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  TEST 1
[00:06.30]Listen carefully to the conversations and short passages
[00:11.76]and choose the best answer to each of the questions.
[00:16.72]1.M:Could you please tell me what room Robert Davis is in?
[00:22.78]W:Yes,he's in the intensive care unit on the fourth floor.
[00:29.13]I suggest that you check with the nurse's station before going in,though.
[00:34.46]Q:Where did this conversation most probably take place?
[00:42.03]2.M:Why do you look so worried?
[00:46.29]Only one person finished ahead of you last time.
[00:50.05]W:Well,this time I want to make sure I come in first.
[00:54.99]Q:Why is the woman worried?
[00:59.45]3.M:I went to New York yesterday,but I forgot to call Barry.
[01:10.01]W: Barry wouldn't have been there anyway.
[01:13.74]He's an economist1 in California now.
[01:17.30]Q: What information does the man find out?
[01:23.07]4.M:It only takes two hours to get to New York,
[01:32.92]but you'll have a six-hour layover between flights.
[01:37.28]W: Oh,that's all right.I don't mind having the time in New York.
[01:42.95]I still have a few things to shop for.
[01:46.50]Q: How many hours will the woman be in New York?
[01:52.74]5.M: We don't have to start for the stadium yet.
[01:57.71]Wouldn't you like something else?
[02:00.27]W:No thanks.You'd better tell her to bring our check.
[02:05.23]It'll take a while to find a parking place,
[02:09.18]especially with so many star players involved.
[02:13.72]Q: Where are the man and woman going?
[02:19.36]6.M:I'd like to buy a $10 ticket for Friday's concert.
[02:30.91]W:That'll put you on the floor.
[02:33.68]The tickets in the lower balcony are five dollars
[02:38.04]while the upper balcony seats are two-fifty.
[02:42.90]Q: What is the man's ticket for?
[02:47.05]7.M:We'll have to hurry if we're going to be on time to the airport.
[02:58.00]It's already 8:30.
[03:00.56]W:Well,it takes only half an hour to get to the airport,
[03:05.73]and the plane doesn't leave until 9:15.
[03:10.28]I think we'll make it all right if we leave immediately.
[03:14.64]Q: How much time is the couple allowing once they get to the airport?
[03:21.98]8.M:Your son is badly bruised2.
[03:26.29]In a couple of days he'll be well enough to go back to climbing trees.
[03:30.94]W: He won't be climbing any more trees if I can help it.
[03:35.69]Q: What happened to the boy?
[03:39.85]9.W:May I borrow your ladder for an hour,Mr.Riley?
[03:45.62]M: Of course you may,
[03:47.76]but I don't think you should try to pick those green apples in the upper branches
[03:53.22]for at least two more weeks.
[03:55.86]By that time they’ll all be red.
[03:59.20]Q:Why did Mr.Riley think the woman should not borrow his ladder at that time?
[04:08.16]10.W:My son finds it very difficult to be away from home.
[04:14.93]I'm afraid that he will drop out of college.
[04:18.77]M:I had a similar problem with my older son.
[04:22.90]But he managed to adjust and stayed in school until he graduated.
[04:28.77]Q:Where is the woman's son at the present time?
[04:34.52]PASSAGEⅠ
[04:36.66]If you've been on campus for very long,
[04:40.50]I'm certain that you’ve already heard about this course.
[04:45.18]You may know that last semester
[04:48.73]about fifty percent of the students enrolled3 in my course failed it.
[04:54.19]Let me explain how this came about before you jump to any conclusions.
[05:00.15]In the first place,since this is a composition class,
[05:04.90]I expect my students to follow certain rules of formality.
[05:10.83]Unfortunately,many students today dislike having to follow rules of any kind,
[05:18.28]especially those that they may feel to be unnecessary.
[05:23.55]For example
[05:25.90]I ask that each of your papers be typed and centered on the paper correctly.
[05:31.94]I count off points for various kinds of mistakes.
[05:36.77]A misspelled word will cost you 5 points.
[05:41.50]You've lost 25 points if you've misspelled five words.
[05:46.96]If you write incomplete4 sentences,you've lost 10 points.
[05:52.24]If you give me two complete sentences as one without adequate punctuation5,
[05:59.00]you've lost 15 points.
[06:02.37]I do not accept late papers.
[06:06.03]You will receive a zero for any theme,which you fail to submit on time.
