't leave her purse here.
What does the man say about the cake? Q17.mp3[audio]D3157F634280D26E432D428DFCE4D943[/audio]
He never tasted the cake.
He wished he hadn't tasted the cake.
The cake has never been very good
The cake is extremely good.
What does the man suggest to the woman? Q21.mp3[audio]04885394DB498C9B76B058216DA7BEE4[/audio]
Fixing the car herself.
Getting the car repaired.
Listening to the noises.
Taking the car out for a test drive.
What does the professor conclude about both theories? 109_Bai9_TB.mp3[audio]4A8BF9D2B77180DA86E5743936B2AA99[/audio]
Neither makes much sense.
One is better than the other.
Each is partially correct.
They should be discarded.
What does the professor imply about bamboo? 15_Bai6_TB.mp3[audio]9EDB980EFA07B859C28A25B72413E237[/audio]
It causes tooth problems in animals.
It was once consumed by humans as well.
It was eaten by many ancient creatures.
It nearly went extinct thousands of years ago.
What does the professor imply about divorce among blue tits? 115_Bai9_Kho.mp3[audio]4055F8AF0FF02DD28C61D556D9498D3E[/audio]
check_box Females benefit most from divorce.
Divorce can happen many times.
Males do not initiate divorce.
Males do not benefit from divorce.
What does the professor imply about increases in land temperatures? 20_Bai6_TB.mp3[audio]BD175C3475246BAFD73B28C1C696C9AF[/audio]
They can be predicted with complex computer models.
They are more important than changes in the troposphere.
They are a sign that manmade global warming is occuring.
They are not related to the burning of fossil fuels.
What does the professor imply about the decline of the Easter Island civilization? 23_Bai6_TB.mp3[audio]10C41E4DCC3BDB252C7050689A916CCD[/audio]
It could have been prevented with better leadership.
It took place over a long period of time.
Nothing could have been done to stop it from happening.
It was influenced by the first Europeans.
What does the professor imply about the theory of global warming? 22_Bai6_TB.mp3[audio]215A59C6AF129E06AA2B77B911C2F1AD[/audio]
check_box The students are probably already familiar with it.
It is becoming more accepted by scientists.
He will need a lot of time to discuss this theory.
The arguments against it are not realistic.
What does the professor say to the student? 54_Bai7_TB.mp3[audio]3A859E436911892709324C97DDD20BD9[/audio]
He should talk to the department head.
He can take the final later in the week.
His English grade is more important.
He can make up the English final.
What does the professor show by mentioning the Hawaiian goose and Newell’s shearwaters? 14_Bai6_TB.mp3[audio]9C49BE79C473C829B43744574BB65E1B[/audio]
The mongoose was particularly harmful to native bird species.
Introducing the mongoose to Jamaica was a big mistake.
The mongoose has no natural predators in Hawaii.
Non-native bird species can damage the environment.
What does the professor think about retaking the college entrance exam? 34_Bai7_De.mp3[audio]9C86CABDD48F3EDA9C4CC61B6C11D0C2[/audio]
check_box He thinks it’s a bad idea.
He feels it’s the best choice.
He believes it’ll help the student.
He thinks it’s an obvious solution.
What does the woman hope will happen? Q38.mp3[audio]22ACE468CF8E2897179D3778742C8264[/audio]
Scientists will find solutions to the problem
She will be able to travel in space.
The junk will fall to Earth.
The problem will take care of itself.
What does the woman imply about her boss? Q25.mp3[audio]A603285B0C2BC7EA5D60F5AEF9B3D1FB[/audio]
He couldn’t be unhappier about retiring
He is eager to leave his job.
He is retiring too soon.
He is unhappy at the thought of retiring
What does the woman mean? Q12.mp3[audio]3C1A3E2E3D386F7255C6A616011B05FB[/audio]
She agrees that the traffic is noisy.
She thinks that the traffic should stay outside
She’ll stay outside with the man
Traffic should not be allowed.
What does the woman mean? Q14.mp3[audio]2AEBB1EB0CCCCA24DCAE4EE48F7BD674[/audio]
The bus trip is only five minutes long
The bus was five minutes late.
The man doesn’t have time to waste
The man missed the bus by five minutes
What does the woman mean? Q16.mp3[audio]1263EB672441B8449643DB54DB236F6C[/audio]
She gave Tom money to pay the rent.
