查看: 15746|回复: 36

[求助] 下面是Scientific American-60 second Science的听写情况,大家给点建议 [复制链接]

Rank: 5Rank: 5

声望
3
寄托币
1224
注册时间
2010-2-28
精华
0
帖子
360
发表于 2010-12-2 16:12:55 |显示全部楼层
下面是我从2010年11月30日起听写Scientific American-60 second Science的帖子
以后坚持每天坚持听写,听写方法按照论坛中给出的5遍听写法。

听写过程中发现很多都听不出来或者听错的,在接下来的每个帖子里面都标志出来的错误的情况,以及问题(问题以Problem关键字给出)。

希望大家能够给出一些建议,thx.

*: 听力材料中还是有较多的专业词语和单词不认识,自己还不知道怎么补充这些单词?


Notes:
红色:表示听错的
蓝色:表示修改后的
橙色:表示少听的
橄绿色:表示多听的
做了背影标志的:表示该单词以前不认识或者是专业词语
打标签
×
关联院校库
{{ s['type'] }}
院校{{i>0 ? (i+1):''}}名称
{{ item.name + '(' + item.enname + ')' }}
项目名称
-
{{ item.chinesename + '(' + item.name + ')' }}
+ 新增项目
录取专业
-
{{ item.chinesename + '(' + item.name + ')' }}
+ 新增专业
+ 新增院校
提示
{{ msg }}
已有 2 人评分寄托币 声望 收起 理由
dkflame + 3 + 1 加油!
hycqy + 20 + 5 赞毅力!

总评分: 寄托币 + 23  声望 + 6   查看全部评分

第三方

使用道具 举报

声望
48
寄托币
395
注册时间
2010-8-10
精华
0
帖子
85
发表于 2010-12-2 16:14:49 |显示全部楼层
提示: 作者被禁止或删除 内容自动屏蔽

使用道具 举报

Rank: 5Rank: 5

声望
3
寄托币
1224
注册时间
2010-2-28
精华
0
帖子
360
发表于 2010-12-2 16:17:48 |显示全部楼层
本帖最后由 mileschen2008 于 2010-12-2 16:20 编辑

20101130
Title:Ancient Rainforest Collapse Increased Reptile Diversity

The November twenty six (sixth) issue of the general (journal) science include (included) the (a) studyshowing the extinction ofthe dinosaurs since (some) 65 millionyears ago allowed [punni] (puny)mammals to get really big.
Butwhile (well) before all that happened, another venture to get (event triggered) a differentbirthday (burst) evolution activity.
A new study finds about 300 hundreds millionyears ago the tropical rain forests along a (the) quarter(equator) fall (fell)apart, definitely a [kuple] (The familiar culprit) , global warming and personalday (Present-day) of Europe of (and) North America and other [arnia quic park] (were onthe equator back then) and will cover (were covered) with rain forests.
But global warming makes (made) things even harder (hotter) and drier. The expensive (expansive) of rain forests broke up to small (smaller) fragments and [veptile] (reptile) populations became isolated from each other in thefragments.
Such geographical isolation allowed different populations to [abauve] (evolvein) different directions which lead (led) to a great increase in [veptile](reptile) diversity. The research appears in the general (journal) geology.
The exposure (explosion) of the [veptile] (reptile) that automatic (ultimatedly) related (led) to the evolution of the dinosaurswhich dominate (dominated) the [planates] (planet) of[venfile] which [dentated] (until they fell victim) to the mass of (massive) [rainpack](impact) of a lot of (that allow us) mammals to take over.As [wonica] (Vonnegut) wouldsay, so it goes.


Notes:
红色:表示听错的
蓝色:表示修改后的
橙色:表示少听的
橄绿色:表示多听的
做了背影标志的:表示该单词以前不认识或者是专业词语

Problems:
One:分不清冠词the a.
Two:对于相同和相似发音的分不清,然后就不结合上下文乱写了一个。
Three:时态不注意。
Four:仍然有些单词不认识,或者不是自己能够通过听能听出来的。
Five:容易出现成片错误的情况。
Six:把一个叫复杂的符合单词拆成了多个简单的单词。

使用道具 举报

Rank: 5Rank: 5

声望
3
寄托币
1224
注册时间
2010-2-28
精华
0
帖子
360
发表于 2010-12-2 16:22:17 |显示全部楼层
20101201
Title:It's Even More Full Of Stars

