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[ti:Model Test 01]
[al:六级预测]
[by:华研外语: www.TopwayEnglish.com]
[00:00.76]华研外语: www.TopwayEnglish.com
[00:13.79]College English Test Band 6
[00:17.43]Part II Listening Comprehension
[00:21.25]Section A
[00:23.07]Directions: In this section,
[00:25.68]you will hear 8 short conversations and 2 long conversations.
[00:30.78]At the end of each conversation,
[00:33.02]one or more questions will be asked about what was said.
[00:36.57]Both the conversation and the questions will be spoken only once.
[00:42.04]After each question there will be a pause.
[00:45.36]During the pause,
[00:46.97]you must read the four choices marked A), B), C) and D),
[00:52.15]and decide which is the best answer.
[00:55.03]Then mark the corresponding letter on Answer Sheet 1
[00:59.07]with a single line through the centre.
[01:01.57]Now let's begin with the 8 short conversations.
[01:06.49]1. W: Peter has been working five part-time jobs since he started college.
[01:12.65]He was working all day yesterday. I don't see how he does it.
[01:16.82]M: Yeah... me either.
[01:18.49]He went back to his dormitory 10 p.m.
[01:20.77]I don't see how anyone can keep up this pace of life.
[01:24.68]Q: What do we learn from the conversation?
[01:39.48]2. M: Excuse me, madam.
[01:43.40]Can I buy a ticket direct from here to Cleveland?
[01:45.89]W: Yes, but you will have to transfer at Seattle to a domestic airline.
[01:50.31]But that's no problem. They fly quite often.
[01:53.36]Q: What would the man most probably do?
[02:08.74]3. W: Hi, I have a map of the campus,
[02:13.10]but I still can't find the building with the new library in it.
[02:16.59]Can you tell me how to get there?
[02:18.20]M: That's because it's an old map.
[02:20.20]Follow me, I'm going that way myself.
[02:23.31]Q: What does the man mean?
[02:38.75]4. M: I hear a newly-invented drug can make people tell the truth
[02:43.91]and it may prove useful in questioning terrorists. Isn't it incredible?
[02:48.70]W: Simple solutions to complex problems rarely succeed.
[02:53.07]As far as I know, no such drugs are ever known to work.
[02:57.30]Q: What does the woman imply about the new drug?
[03:13.08]5. M: I can't believe I have almost spent all 9,000 dollars of my student loan.
[03:19.30]That money was supposed to last me all year.
[03:21.86]W: Maybe you should start thinking twice before you spend money,
[03:25.67]like you've been told time and time again.
[03:28.60]Q: What does the woman suggest the man do?
[03:42.97]6. W: Your stereo is too loud.
[03:47.57]The neighbors just called to complain, you know.
[03:50.37]M: Oh, yeah? I'll turn it down when they do something about their dog
[03:53.60]which keeps me awake all night with its barking.
[03:56.53]Q: What does the man imply?
[04:12.11]7. M: You know, every time I see you reviewing the notes
[04:17.15]I will wonder whether I'm behind.
[04:19.26]Are we really on Unit 6 already?
[04:21.63]W: What do you mean? I have to stay ahead. I work in the evenings.
[04:26.54]Q: What do we learn about the woman from the conversation?
[04:42.34]8. W: Something is definitely bugging you.
[04:46.63]Why are you walking up and down the room?
[04:49.37]M: It's this presentation I have to give tomorrow.
[04:51.87]I'm a bit worried but I'll get over it by then.
[04:54.81]Q: What does the man mean?
[05:09.96]Now you'll hear the two long conversations.
[05:13.21]Conversation One
[05:15.78]M: Honey, the basketball game is about to start.
[05:18.89]And could you bring some chips and a bowl of ice cream?
[05:21.69]And... uh... a slice of pizza from the fridge.
[05:24.49]W: Anything else?
[05:26.04]M: No, that's all for now. Hey, honey, you know,
[05:28.80]they're organizing a company basketball team,
[05:31.11]and I'm thinking about joining. What do you think of it?
