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MODEL TEST 19 星火英语英语6级听力直通249分+MP3(含字幕)

MODEL TEST 19
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: I saw a really fantastic program
about children on TV last night. Did you see it?
M: Oh, no! I wish I’d known about it.
Children never bore me.
Q: What is the man’s reaction to the children program?
12. M: Well, what do you think of the movie?
Isn’t it fantastic?
W: Well, I don’t know why I let you talk me into going.
Q: What does the woman mean?
13. M: I’m tired of Bill’s remarks.
I don’t know why he wants to look at everything
in such a negative way.
W: Why don’t you do what I do?
Just take his comments with a grain of salt.
Q: What is the man’s suggestion?
14.M: Look at these free magazines
I picked up around town.
They’ve got some pretty interesting articles in them.
W: Well, they never appeal to me, besides,
they are not free at all, since most of
what you read is advertising.
Q: What does the woman think of the magazines?
15. W: Mike, how is your proposal going?
M: I thought it would take all weekend.
But writing it was easy as pie;
I finished it Saturday noon
and got the rest of the weekend
to do some gardening with my parents.
Q: What do we learn from the conversation?
16.M: I sure had a good time last semester.
But now I'm up the creek;
I certainly don't have the tuition money
and I hate to ask dad to pay it.
W: You have no other choice
but to get a loan and find a part-time job.
Q: What is the problem with the man?
17. M: I truly don’t feel like
cleaning the house this morning.
I had an awful sleep last night.
W: Let me give you a hand
and we’ll get it over quickly.
I don’t think it will take us long.
Q: What does the woman mean?
18.W: I have a time deposit here
and it'll mature two months later.
But I need the money for an emergency.
Can I get it out now?
M: You shouldn't withdraw your funds
before maturity date.
If you do, you can not receive the stated interest.
Q: Where does the conversation take place?
Now you will hear the two long conversations.
Conversation One
M: I’m Ellan and I work for the Student Union.
Can I ask you a few questions
about the university facilities?
W: Sure. What would you like to know?
M: What do you think about the lecture rooms here?
W: Not so good, I’m afraid.
They are too small for one thing.
Sometimes we can hardly find a seat.
M: Ok, thank you. This is definitely a problem
How do you feel about the car parking facilities?
Are they adequate?
W: You must be joking.
I can never find a car parking space when I need one,
and when I finally do,
it’s very long walk
to the university’s teaching building.
M: I’m really sorry for that.
What about the computer Center then?
W: I think it’s first class.
The software base contains a large selection
of learning programs, language games
and word-processing facilities.
M: Is the service there good?
W: Yes.There are qualified staff
who can offer help to us while we work.
M: Oh, good.
Well, what do you think of the library facilities?
W: I'm sorry to have to say,
but I think the room has poor lighting
and opening time is inconvenient
although it is well-stocked.
M: Thank you. Now let's go to the photocopying facilities.
W: I think it’s too expensive for photocopying
and there are not enough machines.
Sometimes we have to stand in a line.
M: Thank you very much.
We will try to get there problems solved
as soon as we can.
Questions 19 to 22 are based on the conversation
you have just heard.
19. What is the man doing?
20. What do we know about the computer Center?
21. What facilities are satisfactory to the woman?
22. What can we infer about the woman?
Conversation Two
W: Dr. Adams, your new book,
Learning a Language over Eggs and Toast,
has been on the best seller list for the past six weeks.
Tell us about this title.
M: Well, one of the most important keys
to learning another language
is to establish a regular study program.
W: Your ideas may sound a little simple.
I took Spanish in high school,
but I didn’t become a proficient speaker.
M: Many people feel that way.
I’m not saying that we can become
fluent speakers in a few minutes,
but rather following a regular, consistent,
and focused course of study
can help us master a language.
There is a difference between native fluency
and proficiency in language, and I propose the latter.
W: So what are some of the basic keys
you are suggesting in the book?
M: Well, people need to set realistic goals
from the beginning.
Some people get crazy about learning in 30 days,
only to lose interest
if they don’t perform up to their expectations.
And small steps, little by little, are the key.
For example, learning five new words a day
and using them actively is far better
than learning 30 and forgetting them the next day.
W: What is learning about your own learning styles?
M: People have different ways of learning.
Some are visual learners who prefer to see models
of the patterns they are expected to learn;
others are auditory who favor hearing instructions.
Our preferences are determined by many factors,
personality, culture, and experience.
W: What is your learning style?
M: Well, I learn through hands-on experience.
W: How does knowing your style benefit you?
