TÀI LIỆU LUYỆN THI TOEFL 10/ 2003

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Mô tả: TÀI LIỆU LUYỆN THI TOEFL 10/ 2003 0310 托福真题 0310听力 1A She is younger than her sister . B she does not spend much time with her sister’s children. C she does not get along well with her sister D she no longer resembles her sister. 2A Paper plates are cheaper than dishes. B Dishes break more easily than paper plates. C There is no need to wash any dishes now. D The woman’s roommate will return soon. 3A She has not applied to any universities yet, B She will begin university classes in a few weeks. C She does not know yet if a university will accept her. D She is too busy to contact the university right now. 4A Reconsider his position later B Allow the student to miss class C Lower the student’s grade D Suggest that the student try to reschedule the operation 5A He does not have enough money for the trip yet. B He is planning to work during spring break . C The trip is too far off in the future to think about. D He has changed his mind about going to Canada. 6A The photograph is not good enough to send. B The photograph was not taken at the Grand Canyon. C They already sent Mary a photograph of their vacation. D Sending pictures through the mail is too expensive. 7A She should have asked to be excused from the trip. B She deserves the zero. C She is right to be angry. D She should have gone on the field trip. 8A He wants to live off campus. B There are advantages and disadvantages to living off campus. C Living space in the dorm is crowded. D There are only a few apartments available off campus. 9A Turn down the volume of the music B Turn the music off C Play a different style of music. D Listen to music in a different room. 10A It took a long time to finish the building. B He was too busy to notice the opening of the hotel. C He did not know the hotel had a restaurant. D He would like to meet the woman for brunch next Sunday. 11A Go to her class. B Cancel her appointment with the president. C Ask her professor to excuse her from class. D Attend the presentation. 12A She admires Steve’s relationship with his father. B She does not know Steve or his father. C Her daughter is older than Steve. D She disagrees with the man. 13A He has heard the new CD. B He does not enjoy classical music. C He is not interested in the CD. D He rarely listens to music. 14A Buy tickets for the next showing. B Leave the theater C Change their seats for a better view D Ask the couple in front of them to be quiet 15A The library closes earlier during the summer. B The library is closed during summer vacation. C The library will be open until midnight tonight. D She does not usually go to the library during the summer. 16A She is sorry the man has to cancel the plans B She wants to hand in her report early. C She would like to go with the man. D she does not usually enjoy the symphony. 17A He has other plans for the evening B He is looking forward to attending the party. C He often misses Linda’s parties. D he wants to know if he should bring anything to the party. 18A There is just about enough time to do the job B The desk has never been so orderly. C The clock on the desk needs to be set. D The desk really needs organizing. 19A He enjoys looking at the flowers. B He thinks the park is boring. C He does not like walking with the woman. D He does not see any trees. 20A There are not very many hotels in the area. B She stayed at the Clover Inn last month. C She is not sure the man’s parents would like the Clover Inn. D It may be too late to get a room at the Clover Inn. 21A Wait until later to eat B Go to the cafeteria without her C Bring her some food from the cafeteria D Meet her at the cafeteria 22A He has to work with his brother . B He has no definite plans. C He usually works on weekends. D His plants depend on the woman. 23A Buy stamps at the post office B Mail the woman’s bill C Drive to the woman’s house D Pick up a package from the post office 24A The woman should call Bill to check his schedule. B The woman should have left for the airport earlier. C The woman does not need to rush to meet Bill . D Traffic near the airport could delay the woman’s arrival. 25A She did better on the quiz than the man did. B She did not have to take the quiz. C She has not yet received her grade on the quiz. D She did not do well on the quiz. 26A He will be happy to share their dessert B He did not know what time he was supposed to arrive. C He expected the traffic to be bad. D He is not upset that they ate lunch. 27A She has to quit her job in the laboratory. B She cut herself while working in the laboratory. C She enjoys doing laboratory experiments. D She feels that the man is dedicated to his work too. 28A Ask for directions B Try a different route to the beach C Go back for the map D Cancel their trip 29A He would like the woman to reschedule the meeting. B He will meet the woman briefly on Friday C The report will not be ready until Thursday. D The report was finished last Friday. 30A Find out when the bookstore opens B Withdraw some cash C Inquire about a job D Spend her extra money on books 31A Ways to determine the age of a fossil B The identity of a fossil the woman found C A comparison of two shellfish fossils D Plans for a field trip to look for fossils 32A The class is going to study them . B They evolved from brachiopods. C They are similar to brachiopods in appearance. D They belong to the same species as brachiopods. 33A It has a ribbed shell. B It has an unusually large valve. C It was found near the water. D It is smaller than a mollusc. 