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篇一:大学英语3听力10

大学英语(三) (038-03835003-01974100-1) > 进行测验: 三级听说单元十测试进行测验: 进行测验: 三级听说单元十测试名称 说明三级听说单元十测试 Unit Ten (59 分)(你必须完成每道题后才能提交 你必须完成每道题后才能提交) 你必须完成每道题后才能提交多次尝试 禁止。此测试只能进行一次。 强制完成 该测试必须现在完成。 <>问题完成状态: 问题完成状态:12345678910 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 2021 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 问题 1 Part A (10 分) Directions: Choose the best answer. 1 分保存1. a. Travel on his own. b. Travel with his friends. c. Work full time at a restaurant. d. Do a part-time job at a restaurant. 问题 2 2. a. 90 cents. 问题 3 3. a. He doesn't have time to visit art museums often. b. He isn't keen on art at all. c. He isn't interested in visiting museums. d. He isn't such an art lover as he says he is. 问题 4 4. a. He called the woman but she was out. b. He tried calling the woman but was not successful. c. He was too busy to call the woman. d. He didn't know that he should have called the woman last night. 问题 5 5. a. After his class is over. b. After 3 o'clock. c. After class tomorrow. 1 分保存1 分保存b. 1.50 dollars.c. 50 cents.d. 1.15 dollars. 1 分保存1 分保存 d. Sometime tomorrow afternoon. 问题 6 6. a. The woman is too busy to open an account for the man. b. The woman can't open new accounts now. c. Only the manager can handle new accounts. d. The manager is away from the bank. 问题 7 7. a. Watch the ad on TV. b. Wait until the sale is over. c. Buy a new suit at Sear's. d. Go to Sears' with the woman. 问题 8 8. a. They should wait for a better deal. b. They have no time to go shopping at the supermarket. c. They don't really need to buy any groceries. d. They should buy some groceries at the supermarket. 问题 9 9. 1 分保存1 分保存1 分保存1 分保存 a. 9:50. 问题 10 10.b. 9:15.c. 8:45.d. 10:00. 1 分保存a. If something seems far better than can be expected, it must be no good. b. If something seems far better than can be expected, it must be very good. c. If something seems far better than can be expected, it is probably no good. d. If something seems far better than can be expected, grab it while you can. 问题 11 Part B (14 分) Directions: Listen to the following passage twice and then choose the right answers to the questions you hear. 1 分保 存1. Passage One (4 分) 1) . a Intelligen . t. 问题 12 2). a. One year old. b. One and a half years old. b Clever . . c Gifted . . d Learne . d. 1 分保存 c. Two yeas old. d. Four years old. 问题 13 3). a. Latin lessons. b. Violin lessons. c. Biology lessons. d. Computer lessons. 问题 14 4). a. He was a good violin player. b. He enjoyed rea