M: Well, moving around while trying to learn
and memorize material helps me a lot.
While I cut up tomatoes for breakfast,
I might recite words aloud to the rhythm of the knife.
Questions 23 to 25 are based on the conversation
you have just heard.
23. What is the most important point
in learning a foreign language?
24. What does Dr. Adams suggest
when learning another language?
25. What kinds of activities would help
Dr. Adams in his own study?
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
Despite its enormous size the Airbus A380
still manages to look graceful.
The double-decker plane that can carry
over 550 passengers
dwarfs all other commercial aircraft.
Later today one will land for the first time in the UK.
Wings are produced here in North Wales
and traveled by land, river
and sea for assembly in France.
Until now the Boeing 747 Jumbo was
the world’s biggest passenger plane,
but no longer. A380 is as high as an 8-storey building,
take-off thrust from the plane’s four engines
equals 2 500 family cars.
Without seats, it can contain 10 squash courts.
But the European Airbus will soon
have an American rival,
Boeing’s 787 Dream liner,
which is smaller, can fly further,
and isn’t restricted to large airports.
These aircrafts represent extraordinary technological
breakthrough, reducing fuel emissions by about 20%,
much better conditions inside the aircraft
and offering both airlines
and passengers much greater flexibility
in their long-hauled journeys.
A380 may offer shops and a casino
or even a gym so that its good value seats
will win the airline battle.
Critics of the new aircraft including environmentalists
say it might be more fuel efficient per passenger
than other jets,
but the benefits will get from it
are a drop in the ocean
compared to the huge climate emissions from aviation.
And aviation is the fastest growing source of
climate-changing gases both in Britain and worldwide.
Questions 26 to 29 are based on the passage
you have just heard.
26. Where is the Airbus A380 assembled?
27. What is the biggest passenger plane in the world?
28. What enables A380 to attract passengers
and win the airline battle?
29. What do critics say about A380?
Passage Two
Moods, say the experts,
are emotions that tend to become fixed,
influencing one’s outlook for hours,
days or even weeks.
That’s great if your mood is a pleasant one,
but it will be a problem if you are sad,
anxious, angry or simply lonely.
Perhaps one of the best ways
to deal with such moods is to talk them out:
sometimes, though, there is no one to listen.
Modern science offers an abundance of drugs.
But scientists have also discovered the effectiveness of
several non-drug approaches to make you loose
from an unwanted mood.
These can be just as useful as drugs,
and have the added benefit of being nonpoisonous.
So the next time you feel out of sorts,
don’t head for the drug store-
try the following approach.
Of all the mood-altering self-help techniques,
physical exercise seems to be the most efficient cure
for a bad mood.
“If you could keep up the exercise,
you’d be in high spirits”, says Kathryn Lance,
author of Running for Health and Beauty.
There is obviously a link between
physical activity and mood changes.
Researchers have explained biochemical
and various other changes that
make exercise compare favorably
to drugs as a mood-raiser.
Physical exertion such as housework,
however, does little, probably
because it is not intensive enough,
and people usually do it unwillingly.
The key is physical exercise--running,
cycling, walking, swimming or other repetitive
and sustained activities that boost the heart rate,
increase circulation and improve
the body’s utilization of oxygen.
Do them for at least 20 minutes a session
three to five times a week.
Questions 30 to 32 are based on the passage
you have just heard.
30. What is the problem of talking bad moods out?
31. What does the speaker prefer as a mood-raiser?
32. What does the speaker think of housework?
Passage Three
Do you know how to advertise for a bank?
If you ask people about the functions of a bank,
they would probably say that the bank is
where you can deposit money and cash a check,
but it’s much more than these.
And we have to tell people this in our advertisement.
There are several things to think about
for a bank advertisement.
The first problem is to decide
who should be our audience.
Should our advertisement be aimed at adults
with full employment only?
Or should it also appeal to students,
housewives, retired workers, or even children?
It is a good idea to address
the largest possible audience.
If we introduce the name of our bank to children
they will never forget it.
The next question is how to attract people
of different social groups to our bank.
The usual tip is to offer free gifts, for example,
portable radios or T-shirts for the young
and gold pens for business executives.
That always works.
But what do we give to our best customers?
That's another question.
What about leather diaries, for example?
Banks are very competitive.
We have to think of something new
to offer our customers.
That's the third problem.
Ours is one of the first banks to have drive in service
and to open on Saturdays, but now many banks do.
Most banks also offer a variety of checking
and saving accounts and a full range of
investment plans to suit the needs of their customers,
as well as the 24-hour ATM banking
which makes it much faster and easier for customers
to withdraw cash or do other things.
