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    第一部分:聽力理解(Part I Listening Comprehension.本大題共20小題,每小題1,共20分)

    Section A

    Directions: In this section, you will hear 8 short conversations and 2 long conversations. At the end of each conversation, one or more questions will be asked about what was said. Both the conversations and the questions will be spoken only once After each question there will be a pause During the pause, you must read the four choices marked.A), B). C) and D), and decide which is the best answer. Then mark the corresponding letter on the Answer Sheer with a single line through the center.

    Short Conversations

     1.A) She finished her reading two weeks ago.

       B) She finished her reading quickly.

       C) She will write an English novel in two weeks.

       D) She couldn't finish her reading in less than a month.

     2. A) It gets on your nerves if you buy five of them.

       B) It's a very good bargain.       

       C) It's too expensive.

       D) If you buy five, the price is lower.

     3. A) She wants to know when the man will be free.

       B) She will be busy every day this week..       

       C) She will be able to go some time later.

       D) She doesn't want to go to the theater with the man at all.

     4. A) The airplane has already left.

       B) The plane is overdue.

       C) They should take the 9 : 45 flight.

       D) The plane has arrived early at 3 : 39.

     5. A) Vacation plans.                       B) School hours.        

       C) A part-time job.                       D) Weekend plans.

     6. A) She doesn't know its hours.             B) She thinks it closes at 6.

       C) It's open all night on weekdays.          D) It isn't open on weekends.

     7. A) Three dollars.                       B) Fifteen dollars.

       C) Half of' the price.                    D) One third the price. e.

     8.A)Reporters.       B)Students.      C)Typists.       D) Librarians.

    Long Conversation 1

    Questions 9 to 11 are based on the conversation you have just heard.

     9. A) Dresses.                          B) Shoes.

       C) Socks.                           D) Shirts.

    10. A) They were worn out.                B) They were dirty.

       C) They were of a dull color.            D) They were out of style.

    11.A) They were too casual.               B) They were too dressy.      

       C) They were uncomfortable.           D) They were not charming enough.


    Long Conversation 2

    Questions 12 to 14 are based on the conversation you have just heard.

    12.  A) His father was somewhat over protective.

    B) His mother was upset if one of her kids could not spend the weekend at home.     

    C) Both parents had to be away from home very often.

    D) His grandparents might complain if he didn't come back for the holiday.

    13.  A) Two.        B) Three.          C) Four.             D) Five.

    14.  A) Honesty.     B) Generosity.      C) Love.            D) Sincerity.


    Section B

    Directions: In this section, you will hear 2 passages. At the end of each passage, you will hear some questions. Both the passage and the questions will be spoken only once. After you 4 hear a question. you must choose the best answer from the four choices marked A). B), C) and D). Then .mark the corresponding letter on the Answer Sheet with a single line through the center.

    Passage One

    Questions 15 to 17 are based on the passage you have just heard.

    15.  A) Once a month.                      B) Once every 3 months.

        C) Once every 6 months.                D) Once a year.

    16.  A) A cowshed.                        B) A country cottage.

        C) A brick house.                      D) A bungalow.

    17.  A) They often go boating on the lake; ..       

    B)There is a very good market near the place.      

    C) Not many English people go there.

    D) There are a lot of lakes in the region.

    Passage Two

    Questions 18 to 20 are based on the passage you have just heard.

    18.  A) Where the Americans came from. '

    B) The size of the American population.     

    C) Land in United States.

        D) American Indians. Indians.

    19.  A) The English.                  B) The Dutch.

        C) American Indians.               D) Blacks from Africa .

    20.  A) Over 210 million.              B) Less than 200 million.

        C) Around 40 million.              D) 140 million.


