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TPO听力题目WhatistheconversationmainlyaboutAWhatthedeadlinetoregisterforJapaneseclassisBWhyaclassthewomanchosemaynotbesuitableforherCHowthewomancanfixanunexpectedproblemwithherclassscheduleDHowfirstyearstudentcangetapermissiontotakeanextraclassWhydoesthemantellthewomanthatJapaneseclassesarepopularAToimplythatJapaneseclassesareunlikelytobecancelledBToexplainwhythewomanshouldhaveregisteredfortheclasssoonerCToencouragethewomantoconsidertakingJapaneseDToconvincethewomantowaituntilthesemestertotakeaJapaneseclassWhydosethemanaskthewomanifsheregisteredforclasssonlineAToexplainthatsheshouldhaveregisteredattheregistrar'sofficeBTofindoutifthereisarecordofherregistrationinthecomputerCTosuggestamoreefficientwaytoregisterforclassDTodetermineifshereceivedconfirmationofherregistrationWhatdoesthemansuggestthewomandoClickonanswersAPuthernameonawaitinglistBGettheprofessortosignaformgrantingherpermissiontotaketheclassCIdentifyacourseshecouldtakeinsteadofJapaneseDSpeaktotheheadofJapanesedepartmentWhatdoesthemanimplywhenhepointsoutthatthewomanisafirstyearstudentAThewomanhasregisteredfortoomanyclassesBThewomanshouldnotbeconcernedifshecannotgetintotheJapaneseclassCThewomanshouldnotregisterforadvancedlevelJapaneseclassesyetDThewomanshouldonlytakerequiredclassesatthistimeWhatdoestheprofessormainlydiscussACausesofsoildiversityinoldgrowthforestsBTheresultofarecentresearchstudyinaMichiganforestCTheimpactofpedodiversityontheforestgrowthDHowforestmanagementaffectssoildiversityAccordingtotheprofessor,inwhatwayisthesoilinforestedareasgenerallydifferentfromsoilinotherareasAInforestedareas,thesoiltendstobewarmerandmoisterBInforestedareas,thechemistryofthesoilchangesmorerapidlyCInforestedareas,thereisusuallymorevariabilityinsoiltypesDInforestedareas,thereisgenerallymoreacidinthesoilWhatdoestheprofessorsuggestedarethethreemaincausesofpedodiversityintheoldgrowthhardwoodforestsshediscussesClickonanswersATheuprootingoftreesBTheexistenceofgapsCCurrentforestmanagementpracticesDDiversityoftreespeciesEChangesinclimateconditionsWhydoestheprofessormentionradiationfromthesunATopointoutwhypitsandmoundshavesoilswithunusualpropertiesBToindicatethereasonsometreespeciesthriveinMichiganwhileothersdonotCTogiveanexampleofafactorthatcannotbeproducedinforestmanagementDTohelpexplaintheeffectsofforestgapsonsoilWhydoestheprofessorconsiderpedodiversityanimportantfieldofresearchAIthaschallengedfundamentalideasaboutplantecologyBIthasledtosignificantdiscoveriesinotherfieldsCIthasimplicationsforforestmanagementDItisanareaofstudythatisoftenmisunderstoodWhydoestheprofessorgivethestudentsanarticletoreadATohelpthemunderstandtherelationshipbetweenforestdynamicsandpedodiversityBTohelpthemunderstandhowtoapproachanassignmentCToprovidethemwithmoreinformationonpitsandmoundsDToprovidethemwithmoreexposuretoacontroversialaspectofpedodiversityWhatisthemainpurposeofthelectureAToexplainhowmusicianscanperformsuccessfullyintheatresandconcerthallswithpooracousticsBToexplainhowthedesignoftheatresandconcerthallshaschangedovertimeCTodiscussdesignfactorsthataffectsoundinaroomDTodiscussamethodtomeasurethereverberationtimeofaroomAccordingtothelecture,whatwereSabines'scontributionstoarchitecturalacousticsClickonanswersAHefoundedthefieldofarchitecturalacousticsBHedevelopedanimportantformulaformeasuringaroom'sreverberationtimeCHerenewedarchitects'interestinancienttheatresDHeprovidedsupportforusingestablishedarchitecturalprinciplesinthedesignofconcerthallsAccordingtotheprofessor,whatislikelytohappenifaroomhasaverylongreverberationtimeAPerformerswillhavetomakeanefforttobelouderBSoundwillnotbescatteredinalldirectionsCOldersoundswillinterferewiththeperceptionofnewsoundsDOnlypeopleinthecenteroftheroomwillbeabletohearclearlyWhydoestheprofessormentionapianorecitalClickonanswersAToillustratethatdifferentkindsofperformancesrequireroomswithdifferentreverberationtimesBTodemonstratethatthesizeoftheinstrumentcanaffectitsacousticpropertiesCTociteatypeofperformancesuitableforarectangularconcerthallDToexemplifythatthereverberationtimeofaroomisrelatedtoitssizeAccordingtotheprofessor,whatpurposedowalldecorationsinolderconcerthallsserveATheymakesoundinthehallreverberatelongerBTheydistributethesoundmoreevenlyinthehallCTheymakelargehallslooksmallerandmoreintimateDTheydisguisestructuralchangesmadetoimprovesoundqualityListenagaintopartofthelecturethenanswerthequestionWhydoestheprofessorsaythisATofindoutifstudentshaveunderstoodhispointBToindicatethathewillconcludethelecturesoonCTointroduceafactorcontradictinghispreviousstatementDToaddemphasistohispreviousstatementWhydoesthestudentgotoseetheprofessorAToexplainwhyhemayneedtohandinanassignmentlateBTogetinstructionsonhowtocompleteanassignmentCTodiscussatypeofmusichisclassisstudyingDToaskifhecanchoosethemusictowriteaboutinalisteningjournalWhatdoesthestudentdescribeaschallengingAComparingcontemporarymusictoearliermusicalformsBUnderstandingthemeaningofsongsthatarenotwritteninEnglishCFindingthetimetolistentomusicoutsideofclassDWritingcriticallyaboutmusicalworksWhydoesthestudentmentionhiphopmusicATocontrastthewaysherespondstofamiliarandunfamiliarmusicBTohelpexplainwhyhesignedupfortheprofessor'scourseCTopointoutitssimilaritiestomusicintroducedinthecourseDTogiveanexampleofmusicthatfeaturesrepeatingrhythmsAccordingtotheprofessor,whataretwocharacteristicsofthemusicalformthatclassiscurrentlystudyingClickonanswersAThesongsaresunginalowvoiceBThesongshaveinfluencedothermusicalstylesCThesongsareaboutserioustopicsDThesongwereneverwrittendownWhatcanbeinferredabouttheprofessorattheendoftheconversationASheintendstoprovideallherstudentswithadditionalinformationabouttheassignmentBSheisconcernedthatthestudentmaynotbesuccessfulintheclassCSheunderstandsthatthestudenthaslessexperienceplayingmusicthanwritingaboutitDSheishappythatmoststudentsintheclasswereabletofollowherinstructionsWhatisthemainpurposeofthelectureAToexplainthemethodusedtodateCloviscachesBTocomparetwodifferenttypesofCloviscachesCTodiscusspossibleinterpretationsofCloviscachesDToshowhowcachesindicatetheroutetraveledbytheClovispeopleWhatdoestheprofessorimplywhenshementionsadebateaboutwhentheClovispeoplearrivedinAmericaAAnarrivaldateofyearsagoisaacceptableforthepurposeofthelectureBAnarrivaldateofyearsagoisinconsistentwithsomeaspectsofCloviscultureCOnlyafewarchaeologistsbelievethearrivaldateismuchearlierthanyearsagoDThedebateaboutthearrivaldateoftheClovispeoplehasrecentlybeensettledAccordingtothelecture,whatisthetraditionalexplanationforCloviscachesATheyweresupplieskeptinstorageforfutureuseBTheywerevaluableitemsforthetradingwithothergroupsCTheywerecarvedobjectsthatservedasmapsDTheywereformsofcommunicationAccordingtothelecture,whatisindicatedbythesizeofthepointsfoundinsomeCloviscachesAMethodsoftoolmakingvariedbetweendifferentClovisgroupsBTheClovispeoplemadeavarietyoftoolsfordifferentpurposesCThepointsmaynothavebeenfunctionaltoolsDThelargerpointsmadetheClovispeople'sspearsmoreeffectiveWhatweretwocharacteristicsoftoolsfoundinCloviscachesClickonanswersATheyweremadelaterthanotherClovidtoolsBTheywereskillfullymadeCTheywerecarvedwithparticularsymbolsDTheyweremadeofthebestpiecesofstoneAccordingtothealternativehypothesistheprofessormentions,whymighttheClovispeoplehaveburiedcachesAToindicatethattheyweretheownersofthelandBTopassculturalknowledgetofuturegenerationsCTorecognizethataplacehadaspecialmeaningDTogiveanametoaparticularareWhatisthemainpurposeofthelectureATohelpstudentsunderstandwhatisrequiredtolaunchasatelliteBTodescribenewmaterialsnowbeingusetoexplorespaceCTodescribeapotentialtechnologyforspaceexplorationDToshowhowideasfromsciencefictionoftendevelopintoactualtechnologiesWhydoesthestudentmentionclimbingaladderATodemonstratehisfamiliaritywithcertainnewtypesoftechnologyBTomakesureheunderstandsthepointtheprofessorismakingCToraiseanobjectiontotheprofessor'sclaimsaboutescapevelocityDToprovideahumorousexamplefortheotherstudents'amusementWhatdoestheprofessorimplyaboutusingcarbonnanotubesinthedevelopmentofspaceelevatorsACurrenttechnologyisgoodenoughtomakespaceelevatorsevenwithoutnanotubesBWedonotyethavethetechnologytobindnanotubestogetherinaribbonCNanotubecableswouldnotberigidenoughtosupportanelevatorcarDNanotubesarethekindsofmaterialsthatwillbeneededifspaceelevatorsareevertobebuiltAccordingtotheprofessor,whatisthesignificanceofhavingasatelliteinorbitaboutkilometersaboveEarth'ssurfaceAThisisthephysicallimitofthelengththatacarbonnanotubecablecouldreachBAsatelliteorbitingatthisheightcanremaindirectlyaboveonelocationonEarthCEarth'sgravitationalfieldistooweaktoholdasatelliteinorbitathigheraltitudesDThedistancearoundEarth'sequatorisapproximatelykilometersWhydoesthementionsthewriterArthurCClarkeATouseacommentmadebyClarkeasawayofansweringastudent’squestionBTofamiliarizestudentswithClarke'sideasonspaceengineeringCTociteaprominentopponentoftheideaofspaceelevatorsDtopointoutthatClarkewroteaboutcarbonnanotubetechnologylongbeforeitbecamearealityListenagaintopartoftheconversationthenanswerthequestionWhatcanbeinferredabouttheprofessorwhenhesaysthisAheisenjoyinganopportunitytomakehisstudentslaughBheisdisappointedthatnoneofthisstudentsthoughtofthisideathemselvesChewantshisstudentstoseriouslyconsideranideatheymightfindsurprisingDhehasspentagreatdealoftimeresearchingtheideathatheisnowpresenting

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