Section One: Listening Comprehension
1. (A) She wants the man to make a reservation for her.
(B) They don't need a reservation tonight.
(C) They should make reservations for next weekend.
(D) She thinks the restaurant will be crowded tonight.
2. (A) Get her watch fixed.
(B) Purchase a watch for the man.
(C) Cancel the next meeting.
(D) End the meeting early.
3. (A) Take the class with a different professor
(B) Take a class in a different subject.
(C) Ask the professor if she can take the class.
(D) Complete the required courses this term.
4. (A) He isn't sure who won the game.
(B) The game won't be played until next week.
(C) It started raining after the game was over.
(D) It probably will rain next week.
5. (A) The book had been misplaced on the shelf.
(B) He can probably get a copy of the book for the woman.
(C) He will call the warehouse to see if the book is available.
(D) The woman should check to see if other bookstores have the book..
6. (A) He used to have problems doing the assignments.
(B) The woman should become a tutor.
(C) The woman won't have difficulty in her next class.
(D) The woman needs help with her assignments.
7. (A) Buy the cheaper ice cream.
(B) Buy the brand of ice cream he usually buys.
(C) Choose an ice cream that tastes good.
(D) Get ice cream at a different store.
8. (A) He didn't enjoy the game because the team lost.
(B) He's impressed by the efforts of the team.
(C) The woman is wrong about who won the game.
(D) The players could have won if they'd tried harder.
9. (A) The woman already knew about the increase in fees.
(B) The dorms will be cheaper than off-campus housing.
(C) The woman thinks the man should move out of the dorm.
(D) The woman is pleased she won't have to pay the higher fees.
10. (A) He didn't know that David was having a problem.
(B) The woman doesn't know much about accounting.
(C) David hasn't started working on his project yet.
(D) David is going to ask the woman for help.
11. (A) Invite his family to go to Alaska with him.
(B) Get advice on how to organize the trip.
(C) Make a flight reservation as soon as possible.
(D) Borrow money from his family.
12. (A) He'd like to go for a walk another time.
(B) He doesn't want to walk in the rain.
(C) He's on his way to check out a book..
(D) He only has time for a short walk.
13. (A) She doesn't speak French very well.
(B) She may be too busy to help.
(C) She didn't attend the French Club meeting yesterday.
(D) She hadn't heard about the activities fair.
14. (A) She needs to relax.
(B) The man should try harder to concentrate.
(C) She has almost finished the reading assignment.
(D) The music will bother her.
15. (A) Speak to his previous employer.
(B) Get a job working on campus.
(C) Attend the career services workshop.
(D) Get a job application form from her.
16. (A) She will wash the sweater.
(B) The sweater has the wrong label.
(C) The man can get another sweater.
(D) The manufacturer will repair the sweater.
17. (A) He's very busy Friday night.
(B) He hasn't seen his parents for a long time.
(C) He's sorry that he missed dinner.
(D) He accepts the woman's invitation.
18. (A) Discuss her report with the man.
(B) Give the man her history notes.
(C) Work on an assignment.
(D) Answer the man's questions.
19. (A) She's going to spend the whole year in New York.
(B) She plans to travel somewhere other than New York.
(C) She decided not to take a vacation this year.
(D) She won't be able to travel until later in the year.
20. (A) She doesn't think that she looks like the student.
(B) Many of her students look alike.
(C) She isn't related to the student.
(D) Her daughter isn't in her class.
21. (A) The woman will probably not be able to get the call she's waiting for.
(B) The woman's phone call isn't important.
(C) He'll call the phone company for the woman.
(D) He'll try to repair the "woman's phone.
22. (A) He also plans to drop a class.
(B) He also waited in line for a long time today.
(C) He doesn't know where to go to drop a class.
(D) He missed the deadline for dropping a class.
23. (A) The man should use a new printer.
(B) The man's primer isn't set up correctly.
(C) There is nothing wrong with the man's printer.
(D) She can't help the man right away.
24. (A) The woman should wear his scarf to the game.
(B) It will be cold at the game.
(C) The woman should borrow another sweater.
(D) He'll go home and get another scarf.
25. (A) She understands why the man seems unhappy.
(B) She will help the man change his diet.
(C) The man should see a doctor.
(D) The doctor has already explained the problem to her.
