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    類型視聽說3 unit1-unit5練習答案

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    1、Activity 61 (c) 2 (b) 3 (c) 4 (c) 5 (a) Activity 71 250. 2 36. 3 Two square metres. 4 Thirty per cent of the cost of building or rebuilding their home.3 During the mating season. 4 When theyre on a crowded street or crowded bus. 5 Shed be very angry and tell them to move. 6 Maybe throw a little sand

    2、 in their face and make them move. 7 Move his towel next to them and start a conversation. 8 People can get a lot more aggressive. 9 Shes waiting until someone wants her parking space.Activity 31 (b) 2 (c) 3 (c) 4 (d) 5 (a) Activity 51 He pulls into the parking space that the producer left. 2 Becaus

    3、e he was waiting first. 3 Anger management counselling. 4 Because the radio is on. 5 A hearing problem. 6 He would beep the horn, roll down the window and should very rude things at them. 7 She would yell out the window and tell them to move. 8 In order to survive.Activity 67-1-4-14-11-12-5-6-8-2-9-

    4、13-3-10Listening inPassage 1Listening and understandingActivity 2performance of effective groups sum of individuals1930s Elton Mayo discovered “Hawthorne effect”.Being in a study improves productivity regardless of other factors.Personal identity, self-esteem and social context in which group works

    5、improve performance.1960s Tuckman described stages of a group1 Forming: individuals get to know each other2 Storming: Individuals share ideas3 Norming: Group identity forms.4 Performing: Group works together.Activity 31 (c) 2 (a) 3 (e) 4 (g) 5 (f) 6 (d) 7 (h) 8 (b)Passage 2Listening and understandin

    6、g6 the number of years for a cultivated species of mango to bear fruitUnit 5Inside viewConversation 1Activity 2 1 Cantonese food. 2 Indian and Chinese. 3 Life in Chinatown and a bit of background and history. 4 Very few. 5 Its much smaller. 6 Only three or four streets.Activity 31 (d) 2 (g) 3 (f) 4

    7、(a) 5 (b) 6 (c) 7 (e)Conversation 2Activity 51 So where do you call home? 2 So how long has there been a Chinese community in London? 3 And how did they make their living? 4 And why did Chinatown move over here? 5 And does it still feel like a traditional Chinese community?Activity 61 (d) 2 (b) 3 (c

    8、) 4 (b) 5 (a)Activity 71 I guess this is home2 how long has there been 3 When the Chinese first came to4 they were also famous for 5 At the start of the 20th century 6 from all over London 7 And does it still feel like8 along with the ChineseActivity 8 Everyday English1 (b) 2 (b) 3 (a) 4 (b) 5 (b)Ou

    9、tside viewActivity 21 Its peaceful and quiet and just the place to relax. 2 They fight. 5-3-2-10-4-1-8-9-7-6Activity 51 inventions 2 develop and test 3 helped them understand and study4 the shapes of different wings 5 made the front steady 6 controllable 7 distance and duration 8 1,000 test flights9

    10、 flew the first powered airplaneListening inPassage 1Listening and understandingActivity 2 1 Office-based jobs. 2 People are putting on weight. 3 Its caused by long periods spent sitting at the computer. 4 They ensure staff are sitting correctly at their computers and taking breaks. 5 Several factor

    11、s: lack of air and light, a lot of electronic devices and air-conditioning systems. 6 Installing better lighting and ventilation, increasing the number of plants and encouraging employees to take breaks.Activity 31 18 per cent 2 40 per cent 3 one fifth / 20 per cent 4 over a million 5 30 per centPas

    12、sage 2Listening and understandingActivity 6The true statements are: 2, 7 and 8.Activity 71 the percentage of the worlds farmland that is managed intensively2 the percentage of flowering plants that need to be pollinated in order to bear fruit3 the number of commercially grown crops that need honey b

    13、ees4 the number of bees released by farmers in California to pollinate their almond trees5 the number of years for a wild species of mango to bear fruit1 (b) 2 (d) 3 (a) 4 (b) 5 (b)Activity 41 Popular events. 2 The essential guide to going out and staying in. 3 He wants them to plan something for th

    14、e London Video Games Festivals. 4 Yes. 5 To plan the feature. Conversation 2Activity 61 The rise of e-book readers. 2 The advantage is you never run out of things to read. 3 He complains that someone is using a mobile phone and he is picking up the signal in the other studio. 4 She feels that she ke

