全新版大学英语听说教程答案第三册(
  2)
Part B
Text 1
Exercise 1:
  1. B
  2. C
  3. C
Exercise 2:
  1. B
  2. B
  3. ACEFHIJ
Text 2
Exercise 1:
  1. D
  2. B
Exercise 2:

  1. F
  2. F
  3. T
  4. F
  5. T
  6. T
  7. F
  8. T
Part C

  1. employment agency

  2. job-matching

  3. broke down

  4. essential

  5. frustrated

  6. There on the terminal screens appeared a single sentence typed in by an annoyed counselor.

  7. Before the laughter in the office could die down the computers blinked and sent back into action.

  8. It seemed that the power of the Middle East extended far beyond the oil fields.
PART D
The Blonde and the Lawyer
A blonde and a lawyer were seated next to each other on a flight from Los Angeles to New York. The lawyer asked her if she would like to play a fun game with him.(3答案He asked her a question ,she did so)(4答案No)
The blonde, tired, just wanted to take a nap. She politely declined and rolled over to the window to catch a few winks. The lawyer persisted and explained that the game was easy and a lot of fun. He explained, "I'll ask you a question, and if you don't know the answer, you pay me $5, and vice versa." Again, she declined and tried to get some sleep. The lawyer, now anxious and nervous, said, "OK, if you don't know the answer you pay me $5, and if I don't know the answer, I'll pay you $5
  00."(5答案he paid her $500,she paid $
  5)
This caught the blonde's attention and as she figured there would be no end to this torment unless she played, she agreed to the game.
The lawyer asked the first question. "What's the distance from the earth to the moon?" Without saying a word, the blonde reached into her purse, pulled out a $5 bill and handed it to the lawyer.
"OK," said the lawyer, "your turn." She asked the lawyer, "What goes up a hill with three legs and comes down with four legs?"
The lawyer, puzzled, took out his laptop computer and searched all his references, no answer. He searched the Internet and the Library of Congress, still no answer. Frustrated, he sent e-mails to all his friends and co-workers, to no avail. After an hour, he woke up the blonde, and handed her $5
  00. "Thank you," the blonde said and turned back to get some more sleep.
The lawyer, who was a bit angry, woke her up again and asked, "Well, what's the answer?"
Without a word, the blonde reached into her purse, handed the lawyer $5, and went back to sleep. (7答案The blonde won 4
  90.The lawyer lose 4
  90.)(8答案clever,stupid, the opposite)
Unit 11
Part B
Text 1
Exercise 1:
  1. C
  2. D
Exercise 2:

  1. popcorn

  2. successful

  3. $20 million

  4. soft drinks

  5. ice cream

  6. three

  7. four

  8. box office

  9. half the money

  10. 69%

  11. 89%

  12. a little over 3p

  13. $4

  14. $
  3.95

  15. 100% more
Text 2
Exercise 1:
  1. B
  2. C
  3. D
Exercise 2:

  1. falling from

  2. swimming

  3. driving

  4. setting fire

  5. fights

  6. from 50 meters

  7. 35 meters/exploring helicopter/train/tunnel
Part C

  1. dialogue 1

  1.c
  2. b

  2. dialogue 2

  1. d
  2.d

  3. dialogue 3
D
PART D
From Rags to Riches
In the 1990s, Demi Moore was a major movie star and, as the wife of Bruce Wilis, one half of a Hollywood power couple. Life was good. She had a multimillion-dollar mansion in Los Angeles, a 25-acre ranch in Hailey, Idaho. Nothing about that glamorous life had anything in common with her poor childhood.
She grew up in New Mexico. Her parents were hard drinkers who moved her and her half-brother 30 times before settling in Los Angeles when she was
  14. Fiercely ambitious, Moore began modeling while at high school and dropped out at 16 to pursue an acting career. Soon after she turned 18, she got a part in a popular soap opera. But her big break came in 1985 when she starred as a drug addict in a hit movie.
Moore met Bruce Wilis in 19
  87. It was love at first sight. They got married in Las Vegas four months later. The next year, Wilis starred in Die Hard, making him one of Hollywood's top-paid actors, while Moore's success in Ghost and A Few Good Men boosted her paycheck to more than $12 million per movie.(In the 1990s答案未知)
These were followed by three big-budget movies, one of which was The Scarlet Letter. Then her career stalled. And in October 2000, her 13-year-old marriage ended in divorce. Later she moved out of Hollywood. Since then, she has been living a simpler life, residing full time in her ranch in Idaho. Her ambition is now focused not on stardom but on being a good mother to her daughters with Wilis. "My goal is to build a loving relationship so that my children, as adults, will want to share their lives with me," she said.
Unit 12
Part B
Text 1
Exercise 1:
  1. B
  2. B
  3. D
Exercise 2:

