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2019专四听力全真模拟练习mp3附文本(20)

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  [00:13.12]TEST FOR ENGLISH MAJORS GRADE FOUR

  [00:16.90]PART I DICTATION

  [00:19.64]Listen to the following passage.

  [00:22.32]Altogether the passage will be read to you four times.

  [00:25.56]During the first reading, which will be done at normal speed,

  [00:29.91]listen and try to understand the meaning.

  [00:32.80]For the second and third readings,

  [00:34.98]the passage will be read sentence by sentence,

  [00:37.50]or phrase by phrase, with intervals of 15 seconds.

  [00:42.03]The last reading will be done at normal speed again

  [00:45.08]and during this time you should check your work.

  [00:48.16]You will then be given 1 minute

  [00:50.19]to check through your work once more.

  [00:52.54]Please write the whole passage on ANSWER SHEET ONE.

  [00:56.59]Now listen to the passage.

  [00:59.97]Christmas traditions

  [01:02.52]There are many ways to celebrate Christmas,

  [01:06.45]and some British people like to go on holiday,

  [01:09.39]go out for lunch to a restaurant, or spend the day with friends.

  [01:14.50]But most people's idea of a traditional Christmas

  [01:18.31]involves spending a few days with their family--sometimes their extended family.

  [01:24.49]The day is the most exciting for the children.

  [01:28.54]They may have spent weeks or even months

  [01:31.42]dreaming of the presents they want most.

  [01:34.49]Since the beginning of December,

  [01:36.37]they may have opened their advent calendars.

  [01:39.43]On Christmas Eve, they hang up stockings,

  [01:42.71]ready to be filled with presents by Santa Claus.

  [01:46.11]The second and third readings, you should begin writing now.

  [01:51.13]Christmas traditions

  [01:53.74]There are many ways to celebrate Christmas,

  [02:11.99]There are many ways to celebrate Christmas,

  [02:29.75]and some British people like to go on holiday,

  [02:47.23]and some British people like to go on holiday,

  [03:04.59]go out for lunch to a restaurant, or spend the day with friends.

  [03:22.48]go out for lunch to a restaurant, or spend the day with friends.

  [03:41.82]But most people's idea of a traditional Christmas

  [03:59.51]But most people's idea of a traditional Christmas

  [04:18.01]involves spending a few days with their family--sometimes their extended family.

  [04:37.15]involves spending a few days with their family--sometimes their extended family.

  [04:56.59]The day is the most exciting for the children.

  [05:13.41]The day is the most exciting for the children.

  [05:30.88]They may have spent weeks or even months

  [05:33.77]dreaming of the presents they want most.

  [05:50.61]They may have spent weeks or even months

  [05:53.46]dreaming of the presents they want most.

  [06:09.84]Since the beginning of December,

  [06:12.52]they may have opened their advent calendars.

  [06:29.18]Since the beginning of December,

  [06:31.83]they may have opened their advent calendars.

  [06:47.89]On Christmas Eve, they hang up stockings,

  [07:05.69]On Christmas Eve, they hang up stockings,

  [07:23.84]ready to be filled with presents by Santa Claus.

  [07:40.93]ready to be filled with presents by Santa Claus.

  [07:58.20]The last reading:

  [08:00.67]Christmas traditions

  [08:03.09]There are many ways to celebrate Christmas,

  [08:06.83]and some British people like to go on holiday,

  [08:10.24]go out for lunch to a restaurant, or spend the day with friends.

  [08:14.74]But most people's idea of a traditional Christmas

  [08:18.58]involves spending a few days with their family--sometimes their extended family.

  [08:24.99]The day is the most exciting for the children.

  [08:28.49]They may have spent weeks or even months

  [08:31.36]dreaming of the presents they want most.

  [08:34.39]Since the beginning of December,

  [08:36.58]they may have opened their advent calendars.

  [08:39.89]On Christmas Eve, they hang up stockings,

  [08:43.20]ready to be filled with presents by Santa Claus.

  [08:47.98]Now you have 1 minute to check through your work.

  [09:50.86]That is the end of PART I Dictation.

  [09:55.48]Part Two Listening Comprehension

  [09:59.41]SECTION A TALK

  [10:01.87]In this section you will hear a talk.

