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Mô tả: 9-1 99 年1月TOFEL 听力 A 1. (A) He wants to go early to avoid a traffic jam. (B) He wants to leave the theater before the movie is over. (C) He doesn't know the way to the theater. (D) He doesn't usually get up at 7:00. 2. (A) Walk around the corner to the next block. (B) Take a taxi to the hotel. (C) Telephone the hotel for directions. (D) Wait in the candy store. 3. (A) Borrow her book. (B) Check the classroom again. (C) Buy a new book. (D) Ask about the book at the information desk 4. (A) Linda didn't like it. (B) Bill lost it. (C) It was very expensive. (D) It was very small. 5. (A) Take later classes. (B) Discuss the problem with her professor. (C) Come to campus by a different route. (D) Live closer to campus. 6. (A) She often goes to the beach. (B) She got a weekend job at the beach. (C) She misses the trips to the beach she used to take. (D) Her home is near the beach. 7. (A) Continue to read. (B) Meet the woman at the library. (C) Make some coffee. (D) Go out with some friends. 8. (A) What she can do to help the man. (B) How long the man has had allergies. (C) What is causing the man's problem. (D) What the man just said. 9. (A) He already has plans for Saturday night. (B) The woman should decide where to cat Saturday. (C) The woman should ask her brother for a suggestion. (D) He will make a reservation at the restaurant. 10. (A) She'll drop the man off on the way to work. (B) The man can ride downtown with her. (C) The man will have to leave earlier than usual. (D) She can't give the man a ride. 11. (A) Her backhand is almost perfect. For more material and information, please visit Tai Lieu Du Hoc atwww.tailieuduhoc.org (B) The time the man spent practicing has helped him. (C) The man's mother wanted him to practice. (D) Her mother is a good tennis coach. 12. (A) Her brother was not accepted into law school. (B) She doesn't want to be a criminal lawyer. (C) She has decided not to go to law school. (D) She doesn't plan to work in her brother's law firm. 13. (A) The man will probably receive a scholarship. (B) She can't give the man a ride to the dean's office. (C) She can lend the man a sweater. (D) The man isn't dressed appropriately for the interview. 14. (A) Buy a car from the woman. (B) Help the woman paint her car. (C) Buy a new car. (D) Look for a less expensive car. 15. (A) She's upset that she missed the television program. (B) She doesn't think the television program was funny. (C) She doesn't like talking about television programs. (D) She watched the television program at a friend's house. 16. (A) Cleaning the pants will take longer than usual. (B) The man can have his pants at the end of the day. (C) She doesn't think the stain can be removed. (D) The man should go to a different location. 17. (A) She is going to try to be more persuasive. (B) She'll accept the committee's proposal. (C) She thinks the committee will accept the proposal. (D) She'll revise the proposal before she talks to the committee. 18. (A) It's new. (B) It's dull. (C) It's not clean. (D) It has a broken handle. 19. (A) Meet her in the auditorium. (B) Schedule the meeting for a different time. (C) Reserve a large room for the meeting. (D) Cancel the meeting. 20. (A) The man may have left the paper in the phone book. (B) The man should call Laura for her address. (C) Laura's house is not difficult to find. (D) Laura's address probably appears in the telephone directory. 21. (A) He doesn't believe the weather forecast. (B) He doesn't like humid weather. (C) He just bought an air conditioner. (D) He can fix the woman's air conditioner. 22. (A) The man should sleep more. (B) The man should get some exercise. For more material and information, please visit Tai Lieu Du Hoc atwww.tailieuduhoc.org (C) It's important to finish the report now. (D) The man needs to concentrate harder. 23. (A) He doubts the woman will like the novel. (B) He hasn't started reading the novel yet. (C) He enjoyed reading the novel. (D) He'll lend the woman the novel after he has read it. 24. (A) He is pleased the exhibit has closed. (B) He has already seen the exhibit. (C) He is disappointed the exhibit has closed. (D) He already knew the exhibit had closed. 25. (A) Remove George from the committee immediately. (B) Warn George that his attendance problem is serious. (C) Offer to help George during the meeting. (D) Telephone George to see if he's coming to the meeting. 26. (A) He'll pay the woman earlier. (B) He was Able to sell the tickets for the woman. (C) He doesn't mind buying the tickets. (D) He hopes to see the woman on Friday. 