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英语六级考试预测试卷与详解 test7

英语六级考试预测试卷与详解 Test 7

[00:00.62]test 7

[00:01.90]Section A

[00:03.09]Now let's begin with the 8 short conversations.

[00:06.57]11.W: How is the food at the new French restaurant?

[00:10.70]M:I haven't eaten there yet.

[00:12.33]I went all the way down there last night only to

[00:14.71]find it's not open on Tuesdays.

[00:17.21]So I tried the Italian place next door. It was very good.

[00:21.20]Q:What did the man say about the French restaurant?

[00:39.56]12.W: Would you like to read another one of my poems?

[00:43.37]M: If I see another one of your poems tonight, I'll scream.

[00:47.06]Q: When does he want to see more of her poetry?

[01:05.43]13.W:I'd rather he told you he went to see a doctor.

[01:09.63]What is his hurry?

[01:11.12]M: Well, instead of recommending a treatment of

[01:13.39]special medicine for his condition, all he prescribed was rest,

[01:16.85]anyway, I'm relieved to hear that no operation is necessary.

[01:21.02]Q: What does the doctor recommend?

[01:38.59]14.W:Well, it seems that Frank Pierre has

[01:41.49]become quite a famous painter.

[01:43.76]M:Has he? You know I'm a professional artist myself and

[01:47.02]I question how much talent Pierre really has.

[01:50.68]Q:What conclusion can be drawn from the man's comments?

[02:09.73]15.M:How far is the shopping centre from here?

[02:13.21]It's not indicated on the map.

[02:15.64]W: Why don't you ask someone where it is?

[02:17.98]Q: What does the woman mean?

[02:34.93]16.M:My old car is worn out, and I should buy a new one,

[02:39.25]but I spent too much on my trip last summer.

[02:42.18]W: It pays to plan ahead. New cars are expensive.

[02:45.77]Q: Will the man buy a new car?

[03:03.26]17.W:Do you think that the possibility of cold weather

[03:06.89]and snow will affect the results of the game?

[03:09.68]M:Well, the players are accustomed to playing in bad weather,

[03:12.50]so it shouldn't make any difference to them.

[03:15.18]Q:How do the man's feelings compare with those of the women?

[03:33.73]18.M:I am worried about sending my son to college.

[03:37.32]Most college students are so wild nowadays.

[03:41.01]W:Only a few. Most students are

[03:43.13]too busy studying to get into trouble.

[03:45.81]Q:How does the woman react the man's remarks?

[04:04.13]Now you'll hear two long conversations.

[04:07.57]Conversation One

[04:09.20]M: This semester will be over soon,

[04:11.20]how do we plan our activities in the summer vacation, Jenny?

[04:14.82]W: What about traveling to the West of America, Tom?

[04:17.65]M: That's a good idea!

[04:18.99]What places of interest are we going to visit?

[04:21.40]W: We may go to San Francisco to visit the Golden Gate Bridge

[04:24.66]and then to Los Angeles to visit Disneyland and Hollywood.

[04:27.98]M: If we travel by driving, we must rent a car.

[04:31.10]That will be expensive.

[04:32.62]What is more, if the two of us alone drive continuously

[04:35.74]for many days, it will make us exhausted.

[04:39.21]How can we go sightseeing?

[04:41.32]W: For convenience, we had better travel by train.

[04:44.43]M: I agree with you. What preparations should we make for the trip?

[04:48.63]W: We should first get the tickets,

[04:50.19]otherwise we'll be late for school registration.

[04:52.98]M: Well, there's an excellent

[04:54.31]public transportation system there, you know.

[04:57.03]I don't think we have to worry about that.

[04:59.46]W: Public transport?! You mean buses and subway?

[05:02.25]M: Of course.

[05:03.54]W: Oh, come on! We're going to be on holiday.

[05:06.58]We don't need to waste time on buses and subway.

[05:09.62]We can travel by taxi. 

[05:11.22]M: Taxi? Oh, no. I'd really rather travel by bus or subway.

[05:15.89]As you said, we'll be on holiday so we won't be in a hurry.

