首页 | 小学 | 初中 | 高中 | 作文 | 英语 | 幼教 | 综合 | 早知道 | 范文大全 |
趣味英语 当前位置:唯才网 > 英语 > 趣味英语 > 正文 唯才网手机站


时间:2017-01-14 来源:唯才教育网 本文已影响

篇一:英语视听说(上册) 参考答案

Task I Global Listening

1. A 2. C 5. C 6. A

Task II Listen for Details

Episode 11. T2. F

Episode 2

1. √

Episode 3

(1) technology always wins (3) advertising supported (5) Ten million people (7) video games (9) typo(11) fig leaf

(13) steal

2. √

3. B 7. D

4. D 8. D

3. T4. F5. T

3. √

(2) software (4) radio (6) music

(8) not liable for (10) control (12) facilitating (14) comfortable

Episode 4

1. Following the music industry and begin to sue individuals who download movies;

2. Airing ads about people whose jobs are at risk because of the piracy; 3. Keeping copies of movies from leaking in the first place;

4. Hiring people to hack the hackers / serve up thousands of fake copies of new movies.

Episode 5

1. Downloading off the Internet. 2. 60 million.

3. Embrace it and get paid too. 4. A bunch of crooks. 5. 3 – 5 dollars. 6. Stopping piracy.

Task I

1. A 5. CTask II

Listen for Details

2. T

3. T

Episode 1

1. F

Episode 2

(1) operable space plane

(3) monopoly on

(5) business (7) contests

Episode 3

1. Nearly a decade ago.

Global Listening

2. C 6. A

3. B 7. D

4. D 8. D

4. F 5. F 6. T

(2) at a cost (4) incentive (6) dream (8) a trophy

(10) technological sophistication

(9) stunning looks

2. Turning his designs into models and testing them. 3. He sought investment from Paul Allen. 4. The vote of confidence.

5. Gluing carbon fabric together with epoxy. 6. Flying badminton shuttlecocks.

Episode 4

Episode 5

1. It has proved that the small guys can build a space ship and go to space. 2. The deal is to invest $120 million to build five spaceships for paying customers. Flights are expected to begin in 2008.

3. Yes. According to Virgin Galactic, 38,000 people have put down a deposit for a seat, and 90 people have paid the full price of $200,000.

4. His next goal is affordable travel above low-Earth orbit, i.e., affordable travel to the moon.

1 —— (J) 2 —— (A) 3 —— (C, F) 4 —— (B,H) 5 —— (D)

Task I

1. B 5. CTask II

Listen for Details

2. F

3. T

Episode 1

1. F

Episode 2

1. √ Episode 3

(1) 81 years; Two times. (2) Three generations. (3) It’s flat.

5. √

Global Listening

2. C 6. D

3. A 7. D

4. C

4. F5. F 6. F

6. √

(4) Land is all that the Fultons have, yet it is prone to disaster. (5) Several feet off the ground. (6) 80,000; $26,200.

Episode 4

(1) bad design (3) fixed

(5) withstand (7) doubled

Episode 5

1. They made the assessment on the site and then Wi-Fied the reports to a city hall database, which is linked to aerial images of every single address, both before and after.

2. The total cost of reconstruction will be given to the city authorities. 3. Because his own home was flooded and ruined.

4. It means that there are too few people to pay taxes or keep business going. 5. He is asking the nation to commit billions of dollars and many years to protect the city.

(2) workmanship (4) next summer (6) Category 5 (8) billions

Unit 4

Task I

1. C 5. ATask II

Listen for Details

2. T

Episode 1

1. F

Episode 2

(1) military alliances (3) drug lords (5) allegations (7) small-time

Episode 3

Episode 4

1 —— (A, G) 4 —— (K)

Global Listening

2. D 6. C

Afghanistan – Addicted to Heroin

3. B 7. C

4. B 8. D

3. F 4. F 5. F

(2) private armies (4) in high places (6) for drug offenses

2 —— (E, I) 5 —— (D)

3 —— (F)

1. To do something about senior officials and governors involved in the drug business.

2. To remove them from office / from the country. 3. The need to fight terrorism / insurgency. 4. Destroy it.

5. For fear of disrupting the flow of intelligence.

Episode 5

1. The number of acres of poppy under cultivation dropped 20 percent this year. 2. They were promised health clinics, schools and roads.

