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雅思30天倒计时基本功训练:综合训练

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passerby 时间:2008-10-29 11:00  284次点击 | 0 关注

  Part I:单词与短语

  bullfight n.斗牛;drunk n. & adj.醉汉,醉酒的;wander vi.溜达,乱逛;ring n.角斗圈; be unaware of 没有意识到;be busy with忙于。。。;matador n.斗牛士;catch sight of (动词词组)看见;shout rude remarks 喊叫着粗话;apparently adv.明显地;be sensitive to 对。。。敏感的;criticism n.批评;forget all about…将。。。忘到脑后;charge at 冲向;be sure of oneself对自己很有数;clumsily adv.笨拙地;step aside (动词短语)踱步到一边;break into cheers 爆发出欢呼声;bow (v.)鞠躬;drag sb. to safety 把某人拖拉至安全之处;feel sorry for sb.为某人感到伤感;look on…一直注目着。。。;sympathetically adv.充满同情地;out of the way离开;turn attention to…将注意力转向

  Part II:语法学习

  没有新内容,是已学知识的综合运用。

  Part III:综合训练

  (1) a bullfight, a drunk suddenly wandered into the middle of the ring. The crowd began (2) shout, (3) the drunk was unaware (4) the danger. The bull was busy (5) the matador/bullfighter at the time, (6) it suddenly caught sight (7) the drunk (8) was shouting rude remarks (9) waving a red cap. Apparently sensitive (10) criticism, the bull forgot all about the matador/bullfighter (11) charged (12) the drunk. The crowd suddenly grew quiet. The drunk, (13), seemed quite sure (14) himself. When the bull got close to him, he clumsily stepped aside (15) let it pass. Te crowd broke into cheers (16) the drunk bowed. By this time, (17), three men had come into the ring (18) they quickly dragged the drunk (19) safety. Even the bull seemed (20) feel sorry for him, (21) it looked on sympathetically (22) the drunk was out of the way (23) once more turning its attention to the matador/bullfighter.

  答案:

  (1) During; (2) to; (3) but; (4) of; (5) with; (6) but; (7) of; (8) who; (9) and; (10) to; (11) and; (12) at; (13) however; (14) of; (15) to; (16) and; (17) however; (18) and; (19) to; (20) to; (21) for; (22) until; (23) before

  Part IV:句子翻译

  1. 在一次斗牛中,一个醉汉突然晃晃悠悠地进入围栏中间。人群开始大喊,但这个醉汉并没有意识到危险。

  2. 公牛当时在忙着对付斗牛士,但它突然看见了在喊着粗鲁的脏话并且在挥动着一个红帽子的醉汉。

  3. 显然是对于责骂极为敏感了,公牛把斗牛士凉在一边,朝着醉汉直冲而去。

  4. 人群突然变得安静下来。然而醉汉却似乎对自己非常有把握。当公牛接近他的时候,他笨拙地躲了开来,将它放了过去。人群爆发出欢呼声,醉汉向人群鞠躬示意。

  5. 然而到这时,三个人已来到围栏中,他们很快地将醉汉拖到了安全地带。既便是公牛也似乎为他感到遗憾,因为它同情地看着直到醉汉离场,才再次将注意力转到了斗牛士身上。

  答案:

  1. During a bullfight, a drunk suddenly wandered into the middle of the ring. The crowd began to shout, but the drunk was unaware of the danger.

  2. The bull was busy with the matador/bullfighter at the time, but it suddenly caught sight of the drunk who was shouting rude remarks and waving a red cap.

  3. Apparently sensitive to criticism, the bull forgot all about the matador/bullfighter and charged at the drunk.

  4. The crowd suddenly grew quiet. The drunk, however, seemed quite sure of himself. When the bull got close to him, he clumsily stepped aside to let it pass. Te crowd broke into cheers and the drunk bowed.

  5. By this time, however, three men had come into the ring and they quickly dragged the drunk to safety. Even the bull seemed to feel sorry for him, for it looked on sympathetically until the drunk was out of the way before once more turning its attention to the matador/bullfighter.


  Part V:听力与口语训练

  短对话1:

  Man: Could I hand in my paper a few days later?

  Woman: I’m afraid that’s out of the question.

  短对话2:

  Man: Your powers of concentration are amazing. Didn’t you hear me come in?

  Woman: Are you talking to me?

  短对话3:

  Man: Hello, can you tell me if the library will be open Saturday evening?

  Woman: Hold the line please. I’ll find out.

  短对话4:

  Woman: I saw David at hospital today. I wonder if his wife is ill.

  Man: No, she’s fine. His daughter just had a baby and he was visiting her.

  短对话5:

  Man: This is you captain speaking. Please fasten your seat belts and no smoking please.

  Woman: And here is your meal, sir. What would you like to drink?

  短对话6:

  Woman: I’m looking for the Johnsons’ apartment. Am I on the right floor?

  Man: No, they live on the second floor. You can take the stairs up.

