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Model Test Ten
Part Ⅲ
Listening Comprehension
Section A
Directions:
In this section, you will hear 8 short conversations and 2 long conversations.
Directions:
In this section, you will hear 8 short conversations and 2 long conversations.
At the end of each conversation,
one or more questions will be asked about what was said.
At the end of each conversation,
one or more questions will be asked about what was said.
Both the conversation and the questions will be spoken only once.
After each question there will be a pause.
Both the conversation and the questions will be spoken only once.
After each question there will be a pause.
During the pause, you must read the four choices marked A), B), C) and D),
and decide which is the best answer.
During the pause, you must read the four choices marked A), B), C) and D),
and decide which is the best answer.
Then mark the corresponding letter on Answer Sheet 2
with a single line through the centre.
Then mark the corresponding letter on Answer Sheet 2
with a single line through the centre.
Now, let’s begin with the eight short conversations.
11. M: I kept looking for Mary at the seminar but never did see her.
Now, let’s begin with the eight short conversations.
11. M: I kept looking for Mary at the seminar but never did see her.
I can't imagine she forgot about it.
She'd been talking about it for weeks.
I can't imagine she forgot about it.
She'd been talking about it for weeks.
W: Oh she didn't.
It's just that she caught a really bad cold a couple of days ago.
W: Oh she didn't.
It's just that she caught a really bad cold a couple of days ago.
Q: What can be inferred about Mary from the conversation?
12. W: I have plenty of good ideas, Professor Johnson,
Q: What can be inferred about Mary from the conversation?
12. W: I have plenty of good ideas, Professor Johnson,
but haven’t been able to organize them clearly.
May I give you the paper a few days late?
but haven’t been able to organize them clearly.
May I give you the paper a few days late?
M: You know that I always prefer a well written paper even if it is late.
Q: What does the man mean?
M: You know that I always prefer a well written paper even if it is late.
Q: What does the man mean?
13. M: How did your philosophy test go?
W: I couldn’t feel better about it.
13. M: How did your philosophy test go?
W: I couldn’t feel better about it.
The questions were not as difficult as I had imagined and
I seemed to find the answer for each of them.
The questions were not as difficult as I had imagined and
I seemed to find the answer for each of them.
Q: What did the woman think of the philosophy test?
14. M: I still need to wait for the clerk to come back
Q: What did the woman think of the philosophy test?
14. M: I still need to wait for the clerk to come back
and make some copies of this paper for me.
W: Why bother him? I’ll show you how easy it is to work the machine.
and make some copies of this paper for me.
W: Why bother him? I’ll show you how easy it is to work the machine.
Q: What is the woman going to do?
15. W: Well, Jack, I would offer you another drink but
Q: What is the woman going to do?
15. W: Well, Jack, I would offer you another drink but
I have guests coming and I haven’t begun to prepare the dinner.
Thanks for stopping by.
I have guests coming and I haven’t begun to prepare the dinner.
Thanks for stopping by.
M: Thanks for the drink. It has been nice seeing you, too.
Q: Why does the woman mention her dinner guests?
M: Thanks for the drink. It has been nice seeing you, too.
Q: Why does the woman mention her dinner guests?
16. W: Are you going to be able to come with us to a football match this evening?
M: I’d love to. But my history assignment is due tomorrow,
16. W: Are you going to be able to come with us to a football match this evening?
M: I’d love to. But my history assignment is due tomorrow,
and I still have two chapters unfinished.
Q: What will the man probably do this evening?
and I still have two chapters unfinished.
Q: What will the man probably do this evening?
17. M: My manager said we’re going to have some lay-offs soon.
W: Will you be let go? If so, then we’ll need to borrow some money to pay the bills.
17. M: My manager said we’re going to have some lay-offs soon.
W: Will you be let go? If so, then we’ll need to borrow some money to pay the bills.
Q: What does the woman want to know?
18. M: Vicky, you’ve really done wonders with this place.
Q: What does the woman want to know?
18. M: Vicky, you’ve really done wonders with this place.
How long have you been here now?
W: Almost a year. We moved in last fall and
How long have you been here now?
W: Almost a year. We moved in last fall and
have been working on fixing it up ever since.
Come and have a look at our kitchen.
have been working on fixing it up ever since.
Come and have a look at our kitchen.
Q: What are the speakers talking about?
