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全国公共英语等级考试四级 a2

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  [00:00.00]Part C   You will hear three dialogues or monologues1.
[00:09.69]Before listening to each one,
[00:13.84]you will have time to read the questions related to it.
[00:19.20]While listening, answer each question by choosing A,B,C or D.
[00:28.66]After listening,you will have time to check your answer.
[00:34.19]You will hear each piece once only.
[00:39.65](1) Question 11-13 are based on the following dialogue.
[00:46.92]You now have 15 seconds to read questions 11-13.
[00:54.86]11.Why is the woman waiting?
[00:56.92]12.What kind of weather is usual for March?
[00:59.01]13.How often is the bus scheduled to pass the stop?
[01:04.86]M:Excuse me.Have you been waiting long?
[01:09.90]W:About ten minutes.
[01:13.38]M:Did you notice whether the number seven bus had gone by?
[01:18.92]W:Not while I've been standing2 here.
[01:23.28]I'm waiting for the number seven myself
[01:27.61]M:Good.Hot today,isn't it?
[01:32.79]W:Yes,it is.I wish that it would rain and cool off.
[01:38.93]M:Me too.This is unusual for March.
[01:44.39]I don't remember it ever being so hot and dry in March before.
[01:50.84]W:You're from Florida then.
[01:54.29]M:Not really.I was born in New York,
[01:59.14]but I've lived here for ten years now.
[02:03.19]W:My mother and I have just moved here from Indiana.
[02:08.55]M:Pretty cold in Indiana,isn't it?
[02:12.60]W:Yes.That's why we moved.
[02:16.75]But we didn't know that it would be so hot here.
[02:21.40]We should have gone to California.
[02:25.35]Do you think that we've missed the bus?
[02:30.41]M:No,It's always a little late.
[02:34.96]W:I have twenty to one,but my watch is a little fast.
[02:41.52]M:Don't worry.It never comes exactly on the half-hour like it should.
[02:50.55]You now have 30 seconds to check your answers to questions 11-13.
[02:59.51]Question 11-13 according to Part C (1).
[03:01.55]11.Why is the woman waiting?
[03:03.56](A)She is waiting for the man.   (B)She is waiting for her mother.
[03:05.63](C)She is waiting for a bus.   (D)She is waiting for the rain to stop.
[03:04.63]12.What kind of weather is usual for March?
[03:06.79](A)cold. (B)very hot. (C)cooler. (D)drier.
[03:08.83]13.How often is the bus scheduled to pass the stop?
[03:10.87](A)every ten minutes.  (B)every twenty minutes.
[03:12.91](C)every half an hour.   (D)once a day.
[03:15.62](2) Questions 14-16 are based on the following dialogue.
[03:22.36]You now have 15 seconds  to read questions 14-16.
[03:29.63]14.Who is the man in this conversation?
[03:31.66]15.Where is the woman living now?
[03:33.67]16.Why doesn't the woman sign a lease3 now?
[03:38.51]M:That is it.I know that it is smaller than you wanted,
[03:44.46]but it is one of the nicest apartments in the building.
[03:49.30]W:Does it have three bedrooms?
[03:53.24]M:No.There are two. The master bedroom is quite spacious,though.
[04:00.29]Maybe you could let the children share the larger room.
[04:05.23]and you and your husband could use the smaller one.
[04:10.69]W:I suppose that I could do that.
[04:14.63]M:A three-bedroom apartment will be difficult to find.
[04:19.49]W:Yes I know. believe me,I have been looking for over a week.
[04:26.15]The few three-bed-room apartments that I have found are either extremely expensive
[04:33.91]or the owner won't allow children and tenants5.
[04:38.75]M:Well,the owner allows two children in this apartment complex.
[04:45.20]W:Aren't you the owner?   M:No.I am the manager.
[04:50.94]I live here,too,on the first floor of this building.
[04:56.48]W:Oh.That's nice.
[04:59.75]Then if anything gets broken...M:Just leave a note on my door.
[05:05.60]W:You said that the rent would be $350 a month.
[05:11.24]Does that include any of the utilities?
[05:15.68]M:Yes.It includes gas.Your furnace and stove are gas,
[05:23.13]so,as you can imagine,
[05:26.68]your other utilities,electric and water,are quite inexpensive.
