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1999年英语专业四级考试全真试卷

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[00:00.65]TEST FOR ENGLISH MAJORS (1999)-GRADE FOUR-

[00:08.52]PART I DICTATION

[00:11.25]Listen to the following passage.

[00:15.08]Altogether the passage will be read to you four times.

[00:19.46]During the first reading,

[00:21.31]which will be done at normal speed,

[00:23.94]listen and try to understand the meaning.

[00:27.00]For the second and third readings,

[00:30.06]the passage will be read sentence by sentence,

[00:33.45]or phrase by phrase, with intervals of 15 seconds.

[00:38.70]The last reading will be done at normal speed again

[00:42.97]and during this time you should check your work.

[00:46.25]You will then be given

[00:48.22]2 minutes to check through your work once more.

[00:51.94]Please write the whole passage on ANSWER SHEET ONE.

[00:56.42]Now listen to the passage.

[00:59.10]UNITED NATIONS DAY

[01:02.92]The 24th of October is celebrated as United Nations Day.

[01:09.82]It is a day that belongs to everyone.

[01:13.32]And it is celebrated in most countries of the world.

[01:18.35]Some countries celebrate for a week instead of a day.

[01:22.72]In many parts of the world,

[01:25.24]schools have special programs for the day.

[01:28.74]Boys and girls in some communities decorate a UN tree.

[01:34.10]In other communities,

[01:35.96]young people put on plays about the UN.

[01:39.13]Some libraries exhibit children's art works

[01:43.17]from around the world.

[01:45.04]Schools celebrate with the songs and dances of other countries

[01:49.84]or give parties where foods of other countries are served.

[01:55.42]No matter how the day is celebrated,

[01:58.59]the purpose of these celebrations

[02:01.66]is to help everyone understand the UN,

[02:05.05]and the important role it plays in world affairs.

[02:09.75]The UN encourages people to learn about

[02:13.47]other lands and their customs. In this way,

[02:17.30]people can gain a better understanding

[02:20.36]and appreciation of peoples all over the world.

[02:38.71]UNITED NATIONS DAY

[02:42.54]The 24th of October is celebrated as United Nations Day.

[03:02.74]UNITED NATIONS DAY

[03:05.59]The 24th of October is celebrated as United Nations Day.

[03:26.72]It is a day that belongs to everyone.

[03:44.79]It is a day that belongs to everyone.

[04:02.63]And it is celebrated in most countries of the world.

[04:21.76]And it is celebrated in most countries of the world.

[04:40.36]Some countries celebrate for a week instead of a day.

[04:59.97]Some countries celebrate for a week instead of a day.

[05:18.55]In many parts of the world,schools have special programs for the day.

[05:39.35]In many parts of the world,schools have special programs for the day.

[05:59.71]Boys and girls in some communities decorate a UN tree.

[06:19.97]Boys and girls in some communities decorate a UN tree.

[06:39.78]In other communities,young people put on plays about the UN.

[06:59.70]In other communities,young people put on plays about the UN.

[07:19.77]Some libraries exhibit children's art works from around the world.

[07:39.79]Some libraries exhibit children's art works from around the world.

[07:59.27]Schools celebrate with the songs and dances of other countries

[08:19.80]Schools celebrate with the songs and dances of other countries

[08:39.73]or give parties where foods of other countries are served.

[08:58.49]or give parties where foods of other countries are served.

[09:17.55]No matter how the day is celebrated,

[09:36.14]No matter how the day is celebrated,

[09:54.00]the purpose of these celebrations is to help everyone understand the UN,

[10:15.19]the purpose of these celebrations is to help everyone understand the UN,

[10:36.46]and the important role it plays in world affairs.

[10:55.98]and the important role it plays in world affairs.

[11:14.38]The UN encourages people to learn about other lands and their customs.

[11:35.16]The UN encourages people to learn about other lands and their customs.

[11:55.01]In this way,people can gain a better understanding and appreciation of peoples all over the world.

