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发表于 2012-2-5 22:59:07 |显示全部楼层
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发表于 2012-2-7 04:44:14 |显示全部楼层
本帖最后由 坏绿的眼睛 于 2012-2-7 10:04 编辑

TPO20精读笔记
十分不好意思 以前做阅读从来没有做过成文的总结
贴完阅读笔记以后  一览猛龙过江同学的笔记  顿觉自己的笔记既不规整也不细致   
明天会仿照猛龙同学贴出规范的好笔记的   锻炼阅读同时也方便大家给我拍砖  


正确率  12|42

第一篇
错误3题
第5题:  
我选了A,正确答案是B,坦白地说,选项里面好几个词不认识,是靠猜来选的,但是也是因为前几题都看得比较快疏忽了,按说猜也不该猜错。
A选项是 因为西部有更多的河流和森林,比起东部,所以它的土壤更有生产力。更适合生产 嗷 这明明就是扯淡 如果我细心点就会发现文章根本没有这么说
正确选项B说西部的肥沃土壤 把那些农民从只有贫瘠土壤的地区吸引来了。
我选A是因为匆忙+糊里糊涂当中只看了神马河,神马土壤和林地。对

第10题   
这题错的不亏= = 文章说西部省份运送许多产品从河流到Erie canal转化,是通往西方生产的一条更短的路线。
正确选项是B shift
但我选了C其实明眼一看我也知道diver意思和SHITH更接近,但是吧,我觉得这个词作动词后面接的是PREDUCE 就想那这里应该指的是运送农产品 所以选transpoted 但是其实它是指运送方式的 转化 。是吧?正确思路应该是这样么?

第11题
正确选项是B
我选了C是因为文章中说first came steamboat, although flatboats and keelboats,我眼快就看成是 先是steamboat然后flatboats and keelboats它们是先后投入使用运送农产品的,那么文章里面提到前者后来不仅运货还运人,就说明另外这两种船没有用来运人,我就选了C
但是其实although….不是表明这两个船是之后流行的。或许是之前??
所以提到steamboat快又便宜怎么怎么的时候,可以推理出这两船对于前者来说慢且贵 我想应该是这样

总之第一篇阅读,第四题是意外,其他两题我是真心做错的。所以我也不知道我的正确思路推测地对不对。

第二篇
错误5题 我去死算了嗷嗷嗷嗷
第1题 正确C
我选了D  very positive  
为什么选这个。表问我。我不认识这个单词 。。只是觉得这一段讲了很多关于化石化的东西,那它前面提到的这个应该是正面的一个影响的东西就选了这个。所以这个区域的人口后来变多了
正确思路  其实不知道为什么一定要用important positive看起来也不是不行的哇

第4题
正确选项B utilized
我选了D improved 我不认识utilized(利用)这个词,也是凭借感觉选的= =
觉得应该是发展促进这一类的词语在这个地方

第6题
正确选项 D Confined 限制,接壤
我选了  C extended 延长 扩大
这句的问题在于其实我没有真正读懂这句意思,就知道是盖房子,我估计了一下对于盖房子而言最可能用上的单词 就选了D 坦白说。我也不太理解为什么正确选项是D 难道是取接壤的意思么?从土地里面立起木头支撑红房顶??

第7题
正确 D 食物更好找了导致移民增加
我   A 定居被周围地区的小聚落习惯了
有条理地看一遍这一段 就知道D不可能对了。我也不理解我为什么选了这个。而且根据回忆好像我都没看下面几个选项就直接选了这个

第10题
正确 D
我   B   没看到EXCEPT…….我真想撞墙呀喂

第三篇 我不要活了!!!!!
第7题 正确B
我选 C  水从泥沙中穿过什么什么
当时完全是看了文章中大概也是说水穿过什么什么的 就选了

第8题
正确C
我选A 这个词我不认识。我会告诉你我还差很多才背完托福单词么!