[06:12.48]I expect you to read each assignment.
[06:16.32]To make certain that you have read the assignment,
[06:19.98]I will give you a short unannounced quiz from time to time.
[06:25.23]This class meets on Mondays,Wednesdays,and Fridays.
[06:31.08]You will have a total of six major tests throughout the semester.
[06:36.36]Your final grade will be based on an average of these major tests,
[06:41.40]the pop tests,and eight written themes.
[06:45.66]If you have any questions at any time,you can see me on Tuesdays.
[06:51.01]My office is on the second floor of this building.
[06:55.09]Your assignment for Wednesday is to read Hemingway's short story on page 55.
[07:02.45]Friday will be the last class day of this week,
[07:06.40]so you can expect to write a short in-class theme for me then.
[07:12.04]That's all for today.I'll see you on Wednesday.
[07:16.40]Questions 11 to 13 are based on the passage you have just heard.
[07:22.64]11.How many points will a student lose if he misspells a word on a composition?
[07:31.19]12.What will the students do in class on Friday?
[07:36.93]13.What must the students read for Wednesday?
[07:47.51]PASSAGE Ⅱ
[07:55.04]Today I'd like to discuss the first non-instance of strange evolutionary6 strategy
[08:03.66]This phenomenon occurs in a flowering plant called the scarlet7 jilia.
[08:10.19]The scarlet jilia depends on hummingbirds8 and moths10 for pollination11.
[08:16.54]And the blossoms12 seem to change their color for each of these pollinators.
[08:22.41]On fern mountains near Flagstaff,Arizona where these flowers grow,
[08:28.47]hummingbirds arrive in mid-July to drink nectar from the scarlet jilia.
[08:34.43]In July,the flowers are bright red,which is attractive to the hummingbirds.
[08:40.78]By late August,however,
[08:43.60]the hummingbirds leave the area for a warmer climate.
[08:47.86]As the weather cools,the color of the plant blossoms changes to white,
[08:53.60]a color that attracts a particular moth9 species,the night-flying hawk13 moths.
[09:00.16]Apparently,this kind of moths can see these white blossoms easily at night.
[09:08.02]These moths continue to pollinate the flowers until well into September.
[09:14.50]The scarlet jilia demonstrates at an unusual way
[09:19.18]in which the plant lures14 pollinators to continue its life cycle.
[09:24.22]Questions 14 to 17 are based on the passage you have just heard.
[09:31.66]14.What's the main topic of the talk?
[09:37.12]15.Why is the scarlet jilia plant considered to be unusual?
[09:50.26]16.Why do the hummingbirds leave fern mountains?
[10:01.21]17.According to the speaker,in what way are white blossoms attractive to moths?
[10:09.96]PASSAGE Ⅲ
[10:17.72]The city's museums are much more than cultural centers.
[10:22.99]They are major contributors to the city’s economy.
[10:27.64]Not only do they provide jobs for people living in the city,
[10:32.50]but the museums also attract tourists who spend money in hotels,
[10:38.38]restaurants and stores.
[10:41.44]Each year mass-motoring tours visit our museums
[10:47.21]and spend millions of dollars in the city,
[10:50.45]but only a fraction of that money is ever seen by the museums.
[10:55.41]This,in addition to recent cuts in government aid,has hurt the museums.
[11:02.07]And museums are in trouble,
[11:04.84]though we can all help by increasing our contributions and encourage others
[11:10.41]to support cultural institutions.
[11:14.17]We should help the museums and help ourselves too.
[11:18.43]This message is by Crocker Bank,
[11:21.59]which is interested in keeping New York financially healthy.
[11:27.05]Questions 18 to 20 are based on the passage you have just heard.
[11:33.32]18.What is the main thought expressed in this appeal?
[11:38.96]19.Why are the city’s museums economically important?
[11:50.92]20.Why are museums having problems?


