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六级考试巅峰训练一本通 Test4

[00:00.61]Test 4
[00:01.09]Test4
[00:02.90]Section A
[00:04.87]Directions:
[00:06.54]In this section, you will hear 8 short conversations
[00:09.27]and 2 long conversations.
[00:11.24]At the end of each conversation, one or more questions
[00:13.97]will be asked about what was said.
[00:16.32]Both the conversation and the questions will be spoken only once.
[00:20.35]After each question there will be a pause.
[00:22.93]During the pause, you must read the four choices marked
[00:25.66]A), B), C) and D), and decide which is the best answer.
[00:29.84]Then mark the corresponding letter on Answer Sheet 2
[00:32.50]with a single line through the centre.
[00:34.98]1. M: I just heard the most incredible news.
[00:38.58]W: Well, tell me. Don’t leave me in the dark.
[00:41.23]Q: What does the woman mean?
[00:58.88]2. W: Are you ready for your exam next week?
[01:02.15]M: Not really, the reading list is too long,
[01:04.34]but I will take the test anyway.
[01:07.03]Q: What does the man mean?
[01:24.54]3. M: What do you think of the book?
[01:27.71]W: The main theme of it is that crime does not pay.
[01:30.33]Q: What does the woman learn from the book?
[01:47.86]4. M: Just look at my car. I only bought it last week.
[01:51.90]You shouldn’t have been going so fast.
[01:53.94]W: Well, I’m sorry, but it wasn’t my fault.
[01:55.94]There’s a “stop” sign.
[01:57.10]You must have missed it.
[01:58.14]You should be more careful and
[01:59.37]you’d better explain it to the police.
[02:01.73]Q: What caused the accident?
[02:19.52]5. W: You know, the Browns have invested all their money
[02:22.76]in stocks.
[02:24.36]M: They may think that’s a wise move.
[02:26.16]But that’s the last thing I’d do.
[02:28.53]Q: What’s the man’s opinion about the Browns’ investment?
[02:47.50]6. W:Tom, you seem to have lost your voice.
[02:50.99]What has happened?
[02:52.09]M:You know, our class just had a basketball match
[02:54.45]with Class Two.
[02:55.96]What a close game it was! We shouted and
[02:58.11]shouted to cheer our side on, and shouted myself hoarse.
[03:03.13]Q:Why did the man lose his voice?
[03:21.37]7. M:Now every month we spend more money than we earn.
[03:25.30]W:At this rate we will use up our savings quickly.
[03:30.72]Q:What can we conclude from the conversation?
[03:49.14]8. M:Where did the English teacher Suzanne come from?
[03:52.96]W:She was born in Switzerland, grew up in Sweden,
[03:55.54]and she’s a citizen of England. Now she has gone to America.
[03:59.57]Q:What country does Suzanne presently call her home?
[04:18.74]Conversation One
[04:20.64]W: Cass Duncan!
[04:21.87]M: Who’s Cass Duncan?
[04:23.11]W: He’s running for the school board.
[04:24.44]The election’s next month.
[04:25.90]M: What’s wrong with wanting to be on the school board?
[04:28.08]W: Nothing. But he wants to cut the school budget!
[04:30.41]M: Maybe it needs cutting.
[04:31.68]W: Cutting the budget is fine,
[04:33.07]but he wants to do it by cutting all the cultural programs.
[04:36.16]No music, no dance, no concert, no stage presentations.
[04:39.65]M: Why does he want to do that?
[04:41.29]W: He says it’s to save the taxpayers money and
[04:43.33]I think he believes that the taxpayers will vote for him
[04:46.26]if he spends less on the cultural programs.
[04:48.51]M: He’s probably right. Lots of people want their taxes used
[04:51.06]for new books and a new paint job in the schoolrooms.
[04:54.55]W: Maybe some of us would like to pay a little bit more
[04:56.87]and keep the cultural programs for our kids.
[04:58.98]M: Well, I’m not sure, Vera. I hear it from my patients.
[05:02.58]Lots of people are tired of higher taxes.
[05:05.02]W:I know, but if Duncan wins he’ll be an important decision
[05:07.44]maker on the school board, and he doesn’t know anything
[05:09.85]about our children’s education.
[05:11.49]M: Who’s running against him?
[05:12.71]W: No one. That’s the problem.
[05:14.06]M: Well, it sounds to me like Cass Duncan
[05:16.28]is going to win this seat on the board.
