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八年级英语听力测试

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从初中二年级甚至初中一年级下学期开始,学生的英语成绩呈悬殊态势,两级分化现象逐渐严重。不少学生对英语不感兴趣,丧失信心。笔者通过调查后认为:中学生英语过早两极分化的现象与英语听力教学有很大关系。下面小编为大家分享八年级英语听力测试,希望对大家有
从初中二年级甚至初中一年级下学期开始,学生的英语成绩呈悬殊态势,两级分化现象逐渐严重。不少学生对英语不感兴趣,丧失信心。笔者通过调查后认为:中学生英语过早两极分化的现象与英语听力教学有很大关系。下面小编为大家分享八年级英语听力测试,希望对大家有用。  M1 U1  Tony's mum: Tony, your room is very untidy. Can you tidy it up, please?  Tony: OK, Mum.  Tony's mum: You need to find somewhere to put your collection of model cars. You have so many now!  Tony's dad: I collected cars too when I was your age. And I also collected stamps.  Tony: Well, I have a collection of tickets. A stamp collection is too expensive for me.  Tony's dad: Yes, I spent a lot of money on some special stamps.  Tony's mum: My hobby was collecting dolls at that time. Oh, and I also had a collection of fans-you know, Chinese fans. But they took up less space than your collection of cars!  M1 U3  Girl: We have some interesting results from our survey on teenage hobbies.  Boy: What's the most popular hobby?  Girl: Well, boys and girls have different hobbies. The girls like singing and dancing, but the boys prefer playing football, and they like watching it, too.  Boy: Oh, I see. Is there anything that boys and girls like doing?  Girl: Yes, both girls and boys enjoy playing table tennis.  Boy: Why do teenagers like their hobbies?  Girl: They like to learn about new things, and to develop new skills. For example, collecting stamps helps them learn about other countries, and playing chess develops thinking skills.  Boy: I see. My hobby is growing vegetables. Is that a popular hobby?  Girl: Yes, it is. This hobby helps the whole family.  M1 WB  Alice: My name's Alice. Hobbies? Well, I don't really have any hobbies. No, that's not true. I read a lot and reading is a hobby, isn't it? But I don't play chess, or tennis, or things like that. I've got a lot of friends and I spend a lot of time with them. We talk about all kinds of things-people, our friends, school, our teachers, our family. And I spend a lot of time with my family-we do most things together. We watch quite a lot of television. I work hard at school-very hard-I love science and want to be a doctor. So I don't really have much time for other things. But as I said, I read a lot-that's my hobby. What about you?  Mike: My name's Mike. I've only got one hobby and that's football. My schoolwork is OK. I'm quite good at it, but it's football that's important to me. I've got three or four friends, and they love football, too. We talk about football all the time, and play every day after school. I'd like to play in a real football team one day. My sports teacher says it's possible if I really practise. I would love that.  Linda: Yes, I'm Linda. My hobbies? I've played chess since I was eight years old. My father taught me. He is in a chess club and he's one of the best players there. Because of this, I've become a very good chess player, too. In fact, I'm better at chess than my father now. He gets quite angry when I say this, but it's true. I love playing chess. I like things that are difficult-I get bored if something's too easy-I've always been like that. I've joined my father's chess club and I can beat almost everyone there! Maybe one day I'll become a champion!  M2 U1  Receptionist: Good morning, Radio Beijing.  Sally: Hello, is Chen Huan there?  Receptionist: Hold the line, please.  Secretary: Hello?  Sally: Hello. Is that Chen Huan speaking?  Secretary: This is Chen Huan's secretary speaking. Sorry. He isn't here right now. Can I take a message?  Sally: No, thank you. I'll call back later.  Secretary: Who's calling, please?  Sally: This is Sally Maxwell speaking.  Secretary: Can I help you?  Sally: Yes, please. Can you ask Chen Huan if I can bring a friend to the interview next week?  Secretary: I'm sure that'll be OK.  Sally: Great! Thank you.  Secretary: Bye!  M2 U3  6 I'm Charlie. I've been best friends with Sam for over ten years since we were at primary school. But now that we are teenagers, we seem to be changing. We don't have the same friendship any more, and I miss it. I want to stay friends with Sam, but I'm not sure it's going to work any more. What should I do? Should I make new friends? Or should I try to get our friendship back again?  7  Boy 1: I just want to say to Charlie, best friends come and go, you know. Nothing can stay the same forever, not even a long friendship of ten years. When you grow up, you change, and you want different things. You are not the same as you were ten years ago, and your friend isn't the same, either. Don't think about the past so much.  