  [10:05.26]You will hear the talk ONCE ONLY.

  [10:08.59]While listening, you may look at ANSWER SHEET ONE

  [10:11.98]and write NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS for each gap.

  [10:16.65]Make sure the word(s) you fill in is (are) both

  [10:21.64]grammatically and semantically acceptable.

  [10:25.37]You may use the blank sheet for note-taking.

  [10:28.99]You have THIRTY seconds to preview the gap-filling task.

  [11:04.84]Now listen to the talk.

  [11:06.51]When it is over, you will be given TWO minutes to complete your work.

  [11:12.98]About Train Tickets

  [11:15.02]A train ticket is a travel document

  [11:17.79]valid for a single journey between two cities.

  [11:20.80]There are essentially two types of train tickets in Europe:

  [11:24.61]tickets that come with a reservation

  [11:26.29]and tickets that do not include a reservation,

  [11:28.69]also known as open tickets.

  [11:31.18]It's important for you to understand their specifics.

  [11:34.52]So, please follow my instruction

  [11:36.67]and learn more about them.

  [11:38.09]First--the train tickets that come with a reservation.

  [11:41.74]They come two ways:

  [11:42.91]as a single combined document

  [11:44.98]or as a ticket issued with a separate reservation.

  [11:48.20]A single document that is both the train ticket and the reservation

  [11:52.39]specifically indicates the train number,

  [11:54.65]train time, car number and seat number that you have been assigned.

  [11:58.96]These tickets are only valid for the train indicated on it,

  [12:02.39]and you must occupy the seat hat was specifically assigned to you.

  [12:06.60]You cannot use these train tickets to board another train--

  [12:09.86]even on the same route,

  [12:11.60]and you cannot get off and on the train along the way.

  [12:15.14]In the case of separate train tickets and reservations,

  [12:18.17]you will receive two distinct travel documents:

  [12:21.48]the open ticket and a separate reservation.

  [12:24.50]If for some reason you cannot use the reservation portion of your train ticket

  [12:28.92]if you miss your train,

  [12:30.36]lost the reservation

  [12:31.51]or simply change your plans,

  [12:33.58]the open ticket portion of your train ticket remains valid.

  [12:37.09]You may either purchase a new separate reservation

  [12:39.88]to board a train that requires one,

  [12:42.10]or use just the open ticket portion you already have

  [12:45.53]to board a train on the same route

  [12:47.55]that is "reservation recommended"

  [12:49.33]or a train that does not require reservations.

  [12:52.05]Now for the second category of train tickets:

  [12:54.83]tickets that don't include a reservation,

  [12:57.40]also known as open tickets.

  [12:59.51]These train tickets are valid for a specific route

  [13:02.39]and can be used to board any train that runs on this route

  [13:05.47]that does not require a reservation.

  [13:07.99]It's quite flexible

  [13:09.36]because you can decide which train to take

  [13:11.60]after you've bought the train tickets.

  [13:13.60]With open tickets, you do not have a pre-assigned seat.

  [13:16.89]You can sit in any available seat

  [13:19.29]in the class of service your train ticket was issued for.

  [13:22.22]In most cases, the ticket you get

  [13:24.78]is based on the route you'll be taking.

  [13:26.66]You do not have a choice in most instances.

  [13:29.74]Now, let's review the possible ways you'll get the tickets.

  [13:33.19]Train tickets bought from Rail Europe

  [13:35.63]can be issued in one of three ways:

  [13:37.84]One, paper ticket printed by Rail Europe.

  [13:41.03]Two, print at home e-ticket as a PDF,

  [13:44.84]or issued with a unique e-ticket confirmation code

  [13:48.44]along with your photo ID.

  [13:50.17]Three, print at the station e-ticket.

  [13:53.35]Its e-ticket confirmation code

  [13:55.73]is created and communicated to you

  [13:57.90]at the time of purchase.

  [13:59.48]You need to print the actual paper ticket

  [14:02.20]from a self service kiosk at the rail station

  [14:05.08]prior to your train's departure.

  [14:06.76]To enjoy your trip on the train,

  [14:08.99]remember to physically show your train ticket to the conductor onboard

  [14:12.99]at the time of ticket control

  [14:15.02]or upon check in.

  [14:16.58]For more information, you can check our website.

