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初级英语听力(新) lesson 8

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—Here comes my secretary. She is an extremely1 good-looking young woman, don't you think?
—Yes, but she isn't very good at her work.
—Perhaps you are right. But I like her all the same.


—Good evening, and how have you spent the day?
—I serviced and cleaned the car till lunch time.
—And what did you do after lunch?
—I took the family into the country for a picnic.


—Hello, Tony, where have you been?
—Swimming.
—Who did you go with?
—I went with Mark and Elizabeth.


—Hello, why haven't you lit your cigar?
—I haven't brought my lighter2.
—I would lend you mine, if you like.
—Thank you. That's very kind of you.


—Good evening. Can I help you?
—Yes. I have injured3 my ankle4.
—What happened?
—I fell off a ladder last night.


—What are those trays5 made of?
—They are made of plastic.
—Are trays always made of plastic?
—No. They are sometimes made of wood or metal.


—What's wrong?
—I'm very thirsty.
—Why not buy a cup of coffee, then?
—Yes. That's a good idea. I will.


—Excuse me. But is it half past four yet?
—I'm sorry, but I haven't got a watch. Try the man with the walking stick. He has one.
—Thank you. I will.


—I'm going to buy a new carpet.
—But you can't do that.
—Why can't I?
—We haven't got enough money.


—What are you going to do this afternoon?
—I'm going to weed the garden.
—Are you going to weed the garden tomorrow afternoon, too?
—No. I'm going to paint the front door.


—I'm going to sit on this chair.
—But you mustn't.
—Why not?
—Because it's broken.


—Do you like roast6 chicken?
—Yes. I love it. Thank you.
—Do you prefer brown meat or white meat?
—I really don't mind. Thank you.


—Did you buy anything when you went to Paris?
—Yes. I bought a briefcase7.
—What's it like?
—It's a large, leather one.


—Did you take a bus to the meeting place?
—No. I went in Richard's car.
—Did Susan go in Richard's car, too?
—No. She took a taxi.


—Excuse me, sir, is this your cigarette lighter?
—I beg your pardon?
—I said "Is this your cigarette lighter".
—Oh, yes, it is. Thank you so much.
—Not at all. It's a pleasure.


—Are you engaged8, Margaret?
—Of course I'm not. Why do you ask, Nicholett?
—I only wanted to practice my English.
—Oh, I see. You want to make use of me.


Listen to these people talking about things they like, things they don't like and things they sometimes like.
Kurt is talking to Georgina.
Male: Do you like chocolates?
Female9: It depends.
Instructor10: Here is the question: Does she like chocolates?
"Sometimes" is the correct answer.
Now listen to the next example and do the same.

Male: Would you like a chocolate?
Female: Not at the moment. Thanks.
Instructor: Here is the question: Does she like chocolates?
"Don't know" is the correct answer.
Here are more conversations.

(a)
Female: Do you like pop music?
Male: It depends.
Instructor: Does he like pop music?
(b)
Male: Would you like to come to a concert tonight?
Female: Sorry. I'm afraid I can't.
Instructor: Does she like pop concerts?
(c)
Male: Do you like good coffee?
Female: Mmmm. It's delicious.
Instructor: Does she like good coffee?
(d)
Female: Do you like English food?
Male: Not all of it.
Instructor: Does he like English food?
(e)
Male: Would you like a cup of tea?
Female: I'd rather have a cool drink, please.
Instructor: Does she like tea?
(f)
Female: Would you like an ice cream?
Male: Well ... I never eat ice cream.
Instructor: Does he like ice cream?
(g)
Male: Would you like to come to a football match tomorrow?
Female: Football matches are usually awful.
Instructor: Does she like football matches?
(h)
Male: Would you like to come to the cinema this evening?
Female: That would be lovely.
Instructor: Does she like the cinema?

Bob and Angela are window-shopping. The shop is closed, but they are talking about the sales next week. They are planning to buy a lot of things.
Bob: Look at that, Angela. True-Value are going to sell hi-fi's for 72.64 pounds. I'm going to buy one. We can save at least twenty pounds.
Angela: Yes, and look at the washing machines. They're going to sell some washing machines for 98.95 pounds. So we can save twenty-two pounds. A washing machine is more important than a hi-fi.
Bob: By the way, Angela. Do you know how much money we've got? About two hundred pounds, I hope.
Angela: Here's the bank statement11. I didn't want to open it. Oh, dear.
Bob: What's the matter?
Angela: We haven't got two hundred pounds, I'm afraid.
Bob: Well, come on. How much have we got?
Angela: Only 150.16 pounds.