She had some money to lend.
She was given money for the rent.
Tom borrowed money for the rent.
What does the woman mean? Q18.mp3[audio]721C4F88B4F820FC94F47789A497607E[/audio]
At the comer she ran into another car.
Carl was running from place to place.
She ran to Carl because she cared.
She unexpectedly met one of herrelatives
What does the woman mean? Q20.mp3[audio]A8A76250FF985DC50CF569C208CBE29F[/audio]
It is important to call the landlordabout rent on the first of the month
The landlord failed to collect rent on head.the first of last month.
The landlord will not fail to collectyour rent on the first of next month.
The tenants absolutely must pay rentby the first of the month
What does the woman mean? Q22.mp3[audio]6C30A06FAA9354B4319D5F89B8E50131[/audio]
It’s better for Martha to have two jobs
It’s easy to hold two jobs.
Martha should slow down
Martha’s jobs are easy.
What does the woman mean? Q28.mp3[audio]FF9C212D2A7A62D1AD7E5553999823A2[/audio]
She felt inferior.
She felt there should have been more fairness
She was extremely angry.
She wasn’t furious.
What does the woman mean? Q3.mp3[audio]8F90CA5996718EA0A9DD914E93CFAEF4[/audio]
The professor described what thestudents should do.
The professor lined up for retirement.
The professor required an outline.
There was a long line to register for the required class.
What does the woman mean? Q5.mp3[audio]C8C9AFADAB0D04391435AAF3A0E098DC[/audio]
It costs too much.
She has more than enough for tuition.
She thinks the tuition should be increased.
The semester’s tuition is quite affordable.
What does the woman mean? Q8.mp3[audio]DD68C1E20BA50EB820F860EDB710E642[/audio]
She would like a hug.
She’s found a new ring.
She’s shopping for a carpet
She’s thankful she has a rag.
What had the woman assumed? Q29.mp3[audio]A714068922D07906BB2D820FBF44015C[/audio]
The dishes would not be done
The man would do the dishes.
The man would not be ready to go
The plates did not need to be washed
What happens to the vine after the tree dies? 117_Bai9_Kho.mp3[audio]731DC2F0BC7F476E0127F712E79E0E17[/audio]
It uses the tree’s remains as a food source.
It attaches itself to a new tree host.
It continues growing without the tree.
It starts to die along with the tree.
What is at the same time as the music departments’s concert?   Q33.mp3[audio]D02F9C56D49F3834F9902704E559CD63[/audio]
A game.
A play.
A study group meeting.
Dinner in the cafeteria
What is one function of cell walls? 105_Bai9_TB.mp3[audio]42E790D1159980A416934097D7391D2F[/audio]
check_box Keeping out harmful substances
Making up the plant’s skeleton
Giving plants their loose structure
Protecting the plant’s cell membrane
What is the lecture mainly about? 118_Bai9_Kho.mp3[audio]0BB75C8A8E4372842FC96EDF7F7DF190[/audio]
check_box How people survived the plague
The consequences of plague in England
Plague outbreaks throughout the ages
The true origin of the plague
What is the longest and best- known poem by Withman? Q50.mp3[audio]D6ADA2B1D99477BFA38F4D21FC40A7DB[/audio]
"Song of Myself.”
“American Democracy."
“Leaves of Grass."
“When Lilacs Last in the Dooryard Bloomed.”
What is the main idea of the discussion? 104_Bai9_TB.mp3[audio]5CF2B072D3BCCAC1A4820954755E656F[/audio]
check_box A series of droughts destroyed the Mayans.
Spanish invaders conquered the civilization.
Corn was a major source of Mayan income.
New methods have improved archeology.
What is the main topic of the discussion? 103_Bai9_TB.mp3[audio]A47DD957ABDF530B42E9BD37202912A5[/audio]
The effects of a natural disaster
The economics of an ancient society
An archeological experiment
A new theory on the Mayans
What is the most common theme in leaves of grass? Q48.mp3[audio]2B2DDD54DE95A26AA1FC1875518D9F70[/audio]
The beauty of American democracy.
The death of Abraham Lincoln.
