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Lesson 36: A conversation between a university student and an adviser in the universitys work-study program

In this section you will find a number of listening comprehension tests which are based on the second part of the Test Of English for International Communication. These tests will help you practise and improve your business listening skills and you will also learn many new phrases. Here is how you should complete the tests:

  1. Click on the MP3 player to listen to a question and three possible answers.
  2. Click on the 'View Answer' button to see the correct answers.
  3. You can listen to the recording as often as you like. If you want to see the transcript (the text) of the recording, please click on the 'View Transcript' button.

 

Lesson 36: A conversation between a university student and an adviser in the universitys work-study program

Click  on the MP3 player to listen to a question and three possible answers then choose the best answer to the question.

1. Why does the student visit the adviser?
A. To ask for advice about his class schedule.
B. To decide how many credits to take.
C. To get help applying for a student loan.
D. To see about obtaining a part-time job.
2. Why does the student need money?
A. He needs to buy textbooks.
B. He has to support his retired parents.
C. He must repay a bank loan.
D. He was robbed of his wallet.
3. What does the adviser tell the student?
A. He needs to be mindful of balancing his time.
B. He should work as many hours as possible.
C. There are not many jobs currently available.
D. The library is not a good place to work.
4. What does the adviser mean when he says this: That way you can kill two birds with one stone.
A. He wants to teach the student how to hunt.
B. The student will be able to work twice as fast.
C. The student can make efficient use of his time.
D. He is encouraging the student to study biology.
5. According to the conversation, indicate which of the following statements is true.
A. The student is taking 15 credits.
B. The adviser recommends working 10 hours a week.
C. The library job will pay $10 an hour.
D. The student will accept the job in the library.