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全国公共英语等级考试四级 a1添加文本

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  [00:00.00]PETS 4   Exercise 1
[01:01.28]Section 1   Listening Comprehension
[01:06.93]Part A
[01:10.95]You will hear a radio weather forecast.
[01:15.70]Listen and complete the sentences in questions 1--5
[01:22.23]with the information you've heard.
[01:26.36]Write not more than 3 words in each numbered box.
[01:32.89]You will hear the recording1 twice.
[01:37.15]You now have 25 seconds to read the table below.
[01:43.81]Question 1-5 according to Part A
[01:46.45]1.Chicagos reporting ( ).
[01:48.51]2.The temperature at Ann Arbor2 Airport on the Fahrenheit3 scale is( ).
[01:50.55]3.Tommorrow morning the sun will rise at ( ).
[01:52.69]4.Tonight's low is expected to be about ( ).
[01:54.73]5.The weekend is likely to be ( ),
[01:57.66]On the area weather map,
[02:01.18]most stations in southern Michigan are still reporting sunny skies.
[02:08.13]It's seventy-nine degrees at Detroit,seventy-three degrees at Lansing.
[02:15.58]Chicago is reporting light showers.
[02:20.51]South Bend is cloudy as the cloudiness moves in from the southwest.
[02:27.98]The Temperature at Ann Arbor Airport in degrees Celsius4
[02:34.12]is twenty-three point three.
[02:37.88]That's seventy-four degrees on the Fahrenheit scale.
[02:43.24]Sixty-six degrees is the water temperature of the lake
[02:49.59]with winds gusting5 at twenty knots.
[02:54.03]The relative humidity is fifty-five percent and the barometric6 pressure
[03:01.29]is thirty point eleven inches of mercury and falling.
[03:07.64]The pollution index today is seventy-five.
[03:12.78]The quality of our air is fair.
[03:17.75]Sunrise will be at six o'clock tomorrow morning.
[03:23.10]And now for the extended forecast.
[03:27.44]For tonight,we expect partly cloudy conditions and mild temperatures
[03:34.91]with tonight's low about sixty degrees
[03:39.95]and only a twenty percent chance of any showers this evening.
[03:45.91]Tomorrow morning, look for mostly cloudy conditions
[03:51.44]with a seventy percent chance of showers and thundershowers
[03:57.37]continuing into the evening.
[04:01.35]It looks like it will be a mild,but rainy weekend.
[04:06.67]Question 1-5 according to Part A
[04:08.69]1.Chicagos reporting   ( ).
[04:10.75]2.The temperature at Ann Arbor Airport on the Fahrenheit scale is( ).
[04:12.87]3.Tommorrow morning the sun will rise at ( ).
[04:14.93]4.Tonight's low is expected to be about ( ).
[04:15.07]5.The weekend is likely to be ( ),
[04:18.70]Now you will hear the recording again.
[04:23.35]On the area weather map,
[04:26.91]most stations in southern Michigan are still reporting sunny skies.
[04:33.96]It's seventy-nine degrees at Detroit,seventy-three degrees at Lansing.
[04:41.43]Chicago is reporting light showers.
[04:46.47]South Bend is cloudy as the cloudiness moves in from the southwest.
[04:53.92]The Temperature at Ann Arbor Airport in degrees Celsius
[05:00.19]is twenty-three point three.
[05:03.92]That's seventy-four degrees on the Fahrenheit scale.
[05:09.28]Sixty-six degrees is the water temperature of the lake
[05:15.13]with winds gusting at twenty knots.
[05:19.60]The relative humidity is fifty-five percent and the barometric pressure
[05:27.14]is thirty point eleven inches of mercury and falling.
[05:33.10]The pollution index today is seventy-five.
[05:38.14]The quality of our air is fair.
[05:43.18]Sunrise will be at six o'clock tomorrow morning.
[05:48.41]And now for the extended forecast.
[05:52.74]For tonight,we expect partly cloudy conditions and mild temperatures
[06:00.19]with tonight's low about sixty degrees
[06:04.94]and only a twenty percent chance of any showers this evening.
[06:10.90]Tomorrow morning, look for mostly cloudy conditions
[06:16.46]with a seventy percent chance of showers
[06:21.22]and thundershowers continuing into the evening.
[06:26.55]It looks like it will be a mild, but rainy weekend.
[06:31.98]Question 1-5 according to Part A
[06:34.04]1.Chicagos reporting   ( ).
