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2020-07-14

Part II Listening Comprehension   (25 minutes)

 

Section A

Directions : In this section , you will hear three news reports . At the end of each news report, you will hear two or three questions. Both the news report and the questions will be spoken only once. After you hear a question, you must choose the best answer from the four choices marked A ) , B ) , C and D). Then mark the corresponding letter on Answer Sheet I with a single line through the centre .

 

Questions 1 and 2 are based on the news report you have just heard.(听力录音20180601SA1

 

1 . A ) The return of a bottled message to its owner's daughter

B) A New Hangshire man's joke with friends on his wife.

C ) A father's message for his daughter .

D) The history of a century-old motel

 

2. A) She wanted to show gratitude for his kindness.

C ) She had been asked by her father to do so .

D ) She was excited to see her father's handwriting

 

Questions 3 and 4 are based on the news report you have just heard.(听力录音20180601SA2

 

3 . A ) People were concerned about the number of bees

B) Several cases of Zika disease had been identified.

D ) Zika virus had destroyed some bee farms .

 

4 . A ) It apologized to its customers .

C ) It lost a huge stock of bees .

B)It was forced to kill its bees

D ) It lost 2 . 5 million dollars .

 

Questions 5 to 7 are based on the news report you have just heard.(听力录音20180601SA3

 

5. A) It stayed in the air for about two hours.

B)It took off and landed on a football field.

C) It proved to be of high commercial value

D) It made a series of sharp turns in the sky.

 

6. A) Engineering problems.

B)The air pollution it produced.

C ) Inadequate funding .

D) The opposition from the military.

 

7. A) It uses the latest aviation technology.

B) It flies faster than a commercial jet.

C) It is a safer means of transportation.

D) It is more environmentally friendly.

 

Section B

Directions: In this section, you will hear two long conversations. At the end of each conversatio you will hear four questions. Both the conversation and the questions will be spoken only once . After you hear a question , you must choose the best answer from the four choices marked A ) , B ) , C ) and D ) . Then mark the corresponding letter on Answ Sheet I with a single line through the centre .

 

Questions 8 to 11 are based on the conversation you have just heard.(听力录音20180601SB1

 

8.A)It seems a depressing topic.

B) It sounds quite alarming.

C)It has little impact on our daily life.

D) It is getting more serious these days.

 

9. A) The man doesn't understand Spanish.

B) The woman doesn't

C) They don't want something too noisy really like dancing.

D) They can't make it to the theatre in time.

 

10.A)It would be more fun without Mr.Whitehead hosting.

B) It has too many acts to hold the audience's attention

C) It is the most amusing show he has ever watched

D) It is a show inappropriate for a night of charity.

 

11.A)Watch a comedy.

B) Go and see the dance.

C ) Book the tickets online .

D ) See a film with the man

 

Questions 12 to 15 are based on the conversation you have just heard.(听力录音20180601SB2

 

12.A)Most of her schoolmates are younger than she is.

B) She simply has no idea what school to transfer to

C) There are too many activities for her to cope with

D) She worries she won't fit in as a transfer student.

 

13.A)Seek advice from senior students.

B) Pick up some meaningful hobbies.

C) Participate in after-school activities

D) Look into what the school offers.

 

14. A) Give her help whenever she needs it.

B) Accept her as a transfer student.

C) Find her accommodation on campus.

D) Introduce her to her roommates.

 

15. A) She has interests similar to Mr. Lee's.

B) She has become friends with Catherine.

C) She has chosen the major Catherine has.

D) She has just transferred to the college.

 

Section C

Directions : In this section , you will hear three passages . At the end of each passage , you will hear three or four questions. Both the passage and the questions will be spoken only once.After you hear a question, you must choose the best answer from the four choices marked A), B), C) and D). Then mark the corresponding letter on Answer Sheet with a single line through the centre.

 

Questions 16 to 18 are based on the passage you have just heard.(听力录音20180601SC1

 

16 . A ) To investigate how being overweight impacts on health .

B) To find out which physical drive is the most powerful.

C) To discover what most mice like to eat

D) To determine what feelings mice have.

 

17.A)When they are hungry.

B) When they are thirsty.

C) When they smell food.

D ) When they want company .

 

18.A)They search for food in groups.

B) They are overweight when food is plenty.

C) They prefer to be with other mice

D) They enjoy the company of other animals.

