英语听力小短文

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英语听力小短文篇一:2014英语听力作文

2014高考英语听力作文

第一节 (共 5 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 5 分)

听下面 5 段对话。每段对话后有一个小题,从题中所给的 A、B、C 三个选项中选出最佳选项,并标在试卷的相应位置。听完每段对话后,你都有 10 秒钟的时间来回答有关小题和阅读下一小题。每段对话仅读一遍。

例: How much is the shirt?

A. £ 19. 15.

答案是 C。

1. What does the woman want to do?

A. Find a place.B. Buy a map.C. Get an address. B. £ 9. 18.C. £ 9. 15.

2. What will the man do for the woman?

A. Repair her car.B. Give her a ride.C. Pick up her aunt.

3. Who might Mr. Peterson be?

A. A new professor.

director.

4. What does the man think of the book?

A. Quite difficult. B. Very interesting. C. Too simple. B. A department head. C. A company

5. What are the speakers talking about?

A. Weather.B. Clothes.C. News.

第二节 (共 15 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 15 分)

听下面 5 段对话或独白。每段对话或独白后有几个小题,从题中所给的 A、B、C 三个选项中选出最佳选项,并标在试卷的相应位置。听每段对话或独白前,你将有时间阅读各个小题,每小题 5 秒钟;听完后,各小题给出 5 秒钟的作答时间。每段对话或独白读两遍。 听第 6 段材料,回答第 6、7 题。

6. Why is Harry unwilling to join the woman?

A. He has a pain in his knee.B. He wants to watch TV.C. He is too lazy.

7. What will the woman probably do next?

A. Stay at home. B. Take Harry to hospital.C. Do some exercise. 听第 7 段材料,回答第 8、9 题。

8. When will the man be home from work?

A. At 5:45.B. At 6:15. C. At 6:50.

9. Where will the speakers go?

A. The Green House Cinema. B. The New State Cinema.

Cinema. C. The UME

听第 8 段材料,回答第 10 至 12 题。

10. How will the speakers go to New York?

A. By air.B. By taxi.

11. Why are the speakers making the trip?

A. For business. B. For shopping.

12. What is the probable relationship between the speakers?

A. Driver and passenger.B. Husband and wife.

workers.

听第 9 段材料,回答第 13 至 16 题。

13. Where does this conversation probably take place?

A. In a restaurant. B. In an office.

classroom.

14. What does John do now?

A. He’s a trainer. B. He’s a tour guide.

student.

15. How much can a new person earn for the first year?

A. $10,500.B. $12,000.

$15,000.

16. How many people will the woman hire?

A. Four. B. Three.

听第 10 段材料,回答第 17 至 20 题。

17. How long has the speaker lived in a big city?

A. One year.B. Ten years.

years.

18. What is the speaker’s opinion on public transport?

A. It’s comfortable. B. It’s time-saving.

19. What is good about living in a small town?

A. It’s safer.B. It’s healthier.

convenient.

20. What kind of life does the speaker seem to like most?

A. Busy. B. Colourful.

C. By bus. C. For holiday. C. Fellow C. In a C. He’s a collegeC. C. Two.C. Eighteen C. It’s cheap. C. It’s moreC. Quiet.

81. 请阅读下面短文,并按照要求用英语写一篇 150 词左右的文章。

When we read newspapers, we often come across such English words as “AIDS” and “PK.” When we watch TV, we frequently hear words like “NBA” or “PM2.5.” When we speak, we automatically use words like “OUT” or “Bye-bye.” English words and expressions like these are getting popular. They have already become part of our daily language. And 239 English words have been included in the latest Dictionary of Contemporary Chinese. ZXXK

The inclusion has started a heated discussion. A group of scholars signed a letter of complaint over the inclusion of these English words, which, they think, goes against Chinese language policies. They not only worry that Chinese is borrowing an increasing number of English words but are also concerned that the inclusion may hurt the dignity of the Chinese language. However, others are in favor of the inclusion because it is hard to say whether it will threaten the Chinese language. They believe the selection is mostly a result of their function and use in daily life.

