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大学英语听力第一册 lesson 10

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  Asking the Way II
PART A Micro-Listening
Sentence Structure1 General Questions
I. Directions: You will hear ten yes/no questions. Choose the right answer to each question you hear. 10 points
1. Are you from England?
a. Yes, they are.
b. Yes, I was.
c. No, I don't.
d. No, we aren't.
2. Was Tom in class this morning?
a. No, he didn't.
b. Yes, he is.
c. Yes, he was.
d. No, he isn't.
3. Are there any hotels near here?
a. Yes, they are.
b. No, they aren't.
c. Yes, there are some.
d. Yes, there were some.
4. Are you and Mary in the same class?
a. Yes, we are.
b. Yes, they are.
c. Yes, I am.
d. Yes, she is.
5. Is Helen Jones living in Australia?
a. No, she isn't living.
b. No, she isn't.
c. Yes, she is living.
d. Yes, she was.
6. Do you see Amy Brown very often?
a. Yes, I see.
b. Yes, I am.
c. No, I don't.
d. No, I didn't.
7. Does David know you?
a. Yes, he did.
b. Yes, he does.
c. Yes, I do.
d. Yes, I know him.
8. Do you know who telephoned Bill?
a. Yes, I know Bill.
b. Yes, I remember.
c. No, I don't know Bill.
d. No, I don't.
9. Do you know who called Tom?
a. Yes, I called him.
b. Yes, I know Tom well.
c. Yes, he called me.
d. Yes, he knows me well.
10.Can you help me clear up the mess?
a. Yes, I do.
b. No, I don't.
c. Yes, that'll be all right.
d. No problem.
II. Directions: Listen to the song 'First Turn Right at the Light'. Fill in the blanks with the words you hear and sing along. 10 points
— Pardon me. Please tell me how to get to Greenwich Village. My good friend Sarah Lee lives at Bank Street _____.
— First turn right at the light, walk _____ blocks, stop at _____. Then _____ at _____. That is Greenwich Avenue2. Walk two blocks _____, pass _____ and pass _____. Then _____ at the _____. That's the street you're looking for.
— Now I know where to go. I'll just follow your directions. Thanks so much, now I'm fine.
— You are quite welcome. Any time.
PART B Macro-Listening
Dialogue
Let's Go to the Korean Restaurant
I. Tapescript
John Hello, Linda.
Linda Hello, John. Haven't heard from you for long. How're you doing?
John Fine. I'm calling to ask if you'd like to have dinner with me this evening.
Linda Why not? Where?
John Let's go to the Korean restaurant in Green Street.
Linda How can I get there?
John You get out of your office and turn right. Then go along North Street. Turn down Winter Street and take the second turning on the right. That's Green Street...
Linda Wait, wait. 'Turn down Winter Street and take the second turning on the right at Green Street'.
John Right. And the restaurant is on the corner, next to the Blue Hotel.
Linda ... next to the Blue Hotel. Good. So see you at...
John 6:30, OK?
Linda OK. John. Thank you for your invitation.
John It's my pleasure.
II. Language and Culture Notes
1. To invite people to eat out Many people in English speaking countries, including the Chinese who live there, like to go and eat out in restaurants with their families. They may drive quite a long distance to eat in a restaurant which serves special food. Chinese, as well as Korean, Japanese and Italian restaurants, therefore, are very popular in the West. If you invite a friend to eat out, you pay for the party.
2. Sense of timing3 People should cultivate4 a good habit of arriving on time. If you are meeting people on business an interview, an appointment, a meeting, a class, etc. you should arrive a little earlier. It is not acceptable5 to be late. For social gatherings6, though, different cultures have different senses of time. Appropriate7 behavior depends on your understanding of the particular culture. For example, a few minutes late for a dinner party is usually appreciated by the hostess.
III. Exercises with Key
1. Directions: Listen to the dialogue and fill in the blanks with the words you hear. 10 points
1 — Hello, Linda.
— Hello, John. Haven't ____________.
2 — I'm calling to ask if you'd like to have dinner with me this evening.
— ____________? Where?
3 — Let's go to the Korean restaurant.
— ____________?
4 — OK, John. Thank you ____________.
— ____________.
2. Directions: Listen to the dialogue again. Mark out on the map the Korean restaurant Kr and draw a route8 to the restaurant from Linda's office. 10 points(图略)
Passage
I'll Show You the Way
I. Tapescript
Pat9 Hogan was traveling around the country in the car. One evening he was driving along a road and looking for a small hotel when he saw an old man at the side of the road. He stopped his car and said to the old man, 'I want to go to the Sun Hotel. Do you know it?'
'Yes,' the old man answered. 'I'll show you the way.'
He got into Pat's car, and they drove10 for about twelve miles. When they came to a small house, the old man said, 'Stop here.'
Pat stopped and looked at the house. 'But this isn't a hotel,' he said to the old man.
'No,' the old man answered, 'this is my house. And now I'll show you the way to the Sun Hotel. Turn around and go back nine miles. Then you'll see the Sun Hotel on the left.'