    15、eps making a mess of things. 5 How technology is changing so fast. 6 Because Joe started the recording before Andy had time to adjust the sound level.Activity 71 Theyre not really like 2 But the trouble is 3 the great thing about them is 4 there is nothing quite like5 more text messages than 6 its m

    16、y fault 7 Just ignore himActivity 8 Everyday English1 (a) 2 (b) 3 (b) 4 (a) 5 (b) 6 (b)Outside viewActivity 21 (b) 2 (c) 3 (b) 4 (c) 5 (d) 6 (d)Activity 31wax and feathers 2 got off the ground 3 thrust, lift and control 4 Thrust 5 its tail 6 provide lift, control and thrust, and be light enough.Acti

    17、vity 4 7 She tries to capture something about the soul of the person.8 It represents the process of decay.Listening inPassage 1Activity 21 Seeing the show Nanta.2 A live show that is part theatre, part dance and part music.3 The music is a mixture of traditional Korean music, percussion and drums.4

    18、In 1997.5 Because its a non-verbal performance.6 In a kitchen.7 Knives, kitchen utensils and dustbin lids.8 Random drumming.Activity 3The true statements are: 2, 4 and 7.Activity 6art gallery Tate Modern MoMA Guggenheimcity London New York Bilbaoyear opened 2000 1929, reopened 20061997admission fee

    19、free 20 dollars 8 eurosannual number of visitors4.5 million 2.5 million 1 millionphoto 2 1 3Activity 71 (a) 2 (c) 3 (d) 4 (c) 5 (b)Unit 4Inside viewConversation 1Activity 21 Janets friend Tony. 2 As part of their series on ethnic restaurants. 3 The London Video Games Festival in Trafalgar Square. 4

    20、Very popular. 100,000 people attended last year. 5 They put up a huge tent where people can try out new video games. 6 Because its very popular.Activity 38 Hurry upActivity 8 Everyday English1 (b) 2 (b) 3 (a) 4 (a) 5 (a) 6 (a)Outside viewActivity 2The true statements are: 1, 5, 7, 9 and 10.Activity

    21、31 most famous painting2 broke all the rules 3 looking directly at 4 a sense of movement5 indicated a real place 6 what is she trying to say 7 covered up one side of her face8 were the subject 9 seemed happier 10 the mystery about her 11 line up between 12 tell a storyActivity 41 Anne 2 Scott 3 Scot

    22、t 4 Scott 5 Anne 6 Scott 7 Scott 8 Anne 9 Scott 10 Anne11 Scott 12 AnneActivity 51 They both tell stories.2 He is also the character, or performer of the images.3 She is trying to capture a deeper essence of a person.4 Using a pinhole camera which requires a very long exposure.5 On the reflections o

    23、n the water and the face of the boy.6 With string.3 Because she wanted to go home and she couldnt get her coat on.4 Because they used to fight.5 Because she had short blonde hair.6 Because shed had some good times.7 Because he wanted to get a job and earn money.Unit 3Inside viewActivity 21 He worked

    24、 in a theatre. 2 He moved the scenery between acts in the play. 3 My Fair Lady. 4 To find out where Andy and Janet are / to check if they are going to be late.5 He is a theatre critic. 6 The sound levels.Activity 31 Janet 2 Janet 3 Andy 4 Andy 5 Joe 6 Andy 7 Joe 8 Andy 9 Janet 10 JoeActivity 4 The t

    25、rue statements are: 2, 3, 4 and 5.Activity 61 (b) 2 (c) 3 (d) 4 (c) 5 (a)Activity 71 has just been to see 2 Can you tell me something about it 3 Tell me more about 4 It sounds very unusual5 So its family entertainment6 did I do something wrong? 7 Did you remember to Activity 41 (d), (g)2 (e) 3 (c) 4

    26、 (f) 5 (a) 6 (b)Activity 51 (d) 2 (a) 3 (b) 4 (b) 5 (a)Listening inPassage 1Listening and understandingActivity 21 her husband 2 a church (in the distance) 3 her aunt (and uncle) 4 a farm 5 two (the speaker and her brother) 6 14 7 20 yearsActivity 31 (c) 2 (b) 3 (a) 4 (c) 5 (d) 6 (a)Passage 2Listeni

