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2003年6月英语六级听力录音
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20036月听力原文

Section A

Question 1

W: Raise your head a little bit and hold the saddle and smile a little. You look wonderful posing like that. Shall I press the shutter?

M: Wait a minute. Let me put on a cowboy hat.

[Q] What are the speakers doing?

女:头在抬起来一点,拿着那个鞍,笑笑。你摆的姿势太棒了。我可以照了吗?(按快门了吗?)

男:等等,让我戴上这顶牛仔帽。

问:谈话者在干什么?

 

Question 2

M: I'm still waiting for my sister to come back and type the application letter for me.

W: Why bother her. I'll show you how to use the computer. It's quite easy.

[Q] What does the woman mean?

M:我不在等我姐姐(妹妹)回来帮我打印我的求职信。

W:干嘛麻烦她?我示范给你看怎么使用电脑。非常简单。

Q:女士的话什么意思?

 

Question 3

M: Hey, where did you find the journal? I need it, too.

W: Right here on the shelf. Don't worry, John. I'll take it out on my card for both of us.

[Q] What does the woman mean?

M:你在哪找到那本杂志的?我也需要看。

W:就在那个架子上,别着急,我会用我的借书卡把这本杂志借出来,我们一起看。

Q:女士的话什么意思?

 

Question 4

M: Thank you for your helpful assistance. Otherwise, I'd surely have missed it. The place is so out of the way.

W: It was a pleasure meeting you. Good bye!

[Q] Why did the man thank the woman?

M:谢谢你的帮助,不然我真迷路了,这地方太偏了。

W:很高兴遇见你。再见!

Q:男士为什么感谢女士?

 

Question 5

W: We are informed that the eleven thirty train is late again.

M: Why did the railway company even bother to print a schedule?

[Q] What do we learn from the conversation?

W:有人告诉我们1130号列车会再次晚点。

M:铁路管理部门还那么费神印时刻表干什么?

Q;从对话中我们可以了解什么?

 

Question 6

M: Maybe I ought to subscribe to the Engineering Quarterly. It contains a lot of useful information.

W: Why not read it in the library and save some money?

[Q] What is the woman's advice to the man?

M:可能我会订阅Engineering Quarterly(一种季刊杂志),因为这种杂志里有很多有用的信息。

W:干嘛不在图书馆里看这杂志?还可以省点钱?

Q:女士给男士什么建议?

 

Question 7

M: Maybe I ought to subscribe to the Engineering Quarterly. It contains a lot of useful information.

W: Why not read it in the library and save some money?

[Q] What is the woman's advice to the man?

M:我整个星期都在等待这场音乐会。据说表演精彩,用我们的学生证,可以享受折扣,票价会非常便宜。

W:啊,恐怕我把学生证放宿舍里了。

Q:女士什么意思?

 

Question 8

M: Mr. Smith, our history professor, announced we would be doing two papers and three exams this semester. I wonder how I'm going to pull through when two other courses have similar requirements.

W: Well, can't you drop one course and pick it up next semester?

[Q] What does the woman suggest the man do?

M:史密斯先生,我们的历史学教授说我们这学期要写两篇论文,还要通过三次考试。其他两门课也有同样的要求,我都不知道我怎么活了。

W:为什么不放弃一门课,明年再学?

Q:女士建议男士做什么?

 

Question 9

W: Renting a Conference Room at the hotel will cost us too much. We are already running in the red.

M: How about using our dining room for the meeting?

[Q] What's worrying the woman?

W:在这个宾馆里租会议室的费用太高。公司现在财政困难。

M:哪就用我们的餐厅开会行了?

Q:女士担心什么?

 

Question 10

W: Jerry, can you pick me up after work today? I left my car at the garage.

M: I'm afraid I can't. I have scheduled an appointment with a client at dinner time.

[Q] What is the man going to do?

W:杰瑞,能不能今天来接我?我的车还在修理厂。

M:恐怕够呛,我和一个客户约好了晚饭时见。

Q:男士会做什么?

