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中石油托福英语听力教材【2】

2019-08-23

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1.

(A) They don’t enjoy swimming.

  (B) They won’t go swimming in the lake today

  (C) They don’t know how to swim  

  (D) They’ll swim in the lake tomorrow.   

2.

(A) The style of sweater she’s wearing is very common.

  (B) The man saw Jill wearing the sweater.

  (C) She wore sweater for the first time yesterday.

  (D) She usually doesn’t borrow cloths from Jill.

3.

(A) He went to see the dentist a week ago.

  (B) The woman should cancel her appointment with the dentist.

  (C) The woman’s toothache will go away by itself.

  (D) The woman should have seen the dentist by now.

4.

 (A) She’s planning a trip to Antarctica.

  (B) She thinks attending the lecture will be helpful to her.

  (C) Her geography class is required to attend the lecture.

  (D) She has already finished writing her report.

5

  1. The woman should join the chess club
  2. He’s not a very good chess player
  3. The woman needs a lot of time to play chess
  4. He’s willing to teach the woman how to play chess

6

  1. Ask Alice if the man can borrow the novel.
  2. Return the novel to Alice immediately.
  3. Help the man find his own copy of the novel
  4. Find out how much the novel costs.

7

  1. He has already tasted the chocolate pudding.
  2. Chocolate is his favorite flavor.
  3. He doesn’t want any chocolate pudding.
  4. There is no more chocolate pudding left.

8.

  1. See the movie at a theater close by.
  2. Wait until later to see the movie.
  3. Consider seeing an English version of the movie.
  4. Call the Pine Street Cinema to see what time the movie starts.

9.

  1. He doesn’t know how to find the student’s grade.
  2. He doesn’t know if Dr. Wilson has finished grading the midterm exams.
  3. He isn’t allowed to tell the student her grade.
  4. Dr. Wilson doesn’t want to be contracted while she’s away.

10

  1. She had to wait even longer than the man did to have her car inspected.
  2. The man should have had his car inspected sooner.
  3. The auto inspection center will be closed at the end of the month.
  4. The man doesn’t need to have his car inspected until next month.

11.

  1. He can act as a subject in the experiment.
  2. He thinks the woman’s experiment is difficult to understand.
  3. He’s busy working on this own experiment.
  4. He’s willing to help the woman run(?) the experiment.

12

  1. Look for the misplaced check.
  2. Ask the bookstore for a refund
  3. Borrow some cash from the woman
  4. Repair this desk

13

  1. He hadn’t heard that Karen had a new roommate.
  2. Karen wouldn’t give specific reasons for her feelings.
  3. He thinks that Karen shouldn’t be angry.
  4. Karen won’t be getting a new roommate after all.

14

  1. The woman didn’t submit the thesis proposal to him on time.
  2. He returned the thesis proposal to the woman a week ago.
  3. He hasn’t read the thesis proposal yet.
  4. The thesis proposal isn’t acceptable.

15

  1. It only cost $400.
  2. He bought it a year ago.
  3. It has broken down.
  4. It’s not as bad as his last car.

16

  1. Purchase some ingredients.
  2. Give the man a recipe.
  3. Write down the directions to the supermarket.
  4. Check to see if the stew is ready.

17

  1. He arrived at the theater later.
  2. He left his watch in the theater.
  3. The production seemed much shorter than it actually was
  4. He did not enjoy the production

18

  1. He can’t understand the instructions.
  2. He doesn’t have a computer
  3. He has a degree in computer science.
  4. He needs to take his computer to be repaired.

19

  1. Arrange by phone to have a bucket delivered.
  2. Deliver the papers herself.
  3. Take her recycling to the town office
  4. Return the bucket to the recycling department.

20

  1. She prefers her eggs fried.
  2. She never eats breakfast
  3. She gets an allergic reaction when eating eggs.
  4. She doesn’t eat a lot for breakfast.

