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首页 英语等级考试 六级听力原文及答案2007年12月[整理].doc

英语等级考试 六级听力原文及答案2007年12月[整理].doc

英语等级考试 六级听力原文及答案2007年12月[整理].doc

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简介:本文档为《英语等级考试 六级听力原文及答案2007年12月[整理]doc》,可适用于领域,主题内容包含英语等级考试六级听力原文及答案年月整理SectionADirection:Inhissection,youwillhearshortconversa符等。

英语等级考试六级听力原文及答案年月整理SectionADirection:Inhissection,youwillhearshortconversationsandlongconversationsAttheendofeachconversation,oneormorequestionswillbeaskedaboutwhatwassaidboththeconversationandthequestionswillbespokenonlyonceAftereachquestiontherewillapauseDuringthepause,youmustreadthefourchoicesmarkedA),B),C)andD),anddecidewhichisthebestanswerThenmarkthecorrespondingletteronAnswerSheetwithasinglelinethroughthecentre注意:此部分试题请在答题卡上作答。A)SheusedtobeinpoorhealthC)ShewassomewhatoverweightB)ShewaspopularamongboysD)Shedidn’tdowellathighschoolA)AtheairportB)InarestaurantC)InabookingofficeD)AtthehotelreceptionA)TeachinghersonbyherselfB)HavingconfidenceinhersonC)AskingtheteacherforextrahelpD)TellinghersonnottoworryA)HaveashortbreakB)TaketwoweeksoffC)ContinueherworkoutdoorsD)GoonvacationwiththemanA)HeistakingcareofthistwinbrotherB)HehabeenfeelingillallweekC)HeisworriedaboutRod’shealthD)HehasbeeninperfectconditionA)ShesoldallherfurniturebeforeshemovedhouseB)ShestillkeepssomeoldfurnitureinhernewhouseC)SheplanstoputallheroldfurnitureinthebasementD)ShebroughtanewsetoffurniturefromItalylastmonthA)Thewomanwonderedwhythemandidn’treturnthebookB)Thewomandoesn’tseemtoknowwhatthebookisaboutC)Thewomandoesn’tfindthebookusefulanymoreD)ThewomanforgotlendingthebooktothemanA)Mostoftheman’sfriendsareathletesB)Fewpeoplesharethewoman’sopinionC)Themandoesn’tlooklikeasportsmanD)Thewomandoubtstheman’sathleticabilityQuestionstoarebasedontheconversationyouhaveheardA)ShehaspackeditinoneofherbagsB)ShehasprobablyleftitinataxiC)SheidgoingtogetittheairportD)Sheisafraidthatshehaslostit)A)ItendsinwinterB)ItwillcostheralotC)ItwilllastoneweekD)ItdependsontheweatherA)TheplaneistakingoffsoonB)TheremightbeatrafficjamC)ThetaxiiswaitingforthemD)ThereisalotofstufftopackA)AthomeB)Intheman’scarC)AttheairportD)BythesideofataxiQuestionstoarebasedontheconversationyouhavejustheardA)SheisthirstyforpromotionB)ShewantsamuchhighersalaryC)SheistiredofherpresentworkD)ShewantstosavetravelexpensesA)TranslatorB)TravelagentC)LanguageinstructorD)EnvironmentengineerA)LivelypersonalityandinquiringmindB)CommunicationskillsandteamspiritC)DevotionandworkefficiencyD)EducationandexperienceSectionBDirections:Inthissection,youwillhearshortpassageAttheendofeachpassage,youwillhearsomequestionsBoththepassageandthequestionswillbespokenonlyonceAfteryouhearaquestions,youmustchoosethebestanswerfromthefourchoicesmarkedA),B),C)andD)ThenmarkthecorrespondingletteronAnswerSheetwithasinglelinethroughthecentre注意:此部分试题请在答题卡上作答。