第9题
第11题
这两题,我已经无力分析了,连题目都没看就选了,扫一下好像哪个选项和文章有重复的词语就挑了,因为没有时间了


就这样吧  越写越丧气   第一次完整地做阅读,统计了一下基本上错的都是词汇题,只要我看懂比较多的题一般不会错。后面没有时间了,说明该练习掐时间做题了。
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发表于 2012-2-7 10:52:56 |显示全部楼层
楼主很用功,肯定可以考得一个好成绩的!加油哦!

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发表于 2012-2-7 19:50:00 |显示全部楼层
谢谢鼓励
我昨晚做TPO做到最后真的灰心丧气 连笔记也不想写了
还好托福的路上我不孤单 O(∩_∩)O 3# iBT20120304
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发表于 2012-2-7 23:27:45 |显示全部楼层
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发表于 2012-2-8 09:41:41 |显示全部楼层
TPO19阅读
因为种种原因。。。好了我又要开始找借口。其实就是因为第一篇阅读做的太闹心了。所以做到第三篇的时候,特别想砸电脑,无论如何也写不下去了。所以我第三篇没做。我会在今天之内找时间补上的。不然自己不能原谅自己。先分析这两篇吧
正确率 20/28  
唔 直让我想死。本来是掐时做的 ,第一篇结果愣是半小时才勉强结束,第二篇又是半个多小时。这给我气得= = 嗷嗷嗷
开始分析
paragraph 1【In the wake of the Roman Empire's conquest of Britain in the first century A.D., a large number of troops stayed in the new province, and these troops had a considerable impact on Britain with their camps, fortifications, and participation in the local economy. 】Assessing the impact of the army on the civilian population starts from the realization that the soldiers were always unevenly distributed across the country. Areas rapidly incorporated into the empire were not long affected by the military. Where the army remained stationed, its presence was much more influential. The imposition of a military base involved the requisition of native lands for both the fort and the territory needed to feed and exercise the soldiers' animals. The imposition of military rule also robbed local leaders of opportunities to participate in local government, so social development was stunted and the seeds of disaffection sown. This then meant that the military had to remain to suppress rebellion and organize government.

3According to paragraph 1, what effect did military occupation have on the local population?
○It encouraged more even distribution of the population and the settlement of previously undeveloped territory
正选  B It created discontent and made continuing military occupation necessary
我选 ○It required local labor to construct forts and feed and exercise the soldiers' animals.
○It provied local leaders with opportunities to participate in governance
我看文章比较表面,看到对全体民众的影响,就迫不及待地选了这个文章里有出现过部分的句子,但是正选的前者,我实在没看出来,(其实是夹在了段末)后者在对照完答案以后看出来了。


paragraph 2Economic exchange was clearly very important as the Roman army brought with it very substantial spending power. Locally a fort had two kinds of impact. Its large population needed food and other supplies. Some of these were certainly brought from long distances, but demands were inevitably placed on the local area. Although goods could be requisitioned, they were usually paid for, and this probably stimulated changes in the local economy. When not campaigning, soldiers needed to be occupied; otherwise they represented a potentially dangerous source of friction and disloyalty. Hence a writing tablet dated 25 April tells of 343 men at one fort engaged on tasks like shoemaking, building a bathhouse, operating kilns, digging clay, and working lead. Such activities had a major effect on the local area, in particular with the construction of infrastructure such as roads, which improved access to remote areas.

5The word"friction" in the passage is closet in meaning to
○rebellion 我选
○conflict   正选
○neglect
○crime
这题真的,我到现在也觉得A选项完全可以使用,想不明白,还请大家指点

pragraph 3Each soldier received his pay, but in regions without a developed economy there was initially little on which it could be spent. The pool of excess cash rapidly stimulated a thriving economy outside fort gates. Some of the demand for the services and goods was no doubt fulfilled by people drawn from far afield, but some local people certainly became entwined in this new economy. There was informal marriage with soldiers, who until AD 197 were not legally entitled to wed, and whole new communities grew up near the forts. These settlements acted like small towns, becoming centers for the artisan and trading populations.

