英语的标准听力——标准听力(十)试题及解析

标准听力(六)

Part III Listening Comprehension (35 minutes) Section A

11. [A] She felt lost with her work.

[B] She had a poor memory.

[C] She forgot to tell him about her promotion.

[D] She had to go to work.

12. [A] She rejects their request.

[B] She accepts their request.

[C] She agrees to consider their request.

[D] She asks them to come with the others.

13. [A] To find her way around.

[B] To enjoy herself thoroughly.

[C] To remember her culture.

[D] To see the differences.

14. [A] The man should work in a bank to get money.

[B] The man should withdraw all his money from the bank.

[C] The man should try to borrow money from his friend.

[D] The man should try to get a loan from a bank.

15. [A] Worried.

[B] Angry.

[C] Sympathetic.

[D] Happy.

16. [A] He is going to sign a contract.

[B] He is signing his check to buy something.

[C] He wants to skim through the piece.

[D] He wants to register his name to enroll a course.

17. [A] Dana agrees with her.

[B] Dana likes the food.

[C] Dana likes to put on weight.

[D] Dana must be unhappy.

18. [A] She wants to know who the student is.

[B] She wants to meet the president.

[C] She’s not eager to greet the president.

[D] She’s sure she has met the president before.

Questions 19 to 22 are based on the conversation you have just heard.

19. [A] The female lead.

[B] The clown.

[C] The painted face.

[D] The old lead.

20. [A] The actress looks younger than her real age.

[B] The actress looks older than her real age.

[C] The actress looks as old as her real age.

[D] The actress looks like the famous actor Mei Lanfang.

21. [A] By different gesture.

[B] By different voice.

[C] By different color.

[D] By different costume.

22. [A] It stands for loyalty.

[B] It stands for disloyalty.

[C] It stands for uprightness.

[D] It stands for integrity.

Questions 23 to 25 are based on the conversation you have just heard.

23. [A] She is busy at work.

[B] She has gone shopping.

[C] She is resting in bed.

[D] She is feeling sorry.

24. [A] He tells her honestly what he thinks about it.

[B] He refuses to eat it.

[C] He throws it away after making it.

[D] She can tell by his non-verbal expressions.

25. [A] They decide to go out to eat.

[B] They eat at a friend’s house.

[C] They eat something different at home.

[D] They decide to eat nothing at all.

Section B

Passage One

Questions 26 to 29 are based on the passage you have just heard.

26. [A] When we dare to challenge ourselves.

[B] When we feel it hard to change ourselves.

[C] When we are unconfident about ourselves.

[D] When we have a high opinion of ourselves.

27. [A] They are probably untrue.

[B] They are often changeable.

[C] They have positive effects.

[D] They have different functions.

28. [A] By making your life successful.

[B] By changing the way you think.

[C] By understanding your own world.

[D] By keeping a different image of others.

29. [A] How to prepare for your success.

[B] How to face challenges in you life.

[C] How to build a positive self-image.

[D] How to develop your good qualities.

Passage Two

Questions 30 to 32 are based on the passage you have just heard.

30. [A] The woman will invite the man to a home-cooked meal.

[B] The man will pick the woman up at her home.

[C] They will pay their own expenses respectively.

[D] The woman may take the initiative in inviting the man.

31. [A] The woman will stay at home waiting for the man to call her.

[B] The man will take the woman home at the end of the date.

[C] The man pays all the expenses.

[D] The woman pays her own expenses.

32. [A] Their only place is in the home.

[B] They make nearly half of the work force in the U.S.

[C] Few of them hold positions of great responsibility and authority.

[D] There are still discriminations in America looking down upon women.

Passage Three

Questions 33 to 35 are based on the passage you have just heard.

33. [A] The study of social sciences.

[B] The study of natural sciences.

[C] The study of the subject matter of politics.

[D] The study of both social and natural sciences.

34. [A] Philosophy is an independent discipline.

[B] Logic helps you to become a better thinker.

[C] The meaning of philosophy is too limited to define.

[D] The study of philosophy brings you immediate benefits.

35. [A] Not all the subjects have to do with philosophy.

