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決勝四級聽力必備 unit20

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Section A
[00:02.90]1. W: Mary worked as a secretary for three years.
[00:08.75]Then she became a reporter.
[00:12.30]After that she started writing novels.
[00:16.54]M: I know.She has been doing nothing ever since.
[00:21.58]Q: What is Mary's occupation now?
[00:26.51]2. W: Are you pleased that your son wants to be a dentist?
[00:32.16]M: Not really.I'd rather he managed my store when I retired1.
[00:37.69]Q: Who is the man?
[00:41.85]3. W: We've talked long enough.
[00:46.21]Now what do you think of my last novel?
[00:50.57]M: Well,it's a great success.
[00:54.41]Q: What is the woman?
[00:58.46]4. M: I'd like to see that brown jacket you have in the window, please.
[01:05.31]W: What size do you take?
[01:08.44]Q: What is the woman likely to be?
[01:14.19]5. W: I don't know how you'll get through your teaching practice.
[01:19.93]M: Oh,I'll manage.I always do.
[01:24.38]I've planned all my lessons.
[01:28.14]Q: What is the man,do you think?
[01:32.97]6. M: Please show me your license2.
[01:37.20]You were doing 45 in a 30 miles an hour zone.
[01:42.27]W: Sorry,sir.But I have already been late for an important appointment.
[01:48.41]Q: Can you guess what the man is?
[01:53.37]7. M:I want a single room with a bath,what's the rate?
[01:59.12]W: It's 25 dollars a day.
[02:03.06]Your room number is 213
[02:07.11]It is on the second floor.Here is your key.
[02:11.55]Q: What's the woman's occupation?
[02:16.70]8. M: How long can I keep these books out?
[02:21.84]W: One month.Then you will be fined for every day they are overdue3.
[02:27.49]Q: What's the woman's occupation?
[02:32.92]9. M: What do you intend to do with these children?
[02:38.56]W: I will teach them to read,to write and to be honest people.
[02:44.02]Q: What is the woman's job?
[02:48.96]10. M: Here's a prescription4 for some pills.
[02:53.61]Come back and see me in two weeks.
[02:57.87]W: Thank you very much for seeing me.
[03:01.52]Q: What is the man?
[03:06.28]Section B  Passage One
[03:10.82]A long time ago there lived a rich and powerful king.
[03:16.28]He was known everywhere for the splendors5 of his courage
[03:21.14]the magnificence of his palace.
[03:24.98]the strength of his army,and the wealth of his treasure.
[03:30.44]At every meal his table held the rarest and best food.
[03:35.90]His life was one of constant comfort and ease.
[03:40.84]The one thought in the minds of each of his servants and courtiers
[03:46.69]was to satisfy every wish of the king.
[03:51.05]The king gave no thought to anything but his own pleasure and desire.
[03:57.90]He never thought about the welfare of his people.
[04:02.05]For years the king lived happily satisfying his every wish and thinking of no one but himself.
[04:09.60] Then one day,he became ill.
[04:13.65]The court doctors could do nothing to save him.
[04:18.01] Fearfully the Chief Physician came to the king
[04:22.77]and told him that he had only few days to live.
[04:28.12]Then the king wept with sorrow and grief.
[04:32.77]"How can I leave my palaces and court.
[04:37.21]How can I lose all my treasure
[04:41.05]and never see my army again?" he cried.
[04:45.70]"It is not fair that this terrible thing should happen to me.
[04:51.34]When at last he knew that he must die.
[04:56.10]he ordered all his servants to parade before him in their richest clothes.
[05:02.37]He asked that all his treasures be laid out in front of him.
[05:07.62]After he had a magnificent banquet.
[05:12.37]he went to the balcony of his palace to watch his army march past.
[05:18.82]with flags flying and music playing.
[05:23.58]While he was standing6 on the balcony, he looked down and saw a poor beggar.
[05:32.23]"Oh,how I wish I were poor!" he cried.
[05:37.58]"I would not then regret so much leaving my kingdom and all that I own.
[05:43.72]I would not be filled with regret because I have done so little god.
[05:50.48]for my people while I had the chance."
[05:55.42]11. What do you think of the king in this story?
