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大學英語四級考試聽力突破 Model Test Eight

[00:12.92]Model Test Eight
[00:15.08]Section A
[00:17.65]Directions: In this section,
[00:21.40]you will hear 8 short conversations
[00:24.43]and 2 long conversations.
[00:27.93]At the end of each conversation,
[00:30.58]one or more questions will be asked
[00:33.07]about what was said.
[00:35.34]Both the conversation and the questions
[00:38.20]will be spoken only once.
[00:41.37]After each question there will be a pause.
[00:45.59]During the pause,
[00:47.27]you must read the four choices
[00:49.38]marked A), B), C) and D),
[00:54.16]and decide which is the best answer.
[00:57.74]Then mark the corresponding letter on Answer Sheet 2
[01:02.83]with a single line through the centre.
[01:06.97]Now let's begin with the eight short conversations.
[01:11.76]11. W: You don't seem to be able to sit still today.
[01:15.85]What's going on?
[01:17.31]M: Today they'll announce
[01:18.33]who gets the big scholarship for next year.
[01:22.34]Q: How does the man probably feel?
[01:39.63]12. W: Can you go over my notes with me?
[01:43.53]I never understand all these chemistry experiments.
[01:46.97]M: You know,
[01:47.64]review sessions are being held every night this week.
[01:51.04]They're supposed to be good.
[01:52.94]Q: What does the man suggest the woman do?
[02:10.33]13. W: Has Alice decided on a major yet?
[02:14.20]I know she was thinking about American History.
[02:17.14]M: She has so many interests—as far as I know,
[02:20.56]she hasn't been able to make up her mind.
[02:24.10]Q: What does the man say about Alice?
[02:41.05]14. M: Do you know what's wrong with Mark?
[02:44.71]He's been acting very strange lately.
[02:47.80]W: Come on, his parents are coming to
[02:49.65]visit him right
[02:50.55]after he's moved into a new apartment,
[02:53.20]he's just got a lot on his mind.
[02:55.57]Q: What does the woman say about Mark?
[03:13.14]15. W: I hope
[03:15.81]I'll be able to find Mike's sister
[03:17.84]at the bus station.
[03:19.56]All I know is
[03:20.57]that she's got black hair and brown eyes.
[03:23.52]M: I could go with you.
[03:24.96]I once met her a couple years ago.
[03:29.10]Q: What does the man imply about Mike's sister?
[03:46.87]16. W: I'd like to get a part-time job
[03:50.11]this semester
[03:50.98]since tuition's gone up so much.
[03:53.35]M: That makes sense.
[03:54.78]Just remember it takes up much of your time.
[03:58.02]We're here for studying instead of working, after all.
[04:02.08]Q: What does the man suggest the woman do?
[04:19.21]17. W: If you could only wait another 5 minutes,
[04:23.24]I'm sure the manager will
[04:24.47]be free to answer your questions.
[04:27.07]M: I'm sorry, but I just can't wait any longer.
[04:29.99]I have to go to class.
[04:32.47]Q: How does the man feel?
[04:49.21]18. W: That new soap
[04:51.19]I've been using lately smells nice,
[04:53.54]but it dries my skin out.
[04:55.31]M: It's probably all those harsh chemicals.
[04:58.01]You should try the kind I use.
[05:00.41]It's all natural.
[05:02.48]Q: What does the man suggest the woman do?
[05:19.65]Now you will hear the two long conversations.
[05:23.97]Conversation One
[05:25.71]M: Hi, Jenny, you don't look happy.
[05:27.82]What's wrong?
[05:29.25]W: Well, Jack, I've got a problem.
[05:32.51]You know my daughter Lisa is 16 years old now.
[05:35.70]And we've begun talking about college.
[05:38.57]She says she wants to go,
[05:40.05]but she just let her grades slip
[05:42.07]and no matter
[05:42.73]how many times I urge her to study,
[05:45.67]all what she seems to be interested in
[05:47.65]are clothes and boys.
[05:49.40]We're not wealthy, you know.
[05:51.21]And it won't be easy for us to
[05:52.66]afford the tuition
[05:53.84]if she can't get a scholarship.
[05:56.29]Is going to college
[05:57.43]the best choice for her right now?
[05:59.73]M: Do you mean that
[06:00.46]she doesn't seem ready for college?
[06:03.10]W: Yes, exactly.
[06:04.74]M: Then you'd better have a serious talk
[06:06.66]with her about college.