[B] A person will get a PhD. if he/she studies philosophy.

[C] Philosophy can be helpful for the study of any other subjects.

[D] Philosophy is the only solution to all the problems in the world.

Section C

When you wish to give someone a gift it is always good to remember some of the basic rules. Consider the age, sex and the length of your (36) ________ as well as the occasion. You should know when it is all right to give a gift of money, and when it would be (37) ________. In any case, when you receive a present, don’t (38) ________ to send a thank-you note as soon as you (39) ________ can.

Often people like to take with them a gift for the host’s wife of a party they have been (40) ________ to. This can be something ju st for the host’s wife, or something for the party, like sweets or fruit things which all may enjoy. If you stay at a friend’s house (41) ________ for a weekend it is usual to take a gift showing (42) ________ for their friendliness and their (43) ________. Again, (44) ________________________________________________________.

Sometimes it is not possible to return a favor as you would like to. (45) ________________________________________________________, especially if you can find something unusual. You should never leave money when you have been a weekend guest. (46) _______________________________________________________. Try to use imagination in choosing a thank-you gift.

标准听力(七)

Part III Listening Comprehension (35 minutes) Section A

11. [A] She forgot about the seminar.

[B] She has been ill for several weeks.

[C] She wasn’t able to attend the seminar.

[D] She hadn’t planned to attend the seminar.

12. [A] She told Susan not to study late at night.

[B] She had often advised Susan to study.

[C] Susan is too tired to study any more.

[D] Susan accepted the warning.

13. [A] She likes the classical art better.

[B] She likes the modern art in a higher degree.

[C] She likes neither the modem art nor the classical art.

[D] She likes the modern art and the classical art equally.

14. [A] Selling out travelers’ check.

[B] Saving some of the checks.

[C] Lending her some of the checks.

[D] Getting more travelers’ checks.

15. [A] His memory is very terrific.

[B] He is very familiar with the route.

[C] He is tired of having a meeting at that hotel.

[D] He has many meetings in that hotel.

16. [A] She doesn’t like to go shopping.

[B] She preferred shopping to studying.

[C] She doesn’t live near shops.

[D] She went shopping yesterday.

17. [A] His wife deposited some money.

[B] His wife also opened an account.

[C] His wife also spent some money.

[D] There is something wrong with the bank.

18. [A] They will keep the chairs for a long time.

[B] The man suggests they move to another place.

[C] The woman is complaining about the bad chairs.

[D] The man thinks they had better have the chairs replaced.

Questions 19 to 22 are based on the conversation you have just heard.

19. [A] He has never been promoted and feels dull about his work.

[B] He doesn’t like the glass ceiling in his office.

[C] He hopes to get an offer of a better position.

[D] He feels it is an advancement to get this new job.

20. [A] H e possesses the “can-do” spirit.

[B] He is hardworking, responsible and diligent.

[C] He is qualified with his graduate school training and internship.

[D] He is good at motivating people and leading them to work together.

21. [A] He is an honest, flexible and easy-going person.

[B] He worked once as an administration personnel.

[C] He is a salesman and this time he is selling himself.

[D] He has just lost his job and is hunting for another one.

22. [A] When he can’t get his point across.

[B] When people are not receptive to new ideas.

[C] When he comes into conflict with his colleagues.

[D] When it is impossible to learn or to grow in his field.

Questions 23 to 25 are based on the conversation you have just heard.

23. [A] To a radio studio.

[B] To a television studio.

[C] To a party.

[D] To a fashion show.

24. [A] He gets higher salary in a radio station.

[B] He likes to dress up to work.

[C] He can wear something casual in a radio studio.

[D] He has to work under pressure in TV studio.

25. [A] He has to wear jeans.

[B] He has to wear a tie.

[C] He has to wear a coat.

[D] He has to wear shoes.

Section B

Passage One

Questions 26 to 29 are based on the passage you have just heard.

26. [A] It’s very far from the heart of the city.

[B] Its doors face the 42nd Street and 5th Avenue.

[C] It’s at the 42nd Street and 15th Avenue crossing.

