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2001年1月托福听力

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1. (A) He can have more than four guests at his graduation.

(B) His brother isn’t going to graduate this semester.

(C) He didn’t know that Jane wanted to be invited.

(D) He’s going to invite Jane.

 

2. (A) Listen to the traffic report on the radio

(B) Take a later train.

(C) Ron to catch the next train.

(D) Check the weekend schedule.

 

3. (A) Pelivet the notebook to Kathy.

(B) Pind out where Kathy put the notebook.

(C) Ask Kathy to explain the chemistry notes.

(D) Ask Kathy for the man’s notebook.

 

4. (A) The walk is shorter than the woman thinks it is.

(B) The lecture has already started.

(C) They won’t have a problem getting seats.

(D) The lecture may be canceled.

 

5. (A) The woman should have studied French in Paris.

(B) He didn’t study French in high school.

(C) Living in Paris helped improve the woman’s language skills.

(D) The woman must have had a good French teacher.

 

6. (A) Apologize to his roommate.

(B) Give the notes to the woman.

(C) Call the woman tonight.

(D) Take the woman’s notes to his roommate.

 

7. (A) She doesn’t have time to talk to Dr. Foster.

(B) She needs the additional time to finish her paper.

(C) Dr. Foster hasn’t finished grading the papers.

(D) She wants the man to help her with her paper.

 

8. (A) Phone the Cliffside Inn for a reservation.

(B) Ask her parents to come a different weekend.

(C) Call local hotels again in a few days.

(D) Find a hotel again in a few days.

 

9. (A) Main her some information about the conference.

(B) Drive her to the conference.

(C) Attend the conference in her place.

(D) Collect her main while she’s at the  conference.

 

10. (A)The man should stop by the bookstore on the way to class.

   (B) The man can return the books he doesn’t need.

   (C) The man should have bought his books earlier.

   (D) The man won’t need books on the first day of class.

 

11. (A) Help the man with his essay.

   (B) Ask Sue to rehearse with her.

   (C) Wait to rehearse until the man has finished his essay.

   (D) Meinerize her lines by herself.

 

12. (A) Show her the newspaper that he’s talking about.

   (B) Think about getting an internship at another place.

   (C) Sign up for more than one journalism class.

   (D) Call The Times about the internship.

 

13. (A)He isn’t as good a tennis player as he used to be.

   (B) He hasn’t had time to play tennis recently.

   (C) He caught a cold shortly after the tournament.

   (D) He think he’s more important than he is.

 

14. (A)He’ll graduate before the woman.

   (B) He hopes to graduate before the summer.

   (C) He doesn’t want to attend school year-round.

   (D) The woman won’t be able to keep up the pace.

 

15. (A) It’s too late to buy the morning newspaper.

   (B) He doesn’t want to go to the concert.

   (C) The box office is closed today.

   (D) All of the tickets have been sold.

 

16. (A) The woman swims as well as he does.

   (B) He doesn’t have time to teach the woman to swim.

   (C) He doesn’t enjoy swimming.

   (D) He learned to swim at a young age.

 

17. (A) She has already started working on her research project.

   (B) She can’t decide on a research topic.

   (C) She’d like to discuss her research with the man.

   (D) She has to change the subject of her research.

 

18. (A) Introduce the woman to his neighbor.

   (B) Get a key from his neighbor.

   (C) Study in his neighbor’s apartment.

   (D) Borrow some books from his neighbor.

 

19. (A) The man shouldn’t hire the same tutor that she had.

   (B) She isn’t prepared for the midterm exam either.

   (C) It’s too late to find a tutor.

   (D) The man should hire a tutor before the midterm exam

 

20. (A) Stay in the hotel for at least two nights.

   (B) Leave the hotel the next morning.

   (C) Ask the hotel clerk for her room key.

   (D) Complain to the manager about the extra charges.

 

21. (A) He doesn’t recommend going to Central Mountain.

   (B) He doesn’t plan to go skiing during spring break.

   (C) He has never been to Central Mountain.

   (D) He isn’t an experienced skier.

