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2010年12月大学英语六级考试(CET6)听力真题

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概要:为了帮助大家备考12月的大学英语六级考试听力,拿到听力的高分,从本期开始我们为大家整理了历年大学英语六级考试的听力真题,供大家参考,希望对大家有帮助。Section A短对话(11~18)11W: This is one of our best and least expensive two-bedroom listings. It’s located in a quiet building and it’s close to bus lines.M: That maybe true. But look at it, it’s awful, the paint has peeled off and carpet is worn and the stove is ancient.Q: What can we infer from the conversation?12M: The pictures we took at the botanical garden should be ready tomorrow.W: I can’t wait to
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为了帮助大家备考12月的大学英语六级考试听力,拿到听力的高分,从本期开始我们为大家整理了历年大学英语六级考试的听力真题,供大家参考,希望对大家有帮助。

Section A
短对话(11~18)
11
W: This is one of our best and least expensive two-bedroom listings. It’s located in a quiet building and it’s close to bus lines.
M: That maybe true. But look at it, it’s awful, the paint has peeled off and carpet is worn and the stove is ancient.
Q: What can we infer from the conversation?

12
M: The pictures we took at the botanical garden should be ready tomorrow.
W: I can’t wait to see them, I’m wondering if the shots I took are as good as I thought.
Q: What is the woman eager to know?

13
W: The handle of the suitcase is broken. Can you have it fixed by next Tuesday?
M: Let me see, I need to find a handle that matches but that shouldn’t take too long.
Q: What does the man mean?

14
M: This truck looks like what I need but I’m worried about maintenance. For us it’ll have to operate for long periods of time in very cold temperatures.
W: We have several models that are especially adaptive for extreme conditions. Would you like to see them?
Q: What do we learn about the man from the conversation?


15
M: I think your boss would be very upset when he gets your letter of resignation.
W: That may be so. But in the letter, I just told him frankly I could no longer live with his poor management and stupid decisions.
Q: What do we learn about the woman?

16
W I’d like to exchange the shirt. I’ve learned that the person bought it for allergic to wool.
M Maybe we can find something in cotton or silk. Please come this way.
Q;What does the women want to do?

17
M: Excuse me, Miss?Did anyone happen to turn in a new handbag? You know, it’s a birthday gift for my wife.
W: Let me see. Oh, we’ve got quite a lot of women’s bags here. Can you give me more detailed information, such as the color, the size and the trademark?
Q: Where does this conversation most probably take place?

18
M What are you going to do with the old house you are in heritage from your grandfather?
W I once intended to sell it, but now, I’m thinking of turning it into a guest house, because it's still a solid structure.
Q: What does the man plan to do with his old house?

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长对话(19~25)
W: When you write a novel, do you know where you’re going, Dr. James?
M: Yes, you must, really, if you’re writing the classical detective story, because it must be so carefully plotted and so carefully clued. I have schemes. I have charts. I have diagrams. It doesn’t mean to say that I always get it right, but I do plan before I begin writing. But what is so fascinating is how a book changes during the process of writing. It seems to me that creative writing is a process of revelation, really, rather than of creativity in the ordinary sense.
W: When you’re planning the basic structure, do you like to go away to be sure that you’re by yourself?
M: I need to be by myself certainly, absolutely. I can’t even bare anybody else in the house. I don’t mind much where I am as long as I’ve got enough space to write, but I need to be completely alone.
W: Is that very important to you?
M: Oh, yes. I’ve never been lonely in all my life.
W: How extraordinary! Never?
M: No, never.
W: You’re very lucky. Someone once said that there’s a bit of ice at the heart of every writer.
M: Yes. I think this is true. The writer can stand aside from experience and look at it, watch it happening. There is this ‘detachment’ and I realize that there are obviously experiences which would overwhelm everyone. But very often, a writer can appear to stand aside, and this detachment makes people feel there’s a bit of ice in the heart.

Questions 19 to 21 are based on the conversation you have just heard.

19. What is the key to write a good classical detective story according to the man?
20. What does the man mainly need when working on a book?
21. What does the man say about writers?

W: There is an element there about competition then, isn’t there? Because British railways are a nationalized industry. There’s only one railway system in the country. If you don’t like a particular kind of big beans, you can go and buy another. But if you don't like a particular railway, you can’t go and use another.
M: Some people who write to me say this. They say that if you didn’t have monopoly, you wouldn’t be able to do the things you do. Well, I don’t think we do anything deliberately to upset our customers. We have particular problems. Since 1946, when the Transport Act came in, we were nationalized.

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