四级考试巅峰训练一本通 Test 7

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[00:01.55]Test Seven
[00:03.30]Section A
[00:05.21]1. W: This course wasn't supposed to be hard.
[00:08.90]M: But it sure turned out to be, didn't it?
[00:11.50]Q: What does the woman think about the course?
[00:31.10]2. W: I'd like to speak to Betty, please.
[00:34.25]M: Sorry, she's not here now. May I take a message?
[00:37.92]Q: Where did this conversation probably take place?
[00:57.81]3. M: What do you think about studying English?
[01:01.54]W: Well, reading and writing aren't too difficult,
[01:04.05]although they are more difficult than grammar.
[01:06.49]Spoken English is the hardest of all.
[01:09.56]Q: What does the woman think
[01:11.97]is the easiest thing to learn in English?
[01:30.09]4. W: You look upset. What happened?
[01:33.47]M: I didn't catch my train this morning.
[01:35.33]I ran to the station and got there five minutes late.
[01:38.76]Q: What happened to the man this morning?
[01:57.85]5. W: What about those new bookshelves
[02:00.95]you wanted to put up in your apartment?
[02:03.07]M: I haven't got time to do it,
[02:04.70]so I'm having someone put them up for me.
[02:07.51]Q: Who's building the new bookshelves?
[02:26.73]6. M: That's a nice bike. Is it new?
[02:30.41]W: No. I got it almost five years ago,
[02:32.58]but it's still in good condition.
[02:34.99]Q: How old is the woman's bicycle?
[02:54.08]7. W: The map shows that this street goes to the park.
[02:58.16]M: Yes, but what we want to know
[02:59.88]is how to get to the university.
[03:02.46]Q: What does the man mean?
[03:21.17]8. W: I suppose you have been buying Christmas gifts for your family.
[03:25.71]M: I bought tennis shoes for my son,
[03:27.57]but I haven't decided what to buy for my wife.
[03:29.90]Probably some clothes or music records.
[03:32.83]Q: What has the man bought for his wife?
[03:52.50]Conversation One
[03:54.47]Elina Malinen was in fact invited
[03:56.88]for an interview at the "Bon Appetit Restaurant".
[03:59.84]Here is part of the interview.
[04:02.16]M: Good evening, Miss Malinen. Won't you sit down?
[04:05.06]W: Good evening. Thank you.
[04:06.73]M: Now, I notice you left the Hotel Scandinavia in 1980.
[04:10.72]What are you now doing in England?
[04:12.64]W: I'm spending a few months brushing up my English
[04:15.33]and getting to know the country better.
[04:17.31]M: And you want to work in England too. Why?
[04:20.26]W: I'm keen on getting some experience abroad,
[04:22.60]and I like England and English people.
[04:24.77]M: Good. Now I see from the information you sent me
[04:27.64]that you've worked in your last employment for nearly four years.
[04:30.67]Was that a large restaurant?
[04:32.82]W: Medium size for Finland, about forty tables.
[04:36.02]M: I see. Well, you'd find it rather different here.
[04:38.98]Ours is much smaller, we have only ten tables.
[04:42.09]W: That must be very cosy.
[04:44.18]M: We try to create a warm, intimate atmosphere.
[04:47.14]Now, as to the job,
[04:48.72]you would be expected to look after five tables normally,
[04:51.58]though we get in extra staff for peak periods.
[04:54.51]W: I see.
[04:55.44]M: I'm the Restaurant Manager and Head Waiter,
[04:57.56]so you'd be working directly under me.
[04:59.79]You'd be responsible for bringing in the dishes from the kitchen,
[05:02.60]serving the drinks, and if necessary looking after the bills.
[05:06.42]So you'd be kept pretty busy.
[05:08.16]W: I'm used to that. In my last position
[05:10.18]we were busy most of the time, especially in summer.
[05:12.58]M: Good. Now, is there anything you'd like to ask about the job?
[05:15.77]W: Well, the usual question
[05:17.56]— what sort of salary were you thinking of paying?
[05:20.18]M: We pay our waiters forty pounds a week,
[05:22.31]and you would get your evening meal free.
[05:24.19]W: I see.
[05:25.44]M: Now, you may have wondered
[05:26.45]why I asked you here so late in the day.
[05:28.78]The fact is, I would like to see you in action, so to speak.
