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1 初级英语听力 Part II Compound Dictation Part I Sentence Dictation Part III Short Answer Questions Unit 22

2 1.Listen to following sentences carefully and try to write down what you have heard. 2. Please repeat each sentence while listening and pay attention to the phonetics. 3. Please interpret what’ve heard into Chinese one by one. Part I Sentence Dictation Part II Compound Dictation Part III Short Answer Questions checkback

3 Part II Compound Dictation 1.Listen to the Economics Report, try to understand what you’ve heard. Part I Sentence Dictation Part III Short Answer Questions Words and expressions Middle East :中东 ( 一般泛指欧, 亚, 非三大洲连接的地区 ) petroleum :石油 Nigeria :尼日利亚 ( 非洲中西部国家 ) exporter :输出者, 出口商 Persian Gulf :波斯湾 Kuwait :科威特 ( 中东国家 ) Katar :卡塔尔 OPEC :石油输出国家组织 ( Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries ) next

4 When you think of oil, the part of the world that 1. first may be the Middle East. But petroleum development takes place 2.. Nigeria for example, is the largest oil producer in Africa and the 11th largest producer in the world. Russia is the world's second largest exporter of oil and the top exporter of natural gas. But the country that produces an export more oil than any other is Saudi Arabia. The Saudis hold 3. of the world's proven-oil reserves. Last year Saudi Arabia and other 4. countries produced about 28% of the world's oil supply. The United States Energy Department says they also held 5. of known reserves. The other Gulf producers are Bahrain, Iran, Iraq, Kuwait, Qatar and the United Arab Emaris. Iran has 10% of the world's proven oil reserves. Iraq is also 6. to have a large supply of oil and 7. may hold much more. In 1960 Iran Iraq Kuwait Saudi Arabia and Venezuela formed the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries. Today OPEC has 12 members. The 8. is Angora which joined this year. 2.Listen to it again, this time, please try to fill the following blanks. High oil prices have broad new attention to OPEC. Its members produce about 40% of o\ oil. But 2 of the world's top three oil exporters 9., 10. are not OPEC members. 11. during the oil crisis connected to the 1973 Arab Israeli war. 12., Western Europe and Japan because of their support for Israel. Since then 13. and 14. in area including countries of the former Soviet Union have provided more oil. National Oil Companies are estimated to control about 80% of 15.. In recent years, rising oil prices have led more governments 16.. President V. has moved to 17. oil operations in Venezuela. And in Russia a series of actions resulted in 18. gaining control of reserves held by Ukos. Ukos was Russia's largest 19. until the government said 20.. backcheck

5 Part III Short Answer Questions 1.Words and expressions 2.Listen to the material first time and try to understand what you’ve heard. Part I Sentence Dictation Part II Compound Dictation repression :镇压, 抑制 tear gas :催泪瓦斯 Pyongyang :平壤 ( 朝鲜民主主义人民共和国首都 ) Pakistan :巴基斯坦 ( 南亚国家 ) Corruption :腐败, 贪污 Dismiss :开除, 解职 Withdraw :撤退 next

6 1)What was the United Nations special diplomat expected to do? 2) What would be the goal for the talks between North and South Korea? 3) How many resistance fighters were killed by the coalition force? 4) Who were those killed in the bomb attack? 5) What did the British Prime Minister say about the troops in Iraq? 3.Listen to it again, and answer the following questions. 4 . Retell these news after listening to it the third time. check

7 part I 1. She went out to buy a new dress. 2. He had to go return a gift to the store. 3. I need to buy a new umbrella. 4. They have sold out of the brand that I like. 5. Do you have any shoes in my size? keys Part II Compound Dictation back

8 1.comes to mind 2.worldwide. 3.one-fourth 4.Persian Gulf 5.55% 6.estimated 7.unexplored areas 8.newest 9.Russia 10.Norway 11.Its influence may have reached a high point 12.Arab oil producers boycott the United States 13.new discoveries 14.increase production 15.the world's oil supply 16.to act either directly or indirectly to take control of their oil industries. 17.nationalize 18.state-owned 19.private company 20.it owned billions of dollars in taxes and jailed its founder Russia's richest man. Part III Short Answer Questionskeys part II backscript

