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【评分星级】  ★★★★★
【作       者】  潘晓燕 主编 所属分类  6级考试
【出 版 社】  世界图书出版公司 出版时间】  20161201
【印       张】  18 字数】 
版次印次】  第2版第3次 【ISBN书号】  9787510099335
开本】  16 装帧】  平装
【国       别】  【页        数】  288
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英语六级预测试卷 听力新题型改革Model Test 1试题与详解
英语六级预测试卷 听力新题型改革Model Test 2试题与详解
英语六级预测试卷 听力新题型改革Model Test 3试题与详解
英语六级预测试卷 听力新题型改革Model Test 4试题与详解
英语六级预测试卷 听力新题型改革Model Test 5试题与详解
英语六级预测试卷 听力新题型改革Model Test 6试题与详解
英语六级预测试卷 听力新题型改革Model Test 7试题与详解
英语六级预测试卷 听力新题型改革Model Test 8试题与详解
英语六级预测试卷 听力新题型改革Model Test 9试题与详解
英语六级预测试卷 听力新题型改革Model Test 10试题与详解

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精彩书摘
Section C
Now listen to the following recording and answer questions 16 to 18.
An ancient Greek philosopher once wrote that laughter is what makes us human—that it defines us as a species. Much more recent developments in biology and behavioral science suggest that not only humans but also rats and dolphins laugh; nonetheless, laughter is one of the most important aspects of human social life and self-expression. [16]Laughter starts very soon after an infant is born—almost as soon as crying—and it serves many different social and psychological functions, from sharing our joy to intimidating and insulting other people. In many parts of the world, making other people laugh is considered a great gift, and comedy has always been a vital part of culture and art—perhaps precisely because of the complex, significant role of laughter in everyday life.
Humans begin laughing when they are about forty days old; in the 19th century, Charles Darwin verified this number by observing his own newborn daughter. Darwin also suggested an explanation for the sounds she made: we want to show one another that we are happy or delighted. Pleasure lies at the base of what Darwin called “real” laughter; most people still think of laughing this way, as a fundamentally social act that helps us relate to one another by communicating positive feelings. It’s an easily verifiable fact that everyone laughs louder and more frequently in groups than when alone. And Darwin and one of his colleagues also demonstrated that it is easy for human beings to tell when someone is faking a laugh or a smile. [17]Because of a certain muscle in the human face—the zygomaticus major, or muscle of joy—our eyes sparkle when we are genuinely happy.
Comedy and laughter have played and still play a vital role in artistic production in western culture. Comedy as we know it—that is, staged performances intended to induce laughter in viewers or audience members—was born in ancient Greece. [18]During the next several centuries, Italy, England, France and Germany all developed strong comic traditions—especially in Italy, where a theater tradition called the commedia dell’arte was born. Traveling performers played comic songs and put on puppet shows and plays to amuse crowds of viewers. This continued across Europe for hundreds of years, even as major cities developed and acting troupes settled into more permanent theaters. Even the American version of the television stand-up comedian is also very old, and can be traced back to the court fool or jester in the middle ages and the Renaissance. Human beings may not be the only animals who laugh—but for centuries we have made it a central part of being human.
 
16. What do we learn about laughter?
[C] 【详解】录音提到笑有许多不同的社会和心理功能,从分享我们的快乐到恐吓和挖苦他人。因此选C项“除了表达喜悦,笑还有许多的功能”,其中选项中的expressing是录音中sharing的同义改写。
【干扰项排除】①选项都含有关键词laugh或laughter,可以预测题目与笑有关。②录音提到古希腊哲学家认为笑是人类区别于其他动物的一大特征,但是近来研究表明除了人类之外老鼠和海豚也会笑,因此A项不正确;婴儿出生大约40天后就开始笑了,而不是6个月,排除B项;D项过分解读录音内容,录音并未提到“几乎所有动物在某种程度上都会笑”。
 
17. What indicates a real laughter according to Darwin?
[A] 【详解】录音提到达尔文和他的一名同事证实,人们很容易就能判断一个人是否是在假笑,因为人脸部有一块特定肌肉——颧肌,人们在真笑的时候眼睛会闪烁(our eyes sparkle),因此选A项。
【干扰项排除】①选项都是名词短语,且都是人身体某部位的动作,可以预测题目与身体部位的动作有关。②B项“张口”未在录音中提及;虽然录音有提及人脸部有一块特定的“笑肌”,但是这块肌肉只是引起眼睛闪烁的原因,人们通过眼睛的闪烁来判断一个人是否是真笑,因此C项“肌肉跳动”不正确;D项“眨眼”与sparkle不是一个意思。
 
18. What do we learn about comedy?
[B] 【详解】录音提到喜剧从古希腊诞生,之后的几个世纪里在意大利、英国、法国和德国有了很大的发展,尤其是在意大利开创了剧院表演的传统,因此选B项“剧院表演源于意大利”。
【干扰项排除】①选项中含有comedy,theater或comedian等关键词,可以预测题目与喜剧有关。②喜剧诞生于古希腊,并非古罗马,排除A项;美国版的电视脱口秀(television stand-up comedians)也有很悠久的历史,但不是在法国盛行,因此C项不正确;录音没有提到D项“喜剧曾经在欧洲受禁”。
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