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试卷一
Part I Listening Comprehension (20 minutes)
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. Both the conversation and the question 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 Sheet with a single line through the centre. Example: You will hear: You will read: A) 2 hours. B) 3 hours. C) 4 hours. D) 5 hours. From the conversation we know that the two are talking about some work they will start at 9 clock in the morning and have to finish by 2 in the afternoon. Therefore, D) "5 hours" is the correct answer. You should choose [D] on the Answer Sheet and mark it with a single line through the centre. Sample Answer [A] [B [C] [D]
  1.A) He will tell Mary how to operate the dishwasher. B) He will wash the dishes himself instead. C) He will help Bill to translate the manual. D) He himself will operate the dishwasher.
  2. A) Lose weight C) Weigh himself frequently. B) Quit smoking. D) Have a talk with the doctor.
  3.A) The woman should have complained to her neighbor. B) The woman should stay out until the neighbors are quiet. C) The woman should have stayed at the library. D) The lab will be a better place for reading.
  4. A)Check the figures later today. C) Bring a calculator tomorrow. B) Do the calculations again tomorrow. D) Calculate the number right now.
  5.A) She doesn't remember much about the city. B) She's never been to the city. C) She would find someone else to help. D) She would talk to the man later.
  6.A) She thinks the man should have helped earlier. B) She doesn't need the man's help. 点点论坛: 点点论坛:http://www.diandian.net/bbs
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C) She doesn't know the boxes are heavy. D) She wants the man to help with the boxes.
  7.A) She let the man use her books for the weekend. B) She brought the books the man asked for. C) She borrowed the books from the man. D) She offered to help the man.
  8.A) She'd like to have the windows open. C) The air is heavily polluted. B) She likes to have the air conditioner on. D) The windows are already open.
  9.A) He's going to visit a photo studio. C) He's on the way to the theater. B) He's just had his picture taken. D) He's just returned from a job interview.
  10.A) At a gas station. C) In an emergency room. B) In a park. D) At a garage. Section B Directions: In this section, you will hear 3 short 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 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 centre. Passage One Questions 11 to 13 are based on the passage you have just heard.
  11. A) One sixth of them are seriously polluted. B) One third of them are seriously polluted. C) Half of them are seriously polluted. D) Most of them are seriously polluted.
  12. A) There was no garbage left to clean up. B) There was more garbage than before and they had to work harder. C) The river had become so clean that a lot of water-birds came back. D) The river was much cleaner and they had to search for garbage.
  13.A) Most of them would be indifferent and keep on throwing garbage into the river. B) They would join the students in changing the situation. C) They would become more aware of the pollution problem. D) They would think twice before they went swimming or fishing in the river. Passage Two Questions 14 to 17 are based on the passage you have just heard.
  14. A) Why people hold back their tears. C) How to restrain one's tears. B) Why people cry. D) How tears are produced.
  15. A) What chemicals tears are composed of. B) Whether crying really helps us feel better. C) Why some people tend to cry more often than others. D) How tears help people cope with emotional problems.
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B) Of four boys, only one cries very often. C) Girls cry four times as often as boys. D) Only one out of four babies doesn't cry often.
  17. A) Only humans respond to emotions by shedding tears. B) Only humans shed tears to get rid of irritating stuff in their eyes. C) Only human tears can resist the invading bacteria. D) Only human tears can discharge certain chemicals. Passage Three Questions 18 to 20 are based on the passage you have just heard.
  18. A) They make decisions by tossing coins. C) They think exactly the same way. B) They are not physically separated. D) They share most of their vital organs.
  19. A) Few of them can live long. B) Few of them get along well with each other. C) Most of them live a normal life. D) Most of them differ in their likes and dislikes.
  20. A) They go to a regular school. C) They are taught by their parents. B) They attend a special school. D) They have a private tutor.