Too (To)many who stay at (stare up) theheavens, the stars may seem simply uncountable,of course this (that’s) not the attitude to (of) the astronomers

Butthis (they have) made a discovery that means there are publicly (probably) allow (a lot) more stars inthe universe in the [doc] (than they thought---这里知道内容了还是听不出来)

[Rdors] (Red dwarfs---红矮星)are stars that’s (are) only 10 to 20percent as massive as a (our) sun

The [sephin] (They’reso faint)that astronomers want to (weren’t) able to detach (detect) them in any galaxy (galaxies) as they are in [unnoki] wayunable ones (other thanour own MilkyWay---银河系, and neighboring ones).

The research as (So researchers) the [usensitive] (used sensitive) instruments as Germen at[cac] the [webtory] at [whole line] (at the KeckObservatory---凯克天文台in Hawaii), theyfind (found) finger (faint) signatures at the (of these) [Rador] (red dwarf) stars, in eightmassive [elective] (elliptical) galaxies, relative (relatively) quota (close to) usbetween 50 million and 300 million like it (light years) way.

Andthey discovered that the galaxies are (were) home to 20 times as many [Radors](red dwarfs) asthere are in the nokiway (MilkyWay).

Thefinding with the (meansleads---这里知道内容了还是听不出来)astronomers to believe that there are may bethree times as many stars as (in) the universe asthe (they’d) previously their eyes (theorized---使理论化).

Theresearch was published in the Journal Nature.

Anda recently discovery(discovered) explained(exoplanet---太阳系外行星) overling (orbiting) the (a) [Rador] (reddwarf) that the (had some) earth line (Earth-like) qualities. read (lead) researcher [appit when docysers](Pieter van Dokkumsays) there couldbe [trainling] (trillions---, 万亿) of [ets overling] (Earthsorbiting) the [ubiliquesRadors] (ubiquitous---普遍存在的, 无处不有的red dwarfs).

Notes:
红色:表示听错的
蓝色:表示修改后的
橙色:表示少听的
橄绿色:表示多听的
做了背影标志的:表示该单词以前不认识或者是专业词语

Problem:
One: 这篇文章第一个原因就是生词太多,或者是听力生词太多。
Two: 仍然是冠词 the a 不分。
Three: 发音相似的不分。
Four: 时态没有注意。
Five: 最大的问题是将内容听成了完全不相关的东西。

使用道具 举报

Rank: 5Rank: 5

声望
3
寄托币
1224
注册时间
2010-2-28
精华
0
帖子
360
发表于 2010-12-3 08:54:07 |显示全部楼层
恩,我也觉得Scientific American对于刚开始听写的人来说太快了。

接下来试试VOA和旧托福的Part C看看。

还有上面是我前面两天的听写情况,大家给点建议看看,thx.

还有关于听写软件的问题,用听写王怎么样?还有网上推荐SitMan?
不知这些听写软件怎么样,本人现在还是用播放器来做听写的。呵呵

使用道具 举报

Rank: 5Rank: 5

声望
3
寄托币
1224
注册时间
2010-2-28
精华
0
帖子
360
发表于 2010-12-3 15:46:21 |显示全部楼层
2010122
Title:Bacteria Use Arsenic As Basic Building Block In A Pinch

Lifeare on earchrequires six basic [bigrees](ingredients):Carbon, [Nidrogen] (Nitrogen), Hydrogen, oxygen, sofa (sulfur) and fast-food (phosphorus). These (Those) six [overment] (elements) are the to building blocksfor DNA and A (RNA), along with [blooting] fat (proteinsand fats), which means they’re essential for life, as we know it.

Would I (But I might) betime update dylist (thelist), because scientists find a bacteria (bacterium) they (that) can do without fast-food (phosphorus), live on arsenic instead.

Which is said that [hachebag] may (Theresearchers had a hunch bug like this)exist, because arsenic has some comical (chemical) property (properties) coming (in common) with fast-food(phosphorus). Sothey collected mind (mud) from California’s with mouno (Mono)lake, with what is (wherethe waters are) naturally thought (salty) in [lase for usnic] (, andlaced with arsenic). Backing (Back) in the [labral] (lab), they cultured of micro [sumamani] (microbesfrom that mud). But instead of adding fast-food (phosphorus) to the culture’s (cultures) to help [barbsquare] (the bugs grow),they adding very lab suwasnic (added varying levels of arsenic).

