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篇一:新视野大学英语视听说4听力原文翻译

Uint1

II。基本听力训练

脚本

M:我乐不可支。我太幸运了。你猜怎么着?我已经赢得了一个点燃的钱买彩票中了。

W:是吗?嗯,你知道,钱是万恶之源,对吗?

问:什么是女人意味着什么?

脚本

W:玛丽很生气。她的儿子弄坏了她的车。

M:他不应该驱动一辆没有驾照。他还把驾驶课。

问:我们知道玛丽的儿子?

3。脚本

M:苏珊,我听说你要嫁给那个家伙。一些人认为你会后悔的。

W:是这样吗?只有时间告诉。

问:什么是女人意味着什么?

4。脚本

M:玛丽,我只是想说我感到多么的遗憾得知你母亲的传递。我知道你有多近两人吗?

W:谢谢你。它是如此的突然。我还处于一种震惊的状态我不知道要做什么。

问:这是真的吗?如下

5。脚本

W:我大发雷霆工作的时候我的观点并不认为仅仅因为我是一个女人。

M:你应该空气视图更多的强调和需求,你的副被听到。

问:什么是女人抱怨吗?

III。监听

任务1:柔软的回答可以息怒。

玛丽:大坝!你对我洒了红酒。我的新裙子是毁了。

约翰:我糟糕抱歉!有什么我可以帮忙的吗?这里有一些水来清洗掉。

玛丽:停止身上溅水我!哦,真难为情!我是一个烂摊子。

约翰:你看起来有点不安。请不要炸掉。不要失去你的酷。

玛丽:嗯,你已经得到了神经那样谈话!谁不应该冒火吗?这件衣服花一大笔钱。

约翰:你看起来很可爱,当你疯了。我不骗你。有些人做看起来有吸引力时,他们的愤怒。

玛丽:这是非常昂贵的衣服。我救了数月来购买它,而现在它毁了。看看这个污点!

约翰:事故发生。给我你的衣服,我就把它送去干洗店。

玛丽:当然!你想让我把它从这里在公众和给你吗?我甚至不知道你!

约翰:这可能是一个真的混时间去熟悉它。我是约翰·欧文。

玛丽:嗯,至少你有礼貌。我想我真的不该发生。毕竟,这是一次意外。我是玛丽·哈维。

约翰:来吧。我将带你回家。你可以改变你的衣服,我会为你打扫的衣服。

玛丽:你现在才说。谢谢。你是一个真正的绅士。

约翰:你最好相信它。我很高兴看到你已经冷却下来。感觉看起来一口吃之后?我饿死了。

玛丽:好吧。你做的非常好。我没有那么疯狂。如果你能把这污迹洗掉,我就会非常高兴。

约翰:我会尽力的。但如果我不能得到染色,请不要让你的幸福转向忿怒。

任务2:大约翰来了!

脚本

一个酒吧老板在老西部刚刚雇佣了一个胆小的调酒师。这(S1)的所有者是给他的新员工建立一些指令(S2)运行的地方。他告诉胆小的人,“如果你曾经听说大约翰进城来,(S3)放下一切,逃之夭夭。他是最大的,最(S4)取缔谁住过!”

几周通过(S5)肿瘤。但一个下午,一个当地的牧牛工来贯穿镇(S6)大叫,“大约翰来了!大家快跑(S7)生活!”

当酒保离开酒吧开始跑步,他是打倒在地冲出来几个城镇的居民。当他的(8)挑选自己,他看到一个大男人,几乎七英尺高。他的肌肉和增长,在他接近酒吧。

他走上门,订单穷人开酒吧内,和要求,“我想要一个啤酒现在!”

他罢工他沉重的拳头在酒吧,分裂成两半。(学生9)调酒师紧张地双手大男人啤酒,手在颤抖。他把啤酒,咬在瓶子的顶部的开关,唐斯啤酒一饮而尽。

随着害怕保隐藏吧台后面,大男人起床离开,“你想要另一个啤酒吗?“酒保问用颤抖的声音。

“见鬼,我没有时间!“大男人喊道,(S10)“我必须离开城镇!你没有听到大约翰来了吗?” Task3:一个对幸福的看法

脚本

史密斯博士提出了一个合理的,如果也许有点太过简单化,对幸福的看法。根据他的理论,幸福可能被描述为一个国家如果平衡。当人类或某些动物达到平衡,他们撕裂维持这一条件以重复快乐的感觉。

为了说明这一点,我们可以研究两个磁铁。当他们的积极和消极的波兰人见面,他们已经舒舒服服的加入,他们住在那里。换句话说,他们已经达到一个平衡或快乐的样子。如果另一方面,两极逆转,和阳极是按压正极,哪里就有反抗、不稳定、不平衡的状态不快乐。

动物有一定程度的情报似乎找到幸福在钢筋。一旦他们获得了一个或更多的目标,比如食物,水,他们学会重复这个动作,导致满意度的那些目标。这种重复或钢筋生产一种平衡状态或的幸福感。

根据这一理论,只有动物重要的学习能力应该能够体验幸福。但事实上学习可以发生在令人惊讶的是简单的短期行动如挠痒,其次是快乐,紧随其后的是更多的抓挠,等等。因此学习可以发生,几乎没有有意识的思考。

对于人类,有能力的原因,目标不仅限于短期的满足需求。事实上,有一种强烈的联系的幸福和满足的长期目标。即使人类奋斗目标,更复杂和更长期的比动物的目标,一旦这些目标是获得了,幸福是钢筋。

为什么演讲人提到“磁铁”吗?

