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初级英语听力(新) lesson 10

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    (单词翻译:双击或拖选)
—Can I help you?
—Yes, please. I'd like some instant1 coffee.
—Certainly. How much would you like?
—A large jar, please.


—That's a very nice cardigan. Is it new?
—Yes. It was very cheap. I got it in a sale.
—I like it very much. It suits you very well.
—Oh, thank you.


—Do you read many novels?
—Yes. I suppose I've read about four novels this year.
—I see. And what was the last novel you read?
—Let me see. It was A Man in Havana.
—And when did you read it?
—I read it on Tuesday evening.
—Why did you read it?
—Well ...


—Do you smoke?
—Yes, I do.
—How long have you been smoking2 for?
—Six years.
—And how many cigarettes have you smoked during that time?
—Thousands!


—I was just about to have a swim when I saw the shark!
—That's nothing. I was in the middle of swimming when I saw the shark.
—What happened?
—I started swimming for the shore, of course.


(Yvonne Deraine is staying at the Hotel Noptune. She goes to the Reception Desk and asks:)
Yvonne: Can I have breakfast in my room?
Clerk: Certainly, madam. Breakfast is served in your room from 7 o'clock until 10. Here is the menu.
Yvonne: Thank you. (looks at the menu) I'd like to have the Continental3 Breakfast.
Clerk: Yes, madam. And at what time would you like it?
Yvonne: About half past eight, I think.
Clerk: 8:30. Very good, madam. And what kind of fruit juice would you like? We have pineapple, orange, grapefruit ...
Yvonne: I think I'd like the pineapple please.
Clerk: Pineapple juice. And would you prefer tea or coffee?
Yvonne: Coffee please.
Clerk: Thank you very much. Goodnight.
* * *
(At 8:30 the next morning, there is a light tap at Yvonne's door.)
Yvonne: Y-es. Come in.
Maid4: I've brought you your breakfast, madam.
Yvonne: Oh yes. Thank you. Could you put it on the desk over there please?
Maid: Shall I pour you a cup of coffee straight away, madam?
Yvonne: No, thanks. I'll pour it myself in a minute.
Maid: Is there anything else, madam?
Yvonne: No-no, I don't think so, thank you.


Eddie is talking to Tom.
Eddie: Have you ever been really frightened?
Tom: I suppose so, once or twice.
Eddie: Can you remember when you were most frightened?
Tom: That isn't difficult.
Eddie: What happened?
Tom: Well, we used to have a favorite picnic place beside a lake. We had a boat there. I was there with some friends and I decided5 to swim to a little island. It didn't look far and I started swimming ... but half way across I realised it was a lot further than I thought. I was getting very tired. I shouted. Luckily my friends heard me and brought the boat. I thought I was going to drown. I've never been more frightened in my life.


Should school children take part-time jobs?
This is a discussion6 which will appear in a magazine.
Editor: This month our panel7 looks at part-time jobs. Are they good for school children or not?
Headmaster: Definitely8 not. The children have got two full-time9 jobs already: growing up and going to school. Part-time jobs make them so tired they fal1 asleep in class.
Mrs. Barnes: I agree. I know school hours are short, but there's homework as well. And children need a lot of sleep.
Mr. Barnes: Young children perhaps, but some boys stay at school until they're eighteen or nineteen. A part-time job can't harm them. In fact, it's good for them. They earn their pocket-money instead of asking their parents for it. And they see something of the world outside school.
Businessman: You're absolutely right. Boys learn a lot from a part-time job. And we mustn't forget that some families need the extra money. If the pupils didn't take part-time jobs they couldn't stay at school.
Editor: Well, we seem to be equally10 divided: two for, and two against. What do our readers think?


Philip Andrew is 16 and he is about to leave school. He comes to me for advice every week. He is looking for an interesting job and he would like good wages. One of his friends works11 in a supermarket. Another friend works in a factory. Philip thinks supermarket jobs are not well paid. And factory jobs are boring.