Onebacteria (bacterial) [string] (strain) continued to thrive,and tests conformeddeorganisim compecent (thatthe organisms compensated) for the lackof fast-food (phosphorus) by building the DNA with arsenic instead. Theresearch appears in the Journal Science.

It’s (This is) the firstknown that lifefrom (form) [the things from the swobau],(that seems to be able to swapout) one of life’s fundamental buildingblocks with other (another) element. So for estbiologysounding (astrobiologistshunting) for life’sbase (in space), don’t leave (rule out) places feel repoisent (with poison).

Notes:
红色:表示听错的
蓝色:表示修改后的
橙色:表示少听的
橄绿色:表示多听的
做了背影标志的:表示该单词以前不认识或者是专业词语

Problems:
One:这次的文章基本上都没听出来,但是听全文大致知道它在讲细菌使用其他什么东东来生存的。但是到细节句子上面的都基本上听不出来,听错的比听对的还多。
Two:冠词和部分介词听不出来
Three:由于句子里面有生词,从而导致整个句子部分也听不出来
Four:时态、名动词单复数等都没注意,这个其实可以根据上下文推出来的,但是由于是听写,所以是按自己听到的写上去了。
Five: 发音相似的仍然不分。

PS:发现 ScientificAmerican 60 second science不适合我这种英语听力较差的人听写,一方面是由于语速快,而是每篇文章生词较多,三是文章大多是自己不熟悉的。先练练其他稍微简单的材料,有了一定的提升后再来听ScientificAmerican 60 Second Science.

使用道具 举报

Rank: 5Rank: 5

声望
3
寄托币
1224
注册时间
2010-2-28
精华
0
帖子
360
发表于 2010-12-4 21:21:18 |显示全部楼层
下面是我改听老Toefl Part C的情况,明显感觉比Scientific American要好很多而且听完一句后基本上能够用自己的话写出来,然后听几遍后基本上能写出原文了。
不过还存在很多问题,希望大家能够给些建议。我会持之以恒的,期待那一刻的惊喜!

下文是听写情况:(具体该材料是哪年的我也不清楚)

Not long ago, some of them (youmay have---have在看到原文后仍然听不出来,连读的问题) read about the [team and moum] (a team of mountain-) climbing scientists to helped to recalculate the elevation of the highest mountainin the world-[Monesvt] (:Mt. Everest---山名).

Of course, the elevation ofthe [Monesvt] (:Mt. Everest---山名) was determined many yearsage, using traditional surveying methods.

But the(these---看到原文后好像还是分不出来) scientists wanted to make a moreprecise measurement, using a new method thattakes advantage than(of) recent advanced (advances) in technology. It'scalled the Global Positioning System.

The Global Positioning Systemuses 24 [sidelights] (satellites) for (that) circle the eye (Earth).

Each the [sidelights] (satellites) is constantly send (sending) out signals. And each signal contains important informationthat can be used to determine the longitude, latitude and elevation of anypoint on the earth’s surface.

While (well), in order to use the system to calculate the[Monesvt] (:Mt. Everest---山名)'s elevation, scientists needed to put
a special receiveron the (its) summit to receive signals from the[sidelights] (satellites).


The problem with this wasthat in the past, the receivers were much too heavy for climbersto carry.

But now this (these---看到原文后好像还是分不出来) receivers being (havebeen---have在看到原文后仍然感觉听不出) reduced to about the sizeand weight of the hand [hell] (handheld) telephone.

So climbers were able to takea receiver to the top of [zebithed] (Everest), and from there, to access the sidelights (satellite) system [sigmost] (signals) that would allowthem to determine the precise elevation.

And itturns out that the famous peak is actually a few feet higher they
(than) was previously thought.



Notes:
红色:表示听错的
蓝色:表示修改后的
橙色:表示少听的
橄绿色:表示多听的
做了背影标志的:表示该单词以前不认识或者是专业词语

Problems:
One:分不清冠词the a.
Two:对于相同和相似发音的分不清,然后就不结合上下文乱写了一个
Three:时态等不注意,其实即使听不出来,在写下听到的句子是可以根据上下文推断出。经过看原文再次听以后,发现时态、单复数有些还是听不出,可能是连读和弱读的原因
Four:对固定搭配不敏感,如takeadvantage of
Five:this, these这些代词的区分不够

使用道具 举报

Rank: 5Rank: 5

声望
3
寄托币
1224
注册时间
2010-2-28
精华
0
帖子
360
发表于 2010-12-5 18:34:15 |显示全部楼层
贴下今天(2010-12-05)的听写情况
Not long ago, some of them (youmay have---have在看到原文后仍然听不出来,连读的问题) read about the [team and moum] (a team of mountain-) climbing scientists to helped to recalculate the elevation of the highestmountain in the world-[Monesvt] (: Mt. Everest---山名).

