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大学英语6级考试听力直通249分 MODEL TEST1添加文本

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  [00:12.46]MODEL TEST 1
  [00:14.96]Section A
  [00:18.63]In this section,
  [00:18.95]Directions:
  [00:21.96]you will hear 8 short conversations
  [00:23.14]and 2 long conversations.
  [00:26.20]At the end of each conversation,
  [00:28.36]one or more questions will be asked about what was said.
  [00:33.12]Both the conversation and the questions will be spoken only once.
  [00:38.53]After each question there will be a pause.
  [00:42.46]During the pause,
  [00:44.78]you must read the four choices
  [00:45.99]marked A), B), C), and D),
  [00:50.16]and decide which is the best answer.
  [00:52.89]Then mark the corresponding letter on Answer sheet 2
  [00:58.14]with a single line through the centre.
  [01:01.68]now let's begin with the eight short conversation
  [01:08.99]11. W: A cat scratched me with its claws!
  [01:13.16]M: I am sorry to hear it,
  [01:14.79]but I am afraid to tell you that you should have a vaccine.
  [01:19.12]Q: What does the man mean?
  [01:37.24]12. W: Is the rescue crew still looking for survivors of the disaster?
  [01:43.58]M: Yes. They have been searching the area for hours
  [01:47.15]and they will keep searching.
  [01:49.62]Q: What has happened according to the conversation?
  [02:08.63]13. M: Your city is worth its name-- -tourist attraction. I do love it!
  [02:16.76]W: Well, you said that. But none of the people in your group
  [02:20.07]would agree with you.
  [02:22.05]Q: what can we learn from the conversation?
  [02:41.07]14. W: Oh, dear! I’m starving and I can’t walk any farther.
  [02:48.05]Why not go to the restaurant and get something to eat.
  [02:51.33]M: I can not agree with you more!
  [02:54.34]Q: What is the man’s attitude towards the woman’s advice?
  [03:13.86]15. W: how do you like the performance?
  [03:17.91]M: Generally speaking, it was quite good.
  [03:20.84]The part of secretary is played wonderfully,
  [03:23.70]but I think the man who plays the boss is too dramatic to be realistic.
  [03:29.53]Q: Where does the conversation take place?
  [03:46.91]16. M: Good morning. This is David speaking.
  [03:51.49]I’m just ringing to confirm my appointment
  [03:53.70]with Mr. Harry for this afternoon.
  [03:56.36]W: well, he is expecting you at 4 o’clock.
  [03:59.95]Q: Why is the man making the call?
  [04:17.94]17. M: Altogether you need 50 credits to obtain the degree.
  [04:24.68]W: I have taken 15 courses in the first school year
  [04:29.05]and received 30 credits.
  [04:31.10]There won’t be too much work left in the second year then.
  [04:35.56]Q: How many more credits does the woman need to get a degree?
  [04:55.26]18. W: I feel my eyes filling with tears.
  [05:00.39]It is too hard to say goodbye.
  [05:03.49]M: Do not cry. We will keep in touch with each other
  [05:06.49]and I’ll fly over to see you at Christmas!
  [05:09.99]Q: Where does the conversation take place?
  [05:19.97]Now you will hear the two long conversations
  [05:28.79]Conversation One
  [05:31.69]M: Excuse me.
  [05:32.93]Who is in charge of changing housing arrangement on the campus?
  [05:37.09]W: I am. And what’s up?
  [05:39.24]M: My roommate is up till two or three in the morning every single night.
  [05:43.96]If I don’t change a room,
  [05:45.55]I’m definitely going to fail half of my courses this term.
  [05:50.39]W: He must be tired during the day then.
  [05:53.08]M: I have no idea, but I am tired during the day.
  [05:56.97]Sometimes I fall asleep in class!
  [06:00.08]W: well, the point is that it is not a problem
  [06:03.77]we would normally move someone for.