根据文章的意思,可能动物做后得到食物?

以下哪一个是正确的根据议长?

演讲者说什么是特别人类的目标?

下列哪一条可以最好地捕捉一篇文章的中心思想吗?

IV。说出来

模式1不让它影响你的!

苏珊:你看起来很生气。发生了什么事?

克里斯:我什么宁愿不谈论它。只是不要问。

苏珊:来吧。放松。跟我说话。

克里斯:好吧。今天早上我把汽车送到修车厂去检查一下空调。他们只给了它一个快速看,加了点氟利昂,就要我300块钱!

苏珊:怪不得你脸都绿了。我也会很生气太如果人家这么打发我的话,。

克丽丝:是的。和他们是粗鲁的。他们说我不知道任何关于汽车,我不,但是他们没有冲!

苏珊:听起来好像你得到了一个不公平的待遇!

克里斯:更糟糕的是,当我离开的时候,我羊群然后说,“不要相信那个家伙。他看起来打破了。“当我听说,我差点撞到屋顶。

苏珊:别让它影响你。更好的忽略它们。

克里斯:我同意。我设法保持凉爽。

苏珊:嗯,你能做的最好的事情就是文件向消费者保护协会投诉他们。

克里斯:听起来像是个好主意。

MODEL2我太沮丧。

脚本

苏珊:克里斯,我听说你已经沮丧,所以我来让你振作起来。

克里斯:这不是龚o工作。我太沮丧

苏珊:来吧,在。告诉我你在想什么。

克里斯:一切。我的女朋友离开我;我的狗跑了;我的钱包被偷了。

苏珊:别担心。我将帮助你解决最大的问题:找到你的新女朋友。

克里斯:忘记它。无论如何,我得到坏成绩,有人告诉我,我必须重复很多明年的课程。我听到这个故事时,我几乎失去了它。

苏珊:看,放松。我将帮助你与那些课程。

克丽丝:是的,但是我也有三个星期的衣服要洗。和我的房间是一个猪圈。

苏珊:忘记它。你在你自己的。

克里斯:来吧,在。朋友是做什么用的?

苏珊:让你情绪高涨;不做你的衣服。

MODEL3你似乎在世界之巅。

脚本

诺拉:哦,嘿,约翰!

约翰:嘿!

诺拉:你似乎在今晚世界之巅。有什么事吗?

约翰:我很高兴我即将破灭。你猜怎么着?

诺拉:你有我。

约翰:这可能是真的,祸不单行,但你也可以有一个“双祝福”。这就是我。

诺拉:你的意思是你已经在你的生活中两件开心的事吗?

约翰:没错。你知道,我是强大的所有课程除了物理。现在我终于通过了测试——一个我需要获得学士学位。

诺拉:恭喜你!你失败了三次。现在想知道你喜气洋洋的。有什么其他好消息吗?

约翰:我是这个领域的跨国董项目在向我提供了一份工作在一个良好的盯着薪水。

诺拉:哇,太好了,简单的美妙。

约翰:我觉得庆祝。我们去酒吧吗?

篇二:新视野大学英语视听说教程4(第二版)听力原文与答案

Lead in

II

(1)M: I'm beside myself with joy. I'm so lucky. Guess what? I've won a

lot of money in the lottery.

W:

Q: Really? Well, you do know that money is the root of all evil, right? What does the woman mean?

(2)W: Mary was furious when her son wrecked up her car.

M:

Q: He shouldn't have driven a car on his own without a driver's license. He's still taking driving lessons. What do we know about Mary's son?

(3)M: Susan, I hear you're going to marry that guy. Maybe you'll regret

it.

W:

Q: Is that so? Only time will tell. What does the woman imply?

(4)M: Mary, I just want to say how sorry I was to learn of your mother's

passing. I know how close you two were.

W:

Q: Thank you. It was so sudden. I'm still in a state of shock. I don't know what to do. Which of the following is true?

(5)W: I get furious at work when my opinions aren't considered just because

I'm a woman.

M:

Q: You should air your views more emphatically and demand that your voice be heard. What is the woman complaining about?

C B D A D

l Listening In

Task 1what a clumsy man!

Maria: Jack, can you help me move this heavy box?

Jack: No problem, Maria. Here let me lift this end... Oops!

Maria: Ouch! My foot! Come on, can't you be a little more cautious?

