大学英语四级考试听力突破 -突破复合式听写 -复合式听写大显身手(一) Passage One

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[00:13.54]复合式听写大显身手(一)
[00:17.96]Passage One
[00:19.60]As we all know,
[00:21.42]drinking and smoking affect people's health.
[00:24.35]A recent study of 17 000 Canadians shows
[00:28.13]that people who drink beer moderately
[00:30.49]are healthier than people
[00:32.10]who drink other alcoholic beverages,
[00:34.58]such as wine or liquor.
[00:36.94]Researchers say they don't yet know exactly
[00:40.08]why this is so.
[00:41.93]They found,
[00:42.62]however,
[00:43.39]that moderate beer drinkers reported less illness
[00:46.57]and appeared to have a lower risk
[00:48.37]of death from heart disease.
[00:50.56]Good health seemed to be connected to
[00:52.83]the amount of beer consumed
[00:54.66]and the regularity of drinking.
[00:57.53]People who drank beer one or more times a day
[01:00.61]reported the least amount of illness.
[01:02.91]Heavy drinkers,
[01:04.32]who drank 35 or more pints of beer a week,
[01:07.50]however, reported more illness.
[01:10.94]For the sake of their health,
[01:12.59]many people oppose heavy drinking of beer
[01:15.60]just as they do with smoking.
[01:17.88]The war against cigarette smoking is heating up again.
[01:21.77]Legislation was introduced today
[01:24.23]that would make it illegal to advertise cigarettes,
[01:27.49]cigars, or any other tobacco product
[01:30.54]in any form of media.
[01:32.74]That means ads would be banned from newspapers,
[01:36.27]magazines, television, radio, and billboards.
[01:40.04]The legislation would also prevent tobacco manufacturers
[01:43.90]from sponsoring sporting events
[01:46.02]and from giving away free samples.
[01:48.62]This is the strongest anti-smoking legislation
[01:51.78]that has been introduced up to date.
[01:54.44]Cigarette manufacturers insist
[01:57.06]that the legislation would be useless.
[01:59.50]In fact, they claim that in parts of the country
[02:02.57]where advertising has already been prohibited,
[02:05.25]cigarette smoking has actually increased.
[02:09.41]Now the passage will be read again.
[02:13.29]As we all know,
[02:14.81]drinking and smoking affect people's health.
[02:17.83]A recent study of 17 000 Canadians shows
[02:21.60]that people who drink beer moderately
[02:24.11]are healthier than people
[02:25.51]who drink other alcoholic beverages,
[02:28.04]such as wine or liquor.
[02:30.55]Researchers say they don't yet know exactly
[02:33.46]why this is so.
[02:35.25]They found,
[02:36.07]however,
[02:36.86]that moderate beer drinkers reported less illness
[02:40.03]and appeared to have a lower risk
[02:41.78]of death from heart disease.
[02:43.90]Good health seemed to be connected to
[02:46.24]the amount of beer consumed
[02:48.10]and the regularity of drinking.
[02:50.96]People who drank beer one or more times a day
[02:54.04]reported the least amount of illness.
[02:56.68]Heavy drinkers,
[02:57.82]who drank 35 or more pints of beer a week,
[03:01.15]however, reported more illness.
[03:04.33]For the sake of their health,
[03:06.00]many people oppose heavy drinking of beer
[03:09.12]just as they do with smoking.
[03:11.48]The war against cigarette smoking is heating up again.
[03:15.15]Legislation was introduced today
[03:17.68]that would make it illegal to advertise cigarettes,
[03:21.04]cigars, or any other tobacco product
[03:24.07]in any form of media.
[03:26.47]That means ads would be banned from newspapers,
[03:29.84]magazines, television, radio, and billboards.
[04:23.59]The legislation would also prevent tobacco manufacturers
[04:26.89]from sponsoring sporting events
[04:29.21]and from giving away free samples.
[04:31.91]This is the strongest anti-smoking legislation
[04:34.91]that has been introduced up to date.
[05:27.20]Cigarette manufacturers insist
[05:29.49]that the legislation would be useless.