Of course, the elevation ofthe [Monesvt] (:Mt. Everest---山名) was determined many yearsago, using traditional surveying methods.

But the(these---看到原文后好像还是分不出来) scientists wanted to make a moreprecise measurement, using a new method thattakes advantage than(of) recent advanced (advances) in technology. It'scalled the Global Positioning System.

The Global Positioning Systemuses 24 [sidelights] (satellites) for (that) circle the eye (Earth).

Each ofthe (these) [sidelights] (satellites) is constantly send (sending)out signals. And each signal containsimportant information that can be used to determine the longitude, latitude andelevation of any point on the earth’s surface.

While (well), in order to use the system to calculate the[Monesvt] (:Mt. Everest---山名)'s elevation, scientists needed to put
a special receiveron the (its) summit to receive signals from the[sidelights] (satellites).


The problem with this wasthat in the past, the receivers were much too heavy for climbersto carry.

But now this (these---看到原文后好像还是分不出来) receivers being (havebeen---have在看到原文后仍然感觉听不出) reduced to about the sizeand weight of the hand [hell] (handheld) telephone.

So climbers were able to takea receiver to the top of [zebithed] (Everest), and from there, to access the sidelights (satellite) system [sigmost] (signals) that would allowthem to determine the precise elevation.

And itturns out that the famous peak is actually a few feet higher they
(than) was previously thought.



Notes:
红色:表示听错的
蓝色:表示修改后的
橙色:表示少听的
橄绿色:表示多听的
做了背影标志的:表示该单词以前不认识或者是专业词语

Problems:
One:分不清冠词the a.
Two:对于相同和相似发音的分不清,然后就不结合上下文乱写了一个
Three:时态等不注意,其实即使听不出来,在写下听到的句子是可以根据上下文推断出。经过看原文再次听以后,发现时态、单复数有些还是听不出,可能是连读和弱读的原因
Four:对固定搭配不敏感,如takeadvantage of
Five:this, these这些代词的区分不够

使用道具 举报

Rank: 5Rank: 5

声望
3
寄托币
1224
注册时间
2010-2-28
精华
0
帖子
360
发表于 2010-12-5 18:35:50 |显示全部楼层
上面贴错了,下面是(2010-12-05)的听写情况:

Humanpopulations nearly (near)a (the)equator have evolved [dog](dark) skin over many generations

Becauseits (of) exposureto the [fills] way (fiercerays) of the sun, a same (similar) phenomena (phenomenon) has also occurred in other parts ofthe animal kingdom

TheAfrican grass mouse is a good example, most mice are nocturnal, but the Africangrass mouse is activity (active) during daylight hours.

Thismeans that it spends its days searching for food in the [semidraw](semidry) bush in (and) [square] (scrub)habitats in the South (ofeastern and southern) African

It's [far astract] to (Its fur is striped), like a cheap mouse (chipmunk’s), which helps bulanding (blend) inthe (with its)environment.

Becauseit spends a lot of time in the attends (intense)tropical sun, the grass mouse has also evolvedtwo [sufer] (separate)safe guards (safeguards)to against the sun's ultraviolet radiation.

First,like the populations of humans in this regionalof the world, the skin of the grass mousecontains a lot [manlemant or dog pigment] (melanin,or dark pigment).

Second,and quite unusual, this mouse has layer and (of) [malement pigment] (melanin-pigmented)tissue between the [scoular] (its skull) and skin

Thisunit (unique) [cub] (“cap”) provides an extra measure of protectionfor the grass mouse, and to (three) other types of African mouse like [vens] (rodents)that are active in(during) the day

Theonly other species scientists were identified with the same sort of [scoular] (skull) [oblitation] (adaption)is the [huait] (whitetent-) making bat of the Central American tropics

Over (Although)these bats sleeping during the day, they also (do so) close (curled)up with heads exposed to the sun.

