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Part IDialogue Communication ( 15 % )
Directions: In this section, you will read 15 short incomplete dialogues between two speakers, each fol-lowed by 4 choices marked A, B, C and D. Choose the answer that best suits the situation to complete the dialogue by marking the corresponding letter on the Answer Sheet with a single line through the center.
1. Waiter: Welcome, sir. May I help you?
A. Thank you. I have eaten a lot of food.
B. Yes, please. 1' d like a hamburger and a cup of coffee.
C. Sorry. I don' t need your help, thank you.
D. If you want to help me, I' 11 be glad to accept it,
2. W: How did your interview go?
A. A manager interviewed me.
B. I couldn' t feel better about it ! The questions were very fair, and I seemed to find answers for all of them.
C. I was fully confident that I answered all the questions to the needs of the interviewer.
D. I answered all the questions of the interviewer to his satisfaction. But he may discriminate against me.
3. Speaker A: It' s wonderful to hear that your book has been published.
Speaker B :__________
A. Oh, it' s nothing special,
B. It' s OK.
C. I' m glad to hear you flatter.
D. No. Not a big deal for that.
4. W: How annoying ! I can' t figure out a solution to this problem. Can you help me?
A. Why don' t you do it yourself?
B. OK. Though it' s beyond me, let me try.
C. You shouldn' t feel annoyed. After all, it' s your own problem.
D. Well, I' m afraid I can' t at the moment.
5. Speaker A: I was hoping to get some bread from the bakery before it closes.
Speaker B :__________
A. You' d better be quick. It will close at 7: 00.
B. My watch says 6: 50, I' m afraid you' 11 be late. But don' t be frustrated.
C. I don' t know when it closes.
D. I' ve never been to that bakery.
6. Tom: I see in the paper they' re sending more equipment to space. And we might have to live there someday.
John: __________ ! I' m staying right here !
A. Never I
B. Not me
C. No me
D. None me
7. Goodbye !__________
A. I am looking forward to seeing you again.
B. Take care.
C. It' s such a short time meeting, please do not go.
D. Pay me another visit soon.
8.Speaker A: Would you like another piece of apple pie (苹果派) ?
Speaker B :__________
A. Don' t push me. I' ve hardly eaten on.
B. Come on. I can' t manage it.
C. No kidding. I can' t eat any more.
D. No, thanks. I' m on a diet.
9. Mike: Can I get you a cup of coffee?
A. ! don' t take sugar, thank you.
B. That' s very nice of you.
C. You can, please.
D. Thank you for the coffee.
10. Speaker A: Do you happen to know what' s on after the news?
Speaker B :__________
A. There is no important news after that.
B. I' m not interested in the programs.
C. It' s a documentary about animals.
D. I hope to watch a movie after that.
11. Speaker A: There seems to be something wrong with the air-conditioner in our apartment.
Speaker B :__________
A. I' m awfully sorry for that. I' II see to it right away.
B. I do beg your pardon for the inconvenience.
C. I just don' t know how to apologize for it.
D. It' s not my fault. I feel sorry for it.
12. W: I do hope Peter do well in his studies this semester.
A. Yes. I hope so.
B. Yes. Dear. But I am afraid the school is not nice enough.
C. Neither do I. I don' t think his words would be as good as gold.
D. Yes. Although we believe our son is honest, he may not work hard enough as he says.
13. M: That' s a beautiful dress you have on!
A. Actually, I don' t like it very much.
B. Oh, thank you. I just got it yesterday.
C. Yes, I think so.
D. No, it' s not that beautiful. Yours is better.
14. Speaker A: If you like, I could help you paint (刷油漆) the room tomorrow.
A. You don' t have to give me a hand.
B. That would be too much bother, but thanks anyway.
C. I' m OK. You shouldn' t worry about that.
D. Unfortunately I feel unable to accept your offer.
15. W : The experiment has been completed, hasn' t it?
A. Yes. We need another week to complete it.
B. Yes. It has been completed beautifully.
C. No. It was completed last week.
D. No. I have no idea about it.
Part IReading Comprehension (30 % )
Directions : There are 3 passages in this part. Each passage is followed by some questions or unfin- ished statements. For each of them there are four choices marked A, B, C and D. You should decide on the best choice and mark the corresponding letter on the Answer Sheet with a single line through the center.
