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新世纪大学英语视听说教程第3册Unit6听力文稿  

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Unit 6, Lesson A

Track 3-6-1

A.  Listen. Who is making the telephone call in each situation? Check the name.

Conversation 1

Trey:    Mindy, I need to make a phone call. Is there a pay phone around here?

Mindy:   Here. Use my cell phone. Trey.

TreyT:   Really?

Mindy:  Sure. I have free service on nights and weekends.

Trey:    OK… thanks. Now, what do I do?

Mindy:   You have to turn it on. Press the power button.

Trey:     OK. I did that. Wait… there's no dial tone.

Mindy:   That's OK. Remember, it's a cell phone. It's different.

Treyr:  Gotcha.

Mindy:   Enter the area code and then the telephone number.

Trey:    Let's see ...

Mindy:   Now just press 'send' and you'll be connected.

Trey:     Got it! Thanks!

 

Conversation 2

Jerry:  Do you know Maria's phone number? She left a message on the answering machine but didn't leave her telephone number.

Carla:  Hmm, I don't know it ... Look in the telephone directory.

Jerry:   I did. It's not listed.

Carla:   Oh ... Why don't you call directory assistance, then?

Jerry:   Good idea. Let's see ... 4-1-1 ...

Operator:  What city?

Jerry:   Boston.

Operator:  What listing?

Jerry:    I need the number for Maria Gomez on North Street.

Operator:    One moment, please. Thank you. Here's your number. The number is ... area code 617-524 ...

 

Track 3-6-2

B.  Listen again. Circle the phrase that correctly completes each sentence.

 

Track 3-6-3

B. Yuka is calling Tony at his office. Listen to the conversation.

Receptionist:   Good morning. Barr Incorporated.

Yuka:     Good morning. Tony White, please.

Receptionist:   One moment, please. I'm sorry. He's not in. May I take a message?

Yuka:     Yes, please. Tell him that Yuka called.

Receptionist:   Yuka. How do you spell that?

Yuka:    It's spelled Y-U-K-A.

Receptionist:  OK. Does Mr. White have your telephone number?

Yuka:          Yes, he does.

Receptionist:   OK, Yuka. I'll give him the message.

Yuka:          Thanks a lot.

 

Track 3-6-4

D. Listen to two people talking about their attitudes towards cell phones. Pay attention to the expressions they use.

 1. I don't like cell phones that much. They're necessary ...  and they're very useful in emergencies ... but in general, I think that they're not a good thing.

 2. I like cell phones because they connect you with people. Wherever you are people can reach ypu. What I don't like about cell phones is when they ring at the most unexpected times.

 

Track 3-6-5

B. Now listen to the passage "How do you feel about cell phones?"

How do you feel about cell phones'l

    It can't be denied: there has been a cell phone boom in the last decade. Everywhere you go, people seem to be talking on the telephone. How do people feel about cell phones? Our on-the-street survey found some interesting answers.

    Sixty-nine percent of the people we asked think cell phones are convenient and save time. Nineteen percent use cell phones only when they have to. A small percentage----only three percent----think cell phones are unnecessary. Another three percent say they are addicted to their cell phones!

    There have been some problems associated with cell phones. Some cities have passed law s affecting cell phone use. For example, in some places, it is now illegal to drive and use your cell phone at the same time. A survey asked people about cell phones and laws. Here is how they answered.

    There should be laws about cell phone usage ...

        in classrooms, theaters, and restaurants.        57% agree

        while driving.                                   45% agree

        on public transportation.                        34% agree

    One thing is sure about cell phones: everyone has an opinion about how and when they should be used!

  Listen to what these four people had to say:

  Phil:  I'm Phil. I love talking on the phone. I keep my phone next to my bed. I even take it with me into the bathroom! My friends say that I am "cell phone crazy."

  Sherry:  I'm Sherry. I live in the country. My nearest neighbor is 25 miles away. My cell phone makes me feel safe. I can call someone in an emergency.

  Eric:  I'm Eric. I think cell phones are unnecessary. Why do people use them so often, especially in public places? I think it's a form of noise pollution!

  Carmen:  I'm Carmen. I'm very busy. Sometimes I have to cancel an appointment at the last minute. I use my cell phone to do that. It's good for business.

 

Track 3-6-OL-8

C. Listen again. Then circle T for true or F for false after listening to the passage about cell phone usage.

 

Unit 6, Lesson B

Global Viewpoints

Cell phones

Catherine:  I think these days you can't live without a cell phone.

Brad:    I always have my cell phone with me so I can call my friends. I also can browse the internet and download music.

Jackie: My cell phone has a camera on it. It's very useful when I don't have a camera with me and if there's something funny happening, there I can take a picture.

Dayanne:  I think that sometimes cell phones are unnecessary, however, they are very good for business.

Alex: What I like about cell phones is you can contact anybody you want anytime you want.

Calvin: I feel like I lost some privacy because of cell phones.

Lourdes: I don't like cell phones that much. They're necessary… and they're very useful in emergencies ... but in general, I think that they're not a good thing.

Dennis: I like cell phones because they connect you with people. Wherever you are, people can reach you. What I don t like about cell phones is when they ring at the most unexpected times.

Alejandra: I like cell phones because they allow me to call people when I'm running late and let them know that I'm running late. I don't like when cell phones ring in theaters, or movie theaters, or important talks, or even in the classroom. That's ... I think…  a lack of respect, so that's when               I hate cell phones.

 

City Living

I can't stand cell phones!

Woman:   (talking loudly on cell phone) No! No, no, no ... Go ... the taxiline    find the taxiline…  there's one just outside. It's right outside. No…  it's right outside of the airport. Go inside and ask someone. OK? All right. We'll see you soon ... twenty minutes or so …. OK. Bye!

Roberto:  I can't stand cell phones. Why do people use them so often ---- especially in public places?

Mike:   I know. I only use my cell phone when I need it. I find it to be a form of noise pollution. ( Mike's phone rings)

Roberto:  See what I mean?

Mike:    (into phone) Hello?

Mr. Johnson:   Hi, Mike!

Mike:     Hi, Ddd! How's it going?

Mr. Johnson:   Oh, great. Listen, son, I just got a new cell phone and I called to give you the number.

Mike:     Oh, you just need to give me your new number ...

Mr. Johnson:  Yeah. You know, I really love these cell phones. They're so convenient! Your mother's addicted to hers. She's on it all the time ...

Mike: Uh ... Dad? The number'?

Mr. Johnson: Oh, I'm sorry. I almost forgot. Here it is. The new area code is six five one …

Mike: Did you say six nine one?

Mr. Johnson: No… no… six five one ... five. "F" ... like in "Frank"…

Mike: Got it.

Mr. Johnson: And the telephone number is 555-2324.

Mike: (phone beeps) Dad? Can you hold on a minute? Mom's calling on the other line. (into phone to mom) Hello?

Mrs. Johnson: Hi, sweetheart, it's your mom!

Mike: Hi, Mom! I'm on the other line with Dad.

Mrs. Johnson: Oh that's nice, dear. I need to talk to him, too. I'm planning our trip to New York. I'd prefer to come in September, but your father wants to come during the holidays. Now you tell him…

Mike: Wait a minute, I can't stand sending messages. Can you hold on a second? I'm going to try to connect you two…(into phone to both mom and dad) Hello? Is everybody here?

Mr. Johnson: Yeah, I'm here…(mom laughs) Oh… this is what I call a family reunion!

Mike: (all laugh) Yeah!

Woman: (to Mike) Shh! Do you mind? (to her friend) I can't stand cell phones ---- especially in public places!

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