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(二) Passage One

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[00:14.82]复合式听写大显身手(二)
[00:19.76]Passage One
[00:21.78]The best sunglasses aren't always the most expensive.
[00:26.19]No one with normal eyes
[00:27.93]needs sunglasses to prevent damage to their eyesight.
[00:31.89]But sunglasses do make life more comfortable.
[00:35.23]The eye itself can deal with
[00:37.02]a wide range of light intensity
[00:39.79]from bright sunlight to a dimly-lit room.
[00:42.97]It automatically closes down in bright sunlight
[00:46.28]so that less light can enter it.
[00:48.77]Actually bright light won't harm your eyes.
[00:51.88]However,
[00:52.52]glare can lead to headaches
[00:54.81]as you tighten the muscles around your eyes
[00:57.04]and then the muscles in your neck.
[00:59.82]Reducing that glare with a good pair of sunglasses
[01:02.91]makes bright sun more bearable
[01:05.56]whether the glare comes from the printed page of a newspaper
[01:08.83]or from the windscreen in front of you.
[01:11.57]But don't use them to
[01:12.97]stare at the sun or a welder's flame.
[01:16.63]No sunglasses will protect you from such intense light.
[01:20.97]While you buy your sunglasses,
[01:23.04]you're as likely to choose glasses
[01:25.07]as much for their designs as for the qualities.
[01:28.92]You shouldn't buy sunglasses
[01:30.86]without trying them on.
[01:32.76]They should fit comfortably
[01:34.32]but not too tight.
[01:36.20]Tight spectacles can cause headaches,
[01:39.11]so do very heavy frames.
[01:41.22]Nor should they be so delicate
[01:43.09]that they'll be broken
[01:44.00]the moment you put them in your back pocket by mistake.
[01:47.74]Hold the glasses at arm's length
[01:49.84]and look through them to test the lenses.
[01:52.92]You'll be more likely to see any unevenness
[01:55.89]in the glass from a distance.
[01:58.26]If you're in doubt,
[01:59.33]you can get professional help from a doctor
[02:02.42]to make sure that you won't make a mistake.
[02:06.34]Now the passage will be read again.
[02:09.77]The best sunglasses aren't always the most expensive.
[02:13.74]No one with normal eyes
[02:15.63]needs sunglasses to prevent damage to their eyesight.
[02:19.55]But sunglasses do make life more comfortable.
[02:23.03]The eye itself can deal with
[02:24.77]a wide range of light intensity
[02:27.46]from bright sunlight to a dimly-lit room.
[02:30.82]It automatically closes down in bright sunlight
[02:34.06]so that less light can enter it.
[02:36.45]Actually bright light won't harm your eyes.
[02:39.56]However,
[02:40.22]glare can lead to headaches
[02:42.72]as you tighten the muscles around your eyes
[02:45.20]and then the muscles in your neck.
[02:47.75]Reducing that glare with a good pair of sunglasses
[02:50.87]makes bright sun more bearable
[02:53.36]whether the glare comes from the printed page of a newspaper
[02:56.69]or from the windscreen in front of you.
[02:59.43]But don't use them to
[03:00.90]stare at the sun or a welder's flame.
[03:04.50]No sunglasses will protect you from such intense light.
[03:08.82]While you buy your sunglasses,
[03:10.97]you're as likely to choose glasses
[03:13.02]as much for their designs as for the qualities.
[04:06.51]You shouldn't buy sunglasses
[04:08.15]without trying them on.
[04:09.99]They should fit comfortably
[04:11.42]but not too tight.
[04:13.45]Tight spectacles can cause headaches,
[04:16.24]so do very heavy frames.
[04:18.46]Nor should they be so delicate
[04:20.21]that they'll be broken
[04:21.13]the moment you put them in your back pocket by mistake.
[05:14.43]Hold the glasses at arm's length
[05:16.40]and look through them to test the lenses.
[05:19.56]You'll be more likely to see any unevenness
[05:22.54]in the glass from a distance.
