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大学英语4级考试精准听力法 Model Test Eight

[00:16.12]Model Test Eight
[00:18.50]Section A
[00:21.05]Directions: In this section,
[00:25.22]you will hear 8 short conversations
[00:28.29]and 2 long conversations.
[00:31.33] At the end of each conversation,
[00:34.29]one or more questions will be asked
[00:36.74]about what was said.
[00:39.06]Both the conversation
[00:40.78]and the questions will be spoken
[00:42.91]only once. After each question
[00:46.72]there will be a pause.
[00:49.42]During the pause, you must read
[00:51.93]the four choices
[00:53.09]marked A), B), C) and D),
[00:57.60]and decide which is
[00:59.24]the best answer.
[01:01.16] Then mark the corresponding letter
[01:04.03]on Answer Sheet 2 with a single line
[01:08.06]through the centre.
[01:10.22]Now let's begin with the
[01:12.10]eight short conversations.
[01:15.76]11. W: Fred and I argued
[01:18.52]for a new project
[01:19.63]at the last board meeting.
[01:21.71]M: Oh? I thought you and Fred
[01:23.41]disagreed on the project.
[01:25.33]Q: What conclusion can be drawn
[01:28.14]from this conversation?
[01:45.53]12. M: How did you like
[01:47.85]yesterday's play?
[01:49.69]W: Generally speaking,
[01:50.94]it was quite good.
[01:52.71]The part of the secretary
[01:54.25]was played wonderfully.
[01:56.16]But I think the man
[01:57.13]who played the boss
[01:58.30]was too dramatic to be realistic.
[02:01.48]Q: What do we know about the man
[02:04.18]who played the boss in the play?
[02:21.65]13. M: Can you believe it?
[02:25.28]Jessie told her boss
[02:26.46]that he was wrong to have fired
[02:28.24]his marketing director.
[02:30.22]W: Yeah, but you know Jessie.
[02:32.29]If she has something in mind,
[02:34.21]everyone will know about it.
[02:36.82]Q: What does the woman mean?
[02:54.29]14. M: Mary doesn't want me
[02:57.38]to take the job.
[02:58.73]She says our child is too young.
[03:01.30]And the job requires much traveling.
[03:04.07]W: You should talk to her again
[03:05.90]and see if you can find a way out.
[03:08.41]Think about the gains and losses
[03:10.60]before you make the decision.
[03:13.49]Q: What do we learn
[03:14.30]from the conversation?
[03:30.89]15. W: I'd really like to learn
[03:33.81]how to play chess,
[03:35.41]but it looks so complicated.
[03:37.68] It seems to take a really
[03:39.00]long time to learn.
[03:40.98]M: Well, it takes a long time
[03:42.75]to be good at it.
[03:43.99]But we can learn the basics
[03:45.71]this afternoon if you want.
[03:48.78]Q: What does the man imply?
[04:06.19]16. W: Oh, it's so cold.
[04:09.82]We haven't had such a
[04:11.25]severe winter
[04:12.26]for so long, have we?
[04:14.21]M: Yes, the forecast says
[04:15.91] it's going to get worse
[04:17.05]before it warms up.
[04:19.59]Q: What do we learn from
[04:21.10]the conversation?
[04:37.67]17. M: Can you possibly
[04:40.36]lend me $50 until pay day?
[04:43.36]W: It's out of the question.
[04:45.42]Do you think I was born
[04:46.49]with a silver spoon in my mouth?
[04:49.98]Q: What does the woman mean?
[05:06.89]18. M: I just don't know
[05:09.90]if you should call everyone
[05:11.22]to collect the data
[05:12.41]or just send out a questionnaire.
[05:14.90]But you'd better make a decision soon.
[05:17.43]W: I know. There's only one month
[05:19.58]till the election.
[05:21.99]Q: What does the woman mean?
[05:39.04]Now you will hear
[05:39.87]the two long conversations.
[05:43.38]Conversation One
[05:46.05]W: Hi, Dan, are you waiting
[05:47.69]to see Professor Colvin, too?
[05:50.03]M: Yeah, since I got one
[05:51.63]of five highest grades
[05:53.23]in her managerial economics class,
[05:55.80]she asked me if I'd be interested
[05:57.71]in working as her assistant
[05:59.37]next semester.
[06:01.07] I'm here waiting for my interview.
[06:02.96]W: Oh, yes. I know all about that job.
[06:06.09]I did it one year ago.