ding French newspapers every day. c. His spelling was better than his parents'. d. He taught himself French. 问题 15 2. Passage Two (5 分) 1). a. In a hospital ward. b. In a nursery school. c. In an enemy occupied area. d. In a church. 1 分保存1 分保存1 分保存 问题 16 2). a. A group of nuns. b. Sister Maria. c. Army nurses. d. The local citizens. 问题 17 3). a. He had to be dressed as a nurse. b. He had to hide himself in the kitchen. c. He had to shave every day. d. He had to fool everybody. 问题 18 4). a. Safe and comfortable. b. Pleasant and romantic. c. Difficult and lonely. d. Safe but difficult. 问题 19 5). a. “ Here comes Sister Maria.”1 分保存1 分保存1 分保存1 分保存 b. “ Have you forgotten the rule?” c. “I’m sorry I can't accept your love.” d. “ I'm also a man in disguise.” 问题 20 3. Dialog (5 分) 1). a. They are talking about each other's family. b. One is interviewing the other. c. One is asking about the other's family background. d. They are having a friendly chat. 问题 21 2). a. He did not like to study. b. He had to work to support his family. c. A friend of his father's offered him a job. d. His father did not like him to study art. 问题 22 3). a. He had given up his job as an accountant. b. He spent too much time on art. c. He didn't do well in the art college. 1 分保存1 分保存1 分保存 d. He had done his first job badly. 问题 23 4). a. Reading. b. Acting. c. Going to the cinema. d. Taking pictures. 问题 24 5). a. He was the youngest son. b. He was his father's favorite son. c. He was the eldest son. d. He was the bread earner. 问题 25 3. Part C (35 分) Directions: Listen and supply the missing words. 1 分保存1 分保存1 分保存What do you know about the sea? Most of us have seen it. Many of us 1.have问题 261 分保存 2.swumin it.问题 27 We know it looks very pretty when the sun 3.is1 分保存问题 28 4.shining1 分保存问题 29 5.on1 分保存问题 30 6.it1 分 .保存问题 31 And we also know that the sea 7.is1 分保存问题 32 8.full1 分保存问题 33 9.of1 分 waves.保存问题 341 分 Waves are beautiful to look at, but they can destroy ships at sea, as well as houses and buildings near the shore. What causes waves? Most waves are caused by winds blowing over the surface of the water. The sun 10.heats保存问题 351 分保存 11.the问题 36 12.earth1 分 ,保存问题 37 13.causing1 分保存问题 38 14.the1 分保存问题 39 15.air1 分保存问题 40 16.to1 分保存问题 41 17.rise1 分 and the winds to blow.保存问题 42 The winds blow across the sea, 18.pushing1 分保存问题 43 19.little1 分保存问题 44 20.waves1 分保存 问题 45 21.into1 分保存问题 46 22.enormous1 分保存问题 47 23.ones1 分 .

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篇二:大英三听力网测十

篇三:[第三版]大学英语听说3听力原文和答案

Unit 1 Reservations

Part A

Exercise 1

1. M: I’d like to book a double room with bath for four nights.

W: Sorry, sir. We’re full up(全满). Can I recommend the Park Hotel to you? It is quite near here.

Q: What does the woman suggest that the man do?

2. M: I’d like to see Mr. Jones this afternoon, please.

W: I’m sorry but Mr. Jones will be busy the whole afternoon. Can you manage at 10:30 tomorrow morning?

Q: What does the woman say to the man?

3. W: Can I book two tickets for the show ―42nd Street‖ on Sunday night, Oct. 31st?

M: Sorry, madam. All the tickets on that night are sold out. But tickets are available for Nov.3rd(十一月三号). Q: When can the woman see the show?

4. M: I’d like to reserve(预订)two tickets on Flight 6051 to Edinburgh, for October 20th.

W: Sorry, Sir. We’re booked up(预订一空的) on the 20th .But we still have a few seats available on the 21st. Q: When does the man want to leave for Edinburgh?

5. W: Garden Restaurant. May I help you?

M: Can you make arrangements for a table for six at eight this evening? In a quiet corner, please.

Q: What does the man want to do?

Keys:

1. What does the woman suggest that man do? [a. reserve the room in another hotel]

2. What does the woman say to the man? [c. Mr. Jones can see the man sometime the next morning.]

3. When can the woman see the show? [d. Nov.3rd]

4. When does the man want to leave for Edinburgh?[a. on the 20th of October.]

5. What does the man want to do? [d. Book a table for six people at 8:00]

Exercise 2

W: Hello. Dazhong Taxi Company.

M: Hello. Can I book a taxi to the West Lake Hotel, Hangzhou?

W: Sure. What time?

M: 9 o’clock tomorrow morning.

W: Your address, please?

M: Room 1008, Peace Hotel.

W: And your name?

M: Jack Smith.

W: OK, Mr Smith.

M: Thank you.

W: Not at all.

Keys:

Part B

Conversation 1

I’d like to make a reservation

Operator: Glory Inn, Atlanta.

Paul: Hi, this is Paul Lambert. I’m the manager of the band Country Boys. You know, the rock band from

Chicago. I want …

Operator: Please hold, Mr. Lambert. I’m putting your through to the reservation manager.

