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新东方4+1听力口语-语音语调 Unit63

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新东方4+1听力口语MP3-语音语调 Unit63

Part One 叠合听辨练习

A. Listen and repeat .
bad desk good day red dress tame monkey
sad dog like candy deep pond grab Bob
take care black coffee book case more rain
part time job at two o’clock hot tea car ride
ripe pear stop playing keep pace sore ribs1
big game big garage big gate fall leaves
dig garden some men same machine bus station
hunt Terence
B. Read the following sentence .
My friend did it.
The desk came.
The chief flied to New York yesterday.
He wears a fresh shirt.
She can never finish it by herself.
I did this for the first time.
A big game was played between the two parties.
Please keep peace in the house.
There is a doll lying on the floor.
She took care of the children.
I don’t believe that Ted2 is a good boy.
He tried hard to persuade Bob not to work too hard.
Just give the tab back to me when you are ready.
When will it rain next?
Grab Bob and have him come here.
How much did the cake cost?
Take care of your mother.
How long is the car ride?
Why do you want to shame me?
Ann Nolan lives over there.
C. Read the dialogue .
Rent Agent: Good morning, sir. Can I help you?
Tony: Good day. I’m looking for a one-bedroom apartment today.
Rent Agent: Certainly. How much rent did you want to pay?
Tony: Well, I didn’t want to pay more than $900 a month.
Rent Agent: $900 a month? We don’t often have apartment as inexpensive as that. We
have one apartment for $ 985 a month today, on Eleventh Avenue. It’s near the municipal buildings.
Tony: Is it furnished?
Rent Agent: No, it’s unfurnished. It has a kitchen, but there are not many cookers.
There’s a garden in the back, but the tenants3 can’t use it. The landlord
lives downstairs. Friends are forbidden in the apartment after midnight.
No noise and no television after 11…
Tony: No, thank you! I want to take an apartment, not a prison.
Rent Agent: Ok, we would do as your requirement. And we’ll contact with you later!
D. Read the paragraph .
Here, then, is the problem that I present to you, stark4 and dreadful and inescapable: Shall we put an end to the human race or shall mankind renounce5 war? People will not face this alternative because it is so difficult to abolish war. The abolition6 of war will demand distasteful limitations of national sovereignty. But what perhaps impedes7 understanding of the situation more than anything else is that the term ‘mankind’ feels vague and abstract. People scarcely realize in imagination that the danger is to themselves and their children and their grandchildren, and not only to a dimly apprehended8 humanity. And so they hope that perhaps war may be allowed to continue provided modern weapons are prohibited. I am afraid this hope is illusory. Whatever agreements not to use hydrogen bombs had been reached in time of peace, they would no longer be considered binding9 in time of war, and both sides would set to work to manufacture hydrogen bombs as soon as war broke out, for if one side manufactured the bombs and the other did not, the side that manufactured them would inevitably10 be victorious11...
As geological time is reckoned, Man has so far existed only for a very short period one million years at the most. What he has achieved, especially during the last 6,000 years, is something utterly12 new in the history of the Cosmos13, so far at least as we are acquainted with it. For countless14 ages the sun rose and set, the moon waxed and waned15, the stars shone in the night, but it was only with the coming of Man that these things were understood. In the great world of astronomy and in the little world of the atom, Man has unveiled secrets which might have been thought undiscoverable. In art and literature and religion, some men have shown a sublimity16 of feeling which makes the species worth preserving. Is all this to end in trivial horror because so few are able to think of Man rather than of this or that group of men? Is our race so destitute17 of wisdom, so incapable18 of impartial19 love, so blind even to the simplest dictates20 of self-preservation, that the last proof of its silly cleverness is to be the extermination21 of all life on our planet? —for it will be not only men who will perish, but also the animals, whom no one can accuse of communism or anticommunism.
