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Male Student: But what do you think Doctor Zoller?Female Professor: Well, I think yeah! Soon we'll be able to accomplish new thingsin neuroscience and in the field of medicine as we gain a deeper understandingof how the brain works. Does anyone have other questions? No? We'll move on
托福在线练习top.zhan.com最海量的题库最真实的模拟to other types of glial cells then.题目:(答案用红色标出):1. What does the professor mainly discuss?(A) The role glial cells played in human intelligence(B) How two types of brain cells were discovered(C) How the understanding of glial cells has changed(D) The history of brain cell research2. Historically, what did researchers assume was the main purpose of glial cells?(A)They support the needs of neurons.(B) They repair brain damages.(C) They exchange information with neurons.(D) They determine the strength and works of communication.3. Early brain research focused on neurons. What does the professor imply wasthe result of this emphasis?(A) New method was found to treat injured brain cells.(B) Little research was done on glial cells.(C) Communication between glial cells and neurons was established.(D) The definition of neurons was confirmed.4. According to the professor, what discovery allowed scientists to gain a betterunderstanding of the role of glial cells?(A) They function in all parts of the brain.(B) There are different types of glial cells in the brain.(C) Their number increase throughout human life.(D) They communicate through chemical signals.Listen again to part of the lecture then answer the question.And when the electrical signals reach a contact point then a message is sent offto another neuron. And I guess an interesting thing about neurons is that...Female Professor: Yes, exactly! That's fine Bernard.5. What does the professor imply when she says this:“Yes, exactly! That's fine Bernard."(A) That the student did not understand her question(B) That the student's answer is complete
托福在线练习top.zhan.com最海量的题库最真实的模拟(C) That the student did not know the correct answer(D) That the student was too shy to respond to her question6. What does the professor imply when she says this:“I think there's a lot of opportunity in glial cells research, especially a few yearsfrom now when you folks graduate. As I see it the field is really opening up. "(A) Student should consider glial cells research as a career.(B) Student needs to learn more about glial cells in order to graduate.(C) More research results of glial cells will be revealed soon.(D) They are going to perform some field study on glial cells.听力经典加试6Title:英国浪漫主义诗歌(lectureListen to part of a lecture in a Literature class. The professor has been discussing18th and 19th century poetry.Male Professor: Before we end, I want to say a few words about your readings fornext class, which is a selection of poems by William Wordsworth. I'd like to talk abit about Wordsworth's poetry, really, his vision, his ideas about poetry. NowWordsworth is best known for his lyrical and dramatic poems. On the surfacethey're about common objects, ordinary situations. He wrote about his sisterDorothy, about nature, rainbows, birds, daffodils ... the beauty of nature. He wroteabout simple rural people, who represented, he connected rural life with the truthabout human nature, what it means to be human, what humans heed forhappiness. There was something about nature and about rural life that was

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