参考答案(宝山) 1?5 CBABA 6?10 AADBA 11?13 BAC 14?16 CAA
  17. change
  18. two
  19. later
  20. schedule
  21. Lectures/He gives lectures
  22. Strict/Traditional
  23. Relaxing
  24. Robinson's class 25?29 CDDBC 30?34 BABBD 35?40 BACACC
  41. F
  42. D
  43. G
  44. H
  45. B
  46. J
  47. C
  48. E
  49. A 50?54 ACACD 55?59 BCDCC 60?64 BCDBB 65?68 ACCD 69?71 DDB 72?75 BDCD 76?80 AFDBE
  81. Parents are often upset and annoyed.
  82. As long as they admit their wrong doings.
  83. Children's belief in their parents' character and correctness.
  84. retreating behind an unreasoning authoritarian attitude.
  85. Success brings not only happiness but also experience to you.
  86. In most cases/situations, praise is more effective than blame/criticism/reproach.
  87. A red traffic light means stop while a green light(one) means go.
  88. Time passes quickly when you are absorbed in reading a good book.
  89. Whatever great difficulties we meet, we will help each other through the struggles and challenges.
I. Listening Comprehension
Section A Directions: In Section A, you will hear ten short conversations between two speakers. At the end of each conversation, a question will be asked about what was said. The conversations and the questions will be spoken only once. After you hear a conversation and the question about it, read the four possible answers on your paper, and decide which one is the best answer to the question you have heard.
  1. W: When does the next train leave? M: You've just missed one by 5 minutes. Trains leave every 50 minutes, so you'll wait a while. Q: How long does the woman have to wait for the next train?
  2. W: Good morning. Dr. Anderson's office. May I help you? M: I'd like to make an appointment to have my teeth examined. Q: What is Mr. Anderson?
  3. W: You seem very confident about the job interview, don't you? M: Yes, I feel ready for it. I bought a good suit and I had my hair cut. I had studied almost everything about finance and economics. Q: Where is the man probably going to work?
  4. W: Do you walk to work every day? M: No, it's too far to walk. There is a bus going right by my house. But when it rains or when the bus is crowded, I do wish I had a car. Q: How does the man usually go to work?

  5. W: Don't you think his talk was boring? M: No, not at all. He gave us plenty of facts. Q: What does the man think of the talk?
  6. W: Barbara sure likes to talk on the phone. M: If only she liked her classes as well! Q: What does the man imply about Barbara?
  7. W: I can't get the answer to this problem! I've been working on it for three hours. M: Maybe you should stop for a rest and try it again later. Q: What does the man suggest the woman do?
  8. W: Airports are sad places. M: Sometimes, I guess. But we'll keep in touch. And I will fly over to see you on Christmas Eve. Q: What are the speakers doing?
  9. W: It's much better to wait until tomorrow. Don't you agree? M: Yes. I couldn't agree more. Q: What does the man mean?
  10. W: Are you going to get ready for an oral final? M: Mr. Wang said we should study alone, but Mr. Li advised us to get into a study group and quiz each other. Q: What did Mr. Li suggest the students do? Section B Directions: In Section B, you will hear two short passages, and you will be asked three questions on each of the passages. The passages will be read twice, but the questions will be spoken only once. When you hear a question, read the four possible answers on your paper and decide which one would be the best answer to the question you have heard. Questions 11 through 13 are based on the following passage. How do you meet new people, make new friends, or find out about the latest bands? Here in the UK young people have traditionally done these things in bars, pubs and clubs. However, there is a new generation growing up that finds it easier to manage their social lives on the net, using free websites like MySpace, Bebo or MSN Spaces. Welcome to the social networking website?a place where you can present yourself to the digital community and meet other like-minded people. The most successful social networking website in the UK is MySpace.com. As of July 2009, My Space is the world's fourth most popular English-language website, attracting almost 3 million visitors per month. So how has it become so successful? ?uploading photos, videos and MP3files. Then they describe themselves, listing their likes , dislikes, favourite bands, etc. It's an easy way to know people who share your interests. It seems that many people do not feel comfortable giving out their phone number or personal e-mail address to new acquaintances but are perfectly happy to trade MySpace profiles.
  11. Where did young people in the UK traditionally meet new people and make new friends?
  12. Which is the most successful social networking website in the UK?
  13. Why are these free websites so successful? Questions 14 through 16 are based on the following report. It's ten o'clock, time for Australia Educational News in brief. Sydney 370 primary school students participated in a clean-up event yesterday. The event aims to help maintain litter control within the National Forest Park. Students are interested in environment issues. Gold Coast High School students hold a painting exhibition at the Gold Coast. The exhibition reflects the high achievement levels of students studying watercolor painting at different schools. Brisbane Queensland schools have moved one step closer to being linked to the global education community through the World Wide Web. State Education Minister Mr. Bob Quinn says that the new website offers endless professional development opportunities for both students and teachers. Again Brisbane 6,000 school cleaners gathered in front of the town hall to object to the government's decision. The government reached a decision last month to let private companies take over the schools' cleaning. Questions:
  14. What can be learned about Sydney from the news?
  15. What do students and teachers benefit from the World Wide Web?
  16. Why did the school cleaners gather in front of the town hall? Section C Directions: In Section C, you will hear two longer conversations. The conversations will be read twice. After you hear each conversation, you are required to fill in the numbered blanks with the information you have heard. Write your answers on your answer sheet. Blanks 17 through 20 are based on the following conversation. W: May I help you? M: Yes. My name is Bob Stephens and I have an appointment with Dr. Benjamin at three o'clock on Wednesday. W: Three o'clock on Wednesday? Yes. I see it here on his calendar. M: Well, I was wondering whether he had an earlier appointment available on the same day. W: I'm sorry, Mr. Stephens, but Dr. Benjamin is tied up in a meeting until noon, and he has two appointments scheduled before yours when he gets back from lunch.. M: Oh. W: There is a later appointment time open though, at four-thirty, if that would help you. Or you could see him on Thursday morning at ten. M: Hmmm. No, thank you. I think I'll just rearrange my own schedule so I can keep my regular appointment. Complete the form. Write ONE WORD for each answer. Blanks 21 through 24 are based on the following conversation. W: Who is going to teach the course?
M: Actually, I have a choice between Dr. Perkins and Dr. Robinson. Do you know anything about them? W: Sure. I've taken classes with both of them. M: So what do you think? W: They are both good in their own way. But it depends on how you learn, because they approach the class from two entirely different points of view. M: I've heard that Robinson is very strict. W: You could say that. I'd call it traditional. He gives lectures every day, quizzes every week, leading up to a comprehensive final exam as I recall. M: How about Perkins? W: More relaxing. Uses group discussion and projects instead of quizzes. And I'm pretty sure his final exam is a short essay. M: Which one would you advise me to take? W: I really can't say. If you like to listen to lectures and take notes, and if you do well on objective tests, I'd say Robinson. But if you enjoy working in groups, and you do better on essay exams, then I'd recommend Perkins. M: Thanks. That was helpful. I think I'll sign up for Robinson's class. Complete the form. Write NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS for each answer.



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