I cannot believe that this is to be the end. I would have men forget their quarrels for a moment and reflect that, if they will allow themselves to survive, there is every reason to expect the triumphs of the future to exceed immeasurably the triumphs of the past. There lies before us, if we choose, continual progress in happiness, knowledge, and wisdom. Shall we, instead, choose death, because we cannot forget our quarrels? I appeal, as a human being to human beings: remember your humanity, and forget the rest. If you can do so, the way lies open to a new Paradise; if you cannot, nothing lies before you but universal death.

Part Two失去爆破听辨练习

A. Listen and repeat .
lap dog mad John pet lion truck stop
big shoes hot day a suitcase sit down
put it down red chair round table good teacher
black gate cheap box a bad cold good tea
bad boy work hard look good a blackboard
a handbag bad news just great could be
a great pity keep secret late for the flight leave the team
sweet lips read the map a mad rat a vast grassland22
the last bark a fat cat a pop shop told him not to shout
patent right feed the goat a red flag
B. Read the following sentences.
1. I have read the book.
2. Put the book on the desk.
3. The rich and the poor have great differences.
4. Let’s have a good talk.
5. He has made the right choice.
6. It’s a very rude joke.
7. That’s a very bad thought.
8. I would like to have one.
9. Let me have a look at it.
10. Good morning, sir.
11. They are mostly teenagers.
12. Football’s my worst sport.
13. Jim kept studying for his exam.
14. Do you live on the west side or the east side of town?
15. We kept strong for our children.
16. I hope you haven’t lost trust.
17. Where’s the grand stand?
18. This is our last trip.
19. You need to wash your hands.
20. I know exactly what you mean.
C. Read the dialogue.
Sally: Hello.
Paul: Hello, Sally? This is Paul.
Sally: Oh, hi, Paul.
Paul: What happened yesterday? You didn’t come. You forger23 the date we made,
didn’t you?
Sally: Well, it rained hard all day and I had a bad cold, so I decided24 to stay at home
and have a rest.
Paul: You did? But I tried to call you at least 40 times and nobody answered.
Sally: Oh, the telephone lines were damaged by the storm. They repaired them today.
Paul: What did Bob do yesterday? Did he and his classmate go dancing?
Sally: No, they stayed at home and played cards with other children.
Paul: And what did you do? Did you play cards, too?
Sally: No. I listened to records and studied. What did you do yesterday, Paul?
Paul: I just told you, Sally. I tried to call you 40 times!
D. Enjoy the small joke .
Teacher: What’s an abstract noun, Ann?
Ann: I don’t know, madam.
Teacher: What? You don’t know! Well, It’s the name of a thing which you can think of
but cannot touch. Now give me an example.
Ann: A red-hot poker25, madam.
E. Read the paragraph correctly .
Almost 60 percent of overweight women in Britain say they would not allow their partner to see them naked, a body image survey showed last Thursday.
Despite the current craze for curvy figures, too much body fat has a devastating26 impact on every aspect of a woman’s life, Slimming Magazine said. The magazine’s annual survey of 2,000 women, all of whom regarded themselves as overweight, revealed that more than 80 percent believed their excess weight was damaging their health, ruining their sex lives and holding back their careers.
“Overweight women don’t want to be stick insects, they just want to fall within an average weight range and feel healthier, sexier and more confident,” said Alison Hall, the magazine’s editor.
”What the media is talking about at the moment is that curves are back. People want to be more like Catherine Zeta-Jones and Jennifer Lopez, and that’s great. But we’re into making sure women are at a good weight for their height.”
The survey showed 76 percent of women believed overweight people were seen as being less intelligent than slim people are. Some 80 percent thought it was easier for slim women to climb the career ladder.
Government statistics show that more than half the British population is now overweight, but 81 percent of women received no guidance from their general practitioners27, the survey said.
National Health Service spokeswoman Gail Robinson said the government did not record information about dieters seeking advice from their doctors.

