1. What is the conversation mainly about?
- A. A grant the student wants to apply for.
- B. The student’s proposed plan for a class assignment.
- C. A project presented in a DVD the class watched.
- D. The student’s part-time job at a hotel.
2. What does the student ask the professor to allow her to do?
- A. Take extra time on her project.
- B. Write a grant rather than a paper.
- C. Work with a partner on an assignment.
- D. Use her job as the focus of her project.
3. Why does the professor mention a science conference?
- A. To suggest that the student attend it.
- B. To indicate that he is familiar with the hotel.
- C. To state where he got information about a new discovery.
- D. To state where he got the video that he showed in class.
4. According to the conversation, why might the campus hotel managers be slow to adopt environmentally friendly policies?
- A. They are concerned that their customers may not be happy with the changes.
- B. They are not knowledgeable about the potential benefits.
- C. No financial help is available for reducing the initial cost of making the changes.
- D. They have tried to adopt such policies and found them of little use.
5. What concern does the professor express?
- A. That the hotel manager might not allow the research to take place at the hotel.
- B. That Jessica Smith might be too busy with her job to do the project.
- C. That the student’s idea for the project is overly ambitious.
- D. That the student might not focus on fulfilling all the requirements of the project.