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新视野听说教程第三册听力原文(Unit 2)  

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Understanding Short Conversations

1. W: Wow You look great! What have you been doing to look so good?

  M: I have been lifting weights. I really feel great. Strange, but it hardly took anytime at all before I started seeing improvements in my body.

  Q: What has been happening?

2. M: Can you help me open this bottle? Someone put the cap on too tight.

  W: Sure thing! Umm…there! Hey, that wasn’t tight at all! You really need to work out a little more and build up your strength!

  Q: According to the woman, what’s the man’s problem?

3. M: I just don’t know what I am going to do about my energy level! No matter what I do, I always feel tired!

  W: Here’s an idea: since you have already been exercising a lot with no result, maybe you can change your diet.

  Q: According to the woman, what should the man do?

4. M: I’d really like to begin an exercise program, but I simply don’t know how to begin.

  W: I’ve spoken to a doctor about it. I will tell you what you told me: start off with a little bit of running and then do more and more every day.

  Q: What does the woman recommend?

5. M: I’ve been feeling terrible lately. Do you think exercise could help me?

  W: I can’t say for sure. It probably wouldn’t hurt, but exercise can’t cure all of your problems.

  Q: What does the man mean?

6. W: You always do so well in your classes!

  M: Running gives me energy to stay up late into the night. This allows me to study more. Do the same and run with me tomorrow!

  Q: What does the man recommend?

7. M: There’s a strange limp in your walk. Did you pull a muscle or something?

  W: Nah. I just feel a bit tired from all of the exercise I’ve been doing at the gym. I’ll return to normal in just a moment.

  Q: What’s wrong with the man?

8. M: Have you seen how much weight Angela’s put on? Why do you think she stopped exercising and started eating such unhealthy foods?

  W: It is a sad story. Her parents got divorced, and now she is totally ignored her health.

  Q: What’s the conversation about?

9.W: Hello? Are you the person I talked to on the phone about checking in for an appointment?

  M: Yes. Just sign your name on this piece of paper, and the doctor will see you as soon as he is free.

  Q: Where does the conversation possibly take place?

10. W: I’ve been so very worried, and I don’t have a clue as to why I’ve been so sick.

   M: Try not to worry too much. Do some running, see me in a week, and let me know if things change. I’ll run some tests on you if you are still not feeling well.

   Q: What’s the possible relationship between the two speakers?

 

Understanding a Long Conversation

M : Hey! Hold up! Can you spare a minute?

W: Ugh, do you think you can make it quick?

M: I’ll only need a minute, and then you can return to your run.

W: Fine, what’s up?

M: Ma and Pa asked me to talk to you about all the exercising you’ve been doing. They told me I could find you here at the school track.

W: So what of it?

M: They think you’ve been doing a bit too much.

W: You know what the doctor said---if I don’t get active, I could die of a heart attack.

M: Yeah, but I don’t think he meant for you to do so much. You should take it slowly. Maybe you could build an exercise program that becomes more and more difficult as time goes by.

W: Is that what your doctor said?

M: No. it is just common sense. Everyone knows you shouldn’t overwork yourself when you start exercising.

W: Thanks for the concern. But tell Ma and Pa that I’ll be fine with what I’m doing.

Q: 1. What are the speakers talking about?

   2. What is the man doing when the woman calls out to her?

   3. What’re the woman’s parents concerned about?

   4. How can the man be sure of his opinion about exercise?

   5. What’s the probable relationship between the two speakers?

 

Understanding a Passage

It is very important to exercise. Many studies have shown that regular activity and exercise can improve overall health substantially. Exercise reduces the risk of heart disease by up to 35%, stroke by about 28%, certain cancers by 20% and more, and high blood pressure by an amazing 52%. Exercise can also help you to build healthy bones and muscles. Athletes must do physical training on a regular basis to increase their level of performance. Exercising includes walking, running, biking and plenty of other activities as well. My advice would be to pick something you enjoy doing and wouldn’t mind pursuing on a regular basis. Then, you must stick to a schedule. You can even pick a few different activities to mix things up and keep it interesting. Also, always stretch before physical activity! This is very important as you do not want to pull muscles. Most importantly, to keep a healthy body you must stay ACTIVE!

Q: 1. What is the passage about?

   2. What effect does exercise have on preventing heart disease?

   3. Why must athletes exercise?

   4. What does the speaker recommend?

   5. Why is stretching necessary before you start exercising?

 

Supplementary Listening

Task 1

M: I thought Susan would live forever.

W: No one lives forever.

M: Yeah, I know. What I meant was that I didn’t think she’d die so soon.

W: What happened?

M: Sad, really. You know how she was always exercising, right?

W: Sure. I saw her running everyday in front of my house and around the block several times while I was eating breakfast and getting ready for work in the morning.

M: That was Susan. Always active. She ate well, and ran, ran, ran.

W: So how did she die?

M: Well, she did more than just running. She also liked to climb mountains. She said that the fresh air and the exercise were good for her.

W: Did she fall off the mountain?

M: Nah. Turns out she was attacked by a bear. Guess she wasn’t fast enough to run away.

W: That’s horrible. But it’s lucky that I stayed in my home and just watched others stay active.

Q: 1. What are the speakers talking about?

   2. What did the woman see when she was eating her breakfast?

   3. What does the man say about Susan?

   4. What happened to Susan?

   5. Why does the woman say she fortunate?

 

Task 2

Keeping healthy requires a conscious effort. You make choices about the foods you eat, just as you make choices about getting fresh air, exercise, and rest. And if you are like most people , you are making bad choices., particularly in your diet. I’d like to offer some suggestions.

Nowadays, health experts are warning against fats and proteins. Though experts are right in telling you to be careful about the foods you eat, they are wrong in advising you to stay from fats and proteins. Both of those things serve important functions in the body. Fats provide energy. And they are especially useful because they can be stored in the body for future use. Proteins are required for growth needs and for defending the body against diseases. It is equally important that they are included in your diet too.

A good diet is one that includes some fats and proteins—but not too much. You should already be eating five servings of vegetables and four servings of fruits every day. So be sure to include two servings of something high in proteins and one or two servings of something rich in fat into your diet. Then you will be on the road to great health!

Q: 1. What is this passage about?

   2. What can be inferred from the passage?

   3. According to the passage, what is wrong?

   4. According to the passage, which of the following can help  in protecting the body?

   5. How many servings of vegetables should a person consume everyday?

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