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Part One听辨练习
A. Listen to this group of syllables .
1. da dá 2. dá da 3. da dá 4. dá da da
  da dá dá da dá da da da dá
  da dá dá da da dá da da dá
5. dá da 6. da dá da 7. da da da 8. dá da
  da dá da dá da da dá da dá da da
  dá da dá da da da da dá da da dá
B. Listen to the English words of one, two, or three syllables .
 One syllable:
go come child want try
John make low do have
think like pea fee be
kite live zip kick rim
kiss hill fish if dip
pig ill gift ink find
fix knife face save vet
hay age ache wait day
they test bath robe stir
dirt earth hour due rip
  Two syllables:
téach·er be· gín wín· dow for·gét léav·ing
bá·by a·gó réad·ing sís·ter Spá·nish
lin·ger pa·lace lod·ger a·live wo·man
wil·low wit·ness pro·mise ad·vice na·tion
ma·chine mer·chant bed·time jour ·nal con·tact
ath·lete boy·cott blan·ket thrif· ty slim·mer
stu· pid spe·cial fra·gile loo·ter mud·died
car·ton ligh·ten snic·ker sus·pect res·trict
e·merge en·large re·solve writ·ten pa·tent
loa·der bud·ding wri·ter blad·der sim·mer
  Three syllables:
      pro·fés·sor méd·i·cine ra·di·o Oc·tó·ber
      I·tál·ian hos·pi·tal um·brél·la prác·tic·ing
In·ter·est com·pu· ter in·dus·try pro·per·ty ce·leb·rate dif·fi ·cult care·ful·ly re· mem·ber de·ve ·lop oc·ca ·sion phy·si ·cian cou·ra ·geous fa·mi· liar ex· pe·rience ef·fi·cient im·me·diate pho·ne· tics o·pi·nion ex·ten·sion ha·bi·tual ac·comp·lish ter·ri· fy gra·ti·tude his·tor· ic sa·tis·fy va·rie·ty su·per·ior an·te·date an·ti· freeze au·to·mat cir·cum·cise coun·ter· point mo·nor· ail mic·ros ·cope mul·tip· ly ul·tra·sound im·por· tance em·ploy ·ee se·na·tor ex·pan·sion at·ten·tion pri·vate· ly
More than three syllables:
de·mo·cra ·cy an·ni·ver·sary pos·si·bi ·li ·ty
char·ac· te·ris·tic an·te·ce· dent an·ti ·so·cial au·to ·ma·tic mul·ti·na·tional ul·tra·vio·let mo·no·lin·gual per·ma· nent ·ly com·pe· ti· tive au·to ·mo· bile
C. Listen.Mark the stress in these words.Mark on the vowel a,e,i,o,or u .
1. lesson les·son 16. anxiety an·xiety
2. practice prac·tice 17. engage en·gage
3. music mu·sic 18. wallow wal·low
4. window win·dow 19. hesitate he·si·tate
5. answer an·swer 20. regret reg·ret
6. Brazil Bra·zil 21. Chevrolet Chev·ro·let
7. balloon bal·loon 22. represent rep·re·sent
8. Peru Pe·ru 23. understand un·der·stand
9. guitar gui·tar 24. photograph pho·to·graph
10. record re ·cord 25. holiday hol·i·day
11. perturb per·turb 26. cigarette cig·a·rette
12. relapse re·lapse 27. seventeen se·ven·teen
13. broken bro·ken 28. pronunciation pro·nun·ci·a·tion
14. annoy an·noy 29. ignorance ig·no·rance
15. announce an·nounce 30. economical e·co·no·mi·cal

Part Two跟读练习
A. Listen and repeat .
  Stress of words of one syllable
June clash choose porch watch cat
thank sun line why blue sock
clay germ joy shape jingle war
hut wine wide well west raise
climb soil lock bug car yoke
  Stress of words of two syllables
flower August July radish paper divide
begin pencil winter about hello usual
river forget wisdom cousin tonight lettuce
airplane birthplace dinner railway over pocket
eyelid downturn mission bishop session beckon
  Stress of words of three syllables
carpenter accountant astronaut elephant promising
important telephone hospital December newspaper
alphabet radio example exercise different
visitor tomorrow introduce overlook rearrange
alphabet appetite general confusion financial
allusion seventy anything furniture citizen
  Stress of words of more than three syllables
secretary storekeeper congregate accusation
psychology photographer multimedia mathematical
realization consideration indifference management
mountaineer obligation institution opportunity
economic difficulty university specialty
conversation preparation declaration modernization
announcement harmonious pessimistic sympathetic
B. Listen and repeat .
The noun ending –er is often the weak or unstressed syllable.
