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周一:句子反复磨耳朵(中级)10句
这是专辑最前面“句子磨耳朵”的进阶版。

周三:长难句子磨耳朵 10句
这是句子磨耳朵的超进阶版,贴近真实谈话。

周五:四六级听力死磕磨耳朵 一篇
这是大学英语四六级听力材料的精听,有助于提高应试能力。

周日:level4短文 一篇
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感谢大家的喜爱和支持!

level3短文更新完后,接下去的听力材料形式将更多样,更新计划是每周一三五七的7:30更新一期。

周一:句子反复磨耳朵(中级)10句
这是专辑最前面“句子磨耳朵”的进阶版。

周三:长难句子磨耳朵 10句
这是句子磨耳朵的超进阶版,贴近真实谈话。

周五:四六级听力死磕磨耳朵 一篇
这是大学英语四六级听力材料的精听,有助于提高应试能力。

周日:level4短文 一篇
level4比level3的长度和词汇有所提高,语速没有提高。

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    四六级听力死磕磨耳朵 4

    四六级听力死磕磨耳朵 4

    提示
    1.每期为一篇听力题,每篇裁剪为若干片段,每个片段重复四遍。
    2.可以前两遍盲听理解,后两遍根据文字内容精听。
    3.根据中英文意思,听不懂的地方多听几遍。
    词汇提示
    1.trends 趋势
    2.obsessed 痴迷
    3.glimpse 瞥见
    4.lifts 电梯
    5.clients 客户
    6.outfit 套装
    7.appropriate 合适的
    8.multiple多个
    9.items 单品
    10.shades 颜色深浅
    11.colleagues 同事
    12.involves 涉及
    13.interacting 互动
    原文
    2020.12 六级第一套 Passage Two
    I work in advertising and I like to keep up with current trends.
    我在广告行业工作,喜欢紧跟当前时尚。
    Mainly because l'm aware that we live in an image obsessed world.
    主要是因为我明白我们生活在一个注重形象的世界。
    However, when I first started my job, occasionally l'd catch a glimpse of myself in the lifts and find myself thinking that I looked a total mess.
    不过,刚开始工作时,我偶尔会在电梯里看到自己一眼,结果发现自己穿的一团糟。
    Was I being held back by my choice of clothing? The short answer is yes, especially when clients are quick to judge you on your style rather than your work.
    我有没有被自己的穿衣打扮拖后腿呢?简而言之,答案是肯定的,尤其是有些客户会根据你的穿搭而非工作来对你做出评价。
    But no one can be unique with their outfit every day. I mean that's why uniforms were invented. So here's what I did, created my own uniform.
    但是谁也不能每天都穿的与众不同,所以当初才有人发明了制服。于是我就设计了自己的制服。
    Now, I never worry about what l'm wearing in the morning, even if I do get a bit tired of just wearing the same classic pieces.
    现在我早上再也不用为穿什么而发愁了,虽然确实有点厌烦一直穿同样的经典款式。
    Overall, when it comes to work, you have to ask yourself, “Will looking smarter enhance my ability to do my job?" For some, this question may not be an issue at all.
    总的来说,谈到工作中的穿搭,你需要问问自己,穿得漂亮会提高我的工作能力吗?对有些人来说,这可能根本就不是问题。
    Especially if you work remotely and rarely see your colleagues or clients face to face. But if your job involves interacting with other people, the answer to this is often yes.
    尤其如果你是远程办公,很少和同事或客户见面。但是如果你的工作需要经常和其他人打交道,那这个问题的答案通常是肯定的。
    So rather than fighting the system, I think we should just do whatever helps us to achieve our goals at work. If that means playing it safe with your image, then let's face it. It's probably worth it.
    所以我认为,不要与这种体制对抗,我们只需要做好一切能帮助我们达成工作目标的事情。如果这意味着要审慎对待自己的形象,那么就直面它吧。这很可能是值得的。
    问题:
    Question 12: What do we learn about the speaker when she first started her job?
    Question 13: Why were uniforms invented according to speaker?
    Question 14: What does speaker say about looking smarter?
    Question 15: What does the speaker advise people to do in an image obsessed world?

