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新东方新六级听力

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简介:本文档为《新东方新六级听力doc》,可适用于文学艺术领域

基本知识新旧六级比较具体变化:题型增多分值由上升至时间也相应从分钟变为分钟。()老六级SectionA:shortconversationsSectionB:passagesorcompounddictation()新六级SectionA:shortconversationsandlongconversationsSectionB:passagesSectionC:compounddictation(个空)新六级考试时间分配():进入考场()::发试卷():开始考试::写作::快速阅读::收答题卡一::听力部分::剩余部分():考试结束解决做题会出现的三种情况:听不懂)音的问题①美音和英音区别:A美音中元音开口特别大而英音开口特别小B辅音浊化:美音中清辅音在两个元音夹击下则变为浊辅音C儿化音:美音中如果字母加上r则产生儿化音②重读和弱读语音和语调)语速的问题①连读常见的连读方式:A辅音元音:在一句话中前一个单词以辅音结尾后一个单词以元音开头两词处于同一义群且语速较快时就发生连读。B辅音辅音:在一句话中前一个单词以辅音结尾后一个单词以辅音开头后一个辅音发音前一个不发音。听什么?)小词)短语)一词多义听懂了但做不对题)场景两大固定场景:①campuslife(校园生活)②dailylife(日常生活))技巧和规律六个技巧:听前:①快速阅读选项②预测内容和题型听中:①理解大意抓住主题②注意小词和短语听后:①选择相近的选项②争取去找对立的选项如何正确阅读选项?①阅读选项的技巧:scan关键要抢时间扫读、略读。②阅读扫描的技巧:找异同点先纵读再横读“莫非”法则:凡事要向不好的方面去思维Ifanythingcangowrong,itwill①出去玩儿一定会下雨。②汽车、火车、飞机、轮船基本都是晚点。③男生VS女生女生样样比男生好注意两点:①勇于放弃要果断选择答案②一般情况下不要轻意地改动自己的第一选择年月英语六级听力真题A)OnMondaynightB)OnThursdaynightC)OnFridaymorningD)OnThursdaymorningA)LethimmovetoaroomwithtwosinglebedsB)ChecktoseeifthereareanyvacanciesinherhotelC)TrytohelphimfindroomsinanotherhtandthemostinfluentialorganizationforblindpeopleinthiscountryistheNationalFederationoftheBlindItsofficialssaythenationdoesn’thaveanycollegesoruniversitiesthatserveonlyblindstudentsTheysaythereasonforthisisthatblindpeoplemustlearntoliveamongpeoplewhocanseeAmericancollegesanduniversitiesdoacceptblindandvisuallyimpairedstudentsAndtheyprovideservicestohelpthesestudentssucceedForexample,collegesfindpeoplewhowritedownwhattheprofessorssayinclassAndtheyprovidetechnologythatcanhelpblindstudentswiththeirworkHowever,expertssaycollegescanbesthelpblindstudentsbymakingitclearthathestudentsshouldlearntohelpthemselvesOneblindAmericanstudentnamedTimCordesrecentlymadenewsbecausehegraduatedfrommedicalschoolattheUniversityofWisconsinHesaysthetechnologywasoneofthereasonshesucceededHeusedacomputerthatreadintohisearphonewhathewastypingHealsousedasmallprinterthatpermittedhimtowritenotesabouthispatientsinthehospitalHedidhisundergraduateworkattheUniversityofNotreDameinSouthBand,IndianaNationalFederationoftheBlindofficialssayblindstudentsfromothernationsdocometotheUnitedStatestoattendcollegeSomecanevengetfinancialaidTheFederationawardsaboutthirtyscholarshipseachyearthathavenocitizenshiprequirementQuestionstoarebasedonthepassageyouhavejustheardQuestion:accordingtoofficialsofNationalfederationoftheBlind,whyaretherenospecialcollegesfroblindstudentsonlyQuestion:Accordingtoexperts,howcancollegesbesthelpblindstudentsQuestion:WhatisoneofthereasonsgivenbyTimCordes,ablindstudent,forhissuccessQuestion:WhatcanblindstudentsfromoverseasdotostudyinAmerica,accordingtotheNationalFederationoftheBlind年月新六级试题听力部分PartIIIListeningComprehension(minutes)注意:此部分试题请在答题卡上作答。