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[00:00.00]Part B You are going to hear four conversations.Before listening to each conversation,

[00:09.04]you will have 5 seconds to read each of the questions which accompany it.

[00:14.94]After listening,you will have time to answer each question by choosing A,B,C or D.

[00:25.55]You will hear each conversation ONLY ONCE.Mark your answer in your test booklet.

[00:33.72]Questions 11-14 are based on a talk between two visitors.

[00:41.90]You now have 20 seconds to read the questions.

[00:46.79]M:What a lovely place.Walking round the palace is just like going back in time.Don't you think so.

[01:14.40]Imagine all those noble men and ladies having huge partieshere on summer nights,

[01:21.08]dancing in the halls and gardens.Or Napoleon working in his study,

[01:27.09]planning all those battles that changed the world.

[01:31.30]W:Or how about Mozart?He gave a concert in the palace when he was only six years old.

[01:38.09]Isn't that incredible?M:It was the colors that really impress me.

[01:43.50]The yellow outside walls and the green window frames.It was like a fairy-tale castle.

[01:50.39]W:What about the rooms full of Persian miniature paintings.

[01:55.77]And the huge crystal lights hanging from the ceilings?Weren't they magnificent?

[02:02.17]Don't you wish we were millionaires?

[02:05.86]M:You don't have to be a millionaire to enjoy beautiful things.

[02:10.27]I enjoyed the gardens just as much as all those lovely trees and fountains.

[02:16.96]And the wonderful view of Vienna from the park.

[02:20.85]You don't need money to enjoy a view like that.You only need eyes.

[02:26.34]W:Still,wouldn't it be nice to live in a place like this one here?

[02:31.33]Imagine,twelve hundred different Rooms.

[02:36.11]M:It would be nice as long as I didn't have to clean them.

[02:40.60]You now have one minute to answer questions 11-14.

[02:48.18]11.What is the place the two speakers are visiting?

[02:51.86](A)a modern museum(B)a concert hall(C)an ancient castle(D)a royal palace

[02:57.27]12.What did Mozart once do in this place?(A)He held a party for the nobles.

[03:05.47](B)He gave concerts in his mature years.

[03:09.26](C)He gave a musical performance as a kid.(D)He played music for Napoleon.

[03:12.55]13.What does the man like best here?

[03:17.43](A)the luxuries in the place(B)the Persian pictures

[03:20.65](C)the colors of the place(D)the crystal lights

[03:27.54]14.According to the man,what one needs to do in order to enjoy beautiful things?

[03:35.33](A)One has to be a millionaire.(B)One has to be keen on things around him.

[03:44.00](C)One has to go to Paris.(D)One has to go to Vienna.

[03:52.39]Questions 15-17 are based on a dialogue between a host and a former astronaut.

[04:05.58]You now have 15 seconds to read the questions.

[04:11.06]W:Hello.Today is the 30th anniversary of the first moon landing.On July 20th,1969,

[04:37.16]man landed on the moon for the first time.

[04:41.26]Over the next several years,a total of 12 men walked across the moon.

[04:47.87]The last man to do so was Eugene German.

[04:52.96]Mr German,it's been 30 years since man walked on the moon.

[04:58.66]What are your thoughts on this anniversary?

[05:02.76]M:How did 30 years go by so quickly?

[05:07.17]It was the greatest endeavor in the history of mankind.

[05:11.85]And it was something a lot of people thought couldn't be done.

[05:16.24]When President Kennedy said in 1961 that we were going to the moon,

[05:22.64]we had a total of 16 minutes of space flight experience.

[05:28.05]Yet we made it.I lived on the moon for 75 hours.

[05:33.84]It was like parking a car in the desert and living out of it.

[05:39.54]Looking back,it sometimes seems unreal because we quit.

[05:45.63]We went to the moon,then we came home.

[05:49.70]The disappointing thing is that I'm still the last moonwalker.

[05:55.19]We should have gone back to the moon and on our way to Mars.

