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决胜六级听力必备 mode9

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Section A
[00:02.90]1.W:You've heard my report. Are there any comments?
[00:07.94]M:On the whole,I agree with what you said.
[00:12.20]But your last point about putting on a play doesn't seem to be very practical.
[00:18.55]How can we put on a play when we're so busy with our studies?
[00:24.11]Q:What can be concluded from this conversation?
[00:28.66]2.M:I believe there's a parcel for me.
[00:33.10]W: Let me see...yes, here's your parcel.
[00:37.85]But you'll have to pay duty on it.
[00:41.80]Q: What does the woman mean?
[00:45.32]3.M:I want to send this to the United States by air mail registered.
[00:51.36]How much will it be?
[00:54.73]W:I'll have to weigh it first.
[00:58.46]It's a bit overweight.
[01:02.12]Let me see.
[01:05.18]That'll be one yuan-ten for postage and fifty fen1 for registration2.
[01:12.33]Q.How much will the man pay?
[01:15.89]4.M:Have you any of those bookmarks with different little paintings on them?
[01:21.92]W:Sorry,but we're all out of them at the moment.
[01:26.49]They sell very fast.
[01:29.94]Q: What did the man want to buy?
[01:33.68]5. M: Something smells good.
[01:37.52]Oh,you are preparing some noodle.
[01:41.96]What are you having with the noodles?
[01:45.69]W: Some cucumbers, a bit of pork and beef,tomatoes and eggplants.
[01:52.25]Q: How many kinds of vegetables did the woman use?
[01:57.29]6.W:Could you tell me where to have his matter settled?
[02:03.25]M: Let me see.
[02:06.30]You might try the Personnel3 Section or the Liaison4 Office.
[02:12.55]Oh,sorry,you'd better go to the Foreign Affairs Section
[02:17.87]which is next to the Student Union on the second floor.
[02:23.05]at the far end of the hall, on your right.
[02:27.59]Q:Where should the woman go according to the man?
[02:32.35]7.W:I hear that your son's working part-time at the department store.
[02:38.59]M: Yes.He works Monday,Wednesday and Friday from 4 to 9, all day Saturday.
[02:46.74]Q.Which days does the man's son not work?
[02:51.49]8 M:Could you show me that once more if you are not busy?
[02:57.35]W: Of course.
[03:00.40]Put the paper into the machine, set your margie
[03:05.65]put your fingers on the key
[03:09.31]Now you're ready.
[03:12.37]Q: What is the woman doing?
[03:15.60]9.M:The taxi was total loss. Did you see it?
[03:21.46]W:Yes.And to think that three women and two babies were in that terrible accident without being hurt.
[03:30.13]Q: How many people were injured in the accident?
[03:34.78]10. W:I recently saw a film that was mad
[03:39.82]from the story of a book I read the year before last.
[03:45.07]M:Did you enjoy the film as much as you enjoyed the book?
[03:50.32]Q:When did the woman read the book?
[03:54.37]Section B    Passage One
[03:58.60]We all know that it is possible for ordinary people to make their homes on the equator5
[04:05.05]although often they may feel uncomfortably hot there.  Millions do it.
[04:11.22]But as for the North Pole
[04:14.96]we know that it is not only a dangerously cold plays
[04:20.18]but that people like you and me would find it quite impossible to live there.
[04:26.32]At the present time only the scientists and explorers can do so
[04:32.67]and they use special equipment.
[04:36.53]Men have ben travelling acrosss and around the equator on wheel
[04:42.07]on their feet or in ships for thousands of years
[04:47.63]but only a few men with great difficulty and in very recent time
[04:54.48]have ever crossed the ice to the North Pole.
[04:59.62]So it may surprise you to learn that when travelling by air
[05:05.58]it is really safer to fly over the North Pole than over the equator.
[05:11.85]Of course,this is not true about landings in the polar region
[05:17.39](which passenger airplane do not make but the weather
[05:23.13]if we are flying at a height of 5,000 meters above the Pole it is a delight.
[05:30.58]At 4,000 meters and more above the earth you can alway
[05:36.54]be sure that you will not see a cloud in the sky as far as the eye can reach.
[05:42.99]In the tropics6, on the other hand
[05:46.93]you are not certain to keep clear of bad weather
[05:51.69]even at such heights as 18,000 or 20,000 metres.
[05:57.83]Aeroplane can't climb as high or as quickly in cold air as in warm.