  [06:06.44]But if it has affected your academic courses,
  [06:09.17]I think it is quite reasonable.
  [06:11.27]M: I have fill out an application for housing relocation.
  [06:14.65]W: Wait a second… There is no spare room available.
  [06:19.91]M: Do I have any other options?
  [06:22.62]W: The only one I can figure out is moving off campus.
  [06:27.50]M: But if I did that,
  [06:29.18]I’d have to forfeit all the money I have paid for housing this term,
  [06:32.56]wouldn’t I?
  [06:34.45]W: Not necessarily.
  [06:35.90]Under this situation,
  [06:37.49]the university will refund the housing costs
  [06:40.31]for the reminder of the term and let you move out.
  [06:43.99]M: That’ great!
  [06:45.28]It will ease me a lot in paying the rent.
  [06:48.87]W: We have off-campus housing department that can help you
  [06:52.77]as soon as you have made up your mind.
  [06:55.45]They are right next door.
  [06:57.11]M: That is my next stop.
  [06:59.99]W: You’d better apply for the prorated refund right away.
  [07:03.25]M: Ok.
  [07:05.88]Questions 19 to 22 are based on the conversation
  [07:09.89]you have just heard.
  [07:13.42]19. Why does the man want to have a change of dorm?
  [07:34.34]20. What is the solution to the man’s problem?
  [07:54.78]21. What is the man going to do next?
  [08:14.87]22. What does the woman suggest the man do at last?
  [08:35.77]Conversation Two
  [08:38.29]W: You look so depressed.
  [08:40.33]What on earth happened?
  [08:42.46]M: The council rejected my building plans.
  [08:45.96]W: That is strange!
  [08:47.54]M: They stated that my plans do harm to the environment.
  [08:51.05]W: I guess recently the government is really
  [08:54.02]paying attention to environmental issues.
  [08:57.01]Mankind has definitely been responsible for altering the environment
  [09:01.48]in ways that can never be undone.
  [09:04.40]M: I can understand their concerns,
  [09:06.34]but it’s only a very small project,
  [09:09.66]what difference would it make?
  [09:12.42]W: You could ask the same question about recycling:
  [09:15.50]what difference does it make?
  [09:17.79]The difference is made when everybody
  [09:20.17]around the world cooperates together.
  [09:23.87]M: I’ve never recycled in my life.
  [09:26.76]W: It is not hard,
  [09:28.39]and it’s definitely beneficial.
  [09:31.03]If everyone sorted their paper and plastics each week,
  [09:33.65]mankind would make a smaller impression on the earth.
  [09:37.03]M: I don’t think one person makes a difference.
  [09:40.40]W: If everyone thought that way,
  [09:42.82]nothing would ever get done.
  [09:45.22]It is when people work together,
  [09:47.25]and do their bit, that success is achieved.
  [09:51.72]Questions 23 to 25 are based on the conversation
  [09:55.96]you have just heard.
  [09:58.47]23. Why is the plans rejected?
  [10:18.41]24. What does the woman’s suggest in the conversation?
  [10:38.47]25. Which statement does the woman most likely agree with?
  [10:59.73]Section B
  [11:01.43]Directions:
  [11:03.39]In this section,
  [11:04.56]you will hear 3 short passages.
  [11:07.52]At the end of each passage,
  [11:09.89]you will hear some questions.
  [11:12.53]Both the passage and the questions will be spoken only once.
  [11:18.09]After you hear a question,
  [11:19.89]you must choose the best answer from the four choices
  [11:23.91]marked A), B), C) and D).
  [11:27.61]Then mark the corresponding letter on Answer Sheet 2
  [11:33.15]with a single line through the centre.
  [11:36.62]Passage One
  [11:38.78]To be successful in a job interview,
  [11:41.39]you should demonstrate certain personal and professional qualities.
  [11:45.87]You need to create a good image in the limited time available,
  [11:50.08]usually from 30 to 45 minutes.
