2000 年大学英语三级试题及答案 Section B Passage One In order to learn a foreign language thoroughly, four things are necessary . Firstly, we must be able to understand the language when we hear it spoken . Secondly, we must be able to speak it correctly ourselves. Thirdly, we must be able to read the language. And fourthly, we must be able to write it. We must be able to compose sentences that are grammatically correct. We must know how to arrange sentences in paragraphs, so as to write a good letter and composition. There is no easy way to have success in language learning. A good memory is a good help, but it is not enough simply to memorize rules in a grammar book. It is not much use learning by heart long lists of words and their meanings. We must learn words not by themselves, but in sentences. We must learn by using the language. Practice is very important. Questions 11 to 13 are based on the passage you have just heard
  11. What is very important in learning a foreign language?
  12. What is the first step in learning a language?
  13. How should words be learned? Passage Two When quite young, Daniel Webster did not always obey the' rules at school. One day the teacher caught him breaking a rule and asked him to come forward. to be punished, In that school, striking the open hand with a ruler was the punishment. Daniel's hands happened to be very dirty. Before going to the teacher's desk he wiped his hands on his. boots "Give me your hand, sir," demanded the teacher. Daniel put his fight hand out: The teacher looked at it a moment and said, "Daniel,: if you find' another hand' in this schoolroom as dirty as that, I'll let you go." Immediately from behind .Daniel's back came the left hand. "Here it is, sir," he replied. "That will do," said the teacher, laughing.. "You may go." Questions 14 to 16 are based on the passage you have Just heard
  14. Where did this story happen?
  15. Why was Daniel to be punished?
  16. Which of the following best describes. the boy? Passage Three The word "sport" first meant something that people did in their free time. Later it often meant hunting wild animals and birds. About a hundred years ago the word was first used for organized games. This is the usual meaning of the word today. People spend a lot of their time playing football, basketball, tennis and many other sports. Many people play sports because they want to. A few people are paid for the sport they play. These people are called professional sportsmen. They may be sportsmen for only a few years, but during that time the best ones can earn a lot of money. For example, a professional footballer in England earns more than £30000 a year. The stars earn a lot more. International golf and tennis champions can make more than £ 500000 in a year. Of course, only few sportsmen can earn as much money as that. It is only possible in sports for individuals like golf, tennis and motor-racing. Perhaps the most surprising thing about sportsmen and money is this: the stars can earn more money from advertising than from playing
their sports. An advertisement for sports equipment does not simply say "buy our things". It says: "Buy the same shirt and shoes as..." Famous sportsmen can even advertise things like watches and foods. They allow the companies to use their names or photographs and they are paid for this. Sport is no longer just something for people's spare time. Questions 17 to 20 are based on the passage you have just heard.
  17. What did the word "sport" first mean?
  18. How much does a professional footballer in England earn in a year?
  19. In what way can famous sportsmen make more money?
  20. What is the main point of the passage? 2000 年 1 月浙江省大学英语三级考试试卷 Part 1 Listening Comprehension Section A Directions: In this section, you will hear 10 short conversations. At the end of each conversation, a question will be asked about what was said. You will hear the conversation and the question only once. After each question there will be a pause. During the pause, you must read the four choices marked A), B), C) and I)), and decide which is the best answer. Then mark the corresponding letter on the Answer Sheet with a single line through the center. Example ?. You will hear: M ? Is it possible for you to work late, Miss Grey? W ; Work late? I suppose so. if you really think it's necessary. Q: Where do you think this conversation most probably took place? You will read : A) At the office. B) In a waiting room. C ) At the airport. D) In a restaurant. 159 From the conversation we know that the two were talking about some work they have to finish in the evening. This is most likely to have taken place at the office. Therefore, A) "At the office" is the best answer. You should choose answer [A] on the Answer Sheet and mark it with a single line through the center. 0H*T4
  1. A) $
  3. B) $
  3.
  15. C) $
  3.
  5. D) $
  2.
  50. C) In a bank.
  2. A) In a bakery. ?? B) In a restaurant D) On a farm.
  3. A) Sunday. B) Tuesday. C) Wednesday. D) Thursday.
  4. A) Gary's. B) Kate's. C) The man's. D) The woman's.
  5. A) The woman is a fast talker. B) The woman couldn't walk. C) The woman walks too quickly. D) The woman walks slowly. be
  6. A) He fixes bicycles. B) He raises sheep. C ) He plants flowers. D) He repairs watches.
  7. A) Customer and merchant. B) Boss and secretary. C) Teacher and student D) Passenger and bus driver. f ,
  8. A) Yes, he'd like to attend very much. B) Yes, he might attend. C) No, he is not willing to attend.
D)No, he doesn't have the time to attend
  9. A) George Perry isn't home right now B) The caller dialed the wrong number. C) George Perry 'can't come to the phone right now. D) George Perry doesn't want to speak to the caller.
  10. A) The traffic is heavy now. B) There are a lot of traffic lights. C) The road is not smooth. D) It snows heavily. Section B >no Directions: In this section, you will hear 3 short passages. The passages will be read twice. At the end of each passage, you will hear some questions, which will be read only once. After you 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. Questions 11 to 13 are based on the passage you have just heard.
  11. A) A good memory. B) A grammar book C) Practice. D) A dictionary.
  12. A) Reading. B) Speaking. C) Writing. D) Listening.
  13. A) In a dictionary. B) In a textbook. C) In a sentence. D) In a good grammar book. Questions 14 to 16 are based on the passage you have just heard.