[写作内容]

1. 用约 30 个单词写出上文概要;

2. 用约 120 个单词发表你的观点,内容包括:

(1)支持或反对汉语词典收录英语词汇;

(2)用 2- 3个理由或论据支撑你的观点。

第一部分(共 20 小题;每小题 1 分,共 20 分)

1.A2. B3. C4. B5. A

6. B 7. C 8. A 9. C 10. A

11. A 12. C 13. B 14. C 15. A 16. C 17. B 18. C 19. A 20. B

Text 1

W: Excuse me. This is the address. How do I find it?

M: Right. You’ll need a street map. Here’s one, and I’ll show you where it is. Text 2 W: Oh my! My car broke down, and I have to meet my aunt at the railway station before noon.

M: You’re lucky. I can drop you off on my way.

Text 3

W: Did you hear that Mr. Peterson is coming next week, Gordon? M: Yes, so I called all the department heads to my office this morning. We need to give him reports on our program.

Text 4

W: I hope you like the book I lent you. I wasn’t sure if you’d be interested.

M: I had the same doubt at first. But once I started, I simply couldn’t put it down. Text 5

W: What is going on? It’s May, and we still have to wear warm clothes.

M: Well, there’s some good news on the radio. You probably can wear shorts tomorrow. Text 6

W: Harry, let’s play some ping-pong today.

M: I’d love to play a set or two, but my right arm hurts. I’ve decided to stop playing ping-pong until it feels better.

W: Well, how about going skating?

M: I’d like to, but my knee hurts, too.

W: Harry, stop making excuses! You’re just lazy. M: No, I’m not! You know, there’s a basketball match on TV today. Let’s just stay home and watch it.

W: OK. You stay, and I’ll play with Helen.

Text 7

W: What do you want to do tonight? M: How about going to the cinema? I should be home from work at 5:45. Then we can go out and eat before we see a film.

W: What do you want to see?

M: There’s a good art film at the Green House Cinema. W: Let’s see…it starts at 6:15. I don’t think we can get there in time to see the beginning. How about the action film at the New State Cinema? It starts at 6:50. Perhaps the 7:00 one at the UME Cinema is even better. It stars Jackie Chan.

M: OK, that’s fine. I like him, too.

Text 8

M: Hey, Lucy. Do you have some time to talk about next week’s trip with me?

W: Sure, Dave. M: OK. So, we’re leaving on Monday from Hartsfield International Airport, and returning on Friday. Do we take ourselves to the airport? Maybe we need to book a taxi, or just go by bus.

W: No, we don’t have to. The company car will pick us up and take us there.

M: Oh, that’s good. When? W: Our flight leaves at 11:00 a.m., so they should pick us up between 8:00 and 9:00 a.m. Besides, the company pays for our trip, including hotel and food.

M: How much will that be?

W: Well, New York is a pretty expensive city. So, each of us will get $200 a day. M: Oh, OK. Thanks for telling me that.

W: You’re welcome.

Text 9

W: Please sit down. Let’s see…you’re Mr. Smith. Is that correct?

M: Yes. John Smith.

W: And you’re interested in this job?

M: Yes, I am. I’ll graduate from college the coming June. My major is Chinese. W: I see. Have you ever done any work in this field?

M: Yes, I used to be a tour guide for Chinese travellers.

W: Good. Now, how much money do you expect to have for a year?

M: From what I’ve read, it seems that a starting pay would be around $12,000 a year. W: Here, you would start at $10,500 for the first year…a kind of training period. Then you would go to $15,000.

