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六级词汇听力lesson 02

[00:00.00]lesson 2

[00:03.51]alternate

[00:04.60]He and I go to the parttime school on alternate days.

[00:09.52]Mary and her sister will alternate in setting the table.

[00:13.68]ascribe

[00:15.87]After Brazilian's being defeated by the Bolivian,

[00:19.25]the helpless chief coach of the Brazilian Football Team

[00:23.08]ascribed their failure to bad luck.

[00:25.16]compulsory

[00:27.46]English is a compulsory subject in this course;

[00:30.19]Art is optional.

[00:32.49]elicit

[00:34.78]At last we've elicited the truth from him.

[00:37.19]eternal

[00:39.16]The minister spoke of the soul's eternal life.

[00:41.90]I can not stand any more of her eternal nagging.

[00:45.72]fluctuate

[00:47.69]The price of vegetables fluctuates

[00:50.10]according to the weather.

[00:52.07]hamper

[00:53.82]Our progress was hampered by the bad weather.

[00:56.00]Fierce storms have been hampering us from

[00:59.72]finding more survivors.

[01:01.25]impulse

[01:03.33]Whether it's bus passes,

[01:06.06]cinema tickets or an impulse purchase,

[01:08.91]paying with prepaid cards is fast,simple and secure.

[01:13.06]The prime impulse of capitalism is the making of money.

[01:17.22]paradox

[01:19.74]This was sometimes a paradox,

[01:22.36]but now the time gives it proof.

[01:24.22]persuasion

[01:26.74]Defeated by her powers of persuasion, I accepted.

[01:30.24]His sister is not of his religious persuasion.

[01:35.16]revenge

[01:37.57]He was so angry with her

[01:39.32]that he took revenge on her cat.

[01:42.71]He revenged his dead brother.

[01:44.89]tempt

[01:46.42]Money and beauty tempted him to commit crime.

[01:49.60]The agreeable weather tempts us to go hiking.

[01:52.99]terminate

[01:54.95]They terminated their agreement

[01:57.36]and renewed another one according to the situation.

[01:59.00]abolish

[02:01.95]Abraham Lincoln abolished slavery in the United States.

[02:05.24]The legislature passed a law to abolish the surtax.

[02:10.16]abnormal

[02:12.02]They do not think such an abnormal phenomenon will last long.

[02:16.06]acquaint

[02:18.47]The lawyer acquainted himself with

[02:20.44]the details of his client's business affairs.

[02:22.41]You will soon become fully acquainted with the procedures.

[02:25.69]ambitious

[02:27.77]Jiangsu Province intends to cash in on the ambitious

[02:31.81]economic renaissance being planned for

[02:34.44]the neighbouring city Shanghai.

[02:37.50]allege

[02:38.42]You alleged that the accused man was seen

[02:41.48]at the scene of the crime, didn't you?

[02:43.01]ascertain

[02:44.87]The researcher ascertained

[02:46.62]that he had discovered a new element

[02:48.26]which led to the SARS.

[02:49.68]Would you please go and ascertain

[02:52.63]whether the train stops at the town?

[02:54.49]assurance

[02:56.13]The only complete defense is the elimination of

[02:59.41]nuclear weapons and assurance

[03:01.60]that they will never be produced again.

[03:03.57]authorize/-ise

[03:05.98]I have authorized him to act for me while I am away.

[03:08.16]bewilder

[03:10.24]The child was bewildered by the noise and the crowds.

[03:12.65]I'm totally bewildered by the clues to

[03:15.49]this crossword puzzle.

[03:17.35]certify

[03:19.65]She had no papers certifying

[03:21.62]that she was an American citizen.

[03:23.69]The chairman certified him

[03:25.88]as a high school English teacher.

[03:27.96]coincidence

[03:30.26]Is there any coincidence between

[03:32.44]your statistics and your friends'?

[03:34.53]collide

[03:36.60]The government collided with parliament

[03:38.68]over its industrial plans.

[03:40.10]commence

[03:42.18]After the election the new government

[03:44.59]commenced developing the roads.

[03:46.56]compact

[03:48.85]Being written in a compact style,

[03:52.90]his book was very popular among young readers.

[03:56.40]The two states made a compact to

[03:59.24]cooperate against terrorism.

[04:00.78]compensate

[04:03.18]Nothing can compensate for the loss of one's health.

[04:05.70]She was compensated by

[04:08.10]the insurance company for her injuries.

[04:09.85]compliment

[04:11.93]Your presence is a great compliment.

[04:14.55]He complimented me on my skill.

[04:17.18]Extend my compliments to your parents.

[04:19.69]concise

[04:22.10]His letter was concise,

[04:24.40]omitting everything not pertinent to the job

[04:27.35]for which he was applying.

[04:28.88]conscientious

[04:30.63]This essay is a most conscientious piece of work.

[04:33.70]consolidate

[04:35.88]The team's victory consolidated

[04:38.07]its chances for the championship.

[04:39.82]converge

[04:42.11]Enthusiasts from around the world

[04:44.52]converge on Le Mans for the annual car race.

[04:47.04]Capitalism and socialism will not eventually converge.

[04:51.30]criterion

[04:53.71]Only social practice can be the criterion of truth.

[04:57.32]cumulative

[05:00.71]It was a cumulative process.

[05:03.01]dedicate

[05:05.19]He dedicated his life to the abolition of slavery.

[05:08.26]I'd like to dedicate this book to my mother.

[05:11.87]deteriorate

[05:17.77]Leather quickly deteriorates in hot, damp climate.

[05:20.07]dilemma

[05:21.82]It put me in a difficult moral dilemma.

[05:24.12]diminish

[05:25.65]The amount of water in the pond

[05:27.62]will diminish as the dry season comes.

[05:30.13]disperse

[05:31.99]A thunderstorm came up and dispersed the picnickers.

[05:35.71]elapse

[05:37.46]Three years have elapsed since we last met.

[05:40.41]engagement

[05:43.25]I shall want you to take some notes

[05:46.21]at the meeting if you have no other engagement.

[05:49.27]I also hear that she had broken off

[05:50.24]her engagement to Wright.

[05:51.77]enrol(l)

[05:53.63]We enrolled him as a member of our club.

[05:56.14]evoke

[05:58.11]The music evoked memories of her youth.

[06:00.41]extract

[06:02.71]The newspaper extracted several passages

[06:06.86]from the speech and printed them on the front page.

[06:09.60]facet

[06:12.22]There are many facets to this question.

[06:14.41]Each facet of the diamond reflected the sunlight.

[06:17.25]fake

[06:19.44]She faked illness so that

[06:21.96]she did not have to go to school.

[06:23.27]I thought he was a priest,but he was a fake.

[06:26.66]haul

[06:28.41]The fishermen hauled the fish into the boat.

[06:30.93]Though the burglars got away with a good haul,

[06:34.42]the police soon seized them.

[06:36.29]hoist

[06:38.15]Do you believe that an adult elephant

[06:40.55]can hoist the weight of a ton?

[06:41.98]ignite

[06:45.14]He approached the explosive to ignite it.

[06:48.97]
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