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  雅思听力官方模拟练习听力原文:Section 1

  Transcript

  Narrator:

  Test 1

  You will hear a number of different recordings and you will have to answer questions on

  what you hear. There will be time for you to read the instructions and questions and you

  will have a chance to check your work. All the recordings will be played once only. The

  test is in 4 sections. At the end of the test you will be given 10 minutes to transfer your

  answers to an answer sheet. Now turn to section 1.

  Section 1

  You will hear a conversation between a clerk at the enquiries desk of a transport

  company and a man who is asking for travel information. First you have some time to

  look at questions 1 to 5.

  [20 seconds]

  You will see that there is an example that has been done for you. On this occasion only

  the conversation relating to this will be played first.

  Woman: Good morning, Travel Link. How can I help you?

  Man: Good morning. I live in Bayswater and I’d like to get to Harbour City

  tomorrow before 11am.

  Woman: Well, to get to Bayswater …

  Man: No, no. I live in Bayswater – my destination is Harbour City.

  Woman: Sorry. Right; so that’s Bayswater to Harbour City. Are you planning to

  travel by bus or train?

  Narrator:

  The man wants to go to Harbour City, so Harbour City has been written in the space.

  Now we shall begin. You should answer the questions as you listen because you will not

  hear the recording a second time. Listen carefully and answer questions 1 to 5.

  Woman: Good morning, Travel Link. How can I help you?

  Man: Good morning. I live in Bayswater and I’d like to get to Harbour City

  tomorrow before 11am.

  Woman: Well, to get to Bayswater …

  Man: No, no. I live in Bayswater – my destination is Harbour City.

  Woman: Sorry. Right; so that’s Bayswater to Harbour City. Are you planning to

  travel by bus or train?

  Man: I don’t mind really, whichever option is faster, I suppose.

  Woman: Well, if you catch a railway express, that’ll get you there in under

  an hour … Let’s see – yes, if you can make the 9.30am express, I’d

  recommend you do that.

  Man: Great. Which station does that leave from?

  Woman: Helendale is the nearest train station to you.

  Man: Did you say Helensvale?

  woman: No, Helendale – that’s H-E-L-E-N-D-A-L-E

  Man: What’s the best way to get to the Helendale station then?

  Woman: Well, hang on a minute while I look into that … Now, it seems to me that

  you have two options. Option one would be to take the 706 bus from the

  Bayswater Shopping Centre to Central Street. When you get there, you

  transfer to another bus which will take you to the station. Or, the second

  option, if you don’t mind walking a couple of kilometres, is to go directly

  to Central Street and get straight on the bus going to the train station.

  Man: Okay. Which bus is that?

  Woman: The 792 will take you to the station.

  Man: I guess the walk will be good for me so that might be the better option.

  What time do I catch the 792?

  Woman: There are two buses that should get you to the station on time: one just

  before nine o’clock and one just after. But look, at that time of the

  morning it might be better to take the earlier one just in case there’s a

  traffic jam or something. The 8.55 is probably safer than the 9.05.

  Man: Yeah, I don’t want to the miss the train, so I’ll be sure to get on the five-

  to-nine bus.

  Narrator:

  Before you hear the rest of the conversation, you have some time to look at questions 6

  to 10.

  [20 seconds]

  Now listen and answer questions 6 to 10.

  Man: By the way, how much will I have to pay in fares?

  Woman: Well, you can get a ticket on the bus for $1.80 cash and you’ll need $10

  each way for the train. Wait, do you have a Travel Link Card?

  Man: No, but I can get one before tomorrow.

  Woman: Okay, well that’ll make it considerably cheaper then. The bus will cost

  $1.50 each way, and the train will be – the train to Harbour City will …

  still cost $10.00 because you’ll be travelling during peak hours in the

  morning, so no savings there, I’m afraid. However, if you could come

  back at an off-peak time …

  Man: What does that mean?

  Woman: Well, if you could start your return journey before 5pm or later than half

  past 7 in the evening …

  Man: Actually, I wasn’t planning on coming back till at least 8 o’clock anyway.

  Woman: In that case, you can make quite a saving if you use your Travel Link

  Card. You did say you were planning to purchase one, didn’t you?

  Man: Yes, I’ll pick one up later today.

  Woman: Good – that would mean that your return train journey would only cost

  you $7.15 with your card.

  Man: Thank you.

  Woman: Is there anything else I can help you with?

  Man: Actually, there is. Do you know if I can use the Travel Link Card on

  ferries?

  Woman: If you’re thinking of the Harbour City ferries that go back and forth

  between the north and south bank, those are the commuter ferries, then

  yes. A one-way trip costs $4.50 but with your card you’d make a 20%

  saving and only pay $3.55.

  Man: So, $3.55 for the commuter ferry …What about the tour boats?

  Woman: You mean the tourist ferries that go upriver on sightseeing tours? No –

  they only take cash or credit card. They’re not part of the Travel Link

  Company.

  Man: Oh, I see. I don’t suppose you know the cost of a tour?

  Woman: In actual fact, I do, because I took a friend on the trip upriver just last

  week. We decided on the afternoon tour and that was $35 each but I

  understand that you can do the whole day for $65.

  Man: Thank you. You’ve been a great help.

  Woman: My pleasure. Enjoy your day out.

  Narrator:

  That is the end of section 1. You now have half a minute to check your answers.

  [30 seconds]

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