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1 economist AuhzVs     
n.经济学家,经济专家,节俭的人
参考例句:
  • He cast a professional economist's eyes on the problem.他以经济学行家的眼光审视这个问题。
  • He's an economist who thinks he knows all the answers.他是个经济学家,自以为什么都懂。
2 bruised 5xKz2P     
[医]青肿的,瘀紫的
参考例句:
  • his bruised and bloodied nose 他沾满血的青肿的鼻子
  • She had slipped and badly bruised her face. 她滑了一跤,摔得鼻青脸肿。
3 enrolled ff7af27948b380bff5d583359796d3c8     
adj.入学登记了的v.[亦作enrol]( enroll的过去式和过去分词 );登记,招收,使入伍(或入会、入学等),参加,成为成员;记入名册;卷起,包起
参考例句:
  • They have been studying hard from the moment they enrolled. 从入学时起,他们就一直努力学习。 来自《简明英汉词典》
  • He enrolled with an employment agency for a teaching position. 他在职业介绍所登了记以谋求一个教师的职位。 来自《简明英汉词典》
4 incomplete L89xt     
adj.不完全的,不完善的
参考例句:
  • The building was left incomplete.那座楼没有完工就停下来了。
  • His novel was incomplete when he died.他死的时候他的小说没有写完。
5 punctuation 3Sbxk     
n.标点符号,标点法
参考例句:
  • My son's punctuation is terrible.我儿子的标点符号很糟糕。
  • A piece of writing without any punctuation is difficult to understand.一篇没有任何标点符号的文章是很难懂的。
6 evolutionary Ctqz7m     
adj.进化的;演化的,演变的;[生]进化论的
参考例句:
  • Life has its own evolutionary process.生命有其自身的进化过程。
  • These are fascinating questions to be resolved by the evolutionary studies of plants.这些十分吸引人的问题将在研究植物进化过程中得以解决。
7 scarlet zD8zv     
n.深红色,绯红色,红衣;adj.绯红色的
参考例句:
  • The scarlet leaves of the maples contrast well with the dark green of the pines.深红的枫叶和暗绿的松树形成了明显的对比。
  • The glowing clouds are growing slowly pale,scarlet,bright red,and then light red.天空的霞光渐渐地淡下去了,深红的颜色变成了绯红,绯红又变为浅红。
8 hummingbirds 86894f7ac4de81bc2d81331e9759a43b     
n.蜂鸟( hummingbird的名词复数 )
参考例句:
  • Hummingbirds have discovered that nectar and pollen are very nutritious. 蜂鸟发现花蜜和花粉是很有营养的。
  • Why do hummingbirds and gorillas both have backbones? 为什么蜂鸟和大猩猩都有脊骨?
9 moth a10y1     
n.蛾,蛀虫
参考例句:
  • A moth was fluttering round the lamp.有一只蛾子扑打着翅膀绕着灯飞。
  • The sweater is moth-eaten.毛衣让蛀虫咬坏了。
10 moths de674306a310c87ab410232ea1555cbb     
n.蛾( moth的名词复数 )
参考例句:
  • The moths have eaten holes in my wool coat. 蛀虫将我的羊毛衫蛀蚀了几个小洞。 来自《简明英汉词典》
  • The moths tapped and blurred at the window screen. 飞蛾在窗帘上跳来跳去,弄上了许多污点。 来自《现代英汉综合大词典》
11 pollination FOGxH     
n.授粉
参考例句:
  • The flowers get pollination by insects.这些花通过昆虫授粉。
  • Without sufficient pollination,the growth of the corn is stunted.没有得到充足的授粉,谷物的长势就会受阻。
12 blossoms 4a7fbeb95296f374c3b1acde9d88157d     
n.(尤指果树的)花( blossom的名词复数 );花丛,花簇v.(植物)开花( blossom的第三人称单数 );发展;长成;变得更加健康(或自信、成功)
参考例句:
  • It was springtime and the slopes were ablaze with almond blossoms. 时当春季,怒放的扁桃花使那片山坡鲜红似火。 来自《简明英汉词典》
  • The spring comes and peach blossoms [flowers] are all open. 春天了,桃花都开了。 来自《现代汉英综合大词典》
13 hawk NeKxY     
n.鹰,骗子;鹰派成员
参考例句:
  • The hawk swooped down on the rabbit and killed it.鹰猛地朝兔子扑下来,并把它杀死。
  • The hawk snatched the chicken and flew away.老鹰叼了小鸡就飞走了。
14 lures 43e770a1168e7235f5138d9f36ecd3b5     
吸引力,魅力(lure的复数形式)
参考例句:
  • He left home because of the lures of life in the city. 他离家是由于都市生活的诱惑。
  • Perhaps it is the desire for solitude or the chance of making an unexpected discovery that lures men down to the depths of the earth. 可能正是寻觅幽静的去处,或者找个猎奇的机会的欲望引诱着人们进入地球的深处。
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