[06:05.30]Nor can cloud
[06:08.35]In practice, this is an advantage to the aeroplane
[06:14.10]which is already at a good height when it reaches the polar region
[06:20.06]and so does not need to clime
[06:24.00]while at the same time cold air keeps the clouds down low.
[06:29.64]11. What can we learn about the polar region from the passage?
[06:35.91]12. Why is it a delight to fly at the Pole?
[06:41.27]13. On what condition can aeroplane climb quickly?
[06:46.80]Passage Two
[06:49.65]A country's latitude7, or distance from the equator
[06:54.41]has an important effect on its climate.
[06:58.56]In places located at low latitude
[07:02.92]or near the equato like Ecuador and northern Brazil
[07:08.67]the amount of sunshine changes the least during the year.
[07:14.23]At mid-latitudes,in places like Japan or Argentina
[07:20.08]there is more sunshine in the summer than in the winter.
[07:25.23]The greatest change occurs at the highest latitude.
[07:30.48]in places like northern Canada or Alaska.
[07:35.63]In these places,the nights are very long for half the year
[07:40.88]and the days are long during the other half.
[07:44.74]At the North or South Pol sunlight lasts the longest during the summer.
[07:50.88]But light and heat are the most intense at the equator.
[07:56.55]Altitude and distance from the sea also affect climate.
[08:02.09]The thin air in high mountain areas absorbs less of the sun's heat
[08:08.36]than the thicker air at sea levee.
[08:12.30]The daily changes in temperature also increase with distance from the sea.
[08:18.55]Snow and rain are very important to climate.
[08:23.51]Snow reflects as much as eighty or ninety percent of the heat from the sun
[08:30.07]and makes the weather even colder
[08:33.91]but a large forest area can reflect as little as five percent of the sun's heat
[08:41.17]This makes the weather warmer.  Of course,
[08:45.32]the general effects of climate do not explain everything about the weather.
[08:50.96]For example,both the driest places in the world
[08:55.72]and the place with the most rainy days are located in Chill8.
[09:00.97]Calama,in the Atacama Desert had no rain for over 400 years.
[09:08.34]But during the year 1916,it rained in Bahia Felix, Chile for 348 days.
[09:17.58]14. Where do the greatest changes of climates take place?
[09:23.93]15. Which of the following does not affect climate?
[09:29.78]16. Where are the driest places and the rainiest place located?
[09:36.84]Passage Three
[09:39.79]Large modern cities are too big to control.
[09:44.86]They impose9 their own living conditions on the people who inhabit10 them.
[09:50.71]City-dwellers are oboliged by their environment to adopt a wholly unnatural11 way of life.
[09:58.05]They lost touch with the land and rhythm of nature.
[10:03.30]It is possible to live such an air-conditioned existance in a large city
[10:10.35]that you are barely12 conscious of the season.
[10:14.50]A few flowers in a public park (if you have the time to visit it)
[10:20.75]may remind you that it is spring or summer.
[10:25.29]A few leaves clinging13 to the pavement may remind you that it is autumn.
[10:31.04]Beyond that,what is going on in nature seems totally irrelevant14.
[10:37.28]All the simple good things of life like sunshine and fresh air are at a premium15.
[10:44.75]Tall buildings blot16 out the sun.
[10:48.80]The traffic fumes17 pollute the atmosphere.
[10:53.66]Even the distinction between day and night is lost.
[10:59.10]The flow of traffic goes on unceasingly and the noise never stops.
[11:05.86]17.Which is not one of the reasons why city life is not perfectable?
[11:13.10]18.Why is it not easy to see much difference between day and night?
[11:19.73]19.WHat is highly esteemed18 in big cities according to the passage?
[11:25.69]20.Which statement is not true according the passage?


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1 fen CtczNj     
n.沼泽,沼池
参考例句:
  • The willows over all the fen rippled and whitened like a field of wheat.沼泽上的柳树,随风一起一伏,泛出白光,就象一片麦田一样。
  • There is a fen around each island.每个岛屿周围有一个沼泽。
2 registration ASKzO     
n.登记,注册,挂号
参考例句:
  • Marriage without registration is not recognized by law.法律不承认未登记的婚姻。
  • What's your registration number?你挂的是几号?
