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2013年12月大学英语四级考试(CET4)历年真题听力及答案!

2013年12月大学英语四级考试(CET4)历年真题听力及答案! 听力原文: 四级听力短对话 Question 1 M: After high school, I’d like t…

2013年12月大学英语四级考试(CET4)历年真题听力及答案!

听力原文:

四级听力短对话

Question 1

M: After high school, I’d like to go to college and major in business administration.

W: But I’d rather spend my college days finding out how children learn.

Q: What do we learn from the conversation?

2013年12月大学英语四级考试(CET4)历年真题听力及答案

Question 2

W: Is everything ready for the conference?

M: The only thing left to do is set up the microphones and speakers. They’ll be here in a few minutes.

Q: What preparations have yet to be made?

Question 3

W: Is it almost time to go home now? I’m so tired. I can hardly see straight.

M: Just a few more minutes, then we can go.

Q: What is the woman’s problem?

Question 4

W: I’m not sure what I’m in a mood for. Ice-cream or sandwiches? They are both really good here.

M: The movie starts in an hour. And we still have to get there and park. So just make a decision.

Q: What does the man mean?https://www.ienglishcn.com/

Question 5

W: Tom said he would come to repair our solar heater when he has time.

M: He often says he is willing to help, but he never seems to have time.

Q: What does the man imply about Tom?

Question 6

W: So you know that Sam turns down the job offered by the travel agency.

M: Yes. The hours were convenient. But if he had accepted it, he wouldn’t be able to make ends meet.

Q: What do we learn from the conversation?

Question 7

M: Could you tell me a bit about the business your company is doing?

W: We mainly deal with large volume buyers from western countries and our products have been well received.

Q: What business is the woman’s company doing?

Question 8

W: Yesterday I made reservations for my trip to Miami next month.

M: You must really be looking forward to it. You haven’t had any time off for at least two years.

Q: What is the woman going to do?

【四级听力长对话原文1】

M: Excuse me, I need some information about some of the towns near here.

W: What would you like to know?

M: Well, first, I’d like directions to go to Norwalk. I believe there is an interesting museum there. It isn’t far, is it?

W: No, not at all. Norwalk is about eighteen miles east of here on Route 7. And you’re right. It’s a wonderful little museum.

M: Oh good. Now what about Amitsville? I have some friends. I’d like to visit there and I also want to get to Newton. They are near each other, aren’t they?

W: Hmm… well, they are actually in opposite directions. Amitsville is northeast. It’s about thirty five miles northeast of here.

M: Huh-uh, thirty five miles northeast. And how about Newton?

W: Well, Newton is in the other direction. It’s southwest, so it isn’t really very close to Amitsville at all and it’s a long drive. It’s about fifty five miles southwest from here and the road is not at all straight.

M: Fifty five miles southwest! Well, maybe I won’t go there this time.

W: I’d recommend visiting Westfield or Great Town. They are both very close. Westfield is just seven miles west of here and Great Town is about five miles south. They are really pretty little towns with lots of old houses and beautiful tree-lined streets.

M: I see. Seven miles west to Westfield and five miles south to Great Town. Good. Well, I think that’s all the information I need for a while. Thank you. You’ve been very helpful.

W: You’re welcome, sir. I hope you enjoy your stay.

Q9: What does the man know about Norwalk?

Q10: What does the woman say about Amitsville and Newton?

Q11: What do we learn about Westfield and Great Town?

【四级听力长对话原文2】

M: Err… Sandra, I’ve finished with Mr. Gordon now. Do you think you could pop through in bringing me up-to-date on their arrangements for the Italian trip?

W: Certainly, Mr. Wilkinson. I’ll bring everything with me.

M: Right, take a seat. Now my first meeting is when?

W: Your first meeting is on Monday the 21st at 9a.m. with Dr. Gucci of Bancos en Piedra in Milan.

M: OK, so can I fly out early Monday morning?

W: Well, there is a flight to Lenarty Airport which leaves at six thirty London time and gets in at eight thirty Italian time.

M: Yeah, but that only leaves me thirty minutes to clear customs in getting to the city center and it means I have to check in by five thirty, which means leaving home at about four fifteen.

W: I’m afraid so.https://www.ienglishcn.com/

M: Hmm… not so keen on that. What’s the program for the rest of that day?