[12:18.15]In this way,people can gain a better understanding and appreciation of peoples all over the world.

[12:41.91]UNITED NATIONS DAY

[12:44.20]The 24th of October is celebrated as United Nations Day.

[12:51.31]It is a day that belongs to everyone.

[12:54.92]And it is celebrated in most countries of the world.

[12:59.62]Some countries celebrate for a week instead of a day.

[13:04.11]In many parts of the world,

[13:06.40]schools have special programs for the day.

[13:10.34]Boys and girls in some communities decorate a UN tree.

[13:15.37]In other communities,

[13:17.01]young people put on plays about the UN.

[13:20.51]Some libraries exhibit children's art works

[13:24.12]from around the world.

[13:26.09]Schools celebrate with the songs and dances of other countries

[13:31.01]or give parties where foods of other countries are served.

[13:36.48]No matter how the day is celebrated,

[13:39.87]the purpose of these celebrations

[13:42.82]is to help everyone understand the UN,

[13:46.43]and the important role it plays in world affairs.

[13:51.36]The UN encourages people to learn about

[13:54.53]other lands and their customs. In this way,

[13:58.68]people can gain a better understanding

[14:01.53]and appreciation of peoples all over the world.

[14:08.02]Now you have 2 minutes to check through your work.

[16:11.37]That is the end of the Part I Dictation.

[16:26.16]PART II LISTENING COMPREHENSION

[16:30.42]In Sections A,B and C

[16:33.41]you will hear everything ONCE ONLY.

[16:37.35]Listen carefully

[16:38.47]and then answer the questions that follow.

[16:41.75]Mark the correct answer to each question

[16:44.60]on your answer sheet.

[16:47.12]SECTION A CONVERSATIONS

[16:50.51]In this section you will hear several conversations.

[16:54.44]Listen to the conversations carefully

[16:58.05]and then answer the questions that follow.

[17:01.88]Questions 1 to 3

[17:04.33]are based on the following conversation.

[17:07.94]At the end of the conversation,you will be given

[17:12.09]15 seconds to answer the questions.

[17:16.03]Now, listen to the conversation.

[17:20.98]M: Okay. Mrs. Smith, let's begin your road test.

[17:25.03]W: Oh. I know I'm ready.

[17:28.31]I've been practicing in my driveway all week.

[17:32.58]M: Okay. Mrs. Smith. As I'm sure you are aware,

[17:36.85]you will not only be tested

[17:38.70]on your knowledge of the rules of the road,

[17:41.55]but on your behavior toward other motorists.

[17:44.72]W: Okay.

[17:46.25]M: Now you can start your car.

[17:49.42]W: Yeah, right. Here we go!

[17:52.92]M: Whoa! Take it easy. The speed limit

[17:56.21]in this business district is only 25 miles an hour.

[18:00.36]Now, turn right at the next corner...

[18:03.31]W: This corner?

[18:04.52]M: Na, not here! Wow! You forgot to signal too!

[18:08.67]W: Gosh. I didn't see that one, and...

[18:11.73]Ah, could you grab my cell phone under my seat.

[18:16.11]Nah, I'll get it.

[18:17.86]M: Oh, Mrs. Smith. Keep your eyes on the road!

[18:21.80]W: Oh yeah. So, how am I doing?

[18:25.74]Can I just take a look at your notes?

[18:28.47]M: No! And, uh, watch out. Mrs. Smith.

[18:32.30]Now you almost collided with the truck. Okay.

[18:36.34]Now carefully, CAFULLLY turn right here,

[18:39.52]and wait, wait, WAIT...STOP!!

[18:41.68]You almost hit that pedestrian.

[18:44.52]How in the world did you pass the written test anyway?

[18:48.35]W: Oh. Sorry about that. It won't happen again.

[19:07.40]Questions 4 to 7

[19:09.13]are based on the following conversation.

[19:12.08]At the end of the conversation, you will be given

[19:14.92]20 seconds to answer the questions.