And finally, some news from the United12 States. David Thomas, the Californian14 pop singer, is sixteen today and he is giving a party for sixty guests. His young friends have bought him a Rolls-Royce, the most expensive one they could find. David is famous because he is the fastest driver and the youngest pop star in the state of California13. He is flying to Paris tomorrow.

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1 instant V6XxM     
adj.紧迫的;立即的;本月的;已配制好的时刻;瞬息,霎时
参考例句:
  • If you don't leave this instant,I will scream.你要是不马上离开,我就喊了。
  • It all happened in an instant.这一切都发生在一刹那间。
2 smoking NilzKh     
n.吸烟,抽烟;冒烟
参考例句:
  • He was wise to give up smoking.他戒烟是明智的。
  • He has decided to cut out smoking and drinking.他已决心戒烟、戒酒。
3 continental Zazyk     
adj.大陆的,大陆性的,欧洲大陆的
参考例句:
  • A continental climate is different from an insular one.大陆性气候不同于岛屿气候。
  • The most ancient parts of the continental crust are 4000 million years old.大陆地壳最古老的部分有40亿年历史。
4 maid IAZxF     
n.少女,未婚女子,女仆
参考例句:
  • I have sent my maid away.我已把我的女仆解雇了。
  • A maid in white is walking along the boardwalk.一位白衣少女漫步于海边的木板路上。
5 decided lvqzZd     
adj.决定了的,坚决的;明显的,明确的
参考例句:
  • This gave them a decided advantage over their opponents.这使他们比对手具有明显的优势。
  • There is a decided difference between British and Chinese way of greeting.英国人和中国人打招呼的方式有很明显的区别。
6 discussion 2PBzj     
n.讨论,谈论;论述
参考例句:
  • It is certain he will come to the discussion.他肯定会来参加讨论。
  • After months of discussion,a peace agreement is gradually taking shape.经过几个月的商讨,和平协议渐渐有了眉目。
7 panel l4IzD     
n.面,板,专门小组,控制板,仪表盘
参考例句:
  • The unusual control panel on the walls caught our attention.墙上不同寻常的控制板引起了我们的注意。
  • The panel of judges included several well-known writers.评判小组中包括几位知名作家。
8 definitely RuJzx0     
adv.一定地,肯定地;明确地,确切地
参考例句:
  • The team will definitely lose if he doesn't play.如果他不参加比赛,这个队肯定会输。
  • I shall definitely be home before six o'clock.6点以前,我一定回家。
9 full-time SsBz42     
adj.满工作日的或工作周的,全时间的
参考例句:
  • A full-time job may be too much for her.全天工作她恐怕吃不消。
  • I don't know how she copes with looking after her family and doing a full-time job.既要照顾家庭又要全天工作,我不知道她是如何对付的。
10 equally coPxH     
adv.平等地;公平地
参考例句:
  • Divide the cake into quarters and share it equally.把蛋糕分成四份,大家平均享用。
  • The blue sky belongs equally to us all.蓝天为人所共有。
11 works ieuzIh     
n.作品,著作;工厂,活动部件,机件
参考例句:
  • We expect writers to produce more and better works.我们期望作家们写出更多更好的作品。
  • The novel is regarded as one of the classic works.这篇小说被公认为是最优秀的作品之一。
12 united Yfmz2c     
adj.和谐的;团结的;联合的,统一的
参考例句:
  • The whole nation is closely united.全国人民紧密团结。
  • The two men were united by community of interests.共同的利益使两个人结合在一起。
13 California FxizMX     
n.加利福尼亚(美国)
参考例句:
  • He was elected governor of the state of California.他当选为加州州长。
  • We were driving on a California freeway.我们正沿着加利福尼亚的一条快车道驾车行驶。
14 Californian Kx5zMF     
adj.加利福尼亚的n.加利福尼亚人
参考例句:
  • Jack London Californian, has even more energy and rather less sophistication. 杰克、伦敦、加利福尼亚的精力更加充沛,但不通达人情世故。 来自辞典例句
  • By contrast, the chilly Californian nihilism of Robinson Jeffers was a refreshing tonic. 相形之下,罗宾逊?杰弗斯的加州冷冰冰的虚无主义反而给人以清新兴奋之感。 来自辞典例句
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