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【听力教程】初级英语听力 lesson 2  

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Joanna: Where did you go yesterday?

Frank1: I went to Croydon.

Joanna: Did you go shopping?

Frank: No, I went for an interview.

Joanna: Oh, did you get a job?

Frank: Yes, I got a job as a Management Trainee2.

Joanna: Fantastic.

Angela: How did you get on in your exam?

Bob: I failed.

Angela: Oh, I am sorry. What are you going to do now?

Bob: I'm going to take it again, of course.

Angela: When are you going to take it?

Bob: I'm definitely3 not going to take it until next year.

Assistant: Good morning.

Tim: Good morning. Would you have a look at this watch, please? It doesn't keep good time.

Assistant: Yes, of course.

Gaby: Let's have a party.

Edward: What a good idea. When shall we have it?

Gaby: What about Saturday evening?

Edward: Fine, and where shall we have it?

Gaby: In your flat.

Edward: Oh, you know what my landlady's like. She won't let us have a party there.

Gaby: Let's ask Doris. Perhaps we can have it in her flat.

    My husband and I don't like the schools in our area. We don't think the teachers are very good, and the children don't learn very much. Some children at these schools can't read, it's terrible. Go to the schools and look: the children fight; some of them even smoke and drink. No, our children can have a better education at home with us. After all, we are both teachers.

1. object

2. get dark

3. music

4. grow

5. sunshine

6. bright

7. place

8. electricity

9. coffee

10. evening

11. relax

12. expensive

13. cheap

14. repair

1. someone

2. chase4

3. brush

4. teeth

5. throw out

6. sharpen5

7. homework

8. bathroom

9. run

10. warm

11. trash

12. go to bed

1. more

2. below

3. on the left

4. egg

5. next to the last

6. shelf

7. pillow

8. pair of

1. put

2. sheet

3. lying down

4. eye

5. using

6. smiling

7. older

8. couch6

1. family

2. father

3. mother

4. husband

5. pair of shorts

6. tree

7. backyard

8. son

9. daughter

10. sister

11. flowers

12. sun

13. cloud

14. children

15. call

16. supper

17. time

1. Los Angeles to Chicago: two thousand and fifty-four

2. Houston to Miami: one thousand one hundred and ninety

3. Detroit to New York: six hundred thirty-seven

4. Miami to Los Angeles: two thousand six hundred and eighty-seven

5. Detroit to Houston: one thousand two hundred and sixty-five

6. New York to Los Angeles: two thousand seven hundred and eighty-six

7. Houston to New York: one thousand six hundred and eight

8. Chicago to Miami: one thousand three hundred and twenty-nine

9. Detroit to Chicago: two hundred and sixty-six

10. Chicago to Houston: one thousand sixty-seven

1. Cairo: five million four hundred thousand

2. London: six million nine hundred thousand

3. New York: seven million

4. Tokyo: eight million five hundred thousand

5. Sao Paulo: twelve million six hundred thousand

6. Peking: nine million

7. Bombay: eight million two hundred thousand

8. Moscow: eight million eleven thousand

1. one dime7

2. one nickel8 and one penny

3. one quarter and one dime

4. two nickels9

5. two quarters and a penny

6. two dimes10 and a penny

7. two dimes and two nickels

8. two pennies, two nickels and two dimes

9. one penny, one nickel and two dimes

10. two quarters, two nickels and two dimes

Do you like my new shoes?

Oh, yes. Aren't they smart?

Thank you.

Did you remember to get the bread?

Well, I remember walking past the Baker's shop.

But you forgot to get the bread.

I'm afraid so. I don't remember you telling me to get it.

Well, I certainly did. In fact, I reminded you to get it at lunch time.

I've run out of money.

How much money do you need?

Oh, about ten pounds.

Can't you make do with five pounds?

No. That's not enough.

Speaker: Welcome to our conference, ladies and gentlemen. Can you tell me where you come from? First, the girl over there with the fair hair. Your name's Lisa, isn't it?

Lisa: That's right. I'm Lisa. I come from Germany. I'm German.

Speaker: Thank you, Lisa. Now the tall man with the black hair. Is your name Tony?

Tony: That's right. I'm Tony. I come from Italy. I'm Italian.

Speaker: Welcome, Tony. And now, the small girl on the left. What's your name?

Francoise: Francoise.

Speaker: And where do you come from?

Francoise: I'm French. I come from France.

Speaker: Welcome to the conference, Francoise. And now it's time for coffee. Can you please come back in half an hour?

Speaker: Now the coffee break is over. We have people from ten different countries here. Please write their countries and nationalities. You know Lisa and Tony and Francoise.