[05:59.99]I gave myself 28 years for that to happen.

[06:04.70]W:Would you like to go to Mars?M:Yes.Absolutely.

[06:09.08]You have 45 seconds to answer questions 15-17.

[06:15.98]15.How many people have been to the moon?(A)20(B)16(C)2(D)12

[06:21.00]16.Which statement is true about the astronauts who went to the moon?

[06:25.59](A)They had only 16 minutes of flight experience by 1969.

[06:29.59](B)They accomplished what was thought to be the impossible.

[06:34.08](C)It seemed unreal to the astronauts that they were on the moon.

[06:37.40](D)It was wonderful for the astronauts to live on the moon.

[06:40.69]17.What is it that Mr.German is not happy about?

[06:44.98](A)He stayed there for only hours.(B)Living on the moon was like living in a desert.

[06:51.17](C)He was not the first man to go to the moon.(D)Man has not been to the Mars.

[06:55.06]17.What is it that Mr.German is not happy about?

[07:00.47](A)He stayed there for only hours.(B)Living on the moon was like living in a desert.

[07:05.77](C)He was not the first man to go to the moon.(D)Man has not been to the Mars.

[07:10.16]Questions 18-21 are based on a talk about the green movement.

[07:20.48]You now have 20 seconds to read the questions.

[07:25.15]Have you ever heard of the Goldman Environmental Foundation in San Francisco?

[07:49.84]Its motto is "think globally,act locally."It has created a prize for the green movement.

[07:59.35]The $60,000 awards are given annually to representatives from six continents.

[08:07.65]One of the prize winners is Roland Tiensuu,a twelve-year-old Swedish boy.

[08:14.63]He thinks that preserving the earth is too important to be left to grownups.Three years ago,

[08:22.41]the boy learned from his teacher about the destruction of the rain forests in Latin America.

[08:29.31]Tiensuu was worried that by the time he and his classmates grew up,

[08:35.42]there would be no rain forests left to save.He thought they should do something.

[08:41.93]One day he saw a television program

[08:46.63]where people planted trees to replace one of those that had been cut down.

[08:52.22]But,of course, Tiensuu couldn't do that because he lived far away in Sweden.

[08:59.22]Then he thought that instead they could buy the rain forest Tiensuu and his classmates

[09:07.32]organized a sale in their small village

[09:11.21]and raised enough money to buy 10 acres of rain forest in Costa Rica,

[09:17.30]School children in Sweden,Germany,Japan and the US have followed his example

[09:25.08]As a result,part of the rain forest has been named Children's Eternal Forest.

[09:32.66]You have one minute to answer questions 18-21.

[09:39.34]18.Which best sums up the purpose of the prize offered by the Foundation

[09:41.85](A)To encourage the Green movement in San Francisco.

[09:46.63](B)To encourage the environmental movement across the world.

[09:48.83](C)To reward individuals on the American Continent.

[09:51.80](D)To establish the image of the foundation in the world.

[09:52.80]19.What was Tiensuu concerned about?(A)Saving the forests in his homeland.

[09:54.68](B)Persuading grownups to protect forests.(C)Planting trees in Latin America.

[09:57.76](D)Preventing destruction of rain forests.

[09:58.96]20.What did Tiensuu and his classmates do in order to buy some acres of trees?

[10:03.56](A)They asked their parents to donate money.(B)They collected funds by selling something.

[10:08.16](C)They appealed to the Swedish government for support.(D)They used their pocket money.

[10:12.23]21.In which countries have children made the same efforts as Tiensuu has done.

[10:16.93](A)Germany,France and Japan (B) France,Britain and Germany

[10:22.94]C)US,Germany and Britain(D)US,Japan and Germany

[10:31.75]Questions 22-25 are based on a talk on the cloning of human beings,

[10:43.13]i.e. the artificial reproduction of human beings.You now have 2o seconds to read these questions.

[10:54.13]W:Welcome to the Genetic World.