27. (A) Where the manager is. (B) Where she will be working this month. (C) Where she can find the work schedule. (D) Where the man heard the news. 28. (A) She needs help finding a place to live. (B) There aren't enough rooms available in the dormitories. (C) She can't afford to live on campus. (D) She doesn't want to live in university housing. 29. (A) She would like to see the film again. (B) She has seen the movie more than once. (C) She thinks the movie lasted a long time. (D) She thinks the movie was a waste of time. 30. (A) They didn't get wet. (B) They're late for the concert. (C) They prefer to dress casually. (D) They're really looking forward to the concert. 31. (A) How to care for precious metals. (B) A standard unit for measuring weight. (C) The value of precious metals. (D) Using the metric system. 32. (A) To check the accuracy of scales. (B) To calculate the density of other metals. (C) To observe changes in the atmosphere. (D) To measure amounts of rainfall. 33. (A) Someone spilled water on it. (B) Someone lost it. (C) It was made of low quality metal. For more material and information, please visit Tai Lieu Du Hoc atwww.tailieuduhoc.org (D) The standard for measuring had changed. 34. (A) It is a small amount to pay for so much precious metal. (B) It is difficult to judge the value of such an object. (C) It is reasonable for an object with such an important function. (D) It is too high for such a light weight. 35. (A) He is unable to attend her class. (B) He wants to deliver something to her office. (C) He wants to hand in a late assignment. (D) He wants to drop her course. 36. (A) Find out about a course. (B) See an adviser. (C) Drop off a paper. (D) Go to a meeting. 37. (A) Paint a landscape. (B) Give an oral report. (C) Take a final exam. (D) Buy several books. 38. (A) Come to her office before her meeting. (B) Change his major. (C) Meet with her tomorrow. (D) Discuss the class with his roommate. 39. (A) Traditional European architecture. (B) Techniques for building log cabins. (C) The history of log structures. (D) How to build a home by yourself. 40. (A) Their small size. (B) Their rustic dirt floors. (C) Their walls of rounded logs. (D) Their sliding board windows. 41. (A) They liked the look of log homes. (B) They had easy access to logs. (C) They were unfamiliar with other building materials. (D) They wanted to break away from European traditions. 42. (A) They could easily build the log houses themselves. (B) They could construct the houses from kits. (C) They liked the cozy atmosphere of the log interior. (D) They wanted homes that could be transported. 43. (A) It was built by the Canadians. (B) It was built to facilitate trade. (C) The path for the road was extremely difficult to clear. (D) Hostilities between Canada and the United States caused construction delays. 44. (A) Maine was less influenced by the French government. (B) Maine had better employment opportunities. (C) Maine was politically stable. (D) Marine had a better climate. For more material and information, please visit Tai Lieu Du Hoc atwww.tailieuduhoc.org 45. (A) The area was economically unified. (B) The authorities were unable to enforce law and order. (C) The two governments fought for control of the area. (D) Most of the people living there spoke only French. 46. (A) The latest practices of accurate mapmaking. (B) The impact of epidemics on mass migration. (C) The advantages of establishing international trade agreements. (D) The technology used to locate the Old Canada Road. 47. (A) Watch a slide show about trees. (B) Learn how to prevent Dutch elm disease. (C) Study the history of the campus buildings and grounds. (D) Look at examples of trees on campus. 48. (A) History. (B) Physical education. (C) Botany. (D) Architecture. 49. (A) Its leaves are yellow. (B) Its leaves are lopsided. (C) It is very tall. (D) It is not an angiosperm. 50. (A) It has grown too tall for its designated space. (B) It may be diseased. (C) Its branches are being broken off. (D) It no longer hears from. For more material and information, please visit Tai Lieu Du Hoc atwww.tailieuduhoc.org99 年 1 月 TOFEL 语法 B 1. Among the first plants to grow on the land regions of the Earth _____, which in prehistoric times grew to immense size (A) were horsetail rushes (B) horsetail rushes (C) horsetail rushes were (D) and horsetail rushes 2. Unlike fossil fuels, which can be used only once, wind and solar power _____of energy. (A) for renewable sources (B) the sources are renewable (C) are renewable sources (D) renewable sources 3. _____ that the first cheese was probably made more than 4,000 years ago by nomadic tribes in Asia. (A) The belief (B) Although they believe (C) It is believed (D) Believing 4. Today _____ of the Earth live on a very small percentage of the Earth's land