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初级英语听力(新) lesson 17

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—What's the postage1 on these letters to Thailand, please?
—I'll have to check. Do you need anything else?
—Yes. A three pence2 stamp, please.
—That'll be eighty-five pence in all.


—I wish you wouldn't have your TV so loud.
—Sorry! Were you trying to sleep?
—Yes, and while I think of it—please ask when you borrow the iron.
—I really ought to have known better. Sorry!


—Wendy, I'd like you to meet my brother, Sam.
—How do you do?
—How do you do?
—What do you think of life in England?
—I'm still feeling pretty homesick.
—It's bound3 to be strange at first.


—It's time we were off.
—So soon? Can't you stay a little longer?
—I wish I could, but I'm late already.
—What a shame!
—Thank you for a wonderful meal.
—I'm glad you enjoyed it.


—Sorry, but I didn't quite catch that.
—I said, 'Can I give you a lift?'
—Isn't it out of your way?
—No, it's on my way home.


—I feel shivery4 and I've got a pain in my stomach.
—How long have you had it?
—The best part of a week.
—By the sound of it, you've caught a chill5.
—What should I do?
—I'll give you something for it, and come to see you in a couple of days.


Woman: I'd like the continental6 breakfast, please.
Waiter: Yes, madam. What sort of fruit juice would you like to start with?
Woman: The pineapple juice.
Waiter: Would you prefer honey, marmalade or jam?
Woman: Oh, marmalade, please.
Waiter: And what would you like to drink, madam?
Woman: Coffee, please, black coffee.


Head Waiter: "Deep Sea Restaurant". Head Waiter. Good morning.
Woman: I'd like to reserve a table for five.
Head Waiter: And was that today, madam?
Woman: Of course.
Head Waiter: At what time, madam?
Woman: Oh, about three o'clock, I suppose.
Head Waiter: I'm afraid we only serve lunch until 3 pm, madam.
Woman: Oh well, two o'clock then, and it must be by a window.
Head Waiter: Very good, and what name, please?
Woman: Bellington, Mrs. Martha Bellington.
Head Waiter: Very good, Mrs. Bellington. A table for five at 2 pm today.


Head Waiter: "Deep Sea Restaurant." Good morning.
Man: Do you have a table for two this evening?
Head Waiter: Certainly, sir. At what time was it?
Man: What time does the band start playing?
Head Waiter: At 8 pm, sir.
Man: Right. Make it 7:30 then, and near the dance floor if possible.
Head Waiter: Very good, sir. And what name, please?
Man: Kryzkoviak.
Head Waiter: Could you just repeat that, please?
Man: Kryzkoviak, that's Polish, you know. K-R-Y-Z-K-O-V-I-A-K.
Head Waiter: Yes. Thank you, Mr. Kryzkoviak. We look forward to seeing you.


—What shall we do tonight?
—How about the cinema?
—That's a good idea. We haven't been for ages.
—What would you like to see?
—Oh, I don't know. Spy Story?
—Spy Story? That terrible, old film?
—But it's got James Perevelle in it. I'm still trying to write a story about him, you know.
—But I've seen it before.
—Never mind. Perhaps you'll like it better the second time.
(In the cinema)
—(You look so beautiful in that dress. Why do you have to die?)
—Would you like an ice cream?
—Shhhh. No, thank you.
—(Let's run away together and forget about the whole world.)
—What about some chocolates?
—Shut up! I'm watching the film.
—Well, I'm gonna get myself some chocolates.
—(Just you and me and nobody else.)
(After the film)
—That was really wonderful.
—Wonderful? Don't be silly.
—He's a fantastic actor.
—Do you feel alright?
—Of course, I do.
—I just wondered. You don't usually like rubbish films like that.
—It wasn't rubbish at all. Some of the films you like are really terrible, though.


