青书学堂 2017年6月《大学英语四级》真题（卷一） 青书学堂最新答案
Questions 1 and 2 are based on the news report you have just heard.Questions 1
The man in the car was absent-minded.
The test driver made a wrong judgment.
The self-driving system was faulty.
The car was moving at a fast speed.
They have done better than conventional cars.
They have caused several severe crashes.
They have posed a threat to other drivers.
They have generally done quite well.
Question 3 and 4 are based on the news report you have just heard.Question 3
He works at a national park.
He is a queen bee specialist.
He removed the bees from the boot.
He drove the bees away from his car.
They were looking after the queen.
They were making a lot of noise.
They were looking for a new box to live in.
They were dancing in a unique way.
Questions 5 to 7 are based on the news report you have just heard.Questions 5
The discovery of a new species of snake.
The second trip to a small remote island.
The finding of two new species of frog.
The latest test on a rare animal species.
A poisonous snake attacked him on his field trip.
He discovered a rare frog on a deserted island.
A snake crawled onto his head in his sleep.
He fell from a tall palm tree by accident.
From its genes.
From its length.
From its origin.
From its colour.
Questions 8 to 11 are based on the conversation you have just heard.Questions 8
The security check takes time.
He has to check a lot of luggage.
His flight is leaving in less than 2 hours.
The airport is a long way from the hotel.
By credit card.
With a traveler's check.
With his smart phone.
Give him a receipt.
Confirm his flight.
Look after his luggage.
Find a porter for him.
Signing up for membership of Sheraton Hotel.
Staying in the same hotel next time he comes.
Loading her luggage onto the airport shuttle.
Posting a comment on the hotel's webpage.
Questions 12 to 15 are based on the conversation you have just heard.Question 12
He is the only boy in his family.
He becomes tearful in wind.
He has stopped making terrible faces.
He is his teacher's favorite student.
Tell him to play in her backyard.
Do something fanny to amuse him.
Give him some cherry stones to play with.
Warn him of danger by making up a story.
They could break people's legs.
They could sometimes terrify adults.
They could fly against a strong wind.
They could knock people unconscious.
One would get a spot on their tongue if they told a lie deliberately.
One would have to shave their head to remove a bat in their hair.
One would go to prison if they put a stamp on upside down.
One would have curly hair they ate too much stale bread.
Questions 16 to 18 are based on the passage you have just heard.Questions 16
Things from the Victorian era came back alive.
People were excited to go traveling overseas.
Everything seemed to be changing.
People were formal and disciplined.
Watching TV at home.
Trying new foods.
He was a man full of imagination.
He was able to make a lot of money.
He was interested in stylish dresses.
He was a young student in the 1960s.
Questions 19 to 21 are based on the passage you have just heard.Questions 19
They run away immediately.
They avoid looking at them.
They make threatening sounds.
They show anger on their faces.
It turns to its owner for help.
It turns away to avoid conflict.
It focuses its eyes on their mouths.
It looks away and gets angry too.
By interpreting different emotions in different ways.
By taking in their facial expressions as a whole.
By focusing on a particular body movement.
By observing their facial features carefully.
Questions 22 to 25 are based on the passage you have just heard.Questions 22
They have difficulty adapting to the changed environment.
They take little notice of the changes in temperature.
They have to look for food and shelter underground.
They resort to different means to survive the bitter cold.
They can keep their body temperature warm and stable.
They can maintain their heart beat at the normal rate.
They consume energy stored before the long sleep.
They have their weight reduced to the minimum.
By storing enough food beforehand.
By growing thicker hair to stay warm.
By seeking food and shelter in people's houses.
By staying in hiding places and eating very little.
To keep company.
To protect the young.
To stay safe.
To save energy.