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英语专业四级2006年听力

[00:19.83]TEST FOR ENGLISH MAJORS (2006)-GRADE FOUR-

[00:27.16]PART I DICTATION

[00:30.44]Listen to the following passage.

[00:33.83]Altogether the passage will be read to you four times.

[00:39.30]During the first reading,

[00:41.38]which will be read at normal speed,

[00:44.22]listen and try to understand the meaning.

[00:48.27]For the second and third readings,

[00:51.33]the passage will be read sentence by sentence,

[00:54.83]or phrase by phrase, with intervals of 15 seconds.

[01:00.85]The last reading will be read at normal speed again

[01:05.88]and during this time you should check your work.

[01:10.14]You will then be given

[01:11.90]2 minutes to check through your work once more.

[01:16.27]Please write the whole passage on ANSWER SHEET ONE.

[01:22.73]Now listen to the passage.

[01:27.10]The Internet

[01:28.85]The Internet is the most significant progress

[01:33.66]in the field of communications.

[01:37.16]Imagine a book that never ends,

[01:40.33]a library with a million floors,

[01:45.30]or imagine a research project

[01:47.70]with thousands of scientists

[01:51.65]working around the clock forever.

[01:56.24]This is the magic of the Internet.

[01:59.96]Yet the Internet has the potential for good and bad.

[02:06.74]One can find well-organized, information-rich websites.

[02:13.09]At the same time, one can also find wasteful websites.

[02:21.73]Most websites are known

[02:23.82]as different Internet applications.

[02:28.63]These include online games, chat rooms and so on.

[02:35.63]These applications have great power too.

[02:42.08]Sometimes the power can be so great

[02:47.58]that young people may easily become victims

[02:51.94]to their attraction.

[02:54.90]So we need to recognize the seriousness of the problem.

[03:03.21]We must work together to use its power

[03:07.04]for better ends.

[03:24.62]The second and third readings,

[03:28.33]you should begin writing now.

[03:32.23]The Internet is the most significant progress in the field of communications.

[03:52.69]The Internet is the most significant progress in the field of communications.

[04:13.63]Imagine a book that never ends,a library with a million floors,

[04:35.42]Imagine a book that never ends,a library with a million floors,

[04:55.67]or imagine a research project with thousands of scientists

[05:14.70]or imagine a research project with thousands of scientists

[05:34.70]working around the clock forever.

[05:52.10]working around the clock forever.

[06:10.28]This is the magic of the Internet.

[06:27.34]This is the magic of the Internet.

[06:44.81]Yet the Internet has the potential for good and bad.

[07:04.09]Yet the Internet has the potential for good and bad.

[07:23.85]One can find well-organized, information-rich websites.

[07:43.92]One can find well-organized, information-rich websites.

[08:03.39]At the same time, one can also find wasteful websites.

[08:23.72]At the same time, one can also find wasteful websites.

[08:44.33]Most websites are known as different Internet applications.

[09:05.09]Most websites are known as different Internet applications.

[09:24.93]These include online games, chat rooms and so on.

[09:44.88]These include online games, chat rooms and so on.

[10:04.87]These applications have great power too.

[10:24.06]These applications have great power too.

[10:42.87]Sometimes the power can be so great

[11:00.50]Sometimes the power can be so great

[11:19.38]that young people may easily become victims to their attraction.

[11:40.43]that young people may easily become victims to their attraction.

[12:01.65]So we need to recognize the seriousness of the problem.

[12:21.75]So we need to recognize the seriousness of the problem.

[12:42.61]We must work together to use its power for better ends.

[13:03.02]We must work together to use its power for better ends.

[13:23.99]The last reading

[13:27.72]The Internet is the most significant progress

[13:31.44]in the field of communications.

[13:34.60]Imagine a book that never ends,

[13:38.32]a library with a million floors,

[13:42.26]or imagine a research project with thousands of scientists

[13:49.35]working around the clock forever.

[13:53.28]This is the magic of the Internet.

[13:57.77]Yet the Internet has the potential for good and bad.

[14:04.66]One can find well-organized, information-rich websites.

[14:11.75]At the same time, one can also find wasteful websites.

[14:18.97]Most websites are known as different Internet applications.

