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篇一:英语中级听力答案

第八课Section One

Task 1 Twins

Key to Exercises

A. Choose the best answer to complete each of the following questions.

1.a 2. c 3. b 4. c5. a 6. b

B. Fill in the blanks with information about the twins.

Name : Laura and Sarah

Sex: female

Similarities:

1. Blonde

2. pown eyes

3. same height

4. same weight

5. same size

6. same shoes

Differences

1. Laura is single, but Sarah has a well-fed happy husband and four healthy children.

2. When Laura was learning to type, Sarah was washing up.

3. When Laura was writing articles for the school newspaper, Sarah was knitting.

4. When Laura was in Panama, doing her first job for United Information Services, Sarah was having her second child.

C. True or False Questions. Write a T in front of a statement if it is true according to the recording and write an F if it is false.

1.T 2. F

Section Two

Task 1 Can I Take a Message?

Key to Exercises

A. Choose the best answer to complete each of the following statements.

1. a 2. c

B. Fill in the following blanks.

1. Message 1:

Caller's name: Mary Roberts

Caller's number:772-1852

Message: Call back at that number till 12.30 or between 2 and 5 this afternoon.

2. Message 2:

Caller's name: Mr Brown

Caller's number: 743-9821

Message: Cancel the lunch appointment for tomorrow noon, because he is out of town for a while. Please call and reschedule.

3. Message 3:

Caller's name: Mrs Turner

Message: She won't be home until 8 o'clock. She's working late.

4. Message 4:

Caller's name: Wendy

Message: Tickets for Puerto Rico is booked. That's Pan Am Flight 226, leaving Tuesday the 12th at 8 am. Ticket will be sent over later this afternoon.

5. Message 5:

Caller's name: Juan Salvade

Message: He'll call back about the meeting next Wednesday.

C. Fill in the following blanks.

1. I'm sorry, he's in a meeting right now. May I take a message?

2. I'm going to be out of town for a while. Would you offer my apologies to Mr Turner and have him call me, please?

3. Oh, excuse me just a minute . I have another call. Can you hold for a second?

4. Thank you for holding. Can I help you?

第九课Section One

Task1Willing to Train

Key to Exercises

A. True or false Questions. Write a T in front of a statement if it is true according to the recording and write an F if it is false.

1. T 2. T 3. F 4. T

B. Fill in the blanks with information about Catherine based on her own statement. Name: Catherine Hunt

Age: almost nineteen

Qualification:

1. qualifications from school, very good results

2. certificates for ballet and for playing the piano

Interests:

1. tennis

2. swimming

3. travelling

4. talking to people

Intelligence: reasonably intelligent

C. Give pief answers to the following questions.

1. Dancing and music.

2. A good girl. A bit lazy and disorganized sometimes, but very pight.

3. Be a teacher or a vet.

4. Because she believes that Cathy likes working with young children and looking after sick animals.

5. She wants to talk to Cathy, not her mother.

6. No. She is not pight enough to be a vet and wants to find something different from school work.

7. Yes, if it is for something useful.

8. Nursing, because she has good qualifications in English and Maths.

9. Very hard work, not very pleasant sometimes.

10. At first she is afraid she is not good enough. Later she thinks she should enjoy that.

D. Complete the following sentences.

1. Ever since she was a little girl she's been very keen on her music and dancing. She ought to be a music teacher or something. She's quite willing to train for a few more years to get the right job.

2. My mother sent me to lessons when I was six, so I'm quite good, I suppose.But, I don't want to do that for the rest of my life, especially music.It's so lonely.

3. I went to France with the school choir last year. I really enjoyed that. And I like talking to people. But I suppose you mean real interests --- things that would help me to get a job.

4. I wondered about being a hairdresser --- you meet lots of people, and you learn to do something properly --- but I don't know. It doesn't seem very worthwhile.

5. I do look after sick animals. I looked after our dog when it was run over by a car. My mother was sick, but I didn't mind. I was too worried about the dog.

第十二课Section One

Section Two

Task 1 Crime

Key to Exercises

A. Choose the best answer to complete each of the following statements.

1. a 2. b 3. b

B. Activities. Write down what happened to the two villains at the following locations.

(1)South Street They parked the car outside the bank.