  14. A) At home. no B) At school. C) At a church. D) On the street.
  15. A) His hands were dirty. B) He would not go forward. C) He didn't obey the rules. D) He put out his hand.
  16. A) Shy. B) Proud. C) Honest. D) Clever. Questions 17 to 20 are based on the passage you have just heard.
  17. A) It meant hunting animals and birds. B) It meant organized games. C) It meant something for people's spare lime. D) It meant something for advertisements.
  18. A) £30,000 B) £60,000 C) £500,000 D) £700,000
  19. A) By selling watches and food. B) By selling shirts and shoes. C) By selling their fame. D) By selling photographs.
  20. A) Sport as entertainment. B) Sport as a big business. C) Sport as a competition. D) Sport as advertisement. Part II Vocabulary Directions: There are 20 incomplete sentences in this part. 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 corresponding letter on the Answer Sheet with a single line through the center.
  21. Don't get into the bad of smoking or drinking. A) habit B) custom C) hobby D) profession
  22. I like your methods of teaching and shall them in my teaching. A) absorb B) adopt C) acquire D) afford

  23. Feeling tired all the time is a __ __ that you may be sick. A) mark B) sight C) sign D) trace
  24. I take this medicine twice a day; it should my cold. A) care B) cure C) restore D) recover
  25. Music often us of events in the past. A) remembers B) memorizes C) reminds D) reflects
  26. It is well-known that retired workers in our country are __ free medical care. A) entitled to B) involved in C) associated with D) engaged in
  27. The two boys each other in that they both have reddish hair and a round face. A) like B) resemble C) similar to D) refer to
  28. There is not much time left, so I will tell you about it A) in detail B) in brief C) in short D) in all
  29. Large passenger planes often carry weather instruments with which to storm. A) broadcast ' B) predict C) inform D) investigate
  30. How many radios will this factory this year? A) multiply B) measure C) manufacture D) publish
  31. Tom told me that he would have to her invitation to the party. A) avoid B) refuse C) deny D) ignore
  32. Many new will be opened up in the future for those with a university education. A) opportunities B) necessities C) realities D) probabilities ; t;
  33. The rain was heavy and the land was flooded. A) consequently B) continuously C) constantly D) conversely
  34. Children who are over-protected by their parents may become A) hurt B) damaged ([j C] spoiled D) harmed
  35.The police are the road accident that occurred last night. . A) looking up B) looking on C) looking out D) looking into
  36. Important people don't often have much free time as their work almost all their time. A) takes away B) takes over C) takes up D) takes in
  37. Very few scientists with completely new answers to A) come round B) come in C) come up D) come on
  38. The edition of the dictionary is far better than the previous ones. A) late B) last C) lasting D) latest
  39. I have been to try these pills for seasickness. A) advised B) admitted C) recalled D) suggested
  40. We did not send you an invitation, as we took it for you would be coming. A) granted B) sure C) positive D) known Part III Structure Directions; There are 20 incomplete sentences in this part. 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 corresponding letter on the Answer Sheet with a single line through the center.
  41. the 1500's the first Europeans explored the coast of California.
A) It was not until. . . then ; B) It is until. . . that C) It is not until. .. when , D) It was not until... that
  42. The teacher was very strict and requested TV on weekdays. A) not to watch B) did not watch C) not watch D) must not watch
  43. I will not read that book who recommend it. A) no matter B) for C) as D) since
  44. No one lives in the room windows are broken A) its B) which A C) whose D) of those
  45. During our visit to the factory, we all ways of making whisky. A) showed B) were shown C) had shown D) had been shown
  46. Only about one in twelve of the young men and women of this country a college education. A) receives B) is received C) are received D) receive 47 to speak when the audience interrupted him. A) Hardly had he begun B) No sooner had he begun C) Not until he began D) Scarcely did he begin
  48.Mr. Smith be in the bookstore because I saw him in his office a moment ago. A) must not B) cannot C) may not D) need not
  49. The scientist carried out a series of experiments and obtained results. A) satisfied B) satisfying C) satisfy D) satisfaction
  50. Keep in mind; The higher you rise,. A) the higher you fall B) the lower you fall C) you fall higher D) you fall lower
  51. His pay as a bus driver is much higher . . A) in comparison with the pay of a teacher B) than a teacher C) than that of a teacher D) to compare with a teacher
  52.By the time she leaves the stage next month, she sixty years. A) will have performed B) have performed C) will be performing D) will perform
  53.John Smith is not a good worker, for it is the fifth time has been late for work,? A) hasn't he B) isn't he C) isn't it D) hasn't it
  54. I appreciated the opportunity to study abroad two years ago. ! A) having been given B) having given C) to have been given D) to have given
  55. From the tears in Nedra's eyes we realized that something sag) A) must have occurred B) would have occurred C) might be occurring D) should occur
  56.The children wondered why the teacher had them their books. A) to close B) closing C) closed D) close
  57. of ice, the balloon climbed up and flew south. A) To be freed B) Freeing C) To free D) Freed
  58. She never laughed, lose her temper.
A) or she ever did B) nor did she ever C) or did she ever D) nor she ever did
  59. Mrs. Brown is said for Italy last week. A) to have left B) to be leaving C) to leave D) to have been left
  60. When London number from abroad, you should dial 1, not
  01. A) are telephoning B) telephone C) telephoning D) to telephone Part IV Reading Comprehension Directions; There are 3 passages in this part. Each passage is followed by some questions or unfinished 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 61 to 65 are based on the following passage: As supplier of most of the food we eat and of raw material for many industrial processes, agriculture is clea
 

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