[06:07.86]M: Really? Did you like it?
[06:09.84]W: I think it was the best job
[06:11.69] I've had at school.
[06:13.19]It paid $8 an hour,
[06:15.57]which was $3 an hour more
[06:17.79]than I got when I worked
[06:19.22]at the school library the year before.
[06:22.46]M: That is a good salary.
[06:24.36]What did you do?
[06:25.78]W: I was in charge of grading
[06:27.15]all the problem sets
[06:28.56]that was assigned as homework.
[06:30.67]I never had trouble doing it,
[06:32.52]and of course, Prof. Colvin was
[06:34.88]always available
[06:35.87]to help me if I had any questions.
[06:38.94]M: The job sounds great,
[06:40.44]but I'm a little worried about
[06:42.07]how much time it might take.
[06:44.15]W: It's pretty reasonable.
[06:45.95]It never takes me more
[06:47.56]than five hours a week
[06:48.83]to do all the grading
[06:50.22]and then another 30~40 minutes
[06:52.60]to record the grades on the computer.
[06:55.48]M: That sounds manageable.
[06:57.39]I guess you can do the work
[06:59.05]when it fits into your own schedule too,
[07:01.22]can't you?
[07:02.32]W: Oh, yeah, you can do the grading
[07:04.36]in your room or in the library.
[07:07.17]You just need to get each set back
[07:09.32]for the next class,
[07:11.06]but that means you always have
[07:12.74]at least two and sometimes four days.
[07:15.69]M: It sounds great.
[07:17.43]W: Good luck with your interview.
[07:21.18]Questions 19 to 22 are based
[07:23.87]on the conversation you
[07:25.95]have just heard.
[07:28.07]19. Why was the woman able
[07:31.10]to give Dan so much information
[07:33.28]about the job?
[07:49.86]20. What do the students say
[07:52.69]about the salary for the job?
[08:10.32]21. What does Prof. Colvin's
[08:13.65]assistant do?
[08:30.41]22. What is Dan's main concern
[08:33.99]about the job?

[08:51.26]Conversation Two
[08:53.34]W: I'm really excited about
[08:55.19]having my first spring break,
[08:57.56]but I have no idea of what to do
[09:00.09]when we have no classes.
[09:01.99]M: Well, let me see.
[09:04.33]Have you ever gone camping?
[09:06.09]W: No, never. Is it fun?
[09:08.25]M: Oh, it sure is!
[09:09.67]I like camping very much,
[09:11.45] but I haven't done it
[09:13.00]for a long time. Anyway,
[09:14.70]I'll go camping over the break.
[09:17.13]Would you be interested in joining me?
[09:19.26]W: Well, I don't know,
[09:21.03]I mean I'd like to,
[09:22.52]but I totally know little
[09:24.41]about what it's like.
[09:26.31]Can you tell me something about it?
[09:28.23]M: Of course.
[09:29.31]What would you like to know?
[09:30.84]W: Where do you camp?
[09:32.18]M: Oh, there are lots
[09:33.69]of different places
[09:34.85]where you can go camping.
[09:36.49] National parks, state parks,
[09:38.70]national forests, mountains
[09:40.75]and deserts are all good for camping.
[09:43.52]W: I see. Is it expensive to go camping?
[09:46.98]M: That really depends.
[09:48.54]If you want to stay
[09:49.59]in a well-furnished cabin,
[09:51.19]the cost should be several hundred
[09:53.35] dollars for a couple of days,
[09:55.42]but if you just want to go backpacking,
[09:58.19]it costs less than $100,
[10:00.74]including everything.
[10:02.78]W: Do you need to
[10:03.64]bring your own camping gear
[10:05.42]if you go backpacking?
[10:06.88]M: Certainly.
[10:07.92]You put everything you need
[10:09.12]in your backpack, for example,
[10:11.17]the tent, the sleeping bag and so on.
[10:14.50]Then you explore a dirt road
[10:16.42]to find a secluded spot
[10:18.23]after you get to the campground.
[10:20.77]W: That sounds fun.
[10:22.33]Perhaps I should go with you.
[10:24.25]Let's discuss the details.
[10:26.30]M: Sure, come on.
[10:29.93]Questions 23 to 25 are based
[10:32.99]on the conversation
[10:34.59]you have just heard.
[10:37.28]23. How much does the woman know
[10:40.86]about camping?
[10:57.12]24. What's the price of camping
[11:00.20]according to the man?