[05:33.84]W:This sounds better and better .
[05:37.89]but before I sign a lease I would like my husband to see it.
[05:43.74]M:Why not stop by with him this evening?
[05:47.97]W:How late are you open?He doesn't get off work until five.
[05:54.11]M:Come by at six.I will still be in the office.
[05:59.75]I am sure that you are eager to move from the hotel,
[06:05.00]and if we get the paperwork out of the way tonight,
[06:09.94]you can move in tomorrow.    W:Oh,that would be wonderful.
[06:17.59]You now have 30 seconds to check your answers to questions 14-16.
[06:28.36]Question 14-16 according to Part C (2).
[06:30.39]14.Who is the man in this conversation?
[06:32.46](A)the woman's husband.   (B)the owner of the apartment.
[06:34.60](C)the apartment manager.  (D)the tenant4 of the apartment.
[06:36.64]15.Where is the woman living now?  (A)in a house. (B)in a hotel.
[06:38.67](C)in a two-bedroom apartment.  (D)in a three-bedroom apartment.
[06:40.74]16.Why doesn't the woman sign a lease now?
[06:42.77](A)Because she thinks the apartment is too small.
[06:45.54](B)Because it is the first apartment she has seen.
[06:47.58](C)Because someone else has to see it
[06:49.64](D)Because the rent is too high.
[06:52.49](3) Questions 17-20 are based on a radio programme.
[07:00.54]You now have 20 seconds to read questions 17-20.
[07:08.79]17.What is the main topic of this talk?
[07:10.86]18.When did Davis begin this programme?
[07:12.89]19.Why is insulation6 required in new houses?
[07:15.01]20.What is the purpose of building new houses facing north or south?
[07:17.83]For the past few weeks,
[07:21.28]we have been discussing national energy conservation alternatives for the future.
[07:28.12]Today
[07:30.76]I'm going to talk about what one community's presently doing to conserve7 energy.
[07:37.71]The people of Davis, California,
[07:41.97]have succeeded in cutting their energy consumption8 by 1/3 since 1973.
[07:50.22]The first energy saving action that was taken in the early 70's
[07:56.78]was the legislation9 of street building codes.
[08:02.32]All new houses in Davis must have the proper insulation
[08:09.19]so that heat will not escape unnecessarily during the winter.
[08:15.43]New houses must also face north or south,
[08:21.49]so that they will not be overheated by the sun in summer.
[08:27.24]The law definitely has had effect.
[08:31.89]Since 1976, there has been a 50 percent saving
[08:38.34]in the amount of natural gas and electricity
[08:43.70]used in heating and air-conditioning.
[08:48.14]There are other energy saving features about Davis.
[08:53.70]Buses,partially supported by the city,
[08:58.56]transport university students throughout the area.
[09:03.81]There are 24 miles of bicycle paths,
[09:08.85]and today there are twice as many bicycles as cars in the city.
[09:15.30]By reducing the available parking space,the city Council has succeeded
[09:22.85]in reducing the number of cars in the city every day.
[09:29.12]Another benefit of the reduced parking space
[09:34.27]is the greater number of small cars.
[09:39.02]People are saving gas because they are choosing not to drive,
[09:45.16]or because they are driving fuel-economic cars.
[09:50.31]Davis,California,has become an energy saving model for other cities.
[09:57.33]Time is up for today.
[10:00.68]Next week,we'll return to our regular topic of national energy alternatives.
[10:08.33]That is the end of Part C.
[10:12.67]You now have 5 minutes to transfer all your answers
[10:18.83]from your test booklet to ANSWER SHEET 1.
[10:24.37]Question 17-20 according to Part C (3).
[10:26.41]17.What is the main topic of this talk?
[10:28.47](A)Bicycles and Cars   (B)Building Codes
[10:30.61](C)Energy Conservation   (D)New Housing Construction
[10:32.68]18.When did Davis begin this programme?
[10:34.72](A)1917.   (B)1950.  (C)1965.    (D)1973.
[10:37.67]19.Why is insulation required in new houses?
[10:42.32](A)To limit heating bills.  (B)To prevent heat loss.
[10:46.47](C)To determine the temperature in homes.
