A Paper Topic About Jellyfish
Listen to a conversation between a student and her biology professor.
- Why does the student go to see the professor?
- A. To obtain notes from a class she missed.
- B. To discuss a conference she attended.
- C. To ask about a possible topic for a research paper.
- D. To clarify information about volunteering in the community.
- What does the student say about the conference she attended?
- A. It will help convince students to get involved in the community.
- B. It taught her a lot about marine ecosystems.
- C. It helped her gain a volunteer position at a local organization.
- D. Few students were involved in the conference.
- What caused the woman to become interested in bioluminescence?
- A. It was mentioned in the notes from a class she missed.
- B. She observed the phenomenon while on a recent trip to a conference.
- C. A volunteer she worked with told her about seeing some bioluminescent fish.
- D. She heard a talk about bioluminescence at a conference she attended.
- According to the professor, why were the jellyfish that the student saw glowing?
- A. They were avoiding predators by blending in with their surrounding.
- B. They were trying to confuse predators with bright flashes of light.
- C. They were communicating with each other.
- D. They were trying to light up the dark water so they could see prey.
- What does the professor imply about the student’s proposed research topic?
- A. A variety of bioluminescent organisms should be included in the research.
- B. Writing about the topic might be difficult because there is so much information on it.
- C. The student should choose a topic that has already been covered in class.
- D. The student should explain how bioluminescence benefits various species of jellyfish differently.
答案：C A B A B