Paul: But …

Manager: Mr. Lambert? This is Laurie Perry, the hotel manager.

Paul: Oh, yeah? Well, I need five rooms for Friday night. That’s the 15th. I want the best room in the hotel. Manager: Sorry, I’m afraid I cannot accept your reservation.

Paul: Now look, we always stay at the Glory Inn…

Manager: I know that, Last time you were here, we had a number of complaints from other guests.

Paul: You mean they don’t like long-haired rock musicians

Manager: That’s not the problem, sir. The band used bad language in the coffee shop, and threw two TV sets into the

pool(把两个电视机扔到池中).

Paul: Yeah, yeah. Well, I’11 tell them to be more careful this time.

Manager: I’m afraid that’s not all, sir. You haven’t paid the account for the last time yet。

Paul: I’m sorry. I’ll put a check in the mail right away

Manager: Please do.

Paul: So, what about our reservation for Friday?

Manager: I’11 answer that very simply, sir, No way!

Keys:

Exercise 1:

1. Why was Paul Lambert calling the Glory Inn? [a. to book hotel rooms at the Glory Inn for his rock musicians]

2. Who might the first woman be?[c. an operator(话务员)]

3. What did Me. Lambert promise to do on the phone? [a. tell his musicians to be more careful this time.]

4. What happened to Mr. Lambert’s request for a reservation? [b. it would not be accepted even if he paid his earlier account.]

5. What might be true of Ms. Laurie Perry, the hotel’s reservations manager? [a. she makes decisions on the basis of principles.(她决定原则的基础)]

Exercise 2: 1. five rooms in total √

rooms on the top floor √

the best rooms in the hotel √

2. They damaged the hotel’s property. √

They talked rudely in the coffee shop. √

They did not pay the account when they left the hotel. √

Conversation 2

Marcel Always Does My Hair

M: Good morning. Unisex Hairdresser’s.

W: Good morning. I’d like to make an appointment, please, for three o’clock this afternoon, with Marcel.

M: Let me see ... I’m sorry Marcel’s busy at three. Can you suggest another day, madam?

W: No. I’ve an important meeting to attend tonight and I must have my hair done before five. So how about 3:30? M: I’m afraid Marcel is busy all afternoon.

W: What a nuisance(真讨厌)!

M: I’m terribly sorry, madam. But you should always book well in advance. W: I know. I know. But it’s short notice for

me, too.

W: OK, then. What time will he be available?

M: Then may I suggest Tom O’Neil? He is just as good as Marcel.

W: But Marcel always does my hair. He knows what style I usually wear. M: But everybody says Tom can quickly figure

out the best style for a particular customer(特定客户).

M: Er... actually he is busy all afternoon too. But luckily, one of his customers has just called to cancel her appointment.

So if you can be here at 2:45, I can fit you in. You’ll be his first customer this afternoon.

W: That would be nice then. Thank you. You’re really very helpful. M: You’re welcome.

Keys:

Exercise 1: P. 5

1. What was the purpose of the woman’s call? [b. to make an appointment to have her hair done by Marcel.]

2. Why didn’t the woman make an appointment with Marcel well in advance? [ a. she was informed of her meeting this evening only a short while ago.]

3. What do you know about the woman? [d. she is Marcel’s regular customer.]

4. What did the man on the phone suggest? [c. that the woman have her hair done by another hairdresser.]

5. How did the woman feel in the end? [a. pleased.]

Exercise 2: 1. He is the woman’s favorite hairdresser. √

He has an appointment with another customer. √

He is a popular hairdresser at the Unisex Hairdresser. √

2. Tom is just as good as Marcel. √

Tom can quickly figure out the best style for a particular customer. √

Tome has never done the woman’s hair before. √

Unit 2 Animals and pets

Part A

Exercise 1

Passage 1

Dear Sir,

I’m writing to say how shocked I am by the amount of money that people in Britain spend on their pets.

A recent article in your newspaper informed us that last year Britons spent 660 million pounds on dog food and 516 million pounds on food for their cats.