21

  1. He doesn’t know anything about engineering.
  2. He wants the woman to postpone the talk
  3. He hasn’t finished preparing for his presentation
  4. He regularly gives talks to high school students.

22

  1. He told the woman to take seven courses this semester.
  2. He knew that the woman’s schedule would be too difficult for her.
  3. His current schedule is also very demanding.
  4. Taking so many classes will enable the woman to graduate early

23.

  1. He needs help repairing his truck
  2. He doesn’t want to use his truck for the field trip.
  3. The woman can use his truck if she agrees to drive.
  4. He doesn’t think all the telescopes will fit in this truck

24.

  1. Dr. Luby won't be taking students to New York this year.
  2. She doesn’t know where the man can buy theater tickets.
  3. Dr. Luby is performing in play on Broadway.
  4. She’s going on a theater trip with Dr. Luby.

25

  1. The woman’s source of information is reliable.
  2. He didn't enjoy taking history with Dr. Parker.
  3. He thought Dr. Parker’s tests were easy.
  4. Dr. Parker is no longer teaching history.

26

  1. The man doesn’t have air conditioning.
  2. The man’s air conditioner is broken.
  3. The man hasn’t been using his air conditioner.
  4. The summer has been unusually hot.

27

  1. He has decided how he’s going to spend the prize money.
  2. He doesn’t know how much his rent is going to increase.
  3. He ’s already planning to enter(?) next year’s essay contest.
  4. He has already paid his landlord for next year’s rent.

28

  1. He’ll probably postpone the test until after he talks about chapter 16 in class
  2. He usually tells the students ahead of time what will be on his tests
  3. He’ll probably talk about chapter 16 in class today.
  4. He might test the students on material not discussed in class

29

  1. He has been applying only for advertised jobs.
  2. He’s convinced that there’s a shortage of jobs.
  3. He doesn’t have time to read all the job ads.
  4. He’ll help the woman find a job.

30

  1. To make plans for the evening.
  2. To ask her about the assignment.
  3. To talk to her roommate.
  4. To give her some information.

31

  1. A class presentation they’re preparing.
  2. A television program the man is watching.
  3. Visiting a close friend of theirs.
  4. Studying for a test.

32

  1. He’s taking a break from studying.
  2. He has already finished studying.
  3. He was assigned to watch a program by his professor.
  4. He’s finding out some information for a friend

33

  1. He didn’t know that she was enrolled in a linear algebra course.
  2. He though she preferred to study alone.
  3. He thought she had made arrangements to study with Elizabeth.
  4. He had told her that he had done poorly on a recent test.

34

  1. He and Elizabeth argued recently.
  2. He heard Elizabeth did poorly on the last test.
  3. He doesn’t want to bother Elizabeth so late in the evening.
  4. He’d rather study in his own dormitory.

35

  1. A more economical diesel(?) fuel.
  2. Characteristics of a new type of fuel..
  3. Where a new energy source is located.
  4. How to develop alternative energy sources.

36

  1. He’s studying for a test
  2. He lost his notes.
  3. He missed the class.
  4. He’s doing research on alternative fuels.

37

  1. It will reduce the amount of pollutants in the air.
  2. It will increase the amount of unpleasant odors from vehicles.
  3. It will eventually destroy the ozone layer.
  4. It will reduce the cost of running large vehicles.

38

  1. It’s expensive to manufacture
  2. It hasn't been adequately tested.
  3. It damages car engines.
  4. It’s dangerous to transport.

39

  1. To help him explain the information to his roommate.
  2. To help him write a paper
  3. To prepare for a test.
  4. To tell her if the notes are accurate.

40

  1. The life and times of an important modern poet.
  2. How a poem’s images relate to its meaning.
  3. The musical quality of modern poetry.
  4. The poems of Gerthnde(?) Stein.

41

  1. She’s the most famous of the modern poets
  2. She didn’t publish any of her works in her lifetime.
  3. She was better known as a prose writer than as a poet.
  4. She began her career as a writer relatively late in her life.