  [11:53.67]You must make a positive impression
  [11:55.82]which the interviewer will remember
  [11:58.01]while he interviews other candidates.
  [12:00.59]The following are some qualities you should especially pay attention to
  [12:05.16]during an interview.
  [12:06.90]First of all, you should take care to appear to be properly dressed.
  [12:11.60]The right clothes worn at the right time
  [12:13.74]can win respect of the interviewer
  [12:15.90]and his confidence in your judgment.
  [12:18.81]It may not be true that clothes make the man,
  [12:21.90]but the first and often last impression of you
  [12:25.28]is determined by the clothes you wear.
  [12:28.18]Secondly, you should pay close attention to your manner of speaking,
  [12:32.40]since speech is a reflection of personality.
  [12:36.05]You should reflect confidence by speaking
  [12:38.38]in a clear voice, loud enough to be heard,
  [12:41.27]without being aggressive or overpowering.
  [12:44.62]You should be prepared to talk knowledgeably
  [12:46.97]about the requirements of the position you are applying for,
  [12:50.69]to be really impressive, you must convey a sense of self-confidence
  [12:55.16]and enthusiasm for work.
  [12:58.10]If you display these characteristics,
  [13:00.49]with just a little luck, you’ll certainly succeed
  [13:04.04]in the typical personal interview.
  [13:07.45]Questions 26 to 29 are based on the passage
  [13:11.44]you have just heard.
  [13:15.00]26. How long does an interview usually last
  [13:18.84]according to the passage?
  [13:36.25]27. According to the passage, what is a proper way of speaking
  [13:41.06]during an interview?
  [13:58.63]28. Why should we wear proper clothes during an interview?
  [14:19.78]29. Which statement can not be applied according to the passage?
  [14:41.31]Passage Two
  [14:43.15]A poorly trained manager can make an employee's life miserable.
  [14:48.45]In 99 out of 100 cases,
  [14:51.83]the reason employees feel demoralized
  [14:54.82]and no longer like their jobs is because they have a new boss
  [14:59.29]who doesn't appreciate them,
  [15:01.41]doesn't listen to them,
  [15:03.28]or generally erodes their self-esteem.
  [15:06.43]Three basic skills that every manager should use
  [15:09.58]in order to be effective on the job are:
  [15:11.74]being specific, enhancing others' self-esteem and listening effectively.
  [15:18.80]Being specific means giving work instructions
  [15:21.93]that are precise,
  [15:23.47]and being clear about what is to be done
  [15:27.00]and the results to be achieved.
  [15:29.02]Being specific means describing the behaviors of people
  [15:33.29]rather than labeling people.
  [15:35.94]It includes giving both positive feedback
  [15:38.33]that tells them what to repeat
  [15:40.39]and corrective feedback that is firm, yet non-critical.
  [15:44.81]Then it comes down to building the employees up.
  [15:48.81]Self-esteem is a private, individual matter.
  [15:52.20]It is not fixed, but goes up and down from day to day,
  [15:55.68]or even from hour to hour.
  [15:58.31]Thus, enhancing self-esteem is no easy task.
  [16:02.42]Managers can't "make" people feel good about themselves.
  [16:06.65]Rather, self-esteem is like a door that's locked from the inside.
  [16:12.54]A final skill that today's managers need more than ever is listening.
  [16:17.77]Listening may seem like a commonplace skill,
  [16:20.72]but it is not practiced nearly
  [16:22.81]as much as it needs to be in business today.
  [16:26.33]People tend to think about what they are going to say in rebuttal
  [16:29.22]when another person is talking,
  [16:31.77]instead of focusing on what that person is saying
  [16:34.26]and what he or she means.
  [16:36.80]Questions 30 to 32 are based on the passage
  [16:40.34]you have just heard.
  [16:43.24]30. Which statement is not a reason
  [16:47.32]why employees feel demoralized?
