大学英语4级考试精准听力法 长对话精炼 Exercise One

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[00:13.53]Exercise One
[00:15.42]Conversation One
[00:17.35]M: Excuse me,
[00:18.52]are you waiting to buy
[00:19.61]concert tickets?
[00:21.09]W: Yes, I am.
[00:22.27]So are all these
[00:23.11]people in front of me.
[00:24.80]M: Have you been here long?
[00:26.58]W: About 45 minutes.
[00:28.37]I’ve moved forward a total of
[00:30.28]about 3 feet in that time.
[00:32.42]M: You’re kidding!
[00:33.52]W: Not at all.
[00:34.73]There was a couple up
[00:36.27]ahead of me who got so
[00:37.85]disgusted that they finally
[00:39.87]gave up and left.
[00:41.64]They said they’d been
[00:42.55]waiting for more than an hour.
[00:44.59]M: Does anyone know
[00:45.79]what’s causing the delay?
[00:47.64]W: No one is letting us know.
[00:49.38]It could be
[00:50.13]that there aren’t
[00:50.92]enough people selling tickets
[00:52.33] this afternoon.
[00:53.95]Or maybe their computer is
[00:55.24]down.
[00:55.82]I’m sure the concert
[00:57.15]hasn’t been cancelled.
[00:58.77]M: I just hope they won’t
[01:00.62]run out of tickets
[01:01.63]before I get there.
[01:03.36]W: That really would be
[01:04.49]annoying, wouldn’t it?
[01:06.19]M: I guess I should have
[01:07.55]come before lunch.
[01:09.23]Or has it been like this all day?
[01:11.37]W: Apparently it has.
[01:13.04]In fact, before I came,
[01:15.11]I tried calling to
[01:16.50]charge my tickets
[01:17.49]over the phone,
[01:18.70]just to avoid this long wait,
[01:21.15]but they are not
[01:21.93]taking phone orders,
[01:23.19]or checks, or credit cards.
[01:25.69]It’s cash or nothing.
[01:27.88]And you have to come
[01:28.96]in person.
[01:30.20]M: Well, there’re still
[01:31.79]two more hours
[01:32.78]before the ticket office closes.
[01:34.94] Tickets to a good concert
[01:36.49]are worth waiting for.
[01:37.98]So I think I’ll just make myself
[01:40.21] comfortable.
[01:43.16]Questions 19 to 21 are based
[01:45.91]on the conversation
[01:47.45]you have just heard.
[01:49.72]19. What are the two speakers
[01:52.72] doing?
[02:08.59]20. Why did the couple
[02:10.86] ahead of the woman
[02:11.92]give up waiting?
[02:28.33]21. At what time of the day
[02:31.46]does the conversation
[02:33.01]most probably take place?
[02:50.21]Conversation Two
[02:52.07]W: Hello?
[02:53.21]M: Hi, Anna. This is Bill.
[02:55.63]W: Hi, Bill. You were not in
[02:57.71]engineering class today,
[02:59.34]were you?
[03:00.52]M: I have got a flu.
[03:02.69]I was wondering if you could
[03:04.25]tell me what went on.
[03:05.97]W: Actually we had an
[03:07.83]interesting class.
[03:09.40]Dr. Bush talked about a new
[03:11.22] type of fuel.
[03:12.42]M: Yeah?
[03:13.57]W: It’s called DME.
[03:15.88]M: I remember reading
[03:17.21]something about DME.
[03:19.32]It’s mostly used in spray cans,
[03:22.07]right?
[03:22.84]W: Right. DME doesn’t
[03:25.09]destroy the ozone.
[03:26.76]So it’s been environmentally
[03:28.63]friendly.
[03:29.69]M: But doesn’t DME
[03:31.36]pollute the air
[03:32.53]if it’s burned in an engine?
[03:34.40]W: No. Dr. Bush says
[03:36.21]something about its exhausts
[03:38.07]being clear,
[03:39.31]and it doesn’t release as
[03:40.84]much pollutants as diesel fuel.
[03:43.30] And he mentioned something
[03:44.90]about DME being
[03:46.68]more efficient than
[03:47.99]other alternative fuels.
[03:50.33]M: When will it replace
[03:51.54]diesel fuel?
[03:53.04]W: Not for long.
[03:54.24]It’s not economical to
[03:55.84]mass-produce.
[03:57.42]M: Well.
[03:58.10]Thanks for the information.
[03:59.86]I guess I won’t need to
[04:01.44]borrow your notes.
[04:03.04]W: Maybe you should
[04:04.06]look at them.
[04:05.03]We are having a test
[04:06.18]next week.
[04:07.29]M: OK,
[04:08.15]could you give them to
[04:09.32]Andrews?
[04:10.12]I think he is
[04:10.93]in your psychology class.
[04:13.21]He is my roommate.
[04:14.41]W: Sure, I hope you’re
[04:16.01]feeling better soon.
[04:17.52]M: Thanks. Bye.
[04:20.85]Questions 22 to 25 are based
[04:23.95]on the conversation
[04:25.44]you have just heard.
[04:28.04]22. What is the conversation
[04:31.41]mainly about?
[04:47.82]23. Why is the woman
[04:50.33]giving the man the
[04:51.58]information?