 

Questions 19 to 21 are based on the passage you have just heard.(听力录音20180601SC2

 

19.A)Its construction started before World War I.

B ) Its construction cost more than $ 40 billion .

C ) It is efficiently used for transport .

D ) It is one of the best in the world .

 

20. A) To improve transportation in the countryside.

B) To move troops quickly from place to place

C) To enable people to travel at a higher speed.

D) To speed up the transportation of goods.

 

21. A) In the 1970s. B) In the 1960s. C) In the 1950s. D) In the 1940s.

 

Questions 22 to 25 are based on the passage you have just heard.(听力录音20180601SC3

 

22. A) Chatting while driving.

B ) Messaging while driving .

C) Driving under age

D) Speeding on highways.

 

23.A)A gadget to hold a phone on the steering wheel.

B) A gadget to charge the phone in a car.

C) A device to control the speed of a vehicle

D) A device to ensure people drive with both hands.

 

24 . A ) The car keeps flashing its headlights .

B) The car slows down gradually to a halt.

C ) They are alerted with a light and a sound .

D) They get a warning on their smart phone.

 

25.A)Installing a camera.

B) Using a connected app.

C) Checking their emails.

D) Keeping a daily record

 

 

LISTNING RECCORDING

Section A

New Report One

A message in a bottle sent out to sea by a New Hampshire man more than five decades ago was found 1,500 miles away and has been returned to his daughter.

五十多年前,被新罕布什尔州人发送到海边的瓶子里的消息被发现在1500英里以外的地方,并已归还给他的女儿。

The long-lost message was discovered by Clint Buffington of Utah while he was vacationing.

长期失去的信息是在犹他州克林特布菲顿度假时发现的。

Buffington says he found a soda bottle half buried in the sand that "looked like it had been there since the beginning of time."

Buffington表示,他发现一只苏打瓶被埋在沙子里,看起来就像是从一开始就在那里一样。

The note inside the bottle said," Return to 419 Ocean Street and receive a reward of $ 150 from Richard and Tina Pierce, owners of the Beachcomber Motel."

瓶子里的纸条写着,“回到419 Ocean Street,并获得理查德和蒂娜皮尔斯,这家海滩精品店汽车旅馆的业主的150美元奖励。

The motel was owned by the parents of Paula Pierce in 1960.

汽车旅馆在1960年由保拉皮尔斯的父母拥有。

Her father had written the note as a joke and had thrown it into the Atlantic Ocean.

她的父亲开玩笑似的写下这个消息,并把它扔进了大西洋。

Buffington flew to New Hampshire to deliver the message to Paula Pierce.

Buffington飞往新罕布什尔州,将信息传递给Paula Pierce

She held up to her father’s promise, giving Buffington that reward.

她坚持父亲的承诺,给予Buffington这样的奖励。

But the biggest reward is the message in a bottle finding its way back home.

但最大的回报是一瓶回家的消息。

Questions 1 to 2 are based on the news report you have just heard.

 

请根据你刚刚听到的新闻报道回答问题1和问题2

Question 1: What is the news report mainly about?

问题1:新闻报道主要是关于什么?

Question 2: Why did Paula Pierce give Clint Buffington the reward?

问题2:为什么波拉德皮尔斯给予克林特布菲顿奖励?

 

New Report Two

Millions of bees have died in South Carolina during aerial insect-spraying operations that were carried out to combat the Zika virus.

在进行针对寨卡病毒的空中昆虫喷洒操作期间,数百万蜜蜂在南卡罗来纳州死亡。

The insect spraying over the weekend left more than 2 million bees dead on the spot in Dorchester County, South Carolina,

周末喷洒的昆虫使得南卡罗来纳州多尔切斯特县的蜜蜂死亡超过200万只蜜蜂,

where four travel-related cases of Zika disease have been confirmed in the area.

该地区已确认了四例与寨卡病有关的旅行相关病例。

Most of the deaths came from Flowertown Bee Farm, a company in Summerville that sells bees and honey products.

大部分死亡来自花镇蜜蜂农场,这是一家位于萨默维尔的公司,出售蜜蜂和蜂蜜产品。

Juanita Stanley who owns the company said the farm "looks like it's been destroyed."

该公司拥有该公司的Juanita Stanley说,农场看起来已经被摧毁。

The farm lost about 2.5 million bees.

该农场失去了约250万只蜜蜂。

Dorchester County officials apologized for the accidental mass killing of bees.

