第二题答案出现在新闻最后部分,第一题针对新

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  2018年上半年全国大学英语四六级考试于6月16日进行,新浪教育24小时全程关注,为你带来第一手四六级考试资讯。以下为英语四级听力详解:

  News Report 2

  新闻1:

  2018年上半年全国大学英语四六级考试于6月16日进行,新浪教育24小时全程关注,为你带来第一手四六级考试资讯。以下为英语四级翻译的听力原文及解析:

  2018年上半年全国大学英语四六级考试于6月16日进行,新浪教育24小时全程关注,为你带来第一手四六级考试资讯。以下为英语四级听力详解:

  News 2

  Q3: Fast food turns out isn’t quite as fast as it used to be。 A new study finds that MacDonald posted its slowest drives through times since this survey was first conducted fifteen years ago。 As MacDonald’s, customers were spent on average three minutes and nine seconds from the time they placed their orders until they received their food。 That‘s about ten seconds more than the industry average and a lot slower than a decade ago, according to the study, which was commissioned by QSR, an industry trade publication。 And MacDonalds wasn’t alone in slowing down。 Other chains also saw their drive through performance slowing down。 Q4: Among the reasons for the slower service, today there are more choices on the menu, and the products themselves are more complex and take longer to prepare。 Speed, of course, is essential to the drive through experience, and drive throughs are hugely important to chains such as MacDonalds, Burger King, and Tucle Bell。 Usually, the drive through accounts for sixty to seventy percent of all business that goes through a fast food restaurant, notes Sam Ochers, editor of QSR。 Of course, consumers also want their orders prepare correctly and on that score, Ochers says accuracy is still really high。

  Kelly escaped to managed to save her car after the four-mile road came out of the driving down the high way 。Rattlesnakes are poisonous and threat to the people generally。 But the woman say the rattlesnake terrified her on her ways 。 It has big nails on the way to pick up her friend。 I don’t know when my hands on my steer or not。 But I can guarantee myself。 She said the snake the was first under the seat until she could get out of the high way。 Here he comes, the snake tries to find its road and get out of the car。 Kelly called for help and, Washington control animal office would capture the snake。

  整体解析:本次大学四级听力试题难度中上,大部分题目仍然遵守视听一致原则。新闻考察的内容包括为第一篇响尾蛇(rattlesnake)盘踞在Kelly车里,造成恐慌;第二篇快餐篇(Fast-Food),探讨快餐例如麦当劳(McDonald)和汉堡王(Burger King) “快”服务变慢的原因;第三篇是外太空任务,关键词包括mission、earth orbit(轨道)等。对话包括老话题:聊旅行以及约会。短文内容为工作篇(job market/jobseeker)、学生应多增加校外机会以及跳舞(dance)的乐趣。

  今年6月新闻题整体难度和往年一致,7题3篇新闻共考查2道新闻中心题和5道细节题。

  Fast food turns out isn’t a quite as fast as it used to be。 But new study finds that Macdonalds posted it slowest as drive through time since the survey was first conducted fifteen years ago。 As Macdonalds, customers will spend on average three minutes and nine seconds from the time they place their orders until they received their food。 That’s about ten seconds more than the industry average and a lot slower in a decade ago according to the study which was commissioned by QSR ,an industry trade publication。 And Macdonald wasn’t alone in slowing down。 Other chains also saw their drive through performance slow down。 Among the reasons for the slower service。 Today there are more choices on the menu and products themselves are more complex and take longer to prepare.Speed of course is essential to the drive through experience.And drive throughs are hugely important to chains ,such as Macdonalds, Burger King and Tucle Bell 。Usually,the drive through accouts for 60% to 70% of all business that go through a fast food restaurant ,notes Sam poachers editor of QSR。 Of course, consumers also want their orders prepared correctly and on that score ,poachers says accuracy is still really high。

  Q3: What is the news report mainly about?

  Q1:How did Kelly feel when she first came across the Rattlesnake?

  新闻

  今年新闻听力的第1篇讲了一个女司机在开车时发现响尾蛇在车上的一篇社会新闻;第一题和第二题均为细节题;

  Q3:What is the news report mainly about?

  Q4: What has slowed down MacDonald‘s drive through service?

  Q2:What does the report say about the Rattlesnake?

  News Report 1

  答案句:

  Q4:What has slow down Macdonald’s drive through service?

  [主旨内容]

  新闻2:

  Kelly escaped to managed to save her car after the four-mile road came out of the driving down the high way 。Rattlesnakes are poisonous and threat to the people generally。 But the woman say the rattlesnake terrified her on her ways 。 It has big nails on the way to pick up her friend。 I don’t know when my hands on my steer or not。 But I can guarantee myself。 She said the snake the was first under the seat until she could get out of the high way。 Here he comes, the snake tries to find its road and get out of the car。 Kelly called for help and, Washington control animal office would capture the snake。

  1。 But the woman says the snake she in carried firstly terrified her out of her wits。 She said the snake first slipped back under the seat, and she hoped it would stay there until she was able to get off the highway and stopped。

  解析:

  快餐的上餐速度正在变慢。以麦当劳为例,自从15年前出现麦当劳之后,现在是有史以来上餐速度最慢的时候。现在麦当劳从下订单到拿食物的平均速度是3min9s,比之前多了10s。QSR统计,其他连锁店如汉堡王也是一样上餐速度变慢。因为食物种类更多,制作更复杂,且需要更长的时间去备餐,所以快餐连锁店的上餐速度正在变慢,但是速度和上餐的准确性对快餐店很重要。

  (3)Fast food turns out isn’t quite as fast as it used to be。 A new study finds that MacDonald posts its slowest drives through times since this survey was first inducted fifty years ago。 As MacDonald’s, customers were spent on average three minutes and nine seconds from the time they placed their orders until they were receive their food。 About ten seconds more, they began to straight average and lots slower than the decade ago, according to the study, which was commissioned by QSR, an industry trade publication, and MacDonald wasn’t alone in slowing down。 Other changes also saw their drive through performance slowing down。 (4)Among the reasons for the slower surveys, today there are more choices on the menu, and products themselves are more complex and take longer to prepare。 Speed, of course, is essential to the drive through experience, and drive through are hugely important to chace such as MacDonald, Burger King, and Tucle Bell。 Usually, the drive through accounts for sixty to seventy percent of all business that goes through a fast food restaurant, notes Song Ochers, editor of QSR。 Of course, consumers also want their orders to prepare correctly and on that score, Ochers says accuracy is still really high。

  Q1:How did Kelly feel when she first came across the Rattlesnake?

  2。 She called for help and the Washington DC Animal Control Officers came and capture the snake

  Q3:What is the news report mainly about?

  [参考答案句]

第二题答案出现在新闻最后部分,第一题针对新闻主旨题。  3。 What is news report mainly about?

  Q2:What does the report say about the Rattlesnake?

  第二篇新闻以麦当劳为例,讲了快餐店出餐速度下降的社会新闻。第3题为新闻中心题(mainly about) ,第4题也是细节题。

  解析:问:这篇新闻主要关于什么?主旨大意题,根据新闻特点,我们首先定位到开篇位置。Fast food turns out。。。isn’t a quite as fast as it used to be。快餐业证明发展已经不如以前那么快了。

  1。 Fast food turns out it isn’t quite as fast as it used to be。

  4。 What has slow down MacDonald drive through service?

  解析:

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