[05:31.88]Would you be willing to act as a waitress here
[05:33.90]this evening for half an hour or so?
[05:35.78]Our first customer will be coming in,
[05:37.61]let me see, in about ten minutes time.
[05:40.04]W: Well, I'm free this evening otherwise.
[05:42.52]M: Good. And in return perhaps you will have dinner with us?
[05:45.93]Now, let me show you the kitchen first. This way, please …
[05:50.48]Questions 9 to 12 are based on the conversation you have just heard.
[05:54.62]9. Where does this conversation take place?
[06:13.98]10. What's the relationship between the two speakers?
[06:33.73]11. What's the man's position in the restaurant?
[06:53.28]12. Why does the man ask the woman to come here late in the day?
[07:13.74]Conversation Two
[07:15.81]M: Have you ever been chased by a dog, Keith?
[07:18.29]W: No, I haven't, but I have been chased by a bull.
[07:21.12]M: Really?
[07:21.96]W: Yes, it was a couple of weekends ago — I was … er …
[07:24.57]I was going for a walk out in the country
[07:26.70]following this footpath and it went through a field,
[07:30.02]and I was so busy looking out for the footpath
[07:32.45]that I didn't notice that the field was full of young bullocks.
[07:35.98]And the trouble was I was wearing this bright red anorak,
[07:39.38]and suddenly the bulls started bucking
[07:41.28]and jumping up and down and started chasing me.
[07:43.83]M: What did you do?
[07:44.89]W: Well, I was pretty scared —
[07:46.32]I just ran for the nearest fence and jumped over it.
[07:49.45]M: Actually I do know somebody who once got bitten
[07:52.40]by a dog while he was jogging.
[07:53.86]W: Was he? How did that happen?
[07:55.57]M: Well, he was running past a farm
[07:57.52]when suddenly this sheepdog came out and started barking at him,
[08:00.66]so he tried to kick it out of the way
[08:02.21]but then suddenly the dog jumped up and bit him in the leg.
[08:05.63]I think he had to go to the doctor to make sure it wasn't infected.
[08:10.71]Questions 13 to 15 are based on the conversation you have just heard.
[08:15.34]13. When was Keith chased by bulls?
[08:34.52]14. What was Keith doing when he was chased by bulls?
[08:54.68]15. Why did the bulls start chasing Keith?
[09:16.07]Section B
[09:17.99]Passage One
[09:19.82]Can you imagine ice that does not melt and is not wet?
[09:23.16]Have you ever heard of dry ice?
[09:25.68]Dry ice is made by freezing a gas.
[09:28.39]It is quite different from ordinary ice,
[09:30.52]which is simply frozen water.
[09:32.62]Dry ice was first manufactured in 1925.
[09:35.97]It can be used for making artificial fog in the movies.
[09:39.59]When steam is passed over dry ice, a very dense vapor rises.
[09:43.84]It can also be used for destroying insects in grain supplies.
[09:47.62]It is more practical than ordinary ice
[09:50.09]because it takes up less space and is 142 degrees colder.
[09:55.14]Since it turns into steam instead of melting into water,
[09:58.39]it is cheaper to use.
[10:00.28]For these reasons it is extremely popular,
[10:02.70]and many people prefer it to ordinary ice.
[10:05.71]Dry ice is so cold that,
[10:07.57]if you touch it with your bare fingers, it will burn you.
[10:12.35]Questions 16 to 19 are based on the passage you have just heard.
[10:16.90]16. What is dry ice made of?
[10:35.80]17. How is an artificial fog made for the movies?
[10:56.10]18. What is the advantage of dry ice over ordinary ice?
[11:16.51]19. When was dry ice first made?
[11:35.97]Passage Two
[11:37.75]The way we see things is affected by
[11:39.80]what we know or what we believe.
[11:41.98]In the Middle Ages
[11:43.24]when men believed in the physical existence of Hell,
[11:46.03]the sight of fire must have meant something different
[11:48.39]from what it means today.
[11:50.37]Nevertheless their idea of Hell owed
[11:52.23]a lot to the sight of fire consuming and the ashes remaining
[11:56.26]as well as to their experience of the pain of burns.
[12:00.23]We only see what we look at.
[12:02.32]To look is an act of choice.
[12:04.48]As a result of this act,
[12:06.09]what we see is brought within our reach
[12:08.44]— though not necessarily within arm's reach.
