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英语专业四级2007年听力

[00:02.27]TEST FOR ENGLISH MAJORS (2007)-GRADE FOUR-

[00:08.93]PART I DICTATION

[00:12.98]Listen to the following passage.

[00:15.61]Altogether the passage will be read to you four times.

[00:20.75]During the first reading,

[00:22.93]which will be done at normal speed,

[00:26.22]listen and try to understand the meaning.

[00:30.16]For the second and third readings,

[00:33.54]the passage will be read sentence by sentence,

[00:37.26]or phrase by phrase, with intervals of 15 seconds.

[00:43.28]The last reading will be done at normal speed again

[00:48.31]and during this time you should check your work.

[00:52.36]You will then be given

[00:53.67]2 minutes to check through your work once more.

[00:57.71]Please write the whole passage on ANSWER SHEET ONE.

[01:03.07]Now listen to the passage.

[01:06.88]Advertising

[01:08.74]Advertising has already become

[01:12.19]a very specialized activity in modern times.

[01:16.13]In today's business world,

[01:18.75]supply is usually greater than demand.

[01:22.15]There is great competition

[01:24.77]between manufacturers of the same kind of product,

[01:28.70]because they want to persuade customers

[01:32.10]to buy their particular brand.

[01:35.27]They always have to remind their customers

[01:38.33]of the name and qualities

[01:40.40]of their products by advertising.

[01:43.80]The manufacturer

[01:45.05]advertises in newspapers and on the radio.

[01:49.64]He sometimes employs salesgirls

[01:53.04]to distribute the samples of his product.

[01:55.98]He sometimes advertises on the Internet as well.

[02:01.13]In addition, he always has advertisements

[02:04.41]put into television programs that will accept them.

[02:09.11]Manufacturers often spend

[02:11.53]huge sums of money on advertisements.

[02:14.89]We buy a particular product

[02:17.43]because we think that is the best.

[02:20.16]We usually think so,

[02:22.50]because the advertisements say so.

[02:25.67]People often don't ask themselves

[02:28.63]if the advertisements are telling the truth

[02:32.13]when they buy advertised products from shops.

[02:51.73]The second and third readings,

[02:55.77]you should begin writing now.

[02:59.12]Advertising has already become a very specialized activity in modern times.

[03:21.29]Advertising has already become a very specialized activity in modern times.

[03:43.22]In today's business world,supply is usually greater than demand.

[04:03.65]In today's business world,supply is usually greater than demand.

[04:24.98]There is great competition between manufacturers of the same kind of product,

[04:47.13]There is great competition between manufacturers of the same kind of product,

[05:07.68]because they want to persuade customers to buy their particular brand.

[05:28.75]because they want to persuade customers to buy their particular brand.

[05:49.89]They always have to remind their customers

[06:08.30]They always have to remind their customers

[06:26.73]of the name and qualities of their products by advertising.

[06:46.93]of the name and qualities of their products by advertising.

[07:07.07]The manufacturer advertises in newspapers and on the radio.

[07:28.00]The manufacturer advertises in newspapers and on the radio.

[07:48.28]He sometimes employs salesgirls to distribute the samples of his product.

[08:09.43]He sometimes employs salesgirls to distribute the samples of his product.

[08:30.44]He sometimes advertises on the Internet as well.

[08:49.76]He sometimes advertises on the Internet as well.

[09:09.98]In addition, he always has advertisements put into television programs that will accept them.

[09:32.31]In addition, he always has advertisements put into television programs that will accept them.

[09:56.20]Manufacturers often spend huge sums of money on advertisements.

[10:16.65]Manufacturers often spend huge sums of money on advertisements.

[10:37.80]We buy a particular product because we think that is the best.

[10:57.64]We buy a particular product because we think that is the best.

[11:18.40]We usually think so, because the advertisements say so.

[11:38.23]We usually think so, because the advertisements say so.

[11:58.38]People often don't ask themselves if the advertisements are telling the truth

[12:19.16]People often don't ask themselves if the advertisements are telling the truth

[12:39.82]when they buy advertised products from shops.

[12:58.66]when they buy advertised products from shops.

[13:17.95]The last reading

[13:20.90]Advertising has already become

[13:23.80]a very specialized activity in modern times.

[13:28.44]In today's business world,

[13:30.08]supply is usually greater than demand.