[11:17.19]25. What will the woman probably do
[11:20.78]over the break?

[11:36.99]Section B
[11:39.15]Directions: In this section,
[11:42.35]you will hear 3 short passages,
[11:45.55]at the end of each passage,
[11:47.97]you will hear some questions.
[11:50.22] Both the passage
[11:51.35]and the questions will be spoken
[11:53.72]only once. After you hear a question,
[11:58.60] you must choose the best answer
[12:00.74]from the four choices
[12:02.29]marked A), B), C) and D).
[12:05.13]Then mark the corresponding letter
[12:07.62] on Answer Sheet 2 with a single line
[12:11.17]through the centre.
[12:13.51]Passage One
[12:15.19]The French family meal time
[12:17.27]is considered an important time
[12:18.84]of togetherness.
[12:20.62]Problems and ideas are discussed
[12:22.66]while everyone enjoys the meal.
[12:25.37]Since this is an important part
[12:27.11]of the day for each member
[12:28.53] of the family,
[12:29.80]they each make a point
[12:30.99]of allowing time
[12:32.07]for this meal, which may last
[12:34.02]from two to four hours.
[12:36.40]During this time
[12:37.49]the family may talk together
[12:39.02]about the day's events,
[12:41.00]vacation plans, events in the news,
[12:43.15]and so on. Most French families
[12:45.98]have this large meal at noon.
[12:48.41]However, in cases where the father
[12:50.44]or children do not come home
[12:52.52]during the middle of the day,
[12:54.16]the family dines together
[12:55.66]in the evening.
[12:57.51]Food is a very important part
[12:59.09]of the French way of life.
[13:01.04]The average French family
[13:02.44]spends almost half their money
[13:04.65]on food.
[13:05.87] The family meal is especially important
[13:08.01]to the mother
[13:08.99]since she has spent much of her day
[13:11.10]shopping and preparing the food
[13:12.92]with care.
[13:14.15]The meal begins almost
[13:15.66]like a ceremony
[13:17.02]as the father gives everyone
[13:18.59]some wine.
[13:20.00]He may then give everyone
[13:21.46]a slice of bread
[13:23.13]after making the sign of the cross
[13:25.15]over the loaf with the knife.
[13:27.35]Often the mother slices the bread
[13:29.33]for the family by holding the bread
[13:31.33]against herself and slicing a piece
[13:33.76]for each member of the family.
[13:36.01]After this, the family begins their meal
[13:38.33]and conversation together.
[13:42.42]Questions 26 to 29 are based
[13:45.39]on the passage you have just heard.
[13:49.36]26. Why do the French consider
[13:52.74]their family meal so important?
[14:10.55]27. How much does an average
[14:13.60]French family spend on their food?
[14:31.43]28. When does the French family meal
[14:35.05]normally start?
[14:51.96]29. What does this passage
[14:54.74]mainly talk about?

[15:11.66]Passage Two
[15:13.19]Have you ever wondered
[15:14.83]where those cute little Teddy Bears
[15:16.97]came from? They were named
[15:18.72]for President Theodore Roosevelt
[15:21.02]in 1902.
[15:23.17]President Roosevelt was on
[15:24.65]a hunting trip
[15:25.46]in Mississippi when members
[15:27.47]of the hunting party caught
[15:29.19]a black bear
[15:30.36]and tied it to a tree.
[15:32.00]President Roosevelt was called
[15:34.22]to the area to shoot the bear,
[15:36.69]but he refused to do that
[15:38.82]and said it was unsportsmanlike
[15:41.33]and showed poor manners.
[15:43.38]The Washington Post newspaper
[15:45.17]ran a cartoon showing the President
[15:47.89]refusing to shoot the bear
[15:49.83]and people all over America
[15:52.00]saw the cartoon.
[15:53.69]Morris Michtom, a shopkeeper
[15:55.81]in Brooklyn, New York,
[15:57.44]placed two toy bears
[15:59.27]in the window of his shop.
[16:01.32]Mr. Michtom requested permission
[16:03.62]from the President to
[16:04.95]call them "Teddy Bears" as Teddy
[16:07.33]is the nickname for
[16:08.65]Theodore Roosevelt.
[16:10.44]The sweet little bears
[16:11.84]with shiny button eyes were a delight
[16:14.35]to children everywhere.
[16:16.19] The Teddy Bears were made
[16:17.59]by Mr. Michtom's wife.
