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〖解密〗2019年9月全国英语等级考试第二级听力部分分析

2019-09-23  梦之雪

维克多-2019年9月PETS2级听力 来自维克多英语 22:42

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1. 语速:153词/分(比2019年3月PETS二级英语听力每分钟快6词)
2. 录音稿总词数:935(比2019年3月PETS二级英语听力多128词)
3. 语音:美音
4. 录音人: 男:Robert Makelin    女:Emi Carter(与2019年3月PETS二级英语听力相同。)

详见以下统计:

考点统计表

录音数据统计表

话题统计表

答案分布表

附:

2019年9月全国英语等级考试第二级


听力部分

第一节

听下面5段对话。每段对话后有一个小题,从题中所给的A、B、C三个选项中选出最佳选项,并标在试卷的相应位置。听完每段对话后,你都有10秒钟的时间来回答有关小题和阅读下一小题。每段对话仅读一遍。

1. What will the man probably do?

A. Attend a meeting.

B. Give Craig a call.

C. Wait in the office.

2. What is the probable relationship between the speakers?

A. Strangers.

B. Co-workers.

C. Schoolmates.

3. What is David doing this year?

A. Traveling around the world.

B. Teaching Chinese at school.

C. Learning a foreign language.

4. How does the man want to travel?

A. By car.

B. By train.

C. By plane.

5. What is the woman going to do tomorrow evening?

A. Visit Bob at his home.

B. Go shopping with Bob.

C. Expect a call from Bob.

第二节

听下面5段对话或独白。每段对话或独白后有2至4个小题,从题中所给的A、B、C三个选项中选出最佳选项,并标在试卷的相应位置。听每段对话或独白前,你将有5秒钟的时间阅读各个小题;听完后,各小题将给出5秒钟的作答时间。每段对话或独白读两遍。

