六级听力理解答案

听力长对话第1套
1. A) It is a Spanish soup.
2. C) To make it thicker.
3. B) It is mainly made of vegetables.
4. D) It comes from a special kind of pig.

5. C) They do not make decent gifts.
6. D) $30-$40.
7. A) They go well with different kinds of food.
8. C) It is Italy's most famous type of red wine.

听力长对话第2套
1. D) She is the owner of a special cafe.
2. A) They bear a lot of similarities.
3. A) By giving them regular cleaning and injections.
4. C) They love the animal in her cafe.

5. D) It is mostly garbage.
6. B) TV commercials.
7. C) Trying to trick children into buying their products.
8. C) They seldom had junk food.

听力篇章第1套
9. B) Decoding secret messages.
10. D) They helped the U.S. army in World War Two.
11. A) A military code that was never broken.

12. C) A lot of knowledge-intensive jobs will be replaced.
13. D) In the personal care sector.
14. B) They charge high prices.
15. A) The disruption caused by technology in traditionally well-paid jobs.

听力篇章第2套
9. C) Tombs of ancient rulers.
10. B) It's hardly associated with great civilizations.
11. A) It carries about one fifth of the world’s fresh water.

12. B) We are always in a rush to do various things.
13. C) She was accustomed to tight schedules.
14. D) Reading a book about slowing down.
15. B) She came to enjoy everyday tasks.

听力讲座/讲话第1套
16. C) It linked a stone pit to some waterways.
17. B) Saws used for cutting stone.
18. A) To provide services for the stone pit.

19. B) Dr. Gong slipped in needles where he felt no pain.
20. D) Previous medical treatments failed to relieve his pain.
21. C) More and more patients ask for the treatment.

22. B) They quarreled a lot and never resolved their arguments.
23. C) Neither of them has any brothers or sisters.
24. A) They tend to be self-assured and responsible.
25. D) They tend be well adjusted.

听力讲座/讲话第2套
16. C) They pose a threat to the local ecosystem.
17. D) Their distinctions are artificial.
18. A) Only a few of them cause problems to native species.

19. A) Respect their traditional culture.?
20. C) Drinking alcohol on certain days of a month.
21. D) They have a break from 2:00 to 5:30.

22. D) He had the company's bedroom extensively renovated.
23. B) Its articles should be short and inspiring.
24. D) He treated the employees like members of his family.
25. C) Several hundred of its employees got fired.

(注:全国总共只考了两套听力题。)


六级阅读理解答案

选词填空第1套
(Scientists scanning...)
26. K) puzzled
27. M) removed
28. A) chronicles
29. L) remnants
30. F) maximum
31. D) fascinates
32. I) perfect
33. J) precision
34. E) hypothesis
35. O) slightly

选词填空第2套
(Did Sarah Josepha Hale…)
26. K) reputed
27. C) characters
28. M) supposed
29. E) fierce
30. H) obsessed
31. A) campaign
32. N) traditional
33. I) proclamation
34. F) inspired
35. L) rest

选词填空第3套
(When Elon Musk says…)
26. D) enabling
27. A) amassed
28. N) terrified
29. L) smart
30. F) exaggerated
31. E) eventually
32. C) emotional
33. B) casual
34. J) precious
35. O) venture

长篇阅读第1套
(Peer Pressure Has a Positive Side)
36. H) Matthew D. Lieberman, a social cognitive neuroscientist…
37. C) Older adolescents scored about 50 percent higher…
38. L) And although anxious parents may not welcome…
39. J) If humans are generally geared to recall details…
40. G) The results: Teens who played the Iowa…
41. A) Parents of teenagers often view their children's friends…
42. I) The study also found that when subjects thought…
43. F) The brains of teenagers, but not adults, showed…
44. K) Yet our schools focus primarily on students…
45. D) Yet in the years following the publication of…

长篇阅读第2套
(Grow Plants Without Water)
36. C) Extreme conditions produce extremely tough plants…
37. H) After completing her Ph.D. on seeds, Farrant began…
38. A) Ever since humanity began to farm our own food…
39. K) Understanding the basic science first is key…
40. E) The big difference between "drought-tolerant" plants…
41. I) Once Farrant and her colleagues feel they have…
42. G) What else can do this dry-out-and-revive trick? …
43. B) Biologist Jill Farrant of the University of Cape Town…
44. F) Resurrection plants, defined as those capable of…
45. D) Farrant calls them resurrection plants…

