For Question 6-10, you will hear a talk by a well-known U.S. journalist. While you listen, complete the sentences and answer the questions. Use not more than 3 words for each answer. You will hear the recording twice. You now have 25 seconds to read the sentences and questions below. (5 points)
Besides reporters, who else were camped out for days outside the speaker’s home?6.
One reporter got to the speakers apartment pretending to pay7.
The speaker believed the reporter wanted a picture of her looking8.
Where a correction to a false story is usually placed?9.
According to the speaker, the press will lose readers unless the editors and the news directors10.
W: When I was getting divorced in 1975,reporters and cameramen were camped out for days in the lobby and on the sidewalk outside. They came from all over the country. Foreign reporters too. It was terrible. My neighbors could barely get in and out of the building. One reporter, who had been a friend of mine, got up to my apartment after persuading the doorman into believing that he was there on a personal visit. I wouldn’t let him in .He just wanted to talk, he said. I was certain that he had a camera and wanted a picture of me looking depressed. I just couldn’t believe this attempt to invade my privacy. TV is the worst. TV reporters present themselves as shavings the perfect right to be anywhere, to ask any question. It doesn’t matter how personal the matter may be. People don’t trust the press the way they used to. In most cases, stories are sensationalized in groups to attract more public attention. Some papers print things that simply are not true. In many papers, if a correction has to be made, it is usually buried among advertisements. I have received hundreds of letters from people asking me how do you know what is true in the press these days. I find it difficult to respond sometimes. I tell them that there are good newspapers and serious, responsible and honest reporters. Don’t judge all of us by the standards of the bad ones. Unless the guys at the top—the editors and the news directors-take firm action, pretty soon no one is going to believe anything they read in the papers of see on television news.
M: You now have 50 seconds to check your answers to Questions 6-10.
6.答案来自When I was getting divorced in 1975,reporters and cameramen were camped out for days in the lobby and on the sidewalk outside. cameramen/camera men此题考察考生对具体信息的掌握和单词记忆和掌握。答案来自在文章的开头，是听力考试中反复出现的出题点。同时考生应注意单复数拼写。
7.答案来自One reporter, who had been a friend of mine, got up to my apartment after persuading the doorman into believing that he was there on a personal visit.此题考察考生对具体信息的掌握。应抓住关键词“pretending to pay”等词，同时考察考生对短语pay a visit to的掌握。同时考生应注意题目要求可以填入不多于三个词。
8.答案来自I was certain that he had a camera and wanted a picture of me looking depressed.此题考察考生对具体信息的掌握和单词拼写掌握。注意depressed的拼法。同时考生应注意depressed和depressing的过去分词和现在分词的区别。
9.答案来自It is usually buried among advertisements.
10.答案来自Unless the guys at the top -the editors and the news directors-take firm action, pretty soon no one is going to believe anything they read in the papers of see on television news. 此题考察考生对具体信息的掌握。此题由于句子比较长又比较复杂因此难度比较大，但考生不要害怕，越是难句往往答案越简单，此处只要听懂全文就很容易写出答案。