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决胜六级听力必备 mode16

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Section A
[00:02.90]1. M: We've got 34 on the list so far
[00:08.75]but I'm sure it'll be up in the forties before we finish.
[00:13.90]W: Well,in that case a sit-down dinner is out of the question.
[00:19.15]It'll have to be a buffet1.
[00:22.80]Q: Which of the following is not true?
[00:26.75]2. M: My God,this place is enormous.
[00:31.79]What luxury! But even if it does cost an arm and a leg.
[00:37.54]I'm grateful to be here.
[00:40.99]W: Look hone.I'm dead tired.
[00:44.93]Let's get a good night's sleep and we'll have a look around in the morning.
[00:50.49]Q: Which of the following is not true?
[00:54.83]3. M: Wow.I slept like a log.
[01:00.08]For one,I really feel rested and rearing to go.
[01:05.23]W: Hold it a second.
[01:08.36]How about treating ourselves to breakfast in bed for a change.
[01:14.14]Q: What can we learn from this dialogue?
[01:18.18]4. M: Excuse me.
[01:21.74]Could you recommend something for a bad cold?
[01:26.67]W: That depends.
[01:29.63]Is it just a simple head cold?
[01:33.39]Q: Where does this dialogue take place?
[01:37.44]5. M: US $ 30 is really not acceptable.
[01:43.29]You surely appreciate the efforts we've made in pushing the sale of your product.
[01:49.35]W: Well,as a sign of our support to your efforts
[01:54.00]we'll make a special reduction of US $ 0.50 per doze2
[01:59.95]We can't take less.
[02:03.30]Q: What are they talking about?
[02:06.64]6. W: Everybody's talking about the Marathon.
[02:11.68]I suppose you're going to run again this year,Lila?
[02:16.54]M: You bet I am...I've been practising for months.
[02:22.29]You know I run 10 miles in Central Park every day
[02:27.33]either before or after work?
[02:31.09]Q: What do you know about the man?
[02:34.85]7. M: If you take the fancy mode
[02:39.61]we'll throw in the first tank of gas free.
[02:44.15]W: You've talked us into it.Where do I sign?
[02:48.59]Q: What does "it" refer to?
[02:52.36]8. M: What is the check-out time?
[02:56.72]W: You can check out any time before twelve noon.
[03:01.55]Here is you key.It's Room 719.
[03:06.51]The bellman will take your bags up for you.
[03:10.77]Q: What is the man doing?
[03:14.01]Who will take the man's bag up?
[03:18.27]9.M:I was told that you got a cable subscription3 last year.How is it?
[03:25.43]W: Great! I can hardly believe it.
[03:29.76]I've got 3 channels with nothing but sports
[03:34.60]One channel gives regulars Stock Market reports
[03:39.45]and there's one with 24 hour news and weather.
[03:44.50]Plus there're two channels that show nothing but old movies.
[03:50.45]Q: What are they talking about?
[03:53.72]10. W: Can you tell me where to get off?
[03:58.55]M: It's the next stop and one.
[04:02.18]Q: What does the man mean?
[04:05.45]Section B   Passage One
[04:09.78]One of the most successful singers of the twentieth century.
[04:15.11]Ella Fitzgerald has made several different styles of her own.
[04:20.88]She was born in Virginia
[04:24.93]but was brought up in an orphanage4 in Yonkers,New York.
[04:29.98]Chick Webb spotted5 her in an amateur competition when she was sixteen.
[04:36.32]He engaged her to sing with his bane
[04:40.48]and when he died in 1939, she took over.
[04:45.83]Unlike bessie Smith, Ella Fitzgerald taught herself
[04:51.19]the sentimental6 music so popular in the 1930's--songs like
[04:57.74]"My Heart Belong to Daddy"--and her recordings7 became best-seller
[05:04.30]During the 1940's she developed her own shouting singing
[05:10.05]--a breathless nonsense-syllable style
[05:14.91]--for songs like "Flying Home" and "Lady Be Good".
[05:20.44]Ella fitzgerald was the perfect musical partner for her friend
[05:26.40]the trumpeter Louis Armstrong matching him in warmth and artistry.
[05:32.85]"I just like music," She has said,"To me,it's a story."
[05:39.51]There's only one thing better than singing...it's more singing."
[05:45.36]11. Who was the first to discover Ella Fitzgerald's talent?
[05:51.61]12. According to the passage, what was Bessie Smith?
[05:57.36]13.What does the passage imply about Ella Fitzgerald and Louis Armstrong?
[06:04.59]Passage Two
[06:07.65]How men first learned to invent words is unknown
[06:12.61]in other words,the origin of language is a mystery
[06:17.65]All we really know is that men
[06:21.91]unlike animals,somehow invented certain sounds to express thoughts and feeling
[06:28.75]actions and things so that they could communicate with each other
[06:34.50]and that later they agreed upon certain sign called letters,
[06:40.17]which could be combined to represent those sounds
[06:45.00]and which could be written down
[06:48.53]Those sounds,whether spoken or written in letters,we call words.
[06:54.38]The power of words, then, lies in their associations--
[06:59.63]the things they bring up before our minds.
[07:04.07]Words become filled with meaning for us by experience
[07:09.53]and the longer we live
[07:12.88]the more certain words recall to us the glad and sad events of our past
[07:19.12]and the more we read and learn
[07:22.75]the more the number of words that mean something to us increases.