    • 7 min
    长难句子磨耳朵 31-40

    长难句子磨耳朵 31-40

    提示
    一、十个句子每个句子念两遍,念完后从头再念两遍。
    二、从听懂的词入手,理解句子含义。
    三、根据中英文意思,听不懂的多听几遍。
    词汇提示
    1.generalize 泛化
    2.in spite of 尽管
    3.explicitly 明确地
    4.overlook 忽略
    5.up to the minute of  直到
    原文
    31.
    Just because a certain book does not interest readers does not mean that the fault lies in the book.
    不是因为读者对某本书不感兴趣,这本书就肯定是有问题的了。
    32.
    I don't think that it is possible to generalize a whole nation, and say how all
    Japanese people are.
    我觉得不可以泛化一个民族,说日本人怎么样。
    33.
    In spite of the fact that drinking alcohol damages their bodies, many people still like to drink it.
    尽管喝酒对身体不好,很多人还是喜欢喝。
    34.
    I don't like it when mathematicians who know much more than I do can't express themselves explicitly.
    我不喜欢那些数学家知道的比我多得多,却不知道清楚地表达自己。
    35
    Kids these days think that any issue in life can be resolved as easily as restarting a computer game.
    现在的孩子认为解决任何生活问题都像重新开始一个电脑游戏那么简单。
    36.
    Making this matter public would have an effect on our sales, so we're going to overlook it this once.
    公开此事会影响我们的销售,所以我们将忽略它一次。
    37.
    Because people in the world don't speak the same language, much effort is now devoted to translation.
    因为世界上的人不是讲同一种语言,所以现在很多人努力致力于翻译。
    38.
    I am very sorry that I have to ask you to change the meeting date to March 6 due to personal reasons.
    真的很对不起,因为一些私人的理由,我想请你把见面日期改为三月六日。
    39.
    Older couples often appreciate cash more than gifts because they neither need nor have room for them.
    年纪大的夫妻往往喜欢礼金胜于礼物,因为他们既不需要礼物也没有空间放礼物。
    40.
    He was so healthy up to the minute of his sudden death. You really never know what might happen next.
    他一直好好的,却突然死去了。未来的事情,实在是无法预知的

    • 4 min
    句子反复磨耳朵(中级) 31-40

    句子反复磨耳朵(中级) 31-40

    听前提示
    一、三遍英文,一遍中文,再一遍英文。
    二、从听懂的词入手,理解句子含义。
    三、根据中英文意思,听不懂的多听几遍。
    词汇提示
    1.on the ground 以...为理由
    2.vague 模糊的
    3.theoretical 学术的
    4.terms 术语
    5.geometry 几何学
    原文
    31.
    How long does it take to go from here to the Hilton Hotel?
    从这里到希尔顿饭店要多长时间?
    32.
    What would become of our city if an earthquake were to hit it?
    如果地震来袭,我们的城市会变成什么样子?
    33.
    I can't agree to your proposal on the ground that it is not fair and reasonable.
    我不能同意你的提议,因为这既不公平也不合理。
    34.
    This meeting is a waste of time,everybody is just talking in vague theoretical terms.
    这次会议就是浪费时间,每个人都在用含糊的理论术语说话。
    35.
    If you put more tea leaves into the pot,the tea will taste better.
    如果你再往茶壶里放点茶叶,茶的味道就会更好。
    36.
    Geometry,about which I know nothing,seems like a very dull subject.
    我对几何一窍不通,那似乎是一门很枯燥的学问。
    37.
    I can know the past,but the future we can only feel.
    我们可以了解过去,但我们只能感知未来。
    38.
    When she returned home from school,she began to help her mother in the kitchen.
    当她放学回家,就开始在厨房里帮妈妈干活。
    39.
    Computers will save you much time and energy when you deal with figures and graphs.
    当处理数字和图标时,电脑将节省你很多时间和精力。
    40.
    Now that you are a high school student,you are responsible for what you do.
    既然你是一名高中生了,你要对你的行为负责。