  1. midnight/31,2001/new notes (new currency)

  2. 300 million/ changing their old currencies/15 million/ 52 million/ 646 million/ 568 million

  3. greater Europe/ stronger, wealthier

  4. championed/ peace and secruity
Text 2
Exercise 1:
  1. d
  2. c
  3. c
Exercise 2:

  1. when economic conditions are right

  2. the polls showed that many Britons oppose the euro and see it as harming Britain's sovereignty.

  3. because as very small retail outlets they don't have the facilities for changing currencies.

  4.
  6.55 billion euros
Part C
PAY TO THE ORDER OF Cash $ 150
One Hundred and Fifty EUROS ONLY
PART D
答案ACDB
原文The French Franc
For a century much attached to national symbols, France took the imminent death of the franc calmly. It was as if an ancient great-great uncle were about to pass away: a time for nostalgia and regret, rather than grief.
Unlike the German mark, the franc had never been a symbol of national rebirth or glory. Its recent history was relatively stable but it had to be revalued as recently as 19
  60. In the 1950s, its value and reputation were so weak that French politicians considered abolishing it and replacing it with something else, based on the value of the pound.
But money is money after all. It is with us every day. It was surprising that such a conservative people did not express greater sorrow for the loss of their familiar francs. It was also surprising they did not feel a greater sense of aesthetic loss for the franc had always been one of the world's most beautiful currencies.
The name franc was first used in 1360, to celebrate and help to pay for the release of King Jean II, who was captured by the still poundless English. He created the "franc" or "free" to celebrate the occasion. Over the next 400 years the name came and went but was finally restored by the Revolution in 17
  95. On February 17th, 2002, the French franc disappeared completely from the financial scene.
Unit 13
Part B
Text 1
Exercise 1:
  1. C
  2. B
Exercise 2:
In the 20th century there were two main theories on the origin of the universe. One is the steady state theory, and the other, the big bang theory. According to the former, the universe has always existed and will exist forever. If this view were correct, the universe should have looked the same millions of years ago as it looks now. but astronomers have found that the old universe did not look the same as it does now. therefore, the steady state theory does not seem to be correct.
The big bang theory states that the universe began in a massive explosion at a single point in space about 15 million years ago. If the statement were right, there should exist in the universe the cosmic background radiation from the explosion. Researchers have found evidence for its existence. In the 1960s, while studying radio signals from the Milky Way. researchers at Bell Labs found their work experiencing interference from every direction. They discovered that the interference turned out to be the cosmic background radiation . So the big bang theory appears to be the correct.
Text 2
Exercise 1:

  1. expanding

  2. gravity/ initial explosion/ in motion

  3. density/ matter/ universe
Exercise 2:

