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[00:07.42]第12天 真题练习

[00:12.56]Passage One

[00:15.18]25 years ago, Ray Anderson,

[00:19.99]a single parent with a one-year-old son

[00:22.84]witnessed a terrible accident

[00:25.35]which took place when the driver of a truck

[00:27.98]ran a red light and collided with the car of Sandra D.

[00:32.90]The impact of the collision killed Sandra instantly.

[00:36.07]But her three-month-old daughter

[00:38.48]was left trapped in the burning car.

[00:40.56]While others looked on in horror,

[00:42.74]Andersen jumped out of his vehicle

[00:45.59]and crawled into the car through the shadowed rear window

[00:48.87]to try to free the infant. Seconds later,

[00:52.91]the car was enclosed in flames.

[00:55.65]But to everyone’s amazement,

[00:58.49]Andersen was able to pull the baby to safety.

[01:01.99]While the baby was all right, Andersen

[01:04.95]was seriously injured. Two days later he died.

[01:10.09]But his heroic act was published widely in the media.

[01:14.13]His son was soon adopted by relatives.

[01:17.31]The most remarkable part of the story unfolded only last week.

[01:22.56]Karen and her boyfriend Michael were looking

[01:26.06]through some old boxes

[01:27.59]When they came across some old newspaper clippings.

[01:30.97]“This is me when I was a new born baby.

[01:33.93]I was rescued from a burning car.

[01:36.22]But my mother died in the accident,” explained Karen.

[01:39.94]Although Michael knew Karen’s mother

[01:42.46]had died years earlier,

[01:44.10]he never fully understood the circumstances

[01:47.16]until he skimmed over the newspaper article.

[01:50.22]To Karen’s surprise,

[01:52.63]Michael was absorbed in the details of the accident.

[01:55.47]And he began to cry uncontrollably.

[01:58.53]Then he revealed that the man that pulled Karen

[02:02.36]from the flames was the father he never knew.

[02:05.97]The two embraced and shed many tears,

[02:09.03]recounting stories told to them about their parents.

[02:12.86]Questions 29 to 31 are based on the passage you have just heard.

[02:19.03]29. What happened twenty-five years ago?

[02:39.55]30. What does the speaker say about Michael’s father?

[02:58.95]31. Why did Michael cry uncontrollably

[03:05.72]when he skimmed over the newspaper article?

[03:25.20]Passage Two

[03:27.17]In order for a chemical to be considered a drug,

[03:31.43]it must have the capacity to affect how the body works.

[03:35.26]No substance that has the power to do this is completely safe.

[03:40.19]Drugs are approved only after tests have demonstrated

[03:44.23]that they are relatively safe

[03:46.42]when used as directed and when their benefits outweigh their risks.

[03:51.12]Thus, some very dangerous drugs are approved

[03:54.40]because they are necessary to treat serious illnesses.

[03:58.12]Many people suffer ill effects from drugs, called side effects,

[04:03.15]even though they take the drug exactly as directed.

[04:06.98]The human population contains a great variety of genetic variation,

[04:12.23]but drugs are tested on just a few thousand people.

[04:15.94]When a particular drug is taken by millions,

[04:19.12]some people may not respond in a predictable way

[04:22.40]even though the drug has been tested.

[04:25.35]A patient may also acquire a tolerance for a certain drug,

[04:30.05]which means the patient has to take ever larger doses

[04:33.66]to produce the desired effect.

[04:35.52]Tolerance may lead to habituation,

[04:38.48]in which the person becomes so dependant on the drug,

[04:41.75]that he or she becomes addicted to it.

[04:44.49]Addiction causes severe psychological and physical disturbances

[04:48.98]when the drug is taken away.

[04:50.84]Finally, drugs often have unwanted side effects.

[04:54.88]These usually cause only minor discomfort,

[04:57.95]such as a skin rash, headache or sleepiness.

[05:00.90]Certain drugs, however, can produce serious adverse reactions.

[05:05.61]Questions 18 to 20 are based on the passage you have just heard.

[05:11.84]18. Under what circumstances are drugs approved?

[05:32.59]19. Why do many people suffer side effects from a drug,

[05:39.26]even though they take it as directed?

[05:57.41]20. What will happen when patients acquire a tolerance for a certain drug?

[06:19.03]考点突破强化练习

[06:22.63]Passage One

[06:25.04]Born and raised in central Ohio,

[06:29.96]I am a country girl through and through.

[06:32.97]I am currently studying to become a physical therapist

[06:36.91]a career path that marks a greater achievement for me.

[06:40.41]At the Ohio State University,

[06:43.03]admission into the physical therapy program is intensively competitive.

[06:47.95]I made it pass the first cut the first year I applied,

[06:52.22]but was turned down for admission.

[06:54.74]I was crushed because for years I have been determined

[06:58.89]to become a physical therapist.

[07:01.30]I received the advice from friends and relatives

[07:04.03]about changing my major and finding another course for my life.

[07:08.52]I just couldn’t do it.

[07:10.49]I knew I could not be as happy in another profession.

[07:13.87]So I stilled myself, began to work seriously for another year and reapplied.