[05:32.07]In fact, they claim that in parts of the country
[05:35.16]where advertising has already been prohibited,
[06:27.69]cigarette smoking has actually increased.
[06:31.61]Now the passage will be read for the third time.
[06:36.34]As we all know,
[06:37.58]drinking and smoking affect people's health.
[06:40.78]A recent study of 17 000 Canadians shows
[06:44.58]that people who drink beer moderately
[06:46.88]are healthier than people
[06:48.47]who drink other alcoholic beverages,
[06:50.89]such as wine or liquor.
[06:53.45]Researchers say they don't yet know exactly
[06:56.47]why this is so.
[06:58.38]They found,
[06:59.01]however,
[06:59.77]that moderate beer drinkers reported less illness
[07:02.93]and appeared to have a lower risk
[07:04.70]of death from heart disease.
[07:07.05]Good health seemed to be connected to
[07:09.22]the amount of beer consumed
[07:11.10]and the regularity of drinking.
[07:13.85]People who drank beer one or more times a day
[07:16.96]reported the least amount of illness.
[07:19.49]Heavy drinkers,
[07:20.63]who drank 35 or more pints of beer a week,
[07:24.13]however, reported more illness.
[07:27.62]For the sake of their health,
[07:29.04]many people oppose heavy drinking of beer
[07:31.95]just as they do with smoking.
[07:34.21]The war against cigarette smoking is heating up again.
[07:38.09]Legislation was introduced today
[07:40.54]that would make it illegal to advertise cigarettes,
[07:43.88]cigars, or any other tobacco product
[07:46.84]in any form of media.
[07:49.13]That means ads would be banned from newspapers,
[07:52.74]magazines, television, radio, and billboards.
[07:56.91]The legislation would also prevent tobacco manufacturers
[08:00.46]from sponsoring sporting events
[08:02.57]and from giving away free samples.
[08:05.17]This is the strongest anti-smoking legislation
[08:08.17]that has been introduced up to date.
[08:11.03]Cigarette manufacturers insist
[08:13.52]that the legislation would be useless.
[08:15.98]In fact, they claim that in parts of the country
[08:19.02]where advertising has already been prohibited,
[08:21.72]cigarette smoking has actually increased.
[00:13.54]复合式听写大显身手(一) [00:17.96]Passage One [00:19.60]As we all know, [00:21.42]drinking and smoking affect people's health. [00:24.35]A recent study of 17 000 Canadians shows [00:28.13]that people who drink beer moderately [00:30.49]are healthier than people [00:32.10]who drink other alcoholic beverages, [00:34.58]such as wine or liquor. [00:36.94]Researchers say they don't yet know exactly [00:40.08]why this is so. [00:41.93]They found, [00:42.62]however, [00:43.39]that moderate beer drinkers reported less illness [00:46.57]and appeared to have a lower risk [00:48.37]of death from heart disease. [00:50.56]Good health seemed to be connected to [00:52.83]the amount of beer consumed [00:54.66]and the regularity of drinking. [00:57.53]People who drank beer one or more times a day [01:00.61]reported the least amount of illness. [01:02.91]Heavy drinkers, [01:04.32]who drank 35 or more pints of beer a week, [01:07.50]however, reported more illness. [01:10.94]For the sake of their health, [01:12.59]many people oppose heavy drinking of beer [01:15.60]just as they do with smoking. [01:17.88]The war against cigarette smoking is heating up again. [01:21.77]Legislation was introduced today [01:24.23]that would make it illegal to advertise cigarettes, [01:27.49]cigars, or any other tobacco product [01:30.54]in any form of media. [01:32.74]That means ads would be banned from newspapers, [01:36.27]magazines, television, radio, and billboards. [01:40.04]The legislation would also prevent tobacco manufacturers [01:43.90]from sponsoring sporting events [01:46.02]and from giving away free samples. [01:48.62]This is the strongest anti-smoking legislation [01:51.78]that has been introduced up to date. [01:54.44]Cigarette manufacturers insist [01:57.06]that the legislation would be useless. [01:59.50]In fact, they claim that in parts of the country [02:02.57]where advertising has already been