(2)High Street crossroads The traffic lights were red.

(3)The garage opposite the school to repair the car

(4)Outside the Police Station The catch of the money bag poke and they had to pick up all the notes.

(5)Ox Lane They switched cars.

(6)Church Lane Roads were dug up.

(7)London Road roundabout The road was blocked owing to a traffic accident.

(8)The Boss's The two arrived empty-handed.

Task 1 learning to Rephrase

Key to Exercise

1. Am. Indians in Southwest; agricultural life since 1 AD, similar today

2. farm on mesas --- tops of high, flat mountain plateau --- Spanish --- table

3. live on mesas or in caves on sides of cliffs

4. early history: Anasazi used baskets, later pottery, change --- important, began a series of secondary changes

5. fill basket with ground corn + water, build fire

6. many stones heated on fire dropped into basket of food, but must be heated again soon

7. men pought idea but not how to make pottery; shown in anthropological discoveries

8. solved problem of cooking storing food, a more prosperous comfortable life

篇二:英语中级听力答案lesson2

Section1

Task1:

A T F T F

B 1. Synching up matching sound and pictures according to the numbers stamped along the edge of the film and the sound tape.

Logging recording the detail of the film and the sound in a log take

2. Make a first selection of the best takes

Prepare a “ rough cut” an initial version of the film.

Prepare the “fine cut” the final form of the film.

3. Approve the “fine cut”

Dubbingvoice,music,background noise and sometimes special effects are put together

The “neg” cutters cut the original negatives on the films, so that these match the edited film exactly

Task2:

A

a b a c c c

B

T F T F

C 1.forty people

2.have no apartmentsleep on the steps of buildingcrawl

over sleeping people to get inside

3.nothing will growthey never see the sun

4.soylentsoylent red soylent yellow soylent green twosoybeans soylent greenocean plants

5.ninety degree

6.electricity ride bicycles to make it

Section2

Task1

A 1. 1492

2.He thought he had arrived in India

3. They were kind to them and wanted to help

4. They wanted bigger farms and more land for themselves

More immigrants came from Europe.

5.It was their mother. Everything came from their mother and went back to it. And It was for everybody

6.They started fighting back

7. By 1875 the Indians had lost the fight: and had to live in 'reservations'

8. Indians are bad and the White Man is good and pave in Hollywood film

B a c b c

Task 2

A 1. 1-d2-b3-a4-c

2. more than 15 million people

160000

the year 1851

700000

B F T F F T T

C 1. Different states in Italy were fighting for political reasons. Some others went there for gold The first group of 300 Italians went to work in sugar –came field of northern Australia. Some good Italian fishermen went to western Australia.

2. The first Greeks went to work in vineyards in southeastern Australia There were about 500 Greeks in Australia.There were

Greek cafes and restaurants all over Sydney and out in the countryside. Many Greeks arrived in Australia

Section3

Task 1: Learning to Predict

(1) Answer: It’s good exercise. Keeps you fit.

Reason: The word “yeah” suggests that the boy will say something

in agreement with the woman's comment.

(2)Answer: We turn the music up really loud and start dancing.

Reason: The phrase “why not” suggests that the boys will simply dance in the street.

(3) Answer: They can't do it like me yet.

Reason: The word “but” suggests an opposite meaning.

(4) Answer: It's a very old book.

Reason: The word “actually” also suggests an opposite meaning..

(5) Answer: Write down your address and I'll get the boy to ping them round..

Reason: The conversation takes place in a store. If the store owner agrees to deliver the goods, the only thing he wants to know will be the address of the customer

(6) Answer: Tell us all about it over dinner.

Reason: The woman sounds very much interested in the man's experience. So she will certainly ask the man to tell her something about it.

.

Task2

The Foolish Frog

Once upon a time a big, fat frog lived in a tiny shallow pond. He knew every plant and stone in it, and he could swim across it easily. He was the biggest creature in the pond, so he was very important. When he croaked, the water snails listened politely. And the water beetles always swam behind him. He was very happy there.