[13:33.80]There is great competition

[13:36.21]between manufacturers of the same kind of product,

[13:40.26]because they want to persuade customers

[13:43.54]to buy their particular brand.

[13:46.17]They always have to remind their customers

[13:49.77]of the name and qualities

[13:51.75]of their products by advertising.

[13:55.24]The manufacturer

[13:56.54]advertises in newspapers and on the radio.

[14:01.13]He sometimes employs salesgirls

[14:04.96]to distribute the samples of his product.

[14:07.80]He sometimes advertises on the Internet as well.

[14:12.61]In addition, he always has advertisements

[14:16.00]put into television programs that will accept them.

[14:20.92]Manufacturers often spend

[14:23.26]huge sums of money on advertisements.

[14:26.98]We buy a particular product

[14:29.07]because we think that is the best.

[14:32.45]We usually think so, because the advertisements say so.

[14:37.92] People often don't ask themselves

[14:40.54]if the advertisements are telling the truth

[14:43.94]when they buy advertised products from shops.

[14:48.54]Now you have 2 minutes to check through your work.

[16:56.15]That is the end of the Part I Dictation.

[17:11.31]PART II LISTENING COMPREHENSION

[17:15.68]In Sections A,B and C

[17:19.64]you will hear everything ONCE ONLY.

[17:23.47]Listen carefully

[17:25.33]and then answer the questions that follow.

[17:28.72]Mark the correct answer to each question

[17:32.88]on your answer sheet.

[17:35.61]SECTION A CONVERSATIONS

[17:39.44]In this section you will hear several conversations.

[17:44.58]Listen to the conversations carefully

[17:47.86]and then answer the questions that follow.

[17:51.91]Questions 1 to 3

[17:54.74]are based on the following conversation.

[17:58.45]At the end of the conversation,

[18:01.08]you will be given 15 seconds to answer the questions.

[18:06.01]Now, listen to the conversation.

[18:10.27]Receptionist: Good evening, sir. Can I help you?

[18:13.88]Mark: Yes. I think I left my digital camera

[18:17.38]on the train from London earlier today.

[18:19.90]Receptionist: Did you, sir?

[18:20.99]Oh, well, in that case,

[18:23.39]we'd better fill in a Lost Property Form.

[18:27.11]Can you tell me your name?

[18:29.09]Mark: Yes, it's Mark Adams.

[18:31.70]Receptionist: OK. Your address?

[18:33.45]Mark: You mean in Britain or in the States?

[18:35.86]Receptionist: How long are you staying?

[18:37.28]Mark: Oh, I've still got a few months in Britain.

[18:40.13]Receptionist: OK, then can you give me your address here?

[18:43.08]Mark: Right. It's 18 Linden Drive, Laten Essex.

[18:49.65]Do you want the phone number?

[18:51.28]Receptionist: Yes, I'd better have that too.

[18:54.02]Mark: OK,0809 45233.

[19:00.91]Receptionist: Thanks. And you say it was a digital camera.

[19:04.63]What make and model?

[19:07.15]Mark: It's Samsung G302.

[19:10.42]Receptionist: OK, got that.

[19:12.72]Now, you say it was the London train.

[19:15.90]What time did it arrive in Edinburgh?

[19:19.29]Mark: At 4:45 this afternoon.

[19:21.47]Receptionist: Well then, if we find it, sir,

[19:24.53]shall we phone you or write to you?

[19:27.60]Mark: No. I think I will drop in the day after tomorrow

[19:30.55]to check out.

[19:31.64]Receptionist: Right you are, sir. We'll do our best.

[19:49.29]Questions 4 to 7

[19:51.73]are based on the following conversation.

[19:54.25]At the end of the conversation,

[19:57.31]you will be given 20 seconds to answer the questions.

[20:01.69]Now, listen to the conversation.

[20:06.17]M: Right, this is the tennis club reception area.

[20:10.00]As a member, you don't have to register when you arrive.

[20:14.26]But you must remember to register your guests.

[20:17.33]And you must be able to produce your membership card

[20:21.37]if a club official asks to see it.

[20:24.43]W: How many guests can I bring with me?

[20:26.84]M: You can bring up to 3 at any one time.

[20:30.23]W: Mm, that's good.

[20:31.87]M: Yes. Well, we want to attract people to our club.