  1. c
  2. b
  3. d
  4. d
  5. c
Part C

  1. Space telescope/ astronomers/ 13

  2. eight million light-years

  3. universe / young

  4. 81/ in detail/ 13/ fragments

  5. orbits/ disturbed/ gravitational pull

  6. less/ a billion/ short

  7. big massive/ smaller ones
PART D
答案BCDCD C
原文Hubble's Closest Look at Mars
NASA is releasing several images taken by the Hubble Space Telescope, which is the closest yet look at the red planet. Altogether there are four images, which show the entire planet. Each view shows the planet as it completes one quarter of its daily rotation. In these views the north polar cap is turned toward the Earth and is clearly visible at the top of each picture. The images were taken in the middle of the Martian northern summer, when the polar cap was at its smallest size. During this season the sun shines continuously on the polar cap. Previous spacecraft observations have shown that this summertime polar cap is composed of water ice, just like Earth's polar caps.
The Hubble Telescope pictures reveal that great changes have occurred on the surface of Mars in the past 20 years. The Martian surface is ever changing. Some regions that were dark 20 years ago are now bright red; some areas that were bright red are now dark. Winds move sand and dust from region to region, often in huge dust storms. Over long timescales many of the larger bright and dark markings remain stable, but smaller details come and go as they are covered and then uncovered by sand and dust.
The Hubble pictures reveal that the surface of Mars is covered with a lot of volcanic rocks. But mysteries still remain. Has there been life on Mars? Is there life on it now? How different is it from our own planet? These are a few of the questions waiting to be solved.
Unit 14
Part B
Text 1
Exercise 1:

  1. The advantages and disadvantages of genetic engineering.

  2. genetically engineered foods may be dangerous to eat.

  3. Carry out enough tests to ensure that genetically engineered foods are safe to eat.
Exercise 2:
  1. a
  2. c
  3. d
  4. c
  5. c
Text 2
Exercise 1:
  1. F
  2. F
  3. T
  4. F
  5. F
Exercise 2:

  1. genetic/ produce/ rot/ less

  2. process/ genes/ laboratory/ disastrous

  3. negative/ genetic screening/ predict/ have

  4. meaningless/ cure/ disease

  5. hereditary disease/ carefully (twice)/ children

  6. eugenics/ new/ harmful/ criminality

  7. /

  8. hair/ job/ hair/ medical/ refuse/ disease/ long

  9. absurd
Part C

  1. Fields of God.

  2. On June 8 or
  9. 

  3. A mystery illness threatening the world.

  4. Genetically modified wheat.

  5. impossible.

  6. he had changed his stand (tune).

  7. Anti-GM hysteria.
PART D
答案T F F F F T T
原文Making a New Mosquito
Bloodsucking mosquitoes are perhaps Earth's most persistent pest, delivering malaria, yellow fever and a host of other diseases each year to more than half a billion people and killing between 2 million and 3 million. Numerous gallons of pesticides are sprayed each year in an effort to wipe out the tiny beasts. But the results have not been good. Many species of mosquitoes have become resistant to insecticides.
For nearly two decades scientists have been thinking of creating a designer mosquito that would have no ability to spread diseases. Finally in 1998, using technologies developed in genetic engineering, scientists succeeded in producing a new type of mosquitoes with red eyes. These mosquitoes not only look different but act in a different way. Every time they suck blood, a substance that recognizes bacteria and kills them will be produced.
The major challenge for scientists today is to create a species of mosquitoes that are incapable of transmitting malaria. For this they will have to turn their attention from the laboratory species to malaria-causing species in the wild.
As scientists move closer to their goal, they are facing a growing argument over whether it is practicable or wise to create such genetically engineered creatures and set them loose in the environment. One of the problems is that genetically engineered mosquitoes would need to be created for each of the estimated 100 species that carry illnesses that affect humans. Furthermore, strains of these mosquitoes vary from place to place. Even though these problems can be solved, where is the village or town that wants a million or so biting mosquitoes released?
Unit 15
Part B
Text 1
Exercise 1:
  1. c
  2. a
  3. c
Exercise 2:
disadvantages:

  1. equal pay

  2. small/ top executives

  3. higher/ family/ jobs
advantages:

  1. middle management

  2. part time jobs

  3.  
a. six/ pay
b. pension/ three or more
c. quality/ education
d. legal/ state
appearance:
elegantly/ soft/ stylish/ silk/ nails/ makeup/ jewelry
capability:
negotiating/ much/ male
 
Text 2
Exercise 1:
  1. D
  2. B
Exercise 2:
  1. F
  2. F
  3. F
  4. F
  5. F
  6. T
  7. T
Part C

  1.b
  2.c
  3.d 4
 

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