零基础 初学者 少儿英语 小学 初中 高中 四级 六级 每天学英语 背单词 音标发音 单词词汇 语法讲解 商务英语 新概念 雅思 日语 韩语 法语 德语 俄语 意大利语 更多语种

更多

英语六级听力考试预测Model Test Eight(mp3+lrc字幕)

时间:09-05-27作者:CSCSCS来源:人人听力网
[提示:]双击单词,即可查看词义!
听力原文
[by:英语听力网|http://www.rrting.net|人人论坛|http://www.rrting.net|人人听力网]
[00:00.00]喜欢rrting.net,请把rrting.net放在QQ资料上,多谢支持!1.M:Would you please tell me where I could get batteries for my radio?
[00:05.83]W:Yes,go down this aisle past the garden tools.They will be on the shelf next to the light bulbs.
[00:12.64]Q:Where does this conversation probably take place?
[00:15.75]2.W:How much is this box of candy?
[00:19.67]M:Let's see.The two-pound box is five dollars.You're holding three-pound box,so it's two dollars more.
[00:27.25]Q:How much will the box of candy cost the woman?
[00:30.22]3.M:Look at the prices on these used television sets.Something is fishy.Don't you think so?
[00:38.30]W:Well,there have been a lot of robberies recently.Some of the stolen goods may have handed up here.
[00:44.33]Q:How do the speakers feel about the television sets?
[00:47.62]4.M:I haven't read the newspaper yet.When you finish it,may I see it?
[00:53.26]W:I'll give it to you right now.I have to check on dinner anyway.
[00:56.63]Q:What is the woman doing besides reading the newspaper?
[01:00.11]5.W:You're going to Chicago tomorrow,aren't you?
[01:04.50]M:Yes.I thought I'd fly,but then I decided that taking a bus would be cheaper than driving or flying.
[01:11.05]Q:How will the man get to Chicago?
[01:13.61]6.W:When do you think I can go home,Dr.Smith?
[01:18.37]M:Well,you came in on Monday and today is Friday.I'd say that you could probably leave tomorrow.
[01:24.90]Q:Where is the woman in the conversation?
[01:27.56]7.W:John,should we have our usual menu for tonight?
[01:32.71]M:Well,Jennifer is allergic to seafood,so I think we'd better change the menu.
[01:37.57]Q:What do we learn from this conversation?
[01:40.34]8.M:Mrs.Smith,did I do well in this test?
[01:45.48]W:I find your grammar and organization above average,Bob,but your spelling could stand some improvement.
[01:52.22]Q:What does the woman say about Bob?
[01:55.07]9.M:I think I'll order the chocolate cake.I know it's rich,but I didn't eat lunch earlier today.
[02:02.96]W:No dessert for me.I can hardly get into my clothes as it is.
[02:07.14]Q:Why can't the woman order dessert?
[02:09.41]10.M:I've been having annoyance calls for two weeks.When I answer the phone,the other party hangs up without saying anything.I've tried everything including blowing a whistle into the receiver.
[02:25.11]W:Beginning today,I want you to keep a record of the time each call occurs.From this chart,we can get information to help us trace the calls.If necessary,the telephone company can contact the police.
[02:37.68]Q:What does the woman suggest that the man do?
[02:40.94]Passage One
[02:42.46]Are you afraid to raise your hand in class even when you know the answer?
[02:47.13]If you are,most people would say that you're shy.
[02:50.42]If you feel shy,you are not alone.9 out of 10 people are at least a little shy.
[02:57.97]But,however shy you are,scientific evidence seems to show that it isn't your fault.
[03:04.14]You may have been born that way.How do psychologists measure shyness?One way is by observation.
[03:13.02]They keep detailed records of people's actions,like how often these people speak to other,or how long it takes someone to say hello to a stranger.
[03:22.58]Another way to measure shyness is to ask people questions.
[03:26.92]The test only takes about 10 minutes.It asks questions like:do you like going out or not,and do you have many friends?
[03:37.18]People must answer either yes or no.These questions can predict how people actually behave in social situations.
[03:46.01]Suppose a test tells you that someone is shy,chances are good that the person will act shyly.
[03:53.25]When scientists measure shyness,they're really comparing degrees of shyness.
[03:58.29]In other words,when researchers say people are shy,they really mean they are more shy than others.
[04:04.79]11.Why does the speaker say that it isn't a fault to be shy?
[04:10.36]12.What is one of the ways suggested by psychologists for measuring shyness?
[04:17.20]13.What is the purpose of the psychologists in asking questions?
[04:23.26]Passage Two
[04:24.80]When Midori was two years old,she often climbed onto the piano bench and reached for the violin that belonged to her mother,a 38-year-old professional musician.
[04:35.25]"Please don't touch,Midori,"her mother scolded.
[04:38.49]The violin was,after all,worth more than 20,000 dollars.But Midori persisted.
[04:44.92]She longed to handle the graceful instrument that made beautiful sonds.
[04:49.57]Finally,on her third birthday,midori was handed a package,a tiny violin,about half the normal size.
[04:57.82]Almost from the moment Midori was born,her mother knew she was sensitive to music.
[05:02.94]For several years mother and daughter practised together day and night.
[05:07.54]She was eager to learn.Failure often led to tears,though she never once turned from the instrument.
[05:15.14]Instead,she persisted until the problem was overcome.One day,Johnson,an American musician,heard Midori play the violin.
[05:25.62]He couldn't believe she was just eight years ol
[05:28.59]"she must make a tape and I will take it to the United States."the American musician said.
[05:34.37]A famous American violin teacher heard the tape.He,too,had difficulty in believing his ears.
[05:40.61]The play was absolutely astonishing.He immediately accepted her as a pupil and recommended her for full scholarship.
[05:48.73]In 1982,Midori and her mother moved to New York City,leaving behind a comfortable life in Japan
[05:56.23]14.What was midori's mother?
[05:59.99]15.Why was Midori not allowed to touch her mother's violin when she was only two years old?
[06:07.70]16.What did Johnson,the American musician,ask Midori to do?
[06:13.84]17.Why did Midori move to the United States?
[06:18.80]Passage Three
[06:20.47]Telephone books in the Unites States have white,blue and yellow pages.
[06:25.93]The white pages list people with phones by last name.
[06:30.03]The blue pages contain numbers of city services,goverment agencies and public schools.
[06:37.06]Business and professional services are listed in a special section,the yellow pages.
[06:42.89]To make a long distance call,you need an area code.Each area in the U.S.has an area code.
[06:51.04]The area covered by one area code may be small or large.For example,New York City has one area code.
[07:00.68]But so does the whole State of Oregon.
[07:03.63]If you want to know the area code of a place,you can look it up in the area code map which is printed in the front of the white pages.
[07:11.80]There are a lot of public telephones in the U.S.They have their own numbers.
[07:17.32]If you are making a long distance call on a public telephone and run out of money,give the number on your phone to the person you're talking to.
[07:27.66]Then hang up the receiver and he can call you back.
[07:30.82]If you make a long distance call and get a wrong number,call the operator and explain what happened.
[07:37.35]This means that you can make the call again to the right number without having to pay more money.
[07:43.26]18.Where can you find the telephone number of a city council in a telephone book?
[07:50.13]19.Where can you find the area code map of the U.S.?
[07:56.08]20.What are you advised to do when you get a wrong number in making a long distance call?

责编:CSCSCS   

特别声明:本栏目内容均从网络上收集,供仅参考试用,正式学习请到书店购买正版教材。试用资料有效性和正确性也无法保证。本站并不拥有这些资料的版权,版权属于原版权所有人。