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MODEL TEST 14 星火英语英语6级听力直通249分+MP3(含字幕)

MODEL TEST 14
Section A
Directions: In this section, you will hear
8 short conversations and 2 long conversations.
At the end of each conversation, one or more questions
will be asked about what was said.
Both the conversation and the questions
will be spoken only once.
After each question there will be a pause.
During the pause, you must read the four choices
marked A), B), C) and D),
and decide which is the best answer.
Then mark the corresponding letter on Answer Sheet 2
with a single line through the centre.
Now, let's begin with the eight short conversations.
11. W: Hello, Mr. White,
I submitted my scholarship application last Monday
and I am wondering why I was rejected.
Oh, I am Jolene Wilde from Engineering Faculty.
M: Well, I've read it.
That's a good personal statement,
especially about your academic performance,
but I am afraid
you did not enclose your recommendation letter.
Q: Why was the woman rejected according to the man?
12. M: I live in Washington D.C. Where do you live?
W: I'm now in Chicago, Illinois.
I used to live in Tokyo, the capital city of Japan.
Washington is the capital of the United States, isn't it?
Q: Where did the woman before live?
13. M: I have to go to class because I have a test,
but if I could, I'd go with you to Tom's birthday party.
W: That's too bad. I wish that you could come along.
Q: Where is the man going?
14. W: I'm afraid Dr. Anderson won't be able to see you then.
His appointment book is filled for the next couple of weeks.
M: Oh, but I don't have to see him.
I can just leave my teeth in his office
and he can look at them when he has time.
They are false teeth!
Q: What is Dr. Anderson?
15. M: Did you read
in the paper about the robber at the art museum?
He cut one of Picasso's paintings from its frame
and walked out with it right under the guards' noses.
W: Yeah, that's a great deal of nerve!
Q: What does the woman imply?
16. M: Oh, dear, you needn't have waited for so long a time.
Haven't you seen my note?
W: If I had checked the mailbox,
I would have found your note.
Q: What does the woman mean?
17. W: Didn't you go fishing yesterday?
I didn’t see you bring any fish back.
M: We planned to,
but George's wife threw his fishing tackles away,
so we played golf instead.
Q: What did the men do yesterday?
18. M: How come we haven't finished the project?
W: We could make it a lot faster
if you stopped clowning around.
Q: What does the woman suggest the man do?
Now you will hear the two long conversations.
Conversation One
M: Morning, Brenda.
W: Good morning. Mr. Browning.
M: Er, did you, did you put that ad in yesterday?
W: Yes, yesterday afternoon.
M: The ad for a junior sales manager, I mean.
W: Yes, it went into the Standard and the Evening News.
M: That’s good. Erm, well...
W: What kind of person have you got in mind for this job?
M: Oh, well, somebody fairly young,
you know, twenty something, like 21, or 25. A Man, I think.
W: A man?
M: We really need a man for the position.
Yes, I mean. It’s really too demanding.
The sort of situations they get into are much too difficult
for a young woman to deal with, erm...
W: Erm, what sort of a young man have you got in mind?
M: Oh, you know, a good education, polite, responsible,
and easy to get along with.
What I don’t want is one of those young men
just out of university,
with exaggerated ideas of his own importance.
W: Yes, erm, what sort of education
are you actually looking for?
M: Well, you know, a couple of A levels,
must have English, of course.
W: Yes, I think you’re asking quite a lot.
I mean you’re not really prepared to pay all...
M: No, I'm not prepared to give him
a big salary to start with.
Nevertheless, I want someone with plenty of ambition,
plenty of drive.
You know, not looking at the clock all the time.
W: Well sir, I wish you the best of luck
and hope you have some very success interviews.
M: Well, yes?
W: Because personally I think you’re asking an awful lot.
Questions 19 to 21 are based on the conversation
you’ve just heard.
19. What did Mr. Browning ask Brenda to do?
20. What kind of person will meet the job requirements?
21. What does Brenda think of the qualifications
Mr. Browning insists on?
Conversation Two
W: Dr. Smith. I need to ask you about
something in Chapter 12.
Well, it talks about erosion and the deposit of sediment
(solid matter that settles at the bottom of a liquid)
on the deep sea floor,
but I'm confused. For that to happen,
there would have to be some kind of force down there
moving the mud or sand or whatever, right?
But I thought there weren't any waves or currents
that deep in the ocean.
M: That's not exactly correct.
It's true that deep down on the ocean floor
we won't have the same kinds of currents
we find in shallower parts.
But we do find what we call turbidity currents.
This wasn't in the book but the term came up in class.
Do you remember what it means?
W: Uh, turbidity currents?
Oh, yeah! Isn’t that when sediment like
sand or mud gets stirred up and mixes with water?
And then this mixture flows through the water
around it, right?
