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1 初级英语听力 Unit 7 Part I Sentence Dictation Part II Compound Dictation Part III Short Answer Questions Unit 1

2 初级英语听力 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. Unit 7 Part I Sentence Dictation 初级英语听力 check Part II Compound Dictation Part III Short Answer Questions

3 Part II Compound Dictation coffee :咖啡 fair trade :公平贸易 nut :坚果 chocolate bar :巧克力块 Europe :欧洲 activist :激进主义分子 guarantee :保证 FLO :国际公平贸易标签组织( Fair Trade Labeling Organization International ) Parliament :国会,议会 resolution :决定, 决议 abuse :滥用, 虐待, 辱骂 Ethiopia :埃塞俄比亚 ( 非洲东部国家 ) joint statement :联合声明 next 1.Listen to the Words and their Stories, try to understand what you’ve heard. Part I Sentence Dictation Part III Short Answer Questions

4 Coffee drinkers are not the only ones 1. to pay more for products market with the words “Fair Trade” or “Fair Trade Certified”. Fair trade teas, 2., nuts, 3. and other products are also 4.. Some people see as 5. to buy these products. The movement began in Europe in the 1980s. Activists wanted 6. for small coffee producers in 7. countries. A group called the Fair Trade Labeling Organization International or FLO was established in 8.. Its responsibilities include 9. as well as 10. and wages. Under fair trade rules, 11. must give growers technical help and let 12. borrow money from them. Until 1989, an international agreement 13. But then, a free market agreement ended that. The supply of coffee grow higher than demand, prices were low. Now, coffee prices are rising on the world market. 2.Listen to it again, this time, please try to fill the following blanks. check The European Parliament14. the work of the fair trade movement with a resolution last year. But there were also calls to establish policies to protect the movement itself from abuses. These include growers failing to pay the required wages to their workers. Some economists criticize fair trade plans in general. 15. As a result, growers produce more and too much supply can hurt growers who are not included in the plans. Coffee is the second most traded product on world market after oil. And some of the finest coffees come from Ethiopia. Now Ethiopia wants to control the use of its specialty coffee names under trademark laws. The idea is to 16. The world’s best known coffee seller, however, resisted the idea. But last week after two days of talks, Ethiopia’s Intellectual Property Office and the Starbucks Coffee Company 17. a joint statement. They said they 18. sign an agreement this month. Details are not yet final, but they say the agreement will 19.. After all, Starbucks Chairman, Howard Schultz, noted that Ethiopia is recognized as the 20. of coffee.

5 Part III Short Answer Questions Interior Ministry :内政部 human rights violation :侵犯人权 torture: 折磨,虐待 jail :监 Foreign Minister :外交部长 re-energize :重新加强 ruling party :执政党 Burma :缅甸 ( 东南亚国家,首都仰光 Rangoon) Buddhist :佛教徒 march :进军, 前进 detain :拘留, 留住, 阻止 monk :和尚 anti-government :反政府 demonstration :示威 opposition :反对, 敌对, 相反 unrest :不安的状态, 动荡的局面 detention :拘留, 禁闭 condemn :声讨, 谴责 kidnap :诱拐 ( 小孩 ), 绑架, 1.Words and expressions 1.Listen to the material first time and try to understand what you’ve heard. 2.Listen to it again, and answer the following questions. next Part I Sentence Dictation Part II Compound Dictation

6 1) Please write down all the numbers appeared in this news, and explain what each of these numbers stands for? 2) How many people participated in the anti-government demonstration? 3) Why several opposition politicians were arrested? 4) Who disappeared in west Afghan? 5) When will the newly elected Israeli President begin his term? 4.Retell these news after listening to it the third time. check 3.Listen to it again, and answer the following questions.

7 1.I’m a federal employee. I work for the Department of Labor. 3.As soon as I complete my training, I’m going to be a bank teller. 4.John has built up his own business. He owns a hotel. 2.What kind of work do you do? Are you a salesman? 5. What do you want to be when you grow up? Have you decided yet? keys Back Part II Compound Dictation

8 back 1.willing 2.bananas 3.chocolate bars. 4.available 5.an active social responsibility 6.a way to guarantee fair prices 7.poor 8.1997 9.setting prices 10.rules for working conditions 11.importers 12.growers 13.helped keep coffee prices level by governing the world supply. 14. recognized 15.They say the guaranteed prices are often higher than market prices. 16.charge coffee sellers for right to use those names. 17.released 18.looked forward to 19.recognize the importance of Ethiopia’s specialty coffee names. 20.historic birth place. Part III Short Answer Questions script

