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大学英语听力第一册 lesson 4

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  Meeting People II
PART A Micro-Listening
Phonetics Sound Recognition1
I. Directions: Listen carefully. You will hear ten groups of minimal2 pairs. Repeat what you hear, then fill in the blanks with the words you hear. 10 points
1. read — _____
2. fan — _____
3. _____ — ran
4. long — _____
5. _____ — tree
6. crowd — _____
7. safe — _____
8. _____ — bear
9. cock3 — _____
10. ice — _____
II. Directions: You will hear ten sentences. In each sentence there is a word which is similar to another word in sound. The two confusing4 words are given in the brackets5. Listen carefully and underline6 the word you hear. 10 points
1. That's a good (boy / buy).
2. Give it to (John / Joan).
3. (Look /Lock) it up before you go.
4. It's a big (ship / sheep).
5. Shall we (work / walk) together?
6. I'd like to introduce (Miss / Mrs) Smith to you.
7. Where did you (study / stay) last night?
8. Mr Brown has (bought / brought) me a new watch.
9. Look at the (clouds / crowds) over there.
10. Let me (collect / correct) the papers7.
PART B Macro-Listening
Dialogue
I'm So Happy to See You
I. Tapescript
Jane Hello, Ann. I'm so happy to see you. Come in.
Ann Jane, you look very well.
Jane Thank you, Ann... you look very well, too. And the children... they're both so tall.
Ann Well, you haven't seen them for five years.
Jane Right. I last saw them at a party when they were just little boys. Now they've grown up.
Ann Oh, Jane, we've brought a friend with us. This is Bill Brown. He hasn't visited London before.
Jane Very pleased to meet you, Bill.
Bill How do you do, Mrs Davis?
Jane Please call me Jane. OK, everybody, how about a drink first?
Ann That'll be very nice.
II. Language and Culture Notes
1. People in the West enjoy parties very much. They like to invite their friends over for the weekend. Sometimes those who have been invited may bring their own friends along with them.
2. Please call me Jane. In addressing someone you have just met, it is always safer to use his or her family name plus the appropriate8 title, e.g. 'Mr Williams', 'Miss Smith', etc. However, many people, especially the young, prefer to call each other by their first names even when they are meeting for the first time. This way of addressing helps to bring people together. For example, one may say, 'My name is Wilson — James Wilson. Call me James.'
3. When a guest comes, the host or hostess usually offers him/her something to drink first. Here 'drink' refers to fruit juice of all sorts, or beer sometimes. Wine or alcohol9 is served at dinner time but not before.
III. Exercises with Key
1. Directions: Listen to the dialogue and choose the right answer to each of the following questions. 10 points
1 How many people are speaking in the dialogue?
a. Two.
b. Three.
c. Four.
d. Five.
2 How many children does Ann have?
a. One child.
b. Two girls.
c. One boy and one girl.
d. Two boys.
3 When did Jane last see Ann's children?
a. Last year.
b. Two years ago.
c. Five years ago.
d. Four years ago.
4 What do you know about Bill?
a. He's a friend of Jane's.
b. He's a teacher of Ann's children.
c. He's an American.
d. This is his first visit to London.
5 How many guests are coming to visit Jane?
a. One.
b. Two.
c. Three.
d. Four.
2. Directions: Listen to the dialogue again and fill in the blanks with the words you hear. 10 points
1 Hello, Ann. I'm so happy to see you. _________________.
2 Jane, you _________________.
3 ... And the children... they're _________________.
4 Now they've_________________.
5 — How do you do, Mrs Davis?
— _________________.
Passage
Old Friends Meet
I. Tapescript
Michael was walking along the street the other day. Suddenly he heard someone shouting his name. He stopped and looked around. A young man was running after him. It was Jack10 Evans. Ten years ago Michael and Jack went to the same high school and then they studied in the same university. But they hadn't met each other for three years since their graduation. They were very happy to see each other again and decided11 to have lunch together. So they went into the nearest restaurant and sat at a table by the window. They told each other stories about their lives and promised to keep in touch in the future. They had a very pleasant time together that day.
II. Language and Culture Notes
Keep in touch means12 you write, telephone or visit someone regularly13.
III. Exercises with Key
1. Directions: Listen to the passage and choose the best answer to each of the following questions. 10 points
1 What did Michael hear when he was walking along the street?
a. He heard somebody calling Jack.
b. He heard somebody talking with Jack.
c. He heard somebody shouting his name.
d. He heard somebody shouting 'Help!'
