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[00:06.31]第7天 考点突破强化练习
[00:12.10]Exercise One
[00:14.18]Conversation One
[00:16.15]W: Hi. How can I help you?
[00:18.66]M: Yes, I’d like to return this sweater for a refund. I bought it a week ago.
[00:23.37]W: Well, first of all, what seems to be the problem?
[00:26.98]M: Well, isn’t it obvious by just looking at it?
[00:31.13]The first time I washed and dried it, the thing shrank at least five sizes.
[00:36.16]It wouldn’t even fit a thin snake.
[00:38.79]W: Uh, I see what you mean, but did you follow the washing instructions?
[00:43.28]I think it says here ... yeah ... right here on the label to hand wash it and then dry it on low heat.
[00:51.59]M: How was I supposed to know that? The label is written in Chinese! And something else:
[00:58.15]The stitching is coming undone and the color faded from a nice dark blue to a seaweed green.
[01:03.62]What kind of merchandise are you trying to sell here anyway?
[01:07.34]W: Listen, sir. We take a lot of pride in our clothing.
[01:12.04]What I can do is allow you to exchange the sweater for another one.
[01:15.98]M: I don’t want to exchange it for anything! I just want my money back!
[01:20.24]W: Well, I can give you credit on your next purchase.
[01:23.85] Since the item you purchased was on clearance, we can’t give you a refund.
[01:28.33]M: A clearance item! No wonder! Well, I want to talk to the manager.
[01:33.80]W: Uh, He’s not here at the moment.
[01:36.43]M: Look. This is ridiculous.
[01:38.39]W: And anyway, you can only return items with a receipt within six days,
[01:42.77]and unfortunately, that was yesterday in your case.
[01:46.71]M: Okay, I’ll choose another one.
[01:49.22]Questions 19 to 21 are based on the Conversation you have just heard.
[01:57.21]19. Why did the man want to return the sweater?
[02:15.44]20. How did the woman deal with the man’s request?
[02:37.52]21. What do we learn at the end of the conversation?
[02:54.54]Conversation Two
[02:58.00]W: Good evening and welcome to our program.
[03:01.50]Today we’ll talk about several interesting cultural artifacts
[03:05.11]that are a part of daily lives of the Japanese, and perhaps other Asian countries as well.
[03:12.77]We’re very happy to have Ben Smith here.
[03:15.83]M: Thank you.
[03:16.69]W: Well, artifacts made of bamboo are very important in Japanese culture.
[03:22.70]M: Yes. For hundreds and even thousands of years,
[03:26.20]the bamboo plant has played an important role in the lives of the Japanese,
[03:30.25]and at one time, it was believed that the Shinto gods could be found in the stem of the bamboo plant,
[03:36.70]and this is something that is portrayed in one of Japan’s oldest tales,
[03:39.98]The Tale of the Bamboo Cutter.
[03:43.05]W: That sounds interesting. Bamboo is a very versatile plant. It’s light and flexible,
[03:48.51]but strong, and there are many varieties of it.
[03:51.58]They can be used to make various artifacts.
[03:54.75]M: Yeah, and some of them are really exquisite.
[03:58.14]W: Very happily, Mr. Smith has brought here several bamboo artifacts.
[04:02.85]So can you introduce them to us, Mr. Smith?
[04:05.91]M: Sure. The first one is a chashaku. It is a tea spoon,
[04:10.83]and it is used for measuring powdered green tea during the tea ceremony.
[04:14.98]W: That’s fine. What about this?
[04:17.61]M: Uh, it is a tea whisk.
[04:19.67]It is for mixing the powdered green tea in a small bowl until it becomes a foamy mixture.
[04:24.97]W: Wow, it is so nice and I love it. Thank you for showing us these fine artifacts, Mr. Smith.
[04:31.41]M: My pleasure.
[04:33.27]Questions 22 to 25 are based on the conversation you have just heard.
