2019英语专四听力talk全真模拟题MP3附文本(一)

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2019英语专四听力talk全真模拟题MP3附文本(一)

  2019英语专四考试时间为4月20日,考前冲刺阶段,专四听力考试占比30%,考生们应该着重复习,新东方在线英语专四频道在考前为大家整理了十篇2019英语专四听力talk全真模拟题MP3附文本,希望大家认真练习。

  再和大家强调一下:2019英语专四听力理解Section A: Talk本部分由一个500个单词的微型讲座(mini-lecture)和一项填空任务组成。要求学生边听边做笔记,然后完成填空任务。考试时间10分钟。本部分共10道填空题。

2019英语专四听力talk十套全真模拟题MP3附文本


  [00:01.45]SECTION A TALK

  [00:04.00]In this section you will hear a talk.

  [00:07.30]You will hear the talk ONCE ONLY.

  [00:10.15]While listening,

  [00:11.65]you may look at ANSWER SHEET ONE

  [00:13.80]and write NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS for each gap.

  [00:18.35]Make sure the word(s) you fill in

  [00:21.71]is (are) both grammatically and semantically acceptable.

  [00:27.06]You may use the blank sheet for note-taking.

  [00:30.71]You have THIRTY seconds to preview the gap-filling task.

  [01:06.56]Now listen to the talk.

  [01:08.66]When it is over, you will be given

  [01:10.66]TWO minutes to complete your work.

  [01:14.65]Mastering the Art of Conversation

  [01:18.18]Good morning, guys.

  [01:19.48]Today's topic is a practical one:

  [01:21.58]how to master the art of conversation?

  [01:24.28]Some of us are naturally outgoing,

  [01:26.38]and it's part of our personality;

  [01:28.23]for others, it is simply painful

  [01:30.42]and struggling to keep a conversation going on.

  [01:33.68]Actually, making and promoting conversations

  [01:37.05]is a skill that could be learned through practice.

  [01:39.95]Here are some useful tips to start with.

  [01:42.60]First, make eye contact.

  [01:44.95]If you're in a social situation,

  [01:46.90]such as at a party,

  [01:48.26]try to make eye contact with the other people.

  [01:51.01]Once you've established eye contact,

  [01:53.36]give the other person a friendly, smiling look.

  [01:56.86]If the other person holds your gaze,

  [01:59.31]go over to them. Double points if they smile back!

  [02:03.47]If they don't respond, let them go their way.

  [02:06.67]There's a difference between being "outgoing" and "pushy."

  [02:10.17]You don't want to force interaction on someone

  [02:12.66]who isn't interested.

  [02:15.08]This approach doesn't work well in situations

  [02:17.79]where others do not commonly expect to be approached,

  [02:21.04]such as while riding public transit.

  [02:23.69]Part of being outgoing is knowing

  [02:25.57]when and where to approach others

  [02:27.67]and when to keep to yourself.

  [02:29.82]Second, ask open-ended questions.

  [02:32.62]One way to be more outgoing in your conversations

  [02:35.28]with others is to ask them open-ended questions.

  [02:38.68]These questions invite others to respond

  [02:41.18]with more than a "yes" or "no."

  [02:43.70]It's easier to start up a chat with someone new

  [02:46.60]if you encourage them to share about themselves.

  [02:49.55]If you've already exchanged eye contact

  [02:52.00]and smiles with someone,

  [02:53.65]and you're close by, start off with a question.

  [02:56.66]Here are some ideas:

  [02:58.51]How do you like that book or magazine?

  [03:01.51]What is your favorite thing to do around here?

  [03:04.06]Where did you find that awesome t-shirt?

  [03:07.11]Third, search for a commonality.

  [03:10.37]First conversations between people are all about

  [03:13.07]what the two parties mesh on.

  [03:15.37]In order to find out what you can talk about,

  [03:18.23]you have to probe for things you have in common.

  [03:21.03]If you work together or have mutual friends

  [03:23.73]or have anything that links you together, problem solved.

  [03:28.08]Talking about the boss or your friend Susan

  [03:30.58]or that cooking class

  [03:31.63]will open up further topics of discussion.

  [03:34.58]If this person is a stranger,

  [03:36.48]you could start with the scenario.

  [03:38.78]For example, if you're in a book store,

  [03:41.38]you could ask the other person

  [03:42.76]for a favorite reading recommendation.

  [03:45.11]If you're both stuck in a long line,

  [03:47.41]you could make a joke about it.

  [03:49.17]Offer a compliment, but be careful to avoid things

  [03:52.52]that sound judgmental.

  [03:54.22]For example, you could say you love the person's haircut

  [03:57.62]and then ask where she/he got it done.

  [04:00.97]Or you could say that you've been looking for a pair of sneakers

  [04:03.92]like the ones the other person's wearing forever,

  [04:06.57]and ask where she/he got them.

  [04:09.42]Avoid things that are likely to seem offensive,

  [04:12.82]such as comments on the person's size,

  [04:14.97]skin color, or physical attractiveness.

  [04:17.72]Feel free to try as hard as you want

  [04:20.20]and enjoy becoming talkative and outgoing.

  [04:22.95]However, always keep in mind

  [04:24.70]that there is definitely nothing wrong

  [04:26.75]with being an introvert and being shy.

  [04:30.59]Now you have two minutes to complete your work.

  [06:34.72]This is the end of Section A TALK.

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