听力文摘共317期,全部选用短篇英语文稿,每篇均配有英语音频和字幕,方便英语学习之用。

《听力文摘》听力音频打包下载2018-08-02
听力文摘第317期:烹饪与人类的智慧2016-01-29
What makes the human brain so special? Actually, it mightnot be that special after all. In 2009, Dr. Suzana Herculano Houzel and her colleagues showed that the human brain has thesame density of nerve cells as other primates. Comparing humans to smaller primates, she claimsthat our brain is no bigger than it should be for our body size.
听力文摘第316期:千层面的怨念2016-01-29
So you made lasagna last night, and it was delicious. You saved the leftovers by wrapping aluminum foil over the top of the pan, and putting it in the fridge. When you get hungry today, you go to look for that lasagna, but it looks like the lasagna was getting hungry too! Its eaten tiny holes in the aluminum foil that was covering it.
听力文摘第315期:量体裁衣2016-01-28
Long ago, clothing was made by tailors or family members specifically for a certain person, exactly in their size to fit them. In todays world, most clothing we buy is ready made, so we need to look for our exact size on the label.
听力文摘第314期:枉费心机2016-01-28
If you want to fill a sink or bathtub with water, you need to do one thing first and thats stopper or plug up the drainpipe. Later, when you unplug the stopper, the used water will go rushing out down the drain.
听力文摘第313期:联合国发起"大猩猩年"2016-01-27
UN officially launched year of Gorilla The Year of the Gorilla began on Dec.1-a U.N. effort to raise money for primates threatened with extinction from disease, hunting and deforestation.
听力文摘第312期:试探舆论反应2016-01-27
Most of us know balloons from festivals and fun fairs, where they are colorful and amusing, but in the 19th century, before airplanes were invented, balloons were used in wartimes to spy on the enemy position. One or two men would go up with a telescope in a balloon tied to the ground with a rope.
听力文摘第311期:雪上加霜2016-01-26
Imagine a situation where a person has needlessly been injured by another. The injured person is naturally hoping for some help. Instead, the cruel one who injured that person starts shouting terrible, insulting words. Thus, the victim has now been injured both physically and emotionally.
听力文摘第310期:驯鹿的秘密2016-01-26
Rudolph the reindeer is best known for his brightly colored rednose. For other reindeer, however, the most colorful thingabout them is actually their eyes. Researchers have found thatdepending on the season, the eyes of Arctic reindeer change from gold to blue.
听力文摘第309期:气泵上的辛烷值是什么意思?2016-01-25
At the gas pump, you have a choice of octane numbers.87? 93? Whats the difference? To explain octane numbers,lets take an imaginative leap into the internal combustion engine of a car.
听力文摘第308期:午休的学问2016-01-25
When you go back to work or class after lunch, why is it so hard to stay awake? Although we get energy from food, we also use lots of energy to digest it.
听力文摘第307期:瞳孔的秘密2016-01-24
The size of our pupils can give clues to our interest, emotions,attitudes, and thought processes. If youve seen a magician tell which card someone picked from a deck, youve probably been amazed.
听力文摘第306期:本富兰克林没有被雷击2016-01-24
Everybody has heard the famous story of how pioneeringexperimenter–and part-time founding father–Ben Franklin tied a key to a kite string and flew thekite in a thunderstorm. The kite was hit by lightning, and zap! Franklin had discovered electricity. Well, it makes a better story than it does an experiment.
听力文摘第305期:运动会引发头痛吗?2016-01-23
Dear A Moment of Science, I like to exercise, but I suffer from migraines and worry thatgetting my sweat on at the gym could trigger a headache. Am I right to be cautious? Good question. For some people, exercise can in fact lead to a migraine.
听力文摘第304期:人体如何造血2016-01-23
If blood didnt circulate through our bodies, carrying oxygenand nutrients, we wouldnt be able to live. Blood is soimportant to life that the body constantly makes new blood.
听力文摘第303期:养狗才能释放压力2016-01-22
As most dog owners will attest, having a dog is great for severalreasons. For one, dogs are typically loyal, steady companions. Many studies have shown that caring for a dog is a great wayto get more exercise, relieve stress, and generally improve quality of life.
该音频有LRC字幕 听力文摘第302期:麻醉功效2016-01-22
If youve ever had major surgery, you probably remember lying down and waking up–but nothing inbetween.
该音频有LRC字幕 听力文摘第301期:迷幻蘑菇2016-01-21
Ive heard that psilocybin, which is the hallucinogenicingredient in psychedelic mushrooms, can alter peoplespersonalities and make them nicer.
该音频有LRC字幕 听力文摘第300期:大孩子小孩子 Big Kid Little Kid2016-01-21
Remember seesaws? Those things were great. But there wasoften a problem. Suppose theres a big kid on one side and a smaller kid on theother side. The seesaw just stays in one position: big kid on theground, smaller kid up in the air. No fun.
该音频有LRC字幕 听力文摘第299期:喝茶可以预防癌症? Drink Tea To Ward Off Cancer?2016-01-20
Dear A Moment Of Science, Can you settle a debate between my friend and me? She says thatgreen tea has some magic property that fights cancer. I say this is bogus. Whats the scoop? Well, its not magic, but it can help in the fight against cancer.
该音频有LRC字幕 听力文摘第298期:睡不着?暖暖手吧!Can't Sleep? Warm Your Hands!2016-01-20
You okay, Don? Sorry,Yael.Ive been having trouble sleeping lately. Have you tried thinking warm thoughts about your handsand feet? Uh,No. Why would I wanna do that?
该音频有LRC字幕 听力文摘第297期:乖乖看这! Here! Boy2016-01-19
Point at a ball and a dog will look at the ball, whereas a cat will probably look at your hand. Dogs seem to have a readyunderstanding of how human beings direct attention bypointing, and can follow our gestures almost as if they thought the same way we do.
该音频有LRC字幕 听力文摘第296期:未来智能轮胎 Smart Wheels2016-01-19
My car is stupid, Don. What do you mean, Yael? I turn the key, the engine ignites. I turn the steering wheel,the wheels move. And thats it! Well, what you expect? Thats how a car works.
该音频有LRC字幕 听力文摘第295期:凶猛的鱼类2016-01-18
The movie Jaws was so frightening that many peoplewho saw the film swore off swimming in the ocean. Consequently, when most people think of fearsome seacreatures, sharks come immediately to mind.
该音频有LRC字幕 听力文摘第294期:测量火山温度2016-01-18
Most of the time, volcanoes look like other mountains: solid,serene, capped with snow–a nice place to go camping. Unless, of course, it happens to explode and pour molten lava all over your campsite!
 315    1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 下一页 尾页

赞助商链接