2 What did Michael see when he looked around?
a. He saw his friend Jack running after him.
b. He saw his old friend Jack waving to him.
c. He saw a young man shouting at him.
d. He saw his schoolmate14 Jack smiling at him.
3 What do you know about Michael and Jack?
a. They have been good friends since their graduation from college.
b. They lost touch with each other after they finished high school.
c. They have known15 each other since high school days.
d. They first worked in the same high school and then in the same university.
4 What did Michael and Jack decide to do?
a. Go to an expensive restaurant for lunch.
b. Go to Michael's home.
c. Have dinner together.
d. Have lunch together.
5 What did they do during the meal?
a. They talked about old days.
b. They told each other stories about their lives.
c. They ordered a lot of dishes and drinks.
d. They asked after each other's families.
2. Directions: Listen to the passage again and supply the missing16 words. 10 points
________ years ago when Michael and Jack were ________ they began to know each other. But they hadn't met each other for ________ since they graduated from ________. They were so happy to meet each other in ________ that they decided to ________ together. They went into the ________. They sat at a table ________ and talked. They promised to ________ in the future. They had a very ________ that day.
PART C Oral Practice
Directions: Retell the story 'Old Friends Meet' in your own words.


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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 minimal ODjx6     
adj.尽可能少的,最小的
参考例句:
  • They referred to this kind of art as minimal art.他们把这种艺术叫微型艺术。
  • I stayed with friends, so my expenses were minimal.我住在朋友家,所以我的花费很小。
3 cock RWCye     
n.公鸡,雄鸟;旋塞,开关
参考例句:
  • The cock is crowing.这只公鸡正在啼鸣。
  • The cloud was in the shape of a cock.那云成公鸡形。
4 confusing lvXztt     
adj.混乱的,令人困惑的
参考例句:
  • The instructions on the box are very confusing.盒子上的使用说明含混不清。
  • It's very confusing to learn a new language.学习一门新语言是很令人困惑的。
5 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》
6 underline wkEwt     
n.下划线;加下划线;vt.在…下面划线;强调
参考例句:
  • Underline all the sentences you do not know.在你不懂的所有句子下面划一条线。
  • Please underline the noun clauses in the passage.请用线画出短文中的名词性从句。
7 papers qmQzJz     
n.文件,纸币,论文
参考例句:
  • I want to check with my secretary before I sign the papers.在签署这些文件前,我要与我的秘书商议。
  • The lawyer read all the papers relating to the case.律师阅读了与该案有关的全部文件。
8 appropriate 8eCy5     
adj.适当的,合适的;v.拨出,挪用,盗用
参考例句:
  • It is appropriate that he should get the post.由他担任这一职务是恰当的。
  • We should take appropriate measures to improve our teaching.我们应当采取适当的措施提高教学质量。
9 alcohol AxCzB     
n.酒精,乙醇;含酒精的饮料
参考例句:
  • The law forbids shops to sell alcohol to minors.法律禁止商店向未成年者出售含酒精的饮料。
  • The alcohol is industrial.这些酒精是供工业用的。
10 jack 53Hxp     
n.插座,千斤顶,男人;v.抬起,提醒,扛举;n.(Jake)杰克
参考例句:
  • I am looking for the headphone jack.我正在找寻头戴式耳机插孔。
  • He lifted the car with a jack to change the flat tyre.他用千斤顶把车顶起来换下瘪轮胎。
11 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。
12 means 9oXzBX     
n.方法,手段,折中点,物质财富
参考例句:
  • That man used artful means to find out secrets.那人使用狡猾的手段获取机密。
  • We must get it done by some means or other.我们总得想办法把它干完。
13 regularly aVuxw     
adv.有规则地,一丝不苟地,正式地
参考例句:
  • Check the engine oil level regularly.要时常检查机油量。
  • We meet regularly to discuss business.我们定期会面讨论事务。
14 schoolmate IjczMY     
n.校友;同学
参考例句:
  • He met an old schoolmate at the party.他在宴会上遇见了一位老同学。
  • My father still keeps in touch with his old schoolmate.我父亲仍和他的老同学保持联系。
15 known hpKzdc     
adj.大家知道的;知名的,已知的
参考例句:
  • He is a known artist.他是一个知名的艺术家。
  • He is known both as a painter and as a statesman.他是知名的画家及政治家。
16 missing 3nTzx7     
adj.遗失的,缺少的,失踪的
参考例句:
  • Check the tools and see if anything is missing.检点一下工具,看有无丢失。
  • All the others are here;he's the only one missing.别人都来了,就短他一个。
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