www.98455.com,  Conversation 2 转校生

  W: Good morning Mr。 Lee。 May I have a minute of ur time。

  M: Sure Catherine。 What can I do for u。

  W: I‘m quite anxious about transferring over to ur college。 I’m afraid I won‘t fit in。

  M: Don‘t worry Catherine。 It’s completely normal for u to be nervous about transferring schools。 This happens to many transfer students。

  W: Yes I know, but I‘m unger than most of the students in my year。 And that worries me a lot。

  M: Well u may be the only unger one in ur year but u know, we have a lot of after-school activities u can join in。 And so, this way u‘ll be able to meet new friends of different age groups。

  W: That‘s nice。 I love games and hobby groups。

  M: I‘m sure u do。 So u’ll be just fine。 Don‘t worry so much and try to make the most of what we have on offer here。 Also, remember that u can come to me anytime of the day if u need help。

  W: Thanks so much。 I definitely feel better now。 As a matter of fact, I‘ve already contacted one of the girls who’d be living in the same house as me and she seemed really nice。 I guess living on campus I‘ll have a chance to have a closer circle of friends since we’ll be living together。

澳门新萄京客户端下载,  M: All students are very friendly with new arrivals。 Let me check who would be living with u in ur flat。 OK。 There are Hannah, Kelly and Bree。 Bree is also a new student here like u。 I‘m sure u two will have more to share with each other。

  Q12。 Why does Katherine feel anxious?

  Q13。 What does Mr。 Lee encourage Katherine to do?

  Q14。 what does Mr。 Lee promise to do for Catherine?

  Q15。 What do we learn about Catherine’s schoolmate Bree?

  W:李先生早上好。我可以给你一点时间。 M:肯定凯瑟琳。我能为你做什么。 W:我很担心转入你的大学。恐怕我不适合。 M:别担心凯瑟琳。你转学很紧张是完全正常的。这发生在许多转学生身上。 W:是的,我知道,但我比我一年中的大多数学生都年轻。这让我很担心。 M:那么你可能是你一年中唯一年轻的一个,但是你知道,我们有很多你可以加入的课后活动。所以,这样你就可以结识不同年龄段的新朋友。 W:很好。我喜欢游戏和爱好团体。 M:我相信你会。所以你会很好。不要太担心,尽量充分利用我们在这里提供的信息。另外,请记住,如果您需要帮助,您可以在任何时候来找我。 W:非常感谢。我现在感觉好多了。事实上,我已经联系过和我一样住在同一栋房子里的女孩,她看起来真的很好。我想住在校园里,因为我们会一起生活,所以我会有机会结交更多的朋友。 M:所有的学生都对新来港定居人士非常友善。让我检查你的公寓里有谁和你住在一起。好。有Hannah,Kelly和Bree。布里也是一位像你这样的新生。我相信你们俩会有更多的分享对方。

  Q12。 为什么凯瑟琳感到焦虑?

www.98455.com所以你会很好。  Q13。 李先生鼓励凯瑟琳做什么?

  Q14。 李先生答应为凯瑟琳做些什么?

  Q15。 我们对凯瑟琳的同学布瑞有什么了解?

www.98455.com所以你会很好。  PSG 1

  Passage1 饥饿的影响

  Have you ever felt like you would do just about anything to satisfy your hunger? A new study in mice may help to explain why hunger can feel like such a powerful motivating force。 In the study, researchers found that hunger outweighed other physical drives including fear, thirst and social needs to determine which feeling won out。 The researchers did a series of experiments。

  In one experiment。 The mice were both hungry and thirsty。 When given the choice of either eating food or drinking water, the mice went for the food the researchers found。 However, when the mice were well-fed but thirsty they opted to drink according to the study。

www.98455.com所以你会很好。  In the second experiment meant to pit the mice’s hunger against their fear。 Hungry mice were placed in a cage that had certain Fox centered areas and other places that smelled safer。 In other words, not like an animal that could eat them but also had food。 It turned out that when the mice were hungry they ventured into the unsafe areas for food。 But when the mice were well-fed they stayed in areas of the cage that were considered safe。 Hunger also outweighed the mice‘s social needs, the researchers found。 Mice are usually social animals and prefer to be in the company of other mice according to the study。 When the mice were hungry they opted to leave the company of other mice to go get food。

  Q16。 What is the researchers’ purpose in carrying out the Su‘s experiments with mice?(标红的位置没听清)

  Q17。 In what circumstances do mice venture into unsafe areas?

  Q18。 What is said about mice at the end of the passage?




  Q16。 研究人员进行实验的目的是什么?(标红的位置没听清)

  Q17。 老鼠在什么情况下冒险进入不安全的地区?

  Q18。 关于通道末尾的老鼠说什么?

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