PTE听力练习题27-老托93-Medical Experience

PTE考生目前最大的问题之一就是练习题缺乏。除了有限的基本官方书(PLUS,Testbuilder, OG)之外,就没有题了。很多英语基础不是很扎实的同学很难找到练习材料。墨尔本文波雅思PTE培训学校专门为墨尔本,悉尼PTE考生准备了PTE练习的lecture 93篇。各位PTE同学可以练习阅读,练习记笔记技巧,可以练习复述,甚至可以练习describe image。废话少说,下面开始:

It seems like only yesterday that I was sitting where you are, just finishing my first year of medical school and wondering if I’d ever get a chance to use all my new knowledge on a real live patient! Well, I have good news for you! You don’t have to wait until your third or fourth year of medical school to get some hands-on experience! The dean has invited me here to tell you about the university’s rural opportunity program. If you enroll in this program, you can have the opportunity this summer, after your first year of medical school, to spend from four to six weeks observing and assisting a real physician like me in a small rural community. You won’t have to compete with other students for time and attention, and you can see what life as a country doctor is really like. The program was designed to encourage medical students like yourselves to consider careers in rural communities that are still understaffed. It seems that medical students are afraid to go into rural family practice for two reasons. First, they don’t know much about it. And second, specialists in the cities usually make more money. But, on the up-side, in rural practice, doctors can really get to know their patients and be respected members of the community. I participated in the program when it first started and spent six weeks in a small rural town. Let me tell you, it was really great! I got to work with real patients. I watched the birth of a child, assisted an accident victim, and had lots of really practical hands-on experience—all in one summer. And to my surprise, I found that country life has a lot to offer that city life doesn’t—no pollution or traffic jams, for instance! My experience made me want to work where I’m needed and appreciated. I don’t miss the city at all!


  1. live: adj. not dead or artificial; living 活的;非人造的;有生命的
  2. hands-on: adj. providing practical experience of something by lettingpeople do it themselves 实际操作的,亲身实践的
  3. enroll: v. to officially arrange to join a school, university or course, orarrange for someone else to 招(生),吸收(成员);注册(学习)
  4. physician: n. [C]AmE formal a doctor 【美,正式】(内科)医生
  5. understaffed: adj. not having enough workers, or fewer workers thanusual 人员(配备)不足的,人手不够的
  6. up-side: n. especially AmE the positive part of a situation that is generallybad【尤美】(不利局面中)好的一面,积极面
  7. victim: n. [C]someone who has been attacked, robbed, or murdered 受害者;牺牲者
  8. jam:n.[C]asituationinwhichitisdifficultorimpossibletomovebecausethere are so many people, things, cars etc close together 拥挤;堵塞
  9. appreciate:v.tounderstandhowgoodorusefulsomeoneorsomethingis欣赏;赏识;鉴赏


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