42

  1. It reflects poetic techniques that were rejected by modern poets.
  2. It’s from a poem that the students have read.
  3. It’s the title of a poem by John Ashbery.
  4. It’s an example of a statement that is “empty but pleasing to hear.

43

  1. Read some poems out loudly (?)
  2. Research the life of Gertrude Stein.
  3. Compare the poems of Gertrude Stein to the poems of John Ashbery.
  4. Write a few lines of poetry.

44.

  1. Employment in the fishing and whaling industries.
  2. Nineteenth century sea captains.
  3. The economic importance of sailing ships
  4. The development of the steamship

45

  1. They were protected by a strong United States Navy.
  2. They were supported by a well-developed railroad system.
  3.  Most crew members had experience on foreign ships.
  4. As part(?) owners of the ships, captains got some of the profits.

46

  1. They carried passengers, but not cargo
  2. They were large, but surprisingly fast.
  3. They were the first successful steam-powered ships
  4. They were more reliable than other ships of the 1860’s.

47

  1. It’s now taught with the aid of computers
  2. It isn’t considered as important today as it was in the past.
  3. Children today learn it earlier than children did in the past.
  4. A lot of time is spent teaching it.

48

  1. To indicate the emphasis teachers once placed on penmanship
  2. To criticize a technique used to motivate children.
  3. To illustrate the benefits of competition.
  4. To suggest that teachers be recognized for their efforts.

49

  1. How educators create a curriculum
  2. Why some parents object to the teaching of penmanship
  3. The standards for penmanship in state curricula
  4. The effects of rewarding good penmanship.

50

  1. The number of hours per week that must be spent teaching penmanship
  2. The level of penmanship a child is expected to have.
  3. The recommended method for teaching penmanship.
  4. The reason computers should be used to help in the teaching of penmanship.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Part A

1. W: I'm not going swimming in the lake unless it warms up outside today.

M: Me neither. Unfortunately I think it's supposed to stay this cold all day.

Q: What can be inferred about the speakers?

2. M: that sweater is so unusual, and yet it looks familiar. Did I just see you wearing it yesterday?

W: Well, not me. but...see, it belongs to my roommate Jill, and she is in your chemistry class.

Q: What does the woman imply?

3. W: This toothache is killing me! I was hoping it would just go away but it's getting worse by the minute. What did you say the name of your dentist was?

M: I told you last week to make that appointment.

Q: what does the man imply?

4. M: You wanna go to a lecture tonight over in the science auditorium? It's some guy who spent a year living in Antarctica.

W: No kidding! I'm doing a report on Antarctica for my geography class. Maybe I could get some good information to add to it.

Q: What does the woman mean?

5. W: I'd really like to learn how to play chess, but it looks so complicated. It seems like it will take a really long time to learn.

M: Well, it takes a long time to get good at it. But we can go over the basics the afternoon if you want.

Q: What does the man imply?

6. M: Do you think u can lend me that novel when you are finished with it? I've been looking all over for a copy, but apparently it sold out at all the bookstores.

W: Oh, it's not mine. It belongs to Alive. But, I'll see what she says.

Q: what will the woman probably do?

7. W: Hum...are you going to try some of this chocolate pudding? It's incredible.

M: Well, to be honest with you, I've never been a big fan of chocolate.

Q: What does the man imply?

8. W: Why don't we go catch the new Italian film at the Pine Street cinema?

M: That's a little out of the way, don't u think? It's playing just up the street of the Growth(影院名)too, you know.

Q: What does the man suggest they do?

9. W: Hi, I know Doctor Wilson's out of town at a conference, but I was wondering...um...since she won't be back till next week, if u...if u could check in your computer records, and find out how I did on her mid-term exam?

M: I'm sorry, miss. But I'm not authorized to give out that kind of information.

Q: What does the man mean?

10. M: You wouldn't believe the line at the auto inspection center. I waited more than two hours to get through it.

W: That's what u should get for waiting until the last day of the month.

Q: What does the woman imply?