surface. (A) about two-thirds populated (B) the population is about two-thirds (C) about two-thirds of the population (D) of about two-thirds the population is 5. It was in the year 1792 _____ (A) THAT THE New York Stock Exchange was founded (B) founding the New York Stock Exchange (C) which year the New York Stock Exchange was founded (D) the New York Stock Exchange founded 6. Many small birds use new sites for each nesting,_____ large birds often reuse the same nest. (A) by (B) how (C) within (D) whereas 7. Plateaus are often referred to as tablelands _____ essentially flat-topped and stand conspicuously above an adjacent land area. (A) because are (B) because they are (C) because of their (D) which because they are 8. Although many contemporary craft objects are not _____, they generally have their roots in function. (A) function (B) functionally (C) as function (D) functional For more material and information, please visit Tai Lieu Du Hoc atwww.tailieuduhoc.org9. _____ hearing aid was a tube called the ear trumpet, a flared tube held up to the ear. (A) First (B) When the first (C) It was the first (D) The first 10. Most leaves are coated with a waterproof _____, or cuticle. (A) that the covering (B) and is covering (C) covering (D) by covering 11. The first glass factory _____ the North American continent was started in Jamestown, Virginia, in 1607. (A) established on (B) being established (C) was established on (D) that established it 12. _____ in the desert is mainly due to the limited supply of desert water. (A) Plants are widely spaced (B) The spacing of plants is wide (C) Plants to be spaced widely (D) The wide spacing of plants 13. In addition to painting highly acclaimed portraits, Mary Cassatt was _____ to several major art collectors. (A) to advise (B) an adviser (C) advised (D) advising 14. Springwater is _____ clean., since it has been filtered through permeable rocks, but all spring water contains some dissolved minerals. (A) generally fair (B) generally fairly (C) in general fair (D) general and fair 15. All eels spawn in the sea, the eggs hatching into transparent, ribbonlike larvae _____, feeding until they metamorphose into small eels. (A) that drift about (B) drift about (C) about drifting (D) drift about them 16. Citrus fruits thrive in quite very tropical climates. A B C D 17. Carson McCullers was fame for her novels about life in the small towns of the A B C D southern United States. 18. Because the atmosphere of Mars is so thin. Wind velocities of several hundred A B C For more material and information, please visit Tai Lieu Du Hoc atwww.tailieuduhoc.orgkilometers per hour are required to raised dust particles during dust storms. D 19. Lumbering. The remove of timber from the forest, is a major industry in the A B C D Northwest region of North America. 20. The asphalt deposits of La Brea Tar Pit in California have yielded fossils of A B numerous animal of the Pleistocene epoch, including the giant ground sloth. C D 21. Located in the center of the continental United States and known for its endless A B wheat fields, Kansas is one of the nation's leading agriculturally states. C D 22. An intrinsic part of the sound structure of poet, the repetition of a consonant A B sound or sounds, may also be exhibited in prose. C D 23. People feel uncomfortable when the humidity rises over 60 percent because A B perspiration cannot evaporate quickly enough for the body to rid themselves of excess heat. C D 24. While infancy, the period from birth until the age of two. A child grows to A B approximately half of his or her adult height. C D 25. The Pulitzer Prizes ate annual awards for excellence in United States journalism, A B C literature, and musical. D 26. Judgments made in a criminal cases can usually be appealed to a higher count A B which can either overturn or uphold a lower court ruling. C D 27. Science fiction is any fiction dealing with the future or with so imaginative A B subjects as interstellar travel, life on other planets, or time travel. C D 28. The wingspread of various species of bats range from over five feet to less than two inches. A B C D 29. The harmonica's tones are made by the vibrations of the feeds created by the A B blowing and suction to the player. C D For more material and information, please visit Tai Lieu Du Hoc atwww.tailieuduhoc.org30. The constitution of 1897, under which Delaware is now governed , is fourth A B C constitution in the history of the state. D 31. Because most photographic filters work by subtract portions of visible light from A B C the subject, they decrease the intensity of light that reaches the film. D 32. In a vacuum discharge tube at ordinary voltages and currents, neon glows