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决胜四级听力必备 unit6

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1. M: Are you ready to order now?
[00:02.59]W: Yes,I'll have roast beef,French fried1 potatoes and green beans.
[00:08.15]Q: Whom is the man talking to?
[00:12.25]2. M: Well,if I had begun studying English earlier.
[00:16.61]I wouldn't be having so much trouble with my pronunciation.
[00:20.85]W: Oh, I can understand why you feel that way.
[00:24.89]Q: What problem does the man have?
[00:29.44]3. M: I can't make up my mind about taking the English exam in this summer.
[00:35.16]W: I would be inclined2 to take it if I were you.
[00:38.11]Any qualification is useful these days.
[00:41.25]Q: What's the woman's opinion about the exam?
[00:46.00]4: W: Can I depend on you to pick up the soda3 for the party tonight?
[00:51.30]M: Sure.I promise I'll pick it up.
[00:54.39]Q: What did the woman ask the man to do?
[00:57.81]5. M: Louise,do you mind turning off the over-head light.
[01:02.85]I've got a big day tomorrow and I really need to get some sleep.
[01:07.24]W: Sorry. I'll turn it off in a second.
[01:10.24]Q: Why did the woman say "sorry"?
[01:14.87]6. M: I thought we might go to the new movie at the Playhouse Theater.
[01:19.60]W: Fantastic! I read a good review of it and I'd love to go!
[01:25.05]Q: What are they going to do?
[01:29.44]7. M: Well, it might do you good to quit smoking or at least cut down on it.
[01:35.48]W: A lot of people have told me the same thing
[01:38.06]but somehow I just can't force myself to do it.
[01:42.14]Q: What does the woman think of the man's suggestion?
[01:47.39]8. W: Could I possibly ask you to help me get this refrigerator up the steps?
[01:53.21]M: I'd like to, but I'm afraid I can't.
[01:56.19]Q: What can you conclude from the conversation?
[02:00.16]9. M: Which model of the washing machine are you interested in purchasing?
[02:05.41]W: I'm not sure. I might buy the cheap one.
[02:08.73]On the other hand,perhaps I'll buy the deluxe4 version5.
[02:12.52]Q: What is the woman doing?
[02:15.78]10. M: Ah,now this is better.
[02:19.36]This is how a tomato soup should taste.
[02:22.60]W: Oh,yes.It's really delicious!
[02:25.58]A bit better than the one we had last week.
[02:29.00]Q: What are they doing?
[02:31.48]Passage One
[02:33.23]Americans eat breakfast and lunch quickly unless it is a social
[02:37.94]business or family occasion6.
[02:40.42]The evening meal is usually longer and a time for family to gather together.
[02:46.27]Rushing through daytime meals is part of the fast pace in America.
[02:51.00]Another reason for rushing through daytime meals is that many people eat in restaurant
[02:56.67]that are usually crowded with people waiting for a place so that
[03:01.21]they too can be served and return to work at the proper time.
[03:06.46]So each one hurries to make room for the next person.
[03:10.85]As with busy people everywhere
[03:13.25]there is a real difference with meals
[03:15.71]that are eaten in a hurry and those that can be enjoyed slowly with friends.
[03:22.79]11. What time would be the least busy time to eat in a restaurant?
[03:28.56]12. What is a reason or how many reasons are there for Americans to rush through their daytime meals?
[03:37.97]13. On which occasion do Americans eat breakfast and lunch quickly?
[03:43.90]Passage Two
[03:45.38]In many countries today,laws protect wildlife.
[03:49.25]In India the need for such protection was realized centuries ago.
[03:53.90]About 300 B.C. an Indian writer described forests that were somewhat7 like national parks today.
[04:01.89]The killing8 of game beasts was carefully supervise10.
[04:05.24]Some animals were fully9 protected.
[04:07.95]Within the forest,nobody was allowed to cut timber11
[04:11.87]burn wood for charcoal,or trap animals for their furs.
[04:16.94]Animals that became dangerous to human visitors were trapped or killed outside the park.
[04:22.71]So that other animals would not become uneasy12.
[04:26.95]The need  for wildlife protection is greater now than everbefore.
[04:31.65]About a thousand species13 of animals are in danger of extinction14
[04:35.64]and the rate at which they are being destroyed has increased.
[04:39.25]Within mammals,for instance15
[04:41.13]the rate of extinction is now about one species every year.
[04:45.65]From A.D. 1 to 1800,the rate was about one species every fifty years.
[04:52.83]Everywhere,men are trying to solve the problem of preserving wildlife
[04:57.38]while caring for the would's growing population.
[05:00.33]14. What time does the example of man's concern with wildlife protection date back to?
[05:09.34]15. What was the thing about hunting like in forests of long ago?
[05:14.96]16. What was the rule of cutting timber in forests of long ago?
[05:21.54]17. Which of the following is implied16 but not stated in the passage?
[05:26.97]Passage Three
[05:29.04]The last part of this century will be an age of exploration
[05:33.51]such as man has never know.
[05:36.30]There are eight planets,at least thirty moons
[05:40.04]and thousands of asteroids17 to be explored.
[05:43.56]Their total area is about 250 times that of the earth.
[05:49.57]Spaceships will not be able to land on some of the
[05:53.52]but that still leaves to be explored
[05:55.74]and area ten times as great as the continents of the earth.
[06:01.04]Exploring space may seem terrifying to some people.
[06:05.61]No doubt explorers of the past were terrified by the great empty oceans that lay before them.
