大英3考试范围&可能会考的听力题

海大2014年秋季学期期末大英3考试题型和范围:

PartⅠListening Comprehension (35 points) 新标准视听说+三级水平听力Part II Reading Comprehension (30 points)

Section A (Skimming and Scanning) (10 points)

1篇,全新版大学英语快速阅读3 unit1-8

Section B (Word Selection) (10 points)

1篇,综合教程unit1-7

Section C (Reading in Depth) (10 Points)

2 篇,课外三级水平

Part III V ocabulary and Structure (15 points)

15个,综合教程unit1-7 的单词、短语

Part IV. Translation (10 points)

2个,包括英译汉和汉译英,综合教程unit1-7 课后练习

Part V Writing (10 points)

综合教程unit1-7 相关话题

大学英语3视听说1-10单元视听说听力题

缩进选项为答案

Watch Part 1 again and choose the best way to complete the sentences.

1. Happiness classes in the school is to _____.

(a) make students like school

(b) raise students' morale

(c) prepare students for university entrance exams

(d) improve students' grades in languages

2. Heidelberg's Willy Hellpach School is a school of _____.

(a) languages

(b) mathematics

(c) economics

(d) happiness

3. According to the principal, students don't associate school with _____.

(a) going to the dentist

(b) passing university entrance exams

(c) being happy

(d) being successful

4. According to scientific research, unhappy students _____.

(a) learn less than happy ones

(b) have better concentration

(c) achieve their potential

(d) live prosperous lives

5. Happiness classes aim to _____.

(a) help students achieve a positive state of mind

(b) reduce students' self-esteem

(c) decrease students' self-awareness

(d) help students critically evaluate society

Listen to Passage 1 and choose the best answer to the questions.

1. How did going to university change Speaker 1?

(a) It made him more self-confident.

(b) It made him friendlier.

(c) It made him more open-minded.

(d) It made him stand up for his beliefs.

2. How did travelling change Speaker 2?

(a) It gave her a joy for life.

(b) It made her poorer.

(c) It made her richer.

(d) It made her grow up.

3. How did being on a reality TV show change Speaker 3?

(a) It made him realize it's important to be yourself.

(b) It made him spiteful.

(c) It made him want to win.

(d) It made him realize he was selfish.

4. What did volunteering help Speaker 4 see?

(a) People suffering.

(b) Genuine human kindness.

(c) How hard volunteers work.

(d) How difficult a doctor's job is.

【此题为海大2014年秋季学期期中考试听力题】Watch Part 2 again and choose the best answer to the questions.

1. What happened when children went to school under the Taliban?

(a) They were sent home again.

(b) The children were punished.

(c) The school was destroyed.

(d) The police punished their families.

2. How is UNICEF helping to rebuild the educational system?

(a) They are printing textbooks and delivering books to schools.

(b) They are teaching children.

(c) They are building new schools.

(d) They are building new rooms in schools.

3. How many girls does the school have room for?

(a) 900.

(b) 960.

(c) 800.

(d) 850.

4. What did Student 3 try to do?

(a) To buy books to study.

(b) To study with her parents.

(c) To go to school.

(d) To study for six years by herself.

5. Why does the Afghan man feel happy and proud?

(a) Because girls can continue with their education.

(b) Because his daughter is doing well at school.

(c) Because his daughters are proud of themselves.

(d) Because girls will have opportunities to become teachers.

Listen to Passage 1 again and choose the best answer to the questions.

1. Why were the speaker and her husband near the farm?

(a) Because they were on holiday near there.

(b) Because they were going to a conference.

(c) Because they were visiting friends.

(d) Because they were going to church.

2. Where had the speaker been brought up?

(a) In the country.

(b) In the middle of London.

(c) In a big town.

(d) In a small town.

3. Why does the speaker describe the farm as "just paradise"?

(a) Because it was a real farm and she and her brother could run around.

(b) Because she could play with the animals.

(c) Because it was very beautiful there.

