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2011年12月英语四级听力passage1原文(昂立版)

发布时间:2011-12-19 10:18:27来源:河南一百度

2011年12月大学英语四级考试已结束,河南一百度教育频道第一时间收集整理试题及参考答案,供考生参考,以下为昂立版四级听力passage1原文。

AC(简称),an American artist was giving aspeech on art of Japanese brush painting, to the audience included visitorsfrom Japan. She was confused to see that many of her Japan listeners have their eyesclosed. Where they turned off because the Americans have the nerve to instructJapanese in their own art form. While they deliberately tried to say they areno rejection to her. AC later found out that her listeners were not beingdisrespectful. Japanese listeners close their eyes to enhance concentration.Her listeners were showing their respect for her by chewing on her words.Someday you may be either a speaker or listener, in the situation involvingpeople from other countries or member from minority group. In North American,learning how different culture signal respect can help you avoidmisunderstandings. Here are some examples: in the deaf culture of America, manyaudience show their applause not by clapping their hands, but by waving them inthe air. In some cultures, both overseas and some minority groups of NorthAmericans listeners are considered disrespectful if they look directly at thespeaker. Respect shown by looking in general direction, but avoiding direct eyecontact. In some countries, whistling by listeners is a sign of approval, whilein other countries, it is a form. of insult。

 

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