Fix A Problem With Class Schedule
Listen to a conversation between a student and an employee at the registrar’s office.
- What is the conversation mainly about?
- A. What the deadline to register for a Japanese class is.
- B. Why a class the woman chose may not be suitable for her.
- C. How the woman can fix an unexpected problem with her class schedule.
- D. How first-year students can get permission to take an extra class.
- Why does the man tell the woman that Japanese classes are popular?
- A. To imply that a Japanese class is unlikely to be canceled.
- B. To explain why the woman should have registered for the class sooner.
- C. To encourage the woman to consider taking Japanese.
- D. To convince the woman to wait until next semester to take a Japanese class.
- Why does the man ask the woman if she registered for classes online?
- A. To explain that she should have registered at the registrar’s office.
- B. To find out if there is a record of her registration in the computer.
- C. To suggest a more efficient way to register for classes.
- D. To determine if she received confirmation of her registration.
- What does the man suggest the woman do?
[CHOOSE 2 ANSWERS]
- A. Put her name on a waiting list.
- B. Get the professor to sign a form granting her permission to take the class.
- C. Identify a course she could take instead of Japanese.
- D. Speak to the head of the Japanese department.
- What does the man imply when he points out that the woman is a first-year student?
- A. The woman has registered for too many classes.
- B. The woman should not be concerned if she cannot get into the Japanese class.
- C. The woman should not register for advanced-level Japanese classes yet.
- D. The woman should only take required courses at this time.
答案：C A D BC B