2016 年 6 月大学英语四级听力考试真题及参考答案
Directions: In this section, you will hear three news reports.……（you know)
Questions 1 and 2 are based on the news report you have just heard.
A) This incident occurred in Tibet.
B) The dead cubs were found in the front of a temple.
C) Some tiger cubs were dead because of abuse.
D) The reason why they were in the freezer was clear.
A) About 2 weeks.
B) About 7 days.
C) About 1 year.
D) About 40 days.
A) It can reduce the time to travel.
B) It can reduce the vehicles on roads.
C) It can move cargo between north and south.
D) All of A、B and C.
Questions 5 to 7 are based on the news report you have just heard.
A) He was abandoned by his parents.
B) He got lost in the forest.
C) He went far to drink water.
D) It wasn’t mentioned.
A) The boy’s father.
B) Soldiers, police and volunteers.
C) Japan’s military.
D) Child psychiatrists.
A) On Wednesday night.
B) A few minutes later.
D) Since Saturday.
ANSWER：1-2 CB 3-4 CD 5-7 ABD
Directions: In this section, you will hear two long conversations.
Questions 8 to 11 are based on the conversation you have just heard.
A) He prefers the smaller evening classes.
B) He has signed up for a day course.
C) He has to work during the day.
D) He finds the evening course cheaper.
A) Learn a computer language.
B) Learn data processing.
C) Buy some computer software.
D) Buy a few coursebooks.
A) Thursday evening, from 7:00 to 9:45.
B) From September 1 to New Year’s eve.
C) Every Monday, lasting for 12 weeks.
D) Three hours a week, 45 hours in total.
A) What to bring for registration.
B) Where to attend the class.
C) How he can get to Frost Hall.
D) Whether he can use a check.
Questions 12 to 15 are based on the conversation you have just heard.
A) A training coach.
B) A trading adviser.
C) A professional manager.
D) A financial trader.
A) He can save on living expenses.
B) He considers cooking creative.
C) He can enjoy healthier food.
D) He thinks take-away is tasteless.
A) It is something inevitable.
B) It is frustrating sometimes.
C) It takes patience to manage.
D) It can be a good thing.
A) The element of uncertainty and the mental challenge.
B) The element of certainty and physical challenge.
C) The way he deals with all kinds of emotions.
D) The success that his stressful job brings about.
ANSWER：8-11 CBCA 12-15 DBDA
Directions: In this section, you will hear three passages.
Questions 16 to 18 are based on the passage you have just heard.
A) There were no planets without moons.
B) There was no air or water on Jupiter.
C) Life was not possible in outer space.
D) The mystery of life could not be resolved.
A) It has a number of active volcanoes.
B) It has an atmosphere like the earth’s.
C) It has a large ocean under its surface.
D) It has deep caves several miles long.
A) Light is not an essential element to it.
B) Life can form in very hot temperatures.
C) Every form of life undergoes evolution.
D) Oxygen is not needed for some life forms.
Questions 19 to 21 are based on the passage you have just heard.
A) Whether they should take the child home.
B) What Dr. Meyer’s instructions exactly were.
C) Who should take care of the child at home.
D) When the child would completely recover.
A) She encourages them to ask questions when in doubt.
B) She makes them write down all her instructions.
C) She has them act out what they are to do at home.
D) She asks them to repeat what they are supposed to do.
A) It lacks the stability of the printed word.
B) It contains many grammatical errors.
C) It is heavily dependent on the context.
D) It facilitates interpersonal communication.
Questions 22 to 25 are based on the passage you have just heard.
A) Job security.
B) Good labour relations.
C) Challenging work.
D) Attractive wages and benefits.
A) Many tedious jobs continue to be done manually.
B) More and more unskilled workers will lose jobs.
C) Computers will change the nature of many jobs.
D) Boring jobs will gradually be made enjoyable.
A) Offer them chances of promotion.
B) Improve their working conditions.
C) Encourage them to compete with each other.
D) Give them responsibilities as part of a team.
A) They will not bring real benefits to the staff.
B) They concern a small number of people only.
C) They are arbitrarily set by the administrators.
D) They are beyond the control of ordinary workers.
ANSWER：16-18 CCA 19-21 BDA 22-25 CADB