[10:51.62](D)To convert10 homes to electric heat.
[10:56.35]20.What is the purpose of building new houses facing north or south?
[11:00.81](A)To avoid direct sunlight.  (B)To limit space used.
[11:05.85](C)To keep out the cold.   (D)To conform11 to other houses.
[11:11.00]Answer sheet: Part A
[11:16.25]1.light showers   2.seventy-four degrees   3.six o'clock
[11:21.89]4.sixty degrees   5.mild but rainy
[11:26.44]Part B  6.Walt Whitman   7.the complete opposite  8.in 1830
[11:31.51]9.writing letters and poems  10.almost twelve hundred
[11:36.05]Part C   11--20:CCCCB   CCDBA
[11:39.29]That is the end of listening comprehension.
[11:44.65]Exercise 2  Section 1   Listening Comprehension
[11:55.80]Part A   You will hear an introduction to the Philadelphia Zoo.
[12:04.55]Listen and complete the sentences in questions1-5
[12:11.50]with the information you've heard.
[12:15.44]Write not more than 3 words in each numbered box.
[12:21.79]You will hear the  ecording twice.
[12:26.05]You now have 25 seconds to read the table below.
[12:32.68]Question 1-5 according to Part A
[12:34.75]1.The business telephone number of the Zoo is(  ).
[12:36.79]2.The general admission fee for adults is (  ).
[12:38.93]3.A reservation is required if the group has over(  ).
[12:40.97]4.The group rate is two dollars for students who are (  ).
[12:43.00]5.Special discounts are offered before 10 o'clock on (  ).
[12:48.41]Thank you for calling the Philadelphia Zoo.
[12:52.75]We are open every day except for Thanksgiving,
[12:58.42]Christmas Eve,Christmas Day,and New year's Day.
[13:04.45]Our business number is 243-1100.
[13:12.50]The zoo is at 34th street on Girard Avenue.
[13:19.65]Hours are 9:30 A.M.to 5 P.M.
[13:25.69]our general admission is three-fifty for adults,
[13:31.75]and two-fifty for children aged12 2 through 11.
[13:37.49]Children under 2 are free.  We have group and family rates.
[13:45.36]Group rates are for 15 or more people.
[13:50.29]No reservations are needed unless there are over 500 people.
[13:57.66]The group rates are two-fifty for adults,
[14:02.52]two dollars for students who are 12 and older,
[14:07.85]and a dollar and a half for children aged 2 through 11.
[14:13.88]One person should purchase the tickets at the gate.
[14:19.03]Special discounts are offered on Saturday and Sundays before 10 A.M.
[14:26.79]admission to the Children's zoo is fifty cents for families and individuals.
[14:34.23]baby carriages and wheel chairs may be rented at the entrance.
[14:40.87]Refreshments and souvenirs are also available.
[14:46.43]Save money on zoo visits.Become a member.
[14:52.18]Question 1-5 according to Part A
[14:54.22]1. The business telephone number of the Zoo is(  ).
[14:56.25]2. The general admission fee for adults is (  ).
[14:58.29]3. A reservation is required if the group has over(  ).
[15:00.33]4. The group rate is two dollars for students who are (  ).
[15:04.38]5. Special discounts are offered before 10 o'clock on (  ).
[15:07.43]Now you will hear the recording13 again.
[15:11.98]Thank you for calling the Philadelphia Zoo.
[15:17.33]We are open every day except for Thanksgiving,
[15:23.08]Christmas Eve,Christmas Day,and New yea's Day.
[15:29.12]Our business number is 243-1100.
[15:38.18]The zoo is at 34th street on Girard Avenue.
[15:44.82]Hours are 9:30 A.M.to 5 P.M.
[15:50.95]our general admission is three-fifty for adults,
[15:56.91]and two-fifty for children aged 2 through 11.
[16:02.94]Children under 2 are free.  We have group and family rates.
[16:10.89]group rates are for 15 or more people.
[16:16.24]No reservations are needed unless there are over 500 people.
[16:22.88]The group rates are two-fifty for adults,
[16:27.71]two dollars for students who are 12 and older,
[16:33.17]and a dollar and a half for children aged 2 through 11.
