Advice on choosing courses
Listen to a conversation between a student and his English professor.
- Why does the man go to see the professor?
- A. To discuss a grade he received on a paper.
- B. To get advice about which course he should take next term.
- C. To ask a question about a reading assignment.
- D. To request permission to take an advanced course.
- Why did the professor assign “Araby” instead of another short story from Dubliners?
- A. It is not related to the other stories in the collection.
- B. It is the shortest story in the collection.
- C. It is told from the narrator’s point of view.
- D. It is organized in a predictable way.
- What is the professor’s attitude when she discusses the master writer seminar?
- A. She is surprised that more students do not enroll in it.
- B. She is excited because she learns a great deal from her students.
- C. She is pleased because it gives students a strong foundation in literary theory and criticism.
- D. She is disappointed that she does not get to teach it as often as she would like.
- What does the man imply when he mentions the papers he has written?
- A. He feels ready to study literature that is more challenging.
- B. He understands what he must do to improve his grades.
- C. He already appreciates the uniqueness of James Joyce’s novels.
- D. He is trying to match his literary style to James Joyce’s.
- What does the professor say about the course on nineteenth-century novels?
- A. It is one of the courses that she will be teaching next term.
- B. It is offered at a time of day that will work with the man’s schedule.
- C. It is a natural progression from the course the man is taking now.
- D. It will compare nineteenth-century novels with a James Joyce novel.
答案：B D B A C