[12:10.84]To touch something is to situate oneself in relation to it.
[12:14.45]We never look at just one thing:
[12:16.09]we are always looking at the relation
[12:17.89]between things and ourselves.
[12:19.85]Our vision is continually active, continually moving,
[12:22.93]continually holding things in a circle around itself.
[12:26.52]Soon after we can see, we are aware that we can also be seen.
[12:30.46]The eyes of the others combine with our own eyes
[12:32.82]to make it fully clear that we are part of the visible world.
[12:37.96]Questions 20 to 22 are based on the passage you have just heard.
[12:42.36]20. What usually affects the way we see things
[12:46.09]according to the passage?
[13:03.47]21. When did men believe in the physical existence of Hell?
[13:23.86]22. What are we aware of when we see things
[13:27.43]according to the passage?
[13:45.01]Passage Three
[13:46.82]All the useful energy at the surface of the earth
[13:49.37]comes from the activity of the sun.
[13:51.61]The sun heats and feeds mankind.
[13:54.18]Each year it provides men with two hundred million tons of grain
[13:57.83]and nearly ten million tons of wood.
[14:00.74]Coal,oil, natural gas, and all other fuels
[14:04.01]are stored up energy from the sun.
[14:06.33]Some was collected by this season's plants as carbon compounds.
[14:10.57]Some was stored by plants and trees ages ago.
[14:14.24]Even waterpower derives from the sun.
[14:16.97]Water turned into vapor by the sun falls as rain.
[14:20.39]It courses down the mountains and is converted to electric power.
[14:24.32]Light transmits only the energy that comes from the sun's outer layers,
[14:28.48]and much of this energy that is directed toward the earth never arrives.
[14:32.55]About nine tenths of it is absorbed by the atmosphere of the earth.
[14:36.96]In fact, the earth itself gets only one half billionth
[14:40.54]of the sun's entire output of radiant energy.
[14:45.73]Questions 23 to 25 are based on the passage you have just heard.
[14:50.70]23. Where does all the energy at the surface of the earth come from?
[15:11.29]24. From which layer of the sun does the energy come?
[15:31.34]25. What is the amount of the sun's entire
[15:35.12]output of radiant energy received by the earth?
[15:55.70]Section C
[15:57.49]With the holiday shopping season upon us, hectic schedules,
[16:00.80]irregular meals and stress
[16:02.84]can make it hard to resist the many temptation of the food court.
[16:06.49]There are also enough opportunities
[16:08.20]to squeeze in extra exercise while you shop.
[16:11.11]Suit up.
[16:12.41]Choose shoes made for climbing up and down escalators and stairs.
[16:15.99]Ten minutes of stair climbing burn 80 calories
[16:18.32]for someone who weighs 60 kilograms.
[16:20.54]The more you weigh, the more you'll burn.
[16:22.75]Don't waste time fighting over the closest parking spaces.
[16:25.62]Pick a far away spot and applaud yourself for walking the distance.
[16:29.40]Speed walking through the mall at the pace
[16:31.23]you'd use to race to a store just before it closes
[16:34.29]can burn as many as 2.54 calories per hour
[16:37.39]per 454 grams of body weight.
[16:40.02]Choose wisely at the food court.
[16:41.78]Scan the territory and go for the vegetables,
[16:43.89]the more the better.
[16:45.01]Salads, soups and stirfried foods are generally wise options.
[16:48.93]Go off the beaten track at fast food chains.
[16:51.45]A double burger with cheese,
[16:52.90]fries and a shake can total nearly 2,000 calories,
[16:56.09]with almost 100 grams of fat.
[16:58.35]But a McDonald's salad shaker contains less than 400.
[17:01.73]Avoid coffee drinks with whole milk or cream or whipped cream.
[17:06.93]With the holiday shopping season upon us,
[17:08.94]hectic schedules, irregular meals and stress
[17:13.71]can make it hard to resist the many temptation of the food court.
[17:18.91]There are also enough opportunities
[17:20.68]to squeeze in extra exercise while you shop.
[17:26.56]Suit up.
[17:27.81]Choose shoes made for climbing up and down escalators and stairs.
[17:32.91]Ten minutes of stair climbing burn 80 calories
[17:36.85]for someone who weighs 60 kilograms.