PassageOneQuestionstoarebasedonthepassageyouhavejustheard(ATheycarealotaboutchildrenBTheyneedlookingafterintheiroldageCTheywanttoenrichtheirlifeexperienceDTheywantchildrentokeepthemcompanyATheyareusuallyadoptedfromdistantplacesBTheirbirthinformationisusuallykeptsecretCTheirbirthparentsoftentrytoconcealtheirbirthinformationDTheiradoptiveparentsdon’twantthemtoknowtheirbirthparentsATheygenerallyholdbadfeelingstowardstheirbirthparentsBTheydonotwanttohurtthefeelingsoftheiradoptiveparentsCTheyhavemixedfeelingsaboutfindingtheirnaturalparentsDTheyarefullyawareoftheexpensesinvolvedinthesearchAEarlyadoptionmakesforcloserparentchildrelationshipBMostpeopleprefertoadoptchildrenfromoverseasCUnderstandingisthekeytosuccessfuladoptionDAdoptionhasmuchtodowithlovePassageTwoQuestionstoarebasedonthepassageyouhavejustheardAHesufferedfrommentalillnessBHeboughtthewashingonpostCHeturnedafailingnewspaperintoasuccessDHewasonceareporterforamajornewspaperAShewasthefirstwomantoleadabigUSpublishingcompanyBShegotherfirstjobasateacherattheUniversityofChicagoCShecommittedsuicidebecauseofhermentaldisorderDShetookoverherfather’spositionwhenhediedAPeoplecametoseetheroleofwomeninthebusinessworldBKatharineplayedamajorpartinreshapingAmericans’mindCAmericanmediawouldbequitedifferentwithoutKatharineDKatharinehadexertedanimportantinfluenceontheworldPassageThreeQuestionstoarebasedonthepassageyouhavejustheardAIt’llenablethemtoenjoythebestmedicalcareBIt’llallowthemtoreceivefreemedicaltreatmentCIt’llprotectthemfrompossiblefinancialcrisesDIt’llpreventthedoctorsfromoverchargingthem(ATheycan’timmediatelygetbackthemoneypaidfortheirmedicalcostBTheyhavetogothroughverycomplicatedapplicationproceduresCTheycanonlyvisitdoctorswhospeaktheirnativelanguagesDTheymaynotbeabletoreceivetimelymedicaltreatment(ATheydon’thavetopayforthemedicalservicesBTheyneedn’tpaytheentiremedicalbillatonceCTheymustsendthereceiptstotheinsurancecompanypromptlyDTheyhavetopayamuchhigherpricetogetaninsurancepolicySectionCDirections:Inthissection,youwillhearapassagethreetimesWhenthepassageisreadforthefirsttime,youshouldlistencarefullyforitsgeneralideaWhenthepassageisreadforthesecondtime,youarerequiredtofillintheblanksnumberedfromtowiththeexactwordsyouhavejustheardForblanksnumberedfromtoyouarerequiredtofillinthemissinginformationFortheseblanks,youcaneitherusetheexactwordsyouhavejustheardorwritedownthemainpointsinyourownwordsFinally,whenthepassageisreadforthethirdtime,youshouldcheckwhatyouhavewritten注意:此部分试题请在答题卡上作答。Moreandmoreoftheword’spopulationarelivingintownsorcitiesThespeedatwhichcitiesaregrowinginthelessdevelopedcountriesis()Betweenandbigcitiesindevelopedcountries()twoandahalftimesinsize,butinotherpartsoftheworldthegrowthwaseighttimestheirsizeThey()sizeofgrowthisbadenough,buttherearenowalsovery()signsoftroubleinthe()ofpercentagesofpeoplelivingintownsandpercentagesofpeopleworkinginindustryDuringthenineteenthcenturycitiesgrewasaresultofthegrowthofindustryInEuropethe()ofpeoplelivingincitieswasalwayssmallerthanthatofthe()workinginfactoriesNow,however,the()isalmostalwaystrueinthenewlyindustrializedworld:()Withoutabaseofpeopleworkinginindustry,thesecitiescannotpayfortheirgrowth()Therehasbeenlittleopportunitytobuildwatersuppliesorotherfacilities()agrowthinthenumberofhopelessanddespairingparentsandstarvingchildrenFrom::IranintoSallytheotherdayIcouldhardlyrecognizeherDoyourememberherfromhighschoolM:Yeah,shewasalittleoutofshapebackthenWell,hasshelostalotofweightQ:WhatdoesthemanrememberofSallyW:Wedon’tseemtohaveareservationforyou,sirI’msorryM:ButmysecretarysaidthatshehadreservedaroomformehereIphonedherfromtheairportthismorningjustbeforeIgotonboardtheplaneQ:WheredoestheconversationmostprobablytakeplaceW:WhatwouldyoudoifyouwereinmyplaceM:IfPaulweremyson,I’djustnotworryNowthathisteacherisgivinghimextrahelpandheisworkinghardhimself,he’ssuretodowellinthenextexamQ:What’stheman’ssuggestiontothewomanM:You’vehadyourhandsfullandhavebeenoverworkedduringthelasttwoweeksIthinkyoureallyneedtogooutandgetsomefreshairandsunshineW:YouarerightThat’sjustwhatI’mthinkingaboutQ:What’sthewomanmostprobablygoingtodoW:Hello,JohnHowareyoufeelingnowIhearyou’vebeenillM:TheymusthaveconfusedmewithmytwinbrotherRodHe’sbeensickallweek,butI’veneverfeltbetterinmylifeQ:WhatdowelearnaboutthemanM:DidyoureallygiveawayallyourfurniturewhenyoumovedintothenewhouselastmonthW:Justtheuselesspieces,asI’mplanningtopurchaseanewsetfromItalyforthesittingroomonlyQ:WhatdoesthewomanmeanM:I’vebroughtbackyourOxfordCompaniontoEnglishLiteratureIthoughtyoumightuseitforyourpaperSorrynottohavereturneditearlierW:IwaswonderingwherethatbookwasQ:WhatcanweinferfromthatconversationW:Totellthetruth,Tony,itneveroccurstomethatyouareanathleteM:Oh,reallyMostpeoplewhomeetme,includingsomefriendsofmine,don’tthinksoeitherQ:WhatdowelearnfromtheconversationConversationOneM:Mary,IhopeyouarepackedandreadytoleaveW:Yes,I’mpacked,butnotquitereadyIcan’tfindmypassportM:YourpassportThat’stheonethingyoumustn’tleavebehindW:IknowIhaven’tlostitI’vepackedit,butIcan’trememberwhichbagit’sin()M:Well,youhavetofinditattheairportComeon,thetaxiiswaiting()W:DidyousaytaxiIthoughtweweregoinginyourcarM:Yes,well,Ihadplannedto,butI’llexplainlaterYou’vegottobethereinanhourW:Theplanedoesn’tleavefortwohoursAnyway,I’mreadytogonowM:Nowyouaretakingjustonecase,isthatrightW:No,thereisoneinthehall(客厅、门厅)aswell()M:Gosh,whatalotofstuff!You’retakingenoughforamonthinsteadofaweek()W:Well,youcan’tdependontheweatherItmightbecoldM:It’snevercoldinRomeCertainlynotinMayComeon,wereallymustgoW:Right,wearereadyWe’vegotthebagsI’msurethereisnoneedtorush()M:ThereisIaskedthetaxidrivertowaittwominutes,nottwenty()W:Look,I’msupposedtobegoingawaytorelaxYou’remakingmenervousM:Well,Iwantyoutorelaxonholidays,butyoucan’trelaxyetW:OK,Ipromisenottorelax,atleastnotuntilwegettotheairportandIfindmypassportQuestionstoarebasedontheconversationyouhavejustheardWhatdoesthewomansayaboutherpassportWhatdoweknowaboutthewoman’stripWhydoesthemanurgethewomantohurryWheredoestheconversationmostprobablytakeplaceConversationTwoW:Oh,I’mfedupwithmyjob()M:Hey,thereisaperfectjobforyouinthepapertodayYoumightbeinterestedW:Oh,whatisitWhatdotheywant()M:WaitaminuteEr,hereitisTheEuropeanSpaceAgencyisrecruitingtranslators()W:TheEuropeanSpaceAgencyM:Well,that’swhatitsaysTheyneedanEnglishtranslatortoworkforFrenchorGerman()W:SotheyneedadegreeinFrenchorGerman,IsupposeWell,I’vegotthatWhat’smore,IhaveplentyofexperienceWhatelsearetheyaskingforM:JustthatAuniversitydegreeandthreeorfouryearsofexperienceasatranslatorinaprofessionalenvironment,Theyalsosaythepersonshouldhavealivelyandenquiringmind,effectivecommunicationskillsandtheabilitytoworkindividuallyorasapartoftheteamW:Well,ifIstayatmypresentjobmuchlonger,Iwon’thaveanymindorskillsleftBytheway,whataboutsalaryIjusthopeitisn’tlowerthanwhatIgetnowM:It’ssaidtobenegotiableItdependsontheapplicant’seducationandexperience()Inadditiontobasicsalary,thereisalistofextrabenefitsHavealookyourselfW:Hmm,travelandsocialsecurityplusrelocationexpensesarepaidHeythisisn’tbadIreallywantthejobQuestionstoarebasedontheconversationyouhavejustheardWhyisthewomantryingtofindanewjobWhatpositionisbeingadvertisedinthepaperWhatarethekeyfactorsthatdeterminethesalaryofthenewpositionSectionBPassageOneWhencouplesgetmarried,theyusuallyplantohavechildrenSometimes,however,acouplecannothaveachildoftheirownInthiscase,theymaydecidetoadoptachildInfact,adoptionisverycommontodayThereareaboutthousandadoptionseachyearintheUnitedStatesaloneSomepeopleprefertoadoptinfants,otherstoadoptolderchildrenSomecouplesadoptchildrenfromtheirowncountries,othersadoptchildrenfromforeigncountriesInanycase,theyalladoptchildrenforthesamereasontheycareaboutchildrenandwanttogivetheiradoptedchildahappylife()MostadoptedchildrenknowthattheyareadoptedPsychologistsandchildcareexpertsgenerallythinkthisisagoodideaHowever,manyadoptedchildrenoradopteeshaveverylittleinformationabouttheirbiologicalparentsAsamatteroffact,itisoftenverydifficultforadopteestofindoutabouttheirbirthparentsbecausethebirthrecordsofmostadopteesareusuallysealed()Theinformationissecretsonoonecanseeit()Naturally,adoptedchildrenhavedifferentfeelingsabouttheirbirthparentsManyadopteeswanttosearchforthem,butothersdonotThedecisiontosearchforbirthparentsisadifficultonetomakeMostadopteeshavemixedfeelingsaboutfindingtheirbiologicalparents()Eventhoughadopteesdonotknowabouttheirnaturalparents,theydoknowthattheiradoptedparentswantthem,lovethemandwillcareforthem()QuestionstoarebasedonthepassageyouhavejustheardAccordingtothespeaker,whydosomecouplesadoptchildrenWhyisitdifficultforadopteestofindoutabouttheirbirthparentsWhydomanyadopteesfindithardtomakethedecisiontosearchfortheirbirthparentsWhatcanweinferfromthepassagePassageTwoCatherineGramgraduatedfromtheUniversityofChicagoinandgotajobasanewsreporterinsanFranciscoCatherine’sfatherusedtobeasuccessfulinvestmentbankerIn,heboughtafailingnewspaper,TheWashingtonPost()ThenCatherinereturnedtoWashingtonandgotajob,editinglettersinherfather’snewspaperShemarriedPhilipGram,whotookoverhisfatherinlaw’spositionshortlyafterandbecameapublisherofTheWashingtonPostButformanyyears,herhusbandsufferedfrommentalillnessandhekilledhimselfinAfterherhusband’sdeath,CatherineoperatedthenewspaperInthes,thenewspaperbecamefamousaroundtheworldandCatherinewasalsorecognizedasanimportantleaderinnewspaperpublishingShewasthefirstwomantoheadamajorAmericanpublishingcompany,theWashingtonPostcompany()Inafewyears,shesuccessfullyexpandedthecompanytoincludenewspaper,magazine,broadcastandcablecompaniesShediedofheadinjuriesafterafallwhenshewasMorethanthousandpeopleattendedherfuneral,includingmanygovernmentandbusinessleadersHerfriendssaidshewouldberememberedasawomanwhohadanimportantinfluenceoneventsintheUnitedStatesandtheworldCatherineoncewrote,“Theworldwithoutnewspaperswouldnotbethesamekindofworld”Afterherdeath,theemployeesoftheWashingtonPostwrote,“TheworldwithoutCatherinewouldnotbethesameatall”()QuestionstoarebasedonthepassageyouhavejustheardWhatdowelearnfromthepassageaboutCatherine’sfatherWhatdoesthespeakertellusaboutCatherineGramWhatdoesthecommentbyemployeesofTheWashingtonPostsuggestPassageThreeObtaininggoodhealthinsuranceisarealnecessitywhileyouarestudyingoverseasItprotectsyoufromminorandmajormedicalexpensesthatcanwipeoutnotonlyyoursavingsbutyourdreamsofaneducationabroad()Thereareoftentwodifferenttypesofhealthinsuranceyoucanconsiderbuying,internationaltravelinsuranceandstudentinsuranceinthecountrywhereyouwillbegoingAninternationaltravelinsurancepolicyisusuallypurchasedinyourhomecountrybeforeyougoabroadItgenerallycoversawidevarietyofmedicalservicesandyouareoftengivenalistofdoctorsintheareawhereyouwilltravelwhomayevenspeakyournativelanguageThedrawbackmightbethatyoumaynotgetyourmoneybackimmediately,()inotherwords,youmayhavetopayallyoumedicalexpensesandthenlatersubmityourreceiptstotheinsurancecompanyOntheotherhand,gettingstudentheathinsuranceinthecountrywhereyouwillstudymightallowyoutoonlypayacertainpercentageofthemedicalcostatthetimeoftheserviceandthusyoudon’thavetohavesufficientcashtopaytheentirebillatonce()Whateveryoudecide,obtainingsomeformofhealthinsuranceissomethingyoushouldconsiderbeforeyougooverseasYoushouldn’twaituntilyouaresickwithamajormedicalbillstopayoffQuestionstoarebasedonthepassageyouhavejustheardWhydoesthespeakeradvisetheoverseasstudentstobuyhealthinsuranceWhatisthedrawbackofthestudents,buyinginternationaltravelinsuranceWhatdoesthespeakersayaboutstudents’gettinghealthinsuranceinthecountrywheretheywillstudySectionCCompoundDictationMoreandmoreoftheworld’spopulationarelivingintownsorcitiesThespeedatwhichcitiesaregrowinginthelessdevelopedcountriesisalarming()Betweenandbigcitiesindevelopedcountriesincreased()twoandahalftimesinsize,butinotherpartsoftheworldthegrowthwaseighttimestheirsizeThesheer()sizeofgrowthisbadenough,buttherearenowalsoverydisturbing()signsoftroubleinthecomparison()ofpercentagesofpeoplelivingintownsandpercentagesofpeopleworkinginindustry,Duringthenineteenthcentury,citiesgrewasaresultofthegrowthofindustryInEuropetheproportion()ofpeoplelivingincitieswasalwayssmallerthanthatoftheworkforce()workinginfactoriesNow,however,thereverse()isalmostalwaystrueinthenewlyindustrializedworld:Thepercentageofpeoplelivingincitiesismuchhigherthanthepercentageworkinginindustry()Withoutabaseofpeopleworkinginindustry,thesecitiescannotpayfortheirgrowthThereisnotenoughmoneytobuildadequatehousesforthepeoplethatlivethere,letalonethenewarrivals()TherehasbeenlittleopportunitytobuildwatersuppliesorotherfacilitiesSothefiguresforthegrowthoftownsandcitiesrepresentproportionalgrowthofunemploymentandunderemployment,()agrowthinthenumberofhopelessanddespairingparentsandstarvingchildren

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