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2019年6月大学英语四级真题及答案完整word版(第一套)cet4四级英语听力原文

时间:2019-06-15 16:23  作者:Edmond  来源:本站整理

2019年6月15日全国大学英语四级考试已结束,本次考试为多题多卷,爱英语吧www.2abc8.com考试频道小编收集整理不同版本试题,供考生参考使用,本篇文章将持续更新,请刷新。以下是2019年6月英语四级考试真题:

Part I Writing  (30 minutes)

Directions: For this part, you are allowed 30 minutes to write a news report to your campus newspaper on a volunteer activity organized by your Student Union to assist elderly people in the neighborhood.You should write at least 120 words but no more than180 words.
参考范文
On June 14, Friday, a volunteer activity where many students took an active part in visiting the local Nursing House was organized by the Student Union and it turns out to be a big success.

The activity was aimed at encouraging students to visit the elderly at the Nursing House and help elderly people deal with their troubles both physical and psychological. Many students volunteered to participate in this good deed and were engaged in helping the elderly here out by making their meals, washing their clothes and chatting with them. When asked about those volunteers’ feelings about such an experience, all of them responded with a smile, saying “what a wonderful practice and I really appreciate this experience, for it makes me learn to care more for others in need.”

All in all, the activity turns out to be a success not only for the visited elderly but for those students involved.

PartⅡ   Listening Comprehension   (25 minutes)

Section A

Directions: In this section, you will hear three news reports. At the end of each news report, you will hear two or three questions. Both the news report and then questions will be spoken only once. After you hear a question, you must choose the best answer from the four choices marked A), B), C) and D).Then mark the corresponding letter on Answer Sheet 1 with a single line through the centre.

Questions 1 and 2 are based on the news report you have just heard.
1. What did the boy from Central California do according to the report?
A)He set a record be swimming to and from an island.

B)He celebrated ninth birthday on a small island.

C)He visited a prison located on a faraway island.

D)He swam around an island near San Francisco.
2. What did the father do to encourage his son?
A)He doubled the reward.

B)He cheered him on all the way.

C)He set him an example.

D)He had the event covered on TV.
听力原文
(1) A 9-year-old Central California boy braved strong currents and cold water to swim from San Francisco to Alcatraz Island and back.
A California television station in Fresno reported Tuesday that James Savage set a record as the youngest swimmer to make the journey to the former prison.
The TV station reported that by completing the swim, the fourth-grader student from Los Banos broke a record previously held by a 10-year-old boy.
James said that waves in the San Francisco Bay hitting him in the face 30 minutes into his swim made him want to give up.
(2) His father said he had offered his son $100 as a reward. To encourage his struggling son, he doubled it to $200.
James pushed forward, making it to Alcatraz Island and back in a little more than two hours. 
Alcatraz is over a mile from the mainland.

Questions 3 and 4 are based on the news report you have just heard.
Question 3: What was the purpose of the annual leave bonus in China?
A)To end the one-child policy.

B)To encourage late marriage.

C)To increase working efficiency.

D)To give people more time to travel.
Question 4: What do we learn about the new regulations?
A)They will not be welcomed by young people.

B)They will help to popularize early marriage.

C)They will boost China’s economic growth.

D)They will not com into immediate effect.
听力原文
On the 1st of January, new regulations will come into effect which eliminate an annual leave bonus for people who put off marrying until the age of 23 for women, and 25 for men, the South China Morning Post reports. (3) The holiday bonus was designed to encourage young people to delay getting married in line with China’s one child policy. But with that policy now being abolished, this holiday incentive is no longer necessary, the government says.

In Shanghai, a young couple at a marriage registration office told the paper that they decided to register their marriage as soon as possible to take advantage of the existing policy, because an extra holiday was a big deal for them. In Beijing, one registration office had about 300 couples seeking to get married the day after the changes were announced, rather than the usual number of between 70 and 80. (4) But one lawyer tells the paper that the changes still have to be adopted by local governments and these procedures take time, so people who are rushing to register for marriage can relax.

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