《初级美国口语》听力音频打包下载(音频+文本)2019-06-15
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初级美语 Lesson 1:Greetings 问候2011-06-03
CHARLES: Mary! Mary Scott!MARY: Charles? Hello, Charles.CHARLES: Good morning. How are you?MARY: Fine, thanks. How are you?CHARLES: Fine, thanks.
初级美语 Lesson 2:Introductions 介绍2011-06-03
MARTIN: Hello, I'm Martin Learner.DEBBIE: I'm Debbie Johnson.MARTIN: Pardon?DEBBIE: I'm Debbie Johnson. This is Mr O'Brien.MARTIN: Hello. I'm Martin Learner. I'm a reporter.
初级美语 Lesson 4:Asking for Names 询问名字2011-06-02
MELANIE: Martin! Good morning. How are you?MARTIN: Hello. I'm fine thanks. How are you?MELANIE: Fine, thanks. This is Dan Booth. Dan, this is Martin Learner.・
初级美语 Lesson 3:Asking about Occupations 询问职业2011-06-02
MELANIE: Fine, thanks. Bill, this is Martin Learner. He's a reporter.BILL: Hello. I'm happy to meet you.MARTIN: Good morning. I'm happy to meet you, too. What do you do?
初级美语 Lesson 5:Saying Goodbye and Thank You 道别和道谢2011-06-01
MARTIN: Good afternoon, Mrs Montgomery.MELANIE: Hello. How are you?MARTIN: Fine, thanks. How are you?MELANIE: Fine, thanks. This is Phil Russell. H's a supervisor.
初级美语 Lesson 6:Asking for Directions 问路2011-06-01
The Art Museum? Go straight ahead. Then turn right at the Post Office.
初级美语 Lesson 7:Getting Acquainted 结识他人2011-05-31
Stefan, I'm writing a news report. It’s going to be about students in the US and I want to write about you.
初级美语 Lesson 8:Giving Addresses 告诉地址[1]2011-05-31
I know you're from Poland. What city are you from? Warsaw?STEFAN: No, I'm not from Warsaw. I'm from Cracow. Where are you from?MARTIN: I'm from Chicago.
初级美语 Lesson 9:Giving Addresses 告诉地址[2]2011-05-30
CAST: Look out! Did you see that? Stand back. What happened? Is anyone hurt? Where did he come from?POLICEMAN: All right, all right. Stand back. Move. Stand back.ALEXANDER: Who are you?POLICEMAN: I'm a policeman. Did you see the accident?
初级美语 Lesson 10:Responding to Requests 对要求作出反应2011-05-30
MARTIN: Hello! Hello! Is this the police? Hello. What? Is this the police? Good. I'm Martin Learner. Martin, M-A-R-T-I-N. Learner, L-E-A-R-N-E-R Yes. Martin Learner! What? My car... My car is missing. Missing. It is not here. At the hotel. The Denver Hotel. My car is not here! Come to the police station? OK!
初级美语 Lesson 11:Requesting Help with a Map 借助地图寻求帮助2011-05-29
MARTIN: Excuse me. Where is Martin Luther King School?MAN: What?MARTIN: Where is Martin?MAN: Wait a minute. Let me turn off my engine. Now.MARTIN: Where is Martin Luther King School?
初级美语 Lesson 12:Asking Names of Unfamiliar Objects 询问陌生物体的名称2011-05-29
MARTIN: Excuse me. Where is the principal's office?BOY: Go straight ahead, then turn left.MARTIN: Thanks. Good morning. I'm Martin Learner.TINA: Oh, You're the reporter. I'm Tina Good place. I'm Mrs. Weaver's secretary.
初级美语 Lesson 14:Talking About What People Do for Work 谈论人们从事的工作2011-05-28
购物中心(shopping mall)是美国新兴起的购物场所,一座建筑物里各种类型的专柜商店,餐厅饮食店、电影院、健身房也一应俱全。还设有免费停车场,通常 shopping mall 里有两家大百货公司,各居一端。
初级美语 Lesson 13:Talking About Occupations 谈论职业2011-05-28
Yes, I write stories for the Voice of America. I'm writing a story about schools.No. Red beans. I grow soybeans, red beans, and white beans. Last year I grew green beans and peas.