3 personnel YMsxM     
n.[总称]人员,员工,人事部门
参考例句:
  • The personnel are not happy to change these rules.全体工作人员对改变这些规定很不高兴。
  • Personnel has lost my tax forms.人事部门把我的税收表格给弄丢了。
4 liaison C3lyE     
n.联系,(未婚男女间的)暖昧关系,私通
参考例句:
  • She acts as a liaison between patients and staff.她在病人与医护人员间充当沟通的桥梁。
  • She is responsible for liaison with researchers at other universities.她负责与其他大学的研究人员联系。
5 equator piJzt     
n.赤道,(平分球形物体的面的)圆
参考例句:
  • Singapore is near the equator.新加坡位于赤道附近。
  • The United States is north of the equator.美国位于赤道以北。
6 tropics Ef7zt7     
(名)热带
参考例句:
  • The disease is thought to have originated in the tropics. 这种疾病据说起源于热带地区。
  • I went to the tropics for the first time last year. 我去年第一次去了热带地区。
7 latitude i23xV     
n.纬度,行动或言论的自由(范围),(pl.)地区
参考例句:
  • The latitude of the island is 20 degrees south.该岛的纬度是南纬20度。
  • The two cities are at approximately the same latitude.这两个城市差不多位于同一纬度上。
8 chill SVuyx     
vt.使变冷,使冷却,使沮丧;n.寒冷,风寒
参考例句:
  • With the chill factor,it's nearly minus forty here.加上风寒指数,气温接近零下40度。
  • The bad news cast a chill over the whole family.这坏消息使全家人感到沮丧。
9 impose ncLzJ     
vt.把…强加于,加重…负担;征收(税款)
参考例句:
  • Don't impose yourself on people who don't like you.不要硬缠着不喜欢你的人。
  • I don't want to impose on you.我并不想打扰你。
10 inhabit 8bTzA     
vt.居住于,(动物)栖居于
参考例句:
  • Thoughts inhabit his mind.各种思想占据了他的心灵。
  • Wild tribes still inhabit part of the Philippines.菲律宾部分地区仍然居住着一些原始部落。
11 unnatural 5f2zAc     
adj.不自然的;反常的
参考例句:
  • Did her behaviour seem unnatural in any way?她有任何反常表现吗?
  • She has an unnatural smile on her face.她脸上挂着做作的微笑。
12 barely gyFz0w     
adv.仅仅,几乎没有,几乎不
参考例句:
  • The male bird is barely distinguishable from the female.雄鸟和雌鸟几乎无法辨别。
  • He took barely enough money to keep the children in bread.他赚很少的钱仅够孩子们勉强糊口。
13 clinging clinging     
adj.执着的;有黏性的;紧靠着的;紧贴着的v.附着于( cling的现在分词 );抓紧或抱住;坚持;依恋,依附于
参考例句:
  • survivors clinging to a raft 紧紧抓住救生筏的幸存者
  • I was very frightened and clinging on like mad. 我很害怕,拼命地向上爬。 来自《简明英汉词典》
14 irrelevant ZkGy6     
adj.不恰当的,无关系的,不相干的
参考例句:
  • That is completely irrelevant to the subject under discussion.这跟讨论的主题完全不相关。
  • A question about arithmetic is irrelevant in a music lesson.在音乐课上,一个数学的问题是风马牛不相及的。
15 premium EPSxX     
n.加付款;赠品;adj.高级的;售价高的
参考例句:
  • You have to pay a premium for express delivery.寄快递你得付额外费用。
  • Fresh water was at a premium after the reservoir was contaminated.在水库被污染之后,清水便因稀而贵了。
16 blot wtbzA     
vt.弄脏(用吸墨纸)吸干;n.污点,污渍
参考例句:
  • That new factory is a blot on the landscape.那新建的工厂破坏了此地的景色。
  • The crime he committed is a blot on his record.他犯的罪是他的履历中的一个污点。
17 fumes lsYz3Q     
n.(强烈而刺激的)气味,气体
参考例句:
  • The health of our children is being endangered by exhaust fumes. 我们孩子们的健康正受到排放出的废气的损害。
  • Exhaust fumes are bad for your health. 废气对健康有害。
18 esteemed ftyzcF     
adj.受人尊敬的v.尊敬( esteem的过去式和过去分词 );敬重;认为;以为
参考例句:
  • The art of conversation is highly esteemed in France. 在法国十分尊重谈话技巧。 来自《简明英汉词典》
  • He esteemed that he understood what I had said. 他认为已经听懂我说的意思了。 来自《简明英汉词典》
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