Domestic Exchange Program
Listen to a conversation between a student and his ecology professor.
- What do the speakers mainly discuss?
- A. The man’s recent experience studying in a foreign country.
- B. The man’s interest in spending a year at another university.
- C. Information the man found at a booth in the student center.
- D. Travel opportunities offered by the ecology department.
- What do the speakers imply about the guest speaker from class?
- A. She is enthusiastic about her field of work.
- B. Her research is directly related to material from class.
- C. The subject of her talk had little to do with ecology.
- D. She was a teacher before working at the wildlife conservation center.
- Why does the man mention Tokyo?
- A. To indicate that he wants to change his major field of study to Japanese.
- B. To give an example of a place where many students go to study abroad.
- C. To show that he is not interested in studying in a foreign country next year.
- D. To let professor know that he took challenging ecology courses in Japan.
- How did the man get information about the domestic-exchange program?
- A. He spoke with students who had participated in the program.
- B. He asked an employee in the study-abroad office about the program.
- C. He picked up a leaflet from a booth at the student center.
- D. He saw information about the program posted on a bulletin board.
- Why is the man interested in Montana?
- A. He wants to work with foreign-exchange students.
- B. He wants to participate in outdoor activities there.
- C. He wants to experience a different regional culture there.
- D. He wants to study the environment of a particular region there.
B A C B D