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最新版雅思听力指南 PracticeTest-section1

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[00:23.43]that resembles the International English Language Testing System Listening Test.
[00:31.03]The test consists of four sections.
[00:35.63]Answer the questions as you listen to the recording1.
[00:40.44]Note that the recording will be played once only.
[00:45.53]Please turn to Section 1.
[00:49.63]STOP YOUR TAPE
[00:52.82]You will see that there is an example which has been done for you.
[00:58.91]On this occasion2 only the conversation relating to this will be played first.
[01:06.30]Jane:Hello Steve. How are you?
[01:10.19]Steve:Oh I'm not too  bad today,thank you Jane.And you?
[01:15.49]How did  you go in the exams?
[01:18.99]Jane:I'm not sure.I haven't got all my results yet,
[01:24.30]but I'm so glad we're coming up to the end of the semester3.
[01:29.39]I really need a holiday,so I'm going camping with some friends.
[01:35.19]Jane is pleased about it being the end of semester,
[01:40.99]so you choose C'the semester ending'  STOP YOUR TAPE
[01:48.88]Section I.
[01:51.67]You will hear two friends talking about a holiday trip they plan to make.
[01:57.86]First,look at questions 1 to 7.
[02:02.78]At this point you would normally4 hear the example.
[02:08.03]Because you have already heard the example it is not repeated here.
[02:14.50]Now we shall begin.
[02:19.10]You should answer the questions as you listen
[02:23.49]because you will not hear the recording a second time.
[02:28.38]First,you have another chance to look at questions 1 to 7.
[02:34.15]Now,listen carefully and answer questions 1 to 7.
[02:36.50]STOP YOUR TAPE
[02:39.58]Jane:Hello Steve.How are you?
[02:43.58]Steve:Oh I'm not too bad today,thank you Jane.
[02:48.28]How are you?How did you go in the exam
[02:53.27]Jane:I'm not sure.I haven't got all my results yet,
[02:58.65]but I'm so glad we're coming up to the end of the semester.
[03:03.85]I really need a holiday,so I'm going camping with some friends.
[03:09.55]What are you doing over the semester break,Steve?
[03:14.14]Steve:I haven't got any plans yet.
[03:18.04]I don't really have enough  money to fly home.
[03:22.63]I suppose I could get a part-time job and earn some money,
[03:27.94]but I don't really want to.
[03:31.12]Then again,maybe I could start studying for next semester.
[03:36.71]Jane:Mmm.I thought  about doing some summer courses,
[03:41.81]but I decided5 that's not a good idea.
[03:46.01]I need a break or I'll get stale6.
[03:50.30]I need to do something completely different. You do too.
[03:55.68]Why don't you join me and my friends on the camping trip?
[04:00.17]Steve:Well,I don't know really.Would your friends mind?
[04:05.45]Jane:No,of course not.They'd be happy to have you along.
[04:11.14]We're going down to the Royal National Park.
[04:15.43]Have you been there yet?  Steve:No,I haven't.
[04:19.74]It's somewhere south of Sydney isn't It?
[04:23.84]Jane:Yes,it's about 30 kilometres south of Sydney.
[04:28.83]We'll be getting an early train from Central to sutherland.
[04:34.23]It leaves Central at seven and goes to Waterfall via sutherland.
[04:40.43]Amin and Lucy are joining us there because they live in Caringbah.
[04:46.30]Steve:Oh,I see.That is very early.
[04:50.80]And who did you say will join the train at Caringbah?
[04:55.99]Jane:No,not at Caringbah.At Sutherland.
[05:00.49]Amin and Lucy. Then,from Waterfall,
[05:05.69]we'll hike to where we're goingto be spending the first few days.
[05:11.88]That's at Garie beach.
[05:15.09]Steve:What's the park like?
[05:17.99]Is it on the coast,or inland?
[05:22.09]Jane:It's on the coast,but it's very big,over 15,000 hectares
[05:28.67]and there are a couple of rivers,especially one big one,the Hacking7.
[05:35.47]Steve:Can you do anything on this river?Can we go on it?
[05:40.35]Jane:Oh yeah,lots. You can hire boats--go boating--row boats.
[05:47.33]Steve:Row boats. Hey,that sounds fun?
[05:52.00]Um,and what about scuba8 diving or horse riding?