Questions 1 to 5 are based on the following passage:
Washington Irving was America' s first man of letters to be known internationally. His works were received enthusiastically both in England and in the United States. He was, in fact, one of the most successful writers of his time in the country, and at the same time winning the admiration of fellow writers like Scott in Britain and Poe and Hawthorne in the United States. ( 76 ) The respect in which he was held partly owing to the man himself, with his warm friendliness, his good sense,his urbanity, his gay spirits, his artistic integrity, his love of both the Old World and the New.
Thackeray described Irving as "a gentleman, who, though himself born in no very high sphere,was most finished, polished, witty; socially the equal of the most refined Europeans. " ( 77 ) In England he was granted an honorary degree from Oxford--an unusual honor for a citizen of a young, uncultured nation--and he received the medal of the Royal Society of Literature. America made him ambassador to Spain.
Irving' s background provides little to explain his literary achievements. A gifted but delicate child, he had little schooling. He studied law, but without zeal, and never did practice seriously.
He was immune to his strict Presbyterian home environment, frequenting both social gatherings and the theater.
1. The main point of the first paragraph is that Washington Irving was__________.
A. America' s first man of letters
B. a writer who had great success both in and outside his own country
C. a man who was able to move from literature to politics
D. a man whose personal charm enabled him to get by with basically inferior work
2. What is implied by the mention of Scott, Poe and Hawthorne?
A. Irving enjoyed great popular admiration.
B. Scott, Poe and Hawthorne were primarily responsible for Irving' s success.
C. Irving' s work was not only popular, but also of high literary quality.
D. More Americans than Britons admired Irving.
3. Which of the following best describes the effect of Irving' s Presbyterian background on his life?
A. It fostered his love for the theater.
B. It developed his skill in business.
C. It prompted his interest in law.
D. It had almost no effect on his life.
4. Which of the following best describes the effect of Irving' s personal qualities on his literary suc-cess?
A. His personal qualities were entirely responsible for his literary success.
B. His personal qualities were primarily responsible for his literary success.
C. His personal qualities had some effects on his literary success.
D. His personal qualities had no effects on his literary success.
5. Why might Irving' s literary ability have been surprising to the English?
A. They feared competition from American writers.
B. They did not expect the United States to produce good writers.
C. They disapproved of the language American writers used.
D. They thought of the United States as a purely commercial power.
Questions 6 to l0 are based on the following passage:
Traditionally, universities have carried out two main activities: research and teaching. Many experts would argue that both these activities play a critical role in serving the community. The fun-damental question, however, is how does the community want or need to be served?
In recent years universities have been coming under increasing pressure from both the govern-ments and the public to ensure that they do not remain "ivory towers (象牙塔)" of study separated from the realities of everyday life. University teachers have been encouraged, and in some cases constrained (强迫), to provide more courses which produce graduates with the technical skills re-quired for the commercial use. (78) If Aristotle wanted to work in a university/in the UK today, he would have a good chance of teaching computer science but would not be so readily employable as
A post-industrial society requires large numbers of computer programmers, engineers, manag-ers and technicians to maintain and develop its economic growth but "man", as the Bible says,“does not live by bread alone. " (79) Apart from requiring medical and social services, which do not directly contribute to economic growth, the society should also value and enjoy literature, mu-sic and the arts. Because they can also promote economic growth. A successful musical play, for instance, can contribute as much to the Gross National Product through tourist dollars as any other
