Listening Practice: The Life of Steve Jobs (Part 1)

[important]Steve Jobs was a successful entrepreneur who changed the world of technology. Listen to the 2-minute mp3 about his life and career, and take the quiz to test your understanding.[/important]

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Steve Jobs Listening Quiz

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Question 1
Who did Steve Jobs learn basic electronics from?
A
his father
B
his mother
C
his friend
Question 2
What happened in 1972?
A
He finished high school.
B
He graduated from college.
C
He started working.
Question 3
Where was Apple Computers founded?
A
In a garage.
B
In an office.
C
In an apartment.
Question 4
Why did Steve leave Apple in 1985?
A
Because of conflicts with the CEO.
B
Because the company wasn't growing.
C
Because he lost $10 million.
Question 5
What kind of relationship does Steve Jobs have with his biological sister?
A
They are very close.
B
They don't get along.
C
They've never met.
Question 6
How many children does Steve have?
A
four
B
three
C
one
Question 6 Explanation: 
He had 3 children with his wife, and 1 child from a previous relationship.
Question 7
Why did Steve come back to Apple?
A
Apple bought his company.
B
Apple wanted to increase sales.
C
Apple liked his ideas for new products.
Question 8
What was Steve's salary as the CEO of Apple?
A
$1
B
$5.426 million
C
$8.3 billion
Question 8 Explanation: 
His "official" salary was $1, but he was much richer because he owned a big part of the Apple company's shares in the stock market.
Question 9
When did Steve take a break from working at Apple?
A
In January 2011.
B
In 2003.
C
On October 5, 2011.
Question 10
What is Steve Jobs' legacy? (how he is remembered)
A
A forward-thinking innovator.
B
A rich family man.
C
A dearly loved leader.
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