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2000年英语专业四级考试听力MP3附答案
 
Part Ⅱ DICTATION  [15 MIN.]
  Listen to the following passage. Altogether the passage will be read to you four  times. During the first reading, which will be read at normal speed, listen and  try to understand the meaning. For the second and third readings, the passage w ill be read sentence by sentence, or phrase by phrase, with intervals of 15 seco nds. The last reading will be read at normal speed again and during this time yo u should check your work. You will then be given 2 minutes to check through your  work once more.Please write the whole passage on ANSWER SHEET TWO
Part Ⅲ LISTENING COMPREHENSION  [20 MIN.]
   In Sections A, B, and C you will hear everything ONCE ONLY.  Listen carefully an d then answer the questions that follow. Mark the best answer to each question o n your answer sheet.
Section A  STATEMENT
  In this section you will hear nine statements. At the end of the statement you w ill be given 10 seconds to answer each of the following nine questions.

1.    What is said about Harry’s brother
A.    He is happy with his job.
B.    He is a very ambitious man.
C.    He is too ambitious to be an engine driver.
D.    He doesn’t like to be an engine driver.
2.    What do you learn about Ms. Ellis
A.    She has been waiting.
B.    She is examining her patient.
C.    She is seeing her doctor.
D. She wouldn’t mind waiting.
3.    Joan is probably a___.
A.    nurse              B.  doctor            C.  lawyer        D. saleswoman
4.    The speaker sees Mary wear ___ different silk scarves in a wee k.
A.    2          B.5          C.7        D. 6
5.    Where will the passengers change trains to go to Gilford
A.    East Croydon.        B.Victoria.      C.  Southeast.    D.Red Hill.
6.    What is the speaker probably doing
A.    Interviewing a clerk.
B.    Writing a job ad.
C.    Dismissing a clerk.
D.    Making inquires
7.    What does the speaker mean
A.    Emily is neither honest nor trustworthy.
B.    Emily used to be honest only.
C.    Emily used to be trustworthy only.
D.    Emily is more than honest and trustworthy.
8.    When does the next train leave
A.    6:56.          B.  7:00.        C.7:28.      D.8:38.
9.    What was wrong with Malcolm
A.    He had trouble working hard.
B.    He didn’t know where to go.
C.    He never went anywhere.
D.    He worked hard but never succeeded.
SECTION B CONVERSATION
   In this section, you will hear eight short conversations between two speakers. A t the end of each conversation you will be given 10 seconds to answer each of th e following eight questions.
10.    What’s the probable relationship between the two speakers
A.    Teacher and student.
B.    Doctor and patient.
C.    Lawyer and client.
D.    Boss and secretary.
11.    What is the weather usually like in November
A.    Hotter than the present weather.
B.    More humid than the present weather.
C.    Drier than the present weather.
D.    Cooler than the present weather.
12.    What conclusion can we draw from this conversation
A.    Public buses are fast and cheap.
B.    Parking is becoming a big problem.
C.    Subway trains are even safer than taxis.
D.    Taxis are more convenient than buses.
13.    What are the two speakers talking about
A.    Fixing the woman’s computer.
B.    Ordering some new parts by Friday.
C.    Getting the new parts ready by Friday.
D.    Sending the woman’s computer for repair.
14.    What can we learn from the conversation
A.    Neither of them has a favourable opinion of the service.
B.    The woman is having a terrible time serving in the restaurant.
C.    Both agree it’s time for the restaurant to fire some staff.
D.    The man thinks the restaurant is all right, but the woman doesn’t.
15.    Who will pay for the call
A.    The man. B.    The operator. C.    The man’s sister. D.    The man and his sister. 
16.    What does the man think of the woman’s choice of clothing
A.    He thinks her choice is good.
B.    He thinks her choice is terrible.
C.    He doesn’t like the colour.
D.    He doesn’t like the style.
17.    What happened to Mr. Runt’s project
A.    It was fairly successful.
B.    It was hard and futile.
C.    It failed for lack of fund.
D.    It stopped for lack of land.
SECTION C  NEWS BROADCAST
Question 18 is based on the following news. At the end of the news item, you wil l be given 1O seconds to answer the question.
Now listen to the news.
18.    According to the news, NATO and Russia___.
A.    have finalized a charter on their new relationship
B.    still have differences in military and political issues
C.    will hold a fifth round of talks in Luxembourg
D.    made no progress in this round of talks
Questions 19 and 20 are based on the following news. At the end of the news item , you will be given 20 seconds to answer the two questions.
Now listen to the news.
19.    ___ people were killed during the air crash.
  A. 61              B. 51            C. 41          D. 10
20.    According to the news, the plane crashed___.
A.    shortly before it landed
B.    minutes after it took off
C.    after it cleared the mountains
D.    at the foot of the mountains
Questions 21 and 22 are based on the following news. At the end of the news item , you will be given 20 seconds to answer the two questions.
Now listen to the news.
21.    Which of the following is NOT listed as a terrorist group by the US 
A.    The pro-Iranian Hezbollah.    B.    The Palestinian group Hamas. C.    The Irish Republican Army.    D.    The Basque separatist group ETA. 
22.    The affected groups will be prevented from___.
A.    entering the United States legally
B.    freezing US financial assets abroad
C.    receiving support from other countries
D.    giving weapons to other terrorist groups 
Question 23 is based on the following news. At the end of the news item, you wil l be given 1O seconds to answer the question.
Now listen to the news.
23.    Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu___.
A.    has been prosecuted by the Justice Ministry
B.    may be prosecuted by the Justice Ministry
C.    has been prosecuted by the police
D.    will be prosecuted on Monday
Questions 24 and 25 are based on the following news. At the end of the news item , you will be given 20 seconds to answer the two questions.
Now listen to the news.
24.    The winners of the reported elections are___.
