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全国公共英语等级考试四级 e2

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  [00:00.00]You now have 30 seconds to check your answers to questions 14--16.
[00:10.95]Questions 14-16 according to Part C (2).
[00:12.93]14.How long does a master's degree take in Switzerland?
[00:14.94](A)two years.  (B)three years.  (C)four years.  (D)five years.
[00:17.14]15.Who has to choose from a booklet of fifty courses for study?
[00:20.38](A)all the students. (B)students doing a bachelor's.
[00:22.36](C)students doing a Master's.  (D)students doing a Ph.D..
[00:25.97]16.Why does the speaker think the computer science education
[00:27.95]in Switzerland is particularly good?
[00:31.63](A)Because it covers a wide range of areas.
[00:33.62](B)Because it is sponsored by the government.
[00:36.49](C)Because it gives more emphasis to application.
[00:39.68](D)Because it gets grants from companies for research.
[00:42.29](3) Questions 17--20 are based on an interview in a TV show.
[00:49.79]You now have 20 seconds to read questions 17--20.
[00:55.77]17.What is the show "behind the Scene"  about?
[00:57.86]18.How do people often feel when Scott tells them that he is a producer?
[01:01.75]19.According to Scott,what is the most important feature
[01:03.76]that a producer should possess?  20.What does Scott think of his job?
[01:08.81]W:Welcome to another edition of Behind the Scenes,
[01:16.90]the show that profiles fascinating and perhaps somewhat misunderstood jobs.
[01:25.21]I'm Mary Roberts.
[01:28.82]Our guest today is Scott Jaspen a local TV producer.
[01:35.61]Hello,Scott.Welcome.
[01:39.60]M:Hi.Thank you for inviting1 me,Mary.
[01:44.31]W:Let me begin by  saying I asked a few people what they thought a producer does,
[01:52.01]and I was surprised at all the different responses I got.
[01:58.10]M:Ah...yeah...you're right!
[02:02.28]When I tell people I'm a producer I often get a slightly confused reaction--
[02:09.38]sort of like,"Oh,really...?"
[02:13.49]W:Well,Lets clear up the mystery.    M:Great!First off,
[02:20.38]let me say that not every producer does exactly the same things.
[02:26.29]But I can say that they are all tired and stressed out,
[02:32.08]but probably love their job!
[02:36.19]For myself,I can tell you that my job allows me to be in charge of things
[02:43.40]and at the same time work as part of a team.
[02:48.18]There's a lot of responsibility to this job,too:
[02:53.27]I have to see that everything is done correctly,on time,and within the budget.
[03:00.56]W:Most people probably think of the producer as the"money person".
[03:06.96]Is there a creative side to the job,too?
[03:11.45]M:Oh,absolutely.For example,
[03:15.94]I do research and think up ideas for shows with the writers.
[03:22.45]And then I work with the directors and the performers.
[03:27.23]But above all,you have to have a strong personality to be a producer--
[03:33.60]you have to be in charge of everyone,
[03:37.50]get them to do what you want but you still have to be nice to them!
[03:43.29]W:That can't be easy!    M:Oh,no,not at all.
[03:48.68]But I love the excitement and the opportunity to work with very interesting people.
[03:55.36]W:Well,this has been very informative2.
[04:00.46]Thank you for being with us today.  M:Oh,It's been my pleasure!
[04:05.86]That is the end of Part C.
[04:10.57]You now have 5 minutes to transfer all your answers from your test booklet
[04:18.17]to ANSWER SHEET 1.
[04:21.77]The keys to  Exercises 5.
[04:26.16]Part A 1.CDs  2.a warming label  3.freedom of speech
[04:29.17]4.strong/ugly/offensive language  5.funny and unreasonable3
[04:33.48]Part B  6.early February,the year 2000
[04:35.46]before spring Festival next year/next spring
[04:40.32]7.3 million 8.6,000 to 10,000 9.Shanghai and Tianjin
[04:42.28]10.The National Education Examination authority
[04:44.45]Part C  11--20:BAABD  ABABB
[04:46.43]That is the end of listening comprehension.
[05:24.23]PETS 4 Test
[05:39.83]Section 1  Listening Comprehension
[05:45.52]Introduction This section is designed to test your ability
[05:51.22]to understand spoken English.
[05:55.71]You will have a selection4 of recorded materials
[06:00.62]and you must answer the questions that accompany them.
[06:05.82]There are three parts in this section,Part A, Part B and Part C.
[06:13.21]Remember,while you are doing the test,
[06:17.81]you should first put down your answers in your test booklet.
[06:23.32]At the end of the listening comprehension section,
[06:28.81]you will have 5 minutes to transfer all your answers from your test booklet
[06:35.28]to ANSWER SHEET 1.
[06:38.89]If you have any questions,you may raise your hand NOW
[06:44.40]as you will not be allowed to speak once the test has started.
[06:49.70]Now look at Part A in your test booklet
[07:14.00]Part A
[07:16.69]You will hear an announcement about a cinema program.
[07:21.99]Listen and complete the information for questions 1-5.
[07:28.10]Some of the information has been completed for you.
[07:33.30]You will hear the recording5 twice.
[07:37.69]You now have 25 seconds to read the table below.
[07:43.20]1.Studio One Voyage to Jupiter6 Programs at 2:30 and (  ).