Jack: I'm so sorry. It was an accident. No need to be furious!

Maria: You're always so clumsy, Jack. I'm really losing my patience with all the

stupid mistakes you make around the office.

Jack: Calm down, Maria; I'll certainly be more careful next time. This was just

an accident.

Maria: If you aren't more careful, then next time someone could be badly hurt. Oh,

look! The glass in the box is all broken now. Mr. Johnson is going to fly into a rage.

Jack: Oh no! What can I do to keep him from hitting the roof?

Maria: Well, you can begin by helping me clean up the mess and then honestly tell

him about your mistake.

Jack: Maybe if I offer to pay for the damage, he won't be so angry. What do you

think?

Maria: That might help solve the problem, though it could be quite expensive to

replace it.

Jack: Well, I'm willing to do what it takes to keep Mr. Johnson from exploding.

I need to keep my job!

Keys: A C D C B

Task 2causes of depression

Hello, everyone. Today I invite you to join me in an exploration of the causes of depression. There are many factors involved, but I believe some deserve special attention.

Heredity certainly plays a role. The tendency to develop depression may be inherited; there is evidence that this disorder may run in families. Physiology is another factor related to depression. There may be changes or imbalances in chemicals which transmit information in the brain, called neurotransmitters. Many modern antidepressant drugs attempt to increase levels of certain neurotransmitters so as to increase brain communication.

While the causal relationship is unclear, it is known that antidepressant medications do relieve certain symptoms of depression.

Researchers also study psychological factors. They include the complex development of one's personality and how one has learned to cope with external environmental factors, such as stress. It is frequently observed that low self-esteem and self-defeating thinking are connected with depression. While it is not clear which is the cause and which is the effect, it is known that sufferers who are able to make corrections to their thinking patterns can show improved mood and self-esteem.

Another factor causing depression is one's early experiences. Events such as the death of a parent, the divorce of the parents, neglect, chronic illness, and severe physical abuse can increase the likelihood of depression later in life.

Some present experiences may also lead to depression. Job loss, financial difficulties, long periods of unemployment, the loss of a spouse or other family member, or other painful events may trigger depression. Long-term stress at home, work, or school can also be involved.

It is worth noting that those living with someone suffering from

depression experience increased anxiety, which adds to the possibility of their also becoming depressed.

Keys: (1)families (2)chemicals (3)information (4) certain symptoms

(5)self-esteem (6)thinking patterns (7)mood (8)divorce (9)physical abuse

(10)financial difficulties (11)stress (12)anxiety

Task 3 happiness index

Australians were the happiest people in the world according to a survey undertaken by two market researchers. They conducted

door-to-door surveys and interviews with nearly 30,000 people in 30 countries. They asked respondents how satisfied they were with their overall quality of life. Forty-six percent of Australians proclaimed to be "very happy" and expressed optimism about their future. Following them in the "very happy" group was the USA (40 percent), Egypt (36 percent), India (34 percent) and the UK and Canada (32 percent). Hungary got the wooden spoon, finishing bottom of the happiness chart. Thirty-five

percent of its citizens said they were either "disappointed" or "very unhappy", followed by Russians at 30 percent.

The research demonstrated that money and age were key determinants in how happy people are. Although the study did not indicate money could buy happiness, it did reveal a link between a lack of money and unhappiness. Less happy populations were found among lower-income groups or the unemployed.

The study also suggested that on the whole, the older we become, the less happy we are. Globally, teenagers are the happiest people. The age group with the lowest levels of happiness was 50-59. Only 16 percent of those in their 50s said they were very happy.

The factors that make us happy include good health, financial security and a happy marriage. Material comforts such as cars, clothes and gadgets ranked comparatively low.

Keys: B D A A C

l Let’s Talk

When I first met my parents, I was really shy, and I was, and I was in my foster home and I ran upstairs, shy, and I was in my bedroom crying, and my mum came up and said, "Oh William, are you OK?" and I ignored my mum, 'cause I didn't know her and I was scared. So, then my foster mum came up and I came down and we had some fun time. It was nice when I first arrived. I thought, "Oh goody, two sisters, I can play with them." But now it's just, "Oh no, not them again!" I argue with one of my sisters about her rabbits, 'cause she doesn't let me touch them. Well she does, but...

When I have a bit of a bad time with my sister, I go and speak with my mum and my dad. I feel most comfortable speaking to my dad about all my worries and stuff. I wish I had a brother in this family, but then it's just nice (being...) having two sisters, but I'd rather have a brother anyway. I mix with different people. I'm mostly friends with adults, 'cause I normally see adults more than children for some reason, I don't know why. It was scary going from my primary school to secondary school, but then that's just me growing up, and I've got to take the chances and take, just take what I've learned already and just move on and learn different things.

Keys: (1) shy (2) crying (3)scared (4) came down (5) fun (6) nice (7) two sisters (8) argue (9) touch (10) bad time (11) speak (12) comfortable (13) brother (14) adults (15) children (16) secondary (17) growing up (18) learn

l Further Listening and Speaking

Task 1: Big John is coming!

