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MODEL TEST 13 星火英语英语6级听力直通249分+MP3(含字幕)

MODEL TEST 13
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. M: You've been doing a lot of traveling,
haven't you?
W: Yes. We want to make
the most of our time here.
Q: What does the woman mean?
12. W: Did you go to the cocktail party last night?
M: Yeah, but I walked out after fifteen minutes.
It was wall-to-wall people;
I couldn't even get close to where
they were serving food and drinks.
Q: What does the man mean?
13. M: I feel like I'm burning up.
W: Let's take your temperature
and have a look at your throat.
Open your mouth wide and asy“Ah”....
Now unbutton your shirt
and let me listen to your heart and lungs.
Take a deep breath please.
And another. That'll do.
Q: Where does this conversation most probably take place?
14. M: Could you give me some idea about the load?
W: Yes. Altogether 50 students,
and I'll give them written assignments
every other week.
The schedule is up to you as long as
you finish the correction
before the new written work is assigned.
Q: What's the relationship between the two speakers?
15. M: Good morning, ladies and gentlemen,
and welcome to our program.
The question for this evening is:
"Smoking should be banned in all public places.
Do you all agree?"
Mrs. Perkins, can we have your opinion first?
W: I’m in complete agreement.
Smoking should be banned in all public places.
Q: What's the occupation of the woman?
16. M: Can you come back for a fitting on the 18th,
that's in a week's time?
W: The 18th? I'm sorry,
but you see our delegation is leaving on the 20th.
Could you have the suit ready by say, the 18th,
or at the least the 19th?
Q: When is the delegation leaving?
17.M: Oh, can you come over to my place?
We can watch "Friends" together.
That is one of my favorite shows.
W: Me too!
I've seen nearly every episode from all ten seasons.
I think it's the best sitcom ever aired.
My favorite character is Chandler
--his one-liners always make me crack up.
Q: What are the two speakers talking about?
18. M: Can I try on some shoes for everyday wear?
W: What about this pair?
They're a very good make
and will wear a long time.
Q: What’s the relationship between the two speakers?
Now you will hear the two long conversations.
Conversation One
W: Dr. Carter’s Office.
M: Yes, I'd like to make an appointment
to see Dr. Carter, please.
W: Okay. Could I have your name please?
M: Yes. My name is Ronald Schuller.
W: Okay. How about the day after tomorrow
on Wednesday at 4:00 p.m.?
M: Uh. Do you happen to have an opening in the morning?
I usually pick up my kids from school around that time.
W: Okay. Um...how about Tuesday at 8:00 a.m.
or Thursday at 8:15 a.m.?
M: Well, Thursday would be fine.
W: Okay. Could I have your phone number please?
M: It’s 643-0547.
W: Alright. And what’s the nature of your visit?
M: Uh...
W: Yes, sir.
M: Well, to tell the truth,
I fell from a ladder two days ago while painting my house,
and I hurt my ankle when my foot landed in a paint can.
I suffered a few scratches on my hands and knees,
but I'm most concerned that the swelling
in my ankle hasn't gone down yet.
W: Well, did you put ice on it immediately
after this happened?
M: Well yeah. I just filled the paint can with ice and...
W: And so after you removed the paint can...
Sir, sir, Mr. Schuller, are you still there?
M: Well that's part of the problem.
Uh, the paint can is still on my foot.
W: Look, Mr. Schuller. Please come in today.
I don't think your case can wait.
Questions 19 to 21 are based on the conversation
you’ve just heard.
19. What time does the man schedule
an appointment to see Dr. Carter?
20. Why does the man want to see the doctor?
21. What does the woman suggest
at the end of the conversation?
Conversation Two
W: Thanks to Apple's effective marketing campaigns,
the term iPod has almost become generic for "mp3 player."
But buying an iPod is not so easy,
and first-time iPod customers have many questions.
Now we have iPod's marketing manager,
Dave Fester, to answer the most frequently asked ones.