II. Language and Culture Notes
1. This story is meant to be a joke. In Britain or the United11 States, the local residents12 are usually very helpful to people who approach them to ask the way. Sometimes, however, they may not know the way themselves. So if you can find a policeman or the local grocer13, you can be sure that he can help you.
2. One mile equals 1.609 kilometers. So 12 miles is about 20 kilometers and 9 miles about 15 kilometers.
III. Exercises with Key
1. Directions: Listen to the story and choose the right answer to each question you hear. 10 points
1
a. Driving home.
b. Looking for a hotel.
c. Driving to meet someone.
d. Traveling around the country.
2
a. In the Sun Hotel.
b. In his own house.
c. In an expensive hotel.
d. In his friend's house.
3
a. He saw a hotel nearby.
b. He wanted to ask the way.
c. He saw an old man and wanted to give him a lift.
d. He was stopped by an old man.
4
a. He didn't see it.
b. He forgot to stop Pat.
c. He wanted to get home first.
d. There was no parking14 space near there.
5
a. 3 miles.
b. 9 miles.
c. 12 miles.
d. 21 miles.
2. Directions: Listen to the story again and complete the following according15 to the information you've got from the tape. 10 points
1 One day Pat Hogan was _____ along the road and looking for a _____.
2 Pat had to _____ and _____ to get to the Sun Hotel.
3 Altogether Pat would have to drive _____ miles that night before he could finally reach the hotel.
PART C Oral Practice
Directions: Discuss the following questions.
1. What do you think of the old man in the story?
________________
2. What would you do if you were Pat Hogan?
________________


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1 structure PtNw5     
n.结构,构造,建筑物;v.构成;
参考例句:
  • Doctors study the structure of the human body.医生研究人体构造。
  • A flower has quite a complicated structure.一朵花的结构相当复杂。
2 avenue OeGyY     
n.林荫道;大街;途径,手段
参考例句:
  • This is a shady avenue.这是条林阴大道。
  • He drove slowly.The avenue was crowded with people.他慢慢地开车,因为大街上挤满了人。
3 timing rgUzGC     
n.时间安排,时间选择
参考例句:
  • The timing of the meeting is not convenient.会议的时间安排不合适。
  • The timing of our statement is very opportune.我们发表声明选择的时机很恰当。
4 cultivate SnRzm     
vt.耕作,栽培,养殖;培养,陶冶,发展
参考例句:
  • Farmers cultivate their farms with cows.农夫用牛耕田。
  • One should cultivate good manners from childhood.一个人从小要学讲礼貌。
5 acceptable NIByZ     
adj.可接受的,合意的,受欢迎的
参考例句:
  • The terms of the contract are acceptable to us.我们认为这个合同的条件可以接受。
  • Air pollution in the city had reached four times the acceptable levels.这座城市的空气污染程度曾高达可接受标准的四倍。
6 gatherings 400b026348cc2270e0046708acff2352     
聚集( gathering的名词复数 ); 收集; 采集; 搜集
参考例句:
  • His conduct at social gatherings created a lot of comment. 他在社交聚会上的表现引起许多闲话。
  • During one of these gatherings a pupil caught stealing. 有一次,其中一名弟子偷窃被抓住。
7 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。
8 route OC7zi     
n.路径,途径,路线;vt.确定路线,按规定路线发送
参考例句:
  • On the way home, we took an indirect route.回家的路上,我们绕了一个大圈。
  • The plane did not fly the usual commercial route.飞机没有沿通常的商业航线飞。
9 pat 8vhyZ     
n.轻拍,拍打声;vt.轻拍,拍打;vi.轻跑,轻击;adv.适时,彻底;adj.油腔滑调的,恰好的,合适的
参考例句:
  • Could you hear the pat?你能听到轻轻的拍击声吗?
  • He gave her a reassuring pat on the shoulder. 他轻拍了一下她的肩膀让她放心。
10 drove brAxi     
vbl.驾驶,drive的过去式;n.畜群
参考例句:
  • He drove at a speed of sixty miles per hour.他以每小时60英里的速度开车。
  • They drove foreign goods out of the market.他们把外国货驱逐出市场。
11 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。
12 residents 430773153341c662da6867d207e96ae2     
n.居民( resident的名词复数 );(旅馆的)住宿者
参考例句:
  • Plans to build a new mall were deep-sixed after protests from local residents. 修建新室内购物中心的计划由于当地居民反对而搁浅。
  • Local residents have reacted angrily to the news. 当地居民对这一消息表示愤怒。
13 grocer lfJxV     
n.食品商;杂货商
参考例句:
  • Go down to the grocer's and get some sugar.去杂货店给我买点糖来。
  • That grocer always overcharges.那个杂货商总是要高价。
14 parking EmKzN3     
n.停车,停机,停放
参考例句:
  • A bus is parking on the road.路上停着一辆公共汽车。
  • Next you must learn how to back a car into a parking space.下一步你应该学会如何把车倒入停车的空地。
15 according YzQztq     
adj.按照,根据
参考例句:
  • According to the Bible we are all the seed of Adam.根据《圣经》所说的,我们都是亚当的后裔。
  • We must cut our coat according to our cloth this year.今年我们必须学会量入为出。
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