(d) Because her aunt and uncle were so nice.

4. What food does the speaker mention?

(a) Fresh milk and eggs.

(b) Milk, cheese and eggs.

(c) Jam, bread, cakes and milk.

(d) Meat from the farm animals.

5. What do we learn about the farm?

(a) The barns and sheds were behind the farm.

(b) There were two big barns.

(c) It was very unusual.

(d) The garden was full of flowers.

6. What feelings does the speaker mention?

(a) A longing for the past, sadness and sweetness.

(b) A longing to be happy again and sadness.

(c) A very powerful feeling of longing and sadness.

(d) A feeling of longing and happiness.

Listen to Passage 2 again and choose the best way to complete the sentences.

1. Modern art galleries _____.

(a) have become very popular in recent years

(b) are very large

(c) are only visited by young people

(d) are usually housed in amazing new buildings

2. Visitors to modern art galleries _____.

(a) can't afford the entrance fee

(b) only want to see the free exhibitions

(c) don't mind paying an entrance fee

(d) don't want to pay an entrance fee

3. The Guggenheim in Bilbao _____.

(a) was recently renovated

(b) has changed the map of the city

(c) has few visitors

(d) is a very popular tourist attraction

4. MoMA is located _____.

(a) beside a river

(b) in an industrial area

(c) downtown

(d) in an old power station

5. The percentage of people under 35 visiting the Tate Modern is _____.

(a) 11 per cent

(b) 48 per cent

(c) 49 per cent

(d) 51 per cent

Watch Part 1 of the video clip and choose the best answer to the questions.

1. Who made the first serious attempt to fly like a bird?

(a) Daedalus.

(b) Leonardo da Vinci.

(c) The Greeks.

(d) An Italian designer.

2. Which force keeps a bird elevated?

(a) Gravity.

(b) Thrust.

(c) Lift.

(d) Control.

3. Which force keeps a bird moving forward?

(a) Gravity.

(b) Thrust.

(c) Lift.

(d) Control.

4. How does a bird's tail help it fly?

(a) It keeps it moving forward.

(b) It keeps it in the air.

(c) It provides control.

(d) It creates thrust.

5. What additional factor is needed for successful flight?

(a) Being able to overcome gravity.

(b) Being fast.

(c) Being powerful.

(d) Being light enough.

6. When did inventors start to make progress in flight?

(a) When they copied birds.

(b) When they made wings from feathers.

(c) When they flapped wings quickly.

(d) When they understood how birds fly.

Watch Part 1 again and choose the best answer to the questions.

1. What does the presenter say about the beach?

(a) It's crowded.

(b) There's plenty of room for everyone to sit comfortably.

(c) People are throwing sand.

(d) It's not always pleasant.

2. What attitude do most people have about personal space on the beach?

(a) They don't mind other people being there.

(b) They just want to enjoy the sun and look at the ocean.

(c) They prefer to have their own space.

(d) They want to start a conversation with the people next to them.

3. Why does Jack go to South Beach Miami?

(a) To find a parking space.

(b) To go shopping.

(c) To conduct an experiment about people's behaviour.

(d) To wait for someone to leave their parking space.

4. Why is it difficult to get a parking space?

(a) Because there are a lot of people waiting.

(b) Because it's a difficult neighbourhood.

(c) Because there's a lot of traffic.

(d) Because there are too many cars and not enough space.

5. What is the producer waiting for?

(a) To see what happens when someone wants her parking space.

(b) For someone to leave.

(c) To get a more desirable parking spot.

(d) To talk to the driver who wants her space.

Listen to Passage 2 and choose the best answer to the questions.

1. Where is the report from?

(a) Khao Lak.

(b) An island in south-eastern Thailand.

(c) Phuket.

(d) A gypsy community.

2. What was the aim of the project?

(a) To build the local people bigger homes.

(b) To rebuild homes destroyed in the tsunami.

(c) To give local people jobs.

(d) To develop the local economy.

3. Where does Somwang now live?

(a) In a small hut.

