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新视野大学英语听说教程第一册unit 1

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Unit 1

Warming Up

Welcome to Click here for Language Learning, the home of live, natural online language learning.

Click Here for Language Learning helps you improve your language skills, and offers the most positive1 learning experience you may ever have. Whether you’re learning English, Chinese, French, Spanish, or any other language, just click here! Using the latest2 technology, we offer foreign language classes at a minimal3 cost and give you a learning experience unlike any other.

Click Here for Language Learning provides constant feedback(回馈,反馈) so you’ll feel confident in your ability to speak, listen, write, and read the foreign language of your choice.

Click Here for Language Learning is a click towards success, and you can start learning from home today! You can learn a foreign language on your own schedule, whenever it’s convenient, on CD-ROM or online.

Click Here for Language Learning helps you learn a second language as naturally as learning your first!

注释:

1. positive a. 积极的,肯定的,明确的

passive a. 被动的,消极的

negative a. 否定的,反面的,消极的

2. late—later—latest

late a. (原级)迟的,晚的

later a. (比较级)更迟的,更晚的

latter a. (位于the, this, these后)后面的;〔the latter〕后者

latest a. (最高级)最迟的,最晚的,最新的

3. minimal a. 最小的,最低的

minimize vt. 使…成极少,减到最少

minimum n. 最少

maximize vt. 把…增大(扩大)到最大限度

maximum n. 最大量,最高值

Understanding Short Conversations

Now you will hear ten short conversations. A question will follow each conversation. Listen carefully and choose the best answer from the four possible choices.

1. W: I saw an ad on the Internet about online language studies.

M: Me too. I saw an ad for, “Click Here for Language Learning”.

Q: What do the man and the woman have in common1?

2. M: You have to be 18 years old to enter some online language classes.

W: Really? I had no idea that there was a minimum age required for some classes.

Q: What did the woman NOT know about online language classes before?

3. M: Unlike regular classes, online classes can be taken at your home.

W: That’s exactly why I decided to begin studying online!

Q: Why did the woman decide to study online?

4. W: I keep on making2 new friends as I study online.

M: So do I! There are so many people online, and I want to meet them all!

Q: What is one benefit of studying online?

5. M: My online teacher asked the class for suggestions to make the class better.

W: That’s great! I always like it when a teacher does that.

Q: What did the man’s teacher want to do?

6. M: I had no idea that online language learning could be so effective!

W: It sure has helped me practice my language skills!

Q: What is it about online language learning that surprised the man?

7. M: My classmates and I help each other solve homework problems online.

W: It sounds like you’re using the Internet in a useful way.

Q: What does the man do online?

8. M: Online learning is ideal for anyone who doesn’t have time to travel to school.

W: Yes, but it also has its own challenges.

Q: What does the woman have to say about online learning?

9. M: Virtual classroom are changing how students study!

W: They sure are! And I, for one, am very excited about it.

Q: According to the man, what is happening to students because of virtual classrooms?

10. M: What advice did your professor give you?

W: He said that taking an online class would help me learn.

Q: What did the woman’s professor suggest?

注释:

1. have sth. in common 在…有共同点

have much in common 在...有很多共同点

have nothing in common 在…没有共同点

2. keep on doing 继续做,坚持做

keep sb. on 继续雇用某人

keep on about sth. 继续谈论某事

keep on at sb. 不断地向某人提出请求不断地抱怨(纠缠,困扰)某人

Understanding a Long Conversation

Now you will hear a long conversation followed by five questions. Listen carefully and choose the best answer from the four possible choices.

W: How’s your new online class, Bill? Is it everything you had hoped for?

M: It’s everything and more, Susan. You should give it a try!

W: Oh, really? What’s the best thing about it?

M: In an online class, you talk with others over the Internet. Since they are not right next to1 you, they don’t bother you so much.

W: That sounds great! I took a class with someone who would make me feel small whenever I made a mistake. He would tell me how stupid I was and intimidate(威胁,恐吓) me so that I never wanted to participate.

M: Not a problem in the virtual classroom. How would you like to sign up2? I think that you could start on the third of next month.

W: I don’t know, Bill. You know all those problems about having difficult people in the classroom?

M: Yeah?

W: We don’t really have them anymore since you left.

1. Which of the following is NOT true about Bill?

2. According to Bill, why are other students NOT a concern in an online class?

3. Why did Susan NOT like to participate in class?

4. When could Susan start studying online?

5. Why did Susan NOT make up her mind to join online class?

注释:

1. next: a. 其次的,紧接的

next to 1) 仅次于 2)靠近,贴近

2.sign: n. 记号,符号;预兆,迹象;标记,牌子

vt. 签名;做手势,打信号

sign in 签到;记录某人到达的时间

sign out 用签名的办法记录某人离开的时间

sign up 签约参加工作(或组织,活动等)

Understanding a Passage

Now you will hear a passage followed by five questions. Listen carefully and choose the best answer from the four possible choices.

