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决胜四级听力必备 unit10

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Unit10  Section  A
[00:04.78]1. M:My shoes are smaller than my brother's.
[00:09.85]W: Really? But he seemed smaller than you.
[00:14.29]Q: How do the man's shoes compare with his brother's?
[00:20.56]2. W: The guests are leaving for New York on the eight o'clock flight.
[00:27.09]Would you please drive them to the airport?
[00:31.32]M: I'd be happy to, but now my car is under repair.
[00:37.17]Q: How are the guests going to New York?
[00:42.92]3. W: How did your interview go?
[00:47.65]M: I couldn't feel better about it.
[00:51.28]The questions were moderate1
[00:54.94]and I seemed to give proper answer for all of them.
[01:00.50]Q: How did the man feel about the interview?
[01:06.95]4. W: Oh,it's too late to get on a bus.
[01:12.31]M: Why don't we take a taxi?
[01:15.76]Q: How will they probably go home?
[01:21.50]5. M: I don't think having big parties is a mistake.
[01:27.14]I like big parties.
[01:30.31]I think we should pay back our friends who have invited us to their parties.
[01:36.37]W: But big parties are so impersonal2.
[01:40.52]I think we should have several small ones instead.
[01:45.46]Q: How does the woman feel about parties?
[01:51.31]6. M: Ah, lucky chat.
[01:55.57]How did they get to know each other?
[01:59.01]W: From what I've heard,the groom3 and the bride met at a part.
[02:04.58]It is said that they have been falling in love with each other since that very moment.
[02:10.82]Q: How did they love each other?
[02:16.39]7. M: Americans don't think twice about using garbage for land fill?
[02:23.02]W: Yes.I've heard that part of Manhattan is built on garbage.
[02:28.77]In my country,it would be impossible to even talk about this!
[02:34.62]Q: How do Americans feel about using garbage for land fill?
[02:41.36]8. W: Did Helen tell you about the fight she and her husband had last night?
[02:48.12]M:Yes,it really got on his nerves4 when he found that photograph in her pocketbook.
[02:55.18]Q: How did Helen's husband react5 to the photograph?
[03:01.52]9.M:Every time before a long-distance race,I have butterflies in my stomach.
[03:09.57]W: Don't worry too much about it.
[03:13.33]Anyway, you are not a professional6 runner.
[03:17.59]Q: How does the man feel before a 800-meter race?
[03:25.64]10. W: If I were you, I'd take the bus to work.
[03:30.89]Driving in that rush-hour traffic is terrible.
[03:35.54]M: But by the time the bus gets to my stop,there aren't any seats left.
[03:42.20]Q: How does the man prefer to go to work?
[03:48.55]Section B     Passages one
[03:52.99]Many years ago,there lived a poor man who had only one son.
[03:59.52]One day,there was no more money or food left in the house,
[04:05.47]so the man said,"My son,you must go to find some work and earn some money."
[04:12.53]The young man left home.
[04:15.97]He walked many miles until he met a rich farmer who had thousands of sheep.
[04:22.03]This farmer needed a shepherd7 to look after his sheep,
[04:26.89]so he gave the young man the job.
[04:30.73]There were seven mountains around the farm,
[04:34.99]and there were sheep in every field on every mountain.
[04:40.14]One day,black clouds gathered. A storm began.
[04:45.39]The wind tore off branches and blew down mighty8 trees.
[04:50.61]The rain poured down.
[04:53.85]Paths and bridges were washed away.
[04:58.00]The young man rushed around,gathered the sheep from the seven hillsides to lead them to shelter9 in the farm,
[05:06.26]He had almost reached the farm with his enormous10 flock11
[05:11.30]when he saw that the bridge over the last stream had been washed away.
[05:16.76]There was only a wooden plank12 left.
[05:21.41]It was only safe for the sheep to walk across the plank one at a time.
[05:27.76]They did not like the look of the narrow creaky piece of wood,
[05:33.43]but the shepherd pushed a big black sheep across and the rest started to follow
[05:39.98]one at a time, one at a time.
