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决胜六级听力必备 mode10

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Section A
[00:00.99]1. M: Let's talk about preparations for the dance.
[00:04.70]W: We really need to plan better this time.
[00:07.21]Remember what a mess it was at the last dance.
[00:10.76]Q: What do we know about the last dance?
[00:13.06]2. M:Mara,where were you yesterday evening.
[00:16.48]I expected to see you at the party.
[00:18.99]W: Oh,I waited for you at the corner of your street.
[00:22.02]Then I looked for you at your home.
[00:24.08]But your grandmother said you were out.
[00:26.80]Q: Why didn't they meet that evening?
[00:29.07]3. M:I was in the classroom building at 1:00.How did I miss you?
[00:33.93]W: I got there at a quarter to 12:00 and waited a while.
[00:38.35]But I guess I left before you got there.
[00:41.06]Q: When did the man probably leave the classroom building?
[00:44.38]4.I can't find the arrival time for the Beijing to Shanghai trains on this schedule.
[00:50.68]M: Look for Beijing in the left hand column1
[00:53.52]and follow it across until you find the hour listed in the Shanghai column.
[00:58.12]Q: What's the woman looking at?
[01:00.13]5. W:Johnny,I'd like you to meet my sister,Susan,she is also a chemist.
[01:05.83]M: It's nice to meet you,Susan.
[01:07.84]I believe we even work for the same drug company
[01:11.08]although in different departments.
[01:13.38]Q: What do Johnny and Susan have in common?
[01:15.89]6. W: How Tom got the post when so many others
[01:19.33]applied is something I just don't understand.
[01:22.34]M: It must have been beginner's luck.
[01:24.56]Q: Why is the woman puzzled?
[01:26.31]7.Professor Strong helps me so much that I'm thinking of presenting him a book of poetry.
[01:31.66]M: I think you'd better get him a recorder
[01:34.25]just because he's an English teacher doesn't mean all he does is to read.
[01:38.82]Q: What does the man mean?
[01:40.55]8. M: The bakery is short handed so we'll have to wait in line.
[01:44.83]W: I know they asked me to work today.
[01:47.36]Q: Why is there a line?
[01:48.88]9. W: How far do you live from the Columbia University,Mr.Johnson?
[01:53.42]M:It takes about 3 quarters of an hour to drive from my house to the University.
[01:58.47]But during rush hours,it will take 15 minutes more.
[02:02.85]Q: How much time does it take
[02:04.55]if Mr.Johnson drives from the University to his home during the rush hour?
[02:09.93]10. W: If I buy some chicks for the house,
[02:13.46]would you feed them for  me while I am away?
[02:16.28]M:Sure,I will if you will feed mine while I am on vacation.
[02:21.06]Q:What would the man do for the woman?
[02:23.05]Section B
[02:24.59]Passage One
[02:26.10]"Sesame Street" has been called "the longest street in the world.
[02:29.86]That is because the TV program by that name can be seen in so many parts of the world.
[02:35.74]The progarm started in New York in 1969.
[02:39.29]In the United States
[02:40.76]more than six million children watch the program regularly.
[02:44.34]Parents praise it highly2.
[02:46.45]Many teachers consider it a great help.
[02:49.14]Tests have shown that children from different backgrounds have benefited from watching "Sesame Street".
[02:54.86]Those wo watch it five times a week learn more than the occasional3 viewers.
[03:00.22]In the United States the program is shown at different hours during the week in order to increase the number of children who can watch it regularly.
[03:07.53]In its American form
[03:09.28]"Sesame Street" is shown in nearly fifty countries.
[03:12.76]Three foreign shows based on "Sesame Street" have also appeared.
[03:16.81]In Spanish, Portuguese,and German.
[03:19.76]The program uses songs, stories
[03:22.06]jokes and pictures to give children a basic understanding of numbers
[03:26.47]letters and human relations.
[03:29.03]Why has "Sesame Street" been so much more successful than the other children's shoes.