The maturity of poetry
The raising of plants
What is the professor’s attitude toward the introduction of Caulerpa to the Mediterranean? 99_Bai9_De.mp3[audio]4C7A5C0EB789E141D6862703D5A43961[/audio]
check_box Troubled
Patient
Amused
Unconcerned
What is the professor’s opinion in regards to Darwin’s theory? 107_Bai9_TB.mp3[audio]B64333334B298DD8A868C24BC527965C[/audio]
check_box She feels Darwin’s they needs to be modified.
She feels that Darwin was completely wrong.
She believes Darwin’s theory is more logical.
She thinks Darwin was only slightly accurate.
What is the professor’s opinion of long-term earthquake prediction? 93_Bai9_De.mp3[audio]19A96B3B159FECF1D93479F0F956D9EB[/audio]
check_box He feels it’s useful.
He is frustrated by it.
He is excited by it.
He doesn’t trust it.
What is the professor’s stance on writing the letter? 56_Bai7_Kho.mp3[audio]F3716DD295A26FCFEB037CDBB2DE4051[/audio]
check_box He think there are better ways to achieve the student’s goal.
He feels that it will not do much good for the student.
He is hapy to write a recommendation for his student.
He believes it will help the student to achieve an internship.
What is the student’s attitude toward reading old books? 60_Bai7_Kho.mp3[audio]9C464169DA965DE8999E0BA4093F5C57[/audio]
check_box Uncomfortable about the books
Unconcerned about the reading
Excited about the task
Relaxed about the assignment
What is the student’s opinion of a project after talking with the professor? 31_Bai7_De.mp3[audio]5D281F11DC4CFB1603AE4D52A8E55D09[/audio]
She’s more anxious about it.
She’s still frustrated with it.
She’s unconcerned by it.
She’s more interested in it.
What is the student’s problem? 43_Bai7_TB.mp3[audio]C6D9A82F3FB56DE554341CDCAC969CBD[/audio]
She didn’t receive credit for her class.
She’s not allowed to take the class.
The professor already has an assistant.
The course won’t count for credit.
What is the weather like in Hawaii? Q44.mp3[audio]1F496919F2B4CDB2A5E782F053CA7B6E[/audio]
Extremely hot year-round.
Fairly constant and moderate
Seasonable, with warm summers and cold winters.
Very humid.
What is the woman planning to do Saturday? Q31.mp3[audio]A5E7A82D7EDDD7CA6194CDDF9C019318[/audio]
Attend a football game alone.
Eat in the cafeteria and study.
Go to a sporting event
See a play.
What is true about the trade winds? Q45.mp3[audio]0CFBBA941861159D71FAD12E3BE8409D[/audio]
They are the hardest during the night
They come from the southwest
They come most days of the year.
They increase the humidity
What must the student do to gain permission? 41_Bai7_De.mp3[audio]57CD4CD3DA6D1392A28FC1604C559952[/audio]
check_box Write to the scholarship committee
Fill out the necessary application
Get approval from her algebra professor
Talk to the department head
What point is the professor making when he mentioned the other studies? 102_Bai9_De.mp3[audio]152C50F1E5EC477CB19941A3AAC41E10[/audio]
The rat study is not true.
More evidence is still needed.
No human studies have been performed.
Aspartame is probably safe.
What problem does the woman mention? 49_Bai7_TB.mp3[audio]82501926B7D4A042B8E3D9AACAFEA761[/audio]
She isn’t able to retake the class.
She isn’t going to receive a scholarship.
She won’t earn 15 credits for the semester.
She can’t drop her algebra class.
What type of references should be used in writing the paper? Q41.mp3[audio]9E2D87B02BD35DF33A71E7626AB9A46B[/audio]
Books from outside the library.
Books listed in student journals
Both books and journals
Journal and magazine articles
What was damaged in the storm? 17_Bai6_TB.mp3[audio]B8FDF780FA67F04026B2343458A31C90[/audio]
A tree
An upstairs window
Her car
The roof
What will the people listening to the talk probably doing soon?   Q46.mp3[audio]D286B030B3861ABDB800526DF3F8F4DB[/audio]
Beginning a study of the weather
Buying warm clothes for a trip.
Preparing for a trip.
Writing a report about the weather.
What will the student do if she receives permission? 50_Bai7_TB.mp3[audio]A879173663D27223B59D15CFE15031C7[/audio]
check_box Take a summer class
Take on an extra class
Retake the Algebra course
Transfer to another course
What will the student need to provide as proof? 53_Bai7_TB.mp3[audio]A5D9C8006329093CBB66617FEECAF730[/audio]
check_box A written document
A note from the English professor
A schedule of his recital
A phone call from the dance professor
What’s the professor’s attitude toward the facts found in the article? 100_Bai9_De.mp3[audio]F3A3B4FFC2F02802EFABCAB223CDF401[/audio]
check_box She finds them troubling.
