2022下半年英语六级听力练习总结(1)

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  2022下半年英语六级听力练习总结(1)

  Model Test 4 Section A

  [00:03.53]1. M:It doesn't make any sense to go home for spring vacation now.

  [00:08.72]W: That's right.

  [00:09.69]Especially since you'll be graduating in May.

  [00:12.88]Q: On what did the two speakers agree?

  [00:16.30]2.Shall I bring you your coffee now or would you rather have it with your lunch?

  [00:21.60]M: I'd like it now,please.

  [00:23.80]Q: Where did this conversation most probably take place?

  [00:28.21]3. M:Could you please explain the assignment for Monday,Miss Smith?

  [00:32.89]W: Certainly. Read the chapter in your textbook

  [00:36.08]and come to class preparing to discuss what you've read.

  [00:39.42]Q: What is the probable relationship between the two speakers?

  [00:44.54]4. W: If I were you, I'd be more careful about locking the back door at night.

  [00:49.97]M: Don't worry.No one will break in.

  [00:53.29]Q: What does the woman think will happen?

  [00:56.76]5. W: Tickets are four dollars for adult.

  [01:00.66]Children's tickets are half price.

  [01:03.35]M:Okay.I'd like two adults' and two children's tickets,please.

  [01:08.55]Q: How much did the man pay for the tickets?

  [01:12.44]6.Did you buy a birthday present for your brother?Not yet,I've been thinking about getting him a record.

  [01:20.72]He likes classical music.

  [01:22.89]Q: Which record would the woman's brother like best?

  [01:27.25]7. M: I hope that the bank will be open.

  [01:30.83]W: The sign says: nine A.M.to five P.M. weekday

  [01:35.43]nine A.M. to twelve noon on Saturdays,closed Sundays.

  [01:40.75]Q: When will the bank be open on Saturday?

  [01:40.75]8. W: I'm sorry,sir.

  [01:43.34]Would you please spell your last name?

  [01:46.14]M: Yes. It's Jensen. J-E-N-S-E-N.

  [01:51.67]Q: What is the man's last name?

  [01:54.60]9. M: Good morning.

  [01:56.58]I'd like to speak to Mr.Adams,please.

  [01:59.54]This is Edward Miller at the Sun Valley Health Center.

  [02:03.30]W: Mr. Miller, my husband isn't at home.

  [02:06.25]I can give you his business phone if you'd like to call him at work,though.

  [02:06.32]Q:Where is Mr.Adams now?

  [02:09.53]10. W:How much are these pillows,please?

  [02:12.80]M: Four dollars each or seven dollars for the pair.

  [02:16.41]Q: How much does one pillow cost?

  [02:19.85]Section B

  [02:21.39]Passage One

  [02:22.62]By 1862 telegraph communications linked San Francisco with eastern cities

  [02:29.34]and by 1869,the first transcontinental railroad connected the Pacific coast with the Atlantic seaboard.

  [02:37.33]Today San Francisco has a population of almost three million.

  [02:42.27]It is the financial center of the West

  [02:45.17]and serves as the terminus for trans-Pacific steamship lines and air traffic.

  [02:51.07]The port of San Francisco

  [02:53.03]which is almost eighteen miles long with forty-two pier

  [02:57.42]handles between five and six million tons of cargo annually.

  [03:02.54]And now,if you will look to your right

  [03:05.33]you should just be able to see the east section of the Golden Gate Bridge

  [03:10.22]The bridge,which is more than one mile long

  [03:13.27]spans the harbor from San Francisco to Marin County and the Red Wood Highwall

  [03:18.92]It was completed in 1937 at a cost of thirty-two million dollars

  [03:23.96]and is still one of the largest suspension bridges in the world.

  [03:27.51]11. How long is the Golden Gate Bridge?

  [03:31.27]12. What is the population of San Francisco today?

  [03:35.71]13. How much did it cost to complete construction of the Golden Gate Bridge?

  [03:41.22]Passage Two

  [03:42.77]Man's first real invention

  [03:44.73]and one of the most important inventions in history,was the wheel

  [03:48.96]All transportation and every machine in the world depend on it.

  [03:53.21]The wheel is the simplest yet perhaps the most remarkable of all invention

  [03:58.41]Because there are no wheels in nature--no living things was ever created with wheel

  [04:04.29]How,then,did man come to invent the wheel?

  [04:07.29]Perhaps some early hunters found that they could roll the body on

  [04:10.74]a heavy animal through the forest on logs more easily than they could carry it.

  [04:16.39]However,the logs themselves weighed a lost

  [04:19.89]It must have taken a great prehistoric thinker to imagine two thin slices on

  [04:25.14]log connected at their centers by a strong stick

  [04:24.14]This would roll along just as the logs did

  [04:27.32]yet be much lighter and easier to handle.

  [04:30.07]Thus the wheel and axle came into being

  [04:32.81]and with them the first carts.

  [04:35.29]14. Why was it remarkable of man to invent the wheel?

  [04:40.65]15. According to this passage, what might be the first wheel?

  [04:45.79]16. Where might the idea for the wheel have come from?

  [04:50.49]Passage Three

  [04:52.01]Good morning, and welcome to American studies 101

  [04:52.01]I would like to begin this semester by discussing the region of the United States known as the Northeast

  [04:58.64]This region includes twelve states and a small are

  [05:02.01]called the District of Columbia that is the home of the national government.

  [05:07.13]The Northeast is a very important part of the United States

  [05:11.00]for although it covers only about six percent of the nation's geographical are

  [05:16.25]it contains approximately one-fourth of the country's population

  [05:20.64]New York,the most popular city in the United States

  [05:24.66]and several other large cities are located in this region.

  [05:28.01]Why are these twelve states so important.

  [05:30.98]In the first place

  [05:32.42]the Northeast was one of the first sections of the country to be settled by European

  [05:37.80]Busy cities developed there when most of America was still a sparsely settled wilderness.

  [05:43.60]Many crucial events in the nation's early history took place there

  [05:47.49]I'll be describing some of those events Wednesday in my second lecture.

  [05:51.88]Today the Northeast is a great manufacturing and trading region

  [05:56.32]Thousands of factories produce a wide variety of good

  [05:59.69]and provide other regions of the country with items they need.

  [06:03.66]Many large manufacturing firms have their central headquarters here.

  [06:08.00]Some of the country's largest banks

  [06:10.43]investment agencies,and publishing houses are found in the Northeast

  [06:15.00]Several of its cities are noted for their museum

  [06:18.94]Some of the cuntry's best known colleges and universities are also located in this region.

  [06:25.03]Finally the Northeast is the principal location for much of the country's international trade

  [06:31.30]In the heart of this region New York city is the home of the United Nations.

  [06:36.19]17. When is the lecture probably given?

  [06:40.63]18. What is this lecture mainly about?

  [06:44.60]19. How is the Northeast described in the talk?

  [06:48.93]20. According to the speaker why is the Northeast an important part of the Unied States today

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