[07:28.71]Great writers are those who not only have great thoughts
[07:33.77]but also express these thoughts in words
[07:38.53]which appeal powerfully to our minds and emotion
[07:43.46]This charming and telling use of words in what we call literary style.
[07:50.31]Above all,the real poet is a master of word
[07:55.64]He can convey his meaning in words which sing like music
[08:01.59]and which by their position and association can move men to tear
[08:09.56]We should,therefore,
[08:12.80]learn to choose our words carefully and use them accurately8
[08:18.36]or they will make our speech silly and tasteless.
[08:23.61]14. What was one of the reasons
[08:28.16]why men invented certain sounds to express thoughts and actions?
[08:34.22]15. What can we learn about the real power of words?
[08:40.86]16. Which of the following is true?
[08:45.40]Passage Three
[08:48.46]We can agree with primitive9 man that food is a basic need
[08:54.20]but we differ from him in our food wants
[08:58.54]because of the wide variety of food we have available compared with him
[09:05.07]we have a wider choice.
[09:08.44]Take fruit,for example,not only can we enjoy the fruits grown in his country
[09:15.39]but because of modern methods of transport and food preservation10
[09:21.03]we can also enjoy the more fruits
[09:25.39]from foreign countries thousands of miles away.
[09:30.25]Whereas primitive man
[09:33.49]is limited in his choice to the kinds of fruit which actually grow where he lives
[09:40.26]However they differ in satisfying their hunger
[09:46.11]primitive and civilized11 men both experience the basic need for food.
[09:52.04]The same is true of the second of our human need.
[09:56.58]Clothing is necessary to regulate the heat of our bodies.
[10:01.63]Since we live in a temperate12 climate
[10:05.88]we need more clothes than people living in tropic condition
[10:11.53]Likewise,our clothing needs to change with seasons.
[10:17.20]Shelter,the third of our needs,depends upon the climate
[10:22.34]the skill of the builder,one's social position and the materials available.
[10:29.39]The simple shelter of primitive man would not do for us


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1 buffet 8sXzg     
n.自助餐;饮食柜台;餐台
参考例句:
  • Are you having a sit-down meal or a buffet at the wedding?你想在婚礼中摆桌宴还是搞自助餐?
  • Could you tell me what specialties you have for the buffet?你能告诉我你们的自助餐有什么特色菜吗?
2 doze IsoxV     
v.打瞌睡;n.打盹,假寐
参考例句:
  • He likes to have a doze after lunch.他喜欢午饭后打个盹。
  • While the adults doze,the young play.大人们在打瞌睡,而孩子们在玩耍。
3 subscription qH8zt     
n.预订,预订费,亲笔签名,调配法,下标(处方)
参考例句:
  • We paid a subscription of 5 pounds yearly.我们按年度缴纳5英镑的订阅费。
  • Subscription selling bloomed splendidly.订阅销售量激增。
4 orphanage jJwxf     
n.孤儿院
参考例句:
  • They dispensed new clothes to the children in the orphanage.他们把新衣服发给孤儿院的小孩们。
  • They gave the proceeds of the sale to the orphanage.他们把销售的收入给了这家孤儿院。
5 spotted 7FEyj     
adj.有斑点的,斑纹的,弄污了的
参考例句:
  • The milkman selected the spotted cows,from among a herd of two hundred.牛奶商从一群200头牛中选出有斑点的牛。
  • Sam's shop stocks short spotted socks.山姆的商店屯积了有斑点的短袜。
6 sentimental dDuzS     
adj.多愁善感的,感伤的
参考例句:
  • She's a sentimental woman who believes marriage comes by destiny.她是多愁善感的人,她相信姻缘命中注定。
  • We were deeply touched by the sentimental movie.我们深深被那感伤的电影所感动。
7 recordings 22f9946cd05973582e73e4e3c0239bb7     
n.记录( recording的名词复数 );录音;录像;唱片
参考例句:
  • a boxed set of original recordings 一套盒装原声录音带
  • old jazz recordings reissued on CD 以激光唱片重新发行的老爵士乐
8 accurately oJHyf     
adv.准确地,精确地
参考例句:
  • It is hard to hit the ball accurately.准确地击中球很难。
  • Now scientists can forecast the weather accurately.现在科学家们能准确地预报天气。
9 primitive vSwz0     
adj.原始的;简单的;n.原(始)人,原始事物
参考例句:
  • It is a primitive instinct to flee a place of danger.逃离危险的地方是一种原始本能。
  • His book describes the march of the civilization of a primitive society.他的著作描述了一个原始社会的开化过程。
10 preservation glnzYU     
n.保护,维护,保存,保留,保持
参考例句:
  • The police are responsible for the preservation of law and order.警察负责维持法律与秩序。
  • The picture is in an excellent state of preservation.这幅画保存得极为完好。
11 civilized UwRzDg     
a.有教养的,文雅的
参考例句:
  • Racism is abhorrent to a civilized society. 文明社会憎恶种族主义。
  • rising crime in our so-called civilized societies 在我们所谓文明社会中日益增多的犯罪行为
12 temperate tIhzd     
adj.温和的,温带的,自我克制的,不过分的
参考例句:
  • Asia extends across the frigid,temperate and tropical zones.亚洲地跨寒、温、热三带。
  • Great Britain has a temperate climate.英国气候温和。
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