[16:39.12]One person should purchase the tickets at the gate.
[16:44.27]Special discounts are offered on Saturday and Sundays before 10 A.M.
[16:52.42]admission to the Children's zoo is fifty cents for families and individuals.
[16:59.68]baby carriages and wheel chairs may be rented at the entrance.
[17:06.13]Refreshments and souvenirs are also available.
[17:11.59]Save money on zoo visits.Become a member.
[17:17.24]Question 1-5 according to Part A
[17:19.27]1.The business telephone number of the Zoo is(  ).
[17:21.31]2.The general admission fee for adults is (  ).
[17:23.35]3.A reservation is required if the group has over(  ).
[17:25.39]4.The group rate is two dollars for students who are (  ).
[17:27.45]5.Special discounts are offered before 10 o'clock on (  ).
[17:30.30]That is the end of Part A.


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1 monologues b54ccd8f001b9d8e09b1cb0a3d508b10     
n.(戏剧)长篇独白( monologue的名词复数 );滔滔不绝的讲话;独角戏
参考例句:
  • That film combines real testimonials with monologues read by actors. 电影中既有真人讲的真事,也有演员的独白。 来自互联网
  • Her monologues may help her make sense of her day. 她的独白可以帮助她让她一天的感觉。 来自互联网
2 standing 2hCzgo     
n.持续,地位;adj.永久的,不动的,直立的,不流动的
参考例句:
  • After the earthquake only a few houses were left standing.地震过后只有几幢房屋还立着。
  • They're standing out against any change in the law.他们坚决反对对法律做任何修改。
3 lease e9xz1     
n.租约,租期,租;v.出租,租出,租得
参考例句:
  • When does the lease of the house run out?这房子的租约何时到期?
  • He signed the lease yesterday.昨天他在租约上签了字。
4 tenant 0pbwd     
n.承租人;房客;佃户;v.租借,租用
参考例句:
  • The tenant was dispossessed for not paying his rent.那名房客因未付房租而被赶走。
  • The tenant is responsible for all repairs to the building.租户负责对房屋的所有修理。
5 tenants 05662236fc7e630999509804dd634b69     
n.房客( tenant的名词复数 );佃户;占用者;占有者
参考例句:
  • A number of tenants have been evicted for not paying the rent. 许多房客因不付房租被赶了出来。
  • Tenants are jointly and severally liable for payment of the rent. 租金由承租人共同且分别承担。
6 insulation Q5Jxt     
n.隔离;绝缘;隔热
参考例句:
  • Please examine the insulation of the electric wires in my house.请检查一下我屋子里电线的绝缘情况。
  • It is always difficult to assure good insulation between the electric leads.要保证两个电触头之间有良好的绝缘总是很困难的。
7 conserve vYRyP     
vt.保存,保护,节约,节省,守恒,不灭
参考例句:
  • He writes on both sides of the sheet to conserve paper.他在纸张的两面都写字以节省用纸。
  • Conserve your energy,you'll need it!保存你的精力,你会用得着的!
8 consumption 3ZVym     
n.消费,消耗,消费额,消耗量,结核病
参考例句:
  • Consumption of oil has declined in recent years.石油消耗量在最近几年下降了。
  • The meat was condemned as unfit for human consumption.这种肉已被宣布不适宜人们食用。
9 legislation q9uzG     
n.立法,法律的制定;法规,法律
参考例句:
  • They began to draft legislation.他们开始起草法规。
  • The liberals band together against the new legislation.自由党员联合一致反对新的立法。
10 convert aZhyJ     
v.(在形式、状态、用途等方面)(使)改变
参考例句:
  • I must convert sorrow into strength.我要化悲痛为力量。
  • At what rate does the dollar convert into pounds?美元以什么汇率兑换成英镑?
11 conform vppzc     
vi.(to)遵守,适应,相似,一致,符合
参考例句:
  • The building does not conform to safety regulations.这座建筑物不符合安全条例。
  • Her ideas do not conform with mine.她的观点与我的不一致。
12 aged 6zWzdI     
adj.年老的,陈年的
参考例句:
  • He had put on weight and aged a little.他胖了,也老点了。
  • He is aged,but his memory is still good.他已年老,然而记忆力还好。
13 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。
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