  [17:05.86]31. Which is not a skill the manager should have
  [17:11.76]according to the passage?
  [17:28.44]32. Listening to others, what people tend to do?
  [17:49.72]Passage Three
  [17:51.48]Why is it that whenever you pop into a supermarket
  [17:54.95]for a pound of butter and a tin of baked beans,
  [17:58.86]you end up spending twenty pounds-or more?
  [18:02.08]The good news is that
  [18:03.95]it is not because there is something wrong with you.
  [18:07.02]Most of us do it.
  [18:09.00]The bad news is that
  [18:10.60]from the moment that you step inside a store,
  [18:13.32]you haven't got a chance.
  [18:15.98]Shops have spent a great deal of time and money
  [18:18.57]researching the psychology of the shopper.
  [18:21.86]They're using increasingly sophisticated methods to make us buy.
  [18:27.89]A good supermarket environment is one
  [18:31.10]in which you feel relaxed and comfortable.
  [18:34.90]In the 60's, when supermarkets first took off in Britain,
  [18:39.44]aisles were deliberately very narrow
  [18:42.04]so that no shelf space was wasted.
  [18:45.06]However, that's all changed now.
  [18:48.40]the idea is to keep you relaxed-though not too relaxed.
  [18:53.62]Consequently, lighting is designed to be relaxing,
  [18:57.61]but not enough to send you to sleep.
  [19:00.69]Similarly, the background music
  [19:03.23]which is there to cover up the threatening sound of the hustle and bustle,
  [19:07.97]should be pleasant and put you at ease
  [19:11.10]but always have a fairly brisk beat to keep you moving.
  [19:16.08]Questions 33 to 35 are based on the passage
  [19:20.27]you have just heard.
  [19:22.30]33. What usually happens when people go to a shopping?
  [19:43.60]34. Why do the shops research the psychology of the shopper?
  [20:05.59]35. Which is not the method to make people feel relaxed?
  [20:26.03]Section C
  [20:27.68]Directions:
  [20:29.28]In this section,
  [20:30.64]you will hear a passage three times.
  [20:33.75]When the passage is read for the first time,
  [20:36.86]you should listen carefully for its general idea.
  [20:40.86]When the passage is read for the second time,
  [20:43.55]you are required to fill in the blanks numbered from 36 to 43
  [20:50.07]with the exact words you have just heard.
  [20:53.78]For blanks numbered from 44 to 46
  [20:57.27]you are required to fill in the missing information.
  [21:01.36]For these blanks,
  [21:02.82]you can either use the exact words you have just heard
  [21:06.04]or write down the main points in your own words.
  [21:10.65]Finally, when the passage is read for the third time,
  [21:14.34]you should check what you have written.
  [21:19.34]now listen to the passage
  [21:21.11]Today, scientific research in both Asia and the west
  [21:24.63]is providing hard evidence for the health benefits
  [21:28.55]long associated with drinking green tea.
  [21:32.10]The Chinese have known about the medical benefits
  [21:34.94]of green tea since ancient times,
  [21:38.06]using it to treat everything from headaches to depression.
  [21:42.54]Scientific research shows us that
  [21:44.94]this herbal supplement can actually help the body get rid of excess fat.
  [21:50.42]The result, as desired is of course,
  [21:53.58]is achievement of weight loss.
  [21:56.48]Even if you do not like the taste it is a good way
  [21:58.55]to take advantage of the health benefits.
  [22:01.94]Green tea doesn't taste anything like the tea you usually drink.
  [22:06.12]Most green tea drinkers do not add milk or sugar.
  [22:10.53]Green tea has been described as having a light, fresh, green flavor.
  [22:16.23]There are several different varieties of green tea each
  [22:19.86]with its own flavor;
  [22:22.17]however they all seem to have one flavor quality in common.
  [22:26.41]Green tea is brewed just like you would brew the tea you normally drink,
  [22:31.28]except you will not want the water to boil.