[D] It’s at the crossroads of 42nd Street and 5th Avenue.

27. [A] The Library needs more books and paintings.

[B] The Library’s running costs are going down.

[C] It is impossible to grow grass and trees in the heart of New York.

[D] There are many precious books of historical value in the Public Library.

28. [A] It closes at Saturday and Monday.

[B] The running cost of the Library is rising.

[C] The Library is a very special place.

[D] The government doesn’t pay for the Library.

29. [A] It contains all our knowledge.

[B] It is one of New York’s most valuable buildings.

[C] Well-known New York writers and artists are trying to use it.

[D] There are a lot of rooms, in which readers can sit and think in comfort.

Passage Two

Questions 30 to 32 are based on the passage you have just heard.

30. [A] They read poetry aloud.

[B] They delivered a speech.

[C] They took objective tests.

[D] They discussed questions with experts in a particular field.

31. [A] There are more candidates than before.

[B] The modern industry is developing slowly.

[C] The written examinations are much easier than before.

[D] The written examinations are more objective than the spoken ones.

32. [A] The objective test always deals with the personal opinions.

[B] The objective test is timed exactly by electric clocks.

[C] The question of the objective test has only one correct answer.

[D] The objective test resembles a group of workers at an automobile factory.

Passage Three

Questions 33 to 35 are based on the passage you have just heard.

33. [A] They will disappear gradually.

[B] They exist widely in the world.

[C] Their influence is psychological.

[D] They will not develop into phobias.

34. [A] They will make the same old mistake.

[B] They will experience the worst of things.

[C] They will overcome them by themselves.

[D] They will grow up lacking self-confidence.

35. [A] Ask the child to stroke it.

[B] Keep the child away from it.

[C] Show the child how to approach it.

[D] Tell the child not to be afraid of it.

Section C

It’s official that marri ed people are healthier, or at least they think they are. An American (36) ________ of over 100,000 people shows that despite changing social (37) ________ in society, there is a link between being married and being (38) ________.

One reason could be that people with physical, mental or (39) ________ problems are (40) ________ likely to marry in their first place, but married people also (41) _________ from greater support from family and friends and this (42) ________ their health. Divorce and loss of a close friend or relative increase depression, as well as affecting many people (43) ________.

Married people are less likely than single people to smoke, drink heavily or drive after they have been drinking. (44) _______________________________________________________. All of these reduce the chances of disease or injury. Single people, by contrast, (45) _______________________________________________________.

So it seems that the best advice is to get married, but make sure you find the right partner. If you get it wrong, (46) _______________________________________________________.

标准听力(八)

Part III Listening Comprehension (35 minutes) Section A

11. [A] The man wants to rent a house.

[B] The man wants to sell his room.

[C] The man wants to rent a room where he can have a bath and can cook.

[D] The man wants to rent an apartment with toilet.

12. [A] The place where they want to see a film.

[B] How to learn to drive.

[C] The time to go to movies.

[D] The old days of their childhood.

13. [A] He doesn’t like cheese in the cafeteria.

[B] He prefers his own cooking.

[C] The man’s favorite is the chicken salad.

[D] He doesn’t have any favorite food.

14. [A] Finish putting her book away.

[B] Stop what she is doing.

[C] Finish her work elsewhere.

[D] Help the man a little bit later.

15. [A] She painted it by herself.

[B] She hired her brother to paint it.

[C] It needs to be painted.

[D] It isn’t beautifully painted.

16. [A] Jobs are easier to find in the city.

[B] Living in the city is not expensive.

[C] Her job is in the city.

[D] She can go to the cinema every day.

17. [A] At a gas station.

[B] At a bank.

[C] At a hospital.

[D] At a school.

18. [A] He is always happy with his life.

[B] He is not easy to deal with.

[C] He is always complaining.

[D] He is careless about his children.

Questions 19 to 22 are based on the conversation you have just heard.

19. [A] In a shop today.

[B] In a street today.

[C] In the street yesterday.

[D] In a shop yesterday.

20. [A] It sold sport shoes near a bank.