6. The main idea of the first paragraph is that__________.
A. traditional universities do a good job serving the society
B. universities must meet the needs of the society
C. research and teaching are of great importance in universities
D. universities play an important role in our society
7. We can infer from the second paragraph that__________.
A. the society is not satisfied with the present college education
B. the governments interfere too much with college education
C. teacher are forced to do what they don' t like to do
D. teachers dislike teaching commercially useful courses
8. The Aristotle example is used to make the point that__________.
A. universities in the UK have produced too much good for graduates
B. such abstract subjects as philosophy is no longer useful
C. education should serve the social needs
D. it is advisable for today' s philosophers to know computer science
9. According to the passage, literature, music and the arts__________.
A. do not contribute to economic growth at all
B. are less useful to the society because they do not make direct contribution to economic growth
C. are similar to medical and social services in their way of promoting economic growth
D. should develop only when they are good for economic growth
10. The author believes that__________.
A. art is useful only when it is made into a money earner
B. the promotion of economic growth is the only goal of today' s society
C. universities should not provide literature or art courses
D. the society needs both technical skills and arts
Questions 11 to 15 are based on the following passage:
All the useful energy at the surface of the earth comes from the activity of the sun. The sun heats and feeds creatures and mankind. Each year it provides men with two hundred million tons of grain and nearly ten million tons of wood, coal, oil, natural gas, and all other fuels are stored en-ergy from the sun. (80) Some was collected by this season' s plants as carbon compounds. Some was stored by plants and trees ages ago. Even waterpower derives from the sun. Water turned into vapor by the sun fails as rain. It courses down the mountains and is converted to electric power.
Light transmits only the energy that comes from the sun' s outer layer, and much of this energy that is directed towards the earth never arrives. About nine tenths of it is absorbed by the atmosphere of the earth. In fact, the earth itself gets only one half millionth of the sun' s entire output of radiant energy.
11. The sun is the source of all of the following EXCEPT__________.
B. natural gas
C. atomic power
D. animal fat
12. Radiant energy is stored as carbon compounds by__________.
13. The sun' s energy provides us with all EXCEPT__________.
14. The largest part of the light energy directed towards the earth is__________. A. stored up by the plants
B. absorbed by the earth' s atmosphere
C. stored up by the animals in the form of body fat
D. used for electric power
15. Of the sun' s total output of radiant energy, the earth receives__________.
A. one tenth
B. one millionth
C. all that comes from the surface of the sun
D. a very small portion
Part I1Vocabulary and Structure (30 % )
Directions: In this part there are 30 incomplete sentences.For each sentence there are four choices marked A,B, C and D. Choose the ONE answer that best completes the sentence. Then mark the corre-sponding letter on the Answer Sheet with a single line through the center.
16. You can' t hear what I' m saying__________ you stop talking.
A. only if
D. except that
17. He__________working till he was seventy years old.
A. kept up
B. kept on
C. kept to
D. kept out
18. The novel ended happily, and the young couple was married__________.
A. in the final
B. in the end
C. to the last
D. in conclusion
19. One warning was__________ to stop her doing it.
20. It is estimated that the disease__________by polluted water will kill 1 out of every 100 children.
C. to cause
D. will cause
21. He didn't know I was in his office. He was too busy to __________me.
A. pay attention to
22. Will you show me the girl __________name is Jane?
B. who' s
23. The old gentleman never fails to help__________is in need of his help.
24. Mr. Holmes called at many schools __________he lived to ask them to accept his son, but he was refused everywhere for being a black.
B. around where
C. near which
25. My wallet is nowhere to be found. I __________when I was on the bus.
A. must drop it
B. should have dropped it
C. must have dropped it
D. had dropped it
26. I could have done it better if I__________ more time.
A. have had
B. hadC. had had
D. will have had
27.__________, we should be glad.
A. They arrive tomorrow
B. Were they arriving tomorrow
B. They were to arrive tomorrow
D. Were they to arrive tomorrow
28. I knew I could not finish my homework__________.
A. by he had come
B. until he came
C. when he comes
D. before he comes
29. It is not __________that this situation will last very long.
B. the like
30. I__________on seeing the manager. The service in this hotel is terrible.
31. Experienced teachers make __________mistakes than beginners.
C. not many
D. very few
32. I prefer this book__________that one.
A. more than
D. rather than
33. Do you know who __________fire to that Department Store?
34. All life on the earth __________on the sun.
35. I can' t keep __________the teacher who speaks so fast.
B. up with
D. on with
36. What the teacher said had a great __________on his later career.
37. Tom was such a football fan that he never__________a single game in the season.
38. Are you interestedtennis?
A. in playing
B. for playing
C. on playing
D. to play
39. There were 30 students and__________ of them passed the exam.
B. every one
40.__________ the places I' ve been to, I enjoyed the restaurant here the most.
A. From all
B. All of
C. Of all
41. The quality of this kind of computer is__________to that of imported computers.
D. much better
42. I wish I could speak French__________ as John.
A. as good
B. as better
C. as well
D. as best
43. __________speaking, I think writing is rather boring.
44. If you don' t go, I shall not__________.
45. My brother is now working__________ he did last year.
A. much harder than
B. more harder than
C. more than
Part 111Identification ( 10 % )
Directions : Each of the following sentences has four underlined parts marked A, B, C and D. Identify the one that is not correct. Then mark the corresponding letter on the Answer Sheet with a single line through the center.