Now you’ll hear two long conversations.
Q: What are the speakers talking about?
Now you’ll hear two long conversations.
Conversation One
W: What do you plan to do after you finish your university work?
Conversation One
W: What do you plan to do after you finish your university work?
M: I’ve got a friend in Germany who says that
he can get me a job with a large multinational company here in Shanghai.
M: I’ve got a friend in Germany who says that
he can get me a job with a large multinational company here in Shanghai.
W: So you’ll work here?
M: Well, I can earn a very good salary and get good experience.
W: So you’ll work here?
M: Well, I can earn a very good salary and get good experience.
W: Would you leave for a foreign country if they ask you to go?
M: It depends what they want and how long they want me to stay away from home.
W: Would you leave for a foreign country if they ask you to go?
M: It depends what they want and how long they want me to stay away from home.
W: Did you know that some people say that both foreign companies and
foreign countries take the most talented people away
W: Did you know that some people say that both foreign companies and
foreign countries take the most talented people away
from their homes in developing countries on purpose?
M: Why would they do that?
from their homes in developing countries on purpose?
M: Why would they do that?
W: Highly educated people often make large contributions to
both a country’s economy and society.
W: Highly educated people often make large contributions to
both a country’s economy and society.
M: So it would be to the advantages of a country to allow skilled immigrants in?
W: Yes, of course it would.
M: So it would be to the advantages of a country to allow skilled immigrants in?
W: Yes, of course it would.
M: But then why don’t developed countries let in more skilled workers?
W: Many reasons, really.
M: But then why don’t developed countries let in more skilled workers?
W: Many reasons, really.
For one, people who live in a developed country don’t always like to see high-wage jobs
go to people who have just arrived from another nation.
For one, people who live in a developed country don’t always like to see high-wage jobs
go to people who have just arrived from another nation.
And developing countries don’t want highly skilled workers to leave.
M: In any event, it doesn’t matter to me.
And developing countries don’t want highly skilled workers to leave.
M: In any event, it doesn’t matter to me.
I’d leave Shanghai for a while,
but I wouldn’t want to move to another country permanently.
I’d leave Shanghai for a while,
but I wouldn’t want to move to another country permanently.
W: I can understand that.
Questions 19 to 22 are based on the conversation you have just heard.
W: I can understand that.
Questions 19 to 22 are based on the conversation you have just heard.
19. What does the man plan to do after he graduates?
20. Why does the man want to work in Shanghai?
19. What does the man plan to do after he graduates?
20. Why does the man want to work in Shanghai?
21. What does the woman say about foreign companies and foreign countries?
22. What does the man think about moving to another country permanently?
21. What does the woman say about foreign companies and foreign countries?
22. What does the man think about moving to another country permanently?
Conversation Two
M: Professor Murphy, can you spare a few minutes?
Conversation Two
M: Professor Murphy, can you spare a few minutes?
W: Actually, I’m on my way to an appointment with a student,
so please make this quick.
W: Actually, I’m on my way to an appointment with a student,
so please make this quick.
M: My name is Josh Ryan,
and I’m in yourClassical Political Theory class at 2:00.
M: My name is Josh Ryan,
and I’m in yourClassical Political Theory class at 2:00.
W: Oh, yes. I recall now. You always ask excellent questions about the lecture.
I can tell that you consistently do the readings for the day.
W: Oh, yes. I recall now. You always ask excellent questions about the lecture.
I can tell that you consistently do the readings for the day.
What can I do for you, Josh?
M: I’m very interested in the works of John Locke,
What can I do for you, Josh?
M: I’m very interested in the works of John Locke,
but the textbook didn’t go into detail about him.
Would you kindly suggest where I can find supplemental reading in this field?
but the textbook didn’t go into detail about him.
Would you kindly suggest where I can find supplemental reading in this field?
W: You’re in luck. I wrote my doctoral essay on Locke,
so I have a whole library on his writings.
W: You’re in luck. I wrote my doctoral essay on Locke,
so I have a whole library on his writings.
I’ll put together a reading list, and you can look at
which specific books you are interested in.
I’ll put together a reading list, and you can look at
which specific books you are interested in.
I’ll bring the list with me to class tomorrow.
Then, choose a few books,
I’ll bring the list with me to class tomorrow.
Then, choose a few books,
and I’ll bring those particular books to the following class so you can borrow them.