The spaceship flew around the new planet7 several times. The planet was blue and green. They couldn't see the surface of the planet because there were too many white clouds. The spaceship descended8 slowly through the clouds and landed in the middle of a green forest. The two astronauts put on their space suits, opened the door, climbed carefully down the ladder, and stepped onto the planet.
The woman looked at a small control unit on her arm. 'It's all right,' she said to the man. 'We can breathe the air ... it's a mixture of oxygen and nitrogen9.' Both of them took off their helmets and breathed deeply.
They looked at everything carefully. All the plants and animals looked new and strange. They could not find any intelligent life.
After several hours, they returned to their spaceship. Everything looked normal. The man switched on the controls, but nothing happened. 'Something's wrong,' he said. 'I don't understand ... the engines aren't working.' He switched on the computer, but that didn't work either. 'Eve,' he said, 'we're stuck here ... we can't take off!'
'Don't worry, Adam,' she replied. 'They'll rescue us soon.'


There were angry scenes yesterday outside No. 10 Downing Street as London school teachers protested10 about their salaries and conditions. London teachers are now in the second week of their strike for better pay. Tim Burston, BBC correspondent11 for education was there.

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1 postage pPtxt     
n.邮费,邮资
参考例句:
  • This dictionary is 100 yuan,postage included.这本词典连邮费共100元。
  • All letters must be stamped with the correct postage.任何信件都应该按所需邮资贴邮票。
2 pence 8mUzZF     
n.便士;名词penny的复数形式
参考例句:
  • She counted out fifteen pence and passed it to the salesgirl.她数出15个便士交给女店员。
  • These apples are selling at 40 pence a kilo.这些苹果售价每公斤40便士。
3 bound fRUyQ     
adj.一定的,必然的;受约束的,有义务的
参考例句:
  • I feel honor bound to repay the money I borrowed.我觉得有责任归还我借的钱。
  • If he signs that paper,he will be bound hand and foot.如果他签署那份文件,他就会受到束缚。
4 shivery DiKzd2     
a.寒冷的
参考例句:
  • The black little lane is filled with shivery shadows. 回来时,我看到那黑魆魆的小胡同,真有点胆悸。
  • I feel shivery and I've got a pain in my stomach. 我浑身发抖,肚子也痛。 来自生活英语口语25天快训
5 chill SVuyx     
vt.使变冷,使冷却,使沮丧;n.寒冷,风寒
参考例句:
  • With the chill factor,it's nearly minus forty here.加上风寒指数,气温接近零下40度。
  • The bad news cast a chill over the whole family.这坏消息使全家人感到沮丧。
6 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。
7 planet A26z1     
n.行星
参考例句:
  • Neptune is the furthest planet from the sun. 海王星是离太阳最远的行星。
  • Rubbish, however, is only part of the problem of polluting our planet. 然而, 垃圾只是我们这个星球的污染问题的一个方面。
8 descended guQzoy     
a.为...后裔的,出身于...的
参考例句:
  • A mood of melancholy descended on us. 一种悲伤的情绪袭上我们的心头。
  • The path descended the hill in a series of zigzags. 小路呈连续的之字形顺着山坡蜿蜒而下。
9 nitrogen yGExU     
n.[化]氮
参考例句:
  • The atmosphere consist of more than 70% of nitrogen.大气中含有70%以上的氮气。
  • What is the percentage of nitrogen in air?空气中所含的氮的比例是多少?
10 protested 024d7a2621b30761ab841fdd955c6836     
v.声明( protest的过去式和过去分词 );坚决地表示;申辩
参考例句:
  • He protested he was being cheated of his rightful share. 他提出抗议说他被人骗取了他依法应得的份额。 来自《简明英汉词典》
  • Amy protested she was being cheated of her rightful share. 艾米提出抗议,说有人骗取了她依法应得的份额。 来自《简明英汉词典》
11 correspondent 2zTxs     
n.记者,通信者;adj.符合的,一致的,相当的
参考例句:
  • He volunteered as a correspondent for the war.他自愿担任作报道这次战争的记者。
  • The result was correspondent with my wishes.结果与我的愿望是一致的。
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