    第二部分:詞語用法和語法結構(Part II   Vocabulary and Structure.本大題共30小題,每小題0.5分,共15分。從A/B/C/D四個選項中選出Z佳答案。)

    21. I'm sorry I have made so many mistakes.I wish I __ .

       A) didn't         B) hadn't          C) wouldn't           D) won't

    22. Obviously they didn't see the significance of the plan. That's __ the problem was.

       A) where         B) why           C)/                  D) how

    23. It was__ he arrived home__ he realized that he had left his keys in the office.

       A) until ... that                   B) not until ... had      

       C) until ... had           .        D) not until ... That

    24. He insisted on his name__ in full.

       A) write        B) was written       C) be written          D) being written

    25.  All I can do now is nothing __ .     

       A) but waiting   B) but wait          C) except waiting      D) only to wait

    26.  The reason why they changed their mind__  to us yet.

       A) has not explained                  B) has not been explained      

       C) did not explain                    D) was not explained

    27.  I need one more stamp before my collection

       A) has completed                     B) completes

       C) will be completed                  D) is completed

    28.  The Bunsen Burner is so named because it is thought __ by Robert Bunsen.

       A) to be invented                     B) having been invented     

       C) invented                         D) to have been invented

    29.  The old man__ since he came into the hospital.

       A) has taken good care of              B) has been taken good care of     

       C) has taken good care                D) has been taken good care

    30.  If only you __ him what I said! Everything would have been all right.

       A) do not tell                        B) would not tell     

       C) have not told                     D) had not told

    31.  Under no circumstances__ the party.

       A) we shall cancel                    B) shall we cancel

       C) we cancel                        D) shall not we cancel

    32.  The size of audience,__ we had expected, was well over two thousand.

       A)that          B)who          C)whom         D)as

    33.  Mary changed her dollars for the__ amount of pounds.

       A)likely        B)alike          C)equivalent      D)similar

    34.  It LS highly desirable that a new manager__ for this company.

       A) should appoint                    B) be appointed     

       C) should be appointing               D) appoint

    35.  Compared with last year, our summer crops output has increased__ 10 percent.

       A)by         B)for        C)in       . D)to

    36.  In my mind__ that famous university will be the only way to become a world-class writer.

      A) attending      B) attended          C) attend         D) having attended

    37.  The little girl j umped__ the door to welcome her father.

      A) from         B) behind            C)from behind    D) from on

    38.  He doesn't have enough__ , while his brother is__ in repairing cars.

      A) experiences; experience              B) experiences; experienced     

      C) experience; experience               D) experience; experienced

    39.  Mother told me that she will come back__  maybe in a few weeks.

      A) long ago     B) long before        C) later on         D) before long

    40.  The huntsman caught only a__ of the deer before it ran into the woods.

      A) gaze        B) glare             C) glimpse         D) stare

    41.  Don't__ the news to public until you are asked to.

      A) release      B) show             C) announce       D) expose

    42.  The only thing now standing _ of further progress is lack of money.

      A) on the way   B) in the way         C) by the way     D) off the way

    43.  If we go on consuming energy so wastefully,__ are our oil wells will be dried up before new energy resources can be found to replace oil.

      A) chances     B) opportunities       C) questions      D) problems

    44. __ the opportunity, everyone of us will be a success.

      A) Giving      B) Given            C) Give          D) Gave

    45.  When asked by news reporters, the Prime Minister__ that he would visit France next mouth.

      A) discovered   B) confirmed        C) ascertained     D) inquired

    46.  What will happen to the children if their parents__ some day?

      A) break out    B) break away      C) break up        D) break off

    47.  Under no __ should you leave this city.

      A) conditions   B) circumstances    C) situations       D) environment

    48.  The road was wet this morning. It __ last night.

      A) must be raining                  B) must rain

      C) must have rained                 D) must have been rained

    49. __ I was trying to do is to persuade my brother to give up smoking.

      A) That       B)Now             C) What          D) Which

    50. These results must be accurate, because all the calculations have been done by an __ computer.

      A) electric     B) electronic        C) electrical       D) electricity


    第三部分:閱讀理解(Part I Reading Comprehension.本大題共20小題,每小題1.5分.共30分)


    Passage One

        A lot of kids are getting online these days - sharing data, talking about social issues, meeting adults as well as kids, and learning about other cultures. There seems to be everything on the network. Just like any other form of media, the quality of this massive collection of information is unequal. and there is good information as well as rubbish. Networks hold great promise; however, it's also home to people who mean to hurt others or use their technical knowledge to steal from them. Although many Web pages can teach kids useful things. there arc some other sites waiting to tempt young people who are immature and easily affected.

    By now, you may shake your head. but wait, let's try to put the problem into perspective.Generally, it's safe for kids to use the Internet. The number of sites considered harmful is between l% and 3%. which shows about 4.5 million other sites are interesting and educational. Besides. to stop children from using These services just because crimes are being committed online would be like telling them not to attend college because students may have accidents on campus.