[05:24.82]If you're in doubt,
[05:25.93]you can get professional help from a doctor
[05:28.99]to make sure that you won't make a mistake.
[06:21.16]Now the passage will be read for the third time.
[06:25.36]The best sunglasses aren't always the most expensive.
[06:29.34]No one with normal eyes
[06:31.21]needs sunglasses to prevent damage to their eyesight.
[06:35.12]But sunglasses do make life more comfortable.
[06:38.56]The eye itself can deal with
[06:40.47]a wide range of light intensity
[06:42.97]from bright sunlight to a dimly-lit room.
[06:46.30]It automatically closes down in bright sunlight
[06:49.56]so that less light can enter it.
[06:52.10]Actually bright light won't harm your eyes.
[06:55.10]However,
[06:55.98]glare can lead to headaches
[06:58.30]as you tighten the muscles around your eyes
[07:00.92]and then the muscles in your neck.
[07:03.36]Reducing that glare with a good pair of sunglasses
[07:06.34]makes bright sun more bearable
[07:09.09]whether the glare comes from the printed page of a newspaper
[07:12.29]or from the windscreen in front of you.
[07:14.94]But don't use them to
[07:16.52]stare at the sun or a welder's flame.
[07:20.03]No sunglasses will protect you from such intense light.
[07:24.56]While you buy your sunglasses,
[07:26.43]you're as likely to choose glasses
[07:28.60]as much for their designs as for the qualities.
[07:32.38]You shouldn't buy sunglasses
[07:34.32]without trying them on.
[07:36.05]They should fit comfortably
[07:37.62]but not too tight.
[07:39.89]Tight spectacles can cause headaches,
[07:42.64]so do very heavy frames.
[07:44.83]Nor should they be so delicate
[07:46.40]that they'll be broken
[07:47.43]the moment you put them in your back pocket by mistake.
[07:51.24]Hold the glasses at arm's length
[07:53.38]and look through them to test the lenses.
[07:56.40]You'll be more likely to see any unevenness
[07:59.38]in the glass from a distance.
[08:01.70]If you're in doubt,
[08:02.80]you can get professional help from a doctor
[08:05.80]to make sure that you won't make a mistake.
[00:14.82]复合式听写大显身手(二) [00:19.76]Passage One [00:21.78]The best sunglasses aren't always the most expensive. [00:26.19]No one with normal eyes [00:27.93]needs sunglasses to prevent damage to their eyesight. [00:31.89]But sunglasses do make life more comfortable. [00:35.23]The eye itself can deal with [00:37.02]a wide range of light intensity [00:39.79]from bright sunlight to a dimly-lit room. [00:42.97]It automatically closes down in bright sunlight [00:46.28]so that less light can enter it. [00:48.77]Actually bright light won't harm your eyes. [00:51.88]However, [00:52.52]glare can lead to headaches [00:54.81]as you tighten the muscles around your eyes [00:57.04]and then the muscles in your neck. [00:59.82]Reducing that glare with a good pair of sunglasses [01:02.91]makes bright sun more bearable [01:05.56]whether the glare comes from the printed page of a newspaper [01:08.83]or from the windscreen in front of you. [01:11.57]But don't use them to [01:12.97]stare at the sun or a welder's flame. [01:16.63]No sunglasses will protect you from such intense light. [01:20.97]While you buy your sunglasses, [01:23.04]you're as likely to choose glasses [01:25.07]as much for their designs as for the qualities. [01:28.92]You shouldn't buy sunglasses [01:30.86]without trying them on. [01:32.76]They should fit comfortably [01:34.32]but not too tight. [01:36.20]Tight spectacles can cause headaches, [01:39.11]so do very heavy frames. [01:41.22]Nor should they be so delicate [01:43.09]that they'll be broken [01:44.00]the moment you put them in your back pocket by mistake. [01:47.74]Hold the glasses at arm's length [01:49.84]and look through them to test the lenses. [01:52.92]You'll be more likely to see any unevenness [01:55.89]in the glass from a distance. [01:58.26]If you're in doubt, [01:59.33]you can get professional help from a doctor [02:02.42]to