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大学英语听力第一册 lesson 1添加文本

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  LESSON 1
Greetings and Introductions I
PART A Micro-Listening
Phonetics Sound Recognition1
I. Directions: You'll hear one word read from each group. Listen carefully and underline the letter beside the word you hear. 10 points
1. a. beat
b. bit
c. bet
d. bat
2. a. seat
b. sit
c. set
d. sat
3. a. pea
b. pin
c. pen
d. pan
4. a. deed
b. did
c. dead
d. dad
5. a. he
b. him
c. hem2
d. ham
6. a. lead
b. lid
c. led
d. lad
7. a. meat
b. mitt3
c. met
d. mat
8. a. heat
b. hit
c. head
d. had
9. a. read
b. rid
c. red
d. rat
10.a. keep
b. kid
c. kept
d. cat
II. Directions: You're going to hear five sentences. Repeat each sentence you hear. Then listen again and write the sentence down. Check your answer when you hear the sentence for the third time. 10 points
1. ________________________________.
2. ___ Bill _______________________?
3. _______________________?
4. Ted4 _______________________.
5. _______________________, Amy?
PART B Macro-Listening
Dialogue 1
Hello
I. Tapescript
Bill Hello.
Amy Hello.
Bill Are you from England?
Amy No, I'm from America. Where are you from?
Bill I live in Paris, but I'm not French.
Amy So you're from...
Bill Australia. May I know your name?
Amy Sure. I'm Amy Brown.
Bill And I'm Bill Smith. What are you doing here?
Amy I'm a student. And you?
Bill I'm a news reporter. I'm working here. Well, nice to meet you, Amy.
Amy Nice to meet you, too.
II. Language and Culture Notes
1. Hello is an expression of informal greeting. It is also spelt 'hullo' in British English.
2. An English name generally has two parts — the first name and the last name. The first name is also called the Christian5 name or given name; the last name is the surname6 or family name. For example, Amy Brown is a woman's name, of which Amy is the first name and Brown the last name. Many English names also contain a third part. There is a middle name between the first name and the last name, as another given name. For instance, John Fitzgerald Kennedy, is often written as John F. Kennedy.
3. May I...? is a polite way of asking for permission to do something. The answers to it might be 'Certainly', 'Sure', 'Yes, please', or 'Oh, please don't', etc., as the situation may demand.
III. Exercises with Key
1. Directions: Listen to the dialogue and fill in the blanks with the words you hear. 10 points
1 I live _________, but I'm not _________.
2 May I _________?
3 Sure. My name is Amy Brown.
4 Nice _________, too.
2. Directions: Listen to the dialogue again and choose the right answer to each of the following questions. 10 points
1 Where is Amy Brown from?
a. England.
b. America.
c. Paris.
d. France.
2 What nationality is Bill Smith?
a. British.
b. American.
c. French.
d. Australian.
3 What is Amy doing here?
a. Studying.
b. Writing news reports.
c. Teaching.
d. Looking for a job.
4 Why is Bill Smith here?
a. Working for his news agency.
b. Visiting friends.
c. Traveling around.
d. Having a holiday.
5 Which of the following cannot be learned from the conversation?
a. Amy is American.
b. Bill lives in Paris.
c. Amy and Bill are now in England.
d. This is the first time Amy and Bill see each other.
Dialogue 2
Mr Li Meets a Student
I. Tapescript
Helen Hello, Mr Li.
Mr Li Hello. Are you a student here?
Helen Yes. I'm in your history class, Mr Li.
Mr Li Are you? Your name is...
Helen Helen Baker7. I'm from Britain.
Mr Li Ah, yes. How do you like my classes, Helen?
Helen They are very interesting. I really like Chinese history.
Mr Li I'm glad you like it. Do you live on the campus?
Helen Yes, I do. I live in the International Students' Dormitory.
Mr Li You don't have classes this morning, do you?
Helen No, I don't. I'm walking around the campus. It's so beautiful, just like a park.
Mr Li Yes, it is. OK, I'm going to my office now. Nice talking to you, Helen.