[03:34.39]Many reasons have been suggested
[03:36.40]the educational theories of its creators
[03:39.40]the skillful4 use of a variety of TV tricks
[03:42.67]the famous stars on "Sesame street",etc.
[03:45.67]But the best reason for its success may be that it makes every child watching it feel able to learn
[03:51.73]the child finds himself learning5, and he wants to learn more.
[03:55.55]11. What is "Sesame Street" according to the passage?
[03:59.80]12. What do we learn from the tests?
[04:02.89]13. What's the best reason for the success of the show?
[04:06.86]Passage Two
[04:08.35]Nearly 400 years ago a young man traveled up to London.
[04:12.50]The young man had come on foot from Strad ford-on-Avon,a small town on the Avon.
[04:18.66]He was poor,but he had confidence in his future
[04:22.14]the future of a great actor.
[04:24.15]His name was William Shakespeare.
[04:26.14]He had not been in London very long before he noticed that
[04:29.43]play-goers all went to the theatre on horseback
[04:32.69]"Here is an opportunity!" he thought
[04:34.70]"There must be someone to take care of the horses when people are watching a play
[04:39.69]So he began to do the job and he did it so well that people all liked him very much.
[04:45.20]Soon the actors found the young man a very promising6 actor
[04:49.20]and he was given an opportunity to play a part on the stage.
[04:52.75]From that time on, his name became known.
[04:55.60]But he was not contented7 with the life of an actor.
[04:58.87]He took great interest in play-writing,
[05:01.35]The plays he wrote, popular in England of his own time and up to the present day
[05:06.63]have shown him to be one of the greatest writers the world has ever produced.
[05:11.88]He is among those who are loved by the people in all time and in all lands.
[05:18.09]14.Why did William Shakespeare go to London when he was young?
[05:22.95]15.How did the play-goers go to theatre?
[05:26.64]16.When did his name become known?
[05:29.64]Passage Three
[05:31.10]Why don't birds get lost on their long migratory8 flights
[05:34.86]Scientists have puzzled over this question for many years.
[05:38.36]Now they're beginning to fill in the blanks.
[05:41.47]Not long ago
[05:42.52]experiments showed that birds rely on the sun to guide them during daylight hours.
[05:47.92]But what about birds that fly mainly by night.
[05:51.01]Tests with artificial9 stars have proved conclusively10 that certain night-flying.
[05:56.31]birds are able to follow the stars in their long-distance flights.
[06:00.39]One such bird--a warbler--had spent its lifetime in a cage and had never flown under a natural sky.
[06:07.12]Yet it showed an inborn11 ability to use the stars for guidance.
[06:11.46]The bird's cage was placed under and artificial star-filled sky at migration12 time
[06:16.97]the bird tried to fly in the same direction as that taken by his outdoor cousins
[06:21.73]Any change in the position of the make-believe stars caused a change in the direction of his flight.
[06:26.98]Scientists think that warblers
[06:28.96]when flying in daylight, use the sun for guidance.
[06:31.99]But the stars are apparently13 their principal14 means of navigation15.
[06:36.02]What do they do when the stars are hidden by clouds.
[06:39.07]Apparently, they find their way by such landmarks16 as mountain ranges,
[06:43.38]coast lines, and river courses.
[06:45.89]But when it's too dark to see these
[06:47.85]the warblers circle help-lessly, unable to get their bearings17.
[06:51.43]17. What do we learn form the experiment with the warbler?
[06:55.76]18. How do warblers migrate18 according to the passage?
[06:59.84]19. How do warblers find their way when the stars are hidden by clouds?