make sure that you won't make a mistake. [02:06.34]Now the passage will be read again. [02:09.77]The best sunglasses aren't always the most expensive. [02:13.74]No one with normal eyes [02:15.63]needs sunglasses to prevent damage to their eyesight. [02:19.55]But sunglasses do make life more comfortable. [02:23.03]The eye itself can deal with [02:24.77]a wide range of light intensity [02:27.46]from bright sunlight to a dimly-lit room. [02:30.82]It automatically closes down in bright sunlight [02:34.06]so that less light can enter it. [02:36.45]Actually bright light won't harm your eyes. [02:39.56]However, [02:40.22]glare can lead to headaches [02:42.72]as you tighten the muscles around your eyes [02:45.20]and then the muscles in your neck. [02:47.75]Reducing that glare with a good pair of sunglasses [02:50.87]makes bright sun more bearable [02:53.36]whether the glare comes from the printed page of a newspaper [02:56.69]or from the windscreen in front of you. [02:59.43]But don't use them to [03:00.90]stare at the sun or a welder's flame. [03:04.50]No sunglasses will protect you from such intense light. [03:08.82]While you buy your sunglasses, [03:10.97]you're as likely to choose glasses [03:13.02]as much for their designs as for the qualities. [04:06.51]You shouldn't buy sunglasses [04:08.15]without trying them on. [04:09.99]They should fit comfortably [04:11.42]but not too tight. [04:13.45]Tight spectacles can cause headaches, [04:16.24]so do very heavy frames. [04:18.46]Nor should they be so delicate [04:20.21]that they'll be broken [04:21.13]the moment you put them in your back pocket by mistake. [05:14.43]Hold the glasses at arm's length [05:16.40]and look through them to test the lenses. [05:19.56]You'll be more likely to see any unevenness [05:22.54]in the glass from a distance. [05:24.82]If you're in doubt, [05:25.93]you can get professional help from a doctor [05:28.99]to make sure that you won't make a mistake. [06:21.16]Now the passage will be read for the third time. [06:25.36]The best sunglasses aren't always the most expensive. [06:29.34]No one with normal eyes [06:31.21]needs sunglasses to prevent damage to their eyesight. [06:35.12]But sunglasses do make life more comfortable. [06:38.56]The eye itself can deal with [06:40.47]a wide range of light intensity [06:42.97]from bright sunlight to a dimly-lit room. [06:46.30]It automatically closes down in bright sunlight [06:49.56]so that less light can enter it. [06:52.10]Actually bright light won't harm your eyes. [06:55.10]However, [06:55.98]glare can lead to headaches [06:58.30]as you tighten the muscles around your eyes [07:00.92]and then the muscles in your neck. [07:03.36]Reducing that glare with a good pair of sunglasses [07:06.34]makes bright sun more bearable [07:09.09]whether the glare comes from the printed page of a newspaper [07:12.29]or from the windscreen in front of you. [07:14.94]But don't use them to [07:16.52]stare at the sun or a welder's flame. [07:20.03]No sunglasses will protect you from such intense light. [07:24.56]While you buy your sunglasses, [07:26.43]you're as likely to choose glasses [07:28.60]as much for their designs as for the qualities. [07:32.38]You shouldn't buy sunglasses [07:34.32]without trying them on. [07:36.05]They should fit comfortably [07:37.62]but not too tight. [07:39.89]Tight spectacles can cause headaches, [07:42.64]so do very heavy frames. [07:44.83]Nor should they be so delicate [07:46.40]that they'll be broken [07:47.43]the moment you put them in your back pocket by mistake. [07:51.24]Hold the glasses at arm's length [07:53.38]and look through them to test the lenses. [07:56.40]You'll be more likely to see any unevenness [07:59.38]in the glass from a distance. [08:01.70]If you're in doubt, [08:02.80]you can get professional help from a doctor [08:05.80]to make sure that you won't make a mistake.
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