One day, while he was catching flies, a pretty dragon fly passed by. 'You're a very fine frog,' she sang, 'but why don't you live in a bigger pond? Come to my pond. You'll find a lot of frogs there. You'll meet some fine fish, and you'll see the dangerous ducks. And you must see our lovely water lilies. Life in a large pond is wonderful!'

'Perhaps it is rather dull here,' thought the foolish frog. So he hopped after the dragon fly.

But he didn't like the big, deep pond. It was full of strange plants. The water snails were rude to him, and he was afraid of the ducks. The fish didn't like him, and he was the smallest frog there. He was lonely and unhappy.

He sat on a water lily leaf and croaked sadly to himself, 'I don't like it here. I think I'll go home tomorrow.'

But a hungry heron flew down and swallowed him up for supper.

篇三:英语中级听力答案

Lesson 12

Section one

II. Exercises:

A: 1. T 2. F 3. F 4. T 5. F 6. F 7. T

B: (1) –(d);(2) –(e);(3)-(f);

(4) –(a);(5) –(b);(6)-(c)

C:

1. He is going to wear a motorcycle helmet with an oxygen mask inside.

2. The police will probably come and ask them to move since a police station is just fifty yards away

from the bank.

3. Because it will stink and they will never be able to use it if it smells like that.

4. Because they can keep a lookout there since the room is on the top floor of the building. And there,

Fingers can radio Ginger and tell him to come.

Section two:

II. Exercises:

Task 1: Crime

A: 1. a 2. b 3. b

B:

(1) They parked the car outside the bank.

(2) The traffic lights were red.

(3) To repair the car.

(4) The catch of the money bag poke and they had to pick up all the notes.

(5) They switched cars.

(6) Roads were dug up.

(7) The road was blocked owing to a traffic accident.

(8) The two arrived empty-handed.

Task 2: Shop-lifter:

A: 1. c 2. c 3. a 4. b

B:

1. She likes to change the color with her mood.

2. She sweats a lot, so she has to use a lot of powder.

3. She gets nervous if she doesn‘t know the time.

4. She is a heavy smoker; she uses lighters for finding her way in the dark and for finding the keyhole

late at night. And she is a lighter collector.

C:

1. letting, take a look in

2. to take yourself off.

3. make a fuss.

4. insist on seeing

5. need, sarcastic, made myself plain

6. for the inconvenience

7. carry one‘s valuables around, be poken into, out

Section three:

Task 1: Learning to rephrase

1. Am. Indians in Southwest; agricultural life since 1 AD, similar today

2. farm on mesas – tops of high, flat mountain plateau –Spanish –table

3. live on mesas or in caves on sides of cliffs

4. early history: Anasazi used baskets, later pottery, change –important, began a series of secondary changes

5. fill basket with ground corn and water, build fire

6. many stones heated on fire and dropped into basket of food, but must be heated again soon.

7. men pought idea but not how to make pottery; shown in anthropological discoveries

8. solved problem of cooking storing food, a more prosperous comfortable life

Task 2: Dictation (omitted)

Lesson 13

Section one

Task 1: Guessing what people are talking about

A: 1. T 2. F 3. F 4. T 5. F 6. T

B:

1. wine and good food

2. the river

3. walking along the river and all the couples

4. paintings there

C:

1. reminds, of

2. got something about it, sort of charm …

3. unusual, in the center of

4. from the top

5. down by the river

Task 2: Nice to see you!

A. 1. c 2. a

B: (1) –(d, i); (2) – (a); (3) –(e, f) (4) –(b, c, f); (5) – (h); (6) –(g)

C:

1. are keeping you busy

2. in the process, doing it up

3. give you a hand with, something of

4. see myself leaving, foreseeable

5. my butting in

6. over here on a scholarship, the Royal Academy of Music

Section two:

Task 1: What do you like about your job?

A: 1. a 2. c 3. b 4. c

B: 1. F 2. F 3. T 4. F 5. T 6. F 7. F 8. T

C:

1. a night person

2. on the lookout for, stump me

3. plan on sticking around

4. the Beatles, a great beat to move to

5. coming up with

6. at the end of, have slimmed down, built up

7. against a tight deadline

8. At first, working with

Task 2: What do you think of yourself?