[11:18.32]Dr.Smith is going to give his opinion about the cloning of human beings.

[11:24.51]Dr.smith,is it possible to copy human beings at present?

[11:30.81]M:Well,the cloning of human beings is a very inefficient procedure.

[11:36.69]Even if the technique were perfected,

[11:40.50]we must ask ourselves what practical value human cloning might have.Why do we copy people?

[11:49.09]Firstly,couples unable to have children might choose to have a copy of one of them.

[11:55.70]The parents would be more likely to place higher expectation

[12:01.08]on the cloned child than average parents.

[12:05.26]Cloning is also suggested as a means of bringing back a relative,usually a child,killed tragically.

[12:13.86]But it must be first recognized that the copy would be a new child and not the lost child.

[12:21.75]Thirdly,copying is suggested as a means by which parents can have the child of their dreams.

[12:29.53]Couples might chose to have a copy of a film star,

[12:34.63]baseball player or scientist,depending on their interest.

[12:39.72]But what if the child does not live up to their hopes.

[12:44.53]In my opinion,each child should be wanted for itself,as an individual.

[12:51.32]I suggest that there is a greater need to consider the interests of the child.

[12:57.33]And we should reject these proposed uses of cloning.

[13:02.42]You have one minute to answer questions 22-25.

[13:09.42]22.What do we learn about the technique for the cloning of human beings?

[13:13.42](A)perfect(B)inadequate(C)undesirable(D)insufficient

[13:18.62]23.For a couple unable to have children, what would their attitude towardthe cloned child?

[13:21.83](A)They might find it hard to live with him.(B)They might love him so much as to spoil him.

[13:33.01](C)They might expect too much from him.

[13:38.00](D)They might love him more than average parents do.

[13:41.39]24.What will probably be a danger for parents with a cloned child?

[13:45.10](A)The parents' dream is nothing but a false illusion.

[13:50.30](B)The child will not look like their former child.

[13:54.40](C)The child will be spoiled.(D)The child may fail to fulfil the parents' dream.

[13:57.90]25.What is the speaker's opinion of the cloning of children?

[14:01.48](A)The children's interests are more important.

[14:08.77](B)The parents' wishes should be respected.

[14:13.16](C)The reasons for cloning children are justified.(D)There is a need to clone children.

[14:18.93]This is the end of Part B.

[14:26.72]Exercise 6 Part A You will hear 10 short dialogues.

[14:38.32]For each dialogue,there is one question and four possible answers.

[14:45.42]Choose the correct answer--A,B,or D, and mark it in your test booklet.

[14:56.52]You will have 15 seconds to answer the question and you will hear each dialogue ONLY ONCE.

[15:06.42]Now look at question 1.1.M:Jane,I would like to introduce you to my sister, Ellen.

[15:23.61]W:Glad to meet you, Ellen.Bob tells me that you are interested in African art too.

[15:30.40]In fact,he says that you plan to spend the summer in Zimbabwe.

[15:35.60]1.What do the girls have in common?

[15:38.68](A)Both of them are going to in Zimbabwe.(B)They are both from Africa.

[15:42.08](C)They are of the same age.(D)They are interested in African art.

[15:48.56]2.M:I would like to see Mr.Smith, please.

[16:00.24]W:Mr.Smith is not here anymore. Mrs.Brown is the manager now.

[16:06.43]2.What do we learn from this conversation?

[16:10.21](A)Mr.Smith is the new manager.(B)The manager is a man.

[16:15.31](C)The former manager has left.(D)The manager is not here.

[16:21.79]3.M:I am sorry,Miss. Flight 622 has already departed.

[16:33.88]W:Oh.all right. Could you please tell me where I can find a telephone?

[16:40.25]3.What does the woman want to know?

[16:44.54](A)where to board the plane.(B)where to find a telephone.

[16:48.64](C)the flight number(D)the departure time.

[16:54.33]4.M:My tape recorder doesn't work.What do you think I should do?W:Why not call Mr.Jackson?

