2020年7月英语六级听力真题答案(网友版)

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  2020年7月英语六级听力答案:讲话1(友谊)

  Recording 1

  Qualities of a relationship such as openness, compassion and mental stimulation are of concern to most of us regardless of sex, but - judging from the questionnaire response, they are more important to women than to men. Asked to consider the ingredients of close friendship, women rated these qualities above all others. Men assigned a lower priority to them [Q16] in favor of similarity in interests, selected by seventy -seven percent of men, and responsiveness in a crisis, chosen by sixty-one percent of male respondents. Mental stimulation, ranked third in popularity by men as well as women, was the only area of over-lap. Among men, only twenty-eight percent named openness as an important quality; caring was picked by just twenty -three percent.

  [Q17] It is evident by their selections that when women speak of close friendships, they are referring to emotional factors._while men emphasize the pleasure they find in a friend's company. That is, when a man speaks of 'a friend', he is likely to be taking about someone he does things with - a teammate, a fellow hobbyist, a drinking buddy. These activities are the fabric of the friendship; it is a 'doing' relationship in which similarity in interests is the key bond. This factor was a consideration of less than eleven percent of women. Women opt for a warm, emotional atmosphere where communication flows freely; activity is mere background.

  Lastly, men, as we have seen, have serious questions about each other's loyalty. Perhaps this is why they placed such strong emphasis on responsiveness in a crisis - 'someone I can call on for help.' Women, as their testimonies indicate, are generally more secure with each other and consequently are more likely to treat this issue lightly. In follow-up interviews this was confirmed numerous times as woman after woman indicated that 'being there when needed was taken for granted.'

  [18] As for the hazards of friendship, more than a few relationships have been shattered because of cutthroat competition and feelings of betrayal. This applies to both men and women, but unequally. In comparison, nearly twice as many men complained about these issues as women. Further, while competition and betrayal are the main thorns to female relationship, men are plagued in almost equal amounts by two additional issues: lack of friendship and a fear of appearing unmanly. Obviously, for a man, a good friend is hard to find.

  Question 16: What quality do men value most concerning friendship according to a questionnaire response?

  Question 17: What do women refer to when speaking of close friendships?

  Question 18: What may threaten a friendship for both men and women?

  2020年7月英语六级听力答案:长对话1(体育)

  Conversation 1

  M: Tonight, we have a very special guest [Q1]Mrs. Anna Sanchez is a three-time Olympic champion and author of the new book To the Edge. Mrs. Sanchez, thank you for joining us.

  W: Thank you for having me.

  M: Let's start with your book. What does the title ”To the Edge” mean? What are you referring to?

  W: [Q2] The book is about how science and technology has helped push humans to the edge of their physical abilities. I argue that in the past 20 years, we have had the best athletes the world has ever seen.

  M: But is this a fair comparison? How do you know how, say, a football player from 50 years ago would compare to one today?

  W: Well. You are right. That comparison would be perhaps impossible to make. But the point is more about our knowledge today of human biochemistry, nutrition and mechanics.[Q3] I believe that while our bodies have not changed in thousands of years, what has changed is the scientific knowledge. This has allowed athletes to push the limits of what was previously thought possible.

  M: That's interesting. Please tell us more about these perceived limits.

  W: The world is seeing sports records being broken that could only be broken with the aid of technology. Whether this be the speed of a tennis serve or the fastest time in a hundred-meter dash or a two-hundred-meter swimming race.

  M:[Q4] Is there any concern that technology is giving some athletes an unfair advantage over others?

  W: That is an interesting question and one that has to be considered very carefully. Skis, for example, went from being made of wood to a metal alloy, which allows for better control and faster speed. There is no stopping technological progress but, as I said, each situation should be considered carefully on a case-by-case basis.

  Questions 1-4 are based on the conversation you have just heard.

  Question 1: What do we learn about Anna Sanchez?

  Question 2: What is the woman's book mainly about?

  Question 3: What has changed in the past thousands ofyears?

  Question 4: What is the man's concern about the use of technology in sports competitions?

  2020年7月英语六级听力答案:长对话2(国际贸易)

  Conversation 2

  W: l've worked in international trade all my life. My father did so too before me. So, I guess you could say it rounds in the family.

  M: What products have you worked with?

  W: All sorts, really. I've imported textiles, machinery, toys, solar panels, all kinds of things over the years. [Q5] Trends and mind come and go, so one needs to be very flexible to succeed in this industry.

  M: I see. What goods are you trading now?

  W: I now import furniture from China into Italy. And foods from Italy into China. [Q6] I even use the same container. It's a very efficient way of conducting trade.

  M: The same container? You mean you own a 40-foot cargo container?

  W: Yeah, that's right. [Q7]I have a warehouse in Genova, Italy and another in Shanghai. I source mid-century modern furniture from different factories in China. It's very good value for money. I collect it all in my warehouse and then dispatch it to my other warehouse in Italy. Over there I do the same, but with Italian foods instead of furniture. Things like pasta, cheese, wine, chocolates, and I send all that to my warehouse in China in the same free container I use for the fumiture.

  M: So, I presume you sell both lines of products wholesale in each respective country. W: Of course, I possess a network of clients and partners in both countries. That's the main benefit of having done this for so long. l've made great business contacts over time.

  M: How many times do you ship?

  W: I did 12 shipments last year, 18 this year, and I hope it'll grow to around 25 next year. That's both ways, there and back again. Demand for authentic Italian food in China is growing rapidly, and similarly, sales of affordable yet stylish wooden furniture are also increasing in Italy. [ Q8] Furniture is marginally more profitable, mostly because it enjoys Iower customs duties.

  Questions 5: What does the woman think is required to be successful in international trade?

  Question 6: What does the woman say is special about her way of doing trade?

  Question 7: What does the woman have in both Italy and China?

  Question 8: What does the woman say makes furniture marginally more profitable?

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