  [14:19.11]Thank you.

  [14:20.94]NOW you have TWO minutes to complete your work.

  [16:25.72]This is the end of Section A talk

  [16:29.55]SECTION B CONVERSATIONS

  [16:33.22]In this section you will hear two conversations.

  [16:37.17]At the end of each conversation,

  [16:39.66]five questions will be asked about what was said.

  [16:43.76]Both the conversation and the questions will be spoken ONCE ONLY.

  [16:49.62]After each question there will be a ten-second pause.

  [16:54.08]During the pause, you should read the four choices of A, B, C and D,

  [17:01.65]and mark the best answer to each question on ANSWER SHEET TWO.

  [17:07.56]You have thirty seconds to preview the questions.

  [17:42.64]Now, listen to the conversations.

  [17:45.90]Conversation One

  [17:48.14]W: Hello. Is this the accommodation office?

  [17:52.29]M: Yes, how can I help you?

  [17:54.62]W: Well, I've got a bit of a problem.

  [17:57.03]I'm staying in the Godfrey White Dorm,

  [17:59.45]and on Monday, the warden came

  [18:01.86]and told me that I have to move out this Thursday.

  [18:05.38]M: Really? How long have you been staying

  [18:08.08]in the Godfrey White Dorm?

  [18:09.95]W: For the last ten weeks.

  [18:12.72]M: Oh, have you been doing one of the summer courses here then?

  [18:17.08]W: Yes, I've been doing the Academic Language course

  [18:20.81]since the beginning of July.

  [18:22.69]M: And didn't you realise

  [18:25.01]that your accommodation was temporary?

  [18:28.16]W: No, I thought I would be able to stay there for the whole year.

  [18:31.63]I didn't read the small print on the document.

  [18:34.96]The warden went through it with me,and

  [18:37.36]now I see my mistake.

  [18:39.48]M: Oh dear! So, you're looking for somewhere to stay then.

  [18:43.77]W: Yes.

  [18:45.43]M: Well, I'm afraid all the places in the dorms are full.

  [18:49.37]I mean, there may be some students

  [18:51.96]who don't show up when term starts,

  [18:54.04]but we won't know that for the next couple of weeks.

  [18:57.07]The best thing you can do

  [18:58.83]is look for a private house.

  [19:00.67]You'll have to share with three or four other students.

  [19:03.18]Meals aren't included in the price of course,

  [19:05.26]as they are in the university dorms,

  [19:07.73]and you'll have to contribute to the electricity bills.

  [19:11.03]W: Where can I find out about these houses?

  [19:14.49]M: I've got a list here,

  [19:16.16]but it's not up to date.

  [19:17.55]Rooms are taken up every day,

  [19:20.06]so it's hard to know whether a house has a free place or not.

  [19:23.39]I can give you a photocopy of this list

  [19:25.77]and you can ring round.

  [19:27.63]W: Can I use the phone here?

  [19:30.36]M: I'm afraid not!

  [19:31.69]If we let everyone who asked do that,

  [19:34.05]there'd be someone here all day!

  [19:36.58]W: Do you have a map?

  [19:38.19]It'd be useful to know where these places are.

  [19:41.03]M: Yes, I can give you a map.

  [19:42.80]This one's got the bus routes on it too,

  [19:45.33]so you can find out how easy it is to get from the house

  [19:48.71]to the university.

  [19:50.40]W: Great. And what if I can't find a place before Thursday?

  [19:55.50]M: Well, the YMCA offers cheap beds.

  [19:59.12]It's located

  [20:00.45]halfway between the university and the city centre.

  [20:03.62]You can get a bed in a shared room there,

  [20:05.95]and you can also buy cheap meals.

  [20:08.28]But you should phone up and book a bed in advance.

  [20:11.60]It's very busy this time of year.

  [20:13.51]I'll give you the number.

  [20:15.03]Do you need a pen?

  [20:16.97]W: No, don't worry, I've got one.

  [20:19.95]M: So, the number's 482 5903.

  [20:25.14]W: 482 5903.

  [20:29.05]M: That's right.

  [20:30.35]Anything else I can help you with?

  [20:32.66]W: No, that's everything. Thanks. Bye!

  [20:37.21]This is the end of Conversation One.

  [20:39.95]Questions 1-5 are based on Conversation One.