To attract more customers to our bank,
it is essential that we have something
that no other bank offers.
Questions 33 to 35 are based on the passage
you have just heard.
33. Which groups of people should
a bank advertisement try to impress?
34. What makes a bank most attractive to customers?
35. What is implied in the passage?
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.
Have you heard of Bali,
a place to the south of Indonesia?
It’s a small island
but is becoming more and more famous
by its fascinating tourist attractions
enjoyed by hundreds of thousand of people
from world at large.
Bali is so marvelous that
you could be fooled into thinking
it was painted curtain
rice trips down hillsides like giant steps,
volcanoes soar. through the clouds,
the forests are lush and tropical ,
and the beaches are lapped
by the warm waters of the Indian Ocean.
But the postcard paradise gloss has been manufactured
and polished to some extent
by the international tourist industry
rather than by the Balinese themselves.
Just considering the weather,
the cooler dry season from April to October
is the best time to visit Bali.
The rest of the year is more humid,
cloudier and has more rainstorms,
but you can still enjoy a holiday
There are also distinct tourist seasons
that affect the picture.
The European summer holidays bring the biggest crowds-
July, August and early September are busy.
Accommodation, of course, can be tight in these months
and prices are much higher than those in other seasons
Balinese festivals, holidays
and special celebrations occur all the time,
so don’t worry about timing
your visit to coincide with local events.
It could be a nice treat to fuse into the local culture
and enjoy the traditional cuisine and local delicacies.
Transport from Ngurah Rai international airport,
2.5km south of Kuta, is quite simple.
Choose from an official taxi counter,
where you pay a set price in advance,
or walk across the airport car park
and hail a metered cab.
Now the passage will be read again.
Have you heard of Bali
a place to the south of Indonesia?
It’s a small island
but is becoming more and more famous
by its fascinating tourist attractions
enjoyed by hundreds of thousand of people
from world at large.
Bali is so marvelous that
you could be fooled into thinking
it was painted curtain
rice trips down hillsides like giant steps,
volcanoes soar. through the clouds,
the forests are lush and tropical ,
and the beaches are lapped
by the warm waters of the Indian Ocean.
But the postcard paradise gloss has been manufactured
and polished to some extent
by the international tourist industry
rather than by the Balinese themselves.
Just considering the weather,
the cooler dry season from April to October
is the best time to visit Bali.
The rest of the year is more humid,
cloudier and has more rainstorms,
but you can still enjoy a holiday.
There are also distinct tourist seasons
that affect the picture.
The European summer holidays bring the biggest crowds-
July,August and early September are busy.
Accommodation, of course, can be tight in these months
and prices are much higher than those in other seasons.
Balinese festivals, holidays
and special celebrations occur all the time,
so don’t worry about timing
your visit to coincide with local events.
It could be a nice treat to fuse into the local culture
and enjoy the traditional cuisine and local delicacies.
Transport from Ngurah Rai international airport,
2.5km south of Kuta, is quite simple.
Choose from an official taxi counter,
where you pay a set price in advance,
or walk across the airport car park
and hail a metered cab.
Now the passage will be read for the third time.
Have you heard of Bali
a place to the south of Indonesia?
It’s a small island
but is becoming more and more famous
by its fascinating tourist attractions
enjoyed by hundreds of thousand of people
from world at large.
Bali is so marvelous that
you could be fooled into thinking
it was painted curtain
rice trips down hillsides like giant steps,
volcanoes soar. through the clouds,
the forests are lush and tropical ,
and the beaches are lapped
by the warm waters of the Indian Ocean.
But the postcard paradise gloss has been manufactured
and polished to some extent
by the international tourist industry
rather than by the Balinese themselves.
Just considering the weather,
the cooler dry season from April to October
is the best time to visit Bali.
The rest of the year is more humid,
cloudier and has more rainstorms,
but you can still enjoy a holiday
There are also distinct tourist seasons
that affect the picture.
The European summer holidays bring the biggest crowds-
July, August and early September are busy.
Accommodation, of course, can be tight in these months
and prices are much higher than those in other seasons
Balinese festivals, holidays
and special celebrations occur all the time,
so don’t worry about timing
your visit to coincide with local events.
It could be a nice treat to fuse into the local culture
and enjoy the traditional cuisine and local delicacies.
Transport from Ngurah Rai international airport,
2.5km south of Kuta, is quite simple.
Choose from an official taxi counter,
where you pay a set price in advance,
or walk across the airport car park
and hail a metered cab.
This is the end of listening comprehension.
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