34A He has never seen a fossil that old. B It could be many millions of years old. C It is probably a recent specimen. D He will ask the lab how old it is. 35A Take it to class B Put it in her collection C Take it to the lab D Leave it with her professor 36A A jewelry store robbery B Buying a birthday present C Writing a story D Doing research for a class assignment 37A Her professor did not like her story . B She had trouble finishing her assignment C she did not like the topic she had chosen for her paper. D She was taking too many courses, 38A Take some extra time B Do a writing exercise C Do some work for another course D Write the story ending first 39A To go shopping B To do research for her story C To meet with her professor D To take a break from her work 40A To describe ways pests can damage plants B To examine the life cycle of caterpillars C To explain how corn plants develop D To describe how a natural pesticide works 41A Caterpillars chewing on its leaves B Wasps laying eggs on its leaves C Pesticides sprayed on its leaves D Knives cutting its stalk 42A By flying in circles around a field B By detecting a chemical signal C By inspecting individual corn leaves D By noticing the caterpillar’s coloration 43A Recently discovered manuscripts B Similarities among religions C Methods of analyzing ancient manuscripts D How ancient manuscripts are preserved 44A The simplicity of their language B Their age C The location of their discovery D The material they are made of 45A Orally preserved teachings B A collection of letters C A diary D A scholarly article 46A Ancient settlers in Asia B How Buddhism is practiced today C The spread of Buddhism in Asia D Why some languages disappear 47A The language they are written in is not widely known. B They cannot be moved from where they were found C The writing in them has faded D Many people want credit for the discovery. 48A The advantages of an economy based on farming B Reasons farmers continued using river transportation C The role of cotton in the United States economy D Improved methods of transporting farm crops 49A The new technology used to build roads B The ability to transport goods over land C The trade in grain and cotton D The linking of smaller local roads into one long road 50A Reduced charges for transporting farm products B Required payment from vehicles that used their roads C Made repairs to older roads D Installed streetlights on roads connecting major cities 10 月语法 1.The musical comedy Oklahoma! did much to expand the potential of the musical stage, and it encouraged others to attempt (a)original themes (b)to original themes (c)that were original themes (d)how original themes 2.Despite its fishlike form, the whale is and will drown if submerged too long. (a)an animal breathes air that (b)an animal that breathes air (c)an animal breathes air (d)that an animal breathes air 3.The saguaro ,found in desert regions in the southwestern United States , cactus in the world. (a)is the largest (b)the largest (c)that is the largest (d)the largest that is a 4.It is said that United Stales literature individuality and identity in the twentieth century, after long imitation of European models. (a)was achieved (b)achieved (c)to achieve (d)achieving 5.Lucy Stone , first feminists in the United States ,helped organize the American Woman Suffrage Association in 1869. (a)the one (b)who was the (c)another (d)one of the 6 .,including climate, mineral content, and the permanency of surface water, wetlands may be mossy ,grassy , scrubby, or wooded. (a)Depending on many factors (b)Many factors depending on (c)Factors depending on many (d)On many factors depending (7)Duke Ellington's orchestra , his own often complex compositions, made many innovations in jazz. (a)he played (b)playing (c)that it played (d)was playing (8)The term "ice age" refers to any of several periods of time when glaciers covered considerably more of Earth's surface (a)as is today (b)than today is (c)than they do today (d)that today (9)From colonial times ,United States property owners agreed to tax themselves on the theory directly from services that the government could provide. (a)property owners benefited so that (b)why property owners benefited (c)that if property owners benefited (d)that property owners benefited (10)Helium is not flammable and ,next to hydrogen ,is (a)known the lightest gas (b)lightest the known gas (c)the lightest gas known (d)the known gas lightest (11)Wild eagles that survive to adulthood are believed from 20 to 30 years. (a)live (b)to live (c)they live (d)their living (12)Portland, ,is located primarily on two hilly peninsulas overlooking Casco Bay and its many island. (a)which Maine's largest city (b)Maine's largest city where (c)is Maine's largest city (d)Maine's largest city 13 .widely used in the chemical industry, sodium carbonate is principally consumed by the glass industry. (a)Despite (b)Whether (c)Though (d)Except for 14.Cells,first identified by the early microscopists, began to be considered in the nineteenth century. (a)them as microcosm of living organisms (b)the microcosm of living organisms (c)the microcosm of living organisms to be (d)as which ,the microcosm of living organisms 15.Like Jupiter, Saturn is a large ,gaseous planet composed of hydrogen and helium. (a)it is mostly (b)mostly (c)almost (d)both are almost 16.Bacterial cultures are used commercially in the preparation of food products such that yogurt ,sour cream ,and vinegar. 17.Anyone with absolute ,or perfect,pitch are able to identify by ear any note at some standard pitch or to sing a specified note at will. 18.Sea horses usually live along the shore among seaweed and other plants to which they cling to by their tails. 19.Babies have soft spots between the bones of their skulls ,which allowing for further growth. 20.T.S.Elot,who a poet ,playwright, literary critic ,and editor ,was a leader of the Modemist movement in poetry. 21.The Pacific Ocean comprises almost the entire boundary western of North and South America. 22.Established in 1948 ,the State University of New York is the singly largest university system in the United States. 23.Photography disseminates information about humanity and nature ,records the visible world, and extension human knowledge into areas the eye cannot penetrate. 24.Because of their rapidly changing economically fortunes, many frontier towns of the American West underwent spectacular fluctuations in population in the nineteenth century. 25.Virtually no disease exists today for which there is no drug that can be given ,neither to cure the disease or to alleviate its symptoms. 26.Calcium is essential for blood clotting ,for the action of certain enzymes, and for the normal contraction and relax of muscles. 27.The large collection of the Williams College Museum of Art includes ancient and medieval art ,but much exhibits are modern or contemporary. 28.The technique of spectroscopy allows analyst of incoming light after it has been separated into its component wavelengths by passage through a prism. . TÀI LIỆU LUYỆN THI TOEFL 10/ 2003 0310 托福真题 0310听力 1A She is younger than her sister . B. at close range, the only visible features are thin, kinked brown lines resembling cracks in an eggshell. And this analogy is not far off the mark. The surface

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