多切斯特县官员为意外大规模杀死蜜蜂而道歉。

Dorchester County is aware that some beekeepers in the area that was sprayed on Sunday lost their bee colonies.

多切斯特县知道,周日喷洒的该地区的一些养蜂人失去了他们的蜂群。

County manager Jason Ward said in a statement, "I'm not pleased that so many bees were killed."

该县负责人杰森沃德在一份声明中说:我不高兴这么多蜜蜂被杀死。

Questions 3 to 4 are based on the news report you have just heard.

 

请根据你刚刚听到的新闻报道回答问题3和问题4

Question 3.Why were spraying operations carried out in Dorchester County?

问题3: 为什么在多尔切斯特县进行喷涂操作?

Question 4.What does the news report say about Flowertown Bee Farm?

问题4: 新闻报道对花卉养蜂场有何看法?

 

New Report Three

The world's largest aircraft has taken to the skies for the first time.

世界上最大的飞行器首次起飞。

The Airlander 10 spent nearly two hours in the air, having taken off from Cardington Airfield in Bedfordshire.

Airlander 10从贝德福德郡卡丁顿机场起飞,在空中停留近2小时。

During its flight, it reached 3,000 feet and performed a series of gentle turns all over a safe area.

在飞行期间,距离达到3000英尺,并在安全区域执行了一系列慢转弯。

The aircraft is massive—as long as a football field and as tall as six double decker buses and capable of flying for up to five days.

飞行器体型巨大——长和足球场相似,高可抵6辆双层巴士,能飞行长达5天。

It was first developed for the US government as a long-range spy aircraft, but was abandoned following budget cutbacks.

最初是为美国政府开发的远程侦察机,但在预算削减后被放弃了。

The aircraft cost 25 million pounds and can carry heavier loads than huge jet planes while also producing less noise and emitting less pollution.

飞行器花费2500万英镑,可比巨大的喷气式飞机携带更重负荷,同时噪音更小、污染更小。

The makers believe it's the future of aircraft and one day we'll be using them to go places.

制造商们认为这就是飞机的未来,总有一天我们会用它们实现我们的梦想。

But there's still a long way to go.

但是任重道远。

The Airlander will need to have 200 hours'flying time before being allowed to fly by the aviation administration.

Airlander需要有200小时的飞行时间才能得到美国航空管理局飞行许可之前。

If it passes though, we can hope we'll all get some extra leg room.

如果它拿到了飞行许可,我们希望我们在飞机上腿部能有更多时间。

Questions 5 to 7 are based on the news report you have just heard.

 

请根据你刚刚听到的新闻报道回答问题5至问题7

Question 5:What do we learn about the first flight of the Airlander 10?

问题5:关于Airlander 10的第一次飞行我们了解到哪些内容?

Question 6: What cause the US government to abandon the Airlander 10 as a spy aircraft?

问题6:是什么原因让美国政府放弃将空中登陆者10作为间谍飞机?

Question 7:What is the advantage of the Airlander 10 over huge jet planes?

问题7:与大型喷气式飞机相比,Airlander 10的优势是什么?

 

Section B

Conversation One

MDo you feel like going out tonight?

男:你今晚想出去吗?

W: Yeah, why not? We haven't been out for ages. What's on?

女:好啊,为什么不呢?我们好久没出去了。我们出去做点什么呢?

M: Wellthere's a film about climate change. Does it sound good to you?

男:有一部关于气候变化的电影。你觉得怎么样?

W: Oh, not really. It doesn't really appeal to me. What's it about? Just climate change?

女:哦,不是很感兴趣。对我没什么吸引力。关于什么的?只是气候变化吗?

MI think it's about how climate change affects everyday life. I wonder how they make it entertaining.

男:我认为这是关于气候变化如何影响日常生活的。我想知道他们是如何让它有趣的。

WWell, it sounds really awful. It's an important subject, I agree, but I'm not in the mood for anything depressing. What else is on?

女:听起来真的很糟糕。这是一个重要的话题,我同意,但我没有心情去做任何令人沮丧的事情。还有什么节目吗?

M: There's a Spanish Dance Festival.

男:有一个西班牙舞蹈节。

WOh, I love dance. That sounds really interesting.

女:哦,我喜欢跳舞。听起来很有趣。

M: Apparently, it's absolutely brilliant. Let's see what it says in the paper. "Anna Gomez leads in an exciting production of the great Spanish love story, Carmen."