        What can parents do to protect their children from those harmful sites? The simplest solution is the use of programs which block offensive sites. Such programs are set to screen out certain words likely to appear on "unhealthy" sites. But many sites inappropriate to young people are clever at using words with double meanings that may appear harmless. What's more, not only do the programs fail to do the job satisfactorily, they also take away the decisive role of parents in children's education. A child who downloads bad information or pictures can only be corrected by positive family influence. No filtering program is necessary for a child who has learned to say "no" to sites he knows are inappropriate for him.

    Today. when children are exposed to technology at a young age. parents often find themselves lagging behind in computer skills. Surprisingly, this may be the key to your involvement. What is better way to learn about the Internet than to do so alongside your children? They'll most likely pick it Lip more quickly than you do, of course, but you'll have the chance to see. and take pride in, your child at work. You may search for information that interests your child together with him and get to know the "friends' he has online. just as you would get to know his other friends.

        Thoughtful parents would combine supervision with communication. which is the best way to take advantage of the Internet as a resource while protecting their children: Follow their examples and have fun with kids on the Net!

    51.  According to the passage, is it wise 1'or parents to keep their children away from the computer?Why?

         A) No. Because there are also millions of sites which are interesting and educational.

         B) No. Because.their children have the right to use computer.

     C) Yes. Because there are many rubbish sites which may hurt children.      

     D) Yes. Because children may become addicted to computer games.

    52.  In the last two paragraphs, parents are advised to __.

     A) learn about the Internet along with their children     

     B) watch their children while they are at work

     C) search for information for their children    

     D) make friends with their children

    53.  According to the article. the best way to protect children as well as take advantage of the Internet is __.

     A) the use of filtering programs

     B) parents' mastery of computer skills

     C) the combination of supervision and communication     

     D) forbidding them to make friends on the Internet

    54.   Which of the following is closest in meaning to the underlined expression "lagging behind'?

     A) hide behind                    B) run behind      

     C) walk behind                    D) fall behind

    Passage Two

     When you go to university to study for a degree, you have decided to study professionally. rather than as an amateur; so being a student is now your profession for at least the next four years.

     This involves a change of attitude in many ways. Although the process has been going on since you went to middle school, the biggest change is going to take place. Now, instead of taking several subjects, you have chosen one major subject because you find it interesting and worth exploring further. The choice was yours. You also have the goal of getting a degree . The degree and the stages you have to pass through to achieve it give you motivation, even though it may become weak from time to time, and not all parts of the course will be exciting; a sure way to lose interest is to do too little work.It is a law of diminishing returns  - the 1ess work you do, the less interest you will have and the more bored you will become. So. regular work is needed to keep up your interest as well as to keep pace with new work.

     Another change is in the relationship with teachers. This may well have changed during middle school and high school, but now the whole context is different. You are no longer forced to stay in school all day, and apart from your class time, you organize your own time and place for studying. You are there to study (an active process) rather than to be taught (passive). Your teachers may or may not urge you, but they do want you to share their interest in the subject and they want you to Succeed.

    Some activities, like discussing and reading, are basic to studying. Make Sure that you are doing these efficiently.

    Group discussions give you a chance to train yourself to speak and discuss more effectively. They will fail in their purpose if you keep silent - and if you start off this way, the harder it will become to get om of the situation of being the non-speaking member of the group. in the future you are almost certainly going to have to be good at speaking, so get into the way of talking about your subject now. This is actually more fun than sitting being silently miserable because you are not saying anything_ Nobody will think what you say is foolish. Everyone will be thankful not to face awkward silence.


    55.  When does a person start to study professionally?

     A) The time when he starts a profession.     

     B) The time when he goes to university.     

     C) The time when he knows how to study.

     D) The time when he goes to high school.

    56.  Which of the following is not unique to university?

     A) Students have to choose one major subject.        

     B) The goal of study is to get a degree.

     C) Students need to work hard.

     D) Students organize their own time for studying.

    57.  University teachers _

     A) don't care about students' performance

     B) hope students can share their interest in the subject     

     C) force students to stay in school all day

     D) know nothing about their students

    58.  Who does the underlined word "they" refer to?

    A) University teachers.      B) Group discussions.    

    C) University students.      D) The topics of discussions.