M: That sounds fair enough. What do you think are the chances for me to get a job here? W: Well, I’m talking to three people today and four tomorrow. We’ll be hiring two people. You’ll hear from us sometime next month. Good luck! And thanks for coming in today. Text 10

M: Well, I’d love to share with you my personal opinions on city life and life in small towns. I grew up in a small town until I was 18 and then moved to a big city, so I have experienced the good and bad sides of both. I never thought that I would like living in a big city, but I was wrong. After ten years of living in one, I can’t imagine ever living in a small town again. Surely small towns and big cities both have some problems in terms of transport. In a small town, you have to own a car to make life comfortable. You can’t get around without one because there isn’t any kind of public transport. Big cities generally have heavy traffic and expensive parking, but there you have a choice of taking public transport, which is cheaper than driving. So, if you don’t have a car, you’d better live in the city. I also love the exciting life in big cities. I can always enjoy a lot of films, concerts, and other wonderful shows. However, these things are not common in small towns. The final thing I like about large cities is that you can meet different kinds of people. However, you seldom find such a variety of people in a smaller town. I think that living in an area where everyone was just like me would quickly become dull. Of course, safety should be considered, and that’s one area where small towns are better than big cities. Still, I would rather be a bit more careful and live in a large city than to feel safe but dull.

英语听力小短文篇二:小学英语听力阅读短文材料

一、 根据你在录音中听到的内容判断句子的对错,相符的在相应题号下的括号内打“√” , 不相符的打“×”。(10分)

Hello! I’m Jim. I’m an English boy. I’m 11 years old. I often get

up at 6:00 am. Then I go to school. I have lunch at 12:00a.m. In the afternoon, I play sports for two hours. I go back home at 5:00.p.m. On the weekend, I usually play chess with my friends. I like fall best. Because my birthday is in fall. It’s Sept. 2nd. I usually go hiking with my parents on that day.

( √√××√)

( ) 1. Jim is from England.

( ) 2. Jim is a student.

( )3.Jim plays sports on the weekend.

( ) 4. spring is Jim’s favourite season.

( )5. Jim usually goes hiking on Sept.2nd.

二、听短文,判断下列句子与所听内容是否相符,用“T”或“F”表 5分

May and Tom are classmates. They are eleven. They’re in Class Two, Grade Five. May likes collecting flower stamps and keeping goldfish. But Tom likes making model ships and collecting stamps.

Lily is May’s good friend. They’re not in the same class. Lily is in Class Three, Grade Five. But they go home together. Lily likes growing flowers..

All of them like listening to music.

()1. May, Tom and Lily are in the same grade.

()2. Lily and Tom are good friends.

()3. They all go home together.

()4. Tom and May both like collecting stamps.

()5. They all like listening to music and growing flowers.

三、听录音,完成表格打“√” (听两遍)6%

I’m Smith White. I’m an English teacher. I’m from the UK. I speak English and French. I like climbing. This is my student, Martin. He’s from the USA. He speaks English and Chinese. He likes collecting stamps. He has a good friend. Her name is Li Qi. She’s a Chinese girl. She speaks Chinese and English. She likes catching insects.

Passage 16

阅读短文,选出正确的答案,把序号填在括号里。 (A B A B B)

My name is Tom. I am a policeman. I eat dinner at 7:00 in the evening. Then I go to work at 9:00. I work at night. I go home at 5:00 in the morning. I eat breakfast at 6:00.Then I go to bed at 6:20.I often get up at 12:00 at noon. I eat lunch at 2:30.I play sports at about 3;00 in the afternoon. I watch TV at 6:30.This is my day. I enjoy my work. What about you?

()1、What is Tom’s job?A. He is a policeman. B. He is a

teacher.

()2、When does Tom go to work?A. At 9:00a.m. B. At 9:00p.m.

()3、Does Tom work at night?A. Yes, he does. B. No, he doesn’t

()4、When does Tom play sports? A. At 3:00 in the morning. B. At 3:00 in the afternoon.

()5、What is the Chinese meaning of “enjoy”?A. 厌恶. B. 喜欢.

Passage 13

阅读,根据短文判断对错。 (T T T F T)

I am Lucy. I come from USA. I have a happy family. There are six people in my family. They are my grandpa, grandma, father, mother, my sister and me. I am 11 years old now. My birthday is on Children’s Day. On that day, I can eat birthday cakes. I can go to the Children’s Center, too. I am very happy on my birthday. I like winter best. It often snows in America in winter. I can skate and make a snowman.

