01 Science Class

 

 

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1. What is the main topic of the talk?

  1. How tundra plants are pollinated
  2. Ways that tundra wildlife stay warm
  3. Types of flowering plants in the Arctic
  4. How plants survive in cold environments

 

2. Listen to part of the lecture again. Then answer the question. 

   Why does the professor say this?

  1. To set a scene
  2. To introduce a solution
  3. To explain a concept
  4. To give an example

 

3. What can be inferred about the Arctic tundra from the passage?

  1. Too much snowfall kills tundra plants.
  2. Temperatures there never reach above freezing.
  3. Trees are not often found on the tundra.
  4. Most tundra wildlife has fur to keep warm.

 

4. According to the lecture, how does snow help tundra plants to survive?

  1. It warms the plants ınderneath.
  2. It keeps the plants moist.
  3. It protects the plants from the cold.
  4. It hides the plants from foraging animals. 

 

5. Why does the professor talk about crowds of people?

  1. To get her students involved in the lecture.
  2. To familiarize her students with an idea.
  3. To switch to a new topic of discussion.
  4. To express to her students a well-known fact

 

6. Choose the characteristics of each plant. 

Labrador Tea

  1. has hairy leaves
  2. grows in clumps
  3. flowers follow the sun
  4. grows close to ground

Saxfrage

  1. has hairy leaves
  2. grows in clumps
  3. flowers follow the sun
  4. grows close to ground

Marsh Marigold

  1. has hairy leaves
  2. grows in clumps
  3. flowers follow the sun
  4. grows close to ground

 

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1-d

2-a

3-c

4-c

5-b

6-

Labrador Tea: b,d

Saxifrage: a,d

Marsh Marigold: c,d

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