 

22. (A) She knows who the top history student is.

   (B) She hasn’t read the campus newspaper today.

   (C) The man is mistaken.

   (D) It’s surprising that her roommate likes history.

 

23. (A) He’s not qualified to proofread the woman’s report.

   (B) He’ll be able to talk to the woman in a few minutes. 

   (C) He hadn’t noticed a lot of the woman’s mistakes.

   (D) He thinks the woman should have asked him sooner.

 

24. (A) Practice her presentation in front of him.

   (B) Find out who her audience will be tomorrow.

   (C) Try not to think about her audience.

   (D) Watch him make his presentation.

 

25. (A) She’s also curious about who won the game.

   (B) She didn’t go to the game.

   (C) She was sitting right behind the man at the game.

   (D) She also left the game early.

 

26. (A) Make a shopping list.

   (B) Buy some groceries.

   (C) Finish making the salad.

   (D) Wait for the woman to return.

 

27. (A) He finds the dictionary very useful.

   (B) He knows where the woman put the dictionary.

   (C) he doesn’t expect the woman to replace the dictionary.

   (D) The woman should buy her own dictionary.

 

28. (A) She plans to miss soccer practice.

   (B) She’ll arrive at the party after

   (C) Soccer practice will end later than usual.

   (D) She’ll go to soccer practice after the party.

 

29. (A) Dr. Smith told her something important.

   (B) Dr. Smith didn’t understand what she said.

   (C) She wanted to protect Dr. Smith’s feelings.

   (D) She didn’t intend to say what she said.

 

30. (A) He sells paint supplies.

   (B) He plans to take an art class with the  woman.

   (C) He works as an artist.

   (D)He works in an art museum.

 

31. (A) The cost of meals in the cafeteria.

   (B) The size of the cafeteria.

   (C) Career opportunities in cafeterias.

   (D) The food served in the cafeteria.

 

32. (A) Giving advice on nutrition.

   (B) Cooking food for the students.

   (C) Listening to complaints about service.

   (D) Serving food to the students.

 

33. (A) Find other students who will work in the cafeteria.

   (B) Collect students’ opinions about meals.

   (C) As students to try a new dish he has made.

   (D) Teach students about the disadvantages of frying food.

 

34. (A) Stop serving hamburgers and fried chicken.

   (B) Use less sauce on the food.

   (C) Make some of the meals less fattening.

   (D) Buy less expensive food.

 

35. (A) Somewhat curious.

   (B) Very skeptical.

   (C) Quite irritated.

   (D) Not at all interested.

 

36. (A) That he’ll be performing in a concert. 

   (B) That he had a conversation with the director of a choir.

   (C) That he heard a new musical composition by Barbara Johnson.

   (D) That he’s been translating some Latin poems for a class.

 

37. (A) They’re members of the Latin club on campus.

   (B) They work as editors.

   (C) They attended the same concert.

   (D) Music is their major field of study.

 

38. (A) She was upset.

   (B) She was confused.

   (C) She was amused.

   (D) She was grateful.

 

39. (A) Some photographs that he took of her during the concert.

   (B) A tape recording that he made of the concert. 

   (C) A review of the concert that he wrote for the campus paper.

   (D) The corrected text from the program of the concert.

 

40. (A) The skills cowboys learned on the range.

   (B) The evolution of rodeos.

   (C) The recent decline in the popularity of rodeos.

   (D) The growth of the cattle industry.

 

41. (A) They were small informal events.

   (B) Competitors were awarded large prizes.

   (C) Large audiences attended them.

   (D) There were standard rules for judging events.

 

42. (A) It is the only traveling rodeo.

   (B) it is the largest agricultural fair.

   (C) It is the oldest annual rodeo.

   (D) It was the first rodeo to charge admission.

 

43. (A) How animals react to frightening situations.

   (B) Why mice are particularly fearful animals.

   (C) Whether fearfulness is a genetic trait.

   (D) Why certain animals are feared by humans.

 

44. (A) They fought with the other mice.

   (B) They stayed close to their mothers.

   (C) They ran back and forth constantly.