W: It’s quite full, I’m afraid. At eleven, you’re seeing Jeana Rivard at Meg Star and then you’ll have a lunch engagement with Gaven from the Chamber of Commerce at one.

M: Where’s that?

W: You’re meeting him at his office and then he’s taking you somewhere.

M: Good, that sounds fine. What about the afternoon?

W: Well, at three thirty, you’re seeing our sales representative there and then you’re free till evening.

M: I see. I seem to remember that I’m having a dinner with someone from Bergamo.

W: That’s right. And Mr. Betty from SAP Industries at eight.

Q12: What would the man like the woman to do?

Q13: At what time is Mr. Wilkinson going to leave home for the airport?

Q14: Who is Mr. Wilkinson going to have a lunch with on Monday?

Q15: What is most probably the woman’s job?

Part III Listening Comprehension

Passage 1

Donna Fredrick’s served with the Peace Corps for two years in Brazil. She joined the Peace Corps after she graduated from the college because she wanted to do something to help other people. She had been brought up on a farm, so the Peace Corps assigned her to a agricultural project. Before she went to Brazil, she studied Portuguese for three months. She also learnt a great deal about its history and culture. During her two years with the Peace Corps, Donna lived in a village in northeast Brazil. That part of Brazil is very dry and farming is often difficult there. Donna helped the people of the village to organise an arrigation project, and she also advised them on planting corps. They didn’t require much water. When Donna returned to the States, she couldn’t settle down. She tried several jobs, but they seemed very boring to her. She couldn’t get Brazil out of her mind. Finally, one day she got on an plane and went back to Brazil. She wasn’t sure what she’s going to do. She just wanted to be there. After a few weeks, Donna found a job as an English teacher, teaching five classes a day. Like most of the teachers, she doesn’t make much money. She shares a small apartment with another teacher. And she makes a little extra money by sending stories to newspapers in the States. Eventually she wants to quit teaching and work as a full-time journalist.

Question 16

Why did Donna join the Peace Corps after she graduated from college?

Question 17

What was Donna assigned to do in Brazil?

Question 18

Why did Donna go back to Brazil once again?

Question 19

How did Donna make extra money to support herself?

Passage 2

Results of a recent Harry’s pool on free time showed that the average work week for many Americans is 50 hours. With the time spent eating, sleeping and taking care of the household duties, there’s little time left for leisure activities for many Americans. However, having free time to relax and pursue hobbies is important. People need time away from the pressures of study or work to relax and enjoy time with friends and family. In many countries free time is spent in different ways. The results of a Harry’s pool showed that reading was the most popular spare time activity in the US. This was followed by watching TV. In a UK survey on leisure time activities, watching TV and videos was the most popular. Listening to the radio came second. In a similar survey conducted in Japan, the most popular free time activity was eating out. The second most popular activity was driving. There were also differences in the most popular outdoor pursuits between the three countries. The most popular outdoor activity for Americans was gardening. In the UK, it was going to the pub. In Japan, going to bars ranked eighth in popularity and gardening ranked ninth. Although people around the world may enjoy doing similar things in their free time, there’s evidence to suggest that these interests are changing. In the US, for example, the popularity of computer activities is increasing. Many more people in the States are spending their free time surfing the web, emailing friends or playing games online.

Question 20

What is the recent Harry Pole about?

Question 21

What was the most popular leisure activity in the US?

Question 22

What was the most popular outdoor pursuit in the UK?
Passage 3

On March 13th, while on duty Charles Mclaughlin, a very careless driver employed by the company Lummis was involved in another accident. The accident occurred in Riverside California. Not paying attention to his driving, Mclaughlin turned right on main street and 33rd street and hit Volkswagen rabbit. This caused minor damage to his truck and serious damage to the car. On the basis of the police report, the Lummis accident committee correctly determined that Mclaughlin had been quite careless. As a result of the committee’s conclusion, the branch manager Mr. David Rossi reported that he had talked with Mclaughlin about his extremely poor driving record. Further evidence of Mclaughlin’s irresponsibility occurred on May 6th when he was returning from his shift. That day he ran into a roll-up door at the Lummis facility in Valero, causing significant damage to the door. Damage to the truck, however, was minor. Finally, on June 7th, Mclaughlin once again demonstrated his carelessness by knocking down several mail boxes near the edge of the company’s parking lot. There was damage to the mailboxes and minor damage to the truck. Mr. David Rossi stated that he had spoken with Mclaughlin on several occasions about his driving record. He added that he had warned Mclaughlin that three preventable accidents in one year could lead to his discharge, as indeed it should.