[05:33.68]W: Humph.
[05:34.68]M: "Humph"! What do you mean "Humph"?
[05:37.16]I was the star player in high school.
[05:38.97]W: Yeah, twenty-five years ago.
[05:41.08]Look, I just don't want you to have a heart attack
[05:44.38]running up and down the court.
[05:46.06]M: So, what are you suggesting? Should I just abandon the idea?
[05:49.42]I'm not that out of shape.
[05:51.22]W: Well, you ought to at least have a physical check before you begin.
[05:55.83]I mean, it has been at least five years since you played at all.
[06:00.05]M: Well, okay, I agree with you.
[06:02.04]W: And you need to watch your diet
[06:03.76]and cut back on the fatty foods, like ice cream.
[06:06.88]And you should try eating more fresh fruits and vegetables.
[06:10.64]M: Yeah, you're probably right.
[06:12.73]I should do something to improve my diet.
[06:15.08]W: And you should take up a little weight training
[06:17.89]to strengthen your muscles or perhaps try cycling.
[06:20.63]Oh, and you need to go to bed early
[06:23.61]instead of watching TV half the night.
[06:25.85]M: Hey, you're starting to sound like my personal fitness instructor!
[06:29.40]W: No, I just love you,
[06:31.54]and I want you to be around for a long, long time.
[06:34.77]Questions 9 to 11 are based on the conversation you have just heard.
[06:40.56]9. What does the man want to do?
[06:56.71]10. What is the woman's first suggestion to her husband?
[07:15.18]11. Why does the woman suggest the man cycle?
[07:32.53]Conversation Two
[07:34.60]M: Good morning, Dr. Smith. My name is Peter.
[07:37.34]I am a freshman in your department.
[07:39.71]There are a few things that I am not quite sure of
[07:42.38]and I do need your advice.
[07:43.94]W: Thank you very much for your trust, Peter.
[07:46.55]As your academic advisor I will try my best to help you.
[07:50.16]M: Thanks. It's about my major...
[07:52.15]W: Well, what's the matter?
[07:53.83]M: I used to major in English,
[07:55.44]but now I have made up my mind to switch to Applied Linguistics,
[07:59.58]concentrating on Teaching English as a Foreign Language.
[08:02.83]W: So you want to switch majors?
[08:04.63]M: Yes. But I wonder if it is possible.
[08:06.95]W: Well, usually we allow it, as long as you have enough credits.
[08:10.68]M: That's good news for me.
[08:12.43]I'm not interested in literature and that sort of thing.
[08:15.29]I want to be a real teacher, Professor.
[08:17.53]But I'm worried about the make-up credits.
[08:19.72]W: You usually do have to make up some credits
[08:22.89]when you switch majors.
[08:24.45]Are you OK on credits?
[08:26.19]M: Not too many. I'll have to add about 12 credits
[08:29.61]as far as I can figure from my transcript.
[08:32.04]Would you please let me know
[08:33.59]how many credits are required to get a master's degree?
[08:36.72]W: Usually thirty-six credits are needed.
[08:39.39]If you take five courses per term,
[08:42.01]you'll have enough credits after just two semesters.
[08:45.24]Usually each course is worth three credits.
[08:48.24]To get the six remaining credits
[08:50.62]you either prepare a thesis or take two more courses.
[08:54.24]M: Is there anything else besides the 36 credits for the master's?
[08:58.04]W: You have to have an oral defense.
[09:00.34]M: I see. I really appreciate your help, Professor.
[09:03.33]W: Glad I can help. Good luck, Peter.
[09:06.44]Questions 12 to 15 are based on the conversation you have just heard.
[09:11.04]12. What is the woman's profession?
[09:27.16]13. Why does the man resort to the woman?
[09:45.23]14. Why does the man want to take up Teaching English
[09:50.08]as a Foreign Language?
[10:03.93]15. How many credits should the man obtain
[10:08.29]to get a master's degree?
[10:22.93]Section B
[10:24.13]Directions: In this section,
[10:27.24]you will hear 3 short passages.