Notes:
红色:表示听错的
蓝色:表示修改后的
橙色:表示少听的
橄绿色:表示多听的
做了背影标志的:表示该单词以前不认识或者是专业词语

Problems:
One:分不清冠词the a.
Two:对于相同和相似发音的分不清,然后就不结合上下文乱写了一个
Three:时态等不注意,其实即使听不出来,在写下听到的句子是可以根据上下文推断出。
Four:这次更严重了,居然将代词、介词以及冠词的发音胡混了
Five:这篇文章还是有很多单词根本不认识,或者是只是看到熟悉的单词
Six:这次少听的介词、代词、冠词很多

使用道具 举报

Rank: 5Rank: 5

声望
3
寄托币
1224
注册时间
2010-2-28
精华
0
帖子
360
发表于 2010-12-6 16:30:43 |显示全部楼层
继续帖今天的听写情况,虽然还是要是有很多小错误,但不会出现前面几天的成片错误的情况了。

2010-12-06:

Weare going to start today talking about congressional ate(aides),that is, the people who work for our congressional representatives both inWashington and in the representative's (s')local districts.

It's used to be the (that)members of congress had a relatively small stuff ofpeople working for them, and all (the role) of these people werethought to be (wasn't of ) primary important.

Butnow there are thousands of congressional ates (aides),and they'veprofoundly affected the way the whole governmentworks.

Congressionalates (aides)work in two different locations, one in the congressional representative's (s') localoffices, the districts from which they were related (elected),and two in the Washington.

Staffin the local offices help members of congress stain (stay in) touch with citizens in their districts, these citizens can bring problemsin in person, or by mail or phone.

Thispersonal connection between the ates (aides)and local people can be helpful when next election comes around.

Peopleremember the help they get from the office of the (their) local congressionalrepresentative.

Butas you shall know, members in congress haveto spend most of their time in Washington taking care of the (their) legislate (legislative)do this (duties),over six thousands new laws were (are)introduced in congress each section (session).

Withouthelp, representatives would have trouble keeping up with the proposal (proposed)laws that directly affect the (their) districts. So, that's why the congressionalates (aides)play a major role in Washington.

Theykeep the (their)[bus] (bosses)informed by [pengding] (pending)legislation, organize [heris] (hearings), and just keep the(their) local congressionalrepresentatives up-to-date, and informed them (on) what'sgoing on in other parts of congress.

Nowanother thing congressional ates (aides) do to help to develop ideas for laws thatthe [bus] (bosses)can eventually propose to congress.

Thiscan be called the steps (staff’s) [untroprnorio] (entrepreneurial) function,[have been] (a bit) like the businessmen activity (executive) tryingto find out what products is (are) mostpopular.

Congressionalates (aides)promote or courage (encourage) lawsthey think will be popular with the public.

You’ve also get (got)other employees work for the whole congress, not just for individual members. Wewill talk about these people next.

Notes:
红色:表示听错的
蓝色:表示修改后的
橙色:表示少听的
橄绿色:表示多听的
做了背影标志的:表示该单词以前不认识或者是专业词语

Problems:
One:这次的主要问题分不清冠词the
代词their.
Three:时态等不注意,其实即使听不出来,在写下听到的句子是可以根据上下文推断出。
Four:缺词现象严重了,很多小词都听不出来,还有就是缩写词(如’ve)听不出来

使用道具 举报

Rank: 5Rank: 5

声望
3
寄托币
1224
注册时间
2010-2-28
精华
0
帖子
360
发表于 2010-12-7 21:22:04 |显示全部楼层
继续帖今天的听写情况

2010-12-07:


Now using (you’ve been) reading articles about the tremendousdamage done to life and property by earthquakes, that's why seismologists havebeen working so hard to develop methods of earthquake prediction.

We cannot (now) predict earthquakes very(fairly) well,but the predictions only locate potential areas of danger.

It only (Theydon’t) predict the specific time and location at which earthquake islikely to occur.

Today I want to introduce to you three prediction models that are being (have been) developed.

The first prediction model looks along earthquake faults, those cracks in the earth’s crust, to find a longsize of (what are knownas seismic) gaps.

Size of (Seismic)gaps are places where the fault has show (shown) a little long (orno) size of (seismic) activity for a long times.

This theory postulates that such places are do (due) for a major shock.

The second model relies on phenomena, like [grantude](ground tilt).

