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2015年1月17日雅思听力真题【专业测评版】

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2015年1月17日雅思听力真题

  听力字幕版一:

  In Australia, where people spend a lot of time at the beach, the government has realised that it must prevent sharks from swimming near its beaches.As a result, they've introduced a beach-netting program.Beach-netting, or meshing, involves setting large nets parallel to the shore; this means that the nets on New South Wales beaches are set on one day, and then lifted and taken out to sea on the next day.When shark-netting first began in 1939, only the Sydney metropolitan beaches were meshed - these beaches were chosen because beaches near the city are usually the most crowded with swimmers.Ten years later, in 1949, systematic meshing was extended to include the beaches to the south of Sydney.As a result of the general success of the program in Sydney, shark-meshing was introduced to the state of Queensland around 1970.The New Zealand authorities also looked at it, but considered meshing uneconomical - as did Tahiti in the Pacific

  听力字幕版二:

  TONY: OK. Anything else for the guests to bring?

  LISA: Well, some music, because there'll be a tape deck there in the room, and we can have some dancing later on.

  TONY: Anything else?

  LISA: Well, it’s just a thought, but a couple of years ago we had a really good party where we set up, you know, some simple games.

  TONY: Yeah, great. Wasn’t it based on photos from the students and teachers?

  LISA: That’s right.

  TONY: So we should ask the guests to bring photos. OK. I’ll put it on the invitations.

  LISA: Now the last thing is, who shall we ask to do the speech?

  TONY: Don’t you think it might be nice to have one of the students?

  LISA: Well then, the Student Leader?

  TONY: Yeah, much better than the Director giving speeches again.

  LISA: OK then, I’ll ask her. Lovely! So, is that all?

  TONY: Looks like it.

  LISA: Great. Thanks ever so much...

  听力字幕版三:

  LISA: Hi Tony, thanks ever so much for coming. You know we've been asked to organise something for John's farewell?

  TONY: Yeah, sure, it’s about time we started working out details.

  LISA: Exactly. We don’t want to leave it so late that it’s double the work.

  TONY: Mmm, mm, right, do you want me to take notes?

  LISA: That'd be great, thanks.

  TONY: Right, first thing is, when is the best time to hold it?

  LISA: Well, he leaves on the twenty-fourth of December.

  TONY: So what about the twenty-second?

  LISA: Yeah, I think that’s about right. We want it quite near the time, don’t we?

  TONY: Sure, and what about a venue? In college? A hotel?

  LISA: I think a hotel will probably work out rather expensive, and I’ve been looking at the College Dining Room; Chat seems pretty reasonable.

  TONY: Fine, yeah, why not?

  USA: And then we ought to be thinking about invitations ... who mustn't we forget to invite?

  TONY: Well, obviously John and his wife.

  LISA: Right.

  TONY: And the Director.

  LISA: Ah ha.

  TONY: The office staff.

  LISA: Yep, and all the teachers and all the students.

  TONY: Anyone else?

  LISA: Faculty Heads?

  TONY: No, better draw the line, I don’t think it’s necessary.

  LISA: Yeah, you’re right.

  TONY: I don’t mind writing the invitations. When shall we get them out for?

  LISA: Enough time but not too early. What about the fifteenth of December?

  TONY: Well, there are exams on the sixteenth - better avoid them.

  LISA: Tenth?

  TONY: Yeah, that should do it.

  听力字幕版四:

  Today were going to look at one of my favourite fish - the shark. As you know, sharks have a reputation for being very dangerous creatures capable of injuring or killing humans, and I’d like to talk about sharks in Australia.Sharks are rather large fish, often growing to over ten metres and the longest sharks caught in Australia have reached sixteen metres. Sharks vary in weight with size and breed, of course, but the heaviest shark caught in Australia was a White Pointer - that weighed seven hundred and ninety-five kilograms - quite a size! Sharks have a different structure to most fish: instead of a skeleton made of bone, I hey have a tough elastic skeleton of cartilage. Unlike bone, this firm, pliable material is rather like your nose, and allows the shark to bend easily as it swims.

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