9 This is the VOA Special English Economics Report. When you think of oil, the part of the world that 1.comes to mind first may be the Middle East. But petroleum development takes place 2.worldwide. Nigeria for example, is the largest oil producer in Africa and the 11th largest producer in the world. Russia is the world's second largest exporter of oil and the top exporter of natural gas. But the country that produces an export more oil than any other is Saudi Arabia. The Saudis hold 3.one-fourth of the world's proven-oil reserves. Last year Saudi Arabia and other 4.Persian Gulf countries produced about 28% of the world's oil supply. The United States Energy Department says they also held 5.55% of known reserves. The other Gulf producers are Bahrain, Iran, Iraq, Kuwait, Qatar and the United Arab Emaris. Iran has 10% of the world's proven oil reserves. Iraq is also 6.estimated to have a large supply of oil and 7.unexplored areas may hold much more. In 1960 Iran Iraq Kuwait Saudi Arabia and Venezuela formed the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries. Today OPEC has 12 members. The 8.newest is Angora which joined this year. next

10 Part III Short Answer Questions back High oil prices have broad new attention to OPEC. Its members produce about 40% of o\ oil. But 2 of the world's top three oil exporters 9.Russia, 10.Norway are not OPEC members. 11.Its influence may have reached a high point during the oil crisis connected to the 1973 Arab Israeli war. 12.Arab oil producers boycott the United States, Western Europe and Japan because of their support for Israel. Since then 13.new discoveries and 14.increase production in area including countries of the former Soviet Union have provided more oil. National Oil Companies are estimated to control about 80% of 15.the world's oil supply. In recent years, rising oil prices have led more governments 16.to act either directly or indirectly to take control of their oil industries. President V. has moved to 17.nationalize oil operations in Venezuela. And in Russia a series of actions resulted in 18.state-owned gaining control of reserves held by Ukos. Ukos was Russia's largest 19.private company until the government said 20.it owned billions of dollars in taxes and jailed its founder Russia's richest man. And that's the VOA Special English Economics Report written by Maria R. Our report last week on the history of oil can be found at voaspecialenglish.com. I'm Faith L.

11 It is 15:30 Universal Time. I'm Steve Ember in Washington. [1] United Nations special diplomat Ibrahim Gambari has met with Burmese leader Than Shwe. The two men met in Naypyitaw Burma. Mr. Gambari was expected to urge General Than Shwe and his government to stop its repression of protestors, to release political detainees, and move toward democratic reform. Mr. Gambari later met for a second time with detained opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi. The diplomat then left Burma. Last week, Burmese forces used tear gas and sticks against democracy activists demonstrating in Rangoon. [2] South Korean President Roh Moo-hyun is in Pyongyang for meetings with North Korean leader Kim Jong Il. Thousands of cheering North Koreans welcomed President Roh as his vehicle arrived in the city. Mr. Kim did not smile when he welcomed the South Korean leader. The two men are to have their first official talks on Wednesday. It is the second meeting between the leaders of North and South Korea since a truce ended the Korean War in Mr. Roh has said his goal for the talks is to support peace efforts between the two countries. Some critics wonder whether his goal can be reached during the meetings. [3] The government of Pakistan has decided to cancel corruption charges against former Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto. Prime Minister Shaukat Aziz discussed the charges Tuesday with government ministers. Pakistan's railways minister says the ministers and top officials agreed to the idea of dropping the old charges against Ms. Bhutto. The former prime minister served in office two times between 1988 and She left the country to live in exile after her government was dismissed and she was accused of financial wrong doing. next

12 [4] Afghan officials say a suicide bomber has attacked a police bus near Kabul. Officials said the bombing killed 13 people including three children. The Afghan Interior Ministry said eight policemen and five civilians were killed. At least seven other people were wounded. A man claiming to represent Taliban fighters said they were responsible. Separately, a soldier with the American-led coalition was killed in fighting in eastern Afghanistan. Three other soldiers were wounded. [5] British Prime Minister Gordon Brown says he believes 1,000 British troops could be withdrawn from Iraq by the end of the year. Mr. Brown said he believes Iraqi forces will be prepared to take control of security in the southern province of Basra in the next two months. He spoke in Baghdad after meeting with Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki. Mr. al-Maliki confirmed that Iraq was ready to take control of security responsibilities from British forces. This is Mr. Brown's first visit to Iraq since becoming prime minister. You are listening to the news in VOA Special English. back


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