[17:09.75]4.What does the woman mean?

[17:14.74](A)She doesn't want to ask Mr.Jackson herself.(B)She doesn't want to work for Mr.Jackson.

[17:19.93](C)Mr.Jackson may have broken the tape recorder.(D)Mr.Jackson might fix the tape recorder

[17:24.61]5.M:I'd like to drive to the concert, but my brother has the car tonight.

[17:36.21]W:Who needs a car?We can take the subway if we go a little earlier.

[17:41.90]5.What does the woman mean?

[17:45.09](A)They don't have to go to the concert.(B)His brother should let them use the car.

[17:49.58](C)The subway is fine with her.(D)A car wouldn't be any faster.

[17:56.06]6.W:You seem very tired lately.M:It's my new job. It's hard work and the hours are long.

[18:11.87]6.Why is the man tired?(A)His job is difficult.(B)His job isn't interesting.

[18:19.26](C)He doesn't know how to do his job.(D)He doesn't sleep well at night.

[18:26.34]7.W:Are you going to Canada or Mexico during your winter vacation?

[18:37.15]M:Well,I don't enjoy cold weather at all,and Canada is freezing at wintertime.

[18:44.44]7.What do we learn from this conversation?

[18:47.94](A)The woman will probably go to Canada for her vacation.

[18:51.05](B)The woman will probably wait until summer to go to Mexico.

[18:53.09](C)The woman will probably not go to Canada for her winter vacation.

[18:56.09](D)The woman will probably stay home during her vacation.

[18:59.88]8.M:Excuse me,can you tell me how I can get to the Government Building?

[19:08.58]W:Of course,go straight for two blocks,and then look to the right.

[19:14.87]8.What does the woman mean?(A)The man needs to continue walking.

[19:18.45](B)The man needs to go straight back for two blocks.(C)He has already passed the building.

[19:23.57](D)The building is to his right.

[19:29.55]9.W:I saw Peter today at the hospital.I wonder if maybe something is wrong.

[19:40.87]M:His sister just had a new baby.

[19:44.47]9.What was Peter doing at the hospital?

[19:48.47](A)Something is wrong with his baby.(B)His wife just had a new baby

[19:53.27](C)He went to see a doctor(D)He was seeing his sister.

[19:58.47]10.W:After dinner we can all go to the concer this evening.M:Of course,if I am free.

[20:11.56]10.What does the man mean?

[20:16.05](A)He is not free after dinner.(B)He can go to the concert if he has time.

[20:19.24](C)They can not go to concert together(D)He will go to the concert.This is the end of Part A.

[20:23.03]This is the end of part A.

[20:30.11]Part B You are going to hear four conversations.Before listening to each conversation,

[20:40.92]you will have 5 seconds to read each of the questions which accompany it.

[20:47.01]After listening,you will have time to answer each question by choosing A,B,C or D.

[20:58.42]You will hear each conversation ONLY ONCE.Mark your answer in your test booklet.

[21:08.11]Questions 11-14 are based on the following conversation.

[21:16.32]You now have 20 seconds to read the questions.

[21:22.51]W:It's almost vacation time.Have you found a summer job yet?

[21:48.11]M:I suppose I can work at the boy's camp where I worked last summer.

[21:53.31]But camp jobs don't pay much.W:I think I can get a job at the Edgewater Hotel.

[21:59.89]A friend of mine was a waiter there last summer.The pay wasn't good,but he got lots of tips.

[22:07.70]M:My sister worked there last summer; making beds and cleaning bathrooms,

[22:13.00]she didn't like it,but she earned quite a lot of money.

[22:17.18]W:A friend of my sisters did that one summer

[22:21.15]M:What I want is a job outside.After sitting in college classes all winter;

[22:27.45]I'd like a job in the open air.

[22:30.43]W:The high school kids earn a lot of money every summer cutting grass.

[22:35.91]My brother is only fourteen,but he gets five dollars every time he cuts somebody's grass,

[22:43.30] and it only takes him an hour.