3. They elicit tolls, protection money and drugs from traffickers in areas they control.

4. Fighting narcotics is as important as fighting terrorism; It needs to be elevated to a rank that is commensurate with the threat it poses.

Unit 5

Task I

1. D 5. DTask II

Listen for Details

2. T

3. T

Episode 1

1. F

Episode 2

(1) naturally (5) fingerprint (9) warm

Episode 3

2. √

Episode 4

1. Land of the great bear. 2. Polar bears’ health. 3. A tranquillizer dart.

3. √

Global Listening

2. A 6. C

The Global Warning

3. A 7. B

4. B

4. T 5. T6. F

(2) man’s doing (4) ice cores

(6) burning fossil fuels (8) thousand

(3) expeditions (7) carbon dioxide

4. √

4. Bear population there is the healthiest. 5. Changes in the bears’ fat, dimensions and teeth. 6. They can only hunt on the ice.

Episode 5

1. They say they’re no more reliable than the local weatherman. 2. They made science as precise as it is today.

3. The US can’t flip its energy use overnight and its economy might get hurt. 4. His job is to tell the government exactly what he knows scientifically.


啊甘1 Life is a box of chocolates, Forrest. You never know what you're gonna get.

I followed all the rules: man’s and God’s. And you … you followed none. And they all loved you more, Samuel, Father … and even my own wife. (Pause) I’d like a moment alone with her, Tristan. 我遵循所有的规则:人与神的。和你......你后面没有。他们都爱你,萨穆埃尔,父亲......甚至自己的妻子。 (稍停)我想了一会儿,独自带着,特里斯坦。

it hits you like a thousand knives stabbing you all over your body. You can't breathe, you can't think... at least not about anything but the pain.犹如被千刀万剐一样,你没法呼吸,没法思考,只能感觉到痛苦

I know you've received orders from our Commandant which he has received from his superiors, to dispose of the population of this camp. Now would be the time to do it. Here they are. They're all here. This is your opportunity.

Or ... (He shrugs) you could leave and return to your families as men instead of murderers.我知道你们的上级,接到他的上级的命令,要你们清除这个营区的所有俘虏,现在是你们动手的最好时机,他们全部聚集在此,这是你们的机会,或者,你们可以选择离开,堂堂正正的回到你们家人的身边,而不是作为一个杀人凶手


sex liberation, the drug culture, the struggle for racial justice and equality, protests, the assassination (暗杀) of JFK and the Watergate Scandal (水门丑闻), a series of important contemporary American events involving persons like Kennedy, Johnson, Nixon and Lennon.


Yesterday, December 7, 1941, a date which will live in infamy, the United States of American was suddenly and deliberately attacked by naval and air forces of the Empire of Japan. It is obvious that planning the attack began many weeks ago. During the intervening time the Japanese government has deliberately sought to deceive the United States by false statements and expressions of hope for continued peace. The attack yesterday on the Hawaiian Islands has caused severe damage to American military forces. I regret to tell you that over 3,000 American lives have been lost. No matter how long it may takes us to overcome this premeditated invasion, the American people, in their righteous might, will win through to absolute victory. Applause

Roosevelt: Does anyone in this room think victory is possible without facing danger? We are at war. Of course, there’s a risk. General Marshall: But consider the risk, Mr. President, if the Japanese invade us right now, they will penetrate as far as Chicago before we could stop them.

Roosevelt: Gentlemen, most of you did not know me when I had the use of my legs. I was strong and proud and arrogant. Now I wonder every hour of my life why God put me into this chair. But when I see the defeat in the eyes of my countrymen, in your eyes right now, I start to think that maybe he brought me down for times like these when we all need to be reminded who we truly are, that we will not give up or give in.