[04:40.82]22. What are the two speakers talking about?
[04:59.47]23. According to the conversation, which is true about the Shinto gods?
[05:20.74]24. Why can bamboo be used to make different kinds of artifacts?
[05:42.59]25. What is the chashaku used for during the tea ceremony?
[06:05.18]Exercise Two
[06:08.13]Conversation One
[06:10.32]W: Hello, Steve?
[06:12.17]M: Hi, Veronica. What’s going on?
[06:14.47]W: Oh, my car’s having problems again, but I don’t have the time or the money to get it fixed.
[06:21.21]M: Is it really bad?
[06:22.31]W: It’s starting to overheat whenever I’m idling or in heavy traffic,
[06:26.68]and two days ago I had to pull off the expressway and wait until the engine cooled down.
[06:33.14]M: Have you taken it into a shop?
[06:35.43]W: Well, I went to two different places yesterday;
[06:39.48]one mechanic said he’d check the coolant level and look for fluid leaks;
[06:44.51]the other guy said he thought it was the thermostat.
[06:48.45]I didn’t leave the car with either of them, though, because I didn’t have a ride back.
[06:53.81]M: What are you going to do?
[06:55.48]W: I really don’t know. I’ll have to figure out something; the bus service is terrible around where I live.
[07:02.80]Anyway, could I ask you for a favor?
[07:06.30]M: Of course, what is it?
[07:08.16]W: You know, tomorrow’s Monday and we’re supposed to turn in our homework in English,
[07:12.42]but I’ve only gotten halfway through it—I’ve just been too busy.
[07:17.13]If I came over, would you help me finish it?
[07:20.94]M: Sure, I’ll be here all evening. And actually I haven’t finished the homework either;
[07:27.06]I’ve just been putting it off, so it’s good you’re coming over—I need someone to motivate me.
[07:32.42]W: Thank you so much, Steve. It’s so nice of you. See you later.
[07:36.80]Questions 19 to 21 are based on the conversation you have just heard.
[07:43.00]19. How did the woman deal with her car after something was wrong with it?
[08:06.16]20. Which of the following is true about the place where the woman lives?
[08:27.61]21. Why is the man happy about the woman’s coming?
[08:46.41]Conversation Two
[08:50.13]W: Alexander, you speak quite good English. How did you learn a foreign language so well?
[08:57.57] You know English is really a headache for me. I just don’t know how to learn it well.
[09:04.46]M: Well, when learning a foreign language,
[09:07.31]I would surround myself in the language, the target language, that I wanted to learn.
[09:11.68]W: Surround oneself in the language? I think it is difficult to do that. Can you explain how you do it?
[09:20.21]M: Uh, for example, I would watch a movie in that language, uh,
[09:25.13]which would help me keep motivated to learn vocabulary and phrases.
[09:29.62]W: That sounds interesting.
[09:31.81]M: Yeah, you’ll have a lot of fun by doing so.
[09:34.24]W: I see. A little bit of practice every day is very important to language learning.
[09:41.35]M: Yes. Regular practice is also better than practicing a lot in one day.
[09:46.16]Learning a language well needs patience and perseverance.
[09:49.99]W: Then what else did you do to learn a foreign language?
[09:54.36]M: Well, I would keep a situational notebook.
[09:57.64]W: What is that used for?
[10:00.16]M: Uh, for example, in a restaurant, you use a certain phrase over and over again,
[10:05.84]and so if you can remember just one particular phrase in each setting,
[10:10.11]then you can immediately speak that language and have more confidence,
[10:13.61]and you get more out of learning the language, I think.
[10:16.56]W: Really? I’ll try that. Thank you for your advice.
[10:22.14]M: You’re welcome.
[10:23.89]Questions 22 to 25 are based on the conversation you have just heard.
[10:31.33]22. What is the man doing?
[10:49.73]23. How does the man surround himself in the target language?