[06:08.63]W: A serious talk with her?
[06:10.41]M: Yes, in my opinion,
[06:11.81]it's quite normal for girls of her age
[06:13.77]to be wrapped up in fashion and dating,
[06:16.54]but as a mother
[06:17.24]you have the right to expect her to
[06:19.01]pay attention to her studies too.
[06:22.17]W: Yes, but how?
[06:23.61]M: Ask her how serious she is about college
[06:26.32]and how hard she's willing to work for it.
[06:29.18]Lisa may be more committed than you realize.
[06:31.86]But if not,
[06:32.79]tell her she could think about
[06:34.31]putting college off for a while.
[06:36.56]That could give her
[06:37.31]the push she needs to
[06:38.81]take her education seriously.
[06:41.36]W: Sounds like a good idea.
[06:43.25]M: And if you decide she should wait,
[06:45.60]you may help her get a job,
[06:47.30]take classes at a community college
[06:49.70]or do an internship to get experience.
[06:52.57]She may be just one of those
[06:54.20]who need to see a bit of real life
[06:56.43]before they settle down.
[06:58.60]Questions 19 to 21 are based on the conversation
[07:02.21]you have just heard.
[07:04.37]19. What do we learn about Lisa?
[07:22.69]20. What is the woman probably going to do?
[07:41.70]21. What can be inferred from the conversation?
[08:01.16]Conversation Two
[08:03.16]M: Hello.
[08:04.36]W: Hello, Sam.
[08:05.32]This is Emma Robert.
[08:06.64]Sorry to bother you,
[08:07.82]but I'm having a small problem
[08:09.75]and I think you might be able to help me out.
[08:12.41]M: My pleasure, Emma. What's up?
[08:15.48]W: Well, you know,
[08:16.20]Julia and I moved into an off-campus apartment
[08:19.15]last year.
[08:20.30]We've been happy with it
[08:21.31]until the past couple of months.
[08:23.42]M: Yeah? What happened?
[08:25.21]W: Well, the washing machine broke down,
[08:27.15]so we reported it to Ms. Hansen, the owner.
[08:30.60]She said she'd take care of it,
[08:32.25]but a month went by and nothing happened.
[08:34.78]M: Did you get in touch with her again?
[08:37.29]W: I got a repairman to give me an estimate
[08:39.50]and I sent it to Ms. Hansen.
[08:41.97]I had the repair done before hearing from her.
[08:44.50]And I deducted the cost from the rent check.
[08:47.45]M: So what's the problem?
[08:49.62]W: She called madly.
[08:50.93]She said
[08:51.25]she could have gotten the repair done with less money.
[08:54.57]Now she's threatening to expel us
[08:56.82]for not paying the full rent.
[08:59.06]M: Hold on, Emma.
[09:00.36]It does sound pretty serious,
[09:02.12]but I'm sure you can all sit down
[09:03.91]and work this out.
[09:05.70]W: Well, you're studying at the law school,
[09:08.10]so I wondered
[09:09.04]if you would mind coming with Julia and me
[09:11.28]when we go to talk to Ms. Hansen.
[09:13.94]We're supposed to meet her at 7 tomorrow night.
[09:16.91]M: Sure, I haven't studied a lot
[09:18.97]about contracts yet,
[09:20.78]but I'd be glad to help you
[09:22.04]straighten things out.
[09:23.20]I'll stop by around 6:30.
[09:26.15]W: That's great. Thanks, Sam.
[09:29.46]Questions 22 to 25 are based on the conversation
[09:33.55]you have just heard.
[09:35.81]22. Why is Emma unhappy?
[09:54.12]23. Why is Ms. Hansen angry?
[10:12.60]24. Why does Emma think Sam can help her?
[10:31.87]25. What are Emma and Julia planning to do?
[10:51.02]Section B
[10:53.08]Directions: In this section,
[10:56.29]you will hear 3 short passages,
[11:00.01]at the end of each passage,
[11:01.98]you will hear some questions.
[11:04.48]Both the passage and the questions
[11:06.92]will be spoken only once.
[11:10.59]After you hear a question,
[11:12.62]you must choose the best answer
[11:15.09]from the four choices marked A), B), C) and D).
[11:19.93]Then mark the corresponding letter on Answer Sheet 2
[11:23.84]with a single line through the centre.
[11:27.81]Passage One
[11:30.09]Today,
[11:30.88]most people celebrate New Year's Day
[11:33.06]on Jan, 1st.