[06:36.08]2.The temperature at Ann Arbor Airport on the Fahrenheit scale is( ).
[06:38.15]3.Tommorrow morning the sun will rise at ( ).
[06:40.18]4.Tonight's low is expected to be about ( ).
[06:42.19]5.The weekend is likely to be ( ),
[06:45.15]That is the end of Part A.
[06:51.31]Part B
[06:55.46]You will hear a weekly oral report given by a student.
[07:01.50]Answer questions 6--10 while you listen.
[07:07.45]Use not more than 5 words for each answer.
[07:13.10]You will hear the recording twice.
[07:17.43]You now have 25 seconds to read the questions.
[07:23.18]Question 6-10 according to Part B.
[07:25.24]6.What is the topic of last week's discussion?(  )
[07:28.17]7.How different is Emily Dickinson from Walt Whitman? ( )
[07:30.21]8.When was Emily Dickinson born? ( )
[07:32.25]9.How did Emily Dickinson spend her solitary7 days?( )
[07:34.31]10.how many poems were discovered in her room after her death?( )
[07:34.42]Today is my turn to give the weekly oral report.
[07:39.85]And the topic that Professor May has assigned me is
[07:45.41]the life of the poet Emily Dickinson.
[07:50.46]Compared to Walt Whitman whom we discussed last week,
[07:56.91]I found Emily Dickinson strikingly different.
[08:02.26]She seems in fact to be the complete opposite of Whitman
[08:08.11]in her life and in her work.
[08:12.48]I would like to share briefly8 with the class
[08:17.13]some of the essential facts of her biography.
[08:22.38]Emily Dickinson was born in 1830,
[08:27.73]in Amherst,Massachusetts,arely a decade after Whitman.
[08:34.68]In her early twenties,for reasons which still remain a mystery,
[08:41.24]she began to withdraw from ordinary contact with the world.
[08:47.38]For the remaining thirty years of her life,
[08:51.63]she was seldom seen outside her home.
[08:56.78]In this respect,she was quite unlike Whitman who loved the great outdoors.
[09:04.64]Emily Dickinson spent her solitary days corresponding with friends
[09:12.79]and writing hundreds of remarkable9 poems, notably10,
[09:19.14]"I Heard a Fly Buzz" and the poem we read for today,"I am nobody".
[09:27.19]Although she showed some of her poems to her family
[09:32.33]and sent some in letters to her friends,
[09:37.27]only four were published in her lifetime.
[09:42.73]Most of them,almost twelve hundred poems,
[09:48.87]were discovered in her room after she died in 1886 at the age of 56.
[09:58.33]These poems established her as a major poet,and several modern critics
[10:06.48]consider her the greatest woman poet of the English language.
[10:12.54]Ah,that's about all I have.Are there any questions?
[10:18.99]If not,we should probably begin talking about Dickinson's "I am nobody",
[10:26.15]the poem Professor May assigned for this week's class discussion.
[10:32.89]Question 6-10 according to Part B.
[10:34.95]6.What is the topic of last week's discussion?(  )
[10:36.99]7.How different is Emily Dickinson from Walt Whitman? ( )
[10:39.05]8.When was Emily Dickinson born? ( )
[10:41.09]9.How did Emily Dickinson spend her solitary days?( )
[10:43.13]10.how many poems were discovered in her room after her death?( )
[10:47.07]Now you will hear the recording again.
[10:52.71]Today is my turn to give the weekly oral report.
[10:59.06]And the topic that Professor May has assigned me is
[11:04.52]the life of the poet Emily Dickinson
[11:09.77]Compared to Walt Whitman whom we discussed last week,
[11:15.52]I found Emily Dickinson strikingly different.
[11:21.06]She seems in fact to be the complete opposite of Whitman
[11:26.91]in her life and in her work.
[11:31.37]I would like to share briefly with the class
[11:36.02]some of the essential facts of her biography.
[11:41.27]Emily Dickinson was born in 1830,
[11:46.73]in Amherst,Massachusetts,barely a decade after Whitman.
[11:53.58]In her early twenties,for reasons which still remain a mystery,
[11:59.93]she began to withdraw from ordinary contact with the world.
[12:06.27]For the remaining thirty years of her life,
[12:10.53]she was seldom seen outside her home.
[12:15.68]In this respect,she was quite unlike Whitman who loved the great outdoors.
[12:23.30]Emily Dickinson spent her solitary days corresponding with friends
[12:31.27]and writing hundreds of remarkable poems,notably,
[12:37.62]"I Heard a Fly Buzz" and the poem we read for today,"I am nobody".