[07:20.00]Happily I received notice of my admission.

[07:23.61]Later I found out that less than 15% of the applicants

[07:28.86]had been offered positions that year.

[07:31.05]Now, in the first two years’ professional training,

[07:35.09]I could not be happier with my decision not to give up all my dream.

[07:39.69]My father told me that if I wantedit badly enough,

[07:43.74]I would get in. Well, daddy, I wanted it, so there.

[07:48.33]After graduation, I would like to travel to another country,

[07:53.47]possibly a Latin-American country

[07:55.98]and work in a children’s hospital for a year or two.

[07:59.48]So many of children there are physically handicapped,

[08:03.31]but most hospitals don’t have the funding

[08:06.04]to hire a trained staff to care for them properly.

[08:09.22]I would like to change that somehow.

[08:12.72]Questions 1 to 3 are based on the passage you have just heard.

[08:18.40]1. What is the speaker’s field of study?

[08:39.53]2. According to the speaker,

[08:42.82]what contributed to her admission to Ohio State University?

[09:01.95]3. Why does the speaker want to go to a Latin-American country?

[09:24.27]Passage Two

[09:26.24]A disturbing report appeared recently in the magazine Science.

[09:31.16]The report describes an experiment,

[09:34.44]the results of which suggest that there are occasions

[09:38.26]when psychiatrists have great difficulty in distinguishing between people

[09:43.96]who are mentally ill and those who are mentally healthy.

[09:48.00]In order to carry out the experiment,

[09:51.07]eight perfectly normal people pretended to have mental disorders

[09:56.10]and received psychiatric treatment in a number of different hospitals.

[10:00.81]The eight false patients included several trained doctors,

[10:05.95]who lied about their occupation.

[10:08.25]They also lied about their names and naturally about their symptoms.

[10:13.60]However in all other respects they told the truth

[10:18.41]concerning their lives and their personal relationships;

[10:21.69]and once they had been admitted to hospital they behaved quite normally.

[10:26.83]However, as soon as they had been officially labeled “mentally ill”,

[10:32.66]everything they did tended to confirm the diagnosis

[10:36.92]in the eyes of the medical staff.

[10:39.00]For instance, if one of the “patients” approached a doctor

[10:43.81]and asked a perfectly sensible question

[10:46.54]such as “Pardon me doctor, could you tell me

[10:50.48]when I will be allowed to use the tennis courts?”,

[10:53.22]the doctor’s normal response was to walk straight on, ignoring the question.

[10:58.79]The eight false patients stayed in the mental institutes

[11:04.12]for periods of from 7 to 52 days.

[11:08.71]They were forced to the frightening conclusion

[11:12.21]that once a person has disappeared behind the walls of a mental institution,

[11:17.46]it may prove extremely difficult to convince the medical authorities

[11:22.82]that he or she is not in fact mentally ill.

[11:27.52]Questions 4 to 6 are based on the passage you have just heard.

[11:34.19]4. What is the purpose of the eight perfectly normal people's being put into hospital?

[11:58.79]5. What did the eight patients do after they had been admitted to hospital?

[12:20.39]6. What was the frightening result of the experiment

[12:26.51]conducted in these mental institutions?

[12:45.19]Passage Three

[12:46.94]Are you afraid to raise your hand in class,

[12:50.22]even when you know the answer?

[12:52.41]If you are, most people would say that you’re shy.

[12:56.13]If you feel shy, you are not alone.

[12:59.41]Nine out of ten people are at least a little shy.

[13:03.46]But however shy you are,

[13:06.08]scientific evidence seems to show that it isn’t your fault.

[13:10.24]You may have been born that way.

[13:12.86]How do psychologists measure shyness?

[13:17.13]One way is by observation.

[13:20.30]They keep detailed records of people’s actions—

[13:24.46]like how often these people speak to others,

[13:27.74]or how long it takes someone to say “hello” to a stranger.

[13:31.89]Another way to measure shyness is to ask people questions.

[13:36.71]The test only takes about 10 minutes.

[13:39.66]It asks questions like “Do you like going out a lot?”

[13:44.14]and “Do you have many friends?”.

[13:47.31]People must answer either yes or no.

[13:50.27]These questions can predict

[13:52.56]how people actually behave in social situations.

[13:56.61]Suppose the test tells you that someone is shy.

[14:00.66]Chances are good that the person will act shy.

[14:04.92]When scientists measure shyness,

[14:08.53]they are really comparing degrees of shyness.

[14:11.59]In other words, when researchers say people are shy,

[14:16.08]they really mean they are more shy than others.

[14:19.69]Questions 7 to 9 are based on the passage you have just heard.

[14:25.81]7. Why does the speaker say that it isn’t a fault to be shy?

[14:47.78]8. What is one of the ways suggested by psychologists for measuring shyness?

[15:11.49]9. What is the purpose of the psychologists in asking questions?

[15:33.91]Passage Four

[15:35.66]Today, the Earth is in trouble. Factories pour dirty water into our rivers.

[15:42.44]Many fish die and the water becomes unhealthy for people to drink.

[15:47.93]Cars and factories put poisons into the air and cause plants,

[15:53.19]animals and people to get sick.