M: Thank you very much, Professor Murphy.
and I’ll bring those particular books to the following class so you can borrow them.
M: Thank you very much, Professor Murphy.
I didn’t expect this much help!
W: I’m always pleased to help an enthusiastic student.
I didn’t expect this much help!
W: I’m always pleased to help an enthusiastic student.
I hope that you enjoy Locke’s writings and consider majoring in politics.
You will learn about many different political philosophies
I hope that you enjoy Locke’s writings and consider majoring in politics.
You will learn about many different political philosophies
that might interest you.
M: Yes, I’m definitely considering it.
that might interest you.
M: Yes, I’m definitely considering it.
Questions 23 to 25 are based on the conversation you have just heard.
23. Why did Josh Ryan speak to Professor Murphy?
Questions 23 to 25 are based on the conversation you have just heard.
23. Why did Josh Ryan speak to Professor Murphy?
24. What does Professor Murphy teach?
25. What can be inferred about Josh?
24. What does Professor Murphy teach?
25. What can be inferred about Josh?
Section B
Directions:
Section B
Directions:
In this section, you will hear 3 short passages.
At the end of each passage, you will hear some questions.
In this section, you will hear 3 short passages.
At the end of each passage, you will hear some questions.
Both the passage and the questions will be spoken only once.
After you hear a question, you must choose the best answer
Both the passage and the questions will be spoken only once.
After you hear a question, you must choose the best answer
from the four choices marked A), B), C) and D).
Then mark the corresponding letter on Answer Sheet 2
from the four choices marked A), B), C) and D).
Then mark the corresponding letter on Answer Sheet 2
with a single line through the centre.
Passage One
with a single line through the centre.
Passage One
M:Good afternoon. Today I want to say something about Alaska.
One thing that concerns me most is the future of the Alaskan environment.
M:Good afternoon. Today I want to say something about Alaska.
One thing that concerns me most is the future of the Alaskan environment.
About 25 years ago, before going on a wilderness research trip,
I visited Anchorage, the largest city in Alaska.
About 25 years ago, before going on a wilderness research trip,
I visited Anchorage, the largest city in Alaska.
It was then a small city of 40,000 inhabitants surrounded by a quiet wilderness.
When I made a recent trip to update my earlier work, I found amazing changes.
It was then a small city of 40,000 inhabitants surrounded by a quiet wilderness.
When I made a recent trip to update my earlier work, I found amazing changes.
Anchorage now has 180,000 people, more than four times as many as in 1980.
There’re skyscrapers, shopping centers,
Anchorage now has 180,000 people, more than four times as many as in 1980.
There’re skyscrapers, shopping centers,
and all the accompanying crowds, and traffic jams.
The forests and mountains are still nearby,
and all the accompanying crowds, and traffic jams.
The forests and mountains are still nearby,
but they seem diminished by the city’s great size.
The discovery of oil in 1968 on the north slope of Alaska caused many of these changes.
but they seem diminished by the city’s great size.
The discovery of oil in 1968 on the north slope of Alaska caused many of these changes.
The construction of the trans-Alaska oil pipeline brought increased wealth to the state.
However, there have been too many people moving to Alaska
The construction of the trans-Alaska oil pipeline brought increased wealth to the state.
However, there have been too many people moving to Alaska
in a very short period to work on the pipeline.
There is not enough housing or transportation.
in a very short period to work on the pipeline.
There is not enough housing or transportation.
I think Alaska must make important decisions soon.
Alaskans need to decide how to develop their natural resources
I think Alaska must make important decisions soon.
Alaskans need to decide how to develop their natural resources
and mineral wealth without destroying the wilderness and harming the wildlife.
Questions 26 to 28 are based on the passage you have just heard.
and mineral wealth without destroying the wilderness and harming the wildlife.
Questions 26 to 28 are based on the passage you have just heard.
26. What concerns the speaker most?
27. What is the greatest change of Anchorage that surprised the speaker?
26. What concerns the speaker most?
27. What is the greatest change of Anchorage that surprised the speaker?
28. What is the cause of the recent changes in Alaska?
Passage Two
28. What is the cause of the recent changes in Alaska?
Passage Two
  One of the reasons for our success as a species
is our ability to eat and thrive on a large variety of foods.
  One of the reasons for our success as a species
is our ability to eat and thrive on a large variety of foods.
