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2002年1月12日六级考试听力原文
1.W: Is the rescue crew still looking for survivors of the plane crash?
M: Yes, they have been searching the area for hours, but they haven't found anybody else. They will keep searching until night falls.
Q: What do we learn from the conversation?
2.M: How many students passed the final physics exam in your class?
W: Forty, but still as many as 20 percent of the class failed, quite disappointing, isn't it?
Q: What does the woman think of the exam?
3.W: Lots of people enjoy dancing, do you?
M: Believe it or not, that is the last thing I want to do.
Q: What does the man mean?
4.W: Jane, I am having difficulty with all the theoretic stuff we are getting in our computer course.
M: Oh, that part I understand. What I can't figure out is how to make it work in our program.
Q: What is the man's problem?
5.W: Did you see Mary somewhere around?
M: Yes, she is in the campus bank, applying for the student's loan.
Q: What was Mary doing?
6.W: The space shuttle is taking off tomorrow.
M: I know, this is another routine mission. It is first flight with four years ago.
Q: What are they talking about?
7.M: When are we supposed to submit our project proposals, Jane?

W: They are due by the end of the week. We've only two days left. We'll just have to hurry.
Q: What does the woman mean?
8.W: When I go on a diet, I eat only fruit, and that takes off weight quickly.
M: I prefer to eat whatever I want, and then run regularly to lose weight.
Q: How does the man control his weight?
9.W: John, can you tell me what in the book interested you most?
M: No, well, nothing specific, but I like it overall.
Q; What did the man think of the book?
10.W: How do you like the car I just bought?
M: Well, it seems to run well, but I think it needs a new paint job.
Q: What does the man think of the car?
Passage 1
  Nilrikman and others of the halfway research group have done some research into the differences between average and good negotiators. They found negotiators with the good trait record and studied them in action. They compared them with another group of average negotiators and found that there was no difference in the time that the two groups spent on planning their strategy. However, there were some significant differences on other points. The average negotiators thought in terms of the present, but the good negotiators took a long-time review. They made lots of suggestions and considered twice the number of the alternatives. The average negotiators set their objectives as single points. We hope to get two dollars, for example. The good negotiators set their objectives in terms of range, which they might formulate as "We hope to get two dollars, but if we get one dollar and fifty, it will be all right.". The average negotiators tried to persuade by giving lots of reasons. They use a lot of different arguments. The good negotiators didn't give many reasons. They just repeated the same ones. They also did more summarizing and reviewing, checking they were understood correctly.
11.What do good negotiators and average negotiators have in common?
12.According to the speaker, what would good negotiators do?
13.According to the speaker, what does the average negotiator usually do?
Passage 2
  To most of us sharks are the most dangerous fish in the sea and they attack humans. However, according to Doctor Clark, who has studied the behavior of sharks for twelve years, humans are not normally on the shark's menu. What do sharks feed on, mainly fish and other sea animals? Doctor Clark also found that sharks don't eat as much food as people think. For instance, a nine-year-old shark only needs two pound of food a day to keep healthy. But she says, sharks sometimes starve and at other times they fill themselves with what they have killed. Around the world, there are only about one hundred shark attacks on humans each year, ten of which proved fatal. But consider this, in the US alone, about three million people are bitten by dogs each year. Of these, thirty people die. If sharks bite you, says Doctor Clark, the reason is usually because of the mistake you ****natural food. For example, say you went underwater-fishing and saw a shark, you could be in trouble. The shark might go for the injured fish you had attacked and take a bite of you at the same time. If you go into a shark's territory and threaten it, it might try to bite you. That's because sharks are territorial and tend to guard their territory. Like dogs, they protect the area they think is their own.
14.What does the passage say about the eating behavior of sharks?
15.When might a shark attach humans?
16.What do we learn from the passage about sharks?
Passage 3
  Science fiction writers have often imagined humans going to live on the Mars. But these days, scientists are taking the idea seriously. It has a great deal to recommend it, since it might solve the problem of overcrowding on the earth. But obviously, it would not be worth making the effort unless people could live there naturally. If the atmosphere were like that of the earth, this might be possible. But in fact it is mostly carbonoxidite. Apart from that, there are other problems to be overcome. For example, the temperature would have to be raised from 6 degrees below zero to 15 degrees above it. Scientists who study Mars have laid down the program that they can follow. To begin with, they will have to find out whether life has ever existed on the planet of Mars in the past. Secondly they will have to make a reliable map of its surface. And finally, they will have to make a list of the gases. Above all, they will have to discover how much nitrogen it possesses. Since nitrogen is four fifths of the air we breathe, they are surprising optimistic about raising the temperature on Mars and believe it could be down in hundred years. It will take a bit longer, though, to transform the atmosphere so that human beings could live there. Scientists estimate this will take one hundred thousand years.
17.Why are scientists interested in Mars?
18.What is the one of the things that must be done if a man can live on Mars?
19.Why do scientist want to find out whether there is sufficient nitrogen on Mars?
20.What is the prospect of people living on Mars?