A bar owner in the Old West just hired a timid bartender. The owner of the establishment was giving his new employee some instructions on running the place. He told the timid man, "If you ever hear that Big John is coming to town, drop everything and run for the hills! He's the biggest, nastiest outlaw who's ever lived!"

A few weeks passed uneventfully. But one afternoon, a local cowhand came running through town yelling, "Big John is coming to town! Run for your lives!"

When the bartender left the bar to start running, he was knocked to the ground by several townspeople rushing out of town. As he was picking himself up, he saw a large man, almost seven feet tall. He was muscular, and was growling as he approached the bar.

He stepped up to the door, ordered the poor bartender inside, and demanded, "I want a beer NOW!"

And with one strike of his heavy fist, he split the bar in half. The bartender nervously handed the big man a beer, hands shaking. He took the beer, bit the top of the bottle off, and downed the beer in one gulp. As the terrified bartender hid behind the bar, the big man got up to leave. "Do you want another beer?" the bartender asked in a trembling voice. "Dang it, I don't have time!" the big man yelled. "I got to get out of town! Didn't you hear Big John is coming?"

(S1) owner

(S2) running

篇三:新视野大学英语视听说教程4听力原文和答案

新视野大学英语视听说教程-4

听力练习录音文本和答案

Unit1

II. Basic Listening Practice

1. Script

M: I‘m beside myself with joy. I‘m so lucky. Guess what? I‘ve won a lit of money in the lottery.

W: Yeah? Well, you do know that money is the root of all evil, right? Q: What does the woman mean?

2. Script

W: Mary was furious. Her son wrecked up her car.

M: He shouldn‘t have driven a car without a driver‘s license. He?s still taking driving lesson.

Q: What do we know about Mary‘s son?

3. Script

M: Susan, I hear you‘re going to marry that guy. Some people think you‘ll regret it.

W: Is that so? Only time tell.

Q: What does the woman imply?

4. Script

M: Mary, I just want to say how sorry I was to learn of your mother‘s passing. I know how close you two were?

W: Thank you. It was so sudden. I‘M still in a state of shock I don‘t know what to do.

Q: Which of following is true?

5. Script

W: I get furious at work when my opinions aren‘t considered just because I‘m a woman.

M: You should air your view more emphatically and demand that your vice be heard. Q: What is the woman complaining about?

Keys: 1.C 2.B 3. D 4.A 5.D

III. Listening In

Task 1: Soft answers turn away wrath.

Mary: Dam! You‘re spilled red wine on me. My new dress is ruined.

John: I‘ m terrible sorry! What can I do to help? Here‘s some water to wash it off.

Mary: Stop splashing water on me! Oh, this is so embarrassing! I‘m a mess. John: Well, you do look a little upset. Please don‘t blow up. Don‘t lose your cool. Mary: Hmm, you‘ve got the nerve talking like that! Who shouldn‘t fly off the handle?

This dress cost a fortune.

John: You look really cute when you‘re mad. I kid you not. Some people do look

attractive when they are in a rage.

Mary: This is very expensive dress. I saved for months to buy it, and now it‘s

ruined. Look at this stain!

John: Accidents do happen. Give me your dress, and I‘ll take it to the cleaners. Mary: Sure! You want me to take it off right here in public and give it to you?

I don‘t even know you!

John: This might be a really goof time to get acquainted. I‘m John Owen. Mary: Mmm, at least you‘re polite. I guess I really shouldn‘t have flared up.

After all, it was an accident. I‘m Mary Harvey.

John: Come on. I‘ll take you home. You can change your clothes, and I‘ll get

the dress cleaned for you.

Mary: Now you‘re talking. Thanks. You‘re a real gentleman.

John: You‘d better believe it. I‘m glad to see that you‘ve cooled down. Feel

look a bite to eat afterward? I‘m starving.

Mary: Ok. You‘re pretty good. I‘m not nearly as mad. If you can get this stain

out, I‘ll be very happy.

John: I‘ll try my best. But if I can‘t get the stain out, please don‘t let your

happiness turn to wrath.

1. Which of the following would be the best title for the dialog?

2. Why does the woman get angry?

3. What does the man say to please the woman when she looks angry?

4. Why does the woman say the man is a real gentleman?

5. What is the man‘s final proposal?

Keys: 1D 2.A 3.C 4.B 5.C

Task 2: Big John is coming!

Script

A bar owner in the Old West has just hired a timid bartender. This (S1) owner of the establishment is giving his new hire some instructions on (S2) running the place. He tells the timid man, ―If you ever hear that Big John is coming to town, (S3) drop everything and run for the hills! He‘s the biggest, nastiest (S4) outlaw who‘s ever lived!‖

A few weeks pass (S5) uneventfully. But one afternoon, a local cowhand comes running through town (S6) , ―Big John is coming! Run for your (S7) !‖ When the bartender leaves the bar to start running, he is knocked to the ground by several townspeople rushing out of town. (S8) As he‘s picking himself up, he sees a large man, almost seven feet tall. He‘s muscular, and is growing as he approaches the bar.