[05:19.68]Besides, if we use the public transport,

[05:21.93]we'll be able to meet local people,

[05:23.82]get of better ideal of their daily life and so on.

[05:27.11]That's what travel really means, you know.

[05:29.54]Besides, taxis are so expensive.

[05:33.27]Questions 19 to 21 are based on the conversation you have just heard.

[05:38.45]19. Where are they going to travel?

[05:55.55]20. How would they travel?

[06:12.11]21. Which is the reason the woman would not take bus or subway?

[06:31.02]Conversation Two

[06:32.62]W:Good morning,sir.Can I help you?

[06:34.50]M:Good morning!

[06:35.59]I have a reservation for a single room with a bath here.

[06:39.03]W:May I have your name,sir, please?

[06:41.06]M:Bradley,John Bradley. 

[06:43.96]W:Just a moment,sir,while I look through our list.

[06:46.78]Yes,we do have a reservation for you,Mr.Bradley.

[06:50.23]Would you please fill out this form

[06:51.66]while I prepare your key card for you? 

[06:54.16]M:Yes.Can I borrow your pen for a minute,please?

[06:57.02]W:Sure.Here you are. 

[06:59.11]M:What should I fill in under ROOM NUMBER?

[07:02.19]W:You can just skip that.

[07:03.53]I'll put in the room number for you later on.

[07:06.25]M:(After he has completed the form) Here you are.

[07:09.73]I think I've filled in everything correctly.

[07:12.33]W:Let me see…name,address,nationality,forwarding address,

[07:16.83]passport number,signature and date of departure.

[07:20.92]Oh,here,sir.Your forgot to put in the date of your departure.

[07:24.47]Here let me fill it in for you.You are leaving on …? 

[07:27.23]M:October 24. 

[07:28.97]W:Now everything's in order.

[07:30.60]And here is your key,Mr.Bradley.

[07:32.45]Your room number is 1420.

[07:35.27]It is on the14th floor and the daily rate is$90.

[07:39.58]Here is your key card with all the information on your booking,

[07:42.67]the hotel services and the hotel rules and regulations on it.

[07:46.54]Please make sure that you have it with you all the time.

[07:49.08]M:OK.I'll take good care of it. 

[07:52.30]Questions 22 to 25 are based on the conversation you have just heard.

[07:57.05]22. What kind of hotel room has the man booked?

[08:15.30]23. What should he fill under room number?

[08:33.16]24. Which information is not in the form the man has filled?

[08:52.29]25. Which statement is not true according to the conversation?

[09:12.16]Section B

[09:14.05]Passage One

[09:15.45]A mild earthquake shook the northwestern coast of the United States

[09:18.49]Thursday, the earthquake observatory in San Francisco reported today.

[09:23.38]There are no immediate reports of injuries or damages.

[09:26.39]The observatory said the earthquake

[09:28.02]was felt over a range of about ten miles,

[09:30.36]along the United States coastline and probably originated about

[09:33.95]one hundred miles out in the Pacific Ocean east of the island of Nimi.

[09:38.96]The observatory also reported that more earthquakes can

[09:42.00]be expected to occur in the San Francisco area

[09:44.52]in the next several months,

[09:45.93]although the intensity of the quakes cannot be predicted.

[09:49.52]Questions 26 to 28 are based on the passage you have just heard.

[09:54.38]26.Where did the earthquake originate according to the bulletin?

[10:13.26]27. Which of the following is true of the earthquake

[10:16.81]described in the bulletin?

[10:32.79]28. According to the bulletin what can be expected with regard to

[10:37.35]future earthquakes in the San Francisco area?



[10:54.35]Passage Two

[10:56.30]During the summer you should be even more careful

[10:59.06]than usual of the foods you prepare.

[11:01.62]Foods spoil faster in hot weather than in cold weather.

[11:04.92]When you are shopping,purchase frozen and refrigerated foods last.

[11:09.04]Don't make long stops on the way home,

[11:11.24]because frozen foods could become soft or warm.

[11:14.50]Using insulated bags helps deep food cold until you can get home.

