1. What does the professor mean when he says this:
A. It is not something important.
B. The students should already know it
C. It will be explained later in the lecture.
D. The students need to answer his question.
2. Listen againWhich sentence best describes how the speaker feels about the Winchester House?
A. It was a fairly normal house for its time.
B. It appears to have been carefully planned.
C. It represents a common style of architecture.
D. It is notable for its haphazard design
3. Listen againWhy does the professor say this:
A. To announce what he is about to explain
B. To encourage the students to respond
C. To indicate that the answer is unknown
D. To suggest that the students should have prepared more
4. Listen againHow did Sarah seem to feel about the ghosts?
A. The house was haunted because of the way the way the family had achieved its wealth
B. The house was not really haunted, but stories about ghosts helped the house to become famous.
C. The house may have been haunted, but she did not understand why.
D. She made up stories about the house being haunted to get sympathy.
5. Listen againWhich sentence best describes the professor‘s view of ghosts?
A. He believes in them even more than Sarah did.
B. The fact that the house is haunted by ghosts makes it special.
C. He does not believe in them, but the fact that Sarah did is important
D. He does not believe in them, and he thinks that Sarah did not either.