[15:56.03]People throw bottles and paper out of their car windows,

[16:00.18]and the roadside becomes covered with all sorts of wastes.

[16:04.34]Over the years, people have changed the environment,

[16:08.72]and we have pollution.

[16:10.69]In a way, all of us are on a spaceship, the Planet Earth.

[16:16.05]We move around the sun at 18 miles per second and never stop.

[16:21.73]On our spaceship, we have five billion people

[16:25.78]and a limited supply of air, water and land.

[16:30.15]These supplies have to be used carefully because we can’t buy new air,

[16:35.84]water or land from anywhere else.

[16:38.91]To continue to survive,

[16:41.75]we must learn how to use the earth’s resources wisely.

[16:46.67]We have to change our habits and stop dumping such

[16:50.17]enormous amounts of industrial waste into the water and air.

[16:53.99]We must cooperate with nature and learn better ways to use,

[16:59.68]not abuse, our environment.

[17:02.31]Questions 10 to 12 are based on the passage you have just heard.

[17:09.31]10. What message is the speaker trying to convey?

[17:30.22]11. How fast does the planet earth travel around the sun?

[17:53.48]12. For what purpose does the speaker advise us

[17:59.82]to use the earth’s resources wisely?

[18:18.62]Passage Five

[18:20.15]For the past few weeks,

[18:22.34]we have been discussing national energy conservation alternatives for the future.

[18:27.81]Today I’m going to talk about

[18:30.65]what one community’s presently doing to conserve energy.

[18:34.37]The people of Davis,

[18:36.56]California have succeeded in cutting their energy consumption by 1/3 since 1973.

[18:43.67]The first energy saving action that was taken in the early 70’s was

[18:49.80]the legislation of street and building codes.

[18:52.97]All new houses in Davis must have the proper insulation

[18:57.56]so that heat will not escape unnecessarily during the winter.

[19:02.26]New houses must also face north or south,

[19:06.75]so that they will not be overheated by the sun in summer.

[19:11.12]The law has had a definitely effect.

[19:14.73]Since 1976, there has been a 50 percent savings in the amount of

[19:21.73]natural gas and electricity used in heating and air-conditioning.

[19:26.43]There are other energy saving features about Davis.

[19:30.59]Buses, partially supported by the city,

[19:34.52]universally transport students throughout the area.

[19:38.57]There are 24 miles of bicycles paths,

[19:42.18]and today there are twice as many bicycles as cars in the city.

[19:46.45]By reducing the available parking space,

[19:50.06]the city council has succeeded

[19:52.02]in reducing the number of cars in the city every day.

[19:55.85]Another benefit of the reduced parking is the greater number of small cars.

[20:01.65]People are saving gas because they are choosing not to drive,

[20:06.14]or because they are driving fuel-economic cars.

[20:09.96]Davis, California has become an energy saving model for other cities.

[20:15.86]Time is up for today.

[20:18.38]Next week, we’ll return to our regular topic of national energy alternatives.

[20:24.29]Questions 13 to 15 are based on the passage you have just heard.

[20:31.29]13. What is the main topic of this lecture?

[20:52.54]14. What is the purpose of building new houses facing north or south?

[21:15.67]15. What has the city of Davis provided for bicycle riders?

[21:38.02]Passage Six

[21:39.22]The purpose of keeping fit is to avoid ill health,

[21:43.05]to resist the mental and physical fatigue

[21:46.11]that makes us more likely to contract infections,

[21:48.84]and above all to feel more pleasure in being alive.

[21:53.44]Research has shown the value of a balanced diet,

[21:57.82]fresh air, sunshine, adequate rest

[22:02.08]and some form of regular exercise for everyone.

[22:05.91]If everyone followed this plan,

[22:08.43]the number of people visiting the doctor and

[22:11.70]going to hospital would be considerably reduced.

[22:15.53]Unfortunately, although most people acknowledge

[22:19.14]the importance of physical fitness,

[22:21.33]not enough of us put this into practice;

[22:24.61]we spend too much time watching others from the comfort

[22:28.32]of an armchair or a seat in the stand at a sports stadium.

[22:32.26]One reason why people who are physically fit live longer

[22:38.17]is that they do not put the heart under excessive strain

[22:41.78]and so they reduce the risk of heart and blood-vessel disease.

[22:46.16]They also avoid suffering the consequences of weakened muscles,

[22:50.96]which are the cause of a great deal of back and abdominal trouble.

[22:55.01]About 640 muscles account for about 45% of our body's weight;

[23:02.23]they must have the ability to store energy

[23:04.78]and be continually supplied with fuel by the blood.

[23:08.94]Sensible exercise, suited to each individual

[23:12.87]and preferably undertaken on the advice of a doctor,

[23:15.93]is the best insurance for meeting these requirements.

[23:20.19]Questions 16 to 18 are based on the passage you have just heard.

[23:27.63]16. Which of the following wasn’t mentioned as a purpose of keeping fit?

[23:51.59]17. According to the passage, how could a person keep fit?

[24:14.42]18. Why can people who are physically fit live longer?
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