The Bookstore’s Buyback Policies
- What is the conversation mainly about?
- A. Reasons that the man wants to sell his textbook.
- B. How to find out which books are on the buyback list.
- C. The bookstore’s policies for buying back textbooks from students.
- D. The student’s deadline for selling old textbooks.
- According to the woman, when are textbooks added to the buyback list?
- A. After students have registered for the next semester’s classes.
- B. After professors receive student evaluations of textbooks.
- C. After professors inform the bookstore what textbooks they will use the following semester.
- D. After the bookstore determines what price to charge.
- According to the woman, what is a reason the man’s textbook may not be added to the buyback list?
- A. The bookstore may already have ordered too many copies of the textbook.
- B. The price of the textbook may have changed significantly since last semester.
- C. Professor Murphy may not be teaching economics next semester.
- D. A newer edition of the textbook may be available next semester.
- What does the woman suggest the man should do to have the best chance of selling his book to the bookstore?
[CHOOSE 2 ANSWERS]
- A. Ask his professor if the same book will be used next semester.
- B. Sell the book back as soon as the buyback period begins.
- C. Make sure the book is in good condition.
- D. Bring the original sales receipt with the book.
- Why does the woman say this? 🎧
- A. To confirm that cleaning up the book is important.
- B. To suggest it might be easier to sell the book to another student.
- C. To indicate that she sets the price the bookstore will pay for books.
- D. To acknowledge that the man’s book is in good shape.
答案：C C D BC A