[17:38.98]The more you weigh, the more you'll burn.
[17:41.12]Don't waste time fighting over the closest parking spaces.
[17:44.02]Pick a far away spot and applaud yourself for walking the distance.
[17:49.24]Speed walking through the mall at the pace
[17:52.63]you'd use to race to a store just before it closes
[17:55.74]can burn as many as 2.54 calories per hour
[17:58.77]per 454 grams of body weight.
[18:01.42]Choose wisely at the food court.
[18:03.17]Scan the territory and go for the vegetables,
[18:05.29]the more the better.
[18:06.45]Salads, soups and stirfried foods are generally wise options.
[18:57.89]Go off the beaten track at fast food chains.
[19:00.35]A double burger with cheese,
[19:01.63]fries and a shake can total nearly 2,000 calories,
[19:04.92]with almost 100 grams of fat.
[19:54.75]But a McDonald's salad shaker contains less than 400.
[19:58.12]Avoid coffee drinks with whole milk or cream or whipped cream.
[20:50.72]With the holiday shopping season upon us,
[20:52.69]hectic schedules, irregular meals and stress
[20:55.98]can make it hard to resist the many temptation of the food court.
[20:59.73]There are also enough opportunities
[21:01.49]to squeeze in extra exercise while you shop.
[21:04.33]Suit up.
[21:05.59]Choose shoes made for climbing up and down escalators and stairs.
[21:09.16]Ten minutes of stair climbing burn 80 calories
[21:11.70]for someone who weighs 60 kilograms.
[21:13.69]The more you weigh, the more you'll burn.
[21:15.88]Don't waste time fighting over the closest parking spaces.
[21:18.74]Pick a far away spot and applaud yourself for walking the distance.
[21:22.57]Speed walking through the mall at the pace
[21:24.30]you'd use to race to a store just before it closes
[21:27.51]can burn as many as 2.54 calories per hour
[21:30.57]per 454 grams of body weight.
[21:33.24]Choose wisely at the food court.
[21:34.96]Scan the territory and go for the vegetables,
[21:37.07]the more the better.
[21:38.22]Salads, soups and stirfried foods are generally wise options.
[21:42.15]Go off the beaten track at fast food chains.
[21:44.61]A double burger with cheese,
[21:46.03]fries and a shake can total nearly 2,000 calories,
[21:49.23]with almost 100 grams of fat.
[21:51.52]But a McDonald's salad shaker contains less than 400.
[21:54.91]Avoid coffee drinks with whole milk or cream or whipped cream.
[00:01.55]Test Seven [00:03.30]Section A [00:05.21]1. W: This course wasn't supposed to be hard. [00:08.90]M: But it sure turned out to be, didn't it? [00:11.50]Q: What does the woman think about the course? [00:31.10]2. W: I'd like to speak to Betty, please. [00:34.25]M: Sorry, she's not here now. May I take a message? [00:37.92]Q: Where did this conversation probably take place? [00:57.81]3. M: What do you think about studying English? [01:01.54]W: Well, reading and writing aren't too difficult, [01:04.05]although they are more difficult than grammar. [01:06.49]Spoken English is the hardest of all. [01:09.56]Q: What does the woman think [01:11.97]is the easiest thing to learn in English? [01:30.09]4. W: You look upset. What happened? [01:33.47]M: I didn't catch my train this morning. [01:35.33]I ran to the station and got there five minutes late. [01:38.76]Q: What happened to the man this morning? [01:57.85]5. W: What about those new bookshelves [02:00.95]you wanted to put up in your apartment? [02:03.07]M: I haven't got time to do it, [02:04.70]so I'm having someone put them up for me. [02:07.51]Q: Who's building the new bookshelves? [02:26.73]6. M: That's a nice bike. Is it new? [02:30.41]W: No. I got it almost five years ago, [02:32.58]but it's still in good condition. [02:34.99]Q: How old is the woman's bicycle? [02:54.08]7. W: The map shows that this street goes to the park. [02:58.16]M: Yes, but what we want to know [02:59.88]is how to get to the university. [03:02.46]Q: What does the man mean? [03:21.17]8. W: I suppose you have been buying Christmas gifts for your family. [03:25.71]M: I bought tennis shoes for my son, [03:27.57]but I haven't decided what to buy for my wife. [03:29.90]Probably some clothes or music records. [03:32.83]Q: What has the man bought for his wife? [03:52.50]Conversation One [03:54.47]Elina Malinen was in fact invited [03:56.88]for an interview