Many animal species have become extinct or
are on the edge of extinction partly because they lack this adaptability.
Many animal species have become extinct or
are on the edge of extinction partly because they lack this adaptability.
They need to feed on a particular kind of plant
or a particular kind of animal or insect.
They need to feed on a particular kind of plant
or a particular kind of animal or insect.
If this source of food is for any reason removed,
then the animal concerned is unable to change to a different diet.
If this source of food is for any reason removed,
then the animal concerned is unable to change to a different diet.
Gradually it becomes extinct.
We know that many animal species have died out,
Gradually it becomes extinct.
We know that many animal species have died out,
but so have some human species such as the early form of man
that is called Neanderthal man.
but so have some human species such as the early form of man
that is called Neanderthal man.
Perhaps part of the reason for his failure to survive was
his lack of adaptability in diet.
Perhaps part of the reason for his failure to survive was
his lack of adaptability in diet.
But modern man is almost entirely free from
the limitation of any particular food requirements.
But modern man is almost entirely free from
the limitation of any particular food requirements.
We are able to survive on a wide variety of foods, both animal and vegetable.
For example, the Eskimos are almost totally meat eaters:
We are able to survive on a wide variety of foods, both animal and vegetable.
For example, the Eskimos are almost totally meat eaters:
seal, bear, whale meat and fish form their whole diet;
the Aborigines of Australia, living in dry desert regions,
seal, bear, whale meat and fish form their whole diet;
the Aborigines of Australia, living in dry desert regions,
have learnt to survive by making use of forms of insect life as food
to supplement their diet of fruits and roots.
have learnt to survive by making use of forms of insect life as food
to supplement their diet of fruits and roots.
Men have learnt to survive in the deserts and in dense rain forests;
they have learnt to raise domestic animals,
Men have learnt to survive in the deserts and in dense rain forests;
they have learnt to raise domestic animals,
which live at high altitudes so that
they can inhabit the mountainous regions of the world like Tibet;
which live at high altitudes so that
they can inhabit the mountainous regions of the world like Tibet;
and they have made the coconut their chief food on the Pacific islands.
Questions 29 to 31 are based on the passage you have just heard.
and they have made the coconut their chief food on the Pacific islands.
Questions 29 to 31 are based on the passage you have just heard.
29. What can we learn about the ability to eat various foods?
30. Why does the speaker quote the examples of the Eskimos and Aborigines?
29. What can we learn about the ability to eat various foods?
30. Why does the speaker quote the examples of the Eskimos and Aborigines?
31. What is coconut according to the passage?
Passage Three
31. What is coconut according to the passage?
Passage Three
  Ben Johnson was the name of the candidate defeated by George Washington
in the 1780 presidential race.
  Ben Johnson was the name of the candidate defeated by George Washington
in the 1780 presidential race.
Nicknamed “The Giant of a Man,” Johnson was massive in stature
and he had a large head in proportion to his body.
Nicknamed “The Giant of a Man,” Johnson was massive in stature
and he had a large head in proportion to his body.
Despite his physical appearance, Johnson was an alarming candidate.
  It was only a few years prior that Johnson had defeated some
Despite his physical appearance, Johnson was an alarming candidate.
  It was only a few years prior that Johnson had defeated some
of Washington’s attempts to change the territorial areas of Virginia.
During that political contest, the Washington- Johnson debates
of Washington’s attempts to change the territorial areas of Virginia.
During that political contest, the Washington- Johnson debates
were popular throughout the whole country.
At the time, the issue of state self-government was foremost in the minds of many citizens.
were popular throughout the whole country.
At the time, the issue of state self-government was foremost in the minds of many citizens.
  One reason Johnson was defeated in his bid for presidency was
the stand he took on the issue of federalism.
  One reason Johnson was defeated in his bid for presidency was
the stand he took on the issue of federalism.
The people of the incorporated states, angry over his position,
voted almost completely for Washington.
The people of the incorporated states, angry over his position,
voted almost completely for Washington.
If Johnson had been willing to change some of his positions on the issue,
he may have won the presidency.
If Johnson had been willing to change some of his positions on the issue,
he may have won the presidency.
  Although he lost the election, Johnson continued to serve the government.
Soon after the election of 1780, the Mexican Independence War began.
  Although he lost the election, Johnson continued to serve the government.