[B] It sold sport shoes but soon went bankrupt.

[C] It sold sport suits near a bank.

[D] It sold sport suits but soon went bankrupt.

21. [A] His beer was not fine.

[B] He sold hard drinks.

[C] He sold beer.

[D] His hard drinks were not fine.

22. [A] Some people didn’t support him.

[B] Some people are jealous of him.

[C] His wife wanted him to give up his business.

[D] He has no confidence to run his business any more.

Questions 23 to 25 are based on the conversation you have just heard.

23. [A] An annual cycling event.

[B] Major Canadian bicycle races.

[C] The contribution of cycling to health.

[D] How to increase one’s speed in a bicycle race.

24. [A] The length of the course.

[B] The route the cyclists take.

[C] The number of participants.

[D] The month in which the tour is held.

25. [A] Have lunch before the tour.

[B] Drink water at the relay stations.

[C] Bring water and lunch with them.

[D] Bring candy and chocolate to improve energy.

Section B

Passage One

Questions 26 to 29 are based on the passage you have just heard.

26. [A] Good looks.

[B] Clever brains.

[C] Sweet personality.

[D] Willingness to serve.

27. [A] They should be at the age of 18 to 23.

[B] They should have the bachelor degree.

[C] They should speak fluent mother tongue and English.

[D] They should be single.

28. [A] They can prepare and serve meals.

[B] They know how to take care of children.

[C] They have received proper training.

[D] They know the theory of flying.

29. [A] The career of an air hostess.

[B] How to go air-traveling.

[C] The knowledge of an aircraft in detail.

[D] A newspaper advertisement of Japan Air Lines.

Passage Two

Questions 30 to 32 are based on the passage you have just heard.

30. [A] All the buildings in the city look alike.

[B] There are no signs to direct them.

[C] No tour guides are available.

[D] The university is everywhere in the city.

31. [A] They award their own degrees.

[B] They select their own students.

[C] They set their own exams.

[D] They organize their own laboratory work.

32. [A] They were not treated equally until 1881.

[B] They were not awarded degrees until 1948.

[C] They have no exams until 1948.

[D] Very few of them are engaged in research.

Passage Three

Questions 33 to 35 are based on the passage you have just heard.

33. [A] To help older politicians get elected.

[B] To practice their law knowledge.

[C] To prepare for their own future elections.

[D] To find a job in the political club.

34. [A] Having frequent meetings with their supporters.

[B] Winning public support by making speeches.

[C] Balancing government budget.

[D] Fighting corruption.

35. [A] His standpoint in important issues.

[B] His effort to get equal rights for women.

[C] His ability to create job opportunities.

[D] His performance at work.

Section C

American cities are similar to other cities around the world. In every country, cities reflect the (36) ________ of the culture. Cities contain the very best aspects of a society: (37) ________ for education, employment, and entertainment. They also contain the very worst parts of a society: violent crime, racial conflict, and (38) ________. American cities are changing, just as American society is changing.

After World War II, city residents became wealthier, more prosperous. They had more children. They needed more (39) ________. They moved out of their apartments in the city to buy their own homes. They bought houses in the (40) ________, areas near a city where people live. There are (41) ________ without many offices or factories. During the 1950s the American “dream” was to have a house in the suburbs.

Now things are changing. The children of the people who left the cities in the 1950s are now (42) ________. They, unlike their parents, want to live in the cities. Many young professionals, doctors, lawyers, and (43) ________ are moving back to the city. (44) __________________________________________________________________. They prefer the city to the suburbs because their jobs are there; they are afraid of the fuel shortage; (45)

__________________________________________________________________. A new class is moving into the city — a wealthier, more mobile class.

(46) __________________________________________________________________. Some city residents now see a bright, new future. Others see only problems and conflicts. One thing is sure: Many dying cities are alive again.

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Part III Listening Comprehension (35 minutes) Section A

11. [A] He was offered a movie ticket.

[B] He received a traffic ticket.

[C] He worked very carefully.

[D] He drove carelessly.

12. [A] They had a misunderstanding four years ago.

[B] They really like each other very much.