8According to paragraph 3, how did the soldiers meet their needs for goods and services?
○Their needs were met by the army, and all of their economic transations took place within the forts  
○Most of their needs were met by traveling tradespeople who visited the forts   我选
○During their days off, soldiers traveled to distant towns to make purchases
○They bought what they needed from the artisans and traders in nearby towns  正选
分析:我的确有仔细看最后一句,是说这些定居点成为了小镇、中心 FOR artisan and trading populations ,实在没说士兵们从他们那买呀???点解?前面的确也说了Some of the demand for the services and goods was no doubt fulfilled by people drawn from far afield,难道意思不是说一些需求从远道而来的人们那里满足么?

paragraph 4The army also provided a means of personal advancement for auxiliary soldiers recruited from the native peoples, as a man obtained hereditary Roman citizenship on retirement after service in an auxiliary regiment. Such units recruited on an ad hoc (as needed) basis from the area in which they were stationed, and there was evidently large-scale recruitment within Britain. The total numbers were at least 12,500 men up to the reign of the emperor Hadrian (A.D. 117-138), with a peak around A.D. 80. Although a small proportion of the total population, this perhaps had a massive local impact when a large proportion of the young men were removed from an area. Newly raised regiments were normally transferred to another province from whence it was unlikely that individual recruits would ever return. Most units raised in Britain went elsewhere on the European continent, although one is recorded in Morocco. The reverse process brought young men to Britain, where many continued to live after their 20 to 25 years of service, and this added to the cosmopolitan Roman character of the frontier population. By the later Roman period, frontier garrisons (groups of soldiers) were only rarely transferred, service in units became effectively hereditary, and forts were no longer populated or maintained at full strength.

10According to paragraph 4, all of the following changes could be seen in the frontier garrisons by the later Roman period EXCEPT
○Membership in the units passed from father to son
○Fewer soldiers were stationed at the forts
○Soldiers usually were not transferred to different locations 我选
○Frontier units became more effective and proficient       正选
分析:这题又是我眼拙了,后面其实就写明了要过好几代才能看到不同,我直接上去看第三句在文章里出现过就选了。


第二篇

paragraph 2Clements and other early ecologists saw almost lawlike regularity in the order of succession, but that has not been substantiated. A general trend can be recognized, but the details are usually unpredictable. Succession is influenced by many factors: the nature of the soil, exposure to sun and wind, regularity of precipitation, chance colonizations, and many other random processes.

1 According to paragraph 2, which of the following is a criticism of Clements' view of succession?
○The principles of succession are more lawlike than Clements thought they were
○我选More evidence is needed to establish Clements' prediction about succession     

○正选The details of succession are affected be random process
○Many of the factors that determine which plants will grow in an envirnoment, such as the nature of the soil and the exposure to sun, do not change at all.
分析,but that has not been substantiated这句话导致了我单纯地直接就选了B,
但是说实话,我也没看出来第一段里面CLAMENTS什么时候表现出了C的意向  求解

paragraph 2Economic exchange was clearly very important as the Roman army brought with it very substantial spending power. Locally a fort had two kinds of impact. Its large population needed food and other supplies. Some of these were certainly brought from long distances, but demands were inevitably placed on the local area. Although goods could be requisitioned, they were usually paid for, and this probably stimulated changes in the local economy. When not campaigning, soldiers needed to be occupied; otherwise they represented a potentially dangerous source of friction and disloyalty. Hence a writing tablet dated 25 April tells of 343 men at one fort engaged on tasks like shoemaking, building a bathhouse, operating kilns, digging clay, and working lead. Such activities had a major effect on the local area, in particular with the construction of infrastructure such as roads, which improved access to remote areas.

6The author mentions" 343 men at one fort engaged on tasks like shoemaking, building a bathhouse, operating kilns, digging clay, and working lead" in order to
○我选describe the kinds of tasks soldiers were required to perform as punishment for disloyalty or misdeeds
○正选illustrate some of the duties assigned to soldiers to keep them busy and well-behaved when not involved in military compaigns
○provide evidence that Roman soldiers had a negative effect on the local area by performing jobs that had been performed by native workers)
○argue that the soldiers would have been better employed in the construction of infrastructure such as roads
分析:这个真心是没看明白随便选的。时间不够着急了。正选的意思应该是举例军人从事这些公用设施的建造是由于有必要让他们在和平期间不闲着。