Part Three跟读练习
A.Listen and repeat the phrases .
a drug store be drunk with joy a job transfer
solicit28 trade drink like a fish fight for freedom
find fault with great pleasure in the deep valley
in cold blood break ranks bright colors
radiant with read magazine bank service
cheat the journey the youngest child ask yourself
get the cheese feed the duck get his goat
eat hot dogs get the better of hold the bag
keep the key lock the door the first class
leap forward the front yard of the house behind the back of
B. Form sentences with the following phrases .
visit the city hit him on the head a stupid men
eat too much keep fit help them
a bad suggestion forget the plan get sacked
get settled passed the examination cost much money
in a great hurry a first-class university in short supply
date the girl like making cakes hate city life
get the payment lead the team
C. Read the following sentences .
1. He’s a bad boy.
2. I like lollipops29.
3. She’s my favorite daughter.
4. I gave Margaret some books.
5. Monica has big feet.
6. Kirk looked at the photo carefully.
7. I can help Greg with his homework.
8. Grab my coat and we’ll go.
9. Please keep your words you said.
10. The cub30 scouts31 of Canada are a great group.
11. It’s a big problem if cars do not stop at a stop sign.
12. You look tired tonight.
13. I felt sick last night.
14. Children must look carefully when crossing the road.
15. When the student finished his job training he offered a position with good
job benefits.
16. The school held a big meeting to help people understand problems.
17. Last year bad drivers caused deaths on the road.
18. Do farmers still use windmills?
19. Your kindness will be repaid some day.
20. She stopped to listen to the music.
D. Complete the following sentences .
1. It’s a pity that… 6. It so happened that…
2. It’s too bad that… 7. It is not known that…
3. It’s strange that… 8. It is a good thing that…
4. It’s possible that… 9. It seemed that…
5. It was surprising that … 10. It looked that…
E. Read the following answers, and then put forward a question according to the answers. And pay attention to the pronunciation between consonants32 and consonants .
Example: She washed the dishes and put them away.
What did she do all day?
What did she do today?
What did she do?
1. She broke all the dishes and threw them away.
2. He opened the window and looked out of it.
3. My sister is studying in her room.
4. We looked up the word in the dictionary.
5. The boy wrote a letter to his friend and then posted it.
6. They went to the swimming pool this morning.
7. Mary washed all of her dirty clothes today.
8. He gave a lecture on this topic this afternoon.
9. We visit the Great Wall yesterday.
10. They have been rehearsing all day.
F, Read the dialogue .
Mrs. Herbert: Would you like some cream in your coffee, Mr. Fred?
Mrs. Fred: No, thank you. But I’d like some milk, please.
Mrs. Herbert: Would you like some chocolate cookies?
Mrs. Fred: Mm, yes. Thank you. Did you bake these yourself?
Mrs. Herbert: Yes. It’s a cuckoo clock. I bought it in Paris.
Mrs. Fred: Is it wooden?
Mrs. Herbert: Oh, no. It’s oak. It was quite an expensive clock. It’s automatic.
Mrs. Fred: Well, it’s exactly 7 now, and it’s very quiet. Doesn’t it say cuckoo?
Mrs. Herbert: Of course. Look!
Clock: Cuckoo! Cuckoo! Cuckoo! Cuckoo! Cuckoo! Cuckoo!
Mrs. Fred: Well, what a cute clock!
G. Appreciate the English song .
Forever Young (Joan Baez)
May God bless and keep you always
May your wishes all come true.
May you already do for others,
And let others do for you.
May you build a ladder to the stars.
And climb on every rung.
And may you stay…forever young.
May you grow up to be righteous?
May you grow up to be true.
May you always know the truth,
And see the light surrounding you.
May you always be courageous33,
Stand upright and be strong.
May you stay…forever young.
Forever young, forever young.
May you stay forever young.
May your hands always be busy,
May you feet always be swift.
May you have a strong foundation,
When the wind changes shift.
May your heart always be joyful34,
May your songs always be sung.
And may you stay… forever young.
Forever young, forever young
May you stay forever young.
H. Read the passage, using the way you have learned in this class .
Oceanography has been defined as “ the application of all sciences to the study of the sea.”
