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老托福阅读100篇【基础差的学生必看】

2015-04-27 14:17 三立在线 admin

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摘要:无论你基础差,或者基础好,练习阅读最好的材料-老托福阅读100篇,找这个资料的原因也很简单,是因为TPO材料很珍贵,到现在也就出到34,所以我一般也都不想一下就做完。所以就去找了老托福的阅读材料,个人觉得还是很有用的。

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  TO: 基础较差的同学

  可以打印出来一部分,然后就开始精读,一开始肯定是看不懂的

  没关系,直接就看看自己正确率多高,然后在就是把读过的材料拿来

  查单词,记单词,看句型,揣摩出题心态

  这些都很重要的

  这样精读了很多篇,就不要在打印出来了

  你就可以根据下一部分的介绍来使用剩下的文章了

  TO:基础还可以的同学

  不要打出来

  因为你的托福考试就是要对着看的

  所以就直接在电脑屏幕上看

  我知道你不习惯,但是这是需要练习的

  不过一般来说,如果你习惯看电脑,反而在考试中会比较习惯

  这算是一个很大的优势

  人不都是逼出来的吗?

  答案在最后一页啊

  老托福阅读100篇部分内容——1997年10月真题内容

  Question 1-7

  Hotels were among the earliest facilities that bound the United States together. They were both creatures and creators of communities, as well as symptoms of the frenetic quest for community. Even in the first part of the nineteenth century, Americans were private, business and pleasure purposes. Conventions were the new occasions, and hotels were distinctively American facilities making conventions possible. The first national convention of a major party to choose a candidate for President (that of the National Republican party, which met on December 12, 1831, and nominated Henry Clay for President) was held in Baltimore, at a hotel that was then reputed to be the best in the country. The presence in Baltimore of Barnum's City Hotel, a six-story building with two hundred apartments helps explain why many other early national political conventions were held there.

  In the longer run, too. American hotels made other national conventions not only possible but pleasant and convivial. The growing custom of regularly assembling from afar the representatives of all kinds of groups - not only for political conventions, but also for commercial, professional, learned, and avocational ones - in turn supported the multiplying hotels. By mid-twentieth century, conventions accounted for over third of the yearly room occupancy of all hotels in the nation, about eighteen thousand different conventions were held annually with a total attendance of about ten million persons.

  Nineteenth-century American hotelkeepers, who were no longer the genial, deferential "hosts" of the eighteenth-century European inn, became leading citizens. Holding a large stake in the community, they exercised power to make it prosper. As owners or managers of the local "palace of the public", they were makers and shapers of a principal community attraction. Travelers from abroad were mildly shocked by this high social position.

  1. The word "bound" in line 1 is closest in meaning to __________

  (A) led

  (B) protected

  (C) tied

  (D) strengthened

  2. The National Republican party is mentioned in line 5 as an example of a group ________

  (A) from Baltimore

  (B) of learned people

  (C) owning a hotel

  (D) holding a convention

  3. The word "assembling" in line 11 is closest in meaning to _______

  (A) announcing

  (B) motivating

  (C) gathering

  (D) contracting

  ......

  以上就是有关老托福阅读100篇的相关介绍,是非常好的锻炼自己的自己的阅读水平,这个资料是可以给那些基础比较差的同学练习,对于基础比较好的学生而言多做些真题比模拟题要好的多。

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