Girl 1: The same thing happened to me once. I met Jenny when we were about six, and we were best friends until the beginning of junior high school. She went to a different school, and started making friends with some of her classmates. They weren't very nice people. And she changed. She became unkind, too. I was lonely, but I knew that she was different. She wasn't the same friend any more and I didn't like the "new" Jenny.  Boy 2: Do something special together, just you and Sam. Plan a WHOLE day to do something fun. Or just do things together that you enjoyed in the past. You'll see if there's still some of that old friendship left.  Girl 2: When I was 10, my best friend moved away to another town. Our friendship nearly ended, but then I called her and told her how I felt. You need to make sure Sam knows how you feel, and if you are really good friends, then your friendship will not end.  M2 WB  Everyone on the bus was looking out of the window, or sitting with their eyes closed. At the next stop, there was a little old man with grey hair. "Can you tell me if this bus goes to the Old People's Centre?" he asked the driver. "Yes," the driver answered. The old man got on the bus, smiled and said in a loud voice, "And good morning to you all!" We all smiled, but nobody spoke.  From that day on, the old man took the bus every day. One day, he asked, "Can you tell me why no one speaks on this bus?" Everyone laughed. Strangers began talking to each other. "We don't know who you are," we said, "but your happiness makes us feel happier."  One morning he was holding some flowers in his hand. We asked him who they were for, and he told us he had a special friend. "I'm going to ask her if she will marry me," he said. "Why don't you all come with me?"  M3 U1  Announcer: Good afternoon. It's three o'clock, and you're listening to Radio Beijing in English, with your newsreader, Zhang Li.  Zhang Li: Thank you. Here's the latest news from China and around the world. The president of Russia arrived in Beijing today for a visit to China. He'll stay here for three days ... Now for the sports report, and we're going over to our sports reporter, Wang Lin for his latest report on the China-England match. Wang Lin, can you tell us what the score is?  Wang Lin: Yes, at the moment, the score is China 1 England 2. England are winning, but there is still half an hour to go. Back to you, Zhang Li!  Zhang Li: Thank you, and we look forward to the result of the China-England match. Finally, the weather report from Li Yong.  Li Yong: Well, it'll be sunny this afternoon, and rainy in the evening. That's all from me.  Zhang Li: And that's all from us. Thank you and good afternoon from everyone here on Radio Beijing.  M3 U3  Hello, everyone. I'm Kate. Well, my day starts at about 10 am with a run in the park. I run for about an hour. I listen to the latest news on radio. Then I meet my team and prepare the programme. We all decide what will be on the programme.  My programme starts at 4 pm and finishes at 7:30 p.m. Before I begin, I think about my listeners. I imagine that I am talking to them in person. That makes my radio show feel personal. The audience seems to like that. In the first part of the show, I interview my guests. Then the newsreader comes in. The news takes about five minutes. After the news it's the weather report, and then the phone in. Listeners phone the station and talk to me. That's my favourite part of the programme.  M3 WB  And now, news from around the world.  A tiger got free from a zoo and shocked people in a park in Spain. It happened on Sunday, and there were a lot of people in the park. The police found the tiger and returned it to the zoo. Thankfully, nobody got hurt.  British people sent 3.19 billion text messages last month, says a recent report. That is more than 100 million messages each day.  An 84 year old South African grandfather is taking his school leaving exams-66 years after he first took them. He has already taken his maths paper, and he said it was "very easy". When the reporter asked why he decided to take the exams again, he said it was because he didn't do too well the first time. He wanted to see if he could be a clever grandfather.  M4 U1  Betty: Tony, how do I use the video camera on my mobile phone?  Tony: It's easy, Betty. First, turn it on. Then you choose camera, and press the yes button. Then you choose video, and press the yes button.  Betty: OK, oh, yes.  