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 Two

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[00:11.55]Passage Two
[06:11.21][01:57.84][00:13.28]What can hospitals do to
[06:13.14][01:59.78][00:15.45]help patients recover faster from illness?
[06:16.12][02:02.76][00:18.55]Apart from nursing and medicine,
[06:18.32][02:04.96][00:20.60]one way that is getting more attention is to
[06:20.74][02:07.45][00:23.03]improve the quality of the environment
[06:22.80][02:09.50][00:25.10]in hospitals.
[06:24.58][02:11.06][00:26.54]Now some of Britain's most talented artists
[06:27.41][02:14.12][00:29.68]have been called in to transform old hospitals.
[06:30.79][02:17.50][00:33.23]Of the 2 500 National Health Service hospitals
[06:34.90][02:21.51][00:37.31]in Britain,
[06:35.93][02:22.67][00:38.18]almost 100 now have large collections of
[06:39.13][02:25.80][00:41.57]contemporary art in corridors,
[06:41.77][02:28.30][00:43.92]waiting areas and treatment rooms.
[06:44.07][02:30.67][00:46.28]These recent creative ideas
[06:46.52][02:33.26][00:48.81]owe a great deal to one artist, Peter Senior.
[06:50.66][02:36.96][00:52.96]He set up his studio at a Manchester hospital
[06:53.07][02:39.87][00:55.41]in northeastern England during the early 1970s.
[06:57.52][02:44.18][00:59.70]He felt the artist had lost his place
[06:59.79][02:46.47][01:02.13]in modern society,
[07:01.46][02:48.03][01:03.70]and that art should be enjoyed by a wider audience.
[07:05.23][02:51.59][01:07.62]A typical hospital waiting room might have
[07:07.53][02:54.19][01:09.83]as many as 5 000 visitors each week.
[07:10.81][03:47.19][01:13.49]What a better place to hold regular exhibitions of art!
[07:15.47][03:51.25][01:17.69]Senior was so popular
[07:17.22][03:52.96][01:19.38]that he was soon joined by six young art school graduates.
[07:21.41][03:57.44][01:23.63]The effect was striking.
[07:23.39][03:59.14][01:25.73]Now in the corridors and waiting rooms
[07:25.46][04:01.53][01:27.66]the visitors have a full view of fresh colors,
[07:28.52][04:04.46][01:30.89]amusing images and peaceful courtyards.
[07:31.58][04:57.45][01:33.89]The quality of the environment may
[07:33.64][04:59.13][01:36.03]reduce the expensive drugs
[07:35.51][05:00.65][01:37.66]when a patient is recovering from an illness.
[07:38.33][05:03.90][01:40.59]According to a study,
[07:39.87][05:05.46][01:42.20]patients who had a view of a garden
[07:42.60][05:08.00][01:44.99]needed half the number of strong pain killers,
[07:46.10][06:01.49][01:48.40]compared with patients
[07:47.41][06:02.76][01:49.67]who had only a brick wall to stare at.
[01:54.35]Now the passage will be read again.
[06:06.63]Now the passage will be read for the third time.
[00:11.55]Passage Two [06:11.21][01:57.84][00:13.28]What can hospitals do to [06:13.14][01:59.78][00:15.45]help patients recover faster from illness? [06:16.12][02:02.76][00:18.55]Apart from nursing and medicine, [06:18.32][02:04.96][00:20.60]one way that is getting more attention is to [06:20.74][02:07.45][00:23.03]improve the quality of the environment [06:22.80][02:09.50][00:25.10]in hospitals. [06:24.58][02:11.06][00:26.54]Now some of Britain's most talented artists [06:27.41][02:14.12][00:29.68]have been called in to transform old hospitals. [06:30.79][02:17.50][00:33.23]Of the 2 500 National Health Service hospitals [06:34.90][02:21.51][00:37.31]in Britain, [06:35.93][02:22.67][00:38.18]almost 100 now have large collections of [06:39.13][02:25.80][00:41.57]contemporary art in corridors, [06:41.77][02:28.30][00:43.92]waiting areas and treatment rooms. [06:44.07][02:30.67][00:46.28]These recent creative ideas [06:46.52][02:33.26][00:48.81]owe a great deal to one artist, Peter Senior. [06:50.66][02:36.96][00:52.96]He set up his studio at a Manchester hospital [06:53.07][02:39.87][00:55.41]in northeastern England during the early 1970s. [06:57.52][02:44.18][00:59.70]He felt the artist had lost his place [06:59.79][02:46.47][01:02.13]in modern society, [07:01.46][02:48.03][01:03.70]and that art should be enjoyed by a wider audience. [07:05.23][02:51.59][01:07.62]A typical hospital waiting room might have [07:07.53][02:54.19][01:09.83]as many as 5 000 visitors each week. [07:10.81][03:47.19][01:13.49]What a better place to hold regular exhibitions of art! [07:15.47][03:51.25][01:17.69]Senior was so popular [07:17.22][03:52.96][01:19.38]that he was soon joined by six young art school graduates. [07:21.41][03:57.44][01:23.63]The effect was striking. [07:23.39][03:59.14][01:25.73]Now in the corridors and waiting rooms [07:25.46][04:01.53][01:27.66]the visitors have a full view of fresh colors, [07:28.52][04:04.46][01:30.89]amusing images and peaceful courtyards. [07:31.58][04:57.45][01:33.89]The quality of the environment may [07:33.64][04:59.13][01:36.03]reduce the expensive drugs [07:35.51][05:00.65][01:37.66]when a patient is recovering from an illness. [07:38.33][05:03.90][01:40.59]According to a study, [07:39.87][05:05.46][01:42.20]patients who had a view of a garden [07:42.60][05:08.00][01:44.99]needed half the number of strong pain killers, [07:46.10][06:01.49][01:48.40]compared with patients [07:47.41][06:02.76][01:49.67]who had only a brick wall to stare at. [01:54.35]Now the passage will be read again. [06:06.63]Now the passage will be read for the third time.
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