12.What does the professor mainly discuss?
- Why some whales do not migrate
- How and why baleen whales migrate
- How baleen whales communicate with other whales
- How different whales hunt for their food
13.According to the professor, what is a common reason for migration that does NOT apply to baleen whales?
- The need to avoid lower water temperatures
- The need to raise young in a suitable environment
- The need to find better feeding grounds
- The need to find a mating partner
14.In order to prove or disprove the balancing-act theory of whale migration, what question needs to be answered?
- Whether or not whales have good eyesight
- How long baleen whales are able to survive without food
- How fast baleen whales can swim compared with other kinds of whales
- Whether moving south saves whales more energy than staying north
15.According to the professor, what are the possible means used by migrating whales to find the right direction? Choose 3 answers.
- Using magnetic fields as a guide
- Recognizing coastal landmarks
- Following the heat of the tropical water
- Listening to sounds that bounce off of the land
- Following the migrating plankton
16.Listen to Track 66.
- She is not an expert on what she is about to discuss.
- She discuss only what is relevant to her main point.
- She thinks her students already understand her point.
- She will not repeat what was discussed in previous classes.
17.Listen to Track 67.
- It is not obvious how whales find their way.
- Different whales have different ways of locating food.
- Whales have a poor sense of orientation.
- Scientists have not been able to track the whales.
Directions: Now answer the questions.
18.Why does the student go to see her advisor, Professor Anderson?
- She wants Professor Anderson’s help with her research.
- She is responding to Professor Anderson’s invitation.
- She has a complaint about another professor.
- She wants to get a letter of recommendation to law school.
19.Why does the student mention Professor Connelly’s class?
- She was not happy with the grade she received in the class.
- She might be able to expand the research she did in the class.
- It was the most difficult class she ever took.
- Professor Connelly took the class on a trip to Venezuela.
20.What does the student tell Professor Anderson she will do before their next meeting?
- Register for Professor Connelly’s class
- Begin to write her honors thesis
- Turn in her honors project to Professor Connelly
- Talk to Professor Connelly about doing an honors project
21.Listen to Track 69.
- Very few students are asked to consider writing an honors thesis.
- The woman has shown poor research skills in the past.
- An honors thesis could help the woman get into law school.
- The woman should write a proposal outlining her research skills.
22.Listen to Track 70.
- She is uncertain about her ability to write an honors thesis.
- She does not think an honors thesis would be useful to her.
- She considers herself to be a good writer.
- She has only written one research paper before.
Directions: Listen to Track 71.
Directions: Now answer the questions.
23.What is the lecture mainly about?
- Why some newspapers do not improve their services
- What newspapers can do to increase their readership
- Why local newspapers cannot compete with major newspapers
- How the topics that interest readers have changed over the years
24.According to the professor, what topics are newspaper readers most interested in? Choose 2 answers.
- Political issues
- Entertainment and weather
- Natural disasters and accidents
- Ordinary people
25. According to the professor, how can newspapers attract readers to serious stories?
- By including photos that provide background information
- By making minor revisions to the content of the story
- By making the format more appealing to readers
- By gradually increasing the number of serious stories
26.What does the professor imply about the use of colors in newspapers?
- It has been greatly influenced by reader preferences.
- It is more effective than early research indicated.
- It has not resulted in significant increases in the number of readers.
- It has been neglected in the study of journalism.
27. Listen to Track 72.
- He agrees with the professor completely.
- He is surprised by the professor’s point of view.
- He is not familiar with the topic the professor is discussing
- He can offer a solution to the problem being discussed.
28.Listen to Track 73.
- He fully supports the student’s statement.
- His experience this morning was unexpected.
- He was not affected by what happened this morning.
- The student should not complain.