Tony: So now you can take your video.  Betty: OK, I've got it!  Tony: And if you want to play back your video, press the playback symbol-that's right.  Betty: And can I save it?  Tony: You can save it on your mobile phone. If your mobile phone doesn't have enough memory, save it on your computer. Just connect your phone to your computer and copy it.  Betty: Thank you for the instructions.  M4 U3  Man: Hello, can I help you?  Woman: Yes, please. I want to buy a mobile phone, but I don't know which one to get. How can I choose the best phone?  Man: First, you need to decide what you want it for.  Woman: That's easy! I want to call my friends, and I don't want to look for a public telephone.  Man: If you only want to make telephone calls, you only need a simple phone.  Woman: Oh, well, I want to send text messages, too. I love sending text messages.  Man: That's not a problem. All mobile phones can send text messages.  Woman: Why are some phones more expensive than others?  Man: Well, that's because you can use them to take photos, too.  Woman: That sounds useful.  Man: And you can save music on some phones.  Woman: Wow! That's the phone I want.  Man: Well, have a look at this one ...  M4 WB  Mother: Anna, are you ready? We're leaving in a few minutes.  Anna: No, I'm not ready. I can't find my mobile phone.  Mother: Darling, you don't need your mobile phone. We're just going to visit your aunt for an hour or two.  Anna: I do need it. Julia is sending me a text message at three o'clock.  Mother: Well, you can call her on my phone and talk to her.  Anna: Mum, I need my phone. Oh, where is it?  Mother: Have you looked under your bed?  Anna: I've looked everywhere. Maybe someone's taken it. Oh, I hope not.  Mother: Anna, if you've lost your phone, we're not going to get you another one. It was very expensive. You need to be more careful.  Anna: Mum, please help me look. When we find it, we can go.  Mother: We're going with or without the phone, Anna.  Anna: I want to take some photos of Aunt May. I need my phone to do that.  Mother: We can use my camera.  Anna: It's not the same. I must find it! Maybe I left it at Emily's house.  Mother: If you think you left it at Emily's house, call her. But not now. Come on. We're leaving.  Anna: Oh, this is terrible! What am I going to do?  Mother: You're going to come with me. We'll find it when we get back, I'm sure ... Hmm, what's that over there? Here it is, Anna. It was under the chair.  Anna: Thank goodness!  Mother: Can we go now?  Anna: Can I just send a text message to Julia? I must tell her that I almost lost my phone!  Mother: Oh, Anna, we really haven't got time now. Why don't you send her an email when we get back?  M5 U1  Tony's dad: What's that noise?  Tony's mum: It's Tony. He's playing his guitar.  Tony's dad: It's a pity he has to play so loudly.  Tony's mum: He really enjoys it.  Tony's dad: But if he spends more time on playing the guitar than on his schoolwork, it'll be a problem.  Tony's mum: But it's a shame to stop him if he's able to play well. Why don't you warn him about spending too much time on his guitar? Or we could give him some money and send him to a guitar class, so he learns properly.  Tony's dad: I think he'll refuse to go. He likes to play alone. He'll probably keep the money for a new guitar.  Tony's mum: No, he won't. He's a good boy and he'll listen to you. Anyway, all his friends are learning a musical instrument, and he just wants to beat them all and become the best!  M5 U3  Man: I think she should tell the manager.  Woman: But if she does that, the manager will find out that she was doing her homework and wasn't doing her job.  Man: Well, I don't think that's such a big problem. OK, he might be a bit angry if he finds out the truth, but she can always say she's sorry-it won't happen again. If she doesn't tell him, this boy will come again and steal books from the library.  Woman: Yes, and if the manager finds out that she knew about it, she could lose her job.  Man: She should not refuse to take the part. If she does, she'll lose the chance to make her parents really proud of her.  Woman: Yes, if a friend of yours is successful at something, you should be happy for your friend! I think Susan should tell the teachers what her friend wants her to do.  Man: But if she does that, her friend will lose her part in the play, I'm sure.  Woman: Well, perhaps she should lose her part! It's a shame to be unkind in this way.  Man: Perhaps she should talk to her friend's parents, and explain how hard he tries. If she does that, they'll understand that he isn't lazy, and perhaps they'll be able to help him.  