Admiral: Mr. President, with all respect, Sir. What you’re asking can’t be done.

Roosevelt stops for a while and places his hands on the arms of his wheelchair and struggles to lift himself. George jumps to help him.

George: Mr. President!

Roosevelt: Get back, George! Get back.

With inhuman physical effort, Roosevelt stands on his withered legs, sweat popping on his face.

Roosevelt: Do not tell me... it can't be done!



Play old William Colonel Veterans is a love of freedom, peace and equality, his aversion to war from the bones, the force of the Government to take to solve the problem is deeply objectionable, especially the policies adopted for the Indians, and also allowed him to feel that the Governmentthe hypocrisy and can not be trusted. In the American concept to life is equal, there is the pursuit of freedom and the right to happiness, the concept of penetration in the field of American life and thought, but government intervention allows the community as a whole people can not get along equally the choice of old Colonel William Manor Life on the prairie. Is a kind of reality to escape and the pursuit of ideals. Raising three sons after his wife left alone, the vast grasslands has given three sons equally strong body, but it has a different character. This is very different personality also foreshadowed the development of the story.



Samuel is a perfect idealist, due to complete university education, he said in the books full of beautiful fantasy, wish I could have a bright future. When the war started, he was excited. That the own use of force of. In fact, his performance on the battlefield proved, he is only filled with enthusiasm, rather than actual combat capability with a bloody battlefield of soldiers, the owner. In the whole film, he does not focus on shaping the character. However, his presence and sacrifice on the battlefield seems to be a test of the balance of the other man alive. The heroine of the play Susanna mountains lay the fiancee, Samuel took her to the family, Samuel's sacrifice on the battlefield, but the test to the remaining two brothers, especially Tristan. Idealistic Samuel soon after the start of the war died on the battlefield, but he did not disappear from the film, to the contrary, he was always shrouded in between the man and his fiancee after the feelings of. Later in the film, Tristan himself and Isabel children named Samuel, Samuel simple and lovely image of idealism always being in the film, not with the sacrifice of Samuel, disappear.

作为剧中最着力塑造的人物崔斯汀,他充满着桀骜不驯的天性,但又是富有深情,敢于担当的坚强男性形象。在他身上时刻流露出他父亲那种倔强的不肯服输的性格,他在辽阔的草原上征服一匹匹不听使唤的野马,纵使一次次地被摔落在地上,他仍不肯认输,他甚至单枪匹马地要出去和熊作战,他是自然之子,他不掩饰自己的性格,这也是他的迷人之处。影片中他第一次出现的时候。画面上先是无垠的草原和成群的骏马,而他就在这背景之中骑着一匹骏马,一头富有诗意的金色长发,充满着天然的气息和大自然的放荡不羁的野性之美。假如没有后来苏珊娜的出现。假如没有战争,假如山缪没有在战场上牺牲,那么崔斯汀可能就会永远是这么一个纯粹的自然的孩子,当然,影片并不仅仅止于想塑造这么一个单薄的形象,接下来的情节,更让崔斯汀这个人物熠熠生辉。As play most efforts to shape the character of Tristan, he is full of rebellious nature, but is full of affection, dare to play a strong male image. Moment in his body showing the character of his father kind of stubborn, refused to concede defeat, conquer a horse to lose control of the Mustang in the vast grasslands, even though time and time again dropped to the ground, he still refused to admit defeat he even want to go out alone, and bear combat, he was a natural son, he does not hide his personality, that is his charm. Film when it first appears. On the screen, first sweeping grasslands and herds of horses, while he was in the background into riding a horse, a poetic blond hair, full of natural flavor and bohemian nature's wild beauty. If no later Susanna appearance. If there is no war, if Samuel died on the battlefield, so Tristan could always be such a pure child of nature, of course, the film is not just limited to shaping such a thin image, the next plot, more Tristan character shine 他处处对崔斯汀质疑,甚至恶语相向,人性中的虚伪和疑忌的丑恶在艾尔佛身上暴露无遗。艾尔佛身上拥有很多普通人所羡慕的光环,在一定程度上来说,他是当时社会中最成功和杰出的人物之一,三个兄弟之中,艾尔佛更富有心机和手段。他懂得如何保全自己,如何为自己的目标而奋斗,他虽然深知政府的种种劣迹,但仍为之效劳,属于典型的识时务者。在感情上,他有自私的一面,尤其是在爱情上,他有极强的占有欲和嫉妒之心。这也是他和崔斯汀的不同之处。他的爱不够宽容,太过于狭


