Finding Historical Material
Listen to a conversation between a student and an employee in the university’s historical library.
- Why does the man go to see the woman?
- A. To ask the woman if she has photographs of local businesses
- B. To conduct research for a history class
- C. To try to find a gift for his grandparents
- D. To find out how long a local restaurant has been in business
- What does the woman say about an exhibition the library held last year?
- A. It was in honor of the town’s seventieth anniversary.
- B. It helped increase awareness of the collection.
- C. It was arranged by students who study history.
- D. It mostly included photographs from the 1950s.
- What does the woman imply about the menus?
- A. Most of the menus in the collection are from the Springfield Eatery.
- B. All of the menus in the collection are carefully organized in boxes.
- C. The menu the man is looking for is probably in the main library.
- D. The man might not find the menu he is looking for.
- What does the woman suggest that the man consider doing?
- A. Look for a photo of his grandparents
- B. Frame a photograph of a menu from a different year
- C. Call the restaurant to ask whether they have what he is looking for
- D. Take a picture of the restaurant
- Why does the man say this: 🎧
- A. To inform the woman that he has handled old materials in the past
- B. To inquire whether the library has regulations for handling historical documents
- C. To imply that the library should do a better job protecting historical documents
- D. To argue that special precautions are not necessary in this case
答案：C B D A B