She thinks they’re unimportant.
She finds them to be inaccurate.
She believes they’re unclear.
When does the man plan to study? Q34.mp3[audio]27BFC2BA15A7FCF7AA66132394225C7F[/audio]
After dinner in the cafeteria.
Maybe next weekend
Saturday night.
Sunday afternoon.
When does this talk probably take place?   Q39.mp3[audio]AFDC958D64FD5B5CEBC449BCD8CBCB40[/audio]
At the end of class
In the final week of the semester
In the middle of the semester
On the first day of class.
When is the paper due? Q40.mp3[audio]948C4159D46423FE917CDB940F7AC4E3[/audio]
By Friday of this week
In three weeks
In two weeks.
Later today.
Where are reefs usually located? 2_Bai6_De.mp3[audio]27F958C6E4552B93FE574682624165C5[/audio]
Deep underwater
In the middle of the ocean
Near the surface of the ocean
In lakes and rivers
Where did the woman learn about this problem? Q36.mp3[audio]7364F3EF892B424500D8BFD1219F0E14[/audio]
From a lecture.
In a book.
In a magazine article.
On a television program
Where does the actual glass recycling process take place? 7_Bai6_De.mp3[audio]947C24D69ED286A2415C3A0AE24CE38A[/audio]
At a production company
At a glass plant
At a manufacturing factory
At a collection company
Where does the left over of the desalination process go? 12_Bai6_De.mp3[audio]88C0AA9AC112E8599D84F671C17E4445[/audio]
Into the ground
To a waste landfill
Onto an island
Back into the sea
Where does the pollution come from? 24_Bai6_TB.mp3[audio]734F3222D4D1C1BE2DE1593235BEFF54[/audio]
The mountains
A village
The forest
The valley
Where does this conversation probably take place? Q9.mp3[audio]8306B04953AB942BB29FEF86CEFD155E[/audio]
In a bank.
In a checkout line.
In a department store.
In an accounting firm.
Which are mentioned as samples materials causing problems for the can recycling process? 10_Bai6_De.mp3[audio]106DFFB568520B2BB2C0460BA8418ED8[/audio]
Dust and rocks
Liquid and paper
Sand and food
Food and drink
Which building was hit by lightning? 4_Bai6_De.mp3[audio]D222E5955092AE8BCD7BAE12C1E4A1F5[/audio]
A hotel
An apartment building
A church
A factory
Which does NOT happen to a cloud when freezing water inside it releases heat? 19_Bai6_TB.mp3[audio]8A26A45F748BFC3E5B49C461A4D7BD4E[/audio]
check_box It produces storms.
It produces more rain.
It gets bigger.
It contains more moisture.
Which example of natural desalination is mentioned?   11_Bai6_De.mp3[audio]FC4EAFE5FD0ECA0037293DB7C175E1DC[/audio]
Sea dogs
Seals
Fish
Sea birds
Which of the following is NOT mixed with crushed glass? 8_Bai6_De.mp3[audio][/audio]
check_box Water
Ash
Sand
Limestone
Which of the following is NOT mixed with crushed glass? 8_Bai6_De.mp3[audio]8DA484EA6A46C46F9E244591EFFD0245[/audio]
check_box Water
Sand
Ash
Limestone
Which of the following is true of climate? 1_Bai6_De.mp3[audio]33DE9E0C4E069529F1F4D4B7ED29FDCF[/audio]
check_box It actually does not change.
Sometimes weather events can change it.
It is rarely static.
Typically, changes in it happen quickly.
Which of the following is true of thunder? 92_Bai9_De.mp3[audio]0110C2301291D06D214D22A8EB971723[/audio]
check_box It is produced by lightning.
It happens during hot weather.
It produces heat.
It occurs before lightning.
Why can’t the student miss the recital? 55_Bai7_Kho.mp3[audio]227381536B2FCD6EB476A7A839249DBD[/audio]
It counts as his dance final.
He’s receiving a special honor.
He can’t let his partner down.
It’s required for his major.