Before the nineteenth century, scientists with an interest in the sea were few and far between. Certainly Newton considered some theoretical aspects of it in his writings, but he was reluctant to go to sea to further his work.
For most people the sea was remote, and with the exception of early intercontinental travelers or others who earned a living from the sea, there was little reason to ask many questions about it, let alone to ask what lay beneath the surface. The first time that the question “ What is at the bottom of the oceans?’ had to be answered with any commercial consequence was when the laying of a telegraph cable from Europe to America was proposed. The engineers had to know the depth profile of the route to estimate the length of cable that had to be manufactured.
It was to Maury of the US Navy that the Atlantic Telegraph Company turned, in 1853, for information on this matter. In the 1840s, Maury had been responsible for encouraging voyages during which sounding were taken to investigate the depths of the North Atlantic and Pacific Oceans. Later, some of his findings aroused much popular interest in his book The Physical Geography of the Sea.
The cable was laid, but not until 1866 was the connection made permanent and reliable. At the early attempts, the cable failed and when it was taken out for repairs it was found to be covered in living growths, a fact which defied contemporary scientific opinion that there was no life in the deeper parts of the sea.
Within a few years oceanography was under way. In 1872 Thomson led a scientific expedition, which lasted for four years and brought home thousands of samples from the sea. Their classification and analysis occupied scientists for years and led to a five-volume report, the last volume being published in 1895.

 


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1 ribs 24fc137444401001077773555802b280     
n.肋骨( rib的名词复数 );(船或屋顶等的)肋拱;肋骨状的东西;(织物的)凸条花纹
参考例句:
  • He suffered cracked ribs and bruising. 他断了肋骨还有挫伤。
  • Make a small incision below the ribs. 在肋骨下方切开一个小口。
2 ted 9gazhs     
vt.翻晒,撒,撒开
参考例句:
  • The invaders gut ted the village.侵略者把村中财物洗劫一空。
  • She often teds the corn when it's sunny.天好的时候她就翻晒玉米。
3 tenants 05662236fc7e630999509804dd634b69     
n.房客( tenant的名词复数 );佃户;占用者;占有者
参考例句:
  • A number of tenants have been evicted for not paying the rent. 许多房客因不付房租被赶了出来。
  • Tenants are jointly and severally liable for payment of the rent. 租金由承租人共同且分别承担。
4 stark lGszd     
adj.荒凉的;严酷的;完全的;adv.完全地
参考例句:
  • The young man is faced with a stark choice.这位年轻人面临严峻的抉择。
  • He gave a stark denial to the rumor.他对谣言加以完全的否认。
5 renounce 8BNzi     
v.放弃;拒绝承认,宣布与…断绝关系
参考例句:
  • She decided to renounce the world and enter a convent.她决定弃绝尘世去当修女。
  • It was painful for him to renounce his son.宣布与儿子脱离关系对他来说是很痛苦的。
6 abolition PIpyA     
n.废除,取消
参考例句:
  • They declared for the abolition of slavery.他们声明赞成废除奴隶制度。
  • The abolition of the monarchy was part of their price.废除君主制是他们的其中一部分条件。