Part II
1037 ading Comprehension
(35 minutes)
Directions: There are 4 passages in this part Each passage is followed by some questions or finished 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 centre. Passage One Questions 21 to 25 are based on the following passage. Our culture has caused most Americans to assume not only that our language is universal but that the gestures we use are understood by everyone. We do not realize that waving good-bye is the way to summon a person from the Philippines to one's side, or that in Italy and some Latin-American countries, curling the finger to oneself is a sign of farewell. Those private citizens who sent packages to our troops occupying Germany after World War II and marked them GIFT to escape duty payments did not bother to find out that "Gift" means poison in German. Moreover, we like to think of ourselves as friendly, yet we prefer to be at least 3 feet or an arm's length away from others. Latins and Middle Easterners like to come closer and touch, which makes Americans uncomfortable. Our linguistic (语言上的) and cultural blindness and the casualness with which we take notice of the developed tastes, gestures, customs and languages of other countries, are losing us friends, business and respect in the world. Even here in the United States, we make few concessions to the needs of foreign visitors. There are no information signs in four languages on our public buildings or monuments; we do not have multilingual (多语言的)guided tours. Very few restaurant menus have translations, and 点点论坛: 点点论坛:http://www.diandian.net/bbs
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multilingual waiters, bank clerks and policemen are rare. Our transportation systems have maps in English only and often we ourselves have difficulty understanding them. When we go abroad, we tend to cluster in hotels and restaurants where English is spoken. Then attitudes and information we pick up are conditioned by those natives ? usually the richer ? who speak English. Our business dealings, as well as the nation's diplomacy, are conducted through interpreters. For many years, America and Americans could get by with cultural blindness and linguistic ignorance. After all, America was the most powerful country of the free world, the distributor of needed funds and goods. But all that is past. American dollars no longer buy all good things, and we are slowly beginning to realize that our proper role in the world is changing. A 1979 Harris poll reported that 55 percent of Americans want this country to play a more significant role in world affairs; we want to have a hand in the important decisions of the next century, even though it may not always be the upper hand.
  21.It can be inferred that Americans being approached too closely by Middle Easterners would most probably . A) stand still C) step forward B) jump aside D) draw back
  22.The author gives many examples to criticize Americans for their . A) cultural self-centeredness C) indifference towards foreign visitors B) casual manners D) arrogance towards other cultures
  23.In countries other than their own most Americans . A) are isolated by the local people B) are not well informed due to the language barrier C) tend to get along well with the natives D) need interpreters in hotels and restaurants
  24.According to the author, Americans' cultural blindness and linguistic ignorance will . A) affect their image in the new era B) cut themselves off from the outside world C) limit their role in world affairs D) weaken the position of the US dollar
  25.The author's intention in writing this article is to make Americans realize that . A) it is dangerous to ignore their foreign friends B) it is important to maintain their leading role in world affairs C) it is necessary to use several languages in public places D) it is time to get acquainted with other cultures Passage Two Questions 26 to 30 are based on the following passage. In department stores and closets all over the world, they are waiting. Their outward 点点论坛: 点点论坛:http://www.diandian.net/bbs
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appearance seems rather appealing because they come in a variety of styles, textures, and colors. But they are ultimately the biggest deception that exists in the fashion industry today. what are they? They are high heels ? a woman's worst enemy (whether she knows it or not). High heel shoes are the downfall of modern society. Fashion myths have led women to believe that they are more beautiful or sophisticated for wearing heels, but in reality, heels succeed in posing short as well as long term hardships. Women should fight the high heel industry by refusing to use or purchase them in order to save the world from unnecessary physical and psychological suffering. For the sake of fairness, it must be noted that there is a positive side to high heels. First, heels are excellent for aerating (使通气)lawns. Anyone who has ever worn heels on grass knows what I am talking about. A simple trip around the yard in a pair of those babies eliminates all need to call for a lawn care specialist, and provides the perfect-sized holes to give any lawn oxygen without all those messy chunks of dirt lying around. Second, heels are quite functional for defense against oncoming enemies, who can easily be scared away by threatening them with a pair of these sharp, deadly fashion accessories. Regardless of such practical uses for heels, the fact remains that wearing high heels is harmful to one's physical health. Talk to any podiatrist (足病医生), and you will hear that the majority of their business comes from high-heel-wearing women. High heels are known to cause problems such as deformed feet and torn toenails. The risk of severe back problems and twisted or broken ankles is three times higher for a high heel wearer than for a flat shoe wearer. Wearing heels also creates the threat of getting a heel caught in a sidewalk crack or a sewer-grate (阴沟栅) and being thrown to the ground?possibly breaking a nose, back, or neck. And of course, after wearing heels for a day, any woman knows she can look forward to a night of pain as she tries to comfort her swollen, aching feet.
  26. What makes women blind to the deceptive nature of high heels? A) The multi-functional use of high heels. B) Their attempt to show off their status. C) The rich variety of high heel styles. D) Their wish to improve their appearance.
  27.The author's presentation of the positive side of high heels is meant . A) to be ironic C)to be fair to the fashion industry B) to poke fun at women D) to make his point convincing
  28.The author uses the expression "those babies" (Line 3, Para.
  2) to refer to high heels . A) to show their fragile characteristics C) to show women's affection for them B) to indicate their feminine features D) to emphasize their small size
  29.The author's chief argument against high heels is that . A) they pose a threat to lawns B) they are injurious to women's health C) they don't necessarily make women beautiful D) they are ineffective as a weapon of defense
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A) see through the very nature of fashion myths B) boycott the products of the fashion industry C) go
 

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