听下面一段对话,回答第6和第7题。

6. Where does the conversation take place?

A. On the train.

B. At the ticket office.

C. At the information desk.

7. What time is the train going to arrive in Sydney?

A. At 2:00.

B. At 9:28.

C. At 11:34.

听下面一段对话,回答第8至第10题。

8. Where are the speakers?

A. In Manchester.

B. In Milan.

C. In Florence.

9. What is Martha doing?

A. Having a holiday.

B. Entertaining a friend.

C. Traveling on business.

10. What does Roger do?

A. He’s a train driver.

B. He’s a shop manager.

C. He’s a hotel receptionist.

听下面一段对话,回答第11至第13题。

11. Who are the speakers?

A. A doctor and a patient.

B. A teacher and a student.

C. A salesman and a customer.

12. What is probably the cause of the man’s problems?

A. He often overeats.

B. He works too hard.

C. He smokes heavily.

13. What does the woman ask the man to do?

A. Stop working and go on a vacation.

B. Give up smoking as soon as possible.

C. Change his diet and get some exercise.

听下面一段对话,回答第14至第16题。

14. Why does Kevin say life on Frenchboro is different?

A. It’s very simple.

B. It’s quite exciting.

C. It’s rather hopeless.

15. What is the school on Frenchboro like?

A. It has no teachers.

B. It has small classes.

C. It has fifty students.

16. What will the people on Frenchboro do when they need medical care?

A. They go to the mainland.

B. They visit the local hospital.

C. They ask the visitors for help.

听下面一段独白,回答第17至第20题。

17. To whom is the speaker talking?

A. New employees.

B. Foreign tourists.

C. International students.

18. What are girls advised to do in a café?

A. Take care of their bags.

B. Don’t talk to strangers.

C. Leave the place quickly.

19. What is the best place to park a car?

A. Beside a house.

B. On a quiet road.

C. In a public car park.

20. What should one do when walking home alone at night?

A. Stop a police car for help.

B. Walk in well-lighted areas.

C. Take a knife for self-defense.

录音稿

(Text 1)
M:Susan, is Craig in the office? I must ask him about these numbers today.
W:Oh, he is out for a meeting. But you can reach him on his mobile phone.
(Text 2)
M:Nice to meet you. Where do you work, if I may ask?
W:Oh, I work at the University of San Diego.
M:I’m from Saint Louis. How’s the weather in San Diego?
W:It’s warm most of the time.
(Text 3)
W:David, are you still teaching Chinese?
M: Yes, and I have an especially interesting class this year. I have eighteen students from different countries.
W:How are they doing?
M:Very well. They are learning a lot, and so am I.
(Text 4)
M:Where shall we go on holiday this year?
W:Why don’t we take a train down to the seaside? Or we could borrow my dad’s car.
M:Going to the seaside is a great idea, but I’d like to fly there to save time.
(Text 5)
W:Bob, can I come to see you at your home tomorrow evening?
M: Sure, but Vicky and I have decided to go shopping tomorrow afternoon. So, call me before you come. Okay?
W:Alright.
(Text 6)
W:Excuse me, sir. Do I take the train for Sydney there?
M:Uh…when does it leave?
W:At 9:28. Here’s my ticket.
M:Oh, let me have a look. Um…yes. Platform Two.
W:Thank you. By the way, what time does it reach Sydney?
M:You should be there at 11:34.
W:Must I change?
M:No. It’s a through train.
W:Thank you.
M:You’re welcome. Have a nice trip.
(Text 7)
M:Martha!
W:Roger!
M:What are you doing here? You live in Manchester, don’t you?
W:Yes, that’s right. I do. But I’m having a week’s holiday here.
M:What?! Here in Milan?
W: Yes. I’m visiting a friend. What about you? What are you doing here? Having a holiday as well?
M:No, not me. I’m working. I’m looking for some new shoe designs for the shop.
W:Oh yes. You are the manager of the shoe shop now, aren’t you?
M:Yes, that’s right. And it’s doing quite well.
W:Which hotel are you staying at, by the way?
M: Well, I’m not staying in Milan anymore. I’m catching the train to Florence in half an hour. In fact I must go now. Have a nice holiday.
W:Thanks. Bye Roger.
(Text 8)
W:How can I help you, Mr. Daniels?
M: Well, I started having headaches a couple of weeks ago and they’re getting worse. I can’t sleep properly. I feel tired all the time. And the worst thing is my hair is going grey and I’m only 30.
W:I see. Let me ask you some questions. Do you smoke?
M:No. I gave up a month ago.
W:Right. I see you’re a salesman. How many hours a week do you work?
M: Normally, I do eight hours a day. But at the moment I’m working at least 10 hours and some Saturdays.
W:That’s a lot. What do you do when you want to have a rest?
M:Well, I usually sit in front of the TV with a sandwich and a few beers.
W:Hmm. Do you do any exercise at the moment?
M:Not really. But I’m losing a lot of weight and I don’t know why.
W: I think you are suffering from overwork. I want you to eat a wider variety of food and do some exercise. Come back and see me in four weeks and I’ll give you a check-up.
(Text 9)
W: Good evening. In today’s program we’ll learn about a small island off the coast of Maine from the people living on it. Let’s welcome our guest, Mr. Kevin Baldwin. So Kevin, what is it like to live on Frenchboro?
M: Well, life on Frenchboro is different from the way most people are living. There are no movie theatres, clothing stores or restaurants. What we do have is the most beautiful, peaceful island anyone could wish for. There are about fifty people living on it where everyone knows everyone else.
W:Where do children go to school?
M: We have a school where the students have small classes, five or six students with a teacher in a class. Each child is well cared for.
W:Where do you get medical care?
M: There are no medical services on the island. We take care of ourselves and each other to the best of our abilities, and head to the mainland for medical attention. Visitors are expected to keep themselves healthy and bring with them enough medicine during their stay on the island.
(Text 10)
M: Hello everybody. My name is David Anderson. I’m glad to be invited by the International Student Centre to give you a talk on how to protect yourselves and avoid losses, both on and off campus. First, if you, especially the girls, are in a café or restaurant, make sure that your bag is where you can keep an eye on it. If you want to leave for a while, don’t ask a stranger to take care of it. Just take it with you. Second, if you drive, park in a public car park,or at least in a well-lighted area if it’s at night. Avoid the quiet dark roads, and don’t leave your passport, laptop, or cash in the car. Third, if you have to walk home alone late at night, stick to well-lighted areas. If you really think someone is going to hurt you, go to the nearest house and ask for help. If a car stops to ask for information, just keep well clear of the door. At last, I just want to say that in this country, it is not allowed to carry a knife, or anything that can be used as a weapon, even if it’s for self-defense. Actually, this isn’t a dangerous town if you’re careful enough.

答案

1-5 BABCA        

6-10 CCBAB

11-15 ABCAB     

16-20 ACACB

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