A: 1. a 2. c 3. a 4. c 5. b 6. a

B:

1. a. a secretary

b. good at her job

c. different in her private life

d. pretty tidy in office

e. incoherent in her behavior

2. a. concerned about state affairs

b. critical of the political system

c. eager to ping law and order to his country

3. a. easy-going

b. a bit vicious when upset

c. not sympathetic

d. not interested in civil rights

4. a. a retired army officer

b. respectable and dignified

c. helpful to those dependent on him

d. a bit fanatic about organization and description

e. not too polemic

f. fond of his wife and family

5. a. shy and unhappy during childhood

b. unable to make friends till very late

c. good at being by himself

d. self-reliant and independent

e. fond of children

Section three

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

6. Bert‘s friendship Bert and sports Adam‘s hobbies the two men‘s religious belief Adam –not a creative problem solver Heart attack victims enjoy Type B behavior.

Lesson 14

Section one

III. Exercises:

A.

1. general election in Britain in the near future

2. An earthquake killed five people

3. stole a quarter of a million pounds

4. and fifty-seven people were killed in an aircraft crash

5. was held in London

6. were made to end the strike at Independent Television

7. were made when a fight between football supporters of rival teams

B. 1. b 2. c 3. a 4. a 5. c 6. a 7. b 8. a

C. 1. T 2. T 3. F 4. F 5. F 6. F 7. F 8. T

D:

1. The Prime Minister

2. In central Italy, avalanches, the earthquake during the night

3. Three masked men, with shotguns, unlock the van

4. two hundred and fifty-seven people, hit the side of a volcano

5. a basis for negotiations, the chances of success

6. Fifteen people, in court in Manchester, matches in London

Section Two

II. Exercises:

Task 1: Bearded Lady

A. 1. She was a bearded woman.

2. They advised her to shave.

3. When she realized that she was fighting a losing battle.

4. At first it was a bit unnerving.

5. Her beard keeps her husband‘s toes warm on cold nights.

B. 1. F 2. F 3. T 4. T 5. T 6. F 7. T 8. F

C. 1. at an enormous rate, five inches

2. trying to keep it down, fighting a losing battle

3. chop off a few feet

4. the pointing and laughing in the end

Task 2: At a Youth Center

A. 1. a 2. c 3. a 4. a 5. c 6. b

B. a. drinking under the age of sixteen

b. music at the dance ball

c. language they use

d. their hair and clothes

C. 1. F 2. T 3. T 4. F 5. T 6. F

D. 1. turned me out

2. wrong

3. on at my boy about

4. with

5. there‘s any need, take part in

6. sitting in on, take you up on

7. take you out of your way

E. 1. Because she does not think the music played in the hall is of her generation.

2. Because he believes the young people are quite traditional in their attitudes and they are not that

different from the old generation.

3. He believes that every generation creates its own special language as well as its own styles in

clothes and music.

4. Because he hopes Mrs. Brent to have a better understanding of the young people.

Section Three

II. Exercises:

Recognizing the Main Idea:

1. trading without money --- barter

2. how money came

3. shifting from barter society to a monetized world

4. different money values in different countries

5. why difficult to give examples of barter deals

6. prospect of bartering

Lesson 15

Section One:

III. Exercises:

A. 1. a 2. c 3. b 4. c

B. 1. F 2. T 3. T 4. F 5. T

C. Speaker A:

a. Killers deserve death penalty.

b. Death penalty will prevent other people from killing.

c. It is important to get rid of the bad seed.

d. Criminals are never rehabilitated, they are hardened.

e. Some people are just bad, evil, and there is nothing one can do.

Speaker B:

a. Nobody has the right to take another person‘s life.

b. Nobody is sure that the person convicted is really guilty.

c. Criminals should be rehabilitated instead of being eliminated.

d. There should be more extensive programmes.

e. It is a social problem. We and society are responsible.

D. 1. Because she has doubts on the lawyers and the judicial system today.

2. Because studies show that criminals are never rehabilitated.

3. She suggests expanding the programme to an extensive one.

4. (1) The jails and prisons are already crowded.

(2) The taxpayers have to pay to maintain murderers‘ lives.

Task Two: A New Way of Life

A. 1. Michelle Burns and Luke Saunders.

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