男:显然,这是非常棒的。让我们看看报纸上是怎么说的。安娜·戈麦斯主演了一部精彩的西班牙爱情故事《卡门》。

WOK, then, what time is it on?

女:好的,那么,几点开始?

M: At 7:30.

男:7:30

W: Well, that's no good. We haven't got enough time to get there. Is there anything else?

女:额,那不是很好。我们并没有足够的时间去那里。还有别的东西吗?

M: There's a comedy special on.

男:有一个特别喜剧节目。

W: Where's it on?

女:在哪里?

M: It's at the City Theatre. It's a charity comedy night with lots of different acts. It looks pretty good. The critic in the local paper says it's the funniest thing he's ever seen. It says here "Roger Whitehead is an amazing host to a night of fun performances. "

男:在城市剧院。这是一个慈善喜剧之夜,有很多不同的表演。看起来不错。当地报纸的评论家说这是他见过的最有趣的事。上面写着:“罗杰·怀特黑德是今晚有趣表演的出色主持人。

W: Mm... I'm not keen on him. He's not very funny.

女:额···我不喜欢他。他不是很有趣。

MAre you sure you fancy going out tonight? You are not very enthusiastic.

男:你确定你今晚想出去吗?你不是很热情。

WPerhaps you are right. Okay, let's go see the dance. But tomorrow, not tonight.

女:也许你是对的。好吧,我们去看舞会吧。但是明天,不是今晚。

MGreat. I'll book the tickets online.

男:好的。我这就在网上订票。

 

Questions 8 to 11 are based on the news report you have just heard.

请根据你刚刚听到的对话回答问题8至问题11

 

Question 8.What does the woman think of climate change?

问题8:女士对气候变化有何看法?

Question 9. Why do the speakers give up going to the Spanish Dance Festival tonight?

问题9:为什么讲话者今晚放弃参加西班牙舞蹈节?

Question 10. What does the critic say about the comedy performed at the City Theatre?

问题10:评论家如何评价城市剧院上演的那出喜剧的?

Question 11. What does the woman decide to do tomorrow?

问题11:女士决定明天做什么?

 

Conversation Two

W: Good morning, Mr. Lee. May I have a minute of your time?

女:早上好,李先生。我可以占用你一分钟的时间吗?

MSure, Catherine. What can I do for you?

男:当然,凯瑟琳。我能为您做什么?

WI'm quiet anxious about transferring over to your college. I'm afraid I won't fit in.

女:我很担心转学到你的学院。我怕我适应不了。

MDon't worry, Catherine. It's completely normal for you to be nervous about transferring schools. This happens to many transfer students.

男:别担心,凯瑟琳。你对转学感到紧张是完全正常的。许多转校生都这样。

WYes, I know, but I'm younger than most of the students in my year. And that worries me a lot.

女:是的,我知道,但是我比我那一年级的大多数学生都小。这让我很担心。

MWell, you may be the only younger one in your year, but, you know, we have a lot of after-school activities you can join in. And so, this way, you will be able to meet new friends of different age groups.

男:你可能是你这一年里唯一年轻的孩子,但是,你知道,我们有很多课外活动可以参加。因此通过这种方式,你能接触到各个年龄段的新朋友。

W: That's nice. I love games and hobby groups.

女:那真不错。我很喜欢游戏和兴趣小组。

M: I'm sure you do. So you'll be just fine. Don't worry so much and try to make the most of what we have on offer here. Also, remember that you can come to me anytime of the day if you need help.

男:我就知道你会喜欢。你会好起来的。别太担心,尽量充分利用我们提供的东西。还有记住,需要帮助的话随时来找我。

W: Thanks so much. I definitely feel better now. As a matter of fact, I've already contacted one of the girls who'd be living in the same house with me, and she seemed really nice. I guess living on campus I'll have a chance to have a closer circle of friends, since we'll be living together.

女:非常感谢。我现在感觉好多了。事实上,我已经联系了一个女孩,她会和我住在同一个房子,她看起来真的很不错。我想住在校园里我将有机会有一个更亲密的朋友圈,因为我们将住在一起。

MAll students are very friendly with new arrivals. Let me check who would be living with you in your flat. Okay, there are Hannah, Kelly, and Bree. Bree is also a new student here, like you. I'm sure you two will have more to share with each other.