11. W: You know, I'll be conducting my psychololgy experiment this Sat. And I'm going to have my hands full. So, I was wondering if you could help me. Maybe you could register the subjects and ask them a few questions as they come in.

M:  I've got some work of my own to do. But I guess I can make sometime. Just let me know what I'm supposed to do.

Q:  What does the man mean?

12. W: Did you ever get around to cashing that refund check from the bookstore?

M:  oh, gosh! You know what, I must've misplaced that in my desk somewhere. But thanks for reminding me. My funds are running low, so I'd better find it soon.

Q: What will the man probably do?

13. W: It sounds like Kare isn't happy at all with her new roommate. Did she say why?

M: Believe me, I tried to find out. But I simply couldn't pin her down.(迫使明确表态)

Q: What does the man mean?

14. W: Oh, Professor Jackson, I was wondering...but uh...well, if uh...if I had a chance yet to uh...look at my thesis proposal?

M: Well, I know you gave it to me over a week ago, but to be honest, I have been swamped with(忙于)other things.

Q: What does the professor imply?

15. W: that's a shame about your car. Talk about bad timing(真不是时候)!

M: yeah. And just a few months ago I put 400 dollars into it and I hoped it would make it through another year.

Q: What can be inferred about the man's car?

16. M: This stew is delicious. I'd love to be able to make it myself

W: Why not? You can get all the ingredients at any supermarket. Here, let me get a pencil and paper.

Q: what will the woman probably do next?

17. W: so how was the drama club's new production last night? Did I miss out on anything good?

M: Hardly, I kept looking at my watch the whole time.

Q: what does the man mean?

18. W: I see you haven't gotten that program to run on your computer yet. Want me go over the instruction manual with you?

M: That would be great. You need a Ph.D. to understand it.

Q: What can be inferred about the man?

19. W:  How do I get one of those green buckets(桶)everyone here puts out of the curb(路边) for paper recycling?

M: Oh, just call up the sanitation department, they'll deliver a bucket at no charge.

Q: What does the man suggest the woman do?

20. M: There's nothing I like better to get me started in the morning than a big breakfast, eggs, bacon, home-fried potatoes...

W: not me! All that fatty food will give me a stomachache. I prefer something light, like fruit or a yogurt.

Q: What does the woman mean?

21. W: What's the problem, Paul? You really look paniced.

M: I am speaking to a group of high school students about engineering this afternoon. But I have no idea how I am going to simplify some of the concepts for them.

Q: What can be infered about the man?

22. W: Well, I am never doing this again! Seven courses in one semester is just too much. I don't have a minute to myself!

M: well I hate to say this, but ...I told you so.

Q: What does the man mean?

23. W: Do you think we can use your pickup truck (敞棚小型货车)to take the telescopes out to the field again this weekend?

M: To be honest, I've got a lot of dents(凹痕)in my truck from the last field trip. Maybe someone else can help out this time.

Q: What does the man imply?

24. M: Do you think Dr. Luby will lead a theater trip to Broadway in New York City again this year?

W: I don't think so. I know so, and I've already signed up for it(我想这次不会是百老汇。因为我知道不会是同一个地方,所以我已经报名参加这次活动了).

Q: What does the woman mean?

25. W: Tomorrow we are having our first test in my history class. I' m really worried about it. You've taken one of Dr. Parker's tests, haven't u? I hear they're impossible to pass.

M: I don't know who you've been talking to. My experience was just the opposite.

Q:  what does the man imply?

26. M: I haven't turned on my air-conditioner at all this summer.

W: That's surprising, considering how hot it's been lately.

Q: What does the woman find surprising?

27. W: Hey, congratulations on winning the essay contest. That thousand-dollar prize money should really come in handy.

M: You bet!(说得太对了)I've already put it aside(储存…备用)to cover the increase my landlord just announced for next year.

Q: What does the man mean?

28. W: You know, we never went over chapter 16 in class. What do you think the odds are that Dr. Bomb will include it on the test? (考16章的可能性有多大?)