[10:29.73]At the end of each passage,
[10:31.72]you will hear some questions.
[10:33.59]Both the passage and the questions
[10:35.95]will be spoken only once.
[10:38.01]After you hear a question,
[10:39.87]you must choose the best answer from the four choices
[10:43.00]marked A), B), C) and D).
[10:46.54]Then mark the corresponding letter on Answer Sheet 1
[10:50.09]with a single line through the centre.
[10:53.07]Passage One
[10:54.57]MySpace, the social networking website,
[10:58.42]is different from other websites
[11:00.54]which only provide stories about other people.
[11:03.46]MySpace is a place that allows you to broadcast your own stories
[11:08.62]and personal information to as many people as you like.
[11:12.36]Started two years ago,
[11:14.60]it is a big source of information for and about American kids.
[11:19.22]Teens are rushing to join the site, not sharing their parents' worries.
[11:24.25]For teenagers, it is reliable network to keep in touch with their friends.
[11:29.25]They will often list their surnames, birthdays,
[11:32.92]school clubs, hobbies and other personal information.
[11:37.10]"MySpace is an easy way to reach just about everyone.
[11:41.72]I don't have all the phone numbers of my acquaintances.
[11:45.20]But if I want to get in touch with one of them,
[11:48.06]I could just leave them a message on MySpace,"
[11:50.99]said Abby Van Wassen, a 16-year-old student.
[11:54.78]Since each user's personal home page
[11:57.46]lists the number of their MySpace friends,
[12:00.21]it has become yet another way of judging high school popularity.
[12:04.13]MySpace has become something teenagers feel they must have.
[12:09.49]Parents on the other hand are seriously concerned
[12:13.18]about the security problems of MySpace.
[12:16.10]The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children
[12:19.52]has received at least 288 MySpace-related complaints,
[12:24.50]according to Mary Beth Buchanan, a lawyer in Pittsburgh.
[12:28.23]"Your profile on MySpace
[12:30.55]shows all your personal information to anyone on the Web.
[12:34.47]And MySpace even lists this information by birthplace and age.
[12:38.88]It's like a free checklist for trouble-makers
[12:41.70]and it endangers children," Buchanan said.
[12:44.62]Questions 16 to 19 are based on the passage you have just heard.
[12:50.10]16. What is the difference between MySpace and other websites?
[13:08.56]17. What do we learn from the passage about MySpace?
[13:27.58]18. What is the security problem of MySpace according to Buchanan?
[13:45.05]19. What does the passage mainly talk about?
[14:01.95]Passage Two
[14:03.82]For years scientists have been worried about
[14:07.99]the effects of air pollution on the earth's natural conditions.
[14:11.91]Some believe the air inside many houses
[14:15.08]may be more dangerous than the air outside.
[14:18.31]It may be one hundred times worse.
[14:20.84]Indoor air pollution can cause a person to feel tired,
[14:24.39]to suffer eye-pain, headache and other problems.
[14:27.68]Some pollutants can cause breathing disorders,
[14:31.23]diseases of blood and even cancer.
[14:33.84]Most scientists agree
[14:36.39]that every modern house has some kind of indoor pollution.
[14:39.88]People began to notice the problem in the early 1970s.
[14:44.60]When builders began making houses and offices, they did not waste energy.
[14:50.56]To do this they built buildings
[14:52.43]that limited the flow of air between inside and outside.
[14:55.91]They also began using man-made building materials.
[14:59.95]These materials are now known to let out harmful gases.
[15:04.74]As the problem became more serious,
[15:07.49]scientists began searching for a way to deal with it.
[15:11.35]They discovered a natural pollution control system for buildings-
[15:15.52]green plants.
[15:16.97]Scientists do not really know how plants control air pollution.
[15:22.00]They believe that a plant's leaves absorb or take in the pollutants.
[15:26.73]In exchange the plant lets out oxygen through its leaves
[15:30.84]and through its tiny organizations on its roots.
[15:34.01]Scientists suggest that all buildings should have one large plant
[15:38.86]or several small plants inside for every nine square meters of space.