7 impedes c8c92d3198ba71918f3f4f2d50bb7bab     
阻碍,妨碍,阻止( impede的第三人称单数 )
参考例句:
  • High packing density greatly impedes the cooling of the array. 高存贮密度很不利于阵列的散热。
  • The inflexibility of the country's labor market seriously impedes its economic recovery. 该国劳工市场缺乏灵活性,这严重阻碍了它的经济恢复。
8 apprehended a58714d8af72af24c9ef953885c38a66     
逮捕,拘押( apprehend的过去式和过去分词 ); 理解
参考例句:
  • She apprehended the complicated law very quickly. 她很快理解了复杂的法律。
  • The police apprehended the criminal. 警察逮捕了罪犯。
9 binding 2yEzWb     
有约束力的,有效的,应遵守的
参考例句:
  • The contract was not signed and has no binding force. 合同没有签署因而没有约束力。
  • Both sides have agreed that the arbitration will be binding. 双方都赞同仲裁具有约束力。
10 inevitably x7axc     
adv.不可避免地;必然发生地
参考例句:
  • In the way you go on,you are inevitably coming apart.照你们这样下去,毫无疑问是会散伙的。
  • Technological changes will inevitably lead to unemployment.技术变革必然会导致失业。
11 victorious hhjwv     
adj.胜利的,得胜的
参考例句:
  • We are certain to be victorious.我们定会胜利。
  • The victorious army returned in triumph.获胜的部队凯旋而归。
12 utterly ZfpzM1     
adv.完全地,绝对地
参考例句:
  • Utterly devoted to the people,he gave his life in saving his patients.他忠于人民,把毕生精力用于挽救患者的生命。
  • I was utterly ravished by the way she smiled.她的微笑使我完全陶醉了。
13 cosmos pn2yT     
n.宇宙;秩序,和谐
参考例句:
  • Our world is but a small part of the cosmos.我们的世界仅仅是宇宙的一小部分而已。
  • Is there any other intelligent life elsewhere in the cosmos?在宇宙的其他星球上还存在别的有智慧的生物吗?
14 countless 7vqz9L     
adj.无数的,多得不计其数的
参考例句:
  • In the war countless innocent people lost their lives.在这场战争中无数无辜的人丧失了性命。
  • I've told you countless times.我已经告诉你无数遍了。
15 waned 8caaa77f3543242d84956fa53609f27c     
v.衰落( wane的过去式和过去分词 );(月)亏;变小;变暗淡
参考例句:
  • However,my enthusiasm waned.The time I spent at exercises gradually diminished. 然而,我的热情减退了。我在做操上花的时间逐渐减少了。 来自《用法词典》
  • The bicycle craze has waned. 自行车热已冷下去了。 来自《现代汉英综合大词典》
16 sublimity bea9f6f3906788d411469278c1b62ee8     
崇高,庄严,气质高尚
参考例句:
  • It'suggests no crystal waters, no picturesque shores, no sublimity. 这决不会叫人联想到晶莹的清水,如画的两岸,雄壮的气势。
  • Huckleberry was filled with admiration of Tom's facility in writing, and the sublimity of his language. 对汤姆流利的书写、响亮的内容,哈克贝利心悦诚服。
17 destitute 4vOxu     
adj.缺乏的;穷困的
参考例句:
  • They were destitute of necessaries of life.他们缺少生活必需品。
  • They are destitute of common sense.他们缺乏常识。
18 incapable w9ZxK     
adj.无能力的,不能做某事的
参考例句:
  • He would be incapable of committing such a cruel deed.他不会做出这么残忍的事。
  • Computers are incapable of creative thought.计算机不会创造性地思维。
19 impartial eykyR     
adj.(in,to)公正的,无偏见的
参考例句:
  • He gave an impartial view of the state of affairs in Ireland.他对爱尔兰的事态发表了公正的看法。
  • Careers officers offer impartial advice to all pupils.就业指导员向所有学生提供公正无私的建议。
20 dictates d2524bb575c815758f62583cd796af09     
n.命令,规定,要求( dictate的名词复数 )v.大声讲或读( dictate的第三人称单数 );口授;支配;摆布
参考例句:
  • Convention dictates that a minister should resign in such a situation. 依照常规部长在这种情况下应该辞职。 来自《简明英汉词典》