M: He's been long to do things like that. So I wouldn't put it past him.

Q: what does the man say about Dr. Bomb?

29. W: I heard that only 20% of summer jobs in this part of the country are advertised. the other 80% are filled some other way.

M: Really? Then maybe I need to change my job search techniques.

Q: what can be inferred about the man?

30. M: I don't remember the assignment off hand(立刻), but I've got it written down at home. How about if I call u tonight?

W: If you call before nine, just leave a message with my roommate.

Q: Why will the man call the woman?

 

Part B

31~34

W: Hi, Kaven. Your roommate told me I could find you in the TV lounge. What are you doing here?

M: what does it look like I am doing?

W: well, it looks like u are watching television. but we have a linear algebra(线性代数) mid-term tomorrow, so I thought you'd be studying for it and maybe I could study with you.

M: Oh, well, I was just taking a break. This linear algebra stuff gives me a headache if I work on it too long.

W: I know what you mean. I've been working on it for three hours through it already. I’m beginning to go across. I've been staring at the sample problems. I just don't get some of them. 

M:  but I can't believe you are coming to me. I mean you do know what I got on the last test, don't u?

W: yeah, I know. You told me. I just thought two heads might be better one.

M: yeah, that's nice idea. But...you know, I wish I knew that person in our class who got a hundred on the last test. She didn't miss a question. Hum...was it Elizabeth?

W: oh yeah, Elizabeth! She is a friend of mine. She'd be a big help right now. Why don't I give her a call?

M: what! At this hour? It's already ten thirty. I don't wanna impose on her.

W: yeah, I guess you are right. But you know what, she owes me a big favor. Let's at least give her a call and see what she says. Maybe going over some of the problems with us would help her review the material.

M:  it's worth a try.

 

31 what are the speakers mainly discussing?

32 why is the man watching television?

33 why is the man surprised that the woman wants to study linear algebra

with him?

34 why doesn't the man want to call Elizabeth?

 

Questions 35 through 39:

W:  hello?

M:  hi, Amy, this is bill johns.

W:  oh hi, bill. You weren't in engineering class today, were you?

M:  I have the flu. I was wondering if you could tell me what went on.

W:  actually we had an interesting class. Dr. Collin talked about a new type of fuel.

M:  oh, yeah?

W:  uh-hum. It's called dimethyl-ether or DME.

M:  oh, I remember reading something about DME. It's mostly used in spray cans, right?

W:  right. DME doesn't destroy the ozone, so it's been environmentally friendly.

M:  but doesn't DME pollute the air if it's burned in an engine?

W:  Dr. Collin says something about its exhausts being clear, that it doesn't release as much pollutants as diesel fuel (柴油). And he mentioned something about DME being more efficient than other alternative fuels.

M:  So, when will it replace diesel fuel?

W:  not for a while. It's not economical to mass produce.

M:  well, thanks for the information. I guess I won't need to borrow your notes.

W:  well, maybe you should look at them. We are having a test next week.

M:  okay, could u give them to Mike Andrews? I think he is in your psychology class. He is my roommate.

W:  sure. I hope you're feeling better soon.

M:  thanks. Me too. Bye!

W:  bye!

 

35 what is the conversation mainly about?

36 why is the woman giving the man the information?

37 what effect will the increased use of DME instead of diesel fuel probably have?

38 according to the conversation, why won't DME be on the market soon?

39 why does the woman suggest the man look at her notes?