23. What did the Lummis accident committee find out about the accident that occurred on March 13th?

24. What did Mclaughlin do on June 7th near the edge of the company’s parking lot?

25. What is most probably going to happen to Mclaughlin?

听力填空原文

When Captain Cook asked the chiefs in Tahiti why they always ate (26)apart and alone, they replied, “Because it is right.” If we ask Americans why they eat with knives and forks, or why their men wear pants (27)instead of skirts or why they may be married to only one person at a time, we are likely to get (28)similar and very uninformative answers: “Because it’s right.” “Because that’s the way it’s done.” “Because it’s the(29)custom.” Or even “I don’t know.” The reason for these and countless other patterns of social behavior is that they are(30) controlled by social norms – shared rules or guidelines which prescribe the behavior that is appropriate in a given situation. Norms (31)define how people “ought to” behave under particular circumstances in a particular society. We conform (遵守) to norms so readily that we are hardly aware they (32)exist. In fact we are much more likely to notice (33)departures from norms than conformity to them. You would not be surprised if a stranger tried to shake hands when you were introduced, but you might be a little (34)startled if they bowed, started to stroke you or kissed you on both (35)cheeks. Yet each of these other forms of greeting is appropriate in other parts of the world. When we visit another society whose norms are different, we quickly become aware that things we do this way, they do that way.

听力试题

PartⅡListening Comprehension(30 minutes)

Section A

Directions: In this section, you will hear 8 short conversations and 2 long conversations. At the end of each conversation, one or more questions will be asked about what was said. Both the conversation and the questions will be spoken only once. After each question there will be a pause. During the pause, you must read the four choices marked A), B), C) and D), and decide which is the best answer. Then mark the corresponding letter on Answer Sheet 1 with a single line through the centre.

1. A) The woman is now working in a kindergarten.

B) The man will soon start a business of his own.

C) The man would like to be a high school teacher.

D) The woman is going to major in child education.

2. A) The furniture has to be rearranged.

B) The sound equipment has to be set up.

C) The conference room has to be cleaned.

D) The video machine has to be checked.

3. A) She is exhausted.

B) She is near-sighted.

C) She cannot finish work in time.

D) She cannot go straight home.

4. A) The woman is too particular about food.

B) He would rather have a meal an hour later.

C) The woman should order her food quickly.

D) He usually prefers ice-cream to sandwiches.

5. A) He is not a good mechanic.

B) He doesn’t keep his promises.

C) He spends his spare time doing repairs.

D) He is always ready to offer help to others.

6. A) Sam has a big family to support.

B) Sam is not interested in traveling.

C) The pay offered by the travel agency is too low.

D) The work hours in the travel agency arc too long

7. A) International trade.

B) Product development.

C) Financial consulting.

D) Domestic retailing.

8. A) Go on a business trip.

B) Look for a job in Miami.

C) Make a ticket reservation.

D) Take a vacation.

Questions 9 to 11 are based on the conversation you have just heard.

9. A) It is located on Route 18.

B) It has an interesting museum.

C) It is a beautiful little town.

D) It lies seven miles east of Newton.

10. A) They are in opposite directions.

B) They are fifty-five miles apart.

C) They are quite close to each other.

D) They are a long drive from Norwalk.

11. A) They are connected by Route

B) They are crowded with tourists.

C) They have lots of old houses.

D) They have many rare plants.

Questions 12 to 15 are based on the conversation you have just heard.

12. A) Bring him up to date on the current situation in Milan.

B) Inform him of the arrangements for his trip in Italy.

C) Fetch the documents signed by Mr. Gartner.

D) Accompany Mr. Gartner to the Linate airport.

13. A) About 8:30. B) About 6:30. C) About 5:30. D) About 4:15.

14. A) Mr. Gartner from Milan.

B) Gianni Riva at Megastar.

C) The company’s sales representative.

D) Gavin from the Chamber of Commerce.