    27、ng and understandingActivity 63-5-1-4-6-2Activity 71 Kevin 2 Eva 3 Eva 4 Kevin 5 Eva 6 Kevin 7 EvaActivity 81 Because he thought it would make him grown-up.2 Because he was lying on the floor screaming.6 in the 1960sActivity 41 Shes really impressed.2 Because they couldnt go under London Bridge.3 Ju

    28、st this side of London Bridge.4 He remembers that many of the buildings were still damaged from the war.5 They used to take you to hospital, because the river was so polluted.6 Its one of the cleanest city rivers in the world.Conversation 2Activity 5 Students own answersActivity 61 (b) 2 (b) 3 (b) 4

    29、 (d) 5 (d) 6 (a)Activity 71 The thing about 2 Its amazing3 Let me see4 Anyway, where was I5 You were telling me about 6 Thats fascinating7 Let me thinkActivity 8 Everyday English1 (b) 2 (a) 3 (b) 4 (b) 5 (b)Outside viewActivity 24-3-6-1-5-2Activity 31 where there is war 2 go to school 3 working in 1

    30、57 countries 4 has never known peace5 bringing medicine 6 get an education 7 40,000 kids 8 girls were not allowed9 50 per cent 10 running the school for 12 yearsPassage 2Activity 61 Joan is an academic counsellor.2 School students.3 Because their choices of subject is likely to have an impact on the

    31、ir future careers.4 IT.5 No. Activity 71 personal strengths and weaknessespersonality traitsthings you likeWhat subjects are you good at?Are you organized and self-disciplined?Are you confident and outgoing?Do you like working in a team or working alone? 2choice of major subjects impacts on future c

    32、areercheck: which subjects will help get into a particular area of workwhich uni strong in your chosen fielddepartments links to related industries and leading companies3IT at respected uni vs vocational focusbrightest graduates get jobs in leading IT companies:route for high-flyersmainstream career

    33、 consider practical, transferable workplace skills and graduate recruitment levelsUnit 2Inside viewConversation 1Activity 2 The true statements are: 2, 3 and 5.Activity 31 Southwark 2 120 years old 3 three or four times a day4 not so often 5 in the late 1980s and 90s Activity 7 Everyday English1 (b)

    34、 2 (b) 3 (b) 4 (a) 5 (a) 6 (b)Activity 8 Students own answersOutside viewActivity 24-5-1-3-2Activity 31 (b) 2 (c) 3 (c) 4 (a) 5 (a) Activity 51 (d) (f) (b) 2 (e) (a) 3 (g) 4 (c)Activity 61 So that they learn something about themselves.2 It can lead to a higher self-consciousness.3 It can lead to hap

    35、piness.4 A strengthening of the personality.5 Who am I as a person? Am I really happy?6 He thinks students can get indications of happiness from teachers.7 Happiness scientists.8 They dont write definitions on the board.Listening inPassage 1Activity 2 1 (c) 2 (d) 3 (a) 4 (b)Activity 31 tolerant / ro

    36、unded 2 close to / stand up3 beauty / generosity 4 an opportunity / beyond the one 5 behaved / selfish 6 pretend / see through 7 arrived in / had to help8 difficult time / a huge amount ofLS3 Answer Key(unit1-unit5 )Unit 1Inside viewConversation 1Activity 21 Janet is not going home to China. 2 Its t

    37、he middle of summer.3 Janet is going to work for London Time Off, a website about London. 4 Joe is Janets boss. 5 Janet doesnt know what she is going to do. 6 Joe and Andy dont agree that New York is the greatest city.Activity 31 Janet 2 Andy and Joe 3 Andy 4 Janet 5 Joe 6 Joe 7 Joe 8 AndyActivity 4

    38、1 Janet wants to find out what living in London is like. 2 Today.3 Joe doesnt agree with Andy. 4 Its not as great a city as London. 5 She thinks its busy and lively, and probably the greatest city in the world.Activity 55-6-2-3-8-7-4-1Conversation 2Activity 61 dont mind my asking 2 He drives me crazy 3 What do you mean by 4 Its the last thing 5 we check out new events 6 the musicians or the actors 7 Can I ask you something else? 8 weve got an interview to do 9 supposed to be on his way

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