重修3-2015_2016-1听力试题部分

 

重修3-2015_2016-1

1.       

A.    At a police station.

B.    At a train station.

C.    In a hospital.

D.   In a shop.

2.      

A.    She has sold her car.

B.    She wants to save money.

C.    She wants to keep slim.

D.   She can’t start her car.

3.      

A.    The woman does not want to go to the supermarket.

B.    The man doesn’t want to miss the TV program.

C.    The woman wants to go to the supermarket with the man.

D.   The man wants to go to the supermarket before dinner.

4.      

A.    Three hours.

B.    Four hours.

C.    Seven hours.

D.   Five hours.

5.      

A.    Go to the travel agency on Saturday.

B.    Ask Mary for some information.

C.    Go to the travel agency where Mary works.

D.   Call the travel agency first.

6.      

A.    By staring at all the people tested.

B.    By observing the interaction between people.

C.    By measuring people’s brain activity.

D.   By putting people in some kind of danger.

7.      

A.    When people are evaluating potential threats.

B.    When people are facing immediate danger.

C.    When people want to inform others of danger.

D.   When people feel they are no longer in danger.

8.     

A.    You would look at that person directly.

B.    You would work hard to help that person out.

C.    You would wonder if you are also in danger.

D.   You would avoid having eye contact with that person.

9.      

A.    Eye contact means different things even in the same situations.

B.    Eye contact means different things in different situations.

C.    Eye contact sometimes means the same things in different situations.

D.   What eye contact means has nothing to do with the situations.

10. 

A.    Eye contact is essential to the study of emotions.

B.    Facial expressions are less revealing than eye contact.

C.    Eye contact should be avoided in an ambiguous situation.

D.   The brain works the best in an ambiguous situation.

11.   

A.    About two weeks ago.

B.    About a month ago.

C.    About a week ago.

D.   About two months ago.

12.  

A.    The fact that there were so many poetry lovers.

B.    The fact that so few poets wrote poetry in English.

C.    The fact that only few people attended the festival.

D.   The fact that only few people read English poetry.

13.  

A.    They are too long and too simple.

B.    They are boring but easy to understand.

C.    They are more interesting than novels.

D.   They are boring and hard to understand.

14.  

A.    Look for information about Billy Collins.

B.    Begin to read some simple poems.

C.    Start to write some poems herself.

D.   Discuss Billy Collins’ poems with the man.

15.  

A.    He considered himself a decent poet.

B.    He wrote some romantic poems.

C.    He was not a very skilled poet.

D.   He wrote a poem to a girl named Amanda.

16.  

A.    What makes TV commercials entertaining.

B.    Why overweight is dangerous.

C.    What makes kids overweight.

D.   Why controlling weight is difficult.

17.  

A.    Because kids are exposed to the ads for junk food.

B.    Because it takes the place of playing outside.

C.    Because it makes kids lose interest in doing sports.

D.   Because kids eat junk food while watching TV.

18. 

A.    4,000.

B.    14,000.

C.    40,000.

D.   1400.

19.  

A.    They use popular music and songs.

B.    They use popular cartoon characters.

C.    They use creative stories and ideas.

D.   They use modern technologies.

20.    

A.    Strengthening parent control on eating habits.

B.    Reducing the production of junk food targeted at kids.

C.    Showing more messages about healthy eating in TV programs.

D.   Providing more school education on healthy eating habits.

21.  

A.    How to accomplish complex tasks.

B.    How to use chemical communication.

C.    How to work in teams.

D.   How to communicate with each other.

22.     

A.    Because they want to know how ants attack other insects.

B.    Because they want to know how ants share knowledge.

C.    Because they want to know how ants use their bodies.

D.   Because they want to know how ants collect food.

23.     

A.    They would jump over the hole one by one.

B.    They would build a bridge together.

C.    They would find something to fill the gap.

D.   An ant of the right size would function as the ‘bridge’.

24.     

A.    It involves individuals working towards the same goal.

B.    It involves sacrificing the weakest members of a group.

C.    It is derived from the observation of ants’ behavior.

D.   It results in finding alternative solutions for a problem.

25.     

A.    The technique for conducting telecommunications.

B.    The moving of data across TV networks.

C.    The transfer of cargo on airplanes.

D.   The transfer of electronic data across networks.

 

 

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