Why didn’t the student contact the professor? 48_Bai7_TB.mp3[audio]6275621704D2C3B04C5B855B9B3C3CB7[/audio]
He didn’t have access to the Internet.
His computer wasn’t working.
The phone number in the syllabus was wrong.
He was delayed by a traffic jam.
Why didn’t the student turn in his project? 47_Bai7_TB.mp3[audio]75941C2392C333B30A797F5FF5E49BA7[/audio]
He ate lunch with friends.
He had no Internet access.
He was at home sick.
He had a broken-down car.
Why does the cashier need the student’s ID? 39_Bai7_De.mp3[audio]CDEA898B2CE8C53D0DEA33DB31C880B7[/audio]
check_box To find his information
To re-enroll the student
To credit his account
To pay a late fee
Why does the man want to go to the football game? Q32.mp3[audio]D525F1D0DA1DC92D4CD800D731A89D9F[/audio]
It’s a very important game.
It’s close to the cafeteria.
It’s the final game of the season.
It's better than the drama departments play.
Why does the professor discuss the Hyksos? 91_Bai9_De.mp3[audio]E27DCEAAAA898258B25B8853E7C09E53[/audio]
check_box To explain how two-wheeled chariots came to Egypt
To describe the Egyptians’ earliest soldiers
To introduced the reader to Egyptian warfare
To describe the weapons of Egypt’s enemies
Why does the professor mentino Antarctica? 27_Bai6_Kho.mp3[audio]A0337D27B1DBE3746F3D9FF47E18024D[/audio]
To indicate how long it took for dinosaurs to evolve
To show where the climate change took place
To show where evidence has been foud
Why does the professor mention the dinosaurs? 26_Bai6_Kho.mp3[audio]369A44BC07AE56913EA0275B1592212C[/audio]
To describe some species that are now extinct
To illustrate a topic by using a familiar example
To show that life evolved differently in the past
To compare different causes of mass extinctions
Why does the professor talk about the rats? 111_Bai9_De.mp3[audio]343C3AD497C9BFFF95E91C0D4BD4EEEA[/audio]
check_box To provide evidence about aspartame
To compare the rats to humans
To oppose the use of sugar substitutes
To suggest the need for more research
Why does the student go to the professor? 44_Bai7_TB.mp3[audio]7E08F77992BACF97280CAD4EF75F848B[/audio]
To pick up an application form
To ask for a recommendation
To talk about her class grade
To discuss an upcoming trip
Why does the student mention sugar cane? 13_Bai6_TB.mp3[audio]1B4FA97D407D5C2FC82BC37382EC8CFA[/audio]
To discuss what the mongoose eats
To give an example of a non-native species
To compare the environment of Jamaica and Hawaii
To explain why people imported the mongoose
Why does the student need to fill out the extra paperwork? 36_Bai7_De.mp3[audio]85397872E9DF435205CBD781C274A78E[/audio]
To choose which kind of financial aid she wants
To show she is now a full-time student
To prove her parents don’t support her financially
To submit a new application for financial aid
Why does the student require assistance? 38_Bai7_De.mp3[audio]F292CD135B151DB5D2DF6D7809ECC47D[/audio]
check_box So she can afford to go to school full time
So she can get help paying her rent
So her parents don’t have to pay tuition
So she doesn’t have to work any more
Why does the student talk to the librarian? 46_Bai7_TB.mp3[audio]C42C543E55C45BBF7DC1439FABD4635B[/audio]
To get help fiding a book
To ask about a poet
To ask about the library’s resources
To learn about the electronic reserve
Why does the student talk to the professor? 42_Bai7_De.mp3[audio]9A9FCF75465E80A92A1EE84165B3C394[/audio]
check_box To ask if she can retake his class
To change the focus of her college
To ask about becoming a teacher’s assistant
To discuss a course she needs for graduation
Why does the student visit the financial aid advisor? 37_Bai7_De.mp3[audio]1B3C26317C7852E919B8223AA5D535BA[/audio]
She wants to complain about a letter.
She wants to submit a new application for financial aid.
She needs information about financial aid.
She hopes to change to a full-time student.
Why was the student disenrolled? 51_Bai7_TB.mp3[audio]60D01CAF697F68D476F24BD54424400B[/audio]
A class was filled to capacity.
He didn’t pay for a class on time.
He accidentally dropped all his classes.
The student had dropped his Yoga class.

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