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新编大学英语1听力 Unit Twelve

[by:www.tingvoa.com - VOA英语网] [00:00.00]喜欢VOA英语网,就把tingvoa.com复制到QQ个人资料中!Unit 12 Reflections on Life [00:04.18]Part Two Listening-Centered Activities [00:08.53]Listening 1 [00:10.98]Exercise 1 [00:13.03]Directions: The following is a passage with 10 mistakes. [00:18.83]Listen to the passage and correct the mistakes based on what you get from the tap [00:25.13]Then discuss your answer with your neighbor. [00:28.84]I was born across the street from the public librar [00:31.82]and in my memory it remains my best (favorite) spot in my home tow [00:36.18]When I was six I learned to rea [00:38.56]From the beginning, language seemed like magic to m [00:41.83]Recently I read that Freud said "words and (magic) were in the beginning one and the same thing, and even today words retain much of their magical power." [00:51.70]During the Christmas season of 1972 (1927), when I was a sophomore in high schoo [00:56.52]I hung out in the street with other kids my ag [00:59.65]The weather was so harsh we stayed (played) indoors [01:02.35]and after swimming and running and tumblin [01:04.51]we became tired (bored [01:06.20]I suggested we hold a test (contest) to see who could keep a diary the best (longest [01:10.99]My change(challenge) was accepted by two of my friends. One wrote his diary for two weeks, the other three month [01:17.90]and here I am, still writing mine when I am 5 [01:21.40]It has taught me that one way to find the truth is to forget (tell)the truth. [01:25.25]Exercise 2 [01:27.23]Directions: Listen to the passage again and discuss with your partner the following questions. [01:35.22]1) Why did the author start to write a diary? [01:40.15]2) What did he learn from writing a diary? [01:44.58]Listening 2 [01:46.74]Exercise 1 [01:48.61]Directions: Listen to the poem and then fill in the blanks with what you get from the tape. [01:56.75]On Life [01:58.22]Maya Angelow [01:59.81]When you see me sitting quietl [02:02.62]Like a sack left on the shel [02:05.39]Don't think I need your chatterin [02:08.12]I'm listening to mysel [02:10.82]Hold! Stop! Don't pity me! [02:14.57]Hold! Stop your sympathy! [02:17.92]Understanding if you got it [02:20.29]Otherwise I'll do without it! [02:22.92]When my bones are stiff and achi [02:25.84]And my feet won't climb the stai [02:29.00]I will only ask one favo [02:32.14]Don't bring me a rocking chair. [02:34.91]When you see me walking, stumblin [02:37.82]Don't study and get it wron [02:40.27]Cause tired doesn't mean laz [02:42.65]And every goodbye isn't gon [02:45.35]I'm the same person I was back the [02:48.55]A little less hair, a little less chin [02:51.22]A lot less lungs and much less win [02:54.42]But aren't I lucky I can still breathe in. [02:57.84]Exercise 2 [02:59.46]Directions: Listen to the poem again, and then discuss in groups to find out the poet's opinion about life. 来自:VOA英语网 文章地址: http://www.tingvoa.com/html/20130104/100793.html