[20:36.14]Now, here are the changing rooms

[20:39.09]with showers and lockers for your clothes and things.

[20:42.48]Obviously, you don't have to leave

[20:45.43]your clothes in the lockers.

[20:47.40]But we strongly advise you to.

[20:49.91]It's much safer.

[20:51.34]W: How much do the lockers cost?

[20:53.64]M: Forty cents. But you get the coin back

[20:56.37]when you take your things out.

[20:58.01]Right,and the tennis courts are round here to the left.

[21:03.15]W: Mm. And we can play for an hour at a time?

[21:07.42]M: You can book the courts

[21:09.09]for thirty minutes or an hour.

[21:11.72]But you can carry on play until the next players arrive.

[21:15.65]W: Of course. What about cafe or bar?

[21:19.92]M: Yes, we have a club room which serves food and drink

[21:24.18]behind the reception.

[21:26.15]The club room is open until 11 o'clock.

[21:29.43]But all players must leave the courts by 10 o'clock.

[21:34.02]W: Hum. That seems very good.

[21:36.43]Thank you very much for showing us around.

[21:39.82]M: Pleasure.

[22:01.12]Questions 8 to 10 are based on the following conversation.

[22:05.60]At the end of the conversation,

[22:08.12]you will be given 15 seconds to answer the questions.

[22:12.94]Now, listen to the conversation.

[22:16.33]W: Ah, good morning. It's Mr. Robinson, isn't it?

[22:20.81]M: Yes.

[22:21.47]W: Have a seat.

[22:22.56]M: Thank you.

[22:23.87]W: OK. I've got your letter of application.

[22:27.70]Now, as you know,

[22:29.45]when you apply for a post with our company,

[22:32.08]we need to find out a few things about

[22:34.59]both your academic background and recent work experience.

[22:39.40]M: Sure.

[22:40.72]W: First of all, A-levels?

[22:43.78]M: Yes, I've got three. Geography, maths and physics.

[22:48.37]W: Geography, maths and physics.

[22:51.98]OK. And what about your degree?

[22:55.59]M: I went to Manchester University

[22:58.11]and got an engineer degree with water management

[23:01.39]as my specialization.

[23:03.36]W: A-ha,I see.

[23:05.32]M: And as for work experience,

[23:08.17]I started it out after graduating in 1996 in India,

[23:12.55]working for the Indian Government.

[23:14.18]W: Did you work as a volunteer?

[23:16.59]M: No, it was a three-year water irrigation project.

[23:20.53]W: That sounds fascinating.

[23:22.38]How did you organize that?

[23:24.79]You say, it wasn't a British company then.

[23:27.74]M: No, I know. My university had links

[23:30.59]with an Indian engineering university.

[23:32.89]So it was organized that level.

[23:35.07]W: And after that?

[23:36.49]M: Then I came back, moved to Sheffield

[23:39.34]and have been working with

[23:40.46]Latimer Engineering since then.

[23:42.76]W: And what exactly are you doing for Latimer?

[23:46.26]M: Ah, I'm working in water irrigation again,

[23:49.76]this time as a project research assistant.

[23:53.26]W: Great. I've got your details.

[23:56.21]Now, let's move on to a more general discussion

[24:00.10]about what we are looking for here...

[24:17.81]SECTION B PASSAGES

[24:20.76]In this section,you will hear several passages.

[24:25.13]Listen to the passages carefully

[24:27.64]and then answer the questions that follow.

[24:31.48]Questions 11 to 13

[24:34.61]are based on the following talk.

[24:36.92]At the end of the talk,

[24:39.10]you will be given

[24:40.09]15 seconds to answer the questions.

[24:44.03]Now, listen to the talk.

[24:47.84]Hello everybody.

[24:50.14]Thank you very much for inviting me here.

[24:53.09]It's very pleasant to have a chance

[24:55.93]to talk to you about something

[24:57.90]that is obviously very much on everybody's minds.

[25:02.93]I want to talk

[25:04.02]about an area of security or safety-bicycles.

[25:10.23]I know a lot of you have bikes.

[25:13.41]First, when you get your bike,

[25:16.25]whether it's new or second hand,

[25:19.09]bring it as soon as possible to us.

[25:22.15]There will be able to stamp it with a serial number.

[25:26.31]We actually stamp it into the metal.

[25:29.92]We'll register the number, put it on our list.