   (D) They remained close to one wall.

 

45. (A) The extent of damage to the nervous system.

   (B) The presence or absence of certain nerve-cell receptors. 

   (C) The size of nerve-cell receptors in the brain.

   (D) The level of danger in the mammal’s environment.

 

46. (A) To show the relationship between fearfulness and environment.

   (B) To give examples of animals that aren’t fearful.

   (C) To compare fear in mammals to fear in other animals.

   (D) To identify the nerves that control fear in certain animals.

 

47. (A) Why water flows from artesian springs.

   (B) How artesian wells are drilled.

   (C) Why artesian springs are important to geologic research.

   (D) How aquifers are formed.

 

48. (A)They pump water from the aquifer. 

   (B) They purify the water in the aquifer.

   (C) They store excess water from the aquifer.

   (D) They trap water in the aquifer.

 

49. (A)By eroding layers of sediment above it. 

   (B) By traveling through cracks in layers of rock.

   (C) By reversing its flow down the aquicludes.

   (D) By boiling up through pores in the aquifer.

 

50. (A) It pushes the water upward. 

   (B) It keeps the water cool.

   (C) It holds the water underground.

   (D) It creates holes in the aquiclude.

听力原文:

Part A

1. Jane was really accepted she didn’t invite to the graduation ceremony. Well, you know. There only for people. But as turns out my brother can go after all. And she is the next my list.

2. Do you know what time the train goes the city? Normally it’s every 20 minutes. But it’s weekend, so I’m not sure.

 

3. Could you do me a favor? I really a couple of coffee, and I know she’s in your chemistry class this afternoon, so I was wondering. Not problem. Considerate it done.

 

4. There you are. Finally, we’d better get moving if we expected to get seat. The lecture start fifteen minutes. And we still have a long walk to. Please, things never start on time. and anyway, I don’t think the road would be crowded.

 

5. I studied French in high school, but I never really learned it until I learned in summering Paris. Really using the language makes all the different, doesn’t it?

 

6. I wait it until midnight for your call last night. you know I really need those notes.

Oh, I am so sorry. I get called up the conversation my roommate completely Forgot. But you know what, I am right here.

 

7. Can you believe that doctor foster exactly giving us extra week to hand the papers?

That’s time I can certainty used. Believe me, I am not even the half way through.

 

8. My parents want to come visit next weekend, but I check every hotel in the area, and all seem to be full. Why not call the , it’s not so near the campus but it’s always get a few vacancy.

 

9. I heard you looking for someone to pick up your mail where your way the conference next week. Oh, could you?

 

10. I just come back from the campus bookstore, every single textbook I need in this semester is sold out. That until the day class begin.

 

11. I’ sorry, I shouldn’t volunteer to help you memorize lines to the play, I still haven’t finish reading my essay. That’ ok, Sue said she will help me she could do it.

 

12. You know, I was really hoping to get this genteelism in turn cheep at the times. But I was only two weeks before start. Can I still have a heed for them? Don’t worry about it. They must be cleaning weather places would be happy to help you.

 

13. You know, team was very funny lately, everything you want photograph to local paper. Well, he is kind of change, like he is hard to know. Yeah, I know what you mean, I guess Zhao gang was too had.

 

14. If I can keep up the pace, I will graduate in just 3 years. That may be true, but I never want to give up my summer breaks.

 

15. I am hiding over to the fid box office, to the weekend concert, before you will gone.

I hate to tell you this, but for more I read this morning, you are already to late.

 

16. It’s no use. I am never learn to swim as well as you do. Don’t lock so easily, remember, water.

 

17. You need to decide where do you going to do your research project done. I have got the background information together, now all I need is to find right subject to observe.

 

18. What’s the problem? Don’t you have your apartment key? It’s a good thing I leave sprice my neighbor, I am going to have a stop by asking for getting my books.

 

19. I am having a hard time keeping up my biology class. I am seriously considering hiring a turtle. Would it advice, don’t make a mistake I made last semester and wait until after midterm exam to do it.