He steps up to the door, orders the poor barkeep inside, and demands, ―I want a beer NOW!‖

He strikes his heavy fist on the bar, splitting it in half. (S9) The bartender nervously hands the big man a beer, hands shaking. He takes the beer, bites the top of the bottle off, and downs the beer in one gulp.

As the terrified bartender hides behind the bar, the big man gets up to leave, ―Do you want another beer?‖ the bartender asks in a trembling voice.

―Dang it, I don‘t have time!‖ the big man yells, (S10) ―?‖

Task3: A View of Happiness

Script

Dr. Smith has proposed a reasonable, if perhaps somewhat oversimplifies, view of happiness. According to his theory, happiness might be described as a state if balance. And when human or certain animals achieve that balance, they rend to remain in that condition in order to repeat the happy feeling.

To illustrate this, we may study two magnets. When their positive and negative poles meet, they are comfortably joined, and they remain there. In other words, they have attained a balance or state of happiness. If on the other hand, one of the poles is reversed, and positive pole is presses against positive pole, there is resistance, instability, imbalance a state of unhappiness.

Animals with some degree of intelligence seem to find happiness in reinforcement. Once they have gained one or more of their goals such as food, and water, they learn to repeat the actions that led to satisfaction of those goals. This repetition or reinforcement produces a state of balance or sense of happiness.

According to this theory, only animals with a significant capacity to learn should be able to experience happiness. But in truth learning can take place through surprisingly simple short-term action such as scratching an itch, followed by pleasure, followed by more scratching, and so on. Thus learning can occur with almost no conscious thought.

For human beings, blessed with the ability to reason, goals are not limited to the short-term satisfaction of needs. Indeed, there is a strong link between happiness and the fulfillment of long-term goals. Even if human strive for goals that are more complex and longer-term than the animals‘ goals, once those goals are gained, happiness is reinforced.

1. Why does the speaker mention ―magnets‖?

2. According to the passage, what may animals do after they have got food?

3. Which of the following is true according to the speaker?

4. What does the speaker say is special about the goals of human beings?

5. Which of the following best captures the main idea of the passage? Keys: 1D 2.C3. B 4.D 5.A

IV. Speaking Out

MODEL 1Don’t let it get to you!

Susan: You look so angry. What happened?

Chris: Nothing I‘d rather not talk about it. Just don‘t ask.

Susan: Come on. Relax. Talk to me.

Chris: All right. This morning I took my car to the garage to check the air

conditioner. They only gave it a quick look, refilled it with some Freon, and charged me 300bucks!

Susan: No wonder you‘re livid. I‘d be mad too if someone ripped me off like that. Chris: Yeah. And they were rude. They said I didn‘t know anything about cars,

which I don‘t, but they didn‘t have to be blunt!

Susan: !

Chris: What‘s worse, as I was leaving, I herd then saying, ―Don‘t trust that

guy. He looks broke.‖ When I heard that, I almost hit the roof.

Susan: Don‘t let it get to you. Better ignore them.

Chris: I agree. I did manage to keep my cool.

Susan: Well, the best thing you can do is to Protection Agency.

Chris: sounds like a good idea.

MODEL2I’m too depressed.

Script

Susan: Chris, I hear , soup.

Chris: It‘s not gong o work. I‘m too depressed

Susan: Come, on. Tell me what‘s on your mind.

Chris: Everything. My girlfriend left me; my dog ran away; my wallet was stolen. Susan: Don‘t worry. I‘ll help you solve the biggest problem: finding you a new

girlfriend.

Chris: Forget it. Anyway, I‘m getting bad grades, and I was told that I‘d have

to repeat a lot of courses next year. When I heard that, I almost lost it.

Susan: Look, relax. I‘ll help you with those courses.

Chris: Yeah, but I also have three week‘s laundry to do., and my room is a pigsty. Susan: Forget it. You‘re on your own.

Chris: Come, on. What are friends for?

Susan: To keep you in high spirits; not to do your laundry.

MODEL3You seem to be on top of the world.

Script

Nora: Oh, hey, John!

John: Hey!

Nora: You seem to be on top of the world tonight. What‘s up?

John: I‘m so happy I‘m about to burst. Guess what?

Nora: .

John: It might be true that misfortunes never come singly, but you can also have a ―double blessing‖. And that‘s what I had.

Nora: You mean you‘ve had two happy events in your life?

John: Exactly. You know, I was strong in all subjects except physics. Now I‘ve finally passed the test--the one I needed to qualify for a Bachelor‘s degree. Nora: Congratulations! You‘d failed it three times. Now wonder you‘re beaming. What‘s the other good news?

John: The multinational I was dong my field project at offered me a job at a good staring salary.