[15:43.71]Studies of different plants show that each absorbs different chemicals.
[15:48.25]So the most effective way to clean the air
[15:51.33]is to use different kinds of plants.
[15:54.62]Questions 20 to 22 are based on the passage you have just heard.
[15:59.60]20. According to the speaker,
[16:03.08]what problem may indoor air pollution bring to people?
[16:19.07]21. What causes the indoor air pollution according to the speaker?
[16:37.55]22. What is the most effective way to clean the air?
[16:55.56]Passage Three
[16:57.92]Before a new airliner goes into service,
[17:01.59]every part of it is tested again and again.
[17:05.01]But there are two tests that are more important than all the others.
[17:09.87]In the first test, a modern airliner must fly at very high altitudes.
[17:15.34]Air must be pumped into the plane so that the passengers can breathe.
[17:20.58]The metal structure of the plane has to be very strong for this reason.
[17:25.56]When the plane is filled with air,
[17:28.17]the air presses against the skin of the plane inside.
[17:32.15]The pressure on a small window, for example,
[17:35.20]is like a huge foot that is trying to get out.
[17:38.93]If a small part of the plane were to crack,
[17:41.79]the plane would explode in the sky.
[17:44.30]In order to test the structure of the plane,
[17:47.34]it is lowered into a huge tank of water. Then it is filled with air.
[17:52.69]The pressure inside the plane is greater
[17:56.43]than it ever will be when it is in the air.
[17:59.23]Finally, there is an explosion.
[18:01.92]Engineers can discover which part of the plane has cracked.
[18:06.29]In the second test, the test pilot must find out exactly
[18:10.95]what happens when all the engines are shut off at once.
[18:15.06]He takes the plane up very high. Then he shuts the engines off.
[18:19.86]The plane begins to fall like a stone.
[18:23.22]It is the pilot's job to find out how he can get control of the plane again.
[18:28.69]These two tests are examples of how planes are made safe
[18:33.17]before they can ever carry passengers.
[18:36.97]Questions 23 to 25 are based on the passage you have just heard.
[18:42.50]23. Why must air be pumped into the plane?
[18:59.39]24. What will possibly cause the plane to crash?
[19:17.33]25. For what purpose does the pilot shut off all the engines?
[19:35.23]Section C
[19:37.22]Directions: In this section,
[19:39.67]you will hear a passage three times.
[19:42.40]When the passage is read for the first time,
[19:44.83]you should listen carefully for its general idea.
[19:48.02]When the passage is read for the second time,
[19:50.50]you are required to fill in the blanks with the exact words you have just heard.
[19:54.86]Finally, when the passage is read for the third time,
[19:58.03]you should check what you have written.
[20:00.14]Now listen to the passage.
[20:03.13]All our dreams have something to do with our feelings,
[20:06.30]fears, longings, wishes, needs and memories.
[20:10.16]If a person is hungry, or tired, or cold,
[20:13.77]his dreams may include a feeling of this kind.
[20:17.13]If the covers on your body, such as a blanket, have slipped off your bed,
[20:21.79]you may dream that you are sleeping on ice or in snow.
[20:25.46]The material for the dream you will have tonight
[20:28.39]is likely to come from the experiences you have today.
[20:32.31]So the subject of your dream usually comes from something
[20:36.97]that has effect on you while you are sleeping
[20:39.71]and it may also use your past experiences
[20:42.57]and the wishes and the interests you have now.
[20:45.87]This is why very young children are likely to dream of fairies,
[20:50.24]older children of school examinations,
[20:53.04]hungry people of food, home-sick soldiers of their families.
[20:57.70]To show you how that is happening while you are asleep
[21:01.62]and how your wishes or needs can all be joined together in a dream,
[21:05.72]here is the story of an experiment. A man was asleep
[21:09.39]and the back of his hand was rubbed with absorbent cotton.
[21:12.88]He would dream that he was in a hospital
[21:15.51]and his charming girlfriend was visiting him,
[21:18.18]sitting on the bed and feeling his hand softly!