15. A) Travel agent. B) Business manager. C) Secretary. D) Saleswoman.

Section B

Directions: In this section, you will hear 3 short passages. At the end of each passage, you will hear some questions. Both the passage and the questions will be spoken only once. After you hear a question, you must choose the best answer from the four choices marked A), B), C) and D). Then mark the corresponding letter on Answer Sheet 1 with a single line through the centre.

Passage One

Questions 16 to 19 are based on the conversation you have just heard.

16. A) She had a desire to help others.

B) She wanted to find out more about it.

C) She needed some overseas experience.

D) She was interested in farming.

17. A) Carry out a cultural exchange program.

B) Work on an agricultural project.

C) Learn Portuguese.

D) Teach English.

18. A) She found it difficult to secure a job in her own country.

B) She wanted to renew her contact with the Peace Corps.

C) She was invited to work as an English teacher.

D) She could not get the country out of her mind.

19. A) By teaching additional English classes.

B) By writing stories for American newspapers.

C) By working part time for the Peace Corps.

D) By doing odd jobs for local institutions.

Passage Two

Questions 20 to 22 are based on the passage you have just heard.

20. A) Time spent exercising.

B) Time spent working.https://www.ienglishcn.com/

C) Time spent on leisure activities.

D) Time spent with friends and family.

21. A) Reading. B) Surfing the Web. C) Eating out. D) Watching TV.

22. A) Driving. B) Gardening. C) Going to the pub. D) Visiting friends.

Passage Three

Questions 23 to 25 are based on the passage you have just heard.

23. A) The car driver was trying to avoid hitting a rabbit.

B) The car driver was partly responsible for the accident.

C) McLaughlin was talking to his manager while driving.

D) McLaughlin’s carelessness resulted in the collision.

24. A) He crashed into a car parked there.

B) He knocked down several mailboxes.

C) He tore down the company’s main gate.

D) He did serious damage to a loaded truck.

25. A) He will lose his job.

B) He will have to pay damages.

C) He will be fined heavily.

D) He will receive retraining.

Section C

Directions: In this section, you will hear a passage three times. When the passage is read for the first time, you should listen carefully for its general idea. When the passage is read for the second time, you are required to fill in the blanks with the exact words you have just heard. Finally, when the passage is read for the third time, you should check what you have written.

When Captain Cook asked the chiefs in Tahiti why they always ate __26__, they replied. “Because it is right.” If we ask Americans why they eat with knives and forks, or why their men wear pants __27__ skirts, or why they may be married to only one person at a time, we are likely to get __28__ and very uninformative answers: “Because it’s right. ” “Because that’s the way it’s done.” “Because it’s the __29__. ” Or even “I don’t know. ” The reason for these and countless other patterns of social behavior is that they are __30__ by social norms-shared rules or guidelines which prescribe the behavior that is appropriate in a given situation. Norms __31__ how people “ought” to behave under particular circumstances in a particular society. We conform(遵守) to norms so readily that we are hardly aware they __32__. In fact, we are much more likely to notice __33__ from norms than conformity to them. You would not be surprised if a stranger tried to shake hands when you were introduced, but you might be a little __34__ if they bowed, started to stroke you, or kissed you on both __35__ Yet each of these other forms of greeting is appropriate in other parts of the world. When we visit another society whose norms are different, we quickly become aware that things we do this way, they do that way.

听力答案

1.D The woman is going to major in child education.

2.B The sound equipment has to be set up.

3.A She is exhausted.

4.C The woman should order her food quickly.

5. B He doesn’t keep his promises.

6.C The pay offer by the travel agency is too low.

7.A International trade.

8.D Take a vacation.

9. B) It has an interesting museum.

10. A) They are in opposite directions.

11. C) They have lots of old houses.

12. B) Inform him of the arrangements for his trip in Italy.

13. D) About 4:15.

14. D) Gavin from the Chamber of Commerce.

15. C) Secretary.

16. A She had a desire to help others.

17. B Work on an agricultural project.

18. D She could not get the country out of her mind.

19. B By writing stories for American newspaper.

20. C Time spent on leisure activities.

21. A Reading.

22. C Going to the pub.

23. D) Mclaughlin’s carelessness resulted in the collision.

24. B) He knocked down several mailboxes.

25. A) He will lose his job.

26. apart and alone

27. instead of

28. similar

29. custom

30. controlled

31. define

32. exist

33. departures

34. startled

35. cheeks

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