A reddish-orange and is the mostly intense of all the rare gases. B C D 33. Although E.E. Cummings studied art in Paris, but his writings attracted much A B C more interest than his paintings. D 34. Because material organic decays slowly in peat, the remains of prehistoric A B animals are often found in the depths of peat hogs. C D 35. Usually an atom having one, two, or three electrons in its valence band readily A B contributes electrons to and receive electrons from neighboring atoms. C D 36. A symbol of freedom, the Statue of Liberty represents a woman has just escaped A B from the chains of slavery, which lie at her feet. C D 37. The southwestern portion of the United States is a land of little rain , and parts of A B it are too dry that they are called deserts. C D 38. Seneca chief Corn-planter helped arrange treaties between many United States A settler and Native American tribes in western Pennsylvania after the American B C D Revolutionary War. 39. Mercury is so much close to the Sun that it is usually invisible in the glare of the Sun's rays. A B C D 40. Pollen can be transferred by the wind or by birds that comes into contact with flowers. A B C D For more material and information, please visit Tai Lieu Du Hoc atwww.tailieuduhoc.org99 年 1 月 TOFEL 阅读 C Question1-12 The Native Americans of northern California were highly skilled at basketry, using the reeds, grasses, bards, and roots they found around them to fashion articles of all sorts and sizes - not only trays, containers, and cooking pots, but hats, boats, fish traps, baby carriers, and ceremonial objects. Of all these experts, none excelled the Pomo - a group who lived on or near the coast during the 1800's, and whose descendants continue to live in parts of the same region to the same region to this day. They made baskets three feet in diameter and others no bigger than a thimble. The Pomo people were masters of decoration. Some of their baskets were completely covered with shell pendants; others with feathers that made the baskets' surfaces as soft as the breasts of birds. Moreover, the Pomo people made use of more weaving techniques than did their neighbors. Most groups made all their basketwork by twining - the twisting of a flexible horizontal material, called a weft, around stiffer vertical strands of material, the warp. Others depended primarily on coiling - a process in which a continuous coil of stiff material is held in the desired shape with tight wrapping of flexible strands. Only the Pomo people used both processes with equal case and frequency. In addition, they made use of four distinct variations on the basic twining process, often employing more than one of them in a single article. Although a wide variety of materials was available, the Pomo people used only a few. The warp was always made of willow, and the most commonly used welt was sedge root, a woody fiber that could easily be separated into strands no thicker than a thread. For color, the Pomo people used the bark of redbud for their twined work and dyed bullrush root for black in coiled work. Though other materials were sometimes used, these four were the staples in their finest basketry. If the basketry materials used by the Pomo people were limited, the designs were amazingly varied. Every Pomo basketmaker knew how to produce from fifteen to twenty distict patterns that could be combined in a number of different ways. 1. What best distinguished Pomo baskets from baskets of other groups? (A) The range of sizes, shapes, and designs (B) The unusual geometric (C) The absence of decoration (D) The rare materials used 2. The word "fashion" in line 2 is closest in meaning to (A) maintain (B) organize (C) trade (D) create 3. The Pomo people used each of the following materials to decorate baskets EXCEPT (A) shells (B) feathers (C) leaves (D) bark 4. What is the author's main point in the second paragraph? (A) The neighbors of the Pomo people tried to improve on the Pomo basket weaving techniques. (B) The Pomo people were the most skilled basket weavers in their region. (C) The Pomo people learned their basket weaving techniques from other Native Americans. (D) The Pomo baskets have been handed down for generations. 5. The word "others " in line 9 refers to For more material and information, please visit Tai Lieu Du Hoc atwww.tailieuduhoc.org . surface. (A) about two-thirds populated (B) the population is about two-thirds (C) about two-thirds of the population (D) of about two-thirds the population. between 17 60 and 17 75? (A) About 16 ,000 (B) About 25,000 (C) About 30,000 (D) More than 200,000 30. The word "dictated" in line 18 is closest— Xem thêm —
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