[05:57.09]Can we do any of those things?
[06:00.28]Jane:Well there isn't much point in scuba diving around there
[06:05.69]and there aren't any reefs9 or anything,
[06:09.97]so there's not much underwater Life.
[06:13.94]And because it's a national park,domestic animals aren't allowed.
[06:19.82]Steve:So what equipment do we need to bring with us if we're going?
[06:25.80]Do we have to carry all our food for a week?
[06:29.90]Jane:No.We've got organized for the food to go down with a van,
[06:36.30]so we don't have to carry too much.
[06:40.20]You know Dave's van.
[06:43.38]It's a camper with a fridge and cooking things,
[06:47.77]so we needn't bother with that.
[06:51.25]But you'll need to bring a sleeping bag.
[06:55.53]I've got an extra one I can lend you if you haven't got one.
[07:01.12]Steve:And what type of clothes should
[07:05.09]I bring Like,what's the weath- er going to be like?
[07:08.98]Jane:Bathers.Definitely10 bathers'cause there are beaches,and the river
[07:15.17]You can swim in the river.
[07:18.57]There's some beautiful little swimming holes with waterfalls in the river.
[07:24.47]Um...good hiking boots strong boots and socks
[07:30.38]I think you need a few pairs of socks because if they get wet
[07:36.18]it's often difficult to dry them.
[07:39.89]Otherwise,whatever you prefer to hike in.
[07:44.38]If you like shorts that's OK.
[07:47.98]Steve:And what about my bicycle?Should I bring that?
[07:52.87]Jane:Not really.Well,you could.
[07:57.26]There are places to cycle,
[08:00.55]but none of us are cycling this time.
[08:04.86]But you will need a warm sweater or jacket for the evenings.
[08:10.27]Steve:So that's a bit of a pity.
[08:13.77]I rather like cycling,but not really on my own.
[08:19.15]And do we have to book anything? Like the train,maybe?
[08:23.96]Jane:No,we don't need to book the train.
[08:27.85]And we've already booked beds in the youth hostel11.
[08:32.63]We've booked eight beds and so far we've only got six people,
[08:37.93]so it's fine for you to come along.
[08:41.54]Steve:And do we need a guide?
[08:44.72]STOP YOUR TAPE
[08:47.91]Jane goes on to talk about some of the activities that they can do in the park.
[08:54.00]Look at questions 8 to 11,the plan of the park and the list of activities.
[09:01.47]As you listen
[09:04.24]write the appropriate activities in the correct area of the park.
[09:09.62]Jane does not mention every area of the park.
[09:14.01]You will have to leave some areas empty
[09:18.71]and you will not use all of the activities.
[09:23.20]You will be given time at the end of the conversation
[09:27.80]to copy your answers against questions 8 to 11.
[09:32.89]STOP YOUR TAPE
[09:36.08]Steve:And do we need a guide?
[09:39.27]Jane:Oh no.Look here's a map.I'll show you.
[09:44.54]Now,you see these arrows?
[09:48.23]They're the marked walking trails.
[09:52.43]This is Waterfall, where we get off the train.
[09:57.42]Then we'll walk to Garie beach and stay at the hostel there.
[10:02.52]You see this area beyond the youth hostel,to the south?
[10:08.39]Those are rocky bluffs12
[10:11.58]and there are lots of animals and birds in this area.
[10:16.18]You can spend hours just watching them.
[10:20.17]Now this area here, around Garie itself,
[10:25.37]has fabulous13 beaches for swimming and walking,and in some parts
[10:31.28]there are rock pools with fascinating sea creatures in them.
[10:36.79]Steve:So there are plenty of places to swim.
[10:40.97]Jane:Yeah,there are great places to swim.
[10:45.46]Then to the north of Garie,
[10:48.65]along the coast there are some wonderful cliffs14 walk along,
[10:54.05]where you can get spectacular15 views.
[10:58.16]We plan to walk along here to this great picnic
[11:02.96]and barbecue place with a waterfall,called Wattamolla.
[11:08.94]Lots of people go there just for the day to have a picnic lunch.
[11:14.12]Of course Dave will have to drive the van.
[11:18.30]This area here is Audley.
[11:22.11]Steve:Where? Oh yeah.