    • 4 min
    Level 4-Day 4 Cowboys

    Level 4-Day 4 Cowboys

    词汇提示
    1.cattle drives 赶牛
    2.conqueror 占领者
    3.roamed 漫步
    4.prairies 草原
    5.interbred 杂交
    6.temper 脾气
    7.aggressiveness 攻击性
    8.disbanded 遣散
    9.tribes 部落
    10.wagon 马车
    11.barred 被禁止
    12.barbed wire 带刺铁丝网围栏
    13.dealer 商人
    14.sheriff 治安官
    15.tamed 驯服
    16.herd 牧群
    17.rancher 牧场主
    18.chuck wagon 流动餐车
    19.portable 便携的
    20.fenced 被围起来
    原文
    Cowboys
    The golden age of the American cowboy was short lived.
    It began in the 1860s with the great cattle drives from Texas north to Kansas.
    By 1890, when railroads had reached remote areas, there was no more need for large scale cattle drives.
    Of course, cowboys have a history before 1860.
    In fact, there were Mexican cowboys long before that.
    The Spanish conqueror of Mexico, Hernan Cortes, brought cattle with him.
    In 1521, Cortes also branded his cattle with a three-cross design.
    The Spanish sharp horned cattle roamed the deserts and prairies freely.
    Eventually, they found their way to Texas.
    American settlers in Texas interbreed their animals with the Spanish breed.The Texas long-horn cow was the result.
    It was famous for its bad temper and aggressiveness.
    The long horn was a dangerous animal, with each of its horns measuring up to three and one half feet long.
    After the American Civil War ended in 1865, disbanded soldiers who were former black slaves and young men seeking adventure headed west.
    At that time, there were about 5 million cattle in Texas.
    Back in the east, there was a big demand for beef.
    By this time, railways from the east extended as far west as Kansas.
    It was still more than 600 miles from South Texas to the railway between the two places.
    There were rivers to cross Indian tribes, bad lands and other problems.
    Fur trader named Jesse Chism had driven his wagon north.
    In 1865, cowboys and cattle followed the Chism trail north to Abilene, Kansas.
    This cattle trail became the most famous route for driving cattle, until it was barred with barbed wire in 1884.
    In 1867, cattle dealer Joseph G McCoy built pens for 3000 cattle in the little town of Abilene.
    Soon, Abilene was the most dangerous town in America.
    After the long cattle drive, cowboys who had just been paid went wild.
    Sheriff “Wild Bill”Hickok tamed Abilene in 1871 by forcing cowboys to turn over their guns when they arrived in town.
    Other towns replaced Abilene as the wildest town in the west-Newton, Wichita, Ellsworth and Dodge City in Kansas.
    A herd of 3000 Texas long horns might sell for 100000 dollars, making the rancher rich.
    The cowboys might get 200 dollars in wages, which often disappeared on drink women and gambling.
    Getting cattle to Kansas was far from easy.
    One of the biggest difficulties was getting the herd across rivers, especially when the river was high.There were no bridges. 
    In 1871, 350 cowboys driving 60000 cattle waited two weeks for the water level in the Red River to go down.
    Food for men and animals was also difficult to find at times. An early cattleman developed the Chuck Wagon, which were both a supply wagon and a portable kitchen.
    In the 1870s, there were probably 40000 cowboys in the West.
    After the prairies were fenced in, there was less work.
    Large ranchers still employ cowboys to round up the cattle for branding or for sale.
    Even today, about 20000 cowboys still work in North America.
    翻译
    牛仔美国牛仔的黄金时代是短暂的。它始于19世纪60年代,从德克萨斯向北到堪萨斯的大规模赶牛。到1890年,当铁路到达偏远地区时,就不再需要大规模的赶牛了。当然,牛仔在1860年以前就有了。事实上,早在那之前就有墨西哥牛仔了。墨西哥的西班牙征服者埃尔南·科尔特斯带来了牛。1521年,科尔特斯还在他的牛身上烙上了一个三叉图案。西班牙尖角牛在沙漠和大草原上自由游荡。最终,他们找到了去德克萨斯州的路。德克萨斯州的美国定居者将他们的