 

Section B

M: Passage One (08'00")

 

A few months ago, millions of people in London heard alarms all over the town. Emergency services, the Fire Departments, the Police, hospitals, and ambulances stood by, ready to go into action. In railway underground stations, people read notices and maps ,which told them where to go and what to do in the emergency. This was Exercise Flood Call, to prepare people for a flood emergency. London wasn't flooded yet, but it is possible that it would be. In 1236 and in1663, London was badly flooded. In 1928, people living in Westminster, the heart of London, drowned in floods. And in 1953, one hundred people, living on the eastern edge of the London suburbs were killed, again, in the floods. At last, Greater London Council took actions to prevent this disaster from happening again. Though a flood wall was built in the 1960s, Londoners still must be prepared for the possible disaster. If it happens, 50 underground stations will be under water. Electricity, gas and phone services will be out of action. Roads will be drowned. It will be impossible to cross any of the bridges between north and south London. Imagine: London will be like the famous Italian city, Venice. But this Exercise Flood Call didn't cause panic among Londoners. Most people knew it was just a warning. One lady said, "It's a flood warning, isn't it? The water doesn't look high to me."

Question 11: What happened in London a few months ago?

Question 12: What measure was taken against floods in London in the 1960s?

Question 13: What can we learnt from the lady's comment?

几个月前,几百万伦敦居民听见全城响起警报。紧急救援部门,消防队,警察,医院和救护车都严阵以待,随时准备行动。在地铁站,人们可以看到公告和地图,上面说明了在紧急情况发生时人们应该往何处疏散和采取什么行动。这实际上是为了让人们对紧急情况有所准备而做的防洪演习。伦敦并没有遭遇洪水,但却不排除有受灾的可能性。1236年和1663年,伦敦严重遭灾。1928年,在伦敦中心威斯敏斯特居住的人们被洪水淹没。1953年,在伦敦郊外以东,一百人在水灾中丧生。伦敦议会最终采取了行动,防止灾难再次发生。尽管在六十年代,伦敦修筑了一道防洪墙,伦敦人仍然必须要为可能发生的灾难做准备。如果灾难发生,50个地铁站会被水淹没。电、气和电话系统都会陷于停顿,道路将被阻断。连跨过任何一座连接伦敦南北区域的桥都不可能了。试想:伦敦有可能会变得和意大利有名的城市威尼斯一样,成为一座水城。但这次防洪演习没有让伦敦居民感到惊慌。多数人知道这不过是预警而已。一位女士说:“这只不过是一次演习嘛,是不是?在我看来,水位并不高呀。”

 

W: Passage Two (10'55")

 

America's national symbol, the bald eagle, almost went extinct twenty years ago, but it did made a comeback. In fact, the U.S. Fish and Wild Life Service is considering the possibility of taking it off the Endangered Species List. Once, more than fifty hundred pairs of bald eagles nested across the country, but by 1960 that number had fallen below four hundred. The chief killer was the widely used DDT. Fish, soaked up DDT, died, and were washed up on shores, where bald eagles feasted on them.DDT prevented eagle egg shells from thickening. The shells became so thin that they shattered before the babies hatched. Fortunately, in 1972, a law was passed to ban DDT, which saved the bald eagle from total wipeout. And since then wild life biologists had reintroduced bald eagles from Canada to America. The result was that last year U.S. bird watchers counted eleven thousand six hundred and ten bald eagles in the country.If it were dropped from the Endangered Species List, the bald eagle would still be a threatened species. That means the bird would continue to get the same protection. No hunting allowed, and no disturbing of nests. But bald eagles still face tough times. The destruction of their natural homes could be the next DDT causing eagle numbers to drop quickly.