 

20. We hope you enjoy year stay at hotel. here is a room key and by the way, check out until 12 noon. Oh, thanks for reminding me. It’s a lovely hotel and I am not at all hurry to leave. but I would not want to be charged for second night.

 

21. I am thinking about spending my spring breaks skiing at central mountain, you will there last year, how was it? To be completely I honest that was to be desired.

 

22. Did I read the campus newspapers that your roommates was named the top student in history department? Oh, that’s highly likely, considering that filter this chemistry.

 

23. I know what is short notice, but did you think to prove free talk about this the last minute.

 

24. I have got to give up my all presentation in class tomorrow, and I am so nervous. Maybe you just need a trail run, why don’t you use me as your audience?

 

25. You know I have to leave the basket ball game I have through last night. So I never found out one. Well, don’t look at me, I left just few minutes behind you.

 

26. This need something to give some more favor, don’t you think? Right, tell me what you like run over to the corner store, I need to get it anyway.

 

27. Jeff, I am so sorry, I don’t know what I did about your dictionary, of course, I will buy you a new one. Don’t be sadly, I have , and I hardly use it anyway.

 

28. Can I expect to see the party if I carry Friday night? The fifty begin at six and little probably last few hours. Yeah, I will miss it. Soccer practice just until seven but I will be there.

 

29. Are you crazy, how come you bring that from doctor smith? I don’t know, I guess he just call me of gold.

 

30. I hear you have got your own studio now, are you still painting oils? I am, and I just saw price pieces. And another one could shown in the exhibit next month.

 

Part B
 

Listen to the conversation between the student employee and administrator in the cafeteria.
 

Hi, rob, mind if I eat lunch with you?

No, Mr. evens, not at all.

Thanks, I just heard you study new something, and you got a quite a bit experience with working in cafeteria ,so I wonder if you have been interested in a small project of doing this term.

Was the project got about?

More and more students have been deciding no to buy the meal plan and we want trade them back. I want to hear what’s the students would like. Your job would be found out. Of course I like to hear the any of your own ideas.

Well, if menus were changed, then maybe I would have to listen to so much cristism this term. You know I have taken several nutrition classes, and every Wednesday this food year. So they always complete to me about the food.

That makes you perfect for the job. Would you be interest?

I am not sure. What is the sort of change you thinking up?

I’d like to make some changes we prepare our food. For example, we just look about we had to choose from today. You got fry Hamburg with this oil and I got fried chicken. We both contain too much fat.

But you’d better not to get rid of them. Everybody favor.

Well, we can certainly keep them but we need to give them the people some choices. For example we could also prepare chicken without fat. We served on some rice with lotus. Do you think that would appeal the students?

Well, I like fat. But you are right, you’d better find out with other think.  Oh, sorry, I have got to back to work.

I’d like to hear more though. All job buy your office later.

Who can, she is then?

31. What are the speaker mainly discussing?

32. What is the woman current job in the cafeteria?

33. What does the man want the woman to do?

34. What does the man suggest the cafeteria to do?

35. How does the woman probably feel about the man’s project?
 

Listen to a conversation between two students.
 

Hi, alias, you never guess so I met last week. Bob Johnson.

You know mean the bob Johnson who directed the quite performance that weekend?

That’s right.

But she is so famous. How to get to meet her?

Well, you know have a programming hind the printed

I thought I made a mistakes, you know , type the graphical.

Wait a minute, you were actually reading the word?

Well, I will so called up a performance that I never even look the program.

I’d like to follow the test what I listening. You mean understand what is the thing about. Anyway, all I ever doing the last pieces, I know the mistakes. but I was really annoy. So at the concert when over, people were crowding around the backstage to see her and soloist.

Yeah, I remember, there were dozens of people waiting the theater out graph.

Well, I wait to the end and then when I met job Johnson I showed the mistakes I found.

Were she accept?

Accept? She actually thanks me and send me a copy of correct test. She will advice for the next time they sing the pieces.

And even she print my name in the program editor.

Woo, you pretty good to find out the errors.

I should hold to sell them my majoring classics.