。Tristan him everywhere questioned and even acrimony, hypocritical and jealous of the ugly human nature in Al Buddha who exposed. Al Buddhism who has the aura of the envy of many ordinary people, to a certain extent, he was the most successful and distinguished figures among the three brothers, Al Buddhism is full of effort and means. He knows how to protect themselves, how to fight for their own goals, although he is aware of the wrong doings of the government, but still the service of, typical of the fitters. Emotionally, he has a selfish side, especially in love, he has a strong possessive and jealous. This is also different and Tristan.His love is not enough tolerance, too narrow, is a thoroughly utilitarian.

Jack: It would hurt. I'm not saying it wouldn't. To tell you the truth, I'm a lot more concerned about the water being so cold. She looks down.

Rose: How cold?

Jack: (Taking off his left shoe) Freezing, maybe a couple degrees over.

He starts unlacing his right shoe.

Jack: You ever, er… you ever been to Wisconsin?

Rose: (Perplexed) What.

Jack: Well they have some of the coldest winters around, and I grew up there, near Chippewa Falls. I remember when I was a kid, me and my father, we went ice fishing out on Lake Wissota... ice-fishing is, you know, where you…

Rose: (Angrily) I know what ice fishing is!

Jack: Sorry. You just seem like, you know, kind of an indoor girl. Anyway, I, eh...I fell through some thin ice and I'm telling you, water that cold, like right down there... it hits you like a thousand knives stabbing you all over your body. You can't breathe, you can't think... at least not about anything but the pain.

(Takes off his other shoe)

Jack: Which is why I'm not looking forward to jumping in there after you. Like I said, I don't have a choice. I guess I'm kind of hoping you'll come back over the rail and get me off the hook here.

Rose: You're crazy.

Jack: That's what everybody says. But with all due respect, Miss. I'm not the one hanging off the back of a ship there.

He slides one step closer.

Doe, a deer, a female deer

Ray, a drop of golden sun

Me, a name I call myself

Far, a long, long way to run

Sew, a needle pulling thread

La, a note to follow Sew

Tea, a drink with jam and bread

That will bring us back to Do (oh-oh-oh)


Unit 1 Enjoy your turn.

Jim: You look down in the dumps. What can I do to cheer you up? Wallace: It’s not going to work. I’m depressed.

Jim: Come on. Tell me what’s on your mind.

Wallace:Everything. I can’t find an internship, my dog ran away, my wallet was stolen…

Jim: Don’t worry. I’ll help you solve the big problem:finding you a new internship.

Wallace:Thank you. Anyway, I’m getting bad grades, and I was told that I have to repeat a lot of courses next year. When I heard that, I almost lost it.

Jim: Look, relax. I’ll help you with those courses.

Wallace:Yeah, but I also want to eat breakfast.

Jim: Forget it. You’re on your own.

Wallace:Come on. What are friends for?

Jim: To keep you in high spirits, not to buy breakfast. Unit 2 Beauty can be bought.

Laura: Hi, Susan.

Susan: Eh, sorry, but who are you?

Laura: Come on! Don’t you recognize me? I’m Laura.

Susan: What a surprised, so it's you.

Laura: OK. I think liposuction is really necessary. It’s the right way for me to be attractive.