[14:26.63]These include online games, chat rooms and so on.

[14:33.73]These applications have great power too.

[14:39.42]Sometimes the power can be so great

[14:45.44]that young people may easily become victims to their attraction.

[14:53.42]So we need to recognize the seriousness of the problem.

[15:00.64]We must work together to use its power for better ends.

[15:07.56]Now you have 2 minutes to check through your work.

[16:27.17]That is the end of the Part I Dictation.

[16:45.34]PART II LISTENING COMPREHENSION

[16:50.26]In Sections A,B and C you will hear everything ONCE ONLY.

[16:58.36]Listen carefully and then answer the questions that follow.

[17:03.93]Mark the correct answer to each question on your answer sheet.

[17:11.18]SECTION A CONVERSATIONS

[17:15.88]In this section you will hear several conversations.

[17:21.46]Listen to the conversations carefully

[17:25.18]and then answer the questions that follow.

[17:29.66]Questions 1 to 3 are based on the following conversation.

[17:36.66]At the end of the conversation,

[17:39.50]you will be given 15 seconds to answer the questions.

[17:45.63]Now, listen to the conversation.

[17:49.35]M: Hello.

[17:50.22]W: Oh, hello, you must be a new student.

[17:54.27]Did you find us OK?

[17:55.91]M: Well, I got a bit lost and I had to ask a stranger,

[18:00.18]but I got here eventually.

[18:01.93]W: Oh, dear. Have you come far today?

[18:05.32]M: Only from Britain. I was staying with my brother.

[18:08.60]W: Oh, good. How did you get here?

[18:11.66]M: My brother took me to the railway station

[18:14.18]and I got a bus at this end.

[18:16.36]W: Aha, well, you'd better tell me your name,

[18:19.90]so I can find your form.

[18:21.76]M: It's Mark Bern.

[18:23.29]W: Bern, Bern.

[18:25.88]Ah, yes. Oh,you've changed since this photo.

[18:30.69]What happened to your beard and moustache?

[18:33.21]And you are not wearing glasses, either.

[18:35.67]M: No, I thought I'd better look smarter.

[18:38.18]W: Here is the key to your room. It is 501.

[18:42.12]M: Thanks. How do I get there?

[18:44.53]W: Go to the end of this corridor, turn left

[18:48.03]and it's the third door on the right.

[18:50.87]M: Thank you. Oh, there is a meeting for new students.

[18:54.59]What time is that?

[18:55.90]W: Half past five in the Common Room on the ground floor

[18:59.95]at the other end of the corridor.

[19:02.03]M: Thanks a lot. Bye.

[19:18.96]Questions 4 to 6 are based on the following conversation.

[19:23.98]At the end of the conversation,

[19:26.94]you will be given 15 seconds to answer the questions.

[19:31.64]Now, listen to the conversation.

[19:36.41]W: Hi, Steve, how are things?

[19:39.25]M: Hi, Maggie. Good, thanks. What's new with you?

[19:43.41]W: Oh, I was just wondering

[19:46.04]if you wanted to go out tonight.

[19:48.33]M: Well, I was thinking of going to the university library

[19:52.81]to do a bit of study. What have you got in mind?

[19:56.97]W: I thought we could just go for a walk,

[20:00.04]maybe down to that park near the beach.

[20:03.10]M: Tonight? You must be joking. It's too cold.

[20:07.91]W: Oh, yes. It's too cold,

[20:10.69]but I still want to go out somewhere.

[20:13.86]That new Tom Cruise's film is on in town.

[20:17.58]How about that?

[20:18.78]M: Ok, what time does it start?

[20:21.63]W: Oh, I think it's half past eight or something.

[20:25.56]I will just get the paper and have a look.

[20:28.18]Just hang on for a minute.

[20:30.38]Look, the film got fantastic review in the paper last week.

[20:35.30]M: OK, OK. Where are we going to meet?

[20:38.36]W: It'd be easier if we met at the cinema.

[20:41.76]M: OK. Where is it?

[20:43.51]W: Oh, you know, the Odeon.

[20:46.25]M: Where is that?

[20:48.00]W: Near the Town Hall and opposite the bank.

[20:51.17]M: Oh, yeah. I know where it is.