[11:35.21]People observe the New Year's holiday
[11:37.16]in many different ways.
[11:39.21]The idea of admitting mistakes
[11:40.84]and finishing the business of the old year
[11:43.42]is found in many cultures.
[11:45.57]So is the idea of making New Year's resolutions.
[11:49.34]A resolution is a promise to change
[11:51.91]or do something different in the coming year.
[11:55.24]Making New Year's resolutions is a common tradition.
[11:59.08]We talked to some people
[12:00.23]in Washington, D.C. and Miami, Florida
[12:03.57]about their resolutions,
[12:05.19]hopes and wishes for 2009.
[12:08.43]Many people have the same opinion
[12:10.22]as Miss Rice of Miami,
[12:12.93]who said the election process
[12:14.65]in the United States in 2008
[12:17.00]brought a return to hope.
[12:19.46]And Noah Green is a 42 year old businessman
[12:22.74]and student in Miami.
[12:24.64]He expressed similar feelings
[12:26.42]about the political change.
[12:28.51]He said he hoped
[12:29.34]that the new president could help lead the way to
[12:32.19]better relations among the nations of the world.
[12:35.61]But many people we spoke to
[12:37.66]kept their resolutions very simple,
[12:40.11]like this boy.
[12:41.60]"My name is Sean Goodwin.
[12:43.33]I live in Washington, D.C.
[12:45.45]I'm twelve years old
[12:46.66]and my New Year's resolution is
[12:48.80]to get a girlfriend this year."
[12:52.14]Questions 26 to 28 are based on the passage
[12:55.54]you have just heard.
[12:57.59]26. What is a New Year's resolution?
[13:16.46]27. What does Noah Green wish for 2009?
[13:36.13]28. What can be inferred from the passage?
[13:55.08]Passage Two
[13:56.60]When people think of carrots,
[13:58.38]they usually picture in their mind
[14:00.33]a vegetable that is long, thin and orange.
[14:04.23]But carrots come
[14:05.03]in many different sizes and shapes.
[14:07.38]And not all carrots are orange.
[14:10.27]For example, Paris Market carrots are
[14:12.43]about 5 centimeters around.
[14:15.26]Imperator carrots are thin
[14:16.81]and about 25 centimeters long.
[14:19.79]And Belgian White carrots are,
[14:21.82]as their name suggests, white.
[14:24.74]Weather, soil conditions and age will
[14:26.98]affect the way carrots taste.
[14:29.78]According to experts, warm days,
[14:32.24]cool nights and a medium soil temperature
[14:34.70]are the best conditions for growing carrots
[14:37.19]that taste great.
[14:38.98]Carrots need time to
[14:39.99]develop their full sugar content.
[14:42.80]This gives them their taste.
[14:45.05]If they are harvested too early,
[14:46.88]they will not have enough sugar.
[14:48.94]But carrots lose their sweetness
[14:50.67]if you wait too long to
[14:51.90]pull them from the ground.
[14:53.96]The best way to judge
[14:54.99]if a carrot is ready to be harvested is
[14:56.76]by its color.
[14:58.80]Usually, the brighter the color is,
[15:00.70]the better the taste.
[15:02.66]Many people do not know
[15:04.18]that carrots can be grown
[15:05.68]during winter months.
[15:07.71]If the winter is not cold enough to
[15:09.64]freeze the ground,
[15:10.97]you can grow and harvest carrots
[15:12.75]the same way as during summer months.
[15:15.78]If the ground does freeze
[15:17.28]in your part of the world,
[15:19.05]simply cover your carrot garden
[15:20.92]with a thick layer of leaves or straw.
[15:25.04]Questions 29 to 31 are based on the passage
[15:29.17]you have just heard.
[15:31.63]29. What may happen
[15:34.50]if you wait too long to
[15:35.96]pull carrots from the ground?
[15:52.90]30. How can people know
[15:55.44]if the carrot is harvested?
[16:12.13]31. What can be inferred about carrots
[16:16.33]according to the passage?
[16:32.79]Passage Three
[16:34.37]A big difference between public and private
[16:36.94]in American higher education involves money.
[16:40.43]Public colleges and universities are less expensive
[16:43.80]because they get money from the states
[16:46.24]that started them to educate local citizens.
[16:49.66]As a result,
[16:50.90]out-of-state and international students usually
[16:53.96]pay more than state residents,
[16:55.94]at least in the first year.
[16:57.89]The University of Oregon, located in Eugene,
[17:01.17]is one of the public universities.