Welcome, Dave.
M: Thank you, Susie.
W: So what's the difference
between the various iPods on the market now?
M: The larger iPods are generally the most expensive,
but offer higher capacities, video playback,
photo storage and other interface niceties.
The Nano and Minis are significantly
smaller flash-based devices with fashion accessories,
and they come in a range of different colors.
Which one you decide on
will hinge on personal preference for size,
capability and handling.
W: I've heard that I have to use iTunes
if I purchase an iPod. Is that true?
M: Many people have the wrong impression of iTunes.
While you can purchase music through iTunes,
you can also use it to organize
and transfer to your iPod
songs that you already have on your computer.
The iTunes application performs
many of the same functions as the Windows Media Player.
W: How long do the batteries on an iPod last
between charges?
M: Depending upon the model you buy,
battery life is between 8 and 14 hours.
Your iPod charges when it's hooked up to your computer.
Questions 22 to 25 are based on the conversation
you’ve just heard.
22. According to the conversation, what is the woman?
23. According to the man,
what should be taken into consideration
while customers choose various iPods?
24. Which statement is NOT true about iTunes
according to the conversation?
25. Which aspect of iPod batteries makes it convenient to use?
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
First impressions can be quite important.
A good or great first impression
can create a positive role
in the minds of the new people we meet.
You only get one chance to do that, right?
So a real great way to make a first impression
is to make eye contact
and really take interest in the person
that you are meeting.
First of all, remember their names.
If, when you first meet somebody,
you use their names in a sentence
when you talk to them,
you let them know that you heard their name,
that you listened,and keep it in your mind.
And allow them to be in the spotlight.
Share about yourself and reveal some things
but don't monopolize the conversation.
It's not all about you.
Even if you're the most interesting person in the world,
people want to talk about themselves too.
So, be a great listener,
ask questions
and really want to get to know the other person,
other than keep talking without
letting others throw in even one word.
Make sure that you dress nice and have good posture.
And don't be negative;
don't complain about things.
People would like others to bring them happiness,
and no one wants to hear your problems.
Just be positive, be yourself,
don't be phony and be a good listener.
Questions 26 to 28 are based on the passage
you have just heard.
26. Why are first impressions very important?
27. What is the speaker's suggestion
about leaving a first impression?
28. Which statement can NOT be applied
according to the passage?
Passage Two
Why must we pay taxes?
The answer is that the government needs money
for many things,
for example to pay its soldiers, sailors and airmen,
to build roads, bridges, offices, schools, etc;
and only the people of the country can supply the money.
One of the most important taxes is income-tax
which a person pays according to the amount of his income,
whether he is a merchant, a doctor, a lawyer,
or a shopkeeper.
This is called a "direct" tax,
because it is paid in money direct to the government.
Another tax is paid on goods
such as watches, new clothes, tobacco, wine, etc.
when they are brought into a country,
such a tax is paid of the price of these goods
if they are later sold in shops.
We call it "indirect" tax,
because it is paid indirectly through the shopkeeper.
People usually complain about having to pay taxes,
but they forget that the money is spent on things
that they and their families need.
We need policemen to catch thieves,
to see that men obey the laws, to direct traffic, etc. ,
and they must be paid what they earn;
children need education
and there must be schools and teachers;
we want our streets to be kept clean,
and the wages of men
who do this kind of work have to be paid.
Taxes, anyway, cannot be avoided.
We buy our own food and clothes
and pay for our own amusements;
but there are several things
that the State finds the money for,
and that are necessary for us if our society is to continue.
We have no real reason to complain,
when we are asked to supply money to be spent for
the good of ourselves and for our fellow citizens.
Questions 29 to 31 are based on the passage
you have just heard.
29. What does the indirect tax mean?
30. Why do people complain about having to pay taxes?
31. Why does the speaker say “Taxes cannot be avoided”?
Passage Three
City traffic is a great problem.