[19:18.20]Now, listen to the conversation.

[19:21.16]M: Good morning, Professor Zhou. Welcome to our program.

[19:25.42]W: Good morning.

[19:26.41]M: As a Professor of history

[19:28.59]and also a Chinese American yourself,

[19:31.55]can you use a word

[19:33.22]to describe the history of Chinese Americans?

[19:36.61]W: Bitter. For many years it was common

[19:40.55]in the United States to associate Chinese Americans

[19:44.49]with restaurants and laundries.

[19:47.44]People did not realize that the Chinese

[19:50.29]had been driven into these occupations

[19:53.01]by the prejudice and discrimination

[19:55.75]that faced them in this country.

[19:57.83]M: But why? I remember the first Chinese

[20:01.55]to reach the United States came

[20:03.63]during the California Gold Rush of 1849.

[20:07.35]Like most of the other people there,

[20:09.53]they had come to search for gold, hadn't they?

[20:12.70]W: Yes, they had. However, either

[20:16.31]because the Chinese were so different from the others

[20:19.96]or because they worked so patiently

[20:22.47]that they sometimes succeeded

[20:24.35]in turning a seemingly worthless mining claim

[20:27.66]into a profitable one.

[20:29.74]They became the scapegoats

[20:31.93]of their envious competitors.

[20:34.33]M: Were they prevented from working their claims

[20:37.64]or were there any regulations

[20:39.83]forbidding them to their claims?

[20:41.79]W: Both. The Chinese therefore

[20:44.79]started to seek out other ways of earning a living.

[20:48.95]M: Like doing the laundry

[20:50.96]or setting up small restaurants?

[20:52.93]W: Yes. There were almost no women

[20:56.00]in California in those days,

[20:58.40]and the Chinese filled a real need

[21:01.02]by doing this woman's work.

[21:03.43]Some went to work as farmhands or as fishermen.

[21:26.62]Questions 8 to 10

[21:29.14]are based on the following conversation.

[21:31.98]At the end of the conversation,

[21:34.17]you will be given 15 seconds to answer the questions.

[21:38.33]Now, listen to the conversation.

[21:41.60]M: Do you like McDonald's, Amy?

[21:44.34]W: Just so-so. Why do you ask this?

[21:48.82]M: Well, do you know that some environmental campaigners

[21:53.09]sued the world's largest fast-food chain?

[21:56.80]They claimed that the food carries health risks

[22:00.09]and McDonald's workers suffer poor pay and conditions.

[22:04.79]They say that eating the company's hamburgers

[22:07.53]can cause heart disease.

[22:09.49]W: Hm, I think if one eats enough McDonald's food,

[22:14.41]one's diet may well become high in fat

[22:17.70]with the very risk of heart disease,

[22:20.65]so the claim is justified.

[22:22.95]Who are these environmental campaigners?

[22:26.12]M: They were Helen Steel, aged 34, and Dave Morris, 44.

[22:33.34]In 1997, the High Court in London

[22:36.83]found them guilty of distributing a pamphlet

[22:39.90]containing allegations against McDonald's

[22:42.96]and its fast food and its preparation.

[22:46.35]W: What was the result of the trial?

[22:49.30]M: The trial lasted three years.

[22:52.15]Finally the High Court in London awarded McDonald's

[22:56.41]damages of 60,000 pounds

[22:59.00]against the two penniless campaigners.

[23:02.18]W: You mean McDonald's hasn't yet recovered a penny

[23:06.33]from the campaigners.

[23:07.98]M: No, they refuse to hand over any money even after

[23:12.79]in 1999, three Appeal Court Judges in London

[23:17.30]reduce the pay to 40,000 pounds.

[23:35.09]SECTION B PASSAGES

[23:38.37]In this section,you will hear several passages.

[23:43.73]Listen to the passages carefully

[23:46.36]and then answer the questions that follow.

[23:50.08]Questions 11 to 13 are based on the following passage.

[23:55.43]At the end of the passage,

[23:57.73]you will be given 15 seconds to answer the questions.

[24:02.87]Now, listen to the passage.

[24:06.37]The games of a culture can help us understand

[24:09.87]a great deal about their history, religion,

[24:13.15]and belief system. The Indians, specifically,

[24:17.42]revealed a great deal about themselves by playing games.

[24:22.01]Almost all Indians, regardless of

[24:25.18]their age, gender, or physical condition, played games.

[24:30.54]Women played games as much as men,

[24:33.16]but they usually played separately

[24:35.35]from the men and had different games.

[24:38.52]Children also played games.

[24:41.15]As a matter of fact, they often played the same games

[24:44.76]that their parents enjoyed.

[24:46.73]Most of the games had a religious meaning

[24:50.23]attached to them. Many of the tribes

[24:53.51]used the games to train warriors and to win honors.

[24:58.21]As the years wore on, however,

[25:00.73]that meaning was lost,

[25:02.61]but the game continued to be played.

[25:05.67]Many Indians enjoyed shooting arrows as a sport.

[25:09.72]They used many varieties of targets,

[25:12.46]including pieces of bark or an arrow stuck in a tree.

[25:17.16]Quieter amusements included games of chance.

[25:21.43]For example, pieces of cloth

[25:23.94]would be used to cover various items determined

[25:27.22]by one person.

[25:28.97]The other person would randomly

[25:30.72]choose one of the hidden items.

[25:33.24]His or her choice would reveal their past

[25:36.63]as well as their future.

[25:38.59]Other popular games were guessing games.

[25:41.88]One guessing game, for instance,

[25:44.28]would require a group to guess

[25:46.69]the number of rocks in a certain area.

[25:49.10]Then they would count the actual number

[25:51.72]and rank the people who guessed

[25:53.91]according to how close they came to the actual number.

[26:11.72]Questions 14 to 17 are based on the following passage.

[26:17.41]At the end of the passage,

[26:19.59]you will be given 20 seconds to answer the questions.

[26:25.35]Now, listen to the passage.

[26:28.20]A lack of knowledge on breast cancer

[26:32.13]is causing too much fear and worry

[26:35.08]among British women. Nearly half of women,

[26:38.81]who took part in a survey made

[26:41.43]by the Imperial Cancer Research Fund (ICRF),

[26:46.24]could not name any of the risk factors for the disease.

[26:51.39]According to the survey, one in 20

[26:54.55]did not know which age group was most weak.

[26:58.71]Over half of all women in the UK

[27:01.99]have a poor knowledge on breast cancer.

[27:05.27]More than 65 percent of the 977 women

[27:10.74]questioned for the survey

[27:12.76]said they were worried about breast cancer,

[27:16.04]but 5 percent of women knew

[27:18.45]that from 60 to 80 is the age when women

[27:21.73]are most likely to develop the disease.

[27:25.34]Women under 24 and those aged from 65 to 74

[27:31.25]were the most poorly informed. Breast cancer

[27:35.73]is the most common form of cancer in women

[27:38.91]in developed countries.

[27:41.42]There are nearly 34,500 new cases

[27:45.79]in Britain every year and about 14,000 deaths.

[27:51.15]About one in 12 British women

[27:54.00]will get the disease sometime during their lifetime.

[27:58.37]Age, family history, late change of life,

[28:03.00]late childbearing, very fat and alcohol drinking

[28:07.92]have all been linked to breast cancer.

[28:11.20]Early diagnoses before the cancer

[28:13.50]has spread beyond the breast

[28:15.93]improves the probability of continuing to live.

[28:39.39]Questions 18 to 20

[28:41.96]are based on the following passage.

[28:44.81]At the end of the passage,

[28:46.34]you will be given 15 seconds to answer the questions.

[28:50.93]Now, listen to the passage.

[28:53.67]Good morning.

[28:55.96]I'd like to welcome you to your first yoga class.