[17:03.66]The cost for undergraduates this year is $6 000
[17:06.96]for state residents.
[17:08.53]Housing is an additional $8 000.
[17:11.78]Non-residents pay the same for housing—
[17:14.16]but almost $20 000 for tuition and fees.
[17:18.78]Let's see
[17:19.17]how these numbers compare to a private college
[17:21.79]in Oregon.
[17:23.13]Lewis & Clark College in Portland has 4 000 students,
[17:26.85]compared to 20 000 at the University of Oregon.
[17:30.17]Housing costs $800 more than at the state school.
[17:34.38]But the big difference is tuition.
[17:36.87]The published price at Lewis & Clark is
[17:39.32]almost $34 000.
[17:42.32]Yet Lewis & Clark is one of the few American colleges
[17:45.66]that offer financial aid for international students.
[17:49.47]Each year it awards financial aid to 20 students
[17:52.74]from other countries.
[17:54.30]That would make Lewis & Clark cheaper
[17:56.16]for international students than the University of Oregon.
[18:00.21]But, of course,
[18:01.08]prices alone do not say anything
[18:03.05]about the quality of a school
[18:05.12]or the value of an education.
[18:08.31]Questions 32 to 35 are based on the passage
[18:11.63]you have just heard.
[18:14.26]32. What does the passage mainly concern about?
[18:33.73]33. How much does the housing cost in Lewis & Clark?
[18:53.81]34. Why is Lewis & Clark cheaper
[18:57.45]for international students
[18:59.42]than the University of Oregon?
[19:16.22]35. What can be inferred from the passage?
[19:35.32]Section C
[19:37.48]Directions: In this section,
[19:40.55]you will hear a passage three times.
[19:44.19]When the passage is read for the first time,
[19:47.02]you should listen carefully for its general idea.
[19:51.59]When the passage is read for the second time,
[19:54.67]you are required to fill in the blanks
[19:57.63]numbered from 36 to 43 with the exact words
[20:03.19]you have just heard.
[20:05.75]For blanks numbered from 44 to 46
[20:09.95]you are required to fill in the missing information.
[20:14.86]For these blanks,
[20:16.30]you can either use the exact words
[20:18.84]you have just heard
[20:20.59]or write down the main points
[20:22.84]in your own words.
[20:25.75]Finally,
[20:27.00]when the passage is read for the third time,
[20:30.12]you should check what you have written.
[20:33.34]Now listen to the passage.
[20:36.81]Many people think
[20:37.83]Christmas is the most wonderful time of the year.
[20:41.55]As we know,
[20:42.38]millions of Americans will celebrate Christmas
[20:44.89]on Dec, 25th.
[20:47.32]It is the most widely celebrated religious holiday
[20:50.55]in the United States.
[20:53.17]Many Christians will go to church
[20:55.16]the night before the holiday or on Christmas Day.
[20:59.41]They will celebrate Christmas
[21:00.95]as the birthday of Jesus Christ.
[21:04.13]Christian ministers will speak about
[21:06.28]the need for peace and understanding
[21:08.31]in the world.
[21:09.67]This is the spiritual message of Christmas.
[21:12.72]Church services will include
[21:14.27]traditional religious songs for the holiday.
[21:17.34]Many other Americans will celebrate Christmas
[21:20.36]as an important, but non-religious holiday.
[21:24.40]To all, however,
[21:25.80]it is a special day of family,
[21:27.78]food, and exchanging gifts.
[21:30.64]Home and family are the center of the Christmas holiday.
[21:34.81]For many people,
[21:35.86]the most enjoyable tradition is
[21:37.93]buying a Christmas tree
[21:39.42]and decorating it with lights and beautiful objects.
[21:43.28]On Christmas Eve or Christmas morning,
[21:46.24]people gather around the tree to
[21:48.39]open their presents.
[21:50.67]Another important Christmas tradition involves food.
[21:54.80]Families prepare many kinds of holiday foods,
[21:58.09]especially sweets,
[21:59.94]which they will share during the holiday season.
[22:03.32]However,
[22:03.92]members of the Jewish and Muslim religions,
[22:06.64]for example,
[22:07.91]generally do not celebrate Christmas.
[22:10.94]Jewish people celebrate the holiday of Hanukkah.
[22:14.66]And some black Americans observe another holiday, Kwanzaa.
[22:19.03]In a word,
[22:19.64]not everyone in the United States
[22:21.33]celebrates Christmas,
[22:22.95]yet many Americans do take part in
[22:25.32]some of the traditional performances of the season.
