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托福TPO47听力题目+答案+MP3音频下载

Conversation1

1. Why does the student go to the woman’s office?

A. To schedule an audition to join an orchestra

B. To ask a question about a music class he is taking

C. To get information for an article he is writing

D. To ask a question about a lecture the woman gave

 

2. Why does the woman assume that the student wants to join the orchestra?

A. He has taken some music classes.

B. He plays the double bass.

C. She has advertised for musicians in the newspaper.

D. She hears that request often.

 

3. What does the woman imply about the members of the orchestra?

Click on 2 answers.

A. They might know more about the history of Appalachian music than she does.

B. They will teach the student to play the banjo.

C. They are all music majors.

D. Some of them have lived in the Appalachian Mountains.

 

4. According to the professor, how did immigrants’ music change when they moved to the Appalachians?

Click on 2 answers.

A. It began to incorporate new instruments.

B. Musicians began to experiment with new rhythms.

C. Singers started to use a nasal singing style.

D. The words of some of the songs were changed.

 

5. Why does the woman say this:

A. To emphasize a point she just made

B. To find out if the student needs more information

C. To suggest that the student take notes

D. To praise the student for having a good memory

 

Conversation2

1. Why does the student go to the professor’s office?

A. To hand in an assignment that he rewrote

B. To ask for additional time to complete an assignment

C. To persuade the professor to allow him to rewrite an assignment

D. To receive feedback on an assignment that he has already submitted

 

2. Why will the professor probably not grade the film review the student has submitted?

A. She realizes that the film she assigned was too difficult for the student to review.

B. She thinks that she may not have explained the assignment very well.

C. The student did not follow the professor’s guidelines for choosing a film.

D. The review the student submitted was only a first draft.

 

3. According to the professor, what are two elements of a good review that the student did NOT include?

Click on 2 answers.

A. A detailed summary of the film

B. The student’s opinion of the film

C. A comparison of the film to other films

D. An explanation of the film’s popularity

 

4. Why does the professor decide to ask the students to review one of the films being shown by the campus film club?

A. So they can experience a film in an authentic reviewing atmosphere

B. So they can compare the film club’s film with the original films they reviewed

C. So they have a chance to rewrite their original reviews

D. So they have a chance to attend a film with a professional reviewer

 

5. What does the professor imply when she says this:?

A. She would like her colleague’s opinion about the student’s film review.

B. She will ask her colleague to help the man rewrite his review.

C. She does not want to read more than one film review from each student.

D. She would like more information before making a decision about the assignment

 

Lecture1 (Literature)

1. What is the lecture mainly about?

A. The influence of Hernani on later French plays

B. The way that Hernani challenged traditional guidelines for plays

C. The influence of Shakespeare on Victor Hugo’s plays

D. The changing attitudes toward Victor Hugo’s plays in the nineteenth century

 

2. What is the professor’s opinion of the play Hernani?

A. It is too political.

B. It is not very creative.

C. It is not an artistic success.

D. It has been unjustly ignored.

 

3. What feature of A Midsummer Night’s Dream is NOT consistent with neoclassical principles?

A. It has several main characters.

B. It uses sophisticated language.

C. It takes place in more than one location.

D. It takes place during a single night.

 

4. Why does the professor mention clowns in plays by Shakespeare?

A. To point out that Shakespeare rebelled against neoclassicism

B. To reinforce the idea that neoclassical plays were sometimes comical

C. To introduce an aspect of Hernani that French critics objected to

D. To illustrate a characteristic of the plays that influenced Hugo

 

5. Why did Hugo invite his friends to the opening of Hernani?

A. To include people in the audience who understand his goals

B. To introduce them to a new and different kind of play

C. To try maintain a pleasant, comfortable atmosphere in the theater

D. To thank them for supporting his efforts as a playwright

 

6. What does the professor imply about the fights that occurred after performances of Hernani?

Click on 2 answers.

A. They were partly due to a misunderstanding of Hugo’s opinions.

B. They affected a general social conflict in France at the time.

C. They occurred because of deeply held literary opinions.

D. They prevented other writer from writing romantic plays.

 

Lecture2 (Biology)

1. What does the professor mainly discuss?

A. Long-distance seasonal migration of seabirds

B. Two major ways that seabirds navigate

C. A seabird that flies far in search of food

D. Reasons why seabirds often live on islands

 

2. According to the professor, what influences an albatross’s choice of an island for nesting?

A. Air currents near the island

B. Availability of food on the island

C. Predators inhabiting the island

D. The number of albatross already nesting on the island

 

3. According to the professor, what helps albatross chicks survive despite the fact that their parents have to fly such long distances to find food?

Click on 2 answers.