[29:00.01]Before we begin our exercises,

[29:02.86]it is important that we learn

[29:04.93]a few facts about yoga. First of all,

[29:08.54]it is not a religion.

[29:10.62]Yoga is a way of life

[29:12.91]and can serve only to improve your present way of life.

[29:16.95]Yoga is an exact science and a delicate art.

[29:21.66]Secondly, be as orderly and mechanical as possible.

[29:27.01]Never tug, swain, or pull strenuously.

[29:32.16]Forcing will cause your body to resist

[29:35.77]and will actually slow down

[29:37.96]or even prevent your progress.

[29:40.91]Go gently, stretch up to the point

[29:44.19]where it would start to hurt,

[29:46.05]and then stop immediately.

[29:48.23]The key is proper breathing

[29:50.42]through the nostrils with the mouth shut.

[29:53.38]Many times it is best to practice alone

[29:56.99]in a well-ventilated room,

[29:59.39]preferably wearing little or no clothing.

[30:03.43]Never practice on a full stomach

[30:06.50]because an empty one permits greater flexibility.

[30:10.77]Exercise will benefit your general health.

[30:14.71]Yoga cannot add or subtract pounds from your figure;

[30:19.18]only eating more or less food,

[30:22.14]that is, increasing or decreasing your caloric intake,

[30:27.72]can do that. Always remember that diet affects weight,

[30:32.43]while exercise affects shape.

[30:35.70]Neither can do the job of the other.

[30:38.33]Now, let's begin with our first yoga exercise.

[30:57.82]SECTION C NEWS BROADCAST

[31:01.54]In this section,

[31:02.96]you will hear several news items.

[31:06.02]Listen to them carefully

[31:08.31]and then answer the questions that follow.

[31:11.71]Questions 21 and 22 are based on the following news.

[31:17.40]At the end of the news item,

[31:20.02]you will be given 10 seconds to answer the questions.

[31:24.61]Now listen to the news.

[31:27.35]Haitian hunger strikers at the US naval base

[31:32.12]at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba

[31:34.64]have begun refusing all fluids and medical treatment.

[31:40.00]Fifteen of the two hundred sixty-seven Haitians

[31:43.82]at the base said they are prepared to die,

[31:47.32]if necessary, to force the US to admit the rest of them.

[31:52.90]The Haitians are eligible to pursue political asylum

[31:57.17]in the US, but have been barred from entry,

[32:00.88]because most have the AIDS virus.

[32:04.28]The Clinton Administration

[32:06.28]says it will lift the ban on their entry,

[32:09.35]but it is not known when.

[32:20.82]Questions 23 is based on the following news.

[32:25.96]At the end of the news item,you will be given

[32:28.80]5 seconds to answer the question.

[32:32.08]Now listen to the news.

[32:34.99]The top three US auto makers

[32:38.38]have decided not to proceed with plans

[32:41.44]to file a trade complaint

[32:43.55]against Japanese auto makers.

[32:46.28]General Motors, Ford and Chrysler had planned

[32:51.21]to accuse Japanese companies

[32:53.17]of dumping cars below market prices in the US.

[32:57.77]But they dropped the idea, citing a pledge

[33:01.38]by the Clinton Administration

[33:03.13]to address the US-Japan trade imbalance.

[33:11.47]Questions 24 and 25 are based on the following news.

[33:17.05]At the end of the news item,you will be given

[33:20.45]10 seconds to answer the questions.

[33:24.06]Now listen to the news.

[33:26.52]About one hundred people

[33:29.04]are now known to have died

[33:31.48]in what have been described as the worst storms ever

[33:35.64]to hit the eastern US this century.

[33:39.36]The hurricane-force winds

[33:41.15]first struck the Gulf of Mexico,

[33:43.89]and have now spread across the Canadian border,

[33:47.94]continuing to bring record snowfalls,

[33:51.11]severe flooding

[33:52.22]and causing millions of dollars of damage.