[11:26.00]Jane:It's not a town,
[11:29.11]it's just a place where two rivers join where you can hire rowboats.
[11:35.30]We'll spend the last day here and then we'll all pile into the van
[11:41.81]so Dave can drive us back to Sutherland to get the train home.
[11:48.42]Copy the letter for the area of the map
[11:53.41]and the activity against numbers 8 to 11 in any order.
[12:00.51]STOP YOUR TAPE
[12:06.70]That is the end of Section I.
[12:10.59]You now have half a minute to check your answers.
 


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1 recording UktzJj     
n.录音,记录
参考例句:
  • How long will the recording of the song take?录下这首歌得花多少时间?
  • I want to play you a recording of the rehearsal.我想给你放一下彩排的录像。
2 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。
3 semester XDJzN     
n.一学期,半学年,六个月的时间
参考例句:
  • A student will probably attend four or five courses during each semester.每个学生一学期可能要修四五门课程。
  • I had an especially rough time during my first semester.我第一个学期的日子难受极了。
4 normally ln8zVb     
adv.正常地,通常地
参考例句:
  • I normally do all my shopping on Saturdays.我通常在星期六买东西。
  • My pulse beats normally.我脉搏正常。
5 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。
6 stale eGhzi     
adj.因陈旧而乏味的,过时的;没有新意的
参考例句:
  • The room smelled musty and stale.这个房间闻起来有股发霉的陈味儿。
  • The bread is too stale to eat.面包太陈不能吃了。
7 hacking KrIzgm     
n.非法访问计算机系统和数据库的活动
参考例句:
  • The patient with emphysema is hacking all day. 这个肺气肿病人整天不断地干咳。
  • We undertook the task of hacking our way through the jungle. 我们负责在丛林中开路。
8 scuba YjDzRf     
n.水中呼吸器
参考例句:
  • I first got hooked on scuba diving when I was twelve.12岁时我开始迷上了带水中呼吸器潜水。
  • While on honeymoon in Bali,she learned to scuba dive.她在巴厘岛度蜜月时学会了带水肺潜水。
9 reefs 0b9ff9fe6897bd050ab9e7711960aeb0     
礁体
参考例句:
  • The motorboat cut across swift currents and skirted dangerous reefs. 汽艇穿过激流,绕过险滩。 来自《现代汉英综合大词典》
  • Fish are abundant about the reefs. 暗礁附近鱼很多。 来自《简明英汉词典》
10 definitely RuJzx0     
adv.一定地,肯定地;明确地,确切地
参考例句:
  • The team will definitely lose if he doesn't play.如果他不参加比赛,这个队肯定会输。
  • I shall definitely be home before six o'clock.6点以前,我一定回家。
11 hostel f5qyR     
n.(学生)宿舍,招待所
参考例句:
  • I lived in a hostel while I was a student.我求学期间住在青年招待所里。
  • He says he's staying at a Youth Hostel.他说他现住在一家青年招待所。
12 bluffs b61bfde7c25e2c4facccab11221128fc     
恐吓( bluff的名词复数 ); 悬崖; 峭壁
参考例句:
  • Two steep limestone bluffs rise up each side of the narrow inlet. 两座陡峭的石灰石断崖耸立在狭窄的入口两侧。
  • He bluffs his way in, pretending initially to be a dishwasher and then later a chef. 他虚张声势的方式,假装最初是一个洗碗机,然后厨师。
13 fabulous ch6zI     
adj.极好的;极为巨大的;寓言中的,传说中的
参考例句:
  • We had a fabulous time at the party.我们在晚会上玩得很痛快。
  • This is a fabulous sum of money.这是一笔巨款。
14 cliffs e083e9c7853d148373e503224538662c     
n.悬崖,峭壁(cliff的复数形式)
参考例句:
  • the chalk cliffs of southern England 英格兰南部的白垩质峭壁
  • Local folklore has it that prehistoric men drove cattle over these cliffs. 当地民间传说中称,史前人类把野牛从这些悬崖上驱赶下去。 来自《简明英汉词典》
15 spectacular 0v2wj     
adj.引人注目的,出色的,与众不同的
参考例句:
  • This is a spectacular film.这是一部场面壮观的电影。
  • This is the most spectacular financial crash of the decade.这是10年里最引人注目的金融破产事件。
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