[05:07.61]24. What effect will the
[05:10.60]increased use of DME
[05:12.91]probably have?
[05:29.29]25. According to the
[05:31.80]conversation,
[05:32.99]why won’t DME be
[05:34.90]on the market soon?
[00:13.53]Exercise One [00:15.42]Conversation One [00:17.35]M: Excuse me, [00:18.52]are you waiting to buy [00:19.61]concert tickets? [00:21.09]W: Yes, I am. [00:22.27]So are all these [00:23.11]people in front of me. [00:24.80]M: Have you been here long? [00:26.58]W: About 45 minutes. [00:28.37]I’ve moved forward a total of [00:30.28]about 3 feet in that time. [00:32.42]M: You’re kidding! [00:33.52]W: Not at all. [00:34.73]There was a couple up [00:36.27]ahead of me who got so [00:37.85]disgusted that they finally [00:39.87]gave up and left. [00:41.64]They said they’d been [00:42.55]waiting for more than an hour. [00:44.59]M: Does anyone know [00:45.79]what’s causing the delay? [00:47.64]W: No one is letting us know. [00:49.38]It could be [00:50.13]that there aren’t [00:50.92]enough people selling tickets [00:52.33] this afternoon. [00:53.95]Or maybe their computer is [00:55.24]down. [00:55.82]I’m sure the concert [00:57.15]hasn’t been cancelled. [00:58.77]M: I just hope they won’t [01:00.62]run out of tickets [01:01.63]before I get there. [01:03.36]W: That really would be [01:04.49]annoying, wouldn’t it? [01:06.19]M: I guess I should have [01:07.55]come before lunch. [01:09.23]Or has it been like this all day? [01:11.37]W: Apparently it has. [01:13.04]In fact, before I came, [01:15.11]I tried calling to [01:16.50]charge my tickets [01:17.49]over the phone, [01:18.70]just to avoid this long wait, [01:21.15]but they are not [01:21.93]taking phone orders, [01:23.19]or checks, or credit cards. [01:25.69]It’s cash or nothing. [01:27.88]And you have to come [01:28.96]in person. [01:30.20]M: Well, there’re still [01:31.79]two more hours [01:32.78]before the ticket office closes. [01:34.94] Tickets to a good concert [01:36.49]are worth waiting for. [01:37.98]So I think I’ll just make myself [01:40.21] comfortable. [01:43.16]Questions 19 to 21 are based [01:45.91]on the conversation [01:47.45]you have just heard. [01:49.72]19. What are the two speakers [01:52.72] doing? [02:08.59]20. Why did the couple [02:10.86] ahead of the woman [02:11.92]give up waiting? [02:28.33]21. At what time of the day [02:31.46]does the conversation [02:33.01]most probably take place? [02:50.21]Conversation Two [02:52.07]W: Hello? [02:53.21]M: Hi, Anna. This is Bill. [02:55.63]W: Hi, Bill. You were not in [02:57.71]engineering class today, [02:59.34]were you? [03:00.52]M: I have got a flu. [03:02.69]I was wondering if you could [03:04.25]tell me what went on. [03:05.97]W: Actually we had an [03:07.83]interesting class. [03:09.40]Dr. Bush talked about a new [03:11.22] type of fuel. [03:12.42]M: Yeah? [03:13.57]W: It’s called DME. [03:15.88]M: I remember reading [03:17.21]something about DME. [03:19.32]It’s mostly used in spray cans, [03:22.07]right? [03:22.84]W: Right. DME doesn’t [03:25.09]destroy the ozone. [03:26.76]So it’s been environmentally [03:28.63]friendly. [03:29.69]M: But doesn’t DME [03:31.36]pollute the air [03:32.53]if it’s burned in an engine? [03:34.40]W: No. Dr. Bush says [03:36.21]something about its exhausts [03:38.07]being clear, [03:39.31]and it doesn’t release as [03:40.84]much pollutants as diesel fuel. [03:43.30] And he mentioned something [03:44.90]about DME being [03:46.68]more efficient than [03:47.99]other alternative fuels. [03:50.33]M: When will it replace [03:51.54]diesel fuel? [03:53.04]W: Not for long. [03:54.24]It’s not economical to [03:55.84]mass-produce. [03:57.42]M: Well. [03:58.10]Thanks for the information. [03:59.86]I guess I won’t need to [04:01.44]borrow your notes. [04:03.04]W: Maybe you should [04:04.06]look at them. [04:05.03]We are having a test [04:06.18]next week. [04:07.29]M: OK, [04:08.15]could you give them to [04:09.32]Andrews? [04:10.12]I think he is [04:10.93]in your psychology class. [04:13.21]He is my roommate. [04:14.41]W: Sure, I hope you’re [04:16.01]feeling better soon. [04:17.52]M: Thanks. Bye. [04:20.85]Questions 22 to 25 are based [04:23.95]on the conversation [04:25.44]you have just heard. [04:28.04]22. What is the conversation [04:31.41]mainly about? [04:47.82]23. Why is the woman [04:50.33]giving the man the [04:51.58]information? [05:07.61]24. What effect will the [05:10.60]increased use of DME [05:12.91]probably have? [05:29.29]25. According to the [05:31.80]conversation, [05:32.99]why won’t DME be [05:34.90]on the market soon?
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