初级美语 Lesson 15:Talking About What People Do for Work 谈论人们从事的工作2011-05-27
美国人崇尚自立。许多年轻人在课余时间做临时工作(part-time job),有些学生还能够挣钱交纳部分学费。这样既减轻了家长的经济负担,又证明了自己的能力。美国青年把自食其力看做是光彩的事。
初级美语 Lesson 16:Talking About Where People Work 谈论人们的工作场所2011-05-27
Do you see those people? They work on the roads and streets.MARTIN: I see. How many teachers do you have?About one-hundred. They teach in the schools. Look at that school.
初级美语 Lesson 17:Asking About People2011-05-26
在美国很多人居住在“单门独户”的房子(house)里,这种房子有前、后院、花园、车库及栅栏。在些人住在公寓楼(apartment)里。还有些人住在“大篷车”(mobile home)里,“大篷车”是装有车轮的活动房,可用车牵引,房内生活设施齐全。
初级美语 Lesson 18:Talking About Homes and Farming 谈论住处和农活2011-05-26
美国大约有250万个农场,大多数农场只生产一两种商业性产品,比如:玉米、鸡蛋或牛奶。美国是世界上最大的玉米生产国,玉米也是美国产量最大的谷物,主要产于美国中部的玉米生产带(corn belt)。最初种玉米的是美洲印第安人,他们称玉米为 maize。
初级美语 Lesson 19:Talking About Families 谈论家庭2011-05-25
在美国也存在着很大的城乡差别,但这种差别并不是物质的优劣,而是体现在另一方面。乡村、郊区的居民崇尚轻松、俭朴的生活方式和开阔的居住环境,而且往往对城市所象征的一切持抵触情绪。近些年来,越来越多的人离开大都市,迁居郊野、乡下,就是想躲避城市日趋恶化的环境,回归自然。
初级美语 Lesson 20:Introduction of Family Member 介绍家庭成员2011-05-25
有些家庭每隔二三年,便会固定地举行家庭聚会(family reunion),这种场合比较正式,意义也比较深远,叔叔、伯伯(uncles),姨妈、舅母(aunts),表兄弟姐妹(cousins),侄子(nephews),侄女(nieces),祖父母(grandparents)等都会设法到齐。
初级美语 Lesson 22:Likes and Dislikes 好恶2011-05-24
音乐在美国人的生活中一直起着重要的作用。美国的民间音乐(folk music) 源于多国文化背景,为世界人民所喜欢。古典音乐方面,美国有引以为自豪的著名交响乐团,如纽约、波士顿、费城、芝加哥、底特律、洛杉矶等交响乐团。最具美国特色的是爵士乐,起源于新奥尔良(New Orleans),现已风靡全世界。
初级美语 Lesson 21:Talking About the Past and the Present 谈论过去和现在2011-05-24
美国四分之三家庭住在城市,大约百分之五弱的家庭住在农场,居住在小城市的家庭到处都是,约有5,000万美国人住在不到2,500人的小社区内。
初级美语 Lesson 23:Activities in the Present and in the Past 过去和现在的活动2011-05-23
美国的电话系统为私营公司所有,最有名的公司是贝尔电话公司(the Bell Telephone Company)。 美国的电话普及率高达百分之八十以上,几乎每个家庭和办公室都有至少一部电话。
初级美语 Lesson 24:Activities in the Future 将来的活动2011-05-23
有人说如果中国人是教育狂,那么美国人就是运动狂。美国整天都有全国性的运动比赛(national tournaments),春天有篮球比赛,夏天有棒球赛,秋冬天有美式橄榄球赛,人们随时可以亲自到运动场(the sports arenas)和体育馆(gymnasium)观看比赛,或者通过电视、收音机、报纸得知各种比赛的消息。很多美国人是运动迷,最受欢迎的两项运动是美式橄榄球(football)和棒球(baseball)。

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