二十年前,象征美国的标志--秃头鹰几乎灭绝,但它的数量最终恢复,它又得以在这个国度再展雄姿。事实上,美国鱼类和野生动物保护协会正考虑将它从濒临灭绝动物的名单上去除。最初,超过5万对秃头鹰在这个国家筑巢安家,但到了1960年数量剧减至四百。导致秃头鹰灭亡的一号杀手是当时使用广泛的DDT(一种杀虫剂)。投入到水中的DDT毒死鱼类,死鱼被冲至岸边,成为了秃头鹰的食物。DDT会阻碍秃头鹰卵外壳增厚。因为外壳太薄,卵在幼鸟孵出之前就破碎了。幸运地是,1972年,美国通过了一项禁止使用DDT的法律,该禁令挽救秃头鹰不至灭绝。从那以后,野生动物学家就再次从加拿大将秃头鹰引入美国。美国鸟类观察者于去年做出的统计结果显示已有11,610只秃头鹰在美国生活。如果它的名字真从濒临灭绝动物的名单上去除,秃头鹰还会是受威胁的物种。如果仍然被视为濒临灭绝物种,这种鸟还会继续受到保护。不允许捕猎秃头鹰,不允许破坏鸟巢的禁令将仍然有效。然而,秃头鹰的生存状况仍不容乐观,它们赖以生存的自然环境遭到破坏,无疑相当于再次使用“DDT”,也会让它们的数量再次剧减。

 

Question 14: What was the main harmful effect of the pests killer DDT on bald eagles?

Question 15: What measure did the wild life biologist take to increase the number of bald eagles?

Question 16: According to the speaker, what is the possible danger facing bald eagles?

 

Passage Three

If the earth gets hotter in the new century, what will harm animals and the plants which animals depend on for survival? The question offers another way of looking at the "Greenhouse Effect".People have talked about the general problem of "Global Warming" for some time. But they were usually worried about things like whether to buy a home on the coast. Biologists and other scientists turn their attention to plants and animals at an important meeting that took place last October. They reviewed evidence that plants and animals are sensitive to climate. Since the Ice Age ended ten thousand years ago and warmer temperatures returned to the northern latitudes, many species have migrated north. If the predictions about the Greenhouse are correct, temperatures will rise by the same amount in the next one hundred years as they did in the past ten thousand. Will animals and plants be able to adapt that quickly to change in the environment? Many won't. Certain species will probably become very rare. Experts say plants under climate stress will be very open to disease and fire. Forest fires may become more common. That, in turn, may harm animals that depend on the trees for food or (而非for) shelter. Any preserves we set up to protect endangered species may become useless as the species are forced to migrate along with their natural homes. Change is a part of life, but rapid change, says scientist George Woodwell, is the enemy of life.

如果地球在新世纪继续变暖,什么会成为危害动物和植物的因素?这个问题让人们从另一个方面关注“温室效应”。人们讨论“全球变暖”这个问题已经有些时日了,但人们担虑更多的却是该不该在海边买房子这类事情。生物学家和其他领域的科学家于去年十月召开一次非常重要的会议,共同关注植物和动物的生存状态。他们再度研究了表明植物和动物对气候变化敏感的证据。自从一万年前冰河时代结束之后,北半球就开始变暖,许多物种开始向北迁移。如果关于温室的预测正确,如过去的一万年一样,温度还会在下一百年里不断升高。动物和植物能够如果迅速地适应这种环境的变化吗?很多物种恐怕不能。某些物种可能会变得希罕。专家称在这样的气候条件下,植物很易染病和着火。森林火灾会越来越频繁。许多依靠树获取食物或庇护的动物又因此会受到危害。我们建起的任何一种旨在保护濒临灭绝物种的保护区都可能毫无用处,因为这些物种都会被迫迁移到适宜它们生存的自然环境中去。变化是生命的一部分,但是过快的变化,科学家Gorge Woodwell说,却是生命的敌人。

 

Question 17: What is the concern of ordinary people about the "Greenhouse Effect"?

Question 18: What has happened since the end of the ICE AGE?

Question 19: What will be a possible threat to plants in the future?

Question 20: According to the passage, what will probably happen to the endangered species?

 

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