ICU | 英語リスニング | 2020
Choose the best answer to each question.
1. How will the woman most likely find out if tomorrow’s classes are canceled?
a. by talking to the man
b. by calling the university
c. by visiting the university website
d. by checking the weather forecast
2. Which of the following is true?
a. The man prefers the western-style rooms.
b. The man would not like to live in the new dormitory.
c. The man and the woman have similar tastes in interior design.
d. The man and the woman are impressed by the new dormitory.
3. When will the woman most likely get the handout from the man?
a. during their class the next day
b. in Professor Saito’s class tomorrow
c. just after finishing her part-time job
d. immediately before 4th period today
4. Which of the following is true?
a. The woman is worried about catching a cold.
b. The man is worried about the woman’s health.
c. The woman is worried about meeting the deadline.
d. The man is worried about the woman finishing her paper.
5. What is the main reason the woman wants to meet the man at 11:30?
a. to relax before eating lunch
b. to work on their homework together
c. to avoid the busy hours in the cafeteria
d. to make sure she can choose the food she wants
6. What does the man recommend?
a. changing the topic
b. broadening the focus
c. finding a different focus
d. narrowing down the topic
7. What will the man probably do next?
a. talk to his roommate
b. contact his study group
c. cancel the study session
d. check the library schedule
8. According to the woman, what is the most effective way to find good sources?
a. search for titles
b. input authors’ names
c. enter precise keywords
d. limit the publication dates
9. Where is the clinic?
a. opposite the stairs
b. next to the music room
c. opposite the counseling center
d. next to the Study Abroad Office
10. Based on the conversation, which of the following is true?
a. The woman is a first-year student.
b. The woman bonded with her friends.
c. The man is eager to hear the lectures.
d. The man did not enjoy last year’s camp.
11. How do the man and the woman usually get to college?
a. The man and the woman take the bus.
b. The man rides his bicycle and the woman takes a taxi.
c. The man rides his bicycle and the woman takes the bus.
d. The man takes the bus and the woman rides her bicycle.
12. What can be inferred from the man’s suggestion?
a. The woman should live on campus.
b. The woman should get more exercise.
c. The woman should use money wisely.
d. The woman should be on time for class.
13. Who is the man talking to?
a. his friend
b. a counselor
c. his professor
d. a writing tutor
14. What time will the woman’s last available appointment end?
a. 2:10 p.m.
b. 2:40 p.m.
c. 3:10 p.m.
d. 3:40 p.m.
15. Why does this session finish so quickly?
a. The man does not have enough time.
b. The woman has another appointment.
c. The woman refuses to correct his writing.
d. The man does not have his paper with him.
Listen to the lecture.
16. Which of the following is one of the three common beliefs about children’s lies?
a. Adults usually cannot identify children’s lies.
b. Children’s lies can reveal aspects of human nature.
c. Children begin lying before entering elementary school.
d. Young children who lie have problems with their character.
17. According to the lecture, which is true about the first experiment?
a. The examiner excused the children who did not peek at the cards.
b. The examiner created an opportunity for children to look at the cards.
c. The children asked the researcher if they could see the cards to win rewards.
d. The children wanted to be alone in the room to check the numbers on the cards.
18. How many 2-year-old children admitted that they looked at the cards?
a. about 30%
b. about 50%
c. about 70%
d. about 80%
19. What did Lee discover about the adult subjects in his follow-up study?
a. Parents often lie to their children.
b. Adults cannot spot children’s lies.
c. Parents can detect half of children’s lies.
d. Adults lie once or twice a day on average.
20. According to the lecture, which is the best definition of theory of mind?
a. the ability to understand the emergence of lying
b. the ability to control the situation around oneself
c. the ability to function more appropriately in society
d. the ability to distinguish one’s knowledge from that of others
21. Which of the following is given as a reason for the increased use of technology in the recruitment process?
a. to save applicants’ time
b. to develop candidates’ skills
c. to hire more suitable candidates
d. to reduce the number of applicants
22. According to the lecturer, how many job applications did one multinational investment bank receive in 2016?
23. According to the lecturer, what does AI do during video interviews?
a. It identifies the most relevant keywords in applicants’ resumes.
b. It allows applicants to record their answers on their computers.
c. It evaluates elements of the applicants’ non-verbal communication.
d. It enables companies to adapt questions based on the content of responses.
24. Which of the following is the main reason companies think that computer games can be a useful tool for selecting candidates?
a. Candidates enjoy role-playing in the games.
b. Candidates behave more naturally in the games.
c. Candidates change facial expressions in the games.
d. Candidates show their computer skills in the games.
25. According to the lecturer, how can the use of AI in recruitment reduce diversity in the workplace?
a. by evaluating applicants based on unrealistic expectations
b. by removing human input from the decision-making process
c. by making the process of selecting candidates more subjective
d. by selecting candidates whose traits resemble those of current staff
26. According to the lecturer, why are scientists trying to improve solar panels?
a. to make them less expensive
b. to meet environmental standards
c. to meet increasing energy demands
d. to make them more dependent on silicon
27. Which of the following is true about perovskites?
a. They make efficient but expensive solar cells.
b. They all have the same basic structure and formula.
c. They always contain Carbon, Titanium, and Oxygen.
d. They are widely available as commercial solar panels.
28. What is one of the reasons the researchers chose caffeine?
a. It can interact with materials in the perovskites.
b. It boils at the same temperature as perovskites.
c. It had already enhanced the lifespan of traditional silicon solar cells.
d. It can form a "molecular lock^^ with perovskites at 300 degrees Celsius.
29. How did caffeine affect the perovskite solar cells in the UCLA study?
a. It improved their thermal stability over 13,000 hours.
b. It enhanced their power conversion efficiency by 86%.
c. It increased their thermal stability at 85 degrees Celsius.
d. It interacted with 1,3,7 trimethylxanthine to boost their efficiency.
30. What is the lecturer’s prediction regarding perovskite solar cells?
a. They will become more widely used.
b. The research on them will not progress.
c. They will need more commercial support.
d. They are not likely to replace silicon solar cells.
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