Susan: Honestly, I won’t go as far as that. With surgery, I might look glamorous, but it’s against nature.

Laura: Yeah, but I’m also concerned about the crow’s feet around my eyes. I think my face needs to be tightened up.

Susan: But, Laura, you wouldn’t do that, would you?

Laura: Darned right I would! I don’t expect my skin to be as smooth as a baby’s, but I really should look young.

Susan: Isn’t makeup enough?

Laura: Of course not, I really hope surgery can wipe out the tired look. Unit 3 Watch out when nature strikes back. Kate: Well, nowadays there seem to be


many natural disasters. Jack: For example, firestorms occur here and there, now and then. Kate: Firestorms are a pretty interesting phenomenon. They generate so much heat that they create their own weather. Nothing you can do about it.

Jack: Once a fire develops into a firestorm, you simply can’t put an end it. Some people think we shouldn’t try.

Kate: You mean, just let the forests burn? We simply can’t stand by watching homes in flames.

Jack: Some experts argue that it’s natural to have forest fires and that we shouldn’t try to interfere, except, of course, to save homes and lives. Kate: It seems wrong to permit fires to devour trees. What a waste that would be!

Jack: But that’s nature’s way of cleaning up the debris that collects on the forest floor and creating new kinds of growth.

Kate: Perhaps you’re right, but it still seems wrong to just let fires burn. Jack: After all, there have been verdant forests for millions of years without man’s help fighting the fires.

Kate: I admit there’s something in what you said, but I still think it’s wrong to not put out forest fires.

Unit 4 Is work just another four-letter word? Bob: Bob Smith here.

Helen: Hi, Bob, it’s Helen. I’m calling to make an appointment with you. Bob: Hi,Helen. Glad to hear from you again. What’s on your mind?Helen: We’ve produced a new battery that is inexpensive, but powerful. It can last a long time.

Bob: We’ve already got a goof selection. What’s so special about your new product?

Helen: Well, could you arrange for me to meet your boss Linda? Then I’ll go into details.

Bob: OK, when can you come?

Helen: I was hoping to get together with Linda this week, if possible. I want to get going on this right away.

Bob: Let me check her timetable…Yes, she’s completely free Thursday. Helen: OK. I’m sure it’ll be a rewarding meeting. Thank you. Good-bye.


Bob: Hello. Is Helen there, please?

Helen: Hello. Helen speaking.

Bob: Hi, Helen, this is Bob. Something unexpected has come up. I’m afraid we have to postpone the meeting with you on Thursday. Helen: That’s disappointing. When can we meet?

Bob: Linda has to put the meeting off until sometime on Friday. Will that suit you?

Helen: I’m afraid I can’t go on Friday. I’ll be flying to another city on


Bob: Then could you come after five on Thursday?

Helen: Certainly, Can we make it five thirty then?

Bob: Five thirty’s perfect. Linda will be waiting for you at five thirty on Thursday.

Helen: OK. Great! Thanks. Bye.

Unit 5 Distant pastures are always greener. Jane: Mr. Johnson, I’m sorry, but I have to tell you I’m leaving.

Mr. Johnson: Why, Jane? When are you leaving?

Jane: Well, uh…Thank you very much for offering me a permanent job. But now I’ve received a notice of admission to a Master’s degree program in my university. I’m afraid I have to leave in three weeks.

Mr. Johnson: Oh, what a pity. You did an excellent job here, and everyone likes you.

Jane: I really enjoyed working here. But further studies will give me more opportunities to grow professionally.

Mr. Johnson: In that case, I won’t keep you, Jane. I just want to tell you that I’m sad you’ll be leaving us.

Jane: I hope this one-month notice will give you time to hire and train a replacement.

Mr. Johnson: Thanks for the notice, Jane. Assistant like you are rare. I guess we’d better start looking as soon as possible.

Jane: With your approval, I’ll post notice today and interview applicants for you.

Mr. Johnson: That would be great. Schedule them in as you see fit. Jane, without you, things here will be different.