[05:18.24]W: I don’t know. Maybe I’ll run against him.
[05:20.16]M: Well, you’ve got my vote.
[05:21.69]W: I’m serious, Roger. Why shouldn’t I run?
[05:24.63]Question 9 to 12 are based on the conversation you have just heard.
[05:29.50]9.What’s the man’s attitude toward the election result?
[05:48.20]10.What’s the man’s reaction to the woman’s decision?
[06:06.82]11.Why does the woman want to run for the school board?
[06:25.47]12.What will the woman probably do if she wins?
[06:44.24]Conversation Two
[06:46.10]W: Steve, sorry for my school board meeting last night so late.
[06:50.72]I’ve been working on a special project with the school board,
[06:53.52]and I’d like your opinion about it.
[06:55.45]M: What is it?
[06:56.36]W: I’ve been trying to find a way to encourage reading.
[06:58.87]M: Tell me about it. I work with families every day, Cherry.
[07:01.92]I see how people spend their leisure time—young and old.
[07:04.91]W: Mostly watching television.
[07:06.65]Well, that would be OK if, and I repeat,
[07:09.89]if people took the time to read.
[07:12.29]M: I couldn’t agree with you more.
[07:14.08]W: The question is, how do we get them to read more?
[07:16.57]M: I think you’re going to give me
[07:17.95]the answer to that question.
[07:19.30]You have that look in your eye.
[07:20.72]W: I do have an answer, Steve. Or at least I think I do.
[07:23.66]M: Well, tell me about it.
[07:24.94]W: The plan is a simple one.
[07:26.76]Involve the entire family in a reading project.
[07:29.81]But first in the schoolrooms.
[07:31.67]By arranging with the public schools to
[07:33.30]schedule one hour a week—to start with.
[07:36.05]During that time parents are invited to attend—
[07:38.85]and to read along with the children—their children.
[07:42.00]M: It can go beyond the school system, Cherry.
[07:44.24]W: Really?
[07:45.12]M: I guarantee you it would go very well in the hospitals.
[07:48.75]My patients—mostly kids—would love to read and be read to.
[07:52.54]W: Maybe we can experiment with your patients
[07:54.65]and see how the plan works.
[07:55.74]M: I love the idea. Would you work with me on it?
[07:58.19]W: I would love to, Steve.
[07:59.39]M: And that way, we’ll spend more time together, Cherry.
[08:01.71]We just don’t see each other anymore.
[08:03.50]W: You and I are very busy these days. This is true.
[08:06.23]We need to find time to be together more,
[08:08.37]to do things together more—you and I.
[08:10.70]This would be a wonderful way to accomplish that.
[08:13.54]Question 13 to 15 are based on the conversation you have just heard.
[08:18.49]13.What do you know about the woman?
[08:36.47]14.What does the man suggest to do?
[08:54.62]15.Why do they think is working together wonderful?
[09:13.78]Section B
[09:15.34]Directions:
[09:16.98]In this section, you will hear 3 short passages.
[09:20.00]At the end of each passage, you will hear some questions.
[09:23.53]Both the passage and the questions will be spoken only once.
[09:26.99]After you hear a question, you must choose the best answer
[09:30.08]from the four choices marked A) , B) , C) , and D) .
[09:33.90]Then mark the corresponding letter on Answer Sheet 2
[09:36.74]with a single line through the centre.
[09:39.17]Passage One
[09:40.77]People who visit the United States sometimes wonder
[09:43.07]how the states got their names.
[09:45.47]Some of the most interesting names came
[09:47.29]from American Indian languages.
[09:49.40]For example, Illinois was named for the Indians
[09:52.24]who used to live in that part of the country.
[09:54.57]In their language, Illinois means “Brave Men”.
[09:57.18]Connecticut means “At the Long River Mouth”
[09:59.66]in the language of the Indians who used to live there.
[10:02.28]Twenty five of the states have Indian names,
[10:04.57]but other names were taken from different languages.
[10:07.73]Georgia and Pennsylvania have names,
[10:09.48]which were taken from the Latin language.
[10:11.41]Florida and Colorado were named by Spanish people.
[10:14.68]States like New Hampshire and New Jersey were named
[10:16.98]for places in England.
[10:19.09]The two newest states have names,
[10:20.83]which did not come from any of those languages.
[10:23.78]Hawaii got its name from a word in the Hawaiian language,
[10:26.80]which means “Homeland”.