  • He always follows the dictates of common sense. 他总是按常识行事。 来自《简明英汉词典》
21 extermination 46ce066e1bd2424a1ebab0da135b8ac6     
n.消灭,根绝
参考例句:
  • All door and window is sealed for the extermination of mosquito. 为了消灭蚊子,所有的门窗都被封闭起来了。 来自辞典例句
  • In doing so they were saved from extermination. 这样一来却使它们免于绝灭。 来自辞典例句
22 grassland 0fCxG     
n.牧场,草地,草原
参考例句:
  • There is a reach of grassland in the distance.远处是连绵一片的草原。
  • The snowstorm swept the vast expanse of grassland.暴风雪袭击了辽阔的草原。
23 forger ji1xg     
v.伪造;n.(钱、文件等的)伪造者
参考例句:
  • He admitted seven charges including forging passports.他承认了7项罪名,其中包括伪造护照。
  • She alleged that Taylor had forged her signature on the form.她声称泰勒在表格上伪造了她的签名。
24 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。
25 poker ilozCG     
n.扑克;vt.烙制
参考例句:
  • He was cleared out in the poker game.他打扑克牌,把钱都输光了。
  • I'm old enough to play poker and do something with it.我打扑克是老手了,可以玩些花样。
26 devastating muOzlG     
adj.毁灭性的,令人震惊的,强有力的
参考例句:
  • It is the most devastating storm in 20 years.这是20年来破坏性最大的风暴。
  • Affairs do have a devastating effect on marriages.婚外情确实会对婚姻造成毁灭性的影响。
27 practitioners 4f6cea6bb06753de69fd05e8adbf90a8     
n.习艺者,实习者( practitioner的名词复数 );从业者(尤指医师)
参考例句:
  • one of the greatest practitioners of science fiction 最了不起的科幻小说家之一
  • The technique is experimental, but the list of its practitioners is growing. 这种技术是试验性的,但是采用它的人正在增加。 来自辞典例句
28 solicit AFrzc     
vi.勾引;乞求;vt.请求,乞求;招揽(生意)
参考例句:
  • Beggars are not allowed to solicit in public places.乞丐不得在公共场所乞讨。
  • We should often solicit opinions from the masses.我们应该经常征求群众意见。
29 lollipops 6ceae00b27efc3fb3c0baabc137bec4a     
n.棒糖,棒棒糖( lollipop的名词复数 );(用交通指挥牌让车辆暂停以便儿童安全通过马路的)交通纠察
参考例句:
  • I bought lollipops and a toot-toot bugle. I started for home. 我给她买了棒棒糖,一吹就呜的打响的小喇叭。我就往回走。 来自互联网
  • Our company specialize marshmallows, lollipops, bubble gums, chocolates and toys with candy. 本公司主要出口棉花糖、棒棒糖、泡泡糖、巧克力、儿童玩具等。 来自互联网
30 cub ny5xt     
n.幼兽,年轻无经验的人
参考例句:
  • The lion cub's mother was hunting for what she needs. 这只幼师的母亲正在捕猎。
  • The cub licked the milk from its mother's breast. 这头幼兽吸吮着它妈妈的奶水。
31 scouts e6d47327278af4317aaf05d42afdbe25     
侦察员[机,舰]( scout的名词复数 ); 童子军; 搜索; 童子军成员
参考例句:
  • to join the Scouts 参加童子军
  • The scouts paired off and began to patrol the area. 巡逻人员两个一组,然后开始巡逻这个地区。
32 consonants 6d7406e22bce454935f32e3837012573     
n.辅音,子音( consonant的名词复数 );辅音字母
参考例句:
  • Consonants are frequently assimilated to neighboring consonants. 辅音往往被其邻近的辅音同化。 来自《简明英汉词典》
  • Vowels possess greater sonority than consonants. 元音比辅音响亮。 来自《现代英汉综合大词典》
33 courageous HzSx7     
adj.勇敢的,有胆量的
参考例句:
  • We all honour courageous people.我们都尊重勇敢的人。
  • He was roused to action by courageous words.豪言壮语促使他奋起行动。
34 joyful N3Fx0     
adj.欢乐的,令人欢欣的
参考例句:
  • She was joyful of her good result of the scientific experiments.她为自己的科学实验取得好成果而高兴。
  • They were singing and dancing to celebrate this joyful occasion.他们唱着、跳着庆祝这令人欢乐的时刻。
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