[07:04.67]20. How do warblers find their way in total darkness


1 column lWPyR     
  • I often read his column in the local paper.我经常在当地的报纸上看到他的专栏文章。
  • A column of soldiers marched down the highway.一个士兵纵队沿着公路行进。
2 highly XdFxR     
  • It is highly important to provide for the future.预先做好准备非常重要。
  • The teacher speaks very highly of the boy's behaviour.老师称赞这个男孩的表现。
3 occasional rIwxn     
  • That sort of thing is quite occasional and not regular.那种事十分偶然,没有规律。
  • We must figure in occasional expenses in the budget.我们必须在预算中把临时费用算计在内。
4 skillful Vxiwk     
  • Soon they became very skillful in answering such questions.很快他们就会很熟练地回答这种问题了。
  • It was very skillful of you to repair my bicycle.你修好了我的自行车,技术真好。
5 learning wpSzFe     
  • When you are learning to ride a bicycle,you often fall off.初学骑自行车时,常会从车上掉下来。
  • Learning languages isn't just a matter of remembering words.学习语言不仅仅是记些单词的事。
6 promising BkQzsk     
  • The results of the experiments are very promising.实验的结果充满了希望。
  • We're trying to bring along one or two promising young swimmers.我们正设法培养出一两名有前途的年轻游泳选手。
7 contented Gvxzof     
  • He won't be contented until he's upset everyone in the office.不把办公室里的每个人弄得心烦意乱他就不会满足。
  • The people are making a good living and are contented,each in his station.人民安居乐业。
8 migratory jwQyB     
  • Many migratory birds visit this lake annually.许多候鸟每年到这个湖上作短期逗留。
  • This does not negate the idea of migratory aptitude.这并没有否定迁移能力这一概念。
9 artificial iNuz6     
  • The new dam will form a large artificial lake behind it.新筑的水坝将会在后面形成一个人工湖。
  • We don't use any artificial flavourings in our products.我们的产品不使用任何人工调味剂。
10 conclusively NvVzwY     
  • All this proves conclusively that she couldn't have known the truth. 这一切无可置疑地证明她不可能知道真相。 来自《简明英汉词典》
  • From the facts,he was able to determine conclusively that the death was not a suicide. 根据这些事实他断定这起死亡事件并非自杀。 来自《简明英汉词典》
11 inborn R4wyc     
  • He is a man with an inborn love of joke.他是一个生来就喜欢开玩笑的人。
  • He had an inborn talent for languages.他有语言天分。
12 migration mDpxj     
  • Swallows begin their migration south in autumn.燕子在秋季开始向南方迁移。
  • He described the vernal migration of birds in detail.他详细地描述了鸟的春季移居。
13 apparently tMmyQ     
  • An apparently blind alley leads suddenly into an open space.山穷水尽,豁然开朗。
  • He was apparently much surprised at the news.他对那个消息显然感到十分惊异。
14 principal pQdx2     
  • When he saw the principal,he raised his hand in salutation.他看到校长时举手敬礼。
  • Their school gave a reception to their new principal.他们学校为新校长举办了一个招待会。
15 navigation ZG5xu     
  • The compass is an instrument of navigation.罗盘是导航仪器。
  • Navigation is difficult on this river because of hidden rocks.由于多暗礁,在这条河上航行很困难。
16 landmarks 746a744ae0fc201cc2f97ab777d21b8c     
n.陆标( landmark的名词复数 );目标;(标志重要阶段的)里程碑 ~ (in sth);有历史意义的建筑物(或遗址)
  • The book stands out as one of the notable landmarks in the progress of modern science. 这部著作是现代科学发展史上著名的里程碑之一。 来自《现代汉英综合大词典》
  • The baby was one of the big landmarks in our relationship. 孩子的出世是我们俩关系中的一个重要转折点。 来自辞典例句
17 bearings 6fc2bdbafc4589d65f9b49dfc00e88fb     
举止( bearing的名词复数 ); 风度; 方向; 轴承
  • To keep your bearings in a desert sandstorm is impossible. 在沙漠的尘暴中要想保持方位感是不可能的。
  • With the aid of a compass the traveler can find his bearings. 藉助罗盘,旅行者可以找到自己所处的方位。
18 migrate MDvxk     
  • Many birds migrate south for the winter.冬天时,许多鸟类迁徙南方。
  • The rich people often migrate in winter to Florida.有钱的人常在冬季搬迁到佛罗里达州去。
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