[10:28.36]Alaska was named by the Russians,
[10:30.44]from whom Alaska was bought in 1867.
[10:33.97]Questions 16 to 18 are based on the passage you have just heard:
[10:38.12]16.Which state name means “At the Long River Mouth”? 
[10:57.85]17.Which language is the name “Georgia” from? 
[11:16.34]18.What does the passage mainly talk about?
[11:34.72]Passage Two
[11:36.61]One of the unusual sights in the city of Tokyo,
[11:39.11]which is the capital of Japan,
[11:41.15]is a place where small animals are buried.
[11:44.24]Thousands of small marble monuments mark
[11:46.68]the graves of once beloved animal pets.
[11:49.37]Under them are buried such creatures as goldfish, pigeons,
[11:52.68]rabbits, and birds, as well as cats and dogs. 
[11:56.65]Many of the graves are cared for by the people
[11:58.94]who once owned these animals.
[12:01.09]The other graves are maintained by the keepers of
[12:03.34]the animal cemetery.
[12:05.24]For a small amount of money, the keepers of the cemetery
[12:07.67]will care for the grave of any small animal.
[12:10.91]Near the animal cemetery stands a Buddhist temple.
[12:13.97]A Buddhist priest at the temple offers prayers for the souls
[12:16.99]of dead animal’s brought to the cemetery.
[12:19.90]After prayers have been said, the animals body is burned.
[12:23.68]Then the remains are buried according to the wishes of the owner.
[12:26.85]Sometimes expensive ceremonies are held.
[12:29.67]Special graves are provided for animals
[12:31.78]whose owners wish to pay for them.
[12:34.48]19.What is the passage about?
[12:52.15]20.What can we infer from the passage?
[13:10.34]21.Which of the following is not true?
[13:28.49]Passage Three
[13:30.20]The Mediterranean is a word both easy to pronounce and
[13:32.93]easy to spell—if you only know how.
[13:35.70]It is a word of five syllables: Mediterranean,
[13:39.30]meaning mid earth.
[13:40.64]The Chinese translation is a happy one,
[13:43.01]as it means exactly the same thing.
[13:45.56]Europe owes its early growth to the Mediterranean Sea.
[13:49.05]On its shores were the seats of early civilization:
[13:51.89]Egypt, Greece and Rome.
[13:53.96]The Mediterranean fed the people in these lands and
[13:56.40]provided a highway for trade and diplomacy.
[13:59.51]Together, they formed a Mediterranean civilization. 
[14:02.99]In 1869 the Suez Canal was cut after 10 years of arduous work.
[14:07.57]Linking the Mediterranean Sea to the Indian Ocean,
[14:10.30]the Canal shortened the passage from Europe to Asia
[14:12.62]by some 10, 000 kilometres. 
[14:15.31]The Canal is 171 km long and 65 km wide.
[14:20.36]An ocean liner takes some 10 hours to go through.
[14:23.49]It goes slowly, but safely.
[14:25.57]The Canal is now completely Egyptian property.
[14:28.48]Foreign ships pay for their passage, making the Canal
[14:31.20]a good earner of hard currency.
[14:33.98]22.According to the passage, what does the word “happy” mean?
[14:53.21]23.What did the early development of Europe depend on?
[15:12.09]24.How long did it take to cut the Suez Canal?
[15:31.07]25.How fast can an ocean liner go through the Canal usually?
[15:50.66]Section C
[15:52.59]Directions:
[15:54.23]In this section,you will hear a passage three times.
[15:57.32]When the passage is read for the first time,
[15:59.21]you should listen carefully for its general idea.
[16:02.45]When the passage is read for the second time,
[16:04.49]you are required to fill in the blanks
[16:06.38]numbered from 26 to 33 with the exact words you have just heard.
[16:11.66]For blanks numbered from 34 to 36
[16:14.60]you are required to fill in the missing information.
[16:17.51]For these blanks, you can either use the exact words
[16:20.06]you have just heard or write down the main points in your own words.
[16:23.97]Finally,when the passage is read for the third time,
[16:27.18]you should check what you have written.
[16:29.76]Animals perform many useful and entertaining jobs.
[16:32.78]Dogs are particularly valuable in guiding the blind,
[16:35.87]Protecting property, findinglost people and hunting criminals.