    Passage Three

    When I first met Nina, I disliked her at once. She was wearing skin Tight pedal pushers, a flashy. floppy top, and sneakers with no socks - bizarrely inappropriate even at our very informal company. Soon, Nina was doggedly pumping me for information about the new department I was running, where she hoped to get a permanent job. Not a chance. I thought. Not if I have anything to say about it.

    However, I didn't. Within a few days she was 'trying out' for me. I gave her a moderately difficult, uninteresting. and unimportant project that I didn't need for months. It took that long for her successor to put in order the mess she had made out of it. Although I couldn't have prediction exactly what Nina would do. in three minutes I had assessed her as someone who could not be relied on to get a job done.

    We all make quick judgments about strangers. Within seconds after we meet someone. we take in a host of details and draw rather large conclusions from them. We may decide in a minute whether it is someone's nature to be warm or cold, friendly or hostile, anxious or calm. happy or troubled. Unconsciously. we often ask and quickly answer certain questions: Will I enjoy talking to him at this party? Will she make an interesting friend? Will he/she make a good boss / sales manager / secretary for me? If we get to know the person better. we may change our minds. But we may not have the chance.

    From Nina's inappropriate dress and aggressive behavior toward me,I'd decided she was pushy, stupid, and had poor judgment. I also had a lot of vague impressions I couldn't explain. It was as if a warning bell went off in my head. Its message: this person was not To be trusted: her behavior would be unpredictable; she was motivated by a peculiar agenda of her own 1hat I would never understand.        

    I was using a combination of observation. inference and intuition.

    59.  Why did the author dislike Nina?

     A) Because of her badly looking sneakers.

     B) Because of her inappropriate dress and aggressive behavior.     

     C) Because of her special uniform.

     D) Because of her dirty words to the author.

    60.  Why did the author give Nina an "unimportant project" that he "didn't need for months?

     A) Because the author wanted to play trick on her.

     B) Because he had no other job for her to do at the moment.

     C) Because the author believed she was the right person for the job.

     D) Because the author thought she couldn't be relied on to gel a job done.

    61.  According to the passage, which of the following is not true?

     A) People tend to make quick judgment about strangers.

     B) The author's first judgment about Nina was totally wrong.      

     C) Nina behaved rather pushy when she first met the author.       

     D) The author actually disliked Nina at the first sight.

    62.  The author's judgment about Nina was based on               .

     A) a combination of observation, inference and intuition         

     B) a combination of imagination and observation

     C) a combination of observation, intuition and imagination      

     D) a combination of inference, analysis and imagination



    Part 1


      A) Many  universities put forward new reform plans about college entrance     examination. B) Why does Mary treat me as if I     were a stranger?C) Compared with Tom's method in     study, hers is     more effective.D) After many years' efforts,     I finally     have a good command of English.  









    Part 2

      A)The pollution of the environment has given rise to many serious social problems.B) He left very early for fear of     missing the train.C) You are liable to     get sick if you do not do physical exercise often. D) Theories are meaningless unless     they are applied to practice.  

















    第四部分:翻譯Part IV   Translation.本大題共IO小題,每小題2分,共20分

    A節( Section A)英譯漢,5個小題,要求將第三部分閱讀理解材料中出現的五個劃線句子譯成漢語。

    71.  Networks hold great promise; however, it's also home to people who mean to hurt others or use their technical knowledge to steal from them.

    72.  Thoughtful parents would combine supervision with communication, which is the best way to take advantage of the Internet as a resource while protecting their children.

    73.  When you go to university to study for a degree. you have decided to study professionally, rather than as an amateur.

    74. This is actually more fun than sitting being silently miserable because you arc not saying anything.

    75. From Nina's inappropriate dress and aggressive behavior toward me. I'd decided she was pushy,stupid, and had poor judgment.

    B節( Section B)漢譯英,5個小題,要求將下列五個句子譯成漢語。

    76. 暴風雨增加了士兵們營救被火災困住的人們的困難。


    78. 令我們驚訝的是,結果比我們預計的要好得多。

    79. 他的鄰居指責他每天晚上都發出噪音。

    80. 她臉上滿意的表情顯示了她喜歡這個賓館。



    Directions: For this pall. you arc allowed 30 minutes to write a short essay entitled What Should Determine a Student's Grade. You should write at least 120 words following the   outline given below:







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