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TPO听力题目WhatistheconversationmainlyaboutACriticismsaboutDewey'spoliticalphilosophyBMethodsofleadingadiscussiongroupCRecentchangesmadetoareferencedocumentDProblemswiththeorganizationofapaperWhyisthestudentlateforhismeetingASeeingthedoctortooklongerthanexpectedBNonearbyparkingspaceswereavailableCHissoccerpracticelastedlongerthanusualDHehadproblemsprintinghispaperWhatrevisionsdoesthestudentneedtomaketohispaperClickonanswersADescribetheinfluencesonDeweyinmoredetailBExpandtheintroductorybiographicalsketchCRemoveunnecessarycontentthroughoutthepaperDUseconsistentreferencethroughoutthepaperEAddanexplanationonDewey'sviewofindividualityWhydoestheprofessormentionthepoliticalscienceclubAToencouragethestudentrunforclubpresidentBTopointoutthatJohnDeweywasamemberofasimilarclubCTosuggestanactivitythatmightinterestthestudentDToindicatewherethestudentcangethelpwithhispaperWhydoestheprofessorsaythisATofindouthowmanydraftsthestudentwroteBToencouragethestudenttoreviewhisownworkCToemphasizetheneedforthestudenttofollowtheguidelinesDToproposeadifferentsolutiontotheproblemWhatisthelecturemainlyaboutATheimportanceofLocke'sviewtomodernphilosophicalthoughtBHowDescartes'viewinfluencetrendsinwesternphilosophyCHowtwophilosophersviewedfoundationalknowledgeclaimsDThedifferencebetweenfoundationalismandmethodologicaldoubtWhydoestheprofessormentionahouseAToexplainanideaabouttheorganizationofhumanknowledgeBToillustratetheunreliabilityofourperceptionofphysicalobjectsCToclarifythedifferencebetweentwopointsofviewaboutthebasisofhumanknowledgeDToremindthestudentofapointhemadeaboutDescartesinapreviouslectureWhatdidLockebelievetobethemostbasictypeofhumanknowledgeAKnowledgeofone'sownexistenceBKnowledgeacquiredthroughthesensesCKnowledgehumanarebornwithDKnowledgepasseddownfrompreviousgenerationsAccordingtotheprofessor,whatisDecartespurposeforusingmethodologicaldoubtATodiscoverwhatcanbeconsideredfoundationalknowledgeclaimsBTochallengethephilosophicalconceptoffoundationalismCToshowthatone'sexistencecannotbeprovenDTodemonstratethatLocke'sviewswereessentiallycorrectForDecartes,whatwasthesignificanceofdreamingAHebelievedthathisbestideascametohimindreamsBHeregardeddreamingasthestrongestproofthathumansexistCDreamingsupportshiscontentionthatrealityhasmanyaspectsDDreamingillustrateswhyhumanexperienceofrealitycannotalwaysbetrustedAccordingtoDecartes,whatkindofbeliefshouldserveasfoundationforallotherknowledgeclaimsAAbeliefthatisconsistentwithwhatoneseesandhearsBAbeliefthatmostotherpeopleshareCAbeliefthatonehasheldsincechildhoodDAbeliefthatcannotbefalseWhatisthemainpurposeofthelectureAToshowthatsomebirdshavecognitiveskillssimilartothoseofprimatesBToexplainhowthebrainsofcertainprimatesandbirdsevolvedCTocomparethedifferentteststhatmeasurethecognitiveabilitiesofanimalsDTodescribeastudyoftherelationshipbetweenbrainsizeandcognitiveabilityWhengivingmagpiesthemirrormarktest,whydidresearchersplacethemarkonthemagpies'throatsAThroatmarkingstriggeraggressivebehavioursinothermagpiesBThroatmarkingsareextremelyrareinmagpiesCMagpiescannotseetheirownthroatswithoutlookingintoamirrorDMagpiescannoteasilyremoveamarkfromtheirthroatsAccordingtotheprofessor,somecorvidsareknowntohidetheirsfoodWhatreasonsdoessheprovideforthisbehaviourClickonanswersATheyareensuringthattheywillhavefoodtoeatatalaterpointintimeBTheywanttokeeptheirfoodinasinglelocationthattheycaneasilydefendCTheyhavebeenconditionedtoexhibitthistypeofbehaviourDTheymaybeprojectingtheirbehaviouraltendenciesontoothercorvidsWhatistheprofessor'sattitudetowardthestudyonpigeonsandmirrorselfrecognitionASheissurprisedthatthestudieshavenotbeenreplicatedBShebelievesthestudy'sfindingsarenotverymeaningfulCSheexpectsthatfurtherstudieswillshowsimilarresultsDShethinksthatitconfirmswhatisknowaboutmagpiesandjaysWhatdoestheprofessorimplyaboutanimalsthatexhibitmirrorselfrecognitionATheacquiredthisabilitythroughrecentevolutionarychangesBTheyarenotnecessarilymoreintelligentthanotheranimalsCTheirbrainsallhaveanidenticalstructurethatgovernsthisabilityDTheymaybeabletounderstandanotheranimal'sperspectiveAccordingtotheprofessor,whatconclusioncanbedrawnfromwhatisnowknownaboutcorvids'brainsATheareaincorvids'brainsthatgovernscognitivefunctionsgovernsotherfunctionsaswellBCorvids'brainshaveevolvedinthesamewayasotherbirds'brains,onlymorerepidlyCCorvids'andprimates'brainshaveevolveddifferentlybuthavesomesimilarcognitiveabilitiesDThecognitiveabilitiesofdifferenttypesofcorvidsvarygreatlyWhydoesthemangotoseetheprofessorATolearnmoreabouthisstudentteachingassignmentBTodiscussthebesttimetocompletehisseniorthesisCTodiscussthepossibilityofchangingthetopicofhisseniorthesisDTofindoutwhethertheprofessorwillbehisadvisorforhisseniorthesisWhatistheman'sconcernaboutthesecondhalfoftheacademicyearAHewillnothavetimetodothenecessaryresearchforhisseniorthesisBHewillnotbeallowedtowritehisseniorthesisonhistopicchoiceCHisseniorthesisadvisorwillnotbeoncampusDHisstudentteachingassignmentwillnotbecompletebeforethethesisisdueWhatdoesthemanimplyaboutprofessorJohnsonAHissabbaticalmaylastlongerthanexpectedBHisresearchishighlyrespectedthroughouttheworldCHeistheEnglishdepartment'sspecialistonChaucerDHeisprobablyfamiliarwiththeliteratureofRenaissanceWhydoesthemanwanttowritehisseniorthesisonTheCanterburyTalesClickonanswersAHestudiedduringhisfavouritecourseinhighschoolBHehasalreadyreceivedapprovalforthepaperfromhisprofessorCHethinksthattheknowledgemighthelphimingraduateschoolDHehasgreatadmirationforChaucerWhydoestheprofessorsaythisASheisuncertainwhetherthemanwillbeabletofinishhispaperbeforetheendofthesummerBShethinksthemanwillneedtodoalotofpreparationtowriteonanewtopicCShewantstoencouragethemantochooseanewadvisorforhispaperDShewantsthemantoselectanewtopicforhispaperduringthesummerWhatisthelecturemainlyaboutAThedifferenceinhowhumansandplantssenselightBAnexplanationonofanexperimentoncolorandwavelengthCHowplantssenseandrespondtodifferentwavelengthoflightDTheprocessbywhichphotoreceptorsdistinguishwavelengthoflightAccordingtotheprofessor,whatisonewaythatplantreactstochangesinthenumberofhoursofsunlightATheplantabsorbsdifferentwavelengthoflightBTheplantbeginstoflowertostopfloweringCThenumberofphotoreceptorsintheplantincreasesDTheplant'srateofphotosynthesisincreasesWhydoestheprofessorthinkthatitisinappropriateforcertainwavelengthoflighttobenamed"farred"AFarredwavelengthsappeartobeidenticaltoredwavelengthtothehumaneyeBFarredwavelengthshavethesameeffectsonplantsasredwavelengthsdoCFarredwavelengthstravelsshorterdistancethanredwavelengthsdoDFarredwavelengthsarenotperceivedasredbythehumaneyeWhatpointdoesprofessormakewhenshediscussesredlightandfarredlightthatreachesplantsAAlloffarredlightthatreachesplantsisusedforphotosynthesisBPlantsflowermorerapidlyinresponsetofarredlightthantoredlightCPlantsabsorbmoreoftheredlightthatreachesthemthanofthefarredlightDRedlightisabsorbedmoreslowlythanfarredlightisAccordingtotheprofessor,howdoesaplanttypicallyreactwhenitsensesahighratiooffarredlighttoredlightAItslowsdownitsgrowthBItbeginsphotosynthesisCItproducesmorephotoreceptorsDItstarstoreleaseitsseedsInthePampasexperiment,whatwasthefunctionoftheLEDsATostimulatephotosynthesisBTosimulateredlightCToaddtotheintensityofthesunlightDToprovideadditionalfarredlightWhatdoestheprofessormainlydiscussAEvidenceofanancientcivilizationincentralAsiaBArchaeologicaltechniquesusedtouncoverancientsettlementsCThecontroversyconcerninganarchaeologicalfindincentralAsiaDMethodsusedtopreservearchaeologicalsitesinaridareasWhatpointdoestheprofessormakeaboutmoundsitesATheyareeasiertoexcavatethanothertypesofarchaeologicalsitesBTheyoftenprovideinformationaboutseveralgenerationsofpeopleCTheyoftencontainevidenceoftradeDMosthavebeenfoundwhatarenowdesertareasWhydoestheprofessorcompareGonurdepetoancientEgyptATopointoutGonurdepeexistedearlierthanotherancientcivilizationsBToemphasizethatfindingsatGonurdepeareevidenceofanadvancedcivilizationCTodemonstratethatfindingsatthoselocationshavelittleincommonDTosuggestthatthediscoveryofGonurdepewillleadtomoreresearchinEgyptWhatdoestheprofessorimplyaboutthepeopleinGonurdepeATheyavoidedcontactwithpeoplefromotherareasBTheyinhabitedinGonurdepebeforeresettlinginEgyptCTheywereskilledinjewelrymakingDTheymodeledtheircityaftercitiesinChinaSettlementsexistedatGonurdepesiteforonlyafewhundredofyearsWhatdoestheprofessorsaymightexplainthisfactClickonanswersAWarswithneighbouringsettlementsBDestructioncausedbyanearthquakeCChangesinthecourseoftheMurgabRiverDFrequentfloodingoftheMrugabRiverWhatistheprofessor'sopinionofthefutureoftheGonurdepesiteAShebelievesitwouldbeamistaketoalteritsoriginalformBShedoubtstheruinswilldeterioratefurtherCShethinksothersitesaremoredeservingofresearchers'attentionDSheisnotconvinceditwillberestored

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