《21世纪大学英语》由8个单元构成,每一个单元一个主题,主题内容紧密结合学生生活。

《新世纪大学英语2》听力音频打包下载(音频+文本)2019-06-15
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新世纪大学英语2 012013-02-22
You're about to hear a conversation about Winston Churchill. Before you listen, take a look at the words below. Which do you think you're likely to hear when people discuss Churchill? Then, as you listen to the tape the first time, circle the words you hear.
新世纪大学英语2 022013-02-22
Before listening to the tape, have a quick look at the following blanks to prepare yourself to listen for the figures.
新世纪大学英语2 032013-02-21
But as George's sixth year in the country was coming to an end, an unexpected difficulty became apparent: The Japanese engineers had surpassed George in their knowledge of the rapidly - changing technology. He had nothing left to teach them.
新世纪大学英语2 042013-02-21
As you listen the first time, tick the questions that are answered in the listening passage. Don't worry about answering the questions yet - just identify which questions are answered.
新世纪大学英语2 052013-02-20
While preparing to graduate from high school in 1987, Priscilla Vazquez waited anxiously for her letter from the University of Washington, hoping she would be the first person in her family to attend college. When the acceptance letter arrived, she was overjoyed.
新世纪大学英语2 062013-02-20
Before you listen to the tape have a quick look at the paragraph below. It's similar to what you'll hear on the tape, but there are some differences. As you listen the first time, underline the sections of the paragraph that are different from what you hear on the tape.
新世纪大学英语2 072013-02-19
It is generally agreed that the American education system is in deep trouble. Everyone is aware of the horrible facts: school systems are running out of money, teachers can't spell, students can't read, high school graduates can't even find China on the map.
新世纪大学英语2 082013-02-19
The restaurant was almost full. A steady hum of conversation hung over the room; people spoke with each other and worked on their meals.
新世纪大学英语2 092013-02-18
In March of 1997, Stephen Zebiak stared at his computer screen in alarm. The veteran climate researcher saw indications of a worldwide weather event that, over the years, has been blamed for droughts and floods, famine, fires and thousands of deaths. Called El Nino, it is the most disruptive climatic phenomenon on the planet.
新世纪大学英语2 102013-02-18
Rapid advances in technology are affecting education just like every other field. Have a look at this list of products and services that students of the future will have, and imagine what each one does. Then, as you listen to the tape, circle the products and services that you hear the students talk about.

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