Directions：There are 20 blanks in the following passage，and for each blank there are 4 choices marked A，B，C and D at the end of the passage．You should choose ONE answer that best fits into the passage．Then mark the corresponding letter On the Answer Sheet with a single line through the center．
When we want to 56 other people what we think，we can do it not only with the help of words，but also in many57ways．For example，we sometimes move our heads58when
we want to say“yes”，and we move our heads59when we want to say“no”．
People who can60 hear 60 speak talk to each other with the help of their fingers．
People who do not understand each other’s language have to do the same．The following story shows61 they sometimes do it．
62English man who could not speak Italian was63 travelling in Italy．One day he entered a restaurant and sat64a table．When the waiter came，the Englishman opened his mouth，65 his fingers into it，66 them out again and moved his lip． In this way he meant to say，“67me something to eat．”The waiter soon brought him68 tea．The Englishman 69 his head and the waiter understood that he didn’t want tea，so he took it 70 and brodght him71coffee．The Englishman was angry．He was just going to leave the restaurant72 another traveller came in．When this man saw the waiter，he 73 his hands on his stom—ach．That was enough．In a74 minutes there was a large plate of bread and meat 75 his table.
56. A. say
57. A. anything
58. A. now and then
B. over and over
C. up and down
D. here and there
59. A. from mouth to mouth
B. from door to door
C. from the masses to the masses
D. from side to side
60. A. not only...but also
B. as well...as
61. A. how
62. A. The
63. A. ever
64. A. in
65. A. laid
66. A. took
67. A. bring
68. A. a piece
B. a packet of
C. a cup of
D. a box of
69. A. shook
70. A. back
71. A. any
72. A. when
73. A. stood
74. A. a few
D. a little
75. A. at
Part VTranslation (20%)
Directions: In this part there are 5 sentences which you should translate into Chinese. These sentences are all taken from the 3 passages you have just read in the part of Reading Comprehension. You can re-fer back to the passages so to identify their meanings in the context.
76. The respect in which he was held partly owing to the man himself, with his warm friendliness,his good sense, his urbanity, his gay spirits, his artistic integrity, his love of both the OldWorld and the New. (Passage 1 )
77. In England he was granted an honorary degree from Oxford--an unusual honor for a citizen of a young, uncultured nation--and he received the medal of the Royal Society of Literature. ( Passage 1 )
78. If Aristotle wanted to work in a university in the UK today, he would have a good chance of teaching computer science but would not be so readily employable as a philosopher. (Passage 2)
79. Apart from requiring medical and social services, which do not directly contribute to economic growth, the society should also value and enjoy literature, music and the arts. (Passage 2)
80. Some was collected by this season' s plants as carbon compounds. Some was stored by plants and trees ages ago. (Passage 3)
Directions: In this part there are 5 sentences in Chinese. You should translate them into English. Be sure to write clearly.
Part VWriting ( 15 % )
Directions: For this part, you are allowed 30 minutes to write a composition on the topic "My Ideal Job". You should write at least 120 words, and base your composition on the outline given in Chinese below :
Part I Dialogue Communication
Part IReading Comprehension
5．B推理判断题。第一段倒数第二句提到a young，uncultured nation是指当时的美国，可见当时的美国在英国人和欧洲人眼中是个年轻而又落后的国家，所以英国人没有料到在美国会出现如此优秀的作家。
PartⅡVocabulary and Structure
16．B本题考查条件状语从句关联词的用法。lest“以免”引导目的状语从句，可以先排除。only if和except that虽然引导条件状语从句，但是必须放置句首。所以只能选A。句意为：你听不见我说什么，除非你停止说话。
17．B本题考查动词短语。keep on doin9“继续”；keep up“保持”；keep to“遵循”；keep out“使在外面”。句意为：他一直工作到70岁。
18．B本题考查固定搭配。in the end“最后”，相当于finally，at last；in conclusion“总之”，一般用于结束语。句意为：这部小说结尾很愉快，这对年轻人最后结婚了。
21．B本题考查动词辨析。notice“注意到”；pay attention to“注意”，是指集中精力注意某事；know“认识”；realize“认识到”。句意为：他不知道我在他的办公室里。他太忙了，以至于没注意到我。
29．D本题考查词义辨析。be likely that…“可能…”；alike“相同的，相似的”；like“喜欢”。句意为：这种情况不可能持续太久。
30．A本题考查固定搭配。insist on“坚持，坚决要求”；persist in“坚持，固执于”；affmn“断言，确认，肯定”；protest against“抗议，反对，对…表示不满”。句意为：我坚持要见经理，因为宾馆的服务太糟了。
33．B本题考查动词短语。set fire“纵火，放火”；catch fire“(自行)着火”。句意为：你知道是谁给那家百货公司放火的吗?