teach teacher buy buyer run runner
speak speaker sell seller drive driver
steam steamer bath bather hunt hunter
lecture lecturer speak speaker wait waiter
loan loaner lend lender sing singer
dance dancer win winner examine examiner
ling linger bank banker
on your own: Now repeat the one-syllable word and add the ending –er to form a two-syllable word
Example: work + er =worker
1. own 2. read 3. print 4. call 5. play
6. swim 7. write 8. send 9. accuse 10. cadge
11. adore 12. walk 13. talk 14. listen 15. balance
16. dress 17. cook 18. judge 19. fight 20. smoke
C. Talk bout these occupations: baker,painter,teacher,writer,farmer,dancer.Tell what each person does.Use the verb(the form without the er ending) and the noun .
D. Talk about the weather, including these weather conditions:cloudy,rainy,sunny,windy and the noun that -y is added to .
E. Repeat the names of the occupations and the first and family names in the table .
Occupations clerk
cook doctor
student carpenter
messenger mechanic
reporter astronautic
diplomatic Women’s
First Names Anne
May Sally
Janice Harriet
Kimberly Roberta
Anita Genevieve
Josephine Men’s
First Names Tom
Fred Robert
Alan Benjamin
Timothy Arturo
Reynaldo Abraham
Constantine Family Names Ride
Corr Wilson
Fielding Kennedy
Robinson O’Brien
Ortega Garroway
Carradine F. Now ask questions or make statements using the occupations and names.With the family names,use Mr., Mrs.,Miss,or Ms .
G. A certain group of verbs stress the second syllable while their corresponding noun forms are stressed on the first syllable .
  noun verb noun verb
combat combat increase increase
conduct conduct permit permit
conflict conflict record record
contract contract refund refund
export export subject subject
import import survey survey
incline incline suspect suspect
  1. The policeman spent his life combáting crimes.
The cómbat between good and evil will continue endlessly.
  2. His cónduct is very bad.
He should condúct himself more professionally.
  3. It is said that there is a great deal of cónflict between environmental protection and
Does this item conflíct with any other items in the contract?
  4. They had signed a cóntract to buy the car.
Now we have to contráct a designer to change the style.
  5. We should expórt our products gradually.
Wool is one of the chief éxports of Australia.
6. Our company decided to impórt a set of counting machines.
Could you tell me the ímport tendency of that country.
  7. The population of that city has incréased greatly.
Robbery is on the íncrease these years.
  8. The article inclínes me to change my thought.
We should climb a steep íncline first.
  9. The mother would not permít the boy to get a driver’s pérmit.
  10. We have recórded the lecture yesterday.
He has established a récord for long distance swimming.
  11. The boss finally refúnded our money.
We have the right to demand a réfund on unsatisfactory goods.
  12. This country has been subjécted by another one.
His strange behaviors were a súbject for amusement.
  13. They plan to survéy the west coast in a few days.
The land is still under súrvey.
  14. He suspéct I am one of súspects.
H. Enjoy the English song .
Love me tender,
Love me sweet,
Never let me go.
You have made my life complete,
And I love you so.
Love me tender,
Love me true,
All my dream fulfilled.
For my’darlin’ I love you,
And I always will.
Love me tender,
Love me long,
Take me to your heart.
For it’s there that I belong,
And I we’ll never part.
Love me tender,
Love me dear,
Tell me you are mine.
I’ll be yours through all the years,
Till the end of time.
I. Read the following passage, paying attention to the stressed words and syllables .
  Mr. Jones was very angry with his wife, and she was very angry with her husband. For several days they did not speak to each other at all. One evening, Mr. Jones came back from work very tired, so he went to bed soon after dinner. Of course, he didn’t say anything to his wife before he went upstairs. Mrs. Jones washed the dinner things and then did some sewing. When she went to bed much later than her husband, she found a piece of paper on the small table near her bed. On it were the words: “ Mother, wake me up at 7 a.m. Father.”
When Mr. Jones woke up the next morning, it was nearly 8. On the small table near his bed he saw a piece of paper. He took it and read the words: “ Father, wake up. It’s 7 a.m., Mother.”