男:所有的学生对新来的学生都很友好。让我看看谁会和你一起住在你的公寓里。好了,有汉娜、凯莉和布莉。布莉也是一个新学生,喜欢你。我相信你们俩会有更多的东西可以分享。

 

Questions 12 to 15 are based on the conversation you have just heard.

请根据你刚刚听到的对话回答问题12至问题15

 

Question 12. Why does Catherine feel anxious?

问题12:凯瑟琳为什么感到焦虑?

Question 13. What does Mr. Lee encourage Catherine to do?

问题13:李先生鼓励凯瑟琳做什么?

Question 14. What does Mr. Lee promise to do for Catherine?

问题14:李先生答应为凯瑟琳做什么?

Question 15. What do we learn about Catherine's schoolmate Bree?

问题15:关于凯瑟琳的同学布莉我们了解到什么?

 

Section C

Passage One

Have you ever felt like you would do just about anything to satisfy your hunger?

你有没有想过要做些事情来满足你的饥饿感?

A new study in mice may help to explain why hunger can feel like such a powerful motivating force.

一项在老鼠身上进行的新研究可能有助于解释为什么饥饿感觉起来像一股强大的推动力。

In the study, researchers found that hunger outweighed other physical drives; including fear, thirst and social needs.

在这项研究中,研究人员发现饥饿超过了其他身体驱动力;包括恐惧、口渴和社会需求。

To determine which feeling won out, the researchers did a series of experiments.

为了确定哪种感觉胜出,研究人员做了一系列实验。

In one experiment, the mice were both hungry and thirsty.

在一个实验中,老鼠们又饿又渴。

When given the choice of either eating food or drinking water, the mice went for the food, the researchers found.

研究人员发现,当让老鼠选择吃东西还是喝水时,它们会选择食物。

However, when the mice were well-fed but thirsty, they opted to drink, according to the study.

然而,根据这项研究,当老鼠吃得很饱但是很渴的时候,它们会选择喝水。

In the second experiment meant to pit the mice's hunger against their fear, hungry mice were placed in a cage that had certain "fox-scented" areas and other places that smelled safer (in other words, not like an animal that could eat them) but also had food.

在第二个实验中,饥饿的老鼠被放在一个笼子里,笼子里有一些狐狸气味区域和其他气味更安全的地方(换句话说,不像能吃它们的动物),但也有食物。

It turned out that, when the mice were hungry, they ventured into the unsafe areas for food.

事实证明,当老鼠饿了的时候,它们会冒险进入不安全的区域觅食。

But when the mice were well-fed, they stayed in areas of the cage that were considered "safe."

但当老鼠吃得很饱时,它们会呆在笼子里被认为安全的地方。

Hunger also outweighed the mice's social needs, the researchers found.

研究人员发现,饥饿也超过了老鼠的社会需求。

Mice are usually social animals and prefer to be in the company of other mice, according to the study.

根据这项研究,老鼠通常是群居动物,喜欢和其他老鼠在一起。

When the mice were hungry, they opted to leave the company of other mice to go get food.

当老鼠饿了的时候,它们选择离开其他老鼠的同伴去找食物。

 

Questions 16 to 18 are based on the passage you have just heard.

请根据你刚刚听到的文章回答问题16至问题18

 

Question 16.What is the researchers' purpose in carrying out the series of experiments with mice?

问题16:研究人员在小鼠身上进行这一系列实验的目的是什么?

Question 17. In what circumstances, do mice venture into unsafe areas?

问题17:在什么情况下,小鼠会冒险进入不安全的区域?

Question 18. What is said about mice at the end of the passage?

问题18:关于文章结尾的老鼠是怎么说的?

 

Passage Two

The United States has one of the best highway systems in the world.

美国拥有世界上最好的公路系统。

Interstate highways connect just about every large and mid-sized city in the country.

州际公路连接几乎所有大、中期的城市国家。

Did you ever wonder why such a complete system of excellent roads exists?

你有没有想过为什么这样一个完整的系统优秀的道路存在吗?

For an answer, you would have to go back to the early 1920s.

要回答这个问题,你必须回到20世纪20年代初。

In those years, just after World War I, the military wanted to build an American highway system for national defense.

那些年,第一次世界大战之后,美国军方想建立一个国防公路系统。

Such a system could, if necessary, move troops quickly from one area to another.

这样一个系统,如果必要,将部队迅速从一个地区到另一个地方。

It could also get people out of cities in danger of being bombed.

