ICU | 英語リスニング | 2019
Choose the best answer to each question.
1. Why does the man have to go?
a. He has to work at his part-time job.
b. He has to go to class.
c. He has to do his own research.
d. He has to go to Houston.
2. Where is this conversation most likely taking place?
a. at the Admissions Office
b. at the Career Center
c. at the Multimedia Center
d. at the Academic Advising Office
3. How does the man prepare for a presentation?
a. He reads his presentation notes.
b. He checks his notes with a classmate.
c. He rehearses with a classmate.
d. He practices in front of his class.
4. What can be inferred from the conversation?
a. Professor Keller is unaware of the student’s illness.
b. Professor Keller is inflexible about submission dates.
c. Professor Keller is sympathetic about student’s problems.
d. Professor Keller is likely to refuse an extension request.
5. Which of the following is true?
a. The woman thinks the man should understand the importance of her topic.
b. The man thinks deforestation is a very serious problem.
c. The woman thinks the man is aware of global problems that need to be addressed.
d. The man thinks deforestation is a good topic to research.
6. Which of the following is true?
a. The woman would like to work at the campus library.
b. The man has been working at the library for a while.
c. The man is not happy with the working conditions.
d. The woman will only work at a well-paid part-time job.
7. What does the man learn from this conversation?
a. Dr. Adams handles withdrawals for biology courses.
b. Dr. Adams is free for an appointment tomorrow.
c. The Sports Science Department is closed tomorrow.
d. Each department has similar procedures for withdrawals.
8. What will the man most likely say next?
a. Thank you. I didn’t know that there’s a final paper.
b. Thank you. I’ll ask Professor Smith if there Js a paper.
c. Thank you. I’ll email Professor Smith to check about the exams.
d. Thank you. I hadn’t planned on studying for the midterm exam.
9. What is scheduled on Wednesday?
a. A special lecture is being held.
b. The American History paper is due.
c. The American Literature paper is due.
d. Soccer practice is being held.
10. What can be inferred from the conversation?
a. The man thinks he should get a teaching license.
b. The man thinks she will make a good teacher.
c. The woman will quit her part-time job soon.
d. The woman doesn’t like junior high students.
11. Between whom is the conversation probably taking place?
a. two university students planning to study in Japan
b. a Japanese student and her friend living in New York
c. two Japanese students going on a study abroad program
d. a Japanese student and an international student in Japan
12. Which is the most likely reason the woman wanted to speak to the man?
a. She felt anxious about studying abroad in America.
b. She was keen to know how to prepare to study abroad.
c. She was interested in having lunch with the man.
d. She was wondering if Americans speak too fast.
13. How does the man know that the woman is on the new meal plan?
a. Most of his friends changed plans.
b. His friend informed him.
c. She had already told him.
d. He saw her changing to it.
14. Which of the following is true about the woman’s new meal plan?
a. She changed it a week ago.
b. She can still eat on weekends.
c. She is spending less money.
d. She uses the cafeteria more.
15. Which of the following is a reason the man gives for staying on his current meal plan?
a. He can eat any time of the day.
b. The plan is reasonably priced.
c. The plan includes breakfast.
d. His teammates are on the plan.
Listen to the lecture.
16. Why is the smartphone application mentioned?
a. to argue that technology has advanced because of the use of averages
b. to give an example of a practical application that uses averages
c. to discuss the possibility of using averages in information technology
d. to exemplify the use of averages in improving vehicle performance
17. How many pilots did the American Air Force measure in the 1950s?
18. What did Daniels discover when he examined the data?
a. that people generally doubted the importance of averages
b. that height and arm length are the most important characteristics
c. that an average pilot can never be accurately defined
d. that no pilot fit the average in the measurements he examined
19. Which of the following statements is true about Dr. Rose?
a. He is skeptical about abolishing averages in education.
b. He argued that averages help teachers target individual needs.
c. He was a poor student and quit high school.
d. He now teaches medicine at a famous university.
20. What is the main idea of this lecture?
a. Averages have had a negative impact on education.
b. Averages should not be relied on too much.
c. Averages should be used to make vehicles safe.
d. Averages have not been used for designing things.
21. What did children’s author Deborah Wiles say about storytelling?
a. The combination of words and images enhances stories.
b. The reader will not understand stories with only words.
c. The art and text should be experienced separately.
d. Storytelling is an important part of human culture.
22. According to the lecture, what were common subjects of cave paintings?
a. hunting and feasting
b. feasting and adventure
c. animals and abstract images
d. abstract images and minerals
23. What did the lecturer compare European church art with?
a. the Bible
d. family images
24. According to the lecture, how do filmmakers try to involve the audience in their stories?
a. by using a new type of visual effects
b. by drawing interesting characters
c. by allowing them to interact with stories
d. by giving them more control
25. What is the best title for this lecture?
a. Common Storytelling Messages of Our Ancestors
b. Visual Art and Its Effect on People Through the Ages
c. Advanced Technologies and How Artists Use Them
d. Developments in Visual Aids Used in Storytelling
26. What evidence of chimpanzee intelligence did Goodall present in her research?
a. They do not fight against each other.
b. They form alliances with other members.
c. They can identify edible flowers.
d. They can develop elementary tools.
27. What was the main reason for the Gombe chimpanzee war?
a. One group moved to the south.
b. The leader was challenged.
c. Males killed a rival member.
d. Two brothers rivaled each other.
28. Which statement best explains why Goodall was slow to publish her research?
a. She thought her research methods might be too intrusive.
b. She realized her work would astonish the scientific community.
c. She didn’t have enough time to complete her research.
d. She didn’t want to believe that chimpanzees could be so violent.
29. Why did some researchers doubt Goodall’s research?
a. They thought she was far too slow to publish her findings.
b. They thought she had disturbed the natural environment too much.
c. They thought she was too emotionally connected to her research.
d. They thought she had been unprepared for a long-term study.
30. What does the lecturer say is distressing?
a. Many creatures are far more violent than we think.
b. Human societies may be inherently violent.
c. There will always be war in our world.
d. All intelligent species have some capacity for violence.
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