9 next Coffee drinkers are not the only ones 1.willing to pay more for products market with the words “Fair Trade” or “Fair Trade Certified”. Fair trade teas, 2.bananas, nuts, 3.chocolate bars and other products are also 4.available. Some people see as 5.an active social responsibility to buy these products. The movement began in Europe in the 1980s. Activists wanted 6.a way to guarantee fair prices for small coffee producers in 7.poor countries. A group called the Fair Trade Labeling Organization International or FLO was established in 8.1997. Its responsibilities include 9.setting prices as well as 10.rules for working conditions and wages. Under fair trade rules, 11.importers must give growers technical help and let 12.growers borrow money from them. Until 1989, an international agreement 13.helped keep coffee prices level by governing the world supply. But then, a free market agreement ended that. The supply of coffee grow higher than demand, prices were low. Now, coffee prices are rising on the world market.

10 The European Parliament14. recognized the work of the fair trade movement with a resolution last year. But there were also calls to establish policies to protect the movement itself from abuses. These include growers failing to pay the required wages to their workers. Some economists criticize fair trade plans in general. 15.They say the guaranteed prices are often higher than market prices. As a result, growers produce more and too much supply can hurt growers who are not included in the plans. Coffee is the second most traded product on world market after oil. And some of the finest coffees come from Ethiopia. Now Ethiopia wants to control the use of its specialty coffee names under trademark laws. The idea is to 16.charge coffee sellers for right to use those names. The world’s best known coffee seller, however, resisted the idea. But last week after two days of talks, Ethiopia’s Intellectual Property Office and the Starbucks Coffee Company 17.released a joint statement. They said they 18.looked forward to sign an agreement this month. Details are not yet final, but they say the agreement will 19.recognize the importance of Ethiopia’s specialty coffee names. After all, Starbucks Chairman, Howard Schultz, noted that Ethiopia is recognized as the 20.historic birth place of coffee. back Part III Short Answer Questions

11 [1]The Interior Ministry of Iraq says it has charged 57 members of the Iraqi police force with human rights violations. They are accused of torturing prisoners at a jail in eastern Baghdad. A spokesman said top officers and civilian workers are among those charged. He said that all 57 people have been removed from their jobs and will stand trail. In other news from Iraq, the United States military says coalition forces have killed 2 suspected terrorists in a raid north of Baghdad. Two other people were seized in the raid. Former Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein has called for peace among all Iraqis. This comes 2 day after an Iraqi court sentenced him to death for crimes against humanity. Saddam Hussein called on all Iraqis, Arabs and Kurds to forgive and shake hands. He spoke as he returned to court Tuesday to face charges in another case. Government lawyers for that case have accused the former Iraqi leader have killing more than 180,000 Kurds in 1988. [2]Palestinian medical workers say Israeli’s gun firer has killed at least five Palestinians in the Gaza Stripe. Reports say one woman was killed when Israeli tanks fired at the home of a Hamas lawmaker. Hours earlier the Israeli military said its forces left the Gaza town of. Israel said its week-long operation to stop rocket attacks on Israel was complete. The offensive was described as the biggest Israeli military operation in Gaza since Israel pulled out of the Palestinian territory last year. More than 50 Palestinians were killed. next

12 [ 3]Nigerians officials say 2 foreign oil workers have been freed after being held as hostages for five days in the Nigerian desert. The men were kidnapped Tuesday from a Norwegian ship of the coast of / State. They are said to be in good health. In the same area armed protesters Monday took control of an oil station owned by the Italian company /. 84 Italian workers were seized. Company officials say the situation has reduced oil production by at least 50,000 / a day. / is negotiating with the protesters. [4]The International Energy Agency is urging government to build more nuclear power plants. The agency's yearly world energy outlook was published Tuesday. The report says that nuclear power could slow climate change, increase energy security and reduce world dependence on imported gas. The agency also warns that unless countries take action, world demand for fuel could rise by 50% over the next 25 years. [5]The first voting stations have opened in the United States for legislative (立法) and local elections. The elections will decide several issues including which political party will control congress. National opinion studies suggest wide support for opposition Democratic Party candidates, however, the most recent studies show that several raises will be very close.


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