[05:43.82]What hapened next?
[05:47.17]I'll tell you when all the sheep are safely across the plank .
[05:52.99]At the moment they  are still going over
[05:57.54]one at a time, one at a time, one at a time.
[06:02.48]Have all the sheep crossed over the bridge yet.
[06:06.84]Oh, dear me, no.
[06:10.68]The young man saved thousands of sheep from the mountains and field.
[06:16.42]They all have to get across that shaky plank
[06:21.47]and they are still crossing, one at a time, one at a time.
[06:27.32]When will the last sheep have crossed you may well ask.
[06:33.17]The answer is
[06:36.23]they will all have crossed when every sheep is on the other side.
[06:42.18]But just now, they are still walking over,
[06:47.22]one at a time, one at a time.
[06:51.27]And what about the young man.
[06:55.11]Well,he is still waiting and watching those sheep crossing the plank,one at a time.
[07:02.56]One at a time, ...one at a time.
[07:07.10]11. Why did the young man have to leave home?
[07:12.95]12. What kind of job did the young man find?
[07:18.49]13. What happened when the storm came?
[07:24.16]14. How did the sheep get across the single plank?
[07:30.30]Passage Two
[07:33.15]Professor Wang is a physics teacher in Beijing.
[07:38.11]Once she was explaining to one of her classes about sound.
[07:44.25]She decided13 to test the students to see how well they had understood her.
[07:50.80]"I have an uncle in Xinjiang," she said,
[07:55.56]"Suppose I was calling him on the phone from here
[08:00.91]and at the same time you were 25 metres away, listening to me.
[08:08.18]Who would hear me first, my uncle or you - and for what reason?"
[08:14.63]Ma Hua at once answered,
[08:19.07]"Your uncle, professor,because sound-waves travel slower than electricity."
[08:25.42]"Good," said the professor, but then another boy raised his hand.
[08:32.05]"Yes, Li Ming?" said Professor Wang.
[08:36.91]"Of course your uncle would hear you first," Limin said,
[08:42.55]"but that's because of the time difference.
[08:46.71]When it's nine o'clock here,it's seven o'clock in Xinjiang."
[08:52.56]15. What did Professor Wang do to check whether the students understood her or not?
[09:00.60]16. How did Ma Hua make such a judgment14?
[09:06.74]17. How did Li Min give such an explanation?
[09:12.80]Passage Three
[09:15.94]Henry Smith taught science at the City School.
[09:21.08]Once he went to a bookstore and bought some books.
[09:25.63]Most of which were expensive ones.
[09:29.89]He left them in his car in a quiet street.
[09:34.64]Then he went and bought some other things at other shop.
[09:40.08]At 6 o'clock he came back to the car.
[09:44.31]One window was open - and the books were gone.
[09:48.96]Henry drove15 back to his home in Lake Street
[09:53.61]that night he wrote a letter to a newspaper.
[09:58.44]The next day he went to the police.
[10:02.70]On Friday people read an advertisement in the newspaper:
[10:08.34]BOOK WANTED
[10:11.08]Have you any books that you no longer want.
[10:16.23]I buy old and modern books. Open all day on Saturday.
[10:22.58]Henry Smith, 18 Lake Street.
[10:27.23]Henry stayed at home on Saturday.
[10:31.09]His first visitor came at 8 o'clock.
[10:35.25]Henry took him to the kitchen.
[10:38.80]At half past nine, another man arrived.
[10:43.24]He had a bag under his arm.
[10:46.90]"Mr. Smith?" the man asked.
[10:50.66]"That's right," Henry said. "Can I help you?"
[10:55.41]"I have some good books. You buy books, don't you?"
[11:00.85]"Yes, bring them in. I'll have a look at them."
[11:05.91]Soon the books were on the dining-table,
[11:10.35]"Come in now," Henry called out, "and bring the list."
[11:15.60]A policeman came into the dining-room.
[11:20.46]He read the titles on the books and then those on the list in his hand.
