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Listen to a conversation between a student and his European History Professor.
- Why does the professor want to talk to the student?
- A. To review material from a previous class.
- B. To recommend a resource for an assignment.
- C. To outline steps the student should take to complete his research.
- D. To discuss the student’s plan for a paper.
- What does the professor imply about the student’s outline?
- A. It needs to have a clearer thesis.
- B. It needs to include specific examples.
- C. It needs to have information from additional sources.
- D. It needs to be better organized.
- According to the student, why is the Bayeux Tapestry an important historical document?
- A. It contains the earliest records of English kings.
- B. It is based on eyewitness accounts.
- C. It documents differences between life in England and life in France during the eleventh century.
- D. Its images match those in other documents from the eleventh century.
- What do the speakers say about the condition of the tapestry?
- A. Some of its parts are missing.
- B. It has been restored to its original condition.
- C. Some of the words on it have faded.
- D. Identifying people on it has become difficult.
- Why does the professor emphasize the bishop’s role in the commissioning of the tapestry?
- A. To acknowledge that the history of the tapestry is well-known.
- B. To point out one of the weaknesses with using the tapestry as a historical document.
- C. To explain why the tapestry has survived since the eleventh century.
- D. To explain how tapestries were typically paid for in the eleventh century.
D C B A B