[C] They’ve been angry with each other for a long time.

[D] They’ve never learned how to express their feelings.

13. [A] Run in town.

[B] Jog more carefully.

[C] Buy shoes from a catalog.

[D] Find an easier place to exercise.

14. [A] He needs a long-sleeved shirt.

[B] It doesn’t fit him very well.

[C] He hasn’t had time to try it on yet.

[D] He is not sure he likes the style.

15. [A] Buy some stamps.

[B] Wait for the postman.

[C] Mail the letter himself.

[D] Deliver a package to the postman.

16. [A] He likes the black and white sweater.

[B] He doesn’t like either sweater.

[C] He likes the white dress.

[D] He likes both of the sweater.

17. [A] Buy something for the picnic.

[B] Go for a ride around town.

[C] Go shopping with the man.

[D] Have a picnic.

18. [A] In a kitchen.

[B] In a market.

[C] In a garden.

[D] At a picnic.

Questions 19 to 22 are based on the conversation you have just heard.

19. [A] Newspaper of low price.

[B] Newspaper with attractive headline.

[C] Newspaper with sports page.

[D] Newspaper with business section.

20. [A] The size of the daily newspaper.

[B] The staff of the daily newspaper.

[C] The circulation of the daily newspaper.

[D] The advertisements in the daily newspaper.

21. [A] The whole paper.

[B] The parts that interest her.

[C] The news section only.

[D] The business section only.

22. [A] They are not news.

[B] They aren’t pleasant to read.

[C] Most people don’t like to read about them.

[D] They are difficult to understand.

Questions 23 to 25 are based on the conversation you have just heard.

23. [A] Before finishing school.

[B] After finishing university.

[C] During her university course.

[D] Between school and university.

24. [A] International children’s projects.

[B] Social and environmental projects.

[C] Projects for people with no money.

[D] Projects involving sports and language.

25. [A] Mainly from London.

[B] Mainly from England.

[C] From different countries.

[D] From charity organizations.

Section B

Passage One

Questions 26 to 29 are based on the passage you have just heard.

26. [A] Partly because it is dangerous to hunt there.

[B] Partly because hunting is already out of date.

[C] Partly because hunters want to protect animals.

[D] Partly because there are few animals left to hunt.

27. [A] To improve their health.

[B] To earn people’s admiration.

[C] To gain power and influence.

[D] To make the countryside safe.

28. [A] They hunt for food.

[B] They hunt for money.

[C] They mistreat animals.

[D] They hunt old animals.

29. [A] Modern hunters should put their safety first.

[B] Modern hunters like to hunt rabbits instead of tigers.

[C] Modern hunters lack the courage to hunt face to face.

[D] Modern hunters should use more advanced weapons.

Passage Two

Questions 30 to 32 are based on the passage you have just heard.

30. [A] Nuts.

[B] Potatoes.

[C] Vegetable oil.

[D] Dairy products.

31. [A] Carbohydrates.

[B] Indirect fat.

[C] Body fluid.

[D] Fat.

32. [A] Forty or fifty minutes of exercise once a week.

[B] Twenty or thirty minutes of exercise every day.

[C] Fifteen or twenty minutes of exercise five days a week.

[D] Thirty or forty minutes of exercise three or four days a week.

Passage Three

Questions 33 to 35 are based on the passage you have just heard.

33. [A] The scientists.

[B] The Greeks.

[C] The teachers.

[D] The scholars.

34. [A] They could not think.

[B] They had no pollution.

[C] They could not dive deep.

[D] They had small boats.

35. [A] The water turns gray.

[B] It grows again.

[C] Life on earth improves.

[D] Life on earth dies.

Section C

The need for birth control methods has developed fairly (36) ________, with the desire among many women to be able to (37) ________ when they want to have a baby. At the same time there is a growing (38) ________ of the problem of a rapidly increasing world population.

This problem of a (39) ________ world population is largely the result of (40) ________ medical skills, which have (41) ________ the death rate and at the same time raised the birth rate by increasing live births and the number of babies who (42) ________ early childhood. There is a growing (43) ________ that food production cannot keep pace with these increase, the result of which is that in

some countries people are already starving to death. This problem is further complicated by the fact that in places like America and Europe we obtain by trade and consume far more food and resources like oil than, say, the average Indian, (44) _________________________________________________.

