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Part C

Multiple Choice
Identify the letter of the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question.
 
 
LISTENING PART C.
In this part of the test, you will hear several talks.  After each talk, you will hear some questions.  The talks and questions will NOT be repeated.  After you hear a question, read the four possible answers in your test book and choose the best answer.  Then, on your exam, find the number of the question and fill in the space that corresponds to the letter of the answer you have chosen.
Here is an example:
On the recording, you hear:
(narrator)  Listen to an instructor talk to his class about painting.
(man)  Artist Grant Wood was a guiding force in the school of painting dnown as American Regionallist, a style reflecting the distinctive characteristics of art from rural areas of the United States.  Wood began drawing animals on the family farm at the age of three, and when he was thirty-eight one of his paintings recieved a remarkable amount of public notice and acclaim.  This painting, called American Gothic, is a starkly simple depiction of a serious couple staring directly out at the viewer. 
Now listen to a sample question.

(narrator)  What style of painting is known as American regionalist?

Sample Answer
(A) Art from America’s inner cities.
(B) Art from the central region of the U.S.
(C) Art from various urban areas in the U.S.
(D) Art from rural sections fo America.

The best answer to the question, What style of painting is known as American regionalist? is (D).  Art from rural sections of America;  Therefore, the correct choice is (D).

Now listen  to another sample question.
(narrator)  What is the name of Wood’s most successful painting?

In your test you read:
(A) American Regionalist.
(B) The Family Farm in Iowa.
(C) American Gothic.
(D) A Serious Couple.

The best answer to the question, What is the name of Wood’s most successful painting? is (C), American Gothic  Therefore, the correct choice is (C).  Remember, you are NOT allowed to take notes or write during this part of the test.
 

1. 

39.
a.
The employment office manager.
c.
The bookstore manager.
b.
The university registrar.
d.
A student working in the bookstore.
 

2. 

40.
a.
Prepare a schedule.
c.
Plan student course schedules
b.
Decide which workers to hire.
d.
Train office workers.
 

3. 

41.
a.
What the student’s majors are.
c.
Why the students want to work.
b.
When the students are able to work.
d.
In which jobs the students have experience.
 

4. 

42.
a.
Cashier.
c.
Business office worker.
b.
Shelf stocker.
d.
Phone operator.
 

5. 

43.
a.
Soft, warm clothing.
c.
How fleece is obtained.
b.
Problems in landfills,
d.
Recycling soda bottles.
 

6. 

44.
a.
They were left in landfill areas.
c.
They were recycled.
b.
They were reused.
d.
They were refilled.
 

7. 

45.
a.
Dye.
c.
Computer chips.
b.
Warm, soft clothing.
d.
Flass bottles.
 

8. 

46.
a.
Buying plastic bottles.
c.
Buying these recycled products.
b.
solving the problems in landfills.
d.
Becoming aware of the environment.
 

9. 

47.
a.
The Central Pacific Group.
c.
A group from Ogden, Utah.
b.
The Transcontinental Railroad Company.
d.
Two separate railroad companies.
 

10. 

48.
a.
They had to lay tracks across a mountain range.
c.
They had to work for another railroad company.
b.
They had to cross all of Nebraska.
d.
They had to move westward to Sacramento, California.
 

11. 

49.
a.
Several days.
c.
Several months.
b.
Several weeks.
d.
Several years.
 

12. 

50.
a.
Dynamite was used to blast out access.
c.
The workers labored dangerously and exhaustingly.
b.
A golden spike was hammered into the last track.
d.
The workers traversed the Sierra Nevada.
 



 
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