Nora: Wow, wonderful, simple wonderful.

John: I feel like celebrating. Shall we go to a bar?

Nora: Why not?

Now Your Turn

Task 1

SAMPLE DIALOG

A: You look furious. What happened?

B: Nothing. I‘d rather not talk about it. Just don‘t ask.

A: Come on. You shouldn‘t keep your feeling to yourself. You need to let off some stream. So, talk tome.

B: All right. This morning I went to a shop to buy a digital camera, I only need an ordinary one. It is enough for my tours in the summer vacation. Buy they persuaded me to buy a professional camera, which cost three times as much. A: But you were willing to buy for it. Anyway, it must work better.

B: You see, I know next to nothing about photography. So they simply tricked me into buying an expensive one.

A: No wonder you‘re livid with rage. I‘d be mad too if I were robbed like that. What are you going to do?

B: I already went back to them and asked to exchange it for a cheaper one. A: What did they say?

B: Oh, they were rude. They insisted that they hadn‘t encouraged me to buy a professional camera, and that I bought it myself.

A: Sounds like you got a raw deal!

B: What‘s worse, as I was leaving, I heard they say, ―That guy looks broke. He shouldn‘t have bought any camera.‖

A: Don‘t let it get to you. Better ignore their rude remarks.

B: I agree. I did manage to keep my cool.

A: Well, the best thing you can do is to file a complaint with the Consumer Protection Agency. If they talk to the shop, maybe they will give you a refund.

B: Sounds too good to be true.

V. Let’s Talk

Script

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Unit 1

Outsideview

Conversation 1

Li:What a wonderful view! This is such a great city!Do you ever get tired of living in London, Andy?

A;"When a man is tired of London, he is tired of life, for there is in London all that life can afford" Li:That's a quotation by Samuel Johnson, isn't it?

A:Correct,so do you have any plans when you finish at Oxford?

Li: I've got another year to go and then I suppose I'll go back home.

A; And you will find a job?

Li:I think I have to do my Master's before I look for work.But I must admit London is very special.Do you think you would ever leave London?

A:Sure, I'd love to come to china one day, and I like traveling. But i think I'll always come back here.

Li:Well, your roots are here and there are so many opportunities.

A;But have you ever thought of living in London for a year or two?

Li:Yes, but what could I do here? I had planned to become a teacher.But i have often thought if there was a job i could do here in publishing,maybe as an editor, I'll go for it.

A:That's sounds like a great idea.I think that would really suit you

Li:Maybe I should update my CV and send it to one or two publisher.

A:Don't make it look too good

Li:Why not?

A;Well,if you enjoy working with London Time Off, we don't want you working with anyone else Li:Oh, working with you and Joe it's great fun and really interesting. I couldn't think of a better way to find out about a city

A;So maybe you should think about applying for a job with us

A:Don't even think about it!Joe is very straight talking and I promise you that you'd know if he didn't like you.

Li:Perhaps we should both update our CVs and look for jobs together

A:Hey,right!That would be fun.

Conversation 2

Li:Talking about future plans,how do you see your career developing?

A:My career?Well, I like working for London Time Off.It's a part of a larger media company called Lift off USA,so there are lots of opportunities.But...

Li:But...What?

A:It's not always very easy working with Joe.I mean,I kind of think he (different way of thinking from Andy不一样的想法).I like his work, but sometimes I don't think his heart is in his job.

Li:How did he end up in London?

at Lift off USA in

New York.

Li:What's a gofer?

A:Go for this,go for that.It's a word for the least experienced person in the film and TV industry.Then he came to London and got a proper job as a researcher at Lift off UK,and then after a few years he got the producer's job in London Time Off

Li:He is good at his job,isn't he? .

Li:Except you?

A:No,I rate him too.And I get on with him quite well,although we are not best budies or anything like that,it's just...I want his job!

Li:Now we know your little secret.I promise I won't tell anyone

A:Janet,there was something I was going to ask you...

Li:Sure,what is it?

A:I was wondering...oh,it's nothing.Anyway,all this talk about your future career is making me thirsty.Let's go for a drink.

Li:Who is round ?

A:You...

Outsideview :How to get a job

Graduation.What a big day!Your life is about to begin!And then your parents say..."Get a job".I tell you!Looking for your first job out of college can be pretty hard.Reading all the job listing is so annoying.Even trying to figure out what the actual job is can be difficult.Searching through the want ads can be so boring.And writing your resume is really hard work.

"I don't have that day open."Getting a job interview,and then going on it—the whole process is pretty tough.

"Sorry to keep you waiting.Uh,have a seat.""I have your resume here,and you are interested in the assistant's position."

"Yeah,yeah"

"Well,the right candidate for this job has to be very outgoing and sociable.After all it is a sale position."

"And the right candidate has to have great self-confidence.Customers need to feel that you know what you're talking about."

"Well, I'm really self-confident.Um I know what I'm talking about and I think I can project that"

"So,what skills would you bring to this job?"