World population is rising at a rate of two percent a year; this means an addition of 70 million people a year to the present population of more than 3,500 million. (45) _________________________________________________. The fastest growing region is Latin America which includes South and Central America and the Caribbean, while Africa and Asia closely follow Latin America. However, the largest absolute addition to the world population is in Asia (46) _________________________________________________.

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Part III Listening Comprehension (35 minutes) Section A

11. [A] Saying goodbye to friend.

[B] Buying a ticket for a sports event.

[C] Paying a bill at the bank.

[D] Arranging a plane trip.

12. [A] Stay at home.

[B] Fix the telephone.

[C] Call the telephone company.

[D] Work in the telephone company.

13. [A] The hotel turns to be much better.

[B] There is no difference in the hotel compared with the former times.

[C] The hotel is surprising.

[D] The hotel was cleaner at the former times.

14. [A] She bought a sweater in the end.

[B] She bought a blouse finally.

[C] She bought a skirt finally.

[D] She bought a coat in the end.

15. [A] He usually talks quietly.

[B] He usually assigns homework.

[C] He didn’t teach class today.

[D] He noticed that the students didn’t do their homework.

16. [A] Ask someone to help the man.

[B] Give the man the note for his reference.

[C] Lend the man her pencil and paper.

[D] Feel sorry t hat she can’t help the man.

17. [A] They like to listen to the record again and again.

[B] They are happy she plays a different song this time.

[C] This song is always their favorite one.

[D] They are fed up with Mary’s song.

18. [A] He knows little about concepts of engineering.

[B] He can’t explain some concepts of engineering.

[C] He gives talks to high school students regularly.

[D] He doesn’t want the woman to postpone the talk.

Questions 19 to 22 are based on the conversation you have just heard.

19. [A] The strength of ocean currents.

[B] The movement of sediment deep in the ocean.

[C] A new way of measuring the depth of the ocean.

[D] The best methods for studying deep ocean processes.

20. [A] What a turbidity current is.

[B] The causes of underwater earthquakes.

[C] How winds can affect some ocean currents.

[D] Why the book talks about turbidity currents.

21. [A] By crushing large amounts of stone.

[B] By causing mud or sand to mix with ocean water.

[C] By creating large waves on the surface of the ocean.

[D] By greatly increasing the ocean’s depth in some areas.

22. [A] To explain the effects of turbidity currents.

[B] To explain how winds cause turbidity currents.

[C] To remind the student about the next assignment.

[D] To remind the student where ocean sediments originate.

Questions 23 to 25 are based on the conversation you have just heard.

23. [A] She imitates the lifestyles of celebrities.

[B] She gets inspirations from celebrities.

[C] She doesn’t hold celebrities as role models.

[D] She has no interest in celebrities.

24. [A] We should care more about our friends and families than celebrities.

[B] People should not have any interest in celebrities.

[C] Celebrities make us spend money.

[D] Celebrities are no more ideal citizens than we are.

25. [A] Celebrities as role models.

[B] Interest in celebrities.

[C] Inspirational values of celebrities.

[D] The entertainment value of celebrities.

Section B

Passage One

Questions 26 to 28 are based on the passage you have just heard.

26. [A] They liked to eat tea leaves.

[B] They did not know how to do with tea.

[C] They wanted to make sandwiches with tea.

[D] They were curious about the taste of tea leaves.

27. [A] Britons got expensive tea from China.

[B] Britons got their first tea from Finland.

[C] Britons were the first people in Europe who drank tea.

[D] The East India Company brought tea direct to Britain.

28. [A] It became a popular drink.

[B] It tasted better than mixed with butter.

[C] They followed everything the Britons did.

[D] They were influenced by a woman in the upper class.

Passage Two

Questions 29 to 32 are based on the passage you have just heard.

29. [A] Oil refinery.

[B] Linen textiles.

[C] Food products.

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