M: Good!
W: Uh, but I thought that only happened in rivers.
M: Well, yes. This does occur in rivers,
but we see turbidity currents deep in the ocean as well.
W: But how do they get started there?
M: Earthquakes mostly,
when an earthquake occurs under water,
it throws up tremendous amounts of mud or sand
that becomes suspended in a layer of water
near the bottom of the ocean.
This layer is so much denser and heavier
than other ocean water
that it flows right down the slopes of the ocean floor
and gains more and more speed as it moves along.
Then it's just like the winds blowing
across the desert picking up sand from one place
and moving it along and finally dropping it somewhere else.
Questions 22 to 25 are based on the conversation
you’ve just heard.
22. What is the main topic of the discussion?
23. What does the professor ask the student to explain?
24. According to the professor, how do earthquakes
cause turbidity currents?
25. Why does the professor mention desert winds?
Section B
Directions: In this section, you will hear 3 short passages.
At the end of each passage, you will hear some questions.
Both the passage and the questions will be spoken only once.
After you hear a question, you must choose the best answer
from the four choices marked A), B), C) and D).
Then mark the corresponding letter on Answer Sheet 2
with a single line through the centre.
Passage One
1 004 girls were born in Delhi for every 1 000 boys in 2008,
more girls than boys for the first time,
according to official figures,
after parents were given cash bonuses of ?125
for each new daughter as part of a drive
to stamp out female infanticide.
Government officials cited the statistics as evidence
that India is finally winning its war
against the killing of unborn and baby girls,
a practice estimated to account for
as many as 50 million Indian women having gone "missing",
according to UNICEF.
However, experts said that the improvement in Delhi
was too sudden to be credible,
and was likely to be the result of more families
registering daughters to claim the cash benefits,
rather than a genuine rise in the numbers of girls being born.
In the period from 2005 to 2007,
only 871 girls had been born in Delhi per 1 000 boys,
according to the Registrar General, Births and Deaths,
while demographers consider the natural ratio at birth
to be about 960 females per 1 000 males.
The skewed sex ratio is
the product of millions of illegal abortions of female fetuses
and of the widespread murder of baby girls, experts say.
Abortions are most common among rich couples
who can afford ultrasound scans
to illegally check their unborn baby's sex,
according to research by the UNPF.
Girls are prejudiced against largely
because of the dowry system
and inheritance practices tilted in favor of men.
Illegal ultrasound sex tests
are often advertised with catchphrases such as
"spend 600 rupees now and save 50 000 rupees later".
Questions 29 to 31 are based on the passage
you have just heard.
29. What led to the rise
in the birth of more baby girls than boys in India?
30. How do experts think of the figures of baby birth
given by Indian government?
31. According to the passage,
for what reason are girls prejudiced against in India?
Passage Two
Almost two centuries ago,
humans enjoyed their first airborne ride
in a hot-air balloon.
Passengers rode in a basket fastened below the balloon.
These brave adventurers depended solely
on the wind velocity and direction to move them about
because of the lack of a steering mechanism.
Germany began producing and using airships
about 46 years later with its famous Zeppelins,
named in honor of their inventor. Count von Zeppelin.
The largest and probably most famous
of Germany’s airship was the Hindenberg,
which could travel at 85 miles per hour.
Later, the two countries bordering on the English Channel,
Great Britain and France, built smaller airships called “blimps”.
The latter airships were intended
for patrolling the coast an observing submarine activity,
while the former served as passenger and cargo ships.
Questions 29 to 31 are based on the passage
you have just heard.
29. Why was it difficult to fly
in the air-filled balloons of two hundred years ago?
30. Which of the following countries was
NOT involved in the production of airships?
31. What was the purpose of building smaller airships?
Passage Three
Albert Schweitzer was born in 1875 in Alsace.
At that time, it was a part of Germany.
His generous spirit was first awakened
through his training as a preacher.
Besides gaining a reputation as preacher,
he also became respected
for his ability to play the organ.
He was a man of many talents.
His concern for other people
turned his attention to medicine.
He had also acquired doctoral degrees in philosophy
and music.
His wife took an interest in medicine also
and became a nurse.
Many people thought that he should remain
and lecture in Europe to have a strong impact
on Western civilization.
Though he listened to their suggestions,
he ultimately decided to follow his own conscience.
This led him to Africa. Albert had felt that
all men should accept the responsibility of helping others.
He felt particularly concerned for black Africans
who had been exploited by white men.
He earned the money he needed
by performing on the organ and by lecturing.
With this money he bought equipment
and opened a hospital in Africa.
He was a man of great strength
who faced great problems with courage.
The threat of war, the reality of imprisonment
during World War One as a German citizen
and the unbearable heat in Africa
did not make him retreat at all.