[20:53.57]OK, look, I will meet you there at fifteen past eight.

[21:13.14]Questions 7 to 10 are based on the following conversation.

[21:18.06]At the end of the conversation,

[21:20.58]you will be given 20 seconds to answer the questions.

[21:25.06]Now, listen to the conversation.

[21:30.19]W: What are you reading, Bill?

[21:31.83]M: It's this week's New Scientist, why?

[21:35.00]W: I was just wondering. It looks interesting.

[21:38.50]But I've never actually read it myself.

[21:41.45]It's for real scientists-

[21:43.97]or can ordinary people like me understand it?

[21:48.13]M: Oh, it's for anyone really.

[21:49.84]It usually has articles and stories

[21:52.14]about current affairs about science

[21:54.66]as well as papers about new developments on research.

[21:58.42]I am reading about new telephone

[22:00.72]that allows you to see the person you are speaking to

[22:03.78]as well as hear him.

[22:06.17]W: Oh, I've heard about it. Is it on the market yet?

[22:11.09]Can I buy one?

[22:12.18]M: No, not this one. But the company

[22:14.61]has made other models to try out on business.

[22:17.89]This one is special because its color

[22:20.12]and the image is moving.

[22:21.98]W: Oh, that's interesting.

[22:23.53]M: You see the first video phones—

[22:25.61]that what they called— were made in Japan.

[22:28.35]But they can only show a still, black and white image.

[22:32.07]So this video phone is much better than that.

[22:34.58]Mind you and I'm not sure I want one, would you?

[22:37.86]W: Well, no. I don't think I would.

[22:41.04]I bet it costs a lot of money.

[22:43.66]Does it say how much it costs?

[22:45.69]M: Yes, the early black and white ones

[22:48.09]cost several hundred pounds,

[22:49.95]but the one the story is about

[22:52.02]costs several thousand pounds.

[22:54.21]W: En. Why does anybody want one, do you think?

[22:58.17]M: Business organizations

[22:59.81]that need to frequently contact overseas organizations

[23:03.32]would want it. It's like a face-to-face conversation.

[23:06.59]So maybe a lot of overseas travel can be avoided.

[23:09.66]W: Yes, I suppose so.

[23:31.22]SECTION B PASSAGES

[23:35.71]In this section,you will hear several passages.

[23:39.86]Listen to the passages carefully

[23:42.71]and then answer the questions that follow.

[23:46.10]Questions 11 to 13 are based on the following passage.

[23:51.79]At the end of the passage, you will be given

[23:54.74]15 seconds to answer the questions.

[23:58.79]Now, listen to the passage.

[24:02.06]If you're in a western country,

[24:04.03]you often see people walking their dogs.

[24:07.43]It is still true that a dog

[24:10.27]is the most useful animal in the world.

[24:13.66]However the reason why one keeps the dog has changed.

[24:18.47]Once upon a time, a man met a dog

[24:21.76]and wanted it to help him in the fight

[24:24.29]against other animals.

[24:26.59]And the dog listened to him

[24:28.87]and did what he told him to do.

[24:31.93]Later people used dogs for hunting other animals.

[24:36.85]And dogs did not eat what they got

[24:39.69]until their masters agreed.

[24:42.54]Dogs were also used for driving sheep

[24:45.48]and guarding chickens.

[24:47.01]But now people in towns and cities do not need dogs

[24:52.31]to fight other animals any more.

[24:54.83]Of course, they keep them to frighten thieves.

[24:59.31]But the most important reason for keeping dogs

[25:02.37]is that they feel lonely in the city.

[25:05.66]For a child, a dog is his best friend

[25:08.93]when he has no friends to play with;

[25:11.89]for a young wife, a dog is her child

[25:15.39]when she does not have her own;

[25:18.13]for old people, a dog is also a child

[25:21.84]when their real children have grown up and left.

[25:26.32]Now people do not have to use a dog,

[25:29.06]but they keep it as a friend,

[25:31.80]just like a member of the family.

[25:49.94]Questions 14 to 17 are based on the following passage.

[25:55.63]At the end of the passage, you will be given

[25:58.91]20 seconds to answer the questions.

[26:02.19]Now, listen to the passage.

[26:07.62]I am going to work in a totally new environment.

