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OG剑桥雅思官方指南Test2 Section3听力原文与答案 Experience of University

剑桥雅思官方指南听力第二套题目第三部分的主题为大学经历反馈。具体内容括Martina上大学前喜欢的科目,George对不同课程的感受,以及他们两个对同学、老师、作业和住处的看法。下面是其对应的听力原文与答案。

OG Test2 Section3听力原文

Martina: Oh hi George, how is it going?

George: Hi Martina, it’s going well. How about you? How’s university life?

Martina: Well it’s great – apart from the studying of course.

George: Yeah – me too! What are you studying? I seem to remember that you were going to do Art. That was your best subject. wasn’t it?

Martina: No – not really – I just liked the teacher. He was French and had an amazing accent. My favourite subject was History (Q21) but I couldn’t see what career that would give me.

George: All right. So what did you choose?

Martina: Well I found it really difficult to decide. I was really good at Science but I must admit I never really enjoyed studying it. So, in the end I decided to opt for English (Q22) which was my second favourite subject and I thought it would be more useful to me than studying anything else. So – that’s what I’m doing, Um – how are you finding university?

George: Well – it’s a bit of a challenge I suppose,

Martina: Are you finding it difficult?

George: Well. some of it, I’m doing Mechanical Engineering which is really interesting but it covers quite a lot of areas like materials science, machine design, physics and course mechanics – and they’re all fine. But it’s maths (Q23) that I’m struggling with. It’s a lot harder than it was at school.

Martina: I can believe it. It all sounds very difficult to me. But then I never was very good at mechanical things. I suppose it must involve some practical work?

George: Well – not at the moment. Currently, it’s nearly all theory (Q24), so it’s a bit heavy-going.

Martina: I guess you need to start with that so that you can get a grasp of the concepts and learn a few facts before you start putting it into practice. It must be a lot different to the course that I’m taking.

George: Yes – but in a few weeks we’ll be having a lot more practical experience. fact, I’ve got a great assignment this term working on jet engines (Q25) which means I’ll be going on a few field trips to a nearby airport.

Martina: Oh – that’s great, It sounds like you’re going to be very busy,

George: Yes not sure how I’m going to cope with the work, We have a lot of lectures – and that’s fine. This article is from Laokaoya website. The lecturers are very knowledgeable and I learn a lot from them. But we also have a lot of seminars (Q26) and I find with so many people expressing their views it can get quite frustrating. It would be better if we didn’t have so many of those.

Martina: Yes – it’s the same for me. Um – how are the students at your place?

George: Well I haven’t really met anyone yet. They all seem a bit quiet.

Martina: Perhaps they’re working hard – they don’t appear to be very studious here, but they are very friendly. I must say I’ve been doing a lot of sitting around and chatting (Q27) over the last week or so.

George: Well, that’s good, The only person I’ve spoken to really is my tutor. He’s very approachable and seems to understand how difficult it can be starting university.

Martina: It’s good to have someone you can talk to. And he may help you meet other students.

George: Actually that doesn’t bother me. I’m bound to get to know some people sooner or later. It’s more a question of finding out what I need to do, where to go and so on (Q28). I hope he can help me with that.

Martina: Oh I would have thought so. Well we certainly have a lot of work ahead of us. It seems like a long time, doesn’t it – studying for three years,

George: Yes it does – I’m sure it’ll go quickly. You know I’m really dreading the first assessment.

Martina: Yes – for the course I’m doing we have to hand our first one in at the end of next month (Q29).

George: Really – so have you got the topic yet?

Martina: No – but we’ll get it soon. I’m not sure how much we have to write yet – not too much, I hope!

George: I know what you mean. And it’s hard to study especially where I am now.

Martina: Oh – where are you living?

George: I’m living in a hall of residence, I thought that would be a good idea as there’d be a lot of people around but I’m finding it a bit noisy. I can see that I’m going to have problems when I really need to get down to some work.

Martina: So I guess you need to be somewhere your own then?

George: Yes – well I do like to have some people around me, so I’d prefer to live with a family (Q30) somewhere in a house (Q30) not too far from the university.

Martina: Well good luck with that.

George: Yes thanks – and good luck to you as well. I have to dash now. I’ve another lecture in ten minutes. Bye for now,

Martina: Bye.

OG Test2 Section3听力答案

21-22. BD

23. mathematics/math(s)

24. theory/theoretical

25. jet engines

26. seminars

27. A

28. B

29. C

30. C

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