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决胜六级听力必备 mode18

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Section A
[00:02.90]1.M:You should never strike up a conversation with a man on the street.
[00:08.65]Don't you know how dangerous it is!
[00:12.49]W: I usually don't
[00:15.75]but I couldn't find the restaurant and he looked very respectable1.
[00:21.50]Q: Why was the man upset?
[00:24.95]2.W:I heard there was a scene at the dinner last night.
[00:30.41]M: You're right.
[00:33.15]Nobody at the table could put up with Dr.Lawrence.
[00:38.11]He proposed2 that life would be much better in this country
[00:42.87]if we had a segregation3 policy.
[00:46.92]Q: How did the other guests feel about Dr.Lawrence's suggestion?
[00:52.45]3. W: Don't talk to the boss today.
[00:56.89]He must have got out of bed on the wrong side.
[01:01.34]M: No, his arthrites is probably bothering him.
[01:06.87]It's awfully4 damp out.
[01:10.11]Q: What is wrong with the boss according to the man?
[01:14.55]4.Why don't you immigrate5 to Canada instead of coming here on short visits?
[01:21.21]I would like to but I couldn't live if I were cut off from my family and friends.
[01:27.75]Q: Where are the woman's family and friends?
[01:31.79]5. M: I need to send in an accident report.
[01:37.04]Tell me in you own words Mrs. Nanthy.
[01:41.59]W:Well,I was driving along Jefferson Street. Between 19th and 20th Street.
[01:48.43]I wasn't going fast at all.
[01:51.99]I saw a car backing out of the drive way.
[01:56.85]It was Mrs. Kathy who didn't stop at all.
[02:01.89]She backed right into me.
[02:05.83]Q: Where did the accident happen?
[02:09.49]6. W: If we hurry we can take the express train and save an hour.
[02:15.94]M: Yes.The express takes only two hours to get to Tokyo.
[02:21.79]Q: How long does it take the local train to Tokyo?
[02:27.33]7. M: Say Phi.
[02:31.09]How about donating $ 15 or $ 20 to the scholarship fund6?
[02:37.05]W: I wish I could. But $ 10 is all I can spare.
[02:42.48]Q: What did you learn about Phil and the scholarship fund?
[02:47.52]8.M:If you want to make friends in this town
[02:52.46]you ought to join the Theater Group.
[02:56.40]W: But my English isn't good enough to act in a play.
[03:01.16]Q:What does the woman mean?
[03:04.50]9.M:Professor Smith wil give a lecture in Room 105 this evening
[03:11.35]but I don't think all the students in our grade can go there.
[03:16.78]Because it can only hold 60 persons.
[03:21.14]W: Oh.Didn't you know?
[03:24.70]They've doubled the size of the room by pulling down a wall.
[03:29.95]Q: How many persons can the room hold now?
[03:34.39]10. W:How will you spend your summer vacation?
[03:39.25]M:At first I thought I'd go to Mount7 Lu for the vacation
[03:44.81]but after a careful thought
[03:48.15]I decided8 to stay at the school and find an odd9 job to earn some money.
[03:54.11]Q: What is the man going to do during the vacation?
[03:58.86]Section B    Passage One
[04:03.12]It was not yet eleven o'clock when a boat crossed the river with a single passenger
[04:09.36]who had promised to pay an extra far.
[04:14.12]While the youth stood on the landing10 place searching in his pockets for money
[04:19.66]the boatman got close to him and with the help of the moonlight
[04:25.20]took a careful look at the stranger---a young man of just 18 years
[04:31.75]obviously country bred,and now,as it seemer
[04:36.69]on his first visit to town.
[04:40.42]He was wearing a rough gray coat
[04:44.37]which was in good shap
[04:47.71]The clothes under his coat were well made of leathee
[04:52.65]and fitted tightly11 to a pair of fat legs
[04:57.22]his blue cotton stockings must have been the work of his mother or sister
[05:03.46]and on his head was a 3-cornered hat.
[05:08.01]In his left hand was a walking stick
[05:12.16]which hung on his strong shoulder
[05:16.03]with 2 leather bags on both ends of the stick.
[05:20.68]The youth,whose name was Robin12, paid the boatman
[05:25.93]and then walked forward into the town with light steps
[05:30.97]as if he had not already traveled more than 30 miles that day.
