TEM 4 新题型练习1
Part I DICTATION
Listen to the following passage. Altogether the passage will be read to you four times. During the first reading, which will be read at normal speed, listen and try to understand the meaning. For the second and third readings, the passage will be read to you sentence by sentence, or phrase by phrase, with intervals of 15 seconds. The last reading will be done at normal speed again and during this time you should check your work. You will be given 1 minute to check through your work once more.
Please write the whole passage on ANSWER SHEET ONE.
PART II LISTENING COMPREHENSION
Section A Talk
In this section you will hear a talk. You will hear the talk ONLY ONCE. While listening, you may look at ANSWER SHEET ONE and write NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS for each gap. Make sure the word(s) you fill in is (are) both grammatically and semantically acceptable. You may use the blank sheet for note-taking.
You have THIRTY seconds to preview the gap-filling task.
Now listen to the talk. When it is over, you will be given TWO minutes to complete your work.
Mastering the Art of Conversation
1.Make eye contact
?Give a (1) _______ smiling look
?Avoid forcing interaction on uninterested people
?Be outgoing instead of (2)_____
?Have a sense of boundary
?Know (3) _______ to approach others
2. Ask (4) ________
?More than “Yes” or “No”
?Encourage people to (5) _________
?Thoughts about a book/magazine
?(6) ________ to do around here
?Where to shop for clothes
3. Search for a(an) (7) ________
?Probe for things in common
?Same workplace, (8) ________ friends
?Start with scenario with strangers:
?Ask for (9) ________ in a bookstore
?Make jokes when waiting in line
?Offer a compliment
?Avoid (10) _______ comments
Stop Being a People Pleaser
?Give reasons instead of (1)_______ excuses
?It’s stressful to (2) _______ a large family
?Say “(3) _______” when declining a party invitation
?Start small and say it firmly and (4) _______
2. (5) _______ your boundaries
?Compare your boundaries to limits you set on others
?Decide what is unacceptable, (6) ________, abnormal
?How it feels to be treated with (7) ________
3. Re-examine your (8) _________
?Help other because of willingness
?Kindness: by choice, not because of (9) _________
?Am I wise when helping others yet neglecting myself?
?Is my action (10) ________?
Ban on Public Smoking
1.Goal in speaking
?A ban of smoking from (1) __________
2.Cause of illnesses and (2) _________
?Risk of heart disease increased by 25-35%
?Chance of lung cancer increased by (3) _________
?Risk of colds, and (4) __________ problems increased among kids
3.Cause of (5) _________
?Releasing gases harmful for environment
?High content of fine particulate matter or (6) _________
4.(7) ________ environments for quitting smoke
?(8) _________ smokers surveyed want to quit
5.Other (9) __________ to receive nicotine
?(10) _________: nicotine gum, nicotine patches
SECTION B CONVERSATIONS
In this section you will hear two conversations. At the end of each conversation, five questions will be asked about what was said. Both the conversation and the questions will be spoken ONLY ONCE. After each question there will be a ten-second pause. During the pause, you should read the four choices of A, B, C, and D, and mark the best answer to each question on ANSWER SHEET TWO.
You have thirty seconds to preview the questions.
Now, listen to the conversations.
1. A. He needs to transfer to another university.
B. He wants the woman to make a decision.
C. He needs advice about school transfer.
D. He wants to know about Central University.
2. A. He can’t choose Business Administration as his major.
B. He can’t transfer his credits to Central University.
C. He didn’t make any friends in the past year.
D. He is far away from his family and friends.
3. A. Keep the same major.
B. Attend the business school.
C. Restart from the beginning.
D. Study for an extra year.
4. A. She missed her home very much in the first year.
B. She wanted to pack bags after the first two weeks.
C. She felt most comfortable in her second year.
D. She chose to stay in school in her senior year.
5. A. Stay in Prince University for one more year.
B. Learn to live away from family and friends.
C. Check into the exact transfer requirements.
D. Come back and talk with the woman again.
6. A. It is a heavy box-type.
B. There is a big scratch at the front.
C. The color is golden.
D. Its brand name is on the back.
7. A. Her wallet, pens and a novel.
B. Papers and computers.
C. Her wallet, papers and a novel.
D. Papers, pens and a novel.
8. A. In the train.
B. On the platform.
C. On campus.
D. In a classroom.
9. A. At five twenty.
B. At five twenty-five.
C. At five thirty five.
D. At half past five.
10. A. Come to the train station.
B. Buy a new briefcase.
C. Go to the police station.
D. Change her telephone number.
1. A. She failed the two quizzes.
B. She wants to drop the class.
C. She doesn’t do well in statistics.
D. She is sensitive to numbers.
2. A. The end of the first week.
B. The end of the second semester.
C. The end of the first month.
D. The end of the second week.
3. A. Because she is very good at mathematics.
B. Because she likes the professor’s lecture.
C. Because it is very easy to pass the exam.
D. Because it helps her to take another class.
4. A. She wants to make some money.
B. She likes to meet different people.
C. She needs some teaching experience.
D. She hasn’t got student loan yet.
5. A. Drop the class.
B. Get the private tutor.
C. Buy a voice recorder.
D. Take notes and think.
6. A. At ten o’clock.
B. At ten past ten.
C. At ten to ten.
D. At a quarter to ten.
7. A. She never had her eyes tested before high school.
B. She had difficulty with distance vision in high school.
C. Her eyesight was fine after she entered university.
D. Her eyes became worse when she was at college.
8. A. When driving.
B. When reading books.
C. When drawing.
D. When writing.
9. A. Light.
10. A. By check.
B. In cash.
C. By credit card.
D. By debit card.
1. A. Police officer.
B. Housing adviser.
C. Travel consultant.
D. University student.
2. A. She plans to stay here for four months.
B. She thinks her English is advanced.
C. She’s going to have the permit extended.
D. She’ll teach English as a part-time job.
3. A. In the centre.
B. In the north.
C. In the southwest.
D. In the northwest.
4. A. Because she hopes to keep a pet there.
B. Because she wants to watch TV there.
C. Because she would like to relax there.
D. Because she can grow vegetables there.
5. A. In about 14 days.
B. On March 10th.
C. After one week.
D. Within two days.
6. A. Receive information on TMA’s.
B. Join and stay with her parents.
C. Hand in her work in advance.
D. Stay in school and study.
7. A. Word length.
B. Information sources.
D. Typed work.
8. A. To record the time when students come and leave the campus.
B. To track students’ whereabouts when they are on campus.
C. To transmit students’ information to a central station.
D. To help teachers with roll-calls when checking attendance.
9. A. They can participate in their child’s condition at school.
B. They will be aware of their child’s daily school activities.
C. They will no longer worry about their children at school.
D. They can provide security and discipline for the children.
10. A. They will be less devoted to roll-calls.
B. They will have perfect class attendance.
C. They will teach better with the ID card.
D. They can concentrate more on teaching.