  [20:44.38]1. What course is the woman learning?

  [20:58.56]2. Why didn't the woman realize that her accommodation was temporary?

  [21:14.41]3. Where does the man think is the best place to live?

  [21:28.94]4. What should the woman do to find out private houses?

  [21:44.30]5. What do we learn about the YMCA?

  [21:58.64]Conversation Two

  [22:00.91]W: Hey. Uh, you look really unhappy.

  [22:04.54]What's going on?

  [22:06.06]M: Ah, you don't want to know.

  [22:08.94]W: Okay, see you.

  [22:11.08]M: Wait, wait, wait!

  [22:12.41]Why are you walking away?

  [22:13.89]W: Well, you said I didn't want to know,

  [22:17.42]so I just walked away.

  [22:19.64]M: No, wait. You see my parents don't really love me.

  [22:24.23]W: What do you mean?

  [22:26.26]Why do you say so?

  [22:27.62]When I met them last week,

  [22:29.58]they seemed really caring.

  [22:31.77]Your mum made the birthday cake for you

  [22:34.41]and you father booked the tickets of your favorite band's concert for you.

  [22:39.11]Things couldn't change that instant.

  [22:41.64]M: You don't understand!

  [22:43.35]You see. I want a new smart phone...

  [22:45.81]I mean, I need one,

  [22:47.58]and my parents won't buy me a new one!

  [22:50.23]W: Uh, excuse me, but don't you already have an iPhone?

  [22:55.23]M: Yeah, but it's three months old.

  [22:58.79]W: Old? I bought my cellphone three years ago.

  [23:03.28]So my cellphone can be called something ancient.

  [23:06.98]I really don't see why you need to change it.

  [23:10.04]M: And it has a small scratch on it.

  [23:13.13]W: Where? Let me see.

  [23:15.60]M: Look! Here. You see a scratch here?

  [23:18.97]W: I don't see a scratch.

  [23:21.30]M: Look, look, right here! You see it?

  [23:24.34]W: Come on! It's just a speck of dust.

  [23:28.28]M: Anyway... And my other phone...

  [23:31.11]W: What? You have two phones?

  [23:34.59]M: Yes. I have one for my classmates and friends,

  [23:37.67]and the other for my family.

  [23:39.76]Hey, that's beside the point.

  [23:42.43]W: So did your parents give you a reason

  [23:44.64]for not buying you a new phone?

  [23:47.58]M: Not a good one. Only something about

  [23:50.20]being self-reliant and not being so entitled,

  [23:53.54]or something like that.

  [23:54.95]W: Then what kind of smart phone are you planning to buy this time?

  [23:59.01]M: You see here, on the ad, it says

  [24:01.74]the Apple company is launching a new iPhone.

  [24:04.82]It features more durability

  [24:06.63]thanks to less pliable 7000-series aluminum.

  [24:10.35]There's going to be a much-improved camera.

  [24:12.97]What's more,

  [24:14.08]Apple also claims that Wi-Fi is twice as fast

  [24:17.82]when using this new iPhone.

  [24:19.54]Don't you think it is quite cool?

  [24:21.81]I think that's a perfect smart phone for me, you know.

  [24:26.36]W: Yeah. The cool features also come with a steep price...

  [24:31.06]Listen, I think it is okay for you to buy a new iPhone,

  [24:35.96]but the thing is

  [24:37.38]you'd better earn the money yourself.

  [24:39.30]Just like what your parents said,

  [24:41.27]be self-reliant.

  [24:43.10]Hey, you see, there's an ad looking for part-time tutors as well.

  [24:47.44]Think about that.

  [24:49.26]M: Uh! You're no help.

  [24:51.07]If I do as what you said,

  [24:52.67]the phones will be sold out!

  [24:55.02]This is the end of Conversation Two.

  [24:57.98]Questions 6-10 are based on Conversation Two.

  [25:01.93]6. Why does the man think his parents do not love him?

  [25:17.65]7. What do we learn about the woman's cellphone?

  [25:32.56]8. What do the man's parents think of him?

  [25:46.64]9. Which is the new iPhone's feature according to the man?

  [26:02.95]10. What does the man think of the woman's advice?

  [26:17.48]This is the end of Part two Listening Comprehension.

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