大学英语四级考试听力突破 -突破复合式听写 -长句透析练习 Passage Five

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[00:11.59]Passage Five
[06:55.37][01:29.48][00:13.15]The success of early railways,
[06:57.27][01:31.42][00:14.96]such as the lines between big cities,
[07:00.16][01:34.15][00:17.89]led to a great increase in railway building
[07:03.19][01:37.53][00:21.23]in Victorian times.
[07:05.07][01:39.20][00:23.25]Between 1835 and 1865,
[07:08.84][01:43.02][00:26.67]about 25 000 kilometers of track were built,
[07:13.40][01:46.85][00:31.22]and over 100 railway companies were created.
[07:17.53][01:51.52][00:35.15]Railway travel transformed people's lives.
[07:21.34][02:45.03][00:38.92]Trains were first designed to carry goods.
[07:24.49][02:47.77][00:42.14]However,
[07:25.08][02:48.59][00:42.94]a law in the 19th century forced railway companies
[07:29.11][02:52.51][00:46.82]to run one cheap train a day
[07:31.52][03:44.99][00:49.11]which stopped at every station
[07:33.35][03:46.46][00:51.07]and cost only a penny a mile.
[07:36.42][03:49.73][00:53.87]Soon working class passengers found
[07:38.84][03:52.05][00:56.62]they could afford to travel by rail.
[07:41.29][04:44.01][00:59.00]Cheap Day Excursion trains became popular
[07:44.54][04:46.87][01:02.19]and seaside resorts grew rapidly.
[07:47.53][04:50.49][01:05.29]The railways also provided thousands of new jobs,
[07:51.49][04:54.00][01:09.27]building carriages, running the railways
[07:53.75][04:56.45][01:11.64]and repairing the tracks.
[07:55.67][05:48.22][01:13.46]Railways even changed the time.
[07:58.23][05:50.83][01:16.35]The need to run the railways on time meant
[08:01.52][05:53.72][01:19.36]that local time was abolished
[08:03.61][06:45.79][01:21.21]and the clocks showed the same time
[08:05.73][06:47.94][01:23.65]all over the country.
[01:26.39]Now the passage will be read again.
[06:51.40]Now the passage will be read for the third time.
[00:11.59]Passage Five [06:55.37][01:29.48][00:13.15]The success of early railways, [06:57.27][01:31.42][00:14.96]such as the lines between big cities, [07:00.16][01:34.15][00:17.89]led to a great increase in railway building [07:03.19][01:37.53][00:21.23]in Victorian times. [07:05.07][01:39.20][00:23.25]Between 1835 and 1865, [07:08.84][01:43.02][00:26.67]about 25 000 kilometers of track were built, [07:13.40][01:46.85][00:31.22]and over 100 railway companies were created. [07:17.53][01:51.52][00:35.15]Railway travel transformed people's lives. [07:21.34][02:45.03][00:38.92]Trains were first designed to carry goods. [07:24.49][02:47.77][00:42.14]However, [07:25.08][02:48.59][00:42.94]a law in the 19th century forced railway companies [07:29.11][02:52.51][00:46.82]to run one cheap train a day [07:31.52][03:44.99][00:49.11]which stopped at every station [07:33.35][03:46.46][00:51.07]and cost only a penny a mile. [07:36.42][03:49.73][00:53.87]Soon working class passengers found [07:38.84][03:52.05][00:56.62]they could afford to travel by rail. [07:41.29][04:44.01][00:59.00]Cheap Day Excursion trains became popular [07:44.54][04:46.87][01:02.19]and seaside resorts grew rapidly. [07:47.53][04:50.49][01:05.29]The railways also provided thousands of new jobs, [07:51.49][04:54.00][01:09.27]building carriages, running the railways [07:53.75][04:56.45][01:11.64]and repairing the tracks. [07:55.67][05:48.22][01:13.46]Railways even changed the time. [07:58.23][05:50.83][01:16.35]The need to run the railways on time meant [08:01.52][05:53.72][01:19.36]that local time was abolished [08:03.61][06:45.79][01:21.21]and the clocks showed the same time [08:05.73][06:47.94][01:23.65]all over the country. [01:26.39]Now the passage will be read again. [06:51.40]Now the passage will be read for the third time.
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