*命中T39 聽力2 Lecture 3 p.82 Anasazi 從Four Corners 搬家
*命中T36 聽力2 Lecture 1 p.34 太陽黑子的形成
*口說Task 4命中T15 Task 4 p.69 adjustable group size
2. （*命中T39 聽力2 Lecture 3 p.82） Four Corners 遷移到New Mexico 的原住民，到底為何遷移？！
5. (*命中T36 聽力ㄉ2 Lecture 1 p.34) 太陽黑子的形成
1. Which of the following qualities do you think is important when choosing a roommate?
2. (*命中小範圍Q58) When buying books, including textbooks, some people prefer to buy used books. Others prefer to buy new ones. Which do you prefer and why?
3. The university announces it will charge a small registration fee for the group exercise classes. But the woman disagrees; actually she says she doesn’t really like the change.
Because although she agrees that ???, still she thinks there is an easy way, which is to change the hours of the classes. She says right now the classes are in the mornings, and she once went to the class, and there were really few people there. However, if the university changes the class time to the evenings, then more people can go.
Second, although she agrees that university can better control the number of students in each class, still, she says it’s going to be inconvenient for the students. To be more specific, she says, imagine you plan to go to the class, but suddenly you need to change your plan, and cancel the class. Then you will lose your money.
4. (*命中T15 Task 4 p.69)The term, adjustable group size means animals would change the size of their group in response to different challenges they face.
The professor takes baboons for example.
At night, baboons usually stay together when they rest; this is because when predators draw near, it is likely that 1 or 2 baboons would find out, and they can warn the others. However, in the mornings, baboons would separate to small groups. This is because they eat a type of flower that grows on certain trees, and these trees spread out really wide. So, it would make more sense for the baboons to break into small groups.
5. The problem of Paul, is that his partner in acting class, Carol, suddenly decides to drop the class, but the performance is on tomorrow.
For me, I’d recommend Paul to ask the girl he is talking with to be his new acting partner, so he doesn’t need to find a new scene and memorize all the lines again. Because it’s simply more convenient for him, blah blah blah blah.
6. (*命中大範圍p.81)The professor explained two ways for a business to attract potential customers in advertisement.
The reading proposes three hypotheses of why the labyrinths on an island near the northeastern Russian coast were built. However the professor from the lecture says all three hypotheses were flawed, and he 強烈打臉他們。
1. They are not entirely used as fish traps, because hundreds of other labyrinths have been found inland.
2. They don’t serve astronomical purposes, because the entrances of the 14 labyrinths do not all point in the same direction.
3. They are not built for burial or rituals for the dead, because usually to serve those purposes, human possessions such as weapons would be found in the remains.
Agree or disagree? People can solve the most problems in their lives by themselves or with the help of their families; help from the government is often not necessary.