Susan is talking to Christine.
Susan: I hear you and James are engaged at last.
Christine: Yes, we are.
Susan: When are you getting married?
Christine: In the spring.
Susan: Oh, lovely. Where's the wedding going to be?
Christine: Well ... We're not sure yet, probably in St. Albans.
Susan: Oh, yes, your parents live there, don't they?
Christine: Yes, that's right.
Susan: Where are you going to live?
Christine: We're going to buy a flat or a small house somewhere in South London.
Susan: Are you going to give up your job?
Christine: Yes, probably, but I may look for another one when we've settled12 in.


I have a watch. It is a Swiss13 watch. It is not new and my friends are sometimes a little rude about it. They tell me to buy a new one. But I do not want a new one. I am very happy with my old watch. Last week it stopped. So I took it to the shop. I did not ask for an estimate14. Today I went to get it. Do you know how much I had to pay? Five pounds. Five pounds just for cleaning a watch.

Have you ever thought what it is like to be one of those beautiful girls that you see on the front of fashion magazines? They meet interesting people, they travel to exciting places, and sometimes they make a lot of money. But they have to work hard. They often have to get up very early in the morning, and of course they have to be very careful about what they eat.

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1 extremely 2tJzAz     
adv.极其,非常,极度
参考例句:
  • The film is extremely good,I just cannot miss it.这部电影太精彩了,我非看不可。
  • The old man was extremely difficult to get along with.这个老人极难相与。
2 lighter 5pPzPR     
n.打火机,点火器;驳船;v.用驳船运送;light的比较级
参考例句:
  • The portrait was touched up so as to make it lighter.这张画经过润色,色调明朗了一些。
  • The lighter works off the car battery.引燃器利用汽车蓄电池打火。
3 injured fqIzAN     
adj.受伤的
参考例句:
  • Our best defender is injured and won't be able to play today.我们最佳的防守员受伤了,今天不能参加比赛。
  • The injured men have been dug out of the snow.受伤人员从雪中被挖了出来。
4 ankle bMPyu     
n.踝,踝节部
参考例句:
  • She twisted her ankle when she fell.她摔倒时扭伤了脚踝。
  • She turned her ankle while ice-skating.她滑冰时扭伤了脚踝。
5 trays 5f57eaf7bd1a1f57ace97226dad3fdc7     
n.盘子( tray的名词复数 );托盘;文件盘;(各种用途的)浅塑料盒
参考例句:
  • Winston and Syme pushed their trays beneath the grille. 温斯顿跟赛姆便把托盘推到铁栅下。 来自英汉文学
  • Five trays of eggs would hatch out a huge number of silkworms. 三张蚕种,该可以采多少茧子呢? 来自汉英文学 - 春蚕
6 roast vXox9     
v.烤,炙,烘;n.烤肉;adj.烤(烘)过的
参考例句:
  • There's a piece of roast beef.这儿有一块烤牛肉.
  • Put the meat into the oven to roast.把肉放到炉子里去烤。
7 briefcase lxdz6A     
n.手提箱,公事皮包
参考例句:
  • He packed a briefcase with what might be required.他把所有可能需要的东西都装进公文包。
  • He requested the old man to look after the briefcase.他请求那位老人照看这个公事包。
8 engaged St6zn9     
a.having agree to get married
参考例句:
  • They are engaged in talks with the Irish government. 他们正忙着与爱尔兰政府谈判。
  • The old lady engaged herself in making clothes for her children. 这位老太太忙着为孩子们做衣服。
9 female 3kSxf     
adj.雌的,女(性)的;n.雌性的动物,女子
参考例句:
  • We only employ female workers.我们只雇用女工。
  • The animal in the picture was a female elephant.照片上的动物是头母象。
10 instructor D6GxY     
n.指导者,教员,教练
参考例句:
  • The college jumped him from instructor to full professor.大学突然把他从讲师提升为正教授。
  • The skiing instructor was a tall,sunburnt man.滑雪教练是一个高高个子晒得黑黑的男子。
11 statement 5uzwf     
n.陈述;声明;综述
参考例句:
  • The government will put out a new statement tomorrow.政府将于明天发布一项新声明。
  • Put down your statement in black and white.把你的话用白纸黑字写下来。
12 settled 4iszma     
a.固定的;稳定的
参考例句:
  • The dispute was settled without acrimony. 没有唇枪舌剑,这场纠纷就解决了。
  • a settled way of life 安定的生活方式
13 Swiss QgmzzO     
adj.瑞士的;瑞士人的
参考例句:
  • The Swiss I know all are clever.我认识的瑞士人都很聪明。
  • Today Swiss watches are sold in stores all over the world.现今瑞士的手表在世界各地出售。
14 estimate Ti4zb     
n.估计,估量;评价,看法;vt.估计,估量
参考例句:
  • We estimate the cost to be five thousand dollars.我们估计费用为5000美元。
  • The lowest estimate would put the worth of the jewel at $200.按最低的评估这块宝石也值200美元。
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