[26:11.23]I'll have to get used to different working conditions.

[26:15.28]I am used to working in quite high-tech sort of industry

[26:19.76]that has got lots of machinery and everything.

[26:22.93]But now I am going to a place

[26:25.08]that has no machinery as such,

[26:27.81]apart from a typewriter.

[26:29.56]The place has no electricity at all, no photocopiers,

[26:34.92]all the things that you just take for granted here.

[26:38.77]They just won't be there any more.

[26:41.61]I'll be staying near the school

[26:44.14]in quite a small village.

[26:46.44]And I will be staying in a teacher's house,

[26:49.17]living with two or three other volunteer teachers.

[26:53.21]I'll have to get used to not having

[26:55.95]the variety of different foods that you have here

[26:59.31]like twenty different varieties of breakfast serial.

[27:02.71]And the range of food there

[27:04.78]is much smaller, not many choices.

[27:08.18]I'll also have to get used to getting water from a well,

[27:12.55]not having electricity

[27:14.64]which means gas lamps in the evening;

[27:18.13]which means the difficulty of preparing

[27:20.54]for the next day's lessons in poor light;

[27:23.61]which means different ways of getting your clothes washed.

[27:27.76]There will be all sorts of big differences like that,

[27:31.70]but I'll have to get used to when I arrive there.

[27:55.81]Questions 18 to 20 are based on the following passage.

[28:01.38]At the end of the passage, you will be given

[28:04.34]15 seconds to answer the questions.

[28:07.73]Now, listen to the passage.

[28:11.23]The most common type of child abuse you know

[28:14.07]is beating with the hands or with an instrument

[28:16.91]usually a cane in some places.

[28:19.97]Nearly a third of the abused children we see

[28:22.82]are in the age group between six and ten,

[28:25.66]and about sixty-five percent of them are boys.

[28:29.27]This is the age group when children

[28:31.67]are first to expect to study hard

[28:34.41]and parents have great expectations of their progresses in school.

[28:38.79]Boys of course attract more abuse

[28:41.84]such as beating because once again

[28:44.40]parental expectations are high,

[28:46.81]and boys tend to be more energetic

[28:49.13]and difficult to control than girls.

[28:52.19]Most experts seem to agree

[28:55.33]that the child abuse is caused

[28:56.92]by a combination of social

[28:58.67]and psychological factors.

[29:02.16]Families who beat their children

[29:04.35]are not particularly different from other people.

[29:07.64]The only difference that exists between them

[29:10.48]is that they lack skills in the establishing good relationships

[29:13.98]with their children. These families too,

[29:17.80]generally speaking, have other problems

[29:20.54]such as marriage problems or financial problems.

[29:24.48]Some parents are hurting their children

[29:26.88]because they strongly believe in the use of

[29:29.06]traditional discipline methods.

[29:32.01]But many of them have emotional problems.

[29:35.30]They are often the victims of violence themselves.

[29:38.80]Sometimes they even bear an unreasonable hatred for a child

[29:44.05]because they believe that the child

[29:46.02]has brought the family bad luck.

[30:04.20]SECTION C NEWS BROADCAST

[30:08.24]In this section, you will hear several news items.

[30:12.73]Listen to them carefully

[30:14.48]and then answer the questions that follow.

[30:18.08]Questions 21 and 22 are based on the following news.

[30:23.99]At the end of the news item,you will be given

[30:26.73]10 seconds to answer the questions.

[30:30.56]Now listen to the news.

[30:33.95]American coast guard officials in Florida

[30:37.33]say they have returned to Cuba

[30:39.63]a group of wouldbe migrants

[30:41.93]who try to make their way to the United States

[30:44.99]in an unusual vessel, a floating truck.

[30:49.04]They said one of their planes spotted the Cubans

[30:52.76]more than half way through their journey,

[30:55.23]and the coast guard

[30:56.64]could not believe their eyes when they saw the vessel.

[31:00.79]The Cubans had attached floats and propellers

[31:04.29]to a 1951 shabby truck.

[31:17.78]Questions 23 is based on the following news.

[31:22.48]At the end of the news item,you will be given

[31:25.55]5 seconds to answer the question.

[31:28.94]Now listen to the news.