Woman: Yes, if she lets him copy from her, she will be the dishonest person.  Man: You're right. Friends shouldn't ask each other to be dishonest.  M5 WB  Mark: Hello, Linda. What's up? You look very unhappy.  Linda: Hello, Mark. Yes, I'm unhappy because my parents can't send me to England to the summer language course.  Mark: Oh, no, why not?  Linda: It's too expensive.  Mark: Can you get a job? Then you'll have some money of your own.  Linda: Well, if I work on Saturdays, I won't be able to play tennis. But I love playing tennis.  Mark: The language course is more important than tennis. You can play tennis next year.  Linda: Yes, but ...  Mark: But if you don't go England this year, you won't get another chance to go.  Linda: You're right.  Mark: Why don't you talk about this problem with your parents? Offer to get a job and help pay for the summer school.  Linda: That's a good idea.  M6 U1  Sally: ... My visit here is all about making friends.  Chen Huan: OK, Sally, thank you. And good luck with the concert. That was Sally Maxwell. She plays the violin really well. Their concerts are excellent and everyone loves the music. And just to prove it to you, here's Sally playing a fantastic piece of Irish music. So, if you're still awake at this time of night, stand beside your beds and dance and cheer. If you're too sleepy, well, don't worry about getting up, just stay in bed and clap your hands. I hope you'll like it. Good night from me and everyone on Radio Beijing and Starsearch!  M6 U3  Charlie and the Chocolate Factory  Willy Wonka has a chocolate factory. One day, he organises a competition. A lot of children enter the competition because the prize is a tour of Wonka's chocolate factory. Four rich, naughty children and a poor boy, Charlie Bucket, are the winners. When they enter the factory, they are surprised: it is a wonderful place with rivers and waterfalls of chocolate, and the cinema audience all cheer when they see it.  The famous actor Johnny Depp plays Willy Wonka, and young Freddie Highmore is Charlie. He acts well in this film. I think he will become a star. Charlie and the Chocolate Factory is excellent, and I'm sure it will be very popular with people of all ages.  M6 WB  Girl: What did you do last night?  Boy: Well, we wanted to watch a DVD, but we couldn't agree what to watch. Maria suggested The Island. She said the actors were great! But then Tom said that the story was terrible! Nothing happened, and it was never popular. He said that Roman Holiday was really wonderful, one of the best films of the 1950s and very famous. But Maria said she didn't want to watch an old black and white film. She said it was a love story, and I thought that sounded boring. So Maria suggested Mission Impossible, a modern film with plenty of action. I agreed that it was very exciting! But Tom said Mission Impossible was terrible! He said there was too much fighting in it.  Girl: So what did you watch?  Boy: We didn't. We played basketball in the end.  M7 U1  (Telephone ringing.)  Mrs Styles: Hello?  Sally: Is that Mrs Styles? This is Sally Maxwell speaking.  Mrs Styles: Hello, Sally. Are you having a good day?  Sally: Yes, we're going for a walk in Beihai Park later.  Mrs Styles: That's a lovely park. And the air is very clear today. Make sure you climb up to Baita. Sometimes you can hardly see more than a few hundred metres, but today you should have a great view. How can I help you?  Sally: My hand and arm hurt, and I don't want to play in the final practice. I only want to play at the Starsearch concert with the rest of the orchestra.  Mrs Styles: Oh, I'm sorry! Are you practising too much?  Sally: No, I'm not.  Mrs Styles: Can I help you, Sally?  Sally: No, please don't worry.  Mrs Styles: Well, look after yourself. Get some rest and get better soon!  Sally: OK. Thanks. Bye.  Mrs Styles: Bye.  M7 U3  Boy: It's going to be a wonderful holiday! A real adventure! I'm very excited and I can hardly wait!  Mum: Where are you going?  Boy: We're going climbing in the mountains.  Mum: Who are you going with?  Boy: Well, Susan and Dave are coming with me, and we'll join a group. There will be 15 people all together.  Mum: Are you sure it's not dangerous? Where are you going to sleep? What are you going to do about food? Will you be able to call me?  Boy: Don't worry! We're taking tents to sleep in. We'll cook our own food, and I'll take my mobile phone.  Mum: You might fall in the mountains! Then what will happen?  Boy: I'll be fine! The holiday company is well-known. It plans trips to the mountains every year.  