The first requirement for my online language class was to meet in an online forum(论坛). I entered the forum early and saw students appear on the screen one after another. Strangely enough, when it was time to begin, the teacher still hadn’t shown up1. However, we began sharing information and talking about the new class. Unlike me, all of the other students were new to the online class. I told them about my experience and my thoughts. Then I noticed something. There were 27 people in the forum. This was strange because I know there were only 26 people in the class.

“Hey,”I wrote, “which one of you is the teacher?”

The teacher made herself known at last. She said that she wanted to get our honest opinions about the online class. Also, she wanted to have a little fun with us. “Humor will be important in my class,”she said.

1. What was the first requirement of the online class?

2. What was strange about the beginning of the online class?

3. How were the other students different than the speaker?

4. What did the speaker notice?

5. Why did the teacher NOT make herself known to the class at first?

注释:

1. show: vt. 展示,显示;露出;展出,陈列;

n. 展示,展览;演出

show up 揭露,拆穿;显眼,露出;出席,到场

show off 炫耀,卖弄;使显眼

Homework

Supplementary Listening

Task 1

Now you will hear a long conversation followed by five questions. Listen carefully and choose the best answer from the four possible choices.

M: All right, everyone. Good work. That’s all for today’s class. Does anyone have any questions?

W: Excuse me, Professor. I have a question. I’m worried about my English skills. I get good marks on tests, but I don’t feel that I’m learning a lot.

M: Not exactly a question is it, Winnie? But it’s a good concern. Many advanced English learners have a large “passive vocabulary”, but they worry about their “active vocabulary”. They can understand many difficult English words when reading or listening, but they don’t use most of them when speaking or writing in English. They feel this is a problem. They would like to use all the difficult words that they know.

W: Do you think that I use too few words?

M: That’s not what I’m saying at all. Actually, I’m saying the opposite thing.

W: I’m afraid I don’t understand.

M: In your native language, there are also thousands of words that you understand but you don’t use. So your active vocabulary in your native language is much smaller than your passive vocabulary. And I guess that you are not worried about that.

W: No, I’m not. But I would like to use the new words that I learn in my English classes. How else am I going to remember them?

M: Now that’s a very good question.

W: I was hoping that you had an answer to this question.

M: Winnie, you don’t need to worry about using“too few”English words. As your needs for different things grow, you will be able to use your new words more and more. I think you’d be surprised by how much you know.

W: So your advice to me is “Don’t worry.”? Now I’m worried that I’m paying too much for school.

1. Who are likely to worry about their active vocabulary?

2. What is “active vocabulary”according to the professor?

3. What do many English learners want to do?

4. What does the professor say about vocabulary in one’s native language?

5. What does the professor want to tell Winnie?

Task 2

Now you will hear a passage followed by five questions. Listen carefully and choose the best answer from the four possible choices.

The biggest problem most people face in learning English is their own fear. They worry that they won’t say things correctly so they don’t speak English at all. Don’t do this. Don’t let a little fear stop you from getting1 what you want.

The best way to learn English is to surround yourself with it. The more English material you have around you, the faster you will learn and the more likely you will begin thinking in English.

Music can be a very effective tool to learning English. The best way is to use the lyrics(歌词) and try to read them as the artist sings. This way you can practice your listening and reading at the same time.

Watching English movies is not only fun but also very effective. By watching English movies, you can expand2 your vocabulary and learn the natural flows of speech from actors.

1. What is the biggest problem that many English learners have?

2. Why do some English learners NOT speak English at all?

3. What is the best way to learn English according to the speaker?

4. What is the best way to learn English through music?

5. How can you benefit from watching English movies?

注释:

1. stop sb. from doing

keep sb. from doing 阻止某人做某事

prevent sb. from doing

2. expand: vt. 使膨胀,使扩充,扩大,发展

extend: vt. 伸长,延伸,扩大,扩展

extent: n. 广度,宽度,长度,范围,程度

答案

Unit 1

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Short Conversations1.B 2. C 3. A 4.C 5.D 6.C 7. C 8.A 9.B 10.D

Long Conversation1.A 2. B 3.B 4. D 5. A

Understanding a Passage1. A 2.A 3. C 4. D 5. D

Understanding a Movie Speech

1.honored, 2.interesting 3.invitation, 4.great, 5.wise,

6.reason, 7.key, 8.sense, 9.impressions, 10. importantly

Homework Listening Task 11.D 2. D 3.A 4.B 5.D Task 21.B 2.B 3.D 4.A 5.C

Task 3 1. added, 2.agreed, 3.create 4.increasingly important, 5.graduate,

6.expanded , 7.included, 8.the most commonly taught language, 9.followed, 10.language program
 

 

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