34．A本题考查动词短语。depend on“依靠”；carry on“继续开展，坚持”；keep on“继续”；go on“继续”。句意为：地球上所有的生命都离不开太阳。
35．B本题考查动词短语。keep up with“跟上”；keep up“维持，继续”；keep on with“继续(做某事)”。句意为：我跟不上那位老师，因为他说得太快了。
36．B本题考查固定搭配。have an influence on…“对…有影响”。句意为：老师说的话对他日后的事业有很大的影响。
38．A本题考查固定搭配。be interested in doing sth．“对做…感兴趣”。句意为：你对打网球感兴趣吗?
40．C本题考查不定代词用法辨析。of au是指所有的事物范围之内，一般做状语；all of指一个事物的所有，一般做主语或宾语；all也做主语或宾语；from all“从所有…中”。句意为：所有我去过的地方中，我最喜欢这里的餐馆。
41．B本题考查固定搭配。be inferior t0“次于，劣于”。句意为：这种电脑的质量要次于进口电脑。
46．B搭配错误，应改为understood。make oneself understood“使某人被人理解，使某人的意思被懂”。
48．A引导词错误，应改为whatever。whatever在这引导条件状语从句，相当于no matter what；what没有此用法。
50．A介词用法错误，应改为At the beginning。at the beginning“在开始时”，是固定搭配。
52．B句型错误，应改为returning。remember to do表示“记住要做某事”；remember doing表示“记得做过某事”。这里出现了时间状语last Wednesday，说明retum这个动作已经发生过了，因此用现在分词形式。
53．D主谓一致错误，应改为it is moving。因为主句的主语是passengers，而moving的主语是bus，所以不能省略。
56．C tell sb．sth．“告诉某人某事”。say后面接说的话；speak接语言，如speak English／Chi—nese；talk(with／to)“谈论”。因此答案为C。
58．C up and down“上下地”；now and then“偶尔”；over and over“反复，再三”；here and there“各处，到处”；点头表示“yes”，因此答案为c。
59．D from side to side“从一端到另一端”，这里是说当我们说“不”时，头左右摇晃。
64．B sit at a table是固定搭配，“坐在桌旁”。
65．C put sth．into“把某物放入”。
66．A take sth．out“把某物取出”。
68．C a cup of tea“一杯茶”。
69．A shake one’S head“摇头”。
70．B take sth．away“把某物拿走”。
71．B some coffee“一些咖啡”；little，few都是少得几乎没有的意思，且few修饰可数名词；any．用于否定句。
73．C put sth．on“把…放在上面”。
74．B minutes是可数名词，因此用a few；little和a little修饰不可数名词。
75．D on the table“在桌上”。根据常识，食物是放在桌上。
Part V Translation
81. This philosopher of ancient Greece seemed to be able to put complicated thoughts into simple words.
82. It is said that in some single-parent families children live a miserable life.
83. If you are free, please come to participate our discussion.
84. The police have taken a detailed and comprehensive investigation into the case.
85. If I were headmaster, I surely would reduce the students' learning load.
My Ideal Job
People with different personalities, backgrounds and interests will have different opinions on what an ideal job is. To choose an ideal job and prepare for it is a long way for everybody.
For me, my ideal job position would be in arts management. I' m quite interested in music but I'd like to broaden my perspective a bit. I would like to work in a company concerning arts and having wide room for my development, i envision working in the city, but probably in a city that has lots of green and open spaces. I need to be able to reach the mountains in a couple of hours, so I think that the suburbs of Beijing are suitable. I would like to be professional at work. I believe my colleagues will be dedicated to their jobs and love the musical and artistic world.
Now I am a sophomore majoring in music. I' ve received professional training of music, so I feel confident that after graduation I could manage and work with all of the different instrumental-ists and vocalists.
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