36. What is the man eager to tell the other students?

37. What can be inferred about the two students?

38. What was bob Johnson’s reaction to the man’s commons.

39. What will the man probably seen to bob Johnson.
 

Listen to a talk given by a history professor.

 

The caldrons in west USA in the late 18 hundreds. As the industry develop so did the house ridding contests we called radios.

Radios was always to begin at we see nowadays. The first want small contest started at among competition people restore to reflect to cowboys. Although they didn’t clue both man and woman. One do the cowboys was to guide the cattle from grass rangers into town along the railroad lines where the cows were load on the trains. The cowboys would gather near the cattle towns to

complete for cattle house writer. They were demonstrated to riding skills that learned survival. And the ordains was composed mainly of other cowboys who watch the competitive. Since they knew what they want. Radio context took a different turn in the 1890’s. When organizers began to hold a cowboys sports during yearly every cultural affairs. What was different with the ardins it consist mostly people who were unfamiliar with the rage. They were amazed by the sth. writers and intelligence houses. The radio at every cultural affairs became so popular that the rasher and business people begin to organize radio independent events set from affairs. The organizers still large ringers and earn money by requiring spectator to pay

mansion. More and more notable radios held annually in won. It called frontier days. While is not the first independent radio, but is the owl this annually show. It has been 1897

40. What is the topic mainly about?

41. What can be infer about the early radio?

42. What is the significant about the frontier days?

 

Biological class

We spend looking at for a biological perspective. And someone asked with the attendance to be fill full dill. Some study indicate that mammal still to some degree. In one study for instance, a group of mice placed in the bright open buck for the now hiding places. Some of the mice wondered around the bars and didn’t appear to be bothered about being so exposed. But other mice didn’t move. Which indicate they were afraid. Well, when fretful mice or you might say anxious mice like ones stayed in one place. When mice like this bread but one another were repeatedly, after about 12 also generation. Then all of the offspring show similar sign for fretful mice. And even when the new born mouse from this generation with rice by a mother, and with other mice were not fretful, mice still attend to be fretful as the dot. Now, why is this? Well, it’s sought that the gene specific have influence the anxious behavior. This gene that associated with particular nerve in brain. And the degree of overall fretful mice in the mammal seem to depend in the large part . the present all expense this nerve cell separator. And this appears to apply to unmans and well by the way. But well the attendance tailed may will be in trade. The specie form that take has more to do individual environment. So a peculiar affair like the fretful snake or the fretful spider not attack. But overall the attendance to have fretful is.

43. What is the talk mainly about?

44. How did some of the mice in the study destroyed that they were afraid?

45. According to the professor, what contribute to a mammal tendency to be fretful?

46. Why does the prof. Mentions snakes and spiders?
 

Listen to a part of talk in the geology class.

One type of natural spring geography interest is artesian spring. Hiking through the world some of to see water flowing from the opening ground. That will no more ever. That may tension spring. To help you understand why water might flow like underground. I'd like to experience two basic condition necessary for there formation. The first condition is the water not be contain . and aquifer isn’t underground layer of rock sediment that has poles or holes in it. And this poles rock allows water to flow it freely. The  aquifer must be inclined so that the over the surface of the ground. Rain water enter this through exposed and traveled downward to the lower portion of the aquifer. The second condition is that above and below the aquifer there must be layer of none rock or clay. Either code aquicludes, and they block or hinter the flow of water. Accolades prevent water from drining out aquifer. So, let us go back to our tension spring. There usually located above the ground near the lower and wind clink aquifer. A

tension spring there places some hole crack stand from the ground surface, down through the aquiclude(含水土层) .and into the aquifer. Now the rain moder that had dried into the aquifer makes expose up rained created pressure at the low rained .so if there is crack in the rock, a cracked that run from the aquifer surface, then the pressure pushes the water up through it and water contritely out of the tension spring.

47. What is the topic mainly about?

48. Why are the aquiclude important to the development of the tension spring.

49. According to the prof., how does water in the aquifer reach the ground surface.
50. What does the prof. Say about the pressure?

 

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