paragraph 5Even less fortunate was the extension of this type of thinking to include animals as well as plants. This resulted in the "biome," a combination of coexisting flora and fauna. Though it is true that many animals are strictly associated with certain plants, it is misleading to speak of a "spruce-moose biome," for example, because there is no internal cohesion to their association as in an organism. The spruce community is not substantially affected by either the presence or absence of moose. Indeed, there are vast areas of spruce forest without moose. The opposition to the Clementsian concept of plant ecology was initiated by Herbert Gleason, soon joined by various other ecologists. Their major point was that the distribution of a given species was controlled by the habitat requirements of that species and that therefore the vegetation types were a simple consequence of the ecologies of individual plant species.


8Why does the author make the statement, "Indeed, there are vast areas of spruce forest without moose"?
○To highlight a fact whose singificance the ecologist Herbert Gleasion had missed
○我选To propose the idea that a spruce forest is by itself a superorganism
○To emphasize that moose are not limited to a single kind of environment
○正选To criticize the idea of a spruce-moose biome
分析:因为看到有云杉的地区并没有被证明BLABLABLA 所以就选了带个体 这个词的选项
D正选的思路应该是它说没有鹿就只是为了否定它和麋鹿的关系  米国人好单纯

9The word "intiated" in the passage is closest in meaning to
○approved 我选
○identified
○started 正选
○foreseen
分析 我会告诉你其实这题我是蒙的么= =
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发表于 2012-2-9 10:59:10 |显示全部楼层
楼主 阅读活动页在哪啊
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发表于 2012-2-11 08:55:33 |显示全部楼层
http://bbs.gter.net/bbs/thread-1331454-1-1.html 这个是活动贴啦 7# 小群群
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发表于 2012-2-12 07:46:44 |显示全部楼层
EUROPE’S EARLY SEA TRADE WITH ASIA
        正确率 19/28
      我实在是—做了两篇错了一半,依然毫无长进,都来鄙视我吧。

1.        impetus推动,促进,推动力
通过建立海上贸易提供了什么东西来保证东西方的直接关系。想一下建立海上贸易能够怎么样保证东西方的直接关系
当时觉得opportunity这个意思也对,但官方解释说与stimulus比意思差了一层 唉
4.        原文里说了投资的规模反映了能够获得利益的规模,所以答案是A。
为什么B不对,因为它谓语发生改变,不是将两者进行比较;没有那个逻辑关系在里面了
5.         dramatically剧烈地,戏剧性地
从原文看,应该是一个表示程度大的词。因为我不认识这个词,所以选了正向意义的C,就变成立即提高了。
10.     refine精炼,精制,所以improve正确,从单词本身看, A/C/D三个答案均是中性,其实我不太明白我这一题怎么做错的。可能是一时手滑
13.     以下是官方解释 送给这题同样没做好的兄弟姐妹
三个过渡点,名词a couple of reasons,代词they和形容词highly valued,a couple of reasons说明这句话之后应该有很多原因,所以不能放的太靠后,形容词highly valued与原文的most sought-after同义替换,所以答案非A即B,they说明A不对,所以B是答案  
其实我到这里快没时间了  根本没从结构和逻辑上分析,就看了看表述内容能不能合上,以后要注意了

ANIMAL SIGNALS IN THE RAIN FOREST

2.         以members of its own species做关键词定位至第一句,说动物给自己的同类发信号的时候必须同时避免被天敌看到,所以答案是A,动物的信号也会被捕食者看到。B的change colours,C的beyond the visual range和D的signal aggression原文都没说
6.         以light that reaches ground level做关键词定位至第一句,说到达地面的光以黄绿的为主,D是原文的忠实改写,其他都没说,
           其实我也主要是原文没有读懂
12.     exploit开采,开发,剥削,利用,所以make use of正确。原文说在雄鸟秀出自己的时候,他会同时怎么样声音和视觉两种方式,我理解成了加强的意思
13.     两个过渡点,副词also和名词call,根据call可以确定答案是A或者B,因为副词also说明前面必须得有一个call,所以答案不是A是B  这一条是官方解释,神呐 我最看不到结构关系了
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