(b) In a big hut.

(c) In the tallest house in the village.

(d) On a large plot of land.

4. What has the project given the Tha Chat Chai community?

(a) A way to save money.

(b) Increased livelihood.

(c) A spirit of community.

(d) New huts.

5. Who didn't take part in the actual rebuilding work?

(a) A former US president.

(b) Local volunteers.

(c) Foreign volunteers.

(d) An American celebrity.

Watch the video clip again and choose the best answer to the questions.

1. What does the first cyclist say makes the trip worth it?

(a) Proving to himself that he can succeed in a really difficult physical activity.

(b) Knowing that they can help motivate somebody to get back to an active lifestyle.

(c) Showing the world what people with disabilities can do.

(d) Showing employers that people with disabilities are normal.

2. How long is the trip?

(a) 2,000 miles.

(b) 2,250 miles.

(c) 2,500 miles.

(d) 2,750 miles.

3. How long have they been riding for?

(a) They're in their first week.

(b) Just over a week.

(c) A week and a half.

(d) Almost one week.

4. What has been happening as the trip continues?

(a) The cyclists have enjoyed the trip more and more.

(b) The cyclists have been getting stronger and faster.

(c) The cyclists have got quite sunburnt.

(d) The cyclists have been getting stronger.

5. What does the final speaker say?

(a) Most of the time they're riding strongly.

(b) They've felt a little weak at times.

(c) Their prosthetic limbs haven't caused any problems.

(d) Their "meat legs" are a little weaker than their prosthetic limbs.

Watch the video clip again and choose the best answer to the questions.

1. What is the main theme of the video clip?

(a) The popularity of computers.

(b) The use of computers in education.

(c) The use of computers in smart homes.

(d) The use of computers by young people.

2. What percentage of homes in Britain have a computer?

(a) 6 per cent.

(b) 16 per cent.

(c) 44 per cent.

(d) 60 per cent.

3. What is a smart home?

(a) A house with a computer.

(b) A house with more than one computer.

(c) A house controlled by a central computer.

(d) A house without a computer.

4. What will every room in a smart home have?

(a) TV and Internet sockets.

(b) A computer.

(c) A burglar alarm.

(d) A temperature control.

5. How many young people saw their computer as a trusted friend?

(a) 11 per cent.

(b) 16 per cent.

(c) 40 per cent.

(d) 44 per cent.

Listen to Passage 2 again and choose the best way to complete the sentences.

1. Crop circles are made up of _____.

(a) planks and ropes

(b) geometrical shapes

(c) plastic tubes

(d) wheat

2. In recent years crop circles have become _____.

(a) more geometrical

(b) larger

(c) stranger

(d) more man-made

3. Paranormal theories argue the circles are made by _____.

(a) hoaxers

(b) garden rollers

(c) people

(d) aliens

4. The highest number of reports are in _____.

(a) England

(b) America

(c) Australia

(d) Brazil

5. The soil within crop circles has been found to _____.

(a) have a higher level of protein

(b) be of a higher temperature

(c) contain an increased level of iron

(d) have a different chemical composition

6. Human interference can be found in _____.

(a) some crop circles

(b) all crop circles

(c) holes in the earth

(d) footprints

Watch the whole video clip and choose the best answer to the questions.

1. What do we learn about the Vietnamese woman?

(a) She lived in Vietnam until the age of 22.

(b) She used to live in Vietnam and came to California 16 years ago.

(c) She used to live in Vietnam.

(d) She left Vietnam and came to California with her husband.

2. What does the presenter say about parents giving children red envelopes of money in China?

(a) It's a tradition that children really look forward to.

(b) It's a tradition that is very important for children.

(c) It's a tradition that brings good luck and wealth to children.

(d) It's a tradition that the Chinese believe brings good luck to children.

3. What does the presenter say about mealtimes?

(a) There are special rituals and customs all year long.

(b) Mealtimes have special importance to Asians.

(c) A lot of festivals have special rituals at mealtimes.