 

Part C

Questions 40 through 43:

Okay. Uh...you remember that I’ve mentioned that it's important to read the assigned poems aloud, so you can develop and appreciation of the sounds of the poetry: the rhyme, the rhythm, the repetition of words or sounds, and to get a sense of the interplay(相互影响)between the sounds of the words and their meaning. This is really critical as we move into modern poetry, especially by writers who place so much importance on sounds that the meaning becomes all better relevant. Like this line by Gertrude Stein that I'd like to quote. Listen, listen as I stay the words. "Rose is a rose is a rose is a rose." taken literally this would seems to be an empty statement, one which gives us no information. but the purpose of a poem need not be to inform the reader of anything, but rather to evoke feelingsto create a sensual alphabetically(按字母顺序地)pleasing experience. Now Gertrude Stein was better known for her prose than for her poems. but I'd like to like to quote this line because of its musicality(音感), and because I think it helps open up our awareness to the unconventional lyricism(抒情诗体)of contemporary poets. You'll see this in your homework tonight as you read the poetry of John Ashbery, especially if you read it out loud, which I recommend you do. Poets like ashbery don't rely so much on any formal rhyme scheme or meter as on the musical quality of the individual words themselves. as I said, Stein was better known for her non-poetical(非理想化的) work. And now I'd like to touch briefly on her essay entitled "Conversation and Explanation". This work deals with her theory of writing and will help to explain some of the things we've talking about.

 

40 what does the professor mainly discuss?

41 what does the professor say about Gertrude Stein as a writer?

42 why does the professor recommend the students do as part of their homework?

43 what does the professor recommend the students do as part of their homework?

 

Questions 44 through 46

Last week, you recall, we discussed the early development of railroads in the United States. Today I want to mention an even earlier form of transportation , one that brought the first European settlers to America. And that's the wooden sailing ship. From colonial times sailing ships were vital to the economy. many coastal towns depended on fishing or whaling(捕鲸) for employment and income. This was especially true in the northeastern states. And there the wood from nearby forests and the skills of local designers and workers also formed the basis of an important shipbuilding industry. But the big profits were to be made on trade with far away places. And since sea captains often became part owners of their ships, they had a strong interest in the commercial success of their voyages. So these Yankees, that's what US sailor and officers came to be called, they carried on a very profitable trade with other parts of the world. the high point of this trade came in the mid-19th century with the introduction of the clipper ship(快帆船), the enormous Yankee clippers with huge sails reaching nearly two hundred feet into sky. He'd carry passengers and cargo from New York around South America to San Francisco in less than three months and clear to China in just half a year. at that time this seemed unbelievable fast and efficient. But in the 1860s, more reliable steam-powered ship began to take over. And soon the important role of sailing ships in the US economy would come to an end.

 

44 what aspect of United States history does the professor mainly discuss?

45 According to the professor, what may be one reason for the success of the merchant ships of the United States?

46 what does the professor say about clipper ships?

 

Questions 47 through 50:

As you prepare to become elementary school teachers, you'll be hearing a lot of discussion about the relevance of teaching penmanship(书法). Now years ago when I was studying education in college, reading writing and arithmetic were the basics of elementary school education. It went without saying that writing meant first and foremost penmanship. That is, the neatness of a child's handwriting. back then, penmanship was often taught as a separate subject from the fist grade right up through the sixth grade long after the children had moved from writing in block capital letters to cursive script(草书). It was considered so important that sometimes prizes were even awarded for the best handwriting. But when we move ahead a few decades into the 1980s, we see teachers and administrators and even parents telling us that teaching penmanship is waste of time. With computers, they said, children can successfully manipulate the keyboard or mouse of their home computers before they can even hold a pencil. This change in attitude had an impact on the classroom. In your homework for this week you'll be looking at what statewide curriculum standards in the US say about penmanship. You'll see that in many states penmanship has been de-emphasized in a required curriculum, especially in the later years of elementary school. In California, for example, the curriculum calls for fourth-grade students to...and I quote, "write fluently and legibly(易读的)in cursive or joined the italics(斜体字), essentially a level inappropriate for fourth graders. But after this, the curriculum makes no further mention of penmanship in grade five, six or beyond. Any higher level of quality or neatness is simply not among the curricular objectives. Your assignment is to look at what the curricular standards for all fifty states say about penmanship.

47 what is the professor's main point about penmanship in early childhood education?

48 why does the professor mention prizes?

49 what will the students read about for homework?

50 what does the professor quote from California's curriculum requirements?

 

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