[21:21.42]There are some scientists who have made a special study
[21:25.09]of why we dream, what we dream, and what those dreams mean.
[21:29.50]The explanation of dreams,
[21:31.49]though a bit reasonable, is not accepted by everyone,
[21:34.91]but it offers an interesting way of dealing with the problem.
[21:39.14]They believe that dreams are mostly expressions of wishes
[21:42.83]that did not come true.
[21:44.63]Now the passage will be read again.
[21:47.81]All our dreams have something to do with our feelings,
[21:51.66]fears, longings, wishes, needs and memories.
[21:55.96]If a person is hungry, or tired, or cold,
[21:59.19]his dreams may include a feeling of this kind.
[22:02.31]If the covers on your body, such as a blanket, have slipped off your bed,
[22:07.17]you may dream that you are sleeping on ice or in snow.
[22:10.84]The material for the dream you will have tonight
[22:13.64]is likely to come from the experiences you have today.
[22:17.62]So the subject of your dream usually comes from something
[22:22.22]that has effect on you while you are sleeping
[22:25.08]and it may also use your past experiences
[22:27.94]and the wishes and the interests you have now.
[22:30.99]This is why very young children are likely to dream of fairies,
[22:35.35]older children of school examinations,
[22:38.21]hungry people of food, home-sick soldiers of their families.
[22:42.81]To show you how that is happening while you are asleep
[22:47.23]and how your wishes or needs can all be joined together in a dream,
[22:50.96]here is the story of an experiment. A man was asleep
[22:55.48]and the back of his hand was rubbed with absorbent cotton.
[22:58.90]He would dream that he was in a hospital
[23:00.89]and his charming girlfriend was visiting him,
[23:03.87]sitting on the bed and feeling his hand softly!
[23:06.92]There are some scientists who have made a special study
[23:10.67]of why we dream, what we dream,
[23:13.03]and what those dreams mean.
[23:15.15]The explanation of dreams,
[23:17.20]though a bit reasonable, is not accepted by everyone,
[23:20.56]but it offers an interesting way of dealing with the problem.
[23:24.60]They believe that dreams are mostly expressions of wishes
[23:27.77]that did not come true.
[23:29.83]Now the passage will be read for the third time.
[23:33.19]All our dreams have something to do with our feelings,
[23:37.17]fears, longings, wishes, needs and memories.
[23:41.40]If a person is hungry, or tired, or cold,
[23:44.63]his dreams may include a feeling of this kind.
[23:47.68]If the covers on your body, such as a blanket, have slipped off your bed,
[23:52.73]you may dream that you are sleeping on ice or in snow.
[23:56.16]The material for the dream you will have tonight
[23:59.08]is likely to come from the experiences you have today.
[24:02.69]So the subject of your dream usually comes from something
[24:07.66]that has effect on you while you are sleeping
[24:10.40]and it may also use your past experiences
[24:13.32]and the wishes and the interests you have now.
[24:16.49]This is why very young children are likely to dream of fairies,
[24:21.10]older children of school examinations,
[24:23.59]hungry people of food, home-sick soldiers of their families.
[24:28.50]To show you how that is happening while you are asleep
[24:32.48]and how your wishes or needs can all be joined together in a dream,
[24:36.49]here is the story of an experiment. A man was asleep
[24:40.29]and the back of his hand was rubbed with absorbent cotton.
[24:43.77]He would dream that he was in a hospital
[24:46.39]and his charming girlfriend was visiting him,
[24:49.06]sitting on the bed and feeling his hand softly!
[24:52.05]There are some scientists who have made a special study
[24:56.75]of why we dream, what we dream, and what those dreams mean.
[25:00.92]The explanation of dreams,
[25:03.22]though a bit reasonable, is not accepted by everyone,
[25:06.33]but it offers an interesting way of dealing with the problem.
[25:10.37]They believe that dreams are mostly expressions of wishes
[25:14.16]that did not come true.
[25:16.16]This is the end of Listening Comprehension.
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