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2017年7月2日托福机经预测

  7月份共有四场托福考试,其中1号和2号两天的考试是相连的,所以今天津桥国际托福机经网将继续为大家献上7月2号的托福机经预测,希望对准备参加本次考试的考生有所帮助。

  2017年7月2日托福机经预测

  托福口语:

  第一套

  T1:Your university plans to provide another type of food to attract more students. What kind of food would you like the university cafeteria to add? Explain the reasons with examples and details.

  T2:Some people record the past by keeping a diary while others do nothing. Which way do you prefer?

  第二套

  T1:If you have a chance to study a form of art, which one would you like to learn? Sculpture, portrait painting or landscape painting. Please explain your choice with specific details.

  T2:Do you prefer to take adventures or you don't like adventures at all?

  托福听力:

  1. What is the purpose of the lecture?

  A. To explore the relationship between theater and other art forms

  B. To discuss an early-twentieth-century artistic movement

  C. To explain how current technology influences modern art

  D. To describe an effort to revive Futurist theater

  2. Why does the professor mention Neoclassicism?

  A. To imply that it shares some similarities with Italian Futurism

  B. To contrast its sources of inspiration with those of Italian Futurism

  C. To identify artistic movements that developed at the same time as Italian Futurism

  D. To give an example of a style of theater that had influenced Italian Futurism

  3. According to the professor, what are two features of the Italian

  Futurists' performances that reflected their artistic ideals?

  Click on 2 answers.

  A. Actors talking at varying speeds during their performances

  B. A wide variety of works performed in rapid succession

  C. Plays that were much shorter than traditional plays

  D. Works that were performed only one time

  4. According to the professor, what did simultaneity represent to Italian Futurists?

  A. The confusion and energy of their time

  B. The recurrence of themes found in traditional art forms

  C. The ability of people to communicate over distances

  D. The integration of old and new ideas

  5. What does the professor imply about audiences' reactions at performances by Italian Futurists?

  A. The reactions indicated an acceptance of Futurist ideals.

  B. The reactions varied widely from one performance to another.

  C. The reactions were not what the Futurists expected.

  D. The reactions were an intended result of the production.

  6. What does the professor mean when he says this:

  A. He does not agree with what the student said.

  B. The student made a point that he had intended to discuss.

  C. He expected the student to say something else.

  D. The student said something that he found humorous.

  本文是2017年7月2日托福机经预测

  托福阅读:

  类别:天文类 真题 140316CN-P2

  Title:Comets

  Comets are among the most interesting and unpredictable bodies in the solar system. They are made of frozen gases (water vapor, ammonia, methane, carbon dioxide, and carbon monoxide) that hold together small pieces of rocky and metallic materials. Many comets travel in very elongated orbits that carry them far beyond Pluto. These long-period comets take hundreds of thousands of years to complete a single orbit around the Sun. However, a few short-period comets (those having an orbital period of less than 200 years), such as Halley’s Comet, make a regular encounters with the inner solar system.

  When a comet first becomes visible from Earth, it appears very small, but as it approaches the Sun, solar energy begins to vaporize the frozen gases, producing a glowing head called the coma. The size of the coma varies greatly from one comet to another. Extremely rare ones exceed the size of the Sun, but most approximate the size of Jupiter. Within the coma, a small glowing nucleus with a

  diameter of only a few kilometers can sometimes be detected. As comets approach the Sun, some develop a tail that extends for millions of kilometers. Despite the enormous size of their tails and comas, comets are relatively small members of the solar system.

  The observation that the tail of a comet points away from the Sun in a slightly curved manner led early astronomers to propose that the Sun has a repulsive force that pushes the particles of the coma away, thereby forming the tail. Today, two solar forces are known to contribute to this formation. One, radiation pressure, pushes dust particles away from the coma. The second, known as solar wind, is responsible for moving the ionized gases, particularly carbon monoxide. Sometimes a single tail composed of both dust and ionized gases is produced, but often two tails—one of dust, the other, a blue streak of ionized gases—are observed.

  As a comet moves away from the Sun, the gases forming the coma recondense, the tail disappears, and the comet returns to distant space. Material that was blown from the coma to form the tail is lost from the comet forever. Consequently, it is believed that most comets cannot survive more than a few hundred close orbits of the Sun. Once all the gases are expelled, the remaining material—a swarm of tiny metallic and stony particles—continues the orbit without a coma or a tail.

  Comets apparently originate in two regions of the outer solar system. Most short-period comets are thought to orbit beyond Neptune in a region called the Kuiper belt, in honor of the astronomer Gerald Kuiper. During the past decade over a hundred of these icy bodies have been discovered. Most Kuiper

  belt comets move in nearly circular orbits that lie roughly in the same plane as the planets. A chance collision between two comets, or the gravitational influence of one of the Jovian planets— Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune—may occasionally alter the orbit of a comet in these regions enough to send it to the inner solar system and into our view.

  Unlike short-period comets, long-period comets have elliptical orbits that are not confined to the plane of the solar system. These comets appear to be distributed in all directions from the Sun, forming a spherical shell around the solar system, called the Oort cloud, after the Dutch astronomer Jan Oort. Millions of comets are believed to orbit the Sun at distances greater than 10,000 times the Earth-Sun distance. The gravitational effect of a distant passing star is thought to send an occasional Oort cloud comet into a highly eccentric orbit that carries it toward the Sun. However, only a tiny portion of the Oort cloud comets have orbits that bring them into the inner solar system.

  The most famous short-period comet is Halley’s Comet, named after English astronomer Edmond Halley. Its orbital period averages 76 years, and every one of its 30 appearances since 240 B.C. has been recorded by Chinese astronomers. When seen in 1910, Halley’s Comet had developed a tail nearly 1.6 million kilometers (1 million miles) long and was visible during daylight hours. Its

  most recent approach occurred in 1986.

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  Comets are among the most interesting and unpredictable bodies in the solar system. They are made of frozen gases (water vapor, ammonia, methane, carbon dioxide, and carbon monoxide) that hold together small pieces of rocky and metallic materials. Many comets travel in very elongated orbits that carry them far beyond Pluto. These long-period comets take hundreds of thousands of years to complete a single orbit around the Sun. However, a few short-period comets (those having an orbital period of less than 200 years), such as Halley’s Comet, make a regular encounters with the inner solar system.

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  托福写作:

  1.Do you agree or disagree with the following statement? People now can better protect the environment than they could in the past.

  2.Do you agree or disagree with the following statement?The ability to maintain a small number of friends for a long time is more important to happiness than the ability to make new friends easily.

  3.Do you agree or disagree with the statement? It is better to make friends who are intelligent than with a good sense of humor.

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