""Well, I realize that I'm completely overqualified for this position.I mean,um,in my last job,I was running the whole place."

"Oh,so you've supervised people?"

"Yep,five of them.So,obviously I could do this job,no problem.I also have really good computer skills.Um what else do you want to know about me?"

"Eh..."

Even though I was trying really hard,even though I had sent out about 300

resumes,even though I asked all my friend and relatives if they knew of anything.I wasn't getting anywhere!Despite all my best efforts,I was still unemployed.

?I'll pay for it.Anything to help you get a job!"

"Samantha,I'm Phyllis Stein.Welcome""Oh,hi,Phyllis.Nice to meet you."

So I figure,heck,why not?I met with Phyllis Stein,a professional job coach.

"Interviewing is vital to getting the job that you want."She showed me how to prepare for an interview by doing research on the position and the company.And latter,she coaching me on my interviewing skills.

"I am going to pretend to be your interviewer,and then we'll stop it and replay it and look at the video and see what we could learn from that.OK?""I don't think that you should go into an interview having not practised with some of the questions that are pretty standard."

"Tell me about yourself."

"Well,my parents—my mom is a social worker,and my dad is an engineer."

"Your preparation is really important."

"What do you know about our organization?"

"Well,I saw on,um,on the Internet that ,you do business publishing?Right?"

"There is a whole range of things that have to do with how you present yourself/""Why should I hire you?"

"Oh,well.,um, I'm a really outgoing person,and I like,I like people a lot.I'm responsible and nice."

"You need to think about what the interviewer is actually looking for."

"Samantha, what was a major problem that you've encountered and how did you solve it?"

"I haven't really had any problems to deal with. "

"Thank you.Now let's look at your mock interview on videotape. ""I think (归结为) to preparation,presentation, and understanding what the interviewer is looking for "

(Watching the videotape)

"Another way of answering it is not telling about yourself ,but telling your relationship to the job."So,they don't care so much about your parents and that you want to live in Cambridge.They may need you to be able to be a troubleshooter.You use some examples in your life from being a troubleshooter.""One of the things that someone who is an assistant in a trade show is doing,is dealing with problems.You need to be sure that you stay,sort of ,on target with preventing,presenting yourself in the strongest possible way."

This time I felt a lot more confident when I went in for the interview.

"I have developed strong communication skills.In college I worked on the school paper and I brought some writing samples to show you.""I also worked every summer at a bed-and-breakfast.""I worked a lot with our guests.I booked reservation over the phone,got them what they needed,and handled any complains.""Well,I feel like I did really well.We'll see. "

Making a good first impression is the most important part of a job interview.

Arriving on time and being confident are the most important pa

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rts of a job interview.

It's very important that you are being confident and you're being clear in your answers and listening carefully

Not fidgeting(坐立不安,烦躁) and being confident are the most important things in a job interview.

Writing a thank-you note is the most important thing you want to do after a job interview/ And go in there with a firm handshake.

Listening in

"It's not enough to ask what successful people are like...It is only by asking where they are from that we can uavel弄清阐明 the logic behind who succeed and who doesn't"

This is the basic idea of an intriguing迷人的 book called Outliers, by the American journalist Malclom Gladwell.The book explores the factors which contribute to people who are extremely successful in their careers, for example, the role the family , culture and friend play.

Gladwell examines the causes of why the majority of Canada ice hokey players are born in the first few months of the calender year,what the founder of Microsoft Bill Gates did to achieve his extraordinary success,and why the Beatles managed to redefine the whole of popular music in the 1960s.

Gladwell points out that the youth hockey league in Canada recruits招聘 from January the first, so that players born early in the year are bigger,stronger and better athletes than others born later in the year.And because they have this advantage at the start of their sports career,they're given extra coaching,and so there's a greater chance that they'll be picked for an elite hockey team in the future.

the rich get richer and the poor get poorer.Success depends on the process by which talented athletes are identified as much as it does on their own abilities.

Another aspect which contributes to success is the 10000 hour rule.Great success demands an enormous amount of time for practise and training.For example,the Beatles performed live in Hamburg Germany more than 1200times over four years,much more than the 10000 hours Gladwell claim is necessary for great success.So by the time they returned to England,they had developed their talente and sounded completely different from any other group.

In the same way,Bill Gates had thousands of hours' worth of programming because he had access to a computer at his high school.He also became a teenager just at the right time to take advantage of the latest developments in computer technology.

Outliers has met with extraordinary success,matched only by Gladwell's own career for 25 years in journalism.As a result, many citics have seen it as an autobiography自传, in which the writer appears to be apologizing for his own personal achievements.But the ides that you have to be born at the right moment,in the right place and in the right family,and then you have to work really hard is a thought-provoking way of revisiting重游;再访;重临 our traditional view of genius and great achievement.It's certainly worth reading,as long as you don't take it too seriously.