at the "Bon Appetit Restaurant". [03:59.84]Here is part of the interview. [04:02.16]M: Good evening, Miss Malinen. Won't you sit down? [04:05.06]W: Good evening. Thank you. [04:06.73]M: Now, I notice you left the Hotel Scandinavia in 1980. [04:10.72]What are you now doing in England? [04:12.64]W: I'm spending a few months brushing up my English [04:15.33]and getting to know the country better. [04:17.31]M: And you want to work in England too. Why? [04:20.26]W: I'm keen on getting some experience abroad, [04:22.60]and I like England and English people. [04:24.77]M: Good. Now I see from the information you sent me [04:27.64]that you've worked in your last employment for nearly four years. [04:30.67]Was that a large restaurant? [04:32.82]W: Medium size for Finland, about forty tables. [04:36.02]M: I see. Well, you'd find it rather different here. [04:38.98]Ours is much smaller, we have only ten tables. [04:42.09]W: That must be very cosy. [04:44.18]M: We try to create a warm, intimate atmosphere. [04:47.14]Now, as to the job, [04:48.72]you would be expected to look after five tables normally, [04:51.58]though we get in extra staff for peak periods. [04:54.51]W: I see. [04:55.44]M: I'm the Restaurant Manager and Head Waiter, [04:57.56]so you'd be working directly under me. [04:59.79]You'd be responsible for bringing in the dishes from the kitchen, [05:02.60]serving the drinks, and if necessary looking after the bills. [05:06.42]So you'd be kept pretty busy. [05:08.16]W: I'm used to that. In my last position [05:10.18]we were busy most of the time, especially in summer. [05:12.58]M: Good. Now, is there anything you'd like to ask about the job? [05:15.77]W: Well, the usual question [05:17.56]— what sort of salary were you thinking of paying? [05:20.18]M: We pay our waiters forty pounds a week, [05:22.31]and you would get your evening meal free. [05:24.19]W: I see. [05:25.44]M: Now, you may have wondered [05:26.45]why I asked you here so late in the day. [05:28.78]The fact is, I would like to see you in action, so to speak. [05:31.88]Would you be willing to act as a waitress here [05:33.90]this evening for half an hour or so? [05:35.78]Our first customer will be coming in, [05:37.61]let me see, in about ten minutes time. [05:40.04]W: Well, I'm free this evening otherwise. [05:42.52]M: Good. And in return perhaps you will have dinner with us? [05:45.93]Now, let me show you the kitchen first. This way, please … [05:50.48]Questions 9 to 12 are based on the conversation you have just heard. [05:54.62]9. Where does this conversation take place? [06:13.98]10. What's the relationship between the two speakers? [06:33.73]11. What's the man's position in the restaurant? [06:53.28]12. Why does the man ask the woman to come here late in the day? [07:13.74]Conversation Two [07:15.81]M: Have you ever been chased by a dog, Keith? [07:18.29]W: No, I haven't, but I have been chased by a bull. [07:21.12]M: Really? [07:21.96]W: Yes, it was a couple of weekends ago — I was … er … [07:24.57]I was going for a walk out in the country [07:26.70]following this footpath and it went through a field, [07:30.02]and I was so busy looking out for the footpath [07:32.45]that I didn't notice that the field was full of young bullocks. [07:35.98]And the trouble was I was wearing this bright red anorak, [07:39.38]and suddenly the bulls started bucking [07:41.28]and jumping up and down and started chasing me. [07:43.83]M: What did you do? [07:44.89]W: Well, I was pretty scared — [07:46.32]I just ran for the nearest fence and jumped over it. [07:49.45]M: Actually I do know somebody who once got bitten [07:52.40]by a dog while he was jogging. [07:53.86]W: Was he? How did that happen? [07:55.57]M: Well, he was running past a farm [07:57.52]when suddenly this sheepdog came out and started barking at him, [08:00.66]so he tried to kick it out of the way [08:02.21]but then suddenly the dog jumped up and bit him in the leg. [08:05.63]I think he had to go to the doctor to make sure it wasn't infected. [08:10.71]Questions 13 to 15 are based on the conversation you have just heard. [08:15.34]13. When was Keith chased by bulls? [08:34.52]14. What was Keith doing when he was chased by bulls? [08:54.68]15. Why did the bulls start chasing Keith? [09:16.07]Section