[22:46.39]He just rides around on the machine that he bought, and the machine does all the work.

[22:52.08]M:That's pretty good.I used to cut grass when I was in high school.

[22:57.18]But now I thought I might work for a road-building company, or something like that

[23:02.77]W:It would be good experience.You could earn a lot, too.

[23:07.05]You have one minute to answer questions 11-14.

[23:13.84]11.When did the conversation take place?

[23:18.44](A)before summer vacation(B)during summer vacation

[23:21.55](C)after summer vacation(D)in class

[23:26.43]12.Who are the two speakers?(A)brother and sister(B)unemployed young man and woman

[23:32.44](C)college students(D)high school kids

[23:36.05]13.What kind of jobs does the man prefer?

[23:39.13](A)camp jobs(B)a job at a hotel(C)a job in the open air(D)cutting grass

[23:43.12]14.What do we learn from this conversation?

[23:47.41](A)Camp jobs are very attractive.(B)Customers at hotels usually give tips to waiters.

[23:57.81](C)High school usually help their parents cutting grass.

[24:07.21](D)The man wants a job outside because machines do all the work.

[24:18.52]Questions 15-18 are based on the following conversation.

[24:31.61]You now have 20 seconds to read the questions.M:Good morning.May I help you?

[25:00.53]W:Yes,I want to find out about the bus service between here and my home in Detroit.

[25:08.21]I came here last week by train,but I think I want to return by bus.

[25:14.29]I like to try different ways of,traveling.M:I'll try to help you.Here is our schedule.

[25:21.89]It shows that we have eight buses a day that leave Cleveland for Detroit.

[25:27.90]I think you'll find that the service is cheaper than the train's.

[25:32.60]W:Yes,it looks as,though the tickets are quite a bit cheaper than the train tickets.

[25:40.18]Why is that?M:The bus trip takes a little longer than the train trip,

[25:45.87]and we don't have a dining car or a lounge.

[25:49.77]We do have a rest room,however,and the bus is air-conditioned.The trip should be comfortable.

[25:57.26]W:How long is the trip?M:We have an express bus that takes a little more than three hours,

[26:04.06]and we have a bus that stops at several cities along the way.

[26:09.05]It's cheaper,but it takes a little more than four hours.

[26:14.03]If you don't mind the extra traveling time,it's our best bargain.

[26:19.34]W:Can I use my return ticket from the train to pay for my bus ticket?

[26:25.63]M:No,you'll have to take that ticket back to the train station.

[26:30.13]That's a different company.They'll give you your money back,

[26:35.22]and then you can buy a ticket from me here for the bus.

[26:39.43]W:Thank you,I want to talk this over with my aunt and uncle before I decide.

[26:46.61]I appreciate your help.M:You're welcome.You have one minute to answer questions 15-18.

[26:56.09]15.Where does this conversation take place?

[27:00.90](A)in Detroit(B)at the railroad station

[27:04.29](C)at the bus station(D)at Cleveland airport

[27:08.08]16.Why does the traveler want to take a bus?

[27:11.37](A)The bus tickets are cheaper than the train tickets.

[27:15.76](B)The bus trip is comfortable because it is air-conditioned.

[27:19.16](C)Bus stops at several cities along the way.

[27:22.74](D)The traveler wants to experience another way of traveling.

[27:26.55]17.Why are the bus tickets much cheaper than the train tickets?

[27:29.63](A)The bus trip takes longer time.(B)The bus stops at several cities.

[27:34.73](C)Few people enjoy bus trip.(D)There is no rest room in the bus.

[27:39.01]18.Why couldn't the passenger use the train ticket to pay for the bus ticket?

[27:45.31](A)The train ticket costs more than the bus ticket .

[27:49.88](B)The train station belongs to another company.

[27:56.77](C)Her uncle and aunt don't agree with him to do so.

[28:01.48](D)She doesn't want to pay extra money to the bus station.

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