Listening in 2

P:Hi,we are talking about typical working hours in the US and in Brazil.Eric...um...you're from the States,tell me what are the typical working hours in the States?

E:Er...traditionally people go to work at 9o'clock in the morning and they finish at about 5,so sort of a 9to 5.

P:And,and Penny I...I know you're English but you work in Brazil,what are the hours in Brazil? Penny:Um varies slightly,sometimes you can start um on an early shift,say,8o'clock in the morning to 5 um or 9 until 6.But in Brazil often people will work longer hours than this.

P:Right,right ok.And what kind of clothes do you wear?I mean do you dress up formally or in a relaxed way?

E:It used to be that you would wear a jacket and tie to work for...for men but er nowadays an open shirt is ok.You don't necessarily have to wear a tie and sometimes on a Friday you can wear a pair of jeans to work.

P:Oh,right the dress down Friday?

E:The dress down Friday that's right.

P:Does that still happen?

E:Yes, yes sure it does.

P:And how about in Brazil?

Penny:Um, it's fairly casual,quite informal,um I mean you need to look neat and tidy obviously,but you,you have your own choice rely on what you would wear,there are no rules and regulations.It's important to look smart but comfortable.

P:Right,yeah do you have meal breaks or is that...you just fit in meals when you can or...? E:Lunch,lunch is usually an hour sometimes a little shorter if you have to do a lot of work from your desk.

P:Yeah,how about Brazil?

Penny:That's the same, about an hour.

P:And,and with overtime,I mean,if you...I mean you're obviously contracted to do a certain number of hours.What happens if you do more than the hours that you...that's in you...that are in your contract?

E:I have to make a fairly strict record of my hours so if I go beyond 5 o'clock on most days I put in for overtime.

P:Right.

E:And it's...the first hour is one of overtime and then there's I think 15minute periods after that.So I could work an hour and a quarter.

P:And you'd be paid for the quarter hours?

E:That's right,by the quarter hour.

P:How about in Brazil?

Penny:It's,it's a lot looser in Brazil actually.We we often end up doing overtime but unfortunately not paid.

P: Fine.That's hard luck.And what about holidays,what about in the States?You don't have much holidays in the States do you?

E:No.When you start at a company you get two weeks holiday or two weeks vacation as we say...

P:Yeah

E:Um then it's usually not until you've been at the company for about five ears that they give you another week.So you get three weeks after you've been there for five years.

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Warming Up

F T NG

Listening

Understanding Short Conversations

1~5 A C B B D

6~10B A C C D

Understanding a Long Conversation

1~5A B A C B

Understanding a Passage

1~5A A D B C

Undenstanding a Radio Program

1 married in ST.Paul’s Cathedral

2 was a guest at the wedding ceremory

3 wore a hat with flowers at the wedding

4 is remmembered as having been naughty

5 was one of the designers of the wedding dress

Culture Talk

T F F T

Listening and Speaking

1 They have high status.

2 They get the attentions of the public.

3 Using their fame to make money.

Supplementary Listening

Task 1

1~5D A B B A

Task 2

1~5C A B B A

Task 3

1、shortage

2、assigned

3、centered

4、hospitallization

5、treatment

6、colleague

7、decentialized

8、There’re nurse-managers instead of head-nurses

9、decidea among themselves who will work what to do and when

10、an equal with other wise presidents of the hospital

Unit Two

Warming Up

1、Her new book

2、Original

3、Use your own words to complete it,this question has no correct answers.

Understanding Short Conversations

1~5D D D C B

6~10 A A B C D

Understanding a Long Conversation

1~5D A B B A

Understanding a Passage

1~5B C D A C

Undenstanding a Radio Program

1C

2A

3A

4C

5D

Culture Talk

F F T T

Listening and Speaking

1(The Left Answer) It makes their point and makes you happy. 2(The Right Answer) It is difficult to do.

3(The Right Answer) Sometimes it’s dangerous.

Homework

Supplementary Listening

Task 1

Task 2

1~5B D A C A

Task 3

1、sketch

2、shadow

3、paintings

4、abroad

5、Europe

6、jewels

7、exqute

8、pictures of rooms with handsome dressed people in them

9、not only the clothes and the lines of their faces

10、but he was far greater than he would ever become

Unit Three

Warming Up

1、god of mercy

2、money,strength and health

3、lucky ones

Listening

Understanding Short Conversations

1~5 C D C B B

Understanding a Long Conversation

1~5A B D C B

Understanding a Passage

1~5A B D B C

Undenstanding a Radio Program

1 An Australian scientist who won the Nobel Prize.

2 The mysterious field of infectious diseases.

3 By accident.

4 It was probably extremely significant.

5 He couldn't handle all that.

Culture Talk

T F T T

Listening and Speaking

1 The poor trend to be angry easily and it will fanilly make a civil war. 2 It can control the rate og crimes

3 It can increase the econimics

Homework

Supplementary Listening

Task 1

1~5B C A D C

Task 2

1~5B A C B C