[11:19.65]Milk and milk products should be refrigerated immediately.

[11:23.12]When camping or picnicking,

[11:24.90]or at any time when refrigeration isn't available,

[11:27.91]use special dry foods.

[11:29.92]Don't leave foods in a hot car or beach bag.

[11:32.82]Picnic favorites like meat, chicken,

[11:34.98]and egg salad should be kept in a cooler.

[11:38.03]Above all, if a food doesn't seem to be normal in order or appearance,

[11:42.31]discard it immediately. Don't taste it.

[11:46.19]Questions 29 to 31 are based on the passage you have just heard.

[11:51.26]29. What is the main topic of the talk?

[12:08.72]30. Which of the following foods would be

[12:11.42]least likely to spoil in warm weather?

[12:28.59]31. According to the talk, what should you do with food

[12:32.36]that doesn't seem to be normal?

[12:48.18]Passage Three

[12:49.92]In the 19th century, it was common to hear people in Europe

[12:53.26]and America say that the resources of the sea were unlimited.

[12:57.55]For example, a noted biologist writing in the mid 1800s

[13:01.54]commented that all of the great sea fisheries are inexhaustible.

[13:06.22]Today there's evidence that the resources of the sea are

[13:09.32]as seriously threatened as those of the land and the air and

[13:12.69]concern of conservationists now includes herring and

[13:16.13]cod as well as the African elephant,

[13:18.81]the Indian tiger and the American eagle.

[13:21.92]Further, the threat to fish is more alarming in some ways than

[13:25.37]the threat to birds and land animals

[13:27.53]because fish is a much needed food resource.

[13:30.99]Many people throughout the world depend on fish

[13:33.15]as an important part of their diets and a decline in the fish supply

[13:36.47]could have extensive effects on hunger and population.

[13:40.31]Fishermen in the N. Atlantic alone annually harvest

[13:43.54]20 billion pounds of fish to satisfy food demands.

[13:47.20]But it is important to recognize that these practices cannot

[13:50.42]continue without depleting fish resources within the next few years.

[13:55.46]Sea resources are rapidly declining in many parts of the world

[13:59.34]and the problem cannot be ignored.

[14:01.51]It is only with care and planning in this generation that

[14:04.45]the food supplies of the sea can continue for future generations.

[14:09.16]Questions 32 to 35 are based on the passage you have just heard.

[14:14.08]32.According to the speaker what was the attitude

[14:17.85]in the 19th century toward resources of the sea?

[14:35.68]33.What does the speaker emphasize as a reason

[14:38.98]for maintaining sea resources?

[14:55.70]34.How widely spread would a decline in the fish supply be?

[15:14.36]35.The author mentions the African elephant, the Indian tiger

[15:18.67]and the American eagle as an example of which of the following?

[15:37.99]Section C

[15:40.12]Feather cloaks are the most spectacular of all objects of

[15:43.38]native Hawaiian manufacture.

[15:45.67]In the highly stratified society of the islands before

[15:48.82]their discovery by Captain James Cook in 1788,

[15:53.39]the cloaks were never very numerous,

[15:55.96]but powerful chiefs often acquired several

[15:59.22]through inheritance or as battle prizes.

[16:01.94]Although the feathers were gathered by the common people

[16:04.26]to defray part of their taxes, and women were permitted to clean

[16:07.85]and sort them, only men of high rank, surrounded by sacred taboos,

[16:11.90]were allowed to make the cloaks.

[16:13.97]The manufacturing process involved tying small bunches of red,

[16:17.63]yellow, green, or black feathers with olona fiber.

[16:21.62]Large cloaks like the royal robe worn by Kamehameha Ⅰ,

[16:25.97]the first king of all the islands, required some half million feathers.

[16:30.68]Today these cloaks are ethnological treasures,

[16:34.12]but to the early ship captain they were little more than

[16:36.76]seemingly plentiful curiosities that the Hawaiians highly valued

[16:41.28]but gave away or traded for such trifles as iron knives.

[16:45.25]In turn, the Europeans traded these curiosities.

[16:49.41]This practice began with Cook's officers,

[16:52.13]who traded the cloak now in Leningrad in exchange for provisions.

[16:57.05]In 1825, Lord Byron, commander of the British ship Blonde, predicted

[17:02.67]that “the splendid war cloak”would soon

[17:05.34]be more easily found in Europe than in Hawaii.

[17:09.22]Brigham found only five in Hawaii when he made

[17:11.96]his feather work survey in 1899.

[17:15.30]Today twenty of the fifty known cloaks are still in the British Isles.

[17:22.44]Feather cloaks are the most spectacular of all objects of

[17:25.33]native Hawaiian manufacture.

[17:28.62]In the highly stratified society of the islands before

[17:31.62]their discovery by Captain James Cook in 1788,

[17:37.24]the cloaks were never very numerous,

[17:40.78]but powerful chiefs often acquired several

[17:44.08]through inheritance or as battle prizes.

[17:47.74]Although the feathers were gathered by the common people

[17:50.24]to defray part of their taxes, and women were permitted to clean

[17:53.61]and sort them, only men of high rank, surrounded by sacred taboos,

[17:58.72]were allowed to make the cloaks.

[18:00.78]The manufacturing process involved tying small bunches of red,

[18:05.37]yellow, green, or black feathers with olona fiber.

[18:09.53]Large cloaks like the royal robe worn by Kamehameha Ⅰ,

[18:14.82]the first king of all the islands, required some half million feathers.

[18:20.54]Today these cloaks are ethnological treasures,

[18:23.95]but to the early ship captain they were little more than

[18:26.49]seemingly plentiful curiosities

[19:17.87]that the Hawaiians highly valued

[19:19.95]but gave away or traded for such trifles as iron knives.

[19:24.01]In turn, the Europeans traded these curiosities.

[19:28.18]This practice began with Cook's officers,

[19:30.87]who traded the cloak now in Leningrad in exchange for provisions.

[20:24.92]In 1825, Lord Byron, commander of the British ship Blonde, predicted

[20:30.09]that “the splendid war cloak”would soon

[20:33.22]be more easily found in Europe than in Hawaii.

[21:26.13]Brigham found only five in Hawaii when he made

[21:28.88]his feather work survey in 1899.

[21:32.10]Today twenty of the fifty known cloaks are still in the British Isles.

[21:39.24]Feather cloaks are the most spectacular of all objects of

[21:42.18]native Hawaiian manufacture.

[21:44.65]In the highly stratified society of the islands before

[21:47.69]their discovery by Captain James Cook in 1788,

[21:52.26]the cloaks were never very numerous,

[21:54.79]but powerful chiefs often acquired several

[21:58.09]through inheritance or as battle prizes.

[22:00.77]Although the feathers were gathered by the common people

[22:03.05]to defray part of their taxes, and women were permitted to clean

[22:06.49]and sort them, only men of high rank, surrounded by sacred taboos,

[22:10.69]were allowed to make the cloaks.

[22:12.80]The manufacturing process involved tying small bunches of red,

[22:16.32]yellow, green, or black feathers with olona fiber.

[22:20.52]Large cloaks like the royal robe worn by Kamehameha Ⅰ,

[22:24.84]the first king of all the islands, required some half million feathers.

[22:29.46]Today these cloaks are ethnological treasures,

[22:32.91]but to the early ship captain they were little more than

[22:35.55]seemingly plentiful curiosities that the Hawaiians highly valued

[22:40.04]but gave away or traded for such trifles as iron knives.

[22:44.07]In turn, the Europeans traded these curiosities.

[22:48.20]This practice began with Cook's officers,

[22:50.85]who traded the cloak now in Leningrad in exchange for provisions.

[22:55.85]In 1825, Lord Byron, commander of the British ship Blonde, predicted

[23:01.00]that “the splendid war cloak”would soon

[23:04.24]be more easily found in Europe than in Hawaii.

[23:08.12]Brigham found only five in Hawaii when he made

[23:10.90]his feather work survey in 1899.

[23:14.12]Today twenty of the fifty known cloaks are still in the British Isles.
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