() 1. There are 6 people in my family.

() 2. My birthday is June 1st.

() 3. I am happy on Children’s Day.

() 4. I don’t like winter.

() 5. It often snows in America in summer.

Passage 7

阅读短文,选出正确的答案,把序号填在括号里。(C A C B B)

My name is Amy. I’m from America. I usually get up at 6:30, and I often go

hiking on the weekend. I like spring best. It’s windy and warm. And I like winter, too. Because my birthday is in December, and I can play with snow. Today my parents are going shopping. My brother is swinging in the garden. I’m watching

TV. Do you want to be my friend? My QQ number is 408981124, and my telephone number is 6678115.

( B. in spring C. on the weekend

( ) 2. What is Amy’s favorite season? A. Spring B. Winter C. Spring and winter

( A. her birthday is in DecemberB. she can play with snow C. A and

B.

( ) 4. Is Amy’s brother going shopping? A. Yes, he is.B. No, he isn’t.

C. Yes, he is swinging in the garden.

( ) 5.What is Amy’s telephone number?

A. 408981124 B. 6678115 C. 408981124 and 6678115

11. There are four people in my family .They are my father, my mother, my brother and I. My father is a worker. He works in a factory .My mother is a

teacher. She teaches in a middle school. Her students love her very much. I’m a schoolgirl .I like singing very much .I’m wearing a red dress .we are very happy.(C B B A C)

() 1.How many people are there in her family?

A. threeB. fiveC. four

() 2.What does her mother do?

A. a worker B. a teacher C. a doctor

() 3.The girl likes very much.

A. EnglishB. singingC. students

() 4.The girl is wearing aA. redB. green C. yellow

() 5. Are they happy?

A. Yes, we are. B. Yes, you are. C. Yes, they are.

12. I have a good friend. Her name is Linda. She is very beautiful. She has two big eyes and a small mouth. She and I are not in the same class, She is in class one and I in the class two. We all like our class. We like our friends ,too. 判断题 判断“T” “F" (T F T)

1. Linda is a beautiful girl.

2. We are in the same class.

3. We like our school and friends.

Passage 10

阅读短文,选出正确的答案,把序号填在括号里。(B B A B A)

I am Dick. I’m a policeman. I eat dinner at 7:00 in the evening. Then I go to

work at 9:00 in the evening. I go home at 5:00 in the morning. I eat breakfast at 6:00. Then I go to bed. I usually get up at 12:00 noon. I play sports at about 3:00 in the afternoon. I am a good policeman. That’s my day.

( ) 1. I am a __________. A. cleaner B. policeman

( ) 2. I usually go to work at __________. A. 7:00B. 9:00

( ) 3. I go home at _________. A. 5:00 B. 6:00.

( ) 4. Does Dick usually play football in the evening? A. Yes, he does. B. No, he doesn’t.

( ) 5.Is Dick a good policeman? A. Yes, he is. B. No, he isn’t. http://218.3.205.21:8080/soms/web/xuzhou/bc_vod_player.jsp?catalogId=203

英语听力小短文篇三:【小东教育】美国听力小短文

小东教育托福听力

TOEFL listening lecture1

Narrator

Listen to part of a lecture in biologyclass.

小东教育托福听力

Prof:

near the hive, say, oh, about 50 or 60 meters away, the scout flies in a round pattern, like a

circle. This tells the location, but not the direction, of the food site. If the site is farther away,

the scout does what's called a waggle dance. It flies in a pattern of ovals and vertical lines.

The speed of the waggle dance tells other bees how far away the food site is. The slower the

dance, the farther away the food. If the scout flies in a vertical line up the side of the beehive,

it's telling the foragers to fly directly toward the sun. If the scout flies vertically down the hive,

it's saying, "fly away from the sun." Up is toward, down is away. If the scout flies at an angle

to the hive, it's telling the foragers to fly neither toward nor away from the sun, but in

between. The bees have a special internal mechanism to know which angle they should fly,

based on the sun, the hive and the food site. They can also measure the distance they fly by

recording the motion of things they see as they flypast.