[11:26.52]They were the same.
[11:29.58]"Come with me,sir,"the policeman said to the man.
[11:34.41]18. How did the man get the books?
[11:40.45]19. How did Henry get his books back?
[11:45.70]20. How did the man find Henry's address?


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1 moderate N69zs     
adj.适度的,稳健的,温和的,中等的;v.节制,使...稳定,使...缓和;n.稳健的人
参考例句:
  • You should moderate your language when children are present.在孩子面前,你说话应该有节制。
  • The wind is moderate today.今天的风很柔和。
2 impersonal Ck6yp     
adj.无个人感情的,与个人无关的,非人称的
参考例句:
  • Even his children found him strangely distant and impersonal.他的孩子们也认为他跟其他人很疏远,没有人情味。
  • His manner seemed rather stiff and impersonal.他的态度似乎很生硬冷淡。
3 groom 0fHxW     
vt.给(马、狗等)梳毛,照料,使...整洁
参考例句:
  • His father was a groom.他父亲曾是个马夫。
  • George was already being groomed for the top job.为承担这份高级工作,乔治已在接受专门的培训。
4 nerves YnAzEB     
n.神经紧张 vt.鼓起勇气
参考例句:
  • What he said at the meeting strung her nerves up. 他在会议上的发言使她的神经很紧张。
  • At the end of a day's teaching, her nerves were absolutely shattered. 教了一天课,她精疲力竭。
5 react zTSxI     
vi.起反应,起作用;反抗,起反作用
参考例句:
  • She didn't look up or react in any way.她既不抬头,也没有任何反应。
  • How did he react to your suggestion?他如何对待你的建议?
6 professional T1ZzR     
adj.专业的;职业的;n.专业人员;职业运动员
参考例句:
  • He is a professional tennis player.他是一名职业网球运动员。
  • I need a professional to sort out my finances.我需要专业人士为我管理财务。
7 shepherd lEizk     
n.牧羊者,牧师,指导者;v.看守,领导,指导
参考例句:
  • The shepherd boy waited for his sheep to drink.牧童等羊喝水。
  • The shepherd and his dog gathered in the sheep.牧羊人和牧羊狗把羊群赶到一块。
8 mighty YDWxl     
adj.强有力的;巨大的
参考例句:
  • A mighty force was about to break loose.一股巨大的力量即将迸发而出。
  • The mighty iceberg came into view.巨大的冰山出现在眼前。
9 shelter kEdzl     
n.掩蔽,掩蔽处,避身处;庇护所,避难所,庇护;vt.庇护,保护,隐匿;vi.躲避
参考例句:
  • We took shelter from the rain in a cave.我们在一个山洞里避雨。
  • Trees are a shelter from the sun.树木可以遮挡阳光。
10 enormous xoExz     
adj.巨大的;庞大的
参考例句:
  • An enormous sum of money is injected each year into teaching.每年都有大量资金投入到教学中。
  • They wield enormous political power.他们行使巨大的政治权力。
11 flock VgCzA     
n.羊群,一群,大量;vi.群集,聚集,成群
参考例句:
  • A flock of customers were waiting for the store to open.一群顾客在等候着商店开门。
  • A few sheep have been lost from the flock.羊群里少了几只羊。
12 plank p2CzA     
n.板条,木板,政策要点,政纲条目
参考例句:
  • The plank was set against the wall.木板靠着墙壁。
  • They intend to win the next election on the plank of developing trade.他们想以发展贸易的纲领来赢得下次选举。
13 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。
14 judgment e3xxC     
n.审判;判断力,识别力,看法,意见
参考例句:
  • The chairman flatters himself on his judgment of people.主席自认为他审视人比别人高明。
  • He's a man of excellent judgment.他眼力过人。
15 drove brAxi     
vbl.驾驶,drive的过去式;n.畜群
参考例句:
  • He drove at a speed of sixty miles per hour.他以每小时60英里的速度开车。
  • They drove foreign goods out of the market.他们把外国货驱逐出市场。
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