Using long [selend] (cylindrical)tubes containing water, observers noted that [grantude](ground tilt) tented tooccur before major earthquakes.

That led them to correctly predict the big high[Chan] (Haicheng) earthquakeof 1975, the first successful earthquake prediction scientists have ever made.

A million people were [vercued] (evacuated) for (from) the (that) Chinese city before the earthquake stroke (struck---(strike的过去式和过去分词,其实这里原词是想到strike)).

Unfortunately, this method hasn't workedconsistently, so we can't say its (it’s) being perfected.

The third model is based on the theory that major earthquakes closelyfollow a series [mayaland] (minor ones).

Studying (Starting) withmeasurements and timing of the small (smaller) earthquakes,a complex formula calculates the times and (of) increased probabilityof a much large earthquake.

Right now, this method, likes the first method,cannot predicts the [sefic] (specific) times of(and) places, as (but) that may change as it's for the (further)developed.

For the moment, none of these models can predict with reasonable labels (levels) of confident (confidence).

Notes:
红色:表示听错的
蓝色:表示修改后的
橙色:表示少听的
橄绿色:表示多听的
做了背影标志的:表示该单词以前不认识或者是专业词语

Problems:
One:这次have been很多都混淆了.
Three:时态等不注意,其实即使听不出来,在写下听到的句子是可以根据上下文推断出。
Four:听得可能发音是对的,但是写出来语法错了。如its it’s

Five: 这次根据发音乱写单词的现象很严重,如seismic 写成 size of.

Six: 介词和连词很多都没听出来

使用道具 举报

Rank: 10Rank: 10Rank: 10

声望
1154
寄托币
46971
注册时间
2010-5-25
精华
8
帖子
10599

寄托兑换店纪念章 Pisces双鱼座 满3年在任版主 寄托优秀版主 IBT Zeal IBT Smart IBT Elegance 枫华正茂 枫情万种 一帆枫顺   枫华绝代 US-applicant

发表于 2010-12-7 21:28:40 |显示全部楼层
11# mileschen2008 我觉得60S难度挺大的啊 呵呵 赞你的毅力!

使用道具 举报

Rank: 5Rank: 5

声望
3
寄托币
1224
注册时间
2010-2-28
精华
0
帖子
360
发表于 2010-12-9 08:01:34 |显示全部楼层
昨天因为网络不好,一直发不上来,现在补上。
2010-12-08的听写情况


That's an interesting question, Tom. Women didparticipate in early day's (days) of motion-picture making.

What's (One of) the most outstanding is Luas Web (Lois Weber---人名), she is creditedas the first consistently successful woman film director.

In the early 1900s (1900’s), when she first arrived in Hollywood, Mrs (Ms.) Web made a serious (series) of [experiman] (experimental)for sun (sound)films. Now, this is (was)almost 20 years before modern talkingpictures were developed.

The dialogue for her movies was recorded on phonographic records, andthen synchronize with the action on themovie screen, (---)very innovative for that time.

In addition, Web felt the (that) moviesshould be educational as well as entertaining.

She made several highly controversial movies that dealtwith moral and social issues every (of her) day.

And some of the most controversial work addressed issues of particular interest to women.

Unfortunately, Web died in 1979 (1939), just as Hollywood was beginning to makefilms and (aimed)primarily in (at)male (female)audiences, which brings me to my next point.



Notes:
红色:表示听错的
蓝色:表示修改后的
橙色:表示少听的
橄绿色:表示多听的
做了背影标志的:表示该单词以前不认识或者是专业词语

Problems:
One: 这次是很多他都听出来了,但是写错的,主要是自己以前不知道怎么写,如1900’s Ms.
Three: 介词还容易混淆
Four: the that的发音居然也混淆了
Five: 介词和和冠词的缺词现象很严重

使用道具 举报

Rank: 5Rank: 5

声望
3
寄托币
1224
注册时间
2010-2-28
精华
0
帖子
360
发表于 2010-12-9 22:37:28 |显示全部楼层
2010年12月09日的听写情况,这次的听写结果不太好,呵呵。原因是对材料不了解,而且里面很多单词看着认识,但是听不出来。

While (Well), if there are no more questions, I wouldlike to continue a (our) discussion of human evolution by looking at [homor eractas] (Homoerectus), the earliest evolve (ofour) [anthaest] (ancestors) to (who) stood and bright (upright).