B [09:17.99]Passage One [09:19.82]Can you imagine ice that does not melt and is not wet? [09:23.16]Have you ever heard of dry ice? [09:25.68]Dry ice is made by freezing a gas. [09:28.39]It is quite different from ordinary ice, [09:30.52]which is simply frozen water. [09:32.62]Dry ice was first manufactured in 1925. [09:35.97]It can be used for making artificial fog in the movies. [09:39.59]When steam is passed over dry ice, a very dense vapor rises. [09:43.84]It can also be used for destroying insects in grain supplies. [09:47.62]It is more practical than ordinary ice [09:50.09]because it takes up less space and is 142 degrees colder. [09:55.14]Since it turns into steam instead of melting into water, [09:58.39]it is cheaper to use. [10:00.28]For these reasons it is extremely popular, [10:02.70]and many people prefer it to ordinary ice. [10:05.71]Dry ice is so cold that, [10:07.57]if you touch it with your bare fingers, it will burn you. [10:12.35]Questions 16 to 19 are based on the passage you have just heard. [10:16.90]16. What is dry ice made of? [10:35.80]17. How is an artificial fog made for the movies? [10:56.10]18. What is the advantage of dry ice over ordinary ice? [11:16.51]19. When was dry ice first made? [11:35.97]Passage Two [11:37.75]The way we see things is affected by [11:39.80]what we know or what we believe. [11:41.98]In the Middle Ages [11:43.24]when men believed in the physical existence of Hell, [11:46.03]the sight of fire must have meant something different [11:48.39]from what it means today. [11:50.37]Nevertheless their idea of Hell owed [11:52.23]a lot to the sight of fire consuming and the ashes remaining [11:56.26]as well as to their experience of the pain of burns. [12:00.23]We only see what we look at. [12:02.32]To look is an act of choice. [12:04.48]As a result of this act, [12:06.09]what we see is brought within our reach [12:08.44]— though not necessarily within arm's reach. [12:10.84]To touch something is to situate oneself in relation to it. [12:14.45]We never look at just one thing: [12:16.09]we are always looking at the relation [12:17.89]between things and ourselves. [12:19.85]Our vision is continually active, continually moving, [12:22.93]continually holding things in a circle around itself. [12:26.52]Soon after we can see, we are aware that we can also be seen. [12:30.46]The eyes of the others combine with our own eyes [12:32.82]to make it fully clear that we are part of the visible world. [12:37.96]Questions 20 to 22 are based on the passage you have just heard. [12:42.36]20. What usually affects the way we see things [12:46.09]according to the passage? [13:03.47]21. When did men believe in the physical existence of Hell? [13:23.86]22. What are we aware of when we see things [13:27.43]according to the passage? [13:45.01]Passage Three [13:46.82]All the useful energy at the surface of the earth [13:49.37]comes from the activity of the sun. [13:51.61]The sun heats and feeds mankind. [13:54.18]Each year it provides men with two hundred million tons of grain [13:57.83]and nearly ten million tons of wood. [14:00.74]Coal,oil, natural gas, and all other fuels [14:04.01]are stored up energy from the sun. [14:06.33]Some was collected by this season's plants as carbon compounds. [14:10.57]Some was stored by plants and trees ages ago. [14:14.24]Even waterpower derives from the sun. [14:16.97]Water turned into vapor by the sun falls as rain. [14:20.39]It courses down the mountains and is converted to electric power. [14:24.32]Light transmits only the energy that comes from the sun's outer layers, [14:28.48]and much of this energy that is directed toward the earth never arrives. [14:32.55]About nine tenths of it is absorbed by the atmosphere of the earth. [14:36.96]In fact, the earth itself gets only one half billionth [14:40.54]of the sun's entire output of radiant energy. [14:45.73]Questions 23 to 25 are based on the passage you have just heard. [14:50.70]23. Where does all the energy at the surface of the earth come from? [15:11.29]24. From which layer of the sun does the energy come? [15:31.34]25. What is the amount of the sun's entire [15:35.12]output of radiant energy received by the earth? [15:55.70]Section C [15:57.49]With the holiday shopping season upon