[16:40.24]Horses are used in guarding herds,
[16:43.29]carrying men in lands where there are no roads,
[16:45.64]and helping farmers work their land.
[16:48.04]Pigeons have long been used to carry messages.
[16:50.98]Wild animals from the jungles, forests and seas are very
[16:54.58]popular performers in circuses and moving pictures.
[16:58.40]People realize that, although animals may not have
[17:00.54]the same intelligence as human beings,
[17:03.01]they are smart enough to learn certain things.
[17:06.39]The first thing a dog is taught is to obey.
[17:08.50]It should not take too long for him to learn commands.
[17:11.45]Simple orders, such as “sit, lie down,
[17:13.78]Stay there” can even be taught by a child.
[17:17.05]Training a dog to be a watchdog
[17:18.80]often produces unexpected results.
[17:21.13]Some dogs quickly learn the difference
[17:22.91]between unwanted people and friends.
[17:25.78]This is because they welcome friends and
[17:27.42]invite them into their houses.
[17:29.13]However, some dogs will always attack the postman
[17:32.15]who comes to deliver letters.
[17:34.12]One explanation for this behavior is that,
[17:36.68]Although the postman comes to the house often,
[17:39.40]he never enters the house.
[17:41.58]Therefore, the dog thinks the postman is someone
[17:43.95]who is not wanted, but keeps coming back anyway.

[17:49.80]Animals perform many useful and entertaining jobs.
[17:53.59]Dogs are particularly valuable in guiding the blind,
[17:56.52]Protecting property, findinglost people and hunting criminals.
[18:01.23]Horses are used in guarding herds,
[18:04.40]carrying men in lands where there are no roads,
[18:06.76]and helping farmers work their land.
[18:09.23]Pigeons have long been used to carry messages.
[18:12.72]Wild animals from the jungles, forests and seas are very
[18:16.14]popular performers in circuses and moving pictures.
[18:20.39]People realize that, although animals may not have
[18:22.64]the same intelligence as human beings,
[18:25.72]they are smart enough to learn certain things.
[18:29.10]The first thing a dog is taught is to obey.
[18:31.94]It should not take too long for him to learn commands.
[18:35.61]Simple orders, such as “sit, lie down,
[18:38.02]Stay there” can even be taught by a child.
[18:41.29]Training a dog to be a watchdog
[18:42.95]often produces unexpected results.
[19:35.02]Some dogs quickly learn the difference
[19:36.64]between unwanted people and friends.
[19:39.63]This is because they welcome friends and
[19:41.26]invite them into their houses.
[19:42.97]However, some dogs will always attack the postman
[19:45.96]who comes to deliver letters.
[20:37.48]One explanation for this behavior is that,
[20:40.03]Although the postman comes to the house often,
[20:42.69]he never enters the house.
[21:34.35]Therefore, the dog thinks the postman is someone
[21:36.68]who is not wanted, but keeps coming back anyway.

[21:43.23]Animals perform many useful and entertaining jobs.
[21:46.43]Dogs are particularly valuable in guiding the blind,
[21:49.34]Protecting property, findinglost people and hunting criminals.
[21:53.67]Horses are used in guarding herds,
[21:56.77]carrying men in lands where there are no roads,
[21:59.13]and helping farmers work their land.
[22:01.52]Pigeons have long been used to carry messages.
[22:04.50]Wild animals from the jungles, forests and seas are very
[22:07.92]popular performers in circuses and moving pictures.
[22:11.84]People realize that, although animals may not have
[22:14.05]the same intelligence as human beings,
[22:16.46]they are smart enough to learn certain things.
[22:19.84]The first thing a dog is taught is to obey.
[22:21.99]It should not take too long for him to learn commands.
[22:24.94]Simple orders, such as “sit, lie down,
[22:27.23]Stay there” can even be taught by a child.
[22:30.56]Training a dog to be a watchdog
[22:32.27]often produces unexpected results.
[22:34.64]Some dogs quickly learn the difference
[22:36.25]between unwanted people and friends.
[22:39.27]This is because they welcome friends and
[22:40.78]invite them into their houses.
[22:42.64]However, some dogs will always attack the postman
[22:45.58]who comes to deliver letters.
[22:47.62]One explanation for this behavior is that,
[22:50.21]Although the postman comes to the house often,
[22:52.82]he never enters the house.
[22:55.12]Therefore, the dog thinks the postman is someone
[22:57.41]who is not wanted, but keeps coming back anyway.
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