1. What is the student's attitude about speaking in front of other students?
A. He thinks it will be fun.
B. He views it as a useful opportunity.
C. He feels nervous about it.
D. He prefers it to writing papers.
2. The student talks about a species of fungus. What fact about the fungus interests him?
A. It acts as a food source for other fungi.
B. It grows well on wind farms.
C. It can be used as an alternative source of energy.
D. It produces chemicals that destroy toxins.
3. Why does the professor mention trees and apples?
A. To give advice on how to explain fungi and mushrooms
B. To show how the environment can affect growth rates
C. To provide an example of the effects of pesticides
D. To give an example of how a wind farm replaced a fruit farm
4. Why does the professor suggest that the student visit the greenhouse?
A. The student might be able to conduct a research study there.
B. A mushroom species that interests the student is being grown there.
C. Mushrooms grow more quickly there than in other locations.
D. Environmentally safe growing techniques are demonstrated there.
5. Why does the student go to see the professor?
A. To get advice about how much information to include in a paper he is writing
B. To ask for permission to change the topic of an assignment
C. To get help choosing a topic for an assignment
D. To discuss the results of research he has done for a paper he is writing