[25:33.86]This can frighten criminals away

[25:36.59]if they realize there is a number stamped on it.

[25:40.31]Second, make sure you buy a good lock.

[25:44.90]It can be expensive. But it's never a waste of money.

[25:49.83]If you have an expensive bike,

[25:52.34]it's worth buying two locks.

[25:55.51]Do spend money on the good lock,

[25:58.03]because the cheap ones can be very very easy to cut.

[26:02.29]Also, make sure you lock the bike to something permanent,

[26:07.54]though do be considerate to pedestrians.

[26:11.37]And if the worst happens-you lose your bike.

[26:15.20]You should immediately reported it to the police station

[26:18.70]calling the serial number that should been stamped.

[26:36.89]Questions 14 to 17 are based on the following talk.

[26:42.79]At the end of the talk,

[26:44.98]you will be given 20 seconds to answer the questions.

[26:49.03]Now, listen to the talk.

[26:52.19]Good morning everyone

[26:53.84]and welcome to the English for Academic Purpose Center.

[26:57.67]I'd like to begin by briefly introducing the services

[27:01.82]we offer here at our center.

[27:04.34]First of all, we have wide range of language courses.

[27:08.16]In the first semester,

[27:10.24]we run an 8-week conversation class for students

[27:13.50]of non-English speaking backgrounds.

[27:16.57]We wish to improve their fluency,

[27:18.62]grammar and pronunciation in English.

[27:22.12]The course is held on Tuesdays

[27:24.75]between 12:30 and 1:30.So that's one hour once a week.

[27:30.62]Please enroll with the secretary before Friday this week.

[27:35.00]For those of you

[27:36.31]who are interested in developing your writing skills,

[27:39.59]we have a 6-week course which runs for 2 hours

[27:43.20]between 4 and 6 on Wednesday afternoons,

[27:46.70]beginning in Week One.

[27:48.78]They concentrate on the writing skills needed for assignments

[27:52.78]in the departments of economics and social sciences.

[27:57.49]Students must be enrolled in either of these departments.

[28:01.64]You probably not thinking about taking examinations yet.

[28:05.80]But later on, towards the end of the term,

[28:08.53]you might like to enroll in our examination skills class.

[28:12.91]The course runs for 5 weeks, and two hours in a week.

[28:17.94]The course deals with the skills you need,

[28:20.45]in both written tests and oral examinations.

[28:24.72]It is not necessary to enroll before the course starts.

[28:29.09]Just turn up for the first class.

[28:50.87]Questions 18 to 20 are based on the following passage.

[28:56.88]At the end of the passage, you will be given

[28:59.95]15 seconds to answer the questions.

[29:03.99]Now, listen to the passage.

[29:08.69]Leonardo da Vinci was born in 1452 in Tuscany.

[29:14.93]As early as 1466,he was working in a workshop.

[29:21.27]Then, in 1482 he moved to Milan.

[29:25.53]After the plague had swept the city of Milan in 1484-85,

[29:33.30]he turned his attention to town planning

[29:36.80]and made several designs for churches and other buildings.

[29:42.05]He moved to Florence, another city in Italy in 1500

[29:47.24]where he painted the famous Mona Lisa in 1503.

[29:53.17]Then he returned to Milan. Between 1510 and 1515,

[30:00.91]after he had been working as an architect and engineer

[30:05.17]to the French King LouisⅩⅡ,

[30:08.46]he devoted himself to painting again

[30:11.63]and produced two great works

[30:15.13]St. Anne Marie & Child and St. John the Baptist.

[30:22.13]In 1515, the King of France invited Leonardo to live in France.

[30:29.12]He moved to a castle there,

[30:31.97]where he spent his last years,

[30:34.38]carrying out his own research.

[30:37.60]He died in 1519.

[30:54.38]SECTION C NEWS BROADCAST

[30:59.63]In this section, you will hear several news items.

[31:04.66]Listen to them carefully

[31:06.52]and then answer the questions that follow.

[31:10.78]Questions 21 and 22

[31:13.83]are based on the following news.

[31:17.44]At the end of the news item,

[31:20.07]you will be given

[31:20.83]10 seconds to answer the questions.

[31:24.88]Now listen to the news.

[31:29.15]Israel's army entered the West Bank area on Tuesday

[31:34.01]to evacuate the last two Jewish settlements there.