SectionAADrSmith’swaitingroomisn’ttidyBDrSmithenjoysreadingmagazinesCDrSmithhasleftagoodimpressiononherDDrSmithmaynotbeagoodchoiceAThemanwillrenttheapartmentwhenitisavailableBThemanmadeabargainwiththelandladyovertherentCThemaninsistsonhavingalookattheapartmentfirstDThemanisnotfullysatisfiedwiththeapartmentAPackinguptogoabroadBBrushinguponherEnglishCDrawingupaplanforherEnglishcourseDApplyingforavisatotheUnitedStatesAHeisanxioustofindacureforhishighbloodpressureBHedoesn’tthinkhighbloodpressureisaproblemforhimCHewasnotawareofhisillnessuntildiagnosedwithitDHedidnottakethesymptomsofhisillnessseriouslyAToinvestigatethecausesofAIDSBToraisemoneyforAIDSpatientsCTorallysupportforAIDSvictimsinAfricaDTodrawattentiontothespreadofAIDSinAsiaAIthasaverylonghistoryBItisaprivateinstitutionCItwasfoundedbyThomasJeffersonDItstressesthecomprehensivestudyofnatureATheycan’tfitintothemachineBTheyhavenotbeendeliveredyetCTheyweresenttothewrongaddressDTheywerefoundtobeofthewrongtypeAThefoodservedinthecafeteriausuallylacksvarietyBThecafeteriasometimesprovidesrarefoodforthestudentsCThestudentsfindtheserviceinthecafeteriasatisfactoryDThecafeteriatrieshardtocatertothestudents’needsAHepickedupsomeapplesinhisyardBHecutsomebranchesofftheappletreeCHequarreledwithhisneighboroverthefenceDHecleanedupallthegarbageinthewoman’syardATrimtheappletreesinheryardBPickuptheapplesthatfellinheryardCTakethegarbagetothecurbforherDRemovethebranchesfromheryardAFilealawsuitagainstthemanBAskthemanforcompensationCHavetheman’sappletreecutdownDThrowgarbageintotheman’syardAHewasreadytomakeaconcessionBHewasnotpreparedtogotocourtCHewasnotintimidatedDHewasabitconcernedABadweatherBHumanerrorCBreakdownoftheenginesDFailureofthecommunicationssystemATwothousandfeetBTwelvethousandfeetCTwentythousandfeetDTwentytwothousandfeetAAccuratecommunicationisofutmostimportanceBPilotsshouldbeabletospeakseveralforeignlanguagesCAircontrollersshouldkeepaclosewatchontheweatherDCooperationbetweenpilotsandaircontrollersinessentialSectionBAHisfathercaughtaseriousdiseaseBHismotherpassedawayCHismotherlefthimtomarryarichbusinessmanDHisfathertooktodrinkingAHedislikedbeingdisciplinedBHewasexpelledbytheuniversityCHecouldn’tpayhisgamblingdebtsDHeenjoyedworkingforamagazineAHispoemsareheavilyinfluencedbyFrenchwritersBHisstoriesaremainlysetintheStateofVirginiaCHisworkisdifficulttoreadDHislanguageisnotrefinedAHegrievedtodeathoverthelossofhiswifeBHecommittedsuicideforunknownreasonsCHewasshotdeadattheageofDHediedofheavydrinkingAWomenBPrisonersCManualworkersDSchoolagechildrenAHetaughthisstudentshowtopronouncethelettersfirstBHematchedtheletterswiththesoundsfamiliartothelearnersCHeshowedthelearnershowtocombinethelettersintosimplewordsDHedividedthelettersintogroupsaccordingtothewaytheyarewrittenAItcanhelppeopletobecomeliteratewithinashorttimeBItwasoriginallydesignedforteachingtheEnglishlanguageCItenablesthelearnerstomasteralanguagewithinthreemonthsDItiseffectiveinteachinganyalphabeticallanguagetoBraziliansAThecrop’sbloomingperiodisdelayedBTherootsofcropsarecutoffCThetopsoilisseriouslydamagedDThegrowthofweedsisacceleratedAIt’sanewwayofapplyingchemicalfertilizerBIt’sanimprovedmethodofharvestingcropsCIt’sacreativetechniqueforsavinglaborDIt’safarmingprocesslimitingtheuseofploughsAInareaswithfewweedsandunwantedplantsBInareaswithasevereshortageofwaterCInareaslackinginchemicalfertilizerDInareasdependentonimportedfoodSectionCAdultsaregettingsmarterabouthowsmartbabiesareNotlongago,researcherslearnedthatdayoldscouldunderstand()andsubtractionNowBritishresearch()GrahamSchaferhasdiscoveredthatinfantscanlearnwordsforuncommonthingslongbeforetheycanspeakHefoundthatmontholdinfantscouldbetaught,throughrepeatedshowandtell,to()thenamesofobjectsthatwereforeigntothem,aresultthat()insomewaysthereceived()that,apartfromlearningto()thingscommontotheirdailylives,childrendon’tbegintobuildvocabularyuntilwellintotheirsecondyear“It’sno()thatchildrenlearnwords,butthewordstheytendtoknowarewordslinkedto()situationsinthehome”explainsSchafer()withanunfamiliarvoicegivinginstructionsinanunfamiliarsetting“Figuringouthowhumansacquirelanguagemayshedlightonwhysomechildrenlearntoreadandwritelaterthanothers,”Schafersays,“andcouldleadtobettertreatmentsfordevelopmentalproblems”()“Languageisatestcaseforhumancognitivedevelopment,”saysSchafer“butparentseagertoteachtheirinfantsshouldtakenote()”Thisisnotaboutadvancingdevelopment,hesays,it’sjustaboutwhatchildrencandoatanearlieragethanwhateducatorshaveoftenthoughtKey:SectionADCBCDABABDACDAASectionBBCCDADACBBSectionC详见听力原文听力原文CollegeEnglishTestBandSixPartThree:ListeningComprehensionSectionA:Directions:InthissectionyouwillheareightshortconversationsandtwolongconversationsAttheendofeachconversation,oneormorequestionswillbeaskedaboutwhatwassaidBoththeconversationsandthequestionswillbespokenonlyonceAftereachquestion,therewillbeapauseDuringthepause,youmustreadthefourchoicesmarkeda),b),c),andd),anddecidewhichisthebestanswerThenmarkthecorrespondingletteronanswersheettwowithasinglelinethroughthecenterNow,let’sbeginwitheightshortconversationsQuestions:W:IneedtofindadentistyousaidyouknowDrSmithwell,doyourecommendherM:Well,Ihadtoseeherafewtimes,butwhatimpressedmemostwerethemagazinesinherwaitingroomQ:WhatdoesthewomanimplyQuestion:W:I’mafraidIcan’tshowyoutheapartmentatthemoment,becausethetenantisstilllivinginitIt’sreallyalovelyplace,withabigkitchenandasunnywindow,foronlytwohundreddollarsamonthM:Soundsgood,butwereallycan’trentanapartmentwithoutseeingitfirstQ:WhatdowelearnfromtheconversationQuestion:M:So,that’swhat’sbeenkeepingyousobusyrecently!W:Yes,I’vebeentiedupwithmystudiesYouknowI’mplanningtogototheUnitedStatesthiscomingsummer,butI’mabitnervousaboutmyEnglishQ:WhatisthewomanbusydoingQuestion:W:HowdidyoufeelwhenyoufoundoutyouhadhighbloodpressureM:Shocked!TheproblemformewasthattherewerenosymptomsitseemedtohavesneakeduponmeQ:WhatdoesthemanmeanQuestion:W:So,you’rejustbackfromatriptoIndiaWhatwereyoudoingthereM:Thetripwasintendedtobringtotheworld’sattentionthefactthatAIDSisnotjustanAfricandiseaseit’salsoendangeringothercountries,notably,IndiaandThailandQ:Whatwasthepurposeoftheman’striptoIndiaQuestionM:It’squiteclearformmyvisit,thisisafullsize,comprehensiveuniversitySowhyisitstillcalledacollegeW:TheCollegeofWilliamandMaryisthesecondoldestinstitutionofhigherlearninginthiscountryWehavenurturedgreatmindslikeThomasJeffersonandweareproudofournameQ:WhatdowelearnfromthisconversationabouttheCollegeofWilliamandMaryQuestion:M:HavethepartsweneedforthephotocopyingmachinearrivedyetW:Iorderedthemlastweek,butsomethingisholdingthemupQ:WhatdoesthewomansayaboutthepartsneededforthephotocopyingmachineQuestion:W:ThecafeteriaprovidedmanykindsofdishedforustodayDidyounoticethatM:Yes,kindofrare,isn’titQ:WhatdoesthemanimplyNowyou’llhearthetwolongconversationsConversationOne:W::Hello,Patrick,isthatyouM:YeahJane,whatcanIdoforyouW:IwascallingabouttheappletreethatyouweretrimmingyesterdayM:Thatwashardwork!W:I’msureitwasItsurelookeddifficultM:Yeah,I’mgladit’sfinishedHaulingthebranchestothefrontforgarbagepickupwasnofuneitherW:Well,Idon’tthinkyou’requitefinishedyet,someofthelargerbranchesfelloverintomyyard,andIthinkyoushouldcomeandgetthemM:ListenJane,Idon’tseewhyIshoulddothatYoueatalltheapplesthatfallinyouryardandyou’venevercomplainedaboutthatbeforeW:Well,it’seasiertopickupapplesthentodragtreebranchesallthewaytothecurbMykidspickuptheapples,andthebranchesarejusttoobigforthemtodragM:Well,Iguessyou’lljusthavetodoityourselfJaneW:Patrick,IwishyouwouldreconsiderWe’vealwaysgottenalongfairlywell,butIthinkyou’reoutoflinehereThebranchesareyourresponsibilityM:SorryJane,Idisagree!Youtakethebenefitsoftheappletree,butrefusetodealwiththebadsideofit!Besides,itwon’ttakeyouanytimetogetthebranchesoutfront!W:GetthebranchesoffmypropertyorI’llhavetosueyouM:YeahForwhat!You’retakingthoselawclassestooseriously!I’vegottago,IhavetopickupmysonW:You’llbehearingfrommeM:Yeah,yeahSeeyouincourtJaneQuestionsarebasedonthequestionsyouhavejustheardQuestion:WhatdidthemandoyesterdayQuestion:WhatdidthewomanaskthemantodoQuestion:WhatdidthewomanthreatentodoQuestion:Whatwastheman’sreactiontothewoman’sthreatConversationTwo:M:DidyouhearabouttheaircrashthatoccurredinSouthAmericarecentlyItwasquiteatragicaccident!W:NoIdidn’tseeanythinginthenewsaboutitWhathappenedM:AforeignairlinerwasattemptingtolandatnightinamountainousareainArgentinaandflewintoahill!W:Thatsoundsreallyterrible!DidanyonesurviveM:No,everyoneaboard,includingthecrew,waskilledinstantlyW:WhatwerethecircumstancesWeretheybadweather,afire,orenginefailureM:Apparently,therewassomelowcloudsinthearea,butmostlyitwasjustmiscommunicationbetweenthepilotsandthearetrafficcontrollersW:Weren’ttheybothspeakinginEnglish,theofficialinternationalaviationlanguageM:Yestheywere,butthetransmitionfrompoorqualityradioswasslightlydistortedandtheaccentsoftheSpanishspeakingcontrollerswassostrongthatthepilotsthatthepilotsmisunderstoodavitalinstructionW:HowcouldamisunderstandinglikethatcausesuchaseriousaccidentM:Thepilotsweretoldtodescendto,feetTheinstructionactuallymeant,feet,buttheythoughttheyhearddescend,feetThat’sahugedifference,anditshouldhavebeenconfirmed,butitwasnotUnfortunately,theterrainofthemountainsinNorweijaascendto,feetW:Sothepilotsdiddescendtothewrongaltitudethen,becausetheywerefollowingtheaircontrollersinstructionsM:Sadlyenough,yestheydidItwasareallybadmistakeManypeoplediedasaresultofthesimplyunderstandingW:Wow,that’sapowerfullessononhowimportantitcanbetoaccuratelycommunicatetoeachotherQuestions:arebasedontheconversationyouhavejustheardQuestion:WhatwasthecauseofthetragedyQuestion:HowhigharethemountainsinNorweijaQuestion:WhatlessoncouldbedrawnfromtheaccidentSectionB:Directions:Inthissection,youwillhearthreeshortpassagesAttheendofeachpassage,youwillhearsomequestionsBoththepassageandthequestionswillbespokenonlyonceAfteryouhearthequestion,youmustchoosethebestanswerfromthechoicesmarkeda),b),c),andd)ThenmarkthecorrespondingletteronanswersheettwowithasinglelinethroughthecenterPassageone:EdgarPoe,anAmericanwriter,wasborninHisparentswereactorsEdgarwasababywhenhisfatherleftthefamilyHewastwoyearsoldwhenhismotherdiedHewastakenintothehomeofawealthybusinessmannamedJohnAllenHethenreceivedhisrealname,EdgarAllenPoeAsayoungman,PoeattendedtheUniversityofVirginiaHewasagoodstudent,buthelikedtodrinkalcoholandplaycardgamesformoneyAsanunskilledgameplayer,heoftenlostmoneySincehecouldn’tpayoffhisgamblingmoney,heleftuniversityandbeganworkingformagazinesHeworkedhard,yethewasnotwellpaid,orwellknownAttheageof,hegotmarriedForatimeitseemedthatPoewouldfindhappiness,buthiswifewassickformostoftheirmarriage,anddiedinThroughallhiscrises,Poeproducedmanystoriesandpoemswhichappearedindifferentpublications,yethedidn’tbecomefamousuntil,whenhispoem,TheRaven,waspublishedThereisaquestion,however,aboutPoe’simportanceinAmericanLiteratureSomecriticssaythatPoewasoneofAmerica’sbestwriters,andeveninfluencedmanyFrenchwriters,butothersdisagreeTheysaythatPoe’sworkisdifficulttounderstandandmostofhiswritingdescribesmanyunpleasantsituationsandeventsEdgarAllenPoediedinwhenhewasyearsoldItissaidthathewasfounddeadafterdaysofheavydrinkingQuestionsarebasedonthepassageyouhavejustheard:Question:WhathappenedtoEdgarAllenPoe’sfamily,whenhewasonlytwoyearsoldQuestion:WhydidEdgarAllenPoeleavetheUniversityofVirginiaQuestion:WhatdosomecriticssayaboutEdgarAllenPoeQuestion:HowdidEdgarAllenPoe’slifecometoanendPassageTwo:Morethanfiftyyearsago,theUnitedNationsdeclaredthatliteracyisabasichumanrightIt’sveryimportantforimprovingthelivesofindividuals,however,itisestimatedthatmillionadultsaroundtheworldareilliterate,thatis,theyareunabletoreadorwriteAmajorityofthemarewomenOvermillionschoolagechildrenaroundtheworlddonotattendschoolManyotherscompleteschooloffailtofinishtheirstudieswithoutlearningtoreadorwriteManycountriesdependontheeffortsofpeoplewhooffertheirtimetohelpilliterateindividualsForexample,JohnMoggerbecameconcernedabouttheproblemofilliteracythreeyearsago,sohestartedteachingfiveprisonersinBrazilInhisteaching,hedevelopedasystemwiththeseprisonersHesayshiswayofteachingcanhelpanyonelearnhowtoreadandwritewithaboutthirtyhoursofstudyTolearnhissystem,peoplemustfirstknowhowtowritelettersofthealphabetandlearnwhichsoundstheyrepresentThesystemdivideslettersintothreegroupsThefirstgroupoflettercanbewrittenbetweentwolinesThesecondcanbewrittenbetweentwolinesbutpartoftheletterisabovethetoplineThethirdgrouphaslettersthatarepartlywrittenbelowthelowerlineJohnMoggertaughthisstudentstowritesimplywordsfromtheletters,inthisway,hisstudentslearnedmorethansevenhundredwordsManyofthemcannowwritetofamilymembersTheyalsocanreadnewspapersandmagazinesQuestionsarebasedonthePassageyouhavejustheard:Questions:Accordingtothespeaker,whichgroupofpeoplemakeupthemajorityoftheilliteratepopulationQuestion:WhatisthemostimportantfeatureofJohnMoggersmethodofteachingthealphabetQuestion:WhatdoesJohnMoggersayabouthisteachingmethodPassageThree:FarmersusuallyuseplowstopreparetheirfieldsforplantingcropsPlowscutintotheground,andliftupweeds,andotherunwantedplantsHowever,plowingisblamedforcausingseveredamagetotopsoilbyremovingtheplantsthatprotectsoilfrombeingblownorwashedawayManyfarmersinSouthAsiaarenowtryingaprocesscalledLowTillFarmingLowTillFarminglimitstheuseofplowsInthismethodoffarmingseedsandfertilizerareputintothesoilthroughsmallcutsmadeinthesurfaceofthegroundLowTillAgricultureleavesmuchorallthesoilandremainsofplantsonthegroundTheyserveasanaturalfertilizerandhelpsupporttherootsoffuturecropsTheytakeinrainandallowittoflowintothesoilinsteadofrunningoffIthasbeenprovedthatLowTillFarmingincreasesharvestsandreduceswateruse,andthismethodreducedtheneedforchemicalproductsbecausetherearefewerunwantedplantsScientistssayLowTillFarmingisbecomingpopularinSouthAsia,whichisfacingaseverwatershortageTheysaytheareawillbecomedependedonimportedfoodunlesswaterissavedthroughmethodslikeLowTillFarmingCurrently,morethanmillionpeopleinSouthAsiadependonlocalriceandwheatcropsFarmersgrowriceduringwetweatherDuringthedryseasontheygrowwheatinthesamefieldsFarmersareusingtheLowTillmethodtoplantwheatafterharvestingriceScientistssayLowTillAgricultureisoneofthebestexamplesintheworldsoftechnologiesworkingforbothpeople,andtheenvironmentQuestionsarebasedonthepassageyouhavejustheardQuestion:WhatisthemainproblemcausebytheusualwayofplowingQuestion:WhatdoesthespeakersayaboutLowTillFarmingQuestion:WhereisLowTillFarmingbecomingpopularSectionCDirections:InthissectionyouwillhearapassagethreetimesWhenthepassageisreadforthefirsttime,youshouldlistencarefullyforitsgeneralideaWhenthepassageisreadthesecondtimeyouarerequiredtofillintheblanksnumberedfromwiththeexactwordsyouhavejustheardFortheblanksnumberedyouarerequiredtofillinthemissinginformationFortheseblanksyoucaneitherusetheexactwordsyouhavejustheardorwritedownthemainpointsinyourownwordsFinally,whenthepassageisreadforthethirdtime,youshouldcheckwhatyouhavewrittenNow,listentothepassageAdultsaregettingsmarterabouthowsmartbabiesareNotlongago,researcheslearnedthatfourdayoldscouldunderstand()additionandsubtractionNowBritishresearch()psychologistGramShafferhasdiscoveredthatinfantscanlearnwordsoruncommonthingslongbeforetheycanspeakHefoundthatninemontholdinfantscouldbetaughtthroughrepeatedshowandtellto()recognizethenamesofobjectsthatwereforeigntothem,aresultthat()challengesinsomeways,thereceived()wisdomthatapartfromlearningto()identifythingscommontotheirdailylives,childrendon’tbeingtobuildvocabularyuntilwellintotheirsecondyear“It’sno()secretthatchildrenlearnwords,butthewordstheytendtoknowarelinkedto()specificsituationsinthehome,”explainsShaffer()Thisisthefirstdemonstrationthatwecanchoosewhatwordsthechildrenwilllearnandthattheycanrespondtothemwithanunfamiliarvoicegivinginstructionsinanunfamiliarsetting“Figuringouthowhumanacquirelanguagemayshedlightonwhysomechildrenlearntoreadandwritelaterthanothers,”Shaffersays,“andcouldleadtobettertreatmentsfordevelopedmentalproblems”()What’smore,thestudyoflanguageacquisitionoffersdirectinsightintohowhumanslearn“Languageisatestcaseforhumancognitivedevelopment,”saysShaffer“butparentseagertoteachtheirinfantsshouldtakenote()Evenwithoutbeingtaughtnewwordsacontrolgroupcaughtupwiththeotherinfantswithinafewmonths”Thisisnotaboutadvancingdevelopment,hesays,it’sjustaboutwhatchildrencandoatanearlieragethanwhateducatorshaveoftenthought补充短语Atnocharge免费Agesago很久以前Atrialrun练习预演。Asavingaccount储蓄户头Alltiedup工作很忙Alongwayoff差的很远Backout退出食言Becutoutforsth天生适合于做某事Countonsbsth指望Comeupwithsth想出。。Cutdownonsth减少Comedownwiththeflu感染流感(birdflu禽流感)Countforlittlemuch关系不大重大Demanding要求严格的Dozeoff打瞌睡(takeanap)Endupwith以……的方式结束Feedback反馈Foranything无论如何Getstuck被困住Givesbabreak饶了某人Givesbahand帮助帮忙Getalongwith相处的好Holdontosth保留继续使用Haveatoughhardtimedoingsth做某事有困难Incaseof以防万一Keepaneyeonsth留心某事Knowtheropes熟悉Knowhow技能诀窍Letsbgo开除解雇某人Meeteachotherhalfway相互妥协Outoffocus脱焦Outoftheway偏僻的很远的Putupwithsb容忍某人Plugandplay即插即用Prosandcons优缺点Pickupthetable付帐买单Outofthequestion没门Outofquestion没问题Stickround逗留Snaptosb对某人发火Stayupallnight熬夜Viceversa反过来亦然口语考试、考试形式、题型()自我介绍()分组讨论()提问、注意事项以及如何准备()大量朗读和背诵()多听各种各样的材料()不要太在乎语法()多练习最好找个老外来练习()平时可以多看看小说、电影复习、课程中的真题要认真地听、拥有一套历年六级真题(配磁带)、多听、多记、多总结、每天至少安排分钟练习其间不间断地专心听、精听和泛听相结合、不要多做题要有目的、有计划、有条理地做题辅助材料:托福听力(包括试卷、mp文件、正确答案、听力原文)复合式听写:、认真复习第四次课的内容、好好练习看、猜、听、记、小技巧:跟读、拼写四级大纲词汇Passage:、认真复习课程中讲过的内容、多练尤其是新题需要解决的几个关系:、精听和泛听的关系:考前一个月以内最好只精听不泛听一个月之外以泛听为主精听为辅。、模拟题与真题的关系:考前一个月之内只真题不要做模拟题一个月之外随意做什么题(建议不要做模拟题)。、考前一周要注意调整自己的生物钟进考场之前可以先听听英文歌或以前的题目热身。、多多练习注意:上了考场听力部分注意符合平均分布的规律即。推荐材料:、《新概念》、《大学英语六级考试听力笔记》、平时可以多听听VOA、BB
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