Policies For Library’s Annual Book Sale
Listen to a conversation between a student and an employee in the university library.
- What is the conversation mainly about?
- A. The library’s policies for its annual book sale
- B. The man’s search for material for his research project
- C. How the library attempts to preserve old books
- D. How students can access library books in storage
- What does the woman say about books in storage?
- A. They will be put back on the shelves at some point in the future.
- B. They are mostly older books that were donated to the library.
- C. They can be checked out by written request.
- D. They are not available for student use.
- What are criteria for deciding whether a book is put up for sale?
[CHOOSE 2 ANSWERS]
- A. It contains outdated information.
- B. The information in the book is available in other formats.
- C. It has not been checked out for a number of years.
- D. It has been in the collection for more than ten years.
- Why does the woman mention that volunteer positions fill up quickly?
- A. She is surprised that so many students are interested in volunteering.
- B. She wants to emphasize that the sale will be held soon.
- C. She wants to assure the man that there will be enough people working at the sale.
- D. She thinks the man may want to apply for one of the positions.
- What advice does the woman give to the man about the book he wants to buy?
- A. He should try to buy it from an online bookseller.
- B. He should find out if there is an electronic version of it.
- C. He should inform the collection department of his interest in it.
- D. He should look for it in a local bookstore.
A C BC D C