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2019年英語專業四級聽力真題 對話2

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Conversation Two

對話二
Questions 6 to 10 are based on Conversation Two.
請根據對話二回答6-10小題。

M: Welcome to our weekly program. Well, if you want to get a raise at work, but you just don't know how to ask, our next guest has some helpful tips on how to raise your pay by helping you negotiate with the boss. Here's Janet Smith, senior director from DOS Executive Search Firm in San Diego. Hi, Janet. How do we get a raise?

男:歡迎來到我們每周的節目。如果你想在工作中加薪,但又不知道如何開口,我們的下一位嘉賓給出了一些有用的建議,教你學會如何與老板談判來加薪。這是珍妮特·史密斯,她是來自圣地亞哥DOS高管獵頭公司的高級主管。嗨,珍妮特。我們怎樣才能加薪呢?
W: Well, we found in our report that there are really four things that you could do. The first step was making sure your boss knew what you are up to. He can't see everything. And you have to make sure he knows you're here contributing to the bottom line.
女:嗯,我們在報告中發現,實際上有四件事你可以做。首先就是確保你的老板知道你在做什么。他不能看得到所有。所以你必須確保他知道你在這里為公司最終效益做出了貢獻。
M: Well, that could be bragging, though. So, you have to shamelessly promote yourself then.
男:好吧。盡管這可能是在自夸。所以,那時你必須厚著臉皮地推銷自己。
W: Maybe not shame-free, you don't want to be rude. But every now and again, if you did something that's really noteworthy, let them know, or to get praised from somebody else.
女:或許不是無臉無皮,你不想顯得很粗魯。但時不時地,當你做了真正有價值的事時,讓他們知道,或者讓其他人稱贊你。
M: So, should you just put together a list of things you've done and hand it to your boss?
男:所以,你應該把你做過的事情列一張清單交給你的老板嗎?
W: It doesn't work, because the boss generally has the data to check up on you. So, the second point is don't overstate, because if you lie, you are really going to lose a lot of credibility on the things that you actually did do well.
女:這沒有用的,因為老板通常有數據來監督你。所以,第二點,不要夸大其詞,因為如果你說謊了,你真的會失去很多關于你實際上做得很好的事情的可信度。
M: Right. Definitely.
男:對。絕對是的。
W: OK. So, what you want to do is to point out some of the things that you've done, but be honest about it, and only take credit where credit is due.
女:好的,所以你要做的就是指出你做過的一些事情,但是要誠實,只把功勞歸于應得的地方。
M: That's correct.
男:沒錯。
W: And third, you may think ahead.
女:第三,你可以事先考慮。
M: What do you mean by that?
男:這是什么意思?
W: A lot of people forget the things that they've done that are good, so one of the things that we found was that it was really helpful if you kept a diary of the things that you've done that work extraordinary. And then come with review time, you're prepared, and you really should be preparing about, you know, three months in advance to win your performance tributes.
女:很多人都會忘記自己的優秀表現,所以我們發現,如果你把自己做過的杰出的事情記在日記里,真的很有幫助。然后是復習時間,你已經準備好了,你真的應該提前三個月準備,來贏得對你日常表現得最好展現。
M: That's a good idea. All right, then what's the last point?
男:這是個好主意。好,那么最后一點是什么呢?
W: The last point is to go online. You can research competitive wages for your, particular job at either salary.com, salary expert.com or bls.gov. So that's some of my advice. And hopefully people will check it out.
女:最后一點是上網。你可以在salary.com、salary expert.com或bls.gov上搜索你的、特定工作的競爭性薪資。以上就是我的一些建議。希望大家可以留意一下。
M: Yeah, I think I want to go see my boss.
男:是的,我想我要去見我的老板。
W: Yes, you can, but get prepared.
女:是的,你可以,但是要做好準備。
M: OK. Janet, thank you for joining us. We appreciate it.
男:好的。珍妮特,謝謝你來我們的節目。非常感謝。
W: Thank you very much.
女:謝謝你。

Questions 6 to 10 are based on Conversation Two.

請根據對話二回答6-10小題。
Question 6. Who is Janet Smith?
問題6.珍妮特·史密斯是誰?
Question 7. What is the first tip from Janet?
問題7.珍妮特給的第一個建議是什么?
Question 8. Why is it a bad idea to overstate what you have done?
問題8.為什么夸大自己所做的事情不是一個好主意?
Question 9. Why should we think ahead according to Janet?
問題9.珍妮特認為我們為什么要超前思考?
Question 10. Where can we check competitive wages?
問題10.我們在哪里可以查到競爭性薪資?

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overstate ['əuvə'steit]

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v. 夸大的敘述,夸張

 
conversation [.kɔnvə'seiʃən]

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n. 會話,談話

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performance [pə'fɔ:məns]

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n. 表演,表現; 履行,實行
n. 性能,本

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extraordinary [iks'trɔ:dnri]

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adj. 非凡的,特別的,特派的

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rude [ru:d]

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adj. 粗魯的,無禮的
adj. 粗糙

 
competitive [kəm'petitiv]

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adj. 競爭的,比賽的

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executive [ig'zekjutiv]

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adj. 行政的,決策的,經營的,[計算機]執行指令

 
director [di'rektə, dai'rektə]

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n. 董事,經理,主管,指導者,導演

 
appreciate [ə'pri:ʃieit]

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vt. 欣賞,感激,賞識
vt. 領會,充分意

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shamelessly

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adv. 不知羞恥地;厚著臉皮地

 
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