长篇阅读第3套
(In the real world, nobody cares that you went to an Ivy League school)
36. J) Wealthy universities talk up the benefits…
37. G) I was lucky enough to have my tuition covered…
38. C) In reflection, my firm belief in the power of…
39. K) The Washington Post reported on a recent study…
40. B) Looking back now, nine years later, I can't remember…
41. H) So what about all that name recognition? ….
42. N) Maybe students who choose less prestigious universities…
43. A) As a high school junior, everything in my life…
44. E) While it may have been practical, it wasn't prestigious…
45. I) According to The Boston Globe, students…

仔细阅读第1套
Passage One (The Ebro Delta, in Spain…)
46. C) Rice farmers in the Ebro Delta are waging a battle of similar importance.
47. D) Using one evil to combat the other.
48. C) Its immediate priority is to bring the pest under control.
49. B) It will invade other rice-growing regions of Europe.
50. A) Cultivating ideal salt-resistant rice varieties.

Passage Two (Photography was once an…)
51. A) It was a painstaking effort for recording life’s major events.
52. D) whether it prevented people enjoying what they were doing
53. C) They are more absorbed in what catches their eye.
54. B) They focus more on the exhibits when taking pictures.
55. D) Even the very thought of taking a photo can have a positive effect.

仔细阅读第2套
Passage One (Human memory is notoriously…)
46. A) identify human faces more efficiently
47. C) To understand computers' problems with facial recognition.
48. D) It decreases as the database size increases.
49. A) They cannot easily tell apart people with near-identical appearances.
50. B) There do not exist public databases with sufficient face samples.

Passage Two (There're currently 21.5 million…)
51. B) They are acting in an irrational way.
52. A) impractical
53. C) Choose majors that will serve society’s practical needs.
54. C) It is well reflected in their average starting salary.
55. D) College students should fund their own education.

仔细阅读第3套
Passage One (Economically speaking, are we better…)
46. A) It is based on questionable statistics.
47. D) It is a more comprehensive measure of people's economic well-being.
48. B) It neglected many important indicators of people's welfare.
49. D) It can compare a country's economic conditions between different periods of time.
50. C) It has not improved as much as reported by the Census Bureau.

Passage Two (If you’ve everstarted a sentence…)
51. A) They may become exhausted by making too many decisions for themselves.
52. C) Decision fatigue may prevent people making wise decisions.
53. B) When they help others to make decisions.
54. D) They refrain from trying anything new.
55. A) It is vital for one to reach the goal desired.

英语六级估分提示

1大学英语六级考试题型及分值比例

2六级写作评分标准
写作是综合考查考生英语能力的有效手段。大学英语六级考试大纲要求,考生根据规定的题目和所提供的提纲、情景、图片或图表等,写出一篇150-200词的短文,考试时间30分钟。
写作部分所占分值比例为15%。阅卷评分按照满分为15分计算。阅卷标准共分六等:13-15分、10-12分、7-9分、4-6分、1-3分和0分。阅卷人员根据阅卷标准,若认为作文与某一分数的标准相似,即定为该分数;若认为稍优或稍劣于该分数的标准,可以加1分或减1分。具体评分标准如下:

3六级翻译评分标准
自2013年12月考次起,全国大学英语六级考试的翻译题由原单句汉译英调整为段落汉译英。翻译内容涉及中国的历史、文化、经济、社会发展等。长度为180-200个汉字。翻译的考试答题时间为30分钟。翻译须符合英语的语法结构和表达习惯,要求用词准确。
翻译部分所占分值比例为15%。阅卷评分按照满分为15分计算。翻译题满分为15分,成绩分为六档:13-15分、10-12分、7-9分、4-6分、1-3分和0分。各档次的评分标准见下表:

4大学英语四、六级考试分数解释
? ? ? ? 大学英语四、六级考试的分数报道采用常模参照方式,不设及格线。四、六级考试的卷面原始总分为100分,报道总分为710分。各单项报道分的满分为:写作106.5分,听力理解248.5分,阅读理解248.5分,翻译106.5分。
四级考试的常模群体选自全国16所高校的约三万名非英语专业的考生;六级常模群体选自全国五所重点大学的约五千名非英语专业的考生。每次考试等值后的卷面分数都参照常模转换为报道分。四、六级考试报道总分为710分,计算公式为:

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公式中TotSco表示总分,X表示每位考生常模转换前的原始总分,Mean表示常模均值,SD表示常模标准差。每次四级考试等值后的卷面分数都将参照此常模公式转换为报道分数。

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