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【托福预测】2015年9月19日托福听力机经预测

2015-09-11 14:55| 来源:环球托福

摘要: 2015年9月19日托福考试马上就要来了,环球托福培训为托福考生们带来了超高效的2015年9月19日托福听力机经预测,希望能为托福考生们带来帮助。
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  2015年9月19日托福考马上就要来了,环球托福培训为托福考生们带来了超的2015年9月19日托福听力机经预测,希望能为托福考生们带来帮助。
  【托福听力机经预测版本一】
  类型 Lecture
  话题 Anthropology
  详细内容
  本篇讲的是北人生活习惯问题。
  讲北人用陶瓷制的锅做饭。这是个谜。有两点原因。是他们是游牧民族,需要不停地迁徙移动,在这个过程中瓷锅容易破碎。二是他们的气候并不适合制作这种类型的锅,但是他们依然使用它,原因是当地人的饮食习惯,他们习惯在屋里做饭。
  话题拓展
  托福考中考古学常与人类学和历史学话题结合考察,考生应当做到熟悉话题基本思路,如考古学常考对于考古遗迹的发掘,以及从考古证据中做出考古推测的过程,多加练习以提高听力中的信息理解能力。
  话题拓展可参考:
  资料1 Lecture3 Catalhoyuk, 资料14 Lecture4 Passage Graves, 资料23 Lecture1 Archaeology(Antikythera Mechanism), 资料24 Lecture3 Archaeology(Megafauna), 资料28 Lecture4 Archaeology(Gonur-depe), 资料29 Lecture3 Archaeology(Clovis people&caches)
  2015年9月19日听力机经+托福
  托福听力机经之LISTENING 4
  类型 Conversation
  话题 Office hour
  详细内容
  这篇讲的是学生与教授间的对话。
  教授表扬了女生presentation做得很好,是关于经济模型的。然后提到有项目去巴西、土耳其和欧洲其他的。女生说想去土耳其,因为她的论文就是关于土耳其的。但是老师不太同意。女生继续说土耳其的好处,但教授还是没答应。教授推荐了巴西,讲巴西咖啡对巴西经济非常重要。女生说她其他地方都去过,还是想去土耳其。然后女生说不过教授松口了,就随便了。
  话题拓展
  本篇为考察频率高的Office Hour类话题,内容较易,听力难度不大,考生们只要把握好听力中间的重要信息点,在听力文章理解和做题上应该没有太大难度。考生应尽量计划证对话部分答题正确率。教授提出的建议和对话中提及的因果关系都是重要考点,希望大熟悉。
  【托福听力机经预测版本二】
  1 夏威夷的植物有的是鸟身上带过来的,有的是飞机带过来的. 这些植物都在夏威夷安了.还有一些动物也是这样.
  2. 青蛙的叫声有简单和复杂两种。复杂叫声又吸引女青蛙又吸引蝙蝠。所以在大池塘里面,青蛙多,被蝙蝠抓到的可能性就小,青蛙就用复杂叫声,又可以吸引女青蛙又不太会被吃掉。小池塘里面,比较容易被蝙蝠抓,也没有什么配偶要吸引,所以就用单一的叫声。
  3. 气候变冷,很多人迁徙去了南方,但是有一批人留下来没走,这批人就造了XX culture. 他们善于用一些寒冷的地方才有的工具,雪刀什么的,还会去冰下面捕鱼,后来气候变暖,要在open water捕鱼,他们反而不会了。于是慢慢被eskimo占了地盘,被赶到边边了。
  4. 人文主义的形成,发展。
 
托福考试培训
 
  【托福听力机经预测版本三】
  Conversation 1
  Narrator
  Listen to a conversation between a student and a professor.
  Professor
  OK, let’ s see. Right, Modern Stagings of a Shakespearian Classic. Well, like I told you last week, I think that’s a great topic for you paper. So the title would be something like ... uh ...
  Student
  I am not really sure, probably something like 20th
  century stagings of A Midsummer
  Night’s Dream.
  Professor
  Yes, I like that. Straightforward and to the point. So how is the research going?
  Student
  Well, that’s what I came to talk to you about. I was wondering if you happen to have
  a copy of the Peter Brook production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream in your video
  collection. I’ve been looking for it everywhere and I am having a really hard time
  tracking it down...
  Lecture 1 Art History(Prehistoric Art Dating)
  Narrator
  Listen to part of a lecture in an art history class.
  Professor
  Good morning, ready to continue our review of prehistoric art? Today, we will be covering the Upper Paleolithic Period, which I am roughly defining as the period from 35,000 to 8,000 BC. A lot of those cave drawings you have all seen come from this period. But we are also be talking about portable works of art, things that could be carried around from place to place. Here is one example. This sculpture is called the Lady with the Hood1 , and it was carved from ivory, probably a mammoth’s tusk. Its age is a bit of a mystery. According to one source, it dates from 22,000 BC. But other sources claimed it has been dated closer to 30,000 BC. Amy?
  Amy
  Why don’t we know the exact date when this head was made?
  Professor
  That’s a fair question. We are talking about prehistory here. So obviously the artists didn’t put a signature or a date on anything they did. So how do we know when this figure was carved?
  Tom
  Last semester I took an archaeology class and we spent a lot time on, studying ways to date things. One technique I remember was using the location of an object to date it, like how deep it was buried.
  Professor
  That would be Stratigraphy. Stratigraphy is used for dating portable art. When archaeologists are digging at a site, they make very careful notes about which stratum(strata), which layer of earth they find things in. And, you know, the general rule is that the oldest layers are at the lowest level. But this only works if the site hasn’t been touched, and the layers are intact. A problem with this dating method is that an object could have been carried around, used for several generations before it was discarded. So it might be much older than the layer or even the site where it was found. The stratification technique gives us the minimum age of an object, which isn’t necessarilly its true age. Tom, in your archaeology class, did you talk about radiocarbon dating?
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