[16:19.73]Mr. Michtom formed a new business
[16:22.05]called the Ideal Novelty
[16:23.92]and Toy Corporation.
[16:25.73]Today, Teddy Bears are
[16:27.51] treasured toys
[16:28.70]of children all over the world.
[16:30.93]They are also collected by people
[16:33.07]and many are displayed in museums.
[16:36.31]Teddy Bears are sold
[16:37.46]by many companies
[16:38.88]and you can find them
[16:40.30]in almost any toy store,
[16:42.35]dressed in costumes
[16:43.73]or with a ribbon around the neck.
[16:47.95]Questions 30 to 32 are based
[16:50.56]on the passage you have just heard.
[16:54.21]30. Why did President Roosevelt
[16:57.36]refuse to shoot the bear?
[17:14.52]31. Why did Mr. Michtom ask
[17:17.74]for the President's permission
[17:19.06]to call the toy bears "Teddy Bears"?
[17:37.02]32. What did Mr. Michtom do
[17:40.33]after he sold the Teddy Bears in 1902?

[17:59.03]Passage Three
[18:00.64]Most people are aware that
[18:02.77]the earth is a delicate thing,
[18:04.97]and that it cannot last forever,
[18:06.59]if we do not take care of it.
[18:09.09]Apart from the dangers
[18:10.13]of blowing each other up,
[18:11.75]there is also the problem
[18:13.38]of pollution of the environment,
[18:15.60]and the destruction of wildlife
[18:17.61]by hunters. Many species of whales,
[18:20.17]for example, are in danger of extinction
[18:23.22]because of hunters
[18:24.44]who continue whaling
[18:25.71]despite the world's attempts
[18:27.58]to limit the annual catch.
[18:29.89]Seals are also threatened.
[18:31.87]With the increasing use
[18:33.58]of nuclear power
[18:34.67]to generate electricity,
[18:36.41]a new danger has arisen-
[18:38.87]the pollution of oceans
[18:40.13]by nuclear waste.
[18:41.95]The Green Peace Organization exists
[18:44.32]to draw our attention
[18:45.81]to these problems.
[18:47.36]Its aim is to protect the environment
[18:50.13]and maintain the balance of nature.
[18:52.46]It takes direct actions
[18:54.06]to prevent the killing of whales
[18:55.75] and seals,
[18:57.11]and to stop the dumping
[18:58.43]of nuclear waste at sea.
[19:00.44] Except these hindering activities
[19:02.86] in these areas,
[19:04.05]the Green Peace Organization
[19:05.52] also exerts diplomatic pressure
[19:08.16]to persuade governments
[19:09.91]to pass new laws
[19:11.20]to make these things illegal.
[19:13.81]Measures are taken
[19:14.78]to protect the environment
[19:16.24] and maintain the balance of nature.
[19:20.72]Questions 33 to 35 are based
[19:23.63]on the passage you have just heard.
[19:27.49]33. What does the speaker mean
[19:30.85]by saying "the earth is
[19:32.86]a delicate thing"?
[19:49.52]34. Why are many species of whales
[19:52.88]in danger of extinction?
[20:10.37]35. What's the aim of the
[20:12.96] Green Peace Organization
[20:14.69] according to this passage?

[20:32.17]Section C
[20:34.37]Directions: In this section,
[20:37.33]you will hear a passage three times.
[20:40.50]When the passage is read
[20:42.23]for the first time,
[20:43.79] you should listen carefully
[20:45.48]for its general idea.
[20:48.13]When the passage is read
[20:49.84]for the second time,
[20:51.27]you are required to fill in the blanks
[20:54.53]numbered from 36 to 43
[20:58.14]with the exact words
[20:59.66]you have just heard.
[21:02.15]For blanks numbered
[21:03.80]from 44 to 46 you are
[21:07.20]required to fill in
[21:08.87]the missing information.
[21:11.71] For these blanks, you can
[21:13.36]either use the exact words
[21:15.36] you have just heard
[21:17.14]or write down the main points
[21:19.34] in your own words.
[21:22.86]Finally, when the passage is read
[21:25.06]for the third time, you should check
[21:27.68]what you have written.
[21:30.23]Now listen to the passage.
[21:34.06]There's strength in numbers,
[21:35.56]particularly when you're
[21:37.16]buying health insurance.
[21:39.00] As part of a group plan,
[21:40.82]you can enjoy a significant discount
[21:43.30]on premiums as well
[21:44.96]as comprehensive policies.