Now, um, one problem with von Frisch's theory had been this: It seems to take the forager bees a long time to reach the food site. That's why ... [false start] That's why scientists thought that perhaps it wasn't the waggle dance that led them there. For many years, scientists couldn't follow the foragers after they left the hive,. because they didn't have the technology. Just a few years ago, though,

TOEFL? based listening exercises (lectures) – Answerkeys

the British scientists solved this problem using a new type of radar. They were able to attach a, uh, small radio transmitter to forager bees -- I don't know how, but they did. This enabled them to follow the forager bees' flight after they left the hive. The radar showed that foragers, do, in fact, fly straight to the area of the food site. They don't follow the scout bee back to the site, because the scout goes into the hive after it finishes dancing. Well then, if the waggle dance does lead the foragers directly tothe

food site, why does it take so long for them to find the actual food? The answer is that the waggle dance leads the

foragers only to the general area of the food. It doesn't tell them the exact location of the flowers or plants that have the food. So the foragers have to spend a while flying around the area before they find the exact location of what they're looking for.

小东教育托福听力

These answer keys refer to the audio fileTOEFL_1_lecture.mp3

1. Which aspect of bee behavior does the professor mainlydiscuss?

(A) Reproduction

(B) Hibernation

(C) Organization

(D) Communication

2. Why does the professor mentioadar?

(A)

(B) (C)

(D)

(A) (B)

(C)

(D)

verticalline?

(A) toward thewest

(B) between sun andmoon

(C) toward thesun

(D) away from thesun

Narrator: Listen again to part of the passage and answer the following question(s).

(audio fileTOEFL_1_lecture_excerpt1.mp3)

Prof: Just a few years ago, though, the British scientists solved this problem using a new

type of radar. They were able to attach a, uh, small radio transmitter to forager bees -- I don't

know how, but theydid.

5. What does the professor imply when he says this: I don't know how, but theydid.

P

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(A) The scientists should have been morecareful.

(B) It is difficult to put transmitters onbees.

(C) It is not a good idea to use radar withbees.

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(D) He does not know how transmitterswork.

小东教育托福听力

6. What can be inferred about how forager bees findfood?

(A) They rely solely on the information from the waggledance.

(B) They rely completely upon their senses of sight andsmell.

(C) They use the waggle dance to reach the area of thefood.

(D) They use their senses to find the exact location offood.

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TOEFL? based listening exercises (lectures) – Answerkeys TOEFL listening lecture2

Narrator

Listen to part of a lecture in social scienceclass.

Prof: Today we're going to begin with a short quiz. No, no, you don't need pencil and paper, just listen. It's only one question. Ready? OK. What do blogs, Pokemon, tattoos, Cabbage Patch Kids, pet rocks, and hula hoops have in common?Anybody?

S1: They're all stupid.[laughter]

S2: I know, Professor Morgan. They're allfads.

Prof: trend, forexample.

become atrend.

Ahem [clears throat or coughs] Here's a third difference between fads and trends: how well industries accept them. Fads are often promoted by smaller companies. They need the quick money that fads provide. Large companies don't accept fads right away. They can't afford to be wrong. If someone [false start] If a company is known as a trend-setter, and it promotes a fad, its reputation will be damaged. Large companies buy products in huge numbers. They don't want unsold products sitting on their shelves. So they wait to see if a fad becomes a trend. Then they will accept it in their stores. Now...yes?

S2: How long does a fad have to last before it becomes a trend? I mean, there are all these energy drinks now. There used to be only a couple, but now there's like, a hundred. Are they still a fad? Exercise is a trend, so wouldn't energy drinks be part of the exercisetrend?

Prof: That's an excellent question! When exactly does a fad become a trend? Youknow,

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