[31:38.28]This ended Israel's decades long occupation

[31:42.31]in the Gaza Strip and West Bank.

[31:45.59]Conflicts between the Israelis and Palestinians

[31:48.87]have been called a major stumbling block

[31:51.52]to the Middle East peace.

[31:53.49]Israel formally began the pullout operation last Monday.

[31:58.64]Israeli Prime Minister

[32:00.49]put forward the disengagement plan in 2003.

[32:04.98]It asked Israel to remove all 21 settlements

[32:09.24]in the Gaza Strip and 4 in the West Bank.

[32:22.61]Questions 23 and 24 are based on the following news.

[32:28.95]At the end of the news item,you will be given

[32:32.34]10 seconds to answer the questions.

[32:36.50]Now listen to the news.

[32:40.02]Romania and Bulgaria on Monday

[32:42.21]signed an agreement to join the European Union

[32:46.03]on January 1st,2007.

[32:49.20]That will bring the number of EU states to 27.

[32:53.90]The agreement has to be approved

[32:55.96]by Romania and Bulgaria,

[32:57.92]as well as parliaments of all 25 EU states.

[33:02.62]The two states will join the 25-nation block

[33:06.96]provided they carry out reforms.

[33:09.80]They need to fight corruption, strengthen border controls

[33:14.01]and improve justice, administration

[33:16.64]and state industrial support rules.

[33:20.03]If they do not, the membership

[33:21.98]could be delayed until 2008.

[33:34.69]Questions 25 and 26 are based on the following news.

[33:41.25]At the end of the news item,you will be given

[33:44.04]10 seconds to answer the questions.

[33:47.33]Now listen to the news.

[33:51.37]An economic forum on opportunities in China

[33:56.19]is expected to bring scholars, business leaders

[33:59.57]and government officials to Beijing next week.

[34:04.39]More than 800 delegates

[34:06.80]are expected to attend 3-day Fortune Global Forum

[34:11.61]which opens on Monday.

[34:14.23]More than 250 foreign companies

[34:18.83]including 76 of the Global 500 will be represented.

[34:24.73]The forum is held annually by the US' Fortune Magazine.

[34:30.74]This will be the forum's 10th year and third in China.

[34:36.76]Shanghai hosted it in 1999 and Hong Kong in 2001.

[34:52.96]Questions 27 and 28 are based on the following news.

[34:58.54]At the end of the news item,you will be given

[35:01.60]10 seconds to answer the questions.

[35:04.99]Now listen to the news.

[35:09.15]Hong Kong Disneyland

[35:10.86]opened on Monday with a total of 15,000 visitors.

[35:16.00]Visitors from the mainland

[35:18.08]accounted for one third of the total.

[35:21.36]Most were from Guangdong.

[35:23.77]According to a survey,

[35:25.74]more than 55 percent of Guangzhou residents

[35:29.56]showed interest in visiting the theme park.

[35:33.06]Some 22 percent of Shanghai residents

[35:36.56]and 20 percent of Beijingers

[35:39.35]also said they planed to visit it.

[35:42.85]Disneyland is expected to receive

[35:45.15]at least 1.5 million visitors

[35:48.36]between September and December.

[36:00.70]Questions 29 and 30

[36:03.78]are based on the following news.

[36:07.06]At the end of the news item,

[36:08.81]you will be given

[36:09.68]10 seconds to answer the questions.

[36:13.07]Now listen to the news.

[36:16.68]An Indonesia ferry

[36:18.88]packed with hundreds of refugees

[36:21.21]fleeing violence in the ravaged Spice Island

[36:24.09]sank yesterday.

[36:25.56]And it was not clear

[36:26.87]whether anyone has survived, rescue official said.

[36:30.70]Official said the ship had a capacity of 200 passengers.

[36:34.97]But around 500 were believed

[36:37.15]to have been on board after hundreds of refugees

[36:40.76]forced their way on to the ferry

[36:42.51]on the Island of Halmahera,

[36:44.81]seeing of bloody religious violence this month.

[36:48.09]There were about 198 passengers in crew

[36:51.87]on top of around 290 refugees.

[36:55.37]Selamen, head of the search and rescue team

[36:59.31]in the north of Celebes capital of Manado

[37:02.12]told the reporters.

[37:12.82]This is the end of Listening Comprehension.
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