[05:37.42]As he walked alone he looked about his surroundings13
[05:43.09]as eagerly as if he were entering London or Madrid
[05:48.53]in stead of the little town.
[05:52.05]11. Why was the boarman willing to taken Robin across the river?
[05:58.58]12. What time of the year did the story most probably take place?
[06:05.04]13. At what time of the day did Robin cross the river?
[06:10.60]14. What do we know from the context14 about Robin?
[06:16.24]Passage Two
[06:19.79]In the year 2000,the world is going to have a population of about 8 billion.
[06:26.56]Most scientists agree that the most severe problem is food suppy.
[06:33.01]Who is going to feed all those people?
[06:37.45]Where is the food going to come from?
[06:42.10]Are you going to have enough food?
[06:46.36]Are we going to produce more artificial15 food?
[06:51.22]One way of improving the situation is for people to eat less meat.  Why?
[06:58.56]Because it takes four kilo of grain protein to produce half a kilo of meat protein.
[07:06.11]Clearly,there is not going to be sufficient16 meat protein for 8 billion people.
[07:13.35]Therefore,it will also be necessary to change eating habits
[07:19.01]because meat is the main part of many people's food today.
[07:24.55]A possible solution to this latter problem is the soybea
[07:30.90]The soybean plant produces beans which have a very high fat and protein content.
[07:38.45]Scientists can now make these look and taste like real mea
[07:44.80]They can also make many other artificial products such as soybean milk,
[07:51.64]for example,which has a taste of milk and can be used in cooking
[07:57.78]in very much the same ways as cow's milk.
[08:03.21]In fact,one woman in the United States fed her family only on soybeans for a year.
[08:10.97]She gave them soybean beef,soybean chicke,
[08:16.22]soybean milk,and sometimes just soybean.
[08:21.26]Possibly,we are all going to eat soybeans in the future
[08:27.30]and finally give up meat completely from our tables.
[08:32.37]15. What is the main subject of the passage?
[08:38.11]16.Why will meat completely disappear in the future according to the passage?
[08:45.35]17. What do we know about soybean meat?
[08:50.29]Passage Three
[08:53.34]If you want to stay young, sit down and have a good thing.
[08:59.40]This is the research finding17 of a team of Japanese doctors
[09:04.65]who say that most of our brains are not getting enough exercises
[09:10.61]---and as a result we are growing old unnecessarily soon.
[09:16.96]Professor Taiju Matsuzawa wanted to find out
[09:20.90]why quite healthy farmers
[09:25.55]in northern Japan appeared to be losing their ability to think
[09:30.80]and reason at a rather early age
[09:35.76]and how the speed of getting old could be slowed down.
[09:41.12]With a team of researchers at Tokyo National University
[09:46.97]he set about measuring brain volumes of a thousand people of different jobs.
[09:53.42]Computer technology helped the researchers to get most measurements18 of the volume
[10:00.08]of the front and side parts of brain
[10:04.73]which have something to do with intellect19 and feeling
[10:09.78]and decide the human characte
[10:14.03]As we all know, the back part of the brain
[10:18.48]which controls tasks like eating and breathing
[10:23.54]does not contract with age.
[10:27.70]Contraction of the front and side parts
[10:32.03]--as cells die off--was seen in some people in their thirties
[10:38.09]but it was still not found in some sixty and seventy-year olds.