us, hectic schedules, [16:00.80]irregular meals and stress [16:02.84]can make it hard to resist the many temptation of the food court. [16:06.49]There are also enough opportunities [16:08.20]to squeeze in extra exercise while you shop. [16:11.11]Suit up. [16:12.41]Choose shoes made for climbing up and down escalators and stairs. [16:15.99]Ten minutes of stair climbing burn 80 calories [16:18.32]for someone who weighs 60 kilograms. [16:20.54]The more you weigh, the more you'll burn. [16:22.75]Don't waste time fighting over the closest parking spaces. [16:25.62]Pick a far away spot and applaud yourself for walking the distance. [16:29.40]Speed walking through the mall at the pace [16:31.23]you'd use to race to a store just before it closes [16:34.29]can burn as many as 2.54 calories per hour [16:37.39]per 454 grams of body weight. [16:40.02]Choose wisely at the food court. [16:41.78]Scan the territory and go for the vegetables, [16:43.89]the more the better. [16:45.01]Salads, soups and stirfried foods are generally wise options. [16:48.93]Go off the beaten track at fast food chains. [16:51.45]A double burger with cheese, [16:52.90]fries and a shake can total nearly 2,000 calories, [16:56.09]with almost 100 grams of fat. [16:58.35]But a McDonald's salad shaker contains less than 400. [17:01.73]Avoid coffee drinks with whole milk or cream or whipped cream. [17:06.93]With the holiday shopping season upon us, [17:08.94]hectic schedules, irregular meals and stress [17:13.71]can make it hard to resist the many temptation of the food court. [17:18.91]There are also enough opportunities [17:20.68]to squeeze in extra exercise while you shop. [17:26.56]Suit up. [17:27.81]Choose shoes made for climbing up and down escalators and stairs. [17:32.91]Ten minutes of stair climbing burn 80 calories [17:36.85]for someone who weighs 60 kilograms. [17:38.98]The more you weigh, the more you'll burn. [17:41.12]Don't waste time fighting over the closest parking spaces. [17:44.02]Pick a far away spot and applaud yourself for walking the distance. [17:49.24]Speed walking through the mall at the pace [17:52.63]you'd use to race to a store just before it closes [17:55.74]can burn as many as 2.54 calories per hour [17:58.77]per 454 grams of body weight. [18:01.42]Choose wisely at the food court. [18:03.17]Scan the territory and go for the vegetables, [18:05.29]the more the better. [18:06.45]Salads, soups and stirfried foods are generally wise options. [18:57.89]Go off the beaten track at fast food chains. [19:00.35]A double burger with cheese, [19:01.63]fries and a shake can total nearly 2,000 calories, [19:04.92]with almost 100 grams of fat. [19:54.75]But a McDonald's salad shaker contains less than 400. [19:58.12]Avoid coffee drinks with whole milk or cream or whipped cream. [20:50.72]With the holiday shopping season upon us, [20:52.69]hectic schedules, irregular meals and stress [20:55.98]can make it hard to resist the many temptation of the food court. [20:59.73]There are also enough opportunities [21:01.49]to squeeze in extra exercise while you shop. [21:04.33]Suit up. [21:05.59]Choose shoes made for climbing up and down escalators and stairs. [21:09.16]Ten minutes of stair climbing burn 80 calories [21:11.70]for someone who weighs 60 kilograms. [21:13.69]The more you weigh, the more you'll burn. [21:15.88]Don't waste time fighting over the closest parking spaces. [21:18.74]Pick a far away spot and applaud yourself for walking the distance. [21:22.57]Speed walking through the mall at the pace [21:24.30]you'd use to race to a store just before it closes [21:27.51]can burn as many as 2.54 calories per hour [21:30.57]per 454 grams of body weight. [21:33.24]Choose wisely at the food court. [21:34.96]Scan the territory and go for the vegetables, [21:37.07]the more the better. [21:38.22]Salads, soups and stirfried foods are generally wise options. [21:42.15]Go off the beaten track at fast food chains. [21:44.61]A double burger with cheese, [21:46.03]fries and a shake can total nearly 2,000 calories, [21:49.23]with almost 100 grams of fat. [21:51.52]But a McDonald's salad shaker contains less than 400. [21:54.91]Avoid coffee drinks with whole milk or cream or whipped cream.
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