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托福听力测试(一)

  • 测试时间:30分钟
  • 总分:17
  • 及格分数:11
  • 离测试结束还有:30
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  • 1.
    Why does the women come to the office?

    • A. To notify the university of her change of address
    • B. To find out where her physics class is being held
    • C. To get directions to the science building
    • D. To complain about her physics class being canceled
  • 2.
    What happened to the letter the university sent to the woman? 

    • A. She threw it away by mistake
    • B. Her roommate forgot to give it to her
    • C. It was sent to her old mailing address
    • D. It was sent to another student by mistake
  • 3.
     Why was the woman’s physics class canceled?

    • A. Not enough students signed up to take the class
    • B. No professors were available to teach the class
    • C. The university changed its requirements for physics students
    • D. There were no classrooms available in the science building at the hour
  • 4.
    What does the man suggest the woman do before the beginning of next semester?

    • A. Consult with her advisor about her class schedule
    • B. Check with the registrar’s office about the location of the class
    • C. Register for her classes early
    • D. Call the physics department
  • 5.
    What does the man imply when he say this:  

    • A. He know the physics class has been canceled
    • B. He is not sure where the science building is
    • C. Many of the room assignments have been changed
    • D. The women can check for herself where her class is
  • 6.
    What does the professor mainly discuss?

    • A. Major changes in the migratory patterns of hummingbirds
    • B. The adaptation of hummingbirds to urban environments
    • C. Concern about the reduction of hummingbird habitat
    • D. The impact of ecotourism on hummingbird populations
  • 7.
    What does the professor imply might cause a decrease in the hummingbird population?

    • A. An increase in the ecotourism industry
    • B. An increase in the use of land to raise crops and cattle
    • C. A decrease in banding studies
    • D. A decrease in the distance traveled during migration
  • 8.
    What does the professor say people have done to help hummingbirds survive? 

    • A. They have built a series of hummingbird feeding stations
    • B. They have supported new laws that punish polluters of wildlife habitats
    • C. They have replanted native flowers in once polluted areas
    • D. They have learned to identify various hummingbird species
  • 9.
    What way of collecting information about migrating hummingbirds does the professor mention? 

    • A. Receiving radio signals from electronic tracking devices
    • B. Being contacted by people who recapture banded birds
    • C. Counting the birds that return to the same region every year
    • D. Comparing old and young birds’ migration routes
  • 10.
    What does the professor imply researchers have learned while studying hummingbird migration? 

    • A. Hummingbirds have totally disappeared from some countries due to recent habitat destruction
    • B. Programs to replant flowers native to hummingbird habitats are not succeeding
    • C. Some groups of hummingbirds have changed their migration patterns
    • D. Some plant species pollinated by hummingbirds have become extinct
  • 11.
    What does the professor imply when she say this: 

    • A. There is disagreement about the idea she has presented
    • B. She does not plan to discuss all the details
    • C. Her next point may seem to contradict what she has just said
    • D. The point she will make next should be obvious to the students
  • 12.
    What is the main purpose of the lecture?

    • A. To discuss the style of an early filmmaker
    • B. To describe different types of filmmaking in the 1930s
    • C. To discuss the emergence of the documentary film
    • D. To describe Painleve’s influence on today’s science-fiction films
  • 13.
    Why are Painleve’s films typical of the films of the 1920s and 1930s?

    • A. They do not have sound
    • B. They are filmed underwater
    • C. They are easy to understand
    • D. They difficult to categorize
  • 14.
    According to the professor, how did Painleve’s film confuse the audience?

    • A. They show animals out of their natural habitat
    • B. They depict animals as having both human and animal characteristics
    • C. The narration is scientific and difficult to understand
    • D. The audiences of the 1920s and 1930s were not used to films shot underwater
  • 15.
    Why does the professor mention sea horses? 

    • A. To explain that they were difficult to film in the 1930s
    • B. To point out that Cousteau made documentaries about them
    • C. To illustrate Pianleve’s fascination with unusual animals
    • D. To explain why Painleve’s underwater films were not successful
  • 16.
    Why does the professor compare the film style of Jacques Cousteau and Jean Painleve? 

    • A. To explain how Painleve influenced Cousteau
    • B. To emphasize the uniqueness of Painleve’s filming style
    • C. To emphasize the artistic value of Cousteau’s documentary films
    • D. To demonstrate the superiority of Painleve’s filmmaking equipment
  • 17.
    What does the student imply when he say this:  

    • A. He does not like Jean Painleve’s films
    • B. He thinks that the professor should spend more time discussing Jacques Cousteau’s film
    • C. He believes that high quality filmmakers are usually well known
    • D. He believes that Jean Painleve’s film have been unfairly overlooked
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