[06:00.99]12. What did the Chief Physician tell the king?
[06:07.44]13. How did the king prepare for his death?
[06:13.19]14. What did the king regret in the end?
[06:19.35]Passage Two
[06:22.41]The big Town Hall clock was striking midnight when Frank began to cross the bridge.
[06:28.94]The night air was cold and street-lamps gave little light.
[06:34.29]Frank was anxious to get home and his foot-steps rang loudly on the street.
[06:40.95]When he reached the middle of the bridge
[06:45.00]he thought he could hear someone coming near behind him.
[06:49.86]He looked back but could see no one.
[06:54.20]However,the sound continued,and Frank began walking more quickly.
[07:00.55]Then he slowed down again,
[07:04.10]thinking there was nothing to fear in a town as quiet as this.
[07:09.53]The short,quick steps grew louder until they seemed very near.
[07:14.78]Frank found it impossible not to turn round.
[07:19.22]As he did so,he caught sight of a human form coming towards him.
[07:25.36]After reaching the other side of the bridge.
[07:29.49]Frank stopped and pretended to look down at the water.
[07:34.24]From the corner of his eyes he could now make out the form of a man dressed in a large overcoat.
[07:41.40]A hat was pulled down over his eyes and very little of his face could be seen.
[07:47.64]As the man came near,Frank turned towards him
[07:52.89]and said something about the weather in an effort to be friendly.
[07:58.04]The man did not answer but asked roughly where Oakfield House was.
[08:04.18]Frank pointed7 to a big house in the distance and the stranger continued his way.
[08:10.45]Frank began following the stranger quietly.
[08:14.89]The man was soon outside the house and Frank saw him look up at the window.
[08:21.73]A light was still on,and the man waited until it went out.
[08:27.66]When about half an hour had passed.
[08:31.43]Frank saw him climb noiselessly over the wall and heard him dry
[08:37.17]on to the ground at the other side.
[08:41.33]Now Frank knew what the man wanted to do.
[08:45.69]He walked quickly and silently across the street towards a telephone-box on the corner.
[08:52.74]15. What was Frank's occupation?
[08:57.99]16. What was the strange man?
[09:02.75]17. Whom would Fank telephone after he found this?
[09:09.09]Passage Three
[09:11.94]The development of Jamestown in Virginia
[09:16.80]during the second half of the seventeenth century
[09:22.05]was closely related to the making and use of bricks.
[09:28.50]There are several practical reasons why bricks became important to the colon8.
[09:35.06]Although the forests could initially9 supply sufficient wood.
[09:40.52]the process of cutting was extremely difficult.
[09:45.56]particularly because of the lack of road.
[09:50.71]Later,when the wood on the peninsula had been used up.
[09:56.45]wood had to be brought from some distance.
[10:01.50]Building stone was also in short supply.
[10:06.43]However,as earth was plentiful10.
[10:11.27]it was inevitable11 that the colonists12 would turn to brickmaking.
[10:18.14]In addition to practical reasons for using brick
[10:24.07]as the principal construction material.
[10:29.00]there was also an ideological13 reason.
[10:33.65]Brick represented durability14 and permanence.
[10:39.11]The Virginia Company of London.
[10:43.66]instructed the colonists to build hospitals and new residences out of brick.
[10:52.12]In 1662,the Town Act of the Virginia Assembly
[11:00.27]provided for the construction of thirty-two brick buildings
[11:06.91]and prohibited the use of wood as a construction material
[11:13.65]Had this law ever been successfully carried out.
[11:19.21]Jamestown would have been a model city.
[11:23.94]Instead,the residents failed to follow the lay.
[11:29.37]and by 1699,Jamestown had collapsed15 into a pile of stone
[11:37.94]with only three or four habitable houses.
[11:43.97]18. What were most buildings in Jamestown made of?
[11:50.32]19. Which of the following was NOT a reason for using bricks in construction?
