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新世纪大学英语视听说教程第3册Unit5听力文稿  

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Unit 5 Lesson A

Track 3-5-1

A. Listen to the conversation between Kai and his high school gLudance counselor. What has happened already? Check the boxes.

Counselor:  Hello, Kai. Have a seat.

Kai:    Hi, Ms. Danielson.

C: How's it going? Are you excited about graduating?

Kai:  I guess so. But there's so much to do between now and then.

C:  Well, let s talk about that…  Let me check your file here. So, what's new? Have you researched any colleges or universities?

Kai: Well, I researched three… like you told me to.

C: Good, good. Which ones'l

Kai: Let's see ... California State University, Harvard University, and City College.

C: And?

Kai: Well, I applied to two: Harvard and City College. Cal State is just too far away.

C: Sounds like you've been thinking about this seriously. That's good.

Kai: Yep.

C: Any news yet?

Kai: Well, I got accepted to City College. I haven’t heard anything from Harvard. I probably won't get accepted there.

C: Why do you say that?

Kai: You know…  it's so competitive. I don't think my grades are good enough.

C: Well, let's wait and see.

Kai:  I'll probably go to City College. My brother went there. I visited the campus and I like it.

 

Track 3-5-2

B. Listen again. Match each statement to the college or university it describes. Then circle the place Kai will probably attend.

 

Track 3-5-3

B.  Listen to the conversation. Underline the expression Hans doesn't understand.

Hans:   Hi. Tom. What's new?

Tom:    Well, I'm going to start at a new high school this fall.

Hans:  Which one?

Tom:    Essex Academy. It's a boarding school. lt's a five-hour drive from my parents' house.

Hans:   Does boarding school mean you live there? On campus?

Tom:  Exactly.

Hans:  That sounds awesome!

Tom:   Yeah. I think it's going to be cool.

 

Track 3-5-4

D.  Listen to two people talking about their plans after graduation. Pay attention to the expressions they use. Then talk about your own plans after graduation.

 1. After I finished my Ph.D., I would like to go back to Senegal and start my own business in agriculture.

 2. After graduation I plan to find a good job. I also plan to start a family and buy a house.

 

Track 3-5-OL-7

B. Now listen to the interview. Was your guess about her summer plans correct?

Interviewer:  We now have a winner! Stephanie Lee from Vancouver, Canada answered our questions and won the top prize: She will be our youth travel reporter in Europe! She's going to travel for three months and write about her experiences for our website.

Interviewer:   Do you have any international travel experience?

Stephanie Lee:  Yes, I do. Two years ago, I spent the summer in Hong Kong, China, I stayed with my grandmother and worked in the family business. I also visited Africa last year.

Interviewer:   What do your travel experiences tell us about you?

Stephanie Lee:  I stayed in Hong Kong for about two months. I think that shows I can stay away from home for a long time. I don't get homesick at all. In Africa, I went to Tanzania. The highlight was climbing Mount Kilimanjaro. It s the highest mountain in Africa. The climb was very hard. Two people turned back before they reached the top. I made it all the way! Once I start something, I never give up.

Interviewer:   This job gives you a digital camera and pays your travel expenses. It doesn't pay a salary. How will you get your spending money?

Stephanie Lee:   I had a part-time job in a restaurant. I had worked there for two years. Fortunately, I saved a lot of money, so I won't have to worry about money for my trip to Europe.

Inrerviewer:   Why should we choose you?

Stephanie Lee:  Because I love to travel! I'm a hard worker and will have no trouble filing reports on time-- and I have a lot of energy!

 

Track 3-5-6

C.  Listen again. Then complete the sentences about Stephanie's new job with words from the box below.

 

Unit 5, Lesson B

Global Viewpoints

After graduation

Agnes:  After I finish my Ph.D. I would like to go back to Senegal and start my own business in agriculture.

Brad:   After I graduate I will move to Washington, D.C., to work for National Geographic.

Calum:  After I graduate I'd like to have a good job that pays a lot of money, and to travel and see the world.

Dave:  After I graduate from college I will go to graduate school and I'm going to study art.

Alex:  After graduation I plan to find a good job. I also plan to start a family and buy a house.

Julianna:  I want to start my own business, an import-export business.

Alejandra:  My students work very hard and get good grades to get into university. After finishing their degrees in the United States they will go home and either work with their families or open a business.

Five years

from now ...

Dave:  Five years from now I will still be studying and I don t know where I'm going to live.

Calvin:  I'd like to become a lawyer and I'd like to specialize in cyberlaw. I think cyfberlaw will be pretty big within five, six yrears or so.

Woo Sung:  I'll probably be married. I want about three kids, a dog, my own house, and a job that I enjoy. And you know most of all I just want to be…  just I guess… enjoy my life.

 

City Living

The letter

Mike:  Do you think he was accepted?

Sun-hee:  I don't know ...

Mike:   Any news from Harvard?

Sun-hee:   He was rejected. He also applied to the University of Southern California, and they didn't accept him either. It's too bad. He studied so hard in film school. And he got really good grades ...

Mike: I know. And he researched all those schools and applied for all those scholarships ... I hope he gets in. Hey, do you know what he's going to do if he doesn't get into grad school?

Sun-hee: No, what?

Mike: He's going to hit the road.

Sun-hee: I don t understand. What do you mean?

Mike: He's going to buy a nice camera and travel around Europe taking photos for his brother's website.

Sun-hee: Now that would be an experience, but it'll be sad if he goes.

Mike: He’ll get in ... I just know it!

Takeshi: (enters front door) Hi!

Sun-hee: Takeshi!

Mike: There's a letter for you from the Columbia graduate school.

Sun-hee: (takes letcer from Vlike) Uh, uh, uh! Now let's think about this for a moment. What are you going to do if you aren’t accepted?

Takeshi: Well, like I said, I'm going to travel around Europe for a while. And then I'll apply to graduate school in a few years ... and I will get in!

Mike: (takes letter from Sun-hee) What will you do if you are accepted?

Takeshi: Oh, that's easy. I'm going to become a film director.

Vlike: (gives letter to Takeshi) All right then ... here. (waits for Takeshi to open letter) Well! What are you waiting for? Open it!

Takeshi: Here goes ... (opens letter)

Sun-hee:  Well?

Mike:    Were you accepted?

Takeshi:   I'm going to grad school!

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