Are we completely mad? Every day on TV we see pictures of people who have no food at all. A few pounds would buy them food for a week. Even in Britain there are many people without work and homes. A little money could make a big difference to them couldn’t it? But it seems that in Britain animals come first. Perhaps it is time to think again.

Yours faithfully,

Ms D.Walker

Key: P.12 Q: what does the letter mainly tell us? ( a. the money spend by Britons… )

Passage 2

One of the main complaints of the city residents in the United States is the number of homeless cats and dogs. It has been estimated that more than 31 million cats and dogs are wandering through the streets of the cities. Each year about a fifth of these animals are destroyed. A survey of 41 cities reports that as much as 15 million dollars is spent to capture and kill those animals every year. One city alone, Chicago, spends one million dollars a year to control its animal population. On the other hand, though you can find quite a lot of cats and dogs wandering in New York, the city government can’t find any money for animal population control.

Keys: Q. What is the passage mainly about?(b. Problems caused by homeless ….)

Exercise 2

1. Mrs. Bush had been giving her students a very long and not very interesting lecture to animals. When she finished, she decided to ask a few questions. She started off with this question. ―Now, Tommy, tell me where elephants are found.‖

Tommy hadn’t done much listening, but he pretended to be clever, saying, ―Elephants are such big animals that they hardly ever get lost.‖

2. An angry customer went back to the pet shop and said to the owner, ―The cat you sold me is absolutely useless!‖ The owner looked at the cat and said, ―What’s wrong with it? It looks perfectly all right to me.‖ The customer became furious and said, ―When

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you sold it to me you promised it would be a good cat for mice. Yet every time it sees a mouse it runs away and hides.‖ The owner smiled and said, ―Well, isn’t that a good cat for mice?‖

Part B

Conversation

Choosing a Pet

Attendant: Hello. Can I help you?

Customer: Yes. I’m looking for a pet for my son. Can you suggest anything?

Attendant: What kind of pet does he want? A traditional pet-a cat or a dog? Or something unusual?

Customer: Well, He’d like a snake or an alligator(鳄鱼), but he isn’t going to get one.

Attendant: We have a nice dog right now -a Rottweiler(罗特韦尔犬)!

Customer: A Rottweiler! Oh, no! I’ve heard about them on the news. They’re very big and mean(卑鄙的). Attendant: Oh, no, ma’am .They weren’t as mean as some dogs.

Customer: Really?

Attendant: Yes, really. Last week we had a small dog here. It was only as big as your purse(钱包,手提袋), but it was as mean as the devil(魔鬼). It bit me three times!

Customer: Let’s forget dogs, then.

Attendant: What about a cat?

Customer: A cat. Hmm … They aren’t as friendly as dogs, are they?

Attendant: No, but they don’t eat as much as dogs either. And they’re very clean.

Customer: Hmm…

Attendant: What about a bird then? A parrot or a parakeet. We have both.

Customer: Which do you recommend?

Attendant: Well, parakeets(长尾小鹦鹉) aren’t as easy to train, and they never speak as well as parrots(鹦鹉). Customer: Yes, but parakeets don’t need as much space as parrots, do they?

Attendant: That’s true. Parakeets are very popular because they are so easy to keep.

Customer: Yes, but they’re a little noisy, aren’t they? I want a quiet pet.

Attendant: A quiet pet? Well, what about a goldfish? There’s nothing quiet as a goldfish.

Keys: Exercise 1: P. 14

1. What was the woman doing? [c. asking a pet shop attendant(服务员) about what kind of pet is good for her son]

2. What kind of pet did the woman have in mind?[d. something quiet]

3. what kind of pet did the woman’s son prefer? [b. very unusual one like a snake or an alligator]

4. what can you conclude from the conversation? [d. the woman was hard to please]

Exercise 2:

Story

Dog Plays “Mother” to Tiger Cubs

People at a zoo in China have used a dog named Balu to play mother to three newborn Siberian tigers.

The newborn tigers of the Shanghai Wild Animal Park, including one male and two females were abandoned by their mother. They were very much in need of being breast-fed and the zoo called for Balu.

