tailieunhanh - Toefl ibt listening E part 5

Tham khảo tài liệu 'toefl ibt listening e part 5', ngoại ngữ, toefl - ielts - toeic phục vụ nhu cầu học tập, nghiên cứu và làm việc hiệu quả | Listen to part of a lecture in a climatology class. QlH 1. Why did the professor mention that 90 of India s water supply comes from monsoons To illustrate how heavy the rainfall is . To inform the students that India has too much water To indicate that this weather phenomenon can be beneficial To illustrate why other countries do not receive much rainfall 2. According to the lecture which of the following describes monsoons Choose 2 answers. Aj Monsoons are more common in the northern hemisphere. India is almost 100 rebant on monsoon rains. Ail monsoons have the same duration. Monsoons are very common in rhe United States. 3. What aspect of monsoons does the professor mainly discuss The damage caused by them How they are caused by global warming The monsoon season in Asia t Their positive aspects annual lai occurring ovary year ample la plenty a lot derive from v to come from drenched lai axlremaiywet famine In starvation moist la wet porous a having many holes reliant on lai dependent on urge tvi to encourage recommend. or suggest shabby a old broken-down Unit 2 Ustemng for Main Purpose 4. Listen to the lecture and fill in the blanks to complete the lecture notes. 1 Professor discusses A Arc annual weather phenomena È Are heavy rains C Occur m places 2 Can be bénéficiai A Supply X of India s water Ô . Essential for 3 Can be harmful A Can cause B Inconvenience people in cities 4 Are hard to 5. Complete the following summary with the words given below. Monsoons are _ weather phenomena that occur . More specifically they re very heavy rains which originate from moist air masses that move inland from the ocean. Typically cool air reaches warm dry air above India causing it to rain throughout South Asia. Monsoons can be destructive __and subsequent famines. But unlike most natural weather phenomena they also have a beneficial impact. For example monsoon rains supply about 90 of India s total water supply. They re essential for crops. .