第一, 确定哪几道题目属于一个短文, 同时进行听前预测,推测短文的主题(主要内容).
第二, 反推问题, 确定重要的信息点.
[A] He set up the first university in America.
[B] He was one of the earliest settlers in America.
[C] He can best represent the spirit of early America.
[D] He was the most distinguished diplomat in American history.
[A] He provided Washington with a lot of money.
[B] He persuaded France to support Washington.
[C] He served as a general in Washington's army.
[D] He represented Washington in negotiations with Britain.
[A] As one of the greatest American scholars.
[B] As one of America's most ingenious inventors.
[C] As one of the founding fathers of the United States.
[D] As one of the most famous activists for human rights.
A) Crowded air traffic.
B) The large size of airplanes.
C) Bad weather.
D) Mistakes by air traffic controllers.
A) They narrowly escaped crashing into each other.
B) They avoided each other by turning in different directions.
C) They bumped into each other over a swimming pool.
D) One plane climbed above the other at the critical moment.
A) To give an example of air disasters.
B) To show the great responsibility shouldered by the pilots.
C) To show the key role played by air traffic controllers.
D) To show that air travel is far safer than driving a car.
A) Her future prospects.
B) Her unique experience.
C) Her favourite job.
D) Her lonely life.
C) Good luck.
D) A good relationship.
A) She will remain single.
B) She will work in a bookstore.
C) She will live an empty life.
D) She will earn a lot of money.
A) She should find a good job.
B) She should get married.
C) She should have more control over her life.
D) She should open a small restaurant.
A) In day-care centres where little children were taken care of.
B) In schools where free classes were organised for young people.
C) In places where hot lunch was provided for factory workers.
D) In areas in Chicago where poor people lived.
A) For young people and adults.
B) For poor city children.
C) For factory workers.
D) For immigrants.
A) Jane Adams' life story.
B) Jane Adams' struggle for women's liberation.
C) Jane Adams' contributions to society.
D) Jane Adams' responsibility for the poor.
Questions 11 to 13 are based on the passage you have just heard.
11. Which factor can most seriously endanger airplanes according to this passage?
12. What happened to the two large jets?
13. Why were the two large jets specially mentioned?
Questions 14 to 17 are based on the passage you have just heard.
14. What is the speaker talking about?
15. What does the speaker want most?
16. What will the speaker most probably do in the future?
17. What is the speaker's mother always suggesting to her?
18. Where did Jane Addams spend her life after she left her home?
19. For whom did Jane Addams start the country vacation programs?
20. What's the passage mainly about?
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