M7 WB  Dad: Hello?  Oliver: Hello, Dad. It's Oliver.  Dad: Hi, Oliver. What's the matter?  Oliver: Jamie and I are walking in the mountains. We left this morning.  Dad: Yes, you told me you were going walking.  Oliver: Well, Jamie's fallen and hurt his leg. He can't walk.  Dad: Oh, that's bad news. Where are you?  Oliver: Well, we don't really know.  Dad: Oh, that's very bad news. It's getting dark now.  Oliver: Yes, I know. We lost our way.  Dad: How badly is Jamie hurt?  Oliver: He can't stand up, and he can't walk.  Dad: Did he hit his head when he fell?  Oliver: No, he didn't. He hurt his leg and his foot.  Dad: Have you got a tent with you? Can you camp tonight?  Oliver: Yes, we have brought the tent.  Dad: Have you got any food?  Oliver: Yes, we've got a little food, and some water.  Dad: OK. Well, you'd better sleep in the tent tonight. Stay warm and look after Jamie. We'll look for you in the morning. I hope we can use your mobile phone to find you.  Oliver: Thanks. We'll be very happy to see you.  Dad: Keep your phone switched on, but don't make any more calls.  M8 U1  Lingling: Betty, can you tell me about Independence Day? What date is it?  Betty: Well, it's on 4th July, and it's our national day. Americans celebrate the day when the USA became a different country from Britain.  Lingling: So the UK and the USA used to be one country?  Betty: That's right, until 1776. It's a very special day for all Americans. It's also a public holiday.  Lingling: What does that mean?  Betty: It means everyone takes a vacation on that day. Most of the shops and offices are closed. It's also the start of the vacation season. Most people take a vacation from July to the beginning of September.  Lingling: And how do you celebrate it?  Betty: Well, there are American flags everywhere, and bands play music, and we usually have a picnic in the countryside.  M8 U3  Peter: What's your favourite celebration, Linda?  Linda: We always have a small party at New Year, but on the first of January 2000, we celebrated a very special new year and a new millennium, so we had a huge street party with all our friends and neighbours. We were outside in the street, and it was cold, but it wasn't snowing. We cooked food and we watched the fireworks in the park. It was great!  Peter: What about you, Susan?  Susan: Mother's Day is a really nice celebration. It's on the second Sunday in May. Children buy or make presents for their mothers. At primary school children often make cards, but older children usually buy flowers or soap or chocolate. My mother likes flowers best, so I always give her some flowers, and I try to be kind and do something nice for her as well.  Linda: Peter, what's your favourite celebration in America?  Peter: I like Thanksgiving Day. We celebrate it on the fourth Thursday of November. We stay inside and have a great meal.  M8 WB  Girl: What are you going to do for the holiday weekend?  Boy: We'll have a family day out.  Girl: Where will you go?  Boy: To the seaside. We'll get up early and leave before there's too much traffic. That way, we'll have a longer time at the seaside.  Girl: What will you do?  Boy: As soon as we arrive, we'll walk along the beach. Then we'll make big castles in the sand. When we've built the castles, we'll go swimming in the sea. After that we'll have a picnic lunch.  Girl: Will you stay on the beach all day?  Boy: No, we won't. In the afternoon, we'll go into town. There's a big house with a beautiful garden. We'll walk around the garden. We'll have dinner at a restaurant. Then we'll walk along the beach again.  Girl: What time will you go home?  Boy: When it's getting dark. When we get home, we'll be tired, but we'll be happy.  M9 U1  Lingling: How do you feel, Sally?  Sally: Hi, Lingling. I'm looking forward to the concert. Anyway, the good thing is that I won't have to stand up in front of everyone and play on my own. To be honest, I'm not very brave, and if I don't play on my own, I won't be afraid.  Betty: I can't imagine what it's like to play on your own.  Sally: But when I'm in front of everyone, the only thought in my head is the music.  Lingling: Well, I think you're brave to let Kylie play.  Betty: I think you're a hero!  Mrs Styles: (Approaching) Hello, Sally.  Sally: Hello, Mrs Styles.  Mrs Styles: I now know why you missed the final practice. Your hand doesn't really hurt, does it? It's only an excuse.  Sally: How did you guess?  Mrs Styles: I've just spoken to Kylie. She's told me everything. I'll try to talk to her parents when we get back. But right now, I have an idea for tonight's concert ...  