A.    the left-wing Conservatives
B.    the left-wing Socialists
C.    the centre-right Conservatives
D.    the centre-right Socialists
25.    If the left secures the parliamentary majority,___.
A.    Chirac will share his presidential power with Jospin
B.    Jospin will share his prime ministerial power with Chirac
C.    Jospin will become prime minister, and Chirac will remain
D. Jospin will become prime minister, and Chirac will resign
听力原文
PART Ⅱ DICTATION
What We Know About Language
    Many things about language are a mystery and will remain so. However, we now do know something about it. First, we know that all human beings have a language of some sort. No human race anywhere on earth is so backward that it has no language of its own at all. Second , there is no such thing as a primitive language. There are many people whose cultures are undeveloped but the languages they speak are by no means primitive. In all the languages existing in the world today, there are complexities that must have been developed for years. Third, we know that all languages are perfectly adequate. Each is a perfect means of expressing its culture. And finally, we know that language changes over time, which is natural and normal if a language is to survive. The language which remains unchanged is nothing but dead.
PART  Ⅲ    LISTENING COMPREHENSION
SECTION  A    STATEMENT
1. Harry’s brother would not remain an engine driver if he were ambitious.
2. Would you mind waiting a few minutes Ms Ellis is being examined by her physician at this moment.
3. Joan is in hospital. I’d like to send her a handbag she can use later in the law office, where she is employed.
4. Mary and I work in the same office. We are on five days and off two days in a week. Every time I see her, she is wearing a different silk scarf.
5. We’ll come aboard Southeast Service to Red Hill, East Corydon and Victoria, with changes in Red Hill for Gilford.
6. What we need here is a clerk who is careful and CONSIDERATE. Let’s write that in the ad: carefulness and consideration are a must.
7. I used to think Emily was honest and trust-worthy, but now I know better.
8. The first train to Green Hill leaves at 6:28. There is a train every hour on the hour and every 28 minutes PAST the hour.
9. The trouble is no matter how hard he tried, Malcolm didn’t seem to get anywhere.
SECTION B  CONVERSATION
10. M:What do you think Am I OK
W: Well, there is some information that seems to me ... I want to have a thorough checkup and do some tests.     
11. M: It’s hot! I wish it would rain and cool off!
W: This isn’t usual for November. I don’t remember it ever being so hot and dry in November before.
12. M: Many people prefer taking public buses or the subway or even taxis because parking is getting to be a real headache in some parts of the city.
W: That doesn’t surprise me.
13. M: Hello, Good morning, I’m calling to check on the status of my computer.
W: Well, the new parts have just been coming in,so it should be ready by Friday.
14. M: My goodness, the service in this restaurant is really terrible, a lot worse than before.
W: Right. It’s high time they got rid of half the staff here if you ask me.
15. M: Operator, I booked a long-distance collect call for my sister in Switzerland 25 minutes ago, but I haven’t got a reply yet.
W: Sorry, I ring it for you right now.
16. W: I’ll wear this blue jacket. I like the color on me, don’t you think
M: I think it looks terrific on you,really.
17. M: How did Mr. Hunt’s project turn out I heard he had trouble with the financing, but then he could get the loan he wanted.
W: It’s true. He did have difficulties at first. But all in all, the project couldn’t have turned out better.
SECTION C NEWS BROADCAST
News Item One (18)
      NATO and Russia are reporting some progress in efforts to finalize a charter governing their post-cold-war relationship. But they stressed more work must be done to settle their differences in military and political issues. A fifth round of talks between the Russian foreign minister and NATO Secretary General ended Tuesday in Luxembourg.
News Item Two (19-20)
      A Boeing 727 aircraft with 51 passengers and 10 crew on board has crashed into a mountain side just outside the Columbia capital, Bogota. Police and rescue workers said everyone was killed when the plane exploded scattering wreckage over a wide area. The crash happened shortly after take-off when the plane was unable to gain enough height to clear the mountains. The aircraft belonged to Ecuadorian Airline, but it had been chartered by Air-France for the route from Bogota to Ecuadorian Capital, Quito.
News Item Three (21-22)
        The US has designated thirty international groups as terrorist organizations, barring them from receiving money, weapons or other support from US citizens. The new terrorist list includes a Palestinian group Hamas, the Pro-Iranian Hezbollah, Cambodian’s Khmer Rouge, the Basque separatist group ETA, Sri Lanka’s Tamitigers, and Peru-based Shining Path and Tupac Amaru Revolutionary Movement.  The list does not include the Irish Republican Army or the Palestinian Liberation Organization. US Secretary of State Maddine Albright says the affected groups will have their US visas revoked and US financial assets frozen.
News Item Four (23)
    Israeli prosecutors are reviewing charges against Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, after Israeli police called off his indictment. Justice Ministry officials say they hope a decision on whether to bring charges against the Israeli leader will be announced Sunday. The case stems from the appointment of Runny Barong as Israeli attorney general. Critics charged the appointment was part of a conspiracy to end the trial of Netanyahu’s political ally.
News Item Five (24-25)
      The combined left-wing opposition in France has defeated President Jaque Chirac’s ruling conservative coalition in the first round of the country’s parliamentary elections. Projections by French TV give the Socialist-led opposition 40% of the vote and Mr. Chirac’s center-right coalition 37%. If the left secures the majority of seats in parliament, Socialist leader Leono Jospin would likely became prime minister in the power-sharing arrangement with President Chirac.
参考答案
1~5 ACCBD   6~10 BABDB
11~15 DBAAC   16~20 AABAB
21~25 CABBC

 
 

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