[21:47.24] But if you leave that job
[21:48.81]or start another one
[21:50.62]that doesn't offer health insurance,
[21:52.82]you may be surprised at
[21:54.79]how expensive the same coverage is
[21:57.32]when you buy individual
[21:58.80]health insurance.
[22:00.58]In addition, there is no guarantee
[22:03.39]that an insurer will take you on,
[22:06.20]that's because unlike group plans,
[22:08.51]if you have health problems,
[22:10.21]individual plans are medically
[22:12.72]underwritten
[22:13.88]and insurers may reject
[22:15.95] your application
[22:17.14]or attach exclusions to your policy.
[22:20.20]However, some states
[22:21.79]don't allow this practice
[22:23.42] and require that
[22:24.75]any insurer selling
[22:26.47]individual health plans
[22:28.03]must offer you a policy,
[22:30.61]no matter what medical problems
[22:32.34]you have.
[22:33.62]However, your premiums are still likely
[22:36.15]to be substantially higher.
[22:38.45]People enrolled in individual plans
[22:41.07]pay premiums that are more in line
[22:43.52]with their expected health costs,
[22:45.68]so the premiums will be higher
[22:47.28]for those who are older or less healthy.
[22:51.94] Now the passage will be read again.
[22:55.61]There's strength in numbers,
[22:57.12]particularly when you're
[22:58.70]buying health insurance.
[23:00.52] As part of a group plan,
[23:02.36]you can enjoy a significant discount
[23:04.79]on premiums as well
[23:06.44]as comprehensive policies.
[23:08.86] But if you leave that job
[23:10.46]or start another one
[23:12.16]that doesn't offer health insurance,
[23:14.53]you may be surprised at
[23:16.30]how expensive the same coverage is
[23:18.89]when you buy individual health
[23:21.03]insurance.
[23:22.49]In addition, there is no guarantee
[23:25.00]that an insurer will take you on,
[23:27.58]that's because unlike group plans,
[23:30.01]if you have health problems,
[23:31.98]individual plans are medically
[23:34.39]underwritten
[23:35.43]and insurers may
[23:37.00]reject your application
[23:38.70]or attach exclusions to your policy.
[24:31.95]However, some states don't
[24:33.80]allow this practice
[24:35.34] and require that
[24:36.37]any insurer selling individual
[24:38.81]health plans
[24:39.75]must offer you a policy,
[25:31.30]no matter what medical problems
[25:34.04] you have.
[25:35.15]However, your premiums are still likely
[25:37.24]to be substantially higher.
[25:39.93]People enrolled in individual plans
[25:42.29]pay premiums that are more in line
[25:44.54]with their expected health costs,
[26:36.99]so the premiums will be higher
[26:38.56]for those who are older or less healthy
[26:42.58]Now the passage will be read
[26:44.02]for the third time.
[26:47.18]There's strength in numbers,
[26:48.75]particularly when you're
[26:50.22]buying health insurance.
[26:52.06] As part of a group plan,
[26:53.85]you can enjoy a significant discount
[26:56.28]on premiums
[26:57.58]as well as comprehensive policies.
[27:00.32] But if you leave that job
[27:01.96]or start another one
[27:03.62]that doesn't offer health insurance,
[27:05.91]you may be surprised at
[27:07.80]how expensive the same coverage is
[27:10.60]when you buy individual
[27:11.82]health insurance.
[27:13.64]In addition, there is no guarantee
[27:16.45]that an insurer will take you on,
[27:19.03]that's because unlike group plans,
[27:21.52]if you have health problems,
[27:23.33]individual plans
[27:25.00]are medically underwritten
[27:26.70]and insurers may reject
[27:28.98]your application
[27:30.17]or attach exclusions to your policy.
[27:33.43]However, some states
[27:34.98]don't allow this practice
[27:36.52] and require that
[27:37.90]any insurer selling
[27:39.56]individual health plans
[27:41.06]must offer you a policy,
[27:43.49]no matter what medical problems
[27:45.39] you have.
[27:46.68]However, your premiums are still likely
[27:49.01]to be substantially higher.
[27:51.26]People enrolled in individual plans
[27:53.81]pay premiums that are more in line
[27:56.34]with their expected health costs,
[27:58.72]so the premiums will be higher
[28:00.38]for those who are older or less healthy.
[28:04.85]This is the end
[28:05.70]of listening comprehension.
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