M9 U3  Stan Lee is a writer. He created many of our favourite heroes: Spiderman, the Incredible Hulk and the Silver Surfer are just three of them. In his stories, the heroes always win in the end. When he was young, he loved to watch his favourite actors in films. He wanted to create characters like these actors. Stan thought they were heroes because they were brave and didn't worry about danger. Real people in his life also helped Stan. His mother was always proud of him, and told him his work was good. His teacher told great stories, and made him love reading. The books he read, especially books by famous writers like Charles Dickens and Mark Twain, made him want to write.  Children often ask Stan how they can become writers. He tells them to read. He says they should read everything, not just their favourite types, or books by famous writers. He says that reading is the best way to learn to write.  M9 WB  Girl: Who's the richest man in the world? Do you know?  Boy: Um-no, I don't. Who is it?  Girl: It's an American called Bill Gates.  Boy: I don't know anything about him.  Girl: You don't know anything about him? Well, you should. He's the head of Microsoft.  Boy: Microsoft? What's that?  Girl: You don't know about Microsoft? It's the biggest, most important computer company in the world. Bill Gates is rich because people all over the world use Microsoft products in their computers.  Boy: Oh yes, I know Microsoft. But why are you telling me about Bill Gates?  Girl: Because he's a very special man. He's very rich, but he's also very kind. He wants to give most of his money away so that he can help poor people.  Boy: Does he? That's very good of him. Most rich people want to keep their money!  Girl: Yes, they do. But Bill and his wife Melinda think it's important to help people. You know, their money has helped more than 670,000 people all over the world.  Boy: No, I don't believe that!  Girl: It's true. They've given away more money than anyone else in the world.  Boy: Well, they're wonderful people. When can I meet them?  M10 U1  Sally: OK, here's the airport. It's time for me to say goodbye!  Betty: Don't be silly! You're not going anywhere without all of us. We're all going in to see you off.  Daming: We'll take you to the gate and make sure you board the plane.  Lingling: Are you hungry? Shall we get you something to eat on the journey?  Sally: No, it's OK. They gave us food during the flight to Beijing, so I think they'll give us something to eat back to London.  Tony: Do you like flying, Sally?  Sally: It's OK.  Lingling: OK, let's get your bags and we'll go in.  M10 U3  Betty: What's your idea of a perfect holiday, Lingling?  Lingling: I like meeting people. Now I've met Sally, I'd like to go and stay with her. I'd like to visit England and meet all her friends. What's your idea, Betty?  Betty: I'd go to France so that I could go skiing and learn to speak French. French people love food and I love it as well. What about you, Daming?  Daming: I'd like to go to India. I'm very interested in animals, and I'd like to see elephants. I'd also read a lot of books about all the animals in the world. What would you do, Tony?  Tony: I love travelling, and I love Australia! I'd like to travel around Australia. I'd be so busy that I wouldn't have time to read books or watch TV. I'd be outdoors, swimming, playing football, riding my bike ...  M10 WB  May: Hello, Jack. Have you got plans for the summer holidays?  Jack: Hi, May. Yes, I have. I'm going to stay with an American family. I want to improve my English.  May: Wow! That's a good way to improve your English. Where are you going?  Jack: I'm flying to LA. The family live there.  May: Have they got children?  Jack: Yes, they have. They've got a son the same age as me. He's learning Chinese.  May: Then you'll speak Chinese all the time!  Jack: No, I won't. I'm going to learn a lot of English.  May: How long are you going to stay with them?  Jack: Two months.  May: Two months! That's a really long time.  Jack: Well, there's a lot to do in America.  May: What do you want to do in LA?  Jack: I want to see the film studios! But we won't stay in LA all the time. They are going to take me on holiday to different parts of the country.  May: Fantastic! Will they take you to New York?  Jack: Yes, I hope so.  May: When are you leaving?  Jack: On 1st July.  May: Um-would you like a friend to go with you?  Jack: Who?  May: Me! (责任编辑:admin)
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