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新视野听说教程第三册听力原文(Unit 1)  

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Unit 1

Understanding Short Conversations

1. W: I don’t know what to say about your new girlfriendshe seems so coldso distant.

M: Deep downshe’s a loving person .The problem is that she didn’t have a loving family like ours. So she doesn’t know how to express love.

Q: According to the manwhat’s wrong with his new girlfriend?

 

2. W: You look at my father and see a tough man with a gun and blood on his hands. But I see him as a man who always provides for his family.

M: Whoawait a minute .I didn’t say anything of the sort. I admire your father a lot.

Q: What does the man think about the woman’ s father?

 

3. W: You knowI never understood why my parents kept giving second chances to my

     brother. He never does right by them.

M: Then you don’t understand the nature of love .Love means never quitting on the

       one you love.

Q: What does the woman NOT understand?

 

4. W: If only I had more moneyI would buy my parents everything they wanted.

M: That’s a very nice thoughtbut it’s really not necessary. Visit them more. That should

     be enough for them.

Q: What should the woman do for her parents?

 

5. W: Excuse me! Have you already started class? Or am I on time?

M: I‘ve already begun the lessonWe’re talking about the meaning of love .Please

      take your seat·

Q: What is the topic for the class?

 

6. W: Some learn from their parentssome from their friends … but if a person has never

      learned about lovehis life is a waste.

M: I agree wholeheartedly. ThankfullyI learned about love from my parents at an early age.

Q:What are the speakers talking about?

 

7. W: It's 10 0’clock! You’re late again! I just don’t know what to say anymore.

M: Sweetheart, love, darling, you should know that my being late has nothing to do with my love for you .Try to understand me.

Q: What can we infer from the conversation?

 

8. W: Sometimes I’m glad our mother isn’t aliveI think if she could see the person I've becomeshe’d really be disappointed.

M: Mom had a lot of love for you .If she were here nowshe wouldn’t judge you that way. She just would’ve been happy to see her kids and help them when she could.

Q: According to the manwhat would their mother NOT have done if she were alive?

 

9. M: Pardon me. Umwhy don’t you teach us anything about love in class?

W: Welllove is importantbut it’s not a good topic for the classroom. You should learn about love from your parents or grandparents.

Q: What is the probable relationship between the two speakers?

 

10. W: I’ve been thinking about how I could teach my children to be more loving.

M: Sounds like a job for you and your husband .How about I give you some vacation time? You could take a family trip and talk more with your kids.

Q: What is the probable relationship between the two speakers?

 

Understanding a Long Conversation

M:  Sometimes I really don’t understand you. You are often rude to our childrenyou never play with themand you rarely say you love them. This isn’t how parents are supposed to act .Where did you learn such behavior?

W:  Hey! I don’t think I’ve treated them any differently than my parents treated me and my sisters!

M:  So that’s where you learned it…from your parents?

W:  My parents were good. They raised three children.

M:  From what I can seethey didn’t teach you how to be a loving person. What is going to happen to our kids? If you keep treating them poorlythey’re going to grow up to be just like you.

W:  Listenthere’s a lot that I can learn about being a good motherbut I still think I’m doing

    a good job. Look at our kids. They’re already kind and loving people. And I don’t think you have any reason to worry.

Q: 1. What are the two speakers talking about?

  2. According to the man, what is the wrong with the way the woman treats the children?

  3. According to the man, what didn’t the woman’s parents teach her?

  4. What does the woman think?

  5. What is the probable relationship between the two speakers?

 

Understanding a Passage

    All parents want to raise a happy, successful and loving childbut there is little agreement about how best to reach this goal. Over the yearsparents have tried dramatically different ways. They have put their baby on a schedule, or they have fed on demand; they have let their baby cry himself to sleepor they have picked him up as soon as he cried; they have given their child whatever he wantsor they have taught him to get everything through his own efforts. These contrasting parenting strategies arise from quite different views of the nature of children and childhood and the roles of parents. Some parents view their child as naturally social. To themtheir job is to allow him the space to succeed. Others think that their child should be taught how to act. There are probably positives and negatives to each method. None of them guarantees that your child will become the loving individual you want him to be. But some things are certaina child will be more likely to be loving if you show him lovemore successful if you give him examples of successand happier if you are happy.

Q: 1. What is this passage about?

  2. What do parents NOT agree upon?

  3. Why do parents have different methods for raising children?

  4. How will a father raise his child if he believes his child is naturally social?

  5. What can we be certain of?

 

Supplementary Listening

Task 1

M:  Hello? Yes, Umcan I get some help over here?

W:  Sure thinghandsome. What’ll it be?

M:  A menuplease.

W:  We don’t serve foodjust the beers you see on the wall

M: All right .What about that one? It’s German, right?

W:  YeahIt is. Is that what you’d like?

M:  That’ll do. But I’d like a cold one if you got one.

W:  Sure thing, sweetie. That’ll be $6.25.

M:  Say, you’re kinda friendly, weren’t you?

W:  Suppose it comes with the job. It pays to be nice to peopledon’t you think?

M:  I suppose it does. That’s what my mother said to me anyway. Oh, wait. Wait a second. Oh no. I  can’t believe this.

W:  What’s wrong?

M:  I think I left my wallet somewhere.

W:  Quick, look around. It’s gotta be around here. Maybe on the floor.

M:  No … it's not there. I don’t know where it could be. Any chance you can be nice and give

the beer for free?

W:  No chance of that happening. No, if no one’s payingI’m not nice.

Q: 1. What is the man doing in this conversation?

  2. Where does this conversation take place?

  3. What does the man want?

  4. What did the man’s mother teach him?

  5. When is the woman friendly?

 

Task 2 

It’s difficult to know what is truly happening inside a relationship. Though a woman might appear to be happyshe may be a victim of violence. And though a man may appear to be gentle, he might not actually be. Every year estimates range from 3.4 million acts of violence against a wife or girlfriend to 3 .9 million in this small country.

This is bad news. Unfortunately, there is more. Nearly one-third of women reported being beaten by a husband or boyfriend at some point in their lives. Some of this violence resulted in injuries that required a doctor’s care. Thirty-seven percent of women who sought emergency room treatment for violence-related injuries in 2005 were injured by their own husbands or boyfriends. What’s more, twenty-six percent of all female murder victims in 2006 were killed by their partners.

What this means is that we as a society must look for the signs of violence. Do you know someone who often gives poor excuses for being hurt? Maybe you should talk with her about violence. Often a woman will stay in a violent relationship because she believes her husband or boyfriend loves her. But she should know that violence does not equal love.

Q: 1. According to the passage, what is difficult?

2. How many women are beaten by a husband or boyfriend per year?

3. What can we infer from this passage?

4. What percentage of female murder victims were killed by a partner in 2006?

5. Why does a woman often choose to stay in a violent relationship?

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