Of course, they never drink and drive or become distracted by something. Hail has been responsible for extensive physical and economic damage and even fatalities in parts of the world over the years. Some people say that even as far back as 400 B. Which of the following can be inferred from paragraph 1 about hail damage? Yes, it is true that some colleges make a lot of money, especially from their football and basketball programs. What do you think this implies? They can be as small as a pea, or as large as a softball. C It is more likely to occur in winter months.
B It encourages people to buy less. The standard view is that recycling is a good thing. The university uses this money to pay for operations and new facilities, to expand its academic offerings, and even to pay sports coaches and staff. I would like to choose a major that is in line with my interests but also increases my chances of finding a job when I graduate. We really have to consider what the textbook says, but actually I disagree with it. D She is trying to choose between biology and anthropology.
C Finding a job today is difficult. Include reasons and examples to support your choice. Professor: Indeed, civilization has often turned to recycling during hard times. I wanted to talk to you about my major. B It is not necessarily less serious than that of blizzards. Archeologists digging up ancient sites have found less waste during times of famine and war. Student athletes are given scholarships covering tuition, housing and living costs but are not paid a wage or salary.
. According to the lecture, what are the positives of recycling? Hailstones can fall individually or clumped together. Recycling actually goes back thousands of years. Use specific reasons and examples to support your answer. It mainly occurs during thunderstorms resulting in the weather category known as a hailstorm. A She wants help deciding her major. Earlier civilizations recycled things such as glass and bronze from weapons and coins.
So, how can I help you today? Hail is a type of solid precipitation in the form of lumps or balls of frozen water also known as hailstones. But the truth is colleges lose money on most of their sports programs. What is the main reason the student is talking to the academic counselor? Student 1: I guess that people had to reuse what they had when times were tough. A It costs less than throwing things away. Which do you think is better? A It is the most violent of all weather conditions.
C She is having difficulty with a math course. The schools also benefit because having popular sports teams attracts new students and donations from graduates. This intricately structured weather phenomenon has the potential to occur in any season and can strike seemingly out of nowhere, leaving destruction in its path. Universities gain a lot of money thanks to their sports programs, so part of that money should go to the athletes. Or should we only pay the athletes in moneymaking sports such as basketball? However, none of this money goes to the athletes. One important, yet dangerous task that humans do every day is driving. They drive without making mistakes, and have much faster reaction times.
D It reduces the amount of waste to be thrown away. We may hold an international conference without any human interpreters in the near future. What is mentioned as encouragement for people to recycle? However, today college sports are a big business, and the athletes contributing greatly to them are not being compensated enough. Listen again to part of the conversation. However, recycling has its issues. D It is always more widespread than the effects of flooding.
D The student should avoid becoming a history major. Overall, this is a good thing because we can save our resources and have less waste to worry about. Some experts predict that by 2040 most cars will be able to drive themselves to some degree. C It allows us to use fewer resources. The benefit of this is that we reduce the amount of fresh resources used and reduce the amount of waste to dispose of.
Since this time amateurism has been a persistent idea in college sports. The most popular and profitable sports, like football and basketball, generate more revenue than some professional leagues. Others choose to study later in life. The top-tier athletes also get media exposure that may lead to lucrative professional careers. B She wants to change her major midway through.
Citizens at home were encouraged to donate metal or to use everyday materials more sparingly. . . . . . .