    • 3 min
    四六级听力死磕磨耳朵 3

    四六级听力死磕磨耳朵 3

    提示
    1.每期为一篇听力题,每篇裁剪为若干片段,每个片段重复四遍。
    2.可以前两遍盲听理解,后两遍根据文字内容精听。
    3.根据中英文意思,听不懂的地方多听几遍。
    词汇提示
    1.shrewdly 精明的
    2.deduction 扣除
    3.irrespective 无关联的
    4.approximately 大约
    5.essentials 必需品
    6.accommodation 住宿
    7.recreation 娱乐
    8.designate 指定
    9.allocate 划拨
    10.complacent 自满的
    11.potentially 潜在地
    12.lucrative 利润丰厚的
    13.dividends 分红
    原文
    2020.12 六级第一套 Passage One
    To achieve financial security, how much you save is always more important than the amount you earn or how shrewdly you invest.
    要实现财务安全,存多少钱永远比赚多少钱或者投资多精明更重要。
    If you're under 30 years old, your goal should be to save 20% of your monthly income after tax deductions. This is irrespective of how much you earn.
    如果你还不到三十岁,那么你的目标应该是将每月税后收入的20%用作储蓄。这个数目与你赚多少钱无关。
    Approximately 50% should be reserved for essentials like food and accommodation.The remaining 30% is for recreation and entertainment.
    税后收入的大约50%应该预留给食物和住宿等生活必需品,剩下30%用于消遣和娱乐。
    But for many young people, it will be difficult to designate such a large proportion of their income for savings.
    但是对许多年轻人来说,将如此大一部分收入用作储蓄是有一定难度的。
    If you find it hard to save any money at all, start by cutting all unnecessary spending, allocate the tiny amount of one or 2% for savings and gradually increase that amount.
    如果你发觉自己一分钱都存不下,先从减少一切不必要支出入手,把1%或2%的少量收入划作储蓄之用,然后再逐渐增加。
    Always keep that 20% goal in mind, prevent yourself from becoming complacent. It can be challenging to stick to such a strict plan, but if you adopt the right mindset, you should be able to make it work for you.
    始终牢记20%的目标,以防自己免得自满。要坚持执行如此严格的计划,可能具有一定挑战性,但如果你能树立正确的心态,就应该能让它发挥作用。
    So what should you be doing with the money that you are saving? Some must be kept easily accessible in case you need some cash in an emergency.
    那么你应该如何处理存下来的钱呢。其中一小部分必须存放到易于取用的地方,以防紧急情况下需要用钱。
    The largest proportion should be invested in retirement plans, either through your employer or privately. And you can keep some money for high risk, but potentially lucrative investments.
    最大那部分则应该通过你的雇主或以私人方式投入退休金计划。你还可以留一部分用于风险高但潜在利润丰厚的投资。
    Dividends can be reinvested or use to purchase something you like. By following plan, you should hopefully be able to enjoy your life now and still be financially secure in the future.
    红利可以用作在投资或购买你喜欢的东西。通过执行这一计划,你应该有希望能享受现在的生活,并且在未来仍有经济保障。
    问题:
    Question 9: What are people under 30 advised to do, to achieve financial security?
    Question 10: What should people do if they find it difficult to follow the speaker's advice on their financial plan?
    Question 11: What does the speaker think is important for achieving financial security?

    • 7 min
    长难句子磨耳朵 21-30

    长难句子磨耳朵 21-30

    提示
    一、十个句子每个句子念两遍,念完后从头再念两遍。
    二、从听懂的词入手,理解句子含义。
    三、根据中英文意思,听不懂的多听几遍。
    词汇提示
    1.slang俗语
    原文
    21.
    Being unfamiliar with foreign languages, you'll never be able to understand the foreigner's silence.
    没有对外语的认识,你永远无法理解外国人的沉默。
    22.
    You want to travel to so many countries, how do you plan to communicate with other people?
    你想去那么多国家旅行,打算怎么和别人交流?
    23.
    Are you trying to suggest that my emotional problems are no different than those of a stupid person?
    你是说我的情绪问题跟那些白痴没什么两样吗?
    24.
    Make sure you get rid of your cold. You've got to be ready again next week. We can't do without you.
    你的伤风要快点好啊,下个礼拜你就又要准备好了啦,我们没了你是不行的。
    25.
    Life is like a marathon, where short-term gains and losses are not significant in and of themselves.
    人生是一次长跑,暂时的落后和领先都不算什么。
    26.
    My parents usually speak to each other in French, even though my mother is a native English speaker.
    我父母通常用法语对话,即使我母亲的母语是英语。
    27.
    Well... the teacher said that we have to go into a group of 3-5 people, so this isn't
    going to work.
    嗯。。。老师说我们必须加入一个3-5人的小组,所以我们没办法开始工作。
    28.
    "I'm going to count up slowly to three, Mary, and you'll wake up."
    "I'm already awake, Mister Kant."
    “我将缓慢的数到三,Mary,然后你就要起来了。“
    “我已经起来了,Mister Kant。"
    29.
    I can understand most of what they say, but I don't understand the slang they use (in their speech).
    我大部分能听懂他们说的话,但是听不懂他们说的俗语。
    30.
    Be not afraid of life. Believe that life is worth living, and your belief will help create the fact.
    不要害怕活着。要相信生命是有价值的,你的信念会使之成真。

    • 4 min

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