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2013年12月大六级考试(第3套PartIIListeningComprehension(30minutes)SectionDirections:Inthissection,youwillhear8shortconversationsand2longconversations.At ofeachconversation,oneormorequestionswinbeaskedaboutwhatwassaid.Boththeconversationandthequestionswillbespokenonlyonce.Aftereachquestiontherewinbeapause.Duringthepause,youmustreadthefourchoicesmarkedA),B),C)andD),anddecidewhichisthebestanswer.ThenmarkthecorrespondingletteronAnswerSheet1withasinglelinethroughtheA)Dr.Smith'swaitingroomisn'tDr.SmithenjoysreadingDr.SmithhasleftagoodimpressiononDr.SmithmaynotbeagoodA)ThemanwillrenttheapartmentwhenitisThemanmadeabargainwiththelandladyovertheThemaninsistsonhavingalookatthe Themanisnotfullysatisfiedwiththeapartment.3.A)Packinguptogoabroad.BrushinguponherDrawingupaplanforherEnglishApplyingforavisatotheUnited4.A)HeisanxioustofindacureforhishighbloodHedoesn'tthinkhighbloodpressureisaproblemforHewasnotawareofhisillnessuntildiagnosedwithHedidnottakethesymptomsofhisillness5.A)ToinvestigatethecausesofToraisemoneyforAIDSTorallysupportforAIDSvictimsinTodrawattentiontothespreadofAIDSin6.A)IthasaverylongItisaprivateItwasfoundedbyThomasItstressesthecomprehensivestudyof7.A)Theycan'tfitintotheTheyhavenotbeendeliveredTheyweresenttothewrongTheywerefoundtobeofthewrong8.A)ThefoodservedinthecafeteriausuallylacksThecafeteriasometimesprovidesrarefoodfortheThestudentsfindtheserviceinthecafeteriaThecafeteriatrieshardtocatertothestudents'Questions9to12arebasedontheconversationyouhavejust9.A)HepickedupsomeapplesinhisHecutsomebranchesofftheappleHequarreledwithhisneighborovertheHecleanedupallthegarbageinthewoman's10.A)TrimtheappletreesinherPickuptheapplesthatfellinherTakethegarbagetothecurbforRemovethebranchesfromher11.A)FilealawsuitagainsttheAskthemanforHavetheman'sappletreecutThrowgarbageintotheman's12.A)HewasreadytomakeaHewasnotpreparedtogotoHewasnotHewasabitQuestions13to15arebasedontheconversationyouhavejust13.A)BadB)Humanerror.D)Failureofthecommunications14.A)TwothousandTwelvethousandTwentythousandfeet.D)Twenty-twothousandfeet.15.A)AccuratecommunicationisofutmostPilotsshouldbeabletospeakseveralforeignAircontrollersshouldkeepaclosewatchontheweather.D)Cooperationbetweenpilotsandaircontrollersisessential.SectionBDirections:Inthissection,youwillhear3shortpassages.Atofeachwillhearsomequestions.Boththepassageandthequestionswillbespokenonlyonyouhearaquestion,youmustchoosethebestanswerfromthefourchoicesmarkedA),B),C)andD).ThenmarkthecorrespondingletteronAnswerSheet1withasinglelinethroughthecenter.PassageOneQuestions16to19arebasedontheconversationyouhavejust16.A)HisfathercaughtaseriousHismotherpassedHismotherlefthimtomarryarichHisfathertookto17.A)HedislikedbeingHewasexpelledbytheHecouldn'tpayhisgamblingHeenjoyedworkingfora18.A)HispoemsareheavilyinfluencedbyFrenchHisstoriesaremainlysetintheStateofHisworkisdifficulttoHislanguageisnot19.A)HegrievedtodeathoverthelossofhisHecommittedsuicideforunknownHewasshotdeadatofHediedofheavyPassageQuestions20to22arebasedonthepassageyouhavejustManualSchoolage21.A)HetaughthisstudentshowtopronouncethelettersHematchedtheletterswiththesoundsfamiliartotheHeshowedthelearnershowtocombinethelettersintosimpleHedividedthelettersintogroupsaccordingtothewaytheyare22.A)Itcanhelppeople eliteratewithinashortItwasoriginallydesignedforteachingtheEnglishItenablesthelearnerstomasteralanguagewithinthreeItiseffectiveinteachinganyalphabeticallanguagetoPassageQuestions23to25arebasedonthepassageyouhavejust23.A)Thecrop'sbloomingperiodisTherootsofcropsarecutThetopsoilisseriouslyThegrowthofweedsis24.A)It'sanewwayofapplyingchemicalIt'sanimprovedmethodofharvestingIt'sacreativetechniqueforsavingIt'safarmingprocesslimitingtheuseof25.A)InareaswithfewweedsandunwantedInareaswithasevereshortageofInareaslackinginchemicalInareasdependentonimportedSectionDirections:Inthissection,youwillhearapassagethreetimes.Whenthepassageisforthetime,youshouldlistencarefullyforitsgeneralidea.Whenthepassageisreadforthesecondtime,youarerequiredtofillintheblankswiththeexactwordsyoujustheard.Finally,whenthepassageisreadforthethirdtime,youshouldcheckwhatyouhavewritten.Adultsaregettingsmarterabouthowsmartbabiesare.Notlonglearnedthat4-day-oldcould andresearchpsychologistGrahamSchaferhasdiscoveredthatinfantscanlearnwords monthingslongbeforetheycanspeak.Hefoundthat9-month-oldcouldbetaught,throughrepeatedshow-and- thenamesofthatwereforeigntothem,aresultthat(28) insomewaysthereceivedwisdomthat,apartfromlearningto(29) thingscommontotheirdailylives,childrendon'tbegintobuildvocabularyuntilwellintotheirsecondyear."It'slinked

thatchildrenlearnwords,butthewordstheytendtoknowarcwordssituationsinthehome."explainsSchafer."Thisisthedemonstrationthatwecanchoosewhatwordsthechildrenwilllearnandthattheycanrespondtothemwithanunfamiliarvoice(32) inanunfamiliarsetting."Figuringouthowhumansacquirelanguagemay(33) whysomechildrenlearntoreadandwritelaterthanothers.Schafersays,andcouldleadtobetter developmental offersdirectinsightintohowhumanslearn."Languageisatestcaseforhumancognitivedevelopment."saysSchafer.Butparents

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