[33:55.83]All major airports have now reopened

[33:59.20]and airlines are beginning to cope

[34:01.61]with the backlog of thousands of stranded passengers.

[34:05.76]The storm also paralyzed areas of Cuba

[34:09.26]where several people were killed

[34:11.78]and property and crops destroyed.

[34:23.78]Questions 26 is based on the following news.

[34:29.03]At the end of the news item,you will be given

[34:32.02]5 seconds to answer the question.

[34:34.75]Now listen to the news.

[34:37.60]France has carried out another underground nuclear test

[34:42.74]in the south Pacific. It's the fifth

[34:46.13]in the region since September.

[34:48.64]The test was conducted

[34:50.17]at the Mururoa Atoll on Wednesday.

[34:54.01]Paris has come under strong criticism

[34:57.18]for its nuclear testing program especially

[35:00.46]from Asian Pacific countries.

[35:03.08]A State Department spokeswoman

[35:05.38]in Washington expressed disappointment

[35:08.33]at the latest French test.

[35:10.74]France has promised to sign a global test ban treaty

[35:15.33]after it completes its current series of nuclear tests

[35:19.38]in the Pacific.

[35:24.89]Questions 27 is based on the following news.

[35:30.03]At the end of the news item,you will be given

[35:33.53]5 seconds to answer the question.

[35:36.92]Now listen to the news.

[35:39.77]The association representing British airline pilots

[35:44.14]says that there is an urgent need

[35:46.80]to raise levels of air safety throughout the world.

[35:50.74]In its statement, the association known as BOBA,

[35:55.44]warns that unless air safety improves,

[35:59.05]travelers face a paralyzed future.

[36:02.44]The association also said that standards of training

[36:06.92]must be raised among flight crews

[36:09.55]and air traffic controllers

[36:11.74]as the sky has become ever more crowded.

[36:19.70]Questions 28 and 29

[36:22.83]are based on the following news.

[36:25.23]At the end of the news item,you will be given

[36:28.07]10 seconds to answer the questions.

[36:31.14]Now listen to the news.

[36:33.43]The Western European Union,

[36:35.84]the defense organization

[36:38.29]linking most countries of the European community,

[36:41.35]is meeting in Luxembourg to discuss ways

[36:44.63]to reenforce economic sanctions against the Serbs

[36:49.01]by tightening control on the river Danube.

[36:52.61]It is expected to approve proposals to

[36:56.12]send patrol boats manned by armed police

[36:59.95]and customs officers with powers to search

[37:03.22]and turn back ships suspected of breaking the sanctions.

[37:08.25]International efforts to isolate Serbia

[37:11.65]have been undermined by ships

[37:13.98]carrying oil and other illegal supplies

[37:17.15]from the Black Sea region,

[37:19.23]along the Danube into the former Yugoslavia,

[37:23.28]after ignoring attempts

[37:24.98]by the local authorities to stop them.

[37:27.49]It is reported

[37:28.91]that most of the illegal traffic of goods

[37:31.97]is believed to be arriving in Serbia

[37:34.68]over land from Greece

[37:36.43]and the former Yugoslavia Republic of Macedonia.

[37:49.96]Questions 30 is based on the following news.

[37:54.12]At the end of the news item,you will be given

[37:57.40]5 seconds to answer the question.

[38:00.68]Now listen to the news.

[38:03.20]China's US $56.56 billion of imports

[38:09.10]and US $60.51 billion of exports of hi-tech products

[38:15.78]for the first 4 months of the year

[38:18.40]represent the country's 7-month long trade surplus

[38:22.33]on hi-tech products since last October.

[38:26.05]The hi-tech exports accounted for 27.8%

[38:30.76]of the total exports for the first 4 months.

[38:34.80]US $ 35.38 billion, or 58.5% of hi-tech exports,

[38:43.34]came from integrated circuit, color TV, mobile phones,

[38:48.59]and automatic data processing equipment.

[38:51.76]They have won larger orders at higher prices.

[38:59.83]This is the end of Listening Comprehension.
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