  短对话7:

  Man: I put my pen in my pocket today and it leaked ink all over my shirt.

  Woman: How many times have I told you not to do that? I wish you’d listen to me once in a while.

  短对话8:

  Woman: I certainly would like to buy the green dress I saw in the department store, but I don’t have enough money.

  Man: Well, if you had spent your money carefully, you would be able to buy it.

  单词与短语:

  power of concentration 聚精会神的能力,集中精力的能力;amazing adj.令人惊讶的;hold the line别挂电话;find out (动词短语)了解一下;captain n.机长,船长;fasten vt.系;seat belt安全带;leak ink 漏墨水;once in a while偶尔,有时候

  Part VI:快速阅读

  Fall into a Trap(陷阱)

  This is a true story. When you read it, try to remember it. If you are a woman, it can happen to you.

  A woman named Mrs. Carter was buying some things in a big shop in New York. She bought a dress and a coat and one or two other things. After that, she went to a restaurant(饭店)for something. She sat at a table side by side with another woman and put her handbag(女士提包)on the floor by her chair. Soon, she and the other woman started to talk. Then the other woman got up to go. Her handbag fell on the floor and Mrs. Carter took it up and gave it to her. Then the other woman went away.

  Mrs. Carter finished eating and put her hand down to get her handbag. It was not there.

  Poor Mrs. Carter was very troubled(烦扰的). She looked under the table, on the floor, under the chair, but the bag was not there.

  The shopkeeper came to help her.

  "I am very sorry," he said. "This is a bad thing to happen in my shop. I will let you have some money to get back to your home."

  "Thank you, "said Mrs. Carter, "I don't know what to say to Mr. Carter. There was still some money in the bag. I had to do more shopping this afternoon. I still want some more things. Now I can't get them."

  "Mr. Carter will let you have some more money." said the shopkeeper.

  "I don't know, "said Mrs. Carter, "we are not very rich and there are a lot of things to pay for in a house."

  She left the shop and went home sadly. When she got there, she had to go to the people in the next house and ask them to help to get into her house. Her door-key was in her handbag and that was gone.

  The woman in the next house brought a chair and put it under one of the windows. The window was open at the top and Mrs. Carter got into the house that way.

  Later on, Mr. Carter came home. She told him the story and he was very angry.

  "Why didn’t you take care of your handbag?” he said, "you must never put it on the floor. The woman at the table took it. She made you look at something else, then she took it. Now all that money is gone. I can't give you any more. I have other things to pay for."

  "I'll tell the shop not to send my dress or my coat," said Mrs. Carter, "I'll ask them to take them back. That will help."

  Poor woman, she was very unhappy. The next morning she was working in her house and she heard the telephone. She answered it and a man spoke.

  "Are you Mrs. Carter?" he said.

  "Yes," she said. "I am Mrs. Carter."

  "This is Dickens and Eldar speaking," said the man. "We have found your handbag. Someone has left it at the shop, in a box. We don't know anything about it. They left the box this morning and went away quickly."

  "Oh! That is good news," said Mrs. Carter, "I am glad. I was very troubled about it. Is the money still there?"

  "Yes," said the man. "Everything is still there, just as you told us. A woman stole it and then she was sorry and brought it back today. Will you come and get it, please?"

  "Oh! Yes," said Mrs. Carter, "I'll come as soon as I can. I have one or two things to do first, but I'll leave the house in about an hour from now."

  "That will do very well," said the man, "We will see you later."

  Mrs. Carter was very happy. She called Mr. Carter to tell him the good news, but he was out. He had to see a man about some work in another place. Another man spoke to her and told her this.

  "It doesn't matter," said Mrs. Carter. "This is Mr. Carter's wife speaking. I have found my handbag. Someone took it back to the shop. I'm going to get it now. Will you tell him that, please?"

  "Yes," said the man,“I'll tell him. He'll be very pleased to hear it.”

  Mrs. Carter finished her work and went out. She went to the shop and up to the same room. The shopkeeper came to speak to her.

  "I've come to get my handbag," said Mrs. Carter.

  "Your handbag?" said the shopkeeper. "Your handbag isn't here."

  "But it is!" said Mrs. Carter, "You said so. Someone brought it this morning."

  "I'm very sorry," said the man, "but I never said that. I haven't spoken to you today."

  "But you telephoned me," said poor Mrs. Carter, "this morning."

  "No one telephoned you from this shop this morning," he answered.

  "And my bag isn't here?" she said.

  "No, I'm afraid not," said the man.

  "But who telephoned me?" said Mrs. Carter.

  "Was it a man or a woman?" asked the shopkeeper.

  "A man," she answered.

  "He was a friend of the woman at your table." said the man, "You must go back to your house very quickly. I will telephone the police and ask a policeman to meet you there."

  Poor Mrs. Carter went home again, but she was too late. A great many things were gone.

  In Mrs. Carter's handbag was the name of the house and the street. Also the door-key.

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