[07:47.20]2.Seat prices:&3 for adults and(  )for children,students &senior citizens
[07:51.20]3.Studio Two The Marvelous(  ).
[07:54.10]4.Special offer this week only--all seats(  ).
[07:56.11]5.Studio Three Master Dragon One performance daily at 7:30
[08:01.41]For further information and booking office phone(  ).
[08:07.00]This is a recorded announcement for the week beginning Monday,October 22nd.
[08:17.19]Studio One: Voyage to Jupiter --doors open at 2 p.m.,
[08:25.89]program begins at 2:30,last complete performance at 8:45.
[08:34.66]All seats bookable,adults `3,children,students and senior citizens `1.50.
[08:46.94]Studio Two: showing all this week and next The Marvelous Mountain,
[08:56.14]doors open at 1:30, program begins at 2 o'clock.
[09:02.82]Ticket prices are reduced this week only.
[09:08.94]Studio Three: Starting today the long-awaited epic7 Master Dragon.
[09:17.82]One showing daily at 7:30.
[09:22.31]No advance booking but patrons8 are advised to queue early.
[09:29.10]Doors open at 7 p.m.
[09:33.70]For further details and booking office phone 0342 5791
[09:44.10]any time between 10 a.m.and 6 p.m.,that's 0342 5791.
[09:55.70]1.Studio One Voyage to Jupiter Programs at 2:30 and (  ).
[10:01.42]2.Seat prices:&3 for adults and(  )for children,students &senior citizens
[10:05.60]3.Studio Two The Marvelous(  ).
[10:09.88]4.Special offer this week only--all seats(  ).
[10:13.88]5.Studio Three Master Dragon One performance daily at 7:30
[10:16.67]For further information and booking office phone(  ).
[10:21.48]Now you will hear the recording again.
[10:26.89]This is a recorded announcement for the week beginning Monday,October 22nd.
[10:34.98]Studio One: Voyage to Jupiter--doors open at 2 p.m.,
[10:43.68]program begins at 2:30,last complete performance at 8:45.
[10:52.59]All seats bookable,adults `3,children,students and senior citizens `1.50.
[11:04.29]Studio Two:showing all this week and next The Marvelous Mountain,
[11:13.18]doors open at 1:30, program begins at 2 o'clock.
[11:20.05]Ticket prices are reduced this week only.
[11:25.43]Studio Three: Starting today the long-awaited epic Master Dragon.
[11:34.94]One showing daily at 7:30.
[11:39.53]No advance booking but patrons are advised to queue early.
[11:46.25]Doors open at 7 p.m.
[11:50.74]For further details and booking office
[11:56.15]phone 0342 5791 any time between 10 a.m. and 6 p.m.,that's 0342 5791.
[12:12.63]Questions 1-5 according to Part A
[12:16.84]1.Studio One Voyage to Jupiter Programs at 2:30 and (  ).
[12:18.85]2.Seat prices:&3 for adults and(  )for children,students &senior citizens
[12:20.83]3.Studio Two The Marvelous(  ).
[12:25.14]4.Special offer this week only--all seats(  ).
[12:27.13]5.Studio Three Master Dragon One performance daily at 7:30
[12:29.11]For further information and booking office phone(  ).
[12:31.80]This is the end of Part A.


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1 inviting CqIzNp     
adj.诱人的,引人注目的
参考例句:
  • An inviting smell of coffee wafted into the room.一股诱人的咖啡香味飘进了房间。
  • The kitchen smelled warm and inviting and blessedly familiar.这间厨房的味道温暖诱人,使人感到亲切温馨。
2 informative 6QczZ     
adj.提供资料的,增进知识的
参考例句:
  • The adverts are not very informative.这些广告并没有包含太多有用信息。
  • This intriguing book is both thoughtful and informative.这本引人入胜的书既有思想性又富知识性。
3 unreasonable tjLwm     
adj.不讲道理的,不合情理的,过度的
参考例句:
  • I know that they made the most unreasonable demands on you.我知道他们对你提出了最不合理的要求。
  • They spend an unreasonable amount of money on clothes.他们花在衣服上的钱太多了。
4 selection EZ3xX     
n.选择,挑选,精选品,可选择的东西
参考例句:
  • We left the selection of the team to the captain.我们把挑选队员的工作交给了队长。
  • The shop has a fine selection of cheeses.那家商店有各种精美乳酪可供选购。
5 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。
6 Jupiter mz2zM     
n.木星
参考例句:
  • Jupiter is unlike the Earth in almost every way.木星与地球几乎完全不同。
  • The astronomers were taking an observation of Jupiter.天文学家们正在观测木星。
7 epic ui5zz     
n.史诗,叙事诗;adj.史诗般的,壮丽的
参考例句:
  • I gave up my epic and wrote this little tale instead.我放弃了写叙事诗,而写了这个小故事。
  • They held a banquet of epic proportions.他们举行了盛大的宴会。
8 patrons 702f5690185582d6eeb88f8bbb150f3f     
赞助人( patron的名词复数 ); 资助人; 老主顾; 名义赞助人(支持慈善组织等的名人,名字常用于有关的广告宣传中)
参考例句:
  • "Of course. Every hotel depends upon the repute of its patrons. “当然啦,每家旅馆都要依靠其主顾的名声。 来自英汉文学 - 嘉莉妹妹
  • Patrons are requested to leave their bags in the cloakroom. 顾客请将手提包留在衣帽间。
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