A. Albatross raise only one chick at a time.

B. Albatross forage only for foods that are exceptionally rich in nutrients.

C. Albatross store large quantities of food in the nest.

D. Albatross chicks are adapted to tolerate long intervals without food.

 

4. What does the professor imply about theories that explain how albatross navigate?

A. They are based on studies of seabirds in captivity.

B. They are based on observation of albatross in the wild.

C. They are guesses that are not based on any evidence about birds.

D. They have not been confirmed by studies of albatross themselves.

 

5. According to the professor, why do some biologists doubt that magnetite helps birds navigate?

A. Its magnetic properties are quite weak.

B. It is found in young birds that cannot fly yet.

C. It is found in all albatross species.

D. It is in birds that do not migrate.

 

6. Why does the professor say this:

A. To emphasize how wasteful the albatross behavior is

B. To encourage students to reflect on how impressive the albatross behavior is

C. To signal that she is about to introduce a new topic

D. To find out whether the students have understood her explanations

 

Lecture3 (Sports Management)

1. What does the professor mainly discuss?

A. Different types of physical training that athletes might require

B. Strategies for getting a job as the head coach of a sports team

C. Aspects of a coach’s job beyond knowledge about sports

D. Reasons why coaches should focus on winning games

 

2. Based on the survey discussed by the professor, what are the two main areas to which new coaches should give more attention?

Click on 2 answers.

A. Increasing their knowledge of game strategies

B. Improving their organizational skills

C. Building and maintaining strong relationships

D. Stressing the importance of athletes’ academic studies

 

3. Why does the professor mention pregame meals?

A. To emphasize the importance of good nutrient for athletes

B. To suggest a good time for coaches to talk about game strategy

C. To point out that coaches often spend too much time on scheduling

D. To give an example of the need for coaches to be more detail oriented

 

4. What is the professor’s opinion about coaches who focus mainly on strategies for winning games?

A. They should study these game strategies outside the university.

B. They should concentrate on the sport they are most interested in.

C. They are neglecting other skills that may be more important.

D. They will probably become the most successful coaches.

 

5. What does the professor imply about coaches who establish a lot of rules for team members?

A. They have problems enforcing the rules.

B. They rely on rules to avoid having to make decisions.

C. They usually relax the rules as they become more familiar with their players.

D. They are not popular but they are efficient.

 

6. Why does the professor say this:?

A. To insist that the student needs to remember what he has just been told

B. To acknowledge that her suggestion is not very practical

C. To emphasize how impressed she is by the student’s achievement

D. To imply that the student is not yet ready to begin coaching

 

Lecture4 (Meteorology)

1. What is the lecture mainly about?

A. Various kinds of winds

B. Theories about recent changes in Earth’s climate

C. The role of wind in regulating Earth’s climate

D. The role of air in limiting the amount of the Sun’s energy that reaches Earth

 

2. According to the lecture, what creates areas of high pressure and low pressure in the atmosphere?

A. The rotation of Earth

B. Wind moving from areas over water to areas over land

C. Differences in temperature at different places on Earth

D. Differences in concentrations of water vapor in different parts of the atmosphere

 

3. According to the professor, what are two reasons why all areas of Earth are not heated equally during daylight hours?

Click on 2 answers.

A. Some regions of Earth receive more energy from the Sun than others.

B. The amount of energy emitted by the Sun varies in intensity over the course of the day.

C. The Sun heats stationary air faster than it heats moving air.

D. The Sun heats land faster than it heats water.

 

4. What are two benefits of wind mentioned by the professor?

Click on 2 answers.

A. It transferred water across Earth

B. It shifts heat from some areas of Earth to others.

C. It helps maintain a constant rate of evaporation of ocean water.

D. It reduces the amount of the Sun’s energy that is absorbed by the ocean.

 

5. What does the professor imply about the heat stored in water vapor?

A. The heat is rarely transported by the wind.

B. The heat was drawn from the ocean during the evaporation process.

C. The heat’s intensity depends on the altitude of the vapor.

D. The heat loses energy over time as it is stored in the vapor.

 

6. Why does the professor mean when he says this:?

A. He is pleased that the woman made a good observation.

B. He is grateful that the woman has reminded him of a point he neglected to discuss.

C. He thinks that the woman has correctly summarized what he just said.

D. He thinks that the woman has provided a logical transition to his next point.

 

托福TPO47听力题目+答案+MP3音频下载

CONVERSATION1:1-2.CD 3.AC 4.AE 5.C

CONVERSATION2:1-2.DB 3.BC 4-5.AD

LECTURE1:1-5.BCCDA 6.BC

LECTURE2:1-2.CC 3.AD 4-6.DDB

LECTURE3:1.C 2.BC 3-6.DCBB

LECTURE4:1-2.CC 3.AD 4.AB 5-6.BD

 

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