[31:33.09]"All large and medium-sized Chinese cities

[31:36.83]will have greater air quality monitoring by 2010."

[31:41.54]says a government official.

[31:43.72]The government has spent 150 million yuan

[31:47.34]on air quality monitoring systems

[31:49.95]across China since 2000

[31:53.45]when officials began paying greater attention

[31:56.29]to air quality monitoring. More than 220 cities

[32:01.67]now have air quality monitoring systems and 42 others

[32:07.03]will have systems in place by the end of this year.

[32:16.42]Questions 24 and 25 are based on the following news.

[32:21.23]At the end of the news item,you will be given

[32:24.51]10 seconds to answer the questions.

[32:27.69]Now listen to the news.

[32:31.19]Storms sank two river ferries in southern Bangladesh on Sunday

[32:36.03]and some 90 passengers were reported missing

[32:39.20]while at least another 68 died.

[32:41.72]One of the packed ferries carrying around 150 people

[32:46.19]capsized early on Sunday on the Meghna river

[32:49.59]and 50 were rescued.

[32:51.99]A second ferry sank on the same river

[32:54.51]just one kilometer away leaving 40 passengers missing

[32:58.30]after 6 were rescued.

[33:10.70]Questions 26 is based on the following news.

[33:14.75]At the end of the news item,

[33:17.16]you will be given 5 seconds to answer the question.

[33:21.10]Now listen to the news.

[33:23.72]The Indonesian government

[33:26.14]has given official approval for an Australian consulate in Dili.

[33:31.71]The first Australian consulate officials

[33:34.56]will travel to the East Timor capital next week

[33:38.37]as well as serving the consular needs of Australian

[33:42.16]in the region.The consulate will facilitate Australian support

[33:47.45]to the United Nation's assistance mission in East Timor.

[33:51.72]The announcement follows in principle their agreement

[33:55.33]reached on the opening

[33:56.60]of the consulate between Australian prime minister

[34:00.54]and Indonesian president in Barley last month.

[34:09.43]Questions 27 and 28 are based on the following news.

[34:14.78]At the end of the news item,you will be given

[34:17.08]10 seconds to answer the questions.

[34:21.13]Now listen to the news.

[34:25.71]PepsiCo of the US and Unilever of the UK

[34:30.19]have become the latest foreign entrance

[34:33.04]in China's competitive bottle tea market.

[34:36.21]The two companies launched Lipton's iced tea

[34:40.14]in Guangzhou last week in a 50-50 venture."

[34:44.63]PepsiCo is contributing its bottling facilities

[34:48.68]and distribution networks to the alliance

[34:51.37]while Unilever provides the famous tea brand and recipe."

[34:56.40]company executive said.

[34:58.56]China has a growing bottle tea market

[35:01.72]estimated to be worth 10 billion Yuan.

[35:05.34]It has been dominated in recent years

[35:08.18]by two Taiwanese brands, Master Kang and Uni-President.

[35:13.76]Three other big brands,

[35:16.32]Nestle, Guangdong based Jianlibao and Lipton,

[35:21.13]have just entered the market this year.

[35:24.30]Swiss company Nestle

[35:25.61]is working in conjunction with Coca Cola.

[35:39.05]Questions 29 and 30 are based on the following news.

[35:44.30]At the end of the news item,you will be given

[35:47.25]10 seconds to answer the questions.

[35:50.76]Now listen to the news.

[35:53.92]The Isreali peace camp

[35:56.11]has launched the biggest protest in years

[35:59.17]with more than 100,000 people protesting on Saturday

[36:03.18]and demanding the country leave Gaza,

[36:06.13]after Palestinian militants

[36:07.88]dealt Israel's army its deadliest blow since 2002.

[36:13.21]Crowds at Tel Aviv's main square

[36:16.31]added to the growing call for withdrawal

[36:18.85]from the war-torn territory.

[36:21.36]The killing of 13 soldiers by militants

[36:24.88]in the Gaza Strip last week

[36:26.75]has deepened already strong support in Israel

[36:30.47]for Prime Minister Sharon's Gaza pullout plan

[36:34.19]which is being delayed by hardliners

[36:37.27]in his right wing Likud party.

[36:49.88]This is the end of Listening Comprehension.
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