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英语听力练习高级训练12:驾照路考

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  英语听力练习题目:Driving Road Test 驾照路考

  1. Where has the man been practicing for his road test this past week?

  A. at a driving school

  B. on streets around town

  C. at home

  2. In what part of town do they begin the road test?

  A. in a commercial area

  B. in a residential district

  C. in a school zone

  3. What was the situation with the vehicle in front of them?

  A. Mr. Smith is following too closely.

  B. The driver of the other car is tailgating them.

  C. The car ahead of them is driving below the speed limit.

  4. What did Mr. Smith almost hit in the road?

  A. another vehicle

  B. a person

  C. a street sign

  5. What does the driving officer suggest Mr. Smith do at the end of the conversation?

  A. He should come back on Friday to take the test.

  B. He had better take more driving lessons before trying the test again.

  C. He ought to take the test with another driving officer.

  答案:

  1. at home

  2. in a commercial area

  3. Mr. Smith is following too closely.

  4. a person

  5. He ought to take the test with another driving officer.

  英语听力原文:

  Driving Officer: Okay. Mr. Smith. Let's begin your road test.

  Mr. Smith: Oh. I know I'm ready. I've been practicing in my driveway all week.

  Driving Officer: Okay. Mr. Smith. As I'm sure you are aware, you will not only be tested on your knowledge of the rules of the road, but on your behavior toward other motorists.

  Mr. Smith: Okey-dokey.

  Driving Officer: Okay. Now you can start your car.

  Mr. Smith: Yeah, right. Here we go!

  Driving Officer: Whoa! Take it easy. The speed limit in this business district is only 25 miles an hour. [Oh]. All right. Now, turn right at the next corner . . . [This corner?] Na, not here! Wow! You forgot to signal too!

  Mr. Smith: Gosh. I didn't see that one, and . . . Ah, Could you grab my cell phone under my seat. [Huh?] Nah, I'll get it.

  Driving Officer: Oh, Mr. Smith. Keep your eyes on the road!

  Mr. Smith: Oh yeah.

  Driving Officer: Okay. Now, pull over here and show me that you can parallel park.

  Mr. Smith: Sure. Wait. Hey bud. Move your car. I was here first!

  Driving Officer: Ah. Forget it. Just keep driving.

  Mr. Smith: So, how am I doing? Can I just take a peek at your notes?

  Driving Officer: No! And, uh, watch out. Mr. Smith. Now you're tailgating the vehicle in front of us.

  Mr. Smith: Oh, yeah. I'm just so excited about getting my license today. [Right.].

  Driving Officer: Okay. Now carefully, CAREFULLY turn right here, and wait, wait, WAIT . . .STOP!! You almost hit that pedestrian . How in the world did you pass the written test anyway? [Well . . .]You have to give way to any pedestrians crossing the street. Jeez!

  Mr. Smith: Oh. sorry about that. It won't happen again.

  [Car screeching to a stop . . .]

  Driving Officer: Whoa! Get out! [What?] Get out! I'm driving back to the office.

  Mr. Smith: Does this mean I didn't pass the test?

  Driving Officer: Look, Mr. Smith. Could you do me a favor? When you come back to take the test again, plan on coming on Friday.

  Mr. Smith: Again? Why? Is it less crowded that day?

  Driving Officer: No. It's my day off.

  英语单词短语:

  driveway n. 私人车道 (noun): a small road leading up to a private house

  - My car is parked in the driveway.

  motorists 汽车司机 (noun): a person who operates a motor vehicle (car, motorcycle)

  - Nowadays, more and more motorists are deciding to use public transportation to commute to work.

  Okey-dokey 没问题 (exclamation): informal for "Okay"

  - Okey-dokey. Let's begin the driving test.

  district n. 区域;地方;行政区 (noun): area

  - The speed limit in most residential districts is 25 miles per hour.

  grab vt. 攫取;霸占;将…深深吸引 (verb): to take hold of something

  - The woman grabbed the running child before he ran out into the road.

  bud n. 芽,萌芽;蓓蕾 (noun): informal, sometimes used in a hostile or unfriendly manner when speaking to a man whose name is unknown

  - Hey bud. Watch where you're driving. You almost hit that tree.

  peek vi. 窥视,偷看 (verb): to take a short look at something

  - This car looks nice. Hey, take a peek inside to check how many miles it has.

  tailgate 后挡板;下闸门 (verb): to drive too close to the vehicle in front of you that might make it impossible to avoid hitting in case of an emergency

  - Tailgating too closely is the cause of many accidents.

  pedestrian n. 行人;步行者 (noun):a person who walks, particularly where motor vehicles travel

  - You should pay careful attention to pedestrians when making turns on busy streets.

  jeez int. 呀 (interjection): an expression to show mild surprise, frustration, or disappointment

  - Jeez. You should have told me you didn't have money for gas.

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