[11:58.86]20. According to the passage,what eventually happened to Jamestown


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1 retired Njhzyv     
adj.隱退的,退休的,退役的
參考例句:
  • The old man retired to the country for rest.這位老人下鄉休息去了。
  • Many retired people take up gardening as a hobby.許多退休的人都以從事園藝為嗜好。
2 license B9TzU     
n.執照,許可證,特許;v.許可,特許
參考例句:
  • The foreign guest has a license on the person.這個外國客人隨身攜帶執照。
  • The driver was arrested for having false license plates on his car.司機由于使用假車牌而被捕。
3 overdue MJYxY     
adj.過期的,到期未付的;早該有的,遲到的
參考例句:
  • The plane is overdue and has been delayed by the bad weather.飛機晚點了,被壞天氣耽擱了。
  • The landlady is angry because the rent is overdue.女房東生氣了,因為房租過期未付。
4 prescription u1vzA     
n.處方,開藥;指示,規定
參考例句:
  • The physician made a prescription against sea- sickness for him.醫生給他開了個治暈船的藥方。
  • The drug is available on prescription only.這種藥只能憑處方購買。
5 splendors 9604948927e16d12b7c4507da39c016a     
n.華麗( splendor的名詞復數 );壯麗;光輝;顯赫
參考例句:
  • The sun rose presently and sent its unobstructed splendors over the land. 沒多大工夫,太陽就出來了,毫無阻礙,把它的光華異彩散布在大地之上。 來自辭典例句
  • Her mortal frame could not endure the splendors of the immortal radiance. 她那世人的肉身禁不住熾熱的神光。 來自辭典例句
6 standing 2hCzgo     
n.持續,地位;adj.永久的,不動的,直立的,不流動的
參考例句:
  • After the earthquake only a few houses were left standing.地震過后只有幾幢房屋還立著。
  • They're standing out against any change in the law.他們堅決反對對法律做任何修改。
7 pointed Il8zB4     
adj.尖的,直截了當的
參考例句:
  • He gave me a very sharp pointed pencil.他給我一支削得非常尖的鉛筆。
  • She wished to show Mrs.John Dashwood by this pointed invitation to her brother.她想通過對達茨伍德夫人提出直截了當的邀請向她的哥哥表示出來。
8 colon jqfzJ     
n.冒號,結腸,直腸
參考例句:
  • Here,too,the colon must be followed by a dash.這里也是一樣,應當在冒號后加破折號。
  • The colon is the locus of a large concentration of bacteria.結腸是大濃度的細菌所在地。
9 initially 273xZ     
adv.最初,開始
參考例句:
  • The ban was initially opposed by the US.這一禁令首先遭到美國的反對。
  • Feathers initially developed from insect scales.羽毛最初由昆蟲的翅瓣演化而來。
10 plentiful r2izH     
adj.富裕的,豐富的
參考例句:
  • Their family has a plentiful harvest this year.他們家今年又豐收了。
  • Rainfall is plentiful in the area.這個地區雨量充足。
11 inevitable 5xcyq     
adj.不可避免的,必然發生的
參考例句:
  • Mary was wearing her inevitable large hat.瑪麗戴著她總是戴的那頂大帽子。
  • The defeat had inevitable consequences for British policy.戰敗對英國政策不可避免地產生了影響。
12 colonists 4afd0fece453e55f3721623f335e6c6f     
n.殖民地開拓者,移民,殖民地居民( colonist的名詞復數 )
參考例句:
  • Colonists from Europe populated many parts of the Americas. 歐洲的殖民者移居到了美洲的許多地方。 來自《簡明英漢詞典》
  • Some of the early colonists were cruel to the native population. 有些早期移居殖民地的人對當地居民很殘忍。 來自《簡明英漢詞典》
13 ideological bq3zi8     
a.意識形態的
參考例句:
  • He always tries to link his study with his ideological problems. 他總是把學習和自己的思想問題聯系起來。
  • He helped me enormously with advice on how to do ideological work. 他告訴我怎樣做思想工作,對我有很大幫助。
14 durability Orxx5     
n.經久性,耐用性
參考例句:
  • Nylons have the virtue of durability.尼龍絲襪有耐穿的優點。
15 collapsed cwWzSG     
adj.倒塌的
參考例句:
  • Jack collapsed in agony on the floor. 杰克十分痛苦地癱倒在地板上。
  • The roof collapsed under the weight of snow. 房頂在雪的重壓下突然坍塌下來。
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