26. (A) The number of people who voted was very low.
(B) The vote was very close.
(C) Congressman Baker didn't run for office.
(D) She was not pleased with the results.
27. (A) He's sorry that the woman didn't like the book.
(B) He can order the math book for the woman.
(C) It's too late for the woman to get a refund.
(D) The woman bought the book less than ten days ago.
28. (A) He was pleased with the art in the collection.
(B) He prefers small art exhibits to large ones.
(C) He hasn't visited the art gallery yet.
(D) He doesn't enjoy going to art galleries.
29. (A) He'd like to invite the woman for lunch..
(B) He didn't expect to join the woman for lunch.
(C) He can help the woman solve the math problem.
(D) He wants to postpone his lunch meeting with the woman.
30. (A) Vote for the man.
(B) Read the man's speech.
(C) Introduce the man to the class president.
(D) Tell her friends to vote in the election.
31. (A) The early history of bookbinding.
(B) How old books become valuable.
(C) Economical ways to protect old books.
(D) Why some books deteriorate. .
32. (A) They are often handled improperly by readers.
(B) The paper is destroyed by chemicals.
(C) The ink used in printing damages the paper.
(D) The glue used in the binding loses its strength.
33. (A) They are difficult to read.
(B) They are slowly falling apart.
(C) They were not made from wood pulp.
(D) They should be stored in a cold place.
34. (A) It's very expensive.
(B) It hasn't proven to be totally effective.
(C) It can be damaging to some books.
(D) It can't be used on books published before 1850.
35. (A) Get some books for the man to look at.
(B) Ask the man to look over her notes.
(C) Continue her research in the library.
(D) Find more information on how books are preserved.
36. (A) To plan an exhibit of the student's artwork.
(B) To discuss different whaling techniques.
(C) To prepare for a visit to a museum.
(D) To review information for an examination.
37. (A) Iron from old ships.
(B) Wood found floating in the ocean.
(C) Seashells of unusual shapes and colors.
(D) The bones and teeth of whales.
38. (A) To occupy their free time.
(B) To bring good luck.
(C) To earn extra money.
(D) To take part in art competitions.
39. (A) They were used in the home.
(B) They were used to decorate the ship.
(C) They were used to catch whales.
(D) They were sold to art dealers.
40. (A) The importance of anthropology to modern society,
(B) A good source of information about a society.
(C) Attitudes toward culture in the 1940's.
(D) The relationship between anthropology and the military.
41. (A) Students might not consider them to be an important part of culture.
(B) They symbolize the rebellion of youth in the 1950's.
(C) They are discussed in the student's textbook.
(D) They have been worn for hundreds of years.
42. (A) To show how politics have changed over the years.
(B) To point out that T-shirts often provide personal information.
(C) To illustrate how the printing on clothing has improved.
(D) To support that T-shirts are a form of art.
43. (A) Places where T-shirts are not acceptable.
(B) Images that are currently printed on T-shirts.
(C) Names of people who have made T-shirts popular.
(D) Ways that T-shirts represent American culture.
44. (A) Successful business practices.
(B) Famous inventors.
(C) Public health concerns.
(D) Unsuccessful inventions.
45. (A) They drank from public water fountains.
(B) They passed around a cup of water.
(C) They drank from personal tin cups that they carried with them.
(D) They bought a paper cup of water.
46. (A) To demonstrate the importance of public health laws.
(B) To point out that without luck businesses will not succeed.
(C) To explain how traveling led to new inventions.
(D) To illustrate the importance of having the right product at the right time.
47. (A) How grasshoppers find food.
(B) How grasshoppers fight other insects.
(C) How grasshoppers communicate with each other.
(D) How grasshoppers escape from danger.
48. (A) To correct a common misunderstanding about grasshoppers.
(B) To help explain how well grasshoppers can jump.
(C) To compare the size of grasshopper with that of other insects. -
(D) To show how quickly grasshoppers respond to danger.
49. (A) They detect nerve impulses transmitted to a grasshopper's legs.
(B) They sense how far a grasshopper has jumped.
(C) They detect changes in air pressure.
(D) They help a grasshopper find food.
50. (A) The number of impulses transmitted to the grasshopper's legs.
(B) The age of the grasshopper.
(C) The number of sensory organs the grasshopper has.
(D) The size of the nerves that control walking.