Soon after the election of 1780, the Mexican Independence War began.
Johnson offered his services to the president that had defeated him
and he died from illness during the middle of the war.
Johnson offered his services to the president that had defeated him
and he died from illness during the middle of the war.
Even though Johnson never did become president,
he will always be remembered as a great early American.
Even though Johnson never did become president,
he will always be remembered as a great early American.
Questions 32 to 35 are based on the passage you have just heard.
32. When did Washington defeat Johnson for the presidency?
Questions 32 to 35 are based on the passage you have just heard.
32. When did Washington defeat Johnson for the presidency?
33. Why was Johnson called “The Giant of a Man”?
34. What was true of the debates about Virginia’s territorial area?
33. Why was Johnson called “The Giant of a Man”?
34. What was true of the debates about Virginia’s territorial area?
35. What is the major topic of this passage?
Section C
35. What is the major topic of this passage?
Section C
Directions:
In this section, you will hear a passage three times.
Directions:
In this section, you will hear a passage three times.
When the passage is read for the first time,
you should listen carefully for its general idea.
When the passage is read for the first time,
you should listen carefully for its general idea.
When the passage is read for the second time,
you are required to fill in the blanks numbered from 36 to 43
When the passage is read for the second time,
you are required to fill in the blanks numbered from 36 to 43
with the exact words you have just heard.
For blanks numbered from 44 to 46 you are required to fill in the missing information.
with the exact words you have just heard.
For blanks numbered from 44 to 46 you are required to fill in the missing information.
For these blanks, you can either use the exact words you have just heard
or write down the main points in your own words.
For these blanks, you can either use the exact words you have just heard
or write down the main points in your own words.
Finally, when the passage is read for the third time,
you should check what you have written.
Finally, when the passage is read for the third time,
you should check what you have written.
Now listen to the passage.
   What can hospital do to help patients recover faster from illness?
Now listen to the passage.
   What can hospital do to help patients recover faster from illness?
Apart from nursing and medicine,
one way that is getting more attention is
Apart from nursing and medicine,
one way that is getting more attention is
to improve the quality of the environment in hospitals.
Now some of Britain’s most talented artists
to improve the quality of the environment in hospitals.
Now some of Britain’s most talented artists
have been called in to transform older hospitals.
Of the 2,500 National Health Service hospitals in Britain,
have been called in to transform older hospitals.
Of the 2,500 National Health Service hospitals in Britain,
almost 100 now have large collections of contemporary art in corridors,
waiting areas and treatment rooms.
almost 100 now have large collections of contemporary art in corridors,
waiting areas and treatment rooms.
These recent creative ideas owe a great deal to one artist, Peter Senior.
He set up his studio at a Manchester hospital in northeastern England during the early 1970s.
These recent creative ideas owe a great deal to one artist, Peter Senior.
He set up his studio at a Manchester hospital in northeastern England during the early 1970s.
He felt the artist had lost his place in modern society,
and that art should be enjoyed by a wider audience.
He felt the artist had lost his place in modern society,
and that art should be enjoyed by a wider audience.
A typical hospital waiting room might have as many as 5,000 visitors each week.
What better place to hold regular exhibitions of art!
A typical hospital waiting room might have as many as 5,000 visitors each week.
What better place to hold regular exhibitions of art!
Senior was so popular that he was soon joined by six young art school graduates.
The effect was striking.
Senior was so popular that he was soon joined by six young art school graduates.
The effect was striking.
Now in the corridors and waiting rooms the visitors have a full view of fresh colors,
amusing images and peaceful courtyards.
Now in the corridors and waiting rooms the visitors have a full view of fresh colors,
amusing images and peaceful courtyards.
The quality of the environment may reduce the expensive drugs
when a patient is recovering from an illness.
The quality of the environment may reduce the expensive drugs
when a patient is recovering from an illness.
According to a study, patients who had a view of a garden
needed half the number of strong pain killers compared with patients
According to a study, patients who had a view of a garden
needed half the number of strong pain killers compared with patients
who had only a brick wall to look at.
Now the passage will be read again.
who had only a brick wall to look at.
Now the passage will be read again.
   What can hospital do to help patients recover faster from illness?
Apart from nursing and medicine,
   What can hospital do to help patients recover faster from illness?
Apart from nursing and medicine,
one way that is getting more attention is
to improve the quality of the environment in hospitals.
one way that is getting more attention is
to improve the quality of the environment in hospitals.
Now some of Britain’s most talented artists
have been called in to transform older hospitals.
Now some of Britain’s most talented artists
have been called in to transform older hospitals.
Of the 2,500 National Health Service hospitals in Britain,
almost 100 now have large collections of contemporary art in corridors,
Of the 2,500 National Health Service hospitals in Britain,
almost 100 now have large collections of contemporary art in corridors,
waiting areas and treatment rooms.
These recent creative ideas owe a great deal to one artist, Peter Senior.
waiting areas and treatment rooms.
These recent creative ideas owe a great deal to one artist, Peter Senior.
He set up his studio at a Manchester hospital in northeastern England during the early 1970s.
He felt the artist had lost his place in modern society,
He set up his studio at a Manchester hospital in northeastern England during the early 1970s.
He felt the artist had lost his place in modern society,
and that art should be enjoyed by a wider audience.
A typical hospital waiting room might have as many as 5,000 visitors each week.
and that art should be enjoyed by a wider audience.
A typical hospital waiting room might have as many as 5,000 visitors each week.
What better place to hold regular exhibitions of art!
Senior was so popular that he was soon joined by six young art school graduates.
What better place to hold regular exhibitions of art!
Senior was so popular that he was soon joined by six young art school graduates.
[The effect was striking.
Now in the corridors and waiting rooms the visitors have a full view of fresh colors,
[The effect was striking.
Now in the corridors and waiting rooms the visitors have a full view of fresh colors,
amusing images and peaceful courtyards.
The quality of the environment may reduce the expensive drugs
amusing images and peaceful courtyards.
The quality of the environment may reduce the expensive drugs
when a patient is recovering from an illness.
According to a study, patients who had a view of a garden
when a patient is recovering from an illness.
According to a study, patients who had a view of a garden
needed half the number of strong pain killers
compared with patients who had only a brick wall to look at.
needed half the number of strong pain killers
compared with patients who had only a brick wall to look at.
Now the passage will be read for the third time.
  What can hospital do to help patients recover faster from illness?
Now the passage will be read for the third time.
  What can hospital do to help patients recover faster from illness?
Apart from nursing and medicine, one way that is getting more attention
is to improve the quality of the environment in hospitals.
Apart from nursing and medicine, one way that is getting more attention
is to improve the quality of the environment in hospitals.
Now some of Britain’s most talented artists have been called in to transform older hospitals.
Of the 2,500 National Health Service hospitals in Britain,
Now some of Britain’s most talented artists have been called in to transform older hospitals.
Of the 2,500 National Health Service hospitals in Britain,
almost 100 now have large collections of contemporary art in corridors,
waiting areas and treatment rooms.
almost 100 now have large collections of contemporary art in corridors,
waiting areas and treatment rooms.
These recent creative ideas owe a great deal to one artist, Peter Senior.
He set up his studio at a Manchester hospital in northeastern England during the early 1970s.
These recent creative ideas owe a great deal to one artist, Peter Senior.
He set up his studio at a Manchester hospital in northeastern England during the early 1970s.
He felt the artist had lost his place in modern society,
and that art should be enjoyed by a wider audience.
He felt the artist had lost his place in modern society,
and that art should be enjoyed by a wider audience.
A typical hospital waiting room might have as many as 5,000 visitors each week.
What better place to hold regular exhibitions of art! Senior was so popular
A typical hospital waiting room might have as many as 5,000 visitors each week.
What better place to hold regular exhibitions of art! Senior was so popular
that he was soon joined by six young art school graduates.
The effect was striking.
that he was soon joined by six young art school graduates.
The effect was striking.
Now in the corridors and waiting rooms the visitors have a full view of fresh colors,
amusing images and peaceful courtyards.
Now in the corridors and waiting rooms the visitors have a full view of fresh colors,
amusing images and peaceful courtyards.
The quality of the environment may reduce the expensive drugs
when a patient is recovering from an illness.
The quality of the environment may reduce the expensive drugs
when a patient is recovering from an illness.
According to a study, patients who had a view of a garden needed
half the number of strong pain killers compared with patients who had only a brick wall to look at.
According to a study, patients who had a view of a garden needed
half the number of strong pain killers compared with patients who had only a brick wall to look at.
This is the end of listening comprehension.

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