[11:12.32]24. What does the man learn from his listening activities?
[11:32.36]25. What is the use of keeping a situational notebook?
[11:51.88]Exercise Three
[11:53.95]Conversation One
[11:56.58]M: English Language Center. How may I help you?
[12:00.08]W: Yes. I’m calling to find out more information about your program.
[12:04.24]For example, what kind of courses do you offer?
[12:08.17]M: Well, first of all,
[12:09.81]the purpose of our program is to provide language learning opportunities to this area’s community,
[12:16.16]whether a student’s goal is to master basic functional language skills.
[12:21.08]Let’s say, for his or her job, or to study intensively to enter a US college or university.
[12:27.86]W: Okay. I’m calling for a friend who is interested in attending a US university.
[12:34.97]M: And that’s the kind of, uh, instruction that we provide,
[12:39.45]from basic communication courses to content-based classes such as computer literacy,
[12:46.02]intercultural communication, and business English.
[12:49.95]W: Great. What are your application deadlines for the next semester?
[12:54.66]M: Well, we ask applicants to apply no later than two months before the semester begins.
[13:00.45]This gives us time to process the application and issue the student’s I-20.
[13:04.83]W: An I-20?
[13:07.13]M: Oh, an I-20 is a form that indicates that we are giving permission
[13:11.94]for the student to study in our program,
[13:13.47]and then the student takes this form to the US embassy in his or her home
[13:18.50]country to apply for the F-1 student visa.
[13:22.77]W: Alright. What is the tuition for a full-time student?
[13:26.27]M: It’s two thousand thirty dollars.
[13:29.00]W: Great. Thank you for help.
[13:31.63]M: No problem and please don’t hesitate to call again if you have any other questions.
[13:37.10]W: Okay. Goodbye.
[13:39.29]Questions 19 to 21 are based on the conversation you have just heard.
[13:44.86]19. Which is one of the purposes of the English Language Center?
[14:07.64]20. Which is one course taught at the English Language Center?
[14:29.06]21. When should one apply to the program if the semester begins on August 29th?
[14:51.67]Conversation Two
[14:54.29]W: Hi, Larry, are you waiting to see Professor Jamison, too?
[14:57.79]M: Yeah, since I got one of the five highest grades in her class,
[15:02.90]she asked me to work as her assistant next semester. I’m here now for my interview.
[15:08.58]W: Oh, yes. I did that job two years ago.
[15:12.19]M: Really? Did you like it?
[15:14.71]W: I think it was the best I’ve had at school. It paid eight dollars an hour.
[15:20.18]M: That is a good salary. What did you do?
[15:23.90]W: I was in charge of grading all the problem sets that were assigned as homework.
[15:28.16]I never had trouble doing it, and Prof. Jamison was always available to help me.
[15:34.51]M: I think it would be very good experience for anyone thinking about becoming a teacher.
[15:40.31]W: Absolutely. You also learn how to use the computer data base, because the records are kept on it.
[15:47.31]And building up your computer skills is a good preparation for lots of jobs.
[15:51.68]M: The job sounds great, but I’m a little worried about how much time it might take?
[15:58.02]W: It’s pretty reasonable. It never took me more than five hours a week to do all the grading
[16:03.38]and then another thirty to forty minutes to record the grades on the computer.
[16:07.76]M: That sounds manageable.
[16:09.83]W: Oh, yeah. You just need to get each set back for the next class,
[16:13.44]but that means you always have at least two days and sometimes four.
[16:18.04]M: It sounds great.
[16:20.12]W: Good luck.
[16:20.78]Questions 22 to 25 are based on the conversation you have just heard.
[16:25.82]22. What is Larry doing when he meets the woman?
[16:46.26]23. Why does the woman give Larry so much information about the job?
[17:06.83]24. What does Prof. Jamison’s assistant do?
[17:27.83]25. What is Larry’s main concern about the job?

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