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历年英语四级听力原文之2011年6月

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       13.M:Congratulations!IheardyourbaseballteamisgoingtotheMiddleAtlanticChampionship.W:Yeah,wereallworkingrealhardrightnow!Q:Whatisthewomansteamdoing?答案:A.TrainingfortheMid-AtlanticChampionship.解析:对话开头男生提到女生所在的棒球队要加入Mid-AtlanticChampionship.女生说:wereallworkingrealhardrightnow!(咱现时正紧锣密鼓地习题呢!)由此可知,女生所在的棒球队正进展赛前训。

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       Q:WhatdowelearnaboutJohn?2011年6月英语四级短对话听力原文15-1815.M:Whataboringspeaker!Icouldhardlystayawake.W:Well,Idon’tknow.InfactIthinkit’sbeenalongtimesinceI’veheardanyoneisgood.Q:Whatdowelearnfromtheconversation?16.W:I’mhavingalotoftroublewithlogicanditseemsmyprofessorcan’texplainitinawaythatmakessensetome.M:Youknow,thereisatutoringserviceoncampus.Iwasabouttodropstatisticsbeforetheyhelpedmeout.Q:Whatdoesthemanmean?17.M:thisisastylishovercoat.Isawyouwearingitlastweek,didn’tI?W:oh,thatwasn’tme.ThatwasmysisterJill.Sheisinyourclass.Q:Whatdoesthewomanmean?18.M:Jane,supposeyoulostallyourmoneywhiletakingavacationoverseas,whatwouldyoudo?M:well,IguessI’dsellmywatchorcomputerordosomeoddjobstillIcanaffordareturnplaneticket.Q:whatarethespeakerstalkingabout?2011年6月英语四级听力长对话1M:Hello,ProfessorJohnson.W:Hello,Tony,sowhatshallweworkontoday?M:Well,theproblemisthatthiswritingassignmentisn’tcomingoutright.WhatIthoughtIwaswritingonwastotalkaboutwhataparticularsportmeanstomewhenIparticipatein.W:Whatsportdidyouchoose?M:Idecidedtowriteaboutcross-countryskiing.W:Whatareyougoingtosayaboutskiing?M:That’stheproblem.IthoughtIwouldwriteabouthowpeacefulitistobeoutinthecountry.W:Sowhyisthataproblem?M:I’dliketostartdescribinghowquiteitistobeoutinthewoods.Ikeepmentioninghowmucheffortittakestokeepgoing.Cross-countryskiingisn’tassimpleassomepeoplethink.Ittakesalotofenergy,butthat’snotheartofmypaper,soIguessIshouldleaveitout.ButnowIdon’tknowhowtoexplainthatfeelingofpeacefulnesswithoutexplaininghowhardyouhavetoworkforit.Itallfitstogether.It’snotlikejustsittingdownsomewhereandwatchingthecloudsrollby.That’sdifferent.W:Thenyouhavetoincludethatinyourpoint.Thepeacefulnessofcross-countryskiingisthekindyouearnbyeffort.Whyleavethatout?Partofthepointyouknewbeforehand,butpartyoudiscoveredasyouwrote.That’scommon,right?M:Yeah,Iguessso.Q19.Whatisthetopicoftheman’swritingassignment?Q20.Whatproblemdoesthemanhavewhileworkingonhispaper?Q21.Whatdoesthewomansayiscommoninwritingpapers?听力长对话2原文W:Goodevening,andwelcometothisweek’sBusinessWorld,aprogramforandaboutbusinesspeople.TonightwehaveMr.AngelinowhocametotheUnitedStatessixyearsagoandnowheisanestablishedbusinessmanwiththreerestaurantsintown.Tellus,MRAngelino,howdidyougetstarted?M:well,Istartedoffwithasmalldiner,Ididallthecookingmyselfandmywifewaitedontables,itwasreallytoomuchworkfortwopeople,mycookingisgreatandwordgotarounddowntownaboutthefood.Withinayear,Ihadtohireanothercookandfourwaitresses.whenthatrestaurantbecameverybusy.Idecidedtoexpandmybusiness.nowwiththreeplaces,mymainconcerniskeepingthebusinesssuccessfulandrunningsmoothlyW:Doyouadvertise?M:oh,yes.Idon’thaveanyTVcommercialsbecausetheyaretooexpensive.butIhaveadvertisedalotonradioandinlocalnewspapers.MychildrenusedtodistributeAdsinnearbyshoppingcenters,butwedon’tneedtodothatanymoreW:whydoyoubelieveyou’vebeenverysuccessfulM:Ialwaysservedfreshpossiblefood,andImaketheatmosphereascomfortableandaspleasantasIcansothatmycustomerswillwanttocomebackagainW:soyouwillalwaysaimtopleasethecustomersM:absolutelyW:withoutthem,IwouldhavenobusinessatallM:thankyouMRAngelino.IthinkyouradvicewouldbehelpfultothosejuststartingoutinbusinessQuestion22-25arejustbasedonwhatyouhavejustheard:22:whatisthewoman’soccupation?23:whatdowelearnaboutMRAngelino’sbusinessatitsbeginning?24:whatdidMRAngelinosayaboutadvertisinginbusiness?25:whatdoesthemansaycontributethesuccessofthebusiness?听力了解短文原文SectionBPassageOneTherearemanycommonlyheldbeliefsabouteyeglassesandeyesightthatarenotprovenfacts.Forinstance,somepeoplebelievethatwearingglassestoosoonweakenstheeyes.Butthereisnoevidencetoshowthatthestructureofeyesischangedbywearingglassesatayoungage.Wearingthewrongglasses,however,canproveharmful.Studiesshowthatforadultsthereisnodanger,butchildrencandeveloplossofvisioniftheyhaveglassesinappropriatefortheireyes.Wehaveallheardsomeofthecommonmythsabouthoweyesightgetsbad.Mostpeoplebelievethatreadingindimlightcausespooreyesight,butthatisuntrue.Toolittlelightmakestheeyesworkharder,sotheydogettiredandstrained.Eyestrainalsoresultsfromreadingalot,readinginbed,andwatchingtoomuchtelevision.However,althougheyestrainmaycausesomepainorheadaches,itdoesnotpermanentlydamageeyesight.Anothermythabouteyesisthattheycanbereplaced,ortransferredfromonepersontoanother.Thereareclosetoonemillionnervefibresthatconnecttheeyeballtothebrain,asofyetitisimpossibletoattachthemallinanewperson.Onlycertainpartsoftheeyecanbereplaced.Butifwekeepclearingupthemythsandlearningmoreabouttheeyes,somedayafulltransplantmaybepossible.Questions26to28arebasedonthepassageyouhavejustheard.26\\.Whatdoesthespeakerwanttotellusabouteyesight?27\\.Whatdostudiesaboutwearingthewrongglassesshow?28\\.Whatdowelearnabouteyetransplantingfromthetalk?PassageTwoWhenpeoplecareforanelderlyrelative,theyoftendonotuseavailablecommunityservices,suchasadultdaycarecenters.Ifthecaregiversareadultchildren,theyaremorelikelytousesuchservices,especiallybecausetheyoftenhavejobsandotherresponsibilities.Incontrast,aspouse,usuallythewife,ismuchlesslikelytousesupportservicesortoputthedependentpersoninanursinghome.Socialworkersdiscoverthatthewifenormallytriestotakecareofherhusbandherselfforaslongasshecaninordernottouseuptheirlifesavings.Researchershavefoundthatcaringfortheelderlycanbeaverypositiveexperience.Theelderlyappreciatedthecareandattentiontheyreceived.Theywereaffectionateandcorporative.However,evenwhencaregivingissatisfying,itishardwork.Socialworkersandexpertsonagingoffercaregiversandpotentialcaregivershelpwhenarrangingforthecareofanelderlyrelative.Oneconsiderationistoaskparentswhattheywantbeforetheybecomesickordependent.Perhapstheyprefergoingintoanursinghomecanselectoneinadvance.Ontheotherhand,theymaywanttolivewiththeiradultchildren.Caregiversmustalsolearntostatetheirneedsandopinionsclearlyandaskforhelpfromothersespeciallybrothersandsisters.Brothersandsistersareoftenwillingtohelpbuttheymaynotknowwhattodo。

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