More cars are produced every year
and the streets are getting more and more crowded.
So during "rush hours", when people are going to
or from their work, traffic is brought to a standstill.
It has been suggested that commuters
should share their cars and give each other lifts.
It is an excellent idea; however,
so far nobody has been able to think of a way
to compel people to do so.
To discourage motorists from leaving their cars
in the streets all day, parking meters are used.
When you park at a meter, you will pay a coin.
This pays for a certain amount of time.
The meter records this and it shows
when the time that you have paid for is finished.
If the car is still there then, you have to pay a fine.
Traffic wardens look after the meters.
They walk around the streets
and check that every meter shows
that money has been paid for the car parked there.
If a meter registers "time expired",
the motorist who has left his car there is fined.
Of course, the traffic warden cannot wait for
the owner of car to return.
He carries a block of printed forms,
and on one of these he writes down all the details,
such as the registration number of the car,
where it is parked,
how much the driver must pay
and where he must send the money.
He leaves this form on the car
where the driver will be able to see it easily;
he usually pushes it under one of the windscreen wipers
so that it will not blow away.
And in case it rains before the motorist,
the form is put in a little plastic envelope to protect it.
When the driver comes back,
he gets an unpleasant surprise,
but it is his own fault for leaving his car too long
at a parking meter.
Questions 32 to 35 are based on the passage
you have just heard.
32. What is "rush hours" according to the passage?
33. What are parking meters used for?
34. What will happen if the parking meter
register's "time expired"?
35. How do the traffic wardens protect the form
they give to the motorist from rain?
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.
The need for medical workers has increased greatly
in the United States in recent years.
More doctors are graduating from medical schools each year,
yet the need for medical personnel is still great.
To help meet the demand,
more paraprofessionals are being used.
Paraprofessionals are men and women
who are trained to do many of the routine tasks of doctors.
They do not receive the extensive education
and training repaired of doctors and nurses.
Called physicians' assistants,
the paraprofessionals relieve doctors of routine work.
Thus, doctors have more time to give to their patients.
In recent years schools have been established
to train physicians' assistants.
In addition, a special 18-month program
trains persons to be nurse practitioners,
after they finish the basic course.
Nurse practitioners can give physical examinations,
sew up cuts, give injections, develop special diets,
and even deliver babies.
They work mostly in rural areas.
Now the passage will be read again.
The need for medical workers has increased greatly
in the United States in recent years.
More doctors are graduating from medical schools each year,
yet the need for medical personnel is still great.
To help meet the demand,
more paraprofessionals are being used.
Paraprofessionals are men and women
who are trained to do many of the routine tasks of doctors.
They do not receive the extensive education
and training repaired of doctors and nurses.
Called physicians' assistants,
the paraprofessionals relieve doctors of routine work.
Thus, doctors have more time to give to their patients.
In recent years schools have been established
to train physicians' assistants.
In addition, a special 18-month program trains persons
to be nurse practitioners,
after they finish the basic course.
Nurse practitioners can give physical examinations,
sew up cuts, give injections, develop special diets,
and even deliver babies.
They work mostly in rural areas.
Now the passage will be read for the third time.
The need for medical workers has increased greatly
in the United States in recent years.
More doctors are graduating from medical schools each year,
yet the need for medical personnel is still great.
To help meet the demand,
more paraprofessionals are being used.
Paraprofessionals are men and women
who are trained to do many of the routine tasks of doctors.
They do not receive the extensive education
and training repaired of doctors and nurses.
Called physicians' assistants,
the paraprofessionals relieve doctors of routine work.
Thus, doctors have more time to give to their patients.
In recent years schools have been established
to train physicians' assistants.
In addition, a special 18-month program trains persons
to be nurse practitioners, after they finish the basic course.
Nurse practitioners can give physical examinations,
sew up cuts, give injections, develop special diets,
and even deliver babies.
They work mostly in rural areas.
This is the end of listening comprehension.
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