The first time the 7-year-old bitch acted as a tiger’s mother was five years ago when a Siberian tiger became too sick and weak to feed her four babies and the park had to place an advertisement for a replacement.

Since then the animal owned by a farmer from Nanhui has been asked to play mother for 12 tiger cubs on four occasions.

Officials from the park came calling for her services two months ago shortly after she had given birth to her own two puppies.

Park spokesman Su Feilong recalled: ―She was very strong at first sight. Though the tiger cubs were much bigger than her, she regarded them as her own children and fed them wholeheartedly.‖

Balu has now takes to breast-feeding both her own and ―adopted‖ babies, according to Shanghai Daily.

Mr Su told the paper: ―She is a loving mother, especially to those tigers. When those naughty cubs fought against her

own puppies, she never got angry with them but tried to make them quiet with a gentle hug.‖

Keys: Exercise 1: P.16

1. Where does the story take place? [c. in a wild animal park in Shanghai.]

2. What can we learn about a female Siberian tiger in the park? [b. she gave birth to three babies but left them]

3. What did the park do five years ago when the mother of four tiger cubs was too sick to look her babies?

[a. the advertised in the local papers for an animal to take the place of the mother.]

4. What can you learn from the story? [c. Not all animals have motherly love for their young.]

Exercise 2: 1. 12-year-old bitch from a farmer’s family.

2. two puppies just two months ago

3. for 12 tiger cubs since 5 years ago.

4. strong but she is smaller than the cubs.

5. enough milk for her own babies and the baby tigers.

6. her own children and takes good care of them.

P. 19 1. What does the passage mainly imply? [b. all animals should be well treated.]

2. how do most people treat their pets? (d. they spend a large amount of money and time taking care of them)

3. what do you think is the speaker’s attitude toward blood sports? (a. he thinks they are cruel)

P.20.33 / 231 /cat year/ dustbin /East London /March 17,1971 / tiny / closed /// front teeth /// sleeping // eating //cat food / place/ World Records/ 27-year-old/ Australia Unit 3 Age

Part A

1. I’m Emi. My husband is going to be forty at the weekend. It’s a special birthday, and in England we say, ―Life

begins at 40.‖ he is going to have a big party with all his friends and relatives, but he doesn’t know that .It is going to be a surprise. What am I going to give my husband? I can’t say. That is a surprise, too.

Q. what is Emi going to do for her …? ( To throw a surprise party for his 40th birthday.)

2. My name is Elena. I live in Madrid, Spain. My 21st birthday is on Saturday, and I am going to go out with some

friends. To wish me a happy birthday, they are going to pull on my ear 21 times, once for each year. It is an old custom. Some people do it only once, but my friends are very traditional.

Q. What is the old custom …? (Pulling on the birthday person’s ear 21 times.)

3. My name is Philippe. I am going to be 30 next Sunday. To make the most of the day I’ll invite three very good

friends out to dinner. In France, you often invite people out on your birthday. I know that in some countries it is the opposite----people take you out.

Q. What is Philippe going …? (To invite three very good friends out to dinner.)

Part B

Conversation 1

You sure don’t look it

Amy: Wow, it is hard to believe you are 60 years old, Sophie. You sure don’t look it.

Brian: Yeah, you seem so much younger---- and have more energy than most people I know my age.

Sophie: Thank you, you are sweet, Brian. And I must say, I don’t feel 60, either. I guess staying active is the key , andbeing positive.

Brian: Hmmm, I wonder what we will be doing when we are your age?

Amy: It is difficult to imagine what I will be doing ten years from now---- let alone when I am 60.

Brian: You, Amy? Ten years from now? That is easy. You will be a successful doctor and you will be running two orthree large clinics.

Sophie: And you will have already discovered a cure for some terrible disease.

Amy: By the time I am 30? Oh, not likely-----but I do kind of like the idea.

Sophie: What about you, Brian? What do you think you will be doing in ten years? Do you think you will still be working for the same company?