(d) Asians really enjoy mealtime rituals and customs.

4. What does the Chinese woman say about Chinese generosity?

(a) The Chinese are very considerate at table.

(b) The Chinese always have tea on the table for everyone.

(c) The Chinese never serve themselves food before other people.

(d) For the Chinese it's very important to serve themselves first.

5. What does the South Korean woman say about mealtimes?

(a) They have a base soup and a side dish.

(b) They share a soup and a dish.

(c) The whole family eat together.

(d) She prefers the way Koreans eat to the American custom of eating from one plate.

6. What does the Chinese woman say about respect for elders?

(a) American children aren't respectful enough.

(b) She's glad her children respect their elders.

(c) She has always respected her elders.

(d) It's very important to be respectful to your elders.

Watch the video clip again and choose the best way to complete the sentences.

1. One of the most unusual aspects of the Royal Family is that _____.

(a) they use their titles when they speak to each other

(b) they only use their first names and titles

(c) they don't have surnames

(d) they didn't have surnames

2. The family name of the British monarchy today _____.

(a) is taken from a house in Windsor, near London

(b) was changed to Windsor because Britain was at war with Germany

(c) draws attention to the German connections with the family

(d) is the name of the dynasty of which they were head

3. The Tudors, the Stuarts and the House of Hanover were _____.

(a) used by Queen Victoria as her royal family's surname

(b) monarchies with German connections

(c) chosen instead of the German sounding Saxe-Coburg-Gotha

(d) the names of the royal dynasties until Queen Victoria

4. The name Mountbatten-Windsor was introduced _____.

(a) to reflect the importance of Queen Elizabeth's husband in their family

(b) because the Queen's children only used their given names

(c) to allow Charles to marry Diana

(d) because Britain was no longer at war with Germany

5. George is a common name for kings because _____.

(a) it was very popular for over 160 years

(b) the patron saint of England is George

(c) there is a tradition of using the same name many times

(d) there had already been eight kings called Henry

6. It's possible that changes in British society in the 21st century will _____.

(a) continue to reflect the traditional names given to the royal family

(b) encourage people to choose more fashionable names for their children

(c) cause the names of members of the royal family to change as well

(d) make traditional names more unusual

Listen to Passage 2 again and choose the best way to complete the sentences.

1. Clare's second name, Elsie _____.

(a) is very pretty

(b) is a very common name

(c) was considered very old-fashioned

(d) is a name she likes

2. Clare says that _____.

(a) her parents wanted to name her Clare Elsie

(b) her parents wanted to name her Elsie Clare

(c) her grandmother's names were Clare Elsie

(d) her grandmother agreed with her parent's choice of names

3. Clare's great-grandfather _____.

(a) liked everyone he met

(b) loved Lebanon

(c) was liked by everyone

(d) was very kind

4. Clare's surname, "Habibis", means _____.

(a) loved one

(b) lovely

(c) beloved

(d) love

5. Clare's uncle was given the name _____.

(a) Max

(b) Mark

(c) of a 16th century poet

(d) of a 17th century poet

Listen to Passage 2 and choose the best answer to the questions.

1. Why is the first caller sure it wasn't a fox that killed his sheep?

(a) Because of the bite marks.

(b) Because they've been killed very violently.

(c) Because so little was left of the sheep.

(d) Because of the bites on their backs.

2. What does the second caller think the big cat sightings are?

(a) Mountain lions.

(b) Wild dogs.

(c) Big dogs.

(d) Deer.

3. What did the third caller discover in her garden?

(a) A dead dog.

(b) A dead sheep.

(c) Bite marks on trees.

(d) Very large paw prints.

4. What did the fourth caller and his dog do when they saw something in the undergrowth?

(a) They continued walking.

(b) They ran.

(c) They hid.

(d) They climbed a tree.

5. What does the fifth caller think big cats are?

(a) Ghosts.

(b) Big dogs.

(c) Imaginary creatures.

(d) Creatures from another world.

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