  [22:34.67]You will want to brew you tea
  [22:36.35]when the water is on the verge of boiling.
  [22:39.64]Green tea is a more delicate tea
  [22:42.32]so you want to the water to be a little cooler.
  [22:45.42]To date, the only negative side effect
  [22:48.23]reported from drinking green tea is insomnia
  [22:51.74]due to the fact that it contains caffeine.
  [22:55.08]However, green tea contains less caffeine than coffee.
  [23:04.30]Now, the passage will be read again
  [23:09.20]Today, scientific research in both Asia and the west
  [23:13.65]is providing hard evidence for the health benefits
  [23:17.39]long associated with drinking green tea.
  [23:20.97]The Chinese have known about the medical benefits
  [23:23.70]of green tea since ancient times,
  [23:26.81]using it to treat everything from headaches to depression.
  [23:31.33]Scientific research shows us that
  [23:33.76]this herbal supplement can actually help the body get rid of excess fat.
  [23:39.09]The result, as desired is of course,
  [23:42.37]is achievement of weight loss.
  [23:45.26]Even if you do not like the taste it is a good way
  [23:47.37]to take advantage of the health benefits.
  [23:50.34]Green tea doesn't taste anything like the tea you usually drink.
  [23:54.90]Most green tea drinkers do not add milk or sugar.
  [23:59.47]Green tea has been described as having a light, fresh, green flavor.
  [24:05.29]There are several different varieties of green tea each
  [24:10.36]with its own flavor;
  [24:11.96]however they all seem to have one flavor quality in common.
  [24:15.26]
  [25:15.11]Green tea is brewed just like you would brew the tea you normally drink,
  [25:19.60]except you will not want the water to boil.
  [25:23.00]You will want to brew you tea
  [25:25.24]when the water is on the verge of boiling.
  [25:27.50]
  [26:27.67]Green tea is a more delicate tea
  [26:30.33]so you want to the water to be a little cooler.
  [26:33.31]To date, the only negative side effect
  [26:36.51]reported from drinking green tea is insomnia
  [26:40.03]due to the fact that it contains caffeine.
  [26:42.44]
  [27:42.36]However, green tea contains less caffeine than coffee.
  [27:48.65]Now the passage will be read for the third time
  [27:55.65]Today, scientific research in both Asia and the west
  [27:59.84]is providing hard evidence for the health benefits
  [28:03.31]long associated with drinking green tea.
  [28:07.24]The Chinese have known about the medical benefits
  [28:09.97]of green tea since ancient times,
  [28:13.15]using it to treat everything from headaches to depression.
  [28:17.66]Scientific research shows us that
  [28:20.03]this herbal supplement can actually help the body get rid of excess fat.
  [28:25.45]The result, as desired is of course,
  [28:28.72]is achievement of weight loss.
  [28:30.95]Even if you do not like the taste it is a good way
  [28:33.70]to take advantage of the health benefits.
  [28:36.70]Green tea doesn't taste anything like the tea you usually drink.
  [28:41.30]Most green tea drinkers do not add milk or sugar.
  [28:45.82]Green tea has been described as having a light, fresh, green flavor.
  [28:51.63]There are several different varieties of green tea each
  [28:54.80]with its own flavor;
  [28:56.92]however they all seem to have one flavor quality in common.
  [29:01.63]Green tea is brewed just like you would brew the tea you normally drink,
  [29:06.37]except you will not want the water to boil.
  [29:09.77]You will want to brew you tea
  [29:11.45]when the water is on the verge of boiling.
  [29:14.73]Green tea is a more delicate tea
  [29:17.31]so you want to the water to be a little cooler.
  [29:19.95]To date, the only negative side effect
  [29:23.46]reported from drinking green tea is insomnia
  [29:26.75]due to the fact that it contains caffeine.
  [29:30.06]However, green tea contains less caffeine than coffee.
  [29:38.54]This is the end of listending comprehension

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