[06:12.90]They conquered18 their fears crossed the oceans,and built the New World.
[06:18.20]In the past when explorers set sail into the unknown
[06:22.48]they had to say good-bye to all they knew at home.
[06:26.25]Space explorers will not face such great loneliness.
[06:30.77]Ever when they  travel far beyond the sun
[06:33.53]they will be able to send messages back.
[06:36.56]18. When will be an age of exploration?
[06:40.95]19. How did the explorers of the past feel when the great empty oceans lay before them?
[06:48.95]20. What is this passage about


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1 fried osfz81     
adj.油煎的;油炒的
参考例句:
  • I ate everything fried.所有油炸的我都吃。
  • I prefer fried peanuts.我选择炸花生。
2 inclined ZqRzaZ     
a.有…倾向的
参考例句:
  • She was inclined to trust him. 她愿意相信他。
  • He inclined towards the speaker to hear more clearly. 他把身体倾向发言人,以便听得更清楚些。
3 soda cr3ye     
n.苏打水;汽水
参考例句:
  • She doesn't enjoy drinking chocolate soda.她不喜欢喝巧克力汽水。
  • I will freshen your drink with more soda and ice cubes.我给你的饮料重加一些苏打水和冰块。
4 deluxe Auzzuf     
adj.华美的,豪华的,高级的
参考例句:
  • This system puts the top hotels in a special deluxe category.这种分类法把最高级的旅馆列为特殊豪华级。
  • I liked the deluxe edition,but I could afford only a second best.我喜欢精装版,但我只买得起一本稍差一点的。
5 version FiJwT     
n.版本;型号;叙述,说法
参考例句:
  • His version of the events is pure supposition.他对这件事的说法纯属猜测。
  • What is your version of this matter?你对这件事情的看法 怎么样?
6 occasion DIAxo     
n.场合,时机,机会,诱因,理由;vt.惹起,引起
参考例句:
  • Her dress was too showy for such a formal occasion.在如此正式的场合,她的服装过分华丽了。
  • Her tears were fought back on such an occasion.在这种场合下她忍住了眼泪。
7 somewhat Pwtw1     
pron.一些,某物;adv.多少,几分
参考例句:
  • The cake we made was somewhat of a failure.我们做的蛋糕不大成功。
  • The two office buildings are somewhat alike in appearance.这两座办公楼在外形上有点相似。
8 killing kpBziQ     
n.巨额利润;突然赚大钱,发大财
参考例句:
  • Investors are set to make a killing from the sell-off.投资者准备清仓以便大赚一笔。
  • Last week my brother made a killing on Wall Street.上个周我兄弟在华尔街赚了一大笔。
9 fully Gfuzd     
adv.完全地,全部地,彻底地;充分地
参考例句:
  • The doctor asked me to breathe in,then to breathe out fully.医生让我先吸气,然后全部呼出。
  • They soon became fully integrated into the local community.他们很快就完全融入了当地人的圈子。
10 supervise FrAww     
v.监督,管理,指导
参考例句:
  • We must supervise and speed up the fulfilment of assigned tasks.已经布置了的工作,应当认真督促检查。
  • Tomorrow he will supervise all the pupils taking the English examination.明天全体学生考英语,他将担任监考。
11 timber NJMzx     
n.木材,原木,大木料,栋木
参考例句:
  • These trees need more time to grow into useful timber.这些树不够年头,还没成材呢。
  • The timber is graded according to its thickness.木材按厚度分级。
12 uneasy 8kDwf     
adj.心神不安的,担心的,令人不安的
参考例句:
  • He feels uneasy today.他今天心里感到不安。
  • She had an uneasy feeling that they were still following her.她有一种他们仍在跟踪她的不安感觉。
13 species FTizN     
n.物种,种群
参考例句:
  • Are we the only thinking species in the whole of creation?我们是万物中惟一有思想的物种吗?
  • This species of bird now exists only in Africa.这种鸟现在只存在于非洲。
14 extinction sPwzP     
n.熄灭,消亡,消灭,灭绝,绝种
参考例句:
  • The plant is now in danger of extinction.这种植物现在有绝种的危险。
  • The island's way of life is doomed to extinction.这个岛上的生活方式注定要消失。
15 instance 66oxM     
n.例,例证,实例
参考例句:
  • Can you quote me a recent instance?你能给我举一个最近的例子吗?
  • He's a greedy boy,yesterday,for instance,he ate all our biscuits!他是个贪吃的孩子――比如,他昨天把我们的饼干都吃了!
16 implied jqSzcn     
adj.暗含的,暗示的
参考例句:
  • The implied reservation doctrine has deep historical roots.所指的保留地原则有着很深的历史渊源。
17 asteroids d02ebba086eb60b6155b94e12649ff84     
n.小行星( asteroid的名词复数 );海盘车,海星
参考例句:
  • Asteroids,also known as "minor planets",are numerous in the outer space. 小行星,亦称为“小型行星”,在外太空中不计其数。
  • Most stars probably have their quota of planets, meteorids, comets, and asteroids. 多数恒星也许还拥有若干行星、流星、彗星和小行星。
18 conquered 4c84e133276faec20926742bc0c4074b     
攻克( conquer的过去式和过去分词 ); 征服; 破除; 克服
参考例句:
  • The Normans conquered England in 1066. 诺曼人于1066年征服了英格兰。
  • The mines were manned by forced labour from conquered countries. 这些矿由来自被征服国家的强制劳工开采。
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