prohibited, [02:05.25]cigarette smoking has actually increased. [02:09.41]Now the passage will be read again. [02:13.29]As we all know, [02:14.81]drinking and smoking affect people's health. [02:17.83]A recent study of 17 000 Canadians shows [02:21.60]that people who drink beer moderately [02:24.11]are healthier than people [02:25.51]who drink other alcoholic beverages, [02:28.04]such as wine or liquor. [02:30.55]Researchers say they don't yet know exactly [02:33.46]why this is so. [02:35.25]They found, [02:36.07]however, [02:36.86]that moderate beer drinkers reported less illness [02:40.03]and appeared to have a lower risk [02:41.78]of death from heart disease. [02:43.90]Good health seemed to be connected to [02:46.24]the amount of beer consumed [02:48.10]and the regularity of drinking. [02:50.96]People who drank beer one or more times a day [02:54.04]reported the least amount of illness. [02:56.68]Heavy drinkers, [02:57.82]who drank 35 or more pints of beer a week, [03:01.15]however, reported more illness. [03:04.33]For the sake of their health, [03:06.00]many people oppose heavy drinking of beer [03:09.12]just as they do with smoking. [03:11.48]The war against cigarette smoking is heating up again. [03:15.15]Legislation was introduced today [03:17.68]that would make it illegal to advertise cigarettes, [03:21.04]cigars, or any other tobacco product [03:24.07]in any form of media. [03:26.47]That means ads would be banned from newspapers, [03:29.84]magazines, television, radio, and billboards. [04:23.59]The legislation would also prevent tobacco manufacturers [04:26.89]from sponsoring sporting events [04:29.21]and from giving away free samples. [04:31.91]This is the strongest anti-smoking legislation [04:34.91]that has been introduced up to date. [05:27.20]Cigarette manufacturers insist [05:29.49]that the legislation would be useless. [05:32.07]In fact, they claim that in parts of the country [05:35.16]where advertising has already been prohibited, [06:27.69]cigarette smoking has actually increased. [06:31.61]Now the passage will be read for the third time. [06:36.34]As we all know, [06:37.58]drinking and smoking affect people's health. [06:40.78]A recent study of 17 000 Canadians shows [06:44.58]that people who drink beer moderately [06:46.88]are healthier than people [06:48.47]who drink other alcoholic beverages, [06:50.89]such as wine or liquor. [06:53.45]Researchers say they don't yet know exactly [06:56.47]why this is so. [06:58.38]They found, [06:59.01]however, [06:59.77]that moderate beer drinkers reported less illness [07:02.93]and appeared to have a lower risk [07:04.70]of death from heart disease. [07:07.05]Good health seemed to be connected to [07:09.22]the amount of beer consumed [07:11.10]and the regularity of drinking. [07:13.85]People who drank beer one or more times a day [07:16.96]reported the least amount of illness. [07:19.49]Heavy drinkers, [07:20.63]who drank 35 or more pints of beer a week, [07:24.13]however, reported more illness. [07:27.62]For the sake of their health, [07:29.04]many people oppose heavy drinking of beer [07:31.95]just as they do with smoking. [07:34.21]The war against cigarette smoking is heating up again. [07:38.09]Legislation was introduced today [07:40.54]that would make it illegal to advertise cigarettes, [07:43.88]cigars, or any other tobacco product [07:46.84]in any form of media. [07:49.13]That means ads would be banned from newspapers, [07:52.74]magazines, television, radio, and billboards. [07:56.91]The legislation would also prevent tobacco manufacturers [08:00.46]from sponsoring sporting events [08:02.57]and from giving away free samples. [08:05.17]This is the strongest anti-smoking legislation [08:08.17]that has been introduced up to date. [08:11.03]Cigarette manufacturers insist [08:13.52]that the legislation would be useless. [08:15.98]In fact, they claim that in parts of the country [08:19.02]where advertising has already been prohibited, [08:21.72]cigarette smoking has actually increased.
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