Jane: Thank you for your kind words. If you have any problem, please feel free call me.

Unit 6 The truth can be stranger than fiction. Tim: It’s interesting to note that so many people are superstitious nowa days.

Ginger: Yeah. Many psychologists are researching the relationship between superstition and luck.

Tim: What did they find? Most people would be interested. At least I would.

Ginger: They polled 4000 people and found that positive superstitions often attract those who believe themselves to be lucky. They may wear a ring as a talisman or often say, ”touch wood” for good luck.

Tim: Then, what about the unlucky people? Do you mean if they think

they are unlucky, they tend to believe in superstitions about bad luck? Ginger: Yeah. Broken mirrors make them anxious, a black cat running across their path, and so on.

Tim: So what’s their point?

Ginger: Their point is that people make their own luck by their attitude to life. So, 49 percent of lucky people regularly cross their fingers, compared to 30 percent of unlucky people. And only 18 percent of lucky people are anxious if they break a mirror.

Tim: So, our fate has something to do with our attitude, not superstitions.

Ginger: I think that’s what they are suggesting.

Tim: This research seems too complicated. If I were a psychologist, I’d conduct a survey to find whether 13 really is an unlucky number. If there were more traffic accidents or murders on the 13th than on other days, then we’d have to believe in superstitions.

Ginger: What if there weren’t?

Tim: Then I’ll view superstition as rubbish.

Ginger: What a brilliant idea! I never expected you to be as wise as Solomon.

Tim: Well, as long as you don’t think I’m a fool.

Unit 7 What shall we do when there’s nothing to do?

David: Would you like to play a game of tennis?

Emma: Thank you for asking, but it’s so hot.

David: Look at you! You’re fat and flabby. You’d better get more exercise in your leisure time, or you’ll never be Governor of California.

Emma: That’s right. I’m no Schwarzenegger, no Mr. Universe, so don’t bug me.

David: He shows what exercise can do. He used to be a skinny kid from Austria.

Emma: He likes exercise; I don’t. I was born tired, and I’ve been resting ever since.

David: Seeing a fine specimen like him, don’t you feel like exercising vigorously to stay in good shape?

Emma: Whenever I feel like exercising, I lie down and rest until the feeling passes.

David: Ha ha, very funny. Surely you’re read about the dangers of obesity.

Emma: Scientists constantly find dangers-smoking, cholesterol. What

else is new?

David: You must know an exercise like walking benefits the mind and body.

Emma: I do, and I walk every day-from my office to the parking lot, non-stop.

David: OK, have it your way. Eventually you’ll be a burden on our health system.

Emma: And just what do you mean by that? I’m not sick. My appetite is good.

David: If you stay fat, heart trouble or high blood pressure could hospitalize you.

Emma: Well, you may have a point there. I suppose we could go for a walk after dinner, slowly.

Unit 8Is biotechnology our friend or enemy? Sam: The cloning technology is developing fast, and I think we’ll soon be able to clone humans.

Zoe: Oh, I have some reservations about it. There’re still many scientific problems to solve before human cloning starts.

Sam: There’s an easier way. The Clonaid Company Says they’ve produced human clones.

Zoe: Oh, my God! These guys claim aliens from another planet taught them human cloning.

Sam: A woman gave them half a million dollars to clone her dead daughter.

Zoe: Clearly that woman doesn’t know much about cloning. How dangerous it is!

Sam: I know it’s inefficient. It took 276 tries to produce Dolly. But why is it risky?

Zoe: Cloned animals are abnormal in size and grow old fast.

Sam: In other words, that woman may not be happy with her cloned daughter.

Zoe: Then there are the emotions. It’s still unknown if cloning damages the brain.

Sam: Do you think human cloning should be legally prohibited?

Zoe: To my mind, the cloning of human organs should be allowed. It may help solve medical problems.

Sam: I see what you mean: Cloning should be regulated if it’s to benefit humanity.

Unit9 You can learn how to ride the business