1. A) All the passengers were killed.    C) No more survivors have been found.
B) The plane crashed in the night.    D) It's too late to search for survivors.
2. A) Its results were just as expected.
B) It wasn't very well designed.
C) It fully reflected the students' ability.
D) Its results fell short of her expectations.
3. A) He believes dancing is enjoyable.    C) He admires those who dance.
B) He definitely does not like dancing.    D) He won't dance until he has done his work.
4. A) His computer doesn't work well.     C) He didn't register for a proper course.
B) He isn't getting along with his staff.    D) He can't apply the theory to his program.
5. A) Reading on the campus lawn.      C) Applying for financial aid.
B) Depositing money in the bank.      D) Reviewing a student's application.
6. A) A new shuttle bus.          C) An airplane flight.
B) A scheduled space flight.         D) The first space flight.
7. A) The deadline is drawing near.    C) She turned in the proposals today.
B) She can't meet the deadline.      D) They are two days ahead of time.
8. A) By going on a diet.        C) By doing physical exercise.
B) By having fewer meals.        D) By eating fruit and vegetables.
9. A) He enjoyed it as a whole.      C) He didn't like it at all.
B) He didn't think much of it.        D) He liked some parts of it.
10. A) It looks quite new.         C) It looks old, but it runs well.
B) It needs to be repaired.        D) Its engine needs to be painted.
Section B
Directions: In this section, you will hear 3 short passages. At the end of each passage, you will hear some questions. Both the passage and the questions will be spoken only once. After you hear a question, you must choose the best answer from the four choices marked A), B), C) and D). Then mark the corresponding letter on the Answer Sheet with a single line through the centre.
Passage One
Questions 11 to 13 are based on the passage you have just heard.
11. A) Experience in negotiating.       C) The time they spend on preparation.
B) A high level of intelligence.      D) The amount of pay they receive.
12. A) Study the case carefully beforehand.    C) Appear friendly to the other party.
B) Stick to a set target.           D) Try to be flexible about their terms.
13. A) Make sure there is no misunderstanding.
B) Try to persuade by giving various reasons.
C) Repeat the same reasons.
D) Listen carefully and patiently to the other party.
Passage Two
Questions 14 to 16 are based on the passage you have just heard.
14. A) They eat huge amounts of food.     C) They usually eat to their hearts' content.
B) They usually eat twice a day.      D) They eat much less than people assume.
15. A) When it is breeding.
B) When it feels threatened by humans in its territory.
C) When its offspring is threatened.
D) When it is suffering from illness.
16. A) They are not as dangerous as people think.
B) They can be as friendly to humans as dogs.
C) They attack human beings by nature.
D) They are really tame sea animals.
Passage Three
Questions 17 to 20 are based on the passage you have just heard.
17. A) Because people might have to migrate there someday.
B) Because it is very much like the earth.
C) Because it is easier to explore than other planets.
D) Because its atmosphere is different from that of the earth.
18. A) Its chemical elements must be studied.      C) Big spaceships must be built.
B) Its temperature must be lowered.          D) Its atmosphere must be changed.
19. A) It influences the surface temperature of Mars.
B) It protects living beings from harmful rays.
C) It keeps a planet from overheating.
D) It is the main component of the air people breathe.
20. A) Man will probably be able to live there in 200 years.
B) Scientists are rather pessimistic about it.
C) Man will probably be able to live there in 100,000 years' time.
D) Scientists are optimistic about overcoming the difficulties soon.


2002年1月12日六级试题解析
Part I Listening comprehension
1.[C] 从they haven't found anybody else来看,可能找到部分幸存者,只是这几个小时没有找到更多的,说明C为正确答案。
2.[D]从quite disappointing来看,考试结果出乎意料,令人失望,所以答案为D。
3.[B]the last thing one wants to do一般用来表示"最不愿意做某事",由此可以判断答案为B。
4.[D] make it work in our program就是apply the theory to the program,所以答案为D。
5.[C] apply for a loan(申请贷款)也就是申请经济方面的援助,所以答案为C。
6.[B]从space shuttle可以判断是太空飞行,由此可以排除A,C,从another routine mission可以排除D。
7.[A]due也就意味着是deadline,既然只有两天的时间,说明the deadline is drawing near。
8.[C]run regularly就是运动的 一种方式,所以答案为C。
9.[A]like it overall表明说话者enjoy it as a whole。
10.[C]it needs a new paint job说明车看上去很旧,结合it seems to run well可以判断答案为C。
11.[C]there is no difference in the time the two groups spent on planning their strategy说明他们在准备时间上是相同的。
12.[A]good negotiators can make a lot of suggestions and consider twice the number of the alternatives说明他们能够提前仔细研究,答案为A。
13.[B] 本题为信息再现。文章中提到the average negotiators tried to persuade by giving a lot reasons, 与B 相同。
14.[D]文中提到sharks sometime starve,说明C不对,sharks don't eat as much as people think说明他们吃的比人们想象得要少,即D。
15.[B]文章最后提到if you go into a shark's territory and threaten it, it might try to bite you说明答案为B,即鲨鱼在感到威胁时才会向人类进攻。
16.[A] 文章的主题要看文章主要内容以及叙述方式。文章提到了狗,但不是作为朋友提到,B可以排除。从文章所叙述的鲨鱼在什么情况下才向人进攻来看,鲨鱼攻击人类并非出于本性,C不对。文章开始提到人们一般都认为鲨鱼很危险,而正文又介绍鲨鱼在很多情况下对人并无威胁,所以答案为A,即本篇文章试图说明鲨鱼并不是如人们所想象的那么可怕。
17.[A]从humans going to live on the Mars 和it might solve the problem of overcrowding on the earth可以判断科学家们对火星感兴趣的原因是人们有可能要移民到火星。
18.[D]If the atmosphere were like that of the earth, this might be possible说明如果人们要在火星上居住,其大气就应该改变。
19.[D]既然nitrogen is four fifths of the air we breathe(占我们呼吸的空气的5分之4),那就说明氮是我们所呼吸的空气的主要成分。
20.[B]本题为细节再现题,this will take one hundred thousand years与C相同。

 

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