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大学英语六级2005年6月答案

2005年6月大学英语六级考试听力答案

1-10.   CBDCA    CBDAB
S1.  lie   

S2. associated

S3. assign  

S4. spent 
S5. difficulty    

S6. afford      

S7 infant
S8. she is entitled to a place of her own where she can be by herself, and keep her possessions
S9. people will have their private thoughts that might never be shared with anyone
S10. American’s houses, yards and even offices can seem open and inviting. Yet in the minds of Americans, there are boundaries that other people are simply not supposed to cross.

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1.  M: What do you think of the government’s new tax cut proposal?

W: Though it may give some benefit to the poor, its key component is the elimination of tax on dividends. That means the rich will get richer.

Q: What does the woman think about the government’s tax cut proposal?

2.  M: Jenny, remember this: a job worth doing at all is worth doing well.

W: Oh, yes, I certainly won’t forget it. But don’t expect me to stick to the job just because it pays a few more bucks. A life of continuous exploration is a life worth living.

Q: what can be inferred about the woman from the conversation?

3.  M: I found that one of my schoolmates uses drugs. How can I help him, Mom?

W: stay away from him, son. Never think that you can talk him out of the habit if he is addicted. But perhaps you can talk to your teacher about the matter.

Q: what’s the woman’s advice to her son?

4.  W: I don’t know how you can eat so much yet never put on any weight, son. Your father’s got the same luck. I can’t take a bite without calculating how many calories I am taking.

M: But remember Aunt Louise, Mom? She ate a lot and never gained a pound.

Q: Who is worried about gaining weight?

5.  W: Did you turn off the lights and check the locks on all the doors?

M: Yes, I told the Johnsons that we’d be gone for two weeks. They promise to keep an eye on the house for us.

Q: What are the two speakers going to do?

6.  M: hurry up, Linda! I hear that there are not many tickets left for the football match.

W: I am ready now, let’s go. It is the early bird that catches the worm.

Q: Why did the man ask the woman to hurry up?

7.  W: Did you hear that the convenience store next to the gas station was held up last night?

M: Yes, I heard it on the radio this morning.

Q: What happened to the convenience store?

8.  M: Congratulations! I just heard about your acceptance in the law school. Do you think you would join your brother’s firm after graduation?

W: Not likely. He is a tax lawyer, and I am going to major in criminal law.

Q: What does the woman mean?

9.  M: Excuse me, but could you tell me how to get to the Friendship Hotel? I thought it was on this corner, but I seem to have made a mistake.

M: I am sorry, but I am a stranger here myself. Maybe you can try calling them. There is a phone over there outside the department store.

Q: What does the woman mean?

10. M: how is it going, Mary? You look a little overwhelmed.

W: Exactly. You know, I’ve got a million things to do and all of them have to be finished in the next 30 minutes.

Q: What does the woman mean?

Compound Dictation

Certain phrases one commonly hears among Americans capture their devotion to individualism. “Do you own thing.” “I did it my way.” “You’ll have to decide that for yourself.” “You made your bed, now lie in it.” “If you don’t look out for yourself, no one else will.” “Look out for number one.”

Closely associated with the value they place on individualism, is the importance American’s assign to privacy. Americans assume that people need some time to themselves or some time alone to think about things or to recover their spent psychological energy. Americans have great difficulty understanding foreigners who always want to be with another person who dislikes being alone.

If the parents can afford it, each child will have his or her own bedroom. Having one’s own bedroom even as an infant, fixes in a person the notion that she is entitled to a place of her own where she can be by herself, and keep her possessions. She will have her clothes, her toys, her books, and so on. These things will be hers, no one else’s.

Americans assume that people will have their private thoughts that might never be shared with anyone. Doctors, lawyers, psychologists and others have rules governing confidentiality that are intended to prevent information about their clients’ personal situations from being know to others.

American’s attitudes about privacy can be hard for foreigners to understand American’s houses, yards, and even their offices can seem open and inviting. Yet, in the minds of Americans, there are boundaries that other people are simply not supposed to cross. When those boundaries are crossed, an American’s body will visibly stiffen and his manner will be cool and aloof.

 

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