1. Lisa comes from Germany. She's German.

2. Tony comes from Italy. He's Italian.

3. Francoise comes from France. She's French.

4. Carmen comes from Spain. She's Spanish.

5. Hans comes from Holland. He's Dutch.

6. George comes from Brazil, He's Brazilian.

7. Ingrid comes from Sweden. She's Swedish.

8. Maria comes from Venezuela. She's Venezuelan.

9. Skouros comes from Greece. He's Greek.

10. Ahmad comes from Egypt. He's Egyptian.

1. dictionary

2. to clean house

3. cleaning lady

4. housewife

5. different

6. younger

7. older

8. sheet

9. blanket

10. easy chair

1. to drink with

2. to eat with

3. youngest

4. oldest

5. busiest

6. heaviest

7. sharpest

8. to the left

9. to the right

1. sell

2. ice cream

3. ice cream cone11

4. cents

5. lady

6. park

7. bench

8. typist

9. office

10. story

11. next

1. little

2. student

3. teacher

4. draw

5. beautiful

6. adult

7. children

1. a nickel

2. two nickels

3. a dime

4. two dimes

5. a quarter

6. two quarters

7. three nickels

8. three dimes

9. three quarters

10. five dimes

11. a dime and a nickel

12. two pennies and a nickel

13. two dimes and a nickel

14. two dimes and two nickels

15. two pennies and a quarter

16. two dimes and two quarters

17. two nickels and two quarters

18. three dimes and two quarters

19. two nickels and three quarters

20. a dime, a nickel and a quarter

Assistant: Good afternoon. Can I help you?

George: Have you got any envelopes, please?

Assistant: Yes, here you are.

George: Thank you. How much is that?

Assistant: Fifty pence12, please.

George: Thank you.

George: How much is that?

Assistant: Fifty pence, please.

Instructor13: George gives the assistant a pound. How much change does he get?

George wants a bottle of aspirins, a tube of toothpaste, and a film for his camera. He can buy all of them at his local chemist's. He's talking to the shop assistant. Listen.

George: I'd like a bottle of aspirins, please.

Assistant: A large one or a small one?

George: A large one, please.

Assistant: That's eighty-seven pence.

George: And a tube of toothpaste. A large one.

Assistant: That's fifty-six pence.

George: Oh, yes. And a film for this camera. Twenty exposures14.

Assistant: Hmmmm. Twenty exposures. That's one pound seventy-two.

George: Right. Here you are. Five pounds. Thank you very much.

Assistant: Don't forget your change, sir.

What kind of money do you have in England?

Oh, we have pounds and pennies.

What coins do you have?

The fifty-pence's the biggest, and the halfpenny is the smallest.

Really? In America, the biggest is the fifty-cents, and the smallest is the cent. When do you start school?

Five.

Really? How interesting! What sports are popular?

Well, lots of people play tennis and football.

1. Something's cooking on the stove.

2. Something's chasing15 a cat.

3. Someone's brushing his teeth.

4. Someone's throwing out something.

5. Someone's watching a dog and a cat.

6. Someone's sharpening16 a pencil.

7. Someone's shutting a door.

8. Someone's cleaning her house.

9. Someone's cooking some food.

10. Someone's opening a window.

11. Someone wants to do his homework.

12. Someone's looking out of a window.

13. Someone's wearing glasses.

14. The stove's hot.

15. Two people are outside.

16. Someone's in the bathroom.

17. The door's closing.

18. The cat's running fast.

19. Someone's in the kitchen.

20. Someone's too warm and is opening a window.

21. Someone's too cold and is doing something.

22. Someone's throwing out the trash.

23. A man is watching someone who's outside the house.

24. We don't want these animals in the house.

25. Someone wants clean teeth.

26. Someone wants a clean house.

27. Someone wants a sharp pencil.

28. Someone wants hot food.

29. Someone's sitting down outdoors.

30. Someone's brushing his teeth before going to bed.

Hello, I want a cab17.

OK. What address is it?

1120 East 32nd Street.

Right. The cab will be there in a few minutes.

What's your job?

I'm an accountant.

Oh! Do you enjoy it?

No. I don't really like it. It's boring.

Where do you come from?

Indonesia.

Oh! Which part?

Jakarta.

Really?

Can you speak German?

Yes, I can. I speak it very well.

Where did you learn it?

I lived in Germany when I was a child.

What else can you speak?

Well, I know a little Italian.

I think a businessman should be good-looking.

No, I don't agree.

Would you like a drink?

No, thank you. I don't drink.

Are you sure?

Yes. I'm quite sure. Thank you very much.

What about a soft drink then?

Oh, alright. Lemonade would be fine.

Thank you very much for the meal.

Not at all. I'm glad you could come.

You must come and have a meal with me some time.

Yes. That would be nice.

Have you heard about the Prime18 Minister?

No.

She's gone to China!

Really!

How do you spell interesting?

I-N-T-E-R-E-S-T-I-N-G.

Thank you very much.

Would you mind passing the salt, please?

Certainly.




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