[10:44.15]Matsuzawa concluded from his tests that there is a simple way
[10:49.90]to prevent the contraction--using the head


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1 respectable vWExb     
n.品格高尚的人;adj.值得尊重的,人格高尚的,不少的
参考例句:
  • She seems respectable enough.她看上去挺体面的。
  • His savings were just enough to pay for a respectable funeral.他的存款刚好够办一个体面的葬礼。
2 proposed dkDzql     
被提议的
参考例句:
  • There is widespread discontent among the staff at the proposed changes to pay and conditions. 员工对改变工资和工作环境的建议普遍不满。
  • an outcry over the proposed change 对拟议的改革所发出的强烈抗议
3 segregation SESys     
n.隔离,种族隔离
参考例句:
  • Many school boards found segregation a hot potato in the early 1960s.在60年代初,许多学校部门都觉得按水平分班是一个棘手的问题。
  • They were tired to death of segregation and of being kicked around.他们十分厌恶种族隔离和总是被人踢来踢去。
4 awfully MPkym     
adv.可怕地,非常地,极端地
参考例句:
  • Agriculture was awfully neglected in the past.过去农业遭到严重忽视。
  • I've been feeling awfully bad about it.对这我一直感到很难受。
5 immigrate haAxe     
v.(从外国)移来,移居入境
参考例句:
  • 10,000 people are expected to immigrate in the next two years.接下来的两年里预计有10,000人会移民至此。
  • Only few plants can immigrate to the island.只有很少的植物能够移植到这座岛上。
6 fund vhUx8     
n.基金,资金,存款,财源,贮藏;vt.提供资金,积累
参考例句:
  • They decided to set up a fund for this purpose.他们决定为此专立一项基金。
  • This fund may not be drawn on without permission.这笔钱非经批准不得动用。
7 mount 6Fixv     
n.山峰,乘用马,框,衬纸;vi.增长,骑上(马);vt.提升,爬上,装备
参考例句:
  • Their debts continued to mount up.他们的债务不断增加。
  • She is the first woman who steps on the top of Mount Jolmo Lungma.她是第一个登上珠穆朗玛峰的女人。
8 decided lvqzZd     
adj.决定了的,坚决的;明显的,明确的
参考例句:
  • This gave them a decided advantage over their opponents.这使他们比对手具有明显的优势。
  • There is a decided difference between British and Chinese way of greeting.英国人和中国人打招呼的方式有很明显的区别。
9 odd P5szQ     
adj.奇特的;临时的;奇数的;n.[pl.]机会
参考例句:
  • She looks a bit odd.I wonder what has happened to her.她的神色有些异样,不知出了什么事。
  • He's an odd character and no mistake!他的确是个怪人!
10 landing wpwz3N     
n.登陆;着陆;楼梯平台
参考例句:
  • Owing to engine trouble,the plane had to make a forced landing.由于发动机出了毛病,飞机不得不进行迫降。
  • When are we landing?我们什么时候着陆?
11 tightly ZgbzD7     
adv.紧紧地,坚固地,牢固地
参考例句:
  • My child holds onto my hand tightly while we cross the street.横穿马路时,孩子紧拉着我的手不放。
  • The crowd pressed together so tightly that we could hardly breathe.人群挤在一起,我们几乎喘不过气来。
12 robin Oj7zme     
n.知更鸟,红襟鸟
参考例句:
  • The robin is the messenger of spring.知更鸟是报春的使者。
  • We knew spring was coming as we had seen a robin.我们看见了一只知更鸟,知道春天要到了。
13 surroundings qrwwa     
n.周围的事物(或情况),环境
参考例句:
  • She is not very well tuned into her surroundings. 她不太适应周围的环境。
  • The rich man lives in luxurious surroundings.这位富人生活在奢侈的环境中。
14 context DZnyc     
n.背景,环境,上下文,语境
参考例句:
  • You can always tell the meaning of a word from its context.你常可以从上下文中猜出词义来。
  • This sentence does not seem to connect with the context.这个句子似乎与上下文脱节。
15 artificial iNuz6     
adj.人工的,人造的,人为的;做作的,假装的
参考例句:
  • 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。
16 sufficient Zsyw6     
adj.enough充足的,充分的
参考例句:
  • His income is sufficient for his needs.他的收入能满足他的需要。
  • Have you had sufficient?你吃饱了没有?
17 finding 5tAzVe     
n.发现,发现物;调查的结果
参考例句:
  • The finding makes some sense.该发现具有一定的意义。
  • That's an encouraging finding.这是一个鼓舞人心的发现。
18 measurements c37be74d84f98bd288693a6bbee7a334     
n.量度( measurement的名词复数 );测量;衡量;(量得的)尺寸
参考例句:
  • The second group of measurements had a high correlation with the first. 第二组测量数据与第一组高度相关。 来自《简明英汉词典》
  • In the metric system, measurements are made in metres and liters. 在公制中,用米和升作计量单位。 来自《简明英汉词典》
19 intellect c5Hxi     
n.理智,才智,有才智的人,知识分子
参考例句:
  • Newton is a man of great intellect.牛顿有非凡的才智。
  • It is not often that one so young has such a giant intellect.年纪这样轻、智力又如此高的人可不多。
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