它也可以让人们的城市被轰炸的危险。

So-called roads of national importance were designated, but they were mostly small country roads.

所谓国家重要性的道路被指定,但他们大多是小国家的道路。

In 1944, Congress passed a bill to upgrade the system, but did not fund the plan right away.

1944,国会通过一项法案来升级系统,但没有基金的计划。

In the 1950s, the plan began to become a reality.

20世纪50年代,这个计划开始成为现实。

Over $25 billion was appropriated by Congress, and construction began on about 40,000 miles of new roads.

由国会拨款超过250亿美元,建设开始于大约40000英里的新道路。

The idea was to connect the new system to existing expressways and freeways.

当时的想法是将新系统连接到现有的高速公路和高速公路。

And though the system was built mostly to make car travel easier* defense was not forgotten.

虽然系统建于主要是为了使汽车旅行更容易防御不被遗忘。

For instance, highway overpasses had to be high enough to allow trailers carrying military missiles to pass under them.

例如,高速公路立交桥必须高到足以让拖车运送军事导弹通过。

By 1974, this system was mostly completed.

1974年,这个系统基本完成。

A few additional roads would come later.

之后还会有一些其他的道路。

Quick and easy travel between all parts of the country was now possible.

现在可以在全国各地之间方便快捷地旅行了。

 

Questions 19 to 21 are based on the passage you have just heard.

请根据你刚刚听到的文章回答问题19至问题21

 

Question 19. What does the speaker say about the American highway system?

问题19:关于美国的高速公路系统,讲话者都说了些什么?

Question 20. What was the original purpose of building a highway system?

问题20:修建公路系统的最初目的是什么?

Question 21. When was the interstate highway system mostly completed?

问题21:州际公路系统于何时基本建成?

 

Passage Three

Texting while driving was listed as a major cause of road deaths among young Americans back in 2013.

早在2013年,开车时发短信就被列为美国年轻人交通事故的主要原因之一。

A recent study said that 40% of American teens claim to have been in a car when the driver used a cell phone in a way that put people in danger.

最近的一项研究表明,40%的美国青少年声称,都乘坐过用手机将他们置于危险中的司机的车。

This sounds like a widespread diseasebut it's one that technology may now help to cure.

这听起来像一个通病,但现代技术却可以帮助治愈这种通病。

T. J. Evarts, a 20-year-old inventor, has come up with a novel solution that could easily put texting drivers on notice.

20岁的T. J. Evarts是一名发明家,想出了一个很容易让发短信的司机注意到的新奇法子。

It's called Smart Wheel, and it's designed to fit over the steering wheel of most standard vehicles

这就是智能方向盘,专为大多数标准方向盘设计。

to track whether or not the driver has two hands on the wheel at all times.

以跟踪司机是否在任何时候都有两只手在方向盘上。

Evarts'invention warns the drivers with a light and a sound when they hold the wheel with one hand only,

这是Evarts公司的发明,当驾驶员单手驾驶时,智能方向盘就会亮灯并发出声音以示警告,

but as soon as they place the other hand back on the wheel, the light turns back to green and the sound stops.

但一旦他们把另一只手放回方向盘上,灯光就会变回绿色,声音也会停止。

It also watches for what's called "close-by hands," where both hands are close together near the top of the wheel,

在双手靠近智能方向盘顶部的地方,方向盘套还会监视所谓的附近的手

so the driver can type with both thumbs and drive at the same time.

这样司机就可以用两个大拇指打字的同时开车了。

All the data Smart Wheel collects is also sent to a connected app.

智能方向盘收集的所有数据都会传到连接的应用程序。

So any parents who install Smart Wheel can keep track of the teen's driving habits.

因此,只要安装了智能方向盘,父母就可以追踪到孩子的驾驶习惯。

If they try to remove or damage the cover, that's reported as well.

如果他们试图移除或损坏方向盘套,也会报告至父母那里。

 

Questions 22 to 25 are based on the passage you have just heard.

请根据你刚刚听到的文章回答问题22至问题25

 

Question 22: What is a major cause of road deaths among young Americans?

问题22:美国年轻人死于交通事故的主要原因是什么?

Question 23: What is Smart Wheel?

问题23智能方向盘是什么?

Question 24: What happens if the driver has one hand on the wheel?

问题24:如果司机将一只手放在车轮上会发生什么?

Question 25: How do parents keep track of their teen’s driving habits?

问题25:父母如何知道孩子的驾驶习惯?

 

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