He believed that a man could overcome these obstacles
if he had a sense of idealism.
He died in 1965.
Questions 32 to 35 are based on the passage
you have just heard.
32. How was Albert’s generous spirit awakened?
33. What was he respected for?
34. According to Albert, what should all men accept?
35. What kind of man is Albert?
Section C
Directions: In this section,
you will hear a passage three times.
When the passage is read for the first time,
you should listen carefully for its general idea.
When the passage is read for the second time,
you are required to fill in the blanks numbered from 36 to 43
with the exact words you have just heard.
For blanks numbered from 44 to 46
you are required to fill in the missing information.
For these blanks,
you can either use the exact words you have just heard
or write down the main points in your own words.
Finally, when the passage is read for the third time,
you should check what you have written.
Now listen to the passage.
Confidence is a trait
that must be nurtured by confronting fears.
Follow these tips,
you will propel yourself to amazing heights.
1. Acknowledge self-doubt when it appears.
"What ifs" can shake your self-belief.
Rather than beating yourself up for feeling doubtful,
acknowledge it and let it pass.
Your goal is not to rid yourself of that feeling,
but to empower yourself to take action even
when you feel inadequate.
2. Educate yourself with real-world experiences.
Investigate what other successful people have done
to begin new projects and overcome roadblocks
along the way.
If you're launching a new product,
research your marketplace by visiting stores
and speaking to clerks and customers.
Knowledge is your shield
when someone disagrees with a business idea,
and it's a sword
to cut to the heart of what really matters.
Learn workable strategies by connecting with experts,
visiting a Small Business Development Center
or researching at the library.
3. Break out of your comfort zone by trying something new.
By trying something new on a regular basis,
you lessen your fear and learn
you can manage and recover from any consequence.
Start with a small undertaking
and then build upon it.
It can be an activity you've been afraid to try,
such as karate or scuba diving.
4. When you get stuck,
develop a question of the day.
Realize someone has been in your same situation.
Form your obstacle into a question
and ask colleagues and friends how to overcome it.
Even if they don't know the answer,
someone they know may give you insight
that leads to an answer.
Now the passage will be read again.
Confidence is a trait
that must be nurtured by confronting fears.
Follow these tips,
you will propel yourself to amazing heights.
1. Acknowledge self-doubt when it appears.
"What ifs" can shake your self-belief.
Rather than beating yourself up for feeling doubtful,
acknowledge it and let it pass.
Your goal is not to rid yourself of that feeling,
but to empower yourself to take action even
when you feel inadequate.
2. Educate yourself with real-world experiences.
Investigate what other successful people have done
to begin new projects and overcome roadblocks
along the way.
If you're launching a new product,
research your marketplace by visiting stores
and speaking to clerks and customers.
Knowledge is your shield
when someone disagrees with a business idea,
and it's a sword
to cut to the heart of what really matters.
Learn workable strategies by connecting with experts,
visiting a Small Business Development Center
or researching at the library.
3. Break out of your comfort zone by trying something new.
By trying something new on a regular basis,
you lessen your fear and learn
you can manage and recover from any consequence.
Start with a small undertaking
and then build upon it.
It can be an activity you've been afraid to try,
such as karate or scuba diving.
4. When you get stuck,
develop a question of the day.
Realize someone has been in your same situation.
Form your obstacle into a question
and ask colleagues and friends how to overcome it.
Even if they don't know the answer,
someone they know may give you insight
that leads to an answer.
Now the passage will be read for the third time.
Confidence is a trait
that must be nurtured by confronting fears.
Follow these tips,
you will propel yourself to amazing heights.
1. Acknowledge self-doubt when it appears.
"What ifs" can shake your self-belief.
Rather than beating yourself up for feeling doubtful,
acknowledge it and let it pass.
Your goal is not to rid yourself of that feeling,
but to empower yourself to take action even
when you feel inadequate.
2. Educate yourself with real-world experiences.
Investigate what other successful people have done
to begin new projects and overcome roadblocks
along the way.
If you're launching a new product,
research your marketplace by visiting stores
and speaking to clerks and customers.
Knowledge is your shield
when someone disagrees with a business idea,
and it's a sword
to cut to the heart of what really matters.
Learn workable strategies by connecting with experts,
visiting a Small Business Development Center
or researching at the library.
3. Break out of your comfort zone by trying something new.
By trying something new on a regular basis,
you lessen your fear and learn
you can manage and recover from any consequence.
Start with a small undertaking
and then build upon it.
It can be an activity you've been afraid to try,
such as karate or scuba diving.
4. When you get stuck,
develop a question of the day.
Realize someone has been in your same situation.
Form your obstacle into a question
and ask colleagues and friends how to overcome it.
Even if they don't know the answer,
someone they know may give you insight
that leads to an answer.
This is the end of listening comprehension.
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