[Homor eractas] (Homoerectus) lived about one and a half million years ago, they (and) were(was) given thatname because, at the time the first fossil was discovered, it represented thefirst [prona] (primate) to stand andbright (upright).

There is evident (evidence) now that [homor eractas](Homo erectus) have(had) sharp (sharper)mental skills and (than) the (their) [predthesis] (predecessors). They constructed the first standardized tool forhunting and [borchring] (butchering).

The created the (an)next [toolnary] (extraordinary) stone implement, a large [till drap] shape (teardrop-shaped)[pandax] (hand ax), whose design and[cinetree] (symmetry)were very (reveal) like (a) king(keen) sensitive (sense) of [spedex] (aesthetics).

This detailing, along with the access (ax’s) utilitarian value,strongly lesson just (suggest) that [homoreractas] (Homo erectus) have (had) the ability to conceive of and execute a design tospecification.

In addition, [humor eractas] (Homoerectus) was the first [tomino] (hominid) to use fire.

This discovery [intass] (enticed)them to cook meat, which the (they) [controvery] (couldflavor) and keep them (from)[spoiling] (spilling) by flame, and which [pealing tologist] (paleontologists) no (now) believe men (may)have given [many] (them) a newdisease.

Some fossil bones of [homor eractas] (Homo erectus)were (are) grossly deformed.

And pairingof [tologists] (paleontologists) havenoted this condition is similar to various thousand(that found in) people today, who have [biggest dose to crack overdose that widing the air] (been exposed to chronic overdoses of vitamin A).

Apparently, [homor eractas] (Homo erectus)first got this disease by eating a largeamounts of animal levels(livers).



Notes:
红色:表示听错的
蓝色:表示修改后的
橙色:表示少听的
橄绿色:表示多听的
做了背影标志的:表示该单词以前不认识或者是专业词语

Problems:
One:这次又出现了最开始听写出现的成片出错的情况,主要是对背景知识不了解,然后很多单词虽然看着认识,但是听力听不出来
Two:时间和单复数等情况这次也很严重的出错
Three:介词还容易混淆
Four:the a/an 的发音居然也混淆了
Five:介词和和冠词的缺词现象还是较严重


使用道具 举报

Rank: 5Rank: 5

声望
3
寄托币
1224
注册时间
2010-2-28
精华
0
帖子
360
发表于 2010-12-11 07:18:55 |显示全部楼层
由于昨天在图书馆,网络较差,进网站很慢。现在补上昨天的。2010-12-11的听写情况:


Yesterday, we talked aboutthe anecdote. Today, we are going to move on to one of the most popular literal (literary)forms in Western literature---the short story.

A short story is a piece of post (prose) fiction, usually under ten thousand words. For those (Although)were it’ssimilar to the anecdote, it's really a simple (separate) literary form.

And you‘llremember the anecdotes (anecdote’s) so (sole) proposed (purpose) is to [handen] ten (entertain),and that it does this by relating a curious and (or)interesting event.

Well, there are also [eventhing] (events in)short stories, but the short story uses the event as something a character we ask (reacts)to. The [radiants] (reader’s)interest is captured by the effective (effect) [difitize] (thathis event has) on the character in story.

We will(are) even like(likely) to reread short stories to that (better) understand the character who's beingportrayed and why a certain event led a certain response or action.

The (A)short story, though,is not just the (a)short novel. And (A)novel is narrative, (---)it tells a detailed story that usually takesplace over a long period of time.

A short story is lesscomprehensive than a novel, and the focus is on the (a) character's mental reaction to an experience, (---) thisreaction is the hardest (heart) to (of) the shortstory.

Now I want you to think that (back to) theshort story you read for homework, and I will give a list of questions to think about.



Notes:
红色:表示听错的
蓝色:表示修改后的
橙色:表示少听的
橄绿色:表示多听的
做了背影标志的:表示该单词以前不认识或者是专业词语

Problems:
One:这次将 a the 混淆得特别多
Two:and or 的混淆很多,特别是表两个词并列的时候
Three:介词还容易混淆
Four:介词和和冠词的缺词现象还是较严重
Five:依然存在一句成片出错的现象



使用道具 举报

RE: 下面是Scientific American-60 second Science的听写情况,大家给点建议 [修改]
您需要登录后才可以回帖 登录 | 立即注册

报offer 祈福 爆照
回顶部 我要纠错