[22:29.85]Now the passage will be read again.
[22:33.65]Many people think
[22:34.71]Christmas is the most wonderful time of the year.
[22:38.41]As we know,
[22:39.16]millions of Americans will celebrate Christmas
[22:41.81]on Dec, 25th.
[22:44.18]It is the most widely celebrated religious holiday
[22:47.33]in the United States.
[22:50.04]Many Christians will go to church
[22:52.05]the night before the holiday or on Christmas Day.
[22:56.27]They will celebrate Christmas
[22:57.81]as the birthday of Jesus Christ.
[23:00.97]Christian ministers will speak about
[23:03.19]the need for peace and understanding
[23:05.08]in the world.
[23:06.60]This is the spiritual message of Christmas.
[23:09.64]Church services will include
[23:11.10]traditional religious songs for the holiday.
[23:14.29]Many other Americans will celebrate Christmas
[23:17.22]as an important, but non-religious holiday.
[23:21.30]To all, however,
[23:22.53]it is a special day of family,
[23:24.67]food, and exchanging gifts.
[23:27.69]Home and family are the center of the Christmas holiday.
[23:31.73]For many people,
[23:32.78]the most enjoyable tradition is
[23:34.87]buying a Christmas tree
[23:36.31]and decorating it with lights and beautiful objects.
[23:40.58]On Christmas Eve or Christmas morning,
[23:43.16]people gather around the tree to
[23:45.37]open their presents.
[24:36.76]Another important Christmas tradition involves food.
[24:40.83]Families prepare many kinds of holiday foods,
[24:44.10]especially sweets,
[24:45.95]which they will share during the holiday season.
[25:38.43]However,
[25:38.97]members of the Jewish and Muslim religions,
[25:41.65]for example,
[25:42.98]generally do not celebrate Christmas.
[25:46.02]Jewish people celebrate the holiday of Hanukkah.
[25:49.73]And some black Americans observe another holiday, Kwanzaa.
[25:54.11]In a word,
[25:54.69]not everyone in the United States
[25:56.35]celebrates Christmas,
[25:58.08]yet many Americans do take part in
[26:00.42]some of the traditional performances of the season.
[26:53.49]Now the passage will be read for the third time.
[26:57.69]Many people think
[26:58.73]Christmas is the most wonderful time of the year.
[27:02.50]As we know,
[27:03.17]millions of Americans will celebrate Christmas
[27:05.88]on Dec, 25th.
[27:08.22]It is the most widely celebrated religious holiday
[27:11.43]in the United States.
[27:14.08]Many Christians will go to church
[27:15.98]the night before the holiday or on Christmas Day.
[27:20.10]They will celebrate Christmas
[27:21.82]as the birthday of Jesus Christ.
[27:25.02]Christian ministers will speak about
[27:27.24]the need for peace and understanding
[27:29.14]in the world.
[27:30.62]This is the spiritual message of Christmas.
[27:33.68]Church services will include
[27:35.18]traditional religious songs for the holiday.
[27:38.44]Many other Americans will celebrate Christmas
[27:41.33]as an important, but non-religious holiday.
[27:45.29]To all, however,
[27:46.78]it is a special day of family,
[27:48.68]food, and exchanging gifts.
[27:51.55]Home and family are the center of the Christmas holiday.
[27:55.50]For many people,
[27:56.74]the most enjoyable tradition is
[27:58.85]buying a Christmas tree
[28:00.37]and decorating it with lights and beautiful objects.
[28:04.51]On Christmas Eve or Christmas morning,
[28:07.15]people gather around the tree to
[28:09.37]open their presents.
[28:11.59]Another important Christmas tradition involves food.
[28:15.65]Families prepare many kinds of holiday foods,
[28:19.25]especially sweets,
[28:20.88]which they will share during the holiday season.
[28:24.22]However,
[28:24.84]members of the Jewish and Muslim religions,
[28:27.52]for example,
[28:28.80]generally do not celebrate Christmas.
[28:31.88]Jewish people celebrate the holiday of Hanukkah.
[28:35.61]And some black Americans observe another holiday, Kwanzaa.
[28:39.95]In a word,
[28:40.55]not everyone in the United States
[28:42.25]celebrates Christmas,
[28:43.95]yet many Americans do take part in
[28:46.26]some of the traditional performances of the season.
[28:51.33]This is the end of listening comprehension.
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