Helen Nice talking to you, too. See you tomorrow, Mr Li.
Mr Li Goodbye.
II. Language and Culture Notes
Mr, Mrs, Miss and Ms Mr is the title placed before a man's last name, e.g. Mr Smith. Mrs and Miss are also titles. Mrs is placed before a married woman's last name and Miss before the last name of an unmarried woman or a girl. Nowadays, the title Ms /miz/ is also used to address both married women and single women. Notice these titles are used only before last names. They are not used with first names only, e.g. you can say: Mr Smith, or Mr Henry Smith, but you can't say Mr Henry.
III. Exercises with Key
1. Directions: Listen to the dialogue and write 'T' true or 'F' false in the brackets8 for each of the following statements. 10 points
1 Helen Baker is a student of English. _________
2 Helen Baker is British. _________
3 Mr Li did not know Helen Baker before. _________
4 Helen Baker lives with a Chinese family. _________
5 Mr Li is a history teacher in the school. _________
2. Directions: Listen to the dialogue again and write down your answers to the questions below. 10 points
1 What is Helen studying?
________________________________.
2 Where does Helen live?
________________________________.
3 What does Helen think of Mr Li's classes?
________________________________.
4 What do you know about Helen?
________________________________.
5 What does Helen say about the school campus?
________________________________.
PART C Oral Practice
I. Directions: Work in pairs and respond to the following.
1. Hello.
_________.
2. How are you?
_________.
3. Nice to meet you.
_________.
4. Where are you from?
_________.
II. Directions: Say a few words about the following persons in the dialogues you've just heard.
1. Amy Brown and Bill Smith
_________
2. Helen Baker
_________ 


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1 recognition zUYxm     
n.承认,认可,认出,认识
参考例句:
  • The place has changed beyond recognition.这地方变得认不出来了。
  • A sudden smile of recognition flashed across his face.他脸上掠过一丝笑意,表示认识对方。
2 hem 7dIxa     
n.贴边,镶边;vt.缝贴边;(in)包围,限制
参考例句:
  • The hem on her skirt needs sewing.她裙子上的褶边需要缝一缝。
  • The hem of your dress needs to be let down an inch.你衣服的折边有必要放长1英寸。
3 mitt Znszwo     
n.棒球手套,拳击手套,无指手套;vt.铐住,握手
参考例句:
  • I gave him a baseball mitt for his birthday.为祝贺他的生日,我送给他一只棒球手套。
  • Tom squeezed a mitt and a glove into the bag.汤姆把棒球手套和手套都塞进袋子里。
4 ted 9gazhs     
vt.翻晒,撒,撒开
参考例句:
  • The invaders gut ted the village.侵略者把村中财物洗劫一空。
  • She often teds the corn when it's sunny.天好的时候她就翻晒玉米。
5 Christian KVByl     
adj.基督教徒的;n.基督教徒
参考例句:
  • They always addressed each other by their Christian name.他们总是以教名互相称呼。
  • His mother is a sincere Christian.他母亲是个虔诚的基督教徒。
6 surname Krvwg     
n.姓;vt.冠姓
参考例句:
  • Her first name is Sheila and her surname is Kane.她姓凯恩,名叫希拉。
  • Wang is a very common Chinese surname.王是一个很常见的中国姓。
7 baker wyTz62     
n.面包师
参考例句:
  • The baker bakes his bread in the bakery.面包师在面包房内烤面包。
  • The baker frosted the cake with a mixture of sugar and whites of eggs.面包师在蛋糕上撒了一层白糖和蛋清的混合料。
8 brackets 4fb5752086a682013b5aacd00bc913fd     
n.括弧( bracket的名词复数 );等级;类别层次;壁架v.把…括在括弧内( bracket的第三人称单数 );把…归为一类
参考例句:
  • Publication dates are given in brackets after each title. 出版日期括于书名后面。
  • Put your name in brackets at the top of each page. 把你的名字填在每页上端的括弧内。 来自《简明英汉词典》
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