[12:45.56]Although she showed some of her poems to her family
[12:50.63]and sent some in letters to her friends,
[12:55.38]only four were published in her lifetime.
[13:00.42]Most of them, almost twelve hundred poems,
[13:07.19]were discovered in her room after she died in 1886 at the age of 56.
[13:16.83]These poems established her as a major poet,and several modern critics
[13:24.88]consider her the greatest woman poet of the English language.
[13:31.04]Ah,that's about all I have.Are there any questions?
[13:37.88]If not,we should probably begin talking about Dickinson's "I am nobody",
[13:44.94]the poem Professor May assigned for this week's class discussion.
[13:51.60]Question 6-10 according to Part B.
[13:53.64]6.What is the topic of last week's discussion?(  )
[13:55.70]7.How different is Emily Dickinson from Walt Whitman? ( )
[13:57.71]8.When was Emily Dickinson born? ( )
[13:59.75]9.How did Emily Dickinson spend her solitary days?( )
[14:01.81]10.how many poems were discovered in her room after her death?( )
[14:04.66]That is the end of Part B.


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1 recording UktzJj     
n.录音,记录
参考例句:
  • How long will the recording of the song take?录下这首歌得花多少时间?
  • I want to play you a recording of the rehearsal.我想给你放一下彩排的录像。
2 arbor fyIzz0     
n.凉亭;树木
参考例句:
  • They sat in the arbor and chatted over tea.他们坐在凉亭里,边喝茶边聊天。
  • You may have heard of Arbor Day at school.你可能在学校里听过植树节。
3 Fahrenheit hlhx9     
n./adj.华氏温度;华氏温度计(的)
参考例句:
  • He was asked for the boiling point of water in Fahrenheit.他被问到水的沸点是华氏多少度。
  • The thermometer reads 80 degrees Fahrenheit.寒暑表指出华氏80度。
4 Celsius AXRzl     
adj.摄氏温度计的,摄氏的
参考例句:
  • The temperature tonight will fall to seven degrees Celsius.今晚气温将下降到七摄氏度。
  • The maximum temperature in July may be 36 degrees Celsius.七月份最高温度可能达到36摄氏度。
5 gusting b935a53d4a54bfbe1ff80be0f64a4ae6     
(风)猛刮(gust的现在分词形式)
参考例句:
  • Then the treacherous North Atlantic struck, with hail, rain, lightning and gusting wind. 这时,气候变幻莫测的北大西洋出现了冰雹、大雨、闪电和狂风。 来自英汉非文学 - 百科语料821
  • Jeff: Sometimes, the partiality and miscarriage of justice are dis-gusting too. 杰夫: 有时,裁判的不公平和误判也真是令人讨厌的一件事情。
6 barometric 8f9aa910b267a0dd0a4a3f7ad83555f5     
大气压力
参考例句:
  • Electricity compensates for barometric pressure as well as system pressure variations. 用电补偿大气压和系统压力的变化。
  • A barometric altimeter indicates height above sea level or some other selected elevation. 气压高度表用以指示海平面或另外某个被选定高度以上的高度。
7 solitary 7FUyx     
adj.孤独的,独立的,荒凉的;n.隐士
参考例句:
  • I am rather fond of a solitary stroll in the country.我颇喜欢在乡间独自徜徉。
  • The castle rises in solitary splendour on the fringe of the desert.这座城堡巍然耸立在沙漠的边际,显得十分壮美。
8 briefly 9Styo     
adv.简单地,简短地
参考例句:
  • I want to touch briefly on another aspect of the problem.我想简单地谈一下这个问题的另一方面。
  • He was kidnapped and briefly detained by a terrorist group.他被一个恐怖组织绑架并短暂拘禁。
9 remarkable 8Vbx6     
adj.显著的,异常的,非凡的,值得注意的
参考例句:
  • She has made remarkable headway in her writing skills.她在写作技巧方面有了长足进步。
  • These cars are remarkable for the quietness of their engines.这些汽车因发动机没有噪音而不同凡响。
10 notably 1HEx9     
adv.值得注意地,显著地,尤其地,特别地
参考例句:
  • Many students were absent,notably the monitor.许多学生缺席,特别是连班长也没来。
  • A notably short,silver-haired man,he plays basketball with his staff several times a week.他个子明显较为矮小,一头银发,每周都会和他的员工一起打几次篮球。
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